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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 10 November 1911

Scott's Emulsion aids Digestion nourishes the Nerves and all the Vital Forces 28 VOLUME 21. HONEY GROVE SIGNAL Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, November 10, 1911. Scott's Emulsion should be taken every winter TO PREVENT Grippe, Colds Rheumatism and Catarrh 34 NO. 40 \ Everything in Hardware All Kinds of Sbeet Metal Work STOVES RANGES HIGH-GRADE TOOLS BUILDERS' HARDWARE POCKET CUTLERY TABLE CUTLERY SILVER PLATED WARE GUNS AMMUNITION Farming Implements DEERE Buggies and Surries Fort Smith WAGONS Everything Else We Make a Specialty of Sanitary PI um bi ng PAY US A VISIT TEXAS FARM VALUES GAIN $1,000,000,000 Population on Farms Increases Nearly Half a Million. We have on the tax assessors' rolls of Texas 156,946,934 acres of land, leaving approximately 11,000,- 000 acres of land not on the tax rolls which is owned by the State, exempt from taxation, or assessed as town and city lots. The assessed value of land has increased- from $3.02 per acre in 1900 to $01 pei acre in 1910, making a total...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 10 November 1911

rzz.' I Clean-Up sale on Ladies* Coat Suits We have a good assortment of clean, new Misses' and Ladies Coat Suits that we want to close out. We don't want to carry a single one over; in order to do this we will make the following prices: $ 7.50 Ladies' Coat Suits . .....$ 4.85 $15.00 Ladies' Coat Suits - - $11.00 10.00 Ladies' Coat Suits . . . . . . 7.25 18.00 Ladies' Coat Suits 12.50 12.50 Ladies' Coat Suits . 8.25 25.oo Ladies' Coat Suits 18.00 Come early and get your choice. Nothing sold above cost. WILKINS, WOOD & PATTESON J WINDOW GLASS and PLATE GLASS of every kind and every size. Anything you want in this line at Honey Grove Lumber Co PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Signal Pub. Co. - Publishers J. H. Lowry Editor A few days ago a man 106 years old died in California while smoking a cigarette. Boys, cut out the Jcoffin tacks; if they can send a well-seasoned, tough old fellow of 106 years to his long home what will they do to a young, tender boy? The right to vote is not the on- l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 10 November 1911

Dr. D. R. Taylor All Modern Methods Practiced. Phone for an ap- pointment Office over the Postoffice DR, JABY G. BALDWIN Practiced limited to Rectum, Genito-Urinary and Venereal Diseases Gibbs Building San Antonio, Texas HE? GROVE SIGNAL ^ -V "V • $ LOCAL NOTES. # $*%/%> ^i-%- %%• Window glass, all sizes, for sale by Honey Grove Lumber Co. Miss Jones, of Kansas City, is the guest of Miss Annie Ballew. See our sleeping porch beds; they are beauties.—Smith-Poole Co. __ New shipment of ladies' dresses just received.—Wilkins, Wood & Patteson. You can save money by buy- ing groceries from us for cash.— The Underwood Co. We are making very special prices on all clothing; if you want to buy, see us. — Wilkins, Wood & Patteson. A nine-pound son took up residence with Mr. and Mrs. Tal Richardson Monday, where he is being royally entertained. See us for anything in hard- ware or vehicles. We will make special low prices from now till January for the cash. —The Un- derwood Co, A gre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 10 November 1911

A sallow or yellowish complexion Is a symp- tom of a Torpid Liver, and a Torpid Liver is the cause of many serious diseases, of which the most frequent are Pneumonia, Bright's Disease, Typhoid Fever and Malaria or Chills. HERB I HE Is a Uy©r Medicine and Bowel Regulator ©f Great Power and Effectiveness. A Torpia Liver which has resisted all manner of cathartic medi- cines is forced into activity by Herbine. This marvelous prepara- tion not only puts-the liver in healthy condition, but it strengthens the stomach, helps digestion, purifies and regulates the bowels. "When these three important organs are in a sound, vigorous con- dition. sallowness, bad breath, indigestion, dizziness and general languor or tired feeling soon disappear and are replaced by a fine feeling of exhilaration, or strength, energy and cheerfulness. Price 50c per BottSe. J&KSS P. SALIMD - PROPRIETOR ST. LOUIS, MO. Stesliens Eye Saive Is a safe and speedy remedy for Sore Eyes. 15oldAno Pt g CO MM g m Dt q ByI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 17 November 1911

