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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 4 August 1911

ft i l. HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOLUME 21. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, August 4, 1911. NO. 26 First National Bank Honey Grove, Texas CAPITAL AND SURPLUS • - - $250,000.00 Shareholders Additional Liability • $125,000.00 We do business under the restrictions and safeguards of the National Banking Law. Your account is solicited, will be appreciated and will have careful attention. W. D. WILKINS, M. A. GALBRAITH, D. E. TAYLOR, DIRECTORS: B. 0. WALCOTT, T. W. TROUT, G. W. McCLEARY JNO. A. PIERCE BOY BURGLARS AT BONHAM. SUICIDE AT ROXTON A Weil-Known Citizen Bade Hts Wife Good-Bye Over the 'Phone and Blew Out His Brains. John Umberson, a well known citizen of Roxton, committed sui- cide Sunday night by blowing out his brains with a Winchester rifle. Deceased was 38 years old and was highly respected by those who knew him. It is said that Umberson and his wife quarreled Sunday at noon, follow- ing which Mrs. Umberson re- turned to the home of her par- brother. Late in the afternoon Umberson ca...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 4 August 1911

WAGONS ami sit B! We have bought one hundred (100) Wagons—Springfield and Studebaker. We sell for cash or terms to suit you. Underwood Co. WILL THERE BE A CONTEST? One of the unsettled questions now before the people of the State is whether the recent pro- hibition election will be contest- ed. Last Saturday a meeting of the State Prohibition Committee was held in Fort Worth, and in addition to members of the Com- mittee many prominent prohibi- tionists of the state were pres- ent. There was much discussion but no definite action further than a call for another meeting in Austin Monday. After much investigation the committee sub- mitted a report Wednesday stat- ing that much evidence of fraud in the way of illegally obtaining poll tax receipts had been discov- ered, but the committee said that it could not, .with the evidence in hand, recommend a contest. The work will be continued, how- ever, and as sixty days following an election are allowed by law for the filing of a contest, it...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 4 August 1911

Enterprise, Hercules aid Blue Ribbon E. We have just unloaded a car of ENTERPRISE BUGGIES These buggies are as high a grade of buggies as you'll find. Buggy and Team Harness from $35.00 to $60.00 a set. All kinds of Strap Goods that go to make a set of harness. We want your harness business. : C. McKINNEY HARDWARE COMPANY "Mighty Apt to Have It" Honey Grove, Texas South Side Square Dr. D. R. Taylor All Modern Methods Practiced. Phone for an ap- pointment Office over the Postoffice HOMY GROVE HIGUt RAILWAY TIME-TABLE, SANTA FS. (Dally except Sunday.) Li aves - 8:00 a. m Arrives 9:45p, m | LOCAL NOTES. Mr. Sam Miller, of Shawnee, Okla., is visiting relatives in the city. Miss Georgia Richardson re- turned Monday from a visit with relatives near Fayetteyille, Ark. Mrs. W. W. Mason arrived home Monday from Merkel, where she spent about three weeks with relatives. An interesting revival meeting is in progress a t the Windom Christian church. Up to Mon- day night there had been three addi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 4 August 1911

When you have a languid, stretchy feeling, achey sensations in the legs, sallow complexion, bad breath, disordered stomach, constipated bowels and you feel "no account." blue and discouraged, LOOK OUT FOR CHILLS You Have the Symptoms and If You Do Not Do Something You Will Surely Have the Disease. HERB1NE IS THE REMEDY YOU NEED. It is a medicine Of marvelous power in ridding the system of Malarial germs. It acts promptly; the first dose brings improvement, a few days use drives out the disease completely. As a Chill remedy, Herbine is vastly superior to the old style syrups which sicken the stomach. It contains no quinine or poisonous ingredients. Its anti-periodic effect is derived purely from herbs' which destroy the germs that have found their way into the system, and, through the admirable pur- gative effect of the medicine, they are driven out of the body. In all Malarial disorders the Liver is the starting point. It is torpid, and as' a result the system is full of bilious imp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 11 August 1911

HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOLUME 21. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, August II, 1911. NO. 27 THANK YOU! We thank the people for the splendid patronage given our Clean-up Sale. To say we are pleased with the bus- iness but faintly expresses our feelings. The people came from far and near and our large force of salespeople were kept as busy as bees. We know that every purchaser got a bargain and this is a matter of great satisfaction to us. The people have learned that when we announce a sale the announcement means a bona fide sale and we never have cause to complain oyer the lack of patronage. We positively will not carry over goods until they are out of date, and when we find that we are likely to have goods that will be carried over we put prices on them that will sell them while they are in date. :: All remnants left oyer from our Clean-up Sale you will find on our Job counters at move-out prices. There are now many great bargains on these counters. :: Again thanking you for your patronage,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 11 August 1911

