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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 18 November 1910

w c ;C- *«MEUf^«f«f«£«E«E«f«E«fMEMfWf«f)«W«£«t!««l«!t A'^ft'Msii-.i-VtS'^VifiVVSyftS'S^tStVlStSiSvStStS'* \l(mMKM«<«MmuSX\>iUlHXX'mvSH)X*ytX «Uf^ <tS^tf^U(Uri«U(UMU(UM«^UC)«t«U( GEE'S PUBLIC SALE CONTINUES We Are Compelled to Raise Money ------ Our advertising efforts is the smallest feature of our success. We didnot send out Baits, nor give you "Skim Milk," but the]"Cream.' Our circulars did not give the prices to catch the eye, but our goods have met the demand. We Cut the Prices on All the Stock. We heartily thank all who have given us patronage or a chance at their business, and extend an invitation to alljto come again. We will strive to keep our stock complete in all lines and sell you good goods Cheaper. ELI GEE East Side Square, Pilot Point, Texas New Booze Law. Material Change Made in Regu- lations by New Law Now Effective. The new shipment law enacted by the third special session of the Thirty-first Legislature is now in effect and makes sweep- ing changes in the ...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 18 November 1910

MMmMMMBMMMMMMMMM * * ) ' YOUR From this week copy for change of office by Wednesday 12 o'clock} ^ *• V hour will have to go over till the n I « I V s< ' this rule because of necessity. The 4000 readers promptly on Fridays Advertisers that it should- We expi .• n* in *. t 11, * ' K not complain if you are a victim of 4 .. V<« . - ■ - , r. ** I i Cr «. ' 1 ') <- 1' ■

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 18 November 1910

) * £ ge of advertising must be in the kl * All copy received after this he next week. We are making The paper should reach our idays and it is to the interest of e expect to carry this out, so do :im of it; ') r

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 18 November 1910

School News. The opening of school after the week's rest brought about twenty new pupils. The entire school is displaying a wholes* me enthusiasm in all departments of the work. A new and most welcome inter- est has developed recently, that of music. Already there was regular singing in the lower grades, and now the high school pupils are forming them- selves into clubs and quartett9 for the purpose of developing talent in this direction. This tendency will receive the sup- port and encouragement of the teachers, for music is one of the greatest elements in our civili- zation. A class in high school arith- metic has been formed and meet at 3:20 continuing for forty minutes. The class is open for all who wish an oppor- tunity of this kind. Those who cannot spend the whole day in school might arrange to come for this lesson. The senior class in history and civics has resolved itself into an organized body for the purpose of practical experience in civio growth. The idea is somewhat ne...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 18 November 1910

I am not going out of business. I expect to sell you groceries in 1911. F. W. Hayden Entered ftt the Postofflce at Pilot Point Texas, as second-class matter. Friday, November 18,1910. A. J. Harrison was in Dallas yesterday. L. L. Bryan of Chickaaha, Okla. is in the city. 0. A. Ross of Dallas is in the oity this week. Fresh Bread at Star Grocery Store. Mrs. J. F. Edwards of Dallas was the guest of Miss Willie Mc- Gee Wednesday of last week. Rev. A. F. Hendrix will preach Sunday morning at the Presby- terian Church. R B Nail the well known opti- cian now at Gainer's 18-19-21-22. T. C. Sample of Dentcn was in the city Wednesday. ! - < i "is -• I J C< Are You Going to ^ Paint? ► A Listen! We handle the Pitkins Paste Paint—ab- solutely the best. We guarantee it equal to any in the market, and sell it 40c per gallon cheaper than any good paint can be bought. 40c per gal- lon is worth saving ain't it. Come to see us be- fore you buy. % Ragland Drug Co. ►> The Great Day Is Approach...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 18 November 1910

