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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 24 April 1896

( eases&s \ ■m MOTTO: Keep your head cool and your paper hot. alias Hssasssiisa^LzatsSssias GROVE SIGNAL. VOL. 5. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday April 24, 1896, NO. 42 Sickness and Death Are abroad in the land; Subscribe now and make yourself solid for a good obituary. $15.00 6 5 4.6 ■*M= 6704- 670 S in- fer o i . • as BARGAINS FOR YOU! —— """""&"©"® ~——— The best filled watch case made, three sizes, with Elgin or Waltham movement, 0x3.137- $15. For sale by lv£^.T"TI3:E"WS, THE ZjE-A-PUSTG- TEWELEB. Buy Watches, Clocks, or Jewelry until you see his en- tire stock. At Marshall & Breckeen's Drug Store. NEVER Favorabl e Action taken 011 Greer Connty Bill, Washington, April 17.—The La- cey bill for the reorganization of Greer county, claimed by Oklaho- ma and Texas, and which was the subject of a recent decision by the supreme court, was favorably ac- ted upon by the house judiciary committee to-day. The bill or- ganizes the county as Greer,connty, Oklahoma, with Mangum as the c...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 24 April 1896

> ooio ranio renin nirenin raoimran ranlnonxnxni^ ninininirenininin nirenin nirenin OIOICI reran We are Progressive, j We have that Reputation j And Try to Merit it. We Have Used Our Exerted Efforts, To place our house in the lead of all others, in showing the Cleanest Stock and the Latest Novelties that are usually found only in Cities, and we are proud to sav that we have accomplished this end, and are pleased to announce, that we are receiving this week, the most superb stock of Dry Goods, ever shown m Honey Grove. The Beauty Of The Coming Season, Is that you can dress yourself handsomely, for l®ss mi°n Pretty Wool and Silk Skirts with a pretty Silk or Percale Waist is as stylish as the most superb costume that money could buy. We can show you a lovely line of Printed warp effects on Japanese Silks, Fine India Silks, KiKi Silks, Black Silks, and other novelties in this line, Fancy Duck- ings, LaBelle Crepons, Gauffer Cloths, Percales, Imported Zephyr Ginghams. Our Stock of Pri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 24 April 1896

■ r office of W\ > V BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO COMPANY- DURHAM, N. C. Dear Sir: You are entitled to receive FREE from your wholesale dealer, WHITE STAR SOAP with all : j the Blackwell's Genuine Durham Smoking Tobacco you buy. One bar of soap Free with each pound, whether s6 os., 8 oz., 4 oz., or a oz., packages. We have notified every whole- J sale dealer in the United States that we will supply them with soap to give you FREE. Order a good supply of GENUINE DURHAM at once, and insist on getting your soap. One bar of Soap FREE with each pound you buy. Soap is offered for a limited time, so order to-day. Yours very truly, BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO COMPANY. If you havt any difficulty in procuring your XMKUMf 80Bp, cut out this notice and send it with your order to your wholesale dealer. WIlo Retail RAILWAY TIME-TABLES. TEXAS and PACIFIC. No. 34, Eastbound Cannon Ball leaves. 9:16 a m No. 32, Eastbound Express leaves 2:44 p m No. 31, Westbound Express leaves 12:57 pm No. 33, Westb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 24 April 1896

Take A hint from marY. Maty bad si little lanib-r- You do not look surprised; Of course you don't, for Mary has Been widely advertised. And something you may learn from this If you are not a clam— You can be just as widely known As Mary and her lamb. Your name can bo a household word, And you be known so well That folks will confidently buy The things you have to sell. And when you once have got yourself . Into the cheering rays Of the sunlight of publicity, You bet your life it pays. —Printers' Talk. THE RESCUE. Mr. Robert Bruce, originally de- scended from some branch of the an- cient family of that name, was born in humble circumstances about the close of the last century,-at Dum- fries, in the south of Scotland, and was bred up to a seafaring life. When about 30 years of age—to wit, in the year 1828—he was first mate on a bark trading between Liverpool and St. Johns, N. B. On one of her voyages bound westward, being then some five or six -weeks out, and having neared the eastern...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 8 May 1896

