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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 30 April 1897

II 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 A.rrivera 11:55 a m Leaves 4:00 pm Arrives «>:50 P m LOCAL NOTES. The churches are all putting in electric lights, some using arcs, others incandescents. See our new lot of fans and ladies'belts. W. Underwood. Mr. W. A. Dial, who has been quite sick for some time is con- valescent and will soon be himself again. When you want wall paper call on J. H. King, proprietor of the Racket store. Prof. T. W. Perfect and family have returned to Honey Grove and will again make their home here. The little babe of Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Lomax has been seriously ill for several days. Call and see our line of wash dress goods. W. Underwood. The North Texas Medical Asso- ciation has been in session at Paris this week and nearly all of the Honey Grove physicia...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 30 April 1897

VIVE LA FRANCE! [A sentiment offered at the dinner to H. I. H. the Prince Napoleon at the Revere House, Sept. 25, 1861.] The land of sunshine and of song! Her name your hearts divine. To her the banquet's vows belong Whose breasts have poured its wine. Our trusty friend, our true ally, Through varied change and chance. So fill your flashing goblets high. I give you, "Vive la France!" Above our hosts in triple folds The selfsame colors spread Where valor's faithful arm upholds The blue, the white, the red. Alike each nation's glittering crest Reflects the morning's glance- Twin eagles, soaring east and west. Once more, then, "Vive la France!" Sister in trial, who shall count Thy generous friendship's claim, Whose blood ran mingling in the fount That gave our land its name, Till Yorktown saw in blended line Our conquering arms advance And victory's double garlands twine Our banners? "Vive la France!" Oh, land of heroes, in our need One gift from Heaven we crave To stanch these wounds ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 7 May 1897

COMMERCIAL J r ^ PRINTING OF ALL KINDS -AT the SIGNAL OFFICE. HONEY SIGNAL. VOL. 7. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday May 7, 1897, NO. 10 ALL JOB. J, PRINTING NEATLY DONE ■AT THE VERY DEAR TO HIM. She has such dainty little hands, The kind that Cupid loves. But, oh, it costs an awful lot To.keep those hands in gloves. She has two little shell-like ears. "Wjtk blue veins lightly crossed, That means five $100 bills— Y«u know what earrings cost. Her costumes always are superb, Quite chic and up-to-date. The other women envy her— And I—I pay the freight! And do I love her? Yes indeed! As every one can see. She always was, and always will Be very dear to me. —Soinerville Journal. THE LAND IS CURSED. An Unusual Service. Last Thursday afternoon the gamblers and whisky vendors of this city sent a request to Pre- siding Elder Rippey that he de- liver a special sermon for their benefit last Friday night. Such a thing never occurred before in the history of Sulphur Springs. Friday evening at 7 o'cloc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 7 May 1897

mm irnlTiiiff Signal Publishing Co., Publish'rs J. H. Lowry, - - - Editor. Entered at Honey Grove Fostoffiee as second- :lass mail matter. Office of Publication over Post-Office. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year 81 00 Six Months 60 Three IVfbnths 36 STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK. Speaker Dashiell is Czar Reed in miniature. The oldest man in the United States has been located in a poor house in New Jersey. He is 125 years old. The Dingley tariff bill has at last been reported to the Senate. The Senators will probably dis- cuss the bill two or three weeks before passing it. Congress will adjourn about the 1st of June. Mr. Gaston Meslier is no longer General Passenger and Ticket Agent of the Texas & Pacific Railroad, Mr. E. P. Turner, of Dallas, having been given that position Tuesday by General Manager Thorne. May is certaifMy "convention month.'' The Christian Endeav- orersare in session at Houston, the W. C. T. U's. in Austin, the Women's Conference in Ft. Worth and t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 7 May 1897

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 Arrive;? 11:55 a m Leaves 4:00 pm .Vrrivesi 5:50 p m LOCAL NOTES. New-potato time has come, The liveliest of the year; The wise man lets such things alone Fools eat and ache and swear. The Public Schools will close on Friday, May 21st. Only two weeks more of the present session. Call and see our line of wash dress goods. "W. Underwood. Mr. Luther Trout has been con- fined to his room all the week with a severe attack of the flux. A number of people from town attended the Primitive Baptist preaching and foot-washing at Oak Ridge, ten miles south of Honey Grove Sunday. See ladies' our new lot of fans and belts. W. Underwood. Drs. Bedford & Leeman are now comfortably ensconced in their new and commodious quar- ters on the second floor of the Fi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 7 May 1897

