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

wwgaiwpff 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. 38, Westbound Cannon Ball leaves 6:49 p m SANTA FE. (Daily except Sunday.) Leaves 8:45am Arrives 12:15 p m Leaves 4:30 p m Arrives 6:58 pm LOCAL NOTES. BOUNCED. I stood in the hall at midnight, And the clock was striking the hour' And her pa slid down the b alustrade And kicked with all his power. Mrs. J. G. Beard has been quite sick for several days. Hurd's and Crane's fine sta- tionery at Scherer & Murray's. The Signal is pleased to learn that Miss Alice Dial, who has been sick a long time, is able to be up. All Linen Brown Skirts, only $1.50, ready made, at Williamson, Blocker & Co's. The Presbyterian Sunday school picniced last evening on the vacant lot near the residence of J. H. Lynn. A full line of Summer Suits, Coats and Vests, also Crash Suits cheap at Williamson, Blocker & Co's. ...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 9 July 1897

the "WATCHES OF THE NIGHT." When come the hours for sleeping In the "watches of the night" And the soul in restful keeping Awakes in lone affright, From dreams or nervous ailings, Of spirit fear and dread, Of mortal griefs and failings, Of heart and hand and head, Brave troops of fevered minions Appear to the restless brain, Winged on wild and reckless pinions Come and go and come again, And the air is rife with fancies Of varied form and sight Till broad morning's light advances On the "watches of the night." Then the garish gnomes of terror Fold their wings and droop adown, Fleeing from fields of error, When the day god lifts his crown. Then the mists of nightly horrors Flee before the morning light, And reason surcease borrows From the "watches of the night." —Clark W. Bryan in Good Housekeeping. HOW HE WON HER. The poor tutor was alone with her, and, though it was in the days when men fought hard battles even against their own kinsmen if they thought it was for the right, his he...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 16 July 1897

COMMERCIAL. =PRI ]MT I NOs|' OF ALL KINDS m -at the- HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOL. 7. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday July 16, (897, NO. 20 ALL J0§ c\ PRINTING O NEATLY DONE -at the- SIGNAL OFFICE BURIED 0LIVE. Marvelous Hypnotic Phenomena. From the Youths Advocate. It was announced in the last issue of the Youth's Advocate that a young man had been buried alive, under hypnotic in- fluence, in Nashville, Tenn., and that a full account of his burial and resurrection would appear in this issue of the paper, along with some general information on the subject of hypnotism. Pro- fessors Williams and Fealey have attracted much' attention and created wide-spread aston- ishment by their hypnotic exhi- bitions, and representatives of the Youth's Advocate made per- sonal observations and investiga- tions, in order to verify, as far as possible, the phenomena and in- formation contained in this arti- cle. What is here given is not intended as an explanation of hypnotism, but merely as a brief compilatio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 16 July 1897

Signal Publishing Co., Publishes J. H. Lowry, - - - Editor. Entered at Honey Grove Postoffiee as second- •jlass mail matter. Office of Publication over Post-Office. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year 81 00 Six Months 60 Three Months 35 STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK. A prohibition election has been ordered for Leonard on the 24th of July. The Clarksville Times says there are enough rich, red, ripe watermellons in Red River coun- ty to toll all Africa into the sea. Senator Isham G. Harris, of Tennessee, died at Washington last Thursday night after a long illness. He was one of the oldest members of that body. The Postal Telegraph Com pany won its suit over the T. P. Railway, and work is now progressing rapidly on the line from Texarkana to Sherman We'll soon have competition the telegraph business. m Were it not for the fact that Bob Taylor is now Governor of Tennessee he could easily be United States Senator. Senator Harris died the other day making a vacancy for the Governo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 16 July 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 p m No. 33, Westbound Cannon Ball leaves 6:49 p tn santa fe. (Daily except Sunday.) Leaves 8:45 a m Arrives 12:15 p m Leaves 4:30 p m Arrives 6:58 pm LOCAL NOTES. Kurd's and Crane's fine sta- tionery at Scherer & Murray's. Mr. J. B. McKee has been on the sick list this week. A full line of Summer Suits, Coats and Vests, also Crash Suits cheap at Williamson, Blocker & Co's. On account of the continued drouth the local corn market has slightly advanced. To enjoy the pleasure of a sea bath at home go to Scherer & Mur- ray's for a bag of sea salt. Fifty cents a bag. A member of the last-year base-ball team has been in the city several days trying to revive the baseball enthusiasm. The National game, however, seems to be at such a low ebb in this city that the old-time spirit won't revive. Ladies Green Oxfords,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 16 July 1897

