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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 26 September 1913

HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOLUME 23 Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, Sept. 26, 1913. No. 34 it M Mrs. Marie Lawrence cordially invites you to visit her Millinery Parlors on Saturday and Monday, September 27 and 29 to the showing of the most advanced styles in Hats, Veils, etc She has the newest things— Velours, Plushes and Oriental Designs worn so much now. Be sure to visit her on these dates and get a hat to match your suit. OUR GREAT SOUTHWEST JSetStling near the eastern foot-hills Af the barrier Rockies is Colorado's Mile-ftigh capitol, "The Queen City of tfee Plains." Denver has a population of 213,381 and claims more wealth than any other city of its size in the world. It; is indeed a beautiful city with an ex- cellent location. The climate is ideal, the atmosphere being clear, cool and bracing, and it is said they have 320 days of sunshine during the year. It has miles of clean asphalt streets, with well kept lawns. There are few, or no wooden buildings within the city limits, the city c...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 26 September 1913

- MU////// A Profitable Investment Houses nc vired for electric service are not in the "all modern improvements"ckss, T en ant? taboo them as being incon* anient, uneconomical and unfashionable. Landlords find ^hei>. nard t^ rent, di*5cult to sell and expensive insure. Your friends and neighbors who own, buy, sell or rent houses, will substantiate these facts. Eliminate these drawbacks by having yr^r houses wired. We do the work at moderate cost and on easy terms. E. G. McKinney Hardware Company Wm SHOVE SIGNAL PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Signal Pub. Co. Publishers J. H. LOWRY Editor It is our candid opinion that the slit in woman's dress hasn't done as much harm as the pistol- pocket in man's trousers. This being true, we are willing to drop the clothes subject if the women are. The cotton plant has been at- tacked by every known enemy this year, from web worm to black rust, and one cotton grow- er, who is suffering from a bad case of disgust, gives it as his opinion that his cotton ...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 26 September 1913

1- /?/> Paint Your Own Carriage ou can do it yourself and at little expense. It's easy to give it a beautiful, hard, brilliant, varnish-gloss finish in black or rich appropriate colors. ACME QUALITY CARRIAGE PAINT (Neal's) i is made especially to give to buggies, carriages and vehicles of all kinds, a tough, durable, glossy finish that will look well and wear well. An ideal finish for settees, flower stands, porch furni- ture, garden tools and all surfaces that must withstand exposure and hard usage. Ready to brush on and the label tells how. The Honey Grove Pharmacy enamels Geese and Duck Law. A few weeks since the new jderal la-w prohibiting the shoot- of geese and ducks was pub- ledand it threw consternation the ranks of the shooters, wording to the reading of this no man may shoot a goose or [k anywhere or at any time, lothing showing any waiver Ippen seasons is in the enact- The county clerk of Fan- "county took the matter up ith the federal authorities last bek and was advi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 26 September 1913

I will sell every Suit or Over- coat on September 26 and 27 at $2.50 Profit Remember, 2 days bargain only Blaine Guthrie West Side Tailor HOMY SBOYB SIGNAL PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Signal Pub. Co. - Publishers J. H. Lowry Editor The Oklahomans will get an- other chance to bet on horse races at their state fair this fall. The legislature passed an anti- gambling law, but Oklahoma has the referendum, and the referen- dum has been inyoked to hold up the law until after the state fair. The big turnip crop coming on ought to be glory enough for one year, but the report has just reached us that the 'possum crop is also fine. With a wealth of turnip greens, yampertaters and 'possums why should any man grieve over such a trifle as a short cotton crop? In a recent clean-up meeting in BOnham a physician of the town said the ' 'mosquito and the tin can go hand in hand" in Bon- ham. The mosquitos grow to a fair size in Honey Grove, but we -believe we haven't any of the peSts large enough to play ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 26 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 1 DR. A. H. HAMBLETON Dentist High-Class Dentistry Office Over Postoffice Honey Grove, Texas Diedrick's Velvet Ice Cream It's Good Ivan S. Erwin S& Co All Kinds of INSURANCE Real Estate, Loans and Bonds Honey Grove, Texas PHONES: Office 66; S. L. Srwin 66-2; I. B. Erwin 66-3 Rev. Pippin Sent to Pen. Rev. W. E. Pippin, who was well known throughout the coun- ty, plead guilty to a charge of passing worthless checks at Ben- ton ville, Ark., Saturday, and was sentenced to a term of three years in the penitentiary. The dispatches state that the min- ister was arrested by his wife's brother, a constable, after a chase through several states. Rev. Pippin lived at Windom about two years and preached at several points. While at Win- dom he was engage...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 26 September 1913