AT THE PARTING OF THE WAYS. "Go forth in thy turn," said the Lord of the years to the year we greet, today. "Go forth to succor my people, who are thronging the world's highway. "Carry them health and comfort, carry them joy and light, The grace of the eager dawning, the ease of the restful night. "Take them the flying snovvflake, and the hope of the hastening spring, The green of the leaf unrolling, the gleam of the bluebird's wing. "Give them the gladness of children, the strength of sinew and nerve, The pluck of the man in battle who may rail, but will never swerve. "Send them the lilt of the singer, the sword that is swift to smite In the headlong rush of the onset, when the wrong resists the right. "Pour on them peace that crowneth hosts which have bravely striven. Over them throw the mantle they wear who are God forgiven. "Shrive them of sin and of blunders. Oh, make my people free! Let this year among years be thought of as a time of jubilee, "Throbbing with notes triumphant,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 14 May 1897

fssi COMMERCI0L- if^PR I ]M TIN 0 OF ALL KINDS -AT THE- HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOL, 7. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday May 14, 1897, NO. 11 ALL JOB g\ PRINTING NEATLY DONE -at the- TERRIBLE SEA DISASTER. Thirteen Persons Burned to Death on the Ship Leona. New York, May 10.—The Mal- lory line steamship Leona, which sailed from this port at 3 o'clock on Saturday afternoon, put back yesterday with her sides still hot and fire blistering from a fierce fire that had raged in her forward hold, and thirteen charred corpses where the blaze had been. Ten passengers and three stewards were among these. There were some women among the passen- gers who lost their lives. The Leona was bound for Gal- veston and had twenty-two steer- age passengers in her 'tween deck quarters and was laden with a general carg<3. As nearly as could be ascer- tained, the fire which involved so great a loss of life, started at 1 o'clock' yesterday morning. The vessel was -then south of Barne- gat. The watchman whose duty ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 14 May 1897

Signal Publishing Co., Publish'rs J. H. Lowry, - - - Editor. Entered at Honey Grove Postoffice as second- •jlass mail matter. Office of Publication oyer Post-Office. SUBSCRIPTION! One Year 81 00 Six Months 60 Three Months 35 STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK. A chewing gum manufactory- has been established at Green- ville, the only concern of the kind in Texas. Gov. Bob Taylor, of Tennessee, says he had rather lecture than be governor, and that lecturing is by far more profitable, hence he's going to resign. It seems that King George will lose his crown no matter how the war results; if the Turks fail to knock it off the Greeks will probably pull it off. The North Texas Gun Club will hold the Sixth Shoot of the organization at Bonham May 27 and 28. There will be a large attendance from Honey Grove. The people of Paris put a base ball team in the League as an advertisement for the town, and the town is being well advertised. The team has won 4 games out of 25. The Mi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 14 May 1897

1IT 6SOTE 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....' 9:25am Arrives 11:55 a m Leaves 4:00 pm A.rrivet S-50 p m LOCAL NOTES. Mr. T. B. Clay is reported as slowly improving. Call and see our line of wash dress goods. W. Underwood. Mr. Luther Trout, who was re- ported quite sick last week, is we are glad to state now able to be out. Silk Steel Rod Umbrellas, from $1 to $2.50, very cheap, at Wil- liamson, Blocker & Co's. The Signal learns with regret of the serious illness of Mrs. S. T. Saylor and trusts that she may soon recover. Robert Covington fell upon a walk on East Main street Monday morning and broke his wrist. He has suffered a great deal with his wounded arm. See our new lot of fans and ladies' belts. W. Underwood. Mr. Bob Baker sent to this of- fice last week a very large...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 14 May 1897

THE BALLADE OF BRAVE MEN. A song lor the men so true, The sailors of sunken ships, The sport of the winds that blew, Devoured by the waves' white lipa There where the sea gull dips, There 'neath the sky so blue, There where the schoolboy strips— Brave men, there is rest for you. A song for the shipwrecked crew, The men of the docks and slips. Propelled by a sail or screw, You made many perilous trips; With the canvas torn to strips, Before the gale you flew. No more the wild wind whips. Brave men, there is rest for you. A song for the men too few, For nature so few equips, Who drink that awful Drew That only a brave man sips. The stanchest of ships are chips. No power can the sea subdue. No longer the cold spray drips. Brave nien, there is pest for vou. -William 8. Lord in New York Tribune. LIZOTTE. My south is not that of Mistral, of Daudet or of Roumanille. The great water courses which traverse it have no torrentlike rapidity. The hillocks do not cast upon the imperturbable heave...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 21 May 1897

