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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 19 March 1897

c RAILWAY TIME-TABLES. TEXAS AND PACIFIC. No. 34, Eastbound Cannon Ball leaves. 9:08 a m No. 32, Eastbound Express leaves 3:16 p m No. 31, Westbound Express leaves 12:42 pm No. 33, Westbound Cannon Ball leaves 6:49 p m 8ANTA FE. Leaves. 9:25 am Arrives 11:55 a m Leaves 4:00 pm Arrive* 5:50 p m The electric lights continue to give entire satisfaction. The force is now busy wiring and connect- ing residences. Don't forget the millinery opening at J. L. Ware's next Thursday, March 25th. S3 1 s 2fC 91 Miss Emi Waltermire went to Dallas last Saturday and will re- main there some time under treat- ment of Dr. Leake. Shelled Corn. Ear Corn Med Oats. Sacked Bran. Black-Land Hay. Alfalfa, Sorghum, Millet Fresh Garden and Field |^y; Arriving. ' quality Candied Cherries and Pine Apple, the finest thing on the market, at Dowlen, Ballinger & Co's. Mr. F. T. Hockaday's herd of Jerseys was augmented Monday by a very fine and valu- able cow purchased at Marshall. For Sale.—A big lot of good cor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 19 March 1897

VICTORY FOB HcklfUET. 1 strict quietness that you might have ! The reason why Major McKinley is the nnanimous choice of the people is because they believe that his views on tariff, money and government are correct. The reason why D«\ Sawyer's Family Cure is tha unanimous choice of the people is because U makes the weak strong and vigorous ion City, fU. ELDER J. M. HAUGHEY. For a period of about ten years my wife and myself have observed the wonderful benefits received from the use of your Family Cure for all diseases of the stom- ach, liver, kidneys and the blood, and most cheerfully recommend it to all sufferers. Mason A written guarantee to cure or money refunded with every dollar bottle. Prices, $1.00, 50c. and 25c. A written guarantee to cure or money refunded with every box of Dr. Sawyer's Pastilles, which cures all diseases peculiai to wome^ Price, $1 00 per box. . PIPER, PLAY! Mow the furnaces are out And the aching anvils sleep. Down the road the grimy rout Tramples homeward...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 26 March 1897

mmm COMMERCIAL I PRINTING# OF ALL KINDS -A.T THE- HONEY SIGNAL. VOL. 7. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday March 26, 1897, NO. 4 iSim ALL JOB ; PRINTING NEATLY DONE -M' THE ICE. THE ICONOCLASTS. They have tampered with old Jonah, And the whale is labeled mud; They're sure to tackle Noah, \ And thus desiccate the flood; They'll fall down hard on Samson, They are chasing after Lot, For p oor, old, harmeless Adam They will surely make it hot; Let Absalom and Joshua Prepare to jump the track, For there's no sort of telling Who these chaps will next attack. —Ex. claimed: "Hobart, that boy of yours is a treasure! I have just had the pleasure of appointing him elec- trician of the White House, on his own application." New York Journal. BIG FAILURE AT PARIS. m- Hobart's Boy Gets Office. Garret A. Hobart, Jr., is only 12 years old, but he has a pre- ternaturally acute perception- of the aphorism that to the victors belong the spoils. Fired in his youthful imagina- tion by this great patriotic truth,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 26 March 1897

HMtoMBssaeaeBiaai WILLIAMSON, BLOCKER & We an Offering This week a special bargain in the way of Ladies Entire Suits of fancy duck, at $1.50, ready made. Fancy duck skirts for only 75 cents. These are the greatest values ever offered. it Is Impossible To describe our stock of Wash Goods, but if you will give us a call we will show you the Latest in all the imported Wash Fabrics and at prices that will surprise you for High Class goods like these. Our Silks, You have to see to appreciate and we ask that you come early and see these goods. Our Em- broidered Chiffons are simply beautiful and we can show them to you in a number of colors. We Have AIsj Received Another big shipment of Fine Dress Goods and can now show you the most complete line ever shown in Honey Grove before. We Can Show You 75 different weaves and colors, all the latest, in Fine Imported Woolen Dress Goods. In pat- terns only. Just Received All the New Styles in Ladies Belts, in all colors and style buck- les. We ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 26 March 1897

