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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 8 December 1911

I * ? & I Have you seen our PROPHYLACTIC Brush assortment? All brushes fully guaranteed to give satis- faction. 35c each. W Fora^ood tooth powder and paste you can get no better values in quality and price than Rexall Powder and Paste 26c each BLACK & LITTLE Dr. D. R. Taylor 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 I LOCAL NOTES. 5 ^ %/%, ^>® ^ For prairie hay see McGaughey & Sons. See those Baker Bros'. beautiful dolls at Window glass, all sizes, for sale by Honey Grove Lumber Co. A fine selection of lap robes, also auto robes, at W. T. Clark's Harness shop. Miss Johnnie Hamil returned Wednesday night from a visit with friends in Hugo. Don't be in a hurry to buy your Christmas toys. See Baker Bros, before you buy. You can save money by buy- ing groceries from us for cash.— The Underwood Co. We have a full ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 8 December 1911

■as r M John, I Figure That Telephone Has Paid Big. "It has enabled us to secure such good prices for our products/' says the up-to* date farmer, "that we have had a far more profitable season than ever before. Both farm and home have benefited." You may have a profit-producing tele- phone by means of our Rural Line Plan. Write for booklet. The Southwestern Telegraph and Telephone Co. DALLAS, TEXAS THINK THIS OVER. This Offer Should Gain the Confidence of the Moat Skeptical. We pay for all the medicine used during the trial, if our remedy fails to completely re- lieve you of constipation. We take all the risk. You are not obligated to us in any way what- ever, if you accept our offer. That's a mighty broad statement but we mean every word of it. Could anything be more fair for you? A most scientific, common- sense treatment is Rexall Order- lies, which are eaten like candy. Their active principle is a recent scientific discovery that is odor- less, colorless, and tasteless; very pro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 15 December 1911

FIRST SECTION \ THAT this Trade-Mark u on every bottle of EmuMon yog bay ALI* SKUOOISTS JL HONEY GROVE SIGNAL Scott's Emulsion U the BEST REMEDY for BronchitU Chest Trouble* and all hind of Colds \ VOLUME 21. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, December 15, 1911. NO. 45 Everything in Hardware All Kinds of Sheet Metal Work STOVES Farming Implements RANGES HIGH-GRADE TOOLS DEERE BUILDERS' Buggies and Surries HARDWARE POCKET CUTLERY TABLE CUTLERY Fort Smith SILVER PLATED WAGONS WARE GUNS AMMUNITION Everything Else We Make a Specialty of Sanitary Plumbing pay us a visit CECIL LYON CUSSED HADLEY. A Merited Rebuke. A Fort Worth church society last week advertised to give a "Hayseed" party in the name of! sweet charity, at which some of: the characters were named Mr. and Mrs. Corntassel. We do not know why this burlesque of the noblest people on earth, the horny handed son of toil, but there is absolutely nothing to be j gained by it, and it only stamps the perpetrators of such farces as devoid of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 15 December 1911

HOLIDAY GOODS k I*****-- Our Magnificent Line of Beautiful, Appropriate, Reasonably - Priced HOLIDAY GIFTS Is Now on Display. Come Early for the Best Selections Black & Little - -*■—■ . Jk HONEY GB07E SIGNAL PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. . Signal Pub. Co. - Publishers J. H. Lowry • - - Editor The son of Alexander t>owie, the pious fraud who had a great following a few, years ago and caused many of his followers to part with all their earthly pos- sessions, has forsaken the faith of his father and is studying with the view to becoming an Episco- palian minister. John D. Rockefeller and Tom Campbell have retired to private and now sit peacefully on the fence and "watch the lowing herds wind slowly o'er th§ lea." Not so with Williams of Cumby, Hetty Green and Mr. Cunyus— these patriots are yet in the thickest of the fratf. Paris has a big poultry show on to-day and to-morrow. The exhibit is under a big tent which has been erected on the public | square. As an extra event for the occas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 15 December 1911

