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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 8 July 1910

Dr. D. R. Taylor All Modern Methods Practiced. Phone for an ap- pointment Office over the Postoffice Latest Methods Least Pain Satisfaction Guaranteed Crowns* Bridges Patent Suction Plates A Specialty Dr. F. W. Hill Dentist Phone 80-2 Rings Honey Grove, Tex H. H. BLANKMEYER, M. D., E. M. I,—Cincinnati—1888 Office and Residence, 8th & Main Sts RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. SANTA FE. (Daily except Sunday.) 8:00 a. m irinven 10:20p, m LOCAL NOTES. GETTING READY FOR. JOHNSON. The Gubernatorial Candidate from Tyler Will Be With Us To- Morrow Night. Hon. Cone Johnson, of Tyler, candidate for Governor, will speak in Honey Grove to-morrow (Saturday) night. The speak- ing will be at the tabernacle and is announced to begin at 8 o'clock. Mr. Johnson is an able man, an attractive speaker, and no doubt will entertain all who hear him. A cordial invitation is extended to all to hear Mr. Johnson; the ladies are invited and expected. Some of -the friends of Mr. Johnson held an informal meet- ing Monday ...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 8 July 1910

which[farmer are you? \ XlWf fftMtaer tolepboi«4 V&4,— b« «i t*1- former The modern, progressive far- mer no longer drives to market without first telephoning and learning tne prevailing prices. The Telephone saves these unneces- sary trips—saves wear and tear on stock and equip- ment. By connecting with the Bell System the farmer can talk from his home^to^distant points} Under the Bell plan service can be secured at low $ cost. For information and booklet write to our nearest manager or to •** The Southwestern Telegraph & Telephone Co. DALLAS* Texas' S4-7 THE TRUE TEST. Tried in Honey Grove It Has Stood the Test. The hardest test is the test of time, and Doan's Kidney Pills have stood i t well in Honey Grove. Kidney sufferers can hardly ask for stronger proof than the following: W. L. Lester, of Honey Grove, Texas, says: "I have no reason to change my high opinion of Doan's Kidney Pills, expressed in a public statement in 1905. I was troubled for a long time by disordered k...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 15 July 1910

HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOLUME 20, Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, July 15. 1910. NO. 23 Smith-Jones Piano Company Honey Grove, Texas. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Four pleased customers the past week, starts our special 30 days sale, and is the best testimony to the quality and price of our splendid selection of pianos. Remember that ten per cent on wholesale buys you the best in existence, while the big sale lasts. A call will convince you that you can get a superb piano at the regular price of cheap, shoddy instruments. Please register your tuning and repair wants with us at once, as we have an expert factory tuner and repairer with us for 16 days Gall and enjoy the exquisite music of the marvelous player piano—a new one just in. The Blake-Fowler Building, Opposite Planters National Bank. ■ i • i CANADA GLORIES IN RULEOF GREY Most Popular Governor General In Dominion History. MAKES AND KEEPS FRIENDS. Wins Admiration of People From Lab- rador to Dawson City by Predicting Wonderful Future For Unit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 15 July 1910

All Next Week CHASE-LISTER THEATRE COMPANY The Old Reliable In Their Own Magnificent Electric-Lighted, Waterproof Canvas Theatre—Located Near T. & P. Depot A Few Clioice Parquet Seats at 25c AN ENTIRE NEW COMPANY OF PLAYERS AND A NEW REPERTOIRE OF PLAYS—CHANGE OF PLAY AND VAUDEVILLE NIGHTLY A Special Engagement for One Week Only Commencing MONDAY, JULY 18 Located Near the T. & P. Depot Located Near the T. & P. Depot STRONG VIGOROUS AND CHEERFUL These attributes o? health always follow the use of PRICKLY ASH BITTERS It purifies the bowels, strengthens digestion and puts the system in perfect order Get the Genuine with Figure "3" in Red on Front Label. Price $1.00 per bottle. Black & Little, Special Agents. Amarillo is the first of the larg- er Texas towns to receive a knockout blow from the census department. Amarillo is a real live wire, a beautiful little city that sparkles on the northwest- ern plains like a big diamond in miladys barette, but Amarillo is something...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 15 July 1910

