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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 25 July 1913

HOBBY 6SOTB SIGNAL ,}, «|t * LOCAL AND PERSONAL * 4. 4. 4.4.4.4.4.4,4.^.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4. Bright baled hay and Johnson grass hay at J. A. Willson's. We have ice cream all the time —have you tried it? — Bert Wheeler's fount. Mrs. Annie Gray has moved to the residence on East Main street known as the Blankmeyer place. Call and give one of our sodas a trial. They are simply fine. — Bert Wheeler's Confectionery and Fount. Mr. and Mrs. Wess Reed ar- rived home Sunday night from Chicago, where they spent about two weeks. Our fount is headquarters for pure ice cream—it is better. Give us a trial, your trade appreciated. —Bert YVheeler. White Crest Flour keeps the children fat and the cook in good humor. We have it.—Mc- Gaughey & Son. Mr. and Mrs. John Lane, of Texarkana, spent Monday in the city, the guests of Mr. W. W. Mason and family. Mrs. Ida Ryan came in from Fort Worth Monday and will spend a week or two here with relatives. Mrs. Ryan is connected with one of the leading d...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 25 July 1913

' The Old Reliable Peter Schuttler Farm Wagon has stood the test of time. For sixty-nine years it has represented the utmost in wagon perfection— for sixty-nine years it has been built in the same painstaking, old-fashioned ways. Wagon troubles, wagon expenses are over with' when you purchase the " Peter Schuttler." The purchase price is the only price. Although the price may be a little more than you -would have to pay for some other makes, the additional cost is an investment—not an expense. The Old Reliable It takes three y°ara to get an axle in the right condition for a "Pater Schuttler Wagon" and even then it must pass the reg- ular rigid inspection to which every "Schuttler" part is sub- jected before it is accepted. The boxes and bottoms are made of especially selected, extra heavy material. The seats are especially constructed with extra long seat springs. All wood used in the "Peter Schuttler" is air dried in sheds from three to five years. The paint is ground in oil and pu...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 25 July 1913

Dr. J. W. Whitley DENTIST OFFICE—Pierce-Wood Building, Front Room formerly oc- cupied by Dr. Hill. Alll work done by myself in office. All kinds of operative and mechanical dentistry. Office Hours, 8 to 5. Phones: Office, 369; Residence, 209 DR. A. H. HAMBLETON Dentist High-Class Dentistry Office Over Postoffice Honey Grove, Texas Biedrick's Velvet lee Cream it's Good Ivan B. Erwin & Co All Kinds of INSURANCE Real Estate, Loans and Bonds Money Grove, Texas PHONES: Office 66; S. L. Erwin 66-2; I. B. Erwin 66-3 HONEY GROVE SIGNAL RAILWAY TIME TABLES TEXAS <fc PACIFIC West Bound East Bound fc. 35— 8:47 a. m. No. 34—9:41 a. m. ^31—11:40 a. m. No. 32—1:46 p. m. |33— 8:29 p. m. No. 36—5:59 p. m. SANTA FE lin Leaves 8:00 a. m lin Leaves 4 00 p. m lin Arrives 12:20 p. m Pain Arrives 8:15 p. m .LOCAL AND PERSONAL i -J* >^i lice cream made every day at srt Wheeler's Confectionery. [Mrs.. D. F. Wulfman and chil- j*en are visiting relatives in Fort Worth. Have you tried LaFrance flour...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 25 July 1913

J McDougall Kitchen Cabinets judged «* .. This Picture illustrates a Modern kitchen containing one of these new $35.00 McDOUGALLS we're selling QQ7 CH for only - -OZliuU Another McDougall Triumph A New Kitchen Cabinet Without question this is the most perfect Kitchen Cabinet ever designed, without one single drawback and with every con- venience and modern improvement possible to put into a Kitchen Cabinet to sell for $35.00. Club Sale McDougall Cabinets To those housewives who join our McDougall Club, now being formed, we will sell these McDougall Cabinets exactly as illustrated above, until 25 are sold (regular price $35.00) - - - - .50 Club Terms—$2 Down, $2 Per Week This New McDougall Cabinet is a model of perfection, containing Tilting Removable Metal Flour Bin with Sifter, All-Glass Sugar Bin, Automatic Sliding-Top Metal Bread and Cake Drawer, Full Sliding Nickel Plated Table Top, Metal Utility Shelf and all the many points of superiority which have always kept the McDougall F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 1 August 1913

