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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 22 October 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 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. Jow III Your Poclel, If you buy goods at WALDER'S. They are fresh and cheap. Horse Radish, Mustard, Hot Stuff, Tobasco Sauce, Poultry Seasoning, New Crop of Sauces, Jellies, Preserves, Pickles and Canned Goods. Evaporated Peaches, Apples, Raspberries, Blackberries, Apricots, Grapes, Corn, H. O. Hominy,Wheat,Oats, and Lye Hominy. Also Dishes, Lamps, Glassware, Tea Sets, Chamber Sets, Granite, Colum- bian and Tinware, Meat, Flour, Lard, Syrups, Sugars, Coffee, Feed and Seed. Most Goods for the Least Money E. W. WILDER, West Side Square, Wednesday was the biggest cotton day of the season so far; 884 bales were received. The re- ceipts have been heavy every day this week...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 22 October 1897

THE WHIRLWIND ROAD. The muses wrapped in mysteries of light Came in a rush of music on the night, And I was lifted wildly on quick wings And borne away into the heart of things. The dead doors of my being broke apart, A wind of rapture blew across the heart, The inward song of worlds rang still and clear, I felt the mystery the muses fear, Yet they went swiftening on the ways untrod And hurled me breathless at the feet of God. I felt faint touches of the final truth, Moments of trembling love, moments of youth. A vision swept away the human wall. Slowly I saw the meaning of it all- Meaning of life and time and death and birth— But cannot tell it to the men of earth. I only point the way, and they must go The whirlwind road of song if they would know —Charles Edwin Markham in Scribner'a. a captain's widow. Wh«;n Matilda Hartley was 20 years of age and living not the hap- piest of lives with a crabbed old aunt, who had brought her np, there came into the village of Rudleigh, wher« she...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 29 October 1897

COMMERCI0L- -n|^PR IN TIH G OF ALL KINDS -at the- Restor© SENSATIONAL TRIAL. Prominent Georgia Merchants Con- victed of Complicity in Train Robbing. Chattanooga, Tenn., Oct. 23.— The most sensational trial in the history of the South for the past twenty-five years came to a close to-day. For weeks past the Bo- hannon gang of train robbers have been on trial at Dalton, Ga. and also prominent merchants for receiving stolen goods and being otherwise implicated in the big robberies unearthed. The merchants and others have been convicted from day to day until every merchant in the town except one has been found guil- ty< To-day was the day for sen- tencing the convicted ones. Tre- menduoua pressure was brought to bear on Judge Fite to make the sentences light,but he refused all entreaties and in each case fear- lessly administered the law and gave the full penalty. The following members of the train robbers'gang were sentenc- ed: Walter Bohannon, chief, 10 years; Tom Kinneman, 5 years...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 29 October 1897

wxm □oaoOoQouoouoooa oOOOoiooo uu^O&oTMvOJDT^r^O&UCyO^'n^jh SljooiDooooO ooIdoooooooooo rsnio OOIO Our Competitors Sit in Their Vacant Stores, Watching the Customers Pass Their Doors" (Copyrighted) Going to WILLIKMSOR BLOGKER & GO.'S to find a Big Stock of Well Selected Dry Goods and General Merchandise, The balance of the above poem will be in next week's paper, conditionally, that the trade will give our poetical salesman time to finish it. The fact of the business, we have not had time to even change our standing advertisements, being so rushed in waiting on the great crowds of surging customers anx- g ious to be waited on. We are sorry that we cannot accommodate our trade with a more elaborate poem gj this week, but will promise to sell you the best values in Dry Goods and at prices that cannot be dupli- cated, and will let our competitors entertain you in the poetical line. We are receiving this week:—A most beautiful line of Handkerchiefs, Plush Capes—from $2.50 to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 29 October 1897