Dr. D. R. Taylor All Modern Methods Practiced. Phone for an ap- pointment • • m • • Office over the Postoffice Latest Methods Least. Pain Satisfaction Guaranteed Crowns, Bridges Patent Suction Plates A Specialty Dr. F. W. Hill Dentist Phone 80-2 Rings Honey Grove, Tex H. H. BLANKMEYER, M. D., E, M, j,—Cincinnati—1888 Office and Residence, 8th & Main Sts railway time-table. SANTA FE. (Daily except Sunday.) ij.wvBh 8:00 a. m UTivos 10:20p, m LOCAL NOTES. J Try Apple Jack, 10c at Died- rick's. Mrs. A. J. Moss and Miss Anna Moss are visitors at Mayor S. H. Gardner's. Their home is at Denison. Winona Mills—this week only —taking orders for winter ho- siery and underwear. —B. D. D. Greer, salesman; phone 72. Mrs. J. M. Baldwin is in Gal- veston for treatment under a noted specialist. She expects to remain there two or three months. I The Taft Sundae, a dainty dish that's certainly a winner.—Black & Little. _____ Mr. Sam Lane left Monday for Amarillo and other points west for a ten...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 15 July 1910

WHICH FARMER ARE YOU? telephoned home. The modern, progressive far- mer no longer drives to market without first telephoning and learning tne prevailing prices. The Telephone saves these unneces- sary trips—saves wear and tear on stock and equip- ment. By connecting with the Bell System the farmer can talk from his home to distant points. Under the Bell plan service can be secured at low cost. For information and booklet write to our nearest manager or to The Southwestern Telegrapli & Telephone Do. DALLAS, TEXAS FULLER ELEVATED SUPREME COURT Lawyers Agree on This, but Differ on Profundity. i NOTED FOR WIT AND POETRY. Silvery Hair and Mustache Caused Many to Think Him Mark Twain. Third Chief Justice In Point of Serv- ice In America's Highest Tribunal, Marshall and Taney Surpassing Him. i t { NOTABLE DECISIONS OF THE £ t LATE CHIEF JUSTICE. * The most notable decisions of ( Chief Justice Fuller were: ( Income tax act, 1895, declared un- < constitutional. 1 Employers' liability ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 22 July 1910

HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOLUME 20. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, July 22, 1910. NO. 24 NOTICE VOTERS. (Advertisement) The campaign is drawing to a close and you will be called upon to cast your ballots, and when that time arrives would it not b3 well to vote for a man who has made a clean, honest campaign? Vote for a man who has not been slinging mud at his opponents. Vote for a man who has come to you personally and did. not ask you to come to him. Vote for a man who will give you a common sense, energetic, business administration. Pay no attention to the misrepresentations that have been made, but show to the people of Fannin county that there is more than ONE man in Fannin County who is competent to serve you as County Judge. It has been customary in our county to pass the honors around, and give a man a chance who has never before held a single one of your county offices, and don't work one man down who has always been at the county's table. Give another man a chance. Vota for Spangle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 22 July 1910

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Signal Pub. Co. Publishers J. H. LOWRY Editor LEGISLATURE MEETS. The Texas Legislatuse met in special session Tuesday in answer to the call of Governor Campell. It was predicted that a quorum would not be secured this week on account of Satur- day's primary, but this predic- tion went wrong; there was a quorum, with two members to spare in each House. Immediately after the or- ganization of the two Houses the Governor's message was read. This message urged the repeal of the fire-rating law, also the pass- ing of another law regulating and controlling fire insurance compa- nies and rates in the state. Other recommendations in the message were for the enactment of laws prohibiting the exhibition of prize-fight pictures in the state, and making provisions for the care of the negro insane now con- fined in the county jail. An effort was made to ad- journ until Monday, but this failed. However, nothing -was gained by defeating the motion to adjourn, as enough memb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 22 July 1910

