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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 21 October 1910

HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOLUME 20. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, October 21. 1910. NO. 37 OLD THEORIES CONTRADICTED. • < .... > ■- *•. "••.v Vz&itf rlj /monzM -at Jm sn<&u/~~ Ask those who have banked for years whether or not they like our business methods. Rather than keep your money yourself, don't you want to put your money in a bank that knows nothing but success. :: ;; Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank. FIRST STATE BANK I ! SAYS OFFICE NOT NECESSARY. Man Declares County Clerks Can Do Work of Register oi Deeds. Hackensack, N. J., Oct. 17.— An old figure in the political cam- paign in Northern New Jersey is Judge Robert A. Sibald, Demo- cratic candidate for register of deeds in Bergen county. H e says in a statement announcing his candidacy: "I am a candi- date for this office, which is to pay $5500 a year because if elect- ed, I expect to convince the New Jersey legislature that the office is worthless. There is no need of the office and the work can be done better and quicker ...

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 — 21 October 1910

t X. w ■ Winter It has at last turned cool and you can now take an interest in winter togs. We have the great- est line of Suits, Skirts and Wraps ever shown in this part of the country, and at prices to suit all. Every garment that we have was made in New York. We are ge ttmg in new ones y every express, so you can get nothing newer than we have. We will be glad to have you pay us a call—we will take pleasure in showing you any line of goods we have. :: • • • • • • • • J. & K. SHOES AMERICAN LADY CORSETS LADIES' SILK WAISTS LADIES' WASH SKIRTS Wilkins, Wood & Patteson BENJAMIN CLOTHES CLAPP SHOES PACKARD SHOES E. & W. SHIRTS AND COLLARS All kinds of Insurance 7 per cent money on farm loans Notaries Bonds Public Loans THE TIME FOR FIRES IS AT HAND But we can make you absolutely secure in any of the fol- lowing strong companies: Assets P. H. Surplus Home Insurance Co Z. $27,307,672.00 $15,382,837.00 Hartford Fire Ins. Co 23,035,701.00 German American - 16,162.229.00 T'^nS...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 21 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 Dent dlss-t; All Modern Methods Practiced. Phone for an ap- # # Office over the pointment Postoffice H. H. BL4NK4EYER, M. D., E. M, I,—Cincinnati—1888 Office and Residence, 8th & Main Sts RAILWAY TIME-TABLE Leaves. Arrivott santa fb. (Dally except Sunday.) 8:IK) a. m 9 :45 p, m . * O LOCAL NOTES. See our splendid line of stoves. —The Underwood Co. m ♦ I am now ready for your tur- key$; cash paid for same,—L. C, OHl We have both cook and heating stoves to please you.—The Un- derwood Co. Window glass all sizes, from 8x10 to 42x56, at the Honey Grove Pharmacy. New shipment of John B. Stet- son Derbys just receiv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 21 October 1910

. fk DianwridiBla/id'. Shoe o/"Character. There's a stylishness, a difference, a grace attached to PETERS SHOES that "bacKs=up" our reputation of "making more fine shoes than any other house in the West." Our ladies shoes, from the highest to the cheapest priced are specialties. Made for some definite purpose and whether for dress or work, inside or outside use, they will fit perfectly, wear well and hold their shape. The next time you need shoes, ask for PETERS' "DIAMOND BRAND" SHOES. If your dealer don't carry them, write us, \ ST. LOUIS. BIDDEN DANGERS. Nature Gives Timely Warnings That No Honey Grove Citizen Can Afford to Ignore. DANGER SIGNAL NO. 1 comes from the kidney secretions They will warn you when the kidneys are sick. Well kidneys secrete a clear, amber fluid. Sick kidneys send out a thin, pale and foamy, or a thick, red, ill-smelling urine, full of sedi- ment and irregular of passage. DANGER SIGNAL NO. 2 comes from the back. Back pains, dull and heavy, or sharp and acu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 28 October 1910

f HONEY SIGNAL. VOLUME 20. • ' • Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, October 28, 1910. NO, 38 v/monav /Cd ^ jfo $w£ xr&jer.f Ask those who have, banked for years whether or not they like our business methods. Rather than keep your money yourself, don't you want to put your money in a bank that knows nothing but success. :: :: :: Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank. FIRST STATE BANK UNDERTAKING we carry a complete line of caskets and coffins and also burial robes. :: SMITH POOLE COMPANY PICKPOCKETS AT PARIS. Work (he Bi£ Crowd enroute to the Fair and Get Many Dollars. Just before the departure of the first Santa Fe train to Dallas Sunday morning, a band of pick- pockets began their work of re- lieving the unsuspecting passen- gers of what money they had in their pockets. The slick fingered artists wait- ed until the rush to get seats on the cars and as each passenger they had selected to rob would force his way up the steps of the coach, a pickpocket would follow close behind and while in the crowde...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 28 October 1910

