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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 15 August 1913

s \f HONEY GROVE SIGNAL Tt VOLUME 23 Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, August 15, 1913. No. 28 JEWELRY AND REPAIRING I am now at the Corner Drug Store, and have a splendid stock of Watches and Jewelry, upon which I will make Close Prices. Will also do all kinds of Repairing on short notice and at reasonable prices, and will guarantee all work. G. D. SQUIRES BOILER EXPLOSION KILLS SEVEN MEN. Awful Tragedy Twelve Miles East of Clarks- ville Saturday. A boiler explosion at Major's saw mill, twelve miles east of Clarksville caused the death of seven men last Saturday morn- ing. There were seven men working at the mill at the time of the explosion and all are dead. Five were killed instantly, an- other died soon after, and the third lived two days. Some of the bodies were blown a distance of 100 feet by the explosion. The names of the men who lost their lives were J. G. Ma- jors, George Majors, Pinkney Hawkins, Will Guior, Joe Dan- iels, Tony Coates and Ernest Peacock. The mill was owned by J....

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 15 August 1913

/ I Willi///// A Profitable Investment Houses not wired for electric service are 111 not in the "all modern improvements"cl£Ss, Tenants taboo them as being incon* anient, uneconomical and unfashionable. Landlords find ^hei>. nard to rent, di-£cult to ' sell and expensive to insure. Your friends and neighbors who own, buy, sell or rent houses, will substantiate these facts. Eliminate these drawbacks by having ycur houses wired. Wedo> the work at moderate cost and on easy terms. IE. G. McKINNEY HDW. COi Honey Grove, Texas HONEY GROYE SIGNAL published every FRIDAY Signal Pub. Co. - Publishers J. H. Lowry - - Editor BEVERAGE QUESTION THREATENS DEMOCRACY. The following item from Wash- ington appeared in the daily pa- pers of the country a few days ago: "The Wilson administra- tion just cannot agree on the subject of drink. Further disruption came to light to- day with the discovery that William G. McAdoo, secre- tary of the treasury, is a buttermilk fiend. "William J. Bryan, secre-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 15 August 1913

CURIOUS HERM ISLAND. A Romantic Feudal Spot Close to the English Coast. A real feudal island, where the inhabitants are ruled by rigid regu- lations reminiscent of the middle ages and where even visitors have to conform to Spartan laws—such is the island of Herm, about four miles from Guernsey. Herm is only about eight miles in circumference, but kangaroos run wild within its confines, and the inhabitants are not allowed to have either guns 01; dogs. It is difficult to believe that Herm is a real island only a few miles from the English coast and not a dream island in the south seas invented by some fanciful novelist. It is leased from the British gov- ernment by Prince Blucher, a de- scendant of the famous Waterloo Blucher. His residence stands on the summit of the island and can be seen from the sea for miles around. There is only one landing place, and then one can only get ashore under certain tides. No onie is per- mitted to land without paying a fee, and people have to give a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 15 August 1913

CONSTIPATION. Its Cause and How to Cure It. Guess 33at too much, Stomach feels bloated, All out of sorts, Don't feel like work to-day. I've another case of biliousness. "Take anything?" ''Yes; some pills, but no results; sup. pose I'm getting ironclad. Sometimes 1 double the dose, then they physic me so hard I'm too weak to work. Think I'l) fcave to try something new." "liver try Prickly Ash Bitters:1" "No; I've heard a good deal about it, but never tried it." "Well, you'll be pleased with the re Suits." The purgative action of Prickly Ash Bitters not only removes hard impac- tions, gas and impurities, but it strength- ens the muscular action of the bowels which causes them to move regularly. Prickly Ash Bitters is a bowel tonic and regulator in the truest sense. It promotes daily evacuations, establishes healthy movements and is the bes'c known remedy for disordered digestion, flatulence and a constipated habit. D. M. Blackwelder, of Litchfield, 111., says l* the Litchfield Nevis: ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 15 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 Diedrlck's Velvet Ice Cream It's Good Ivan B. Erwin &c 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 HOMY 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 * LOCAL AND PERSONAL * «$. ^ Mrs. Ella Poston returned Sun- day from a two-weeks visit to Galveston. Have you tried LaFrance flour If not, order a sack today from thelSouth Sixth G...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 15 August 1913