i \ 4 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 m SANTA FE. (Daily except Sunday.) Leaves 7:20a.m. Arrives Leaves 5:00p.m. Arrives 8:50p.m. J If you buy goods at WALDER'S. They are fresh and cheap. Horse Radish, Mustard, Hot Stuff, Tobasco Sauce, Poultry Seasoning, New Crop of Sauces, Jellies, Preserves, Pickles and Canned Goods. Evaporated Peaches, Apples, Raspberries, Blackberries, Apricots, Grapes, Corn, H. O. Hominy,Wheat,Oats, and Lye Hominy. Also Dishes, Lamps, Glassware, Tea Sets, Chamber Sets, Granite, Colum- bian and Tinware, Meat, Flour, Lard, Syrups, Sugars, Coffee, Feed and Seed. Most Goods for tie Least Money E. w. walder, West Side Square. LOCAL NOTES. Rev. R. A. Gay, of Wolfe City, was in the city Wednesday. Seed Oats for sale. Miller. See G. G. Red hot chille at Fritz Messer- er's. Dr. Fanning is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 29 October 1897

HONEY GROVE, WEDNESDAY. QPCjPiSl This is POSITIVELY the ONLY CIRCUS that will, or can, visit Texas this year OrtUlHl and the last show to exhibit in his Stat** until the high license is reduce! TH E- ON LY* EXHIBITION OP-HEROIC 2 Biggest Menageries,,^ 2 Biggest Circuses. fil Millions I Glorious est fiippodromeS m W rfe^t (jfea m. r (rcarion's QoWm En)ii)ei)f Attractions sf All Nations. A Permanent Onion of the World's Acknowledged Amusement Giants. miut Trrrrmrniiinn^ h.(ASTERLYSKiaBYEM.NENT(42 LEND!D IlUISTRA Great Stores of Exclusive Features. Great Programmes of Greatest Feats. tp\ a 1 C\ Greatest menageries. VV v J Greatest Circuses. Greatest Hippodromes.. A greater return for the money than anyone would ever dream of asking. The circus maximus of modern times. 4 Great Rings, 2 Great Stages, Great Aerial Sensations, Great Revolving Pedestal of Art, All the Truly Great Per- formers, 100 Great Acts. The Greatest Male and Female Bareback Equestrians. Great Mid-Air Originalities in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 5 November 1897

i VI COMMERCIfJL- IJhPR IN TIH G ^i1" OF ALL KINDS at the SIGNAL OFFICE. ALL JOB HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. \ PRINTING \D NEATLY DONE -AT THE VOL. 7. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday November 5, (897, NO. 36 V A. S. Murray and Wife SPRINGFIELD, MO. Restored to Health by Dr. Miles' Restore* tive Nervine. ME. MURRAY, engineer for Keet & Rountree Mercantile Co., Spring- field, Mo., writes: "I suffered from dyspepsia, was unable to eat anything with- out severe distress. Treated by several physicians without benefit, I became almost a physical wreck and unable to attend to f my work. I took Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine and in six weeks I was well. My I wife had a severe at- tack of La Grippe which brought on troubles peculiar to her sex. The Restor- ative Nervine is the I only thing that has helped her. We both I hope you will use this in a way to help others as we have been." Dr. Miles' Remedies are sold by all drug- gists under a positive guarantee, first bottle benefits or money refunded. B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 5 November 1897

■ ' "Our Competitors Sit in Their Vacant Stores, the Customers Pass Their Doors" (Copyrighted) Going to WILL1KM80N, BLOCKER $ GO,'8 to find a Big Stock of Wall Selected Dry Goods and General Merchandise,, The balance of the above poem will be in next week's paper, conditionally, that the trade will give our poetical salesman time to finish it. The fact of the business, we have not had time to even change our standing advertisements, being so rushed in waiting on the great crowds of surging customers anx- ious to be waited on. We are sorry that we cannot accommodate our trade with a more elaborate poem this week, but will promise to sell you the best values in Dry Goods and at prices that cannot be dupli- cated, and will let our competitors entertain you in the poetical line. We are receiving this week:—A most beautiful line of Handkerchiefs, Plush Capes—from $2x0 to Embroideries, Dress Braids and Trimmings, Ladies and Gentlemen's Underwear, Hosiery, Suits Overcoats and Blankets—10 c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 5 November 1897

