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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 14 April 1911

GROVE SIGNAL. VOLUME 21. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, April 14. 1911. NO. 10 Hot Weather is Coming Get a Hot Weather Machine Now Ice Cream Freezers The White Mountain Freezer is best freezer ever put on the market. It is a triple motion machine, large can, and easy to clean. Curney Refrigerators The Gurney Refrigerator is the on- ly cleanable refrigerator on the market. You can take everything out of the Gurney and clean it. :: Water Coolers All sizes of galvanized coolers in stock now. Lawn Mowers Our stock of Lawn Mowers consists of sev- eral different grades, ranging in price from .50 to $12.00. :: :: :: :: :: Screen Wire and Screen Doors. All sizes screen doors, natural finish and painted in all styles. Both galvanized and black screen* wire in any width you need. :: :: :: :: E.G. McKinney Hdw. Co McKee Building, Honey Grove Changing One's Mind WHAT ONE VOTE DID. It Caused a War and Annexed Texas, the One Vote of a Sick Man. Texas was annexed to the Unit- ed States and the war wi...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 14 April 1911

R i W ^ imr '"Tis the wink of an eye, 'tis the draught of a breath, From the blossom of health to the pale- ness of death. perhaps the greatness of the man was shown in brightest colors when he lost all through sticking From the gilded salon to the bier and to principle. He lost, gracefui- Hthe shroud, Oh, why should proud." the spirit of mortal be // Kofi Kaba, Kaba, Aback. New ar- rivals—up-to-date and pretty. Call and see them. Bed Springs—just the thing you want when you are tired. The famous Border Q,ueen Kitchen Cabinet that makes kitchen work a pleasure. The two-minute Freezo Cream Freezer, Porcelain lined Refrigerators at vary low prices. Porch Furniture to please all. .'. .\ .\v SMITH-POOLE COMP'NY HOI! GBOTE SIGNAL PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDflY. Signal Pub. Co. - Publishers J. H. Lowry Editor We have interviewed a number of men regarding the harem skirt and find all in favor of it, provid- ed it can be constructed out of last-year skirts without violation of sartorial ethics or ...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 14 April 1911

BEAUTIES FOR SPRINC What Would Spring lie Without Pretty Dresses? Whatever it Would be. It Wouldn't be Spring. We desire to call your attention to our show- ing of Ladies' dresses, skirts and waists. The more discriminating our customers are—the more they know about t^e correct weaves of clothes and styles, the better we like it, for if they know the correct fabrics, shades and styles, they will recognize at a a glance that that our garments embody all the latest features of the season. They^lso appreciate all the beautiful tailoring and trimmings put into our Waists, Skirts and Dresses. From the lowest to the highest-priced garments they are out of the ordinary. Call and let us show you these pretty goods. We have something to please everybody. : The styles are the latest, the fabrics the newest, the prices the lowest. Not all well dressed men are gentlemen. But most gentlemen like to be well dressed. The clothes you wear have a remarkable influence in determining how your fel- low...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 14 April 1911

, Paints and Finishes for Your Home If there is s 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 ACME QUALITY 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. IIIIIIIIIHH'I \ T — COME IN and get a copy of THE ACME QLALITY 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 copv. IT'S F REE. Honey Grove Pharmacy — FOR AGED PEOPLE. Old Folks Should be Careful i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 21 April 1911

> GROVE SIGNAL. VOLUME 21. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, April 21. 1911. NO. il Surreys and Buggies .*>• We have the most up-to-date line of Surreys and Buggies ever brought to Honey Grove now on display in our large warehouse. We are agents for this ter- ritory for Moon Bros., Henney and Ban- ner goods and sell them cheap, and give any kind of terms to suit the buyer. Call and see us and let us show you through the warehouse. Respt'y., The Underwood Co. INSANE WOMAN KILLS CHILD. Took Four-Year Old Son from Bed and Drowned Him in Water- ing Trough. One of the saddest happenings that has occurred in this commu- nity lately was brought to light Tuesday night between twelve and one o'clock when Mr. A.~J. Sullivan, who resides northwest of town, was awakened from his sleep to find one of his children on a bed cold in death. An in- vestigation proved that the little one had been drowned and that Mrs. Sullivan, who for several years has been subject to spells of insanity, was responsi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 21 April 1911

