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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 12 August 1910

mm fifF' iF^Tni Dr. D. R. Taylor All Modern Methods Practiced. Phone for an ap- pointment «■ . •« Office over t h Postoffice H. H. BLANKMEYER, M. D., E, M. |,rCincinnati-|888 Office and Residence, 8th & Main Sts RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. . SANTA FK. (Daily except Sunday.) Loaves i 8:00 a. m Arrives 10:20 p, m i LOCAL NOTBS. 9 m t Try Apple Jack, 10c at Died- rick's. Banana Split, it's a hit; 10c at Diedrick's. Miss Lizzie Crowson, of Hugo, is visiting Mr. Elmo Chiles and family. Our "Lovers Delight" is some- thing that out classes them all- only 10c too.—Black & Little. : Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Meloy re-j turned Ujst Friday from a moyifcH's visit to their old home in Mis- souri. Mrs. T. F. Brewer, of Los An- geles, is visiting in the city, the guest of Miss Johnny Hamil. Look out for, malaria. It is seasonable now. A few doses of Prickly Ash Bitters is a sure pre- ventive. — Bliack & Little Special Agents. Mr. Walter O. Nunn, a popular merchant of Ladonia, who is well known in Hon...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 12 August 1910

Woman's Power Over Man Wpman's. most glorious endowment is the power to awaken and hold the pure and honest love of a worthy man. When she loses it and still loves on, no one in the wide world can know the heart agony she endures. The woman who suffers from weak- ness-and derangement of her special womanly or- ganism soon loses the power to sway the heart of a man. Her general health suffers and she loses ker good looks, her attractiveness, her amiability and her power and prestige as a woman. Dr. R.V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N.Y., with the assistance of his staff of able physicians, has prescribed for and cured many thousands of women. He has devised a successful remedy for woman's ail- ments. It is known as Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It is a positive specific for the weaknesses and disorders peculiar to women. It purifies, regu- lates, strengthens and heals. Medicine dealers sell it. No honest dealer will advise you to accept a substitute in order to make a little larger prof...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 19 August 1910

Y' HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOLUME 20, Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, August 19, 1910. NO. 28 Another Car of Wagons We have just received another car of Fort Smith Wagons —the lightest-running, the strongest, best-ironed and best-looking wagon sold in Honey Grove to-day. We can furnish the Fort Smith with either the regular or the twelve-foot Texas bed. If in the market for another Wagon, we would be glad for you to call and look it oyer. Richardson-Blocker Hardware Co BITTEN BY GARFISH. Its Jaws had to be Pried Open with a Skiff Paddle. A. W. Sheffield, of this city, who has been spending a few days in the country near Chicota, was severely bitten on the hand by a garfish last Thursday while he was engaged in seining with a party of friends on the river at the old Hodgkin ferry, below Garretts Bluff. As the seine was reaching the landing place Mr. Sheffield was engaged in running the cork line to hold it above water to keep the fish from get- ting out. While reaching under the wa- ter to t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 19 August 1910

-iirir-"iriii Ms X The Big Sale Continues We have all the Bargains we have advertised. Come and participate in this great Money-Saving Sale. Wilkins, Wood & Palteson PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Signal Pub. Co. - Publishers J. H. Lowry Editor Florence Nightingale is dead, and the world mourns the taking away of one of its noblest women and sweetest ministering angels. Florence Nightingale never shone in society, and so far as we know never excited the envy of her sex by wearing gowns of finest texture or latest model, but she followed in the wake of armies and bound up the wounds of those who fell in battle and ministered t o those who were stricken with disease. Her first army work was in the Crimea and there she astonished the world by bringing order out chaos in the hospital work and really caring for the sick and wounded. From her efforts grew the organization of societies, and now no army goes forth to con- quest or defense without its full quota of nurses. Florence Nightingale ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 19 August 1910