HONEY GROVE SIGNAL VOLUME 23. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, August I. (913. No. 26 The 5 & 10 Cent * * * ❖ * Is the name of the New Racket Store that will open its doors in the building next to Black & Little's Drug Store. This store will be UPTO- DATE in every respect and will have the most complete line of Racket Goods that was ever brought to Honey GroVe and prices the lowest. We Will Sell Nothing Over ONE DOLLAR and will have plenty to sell you. Come and see our goods and if you are in need you will buy for the prices are right. . :: :: :: :: i *• Our Motto: Courteous Treatment to Everyone Ladies, send your children to our store to do your shopping. They will receive the same courteous treatment that you would. :: :: We Sell for Cash Only We Buy for Cash Only That is the reason we are able to make the low prices on our goods. The quality of our goods can not be beat. i: :: :: :: :: :: We Will Open Our Doors to the Public Friday, Aug. 8, at 9. a. ni. SPECIAL SALE Friday, Au...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 1 August 1913

ECZEMA CAN BE CURED I Will Prove II to You Free You who are suffering the tortures of Eczema, Itch, Salt Rheum or other skin diseases—you whose days are miserable, whose nights are made sleep- less by the terrible itching-, burning pains, let me send you a trial of a sooth- ing, healing treatment which has cured hundreds, which I believe will cure you. I will send it free, postage paid, without any obligation on your part. Just fill the coupon below and mail it to me, or write me, giving your name, age and address. I will send the treatment free of cost to you. J. C. HUTZELL, 112 West lain St., Fort Wayne, Ind. Please send without cost or obligation to me your Free Proof Treatment. J. C, Hufzell. R. P. Name Post Office State Age. .Street and No. HONE? GBOYB SIGNAL PUBLISHED EVERY FR!D#Y Signal Pub. Co. Publishers J. H. Lowry Editor The proposed amendments to the state constitution were not re- ceived with open arms by the peo- ple of Fannin county. They were met with big sticks, blu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 1 August 1913

' The Old Reliable Peter Schuttler Farm Wagon has stood the test of time. For sixty-nine years it has represented the utmost in wagon perfection— for sixty-nine years it has been built in the same painstaking, old-fashioned ways. Wagon troubles, wagon expenses are over with when you purchase the Peter Schuttler." The purchase price is the only price. Although the price may be a little more than you would have to pay for some other makes, the additional cost is an investment—not an expense. The profits on a "Peter Schuttler Wagon" are no more than the profits on cheap wagons. The added cost goes into added quality, and it is this added quality which saves repair bills, avoids break-downs, reduces after-purchase expenses. The Peter Schuttler Company goes to consider- able expense in order to get the best grade Hickory and White Oak. They buy none but the best of refined iron and have every part put on red hot—the only way to get a perfect fit that will stay fitted. Schut- tler tires a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 1 August 1913

HOKEY GBOTE SIGNAL PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Signal Pub. Co. - Publishers J. H. Lowry Editor President Wilson refuses to draw the color line. He has ap- pointed Adam Patterson, an Ok- lahoma negro, registrar of the national treasury. Tom Ball says he will not be a candidate for governor and Joseph W. Bailey says he will not. Nearly every other man in the state has either announced for the position or had his friends suggest him as the logical candidate. Ex-Senator J. W. Bailey says he will not be a candidate for governor. The ex-senator says he has made no study of state conditions and is not qualified for such service. He says further that he has no further ambition for office and desires to give at- tention to his private affairs. A friend who is very close to Mr. Bailey says the ex-senator's law practice has netted him $30,000 since he left the senate a few months since. The recent statement of Wil- liam J. Bryan that a salary of $12,000 is not sufficient for his living expenses and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 1 August 1913