Scott's Emulsion it the best tource of Body •warmth and Strength 29 VOLUME 21. HONEY GROVE SIGNAL Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, November 17, 1911. Scott's Emulsion RENEWS AND SUSTAINS THE STRENGTH OF Falling Babies Tired Adults and tho Aged 35 NO. 41 See Cooper Fly at Paris Nov. 21 and 22 Two Days—Grand Free Exhibition—Two Days Arranged for and paid for by the business men of Paris for the pleasure of the people of the surround- ing country. Flights both days and everything is Absolutely Free No Charges: :No Collection Come and Bring the Whole Family Let them see without cost something the people heretofore have had to pay for. The airship will be on exhibition before the flights without charge. Plenty of room, and no charge for any part of it. Cooper's Bi-Plane is of the Curtis type, and has made numerous flights in the north. The aviator has a license from the Aero Club of America, assuring that he can and will fly. Come either or both days. ■ • THE CITIZENS OF PARIS WELCOME YOU TRA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 17 November 1911

torxrirn v jtbjar^ino&.^jtwyork v Maker/ o-f" j}enjarr\in Clothes; Alfred Benjamin Clothes & Over- coats for men. Widow Jones Clothing for hoys and young men We are making very special prices on Benjamin and other lines as well. We have a splendid line from $10 to $25. If you want a suit we will make price. / We have some splendid bargains on our Job Counter where you can buy good suits for about half price. See us. Wilkins, Wood 2b Patteson. WINDOW GLASS and PLATE GLASS of every kind and every size. Anything you want in this line at Honey Grove Lumber Co. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Signal Pub. Co. - Publishers J. H. Lowry Editor Ex-Governor Thomas M. Camp- bell has eased the political ten- sion a little by giving to the press the statement that he will not be a candidate for United States Senator or any other position next year. That Plain Tom's , mind had been running in the Senatorial groove fori several months nobody doubts, but in the art of keening to himself matters he d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 17 November 1911

Dr. D. R. Taylor All Modern Methods Practiced. Phone for an ap- pointment Office over the' Postoffice DR. JABY G. BALDWIN Practiced limited to Rectum, Genito-Urinary and Venereal Diseases Gibbs Building San Antonio, Texas HONEY GROVE SIGNAL l LOCAL NOTES. For prairie hay see McGaughey & Sons. v For bargains in lap robes, go to W. T. Clark's harness shop. If you want a ladies or misses suit we will sell you one at exact cost.—Wilkins, Wood & Patteson. Mrs. A. J. Breeding and daughter, of Dallas, spent Mon- day night in the city with friends. Mr. F. U. Mosley came in from Gainesville Tuesday and is the guest of Capt. W. Underwood and family. Don't fail to see the new and pretty goods that are being dis- played at Smith-Poole Co. 's; they will interest you. Mr. B. F. Wood is now occupy- ing the pretty b.ungalo residence on Hickory street recently com- pleted for Mrs. C. C. Gilmer. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Enloe, of Mulberry Grove, 111., have been visiting at Mr. H, M. Mills, north of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 17 November 1911

The Best Music That can be had these days comes over the GRAPHOPHONE We sell you a Columbia Graphophone or Graphonola from $15 up. If you prefer to make your own music, we can sell you a Violin, Banjo or other stringed in- strument very cheap. We have everything in Jewelry and can save you money on anything in the jewelry line. Will sell you a 20-year gold-filled case watch, size 6, 12 or 18 for $8.00 and up. Guns of all kinds. If you don't want to buy we will rent you one. J. C. BRANNON South Side Square A SAFE SUBSTITUTE FOR CALOMEL. A Mild Vegetable Medicine for the Liver That is Free from the Dan- gers 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 without the bad after-effects which so often follow taking calomel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 24 November 1911

