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

HONEY GROVE SIGNAL t- O CL cD r* ® C ,c VOLUME 23. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, December 5, (913. O O Jo. 44 g5 rH "02 cq ™ Christmas Is ComiDg We have everything in the useful line suitable for gifts for father, mother, sister, brother, son, daughter and sweetheart. These are not frivo- lous articles that please for a moment, but ar- ticles of real service that all will appreciate. :: For Ladies For Gentlemen House slippers Suit cases Pullman slippers Hand grips Mesh bags House slippers Hand bags Pullman slippers Gloves Gloves Vanity cases Tie sets Silk hose Belts and supporter sets Embroidered towels Hose and tie sets Guest towels f Silk handkerchiefs Handkerchiefs Initial handkerchiefs Initial handkerchiefs Mufflers Ladies' suit cases Ties Beauty pins Cuff Buttons Table linen Silk Hose Napkins Hart, Schaffner & Marx suits Breakfast sets Overcoats Mantillas Stetson hats Dresser scarfs Furs for children and ladies Everything suitable for Lace camoselles Christmas gifts Glean Up ...

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 — 5 December 1913

We want to make room for new lot of Buggies we have bought, and will make some SPECIAL PRICES FOR DECEMBER • • SOU GfiOVE SIGNAL PUBLISHED EVERY FRJD0Y Signal Pub. Co. - Publishers J. H. Lowry Editor A Mississippi doctor, speaking before the Southern Medical As- sociation, declared bed bugs re- sponsible for the propogation of pellagra. We don't believe it. We have slept in cheap hotels all along the route from New York to San Francisco and pellagra hasn't showed up on us yet. The supreme court of Tennes- see has held a portion of the anti-shipping law of that state unconstitutional. The court holds that the law cannot limit Ten- nesseeans to gallon shipments, but that the inhabitants of the state of Andrew Jackson and Jeems K. Polk may receive all the liquor they can pay for. A gallon is a very short allowance for a Tennessean who was raised to make at least a barrel a day and to set a kegful before visitors on all special occasions. Recently six union churches have been organized ...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 5 December 1913

First National Bank Honey Grove, Texas CAPITAL AND SURPLUS - - Shareholders Additional Liability • $230,000.00 - $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 JAMES E. FERGUSON Of Temple, Announces His Candidacy for Governor of Texas, and the Following is a Full Text of His Platform To the Democrats of Texas: In announcing myself as a can- didate for the high office of gov- ernor of Texas I am not un- mindful of the discussion which I may arouse or perhaps the crit- icism which I may bring forth. For years and years it has been quite the custom to elect our governors under a rule which we might term political succession. In other words, we have been determining a man's qualification for governo...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 5 December 1913

Jewelry An- nouncement We have quite a number of new patterns in Jewel- ry, Cut Glass, Diamonds and Silverware suitable lor nice Christmas re- membrances. Our Diamond Lavallieres are of the latest and most popular patterns, ranging in price to suit the buyer We Guarantee Each Item in This Line to be Exactly as Represented .% The quality of Jewelry de- pends to some extent on the price paid for it. We think you should have your money's worth in purchasing Jewelry. We have a comprehensive line of new goods in Watches, Clocks, Rings, Lavallieres Brooches, Pins, Chains, Umbrellas, Silverware, Kohinoor Cut Glass, this year's patterns. We ex- tend a special invitation to you to call and see our new goods. : : : Black & Little The Rexall Store BUM! 61*6 SIGNAL PUBLISHED EVERY FRJDflY Signal Pub. Co. Publishers J. ii. Lowry Editor There is a fine season in the ground and the prospects for a bumper crop next year were nev- er better. Don't take time to worry over this year's short- comin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 5 December 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. All 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 See Cream It's Good S. B^wiica All Kinds of & Co INSURANCE Real Estate Loans and Bonds Honey Grove, Texas ' PHONES: Office 66; S. L. Erwin 66-2; I. B. Erwin 66-3 HOHEY 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 8:15 a. m Train Leaves 4 00 p<m Train Arrives o'?2 m Train Arrives 8:15 D'm * local and personal + * * A 5-year-old son of Mr. Jim Carter, who lives near Bantam, died last Friday. Mr. Jack Wood, of Windom, will be with Black & Little through the holiday seas...