Dr. J. W. Whitley DENTIST OFFICE—Pierce-Wood Building, Front Room formerly oc- cupied by Dr. Hill. Alll work done by myself in office. All kinds of operative and mechanical dentistry. Office Hours, 8 to 5. Phones: Office, 369; Residence, 209 DR. A. H. HAMBLETON Dentist High-Class Dentistry Office Over Postoffice Honey Grove, Texas Diedrick's Velvet Ice Cream it's Good Ivan B. Erwin & Co All Kinds of INSURANCE Real Estate, Loans and Bonds Honey Grove, Texas PHONES: Office 66; S. L. Erwin 66-2; I. B. Erwin 66-3 HONEY GROVE SIGNAL RAILWAY TIME TABLES TEXAS & PACIFIC West Bound East Bound No. 35— 8:47 a. m. No. 34—9:41 a. m. No. 31—11:40 a. m. No. 32—1:46 p. m. No. 33— 8:29 p. m. No. 36—5:59 p. m. SANTA FE Train .Leaves.... 8:00 a. m Train Leaves... 4 00 p. m Train Arrives 12:20 p. m Train Arrives 8:15 p. m t LOCAL AND PERSONAL + 4> ❖ •5* *5* *2* *5* *2* *5* *5* *2* *4* *5* *5* Special sale on boys' wash suits at Wilkins, Wood & Patteson's. Two packages of chewing gum for...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 1 August 1913

BU1CKS When better cars are built trie Buick will build them Ruick service is the best that can be given. When you buy a car buy service, too—that is what counts. The Buick Oyer- head Valve Motor develops more power than any other type. Phone me and I will cheerfully give you a demonstration. F. Ross Denison Honey Grove EX ^CONFEDERATE ANNUAL REUNION. Texas Veterans To Meet At Greenville on Au- gust 7 and 8. The 36th annual reunion of the Eleventh Texas Cavalry Associa- tion will be held in Greenville, Texas, on first Thursday and Fri- day in August, being the 7th and 8th days thereof. All members are requested to attend. The good people of the city of Green- ville will gladly receive and en- tertain all in a royal manner. If for any reason you cannot go, write S. R. Etter, secretary, giv- ing your present postoffice ad- dress. The Texas State Division of Confederate Veterans will meet in reunion in Greenville at the same time on said days. Tents will be erected in the City Park for...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 1 August 1913

THE MOBE&ty WEJZTHER PROP H ET Recollect last spring when that late frost struck your orchards and produce? You'd have given a mint to have had fair warning. A Rural Bell Telephone will summon help when frosts threaten, besides being profi- table in countless other ways. Our nearest Manager will cheer- fully furnish information or write to. t h e Southwestern Telegraph and Telephone Co. DALLAS. - TEXAS NR /O MONEY GROVE SIGNAL «§• •§• * LOCAL AND PERSONAL -b ❖ ❖ Our ice cream is better, try i_t —Bert Wheeler's place. Bright baled oats and Johnson grass hay at J. A. Willson's. Mr. Early Willson returned Tuesday from a ten-days stay at Tioga. We have ice cream all the time —have you tried it? — Bert Wheeler's fount. Have you tried LaFrance flour? If not, order a sack today from the South Sixth Grocery. Edwin Clapp low shoes $4.95. See us quick before your size is gone.-Wilkins, Wood & Patteson. The low shoe for summer is the Edwin^ Clapp —the price is $4.95, at Wilkins, Wood &...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 1 August 1913

A Tiling of Beauty as Wtsii as an Article of Merit Mogul Wagon Company MANUFACTURERS OF The ffiogul Hopkinsville, Ky., June 25, 1913, S. L. Erwin & Son, Honey Grove, Texas. Gentlemen:— We are loading- your car of wagons today, and according to our judgment they are the best painted wagons ever sent out of our factory or any other factory, and we have been building wagons for FORTY-THREE YEARS. The gears are painted yellow and have three coats of white lead ground in chrome yellow and linseed oil, which makes ths best paint possible to go on a wagon gear. The beds have a coat of red lead, a coat of English vermilion and red lead and a coat of white lead and cherry. This makes a light cherry color, almost purple, but we were afraid to put on pure cherry color, as there is not enough lead in it to give it sufficient body to be of any value, so we ground the cherry color in white lead, making the most durable color pos- sible to go on any wagon, and more expensive for us. We have ju...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 8 August 1913