MOTTO: J / N "V Keep your head cool and your paper hot. HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOL. 5. ' Honey Grove, Texas, Friday May 8, 1896, NO. 44 Sickness and Death % Are abroad in the land; Subscribe now and make yourself solid for a good obituary. LOOK HERE. FARMERS! THE OLD WAY AND THE NEW! Tlie Peerless Maelilme CoHip^ny "Will Sell ¥om The PEERLESS FENCE MACHINE (Patented February 12, 1895.) With which you can build your own Wire and Picket Fence and save from FORTY TO SIXTY CENTS PER ROD. The machine costs only $12.00 and is WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD. This is no patent right scheme. We are making thousands of these machines monthly, and must have a good, reliable party in every precinct to sell them for us. No charges for precinct rights. We will furnish you territyry free of charge if you will canvass it for us. The big commission we pay to agents will enable them to make more clear money than any merchant can make with'a$10,000.00 stock of goods. No special time required to handle it. The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 8 May 1896

<iww wsj M.« olnioionroir now oTnu? nop □000000Q raolorrtinxoio^^^ SOOBogoo^OOQ oTrtoInloln oToTo](-)io;n We in Progressive. 1 We liave tint Reputation | And Trj to Merit it. We Have Used Our Exerted Efforts, To place our house in the lead of all others, in showing the Cleanest Stock and the Latest Novelties that are usually found ojily in Cities, and we are proud to say, that wejiave accomplished this end, and are pleased to announce, that we are receiving this week, the most superb stock of Dry Goods, ever shown in Honey Grove. Beauty Of The Coming Season, Is that you can dress yourself handsomely, for less money, than ever before. Pretty Wool and Silk Skirts with a pretty Silk or Percale. Waist is as stylish as the most superb costume that money could buy. We can show you a lovely line of Printed warp effects on Japanese Silks, Fine India Silks, KiKi Silks, Black Silks and other novelties in this line, Fancy Duck- ings, LaBelle Crepons, Gauffer Cloths, Percales, Imported Zephy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 8 May 1896

<* -«•<4 rapanyA \ OFFICE OF blackwell's Durham tobacco company.1 DURHAM, N. C. Dear Sir: You are entitled to receive FR E E from your wholesale dealer, WHITE STAR SOAP with all the Blaokwell's Genuine Durham Smoking Tobacco you buy. One bar of soap Free with each pound, whether 16 ©z., 8 oz., 4 oz., or a oz., packages. We have notified every whole- sale dealer in the United States that we will supply them with soap to give you FREE. Order a good supply of GENUINE DURHAM at once, and insist on getting your soap. One bar of Soap FREE with each pound you buy. Soap is offered for a limited time, so order to-day. Yours very truly, BLAOKWELL'S DURHAM ii Who Retail TOBACCO COMPANY. If you liavt any difficulty in procuring your soap, cut out this notice and send it with your order to your wholesale dealer. RAILWAY TIME-TABLES. texas AND pacific. No. 34, Eastbound Cannon Ball leaves. 9:16 a m No. 32, Eastbound Express leaves 2:44 p m No. 31, Westbound Express leaves 12:57 pm No. 33, W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 8 May 1896

SKATING ON THE OUTER EDGE. She didn't know I loved her—she couldn't really know- Though met/be sumpin, sumpin kindy sort o' told her so, Fer her eyes wuz alius downcast an her chcieks got flamin red, An her lips wuz sort o' twitcliy ez she turned away her head When I knelt to fix her skate straps, an my bunglin fingers shook With the nervousnoss o' lovin her an tryin to make 'em hook. So 'twuz both a kind o' torturo an a blissful privilege When I went with Mandy skatin, skatin on the outer edge. I used to hold her foot, ye see, and mebbe once er twice I'd git a glimpse o' ankle so slim an turned so nice Et 'ud set my heart a-thumpin an a-gyratin aroun. 'Peared like 'tw'u'd twist my innards inside out an upside down, An then she'd try to help an show some more bewitchin curves, Ez if that wuz the way to stiddy down a lov- er's nerves! A thousand times i started, ez nigh ez I can jedge, To tell her how I loved her—skatin on the outer Till one bright night, I don't know how, 'peared li...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 22 May 1896