SEE THAT this Trade-Mark is on every bottle of Emulsion . you bay ALL DRUGGISTS JUL HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. Scott's Emulsion Is a Wonderful Food "Medici no for all Abo* of Mankind 36 ————— VOLUME 21. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, November 24, 1911. NO. 42 GUNS GUNS GUNS GUNS GUNS GUNS OUR STOCK OF BUMS IS COMPLETE We have single barrel, double barrel and repeating shot guns in the most popular makes. ** All kinds of rifle and air guns Call Today anil See Our Full Stock GUNS GUNS GUNS GUNS GUNS E. G. McXINNEY HARDWARE CO "MIGHTY APT TO HAVE IT" For Handling Cotton Crop New York Bankers Agree to Furnish a Large Sum to Aid Farmers in Mar- keting Their Crop. The announcement comes from New York that a committee of bankers of that city, after conferring with Governors of the Southern states, their representatives and officials of the Farmers Union, have raised a fund of $50,000,000, the same to be placed in the cotton states for the purpose of handling the cotton crop of the present year and e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 24 November 1911

flMS nBBI English and American Fashions. Benjamin Clothes are tailored with the same regard for distinctive STYL as is exercised by the most exclusive tailors of Bond Street, London c>nd Fifth Avenue, New York. We have a splendid line of $10 The Thanksgiving sea-on of good cheer demands that every man look his best—in keeping wi:h the festive spirit of the day. Benjamin Overcnats Benjamin Suits are the accepted American standard of authentic style. They are the highest type of ready-to-wear garments it is possibe to produce—a perfected combination of the best $12 $15 suits that we are making special prices on. All the new Browns, Tans and Bkie Serges. Don't overlook our JOB COUNTER You can buy a good suit for you or the ^oy for less than half price. SEE US. What is to become of Mexico is a question nobody cares to answer. The ill-fated country in swapping one president for another, has swapped one revolution for another, and the reign of disorder continues. Diaz did more for the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 24 November 1911

Dr. D. R. Taylor BiM.'fciSi'fc All Modern Methods Practiced. Phone for an ap- pointment Office over the Poatoffice DR. JABY G. BALDWIN Practiced limited to Rectum, Genito-Urinary and Venereal Diseases Gibbs Building San Antonio, Texas HONEY SBOfB SIGNAL J I LOCAL NOTES. For prairie hay see McGaughey & Sons. For automobile Insurance see Ivan B. Erwin & Co. Window glass, all sizes, for sale by Honey Grove Lumber Co. For bargains in lap robes, go to W. T. Clark's harness shop, Mrs. D. B. Shelton, of How- land, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Thompson. We have a full supply of corn, chops and shorts on hand. See us before you buy.—J. A. Will- son. Don't fail to see us for Cloth- ing; we are making very special prices.—Wilkins, Wood & Patte- son. Devoes Furnijjire Polish make the old furniture look new and clean.—P rice 35c—Black & Little. Hydrated lime for sanitary purposes. Nothing better. For sale by Honey Grove Lumber Company. The Chase-Lister Theatrical company le...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 24 November 1911

The Best Music That can be G had -these days comes over the RAPHOPHONE We sell you a Columbia Graphophone or Graphonola from $15 up. If you prefer to make your own music, we can sell you a Violin, Banjo or other stringed in- strument very cheap. o We have everything in Jewelry and can save you money on anything in the jewelry line. Will sell you a 20-year gold-filled case watch, size 6, 12 or 18 for $8.00 and up. Guns of all kinds. If you don't want to buy we will rent you one. J. C. BR5NNON South Side Square DODSON'S LIVER-TONE INSTEAD OF CALOMEL. Just as Sure—AI way a Safe—No Bad Effects Ever Followed This Pleas- ant Tasting Liquid. As a remedy for a torpid liver calomel has more than met its match in Dodson's Liver-Tone. It does not lash the liver on to perform its work at the cost of its strength. Calomel depends for its power upon exciting the liver to do more work, and often the liver is too weak to stand such treatment, and you are worse off than be- fore. Dodson's Liver-Tone...

