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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 31 October 1913

HONEY GROVE VOLUME 23. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, October 31, !9I3. No. 39 _ r. mpaei if Removable all metal Flour Bin 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 Molding board of proper size Full sliding table top—nickle plated- 3)eep divided cutlery drawer- Extra long linen drawer Rack for towels, etc.* Sanitary wire slicing shelf* Big roomy utensil cuj jRack for rolling pin Metal Bread and cake < Sanitary Ee.gs of proper £iea; Copper ferrule leg !jindmg * BaB bearing casters-*^ See Our New Disappearing Front McDOUGALL CABINET One of the most practical and convenient Kitchen Cabinets ever] made—the very latest production. . . . We want to show you our handsome line of Dining Room Furniture such as Extension Tables, Sideboards, beautiful Buffets and China Cabinets. Everything in Din...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 31 October 1913

We Are in J3uaness For Your Hearai We expect to contribute to your health by selling you the purest, freshest and best drugs, and by filling your pre- scriptions accurately. Pure, fresh drugs, and accurate compounding are the great highways to health. We have two graduates in Pharmacy on hand all the time to look after your drug wants. The Corner Drug Store Griffith & Wilson, Proprietors WHEN YOU'VE GOT A COLD. When a feller's got a cold The old world wears a sable frill Even tho' crimson and gold 'Deck the valley and the hill. He is hungry but can't eat, Thirsty, but the water's bum; Nothing's nice, nothing's neat— Can't do nothin' but look glum. Trousers pain him at the hip, Collar fits a heap too tight, Fever bumps smart on his lip; Pity the poor devil's plight. Sees the doctor 'bout his ills Hoping he will say "take wine," Gets a dose of blue mass pills, Also tablets of quinine. Autumn's splendors, autumn's sun Are but foul and dingy mould For there ain't a bit of fun When a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 31 October 1913

-51 ,-iw We Are Making Some fty Special Prices on All Clothing and Overcoats The Tariff Has Been Trijen Off. See Us for Bargains. You Can Buy Them Cheap Wilkins, Wood & Patteson 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 have careful attention. DIRECTORS:] W. D. WILKINS, B. O. WALCOTT, A. GALBRAITH, T. W. TROUT, D. E. TAYLOR, G. W. McCLEARY JNO. A. PIERCE UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY For Postal Savings Funds rOfilCAST I SAFER THAN CALOMEL. Didsort's Liver Tone at Night Will Straighten You Out by Morning. Calomel May Knock You Out of a Day's Work. If you are a calomel user, next time you are tempted to buy it sk your druggist if he can abso- tely guarantee the drug not to harm yoti. He won't do it because he can't do it. But here is a perfect substitute for calomel which th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 31 October 1913

3 O F H iles O N E Y So uth GROVE I have for sale 135 acres of very fine black land, well improved and in fine state of cultivation. $100 per acre will buy this fine farm if sold within the next few days. First time on the market. :: :: HOW CELINA MADE GOOD STREETS. J. M. LOWREY BONHAM, TEXAS BOH SB07B MAI PUBLISHED EVERY FR5D0Y Signal Pub. Co. - Publishers J. H. Lowry Editor There's one thing about the Mexican election that makes us think of Fannin county. It takes about as long to hear from it as it used to take to get the returns from Nobility precinct. Another new candidate for gov- ernor is Mr. Leopold Morris, of Victoria, a member of the legis- lature. Mr. Morris is only thirty years old and makes the point that if he is elected he will be the youngest man that has held down the big chair in the execu- tive office. There is a strong probability that woman suffrage will be voted on in Texas next year, since the suffs have declared their intention of circulating peti- tions aski...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 31 October 1913

v7W'-n 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 j DR. A. H. HAMBLETON Dentist High-Class Dentistry Office Over Postoffice Honey Grove, Texas Diedrick's Velvet Ice Cream It's GeocS If you want the best Flour ae sure that you get White Crest. We have it all the time. —Mc- Gaughey & Sons. We waited until late to get our ladies' suits and coats and we have the very latest approved New York styles. See us at once. WTilkins, Wood & Patteson. Iiran B. ISxrsirixi -<& Co All Kinds of INSURANCE Real Estate, Loans and Bonds Honey Gri?o^r©9 PHONES: Office 66; S. L. Erwin 66-2; I. B. Etwin 66-3 Texas HONEY GBOTH SIGNAL RAILWAY TIME TABLES TEXAS & PACIFIC West Bound No. 35— 8:47 a. m. No. 31—11:40 a. m. No. 33-- 8:29 p. m. East Bound No. 34—9:41 a. m. No. 32—1:46 p. m. No. 36-~5:5...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 31 October 1913