Another Car of Wagons Has Come This week we received a car of the celebrated New Moline Wagons; also the John Deere Wagons, which are Mo- lines with special improvements. Do not buy until you have seen them. The only wagon manufacturers we know of using Hickory spokes in all their 2 3-4 wagons. x The best and lightest Draught Wagon sold in Texas. x x x Ask any of the several hundred farmers now using New Molines if they are not all we claim for them, and then see us. Honey Grove PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Signal Pub. Co. - Publishers J H. Lowry Editor Col. E. H. R. Green, son of the richest woman in the world, pur- chased 15,000 souvenir postal cards while in St. Louis the other day. No two of the cards were alike, and the Colonel will send one to each of his 15,000 friends. Some may marvel at the number of the Colonel's friends, but it's dead easy for a rich man to have all the friends he wants. Miss Vera Silent, a beautiful young lady of Indiana, and Cap- tain Hush, of the United Sta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 28 October 1910

v Lod ies It is an easy matter for you to select Goat Suits, Skirts and Dresses From our large and well selected stock,as we show ail of the n^w weaves, shades and qualities. The new fall ready - to - wear goods are strikingly rich in color and the styles are faultless. We are indeed proud of the beautiful ar- ray of new styles and tab- rics we are now showing and trust that every lady in town and country will call and give us an oppor- tunity to show them. These goods are the latest in style and are models of the tailoring art. Each garment has a style all its own, is exclusive, rich and dressy. The variety is so large that every taste can be suited. :: :: :: Remember, we have everything in Ladies' READY-TO-WEAR GARMENTS and ev- erything in DRESS GOODS and TRIM- MINGS and they are all BRAND NEW. BE PROTECTED PUT YOUR MONEY IN A NATIONAL BANK LANE BROS., THE NEW STORE :: Dr. D. R. 13exit Taylor All Modern Methods Practiced. Phone for an ap-. # # Office over t h.e pointment Poatoffic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 28 October 1910

yCharacter. There's a stylishness, a difference, a grace attached to PETERS SHOES that "backs-up" our reputation of "making more fine shoes than any other house in the West." Our ladies shoes, from the highest to the cheapest priced are specialties. Made for some definite purpose and whether for dress or work, inside or outside use, they will fit perfectly, wear well and hold their shape. The next time you need shoes, •DIAMOND BRAND" SHOES. ask for PE.TERS' If your dealer don't carry them, write us. The Strong Mail's Finish. But a fool flaunteth his folly.—Proverbs XIII, 10. "I'm none of your weak-kneed kind, said he; "I can let it alpne whenever I try; You waste your time when you preach to me; Perhaps you lack courage or will—not I. "I know when to stop, and I quit right there; "Let the foolish resolve, the weak be afraid; I am not a child, as the world is aware; I've the will of a man and will not be swayed." I passed him this morning; his eyes Comanche, such as the Campbel shows...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 4 November 1910

HONEY GROVE SIGNAL VOLUME 20. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, November 4. 1910. NO. 39 I am Youfi bestjwM MERES ANOTHER i MONEY TALK. IF YOU PUT YOUR MONEYinthe BANK YOU WILL HAVE IT . WHEN YOU NEED IT. ^ you. -k^yctOiAottein. a goodAttMi.'wfoiy-snotfatefo youh. iwcmM jn. ct Sank. wfotfuL &M. HC% ■ftohcjlahA Gatvnot AOA^h, mT. jss&> Mayer Rothschild, born in Frankfort, Germany, 1743, and founder of the Great Rothschild fortunes the greatest on eath—peddled from house to house when a boy. He saved his money. Economy and INTEREST at low rates made this great fortune. Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank. FIRST STATE BANK UNDERTAKIN G WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF CASKETS AND COFFINS AND ALSO BURIAL ROBES. :: SMITH POOLE COMPANY Elections in All the States Next Tuesday. Interesting Campaigns are Being Waged.—Next Congress Will Be Close. So far as Texas is concerned, there is practically no interest in the election of next Tuesday, but in many states battles royal are being fought out as this i...

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

-ri' -1- 1> J^m m .... -- Another Car of Wag on Has Come the also |This week we received a car of celebrated New Moline Wagons; the John Deere Wagons, which are Mo- lines with special improvements. Do not buy until you have seen them. The only wagon manufacturers know of using Hickory spokes in their 2 3-4 wagons. The best and lightest Draught Wagon sold in Texas. Ask any of the several huii^red farmers now using New Molines if they are not all we claim for them, and then see us. S. L. Erwin & Son Honey Grove, Texas HIE? GROVE SIGNAL PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Signal Pub. Co. - Publishers J. H. Lowry Editor In New York Monday a dar- ing aviator broke all records for height by driving his aeroplane to a height of 9,714 feet. He received a prize of $10,000. The dispatches say Senator Bailey has purchased a home in Washington. The Senator's new home is on Connecticut Avenue, one of the finest residence streets of the world. Senator Joseph W. Bailey has been in Texas the past few da...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 4 November 1910