"X c E A Kofi Kaba, Kaba, Aback. New ar- rivals—up-to-date and pretty. Call and see them. Bed Springs—just the thing you want when you are tired. The famous Border Q,ueen Kitchen Cabinet that makes kitchen work a pleasure. The two-minute Freezo Cream Freezer, Porcelain lined Refrigerators at very low prices. Porch Furniture to please all. SMITH-POOLE COIT NY The Lower House of Congress has passed a biil requiring that all campaign expenses, as well as the names and amounts of con- tributors, be published prior to elections. Should the Senate concur in the House's action a most important step in the interest of pure elections will have been taken. Publicity is the cure for corruption in elec- tions as well as for other forms of political rottenness. Let the voters know how much money has been contributed to elect a candidate, and who did the con- tributing, and they will be in better position to mark their ballots. The constitutionality of the re- call, that feature of government whi...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 21 April 1911

BEAUTIES FOR SPRING What Would Spring be Without Pretty Dresses? Whatever it Would be. It Wouldn't be Spring. We desire to call your attention to our show- ing of Ladies' dresses, skirts and waists. The more, discriminating our customers are—the more they know about the correct weaves of clothes and styles, the better we like it, for if they know the correct fabrics, shades and styles, they will recognize at a a glance that that our garments embody all the latest features of the season. They also appreciate all the beautiful tailoring and trimmings put into our Waists, Skirts and Dresses. From the lowest to the highest-priced garments they are out of the ordinary. Call and let us show you these pretty goods. We have something to please everybody. : r L.J The styles are the latest, the fabrics the newest, the prices the lowest. Not all well dressed men are gentlemen. But most gentlemen like to be well dressed. The clothes you wear have a remarkable influence in determining how your f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 21 April 1911

Economy in Painting Your House does not mean buying the paint sold at the lowest price per gallon. It means getting the paint that covers the most surface per gallon and gives the greatest number of years of service -—in other words, the best value for your dollar. i < I t - HOUSE PAINT costs less because it takes less and lasts longer. Let us show you pleasing color combinations, estimate quantity needed, or be of any other service we can, whether you buy or not. Come in and get an Acme Quality Painting Guide Book and some color suggestions. Honey Grove Pharmacy A SAFE SUBSTITUTE FOR CALO- MEL. A Mild Vegetable Medicine for the Liver That is Free from the Dam gem of the Powerful Chemical, Calomel. The Honey Grove Pharmacy has a mild, vegetable remedy that successfully takes the place of the powerful mineral drug calomel, the old-fashioned liver medicine. This remedy is Dod- son's Liver-Tone, a very pleasant tasted liquid that gives quick but gentle relief from constipa: tion wit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 28 April 1911

•V HONEY GROVE SIGNAL VOLUME 21. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, April 28, 1911. NO. 12 Store Miscellany Nobbiness for Grown-Ups and Juveniles of Two Genders and any Number and Case For the Juveniles For the Boys and Girls the Buster Brown Blue Ribbon Shoes and Iron-Clad Hosiery continues to solve the foot problem. Positively every pair guaranteed. No other shoes or hosiery ever gave such entire satisfaction to the little people who wear them or the parents who buy them. BOYS' WASH SUITS. A very large shipment of Boys' Wash Suits is just in. We have not in a long time been able to buy a bill of goods with which we are more highly pleased than this one. They are pretty, they are nobby, they are cheap, and they will make the little men as happy as lambs in a meadow. KOYALI Are the best. Hats for Women Millinery, always an interest- ing subject, is more Interesting just now for the reason that since Easter we have marked special prices on all our Pat- tern Hats. We still have many beautifu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 28 April 1911

IHHHHBHHHHHI V * Real French Drip Coffee, can not be made, unless the cof fee itself is j)re- j)ared, blended and roasted ac- cording to the famous French method. Use UIZIANNE COFFEE For all- around family Come *'OCER he Reily-TayiorCq New Orleaws.li.sa use. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Signal Pub. Co. - Publishers J. H. Lowry Editor Snobbery will never take a strong hold in free America. Not long since there was a ball at the U. S. Naval Academy and one of the young officers accompanied to the social function a young lady who was serving as gover- ness in a lieutenant's family. The next day the young officer was informed by some one in authority that he should not have invited the young lady because of her position. In some way news of the event reached a Con- gressman from Indiana and he wrote the institution demanding an explanation of the affair. The Secretary of the Academy replied, saying the incident grew out of a "misunderstanding of the status of the young lady." This, how- ever...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 28 April 1911