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

Soott's Emulsion aids Digestion nourishes the Nerves and all the Vital Forces n HONEY GROVE SIGNAL SUNSHINE AND Scott's Emulsion arm the Two Great Oroatare of Energy n VOLUME 21. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, December I, 1911. NO. 43 Give the Young Man A WATCH StaN^ 12 ■It r,3 'N Watches As the Gift-Giving season approaches, you are naturally thinking about the most suitable gift for the young man— your son—your brother or other relative or friend. Diseased Kidneys May Be Replaced Some time since the Signal gave an extended account of a late discovery of medical science in the way of replacing diseased or wounded members of the hu- man body with sound ones ob- tained from other human beings or from the lower animals. The The Poultry Show Awards What the World was Doing 100 Years Ago List of the Winners in the Recent Show of the Honey Grove Association. Following are the awards in the third annual Poultry Show held by the Honey Grove Poultry Association in the Smith building on North S...

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

Ibanksghdfil i I 1 English and American Fashions. Benjamin Clothes are tailored with the same regard for distinctive. STYLE as is exercised by •tailors of Bond Street, Avenue, New York. the most exclusive London ynd Fifth We have a sptendid line of $10 \ The Thanksgiving sea on of good cheer demands that every man look his best—in keeping wi.h the festive spirit of the day. Benjamin Overcoats Benjamin Suits are the accepted American standard of authentic style. They are the highest type of ready-to-wear garments it is possibe to produce—a perfected combination of the best $12.50 $15 suits that we are making special prices on. Ali the new Brawns, Tans and Blue Serges. Don't overlook our JOB COUNTER You can buy a good suit for you or the ^oy for less than half price. SEE US. WILKINS, WOOD & PATTESON VALUABLE PECAN TREES. It will probably surprise many Signal readers to learn that there are in Texas pecan trees that an- nually yield more revenue than an acre of cotton, but there ar...

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

Dr. D. R. Taylor All Modern Methods Practiced. Phone for an ap- pointment Office over the Postoffice White Crest Flour keeps the children fat and the cook in I good humor. We have it.—Mc- Gaughey & Sons. Trade off your old furniture for new and make your home look pretty. You can do this at Smith-Poole Co's. We will sell you a buggy, wagon or surrey and take next Fall's paper for it. The Underwood Co. DR. JABY G, BALDWIN Practiced limited to Rectum, Genito-Urinary and Venereal Diseases Gibba Building San Antonio, Texas I LOCAL NOTES. J ■%/%• For prairie hay see McGaughey & Sons. For automobile Insurance see Ivan B. Erwin & Co. If you want to exchange your old furniture for new, see Smith Po<?le Co. Fresh fish and oysters at Died- rick's. ' If you want to exchange your old furniture for new, see Smith- Poole Co. A fine selection of lap robes, also auto robes, at W. T. Clark's Harness shop. You can sfTte money by buy- ing groceries from us for cash.— The Underwood Co. M...

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

Serious Lung Diseases result from colds which were expected to get well Cbemielvea. The sensible course when cold settles in the cheBt is to take BALLARD'S Horehound Syru IT IS A GRAND REMEDY FOR THE THROAT AND LUNGS. The rreat relief It affords In the Inflamed lungs Is most gratifying to those who have been har- assed by an obstinate, irritating cough. It relaxes the tight feeling In the chest, clear? ♦*.-> sir pass- ages of phlegm, soothes and heals soreness in the bronchial tubes and restores sound oouuiuunb in the respiratory organs. Put Up in Three Sizes, 25c, 50c and $1.00 per Bottle. tiuy lhe J1.00 size. It contains Ave times as much as the 2lo size, and you get with eaeh bottle a Dr. Herrlck's Red Pepper Porous Plaster for the chest. O JAMES F. BALLARD PROPRIETOR ST. LOUIS, MO. Stephens Eye Salve is a remedy ot great power In diseases of the eyes or eyelids. It heals quickly and strengthens the sight. IS01.p Amp RecommendcdBvI HONEY GROVE PHARMACY AND BLACK & LITTLE. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 8 December 1911

