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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 16 September 1910

Dr. D. R. Taylor All Modern Methods Practiced. Phone for an ap- pointment Office over the Po8toffioe H. H. BLANKMEYER, M. D., E, M. I.—Cincinnati—1888 Office and Residence, 8th & Main Sts wm GROVE SIGNAL i kailway time-table SANTA FK. (Daily oxcept Snnday.) Lrtavus 8:00 a. m \rrives 9:45p,m * LOCAL NOTES. $ If you want a good cold bottle try Hill's Store. Wanted—Chickens and eggs. Highest murket price paid in cash.—Scott Bros. Eld. A. J. Bush, of Dallas, will preach at the Christian church Monday night at 7:30. Mrs. J. M. Porterfield left Sunday for her old home in West Virginia and will spend several weeks with relatives there. Mr. J. E. Spillers and family, who moved to Mineral Wells last spring, have returned and will again make Honey Grove their home. We have too many buggies and must reduce our stock—"a /hint to the wise." Call and be convinced; we mean business.— S. L. Erwin & Son. 1 There will be no preaching service at the Christian church Sunday. The pastor, Eld. Ew...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 16 September 1910

The Paint That Takes Less Gallons i Wears Longer m F^int DEVOE Don't try to figure paint cost by the price per gallon. Poor paint costs most, more gallons to buy—more gal- lons to apply. Devoe Paint is xnore eco- nomical than the "cheapest" paint ever mixed, because it takes less gallons and wears longer. It is the result of 153 years of experience in honest paint making. No tricks in the paint or the making of it— nothing but honest materi- als, finely ground and mixed by powerful machinery. That is why one gallon of Devoe covers from 600 to 800 square feet and stays there. Call in and get a color card. Black & Little PAINT DEMOE TUESDAY'S STATE ELECTIONS. Continued from first page. man Frank. E. Guernsey of Dover, the Republican candidate, George M. Hanson of Calais, Democrat, each claiming victory by a small plurality. In the First District Asher C. Hinds, Republican, is apparently elected by a plurality of about 300 over William H. Pennell, Democrat, and will occupy the seat...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 23 September 1910

GROVE SIGNAL. VOLUME 20. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, September 23, 1910. NO. 33 START WITH W I You can save money only while you have money. When old age comes don't let it be fettered by the folly of your younger days. It is pitiable to be old and poor. Bank your money and have your money. Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank. FIRST STATE BANK Preacher Quits Family. And Elopes With the Wife of a Neighbor.--Cit- izens Send Officer After Him. Deputy Sheriff Jim Black, of Detroit, passed through Paris this afternoon enroute to Okla- homa in search of Rev. George Richardson, until a short time ago a Christian minister of De- troit. Eichardson abandoned his fam- ily, consisting of a wife and sev- en children, four boys and three girls, a few days ago and eloped with the wife and children of Henry Hill, another citizen of Detroit. The citizens of the Red River county town yesterday made up a purse and engaged Jim Black, the local deputy sheriff to go to Oklahoma and make a search for the erstwhile di...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 23 September 1910

I in spring and summer, it's the natural time to store up health and vitality for the year. Scoii's Emulsion ;s Nature's best and quick- est he!1"). All Druggists HONEY GROVE SIGNAL PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Signal Pub. Co Publishers J. H. Lowry Editor Since the first of January of the present year nine murders have been committed by women in Dallas. It isn't always the hip pocket that is the dangerous pocket. Uncle Joe Cannon has been re- nominated for Congress by a large majority and has already served notice on the Insurgents that there is a whole lot of fight left in the "old man." Chicago's population is 2,185,- 282, and she is the fourth city in the world, yet Chicagoans are not satisfied, but are registering a mighty kick because the enu- meration does not show a popula- tion of 2,500,000. In 1880 Chi- cago's population was only 109,- 000; truly a remarkable thirty- years growth. If you have a friend in Bonham invite him or her down to take a bath. True hospitality consists in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 23 September 1910