■SHBUnaiaiHBmwiBi titiittMiasmwxu mwlBsMimgguit I RAILWAY TIME-TABLES. TEXAS AND PACIFIC. No. 34, Eastbound Cannon Ball leaves. 9:08 a m No. 32, Eastbound Express leaves 3:16 p m No. 31, Westbound Express leaves 12:42 pm No. 33, Westbound Cannon Ball leaves 6:49 p to 8ANTA FE. Leaves 9:25 am Arrive;? 11:55 a m Leaves 4:00 p m Arrive5* 5:50 p m Shelled Corn, Ear Corn Sacked Oats, Sacked Bran, Black-Land Hay, Alfalfa, Sorghum, Millet Fresh Garden and Field [ Arming, Mr. J. T. Holt shipped two car- loads of fine steers Saturday and sold same at 4.25. He has about 200 head on hand at present. Ladies vests for 5 cents at J. Ware's. L. Thieves in this section seem to care more for pocket knives than articles of greater value. Knives have been stolen every time a store has been burglarized here for many years. I have just received another invoice of fine fancy candies— the very best to be had. J. H. Lloyd. Neverson Morris and George Thuston, who were arrested in this city last year on a ch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 26 March 1897

iMiTiiiiii nwrtitewawi rtWritoatri tiwyimii THE HOLE IN THE SEA, Circles and bubbles atop of the waves Where Jacky plunged through to the darkest of graves Down, down, deep down, far under the blue, Making a splash that the sunlight danced through, And it's marked in the logbook the hole in the sea, "Lat. south, 16.50; Long, west, 83." Frock coats and blue shirts, so clean and so neat, And Jack dressed in canvas from his head to his feet, Sewed up tight with canister, grape and black shot, To carry him straight to the burial lot That's down, deep down in the deep of the sea, Where many a sailor and lubber there be. "Man flying jib downhaul!" "Royal clew- line's stand by!" "Clew garnets and buntlines; all hands pull away!" "Weather main and lee crojack braces now haul!" "Shake a leg there, my hearties, don't ye hear the pipe's call?" Now the ship's all aback with the wind at her head And ready for quarters to bury the dead. Frock coats on the weather, blue shirts on the lee, Marines ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 2 April 1897

- - * " * • "* I COMMERCIAL 4 f v % X 1 . PRINTING OF ALL KINDS -AT THE- HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. ALL JOB CVPRINTING \D NEATLY DONE -AT THE- VOL. 7. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday April 2, 1897, NO. 5 HER CLEVER THEFT. Story of How an Ingenious Woman Robbed the National Treasury. There is no department in all the United States that Uncle Sam guards with such jealous care as he exercises in his surveillance of the national treasury. Enough arms and ammunition are stored in this building to stock an arse- nal, and the slightest alarm would bring a regiment of blue coats to its defense in forty seconds. The closest watch is kept over the most trusted employes and it would seem that theft of any de- scription would be impossible. Yet it is on record that a clever woman once robbed the treasury of no one knows how many thousand dollars. It was never known just how long her thefts had been going on, but the story of her detection is somewhat romantic. It was one day in the fall of 1888 that this w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 2 April 1897

SHH WILLIAMSON, BLOCKER £ We ara Offering This week a special bargain in the way of Ladies Entire Suits of fancy duck, at $1.50, ready made. Fancy duck skirts for only 75 cents. These are the greatest values ever offered. Our Silks, You have to see to appreciate and we ask that you come early and see these goods. Our Em- broidered Chiffons are simply beautiful and we can show them to you in a number of colors. It Is Impossible To describe our stock of Wash Goods, but if you will give us a call we will show you the Latest in all the imported Wash Fabrics and at prices that will surprise you for High Class "goods like these. We Have Also Received Another big shipment of Fine Dress Goods and can now show you the most complete line ever shown in Honey Grove before. We Can Show You 75 different weaves and colors, all the latest, in Fine Imported Woolen Dress Goods. In pat- terns only. Just Received AIL the New Styles in Ladies Belts, in all colors and style buck- les. We are Also Showing...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 2 April 1897