HONEY GROVE SIGNAL-Supplement. Cotton receipts up to last night exceeded 17,000 bales—all bought from wagons. * "Dutchess" pants are the best made. Try a pair. Price, Pro vine & Gray. People are attending the Dallas Fair right along. The yellow fe- ver scare has played out and is not interfering with the great show or its attendance. If you desire to go to Dallas, pull out, there's no fever in Texas nor any probability that there will beany. The prettiest hats in town can be found at Mrs. R. L. Wood's. The ladies generally know this, and those who don't \yiil be con- vinced by calling at Mrs. Wood's store and inspecting her stock. Mr. John S. Erwin writes from Galveston that his son Donald has had what is known there as yellow fever and has fully recov- ered. Clarence Smith, who is attending medical college there, writes that he is not'''exactly un- easy but would feel safer some- where else." Prof. T. W. Perfect has accept- ed a position in 'the Bonharn Academy and entered upon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 5 November 1897

HONEY GROVE SIGNAL -Supplement. Yesterday was Honey Grove day at county court and quite a number of our citizens went to Bonham. We have an elegant line toilet and medicated soaps. Bradley & Binnion. of The contest over the Sheriff's office in Delta county has finally been settled in favor of Turbe- ville, the Democrat. The case has been in court two years or more. Keasler's " photographs are simply fine. Have him to do your work and you will be pleased—at Hilliard's old gallery, Honey Grove. Although yellow fever has been raging in New Orleans nearly two months the number of deaths had only reached 100 Wednes- day. Any person suffering from a severe cold would do well to trade his malady for a case of yellow jack. The great big show is coming. Everybody get ready and have your photos made that day at Keasler's, the new photographer, at Hilliard's old gallery, Honey Grove. Killed by the Train. Last Saturday morning about 3 o'clock a negro girl named Ida Wells was killed by a fre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 5 November 1897

gEWIWiTM * 4 EOSET BROVH MIL. 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 Arrives t'no£'™' Leaves q'ka SJ' Arrives 8:50 p,m. LOCAL NOTES. Cotton receipts up to date, nearly 23,000 bales. Seed Oats for sale. See G. G. Miller. Thos. Lovelace, of Bonham, was in the city Sunday. See our new fall derby hats. W. Underwood. Mr. Jno. A. Guthrie has been quite sick for several days. Fancy Oat Meal, the best of breakfast foods, just in at Wal- cott & Crumley's. Mrs. J. P. Russell visited friends in Bonham this week. Do not forget we carry the Schilling Corset Co's goods. W. Underwood. Editor Love went to White - wright Monday in the interest of the Home Forum order. New York Counts—the largest and fattest Fresh Oysters to be had—at J. H. Lloyd's. Miss Mabel Wallace, of Lan- nius,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 5 November 1897

EWfcE THE VILLAGE LAD AT PLAY. What matter that his trousers bear A patch on either knee, • Since roses in his round cheeks glow, While sparkling glance and light laugh show A spirit blithe and free? With grimy hand he knuckles down To let a marble fly, intently scans the sphere's swift flight And chuckles in his deep delight When luck approves his eye. No mercenary gamester he That craves a rival's blood, As quick to share Dame Fortune's smiles As e'er he is to court her wiles— A gentleman in bud. He has not heard the city's far, Insistent voices call, Yet not a bird in wood or field Nests long from his keen gaze concealed- He knows and loves them all. No cares oppress nor sorrows dim The joys his projects bring. For all life long or for a day I'd rather be that boy at play Than president or king. —Frank Putnam in Chicago Times-Herald. HOW HE GOT A MEAL. Drifter halted on the- clubhouse steps the other night, listened pa- tiently to a hard luck story from a beggar and gave him with...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 12 November 1897