1 WE are now ready to serve you and show you everything that is new and right in the Dry Goods line. Re- member, this is the store where at all times quality rules as well as right prices. Our stock is more complete than ever before. We are always glad to show you whether you buy or not. Service and courteous treatment is our motto. Call and see what we offer for this season's trade. • • • • No Advantage Those who go to the city to do their trad- ing have no advantage over the people who trade at this store. We have such a com- plete stock that you can find just what you want here, and at lower prices, for it is out of the question for a city store to sell goods as cheap as we do-—its expenses are much greater than ours. If you have been going to the city to trade or have been send- ing away for your goods, we urge you to give us an opportunity to prove the truth- fulness of this assertion. It will be mutu- ally advantageous if you will do so. We refund your money if goods bought he...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 26 September 1913

L THE BEST WAY TO KEEP POSTED ON market or crop con- ditions, or to secure tlie latest information of any sort is to employ Bell Tele- phone Service. It will take you a long or short journey with a sub- stantial saving of time, effort and money. RURAL TELEPHONE SERVICE is easily had at very low cost. Apply to our nearest manager or write to THE SOUTHWESTERN.*^^ TELEGRAPH • AND TELEPHONE CO. DALLAS, TEXAS A/7 HUM GROVE ran ❖ LOCAL AND PERSONAL. * ❖ *f* *5* *2* Knee pads for cotton pickers at W. T. Clark's. Mr. Homer Robertson left Tuesday for Georgetown to en- ter Southwestern University. With each Widow Jones boy's suit we give a good pocket knife free. —Wilkins, Wood & Patteson. The sooner the better. Fix your flues, cut-offs, etc. Don't wait for cold weather. — W. J. Lange. Phone 346. Fresh fish, wholesale and re- tail. Fresh oysters, raw or cooked in any style, at Fritz Messerer's. Messrs. Joe Robnett and Al- bert Richardson, Jr., expect to leave Monday for Tyler to enter bus...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 26 September 1913

Free Pressing Who's Your Tailor? Free Shining FALL OPENING, SEPTEMBER 26TH AND 27TH 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 GROVE, TEXAS Our Great Southwest. (Continued from Page 1) be, gives only a faint impression of what the Rocky Mountains really are. To see them at their best you must travel over their lofty summits and through their rugged, beautifully grand, awe-inspiring and ever to be re- membered canyons, Denver is the pas- sage way to this play-ground of Amer- ica; it is also the gateway to an empire, for just beyond the mountains to the south and west is found a section of country of great beauty and untold wealth. The mounta...

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

0'' HONEY GROVE SIGNAL VOLUME 23. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, October 3. 1913, No. 35 55 Xshjsjinnounces — that Kirschbaum autumn Clothes, author- itative in style and hon- est in equality, are ready. jjms* that you will read some very interesting facts about them in a two-page advertisement inithis weeks Saturday Evening Post., — that the Gothes1 themselves will more than bear out all we Say about them. A.B.Kirs cHb aum Company ^PHILADELPHIA I NEW YORK They will be snown to you by Wiikins, Wood & Patteson u vP.iCHiVvY^ COMMNY [TARTING WORK IN BIG ICE FACTORY iMr' Messeuer Will Erect 100 Ton Plant in Hor iey Grove' ie time since Mr. Fritz Messerer decided to increase the capacity of his ice plant in this city, and the carry- ing out of his plans called for thej erection of a new building and yhte purchase of new machinery ^oughout. The new building Lbe on the lot adjoining the iow in use. The order for ihinery was placed some igo, and the material for Hiding is now being placed ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 3 October 1913

wum A Profitable Investment Houses nc wired for electric service are %, not in the "all modern improvements"clr<ss, Tenant? taboo them as being inconvenient, uneconomical and unfashionabJe. Landlords find then*, 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 y<?w houses wired. We do the work at moderate cost 3M and on easy terms. Slisdi E. G. McKinney Hardware Company mm GROVE SIGM PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Signal Pub. Co. - Publishers J. H. Lowry Editor Another gracious privilege has opened unto the people of our glorious country this week. Any person who so desires may now pay his or her taxes. The great question with Texas' penitentiary system at present seems to be, ' 'is it better to beat a convict until he dies or smother him to death?" The Signal would suggest, if the con- vict must be despatched, that he be made to cross a street ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 3 October 1913