ilpBfrllP! Beef,.Wine AmericanitiS Elixir VeaetableCoupcuad jt&-«a££ IMCUtTONEl IFor Calarrh- ' j bpeci j.andjron^ COO UVER OIL EMULSION BEEF, CVINS "d lR6t/ RHEUMATIC SM60Y RID NET REMEDY JteggB SPECIFIC LAXATIVE CElCRY«niff|RO« "TON TC • ^ nprtteii KROH'S ym (X#Syi ^UCU-TONE aft coo Livtn oti; EMULSION MAIRTONIC Rubbing Oil JtawiftV. WBM/ j?j££ij>r m^±± \ QlltrthTff Rexall Remedies are thoroughly tried formulas of years of actual use. We have perfect confidence in recommending their use to our trade. Every package bears this guarantee: The Rexall Store selling each preparation guarantee it to give satisfaction; if it does not, come back to the store and get your money. It belongs to you and we want you to have it. . . . We cordially invite our friends to call to see us in our new quarters. . . . Drugs and Jewelry A Lovely Face—But Ugly Hair. How often you see an other- wise lovely face spoiled by home- ly hair—a face that would be most charmingly beautiful if she only had p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 31 October 1913

:f,;v . - - >r THE FARMER'S FIRST AID IN SI 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. PftLUS^jii ^ TEXAS * LOCAL AND PERSONAL * * * Auto tops recovered and re- paired at Clark's Harness Shop. The sooner the better. Fix your fllues, cut-offs, etc. Don't wait for cold weather.—W. J. Lange. Phone 346. If you are in the market for an art square or small rugs see us. We have some bargains in this line. — Wilkins, Wood & ^atteson. ________ Mr. Webb George came in [Tuesday from Wichita Falls. He 'has been in several towns the past year, but says he has come back to Honey Grove to stay for >a time. How's This? \ We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for fay case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by {all 'a Catarrh Cure. \ F. J. CHENEY & CO.. ^oledo,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 31 October 1913

' V "J, p POWERS AGREE TO COOPERATE With U. S.—America is to Define Policy in Mexico. Washington, Oct. 29.—Secre- tary Bryan said to-day that a for- mal note had been sent to all European governments asking them to suspend formulation of a policy toward Mexico until the United States ^ad defined its at- titude. England, France and Germany, he said, had already been heard from and it was ex- pected that the other govern- - ments would follow the three great powers in awaiting the de- cision of the United States as to the next step in bringing peace in Mexico. It is expected that the United States will first make formal de- mand for the elimination of Huerta and the conduct of fair and free elections, possibly with some safeguard to systematize the election machinery. There was absolutely no comment forth- coming, however, from executive quarters as to just what will be intended by the United States, but it was generally agreed in official circles that some positive action looking tow...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 7 November 1913

HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOLUME 23. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, November 7, 1913. No. 40 Making Room for Our CHRISTMAS GOODS Your choice of any piece of Enamelware listed below for for a lew days only. 12 qt. Water Pail 4 qt. Berlin Kettle 6 qt. Lipped Sauce Pan 8 qt. Mixing- Bowl 10 qt. Rolled Top Sink Dish Pan 4 qt. Berlin Sauce Pan 8 qt. Preserving Kettle 8 qt. Pudding Pan 2| qt. Enamel Covered Coffee Pot Double Roaster See these goods in our show window. Remem- ber we sell nothing over ONE DOLLAR The 5 & 10 Cent Store MURDER MYSTERY STILL UNSOLVED Man Who Confessed to Killing Miss Brown Still In Jail. The brutal murder of Miss Florence Brown, which occurred in Dallas in July, is a deeper mystery than ever before. Meade Barr, who was confined in a pen- al institution in Indiana, made a confession some time since that he killed the girl. Last week he was brought to Dallas, and the grand jury is investigating. Barr is known as a dope fiend, and very few believe his story. He named a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 7 November 1913