Treat Them to the treat of treats — always welcomed, by all, everywhere sparkling with life—delight- fully cooling—supremely wholesome. Delicious—Refreshing Thirst-Quenching Demand the Genuine- Refuse Substitutes. 3-A At Soda Fountains or Carbon- ated in Bottles. Send for Free Booklet. THE COCA-COLA COMPANY, ATLANTA, GA. WHETHER YOU USE CALOMEL OR NOT You Will Realize How Much Better for You this Safe Vegetable Rem- edy will be tor You. The liver is such a delicate or- gan that most people have learned from experience the danger of flogging it into action with the dangerous drug—calomel. The Honey Grove Pharmacy sells and recom men ds Dodson' s Li ver Tone, a pleasant-tasting, harmless veg- etable liquid that encourages the liver, relieves constipation and biliousness without restriction of habit or diet. There are no bad after-effects from taking Dodson's Liver Tone. It does just what it is intended to do and no more. Dodson's Liver Tone cannot harm either children or grown-ups and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 15 August 1913

LONG DISTANCE SERVICE is of distinct value to the farmer and to all dweller* in rural dis- tricts— Communication between members of the family widely sep- arated from each other can be quickly and satisfactorily establish- ed by telephone and anxiety and worry dispelled in times of sick- ness or trouble. Rural service is supplied at very- low cost. Our nearest manager will furnish information, or write to The Southwestern Tele- graph and Telephone Company DALLAS. TEXAS £Mted1§£ nn /z HOMY GROVE SIGNAL * LOCAL AND PERSONAL * * Tioga water at Willson's. Mr. J. A. Underwood went to Rockport Sunday to spend a few days. Two packages of chewing gum for 5c at the Five and Ten Cent Store. Miss Allie Smith, of Navasota, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Sallie Petty. Have you tried LaFrance flour? If not, order a sack today from the South Sixth Grocery. «. Mr. A. M. Fulton, of Jackson- ville, Texas, a nephew of Mrs. C. J; Joiner, is visiting Mrs. Joiner and family. We have just received two car...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 15 August 1913

Houston vs, the Dallas will take you there Exceedingly Low Fares From Ladonia - $160 From Honey Grove, $1.60 From Pecan Gap - $1.50 Train No. 63 wifl be held at Dallas until 7 p. m. For further details ask Agent PECULIAR ACCIDENT. Negro Burned to Death By Tub of Gasoline. Josh Wright, a negro, died Tuesday night from injuries re- ceived Saturday afternoon when a tub of burning gasoline was thrown on him as he was passing the tailoring shop of Harrison Taylor, colored, on Rusk street. It seems that some one in the shop was washing clothes in a tub filled with gasoline when the liquid caught fire and instantly flashed up. The tub was kicked out into the street immediately and the contents struck Wright, who was passing the shop. The burning fluid enveloped him in a sheet of fire and he made a dash for a restaurant, trying in the meantime to protect his head and eyes from the flames with his hands and arms. He fell, how- ever, before he reached the res- taurant, and his cries for help ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 22 August 1913

HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOLUME 23. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, August 22. 1913. No. 29 JEWELRY AND REPAIRING I am now at the Corner Drug Store, and have a splendid stock of Watches and Jewelry, upon which I will make Close Prices. Will also do all kinds of Repairing on short notice and at reasonable prices, and will guarantee all work. C. D. SQUIRES THE FIRST BALE ARRIVED TUESDAY Hugh Nugent Fitzgerald, of the Fort Worth Record, and J. H. Lowry, of the Honey Grove Signal, are more persistent than any other ed- itors in Texas in attempting to hold up Cyclone Davis as an object of ridicule and con- tempt. It is not surprising that the hired hand of the whisky Record should do so, because he has to earn his money; but that Jim Lowry —versatile, brainy, generous and unusually tolerant in other respects—should ex- hibit such thinly veiled ven- om toward a man whose life has been a protest against wrong as he understood it, and who is a lay preacher in the same church with which Mr. Lowry aff...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 22 August 1913