— mm BEAUTIES FOR SPRING What Would Spring be Without Pretty Dresses? Whatever it Would be, It Wouldn't be Spring. We desire to call your attention to our show- ing of Ladies' dresses, skirts and waists. The more discriminating our customers are—the more they know about the correct weaves of clothes and styles, the better we like it, for if they know the correct fabrics, shades and styles, they will recognize at a a glance that that our garments embody all the latest features of Ihe season. They also appreciate all the beautiful tailoring and trimmings put into our Waists, Skirts and Dresses. From the lowest to the highest-priced garments they are out of the ordinary. f Call and let us show you these pretty goods. We have something to please everybody. : The styles are the latest, the fabrics the newest, the prices the lowest. Not all well dressed men are gentlemen. But most gentlemen like to be well dressed. The clothes you wear have a remarkable influence in determining how your f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 28 April 1911

Paint Your Own Carriage you can do it yourself and at little expense. It's easy to give it a beautiful, hard, brilliant, varnish-gloss finish in black or rich appropriate colors. ACME QUALITY CARRIAGE PAINT (Neal's) is made especially to give to buggies, carriages and vehicles of all kinds, a tough, durable, glossy finish that will look well and wear well. An ideal finish for settees, flower stands, porch furni- ture, garden tools and all surfaces that must withstand exposure and hard usage. Ready to brush on and the label tells how. Honey Grove Pharmacy Mrs. E. C. Hudson Dead. Mrs. E. C. Hudson, of Lamasco, one of the county's most useful, well known and respected wo- men, passed away Tuesday morn- ing, April 17. She had been suf- fering several months of dropsy. The end came peacefully and she passed without a struggle. Mrs. Hudson was born at Holly Springs, Miss., May 17, 1842. Her father, W. S. Scott, moved to Ellis county, where she met and, in her eighteenth year, was wedded t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 5 May 1911

HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOLUME 21. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, May 5. 1911. NO. 13 Store Miscellany Nobbiness for Grown-TJps and Juveniles of Two Genders and any Number and Case For the Juveniles For the Boys and Girls the Bu3ter Brown Blue Ribbon Shoes and Iron-Clad Hosiery continues to solve the foot problem. Positively every pair guaranteed. No other shoes or hosiery ever gave such entire satisfaction to the little people who wear them or the parents who buy them. BOYS' WASH SUITS. A very large shipment of Boys' Wash Suits is just in. We have not in a long time been able to buy a bill of goods with which we are more highly pleased than this one. They are pretty, they are nobby, they are cheap, and they will make the little men as happy as lambs in a meadow. KOYAL Hats for Women Millinery, always an interest- ing subject, is more Interesting just now for the reason that since Easter we have marked special prices on all our Pat- tern Hats. We still have many beautiful pattern creations...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 5 May 1911

... HI I Too Much Clothing—Too Many Clothing If you want a suit, we will make the price to "suit" you. No one can show you the variety to select from. Four good lines, all up-to-date and remember that we will make the price right. • • • • 99c Per Dozen CABINET PHOTOGRAPHS Regular Price, $3.00 Per Dozen Guaranteed satisfaction. I am amply fixed to turn out this work promptly; no long wait. Five hundred should take advantage of this offer within the next month—not near all the people are sup- plied with pictures. J. L. LAMB, PHOTOGRAPHER PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Signal Pub. Co. - Publishers J. H. Lowry Editor With twenty members of the Ohio legislature under indictment for accepting bribes, and one member of the Tennessee Legis- lature declaring he was offered a bribe, and the Lorimer case looking a little uglier all the time, and the Mississippi bribery cases still fresh in memory, it seems likely that bribe-giving and bribe-takingare liable to be- come the principal business of law-m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 5 May 1911

Sot «Lo.di£s aM i HI (8Ao\Wtfv^ jos $>©\ia Nowhere in Honey Grove will you be able to duplicate the val- ues we are giving in Clothing for men and boys. Every suit in the house is of the latest style, the best make and a big yalue for the price asked. We want the pleasure—and it is a pleasure to show them—of showing you this line whether you purchase or not. Come and see them. :: :: Our stock of haberdashery for men and boys is complete—ties, handkerchiefs, sox, etc. :: We have assembled a very complete and beau- tiful array of Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Gar- ments. We are confident that among will be found something that will please lady better than anything she can find where. Another feature of this stock is them each else- the price, ranging from ccstly to cheap—but all the garments are high-grade. :: :: :: :: We have secured the agency for the celebrated With these patterns a cutting and Construc- tion Guide is furnished free of charge; with which any garment can be cut out and c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 5 May 1911