For the Farmer Points Favoring Barred Plymouth Rocks. Denton County, Texas. Farm and Ranch: I see a great many of us poul- try raisery are slow in giving our reasons for liking different breeds. 1 will give my reasons for preferring the Barred Ply- mouth Rock ohiokens. The bar- red Plymouth Rocks grow fast, lay well, are good setters and mothers, kind, gentle and easy to control. For meat and eggs I find no better fowls, and when it comes to picking a chicken ready to cook, the Barred Ply- mouth Rocks are the easiest of all. Pin feathers in most chick- ens are hard to pick out, but with Barred Plymouth Rocks, they are quite easy to clean. Their meat is yellow, sweet and tender, either in a young or old chicken. Today we had a three- year-old hen for dinner with dumplings and gravy. I did not have to put bacon in it to make it rich, like I have seen people do. We feed our chickens and keep them healthy and fat, ready to eat at any time of the year. I think they are a beautiful color,...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 18 November 1910

1 Jib? WTiy \\T)? \\T) Good Printing ^ Is a Persistent Influence Exerted in Your Behalf. Every bit of Printing that goes out to serve you makes some kind of an im- pression. Poor printing will leave a poor impression of its user as surely as poor would clothes, a poor store or shop or office. Good printing will leave up- on every mind an impression wholly fa- vorable of its user. , Even if but one in a thousand of these "Impressions" really tips the scales for business, for orders for you—good printing will have thus paid for itself. You can get it at this office—whether you want a little of it or a great deal. s£lVVfcaKUr&i(v HIS GOOD FORTUNE. When He Had to Work -He Started • Dainty Rolling Mill. 1 was just entering upon my thlrty- fonrth year when, owing to the failure •f .my wife's father. 1 found myself obliged lo make a living. •1 had often wondered where all the *t«"l rails cuuie from, .ami now I de- termined to go into the business of supplying tliein to railroad compani...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 18 November 1910

eie&NTIC DRT HMDS FURGHASE! The B. Lowenstein & Bros, entire wholesale stock, one of the largest wholesale stocks in the United States was thrown on the market Monday, Nov. 14th. Our buyer was right on the spot, was first tojget choice of best Bargains. Our Buyer, Hr. Steinlein's Gigantic Buy: TELEGRAM. THE POSTAL-TELEGRAPH CABLE COMPANY, OF TEXAS. St. Louis, 11-14-1910, To Sherman, Pilot Point, Whitewright, Val Al- styne, Palestine,DeKalb: I closed great purchase, involving thousands of dollars worth of Dry Goods, Cloth- ing and Shoes at about half price. Shipping today. Reach you Wednesday. Cut price on ev- erything, and can almost give this lot away. You have no competition. L. N. STEINLEIN, St. Louis, Mo. Here is a stupendous Dry Goods Offer. We want to impress upon our customers the importance of this Sale, made possible by our chain of big stores, being able to buy in great quantities. This tremendous purchase makes it possible for us to reduce our entire stock, and we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 25 November 1910

The Post-Signal. VOL XXXIII. O PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1910. NO. 13 rj.. AjiW A)T?p \JTt)p \\Tjr \J\ k HHlUK RESOLVED THAT THERE'S No U5E LOOKING Ground EVERY direction when There" lis A PLACE IN YOURCITY where. They sell tme ££?|-5ELE:CTED TH/NGS ke:e"P your fyes ' open,triends. Y all The Best STYLES ft.fbJr.Jh • ...,— - ,— \nnowNCo.CNiCAeo. WHY WA-5TE YOUR TIME LOOKING AROUND WHEN EVERYONE WILL TELL YoV THAT WE .STAND AT THE TOP OF THE LADIE-S READY MADE TRADE. WE Do NOT, HOWEVER, FEAR COMPARISON. WE ESPECIALLY INVITE YOU TO COMPARE OUR READY-MADE SUITS AND CLOAKS WITH THOSE THE TAILORS MAKE AND CHARGE YOU MUCH MORE FOR. OUR GARMENTS ARE MANUFACTURED. BUTCHERS DO NOT MAKE THEM, BUT TAILORS. BUTCH- ERS DO NOT TAILOR GARMENTS, BUT TAIL- ORS SOMETIMES BUTCHER THEM. YOU CAN TRY ON ONE OF OUR SUITS OR CLOAKS AND YOU NEED NOT TAKE IT UNLESS IT SUITS YOU OR FITS YOU. WE CAN SAVE THOSE WHO WEAR "TAILOR-MADE" CLOTHES 2 5 TO 50 PER CENT. SPECIAL NOTICE. WE KNOW THAT OUR SUI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 25 November 1910

