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

Fall Painting Means Winter Comfort enamels STAINS Fall is the time to touch up all shabby surfaces about the home. A little money spent now for If it's a surface to be painted, enameled, stained, varnished, or finished in any way, there* san Acme Quality Kind to fit the purpose. 16.' &r PAINTS AND FINISHES will make the home brighter, more attractive and more cheerful all winter long. Get a free copy of our book on "Home Decorating." It. gives suggestions that will be of value to you. The Honey Grove Pharmacy FEEL RIGHT ALL THE TIME. Don't Let Periodical Spells of Lazy Liver Ruin Your Temper and Spoil Your Work If your liver doesn't behave right all the time—if it some- times stops working and you be- comes bilious and "headachy"— don't take calomel, but try Dod- son's Liver Tone. You are safe in taking Dod- son's Liver Tone. It's a harm- less, pleasant vegetable remedy that starts the liver without stir- ring up your whole system as calomel often does. It is especially good for...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 10 October 1913

First National Bank Honey Grove, Txas CAPITAL AND SURPLUS - - ■ S250,000.00 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. O. WALCOTT, M. A. GALBRAITH, T. W. TROUT, D. E. TAYLOR, G. W. McCLEARY JNO. A. PIERCE UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY For. Postal Savings Funds PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Signal Pub. Co. - Publishers J. H. Lowry Editor WEDDING WRITEUPS. Wedding publicity is progress- ive Nand gives promise of keeping step with the rapid strides of science and the steady steps of commercialism. In days gone by when a handsome man led a lovely lassie to Hymen's holy al- tar it was considered sufficient to paint in glowing terms the beauty of the bride's face and form and the sterling worth of the groom, provided of course that the choicest assortment of adjectives and a neat verse or two of poetry found...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 10 October 1913

Dr. J. W. Whitley DENTIST OFFICE—Pierce-Wood Building, Front Room formerly oc- cupied by Dr. Hill. All kinds of operative and Alll work done by myself mechanical dentistry. in office. Office Hours, 8 to 5. Phones: Office, 369; Residence, 209 DR. A. H. HAMBLETON Dentist High-Class Dentistry Auto tops repaired on short notice at Clark's Harness Shop. Grandma Doty,'one of the old- est residents of Honey Grove, moved to Dallas this week. Office Over Postoffice / Honey Grove, Texas Diedrlck's v Velvet Ice Cream It's Good Ivstick B. Brwin & do 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 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 d. m *&* •§« * LOCAL AND PERSONAL ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 10 October 1913

A Beautiful Sewing Machine Will Be Given Away on Opening Day Saturday, Nov. 1,1913 At 3 P. M. Ask for Free Ticket NO PRELIMINARY BOUT FOR LANE Each person calling at our store will be pre- sented with a Ticket absolutely Free. It will not be necessary for you to purchase anything to secure these tickets as they will be given to you with only one request. We want you to nominate yourself or one of your friends as a contestant for the Beautiful Piano which we 0 ■ are going to give away to the holder of the larg- est number of votes. Our $400 Piano Contest Will Start on Above Date. Gome and Meet Your Friends, i The P. M. Price Company Honey Grove, Texas WITH THE FUN MAKERS. he Wouldn't have to. "Now, Tommy," said the Sun- day school teacher, ' 'suppose you had two apples and you gave an- other boy his choice of them, you would tell him to take the largest one, wouldn't you?" "No, ma'am," said Tommy promptly. "W.hy, Tommy!" exclaimed the teacher in shocked surprise, "why not?" "Well," s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 10 October 1913

V The DOCTOR, for man or beast, is only one of those you may summon instantly by Bell Telephone A perfect means of guarding against emer gencses and overcoming loneliness Nov/ is a good time to learn how YOU can get this service. T K E Southwestern Telegraph and Telephone Co. DALLAS, - TEXAS LMrtD <.05 MR 6 Auto tops recovered and re- paired at Clark's Harness Shop. Fancy feathers for hat trim- ming 25c each at The 5 and 10 Cent Store. Miss Jennie McElwee, of Dodd City, has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Robertson. With each Widow Jones boy's suit we give a good pocket knife free.—Wilkins, Wood&Patteson. Now is the time to examine your flues, cut-offs, etc. Don't wait for cold weather.—W. J. Lange. Phone 346. ________ White Crest Flour keeps the children fat and the cook in good humor. We have it.—Mc- Gaughey & Son. Mr. E. C. Rhodes, a traveling salesman out of Chicago, spent Sunday and Monday in the city with his brother, J. J. Rhodes. If you are in the market for...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 10 October 1913