THE trn OP St6~nM§; We may steer our boats by tlits compass, Or may follow the northern star; We may carry a chart on shipboard As we sail o'er the seas afar. But whether by star or by compass We may guide our boats on our way-, The grim Cape of Storms is before us* And we'll see it ahead some day. How the prow may point is no matter, Nor of what the cargo may be, If we sail on the northern ocean Or away on the southern sea. It matters not what is the pilot, To what guidance our course conforms— No vessel sails o'er the sea of life But must pass the Cape of Storms. Sometimes we can first sight the headland On the distant horizon's brim. We enter the dangerous waters With our vessels all taut and trim, But often the cape in its grimness Will before us suddenly rise, Because of the clouds that have hid it Or the blinding sun in our eyes. Our souls will be caught in the waters That are hurled 'gainst the Storm Cape's face; Our pleasures and joys, our hopes and fears, Will join in the m...

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

<v >\ u COMMERCIflL- -^|=PR I ]\[ TIN G ~ OF ALL KINDS at the ri GROVE SIGNAL. VOL. 7. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday July 23, 1897, NO. 21 ALL JOB CVPRINTING NEATLY DONE -AT THE ICR THE OLD MAN'S IDEA. John's home from college And got lots of knowledge- Been loafln' around here a week. He makes a good showin1, But ain't much on hoein', And he don't plough up the ground in Greek. This here eddication Is good for the nation- Learns people ter write and ter speak But I'll tell all creation On this here plantation, You can't make the craps grow with Greek. —Atlanta Constitution. An Awful Catastrophe. The Hillsboro (South Dakota) News is responsible for this har- rowing tale: An awful catastrophe befell Miss Gertrude VanBloke, of Litchfield, Sunday morning. She was curling her hair for church when she accidently dropped the curling irons down her back. It dropped down between her cloth- ing and the frog of her back, and it went sizzing and frying down, down, down, down—until it was be...

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

Signal Publishing Co. , Publish'rs J. H. Lowry, - - - Editor. Entered at Honey Grove Postoffice as second- •jlass mail matter. Office of Publication over Post-Office. SUBSCHIPTIOK: One Year $1 00 Six Months 60 Three Months 35 STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK. Hon. Jno. H. Reagan has act- ed with splendid judgement in declaring that he will not, under any circumstanccs, be a candi- date for governor. Joe Bailey is going to canvass the district in Indiana in which Rev. U. M. Bowder is running for Congress. Oh, my! but won't it be warm up in that country. Attorney General M. M. Crane comes to the front and announces that he will be a candidate for governor when the proper time arrives. He will no doubt prove a strong candidate. Gov. Taylor has appointed Judge T. B. Turley, of Memphis, United States Senator to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Senator Isham G. Harris. Mr. Turley is an able jurist and nev- er before applied for office. The State Capitol of Texas i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 23 July 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 Mr. W. N. Sadler let the con tract for his residence near the Public School building this week. Honey Grove is rapidly being fill ed with pretty homes. SANTA FE. (Daily except Sunday.) Leaves 8:45am Arrives 12:15 p m Leaves 4:30 p m Arrives 6:58 p m LOCAL NOTES. Mrs. T. G. Lomax, who was reported sick last week, is still very low. Dallas and return for $1 via. the Santa Fe Sunday July 25th. Col. J. P. Woodson has so far recovered his strength that he able to walk to town. is ,Hurd's and Crane's fine sta- tionery at Scherer & Murray's. A revival meeting is in prog- ress at Dial this week conducted by Rev. I* W. Clark. A beautiful line of fine French Organdies from 10 to 30 cents per yard at Williamson, Blocker & Co's. Dress goods worth from 10 35 cents per yard w...

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

HOMESICKNESS. Like children in a garden fair Wlio wander through each flowerful maze And drink from sunny founts with glee And look with long and lingering gaze Upon i,he wondrous scene, yet fain Would be at home for love and rest, So we, in this bright world of ours, With strange homesickness are possest. Through garden fair and palace proud We vainly seek our hearts to please. Life spreads her feast, we sit us down, Yet never are we quite at ease. Some hope, some yearning, stirs the soul. E'en with the chalice at our lips; Some rapturous strain from shores afar That dolh all meaner mirth eclipse. Yet earth, kind mother, fain would charm, And is herself so fair to see And offers many a cup of joy, But none without satiety. And she hath many a garden fair That tempts our eager feet to roam, Yet never are we quite at ease, And never feel we quite at home. What meaneth it that we should weep Moro for our joys than for our fears, That we should some time smile at grief And look at plea...