-vC J Sickness and Death GROVE SIGNAL. HONEY Are abroad in the land; Subscribe now and make yourself solid for a good obituary. and your paper hot. Honey Grove, Texas, rnday May 22, 1896, VOL. 5. NO. 45 ^ MOTTO: \ Keep your head cool SELFS ITEMS. The people are all feeling better since, the rain. Farming is pro- gressing nicely now and crops look fine. Mr. J. H- Gilbert bought about 50 heifer yearlings from G. W. and J. A. Self this week. A Mr. Toller came to -Selfs on his wheel one day last week; he left Lannius at 6.30 and arrived at Selfs 8 o'clock, the distance is about 15 miles. We had preaching several days last week at the Hall by claiming t~> be a christian preacher, but he tried to mimic Sam Jones in using slang and abusive lan- guage; he was not very much en- dorsed by the brethren at this place. Rev. Studdard filled his regular appointment here Saturday and Sunday and delivered a very able sermon to a crowded house Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m. Prof. McKeel has been in th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 22 May 1896

1 □OQOQOQOQOUOQOODOOOOOL^QOOooouo^ goooooow The Long Expected Rain Has Come, and every body is happy. Summer weather appears to be here a little in advance of schedule time, and you should prepare to make yourself comfortable. We have the neces- sary articles to fix you up. ^ We are Continually Getting in New Things — for summer wear and they get cheaper, as the season advances. JEtemember we carry the largest and most complete stock of Dry Goods and General Furnishings, Millinery, and Groceries to be found in the town. And if you want to know what low prices are, get after us with the Cash. We are after your business, and must have it, if kind treatment and honest values count for anything. We are offering some special bargains in Millinery. Our Millinery Department is a beauty in itself. We have a pretty line of Summer Dress Goods, consisting of Lawns, Dimities, Swisses in plain and dotted, Organdies, Grass Cloths, and lots of other things too numerous to mention. A beautiful stoc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 22 May 1896

d w" 7) S* The highest claim for other tobaccos is "Just as good as Durham." Every old smoker knows there is none just as good as is. Blackwell's BULL DURHAM SmtiiiglebMce You will find one coupon inside each two ounce bag, and two cou- pons inside each four ounce bag of Blackwell's Durham. Buy a bag of this cele- brated tobacco and read the coupon—which gives a list of valuable presents and how to get them JAPANESE PILE 50c: and $1 per box, G for $5. Japanese Pile Ointment, 25 and 50c. per box. Japanese Liver Pellets, 50 pills. 25c. Will cure all kinds of Piles. Why suffer with this terrible disease ? We give written guarantee with G $1.00 boxes, to refund the money if not cured. Mailed to any ad- dress on receipt of price. The Japanese Pile Cure Company, St. Paul, Minn. GURE SIBIL. RAILWAY TIME-TABLES. TEXAS AXD PACIFIC. No. 34, Eastbound Cannon Ball leaves. 9:16 a m No. 32, Eastbound Express leaves 2:44 p m No. 31, Westbound Express leaves 12:57 pm No. 33, Westbound Cannon Ball l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 22 May 1896

THE MAGIC MIRROR. "Why v/ed you not, baron?'.' once whispered a fairy. "There's gold in your coffers, why wed you not now?" "Not yet," quoth the baron. " 'Tis best to be wary— I might make a change for the worse, you'll allow. My temper's a jealous one; beauty would keep My mind in a frenzy; I'll look ere I leap. "Oh, give lr# a boon 1" oried the baron. "Pray give mo A magical mirror of crystal and gold, And In it, if womankind e'er should deceive me, The cause of her fickleness let mo behold. " 'Tis yours,"said the fairy. "Whatevermay bo The cause of your grief, there that cause you shall see." The baron soon married, soon found out his erfor. He sighed in his castle, a desolate place. Ho eagerly sought in the magical mirror The cause of the evil and saw—his own face 1 When Ago finds a blank in the lot that ho V draws, He never needs fairy to tell him the cause. —Pearson's Weekly. THE CELIBATE CLUB. "Women," remarked Jack For- est, "are tlie bane of bachelor civi- lization. " "Wome...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 29 May 1896

