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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 7 February 1896

HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOL. 5. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday February 7, I896; NO. 32 6 6 4:6 BO SS 6704h BARGAINS FOR YOU! This week we announce Hon.! E. D McClellan as a candidate ; for re-election to the office of Dis- | trifet Judge. No man in the dis- trict enjoys a more extended ac- quaintance than Judge McClellan, and the judicial ermine never rest- ed upon one more worthy and competent. He has served this people as County Attorney, as County Judge and as District Judge, and his record is one that any man could point to with pride. He is learned in the law, quick of perception, dignified in bearing, and a great lover of justice. The people can make no mistake in returning the Judge to the place he has filled so well. ■www $ The best filled watch case made, three sizes, with or Waltham movement, 02^.137" For sale by Elgin THE LEADING JEWELER NEVER Buy Watches, Clocks, or Jewelry until you see his en- tire stock. At Marochall & Breckeen's Drug Store. Tlifi BOSDS SOLD. as the The ...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 7 February 1896

fjoiteg ®r0 e Signal. SIGNAL PUB. CO., TROP'S., HONEY GROYE, - - - TEXAS. Gag law is only another form of lynch law. Some of the fellows at Cripple Creek move too fast for cripples. The world is prone to imagine that those who amuse it do so for fun. Montreal is planning an exposition for next summer. It may be a United States show. There certainly is something in hyp- notism; Du Maurier has pocketed $125,- 000 this year. Hall Caine warns his countrymen that "the Americans are a great na- tion." Caine is able. Many men have been driven from fcheir homes by a combination of bad cooking and worse piano playing. In these days of bicycles and bloom- ers the girls will do well to look sharp before they leap during leap year. The German Emperor must also have been on a hunt recently. He fired as promptly and as effectively as the President of the United States. Thq, New York woman who thinks Mr. Depew too facetious must have heard Mr. Depew explain why he wasn't a candidate for the presid...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 7 February 1896

✓ ' F 4* \ y W, UNDERWOOD, Pres. - B^O^WALCOTT, Vice Pres. *>4> PIERCE, 2d Vice. Pres. SALISBURY HAS A SAY Tc U. COLE, Cashier. J. A. UNDERWOOD. As=i. Cashier* f* FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HOMEY GROVE, TEX, C'S $125,000. Undivided Surplus, $85,000. RESERVE A6ENTS. The National Park Bank of New York. The Whitney National Bank of New Orleans. St. Louis National Bank, St. Louis, Mo. American National Bank, Kansas City, Mo. Ad'nal Liability of Shareholders $125,000. With an ample capital and every desirable facility for the transaction of a banking business in all of its branches, we solicit the deposit ac- counts (large or small) of all classes who desire unquestionable security and prompt response to their de- mands. SHAREHOLDERS. W. Underwood, Young1 Burgher, M. A. Galbraith, T. U. Cole, C. W. T. Weldon, J. P. Pierce, B. O. Walcott, D. E. Taylor, John A. Pierce, J. M. Petty, T. W. Trout, J. B. McKee, Tom Randolph, J. A. Underwood, J. H. Gardner, W. A. Dial, U. T. Cole, B. M. Burgh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 7 February 1896

Signal Publishing Co., Publish'rs 1 J. H. Lowry, ... Editor. Entered at Honey Grove Postoffice as second- class mail matteT. Office of Publication over Post-Office. SDBSCHIPTIONs One Year SI 00 Six Months 60 Three Months 35 STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK. A bill preventing pool selling on horse races has passed the Kt-ntucky legislature. The Ken- tucky colonels will be forced to seek otner pastures. The free coinage bill passed the Senate Saturday by a majority of seven votes. The bill will un- doubtedly meet its death in the house, and no silver legislation need be expected this year. The news trom Cuba this week has been rather favorable to the in- surgents. Next week the Spaniards will probably do the reporting and the rebellion will be reported as "crushed " A Kansas, man is at work on a new scheme to increase the sum oi human happiness. He is trying to cross the milkweed and the strawberry, so that the people may raise strawberries and cream on the same vine...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 7 February 1896