0 To The Farmers tsm A condition has developed in this section that is grave enough to com- mand the thought and best efforts of cotton growers, merchants, bank- ers and last but not least, the cotton buyers. This situation is a mat- ter of common knowledge. It relates to weather and condition of cot- ton. v Cotton growers should be appealed to refrain from undue haste in picking cotton and having it ginned and baled in its present condition. Cotton is not in condition to be picked and ginned or baled, save at eminent danger of damage to the lint. It should not be picked until it is thoroughly dry. Farmers should be urged and encouraged to wait until dry weather comes and cotton is dry. If cotton is picked and ginned before it is dry the quality of the lint will be so impaired that material losses must surely ensue. The gin saws will injure the quality of the staple, the bale will be soggy ancf prices will be affected, not only on this quality, but on the better grades to come. Much...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 17 October 1913

HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. No. 37 VOLUME 23. Honey Grove, Texas. Friday, October 17, 1913. ©ft Everyone knows the APPEARANCE is a most IMPORTANT factor in every day life. Your clothes introduce and represent you wherever you go, and are the most intensely individual thing about you; therefore your personality demands that you make the best appearance possible. It is impossible to find a better make of clothing anywhere than the famous HART SCHAFFNER & MARX line. . \ Come and get your size while the stock is complete. Williamson-Spelce Go Munsing Union Suits for Men I\ OLD MEXICO. Matters in Mexico grow worse as the days go by. Huerta, who has been playing the. role of pro- visional president since he turned traitor to Madero and had his former chief assassinated, pro- , claimed himself dictator a few lays ago. Because the Mexican congress would not sanction his ^gh handed methods he threw 25 congressmen in jail and de- lared their places vacant. This btion, it is believed, will hasten ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 17 October 1913

WHENEVER Y01 NEED A GENERAL TONIC ■ TAKE GROVE'S The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is Equally Valuable as a General Tonic because it Acts on the Liver, Drives Out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up the Whole System, For Grown People and Children, You know what you are taking when you take Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic as the formula is printed on every label showing that it contains the well known tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. It is as strong as the strongest bitter tonic and is in Tasteless Form. It has no equal for Malaria, Chills and Fever, Weakness, general debility and loss of appetite. Gives life and vigor to Nursing Mothers and Pale, Sickly Children. Removes Biliousness without purging. Relieves nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses the liver to action and purifies the blood. A True Tonic and Sure Appetizer. A Complete Strengthener. No family should be without it. Guaranteed by your Druggist. We mean it. 50c. E08B! GROVE SIGNAL PUBLISHED EVER...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 17 October 1913

Economy in Painting Your House does not mean buying the paint sold at the lowest price per gallon. It means getting the paint that covers the most surface per gallon and gives the greatest number of years of service —in other words, the best value for your dollar. ACME QUALITY HOUSE PAINT costs less because it takes less and lasts longer. Let us show you pleasing color combinations, estimate quantity needed, or be of any other service we can, whether you buy or not. Come in and get an Acme Quality Painting Guide Book and some color suggestions. The Honey Grove Pharmacy NO PRELIMINARY PRIMARY FOR LANE Says It's a Scheme Polititians to De- feat Him. of granddaughter of Siamese Twins Teaches in Sulphur, Okla. 1811, at Bagsesau, Siam, Ie born the Siamese Twins, ^sixty-three years they were ^wonder of the world, and Fere exhibited in many parts of ie country, especially in Amer- and Europe. One was called Eng ("right") F^nd the other Chang ("left") and pronounced Shang. They went by the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 17 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 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 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. 33r~ 8:29 p. m. No. 36—5:59 p. m. SANTA FE Train Leaves.... 8:00 a. m Train Leaves C 4 00 p. m Train Arrives .....12:20 p. m Train Arrives 8:15 d. no X Bring your chickens, butter and eggs to Willson's Grocery for prices. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. McCleary have gone to Sherman, where Mr. McCleary has accepted a po- sition in a bank. •J. ♦ * LO...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 17 October 1913