"STARVING TO DEATH" Was Mrs. Bell, of Florida, When She Began Taking Peruna. "Yes, I was starving to death," said Mrs. Emma Bell, of Fort Pierce, Florida, Box 204, "when I began to take Peruna. I could not eat any- thing. If I swallowed anything it soured on my stomach. My stomach was very much swollen. My bowels acted as if I had acute dysentery. I was in great distress and pain. Three doctors had been employed, but gave me no relief. I was continually growing worse. I Was In Despair. "In my despair I caught at every straw. Picking up a newspaper I saw some account of Peruna. There was a testimonial from a woman who had been troubled much like myself. I concluded to try Peruna. /, I Wrote to Dr. Hartman. "At the same time I wrote to Dr. Hartman. He pronounced my case catarrh of the stomach and bowels. I soon began taking Peruna. At once I began to improve. After tak- ing half a bottle my stomach was so improved, that I could eat some." I Degan to Recover. Then this pood housewife g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 7 November 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 Wilkins, Wood & Patteson HB First National Bank Honey Grove, Texas CAPITAL AND SURPLUS ■ • - $230,000.00 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 DECIDE YOURSELF. THE CHEERFUL PEST. If you slap at a cat it will shrink from your sight; If you strike at a bird it will quickly take flight. If you look at a toad it will leap from your path, And even the dog is afraid of man's wrath. But there is one creature that minds not your slaps; He troubles your meals and he breaks up your na£>s. You can't insult him; ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 7 November 1913

Wednesday November 12th On the above date we will make some very spe- cial prices on the following goods. This is all new stuff and if you need anything of this kind it will pay you to visit our store on this date. Solid Gold Jewerly. We have an exceptionally fine stock of solid gold jew- elry, embracing everything usually found in a first-class jewelry store. On this date the prices, always attractive, will be reduced ma- terially. :: :: Libby Cut Glass This is a standard line and needs no comment as to its beauty from us. Our stock is very complete. :: :: Sterling Silver Umbrellas WATCHES On the above date we will sell you any ladies' or gentle- man's Umbrella in the store at a reduced price. Our stock of Umbrellas is the nicest we have ever had, and if you need one come and let us sell you. Are you in the market for a time- piece? If you are this is your op- portunity to secure one at a very low price. We have all kinds, "from the cheapest to the best. :: The famous Gorham line. ...

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

Dr. J. W. Whitley DENTIST OFFICE—Pierce-Wood Building, Front Room formerly oc- cupied by Dr. Hill All 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 «Se 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 Vaudeville pictures Happy Hour Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Williams left yesterday for Detroit to spend two weeks with relatives. A new daughter made her ap- pearance at the home of Mr. Jo Meade, two miles north of town, Wednesday morning. Our Christmas goods have ar- rived and we will have them on display about November 15th. Come and see them.—The 5 and 10 Cent Store. Mrs. R. J. Thomas and Miss Ted Leeper will leave Monday for Corpus Christi to attend th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 7 November 1913

If You Are Interested in Watches This Ad is for You If You Own a Good Watch Ytm Can Afford to Pass It by But Not Otherwise Because if you intend buying it's important that you buy RIGHT You haven't very many makes to choose be- tween. There are just a few really high grade Watches made. Among them are those we are waiting to show you, waiting to point out their points of suyeriority, waiting to make you their friend. The cost will be $9.75 Up J. C. Brannon The Jeweler FOUR THINGS. Four things a man must learn to do, If he would make his record true: To think without confusion clearly; To love his fellow-men sincerely; To act from honest motives purely; To trust in God and Heaven securely. —Henry Van Dyke. A SURE REMEDY*FOR LAZY LIVER Go to the Honey Grove Pharmacy lor This Safe, Reliable Remedy and Get Your Money Back If It Fails. There are very few remedies that gain the confidence of drug- gists as Dodson's Liver Tone does. The Honey Grove Phar- macy sells it and backs up the sale...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 7 November 1913

THE FARMER'S FIRST AID IN SlfcKNESS. WHEN there is sickness or an accident on the farm, haste in calling the doc- tor is vital. Life may rest on 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 TEXAS HONEY IQVE ML * * LOCAL AND PERSONAL * ❖ ❖ Mrs. George Baker and daugh- ter, Miss Mary, returned Tues- day from Marlin, where they spent a few weeks.. See our $5 Granite Art Square. It wears like "iron" and is the cheapest floor covering you can buy.—Wilkins, Wood & Patteson. Mr. D. L. Edwards, of San Marcos, who was here last week visiting his sister, Mrs. M. A. ^Taylor, his home Friday. Mr. Edw&^s was engaged in Merchandising at Bonham many irs ago, but is now proprietor large store at San Marcos. Deafness Cannot Be Cured t>cal applications, as they cannot reach the ased portion of thee" The -e is only one ^o cure deafness, ana that is by constitu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 7 November 1913

