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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 29 August 1913

Dr. j. W. Whitley DENTIST OFFICE—PiercelWood 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 J\ The Int olt ■TO DR. A. H. HAMBLETON Dentist High-\Class Dentistry- Office Over Postoffice \ Honey Grove, Texas Good wagon sheets at low prices at W. T. Clark's. New and correct styles on dis- play at Mrs. Marie Lawrence's Millinery Emporium. You get good service at our fount and your money's worth every time. At Bert Wheeler's Fount. Misses Lucile and Aubyn Blake, of Dallas, arrived in the city yes- terday for a visit with Miss Leah Norwood. Cotton picking time is here. You will need knee pads. I have a large stock of the best ones made.—W. T. Clark. My so And As s. Th. The If .1 Ifa : To v I W< ' But Bin, Li). Of If - ■lIlMMH iidri Dieprick's M ! Velvet Ice Cream It's Good >7£ ' sS. J- Thii - in hot o muc i anrl! qu m r iw | en in' ? f...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 29 August 1913

A Profitable investment Houses nc vired for electric service are not in the "all modern improvements"ckss; Tenant? taboo them as being inconvenient, i|j. uneconomical and unfashionable. 'l|||._"===^ Landlords find >hei^ nard rent, di-fieult to ! sell and expensive to insure. Your friends ana neighbors who own, buy, sell or rent houses, will substantiate these facts. Eliminate these drawbacks oy having yr"*r houses wired. We do the work at moderate cost and or- easy terms. DUCK SHOOTING NOW UNLAWFUL J WAS A DOUBTER TO THE END. Couldn't Convince Uncle Johnny About the Railroad. Congressman Heflin of Ala- bama tells this story of old Uncle Johnny. A friend said, "Uncle Johnny, they are going to build a railroad through this settle- ment," and Uncle Johnny re- plied, "My judgment is they will never build it." But his friend said, "They are surveying now just a few miles from here," to which Uncle Johnny replied, "There is a sight of difference between road sur- veying and road buildi...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 29 August 1913

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 CD. DALLAS,.TEXAS nn 13 HONEY GROVE SIGNAL ^ «£• «§• •§ «§• •§* •£• «§• «£• •£• ♦J* 1^1 i|t * LOCAL AND PERSONAL * * Tioga water at Willson's. All clergymen admitted free at Airdome Friday and Saturday. Have you tried LaFrance flour? If not, order a sack today from the South Sixth Grocery. «. Mr. J. E. Allen left Sunday for Terrell, having accepted a posi- tion in a railway office there. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Boone leave to-day for Fort Worth. They will make their home there for a year. We are still talking about that ^delicious orange and grape julep .served only at our fount.—Bert's Place. Mr. R. D. Lane returned Mon- day night from St. Louis and Chicago, where he spent ten days buying fall and winter good...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 29 August 1913

YOUR NEXT TRIP EAST WHY NOT GO VIA One of the World's Famous Cities PACIFIC RAILWAY Operates Two Through Trains Daily and Grants Stop Over at New Orleans on All Through Tickets Without Extra Cost The Metropolis of the South and the Most Interesting City in the United States Your Local Ticket Agent will Give You All Infomiation or Write Ass't. Gen'l Passenger Agent DALLAS, TEXAS GEO. D. HUNTER Gen'l Passenger Agent COTTON CONDITIONS ARE VERY POOR Report for Gotten Belt Shows Heavy De- terioration. The Memphis Commercial Ap- peal publishes semi-weekly a re- port of the condition of the cot- ton crop. The report comes from practically every county in the cotton belt andjs perhaps the most accurate report of cotton conditions given the public. Sum- marizing the report which was issued Mondav morning of this week the Commercial-Appeal says: The condition of the cotton crop is estimated to be 69.6 of normal, an even 10 points loss from the government figures of July 25. The figures given ...

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

HONEY GROVE SIGNAL VOLUME 23 Honey Grove, Texas. Friday, Sept. 5, 1913. No. 31 Summer Is Going Fall is at Hand Our Store is already nearly full of new fall goods. Those who desire picking choice may come and make their selections. We already have thousands of yards of new Silks, Wash Goods and Dress Materials, with more coming every day Also an early shipment of Fall Dresses, bought at bar- gain prices, and marked the same way. Schoifl':'Ttnrrir:H-erfe-- We are ready to fit the boys and girls out for school, from head to foot. Don't forget that Buster Brown Blue Rib- bon Shoes and Ironclad Ho- siery give school children the very best service. Our milliners are showing the new style Fall Hats, and in our Ladies' Ready to wear Department the advanced showing of popular - priced Suits is ready for inspection. ««■■■ Clean-Up Prices are on all summer goods. You get them at your own price. illiamson - Spelce Co MIDSUMMER COTTON CROP IS PROMISING Dr. S. P. Brooks, president of Baylor Unive...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 5 September 1913