Our Ladies' New Store In our new addition we are now ready with a complete line of Ready-to-Wear Goods. These lines have been hard to get on account of the big strike, but that is settled now and we are getting our goods by every train. ** In ad- dition to our line of Ready-to-Wear we want all the la- dies in this section to know that we intend putting in a more complete line of NOTIONS AND NOVELTIES than have ever been seen in this town. Don't take another's word for what we don't keep, but please step into the store and see for yourself what we have. :: •: YOU WILL FIND PEOPLD WHOM YOU KNOW AND IN WHOM YOU HAVE CONFIDENCE TO WAIT ON YOU. WILKINS. WOOD & PATTESON Dr. D. R. Taylor All Modern Methods Practiced. Phone for an ap- pointment Office over the Postoffice Wanted—Chickens and eggs. Highest market price paid in cash.—Scott Bros. H. H. BLANKMEYER, M. D., E, M, I.—Cincinnati—1888 Office and Residence, 8th & Main Sts KAILWAY TIME-TABLE. SANTA FX. (Daily except Sunday.) Le...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 23 September 1910

■ r --r —rrir^^-nriryrfiTrrrr^r'Tr--majam n.-'-r. ■ V - • •• • - • - - • as "Vllllll L ' " '*, DON'T EXPERIMENT. The Shoe of Qvalitv. When you spend your money for a pair of shoes you want everything you pay for. You want a shoe that will "stand up" under wear; that will hold its shape; that will fit from the start. That's what you get when you buy a pair of Peters' "Diamond Brand" Shoes. Investigate, ask your dealer to show you a pair the next time you pass his store. If he don't Keep them, write u*. ST. LOUIS* Desires Changeless Styles. Altruistic Dream of Editor Who is Weary of Paying Bilis and Buttoning Waists. Since the threatened invasion1 of that offspring of a freakish brain, the hobble skirt, many women throughout the land are trying to originate a style of dress that will stay. They are weary of the ever-changing styles and equally as weary of the long dry goods bills that come with such distressing regularity every three or four months, or as soon as some Parisian artist ...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 30 September 1910

HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOLUME 20. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, September 30, 1910. NO. 34 START) WITH You can save money only while you have money. When old age comes don't let it be fettered by the folly of your younger days. It is pitiable to be old and poor. Bank your money and have your money. Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank. FIRST STATE BANK HUNTERS FOUND LIQUID MINE. Many Quarts of Snake Medicine Found in Country Where Rep- tiles are Numerous. A party of hunters camping in Oklahoma near Red river were overjoyed Monday evening when they unexpectedly unearthed eleven quarts of booze and sev- eral pints of alcohol under an old dead stump near the place where they were camping. The man in charge of camp had occasion to use some fresh dirt and by accident dug it out from around an old stump as the soil seemed much softer about that place than anywhere else. The crowd on going into Oklahoma had taken along a plentiful sup- ply of snake medicine, but it was running low. The man who was digging u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 30 September 1910

The Alfred Benjamin Clothes are Now Ready Broadway Styles—The Only High Grade New York Line Handled in Honey Grove Please come in and examine them before you decide on your Fall Suit. We have all the new patterns in Browns and Grays. In stouts, slims and regulars. :: :: Edwin Clapp Shoes % Packard Shoes E. & W. Shirts & Collars Stetson Hats Wilkins, Wood & Patteson See the JOB COUNTER Good Suit, while they last, only $4.50 HONE! GROVE SIGNAL PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Signal Pub. Co. Publishers H. Lowry Editor Mrs. Bellamy Storer said Col. Teddy Roosevelt lied. There was nothing really bad about this, as good men have frequently been accused of lying, and are so ac- cused unto this day, but Mrs. Storer did much worse—she proved her statement. Mrs. Storer should be banished. We are pleased t o note that the Fort Worth business men have endorsed Mr. S. L. Erwin, of this city, to succeed Hon. 0. B. Colquitt as Railroad Commis- sioner. All over the state Mr. Erwin's candidacy i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 30 September 1910