TWTT ,,v ' 1 i I BlWMfa /«) It is an easy matter for you to select Coat Suits, Skirts and Dresses From our large and well selected stock,as we show all of the new weaves, shades and qualities. The new fall ready-to-wear goods are strikingly rich in color and the styles are faultless. We are indeed proud of the beautiful ar- ray of new styles and tab- rics we are now showing and trust that every lady in town and country Will call and give us an oppor- tunity to show them. These goods are the latest in style and are models of the tailoring art. Each garment has a style all its own, is exclusive, rich and dressy. The variety is so large that every taste can be suited. :: " " Remember, we have everything in Ladies' READY-TO-WEAR GARMENTS and ev- erything in DRESS GOODS and TRIM- MINGS and they are all BRAND NEW. . "I LANE BROS., THE NEW 1 STORE :: A Call for Organization. A call for organization of Pre- cinct No. 5 has been sent to all the Superintendents and their Assistants, to meet a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 4 November 1910

■m iow the Telephone Pays f/ & ufiVv." r/\&- "I can sell the eegs. How many have we?" "Ten dozen, allfresh." The farmer who has a telephone in his home can meet a business situation whether he be at home or in town. Can you call your home on the telephone like this farmer is doing? If not you are losing money by not using the greatest convenience of modern times. The cost is so small that telephone service is within reach of every one. We will be glad to tell you all about this eco- nomical service. Write our nearest Manager or The Southwestern Telegraph & Telephone Go. S4-:o DALLAS, TEXAS HAPPY RESULTS- Have Made Many Honey Grove Residents Enthuastic. No wonder scores of Honey Grove citizens grow enthuastic. It is enough to make anyone happy to find relief after years of suffering. Public statements like the following are but truth- ful representations of the daily work done in Honey Grove by Doan's Kidney Pills. R. E. Grogan, blacksmith, North Fifth St., Honey Grove, T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 11 November 1910

GROVE SIGNAL. VOLUME 20, - Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, November II. 1910. NO. 40 i HERES ANOTHER MONEY TALK. IF YOU PUT YOUR MONEYin the BANK YOU WILL HAVE IT WHEN TfoU NEED IT. you. £xep you/L fartdeitt a. goodyiiaMi.wfity'not faefy tfOufL money, ct Sank. wfaeAi. fiiM. M0% ■GwufajiA GannotnabM, Zt. Mayer Rothschild, born in Frankfort, Germany, 1743, and founder of the Great Rothschild fortunes the greatest on eath—peddled from house to house when a boy. He saved his money. Economy and INTEREST at low rates made this great fortune. Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank. FIRST STATE BANK MISTOOK MAN FOR MINK. Why We Should Feed More Cotton- Seed Meal. Corn is a good horse feed when used with certain other feeds that will supply the nutri- ment, protein, in which corn is deficient. To supply this defi- ciency we have the richest and cheapest feed known today, and j yet, through prejudice, habit, ignorance, or carelessness, we persistently refuse to this South- ern feeding stuff in the feeding ■ of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 11 November 1910

— I They Are Still Coming We are doing the business of our lives and while the goods are rolling out every day we want to call the peoDle's attention to the fact that goods are rolling in al- so As we keep selling we also keep buying, and notwithstand- ing our immense trade our cus- tomers will find our stock intact all the time with new, fresh goods smiling on our shelves ev- ery day. Something new takes the place of every article sold. We want to speak for a minute in regard to our flladUa' Suite, ak©l\C> These are the very latest products of the looms and tail- oring establishments. Notwithstanding the styles and qualities, we have marked these goods at unheardof prices. You will do yourself an injustice if you buy before you see them. See our In Black Panamas, Black Voiles and all the fancy mix- ' tures of the latest weaves. These Skirts are the bargain yalues of the year. Come and see if you don't think so. No matter what you want in the dry goods line come and let us please...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 11 November 1910

A For Men, For Women, For Boys, For Girls. We are prepared to clothe you all Stylishly, Tastefully, Becomingly and Reasonably. Our store prides itself on The Newest Goods, The Latest Styles, The Best Values, The Most Courteous Treatment. More New Goods have been received this week and more are coming. Visit the new store. You are always wel- come and the bargains are yours. The New Store Lane Bros. Honey Grove Texas. Dr. D. R. Taylor All Modern Methods Practiced. Phone for an ap- pointment • • • • Office over the Postoffice H. H. BLANKMEYER, M. D„ E, M, I,—Cincinnati—1888 Office and Residence, 8th & Main Sts Fresh oysters cooked any style. ' At A. B. C. Diedrick's. Mrs. T. E. George left yester- j day morning for San Antonio I and Kerrville to visit relatives. Big shipment of Edwin Clapp shoes due here within a week. Please look them over while the sizes are complete. — Wilkins, Wood & Patteson. Lap robes, lap robes, lap robes at Clark's harness shop. New shipment of Ladies'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 11 November 1910