The Home Circle Flowers For The Living. Once while assisting in the last sad rites that so often fall on us to perform here on earth, for some dear and precious loved one stricken by the hands of death we were particularly im- pressed as we beheld the casket containing the still, silent form so profusely covered with flow- ers that it seemed "Twould be bliss to there re- pose." But we had known the pathway that silent form had trod. Few flowers bloomed be- side it, but little sunlight ever crossed it. Tired and weary, few proffered help; sad and dis- couraged, few spoke words of cheer. Thorns by the way, there seemed none to remove them; often cast down there seemed none near to lift up. A heart starving for a loving wc ri. a soul bewildered for lack of a tender hand to guide. But all is over now; the pangs the regrets, the cares, the sorrows can ham- per that form no longer, neither can any tender, loving adminis- tration you may now bestow take one pang, one regret pluck one thorn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 25 November 1910

z . z v . V w K THE FACT OF THE MATTER t t is that we did the looking out, but honestly the goods were offered us so Cheap we just had to buy them. And now we have to Sell 'em or Move 'em. It's better and cheaper for us to sell 'em, so here goes: Beginning today, we offer you values that you positively cannot duplicate anywhere. We are going out of business next Jan- uary and we must close out these goods before that date. Extra Salespeople Wanted. Apply at once. RUSSELL, GRAY & CO. North Side Square. The Store that has aroused all the Rip Van Winkles in town. i i Copyright 1«0 , t>f C, [%. Zlmmrri Co.- A factor for pore food ante-dating alt state and national food laws D? PRICES BAKlipovVDER No Alum—No Phosphates Be on your guard. Alum Pow- ders may be known by tbelr price—10 or 25c. a lb., cr one eent an ounce. S3I1P "lVdlDNIHd 3H1T1V Nl S3H0NVHa ODVDIHO UNV XUOA. M3N S30IJJQ TVW3N30 3H1 A9 9NISIIU3AC]V N9I3H0J UOJ Q31N3S3dd3b H3dVd SIHJ. THE POST-SIGNAL. D. J. MOFFITT &...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 25 November 1910

A VALUABLE SILVER SET Will be given FREE on May i, 1911, to some one of our customers; the one who comes nearest to guessing the weight of Dr. LeGear, the King of Horses. The Silver Set consists of 24 pieces of Wm. Rogers' guaranteed Silverware and worth $20. One guess with each 25c purchase of Dr. LeGear's Stock and Poultry powder and Remedies. See cut of horse at my store . Phone 83. JOHN R. PEEL Pilot Point, Tex. Bloomfield. Well, as it has been quite a while since we have 6een any- thing in the columns of the hust- ling paper from Bloomfield, ve thougnt it not out of place to send in a few dots to let the many readers know we are still in the land of the living. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Baxter of Holdenville, Okla., has just spent a week with her father, Mr. Alex Wooten. Mrs. J. D. Bushong is sick al this writing. O. C. Brewer is having a nice residence built, which, when completed, will add much to the looks of his place. School commenced at this place 011 the 7lh with a very good ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 25 November 1910