(jIjjj to) A Dainty Enameled Bedroom Don't you admire a light, dainty bedroom with immaculate linen and draperies, and with walls, furni- ture and woodwork all enameled in pure white or some delicate tint such as ivory or pale blue? You can have one—it is not expensive. ACME QUALITY ENAMEL (Neal's) gives a hard, sanitary, lustrous, genuine enamel •surface, easily kept bright and clean. It is offered in delicate tints or rich colors to harmonize with draperies and furnishings. The Honey Grove Pharmacy enamels STAINS irther Deterioration of Cotton. [n its weekly report of cotton )p conditions, the Memphis ^mmerciai - Appeal published ®e following Monday: 'Replies of correspondents of the Commercial-Appeal of aver- fage date of September 25 indi- ite a condition of the cotton pop on that date of 65.1 per int of a normal. This is a loss last month of 3.1 points. ?he heavy rains that have jently visited the western see- in of the belt were just begin- ning to fall at the date of this 're...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 3 October 1913

ffj Mrs. E mma Winston Teacher of Voice, Piano, Expression and Physical Culture Studio at Mrs. Charles Capell Telephone 178 HONEY GROYE SIGNAL PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Signal Pub. Co. - Publishers J. H, Lowry Editor After watching the treatment of faithful horses during a long muddy season by cruel drivers, the Signal has reached the con- clusion that if God made a single mistake in creation it was in giv- ing man dominion over the lower animals. While it seldom attempts to forecast the result of an election, the Signal confidently predicts the election of Mr. Gamboa as president of Mexico by a big ma- jority. Acting President Huerta will have the troops on hand to see that all federalists vote for Gamboa, and the insurrectionists have all decided to take no part in the contest. This gives Gam- boa a cinch in Mexico equal to a combination of the prohis and antis in Texas. Dr. J. H. Gambrell, Secretary of the Anti-Saloon League, has issued a call for a conference of prohibition Democra...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 3 October 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 fee Cream It's Good Iiran 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 ■nwMpnwinnnBi MBniiHMiiawiffnnii i iii i r* 'i'i aav i, imamim n B01Y EKOTB SIM 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 d. m 1 it* sk ♦$. .$• ♦§. •§. «$♦ LOCAL AND PERSONAL * cri L esh fish and oysters at tli irick's. ^air of mules for sale.—E...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 3 October 1913

v.: 5^4 VQwtSgm? ^ 4 \\ flmvm®0,&- 1 ?JMM%P W :\§3% iWAt4^m **% mE are now ready to serve you and show you everything that is new and right in the Dry Goods line. Re- member, this is the store where at all times quality rules as well as right prices. Our stock is more complete than ever before. We are always glad to show you whether you buy or not. Service and courteous treatment is our motto. Call and see what we offer for this season's trade. :: • • • • • • • • No Advantage Those who go to the city to do their trad- ing have no advantage over the people who trade at this store. We have such a com- plete stock that you can find just what you want here, and at lower prices, for it is out of the question for a city store to sell goods as cheap as we do-—its expenses are much greater than ours. If you have been going to the city to trade or have been send- ing away for your goods, we urge you to give us an opportunity to prove the truth- fulness of this assertion. It will be mutu-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 3 October 1913

Furniture Talk m re is a new Furniture Store in town, s located in what is known as the ,ke & Fowler Building, across the street from the Planters Bank. :: :: This store will carry in stock every- thing that belongs in a good Furniture •tore and everything that's needed to rnish the home. The best grades ill be carried, and the cheaper grades tll also be in stock, but all of it will old cheap. I have very little ex- ie in conducting this store and can to sell at the very narrowest ins. I bought my stock of Furni- ;o sell, not to keep. Come and the goods, and let me price ;o you, and we will trade. • • • • P. Shirley ;ign of Terror in a Mississippi Town -ug Crazed Negroes Cause Death ot Ten People and the Wounding of Sixteen. Harriston, Miss., Sept. 28.— Frhree white men and seven ne- groes were killed and sixteen ^ers wounded, some of them during a riot that was fid here shortly after mid- I last night, and which con- until nine o'clock this ^ng. trouble was started by two 3S, W...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 3 October 1913