.3**- / -Vvl yi! GIVES MIDNIGHT ALARM Farmer Stout was awakened from a sound sleep by the ringing of hit telephone bell. The barn of his neighbor, three miles down the turnpike, had been broken into vid a driving horse stolen. The horse- thieves were headed toward the Stout farm. Calling his hands he armed his forces, lined them upon the turnpike, cap* tured the thieves and held them until the arrival of the Sheriff. THE SOUTHWESTERN TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE CO. DALLAS. TEXAS *<7 •£« ♦£« «£« «£« •£• «£• 4* «i * LOCAL AND PERSONAL + + + A fine selection of saddles at Clark's Harness Shop. With each Widow Jones boy's suit we give a good pocket knife free. —Wilkins, Wood & Patteson. Now is the time to examine your flues, cut-offs, etc. Don't wait for cold weather.—W. J. Lange. Phone 346. __ White Crest Flour keeps the children fat and the cook in good humor. We have it.—Mc- Gaughey & Son. ■Mrs. N. P. Doak, of Clarks- ville, has been here this week visiting her mother, Mrs. Re...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 17 October 1913

A CLERGYMAN'S STORY Came Near Losing His Life-How He Escaped The following letter was re- ceived by The Peruna Co., from Kev. G. W. Rob- erts, R. R. 2, Box 27, Hartsell, Ala- bama, under date of April 2, 1904, which is exactly nine years ago. He says: "I take pleasure ^in in- forming you of what your Pe- runa has done REV. G. W. ROBERTS, for me after R. R. 2, Box 27, three years of Hartsell, Ala. suffering. I had tried the treatments of several doctors, also home rem- edies, but they failed and all hope had gone. My friends, like myself, thought I was in the last stages of consumption. "My daughter brought me a bottle of Peruna and plead with me to try it. I had got so weak I had lost my voice, and I thought it no usey That was in May, 1902. I began to take it, according to directions. I wrote to you, and you gave me your kind advice. <*"I soon felt better, my cough began to give way, and the expectoration lessened. I have taken fourteen bot- tles. I feel well, eat hearty, sleep ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 24 October 1913

HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOLUME 23 Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, October 24. 1913. V No. 38 ■mwranMiiiMiiiiHiii' i 'in mi iiiimii Removable all metal Flour China closet of ample size Extra shelf in china closet Rippled glass doors^ Glass Sugar Bin—it's removable McDougall daily reminder Large roomy work cupboard Rack for extract bottles, etc. Glass cereal and spice jars Rack for spice jars -A Molding board of proper slzfe Full sliding table top—nickle plated Deep divided cutlery drawer Extra long linen drawer Rack for towels, etc.-^ Sanitary wire sliding shelf- Big roomy utensil cupboard Rack for rolling pin Metal bread and cake drawer Sanitary legs of propter height Copper ferrule leg bindings Ball bearing caster; $66 Our New Disappearing Front McDOUGALL CABINET One of the most practical and convenient Kitchen Cabinets ever J made—the very latest production. . . . We want to show you our handsome line of Dining Room Furniture such as Extension Tables, Sideboards, beautiful B«jets and Chin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 24 October 1913

One Week Only, Commencing Monday, Oct. 27 Underwood Lot, East Market UNDER CANVAS The Supreme Favorites Chase-Lister Co 1000 SEATS Parquet Seats 25c Chairs Extra 10c Change of Pla^ and Vaudeville Nightly PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Signal Pub. Co. - Publishers J. H. Lowry Editor The Signal implores Fannin county men who visit the Dallas fair to remember that they live in the temperate zone. Please don't disgrace your zone. Some of these days it will again be popular for every man to own a well-stocked smokehouse. —Pittsburg Gazette. It is popular now to own a well-stocked smokehouse. If you don't believe it just take note of how many friends call on a fam- ily whose smokehouse is well stocked. William Sulzer, governor of New York, passes from the scenes of political activity in dis- grace, and henceforth his name will be spoken only in a hiss or to point out the awful plight into which dishonesty and corruption drive the prominent. Sulzer was in congress for many years, then he was elect...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 24 October 1913

First National Bank Honey Grove, Texas CAPITAL AND SURPLUS • - - $230,000.00 Shareholders Additional Liability • $123,000.00 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. O. WALCOTT, M. A. GALBRAITH, T. W. TROUT, D. E. TAYLOR, G. W. McCLEARY JNO. A. PIERCE UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY For Postal Savings Funds Human Sympathy. The sickening story of the burning of the ill-fated Volturno has been told. Two points are emphasized in the recital. The first is the carelessness of man, which caused the fire. The second, the great bond of human sympathy, which makes the whole world kin. As a floating furnace of flame, a bursting mine of explosives, a prison of fire in which men and women were alike burned, the Volturno will be recorded in history of the seas as the arena of spectacular tragedy. When the call for help was sent into space to find a respon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 24 October 1913