; 4 SECOND SECTION IHBInHI sel that Scott's Emulsion this Trade-Mark is on every bottle of Emulsion you bay {j {!)§ BEST REMEDY* ■L for Bronchitis Chest Troubl and all kinds of C ALL DRUGGISTS VOLUME 21. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, December 15, 1911, NO. 45 COST All Men's Suits afCost All Bow's Suits at Cost All Men's Pants at Cost I I I IIH—I III lllll L AH 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 SIIITs WIDOW JONES SUITS FOR MEN FOE, BOYS THE AMERICAN JURY SYSTEM. The collapse of the McNamara defense and the pleas of guilty have put a quietus upon another farce that was being enacted in Los Angeles, and that was the impanelling of a jury of "twelve good men and true" to try the dynamiters. The fact is our jury system had about broken down in this case. Men who profess to know say that in England, un...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 15 December 1911

V To the People Who Suffer With Their Feet Dr. H. Forster The Celebrated Foot Doctor, of Houston, guarantees to cure feet of all kinds. CORNS, BUNIONS, INGROWING NAILS AND CHRONIC DISEASES OF THE FEET WITHOUT A KNIFE. .'. For a short time only at the Commercial Hotel. BEFORE and AFTER TREATMENT CONSULTATION AND ADVICE FREE. He offers free consultation and advice to everybody and will make no charge if he fails to cure any of the diseases he is called upon to treat. Those who need him had better see him immediately. Dr. Forster has had permanent offices in Houston for the past five years and is not one of the TRAVELING CORN DOCTORS He is recommended by the following people of Houston: To Whom it May Concern: This is to state that Dr. H. Forster, Chiropodist, has practiced in Houston for the past five years and it gives me pleasure to state that he is proficient in everything pertaining to the feet. I knew Dr. Forster seven or eight years before he moved to Hous- ton. Any one desiring...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 15 December 1911

'-v; Have you seen our PfEOPHYLAGTIO Brush assortment? All brushes fully guaranteed to give satis- faction. 35c each. For a good tooth powder and paste you can get no better values in quality and price than Rexall Powder and Paste 25c each BLACK & LITTLE Get your dishes from Baker Bros. They have lots of them. Figure with us on your corn before you buy. —The Underwood Company. _ Miss Mattie Weir, of Windom, j is with H. W. Schreiber during 1 the holidays^ _ Mr. Drew Whitehurst, a well known young man of Denison, spent Wednesday in Honey Grove with friends. Mr. J. Q. Thompson, who has ! been sick about three weeks, im- | proves slowly but is not yet able to leave his bed. Dr. J. J. Cappleman will leave to-day for New Orleans to spend about fifteen days. He will do some special work in surgery in the New Orleans hospital. A coffin was sent ont from the city yesterday morning for a 3- year-old son of Mr. Z. L. Tidwell of the country northeast of town. The child died Wednesday after...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 15 December 1911

I WINDOW GLASS and PLATE GLASS of every kind and every size. Anything you want in this line at Honey Grove Lumber RABBI ACCEPTS CHRISTIANITY. TO STOP LIQUOR SHIPMENTS Prominent Jewish Minister of Waco Embraces New Faith. Into Prohibition Territory.—Bill In- troduced and Conference Held. That Dr. h. Wohlberg, for, Washington, Dec. 12.—A. J. many years pastor of Temple garton) 0f ^ac0) an(| j_ Qam. Rodef Sholem, the reformed He-. of Dallas, together with brew congregation of this city, qov< Noel, of Mississippi, and and one of the brightest rabbis this state has known, is now a convert to the Christian religion and is preparing himself for mis- sionary effort among American Hebrews, is the interesting dec- laration of Dr. A. Lichenstein, a Hebrew Christian, who is pastor of the only Christian Hebrew church in the world, that one re- cently established in St. Louis, where he has labored for many years. Dr. Lichenstein, who has spent twenty-five years laboring among the people of his...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 15 December 1911