Our Ladies' New Store In our new addition we are now ready with a complete line of Ready-to-Wear Goods. These lines have been hard to get on account of the big strike, but that is settled now and we are getting our goods by every train. ^ In ad- dition to our line of Ready-to-Wear we want all the la- dies in this section to know that we intend putting in a more complete line of NOTIONS AND NOVELTIES than have ever been seen in this town. Don't take another's word for what we don't keep, but please step into the store and see for yourself what we have. :: :: YOU WILL FIND PEOPLD WHOM YOU KNOW AND IN WHOM YOU HAVE CONFIDENCE TO WAIT ON YOU. WILKINS, WOOD & PATTESON Dr. D. R. Taylor All Modern Methods Practiced. Phone for an ap- pointment Office over the Postoffi'ce Wanted—Chickens and eggs. Highest market price paid in cash.—Scott Bros. Mrs. Clark, of Wolfe City, and Mrs. Duvall, of Paris, have been guests of Mr. J. M. Gilmer and family this week. Miss Nolia Miller, accompanied by...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 30 September 1910

BP* The Looms Give Up Their Fall Secrets Fashion's Choice is Mirrored in Our New Dress Goods, Silks and Trimmings. ** MONTHS ago we began gathering materials for this magnificent exposition of Fall Styles in Silks, Dress Goods and Trimmings. We have experienced the same pleas- ure in preparing this showing as you will enjoy when you delve among the lustrous, chang- ing weaves. :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: No Store in North Texas Has Such a Display of the wantable fabrics. All the materials, all the colorings upon which Dame Fashion has put the seal of favor are here. :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: Our Dressmaker, Mrs. McKinstry, has studied the Style and trend in the big cities, marking well the weaves and colorings which are most in demand. The result of this study is shown in the completeness of our stock and in the magnificent array of dependable silk and woolen fabrics, together with the latest and newest novelty effects in Dress Trimmings. Come and see the rich, pretty silks, dainty ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 30 September 1910

SUPPLEMENT HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOLUME 20. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, September 30, 1910. NO. 34 Speech of Hod. C. B. Randell. Congressman C. B. Randell. Following is the speech in full deli v- erea by Congressman Randell at Mc- Kinney September 19, 1910. Standing before this audience repre sentlng as It does the noble citlzensb'T •f the grand old county of Collin, in> heart swells with pride In recognition of your glorious achievements, and melts In grateful remembrance of your generous favor. Since Collin McKlnney located with his emigrants In this choice section of the black land belt, the citizenship of Collin County has been in the forefront of that patriotic, progressive element that has secured Texas its exalted posi- tion among the States of the Union. Here llva and flourish tne relatives, friends and neighbors of Throckmorton, Muse, Beverly and DeArmond—men worthy of perpetual monuments for their eminent virtues and great usefulness— the memory of which today Is a source...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 30 September 1910

ana mmm MHH Petoi# The Shoe <y Qvalitv. When you spend your money for a pair of shoes you want everything you pay for. You want a shoe that will "stand up" under wear; that will hold its shape; that will fit from the start. That's what you get when you buy a pair of Peters' "Diamond Brand" Shoes. Investigate, ask your dealer to show you a pair the next time you pass his store. If he don't keep them, write ua. -ST. LOUIS* CRYING FOR HELP. Lots of it in Honev Gove But Daily Growing Less. The kidney cry for help. Not an organ in the whole body so delicately constructed. Not one so important to health. The kidneys are filters of the blood. When they fail the blood be- comes foul and poisonous. There can be no health where there is poisoned blood. Backache is one of the first in- dications of kidney trouble. It is the kidney's cry for help. Heed it. Doan's Kidney Pills are what is wanted. Are just what overworked kidneys need. They strengthen and invigo- rate the kidneys; help them to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 7 October 1910