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

commercial- #PR I ]M TIN G of all kinds -at the- HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. land of dreams. One Man Asleep a 'Week and a Woman Slept There for Twen- ty-Five Years. Union City, Tenn., July 22. Deputy Sheriff John E. Williams tells a story oi a very remarkable case in which an old man has slept several days. The gentle- man in question is A. B. Wil- liams, living at Crystal, this county, whose age is 93. Mr. Williams health has been very bad for several years, though up to Friday morning last no change has been noticed in his condition. Then it was he fell asleep, and up to this morning all efforts to arouse him have proven fruitless, he not having changed his posi- tion and seemingly sleeps sound- ly. The most peculiar mystery about the affair is that it was thought by Mr. William's family that he was on the improve. He appears to be in perfect natural state, looking as though he had just fallen asleep. The people of that section are very much alarmed over the con- dition of Mr. Williams. T...

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

Signal Publishing Co., Publish'rs J. H. Lowry, - - - Editor. Entered at Honey Grove Postoffice as second- ilass mail matter. Office of Publication over Post-Office. SUBSCRIPTION) One Year $1 00 Six Months 60 Three Months 35 stf.ictly in advance. PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK. Corsicana has received the first bale of this season's cotton. A majority of the Paris alder- men favor a $1.20 rate on the $100 valuation for this year. Did Mills vote against patting wool on the free list, as charged by Bailey in his recent tariff spcech? Dr. George M. Fortune, pastor of the majority faction of the First Baptist church at Paris,has resigned. The term of the Democratic postmaster at Leonard having ex- pired, Mr. R. C. May, a Republi- can has been appointed to that office. A Kentucky editor has the fol- lowing announcement standing in his columns: "A first-class paper, entered as second-class matter in a third-class post-of- fice." Hon. Robert J. Tracewell, of Indiana, has been appointed Comptr...

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

t tev 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 fe. (Daily except Sunday.) Leaves 8:45am Arrives 12:15 p m Leaves 4:30 p m Arrives 6:58 p m LOCAL NOTES. The members of the 0. F. F. Society entertained some of their young friends at the residence of W. H. Fiquet last Friday even- ing' ___ Oxford ties and slippers almost given away Saturday at J. L. Ware's. The City Marshal will hereafter strictly enforce the law in regard to lariating stock on the public streets. It is a violation of the city ordinance to do so. . Try a cup of invigorating San - tos coffee. Walcott & Crumley keep it in stock. Glasses were hurridly smoked yesterday morning in order to view the sun while in eclipse, be- ginning about 7:30 a. m. and continuing for about two hours. See that bed-room suit at Reed & Hulsey's for $12.50. ...

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

THE SNOW FORT. In Ihe happy days of boyhood, Five and thirty years ago (Life's golden ago of joyhood), We built castles of the snow. In the glittering drifts we quarried, And our mason work was rare As those mansions, many storied, Manhood fashions out of air. Though our rampants and our fosses Might have puzzled old Vauban, What cared we, the infant bosses, For old fogy rule or plan? Our outworks were the queerest Ever reared by human skill, But of names we chose the dearest— Every fort was Bunker Hill. How the parts of British leaders Went a-begging, one and all! How we all were earnest pleaders For front places 011 the wall! Boys detailed for service foreign Fell in line with clouded brow, Each one clamored to be Warren A"nd none wanted to be Howe. The battle—ah, we fought it Not at all by history's light; How the pesky English caught it, How they always lost the fight 1 In despite of truth we chased them, And, to facts entirely blind, As adown the hill we raced them How we peppe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 6 August 1897

COMMERCIAL V PRINTING OF ALL KINDS -at the- SIGNAL OFFICE. HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOL. 7. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday August 6, 1897, NO. 23 ALL JOB v printing \£> NEATLY DONE -at the- SIGNAL OFFICE. STATUE 'AMERICA' WASHED. Perilous Task on the Dome of the United States Capitol. Washington.—The bronze stat- ue of "America," surmounting the dome of the capitol, 288 feet from the ground, is being scrub- ed. The action of the atmos- phere and the electricity which plays around the statue gives it a greenish coating which has to be scrubbed off every four or five years. This is a big and perilous job. The man in charge of it is Albert Porch, the chief rigger of capitol. He has accomplished some re- markable climbing feats. When the Knights of Pythias meeting was held in Washington he placed a number of electric lights around the .statue and then, in sheer bravado, climbed upon the head and placing his feet against the bronze crest of feathers stood upright, with arms outstretched agains...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 6 August 1897