8 CHURCH STATISTICS. Refinishing Marred Furniture IS EASY AND INEXPENSIVE Shabby, scratched pieces of furniture that are unsightly and a discredit to your home can be made to look bright and new at slight pense—and you can do it yourself. ex- VARNO-LAC stains and varnishes at one operation, giving to all kinds of surfaces the elegant effect and dur- able, lustrous surface of beautifully finished oak, mahogany, walnut or other expensive woods. Call for color card. Honey Grove Pharmacy FOR AGED PEOPLE. Old Folks Should Be Cartful in Their Selection of Regulative Remedy. We have a safe, dependable and altogether ideal remedy that is particularly adapted to the re- quirements of aged people and persons o f weak constitutions who suffer from constipation or other bowel disorders. We are so certain that it will relieve these complaints and give abso- lute satisfaction in every particu- lar that we offer it with our per- sonal guarantee that it shall cost the user nothing if it fails to su...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 12 May 1911

HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOLUME 21, Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, May 12. 1911. NO. J4 A Week of Bargains r. i '' WHA SGDOODLES.' We have just received the largest quantity of Ladies' Muslin Under- wear ever before shipped to Honey Grove and bought them at a ridiculously low price. In order to dispose of them quickly we are going to give our customers the benefit of this good buy. • • • • • • c • MONDAY MORNING, MAY 15th We will put on sale One Thouand Garments, consisting of Ladies Gowns, Chemise, Pants, Skirts, Corset Covers and Combination Suits, at far less than the manufacturer's price, which will mean at least fifty per cent, saving to you on your Underwear purchase. This great assortment consists of everything from the cheapest to the best, so you will not be disappointed, as you will be able to find exactly what you want at this great saving. We are going to make next week a week of bargains all the way through our large store, so come one, come all. First come, first served. We wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 12 May 1911

I 111' t'** Too Much Clothing—Too Many Clothing If you want a suit, we will make the price to "suit" you. No one can show you the variety to select from. Four good lines, all up-to-date and remember that we will make the price right. 99c Per Dozen CABINET PHOTOGRAPHS Regular Price, $3,00 Per Dozen Guaranteed satisfaction. I am amply fixed lo turn out this work promptly; no long wait. Five hundred should take advantage of this offer within the next month—not near all the people are sup- plied with pictures. 11 J. I. LAMB, PHOTOGRAPHER MM B80TE SIGNAL PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Signal Pub. Co. - Publishers j. H. L>wry - - Editor The CoTorado Assembly adjourn- ed Saturday without having elected a representative to the United States Senate, after hav- ing been deadlocked on the question since January. This means that Colorado will be represented in the United States for the next two years by only one man and him a Republican. Under the law a Senator cannot be appointed by the Governor o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 12 May 1911

Saaty O.EV& "Ui^aw&btas So; &adi<&a arvd taiv\tam<£f\ ^VCVjuiv^ ]sx &f\& Sio\4a Nowhere in Honey Groye will you be able to duplicate the val- ues we are giving in Clothing for men and boys. Every suit in the house is of the latest style, the best make and a big yalue for the price asked. We want the pleasure—and it is a pleasure to show them—of showing you this line whether you purchase not. Come and see them. :: or Our stock of haberdashery for men and boys is complete—ties, handkerchiefs, sox, etc. :: - We have assembled a very complete and beau- tiful array of Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Gar- ments. We are confident that among will be found something that will please lady better than anything she can find where. Another feature of this stock is them each else- the price, ranging from ccstly to cheap—but all the garments are high-grade. :: :: :: :: We have secured the agency for the celebrated With these patterns a cutting and Construc- tion Guide is furnis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 12 May 1911

r Mn. - %.• *: - A Dainty Enameled Bedroom i Don't you admire a light, dainty bedroom with immaculate linen and draperies, and with walls, furni- ture and woodwork all enameled in pure white or some delicate tint such as ivory or pale blue? You can have one—it is not expensive. ACME QUALITY ENAMEL (Neal's) gives a hard, sanitary, lustrous, genuine enamel surface, easily kept bright and clean. It is offered in delicate tints or rich colors to harmonize with draperies and furnishings. Honey Grove Pharmacy J-ACME 0. 'J QUALITY GOOD NEWS. Many Honey Grove Readers Have Heard it and Profited Thereby. "Good news travels fast," and the thousand of bad back suffer- ers in Honey Grove are glad to learn that prompt relief is within their reach. Many a lame, weak and aching back is bad no more, thanks to Doan's Kidney Pills. Our citizens are telling the good news of their experience with the Old Quaker Remedy. Here is an example worth reading: Charles L. Bray, of Honey Grove, Texas, says; "For ...

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