Copyright, 1913, by the Panama-Pacific International Exposition Co. THE HUGE TOWER OF JEWELS, 430 FEET HIGH. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Signal Pub. Co. - Publishers J. H. LOWRY Editor A Lamar county man who has pulled through ninety summers and as many winters took unto himself a bride last Sunday in the person of a Dallas widow of fifty. Come to North Texas, all ye who are approaching the sere and yellow leaf. It is here that octogenarians are youthful lovers whispering gentle nothings into the ears of their lady loves, nono- genarians are frolicsome bride- grooms, and centenarians carry bundles of dry goods and push the baby carriage without a groan or word of protest. The criminal simply cannot run away from himself. Last Friday a young man hunted up Sheriff Leeman at Bonham and asked that he be arrested. The young fellow had escaped from the peni- tentiary at New Mexico with a three-year sentence hanging over him. He had traveled over most of the United States, but every- where he w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 5 September 1913

i i Paint Keeps the Home Bright No matter what it is that has become marred and unsightly from age and wear, there's an Acme Quality paint, enamel, stain or varnish that will exactly fit the need. We are agents in this vicinity for ACME QUALITY PAINTS AND FINISHES the most scientifically prepared, the most satis- LITTLE paint here, a touch of enamel there, a brushful of varnish •yonder—everyone can see a dozen or more such opportunities for brightening and beautifying the home. Perhaps it's the outside of the house that needs protection from the ravages of the weather; perhaps it's a chair, or dresser, the floor or wood- work that has become worn and shabby, or perhaps it's the family carriage, the farm wagon or the lawn jswing that has ceased to be a source of pride. factory in appearance and wear, made in the largest paint and varnish plant in the world. Simply tell us what you want to do, ask for the proper Acme Quality goods for that purpose and i you are sure to get the best th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 5 September 1913

ViJ- r- qii BUHKV 6B0VH SIGNAL PUBLISHED EVERY FRiDflY Signal Pub. Co. - Publishers J. ti. Lowry Editor Mr. Drouilhet, a Dallas man, was out of money and asked his wife for some change. The wife refused point blank to part with any of her earnings, whereupon her husband struck her with his fist and killed her. Should the wives of this country retaliate by killing their husbands when money is refused them there will be such a dearth of male voters that the suffragettes will capture all the offices when equal suf- frage is granted. In the heart of Bonham's fash- ionable residence district last Sunday a rattlesnake five feet long was killed. The monster serpent was despatched within a few feet of the homes of Ed Steger, Charley Halseli and John Russell, gentlemen who never see snakes where there are no snakes. For years Honey Grove has striven to keep ahead of Bon- ham, and at the very time vic- tory seemed secure all was lost. So far as we know there never was a snake in Honey Grove a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 5 September 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 Good wagon sheets at low prices at W. T. Clark's. Don't worry about getting bad laundry work; instead send with Early Willson next time and be happy. Mr. J. Black Brown, of Little Rock, returned home Monday after a short visit with his father and sister here. Diedrick's Velvet Ice Cream It's Good Ivan B. Ervin &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 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 Leave...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 5 September 1913

wum MB A Profitable investment Houses nc' wired for electric service are 'h not in the "a.:i modern improvements"clf~3s, Tenant? taboo them as being inconv enient, uneconomical and unfashionable. Landlords find %het^ nard t& rent, di-Bcult to sell and e^spensiv- to insure. Your friends and neighbors who own, buy, sell or rent houses, will substantiate these facts. Eliminate these drawbacks Dy having yr^r houses wired. We do the work at moderate cost zf t. G. McKlNiNEV HDW. COJ Honey Grove, Texas ACTS ON THE LIVER. Dodson'8 Liver Tone Livens Up the Liver—Is More than a Mere Laxative. Calomel was for years the only known medicine that would stim- ulate the liver. But calomel is often dangerous, and people are not to be blamed for being afraid of it. Within the lastfew years many medicines have been put out to be used instead of calomel, but their effect is on the bowels—not on the liver. The Honey Grove Pharmacy says that the only real liver medicine to actually take the place of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 5 September 1913