■Eivois jemmies m pQLO GAMES AT STATE FAIR Heavy Feeling, as If My Brain Was Pressing Down Mrs. Hill says: "'I cannot telj you how much I have suffered during the past twelve year s." Twelve years Is a long time for any one to suf- fer. A great mul- titude of women; in this country know exactly what Mrs. Hill means when she says, "H e a v y feeling, as if my brain was press- ing down. So nervous get my rest at night, M World's Most Sensational Sport to Feature Grandstand. STARTS WITH ARGUMENT MRS. EFFIE HILL. Blanchester, Clinton Co.. Ohio. I could not "Would have sinking spells and then so weak that I could not do my work." A great many women in the United States will recognize in this description their own experience. Mrs. Hill found a remedy. After taking four bottles of Peruna she Sained in strength and flesh and wrote -us that she was a well woman again. iShe says, "I cannot thank you enough for my recovery." This is no ordinary incident. Twelve years suffering. Four bottles of...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 3 October 1913

THE JOY OF HOME The entire household revolves around the Telephone. Neigh- bors. friends, market, doctor, nnd store can be reached in an instant by the home having Telephone service. ' THE RURAL TELEPHONE Provides this home necessity nnd pleasure at very low cost to people w hl> live in the country. ^ Apply to our nearest Man- ager or write to T H E Southwestern Telegraph and Telephone Co. DALLAS. - TEXAS ftttiKM >££lATtV HONEY GMOVE SIGNAL •§• •£• «£• *%* •§* * LOCAL AND PERSONAL * «$• *i* Knee pads for cotton pickers at W. T. Clark's. Fancy feathers for hat trim- ming 25c each at The 5 and 10 Cent Store. Now is the time to examine your flues, cut-offs, etc. Don't wait for cold weather.—W. J. Lange. Phone 346. Mr. J. B. Fain moved this week to the new residence erected by Mr. J. B. Cothran on West Main street. Cotton picking time is here. You will need knee pads. I have a large stock of the best ones made.—W. T. Clark. Good wagon sheets at low prices at W. T. Clark's. Fancy f...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 3 October 1913

* The Good Old Times. Many of the old-time customs fade away as the old-timers pass out of this world, but there is nothing better than the old-time religion, the old-time neighborly feeling between citizens, the old- time doctor who did the family practice and extracted the chil- dren's teeth, and last, but not least, the old-time mother, who was always on hand and never failed to respond to the cry of her baby or any of the children day or night. Times have chang- ed and most 01 the old-time cus- t >ms have been almost forgotten, but they were worth while just the same—Jackson vi lie Re- former. The old-timers were great—al most half as good as the present time—but plagued if there is any- thing particularly pleasant about the old-time method of pullin teeth. Extracting teeth is noth- ing to look forward to even now, when a fellow can take some of the gas he has been giving out to the public, but in those good old days it was eyen worse. The practice then was to secure a string...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 10 October 1913

•vui ■ i HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOLUME 23. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, October 10, 1913. No. 36 A Carload of Iron Beds Have just received a full carload of iron and brass beds. This large ship- ment includes every style of an Iron and Brass Bed We have them in every style, every size, every price. We can please you with this large stock to select from. • • • • Wess Reed JOHN THE BAPTIST IN THE WILDERNESS WHOLESALE EXECUTION. Rebel Leader Has 125 Federals Shot Laredo, Oct. 9.—General Alva- rez and his staff of the federal .jmy, together with 125 federal soldiers, were executed in Tor- reon under orders of General Francisco Villa of the constitu- tionalist forces, according to in- formation from reliable sources brought here today. With the city of Torreon the rebels cap- tured practically all of the arms and artillery of the federals. The battle lasted four days with heavy losses t<^ both sides. ie federals did not abandon son, but were tricked into a pursuit dufing which the Jstitut...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 10 October 1913

A Profitable Investment WU///A Houses nci wired for electric service are not in the "ail modern improvements"ckss, Tenants taboo them as being inconvenient, uneconomical and unfashionable. Landlords find then-. nard to rent, di£Bcult 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 yc?iM: houses wired. We do the work at moderate cost E. G. McKinney Hardware Company BONE? GROTB SIGHAL PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Signal Pub. Co. - Publishers J. H. Lowry Editor A carload of hogs, fat- tened upon molasses and cooked Irish potatoes, were marketed in Fort Worth last week. The scarcity of corn and the high price of slop are driving hog raisers to substitutes for the old- time hog fatteners. If cooked potatoes and molasses won't do the work possibly creamed as- paragus or fricasseed chicken will. and, according to the tax rolls, they had only an average of $67 at the beginning of th...

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