I'ri 'MS ri'l'I'I'I'IM'I'I'l'IVlTl Aunt Jemima's Pancake Flour Two Pkgs, 25c Fancy Qrits Two Pkgs, for 25c Fruit Cake Ingredients F. W. Hayden Entered at the PoBtofflee at Pilot Point Texas, as second-class matter. Friday, November 25, 1910. Frank Covert of Fort Worth spent yesterday with his mother, Mrs. A. M. Covert. Mrs. Bredow of Fort Worth is the guest of her niece, Mrs. Roy Mays. Fresh Bread at Star Grocery Store. Mrs. L. W. Bennett of Fort Worth is the guest of her son, Clarence Gahagan. Mr. and Mrs. Quinn Klutts of Childress are here visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Ellis. Miss Mary DeBow of Dallas is visiting Mrs. Amiia King. New Kodaks, Films and Sup- plies just received. They make nice Christmas presents.—G. B. Moffitt. 'l||||l']i'l!||llll'J|l!l|||l]|^ 'I' Are You Going to iifli'i'iiiiilli * i << << I * a * Paint? Listen! We handle the Pitkins Paste Paint—ab- solutely the best. ^ We guarantee it equal to any in the market, and sell it 40c per gallon cheaper than an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 25 November 1910

For (he Farmer Dairy Feed Stuff. Dr. H. H. Harrington, director of the Texas Experiment Station, at the A. A M. College, has a letter from Montague county stating that the dairy industry in that part of the state is about to be forced out of business be- cause of the high price of feed stuff compared with the present prices of cream. The following are given as the prices obtained in the section complaining: Cottonseed $19 per ton; cotton- seed meal $27 per ton; hulls $9 per ton; Johnson grass, good hay, $15 per ton; wheat bran $25 per ton; shorts $30 per ton; Indian corn 75 cents per bushel; Butter fat 25 cents per pound. The inquirer wants to know the best ration to feed ouc of the enumerated articles. Dr. Harrington says in reply; "With the prices of feed stuffs at the present time there is no concentrate equal to cotton seed meal. As you know, it is a very highly protein feed and is the best thing that you can furnish your cows in the way of protein or nitrogenous matter. If you ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 25 November 1910

Ma \JTTj5AJTjJ1 \JT7p\JWAJiT^pAXjT)5 Poor Printing Has Its Uses. M M m ■ <•*■'■ •O- There's a lot of poor printing "flood- ing the World"--perhaps more than of poor pictures or poor songs, or poor clothes, or poor food. Of course poor printing has its uses. It serves people to whom nothing about Printing matters except the COST. It serves people whose businesses are of such a^nature that no advertising ap- peal is needed or desired--the business man who can say "go hang" to public opinion. It can render you a Negative Sort of service. It can help in the general working out of things, to make Good Printing which you send out into the world Stand Out in more marked con- trast than would be possible if people did not see so much poor printing. should be cut in strips wide enough to insure two wraps of the Btem. To hold the paper securely in place it should be tied in at, least two places with good Btrong cord. Any of the ordinary building papers wild withstand the exposure through- ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 25 November 1910

WILLING AND READY. To show 3cu vhat a nice m\ii)g Me ha\e for }OU, made possible by our buyer being 011 the ground and taking advantage of the B. Low- enstein stock of Diy Goods. Our offerings were never so attractive nor our customers so enthusiastic. The response to our Sale this week she w Ihe sliong gmp this event has made on the people of Pilot Point and surrounding country. We are receiving new goods for every department by Express each day. A look at what we have is sufficient for anyone wanting the Best at a Lesser price than elsewhere. A new shipment of Boys' Pants, age 4 to ]5, at 25c A new shipment of Men's Pants, val. up to 3.00 at 1.95 A new shipment of Men's Shoes, all leather, 4.00 val. 2.95 A new shipment of Standard brands Prints, all colors 4c A new shipment of Ribbons, all colors, up to No. 60, 10c Men's Overalls, Sweet-Orr and Buckskin, per pair 75c 1 hue it- ret lie lc at-1 cbligalicn to purchase, jut-t let us show 3011 what a nice saving we have in store for yo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 2 December 1910