MOTTO: wm - Keep your head cool and your paper hot. HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOL. 5. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday May 29, 1896, NO. 46 • V Social Conditions. Editor Signal: You doubt- less remember a conversation we had the other evening, in the course of which I said that within the past few days my especial at- tention had been drawn to our present social condition by the re- marks of certain gentlemen who stand as representative citizens, some of whom indeed are leaders and instructors in the moral and social economy of our community. The remarks alluded to referred to the extraordinary efforts now being put forth by the great gov- ernments of the world in the en- larging of their armies and navies and in the strengthening of their coast defences. Some declare that the splashing of the iron-clad and the roar of the musketry at practice are ominous rumblings of an approaching final battle between Religion and Infidelity; others de- clare that they are the rumblings of a final struggle of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 29 May 1896

.a&a'aa^ A A . ffw«Wjoc qotogdb fwootot noOooou ramnjio niomo QoooQooOaoTO QOoooon nnnoon OIOIO The Long Expected Rain Has Come, and every body is happy. Summer weather appears to be here a schedule time, and you should prepare to make yourself comfortable, sary articles to fix you up. little in advance of We have the neces- We are Continually Getting in New Things. for summer wear and they get cheaper, as the season advances. Remember we carry the largest and most complete stock of Dry Goods and General Furnishings, Millinery, and Groceries to be found in the town. And if you want to know what low prices are, get after us with the Cash. We are after your business, and must have it, if kind treatment and honest values count for anything. We are offering some special bargains in Millinery. Our Millinery Department is a beauty in itself. We have a pretty line of Summer Dress Goods, consisting of Lawns, Dimities, Swisses in plain and dotted, Organdies, Grass Cloths, and lots of oth...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 29 May 1896

BkACKWELL'S WANT 0 NO OTHER. v- SEE? GENUINE DURHAM aV IOC CICAREIL 1 You will find one coupon Inside each two ounce bag and two coupons Inside each four ouncii bag of Black- well's Durham. Buy a bag of this celebrated tobacco and read the coupon—which gives a list of valuable pres exits and how to get them A ONE THOUSAND KILLED. )luX1JLXJU| RAILWAY TIME-TABLES. TEXAS AND PACIFIC. No. 34, Eastbound Cannon Ball leaves. 9:16 a m No. 32, Eastbound Express leaves 2:44 p m No. 31, Westbound Express leaves 12:57 pm No. 33, Westbound Cannon Ball leaves 6:33 p ca SANTA FF.. Leaves 9:25 am Arrives 11:55 a m Leaves 4:10 pm Arrives 5:50 p m LOCAL NOTES. A new son arrived at the home of Mr. Frank Yoakum last Sun day. We lead the town in fine milli- nery. Call and see what we have? Williamson, Blocker & Co. Work is progressing nicely on the several new buildings going up in the city and the carpenters are all busy as bees. J. L. Ware has just received some novelties in ladies and misses fine...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 29 May 1896

A FLORAL LOVE STORY. Fuir Marigold a maiden was. Sweet William was her Lover. Their path was twined with Bittersweet; it did not ran through Clover. The Ladies' Tresses raven were, her cheeks a lovely Rose. She wotfe fine Lady's Slippers to warm her small Pink toes. Her Poppy was an Elder who had a Mint of gold, An awful old Snapdragon to make one's blood run cold. His temper was like Sour Grass. His daugh- ter's heart he wrung With words both fierce and bitter—he had an Adder's Tongue. The lover's hair Was like the Flax of pure Ger- manic type. He wore a Dutchman's Breeches; he smoked a Dutchman'a Pipe; He sent Marshmallows by the pound and choicest Wintergreen. She painted him Forgetmenots, the bluest ever seen. He couldn't serenade her within the Night- ?hade dark, 'ery Tliyme he tried it her father's Dog- wood bar^. And so he set a certain day to meet at Four o'Olock. Her face was pale, .as Snowdrops, e'en whiter tjian her frock. The lover vowed hfc d Pine and die if she should ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 5 June 1896

