Honey Grove Signal-Citizen (Honey Grove, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 38, Ed. 1 Friday, October 25, 1929 Page: 5 of 10
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HONEY GROVE SIGNAL-CITIZEN, October 25, 1929
HONEY GROVE ICE CO. |
Manufacturers of a
Home Product from Home Raw Materials
Democratic In Its Intentions
Free From Monopolies, Trusts or
A HOME INSTITUTION
Established 1886 Still Growing 1929
John Dannenbauer, Mgr.
Farmers Are Buying
Because they are convinced they can raise their crops at
about one-half the expense which it has been costing them
The last few years have proven that, land which is broken
"early and deep makes better crops. FARMALL owners are
taking advantage of this condition right now. With the
ground hard like it is now, it is impossible to do a real first
class job of breaking land if you use mules, but with a
FARMALL the job is easy. You can work from daylight
to dark if you want to, and you will not be “fagged out,”
neither will the FARMALL.
We have received a carload' of FARMALLS. Let us show
you how they work. Good terms.
Smith & Johnstone
FRIENDS NOTICE BIG
CHANGE IN CONWAY
Gains Eight Pounds on Orgatone
and Feels Fine Now.
Walter Conway, a well known
farmer residing on Rural Route
5, Denison, Texas, made the fol-
lowing remarkable statement re-
garding his experience with Or-
gatone, while in the drug store
for more of the medicine.
“Most everybody I meet is
telling me how much better I
am looking and no wonder, for I
have gained over eight pounds
in actual weight since taking Now
only two bottles of Orgatone. Purina
* SAMFRYARGRAPHS. *
From the Clarksville Times:
A bootlegger told the judge
over in Hope, Ark., this week
that he thought he ought to get
a “splendid” sentence because
he made only good stuff and his
customers were all prominent
business men and church folks.
Over in Shreveport laundries
reduced prices approximately
twenty-five per cent last week,
but the barbers will likely raise
the price of shaves and hair-cuts
to take up the slack.
A girl told Homer M. Price,
editor of the Marshall Morning
News, that a certain newspaper
published a picture of a prom-
inent man who strongly resem-
bled the Marshall editor. The
paper published pictures of
Ramsay MacDonald and Albert
Fall, and Editor Price decided it
was Ramsay MacDonald he
There ought to be a law re-
quiring every automobile driver
to look where he is going or go
where he is looking.
The editor of the Mt. Pleasant
Times has received his new gal-
luses from the mail order house
and now he is ready for cold
weather to come.
Lady who always says “my”
car referred to it the other day
as “our” car and we have a
sneakin’ idea the thing needs a
new set of tires or something.
So many people have flunked
trying to keep up with the
Jonses we sometimes think this
country would have been better
off if the Jonses
somewhere else in the first
All you could hear this time
last year was a lot of religious
arguments over Hoover and
Smith, but it didn’t take most
of them long after the election
to forget all about their strenu-
ous religious views.
At Live and Let-Live Prices For Everyone
You will find at our store a complete stock of fresh and
staple groceries, standard brands, with prices that compare
with other stores. Bring or phone your orders and let us
serve you. We deliver right now.
W. D. SCOTT GROCERY
49 5SST 44
is the time to feed
feeds. It pays.—The
For six years I have been in a West Side Grocery Company,
run-down condition due to kid
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* IN THE LONG AGO. *
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❖ In Honey Grove and Texas State. *
[The items printed below were re-
written or copied from items printed
in the Signal.]
TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO.
(From Signal of October 21, 1904.)
Miss Bess Walcott and Mr. Joseph
S. Kendall were married at the home
of the bride’s parents here Wednes-
Buck Garrison and Mrs. Bettie
Nicholson were married last Sunday
at the home of the bride’s father.
J. L. Dobyns, who lived south of
town, died Wednesday morning.
TWENTY YEARS AGO.
From Signal of October 22, 1909.)
Cotton receipts for the season were
The Fin and Feather Club of Honey
Grove, which owned a large peach
orchard, had made a shipment of 60
dozen cans of peaches to Texas
Christian University at Waco.
Mrs. A. C. Grogan died at the
home of her son, R. E. Grogan, Sat-
Eugene Erwin was severely burned
Thursday night when he lighted a
match to see how much lubricating
Uod" oil he had poured into a barrel, which
naa oc formerly contained gasoline, an ex-
The Texas Oil Company had estab-
lished an agency in Honey Grove.