Scott's Emulsion i< the best tource of Body'Warmth and Strength 29 HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. EVERYBODY kmows Soott'm 1 * ' - 1 " Emulsion invigorates r VOLUME 2h Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, December 8. 1911. NO. 44 BICYCLES o,ftd al&ak&e cur- ivitv$ Uihscla oiv £fvai;ta\ n A Bicycle is as necessary now as a Pocket knife; without one you waste time in going from one place to another and you lose a great opportunity for much pleasure, re- creation and excercise. Suh&uea -jt We carry a complete stock of Tools, Tires, Tire Cement, Lamps and everything that is used about a wheel. E. G. McKinney H'dware Co ''Mighty Apt to Have It." May Regulate—Can- not Eradicate Evil. j This world is not what we ' would have it be in many respects 1 for there are many evils in it that hinder and hurt. While the theory of possible eradication of all evils has ever found advocates, | after at least more than forty centuries the evils are with us and the old world is eye-dimmed and sorrow - hearted...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 8 December 1911

All Men's Suits at Cost All Boy's Suits at Cost All Men's Pants at Cost All Overcoats at Cost We have a fine business but as trade conditions are, we bought entirely too much clothing; we still have a splendid assortment and in order to clean this up we are going to give you all the profit. BENJAMIN SUITS WIDOW JONES SUITS FOR MEN FOR BOYS We will continue to sell our Ladies' and Misses' Coat Suits at Cost, and we are making some very special prices on all Ready-to-Wear goods, such as Ladies' and Misses' Coats, Skirts, Waists, Sweat- ers, etc. See us from now until Christmas for bar- gains in all lines. Our job counters are full of bargains that you can't pass. See us quick WILKINS, WOOD & PATTESON BONE? GEOTE SIGNAL PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Signal Pub. Co. Publishers J. H. Lowry Editor Mr. Ed H. McCuiston, of Paris, has withdrawn from the race for Congress in the First district. Had he been chosen Mr. McCuis- ton would have made an able, active representative in the law- making ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 8 December 1911

Thinking About Clothes SENATOR PERKINS' FRANK PLATFORM These Crimpy days just naturally make a fellow think about clothes, especially the fellow who is wearing the suit he has been wearing since last spring. But the wearer is not alone in thinking about clothing- we are thinking about it too. We are thinking about the large lot of clothing we have on hand-thinking about how to move it. We have hundreds of suits of fine clothing, the celebrated Hart Shaffner & Marx lines, as well as the makes of other leading tailors. It must be sold, as we are determined not to carry it over. This means clothing bargains for you, for the man who is determined to sell is easy trade with. You come in, look at the clothing, prices will do the rest. WILLIAMSON-SPELCE CLEARLY DEFINES HIMSELF UP- ON PARAMOUNT ISSUES. ALWAYS A PARTY DEMOCRAT Prohibition Views; Favors Initiative, lU'ferenduKi and liecall; itep- i-osentatii'C'i Should Serve Veo* Only; Labor ri Tari.T. Senator 7oin Perkins of hlc- Kinney,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 8 December 1911

All Ready For You Christmas Shoppers And as we've said before, "READY" with us is always spelled with a capital "R." Ready here means having a thoroughly comprehensive display of this, that and the other thing that rightfully belongs in a Jewel- ry store. We never think we are ready until we have gone "all over" to get things novel, things attractive and exclusive. This year we shopped with particular care when we bought our Xmas goods. We got all we could for our money. And we in turn shall let you people own it on the same terms. You may shop today if you wish with all the advantagas of stock completeness, and with none of the annoyances incident to the rush that's sure to ccme later. Buy your Christmas remembrances here, now, and buy in comfort. Always bearing in mind that Jewelry is the gitt of gifts. SCHREIBER Jeweler and Optician Honey Grove, Texas Daniel H. Bloys Dead. Mr. Daniel H. Bloys died in Oklahoma City Wednesday morn- ing. The telegram announcing his death was the fir...

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