Dr. D. R. Taylor All Modern Methods Practiced. Phone for an ap- pointment Office over the Po8toffice H. H. BL4NKVIEYER, M. D., E, M, j.—Cincinnati—1888 Office and Residence, 8th & Main Sts HONEY iOTE SIGNAL HAM-WAV TIME-TABLB SAV'f« FH. 8:00 a. ui 10:^0 p, ui Ice cold watermelons, fresh and fine, at Diedrick's. Miss Lima Milliken, of Lewis ville, is the guest of Mr. anc Mrs. Meyer Smith. Mrs. H. Hoeldtke and baby left yesterday for Kentucky to spend several weeks with Mrs Hoeldtke' s father. 8 ■ A/% % ■%, "Ci, • S LOCAL NOTES. | Ice cold watermelons all the time at Diedrick's. Mr. J. P. Whitson and family returned Tuesday evening from a ten-days visit with relatives at Paris and Blossom. Mrs. John A. Pierce and son, Ralph, left Saturday for Roches- ter, Minn. Mrs. Pierce will go to the Mayo sanitarium for treat- ment. Mr. Charley Rike, of Farmers- ville, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Galbraith. Mr. Eob Lane, of this city, is spending the week with Mr. T. W. Yant, south of town....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 22 July 1910

es^-S v__ WOMEN DEMAND SENSATIONALISM Japanese Editor Solves Amer- ican Newspaper Secrets. STUDIES AFTERNOON EDITION. IfCokumin Shinbun to Hav« One, So Chief Circles Globe to Study Meth- ods—New York and Berlin Papers Local, While London and Tokyo Journals Are General In News. Women are responsible for the sen- sationalism of American papers. The fact has been divulged after a world study of the principal journals by G. Date, editor of the Kokumin Shinbun, Tokyo. Mr. Date is a shrewd, pains- taking observer. His paper is a morn- ing publication. It contemplates start- ing an evening edition. Wherefore Mr. Date started around the world to find out just how other countries made afternoon papers. He went across Siberia to St. Petersburg, thence to Berlin, London, Zurich, Po- land, the Danube district in Austria, Vienna, Paris and back to London. After studying papers in these centers he came to the United States recently, and he has been an exceedingly busy man during that period. Engl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 29 July 1910

HONEY SIGNAL. VOLUME 20. Honey Grove, Texal, Friday, July 29, 1910. NO. 25 Vote in the Democratic Primary Election Saturday, July 23rd, 1910 CANDIDATES Precinct No. 1 For Governor- James Martin Jones William Poindexter Robert Vance Davidson ... 0. B. Colquitt ... Cone Johnson For Lieutenant Governor— A. S. Hawkins J. H. Webster James T. Hammonds A. B. Davidson H. Bascom Thomas For Congress— Choice B. Randell B. Q. Evans For County Judge— W. A. Spangler Rosser Thomas W. A. Evans For County Attorney— Travis Lipscomb S. F. Leslie For County Clerk— Clarence V. Pearson John T. Fitzgerald Johnl. Wheeler For Sheriff— C. B. Bridge Steve Gose Ira F. Barrett .... Will Leeman W. E. Biggerstaff For County Superintendent- W. F. Keeton R. M. Parker For Submission Against Submission Pre. No. 2 Precinct No. 3 Pre.No.4 West Bonham South Bonham East Bonham Randolph Ector 1 Edhube Savoy <<r Fulp 1 Anthony 1 Orangevile Leonard Trenton 1 Bailey Nobility Valley Creek.. Delba I Grove Hill Ladonia O ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 29 July 1910

; fV^'-'-yf •_■ ;4g$ V.iitiWirini.iira.ii.Tii-ii.v wgfeRtiaa^e 1HK MHH ENTIRE STOCK SLAUGHTERED Watch for the Big Colored Circu- lars To Be Left at Your Door M will skim closer under all conditions and produces a perfectly smooth, frothless cream of any desired den- sity. The cream thus obtained will yield more butter from the same amount of milk than it is possible to secure-by other machines. The Tubular runs at full capaci- ty with two-thirds, or less, of the power required for any other ma- chine and has the most convenient, safe, durable and desirable arrange- ment of running parts. The sup- ply can is low and avoids topheaviness. The Tubular three- piece bowl can be thoroughly Washed in one to three min- utes, one-tenth the time required to clean the complex ' 'Buck- et BoWls" of other machines. The Tubular uses less oil—re- quires fewer repairs, and is easier oiled than any other sep- arator. x We guarantee that the Sharpless Separator will get enough more cream under like co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 29 July 1910