8 . GROVE SIGNAL. VOLUME 20. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, October 7, 1910. NO. 35 START! With i E You can save money only while you have money. When old age comes don't let it fee fettered by the folly of your younger days. It is pitiable to be old and poor. Bank your money and have your money. Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank. FIRST STATE BANK KM "IN TEXAS, DEAK OLD TEXAS.' In Texas, dear old Texas, This is the time of year, The farmer man and merchant, Declare to be most dear. Anaemic clerks get busy And measure off percale, A reddish striped for Cynthia, Some Navy blue for Sal. In Texas, dear old Texas, This is the time of year, You get up way 'fore daylight While the air is fresh and clear. And you smell the bacon frying, All hands are on the jump, If you get the fleecy staple You've got to hump and hump. In Texas, dear old Texas, Things are on the mend, you bet; There's no extra time for fooling, No time to pine or fret. No time or place for sleeping, Or to fletcherize your food; For old...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 7 October 1910

rinyifiri wirmtmr* tmm I - -If - II I The Alfred Benjamin Clothes are Now Ready Broadway Styles—The Only High Grade New York Line Handled in Honey Grove .. .... Please eome in and examine them before you decide on your Fall Suit. We have all the new patterns in Browns and Grays. In stouts, slims and regulars. :: :: Edwin Clapp Shoes Packard Shoes E. & W. Shirts & Collars Stetson Hats Wilkins, Wood & Patteson See the JOB COUNTER Good Suit, while they last, only $4.50 =a= For Men and Boys Our new Clothing has ar- rived. Come in early and select your fall and winter Qll 1 i •• •• •• •• •• M viJL V • • • • • •• •• t t J. B. McKee Co's. Old Stand R. ML Brownlee PUBLISHED EVERY FRiDflY. Signal Pub. Co - Publishers J. H.Ldwry Editor It's less than a month until the state election, and just to to show how little we care for politics at the present writing, the Signal offers a ginger cake as a prize to the person who can name the candidates for Gover- ner without looking at the p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 7 October 1910

Mg, mmm mmmm I The New Store We want to sell you your fall and winter Suit. We have a complete stock of new Clothing —nothing that has been carried over and every Suit in the house is a bargain at the price. We desire to call your attention also to our line of Haberdashery —when you need a Tie, Hand- kerchief or anything in this line we'll be glad to serve you. Lane Bros. Dr. D. R. Taylor All Modern Methods Practiced. Phone for an ap- pointment Office over the Postoffice Mrs. Jennie Walcott left Wednesday for Tuttle, Okla., and will make her home there with herson Roy. Mr. Noel Brown, who is attending business college at Dallas, came home Sunday to spend a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Wood of Hawkins, Texas, have been here this week visiting their parents and other relatives. H. H. BLANKMEYER, M. D., E. M, I,—Cincinnati—1888 Office and Residence, 8th & Main StS RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. Santa fk. (Daily exoept Snuday.) vt)s 8:00 a. in \rrives ! 9:4op, m 5 LOCAL NOTES. $ * * Pure Meba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 7 October 1910

THE MOST COMFORTABLE SHOE _ „ .SOLE IN TEXAS. j^tM4ootG<raifoitSho£4. Bend these shoes until the toe touches the heel. Make a ball of them. You can't hurt them. They are made to give to every muscle that is used while walking, yet have enough weight in the soles to protect the foot from the rough spots. t Ladies who have always insisted upon light-weight turn soles, that lose their shape so quickly, should try a pair of Peters'"Foot Comfort" sole shoes. These shoes will hold their shape, look neater and wear longer than any shoe you ever wore. Ask your dealer to show you these shoes. ST. LOUIS. If he does not hvae them, write us. HOME. When a man has been left all alone in the world For two or three months, let us say, When he's picked up his rations wherever he could, While his wife and his kids were away, When he's had to take care of his laundry himself, And at night had to aimlessly roam, Or sit in the gloom of a small rented room, He learns that there's no place like home. W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 14 October 1910