I / I < 4 SIGNAL. RAILWAY TIME-TABLES. texas and pacific. No. 34, Eastbound Cannon Ball leaves. 9:08 a m No. 32, Eastbound Express leaves 3:16 p m No. 31, Westbound Express leaves 12:42 pm No. 33, Westbound Cannon Ball leaves 6:49 p m santa fk. Leaves 9:25 am Arrives 11:55 a m Leaves 4:00 pm Arrives 5:50 p m LOCAL NOTES. Eld. D. A. Russell preached at Windom Sunday morning and evening. For bargains in L. Ware. clothing see J. A coffin was sent out Saturday for a little child of Mr. E. L. Futch's of the McCraw's Chapel neighborhood. When you want wall paper call on J. H. King, proprietor of the Racket store. Next Tuesday is election day. The Democratic nominees have no opponents, but no Democrat should forget to vote. The largest, most stylish and cheapest stock of fine millinery at J. L. Ware's. Charles A. Leeman has pur- chased from W. R. Mhoon a res- idence on Railroad street; con- sideration $500. Some persons could have per- petrated quite an April fool yes- terday by paying ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 2 April 1897

THE MAN WITH THE MEDAL. Here he comes 1 Doff your hat till the hero goes by. No, don't stop to listen for trumpets and drums. No banners are waving, obscuring the sky, All speaking to us of the hero that comes. 'Tis only this workingman, grizzled and grim, On his way to the place where he toils for his bread. You don't care to stand here bareheaded for him Unless you are told what he's done, what he's said? And what may his name be? Why, how can 1 tell? I've asked him no questions. Sufficient for me Is that little bronze medal pinned on his lapel, That all whom he meets, having eyes, they may see And know that his soul has been touched by the power That blots out all selfishness, cancels all fear. It speaks to the world of a perilous hour That oalled for a man, and this one answer- ed, "Here I" Do you fancy he waited to spell out his name? Or to wonder what sort of a medal he'd wear? Or to think how he'd look in the temple of fame? Or who of his neighbors would gaze on him there? No...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 9 April 1897

* COMMERCIAL f n V 4 PRINTING# OF ALL KINDS -AT THE- HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOL. 7. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday April 9, 1897, ftO. 6 ALL JOB C\ PRINTING \ * NEATLY DONE -AT THE A LAMENTABLE AFFAIR. A Demented Patient of Terrell Es- capes and Visits His Chil- dren Near Dodds. Logan Alexander, a patient of the Terrell insane asylum, who made his escape from that place about ten days ago, arrived at the home of his brother-in-law, Mr. Zaoh Tate, a iarmer living about three miles southeast of here, in An Infant Phenomenon. The little German child, Otto! Poehler, who, when he was only 2. years old, astounded people by his marvelous faculty for reading printed matter and manuscript, still continues to excite the won- der of the many scientists in Eu- rope, who have visited him and verified, for themselves the actu- ality of his peculiar gift. Carl Stumpf, professor of phi THE CONTEST IN DELTA. From Adirondacks. °*EATe* NEW YORK- The Court Orders Another Election for Sheriff. a very short tim...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 9 April 1897

WILLIAMSON, BLOCKER 4 We are Offering This week a special bargain in the way of Ladies Entire Suits of fancy duck, at SI.50, ready made. Fancy duck skirts for only 75 cents. These are the greatest values ever offered. Our Silks, You have to see to appreciate and we ask that you come early and see these goods. Our Em- broidered Chiffons are simply beautiful and we can show them to you in a number of colors. It Is Impossible To describe our stock of Wash Goods, but if you will give us a call we will show you the Latest in all the imported Wash Fabrics and at prices that will surprise you for High Class goods like these. ' We Have Also Received Another big shipment of Fine Dress Goods and can now show you the most complete line ever shown in Honey Grove before. We Can Show You 75 different weaves and colors, all the latest, in Fine Imported Woolen Dress Goods. In pat- terns only. Just Received All the New Styles in Ladies Belts, in all colors and style buck- les. We are Also Showing Fi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 9 April 1897