■■"« iiinn•rurmf-r rmwTiawi (tiwrnrrtim -Uv^;7' Dr. D. R. Taylor All Modern Methods Practiced. Phone for an ap- pointment Offloe over the Postoffice H. H. BLANKMEYER, M. D., E. M, i,—Cincinnati—1888 Office and Residence, 8th & Main Sts Try Apple Jack, 10c at Died- rick's. hailway time-table. 6ANTA FB. (Daily exoept Sunday.) Uewveb 8:00 a. m x< vhh 10:20 p. m LOCAL NOTES. J i Ice cold watermelons all the time at Diedrick's. Try our Pineapple Royal—its goods—Black & Little. Men's suits for almost your own price. —The P. M. Price Co. Miss Imogene Henderson left Friday for Pine Bluff, Ark., for a visit with friends. Cut prices on all tobaccos, snuff, soaps and canned goods at the P. M. Price Co. sale. Mr. Leroy A. Smith came in Monday for a visit with his par* ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Smith, 1 sack high patent flour, 5 lbs. Peaberry Coffee, 3 pounds soda, $2.35. —The P. M. Price Co. sale. Mr. W. W. Moran and family, of Boswell, have been here this week, visiting relatives in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 29 July 1910

HARUM IS FOUND IN REINCARNATION Art of Horse Trading Proved Still Extant. NOVEL WAGER DECIDES IT. Farmer Starts Out With $30 and In Two Days Brings Back a Steed and Profits of $125 and Routs Scoffer Who Says Auto Has Banished Swap- ■ ping of Olden Days. With his face as red as the sun that' was sinking behind the horizon, his shoes dusty and his collar wilted, but with a smile on his wrinkled visage as broad comparatively as the before' mentioned horizon, T. E. Turner, sev- enty years old and revivalist in horse trading, entered Greenwich, Conn., in triumph a few days ago, leading a spirited chestnut colored horse, on whose back in barking glee rode Hap- py, the old man's pet spaniel. Turner is the owner of a large stock farm near Albany, N. Y., and in days gone by was a horse trader on the road and a showman as well. Entering Greenwich, he had just won a wager of $100 made to s£ow that the art or science of horse trading was still a live one if the right man with the right shrewdne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 5 August 1910

HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOLUME 20. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, August 5, 1910. NO. 26 The Dairy Sharpless Tubular Separator will skim closer under all conditions and produces a perfectly smooth, frothless cream of any desired den- sity. The cream thus obtained will yield more butter from the same amount of rnilk than it is possible to secure by other machines. The Tubular runs at full capaci- ty with two-thirds, or less, of the power required for any other ma- chine and has the most convenient, safe, durable and- desirable arrange- ment of running parts. The sup- ply can is low and avoids topheaviness. The Tubular three- piece bowl can be thoroughly washed in one to three min- utes, one-tenth the time required to clean the complex ' 'Buck- et Bowls" of other machines. The Tubular uses less oil—re- quires fewer repairs, and is easier oiled than any other sep- arator. We guarantee that the Sharpless Separator will get enough more cream under like conditions than any other ma- chine to pay...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 5 August 1910

-mmm MM" r A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY To buy goods cheap. Our stock Consists of the best that money and experience can gather. Big Clearance Sale L. JUST AS REPRESENTED. All our goods are just as repre- sented; if not, return the goods and get your money. :: :: Clothing For Men, Boys and Children Including the Celebrated Hart, Schaffner & Marx We have a large line for you to select from and you may have any Suit in our store at ac- tual cost. We will have on sale in this depart- ment the following ar- ticles: 100 Men's Suits, regular price $12.50 to||0,ya|l%o on one"'.'* counter. Choice: 150 pairs Boys'] /Pants, ;.fV ' worth from 75c to $1.25; choice 45c and vital interest to every man, woman and child in and around Honey Grove—big bargains for all. The object of this sale is to clean up all spring and summer goods, before our lall purchases arrive, and in order to do this, we are going to offer to our customers and the good people at large some of the greatest bargains ever before of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 5 August 1910

