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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 13 August 1897

* ¥ RAILWAY TIME-TABLES. TEXAS AND PACIFIC. No. 34, Kastbound 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 pm Arrives 6:58 p m LOCAL NOTES. Mrs. Wiley Hulsey has been quite sick for the past few days. For Sale—Registered Jersey cow and two heifer calves, for cash or good notes. T. U. Cole. Tony Thouston and another negro by the name of Henderson became involved in a difficulty at the barbacue last week which resulted in Henderson receiving several flesh wounds from Tony's noted corkscrew. aa A system our city is a near future. of waterworks possibility of for the Get Reed & Hulsey's prices on side-boards, extension tables and bed-room suits before you buy Fred Williamson has been suf- fering intese pain for the past few days with a bone fellon on his finger. Walcott & Crumley have the fi...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 13 August 1897

IN LOVE'S TENDER KEEPING: Hold me a little away from the world; Dear arms, with your tenderest clinging. The bird with its breast to the blue singetli sweet, But the stars never answer its singing. The cold lights but lure us to lead us astray, The thorn's iu the red of the rose of the May. Lead me to love, dear, and teach me to pray. Hold me 6 little away from the world, Dear arms, with your firm clasp and tender, For the lights on the heights stream through desolate nights, A tempest of tears in the splendor. 'Tis the gleam and the dream that would lead us astray. The keen thorns have crimsoned the roses of May. Lead me to love, dear, and teach me to pray. —Frank L. Stanton in Ladies' Home Journal. A THRILLING RIDE. It was in the smoking room of a hotel that four commercial travelers recently sat in a circle and ex- changed stories. One of them was a swarthy, keen eyed westerner of some 40 years of age. A story had just been finished when the dark haired man knocked the ashes off ...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 20 August 1897

COMMERCIAL- PRINTING OF all KINDS -at the- HONEY GROVE SIGNAL VOL. 7. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday August 20, 1897, NO. 25 ALL JOB CVPRINTING'XD NEATLY DONE -at the- HAL OFFICE 0 THE GOLD FEVER. Old king Cole was a merry old soul, And a merry old soul was he, So he called for his pipe, And he called for his bowl, And he called for his fiddlers three. They brought his pipe and they brought his bowl, And they brought them speedily, But he called with his might, And he called with his soul, But in vain for the fiddlers three. He looked up high and he looked down low, And not a one could he see. So he called for his man, And he told him to go Where he thought they would likely be. The man went West with a merry heart, Oh, away off West went he, And he found all the men In a Klondyke part, And they captured some millions three. And old King Cole, the merry old soul, When he heard their history, He called for his pick, And he called for his bowl, And he sailed for the Bering Sea. —Montreal ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 20 August 1897

Signal Publishing Co., Publish'rs J. H. Lowry, - - - Editor. Entered at Honey Grove Postoffice as second- llass mail matteT. 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. Bonham's first bale brought 7 cents. New York, Aug. 16.—$310,000 in gold was received from Ha- vana to-day by New York bank- ers. The county board of examiners meet in Bonham to-day and to- morrow for the purpose of exam- ining applicants for teachers' certificates. It is said that at a spiritualistic seance in St.Paul recently. A young lady stuck her hat pin in a ghost. The ghost swore in four different languages. ) Hon. B. Q. Evans, of Green- ville, is in receipt of a-letter from Gov. C. A. Culberson, in which he announces himself as a can- didate for the U. S. Senate next year. The patter of the rain drops on the cotton leaves in central and southern Texas last week were heard in the cotton exchange in New Yo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 20 August 1897

->s ft. r* 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 8:45 am Arrives 12:15 p m Leaves 4:30 p m Arrives 6:58 p m LOCAL NOTES. The campmeeting at McCraw's Chapel came to a close last Sun- day night. Two "half frys" only 40 cents at Fritz Messerer's. Mrs. Henry Crumpecker had a congestive chill Monday evening last and died about 2 o'clock Tuesday morning. Big stock of new goods at the lowest prices at J. L. Ware's. His prices are the talk of the town. Miss Mary Allen entertained quite a number of her friends at her father's home east of the city Wednesday night. All report a delightful time. TENT for sale at Hilliard & Co.'s, photographers. The young people enjoyed a social at the residence of Mr. E. F. Wortham last Thursday night. Quite a number were in attend- ance ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 20 August 1897