COMMERCIflL «p PR I ]M TIN 0 "S|ij _OF ALL KINDS -at the- HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOL. 7. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday May 21, (897, NO. 12 ALL JOB, 4 - printing %w«^ NEATLY DONE -at the THREE DEAD RAPISTS. An Angry Mob Hang Them, Them to a Limb, in Fails County. At Rosebud, in Falls county, three negroes were found hang- ing, side by side, from a limb last Saturday morning. The negroes had been confined in jail for sev- eral days on a charge of attempt- ed rape, their victim being a young daughter of Mr. Coates, of Rosebud. Friday evening, one of the ne- groes weakened and gave the whole thing away. A strong guard was placed around the jail but late at night a number of dis- guised men rode up and demand- ed the prisoners. The guards re- Tused to deliver them and the crowd retired, saying they would blow up the jail with dynamite. The officers and guards sum- moned a 'bus and entered it with their prisoners, leaving in a round-a-bout way for Marlin, but when about three miles from Rosebu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 21 May 1897

EONET UROVH MIL Signal Publishing Co. , Publish'rs J. H. Lowry, - - - Editor. Entered at noruvy Grove Postofflee as second- 'ilass mail matteT. Office of Publication over Post-Office. SUBSCKIE S«ION: One Year fl 00 Six Months GO Three Months 35 STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK. The Hon. Mark Hanna is now fishing in Texas. If Mark is as great a rustler after the finny tribe as he is after votes, there will not be a perch big enough to flavor the' pan left in the state. Hon. John H. Reagan, the only surviving member of the Confed- erate States cabinet, has been se- lected to officiate as orator of the day-at the re-union at Nashville in June. Recent decisions of the Su- preme Court are to the effect that Mayors' Courts cannot conduct examining trials. This will serve to further reduce the compensa tion of our city officers which is already anything but exorbitant There is to oe another contest over the sheriff's office in Delta county and it looks now as if the matte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 21 May 1897

f / 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. 81, Westbound Express leaves 12:42 pm No. S3, Westbound Cannon Ball leaves 6:49 p m santa fe. Leaves 9:25 am Arrives 11:55 a m Leaves 4:00 pm Arrive* 5:50 p m LOCAL NOTES. Mr. J. Y. Boone will begin teaching a class in shorthand in this city about June 1st. Negligee Shirts—good ones for 50 cents at Williamson, Blocker & Co's. The Young Mens' Prayer Meet- ing will be held at the Baptist church Sunday afternoon a 3 o'clock. Paint and white-wash brushes, everything in the paint line. Scherer & Murray. Mrs. S. T. Saylor, who was re- ported sick last week, is still very low and her family and friends are alarmed at her condition. A beautiful line of fine French Organdies from 10 to 30 cents per yard at Williamson, Blocker Go's. Mr. William Fuqua has a mare that is the mother of twin mule colts. Mr. Fuqua was in high glee over his promising team,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 21 May 1897

A WOOD BIRD'S WHIM. Hoi low of a dead man's breast, In a mighty wood- Here's a place to make a ne3t And to warm a brood. Bees through its caressing vines, Honey heavy, flit. Every star of God that shines Sees the way to it. Buds which at their beauty blush Weep their dews out here, And the snake—I pray you, hush I Something slides anear. Was he poet—he to whom All these things have paid Reverent rites in sacred gloom, Loving, not afraid? He was poet. What dark whim Set his heart to wings? Oh, the song that wast ed him Now the wild bird sings I —Sarah Piatt in Century. MKS. PARSONS, M. I). There are so many fools in the world that I do not mind confessing that I was one of them for a few dismal years, not one of the com placent, happy ones either. To begin with, I took up medicine comparatively late in life. They had made an architect of me, hut I soon found myself kicking vigor- ously against that honorable profes- sion. After a deal of persuasion I was allowed to enter as a student...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 28 May 1897

iawaniwni teategasfos If' I COMMERCIAL- -^PRINTING OF ALL KINDS -at the SIGNAL OFFICE. HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOL. 7. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday May 23, 1897, NO. 13 ALL JOB CXPR1NTING"\D NEATLY DONE -at the- SIGNAL OFFICE. CONVICTED OF BRIBERY. A Prominent Republican Adjudged Quiity in the Federal Court. Paris, Texas, May 21.—E. H. Leutweiler, formerly U. S. Com- missioner at Duncan, I. T., who has been on trial in the United States court in this city for two days past upon a charge of bri- bery, was to-day found guilty as charged in two of the indictments. Owing to the prominence of Leut- weiler the trial has attracted wide-spread attention and the courtroom was thronged while it was in progress. The evidence upon which he was convicted show«d that he had accepted a bribe of $250 from a physician in a liquor case, and a bribe of $500 in another case from a wealthy farmer whose relative was in trouble on another account. Leutweiler does not deny re- ceiving money from the parties name...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 28 May 1897