RAILWAY TIME-TABLES. TEXAS AND PACIFIC. No. 34, Eastbound Cannon Ball leaves. 9:16 a m No. 32, Eastbound Express leaves m No. 31, Westbound Express leaves 12:57 pm No. 33, Westbound Cannon Ball leaves 6:33 p cn SANTA FF- Leaves 5 ~ Arrives *£8 5 3 Leaves Arrives ANNOUNCEMENTS. All anuouncements under this head subject to to the action of the Democratic party. For Sheriff. T H Lawrence T J Hobbs For District Clerk Mack Watson For County Attorney. Albert Galbraith George A Carpenter For County Commissioner. Joe Parrish. For District Judge E. D. McClellan For Cotton W higher, at bonham Ellis Roberts For Mayor Walter Stephens J. H. Lowry J. H. Smith Night prowlers are again infest- ing the city. Two residences that we have heard of were visited by the light-fingered individuals last week, but nothing of value has been missed. Seed Oats at J. B McKee & Cos. Mr. J. P. Darnall has moved his jewelry store from the north side to Jennings & Morgan's drug store on the east side of the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 7 February 1896

J. B. Barnett, —DEALER IN— HARNESS and Saddles Bridles ^ Collars THE SUNDAY SCHOOL. Buggy Harness, $4.75. Texas Saddles, 5.00. Blind Bridles, 40 cts. Wagon Harness, $7.00. English Saddles, 2.50. Collars,from 30c to 2.50. Also a large lot of Collars of all grades at greatly reduced prices. A large stock of Saddlery Hardware of all descriptions. Hames, Chains, Back-Bands, Halters, Combs and Brushes, Buggy Whips at all prices. Lap Dusters of all patterns. Call and examine mv stock and I will save you money. Remember, I use the best material and guarantee all work. Re- member, also, that these goods were all manufactured before the advance in the price of leather. "Quick Sales and Small Profits1' is my motto. North- west corner of Square, Iloney Grove, Tex. I have added a line of BueeiES ROAD WASOttS And will sell them as cheap as they can be bought anywhere. Planters' National OF HONEY GROVE, TEX., Capital, S-CLarplTas, $75,000, 20,250. P.P.P. CURES ALL 5KIN and BLDDD DISEASE! Physicia...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 7 February 1896

Blood Poison. Contagious IPood Poison has been ap- propriately called the curse of mankind. It is the one disease that physicians can- not cure; their mercurial aud potash remedies only bottle up the poison in the system, to surely break forth in a more virulent form, resulting in a total wreck of the system. Mr. Frank B. Martin, a prominent jeweler at 926 Pensylvania Ave., Wash- ington, D.C., says: I was for a long time under treat ment of two of the best physi- cians of this city, for a severe case of blood poison, but my condition grew worse all the while, not- withstanding the i fact that they ! charged me three ' hundred dollars. My mouth was filled with eating sores; my tongue was almost eaten away, so that for three months I was unable to taste any solid food. My hair was coming out rapidly, and I was in a horrible fix. I had tried various treatments, and was nearly dis- couraged, when a friend' recommended S.S.S. After T had taken four bottles, I began to get better, and whe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 7 February 1896

>s BONHAM NOTES. We will put Bonham against any town of it size in the state for new babies. J. H. Lyday, W. A Bramlette, Hous Lee, Arden An- thonjT, M. Rosenbaum, and th° Lord knows how many more, are rejoicing over new arrivals. There was a funny show in town last night, but as yet we have not heard how funny it was The Epworth League had a business meeting at the Metho- dist church last Tuesday niyht and after the transaction of business the church parlors were entered and a social enjoyed for an hour or two. The next thing for Bonham is a new jewelry store. It is said that one will open soon on the North side of the square. The County is rather dull this week G. A. Carpenter is around shak ing hand with the buys. Every time George stops on the streets a crowd gathers about him. W. G. Pierce and family have moved to Dallas. L. C. LaMaster was knocking around the court house yesterday. Corsets for 25 cents at J. L. Ware's. I^adonla Items. [From the Commercial.] The electric lig...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 14 February 1896