THE RAZOR BACK SOW. PI Price Co s 'Most and STOCK of Dry Goods, Notions, Dress Suits, Cloaks, Under wear, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, must go * A sale that is quite a loss to us, but a gain to you. Bm^your goods now—not later. isit Our Store Eaclx Day 4 Coming as it does you can save big money. Cut prices on all groceries. See circulars for prices on groceries. We positively will sell you goods as stated as long as they last. This Sale Starts Thursday, Dec. 14th, anil Continues for 10 Days Only WE WILL GIVE FREE ONE BOTTLE OF BEST COOKING OIL TO THE FIRST 30 LADIES WHO VISIT OUR STORE ON OPENING DAY The P. M. Price Co WIFE RETAINS OWN NAME. omen Should Be Independent, Says Columbia University Pro- fessor. The wife of Prof. Max East- man, of the school of philosophy dent of me in every way—to be is in the same size letters. The as free as she was before we wife formerly was secretary of were married." the Woman's Trade League, and "I would prefer to be called by bo t h are woman suffragis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 15 December 1911

MtnoBnaaaMi Christmas Offerings at Williamson Speice Co's CLASS iflPri 2" Prize CL0THIH6 at ACTUAL COST Dress So You Won't Envy the Other Fellow. Copyright Han Schaffher 6t Marx In your travels Christmas and during the Holidays you will see a lot of fashionable garments, dear sir, and maybe now and then you will envy the coat the other fellow wears. That word envy is just another name for admiration, and there's no good reason why you can't admire your own clothes more and the other fellow's less. Let us sell yon one of our Hart Schaffner & Marx or Stein-Blocli Suits and you can rest assured that no one will have better-fitting or more stylish clothes than you. We bought entirely too many of these suits, considering the crop conditions, and are selling them at Actual Cost and all odds and ends in Suits are offered at MOVE-OUT PRICES The Early Buyers Get Choice Ladies, You May Dress as Well as Your Friends Lady Friends, if you have ever had occasion to regret that some friend of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 22 December 1911

SEE THAT this Trade-Mark is on every bottle of Emulsion you bay ALX. DRUGGISTS JUL HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. Scott's Emulsion It BEST REMEDY for Bronchitis Chut Troubles and all kinds of Colds VOLUME 21. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, December 22, 1911. NO. 46 □YirrairnrrrrnrYvrrrrro'T^YYYTOTTTnnrTnnrn t A HOLIDAY j SUGGESTION: WHAT ABOUT A Rocking Chair A Hoosier Cabinet A. Sanidown Mattress A Handsome Bed-Boom Suit Or a piece of Dining Boom Sitting Boom or Library Furniture. Can you think of a Christmas present that would be more highly appreciated? I have all these in endless variety. WESS REED; jjLO-JUUlJLOJLOJLO.JLOJULOJlJLO.JUL£JULOJLOJUin TO THE TAXPAYERS. Collector Thomas Calls Attention to Changes in Law and Urges Early Payments. Have you paid you poll tax for 1911? If not, you should attend to it at once, as I am forced to quit the old custom heretofore practiced by me in appointing deputies to be stationed over the county to assist in collecting poll taxes. Assistant Attorney Gene...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 22 December 1911

rrmriiiiiSBiri '■ '■ riiim - irttfiTirff ifllt' I r\ / LIGHT SHADES I have a big stock and am closing them out. I have every - kind, every price and every color. They are pretty, useful as well as ornamental. I want to close them out and in order to do will sell them BELOW COST. Fritz Messerer PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Signal Pub. Co. J. H. Lowry - Publishers Editor The opinion seems to be grow- ing that Roosevelt will take the Republican nomination for Presi- dent if tendered, and there is evidence to support the opinion that the tender will be made. Teddy is undoubtedly one of the strongest men in the Republican party, and a race against him means a race every foot of the way. If the Democrats are to win next year we trust Teddy will be the Republican standard bearer, but if the Republicans are to win let us hope the nomi- nation will go elsewhere. Of all men in the party we had rather beat Roosevelt, but the thought of his election is enough to spoil any Democrat's Christmas. The C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 22 December 1911