\ y°j. 3^flca ugi&v 8M ill •Kg ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. AVege table Preparation forAs- similating the Foorf and Regula ting (lie Stomachs andBowlsof Infants /Children Promotes Digestion,CkerM ness and Rest.Contains neither Opium .Morphine nor Mineral. Not Narcotic. Jtea'pe of Old. DcSMflJELPITCIER Pumpkin Secd~ Jlx. Senna v- JhMUSdh- stniseSetd * Harm Seed- Clarified Sugar- Wbtagrtm Flcmr. Aperfect Remedy for Constipa- tion , Sour Stonrach.Plarrhoca Worms .Convulsions feverish- ness and Loss OF SLE^P. Facsimile Signature cf NEW YORK. For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears 1 Signature of Use For Over hirty Years Atb months old j5 Doses-35C3NIS Guaranteed undertHeFb^a. Exact Copy of Wrapper. THE OCNTAUR COMPANY. NEW YOU* CITY. SKIN AND SCALP TROUBLES YIELD TO ZEMO. A Clean Liquid Preparation For Ex* ternal Use. Honey Grove Pharmacy is so confident that ZEMO will rid the skin or scalp of infant or grown person of pimples, black- heads, dandruff, eczema, prickly ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 25 November 1910

HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOLUME 20. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, November 25, 1910. NO. 42 TAKE IT OFF, YOU WILL WANT THAT MONEY SOME DAY. TUCK IT AWAY in the bank $0^ andlet11 'WORK FoR ~H)V. -faff W %0MM^ Extravagance is the greatest crime of the age. Are you living beyond your means ? Are you sav- ing a part of your income? If not, BEWARE! Make OTJK Bank YOUR Bank. FIRST STATE BANK j WHOSE WIFE IS SHE? OKLAHOMA'S CAPITAL TROUBLES. Governor Has Called a Special Session of the Legislature with the Hope of Having the Capital Moved to Ok- lahoma City. Oklahoma is having as much trouble in determining which of her towns is to have the honor of Legislature to meet in special session and pass a bill locating the capital at Oklahoma City. being the seat of government as, The Legislative session is to be- she had in securing admission to gin next Monday, provided a ma- statehood. j jority of the law-makers favor The bill admitting the territory passing such a bill; if the major- to statehood pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 25 November 1910

A MILLION DOLLAR SALE OF DRY GOODS Our business has grown to such enormous proportions that it has been next to im- possible for us to get goods as fast as we can sell them. In order to avoid this condi- tion in the future our buyers are in St. Louis attending the Big Million Dollar Sale of Dry Goods going on there this week, and you can rest assured that by coming in you will see bargains galore, besides finding a great many things that are scarce and hard to get. We will be glad to see you. Yours Truly, L PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Signal Pub. Co. Publishers J. H. Lowry Editor Hon. Charles B. White, late of Fannin county, but now a full- fledged citizen of the state capi- tal, has been named as Chief Clerk in the Comptroller's office by Comptroller Lane. This ap- pointment calls for a short bio- graphical sketch. Charley White grew up in the good old state of Tennessee and was quite useful in helping hold down the Repub- lican majority in the eastern di- vision of the state. In days ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 25 November 1910

r ;*'• . J >•. u For Men, For Women, For Boys, For Girls. We are prepared to clothe you all Stylishly, Tastefully, Becomingly and Reasonably. Our store prides itself on The Newest Goods, The Latest Styles, The Best Values, The Most Courteous Treatment. 4 More New Goods have been received this week and more are coming. Visit the new store. You are always wel- come and the bargains are yours. The New Store Lane Bros, Honey Grove Texas. Dr. D. R. Taylor All Modern Methods Practiced. Phone for an ap- pointment Office over the Postoffioe 0. H. BLANKMEYER, M. D., E, M, J,—Cincinnati—1888 Office and Residence, 8th & Main Sts Delicious hot chocolate served with Sunshine Clover Leaves, 10c at Diedrick's. Hot chocolate Diedrick's fount. 10c served at If you are looking for bargains go to Baker Bros. Those lap robes at Clark's Har- ness shop are beauties. Come and see them. Miss May Ballinger, who is teaching in Greenville, spent Sunday here with her parents. Mr. J. R. Scott and wife, o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 25 November 1910

TOTAL VOTE IN FANNIN COUNTY Children Cry for Fletcher's A Tlie Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in lis© for over 30 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per- sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good'' are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor- Oil, Pare- goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It 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 iBears the Signature of The Kind You Ha...

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