The Post-Signal. VOL XXXIII. PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1910. NO. 14 H sBimiHiiiw w\w\WA\>> Coming Events Cast their Shadows Before Rt But our aisles have been so crowded and shel- ves so loaded and our store so busy that there really has not been a place for the shadows to t 1909. by C. F. Zimmerman Co r* fall. If you are not careful the Event will be here before you know it, so come in at once and make your holi- day selections. Never was procrastination so out of place. Just received large lines of Christinas Goods put up in holiday packing. La- dies and Men's Handkerchiefs, Silk MulHers, Bradley Knit Mufflers, Ladies Hand Bags, Belts and Combe, Men's and Ladies Garters, Mens, Ladies and Boys Sweaters, Holly Ribbons, Mens Suspenders, Mens and Womens Neckwear, Mens and Womens Golf and Kid Gloves Automobile Scarfs, Hosiery, Ladies Silk Hose, Ladies Silk Petticoats, Umbrellas, Towels and household Linens, Ladies Furs House slippers Our Winter Stocks of Ladies and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 2 December 1910

The Home Circle The Jolly Girl. The joliy girl is born, not made; no training or endeavor can counterfeit her. There are those, to be sure, who affect jollity, but it is only ekindeep, says a writer in Harper's Bazaar. The jolly girl is jolly under ad- verse circumstances—in bad weather; when she hasn't a cent to her name; when she has the toothache; when she hos lost her situation; when bhe breaks her needle; when her back hair tumbles down in public; when she is shopping; when her mas- culine neighbor at the theater goes out and when lie comes in; when her bills are due. She never seems to indulge in that feminine luxury, "the blues" and it is a mistake to suppose that she is noisy; there is jollity of the lady-like, aristocratic sort, as well as of the fish-wife order. The girl who makes up her mind that jollity is the proper cue, and that she will be lively or die usually overdoes the business She thinks that it chiefly con- sists in laughing and in chatter- ing nonsense, that i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 2 December 1910

/ V r < ► b L' tf I f k r k> r m. Russell, Gray & Co's. Great Closing Out Sale Gathers in force with every passing day. Where is the person who does not love to buy bargains? Where is the person who will not tell their neighbors and friends of their money saving, shrewd shopping? People who are buying at this gieat closhing out sale are spreading the bagain news on all sides. This great sale witn its true ring of genuineness, with its honesiy of purpose, with its bargain giving, finds the responsive crowds with the opening of every days business. Are 3 ou saving the money you should and could by coming here. Every thing is for sale—nothing reserved It's cheaper to sell them than to move them, so here goes for the lowest prices of the season. Do your Xmas shopping early. North Side Square. L RUSSELL, CRAY & CO. 1 Copyright l«0O, by c. F. Zimmprtrn- C\>.--No. 25 THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 2 December 1910

A VALUABLE SILVER SET Will be given FREE on May i, 1911, to some one of our customers; the one who comes nearest to guessing the weight of Dr. LeGear, the King of Horses. The Silver Set consists of 24 pieces of Wm. Rogers' guaranteed Silverware and worth $20. One guess with each 25c purchase of Dr. LeQear's Stock and Poultry powder and Remedies. See cut of horse at my store . Phone 83. JOHN R. PEEL Pilot Point, Tex. Bloomfield. Well, here I come with the fro- zen buds from Bloomfield. We are still here and are proud of the thriving little burg. Those on the sick list are Mrs. Bushong and Mrs. Strickland. We hope they may be better soon Mr. and Mrs. Jay Wooton vis- ited at Belew last Saturday night J. W. and Mrs. Porter visited Mr. Stoup at Belew last Tuesday There are a few sick cattle in the community caused, we think, by running in the dry stalk fields xxxx. Wesley Chapel. Quite a change in the temper- ature, Sunday morning. Henry Keen and siste^ of Tioga visited at Mrs. E. J. Hes...

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