■ A" si** MOTTO: Keep your head cool and your paper hot. HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOL. 5. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday June 5, 1896, NO. 47 FOR MALARIA and all summer complaints, take Lqwry's Signal Tonic 52 Doses, One Dollar. This marvelous remedy is introduced into the system without spoon or hypodermic, the op- tic nerve acting as a siphon to distribute the healing balm to all parts of the body. Antlpsorlc, Antipyretic and Antiseptic. Directions: A dose every Friday. The Cuban War. The two most striking charac- terisies of the Spaniard are pride and cruelty, and both are fully exemplified in the dealings of Spain with Cuba. The recent de- crees of Captain general Weyler seem to be based on the principle of the old alliteration—rule or i\i\ru But no one atall jicquaint ed with the situation believes now for one moment that Spain can regain control of the island. Be- ginning February 24, 1895, with so small an uprising as to seem insignificant the rebellion has grown to such dimensions th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 5 June 1896

amIM>& a'A.v - Qi OW)® ™oTOT woio7no 0«Q05oQ«3OTaoooS®oooood^^ □ouoothIG nooo QO'n n'OTnToro Oh, Aint Hot! and every body is growling. Summer weather appears to toe here a little in advance of schedule time, and you should prepare to make yourself comfortable. We have the neces- sary articles to fix you up. We are Continually Getting in New Things. jig for summer wear and they get cheaper, as the season advances. Remeniher we carry the 3 If C01« st+ock of ?ry .Goods and General Furnishings, Millinery, and | I? «, n found m the town. And if you want to know what low prices are, get after | $> h nr^QfTToi fi Pcff ?' are a/i?®r y°ur business, and must have it, if kind treatment and 8 ffi £?„• val_lJes count for anything. We are offering some special bargains in Millinery. Our | Millinery Department is a beauty in itself. We have a pretty line of Summer Dress Goods, ^ & nf XftllS Dimities, Swisses in plain and dotted, Organdies, Grass Cloths, and lots for Ladies^ numerous ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 5 June 1896

X >> BEST with a big B. Blackwells Genu ne Bui11 Durham is in a class by itself. You will tod one coupon inside each two ounce bag, and two cou pons inside each four ounce bag of Blackwell Genuine Durham Smoking T obacco Buy a bag of this celebrated tobacco and readthe coupon which gives a44atof valuable presents and how to get them. SIGNAL. RAILWAY TIME-TABLES. TEXAS AND PACIFIC. No. 34, Eastbound Cannon Ball leaves. 9:16 a m No. 32, Eastbound Express leaves 2:44 p m No. 31, Westbound Express leaves 12:57 pm No. 33, Westbound Caunon Ball leaves 6:33 p ta SANTA FK. y.AJ nmr THE CITY tOrifCIIi, Elec Leaves il:55am Arrives. . 4:10 pm Leaves ..5:50 pm Arrives y LOCAL NOTES. The locusts are covering the face of the earth and making day and night hideous with their discord- ant squalls. Some Pharash must have provoked God's wrath and caused a return of the plagues. a move _0H yya., and get into one of those pretty Linen Crash Suits, Tan shoes and a pretty straw hat, to be had only ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 5 June 1896

tvaa ^fTr-nawi—y, w--j.WiT.-M. .WHniBBIfii'Bi irWl.Tiil iaWiL/ssa'Sfi'fiiisstiiii OFF FOR DANCING SCHOOL [These words can be sung to the Elizabethan air, "To all you ladies now on land," etc.] We started off for dancing school, My sisters twain and I. The night was lovely, clear and cool; The moon was in the sky. I wore a gown of sarcenet blue, And Madge and Kitty had them, too, For to trip and to skip And to skip and to trip And be merry all the glad time through. The girls were pranked as gay and bright As peacocks in their pride. The parson's Rose was all in white, Most like an April bride; Her sister Nell in gown of green- Good lack I She thought herself a queen— For to trip and to skip And to skip and to trip And be merry all the glad time through. The lads in corner huddled close, Just like a flock of sheep. Beneath their lids at Nell and Rose They scarcely dared to peep. But yet, "How fair so e'er they be," Methought, "there's one will come for me, For to trip and to skip And...

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