%H0£*eag iTtarflire. fiwrwafi. Signal Publishing Co., Publishes J. H. Lowry, - - - Editor. Entered at Honey Grove Postoiuce*as second- ■jlass mail matter. Office of Publication over Tost-Office.. SUBSCRIPTION! One Year $1 00 Six Months 60 Three Months 36 8TRICTLY IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK. Hon. John H. Reagan is an avowed candidate for U. S. Sen- ator from Texas. "First bales of the season" are quite common now. Paris re- ceived hers Wednesday evening. It was raised by Geo. H. Walker near Deport. Yesterday there was a general election in Tennessee, for and against calling a constitutional convention to frame a new con- stitution for the State. A cyclone passed over the farm of A. C. McDowell, near San Jose, 111., last Friday, completely destroying the house and barn, and killed seven persons. If the next house of represen- tatives does not have a majority of Democrats, Bailey will proba- bly shie his castor into the field, now occupied by Mills, Culber- son and Reaga...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 6 August 1897

fiiin'i nr-ir v .-- 6W"-W-ri-Ti«nmriifWt>T. ■Eras riiiini>iiii<iiftt'ni wrriku V i ♦ RAILWAY TIME-TABLES. texas and pacific. No. 34, Eastbound Cannon Ball leaves. 9:0Sa m No. 32, Eastbound Express leaves 3:16 p m No. 81, Westbound Express leaves 12:42 pm No. 33, Westbound Cannon Ball leaves 6:49 p m 8anta fe. (Daily except Sunday.) Leaves 8:45am Arrives 12:15 p m Leaves 4:30 p m Arrives 6:58 p m LOCAL NOTES. The boy stood on the burning deck, Deserted by the crew, For he had asked them one and all: "Is it hot enough for you?" L. J. Mullikin being quite sick. is reported as The annual camp meeting at McCraws chapel begins to-night. Burban Santa coffee, the best to be had, is for sale by Walcott & Crumley. Try it. The Peery drug stock is to be sold tomorrow to the highest bid- der. Elder Morton will preach at the Christian church next Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m., and at night. The machinery is arriving and being put in position for the Gal- braith & Stewart ginnery to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 6 August 1897

THE QUEEN OF CLUBS. Clubs of tlrree and clubs of a score, Isms and ologies more and hiore, Sapplio an«l Psyche clubs galore; Clubs of aichaeologic research, Clubs to consider the school and church, To cleanse from society every smirch; Clubs of science and clubs of song, For the righting and curing of every wrong That to mankind can ever belong ; Sanitation is their despair, Microbes, too, come in for a share; Tenement crowds and pure fresh air; Literature in every part, Sculpture, history, knowledge, art, Analysis of the home and heart; Social and economic laws, Crime and poverty clause on clause, Man's degeneracy the cause. I sit alone by my glowing grate. I feel that the century waxeth late. My wife is studying church and state. Cyclopedias piled up still, Of dictionaries I've had my fill, Huxley and Darwin, Spencer and Mill. I think of my grandmother's easy chair, Her knitting in peace by the chimney there, Her stories, and then of her tranquil air. And I wonder sometimes, thoug...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 13 August 1897

m f;£k* comme^cifll —^ nli!i|r;P I T I N 0 Sjjl1"""' of all kinds -at the HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOL. 7. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday August 13, 1897, NO. 24 all job, CVPRINTINGAD neatly done -at the preacher gave the lie. Pastor Pettit's Wild Words.—Said Some Members Were Liars and intimated They Were Thieves. Camden, N. J., August 1.— "There are liars in this church or those who hold bills against it are liars. Either this whole com- munity is a set of liars or some of the members of this church are liars, and I hold in my possession enough evidence to send some of them to the State prison." These sentences came from the Rev. George A. Pettit, as he stood with dishevelled hair and flinched fists in the pulpit of the ¥ Memorial Methodist Protestant church this morning. The congregation was in an uproar and for a momeut it look- ed like there were probabilities of serious consequences, but oil was poured upon the troubled waters. It is simply an armed truce, how- ever, and the trouble ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 13 August 1897

Signal Publishing Co., Publish'rs J. H. Lowry, - - - Editor. Entered at Honey Grove Postoffice as second- llass mail mattei. Office of Publication over Post-Office. SUBSCRIPTION! One Year $1 00 Six. Months 60 Three Months 35 strictly in advance. PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK. During the past year the scho- lastic population of Texas has in- creased 24,598. Randolph, this county, day last Saturday, when a option election was held. went local "To Klondike or freeze," or "to the coast country or bust"— you pay your money and take your choice. Lamar county's new court house is nearing completion. Its cost will reach $100,000 and will be furnished at a cost of about $17,000. If the government finally de- cides to establish armor plate fac- tories, Birmingham, Ala., stands a good chance for a factory at that point. Mob law and lynchings are to be deplored, but not so much as the acts that call them forth. Let the rapist and murderer begin the reformation. The state board of education appo...

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