i "me a rhvme of Christmas — I Sind me a jovial sond.—• I And though it is filled with laughter, Let it be pure and strong Sind of the hearts brimmed over With the story of the day—- Of the echo of childish voices That will not die away.— Of the blare of the tasseled budle, And die timeless clatter and beat Of the drum that throbs to muster Squadrons of scampering feet. But,O,let your voice fall fainter, Till, blent with a minor tone, You temper your sond with the beauty Of the pity Christ hath shown, And sind one verse for the voiceless; Ana yet, ere the songf be done, A verse for the ears that hear not, And a verse for the sightless one. For though it be time fbr singing A merry Christmas Let a low, sweetvoice of pathos Run through the melody. JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY. horrid habit that our Jolly old St Nick would scorn. He generally leaves In the stockings a bunch of switches In case they should be needed before his next call. f fiif? HE little folks of all the world do not keep Chri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 22 December 1911

i_. m m w w m if) '. !♦> m « W ' m (f> w * w m d ' '(V «p (♦: « * <p m i\ w m w w w *> '♦> « « *> w w Presents For Everybody. We have everything in the Toy line, including Electric, Steam and Me= chanical Toys. Toilet and Manicure Sets of all kinds. The stock of these is complete. Our stock of Jewelery is more complete than ever in solid gold and gold-filled goods, Diamonds, Fobs, Chains, Cuff Links, Stick Pins, Tie Clasps, Bar Pins, Hat Pins, ladies Combs and Baretts, Lockets and Chains, Rings and Bracelets, of all kinds and latest styles. We have a complete line of Watches of all kinds and sizes. A complete line of Cut Glass and Silverware, Remember that a Phonograph makes a nice Christmas present. We have all the best make and a complete line of Records. All goods guaranteed. J. C. BR A IN NO N. aM ib ili ito ti/ i*/ ito \J/ iii \J/ \h to ito il/ viz vi/ iit ito \it \b vi/ i*/ ito \l/ vi/ v</ vi/ vi/ vi/ vl/ vi/ V*/ ] IN THE FOG* I By J*an Dickarton << ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 22 December 1911

si 5! 1 r Have you seen our PROPHYLACTIC Brush assortment? All brushes fully guaranteed to give satis- faction. 35c each. For a good tooth powder and paste you can get no better values in quality and price than Rexall Powder and Paste 25c each BLACK & LITTLE Dr. D. R. Taylor Dentist All Modern Methods Practiced. Phone for an ap- pointment Office over the Poatoffice DR. JABY G. BALDWIN SPECIALIST Rectal, Genito-Urinary and Skin Diseases • H 312 Guriter Bldg. San Antonio, Texas f LOCAL NOTES. Buy your Christmas toys from Baker Bros. They sell cheap. Window glass, all sizes, for sale by Honey Grove Lumber Co. Buy a Shetland Pony at Rox- ton of J, W. Watson, The Pony Man. Miss Anne Robinett, who is teaching at Amarillo, is at home to spend the holidays. Dr. and Mrs. A. H. Williams, of East Texas, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Asa Crowson. We have a full supply of corn, chops and shorts on hand. See us before you buy. — J. A. Will- son. ______ Plenty of New Mexico brilliant himp coal. No...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 22 December 1911

■MMC rnmm tMHam ttbsmmm maa&mamm i"-ffr hi Mi iifril'iii ■in hmmmW s"- Skus\revo.s is Jjua\ Untold \k<£ Si©1;- *§► wzz aftd \ iU ta * «g* l\VZ \ m v<& #*«w ?j«)gw ^ $ wis iv'fvO'Uw U $ «&* 4 It is the gift-giving season, and everybody expects to make some ^ ^ presents to family or friends. Some desire to give expensive 4^ presents, otheis inexpensive remembrances. We have prepared *T 4* for all and we feel sure that every person in this countrycan find ^ 4* in our store something appropriate for every gift they make *£■ * : * * * * * * * * & & & DON'T DELAY—Make your purchases earl—we'll put them away until you want them. This will give you abetter stock to select from. :: :i :: Diamonds, Clocks, Chains Watches, Brooches, Rings of every kind and for ev- erybody; Bracelets, Lock- ets and Chains, Beauty Pins, Cuff Buttons, Hat Pins and Jewelry of ev- ery pattern known to the manufacturers. A beauti- ful line of Silk Umbrellas, a nobby line of Ladies' Hand...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 25 July 1913

HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOLUME 23, Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, July 25. 1913. No. 25 u LA FRANCE FLOUR That acme of perfection of the miller's art, La- France Flour, of which we told you in a pre- vious issue, we are pleased to advise the public, has arrived. This is the flour that created such a stir at the big cooking school that was given at Dallas very recently, and which is conceded by all experts to be the finest flour sold within the borders of this state. Phone us your order for a sack of this LaFrance flour and thus make both yourself and us happy. South Sixth Grocery $500,000.00 In Cold Cash Paid By Standard Oil Co. Compromise of Suit for Ouster and Penalties Re- sults in Big Cash Payment To State. The state of Texas is richer by $500,000 than she was when the present week began. The en- richer is the Standard Oil Com- pany, the country's greatest octopus. It is well known that some weeks ago suit was filed in the district court at Greenville for penalties aggregating $102,000...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 25 July 1913

The Corner Drug Store Solicits Your Patronage Along These Lines. The most cordial treatment. The very best drugs. The most reasonable prices. A Pharmacist always on hand —we have two graduates. Every nickel you spend with us is highly appreciated. SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK—New Initial Stationery in Gold and Colors GRIFFITH A WILSON Proprietors HONEY 6H0VB SIGNAL PUBLISHED EVERY FR!D<3Y Signal Pub. Co. Publishers J. H. Lowry Editor You may vote in the election to-day if you have been here long enough, are square on the books of the poll tax collector and pay a property tax, no matter how small. No matter if you own no property subject to taxation ex- cept your watch, you are a voter just the same. If you don't own a watch buy one, and get in shape to vote at the next election of this character. Dress reform being the order of the day, the Signal joins the procession slightly this week. Heretofore there has not been quite enough fabric in her gar- ment and the fit has been rather too c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 25 July 1913

The Best Beverage under the Sun— Drink A welcome addition to any party any time—any place. Sparkling with life and wholesomeness Delicious Refreshing Thirst-Quenching H Demand the Genuine Refuse Substitutes* At Soda Fountains or Carbonated in Bottles. THE COCA-COLA COMPANY, atlanta, Whenever you see an Arrow think of Coca-Cola. ga. THE FAILURE TALKS. I reckon I'm a failure, as we reckon failures now, An' the world may have me listed as a dub; There isn't any laurel resting lightly on my brow, An' I've not been asked to join a stylish club. I am not called on at banquets for an after-dinner speech, I'm a stranger if a dozen miles I roam, But I've got five laughing youngsters an' each of 'em's a peach, An' I get a lot of comfort out of home. I reckon I'm a failure, coz my bank account is small, An' I've always been a toiler in the ditch; An' I've always had to struggle with my back against the wall, Coz I never found the way to gettin' rich. When I die I'll be forgotten save by just a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 25 July 1913

HONEY GROVE SIGNAL PUBL1SHPO EVERY FRIDAY Signal Pub. Co Publishers J. H. Lowry Editor BOOZE BOTTLE BURST. John Barleycorn will tell its story no, matter how labored the attempt to conceal. It will give forth its odor on the breath in spite of all the coffee grains, cin- namon and cachous that can be eaten. Moreover, it will make the drinker's legs wobbly, no matter how hard he may try to brace himself for a straight walk. It will also burgeon and blossom on the nose, and he who tarries long at the cup will soon show up with a proboscis of flaming red that will make the comb of a chanticleer look pale as brick- dust in comparison. But John Barleycorn has other ways of making his presence known, and here is an instance: A prominent Lamar county man, who is known to his family as a teetotaler, recently came in- to possession of a bottle of Hill & Hill. He thought at once of the cold rainy days that are sure to come—thought of the time his family would go away on a visit and bon vi...

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