Dr. D. R. Taylor All Modern Methods Practiced. Phone for an ap- pointment Office over the Postoffiee H. H. BLANKMEYER, M. D., E. M, |, Cincinnati—1888 £ Office and Residence, 8th & Main Sts RAILWAY TIME-TABLE, SANTA FE. (Daily except Sunday.) Leaves 8:00 a.m \rrives.... 9:45 p, m w t LOCAL NOTES. 10c at Died- Try Apple Jack, rick's. - If you want a good cold bottle try Hill's Store. Miss Mary Lou Myrick, of La- donia, is the guest of Miss Mary Price. Mrs. C. J. Scherer. of Okla- homa, is visiting the family of Mr. H. P. Jones. Banana Split, it's a hit; 10c at Diedrick's. Best Home Soda Pop on ice at L. C. Hill's Store.-Ice cold. Miss Sallie Burney, of Bonham, is the guest of Miss Katherine, McKinney- 1 If you want some good ice cream try the Alta Vista Cream at L. C. Hill's Store. Mrs. R. B. Smith, of Forth Worth, is the guest of relatives and friends in the city. Mrs. Ben Looney and children came in from Oklahoma Tuesday and arfe visiting Honey Grove relatives. Sharpless tubula...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 19 August 1910

ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. AVegelable PreparationforAs - similaiiiig theFoodanifRegula ting the Stomachs andBowelsof 'IftfSANTS ^CHIIDREtf Promotes Dtgestton£heerM ness and Rest.Contains neither Opium .Morphine nor Mineral. Not Narcotic. IlecipeofOMDrSLWJmnWZl Pumpkin SeeJ- jllx.Smita + Worm Seed - Clarified Sugar • YiintugeeenFlavor. Aperfect Remedy for Consiipa- Hon, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea: "Worms .Convulsions .Fever ish- ness andLoss OF Sleep. Facsimile Signature of NEW* YORK. For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Bears the Signature or uver Atb months old JJ DOSES-35CENTS iijCru^rantecA wder the FoocU Exact Copy of Wrapper. THE CINTAUB COMPANY, NEW YORK CITY SIGNALS OF DISTRESS. Honey Grove People Should Know How to Read and Heed Them. Sick kidneys give many sig- nals of distress. The secretions are dark, con- tain a sediment. Passages are frequent, scanty, painful. Backache is constant day and night. Headaches and dizzy spells are frequent. The weakened kidneys need quick help. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 26 August 1910

HONEY GROVE SIGNAL, VOLUME 20. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, August 26, 1910. NO. 29 Another Car of Wagons We have just received another car of Fort Smith Wagons —the lightest-running, the strongest, best-ironed and best-looking wagon sold in Honey Grove to-day. We can furnish the Fort Smith with either the regular or the twelve-foot Texas bed. If in the market for another Wagon, we would be glad for you to call and look it oyer. R chardson-Blocker Hardware MANY THINGS IN STOMACH. Shoe Button, Hat Pin, Keys, Pencil, Toy Pistol, Thermometer, Nails, and Needle. St Louis, Mb., Aug. 22.—When physicians in a 'Carlo, 111., hospital prepared last night to operate for appendicitis on Frank W. Wilson, for- merly of St. Louis, he advised them to see the X-ray. He told the physi- cians he had swallowed numerous small articles that might have caused the trouble. The physicians made three incis- ions in the intestines and took out the following articles: One shoe button, a lady's hat .pin, three k...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 26 August 1910

Horo gbotb mm PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Signal Pub. Co Publishers J. Hl lowry Editor The news has ib:een< received at Austin that Culberson's health is ful- ly restored and that he expects to be in his seat when Congress opens in December. The Senator's illness has been long and for a time his recov- ery was scarcely expected by those who were informed of his real con- dition. Hon. Sheb Williams, State Demo- cratic Chairman, has announced the appointment of Hon. Murrel Buckner, of Dallas, as Secretary and Hon. Nat Jackson, of Paris, as Assistant Sec- retary of the Democratic Committee. With a farmer, a book man and a newspaper man in charge, the old Democratic ship will land all its nom- inees safely and force all enemies in- to shallow water. Our Teddy started Tuesday on a three-weeks' journey of his native land. He will pass through fourteen states, travel six thousand miles and deliver a score of speeches. Teddy is a great traveler, but there are few who believe he would make su...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 26 August 1910