/ m COMMERCIAL———l IN TIH G QF ALL KINDS -at the- SIGNAL OFFICE. HONEY GRQVE SIGNAL. VOL. 7. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday November 12, 1897, NO. 37 ALL JOB Cv PRINTING \D NEATLY DONE -AT THE SIGNAL OFFICE. BILL JOHNSON ON RELIGION. I hain't 110 stickler fellers, On sich ez sects an creeds,, But judges folks accordin' To the natur ov thur deeds. The man what's got religion, Dead solid in his heart, Will alius face the music, An' do a hero's part. Hit makes him give back money, Found layin in the road; Hit makes him help a feller, To lug along his load Hit makes him strong and happy, Under enny sort ov loss; Hit makes him state pertick'lers, When tradin' ov a hoss. Hit makes him hold his temper, When wife or chillun frets; Hit makes him save his money, An' pay his honest debts. No matter what may arise, He'll do the best he can; In every deal you'll find him, A straight, squar-up man. —Ex. REELFOOT OUTING CLUB HER FIRST TRIP. A Young Georgia Maiden's Financial Embarrassment She was a fa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 12 November 1897

V - A ' \i . - .iv I QoGoOOOTqooQ<oot OG^^ ojnoooTOPnJQoOAO noonooooo OOIO Sit in Their Vacant Stores, Watching the Customers Pass Their Doors" (Copyrighted) I Going to WILLIRMSON- BLOCKER & GO.'S to find a Big Stock I of Well SelBGtsd Org Goods and General Merchandise, <c. - sag <CC |g The balance of the above poem will be in next week's paper, conditionally, that the trade will give §g our poetical salesman time to finish it. The fact of the business, we have not had time to even change Jg our standing advertisements, being so rushed in waiting on the great crowds of surging customers anx- M ® ious to be waited on. We are sorry that we cannot accommodate our trade with a more elaborate poem M I this week, but will promise to sell you the best values in Dry Goods and at prices that cannot be dupli- U H cated, and will let our competitors entertain you in the poetical line. f p We are receiving this week:—A most beautiful line of Handkerchiefs, Plush Capes—from $2 co to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 12 November 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 FE. (Daily except Sunday.) Leaves 7:20 a.m. Arrives 12:15p.m. Leaves 5:00p.m. Arrives 8:50 p. m. LOCAL NOTES. Sam Shaw spent Sunday in Greenville. Corn and hay for sale. See G. G. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. We3s Gross are entertaining a new son. Red hot chille at Fritz Messer- er's. Joe McKee has purchased the W. T. Clark place on East Market street. Rev. J. H. Taylor has returned from San Antonio and will occu- py his pulpit Sunday. Mrs. J. E. Allen, of Jefferson, arrived in the city Wednesday evening on a visit to relatives. We have a good heavy jeans that we will sell at 12 1-2. Price, Provine & Gray. Eld. A. H. Darnell has been employed to serve the Christian church as pastor until January 1st. Mrs. C. C. Murphy and family, of San Antonio, are spending a few d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 12 November 1897

i 1 inwnrrTtiiff-iihimnwiwm LOVE TO THE END. 'A basket of flowers, my darling," Hie dear old man said to his wife, 'For one who has been for a lifetime The joy and the pride of my life. •They are not the flowers of our childhood Or youth's tender roses of June, But the beautiful blossoms of autumn, With which our old hearts are iu tune. 'The beauty, love, never has faded For me since the first day we met, Still softening a face full of kindness. And one the world scarce can forget. ■'This love is a true golden wedding- Good gold, that is free from alloy. Our fifty year voyage has brought fruitage, Our tenderness, comfort and joy. •'Our bark has well nigh reached the harbor, Our anchor lies ready to cast. With hand clasped in hand, ever ready, We'll love, still love on, to the last. ''A basket of flowers, my darling," Bo said, with his gray head cast down. "Oar dear little grandchilaren clamor To weave you a fair bridal crown." —ilrs. M. A. Kidder in New York Ledger. A WEAK WOMAN. "T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 19 November 1897