"3= WUI///A A Profitable Investment Houses not wired for electric service are 1 not jn the "all modern improvements"clrss, Tenants taboo them as being inconvenient, uneconomical and unfashionpMe. Landlords find ^hen-. nard to rent, di-Hcult to sell and expensive to insure. Your friends and neighbors who own, buy, sell or rent houses, will substantiate these facts. Eliminate these drawbacks by having yr*w houses wired. We do the work at moderate cost and or easy terms. E. G. McKINNEV HDW. CO; Honey Grove, Texas HONEY GROVE SIGNAL PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Signal Pub. Co. Publishers J. H. Lowry Editor With a fine ocean-to-ocean high- way there'll be nothing to keep any of us from seeing all the country. Provided, of course, the legislature doesn't get busy and pass a law prohibiting us from walking on the highway. Charley White will be a candi- date fpr State Comptroller. Char- ley was petitioned by members of the legislature and people of Austin recently to get into the race for this im...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 22 August 1913

HEALTHY LIVER MAKES BEAUTY Famous Actress Finds that a Healthy Liver is Necessary to Good Looks and Youthtulness. One of the best* known women of the American stage is writing series of articles on the preser- vation of beauty. She attaches great importance to keeping the liver active at all times, and she is right. Neither good looks nor happiness will stay long with any man or woman who lets the liver get lazy and sluggish. It is not always safe to take calomel, the old liver remedy. Doctors ^gree that it is a very uncertain drug. But the Honey ■Grove Pharmacy has a remedy for sale that they guarantee to take the place of calomel abso- lutely, and still be harmless, caus- ing no restriction of habit or diet. This remedy is Dodson's Liver Tone. Dodson's Liver Tone is a pleasant-tasting vegetable liquid, but it starts the liver gently and surely and relieves constipation and biliousness so promptly that it has become a dependable rem- edy in thousands of homes in the United States. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 22 August 1913

HONEY GROVE SIGNAL PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Signal Pub. Co. - Publishers J. H. Lowry Editor REAL DROUTH COMING. Many years ago a dry moon settled over Texas, and the throne of King Alcohol began to totter. The old king had wielded the sceptre a long time, and of course was not to be dethroned in a month, a year or a decade. But the "dry" people digged about the foundations of the old throne even as the army of Cyrus digged about the walls of ancient Babylon. The capture, however, was not as that of Babylon, but was one post at a time. First "dry" spots were made: not very dry,ibut dry enough to cause the drinkers some inconvenience Bootleggers could work, cold storages could be operated and there were many ways by which connection could be established between the drinker and the cup that cheers. But new laws were made! that put the bootlegger and the cold storage over the dump, and the drinker then had to depend upon the exprses of- fices and the freight trains. This worked a little f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 22 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 Mrs. H. L. Anderson left Tues- day for Rogers, Ark., to spend two or three weeks. 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 HOHBT GBIITE 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 <%• * LOCAL AND PERSONAL * Order an ice cold watermelon from Willson's. Cherry smash sundae is f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 22 August 1913

CHIEF TYPES OF CLOUDS. And the Messages They Convey In Forecasting the Weather. The three chief types of clouds are the cirrus, stratus aud cumulus, and the best times to study them are at sunset and sunrise. Cumulus clouds are the most impressive of all clouds and are more commonly to be seen in summer than winter. <• These clouds pile themselves up :n masses near the horizon. When they are. only of a moderate size and gradually melt away during the evening they indicate u spell of fine weather. But if, on the con- trary, the cJouds continue to pile themselves up like huge snowy mountains, then look for rain. The stratus cloud is generally formed at the end of a fine day. It- is like a widely extended horizontal sheet and hanging so low that it frequently touches the earth's sur- face in the form of a fog. When such clouds are formed in the morn- ing it tells the sky experts to look out for another fine day. Stratus clouds, indeed, seldom indicate rain. Cirrus clouds, as their n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 22 August 1913

m Getting over the old stile Clear skies, green fields, full barns for the farmer who realizes that the old order of things has passed. To be modern is to have a Bell telephone. To have a telephone is to live. Apply to our nearest Manager or write THE SOUTHWESTERN TELE- GRAPH & TELEPHONE CO. DALLAS. TEXAS A7?/3 *§• «J# * LOCAL AND PERSONAL * •5* ❖ Tioga water at Willson's. Try our ice cream; it's made every day. — Bert's Place. Drink Tioga water—"Good for what ails you." At Willson's. Mr. and Mrs. Noel Leach have been entertaining a new son since Sunday. Drop in and take a pail of our delicious ice cream with you; it's better.—Bert Wheeler's Fount. White Crest Flour keeps the children fat and the cook in good humor. We have it.—Mc- Gaughey & Son. Mrs. H. E. Neblett and chil- dren returned Wednesday from Sherman after a week's visit * with friends there. Call and see us any time; we are here to serve anything any time in the cold drink line.— Bert Wheeler's Confectionery. Mrs...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 22 August 1913