V RAILWAY TIME-TABLES. texas and pacific. No. 34, Eastbound Cannon Ball leaves. 9:08 a m No. 32, Eastbound Express leaves 3:16 p m No. 31, Westbound Express leaves 12:42 pm No. 33, Westbound Cannon Ball leaves 6:49 p m ranta fk. Leaves 9:25am Arrive,T .11:55 a m Leaves 4:00 pm Arrive* ....... 5:50 p m Dr. B. J. Baldwin, leading citizens of Saturday. one of the Paris, died LOCAL NOTES. Mr. E. P. Hockaday has pur- chased the Jackson place on East Main street now occupied by Mr. G. H. Hillyard. For bargains J. L. Ware. in clothing, see The Methodist church received sixteen members Sunday, the C. P. church thirteen, the Presby- terian two, the Christian church one. When you want wall paper call on J. H. King, proprietor of the Racket store. Farmers who planted corn in February have good stands, while those who waited will have to plant again. We have lots of money to loan at a very low rate of interest on real estate security. Will buy or extend land notes. L. C. LaMaster & Co. Styl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 9 April 1897

THE RARITY OF CHRISTIAN CHARITY. 'Tis early night. The whistling winds Possess the naked street, Save here and there some shivering wight Goes by with hurrying feet. Through blinding enow and stinging sleet, Dashed by the wfntry storm. In scanty dress, with face upraised, Behold a female form. Why stands she here on such a nigbtf Why brave the chilling frost With hand outstretched and motionless, Like a sentry at his post? The passers by give her no look Nor note the upturned face Whose finely chiseled beauty linen Some proud man's home would grace. A flash of light falls on her face, So gentle and so kind. Good heavens! Her eyeballs quick disclose That the poor girl is blind. A great throng from a neighboring church And all with face awry, Close button their warm overcoats And pour unheeding by. She never wronged a single soul, Unsullied her fair fame, And yet among that Christian throng Not one could call her name. And now the parson comes along, The last of that sleek band. He ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 23 April 1897

Sp maeeserasBt jUtfUl ',W." COMMERCIAL rPR I ]MT IN G OF ALL KINDS -at the- SIGNAL OFFICE. HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOL. 7. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday April 23, 1897, NO. 8 ALL JOB_ CVPRINTINOO NEATLY DONE -at the- SIGNAL OFFICE. WAITING FOR PROSPERITY. When you roam the streets of Wash- ington and funds are getting low, And poverty's a melancholy verity; And they tell you to keep moving and you've not got a place to go; Just tell them that you are waiting for prosperity! Waiting on the mills, And the twenty-dollar bills, And the jingle and the tingle of the dollars in the tills. When the sheriff's in the saddle and the fire's out at home, And you've lost your resolution and temerity, And there isn't any money, or honey in the comb, Just tell 'em you are waiting for prosperity! Waiting on the mills, And the twenty-dollar bills, And the jingle and the tingle of the dollars in the tills. And when the dance is over and the tide of time is low, And death is not a vision but a ver- ity, And t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 23 April 1897

WILLIAMSON. BLOCKER & CO We are showing this week the greatest line of Fine Dry Goods and Furnishings ever seen in the town. Wilson Brothers Shirts, Underwear, Hosiery and Fine Neckwear, Nettletons Fine Shoes, Fine well made Clothing, Umbrellas, Hats, in fact eveyrthing to fit an old or young Gent up in fine style, for a small amount of money. For the Ladies, "WE NEVER FORGET THEM" We are showing the prettiest stock of Millinery and Dress Goods, Consisting of Silks,Fancy Weaves in Imported Goods, Chiffons, Grenadines, Ducks, Perecales, Fancy and plain Linens, in browns Fancy Stripes, Imported Scotch Linens, in fact a complete and elaborate stock of all kinds of Fabrics, Linings, Laces and Trim- mings for Dresses. Our stock of Oxfords for Ladies and Children is the most complete shown in the town, and we feel sure that we can please you. Call and see us. Its a pleasure to show you what we have. Keep your pants on with Attwood Suspenders, Wear Wilson Brother's Shirts, Nettletons a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 23 April 1897