Where There's a Farm There Should be a Bell Telephone The progressive farmer .sur- rounds himself with modern advantages. He, too, appreciates that con- venience ministers to health, happiness, progress and wealth. What does he do? With other neighbors he starts a Rural Telephone line. Enough said. Apply to our nearest Manager for in- formation or write to THE SOUTHWESTERN • TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE CO. DALLAS, TEXAS HONEY GROYE SIGNAL •J# * LOCAL AND PERSONAL 4 ■$ «J« Cheese on ice at Willson's. Large stock of wagon sheets at W. T. Clark's. Mrs. Tom Tate has been visit- ing relatives in Dallas this week. All school supplies, except school books, at the Corner Drug Store. Mrs. Lizzie Boyle left Tuesday for Sulphur, Okla., to spend two or three weeks. The Corner Drug Store carries all school supplies, except text books, and solicits your trade in this line. White Crest Flour keeps the children fat and the cook in good humor. We have it.—Mc- Gaughey & Son. Mrs. A. T. Reed and daugh...

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

Is. o' s Y our Ta.il.oi?? FALL OPENING. SEPTEMBER 26TH AND 27TH first National Bank Honey Grove, Texas CAPITAL AND SURPLUS - - ■ $250;000.00 Shareholders Additional Liability • $125,000.00 We do business under the restrictions and safeguards of the National Banking Law. Your account is solicited, will be appreciated and will nave careful attention. DIRECTORS: W. D. WILKINS, ' B. 0. WALCOTT, M. A. GALBRAITH, T. W. TROUT, D. E. TAYLOR, V G. W. McCLEARY JNO. A. PIERCE UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY For Postal Savings Funds New and Second-BLand We have a very large stock of new and second hand Furni- ture, Trunks, Suit Cases, Hardware and Stoves, and are mak- ing the best prices you ever heard of. Come and see us. We exchange new stock for old. South Sixth Street ORYDEN BROS Hopey Grove, Tex. 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 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 19 September 1913

HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOLUME 23 K Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, Sept. 19, 1913. No. 33 Looking for Your Grocery Trade I desire to say to all my patrons, at the beginning of the Fall Season, that I am well prepared to meet all their wants in GROCERIES My stock is and will be kept complete. Everything that the people want and can be had, I will have. No- body can sell you better groceries, because I buy the best. Nobody can make you better prices, and nobody will appreciate your patronage more H. E. Neblett DEATH BY AUTO. Month by month the auto death record grows. Municipal authori- ties the world over have been legislating laws for the regula- tion of automobile traffic, but the most careful drivers sometimes find themselves in positions of peril. In Cook. County, Illinois, 102 kpersons were killed by automo- during the first eight months of the present year. In New York City 469 were killed in the same length of time. The peril seems to be in varying de- grees wherever statistics are k...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 19 September 1913

I WI////// 1L A Profitable * Investment Houses not wired for electric service are not in the "ail modern improvements"cl£3s, Tenants taboo them as being incon* anient, '"Hj,' ■uneconomical and unfashionable,. Landlords find then*, nard to rent, dMScult to ' sell and expensive to insure. Your friends an J neighbors who own, buy, sell or rent houses, will substantiate these facts. Eliminate these drawbacks by having yew houses wired. We do the work at moderate cost and on easy terms. E. G. McKinney Hardware Company BOH GB0Y1 fflML PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Signal Pub. Co. - Publishers J, H. Lowry Editor The best the Official Optimist can do this week is to predict one of the finest crops of turnips ever seen in North Texas. Thank the Lord, we have some crops that grow better every time Jupiter Pluvius makes a hit. The people of Oklahoma will ask for a referendum vote on a law recently passed by the legis- lature prohibiting gambling. And the Socialists of Dallas will ask that the mayor o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 19 September 1913

pr~ENAMELS Fall Painting Economy The wood is thoroughly dry. ' Summer s sun has removed all moisture, - : . 2. Paint penetrates deeper into dry wood. s The deeper it goes the better it holds. . . j* ■ 3. Fall weather is warm, dry and dependable. Little danger of cold, damp, rainy days which endanger the durability of the paiiit. 4. Wet weather decays and destroys unprotected surfaces. Lack of paint means unsightly and less valuable property. 5. Fall painting keeps out winter moisture. The greatest enemy to the life and beauty of all structures• . If it's a surface to be painted, enameled, stained, varnished or finished in any way, there's an Acme Quality Kind to fit the purpose. : • The Honey Grove Pharmacy "4• f 1 1 4 Quinine Cures Rabies. Saint Louis, Sept. 15.—Dr. Downey L. Harris, city bacteri- ologist, to-day gave out details of a treatment by which he has <kired a patient at the city hos- pital of a disease which had been diagnosed as rabies. When the patient, Charles Beard...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 19 September 1913