Dr. D. R. Taylor All Modern Methods Practiced. Phone for an ap- pointment Office over the Postoffice H. H. BL4NKMEYER, M. D., E. M, I,—Cincinnati—1888 Office and Residence, 8th & Main Sts RAILWAY TIME-TABLE SANTA FE. (Daily except Sunday.) Leaves 8:00 a. m arrives 9;45p, m Mrs. J. E, Breckeen spent I Tuesday in Bonham, the guest of | Mr. P. H. White and family. Mr. W. C. Roddy and wife left Tuesday for Vernon, where Mr. Roddy will teach the coming session. Mr. W. H. Fielding, for many years a leading citizen of Petty, advertises his home there for sale and will soon move to Paris. LOCAL NOTES. J t Try Apple Jack, 10c at Died- \rick's. Miss Imogene Henderson i s the guest of Bonham friends for a few days. Miss Mary Eva Barron of Bon- ham, is visiting Mr. J. C. Mc- Kinney and family. Misses Arrah Roberson and Lena Shortrige. of Bonham, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fulton Ware. > We sell the "Mogul Wagon" —See it and get our prices and terms before buying —S. L. Erwin. Mr. A. B. G...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 26 August 1910

The Kind You Ilavo Alway s Bought, and which lias been in use for over 30 years, lias borne tlie signature oi and lias been made 'under Ms per- sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no ono to deceive yots in tnis. All Counterfeits, Imitations and<e Just-as-good55 are but Experiments that trifle with and endang er the heal Hi of Infan ;■$ and Children—Experience against l&xperime&t. What is CASTO f A Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Ou, Pare- goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. If, contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend, GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The KM You Have Always Bought in Use For Over 30 Yea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 2 September 1910

GROVE SIGNAL. VOLUME 20. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, September 2, 1910. NO. 30 Another Car of Wagons Emigration from West is Now in Full Blast, Distressing Condition of Those Who are Re- turning from the Texas Plains. We have just received another car of Fort Smith Wagons —the lightest-running, the strongest, best-ironed and best-looking wagon sold in Honey Grove to-day. We can furnish the Fort Smith with either the regular or the twelve-foot Texas bed. If in the market for another Wagon, we would be glad for you to call and look it oyer. Richardson-Blocker " " There have been exoduses from West Texas in other dry years, but the present stream of im- poverished people that is now flowing back from the sunset regions to the greener glades of civilization, beats anything of the kind that perhaps ever hap- pened before. This tide of homeless drouth sufferers is now passing Brown- wood. They come in ones and twos and in droves. Their teams, as a rule, are poor and jaded; the familiar do...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 2 September 1910

esaai 6ates3ui««Ss Wtt )TiW ii Hi ■ ■llii ssssaaa aac Wor o This Shoe is our Famous os Calf. It is tanned by a secret process which has not been successfully imitated. The stock is heavy, oily and full of wear, but is extremely soft and pliable. It has solid oak tanned leather soles, braced shank and will wear like iron. For all working purposes this shoe is a "world-beater." If you're "hard-on-your-shoes," try a pair. If your dealer don't keep them, write us. ST. LOUIS. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Signal Pub. Co. Publishers J. H. Lowry Editor Texans have $45,000,000 invest- ed in automobiles. There are 30,000 cars and the average val- uation is $1500. What better ev- idence of prosperity could you ask? Cotton reached the highest price since the war in New York Monday. It was not a legitimate market, but the high mark was occasioned by the "shorts, " who had to have cotton at all hazards. The price reached 20 cents a pound, an advance of $16 per bale over Saturday's close. Senator Baile...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 2 September 1910