WAGONS I v %. •t fifwW t&MZM ai'vi tju ;.<7 £' I'm.iiT -Hi iiH<tiinuSi:iiii3iU(m:ii' V: '■ V1 I WjW / \lie,■ 'ill1,; We have bought one hundred (100) Wagons—Springfield and Studebaker. We sell for cash or terms to suit you. Underwood Co. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Signal Pub. Co. Publishers J. H. Lowry Editor Having appropriated nearly every other portion of man's apparel, woman has at last seized upon his boots. Two women were convicted of bootlegging is Bowie county and sentenced to terms in the penitentiary. In making the race for United States Senator in Mississippi Hon. Jim Yardaman spent less than $2000. One of his opponents spent $25,000, the other $20,000, yet Mr. Yardaman received more votes than both of them. Mis- sissippi played brains against bank accounts and won a notable victory., In signing a treaty binding themselves, in case of disputes, to resort to arbitration as a means to a friendly settlement, the United States, Great Britian and France have taken a lon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 11 August 1911

B&BSS ijrirflir Enterprise, Hercules and Blue Ribbon We have just unloaded a car of ENTERPRISE BUGGIES These buggies are as high a grade of buggies as you'll find. Buggy and Team Harness from $35.00 to $60.00 a set. All kinds of Strap Goods that go to make a set of harness. We want your harness business. : E. C. McKINNEY HARDWARE COMPANY "Mighty Apt to Have It" Honey Grove, Texas South Side Square Mr. Malcolm Tappscott, of Dal- las, spent Saturday and Sunday with homefolks. Mrs. P. M. Price left yester- day for San Antonio to visit Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bryan. All delinquents on water bills will be cut off without further notice. W. J. Erwin, Sec'ty. Wagons for cash or on terms to suit. When you want a wagon come and let us show you the Springfield and Studebaker. — The Underwood Co. Miss Bettie Davidson left yes- terday for New York, where she will spend some time purchasing fall and winter goods for the la- dies' department of. the William- son-Spelce Company store. Mrs. B. E. Sa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 11 August 1911

Mv First Experience With Auto. Continued from page 1) making this discovery and I told him that I had suspected for some time that the gasoline had given out. He invited me to ac- company him to a country store that was hard by, that is if a store that was two miles away could be called "hard by," and assist him in bringing back five gallons of gasoline. We had to go through a mile of freshly plowed stubble on the way to the store and when we returned we were so exhausted that we had to lie down and rest awhile be- fore we could pour the gasoline into the tank. We arrived at our destination at 7 o'clock that afternoon, not- withstanding we had punctured two tires and had run into into four ditches within the last ten miles of the trip. When night came we lighted the auto lamps and bade the friends good-bye who had enter- tained us, and started on our re- turn trip. But the machine would not move no matter how hard he cranked it. He finally gave it up and was making arrangements with...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 18 August 1911

HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. — -■ ■■ - VOLUME 21. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, August 18, 1911. NO. 28 WAGON S ;; I We have bought one hundred (100) Wagons—Springfield and Studebaker. We sell for cash or terms to suit you. Underwood Co. PROMPTING AN AUDIENCE. English Actors Give a Signal When It's Time to Laugh. "Nothing illustrates the difference between English and American wit more, probably, than the manner in which playwrights write their lines," said Rupert Hughes. "There are few people who realize the intricacy of the science of writing a 'laugh'—that is, a line capable of producing a laugh from an audience. "A man may write one of the fun- niest lines ever given to the American stage and see it ignored by an audi- ence because of some act on the part of the producing company or one mem- ber of that company. I have seen the wittiest remarks wasted because of the move of a hand or of the head of the comedian or actor who enunciated it Then, again, the laugh is taken out of a line by the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 18 August 1911

#/ ' #K' Here's Your Good Health and Pleasure Come—follow the arrow 'til you join ihe merry throng of palate pleased men and women who have quit seeking for the one best beverage because they've found it— Real satisfaction in every glass—snap and sparkle and go. Quenches the thirst—cools like a breeze. Delicious—Refreshing—Wholesome 5c Everywhere Whenever you see an A r row think of Coca-Cola Send for our interest ing booklet "The Truth About Coca-Cola THE COCA-COLA CO. Atlanta, Ga. 53 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Signal Pub. Co. - Publishers J. H, Lowry Editor Mr. Brice Collins, who con- ducted the Petty Enterprise for many years, has purchased a newspaper plant at Bogata, Red River county, and moved to that place this week. jSe is a fine newspaper man and will make an interesting paper anywhere. William J. Bryan denies the report that he is to enter the ministry. He says he will speak from pulpits occasionally, but that he expects to devote his life to matters political. There are many...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 18 August 1911