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

MAJESTIC DEMONSTRATION MflJE?Trc-RflM5E5-flREWfl&E-IN-flLL-5IZE?-rtN&-5TYLE!7 C9AJSST ll WOJE5TK NEVER-£URN ■ LOOKER 5TEnmEf? • ^ULLEM bER • fl MD • ID HI? HEAVY ^TfHWELVIRUN-rriflRBLEIZED UETTLE: 18 9Z-ALL ttfPPER TEfl KETTLE 14 VZ- ALL-COPPER SOFFEEPtfT HEAVY- mflRBLEIZEo-Pl/&uiri5- PAN lLnRSEMEVER-BURriVUIRE& &RIPPIN5Pflri: 2-5mflLLTIEVER* BI/RMU/IRE&-DRIPPIN5 • PflN5 2-5MflLL&RIPPflN5 CflN-flL50BE i;5E&fl5 ROT5TER lb«dl (liffffi 9 aWlf/ ryS H} ^r^®on/i£ Last week before Christmas we are going to have a Majestic Range Demonstration. With every Range we sell at that time the factory will give a set of ware worth $8.00 If you want to buy now we have made arrangements to let you have the Range now, and give you the vessels when the factory man comes. You Couldn't Make Your Wife a More Acceptable Christmas Present Than One of These E. G. McKinney Hdw. Company Helen Keller. The Dallas News in answer to questions concerning Miss Helen Keller, who has bee...

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

-All Bound Round with a Telephone Line In a Bell connected communi- ty it's not "how far is it to neighbor Perkins'?" But "Is neighbor Perkins' ring three?" The ring of a bell and you have him. In marketing, in matters of farm routine, in emergencies, the telephone adds to the farm- er's ease and profit. Are you connected with the Bell system? Ask our nearest Manager for infor mation or write to THE SOUTHWESTERN TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE 1 COMPANY DALLAS. TEXAS licra^ @ated§> A//v n HOHBY SHOVE SIGNAL «§• •$* * LOCAL AND PERSONAL * ❖ Fresh fish and oysters at Diedrick's. Good baled shucks, 12|c per bale, at the elevator. See us before you sell your but- ter, eggs and chickens.—J. A. Willson & Son. Mr. 0. B. Galbraith and fam- ily, who now reside in Bonham, spent Sunday here with relatives. One trial of Dining Car Coffee will make a regular customer of you. At J. A. Willson & Son's. Floor stains in abundance at our store. They make old floors look new, at reasonable cost. Le...

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

Special Sale on Bicycles A Bicycle will make the finest kind of CHRISTMA^PRESENT for your boy or girl. We have quite a num- ber of good ones that we want to get rid of before Christmas. E. G. McKinney Hdw. Co The still reforming Democrats will raise their terrifying cries, and the plumes upon the winter hats will poke themselves in peo- ple's eyes. The hired man will bawl for more and thicker blankets on his bed, the hiber- nating bear will snore, believing Roosevelt is dead, the suffra- gettes will whoop it up to keep their feet from getting cold, the germ within the drinking cup will perish as becomes the bold, the turning cider will defy the best of us to walk a crack, the wild duck tbjat went up the sky in pleasant ' times will whistle back, the great king winter will be here with all his consequen- tial joys, and the early shopper will appear to knock the paint off of the toys. RMCAST DECEMBER. You've a very narrow skirt, Little girl. Are you sure it doesn't hurt. Little girl? ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 12 December 1913

HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOLUME 23 Honey Grove, Texas. Friday, December 12. 1913. No. 45 , Christmas Is ComiDg We have everything in the useful line suitable for gifts for father, mother, sister, brother, son; daughter and sweetheart. These aer not frivo- lous articles that please for a moment, but ar- ticles of real service that all will appreciate. :: For Ladies For Gentlemen House slippers Suit cases Pullman slippers Hand grips Mesh bags House slippers Hand bags Pullman slippers Gloves Gloves Vanity cases Tie sets Silk l^ose Belts and supporter sets Embroidered towels Hose and tie sets Guest towels Silk handkerchiefs Handkerchiefs Initial handkerchiefs Initial handkerchiefs Mufflers Ladies' suit cases Ties Beauty pins Cuff Buttons Table linen Silk Hose, Napkins Hart, Schaffner& Marx suits Breakfast sets Overcoats Mantillas Stetson hats Dresser scarfs Furs for children and ladies Everything suitable for Lace camoselles Christmas gifts Clean Up Prices in Our Ready-to Wear and Millin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 12 December 1913

Let Uncle Sam Be Your Delivery Man "Uncle Sam" has made a great success of deliver- ing packages for us. :: The Parcel Post is a real convenience for you when drug store goods are wanted. Just 'phone or mail your order and you will receive the goods by first mail. We prepay postage on all small packages. Honey Grove Pharmacy BOM WE SIGNAL PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Signal Pub. Co. - Publishers J. H. Lowry Editor features his crimes is always an interesting figure on the stump and a very dangerous opponent at the polls. No money here to wager against an ex-bandit. The lieutenant governor and a state senator of Mississippi have been indicted upon charges of bribery. There was talk some time since of impeaching the governor of Mississippi on an- other charge, but this was dropped and it looked for a time like Mississippi would drop out of notice because her officials would do nothing worthy of court investigation. But the good old state is again in the limelight. A1 Jennings has announced ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 12 December 1913

Appropriate, Useful and Ornamental Christmas Remembrances The gift par-excellence is a piece of Cut Glass. Nothing is more durable, neither can you give anything more beautiful. Cut Glass is not only appropriate—it is useful and ornamental as well, and as a gift it will be treasured long af- ter the cheaper and more common gifts have been forgotten. We bought heavily of this fancy ware and can supply any want from a water set to a nappy. Come in and see this line and we are sure the prices we are making will cause you to buy of us. Cut Glass never before sold as cheap in Honey Grove. :: :: m This will make the heart of any woman glad. " Silverware A very complete line is ready for your in- spection. Our stock embraces knives and forks, spoons, carying sets, ladles and any- thing else in silverware—the famous Rog- ers 1847. This line is too well known to need any comment from us. Give your wife or your mother silverware and she will appreciate it to the uttermost. Chinaware Versaille...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 12 December 1913

All Goods Go at Popular Prices Chocolate and All Fancy Candies, per lb. . Dolls . . 5c Wagons . . 15c Chairs . . 15c Buggies . . 35c Pictures . . 10c Guns, Pistols . 5c Rocky Horses . 15c Dishes . . 10c Tool Chest . 25c to* $5*00 to 7.50 1.50 2.75 1.25 1.50 1.50 2.00 2.00 to to to to to to to Gee, we can't mention all of the GOOD THINGS. We have a con- tinual sale of 5c, 10c and 25c goods and nobody can excel us in a legitimate way—JOB COUN- TERS, SHOW WINDOW BAITS, COST SALES NOT EXCEPTED. COME IN AND SEE US Marked in Plain Figures Watches, Clocks, JEWELRY, Baskets, Silverware, STATUA- RY, Bibles, Popular Books, Pin Cushions, Leather Novelties, Burnt Wood Boxes, Dresser Cov- ers, Hair Ornaments, Brass Nov- elties. :: :: :: :? :• TOYS! Oh my, just Come Look at Them You can wait on yourself for they are marked in PLAIN FIGURES. In addition to our great variety of novelties, we carry Hats, Shirts, Hosiery, Underwear, Handker- chiefs, Towels, Laces, Oil Cloth, Grips, Rugs, Ties, Suspen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 12 December 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 Diedrick's Velvet Ice Cream It's Good I van 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. 33-- 8:29 p. m. No. 36—5:59 p. m. SANTA FE Train Leaves 8:15 a. m Train Leaves 4 00 p. m , Train Arrives 12:20 p. m Train Arrives 8:15 d. m Five-gallon stone jars for lard at J. A. Willson's for 40c. I loan money on good farms; if you want to borrow see me.— P. P. Gibson. *£• •£« •£• •£• «£• «£• •£« •£• «£• «£« •£• «§« •£« •£« *$• «{&l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 12 December 1913