Dr. D. R. Taylor All Modern Methods Practiced. Phone for an ap- pointment Office over the Poatoffice H. fl. BUNK MEYER, M. D., E, M, j.—Cincinnati—(888 Office and Residence, 8th & Main Sts The Chas. Harrison Tent Thea- ! tre, Honey Grove, Monday night. Advanced fall styles of Edwin Clapp shoes at Wilkins, Wood & Patteson's. RAILWAY TIME-TABLE 8ANTA FB. (Dally except Sunday.) Leaves 8:00 a.m Arrives 9:45p,in Mrs. W. D. Wilkins arrived home Wednesday evening from Manitou, Col., where she spent several weeks. J LOCAL NOTES. t Banana Split, it's a hit; 10c at Diedrick's. If you want a good cold bottle try Hill's Store. The Show you all know—at Honey Grove Sept. 5. Best Home Soda Pop on ice at L. C. Hill's Store.—Ice cold. Everybody's Favorite Tent Theatre, at Honey Grove, Sept. 5. Miss Eula Bills, of Paris, has been the guest of Miss Manie Donaldson this week. "The Price of Wall Street," a brand new play, at the Tent The- atre, Honey Grove, Sept. 5. Miss Ethel Bro^vn left Tues- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 2 September 1910

I fill! Ill III ■OHs 5% m STAINSm« warms w, ^ % White Paints and Finishes mmmmmmmmmmmm —hi—i—mm—iihihwwiiimiiiii "' for Your Home If there is a shabby surface in your home to be painted, enameled, stained, varnished or finished in any way, we have just what you need for producing the exact finish desired in the line of PAINTS AND FINISHES Let us show you colors for painting your house or barn, samples of finishes for floors, woodwork, walls, ceilings or furniture. Let us help you make shabby places look new and attractive. COME IN and get a copy of THE AGME QUALITY PAINTING GUIDE BOOK. It tells what Acme Quality Paint, Enamel, Stain or Varnish to use, how much will be required and how it should be put on. It not only enables you to tell your painter or decorator exactly what you want, but it makes it easy for YOU to refinish the many surfaces about the home that do not require the skill of the expert—the jobs that a painter would not bother with. Ask for a copy. IT'S FREE, Joe Sap a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 9 September 1910

HONEY SIGNAL. VOLUME Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, September 9, 1910. NO. 31 Another Car of Wagons COULD NOT MILK BIS COW. We have just received another car of Fort Smith Wagons —the lightest-running, the strongest, best-ironed and best-looking wagon sold in Honey Grove to-day. We can furnish the Fort Smith with either the regular or the twelve-foot Texas bed. If in the market for another Wagon, we would be glad for you to call and look it oyer. Richardson-Blocker Hardware Co MALARIAL DISEASES. I CRIMINAL ASSAULT CHARGE. Man Taken Away From Greenville Following Arrest by Authorities. Greenville, Tex., Sept. 3.—Ar- rested on a charge of criminal as- sault on a thirteen-year-old girl, Luther Hutcherson, a mail carri- the country has become aware of it, buttermilk has sprung into pub- lic favor as a beverage. There is not a healthier drink. Not so long ago it was dispised as was the cotton seed. Now its value smaller saloons have been forced to sell it, and as there is quite as much prof...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 9 September 1910

W y Peters "Indestructible Sole" Shoe. The sole leather that goes into these shoes is selected for it's extra-long wearing qualities. It is tanned by a special mineral process, which produces a leather so tqugh that it will wear twice as long as the ordinary sole-leather. When you want a shoe that will give unusually long, ,4good service," ask for Peters "Indestructible Sole" Shoes. If your dealer don't carry them, let us know. ST. LOUIS. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Signal Pub. Co. - Publishers J. H. Lowry Editor And Teddy was made a mem- ber of the Ananias Club, he cre- ated for others. While speaking in the West Monday a fellow jumped upon the stand ancLcalled our own Teddy a liar! Too bad, too bad. Tom Watson, the red-haired Georgian, has quit the Democratic party again after a stay of three months. If Tom is allowed to go and come at will, he will soon wear the hinges off the Demo- cratic gate. The li^st meeting of the Nation- al Association of Mexican War stand the law an officer i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 9 September 1910