1 HONEY GROVE SIGNAL O VOL. 5. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday February 14, 1896, NO. 33 \ $15.00 6646 vr X* • if 6704 M I BARGAINS FOR YOU! — — — ,-^TFT— ~ The best filled watch case made, three sizes, with Elgin or Waltham movement, onl3^ 931.5.. For sale by L. 1£ATTHEV7 the leading jeweler. NEVER Buy Watches, Clocks, or Jewelry until you see bis on- tire stock. At Marshall & Breckeen's Drug Store. TEXAS DEMOCRACY. Church Trouble at Paris. Action of the Stat© Democratic Ex- ecutive Committee. The Democratic Executive Com- mittee, which met in the city of Austin last week r'eco.uended that primary elections be held this year instead of conventions in nomina- ting candidates for state offices. It was also decided to submit to submit the financial question to the people at the same primary, which is ordered held on June 6th. Delegates are to be elected at this primary who will represent the counties selecting them in all the state conventions to be held this year except the judicial c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 14 February 1896

f fonet) ©roue Signal. SIGNAL PUB. CO., PROP'S., HONEY GROVE, TEXAS. Dr. Jameson evidently did not cor« rectly diagnose the Boer's case. When it conies to buffeting the waves of time, man would rather be a fog horn. The flour output for 1895 was 10,581,- 000 barrels, the largest ever made by 800,000 barrels. Gladstone's successor as the Grand Old Man hasn't lifted his head above the horizon yet. England is making a tremendous naval display; and so did Spain in the day of the Armada. Rev. Sam Jones Is now preaching on "How to Get There and How to Stay There." He certainly knows. Prof. Dyche, the distinguished nat- uralist, is entirely self-taught. When 13 years old he had not yet learned the alphabet. Cuba's tobacco crop has been greatly decreased by reason of the war, but there seems to be no diminution in Ha- vana cigars. The consumption of milk and cream would be greatly increased if it could tie delivered in a pure state to the patrons of the dairies. England cannot very consiste...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 14 February 1896

W. UNDERWOOD, Pres. B. 0. WALCOTT, Vice Pres. J. A. PIERCE, 2d Vice. Pre* Tt U> COLE, Cashier. J. A. UNDERWOOD, Asst. Cashier* FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HOiSSEY GROVE, TEX. C"S $125,000. Undivided C'BR Surplus, 003,UUU, Ad'nal Liability of Shareholders $125,000. RESERVE AGENTS. The National Park Bank of New York. The Whitney INatlonal Bank of New Orleans. St. Louis National Bank, St. Louis, Mo. American National Bank, Kansas City, Mo. With an ample capital and every desirable facility for the transaction of a banking1 business in all of its branches, we solicit the deposit ac- counts (large or small) of all classes who desire unquestionable security and prompt response to their de« mands. UNEXPLORED ONTARIO. SHAREHOLDERS. W. Underwood, Young Burgher, M. A. Galbraith, T. U. Cole, C. W. T. Weldon, J. P. Pierce, B. O. Walcott, D. E. Taylor, John A. Pierce, J. M. Petty, T. W. Trout, J. B. McKee, Tom Randolph, J. A. Underwood, J. H. Gardner, W. A. Dial, U. T. Cole, B. M. Burgher, A. L. W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 14 February 1896

HUKBY 6R0VB SIGML. Signal Publishing Co., Publish'rs J. H. Lowry, ... Editor. Entered at Honey Grove Postoffice as second- class ms.il matter. 03ice of Publication over Post-Office. SUBSCRIPTION: «ne Year 81 00 Six Months 60 Three Months 35 STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. POBLMED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK. Hoc.. W. H. Crain. congress- man from the Eleventh Texas district, died at Washingtan Mon- day. He entered the Forty ninth congress and has served continous- ly since. He was an able and popular man and his constituent deeply mourn his death. Gov. Culberson will order a special •election as soon as appropriate for his successor. It is painful to note the lack ot enthusiasm ia the democratic ranks aa regards a candidate for the pres idency. The republicans are shouting for and fighting over their favorite sons, but as yet no demo -cr&t seems to want the leadership od', hie party. All this goes to EJr.ciT what an internecine strife wiD. bring about. Let us all hope that demecratic harps mil soon...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 14 February 1896