COMMERCIAL- =PRINTIH0# OF ALL KINDS HONEY GROVE SIGNAL -at the- ALL JOB. CY PRINTING >0 NEATLY DON! -AT THE SIGNAL OFFICE. VOL. 7. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday November 19, 1897, NO. 38 THE HAWAIIAN TREATY. The Administration Said to be Sure of Its Passage Early in the Session. New York, Nov. 12.—A dis- patch to the Herald from Wash- ington says: Ratification of the Hawaiian annexation treaty by the United States Senate is assured. The administration -has made a poll of that body and President Mc- Kinley is satisfied that more than two-thirds of the senators will vote for the ratification. When the treaty was submitted to the Senate on June 16 last the Herald stated that fifty - seven Senators could be depended on to vote in favor of the instrument. Eleven Senators were given as doubtful and twenty-one opposed to ratification. The administra- tion has ascertained the views of the men who were then in doubt, and President McKiniey is now depending on sixty-one senators for the treat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 19 November 1897

"Our Competitors Sit in Their Vacant Stores, Watching the Customers Pass Their Doors" (Copyrighted) Going to WILLIAMSON, BLOCKER ft GO,'8 to find a Big Stock of Well SBlactsd Dry Goods and General Merchandise,, The balance of the above poem will be in next week's paper, conditionally, that the trade will give our poetical salesman time to finish it. The fact of the business, we have not had time to even change our standing advertisements, being so rushed in waiting on the great crowds of surging customers anx- ious to be waited on. We are sorry that we cannot accommodate our trade with a more elaborate poem this week, but will promise to sell you the best values in Dry Goods and at prices that cannot be dupli- cated, and will let our competitors entertain you in the poetical line. We are receiving this week:—A most beautiful line of Handkerchiefs, Plush Capes—from $2.50 to $7.^0, Embroideries, Dress Braids and Trimmings, Ladies and Gentlemen's Underwear, Hosiery, Suits, Overcoats an...

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

V m 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 m SANTA FE. (Daily except Sunday.) Leaves....... 7:20 a.m. Arrives 12:15p.m. Leaves 5:00p.m. Arrives 8:50 p,m. LOCAL NOTES. Cotton receipts up to date, nearly 30,000 bales. The staple is still rolling in. Corn and hay for sale. See G. G. Miller. Rev. A. L. Barr preached at Ladonia last Sunday morning and night. Red hot chille at Fritz Messer- er's. ______ See our new fall derby hats. W. Underwood. Mrs. L. M. Hale left Wednes- day for her old home in Iowa, in response to a telegram announc- ing the serious illness of her sis- ter. Just received, a car of new furniture. Every piece a bar- gain. M. C. Mhoon & Co. A little child of Mr. Longmire, who lives one and a half miles from Windom, died Sunday af- ternoon of diphtheria. No other cases of the disease were repor...

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

THINE EYES. Thine eyes still draw my soul unto thine own. Although our hands have strangers grown And lips have never dearer known, Thine eyes all other loves dethrone, Thine eyes with passion flowers sown. All that tho tyranny of life denies— Heartbroken vows, unvoiced replies, Visions that swift forbidden rise— ~ Live in the nearness of thine eyes, Thine eyes too tender to be wise I —Harper's Bazar. SACRIFICE. After mass the priest Legrand re- turned to the vestry room. The dull light of a November sky glim- mered through the panes of the only window. Out of the obscurity there arose a woman, a pitiful object, with her little kerchief knotted be neath her chin, her face bathed in tears. She threw herself at the feet of the priest, crying out, "They are going to shoot him I" "Shoot him! Who?" asked the priest. "The Prussians—my husband and a sob choked the unfortunate creature. Very much affected, the priest quickly set down his chalice on a table and, taking the hands of the poor ...

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