Dr. D. R. Taylor Bntist All Modern Methods Practiced. Phone for an ap- pointment Office over the Postoffice H. H. BL.4NKMEYER, M. D., E. M. I,—Cincinnati—1888 Office and Residence, 8th & Main Sts Ice cold watermelons all the time at Diedrick's. HONEY GROVE SIGNAL RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. SANTA FK. t (Daily except Sunday.) Leaved 8:00 a. m \rrives 9:45p, m LOCAL NOTES. 5 Banana Split, it's a hit; 10c at Diedrick's. = If you want a good cold bottle try Hill's Store. Mrs. H. W. Schreiber and chil- dren, of Amarillo, are visiting Mr. S. T. Schreiber and family. All the new fall styles in hats, and all the latest novelties in millinery now on display at Mrs. Lawrence's. Miss Eula Bills returned to her home in Paris Monday after a visit with Miss Mamie Donaldson. Mrs. J. D. Thompson, of Wills Point, and Miss McGee, of Dodd City, are guests of the Misses Hamil. Misses Fay Loving and Annie Gribble, of Sherman, returned home yesterday after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Hulsey. Sixty-two ti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 9 September 1910

A Constant Protection A telephone on the Farm affords the Farmer s family freedom from Isolation as well as protection ia the absence of the men. A Farmer writes: "Some time ago one cf cur friends' husband was compelled to be off until ten o'clock at ni^ht. During- thut time no one was in the house but hi3 wife. She talked to us ell up end down the line, and each family was ready to go to her ct a minute's notice. She said she was so glad she had a phone, as she would not feci et a',1 lonely." Write and see how little it costs to have a telephone on «our Farm. Address our nearest manager, or THE SOUTHWESTERN TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE COMPANY DALLAS, TEXAS TEXAS STATE HR BEGINSJCTOBER IS Great Preparations Being Made For Twenty-Fifth Meeting. SUPERB IMPROVEMENTS. S4-18 <£/a7LO~Q& EXPECTATION OF LIFE. A GOOD REASON. Estimates of the American Life In* suraoce Companies. The census bureau is trying to get together the requisite figures on which to base accurate reck- oning of the a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 16 September 1910

I L HONEY = VOLUME 20. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, September 16, 1910. NO. 32 ortify^ur Future Sife m^jThx^eUon. afamdE WjuMA J&'mm&yjitZzA $km(b MriMihJUi, jdafUty, The hole in the ground, the crevice in the wall, a friend's pocket-book or your own is not as safe a place to keep your money as is our bank, which is fire and burglar proof. We refer those who have not banked with us to those who have. Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank. FIRST STATE BANK Graphic Story of A Flood jThe New Penitentiary Law. In Which the Faithfulness of a Dog to Its Mis- Important Provisions of the Penitentiary Bill tress is Vividly Portrayed. (S. J. Thomas, in ComancHe Chief.) It was almost daylight Tues- day morning when the floods, sweeping down the channel and bottom of South Leon, a creek .that was never known before to get on a rampage, reached their with searching parties at an early hour. So it happened that Mr. Terry was discovered in his perilous position and rescued. The bodies of Mr. and Mrs. Lan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 16 September 1910

HONEY GROVE SIGNAL PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Signal Pub. Co. J. H. Lowry Publishers Editor The fourth special session of the Texas Legislature came to an end Saturday. The principal work of the session was the en- actment of laws governing fire insurance rates, a through bill of lading law and the new peniten- tiary law. Each of these appears to have some merit, though neither fully meets the desires of the people. to speak on the occasion of Mr. Roosevelt's visit. Reaching home Teddy at once entered into a fight with the stand-patters of his party, and there will be no peace while he remains at home. A few weeks ago a few people believed the strenuous one was entering upon a campaign which would again land him in the presidential chair, now this be- lief is shared by nearly all who have watched his recent move- ments. Scientists have now discovered that the comet we all strained our eyes and lost sleep to see a few months ago was not Halley's comet, but a new, unknown stel- lar attra...

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