SIGNAL. RAILWAY TIME-TABLES. TEXAS AND PACIFIC. No. 84, Eastbound Cannon Ball leaves. 9:16 a m No. 82, Eastbound Express leaves 2:44 p m No. 31, Westbound Express leaves 12:57 pm No. 33, Westbound Cannon Ball leaves 6:33 p m SANTA FF_ Leaves 9:25 am Arrives 11:55 a m Leaves 4:10 p m Arrives 5:50 pm ANNOUNCEMENTS. All announcements under this head subject to to the action of the Democratic party. For Sheriff. T H Lawrence T J Hobbs For District Clerk Mack Wateon For County Attorney. Albert Galbraith George A Carpenter For County Commissioner. Joe Parrish. For District Judge E. D. McClellau For County Treasurer M. C. (Mat) Sadler For District Attorney A J Nichols ,For Cotton Weigher. at bonham Ellis Roberts For Cotton Weigher at honey grove Geo T Sh*w For Mayor Walter Stephens J. H. Lowry J. H. Smith LOCAL NOTES. Mr. R. B. Ra^sdale informs us that two of his children have been quite sick for some time. Seed oats for sale cheap at O. T. Lyon & Son's lumber yard. Mr. A. P. Dowlen ha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 14 February 1896

They Don't Eh? The notion that women only propose ■during' leap year, is a mistake. Every ■woman who is married, had a great 'deal to do in in bringing it about. The men are great chumps with women: a smart woman can marry any man who will call on her. Foreclosed. About 13,129 miles of railroad, be- longing to 53 companies, and represent- ing' a capital and bonded investment of $775,776,000, were sold by foreclosure In the United States last year. His Ambition. Justice Field is ambitious to outlast .John Marshall's term of service on the supreme bench, which is said to be the reason why, in spite of his age and in- firmities, he declines to retire. He lacks yet a .year and a half of the neces- sary time and is 80 years old. A Crazy Engineer. An engineer went crazy the other ■ day while running a passenger train on the New York and New Jersey i^il- way, and the fireman and other train- men only manag-ed to avert a frightful accident after a furio us struggle with . the maniac. WANTS ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 14 February 1896

Visitors Would Be Scarce. Lucy A. Mallory writes: '-Let ever-, woman close her home to all who up- hold the double standard of morality, and the social evil will soon be solved.1' This applies to hypocritical men. The doors are always closed to dishonest women. We are Poisoned by Air and Water When they contain the trerms of malaria. To annihilate these and avoid or co quer chills and fever, bilious remittent or dumb ague, use persistently anrl regularly Hostetti-r's Stomach Bitters, which also remedies dys- pepsia. liver trouble, constipation, loss of strength, nervousness, rheumatism and kid- ney complaint. Appetite and sleep are im- proved by this thorough medicinal agent, and the infirmities of age mitigated by it. A wine- glassful three times a day. Wherever a man goes he makes tracks, and other people see them. II tlie Baby is Cutting Teeth. Be sure and use tliat old and well-tried remedy, Mrs. WmsLOW's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething- A SINGULAR FEUD. When a public speak...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 14 February 1896

PETTY PENCILINGS. Once morp it is raining. People generally are in low spirits, all ■wi> ling for the sun to shine. The pulpit was filled Sunday by Rev. P. R. Eagleberger. Sunday S'* )' ol was largely attended Sun- day; it seems that people are tak- in more interest now than ever bt re. We are credibly informed that th first issue of the paper to be pub- lished at this place will be put fonh next week. Have not yet le ned what will be its politics. vlrs. Sallie Milligan, of Hill county, who has been visiting rela- tiv es and friends in these parts for th past two weeks, started for her home last Saturday. >Ve thought we would be able to ■announce to the public in our letter of this week, that we would have ar -il mill certain, but are notable to say much more in this than in our last. We can only say they nv r and elected J. K Glasscock, chi irman, and W. H. Marrgaves, secretary. The chairman instruct- ed the secretary to correspond with different oil mills and see what amount...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 6 March 1896