THE WAIF. Just a lonoly little maiden from the city's dust and heat, A. homeless, lonely little waif, with lblue eyes sad and sweet. No father's hand with thoughtful care the lit- tle life had blessed, No mother's touch of love had e'er the tangled hair caressed. Her ears had heard sin's blasphemies, her cheeks had folt its blows, And in the wide, wide city she had lived, just how, God knows. But now, out to the country—kind hearts had planned the way- She rode to breathe the summer breath a fort- night and a day. Oh, joy of all that journey, and sweeter joy to come, When Farmer Stebbins took her to liis pleasant upland home! The wide, old fashioned wagon was a chariot with wings, And the big house on the hillside looked grander than a king's. All the beaming bliss of sunshine, all the woodland's song and stir, All the bloom of rural beauty was paradise to her, And the hum of bees that wandered in the daisy fields all day Was music of another world that stole her heart away. She kne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 27 August 1897

IERCI0L- PRINTING-# __0F ALL KINDS -at the- HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOL. 7. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday August 27, 1897, NO. 26 ALL JOB^ Cv PRINTING \D NEATLY DONE -at the- SIGNAL OFFICE. THE ENGLISH ROTHSCHILDS. The Origin and Development of the Greatest Money Power in the World.—As Described in Harper's "Round Table." "Rich as a Rothschild" has for many years throughout the civil- ized world been a typical expres- sion for a man of immense wealth. Others have shown equal talents • for money making, to be sure, as for example, Barney Barnato, who recently committed suicide, and is said to have accnmnlated a fortune of $300,000,000 within the last ten years. Or one might cite the. late Jay Gould, in our own country, who turned every- thing he touched to gold. But in the case of the Rothschilds, all the different banking houses con- ducted by the separate members 1 support one another in great transactions, so that they are practically one at need. As they represent or control in total mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 27 August 1897

S&BWSrti liiaBi^Mtfwwwwrwiwiw^ irnfefei^at 'T«iM6ft#iiifiiiwi% iP* irt*^^ 11? GBOTB SIGMA1. Signal Publishing Co., Publishes J. H. Lowry, - - - Editor. Entered at Honey Grove Postofflce as second- ■jlass mail mattei. Office of Publication over Post-Office. SUBSCRIPTIONS One Year 81 00 Six Months 60 Three Months 36 STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK, The new Texas Board of Par- dons organized Aug. 20th. The wheat market has over- shadowed the dealings of the sugar trust. A dispatch to the New York Herald states that San Salvador has adopted the gold standard. A wood haulers' convention is called to meet in Bonham next Wednesday, at 10 o'clock a. m. There is a growing demand throughout the Southern States for Texas oats. The people want them for seed. Ex-Secretary of the Interior, D. B. Francis, of St. Louis,clear- ed $300,000 on his wheat deals, within the past two weeks. The money paid by the State to Fannin county in 1896 for its public schools amounted to more ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 27 August 1897

*?> { ► mi -n < Hi'n r niii' -n'lnrT'ii ■wnafaa mis mmrn rrwri lywrftW-imr ron jJall leaves. 9:08 a 1 'ress leaves 3:16 p i ^Jc'press leaves 12:42 p i ^^jannon Ball leaves 6:49 p i santa fe. (Daily except Sunday.) 7:20 a. m, 5':.. 12:15 p. m, 1 tves 5:00p. in. ^Arrives * 8:50 p,m. LOCAL NOTES. The public schools of the city will open Monday, September 6. Red hot chille at Fritz Messer- er's. Born—A little girl baby, Wed- nesday to Mr. and Mrs. Benj. J. Walcott, on 14th street. The biggest thing in town is the "Verity'! writing tablet at Scher- er & Murrays for five cents. Jim Shaw is the .proudest and happiest man in town—a boy Wednesday. Get Reed & Hulsey's prices on side-boards, extension tables and bed-room suits before you buy M. C. Mhoon and Smith Lee3 with their families, have moved to the Barnett residence on Main street. Lar)d for Rer)t—For terms and further particulars call on H. M. Hill, or R. J. Thomasat Planters National Bank. George Floyd is the happy fath...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 27 August 1897

rrmtnif THE OLD STORY. They stood beside the fence that raa Between their fathers' farms. He leaned upon the topmost rail His strong and brawny arms. Her shoulder just came up to them. A slender maid was she, Yet that she ruled that stalwart youth Was very plain to see. Ah, earnestly he spoke to her. The burning words he said She seemed to hear and heed, and yet She lifted not her head, For on some daisies in her hand Her eyes were fixed, and these She plucked to pieces one by one And cast upon the breeze. As the last leaf she plucked and flung It on the wind, she turned Her eyes to his and saw the love Within their depths that burned, And then at last she seemed to cast All doubt, all fear aside. Her love she did confess and gave Her troth to be his bride. Over the fence he lightly leaped And clasped her to his breast, And to her cheek, that brightly burned, His glowing lips he pressed. Then, as the sunset's rosy glow Brightened the peaceful land, With happy hearts toward her home ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 3 September 1897