Prepare For Fall, .Boys ! FALL IS HERE and a* visit to our store will prove how well we are prepared for it, and a glance over our stock will show you where YOU can PRE- PARE for it without any great outlay on your part. We have an excellent line of Clothing for the Boys. Bring them in and have them fitted. Williamson-Spelce Co Munsing Union Suits for Men Look Out! The Law Will Get You. The Comanche Chief relates that a young man living in the northern part of Hood county was selected by the employes of a gin at which he worked*1 to bring them some whisky from a wet district for~the use of the crew. He delivered the goods, was arrested, tried and convicted on a plea of guilty and sentenced to the penitentiary for a year, bat obtained a suspension of sen- tence for reason of the fact that he was an exemplary, lawabiding man and it was his first offense. The Temple Telegram quotes the incident as a warning to others, connected with the advice that it would be well to consult a law- ye...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 14 November 1913

n HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOLUME 23. Honey Grove, Texas. Friday, November 14. (913. No. 41 [EN SHOULD MARRY AT 23 ily Proviso is that They Earn $60 Per Month, Says Educator Austin, Tex., Nov. 6.—The ideal age for marriage is 23 for the man and 20 for the woman. The man and woman can mar- ry on an income of $60 per month if they live simply and sensibly. It is no disgrace to let the girl foot the bill if she has the money and thejnan has not. A man should not wait long after he has passed the ideal age—23 years—and never until after the age of 26, if he can possibly marry before that time. The simple life, where the man works daily to provide funds for running the household and where the wife assists by doing the housework, is the ideal life for young married couples. These things and many others were told to a crowd of 600 men students of the University of Texas by Dr. W. S. Hall of Northwestern University in a lecture yesterday at 12 o'clock. Dr. Hall was brought to the University to a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 14 November 1913

If You Are Interested in Watches This Ad is for You If You Own a Good Watch You Can Afford to Pass It by But Not Otherwise Because if you intend buying it's important that you buy RIGHT You haven't very many makes to choose be- tween. There are just a few really high grade Watches made. Among them are those we are waiting to show you, waiting to point out their points of suyeriority, waiting to make you their friend. The cost will be $9.75 Up J. C. Brannon The Jeweler HONEY GBOTB HAL PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Signal Pub. Co. Publishers J. H. Lowry - - Editor Governor Sulzer's picture is in the papers again and we note that he hasn't yet combed his hair. Ex-Governor M. R. Patterson, of Tennessee, is now making prohibition speeches in Tennes- see and is receiving the unstinted applause of his old political ene- mies. Patterson tried for a long time to drink up all the whisky, but failed, and now is trying to down John Barleycorn in a way that promises better results. The income tax is th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 14 November 1913

A sallow or yellowish complexion is a symp- tom of a Torpid Liver, and a Torpid Liver i3 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 Liver Medicine and Bowel Regulator of Great Power 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. sallowness, bad breath, indigestion, dizziness and general languor or tired feeling soon disappear and are replaced by a fins feeling of exhilaration, or strength, energy and cheerfulness. Price 50c per Bottle. JAMES F. BALLARD PROPRIETOR Your Hair May Be Your Fortune. Stephen* Eye Salve la a mute and speedy remedy for Sore Eye*. HSot-q And RlCOWMINOtp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 14 November 1913

We are going to give absolutely free with each Boy's Suit purchased from SN AIRSHIP With Each Suit of Boys' Clothing We are going to give absolutely free with each Boy's Suit purchased from us within the next month an Airship. These may be seen in our show win- dow. Bring the boys in and have them fitted in a nice Norfolk style. We also have the plain styles. • • • • Williamson-Spelce Company, Everything to Eat and Wear See Window Display Honey Grove, Texas HOMY GROYE SIGNAL PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Signal Pub. Co. - Publishers J. H. Lowry Editor 0, the poor people who have to pay an income tax! For these our heart beats in deepest sym- pathy every day and our tears fall as steadily as the autumn leaves. Gladly would we relieve them of the tax, and the income upon which the tax must be paid. Not long ago a possum was found in Paris wandering around the streets. A little later on a possum was found in the court house at Clarksville. The reason these possums were not baked to a rich bro...

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