hot. HONEY GROVE SIGNAL VOL. 5. Honey Grove, Texas, Fr ::ay March 6, (896, NO. 36 Sickness and Defl Are abroad in the land; Subscribe now and make yourself solid for a good obituary. 5.00 wSm A 6646 $15.00 RECOGNIZE CUBA. 6704- Set'ate Resolutions Eiicouraffinsr tlie Iiusnrffi' uts | Washington, Feb. 28.—Opecial) —The senate of the United States after much trouble and doubt as to what course it ought to pursue in regard to the Cuban matter finally passed to-day a co' current iesolution, in which it annt unces the opinion of that body that the struggling Cubans ought to have bellig rent rights, and that the president ought to offer his t.O€ALOPTIOSI.AW, C>:"jinl Jury of Fannin County Rec- intended Olisingett in the I.aw, ionham, Fannin Co, Tex., Ftrf. 28—The grand jury, after being;in session three week, ad- joined this evening and made its rj It states that in the dis- ci.s.'ge of its duties it has had be- fovi it 533 witnesses, has found m i presented to the court twenty- b.: M*...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 6 March 1896

One Year. Six Months Three Months strictly ii PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK, Judge Unfits Hardy, Chairman of the "Sound Money" democrats, has nominated Hon. A. J. Baker as the gold standard candidate for governor. A mass meeting was held at Wichita Falls Monday and resolu- tions adopted urging Congress to open the Indian Territory to set- tlement. The many bank robber- ies and murders in the border counties of Texas were attributed to the fact that the Territory : fords a rendezvous for criminals and its nearness makes escape of such robbers and murderers easy. It is reported, both from Irts- shnck and Archangle, Northern Siberia, that Dr. Nansen, the Nor- wegian explorer, has discovered the North pole and is on hie way home. The fact that the same re- port comes from two places so widely apart, lends more credence to the same. The report now is that instead of the pole being an open sea, it is surrounded by land, Just what benefit to science the finding of the North Pole is to be, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 6 March 1896

atatis MiMMWffiM mm AWfaMiMM fOTHER LiED. ^>ne of tho Funniest Feuds oi War Times. Jack Schuyler is dead. Thus ends one of the funniest feuds I have ever heard of. On my way into the lumber re- gion of Pennsylvania, some years ago, I encountered Colonel Tom Pickert, who asked my destination. The colonel is one of the big men— physically, socially and financially —of Pottsville. "You'll make Lock Haven your headquarters, I suppose?" he said, when I had told him of my project- ed trip. "Well, go to the Fallon House, kept by Jack Schuyler, friend of mine; good fellow, but peculiar in one respect—he's the worst liar I ever met. Just register from Pottsville and he'll do tn© rest." I urged the colonel to tell mo more of this prospective host. "Well, you see, we belonged to the same cavalry regiment in the army; looked like each other a lit- tle, the boys used to say. He was major and I was lieutenant colonel. I never led a charge, or had a brush with the enemy, or conducted a for- agi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 6 March 1896

sssssssi B CASH WITH 99 FOit LARGE RETURNS AND QUICK BENEFITS. rODS to suit* IF TIMES ARE HARD AND YOU ARE HARD UP ^satisfaction Ulways given. our taste,. IDT lid 101HBHET SBETCB ASPAB AS POfflLB BY TBiDH IT IE NEED IT. TUF (IMF " £YOUTIEED IT^ IISL UllLi Uwwww The little babe of Mr. G.J W. Bolton died Saturday night. The little one only lived two daye. Frank E. White, Minneapolis, Minn.,' writes: Have used two boxes ofyourPlle Curean must, sav it has done wonders for me 1 wouia Lot know that I ever had ^e Piles .nly when l stoop low. The itching is aU gone. Samples free. For sale'by Geo. a. Dailey. Representatives of the Oil Mill have been at work this week on the electric light problem and have generally met with good success, the rates are very reasonable and I sincerely trust the people will subscribe for a sufficient number of lights to secure the plant. New spring samples of clothing, new and nobby. At Williamson, Blocker & Co's. Mr. W. A. Short, who purchas- d the Ligon l...

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