"ilJLHI COMMERCIAL «iii|HPR IJV TIN 0 OF ALL KINDS -at the- SIGNAL OFFICE. HONEY GROVE SIGNAL VOL. 7. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday September 3, 1897, NO. 27 ALL JOB PRINTING o NEATLY DONE -at the FNAL OFFICE. TRIED TO INSURE GUITEAU. A Joke That Helped to Kill Deathbed In- surance In Pennsylvania. The following is the story of the pretended effort to insure Guiteau's life. The scheme was conceived by two young lawyers, and, although they began it as a joke, there were many who took it seriously. One of its results was to help to kill "deathbed insurance" in the eastern part of the United States. Garfield was shot in July, 1881, and the trial of the assassin began in November, 1881, and ended with a verdict of guilty on Jan. 25, 1882. Guiteau was hanged on June 30, 1882. At this time the deathbed in- surance craze was at high water mark, many of the companies tak- ing all kinds of risks. One evening in February, 1882, two young attor- neys here were talking of Guiteau, for whom an appl...

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

ONEI GROYE SIGNAL. Signal Publishing Co. J. H. Lowry, - - Publish'rs - Editor. Entered at Honey Grove Fostoffice as sccond- ■jlass mail matter. Office of Publication over Post-Office. SUBSCRIPTION! OnlB Year $1 00 Six Months 60 Three Months 35 StBICTLY IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK. Texas has more offices. patriots than Crain Sayers Wynne's Jester runnin' for gover—who threw that brick? No, Johnny, Mr. Hogg is not a professional wood sawyer. True, he is sawing wood, but it is sen- atorial timber. Hon. Joseph D. Sayers and Col. R. M. Wynne are the latest to announce as candidates for governor of Texas. Capt. Nathan Mitchell, a vet- eran of San Jacinto, and one of the pioneers of Texas, died at his home in San Antonio last Mon- day. The long suffering public is anxiously awaiting the announce- ment that Mrs. Lease has taken her departure for the Klon- dike. A young man named Winn, working at the McCain & Deitz gin, at Bogota, Red River coun- ty, had his arm cut off abo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 3 September 1897

N. 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 7:20 a.m. Arrives 12:15 p. m. Leaves 5:00p. m. Arrives 8:50p,m. Winter Turf Oals, Rye, Barley, Turnip Seed, Alfalfa, Fresh stockof Seed, Feed, Grain and Gro- ceries. Most Goods for the Least Money. E. W. WALKER, West Side Square, Honey Grove. Work is progressing on the John Pearce and W. N. Sadler residences, and an effort is being made to have them ready for oc- cupancy by Oct. 1. See that bed-room suit at Reed & Hulsey's for $12.50. Three pieces and French plate mirrow. A great bargain. Lewis Allen, colored,who forg- ed an order on M. Z. Files for .50 and presented it at Under- wood's store for collection, had his trial last Tuesday and was given two years in the pen. Do not fail to see our new clothing department. It is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 3 September 1897

"I AM HER SLAVE!'' I am her slave. Ah, this 1 know, Although she would not have it so! The truth my heart could not deny When her dear face first met my eye, That golden day six months ago. 'Twas summer then. Now chill winds blow. The fields then green are white witli snow. The world has changed, but still I sigh- I am her slave! Summer again will throb and glow. The icebound brooks will laughing flow. Will my sweetheart then pass me by, Or will her smile be glad, though shy, When once again to her I show I am her slave? -Virginia Van de Water in Harper's Bazar. SAVED BY A FLASH. "Father," said my son Donald to me one day—"father, how do they take these -wonderful photographs of lightning flashes that are printed in The Strand Magazine? They don't know when a flash is coming and can't make it stay still while they photograph it, can they?" "Not likely," I laughingly re- plied. "The lightning 'takes' itself. If there is a thunderstorm at night, all that is necessary is to put a sen- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 10 September 1897

CO/WMERC!^ PRINTING OF ALL K'NDS -AT THE mm a**: HONEY GROVE, SIGNAL. VOL, 7. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday September 3, 1897, NO. 27 NATE AND MATE. The Love That Two Splendid Worses Had For Each Other. "I never waste affection upon a horse," said the dealer. "They care nothing for their master or theii home or each other. All they care for is their fodder." "They are not all like that," said a lady who was looking over the fine lot from the west, with the in- tention of making a purchase. "I remember an elegant pair of Mor- gan horses, Nate and Mate, brother and sister, owned in Northfield, Mass., when I was a child. They were raised in northern Vermont, and when they were first brought to Massachusetts they were sold to two different men, but they were so homesick and balky that they were of no use until Mr. Eastman, an in- telligent farmer, divined the trou- ble and purchased them both. "They worked or drove nicely in double harness, but one day Mrs. Eastman, having occasion to driv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 10 September 1897