HONEY SIGNAL. VOLUME 20. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, October 14, 1910. NO. 36 W ' N.r. No one's education is complete if he has not learned to save his hard-earned dollars. How many times in your life have you wished you had the money you knew you had thrown away foolishly? Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank. FIRST STATE BANK TEAM OF DONKEY AND WOMAN Such a Combination Pulled a Vehicle into a Western Town Recently and Was the Centre of Attraction, Last Saturday many vehicles rolled into the county seat and many queer people rode in them and drove the beasts that pulled them. But one certain vehicle and its accoutrements and ap- purtenances were stranger than the rest. It came from the east and dropped anchor at the public fountain on the square. The vehicle showed that it had seen long and arduous service, the spindles of the wheels having a play of several inches between the outside of the hub and the nut on the end of the spindle, producing a wobly motion and a chorus of clucks. It was a hal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 14 October 1910

-' I The Alfred Benjamin Clothes are Now Ready Broadway Styles—The Only High Grade New York Line Handled in Honey Grove Please come in and examine them before you decide on your Fall Suit. We have all the new patterns in Browns and Grays. In stouts, slims and regulars. :: :: Edwin Clapp Shoes Packard Shoes E. & W. Shirts & Collars Stetson Hats Wilkins, Wood & Patteson See the JOB COUNTER Good Suit, while they last, only $4.50 All kinds of Insurance Notaries Public 7 per cent money on farm loans Bonds Loans THE TIME FOR FIRES IS AT HAND But we can make you absolutely secure in any of the fol- lowing strong companies: AsS6ts Home Insurance Co $27,307,672.00 Hartford Fire Ins. Co 23,035,701.00 German American 16,162.229.00 Springfield F. & M. Ins. Co 9,761,460.00 FOREIGN ' „ Foreign Assets Commercial Union v .....Over $80,000,000,000 Royal Exchange.Association^... Organized 1720 London Assurance Co. Organized 1720 AlHosses paid in cash without'discount. Fire, Tornado, L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 14 October 1910

The New Store We want to sell you your fall and winter Suit. We have a complete stock of new Clothing —nothing that has been carried over and every Suit in the house is a bargain at the price. We desire to call your attention also to our line of Haberdashery —when you need a Tie, Hand- kerchief or anything in this line we'll be glad to serve you. Lane Bros. Dr. D. R. Taylor All Modern Methods Practiced. Phone for an ap- pointment Office over the Postoffice :■ i— Mr. D. C. Lesnett and son, Robert, of Durant, have been here this week visiting relatives. A coffin was sent out from the city Wednesday night for Mrs. Harriett Campbell, whose home was three rriles south of Windom. Ii. Vl'/H . Jul J. H. H. BLANKMLYER, i\J. 1),,; j-cashvait Diedrick's E, M, j,—Cincinnati—j888 Office and Residence, 8th & Main Sts : Fresh creamery butter 85c Window glass all sizes, from 18x10 to 42x56, at the Honey Grove Pharmacy. Mr. J. McDow and Miss Hettie ' Black, both of the country north J of town, w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 14 October 1910

most COMFORTABLE SHOE SOLE IN TEXAS. J^ 4wtCoiiiftttSliot4 Bend these shoe# until the toe touches the heel. Make a ball of them. You can't hurt them. They are made to give to every muscle that is used while walking, yet have enough weight in the soles to protect the foot from the rough spots. Ladies who have always insisted upon light-weight turn soles, that lose their shape so quickly, should try a pair of Peters'"Foot Comlort" sole shoes. These shoes will hold their shape, look neater and wear longer than any shoe you ever wore. Ask your dealer to show you these shoes. ST. LOUIS. ib If he doe* net hvae them, write ua. ALL WRONG. The Mistake is Made by Many Honey Grove Citizens. Don't mistake the cause of backache. To be cured you must know the cause. It is wrong to imagine relief is cure. Backache is kidney ache. You must cure the kidneys. A resident o f this vicinity shows you how. Mrs. L. D. Smith, 502 South Twenty-second St., Paris, Texas, says: "You are at liberty to use my na...

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