RAILWAY TIME-TABLES. TEXAS AND PACIFIC. No. 34, Eastbound Cannon Ball leaves. 9:08 a tn No. 32, Easttxmnd Express leaves 3:16 p m No. 31, Westbound Express leaves 12:42 pm No. 33, Westbound Cannon Ball leaves 6:49 p m BANTA FE. Leaves 9:25 am Arrives 11:55 a m Leaves 4:00 pm 4.rrive« 5:50 p m LOCAL NOTES. The beer and ice vault being erected on the T. & P. railway- track is nearing completion. J. L. Big bargains in shoes at Ware's. _____ A 3-months old babe of Mr. Files, who lives on the J. A. Crowson farm, near town, was buried Sunday. When you want wall paper call on J. H. King, proprietor of the Racket store. The banks and post office were • closed Wednesday, it being San Jacinto day, which has been made a holiday by the State. We have a new line of John- son's fine shoes for ladies of all kinds and prices. W. Underwood. The Honey Grove hotels are putting on spring airs. The of- fices have been enlarged, repa- pered,repainted and the buildings lighted by electricity. New mill...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 23 April 1897

au i USviN. Feel sad in autumn? L^aith, not I! Life is too thronged, too brief, to waste a sigh. Why sad? Because the tumbled wood- lands moan, And, yellow and brown, Oak leaves and elm leaves flutter down, And the last summer birds have flown, And the red bosomed robin pipes alone Between the plumps of rain, And all things seem to grieve and to re- gret, Tn passionate, inarticulate pain, Sweet dawns and dreamy days and suns forever set? 'Tis but our childish fancies which in- vest Nature with our unrest. There is 110 pathos in the falling leaves, No sorrow in the rain or wind. Why should the year not close As gayly with the snow as with the rose? 'Tis but the inveterate, primeval mind Which dreams that nature feels like man and grieves. Nay, rather were not this a mournful thing? Conceive the year reversed, The seasons, last made first, Worked backward through the summer to the spring, Snow sifted, dead leaves caught, Whirled, red and yellow, back to branch and spray, _ Changed wit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 30 April 1897

COMMERCIAL, ALL JOB PRINTING , i- 1- k OF ALL KINDS at the HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. CVPRINTING \D NEATLY DONE -at the- VOL, 7. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday April 30, 1897, NO. 9 SIGNAL OFFICE. RUINED MILLIONAIRE. The Sad Ending to the Career of a Florida Banker. A Columbus, Ohio, dispatch to the Cleveland Leader relates this: A name has been placed in the Ohio penitentiary register that HOLMAN'S DEATH. 0 TERRIBLE CLOUDBURST. The Aged Congressman Dies Spinal Meningetis. From "Washington, April 22.—Repre- sentative Willian S. Holman, of Indiana, died at his home here at 2:05 p. m., after an illness of Houses and Bridges Swept Away and Rivers Turned Into Raging Tor- rents—Loss to Property. Eufaula, I. T., April 25.—A se- ries of cloudbursts, heavy winds and rain storms occurred in and eighteen short months ago would I some weeks. Spinal meningitis around Eufaula all last night and have passed current anywhere in the United States for $1,000,000. That was the name of President E. W. Agnew, of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 30 April 1897

WILLIAMSON. BLOCKER We are showing this week the greatest line of Fine Dry Goods and Furnishings ever seen in the town. Wilson Brothers Shirts, Underwear, Hosiery and Fine Neckwear, Nettletons Fine Shoes, Fine well made Clothing, ' Umbrellas, Hats, in fact eveyrthing to fit an old or young Gent up in fine style, for a small amount of money. For the Ladies, "WE NEVER FORGET THEM" We are showing the prettiest stock of Millinery and Dress Goods, Consisting of Silks,Fancy Weaves in Imported Goods, Chiffons, Grenadines, Ducks, Perecales, Fancy andplain Linens, in browns Fancy Stripes, Imported Scotch Linens, in fact a complete and elaborate stock of all kinds of Fabrics, Linings, Laces and Trim- mings for Dresses. Our stock of Oxfords for Ladies and Children is the most complete shown in the town, and we feel sure that we can please you. Call and see us. Its a pleasure to show you what we have. It is conceded that no Uniform Text Book bill will be passed by the present legislature, altho...

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