i I Announcement I am glad to announce to the public that I have added to the line of goods here- tofore carried by me a large, well se- lected and beautiful line of Ladies Ready to Wear Goods and Piece Dress Goods I have already received large invoices of these goods and am showing suits, coats, dresses, skirts and all the latest fabrics in piece dress goods. The ma- terials, the styles, the finish and the values of these goods will make them attractive to all. My stock in all lines carried heretofore is complete, and I invite your inspection. Am now showing splendid values in boys school pants and girls school dresses. My stock of Shoes is larger than ever before. Can fit any foot and save any purchaser money. .BERSHANSKY HOMY 6B0TB SIGMl PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Signal Pub. Co. Publishers J. H. Lowry Editor Mr. Chester H. Terrell formally announced his candidacy for gov- ernor last Saturday, but Mr. W. P. Lane had formerly announced his candidacy last winter. Really, if they habeas...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 19 September 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 Grove, Texas PHONES: Office 66; S. L. Erwin 66-2; I. B. Erwin 66-3 H01T MITE SIGNAL RAILWAY TIME TABLES TEXAS & PACIFIC West Bound East ??1und No. 35— 8:47 a. m. No. §4—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. ™ Train Leaves 00 p* ™ Train Arrives ™ Train Arrives °-io D- 111 Mr. R. Eastland will leave Sunday for St. Louis and Chicago to purchase his stock of holiday goods. Don't worry about getting bad laundry work; instead send with Early Willson next time and b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 19 September 1913

nr M & M w Insure With he Guarantee 'Life uraracs Company HOUSTON, TEXSS Insurance Now in Force, over TWENTY MILLION DOLLARS Applications received for insurance since January 1, 1913, over EIGHT MILLION DOLLARS Insurance issued since January 1, 1913, over SIX MILLION DOLLARS Assets are over ONE MILLION DOLLARS This Company, since commencing business in September 1906, has paid out five an- nual dividends to the stockholders, amounting to fourty-four per cent interest on the capi- tal stock. This Company has grown up during the past seven years in the midst of competing companies, many of which had a large surplus to spend in securing business. While there are other good life insurance companies in this state, a number of them started with a large surplus fund contributed by the stock holders. THE GUARANTEE LIFE INSU- RANCE COMPANY started with a paid up Capital Stock of $100,000 and a very small surplus of $25,000, and by work, close attention to business and economy, has built ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 19 September 1913

The , Telephone Road to Every Market Are you op on current dairy prices during the scarce season? The farmer with a BeM Telephone is "wise" and he sells at the market's height. Why not share your telephone- con- nected neighbors ad- vantages. Apply to our nearest manager for information, or write THE SOUTHWESTERN TELEGRAPH and TELEPHONE (0. DALLAS. TEXAS. H0NE7 GROTS SIGNAL •}• «$o * LOCAL AND PERSONAL * «$• ❖ £ •§• •§* •£* •£ ♦§♦ Phone Early Willson to get your next bundle of laundry. Miss Catherine McKinney left Tuesday for Denton to enter the College of Industrial Arts. The Corner Drug Store carries all school supplies, except text books, and solicits your trade in this line. We will be glad to fix up your flues, cut-offs, etc. Don't wait for cold weather.—W. J. Lange. Phone 346. Miss Wince Dowlen, of Petty, has accepted a position as book- keeper in the office of the Honey Grove Cotton Oil Company. Floor stains in abundance at our store. They make old floors look new, at reasona...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 19 September 1913

3gg In o ' s xT our Tailo FALL OPENING. SEPTEMBER 26TH AND 27TH 9 J. E. THOMSON All kinds of Real Estate for sale or exchange. Ranches, City, Business and Residence Property. Farms, If you are in the market for a home or investment it will pay you to figure with me. If you have Real Estate for sale or exchange, I will be glad to serve you. Have some good black land farms at reasonable prices; also a fine list of oth- er property, :: :: :: • :: :: :: HONEY GRO¥E, TEXJLS GOOD ROADS DAYS NOVEMBER 5 AND 6 State Citizenry Asked to Put in These Days. At the banquet given in Dallas Tuesday night by the Dallas Au- tomobile Club in honor of E. L. Ferguson, who is logging an all southern route, Governor Col- quitt named November 5 and 6 as good roads days in Texas, when all the citizens of the state are asked to lay aside their usual business affairs and put in the time on the public highways. In addition to asking that others work the roads the governor stated that he would don his overalls ...

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