Signal Publishing Co., Publish'rs J. H. Lowry, - - - Editor Entered at Honey Grove Fostoffice as seeond- ■jlass mail matter. Office of Publication over Post-Office. SUBSCRIPTION! One Year $1 00 Six Months 60 Three Months 85 STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK. The wheat crop in the Pan Handle country is said to be very fine, and the farmers are adver tising for hands to help harvest the crop. A sermon is always a good thing, whether it be eloquent or dull. A fine sermon will always keep you awake, and a poor one will serve to soothe you to sleep. It is announced that Gen. Go- mez, the commander of the Cu- ban forces, will in a short time come to the United States and confer wiih President McKinley regarding the Cuban situation. The resolution appropriating $50,000 for the relief of American citizens in Cuba passed both houses of Congress and received the signature of the President. Money and supplies will be for- warded as needed. From pretty reliable sources it is le...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 28 May 1897

* GROVE 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 hanta ff,. Leaves 9:25 am Arrives 11:55 a m Leaves 4:00 p m A,rrive«... . 5:50 p m LOCAL NOTES. Money Saved —is— Money Made. Hammond's Sarsaparilla The best medicine of the kind on the market. Will save you a doctors bill. Hamuli's CM11 Cure (Guarantee!) will positively cure Chills and save you from chills and fever. Mr. J. M. Williamson is able to be out after a long siege of fever. By using the "Perfect" Baking Powder indigestion will be un- known. A number of Woodmen think of attending the unveiling of monuments at Denison Sunday, provided railroad connections can be made. Will save you from cold. Prescriptions Fillefi by me from the PUREST and BEST of Drugs, and by ex- pert PRESCRIPTIONS and GRADUATE. Will SAVE you money. SAVE MONEY And have your Pre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 28 May 1897

i icir^hniMlAnll r ■'^^^^ipiirtirfWlLlil ■rteiviwwaaaiSiii'ia) TWIbilHTi Over the dusky vfJrge Of the quiet sea, Slowly I watch emerge 'The silver rim Of the crescent moon, pale, dim. The soft stars one by one, With holy gleen, Steal out and light their lamps, For day is done. The tempests are asleep. Only the balm Of some cool evening wind Ruffles the calm. The listening ear of night Can catch 110 sound, Save when in slumber bound Earth turns and sighs; Peace rules the deep. Aye, peace! Across the dark, Star paven sky The night queen's silver bark Goes gliding by; With murmuring faint, the streams Drowse as they flow In their hid channels; slow Down dropping dews Slide from the heavens like gleams Of love born dreams. Frail breaths of violet, Of roses fair, Shy hints of mignonettes Rise through the air From unseen gardens there, Beneath my feet. Ah, me! how at their spell Swift fancies rise! What touching sympathies! What gilded memories, And thoughts how sweet! —Good Words, TWO ME...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 4 June 1897

itmm COMMERCIAL. 1 #PR IJVTIN 0 ^ OF ALL KINDS rtftteaawn -at the- HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. ALL JOB PRINTING NEATLY DONE -AT THE- VOL. 7. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday June 4, 1897, WHAT MAKES A WOMAN? Not costly dress nor queenly air; Not jeweled hands, compleioxn fair; Not graceful form nor lofty tread. Not paint, nor curls, nor splendid head; Not pearly teeth nor sparkling eyes; Not voice that nightingale outvives; Not breath as sweet as eglantine; Not gaudy gems nor fabric fine; Not all the stores of fashion's mart, Nor yet the blandishments of art; Not one, nor all of these combined, Can make one woman true and refined. 'Tis not the casket that we prize, But that which in the casket lies. These outward charms that please the sight, Are naught unless the heart be right. She to fulfill her destined end, Must with her beauty goodness blend, Must make it her incessant care To deck herself with jewels rare; Of priceless gems must be possessed, In robes of richest beauty dressed; Yet these m...

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

Signal Publishing Co., Publishes J. H. Lowry, - - - Editor. Entered at Honey Grove Fostoffice as second- •jlass mail matter. Office of Publication over Post-Office. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year 81 00 Six Months 60 Three Months 35 steictly in advance. PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK. Mark Hanna is now referred to as the possible presidential nom- inee of the bolting democrats in 1900. As I have feared all the time, the members of the Texas legis- lature are beginning to see air ships. No doubt Christ would have been crucified sooner than he was if he had been seen riding a bicycle and using a rubber stamp in dispensing his blessings to af- flicted humonity. Congressman Joe Bailey is out in an interview in which he says he favors Bryan for President in 1900. In this Joe stands with about twenty-nine thirtieths of his party. A curfew ordinance went into effect at McKinney June 1. Af- ter 10 o'clock, p. m., all persons under the age of 18 and not a married woman are subject to the penalty of a ...

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