HONEY GROVE SIGNAL VOLUME 23 Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, August 8. 1913. No. 27 The 5 & 10 Cent Store Is the name of the New Racket Store that will open its doors in the building next to Black & Little's Drug Store. This store will be UPTO- DATE in every respect and will have the most complete line of Racket Goods that was ever brought to Honey Grove and prices the lowest. We Will Sell Nothing Over ONE DOLLAR and will have plenty to sell you. Come and see our goods and if you are in need you will buy for the prices are right. :: :: :: :: Our Motto: Courteous Treatment to Everyone Ladies, send your children to our store to do your shopping. They will receive the same courteous treatment that you would. :: :: We Sell for Cash Only We Buy for Cash Only That is the reason we are able to make the low prices on our goods. The quality of our goods can not be beat. :: :: :: :: '• We Will Open Our Doors to the Public Friday, Aug. 15, at 9. a. m. LONG SESSION OF THE CITY FATHERS SPECI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 8 August 1913

A Thing of Beauty as Wall as an Article of Merit Mogul Wagon Company MANUFACTURERS OF The Mogul Hopkinsville, Ky., June 25, 1913. S. L. Erwin & Son, Honey Grove, Texas. Gentlemen:— We are loading your car of wagons today, and according to our judgment they are the best painted wagons ever sent out of our factory or any other factory, and we have been building wagons for FORTY-THREE YEARS. The gears are painted yellow and have three coats of white lead ground in chrome yellow and linseed oil, which makes ths best paint possible to go on a wagon gear. The beds have a coat of red lead, a coat of English vermilion and red lead and a coat of white lead and cherry. This makes a light cherry color, almost purple, but we were afraid to put on pure cherry color, as there is not enough lead in it to give it sufficient body to be of any value, so we ground the cherry color in white lead, making the most durable color pos- sible to go on any wagon, and more expensive for us. We have just se...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 8 August 1913

The Old Reliable Peter Schuttler Farm Wagon has stood the test of time. For sixty-nine years it has represented the utmost in wagon perfection— for sixty-nine years it has been built in the same painstaking, old-fashioned ways. Wagon troubles, wagon expenses are over with when you purchase the " Peter Schuttler." The purchase price is the only price. Although the price may be a little more than you would have to pay for some other makes, the additional cost is an investment—not an expense. , 1 The profits on a "Peter Schuttler Wagon" are no more than the profits on cheap wagons. The added cost goes into added quality, and it is this added quality which saves repair bills, avoids break-downs, reduces after-purchase expenses. The Peter Schuttler Company goes to consider- able expense in order to get the best grade Hickory and White Oak. They buy none but the best of refined iron and have every part put on red hot—the only way to get a perfect fit that will stay fitted. Schut- tler tir...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 8 August 1913

FEMALE DISORDERS Are caused in most instances by constipation, torpid liver or indiges- tion. The right course to get rid of these ailments (so common among women) is to strengthen and regulate the vital organs. PRICKLY ASH BITTERS Is a thorough system tonic and regulator. It corrects the stomach, cures kidney ailments and torpid liver, drives ou: blood impurities, cleanses the bowels and promotes regularity. It cures headache, nervous faintness, heartburn, bad breath, palpitation; removes sallow complexion and eruptions of the skin. Get the Genuine with the Figure "3" in Red on Front Label. Sold by Druggists. Price $1.00 per bottle. rjSz^ 'gSfe Black & Little ■M GBOVB SIGBAL PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Signal Pub. Co. - Publishers J. H. Lowry Editor A 2-cent advance in the price of gasoline was announced last week. If this thing keeps up gasoline users will be forced to enjoin the state from collecting any further fines from the oil companies. Far better to let Standard Oil and Wate...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 8 August 1913