A sallow or yellowish complexion is a symp- tom of a Torpid Liver, and a Torpid Liver ia the cause of many serious diseases, of which the most frequent are Pneumonia, Bright's Disease, Typhoid Fever and Malaria or Chills. HERBINE Is a Medicira® and Bowes 1 Regulator ©f Or ©at P©wer and Effectiveness. A Torpid 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, shallowness', 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 Bottle. miLiim PROPRIETOR Stephen* Eye Saive ia a sa£e and speedy remedy lor Sore Eyes. st. lows, mo. Sold And RecoMHeNDgpBY Black & Little and Hon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 29 August 1913

HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOLUME 23 Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, August 29. 1913. * ' No. 30 JEWELRY AND REPAIRING I am now at the Corner Drug Store, and have a splendid stock of Watches and Jewelry, upon which I will make Close Prices. Will also do all kinds of Repairing on short notice and at reasonable prices, and will guarantee all work. C. D. SQUIRES BUTTERMILK WINS ANOTHER VICTORY. Greenville Women Serve Lacteal Fluid at County Fair Jim Lowry should feel lifted up in spirits. His defeat at Dal- las by an advocate of potlicker is being overcome daily. Green- ville people, and East Texas peo- ple, are helping him in his battle for establishing buttermilk as the most refreshing and health- ful drink of the world. As an instance, of which he should be proud, the ladies of the Presby- terian church arranged for a con- cession at the county fair. They fell upon the idea of serving but- termilk, mind you, not potlicker, with the result that they made happy several hundred, a few thousand pe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 29 August 1913

HONE? GBOfE SIGNAL PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Signal Pub. Co. - Publishers J. H. Lowry Editor LASHINGS OF CONSCIENCE. The murderer of Miss Florence Brown, the Dallas stenographer, •has not been arrested; so far as we know there is no evidence pointing to the guilt of the hell- ish fiend. It may be that the neck of the murderer will never feel the hangman's noose, but let no one imagine that the fiend will escape punishment. There is punishment more terrible than the noose, the guillotine or the stake; it is the thing we call con- science, from which there is no escape. Speaking of the mur- derer and his success in so far evading arrest, the Dallas Times- Herald truly says: "For him there shall be no rest. For him there shall be few moments free from fear. In the greeting of friends he fancies suspicion. Every footfall behind him during the day may mean the ap- proach of the relentless law. Every mysterious sound at night may mean detection and destruction. Before his face is the never-f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 29 August 1913

micm SEPTEMBER. If I but kiiw What forme would attend my song— If, say, te\summer shall be long, Or if tb^jlae, Soft* sJs on fall SL^Pt their glory over all— Inot \fonder what to do, kne^ kne^ torn tree sun shall dimly spring his cj>uch, soft-shadowing Id wood (through, the tall lirn the c|uail shall sweetly call, ll not write this verse or two, lit knew.; t knew g would rise above the dust 11 with glory when it bust, Cars bedew,! arch of spade, startled angels' eyes could trace stick swift-1 ailing from the view, but knew. but knew /hat safe heights it might aspire, !>uld not dall j with my lyre, 'send a true le blast for fall ce that which tumbled down the wall fJericho, when the trumpet blew, but knew. September was the seventh lonth in the old Roman calen- lar, and therefore took its name the Latin septem (seven). brought Labor Day around lidsummer, when it was too tto march far enough to make |h of an impression on capital, the Roman unions subse- mtly had it made the nin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 29 August 1913

J. H. Lowry Editor DAILY BREAD. Going back to the Sunday school lesson of the past week we see a true picture of human na ture in the Israelites of old These people had been in bondage many years and had suffered as sore persecution perhaps as was ever visited upon any people, but when somebody undertook to help them on to better things they began to kick ferociously. First they were ready to hang Moses and Aaron because it looked like they would be over- taken by Pharaoh's army, then they kicked a blue streak because the waters of Marah were not first-class; but it was when they found themselves short on meat and bread that they raised i hullabaloo of the old-time popu listic type. The Lord came to the relief of these kickers by giving them bread each morning and meat each evening. But he gave them only a day's rations at a time. We have not the records along this line, but we are confident that such a supply was by no means satisfactory. It hasn't been satisfactory at any time sin...

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