«YlflJE5TK NEVER-BURN-LOOKER 5TEnmEtf-tULLEN&ER-flND-lM7filNER HEAVY ^TfilWECV IRUN-fYlfiRBLEIZEO SETTLE: ISOZ-flLL tOPPER TEA KETTLE • 4CZ- 7=1 LL COPPER COFFEE-POT HEflVYmflRBLEIZEDPl/Min^Pfln ILflRSEnEVER-BURNlUIREQ &RIPPIN5-Pflrt: 2 ^rxiHLL- HEV/ER BI/RN-U/I0EIV DRIPPIN5 • PfiN5 2-5MflLLbRIPPfiN5 CflNflL50BE V5Eb n5 ROSTER y 'o ^ v&BBm are going1 to have a With every Range Last week before Christmas we Majestic Range Demonstration. w o_ we sell at that time the factory will give a set of ware worth $8.00. If you want to buy now we have made arrangements to let you have the Range now, and give you the vessels when the factory man comes. You Couldn't Make Your Wife a More Acceptable Christmas Present Than One of These w. Company HELP WANTED IN HONEY GROVE And Furnished by the Help of Honey Grove People. Those who suffer with kidney backache, urinary ills or any lit- tle kidney or bladder disorder, want kidney help. Who can bet- ter advise than some Honey Grove resident...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 12 December 1913

/ i . li&lK i « ■ tp! . 'ffe ^ ^ . ' \< V w ''1 • - - • if"'" ill • ® go What Fannin County Needs. The above is a picture taken on a public road in Ellis county. With one single team the farmer is hauling four loads of seed cotton —a bale to the load—to rrtarket. This farmer, we are reliably in- formed, hauled 200 bales of cotton in this way from his farm to Ennis, a distance of six miles, mak ing two trips a day over Ellis county's macadam roads. [For the loan of the picture we are under many obligations to the McKinney Democrat-Gazette.] The Ellis county roads cost the people about $2,600 per miles. ' The people who are now en- joying these splendid roads would not now do without them even if they cost three times as much. It is said that no man living near the roads would sell his farm for less than $25 per acre above what the land was worth before the roads were built- To maintain these roads costs from $10 to $35 per mile per year, an insignificant sum«when compared to t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 12 December 1913

HAD CATARRH FIVE YEARS. '2Mk MR. S. S. JOHNSON St. Elmo, Illinois. Mr. John- son of St. Elmo, Illi- nois, was troubled five years with catarrh. The catarrh was so severe in his case: that his life| seemed t h r eatened. As he ex- p r e s s es it himself, he had "one foot in the grave." Of course he tried to get relief. Many prac- titioners were con- sulted and a catarrh Specialist in St. Louis was tried. He got so weak and thoroughly run down that he de- clares he could not walk more than a hundred yards without resting. Few people understand that catarrh is a constant drain on the system. The discharge of mucus which is going on in such cases is largely com- posed of blood serum, and is a great waste. Sooner or later it will weaken the strongest man. According to reports received from Mr. Johnson, he was in a desperate condition, but he found relief from his trouble. We will let him say how he found it. His own words say: "My friends told me to take Pe- runa, and I did so. I now fe...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 12 December 1913