Dr. D. R. Taylor Bntist All Modern Methods Practiced. Phone for an ap- pointment Office over the Postoffice H. H. BL4NKMEYER, M. D., Ei M, I,—Cincinnati—1888 Office and Residence, 8th & Main Sts Try Apple Jack, 10c at Died- rick's. RAILWAY time-table, 8 ANT A FE. (Daily except Sunday.) Lj>'HVMh - 8:00 a, m VrrivKH 10:20 p, in S LOCAL NOTES. t Mrs. Henry Wells, of Caddo, is the guest of Mr. G. W. Wells and family. Mrs. Bell, of Cleburne, was the guest of Mr. A. J. Breeding and family Tuesday and Wednes- day. ____ Edwin Clapp shoes — advance fail styles just received. All shapes and leathers. — Wilkins, Wood & Patterson. Ice cold watermelons, fresh and fine, at Diedrick's. The Taft Sundae, a dainty dish that's certainly a winner.—Black & Little. Miss Mineiwa Janeway, of Bon- ham, is visiting Mr. W. J. Thompson andjfamily. Mr. S. C. Boswell, of Boswell, transacted business in the city Wednesday and heard Senator Bailey speak at night. Mrs. Milford, of Amarillo, ar- rived...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 5 August 1910

The Tenderfoot Farmer It was one of these experimental farmers, who put green spectacles on his cow and fed her shavings. His theory was that it didn't matter what the cow ate so long as she was fed. The questions of digestion and nourishment had not entered into his calculations. It's only a "tenderfoot" farmer that would try such an experiment with a cow. But many a farmer feeds him' self regardless of digestion and nutrition. He might almost as well eat shav- ings for all the good he gets out of his food. The result is that the stomach grows "weak" the action of the organs of digestion and nutrition are impaired and the man suffers the miseries of dyspepsia and the agonies of nervousness. To strengthen the stomach, restore the activity of the or* Hans of digestion and nutrition and brace up the nerves use Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It is an un• failing remedy, and has the confidence of physicians as well as the praise of thousands healed by its use. In the strictest s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 12 August 1910

HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOLUME 20. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, August 12. 1910. NO. 27 BIG SLAUGHTER SALE NOW ON Will In goes the knife and away goes the profit. We have had a splendid business on our Spring Clothing, but we necessarily have a good assortment left that are just as up-to- date and just as good style as any that we have had. You know we handle the famous Alfred Benjamin Line and we have some beautiful new styles in this and they all go at cost as well as cheaper Clothing. We don't want to carry over a single suit of clothing. We want you to have all new Clothing next spring, therefore we are going to give you all the profit on these. If you want a Boy's Suit for school it will pay you to buy it now as we have a good stock, and you can buy them at cost. Come in and let us show you what we have to offer. :: :: OUR BARGAIN COUNTER On this counter we will have Suits that sold as high as $15.00 that we will sell for $5.00. We must move these Suits. Even if you don't need it no...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 12 August 1910

FEMALE DISORDERS Are caused in most instances by constipation, torpid liver or indiges- tion. The right course to get rid of these ailments (so. common among women) is to strengthen and regulate the vital organs. BITTERS Is a thorough system tonic and regulator. It corrects the stomach, QitfeS kidney ailments and torpid liver, drives out blood impurities, cleanses the bowels and promotes regularity. It cures headache, nervous faintness, heartburn, had breath, palpitation; removes sallow complexion and eruptions of the skin. Get the Qenulne with the Figure "3" In Red on Front Label. Sold by Druggists. Price $1.00 per bottle. Black & Little, Special Agents. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Signal Pub. Co. Publishers J. H. Lowry Editor Even in the hour of greatest triump death comes with his mantle of sorrow and replaces the laurel with'-the Hon. 0. B. Colqjaitt. tM1 nee of the pastfildF the highest offib^Mfi the people of'^&pis,'-'0 waf I into the house of mourning on the very day the ...

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