Enterprise, Hercules and Blue Ribbon • We have just unloaded a car of ENTERPRISE BUGGIES These buggies are as high a grade of buggies as you'll find. Buggy and Team Harness from $35.00 to $60.00 a set. All kinds of Strap Goods that go to make a set of harness. We want your harness business. : E. G. McKINNEY HARDWARE COMPANY "Mighty Apt to Have It" Honey Grove, Texas South Side Square Dr. P. R. Taylor All Modern Methods Practiced. Phone for an ap- pointment Office over the Postoffiee RAILWAY TIME-TABLE, SANTA FE. (Daily except Sunday.) L >aves 8:00 a. m Arrives 9:45p,m | LOCAL NOTES. t Guess at the candle. How long will the candle burn ? Have your cotton insured with J. F. Black. Foster Photos are the best, tf How long will the candle burn ? Mrs. A. J. Breeding, of Dallas, is spending a few days in the city with friends. Wagons, the old-time favorites, Springfield and Studebaker, we have them, y The Underwood Co. Mr. Sam Miller, who had been visiting relatives here for sever- al d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 18 August 1911

SALIVATED BY DANG ROUS CAL- OMEL. If You Ever Saw a Man Salivated You Dou't Want Any'More Calo- mel Yourself. There's no real reason why a person should take calomel any- way, when fifty cents will buy a large bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone-a perfect substitute for calomel. It is a pleasant tasting vegetable liquid which will start the liver just as surely as calo- mel, and which has absolutely no bad after-effects. Children and grown people can take Dodson's Liver Tone with- out any restriction of habit or diet. The Honey Grove Pharmacy sells it and garantees it to take the place of calomel and will re- fund your money if it fails in your case.—Honey Grove Phar- macy. Why a Lawyer Quit the Criminal Practice. NAPOLEON'S TAILOR. Yes, it is a fact that I will never again defend any man who is charged with crime, for a money consideration. I am not ready to say that all criminal lawyers are dishonest, but upon the contrary think there are many honest lawyers who defend men charged with ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 25 August 1911

HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. 'OLUME 21. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, August 25. 1911. NO. 29 AGONS iiiFipsiisiiii'Siiw m Bl II p We have bought one hundred (100) Wagons—Springfield and Studebaker. We sell for cash or terms to suit you. Underwood Co. ATTACKED TWO GIRLS. Then Killed Himself to Avoid Legal Punishment. One of the strangest crimes committed in the state was com- mitted near Hamilton last Friday when a tenant farmer named John Williams flew into a rage and attacked two daughters of his neighbor. The girls are 17 and 13 years old and daughters of the man from whom Williams rented land. Their parents were iway from home and the girls rent to Williams' house to water some stock at the well. Williams told them the water was scarce and forbade them watering the stock, but the girls went ahead drawing water. Seizing a stick the enraged man knocked both the girls down, inflicting fatal injuries upon one of them. The other girl got up and ran, but Williams pursued" her evidently determined...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 25 August 1911

ForvYour Enjoyment Here's an individual among drinks—a beverage that fairly snaps with delicious goodness and refreshing wholesomeness. has more to it than mere wetness or sweetness—it's vig orous, full of life. You'll enjoy it from the first sip to the last drop and afterwards DELICIOUS - REFRESHING THIRST-QUEN CHING THE COCA-COLA CO., Atlanta, Ga. 51 Whenever you see an p Arrow think I Cola of Coca PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Signal Pub. Co. Publishers J. ti. Lowry Editor While not by any me&ns a fash- ion journal, the Signal feels it to be its duty to print fashion items of importance, and here is the decree from Paris concerning the coming fall and winter costumes. ' 'The stylish woman will be hip- less, she will wear her clothes cut empire, she will wear dresses that cling to her form in luring lines." Now, really, what is the woman of plump figure, who has been saying things about her lean sister, going to do? day of the lean sister's reven is near. early his y he A Sherman ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 25 August 1911

1 Enterprise, Hercules and Blue Ribbon We have just unloaded a car of ENTERPRISE BUGGIES These buggies are as high a grade of buggies as you'll find. Buggy and Team Harness from $35.00 to $60.00 a set. All kinds of Strap Goods that go to make a set of harness. We want your harness business. : E. C. McKINNEY HARDWARE COMPANY'" - "Mighty Apt to Have It" Honey Grove, Texas South Side Square Dr. D. R« Taylor All Modern Methods Practiced, Phone for an ap- pointment Office over the Postoffice please Take Notice. The Signal cannot acccept for publication articles of any length that do not reach the office by noon Wednesday. By this time practically all the space of the paper is provided for and it is very seldom that contributed articles can be handled at a later date. Three unsigned articles, were received for this week's paper Thursday morning which we would have been glad to print *;jad there been time and space yjr them. We gladly give space; ?§ contributed articles but can- de; ;ot ac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 25 August 1911