IIIMIIIIIIIIIItttlll We can supply your drug wants in the most efficient manner. Courteous treatment and prompt deliveries our specialty Honey Grove Pharmacy PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Signal Pub. Co. - Publishers J. H. Lowry Editor A New York woman is suing a neighbor woman for $100,000 for alienating her husband's af- fections. Women place a higher valuation upon husbands in New York than in Texas; the Texas woman kills her husband and gets nothing for him except a few thousand dollars life insurance. Sixteen thousand rabbits have been slain in Hale county since last June, the county paying a bounty of three cents for rabbit scalps. Time was when Bonham could have shown bigger rabbit receipts than Hale county, but the big rises in Bois d'Arc this year played the wild with the robbeken crop. It is said that Hon. Tom Camp- bell, while on his way to Wash- ington last Thursday, assured several friends that he would be in the race for United- States senator. The Signal told you so two mont...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 24 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 Ice Cream It's Good Ivan B. Erwin & Co i All Kinds of INSURANCE r/ 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 d. m * * * LOCAL AND PERSONAL * ■* * Fresh fish Diedrick's. and oysters at Auto tops repaired on short .notice at Clark's Harness Shop. You will find the best assorted !in$*...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 24 October 1913

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 DON'T MISTAKE THE CAUSE. Many Honey Grove People Have Kid- ney Trouble and do not Know It. Do you have backache? Are you tired and worn out? Feel dizzy, nervous, depressed? Are the kidney secretions ir- regular? Highly colored, con- tain sediments? Likely your kidneys are at fault. Weak kidneys give warnings of distress. Heed the warning; don't delay—use a tested kidney remedy. Head this Paris testimony. Mrs. J. C. Copeland, 210 Travis street, Paris, Texas, says: "Aft- er an attack of pneumonia my kidneys were weakened and as a result I suffered from kidney trouble. I had severe pains in my back and hips and was annoyed by the kidney secretions. The least excitement made me ner- vous. A neighbor advised m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 24 October 1913

THE FARMER'S FIRST AID IN SICKNESS. WHEN there is sickness or an accident on the farm, haste in calling the doc- tor is vital. Life may reston minutes— Dont wait until sickness occurs, and THEN wish you had a telephone. Order it NOW from our nearest manager, or write. THE SOUTHWESTERN TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE CO, DALLAS. &'XT£D <£? HONEY GROYE SIGNAL «§• •£• «£« «£« •£« «£• «|* * LOCAL AND PERSONAL * •J* «| «|* •£* •£• •£«•§••§• «£• J« Auto tops recovered and re- paired at Clark's Harness Shop. Oyster crackers in 5c and 10c packages at Willson's Grocery. South Sixth Street. Mrs. Dudley Scott has returned from a visit with her sister, Mrs. N. A. Sharp, at Celeste. We will be glad to fix up your fllues, cut-offs, etc. Don't wait for cold weather. — W. J. Lange. r hone 346. Miss Franklyn Wood left Tues- Jay for a month's visit with jriends at San Antonio, Waco ]nd Austin. How's This? offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by il's Catarrh Cure. F...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 24 October 1913

We Are Making Some Very Special Prices on All Clothing and Overcoats The Tariff Has Been Taken Off. See Us for Bargains. You Can Buy Them Cheap Patteson ml w, DRUGGIST MONEY BACK. She Was a Man. H o m e b S e e k e r s x c u r s i o n :/V ' TO West T e x a s THE WILL ON November 3 Sell Round Trip Tickets To Son Angelo Limited until November 8 for Final Return STOPOVERS ALLOWED AT BROWNWOOD AND ALL POINTS WEST THEREOF From Honey Grove - $7.00 Ladonia - - - - 6.75 Pecan Gap - - - - 6.90 For further details ask M. S. ROWEN, Agent, Honey Grove, Texas CHICHESTER S PILLS TJIE MAMONtt BRAM . A I<|> >nr v 1 41J !Lndie& • Ask your Wrugirist for i Chi-chv s-ter's Diamond Brand,' 1*11*8 in Red and Gold metallic boxes, sealed with Blue Ribbon. Take no other. Buy of your ^ l>ru|wrist. Ask for CIII-CIIE8-TER ^ P1AMON1) BRAND PILLS, for 25 years known as Best, Safest, Always Reliable SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE Let Pecans and Pecan Trees Alone. As pecan season is here again the at...

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