7, All Bound Round with a Telephone Line In a Bell connected communi- ty it's not "how far is it to neighbor Perkins'?" But "Is neighbor Perkins' ring three?" The ring of a bell and you have him. In marketing, in matters of farm routine, in emergencies, the telephone adds to the farm- er's ease and profit. Are you connected with the Bell system? Ask our nearest Manager lor infor mation or write to THE SOUTHWESTERN , TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE COMPANY DALLAS, TEXAS A//? // ❖ LOCAL AND PERSONAL * * * Good baled shucks, 12|c per bale, at the elevator. See us before you sell your but- ter, eggs and chickens.—J. A. Willson & Son. One trial of Dining Car Coffee will make a regular customer of you. At J. A. Willson & Son's. Mrs. Guy Morgan, of Paris, has been the guest of Mrs. J. A. Un- derwood and family this week. Come and contract your tur- keys for later delivery and draw some money on them now if you need it.—L. C. Hill. Fresh fish and Diedrick's. oysters at Let us sell you a sac...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 12 December 1913

Widow Jones Schwab It's The Last Call Alfred Benjamin \ Kirschbaum Pn account of conditions over which we had no control we have too much Cloth- ing—Suits and Overcoats. If you want to buy cheap, now is the time, and we have a big stock from which to make your selection. BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS SUIT FROM US mm Special Sale on Bicycles A Bicycle will make the finest kind of CHRISTM^raESENT for your boy or girl. We have quite a num- ber of good ones that we want to get rid of before Christmas. E. 6. McKinney Hdw. Co GOV. HOGG'S SON IN GOVERNOR'S RACE Will C. Hogg's Announce- ment Expected in a Few Days A new Richmond is expected to enter the race for governor and this new Richmond is no less a somebody than Will C. Hogg, Houston, son of the former gov- ernor of this state. No less than three of the citi- zens of Texas who have been held in Houston this week and who arrived here Tuesday assert the young man declares that if Texas needs him he will respond. Young Hogg is a rare some- body. H...

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

HONEY GROVE SIGNAL VOLUME 23. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday, December 19, 1913. No. 46 Christinas Is Coming We have everything in the useful line suitable for gifts for father, mother, sister, brother, son, daughter and sweetheart. These are not frivo- lous articles that please for a moment, but ar- ticles of real service that all will appreciate. :: For Ladies For Gentlemen House slippers Suit cases Pullman slippers Hand grips Mesh bags House slippers Hand bags Pullman slippers Gloves Gloves Vanity cases Tie sets Silk hose Belts and supporter sets Embroidered towels Hose and tie sets Guest towels Silk handkerchiefs Handkerchiefs Initial handkerchiefs Initial handkerchiefs Mufflers Ladies' suit cases Ties Beauty pins Cuff Buttons Table linen Silk Hose Napkins Hart, Schaffner& Marx suits Breakfast sets Overcoats Mantillas Stetson hats Dresser scarfs Furs for children and ladies Everything suitable for Lace camoselles Christmas gifts Glean Up Prices in Onr Rnaily-tn- Wear and Milline...

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

§350 a />^5! Let Uncle Sam Be Your Delivery Man "Uncle Sam" has made a great success of deliver- ing packages for us. :: The Parcel Post is a real convenience for you when drug store goods are wanted. Just 'phone or mail your order and you will receive the goods by first mail. We prepay postage on all small packages. Honey Grove Pharmacy PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Signal Pub. Co. - Publishers J. H. Lowry Editor This is the last time we'll say it this year but—please don't forget to do your Christmas shopping early. It is reported that the state has purchased a large body of land in Red River and Bowie counties from Gus Shaw and that same will be used as a convict farm. / mm—— A very important question for every man to ask himself about this time of year is, ' 'have you paid your poll tax?" Next year is to be a year of elections. There'll be city officers to elect, precinct officers, county officers and state officers. It is also prob- able that the people will be called upon to say b...

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