Dr. J. W. Whitley DENTIST OFFICE—Pierce-Wood Building, Front Room formerly oc- cupied by Dr. Hill. All kinds of operative and mechanical dentistry. Alll work done by myself in office. Office Hours, 8 to 5. Phones: Office, 369; Residence, 209 DR. A. H. HAMBLETON Dentist High-Class Dentistry- Office Over Postoffice Honey Grove, Texas Diedrick's Velvet Ice Cream It's Good Ivan B. Erwin & Co All Kinds of INSURANCE Real Estate, Loans and Bonds Honey Gx?oire9 Texas PHONES: Office 66; S. L. Erwin 66-2; I. B. Erwin 66-3 RAILWAY TIME TABLES TEXAS & PACIFIC West Bound East Bound No. 35— 8:47 a. m. No. 34—9:41 a. m. No. 31—11:40 a. m. No. 32—1:46 p. m. No. 33— 8:29 p. m. No. 36—5:59 p. m. SANTA FE Train Leaves 8:00 a. in Train Leaves 4 00 p. m Train Arrives 12:20 p. m Train Arrives 8:15 p. m Popular sheet music 10c at Five and Ten Cent Store. There will be services at the Methodist church Sunday at 11 a. m., and at night. Have you tried LaFrance flour If not, order a sack today from th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 8 August 1913

■ irv \© ma '"jo; • • • • FOSTER, Photo Seizing an Opportunity. An English tirm was prosecuted for, swindling. In acquitting them the chief justice said with severity, "The evidence is not sufficient to convict, but if one wishes to know my opinion of your methods I hope they will come to me." Two days afterward the firm's advertisement appeared in all the London papers with the following well displayed: "Reference, by special permission, the lord chief justice of England." —Christian Register. What He Would Do. A young lady visiting her rela- tions on a farm went out in the yard to watch her young cousin play with a chicken. Watching him for some time she asked him, "Willie, if that chicken were to lay an egg what would you do with it ?" He looked up surprised, then said, "Oh, I'd sell it to a museum. That rhicken's a rooster."—Philadelphia Ledger. Hot weather saps the vital en- ergy and makes the hardest workers feel lazy. To maintain strength and energy, use Prickly Ash Bitters. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 8 August 1913

UNDERTAKING See us for ail kinds of Undertaking Goods. Our stock is always well apsortt-d with everything that be- longs to the line and our prices are r^aso a a ble Respectfully, PARAGUAY'S QUEER PLANT. An THINK OF YOUR HORSE. It's just a weak and wornout plug; the world is full of these— Old wrecks of what were horses once— now shaky in the knees, With dry hide stretched on dryer bones, and motion stiff and slow, But working gamely as he did some thirty years ago. To some, such horses mean the whip, and grievous loss of time; , To others, more humane, to work a sick horse is a crime, But when a horse is long past youth, and past his time for looks, The chances are he gets the whip—ex- cept in story books. Suppose YOU had to work always, and when you felt like rest They'd hang a collar round your neck, or stiff strap on your breast, And yell and lash you if you lagged or limped, or flinched from pain, And if'you stumbled, jerked you up and lashed you on again? Think of your horse, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 8 August 1913

All Bound Round with g. Telephone Line In a Bell connected communi- ty it's not "how far is it to neighbor Perkins'?"' But "Is neighbor Perkins' ring three?" The ring of a bell and you have him. In marketing, in matters of farm routine, in emergencies, the telephone adds to the farm- er's ease and profit. Are you connected with the Bell system? Ask our nearest Manager lor infor mation or write to THE SOUTHWESTERN TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE COMPANY DALLAS. TEXAS SWISSES HONEY GROVE SIGNAL •§• •£• *£♦ •{ *5* t LOCAL AND PERSONAL * «| 4* •§• 4* *5* Tioga water at Willson's. Mrs. C. B. Joiner and little daughter are spending the week with relatives in Fort Worth. The low shoe for summer is the Edwin Clapp -the price is $4.95, at Wilkins, Wood & Patteson's. If you want the best Flour be sure that you get White Crest. We have it all the time. — Mc- Gaughey & Sons. Mrs. Bell, of Leonard, who be- fore her marriage was Miss Bruce Ragsdale, has been visiting Mr. R. B. Fisher and family t...

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