"THE SHIP IS HERE." And with it, the following consignments, direct from the CITY of NEW YORK, marked Williamson,Blocker & Co.,Honey Grove, Texas, "Rate Freight New York via water Galveston," .02 cts per 100 pounds. This Low rate of freight is unprecedented in the History of the Water Trafic, and we have the benefit of it. Here is what wa have received this week, and are not through unloading yet. . I Full Carload of TRUNKS, I Carload of Staple Dry Goods, I Car of Hats, Linens, Gents Furnish- ing Goods and Clothing, Millinery, Pants, Dress Trimmings, Caps and Jackets, Notions and Fancy Goods. We havn't the space and time to enumerate all the articles that we have just received, but suffice it to say, that we have everything carried in a first-class, up-to-date Dry Goods Store, and bought direct from Headquarters, and we propose to save the good people of Honey Grove and vicinity some money on their fall purchases. We have the most perfectly bought, up-to-date, line of Medium and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 10 September 1897

V HONEY 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 santa fe. (Daily except Sunday.) Leaves 7:20 a.m. Arrives 12:15 p. m. Leaves 5:00p. m. Arrives 8:50 p,m. Winter Turf Oats, Rye, Barley, Turnip Seed, Alfalfa. Fresh stochof Seed, Feed, Grain and Gro- ceries. Most Goods for the Least Money. E. W. WALDER, West Side Square, Honey Grove. Miss Emma McCleary left last Friday for Kosse, where she will teach in the public schools. Our stock oi clothing is im- mense. Come and give us a look. Williamson, Blocker & Co' Miss Lula Smith begins her Kindergarten School next Mon- day at the Mrs. Meyer place, just south of the Presbyterian church. For Sale A second - hand buggy. Apply to M. C. Mhoon & Co. Bio Bargains -AT- The little babe of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. T. McDaniel died last Satur- day night and was bur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 10 September 1897

THE LAST LEAF. I saw him once before, And he passed by the door, And again The pavement stones resound As he totters o'er the ground With his cane. They say that in his time, 'Ere the pruning knife of Time Cut him down, Not a better man was found By the crier on his round Through the town. But now he walks the streets And he looks at all he meets Sad and wan, And he shakes his feeble head, That it seems as if he said, "They are gone." The mossy marbles rest On the lips that he has prest In their bloom, And the names he loved to hear Have been carved for many a year On the tomb. My grandmamma has said- Poor old lady, she is dead, Long ago— That he had a Roman nose, And his cheek was like a rose In the snow. But now his nose is thin And it rests upon his chin Like a staff. And a crook is in his back, Aud a melancholy crack In his laugh. I know it is a sin For me to sit and grin At him here, But the old, three cornered hat, And the breeches, and all that, Are so queer I And if 1 should...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 17 September 1897

frr^.iyicfr'fs^regvr. i'MrWhfWaHWMI COMMERCIfll —^ I PRINTING OF ALL KINDS -at the- HONEY GROVE SIGNAL VOL. 7. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday September 17, 1897, NO. 29 ALL JOB Cv PRINTING\D NEATLY DGNK -AT THE SIGNAL OFFICE. To Benefit Others. The Editor of The Blcomfield Iowa Farmer Writes of the Good Done by DR. MILES' MEW HEART CURE. i*M"4HEEE ARE a great many unselfish men and women who wish others to know what has restored them to health and happiness. Mr. C. F. Davis, pub- lisher of one of the best newspapers in Iowa, writes from Bloomfield la., Aug 181896. "My desire to benefit others prompts me to write this. We have used Dr. Miles' Eemedies in my family for nearly two years with most gratifying results. We would'nt now do with- I out them. My wife had been weakly and down nearly every summer for the past fifteen years. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure is exactly what I its name implies; a sure cure for a weak, fluttering, palpitating heart, and Dr. Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills are most e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 17 September 1897

"THE SHIP And with it, the following consignments, direct from the CITY of NEW YORK, marked Williamson,Blocker & Co.,Honey Grove, Texas, "Rate Freight New York via water Galveston," .02 cts per 100 pounds. This Low rate of freight is unprecedented in the History of the Water Trafic, and we have the benefit of it. Here is what wa have received this week, and are not through unloading yet. I Full Carload of TRUNKS, I Carload of Staple Dry Goods, I Car of Hats, Linens, Gents Furnish- ing Goods and Clothing, Millinery, Pants, Dress Trimmings, Gaps and Jackets, Notions and Fancy Goods. We havn't the space and time to enumerate all the articles that we have just received, but suffice it to say, that we have everything carried in a first-class, up-to-date Dry Goods Store, and bought direct from Headquarters, ' and we propose to save the good people of Honey Grove and vicinity some money on their fall purchases. We have the most perfectly bought, up-to-date, line of Medium and Fine dres...

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