' SHE READ THE CARDS. And Told Joachim Murat, King of Naples, How He Would Die. Fortune telling by means of cards '(cartomancy) was extensively prac- ticed in France during the period of the first consulship. Notable among the professional practition- ers was one Mile. Lenonnand, whose most eminent client was Na- poleon Bonaparte. The Empress Josephine and Joachim Murat when king of Na- ples frequently consulted with the sibyl, and Bernadotte, the king of Sweden, it is recorded, once visited her and listened to a card reading which thoroughly startled him. .When Bonaparte's nephew became emperor of the French cartomancy was being practiced in exalted cir- cles, for, from stories and com- ment of his confidants, il is known that Napoleon III. had as great a belief in such matters as his illustrious uncle. Joachim Murat, king of Naples, once sought Mile. Lenormand to gain information regarding his fu- ture. The card's were produced and Joachim was asked to cut them. The king of diamon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 1 September 1911

HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOLUME 21. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, September I, I9II. NO. 30 I 'Oils % Paints and 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. COME IN and get a copy of THE ACME 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. ITS FREE. Honey G...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 1 September 1911

Coolitvg arv Icicle tas If you want to think of crisp winter weather and sparkling frost; if you want to forget the heat and the dust and the thirst for real, cool comfort n DRINK As sparkling,wholesome and refreshing as a spring house icicle. So next time you're hot or tired or thirsty, if you're anywhere near a place that sells Coca-Cola, go in and give yourself a real treat;. DELICIOUS — REFRESHING THIRST -QUENCHING tend for 5c Everywhere .nl T ii .I Tffi THE COCA-COLA COMPANY fa- baAlet, AtUnta, G«. "The Truth ffxa* CcwaColt 52 Wheneret you see «n Arrow think of Coca-Cola HONE? 6B0TE Mil PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDfqy. Signal Pub. Co. - Publishers J. H. Lowry Editor Our world is but a changing flower Which blossoms to give joy or pain; What last week was a * 'splendid show- er " '-w. . . / We now pronounce an "awful rain." September 11 the state of Maine will vote upon the ques- tion of retaining or eliminating the prohibition clause in her con- stitution. Maine has had prohi- bition a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 1 September 1911

Enterprise, Hercules and Blue Ribbon We have just unloaded a car of ■ i ■ i These* buggies are as high a grade of buggies as you'll find. Buggy and Team Harness from $35.00 to $60.00 a set. All kinds of Strap Goods that go to make a set of harness. We want your harness business. : —: : —: E. C. . HARDWARE COMPANY ' 'Mighty Apt to Have It'' Honey Grove, Texas South Side Square Dr. D. R. Taylor All Modern Methods Practiced. Phone for an ap- pointment Office over the Postoffioe RAILWAY TIME-TABLE SANTA FB. (Daily except Sunday.) L 8:00 a. m Arrives.,". ..r........... 9:45p, m LOCAL NOTES, t t Have your cotton insured with J. F. Black. Mrs. J. D. MOyer and son Hugh are spending the week at Blos- som. Miss Ruby Murphy, of Hous- ton, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wood. Mr. R. D. Abbott has been here this week visiting Mr. G. W. McFarland and family. White Crest J*lour keeps the children fat and the cook in good humor. We have it.—Mc- Gaughey & Sons. Mrs. Fred Taylor left yester- d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 1 September 1911

When the bones ache and the joints are Inflamed, -with much tenderness et the affected parts, you need a powerful penetrating agent to overcome the attack. BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT US A PAIN RELIEF OF CREAT EFFICACY. Its wonderful penetrating power affords a most gratifying sense of relief to the afflicted. It eases pain quickly, subdues all inflammatory conditions and rapidly restores strength and comfort in the aching joints. It is equally effective in relieving neuralgia and sciatica. Rub it in well, gently but thoroughly; its healing and strengthening influence is manifest as soon as it reaches the nerves at the seat of the disturbance. A few applications controls the disorder and restores normal conditions. As a household remedy for curing cuts, wounds, burns, sores or the hundred and one accidents that are always occurring'to the flesh, it has no superior. Put Up in Three Sizes, 25c, 50c and $1.00 per Bottle. JAMES P. BALLARD PROPRIETOR ST. LOUIS, MO. For Sore Eyes, Granulated ...

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