Mr. and Mrs. Page Provine had
gone to Amarillo, where they expect-
ed to undergo operations in the Bed-
A real place for people who
want the biggest lunch in town
for only 10c. Also cold drinks,
candy, cigars. Various kinds of
sandwiches. A sanitary place
to eat.—Bert Wheeler. tf
The State of Texas.
County of Fannin.
To those indebted to or hold-
ing claims against the estate of
L. J. Taylor, deceased.
The undersigned having been
duly appointed administrator of
the estate of L. J. Taylor, de-
ceased, late of Fannin County,
Texas, by C. A. Wheeler, Judge
of the County Court of said
county, on the 23rd day of Sep-
tember, 1929, during a regular
term thereof, hereby notifies all
persons indebted to said estate
to come forward and make set-
tlement, and those having claims
against said estate to present
them to him within the time
prescribed by law, at his place
of business in Honey Grove,
Fannin County, Texas, where he
receives his mail.
This the second day of Octo-
ber, A. D. 1929.
Page M. Provine.
Administrator of the Estate of
L. J. Taylor, deceased. 4t
Signal-Citizen $1.50 Year in Advance.
ney disorders and constipation
and had no appetite or energy.
I fell off in weight and strength
and got so it was really difficult
for me to attend' to my duties
about the farm. I was con-
stantly having to tak^ I ^ nd
of a laxative oF purgative lor
constipation and my kidneys
caused me a lot of annoyance.
“Since starting on Orgatone
| my improvement has been re-
, markable. I weighed 138 pounds
before I began taking Orgatone
' and now I weigh 146 and am still
1 gaining. My strength and en-
ergy have returned. I eat like a
farm hand and' feel fine all the
time. Orgatone is the greatest
medicine in the world.
Genuine Orgatone may be
bought in Honey Grove at The
Took Soda for Stom-
ach for 20 Years
“For 20 years I took soda for indi-
gestion and stomach gas. Then I
tried Adlerika. One bottle brought
complete relief.”—Jno. B. Hardy.
Adlerika relieves GA'S and sour
stomach in TEN minutes! Acts on
BOTH upper and lower bowel, re-
moving poisons you never knew were
there. Don’t fool with medicine
which cleans only PART of the
bowels, but let Adlerika give stomach
and bowels a REAL cleaning and see
how good you feel.”—Clayton Drug
Auto tops built and repaired
at Clark’s Harness Shop.
Church of Christ.
Corner West Market and Third Street
Bible school Sunday at 9:45 a. m.
Prayer meeting Sunday night at 7
My pecan grove on 14th
street is posted, and all tres-
passers will be prosecuted.—
i Rufus Shelton. tf
GASH! CASH! GASH!
We have a heavy stock of
Groceries, well bought, and
assure the public we can
sell them as cheap as they
can buy elsewhere. We are
going after our part of the
business and are going to
take care of you on
The West Side Grocery Co.
Plan For Your
Winter is coming on and you should be thinking about your winter’s supply of feed
for your cows. There will be but little pasturage available for them, hence it will
be necessary to have the most wholesome and nutritious feed possible for them.
Cotton Seed Hulls and Meal
have been proved by experts to be the best feed for dairy cattle and livestock obtainable,
and you can arrange now for sufficient feed to care for them during the entire winter.
Many large dairies and livestock farms use cottonseed hulls and meal exclusively, and
you can do the same at a cost less than half you might pay for other rations. You have
the cottonseed and we have the cottonseed hulls and' meal, so why not swap?
Our Exchange Proposition
Bring us 2000 pounds of cottonseed and we will give you in exchange for it
4000 pounds Cotton Seed Hulls
800 pounds Cotton Seed Meal
If you are not entirely satisfied with the results obtained from this feed, we will
pay you cash for the cottonseed and allow you to keep the meal and hulls free of charge.
The Honey Grove Cotton Oil Company
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Lowry, J. H. & Moyer, H. B. Honey Grove Signal-Citizen (Honey Grove, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 38, Ed. 1 Friday, October 25, 1929, newspaper, October 25, 1929; Honey Grove, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth647822/m1/5/: accessed June 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Honey Grove Preservation League.