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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 2 December 1910

'U'liminii %> ^ ♦ ( Aunt Jemima's Pancake Flour Two Pkgs, 25c Fancy Qrits Two Pkgs, for 25c Fruit Cake Ingredients Lard Cans i 6, 8 and io gal. F. W. Hayden Entered at the Postofflce at Pilot Point Texas, as second-class matter. Friday, qecember 2, 1910. G. E. Light and J. M. Jones were in Ft Worth last Monday, Mr. A. Zimmerer was visiting his daughter, at Lindeay, the first of the week. The place to have your watch repaired is at W. 3. Hale's. Born:—To Mr. and Mrs. R. Spaeth, at Lindsay, Nov. 20, a boy. The Ladies of the Maccabees will meet next Monday afternoon at 4:00 o'clock. Fresh Bread at Star Grocery Store. You will find it at W. S. Hale's Many excellent articles will be on sale at the Bazaar on Dec. 8, 9 and 10th. Select your Christ- mas presents then. Are You Going to 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 any good paint can be bought. 40c per gal* Ion is ...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 2 December 1910

POST-SIGNAL SUPPLEMENT, DECEMBER 2, 1910 M. E. Church Appoint- ments. The Annual Conference of the M. E. Church, South, closed last Monday at Wichita Falls, with the reading of the appointments. The following are some of the appointments of those known here: Gainesville District, E. H. Casey, Presiding Elder; Au- brey Circuit, J. C. Davis; Col- linsville and Tioga, L. A. Burk; Denton, W. A- Stuckey; Pilot Point, T. II. Morris; Sanger and B >livar, J. W. Beck; Valley View, C. A. Long; Wesley Chap- el and Bethel, J. W. Tincher. The following who are known here were given the follow- ing appointments: J. F. Alder- Hon, R )yse stati >n; D. H. Aston, Terrell station; W. D. M >unt- c istle, Presiding Ei lar, Sulphur Springs Dist.; A. F. Hendrix, Cjoper; E. W. Alderson, Wa- ples Memorial, Denison; S C. Riddle, Whitewright, T. J. Beck- ham, Whitesboro; R. F. Bryant, Ciarkeville; J. W. Hill, Cente- nary, Paris; I. W. Ciark, Grand Prairie; J. R. Wages, Bellevue; (>. C. Rankin, E i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 2 December 1910

For the Farmer Insuring Winter Eggs. BY F. S. JACOBY Kansas Agricultural College. As soon as the nights become sold so that Ihe pullets prefer the house to ruost in, it is a good plan to catch up all the stock which is outside and shut them up in the house. This can be done in the evening. The next morning it is an easy mat- ter to examine the stock and select out the bird^ whio'i are undesirable a? layers. It is only by handling each bird sep- arately that you can get a fair idea of the quality and health of your 6tock. All undersized, late hatched pullets should be 6old, as it will not pay to keep them through the winter for the few eggs they will lay in the spring. What Birds to Reject Select out the weak, deformed pullets, especially those which appear to have ati inherited weakness as indicated by crow- ehaped heads, thin breasts, weak shanks, etc. Last of all, re- move any birds which ehow signs of sickness or disease. Such specimen* may recover sufficiently to j ield a profit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 2 December 1910

Ma m t&A Poor Printing Has Its Uses x'-JtxXt hi'ji x'ji hfix*(l i I here'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. idly and filthy water makes an ideal place for the perms of dis- ease to multiply. Other floods That Help. There are several other foods which are used extensively on the farm, one of which is green cut bone. This makes an excel- lent food -during the winter...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 2 December 1910

wnins ID REAIT. To show )ou what a nice taring vie hoAe for you, made possible by our buyer being on the ground and taking advantage of the 13. Low- enstein Utoek of Dry Goods. Our offerings were never so attractive nor our customers so enthusiastic. The response to our Sale this week f-hcw the Miong gici-p Ihis event has made on the people of Pilot Point and suirounding country. We are receiving new goods for every dtpailroe'nt b) Kxpitt-s eaeh da^, A look at what we have is sufficient tor anyone wanting the Best at a Lesser price than elsewhere A new shipment of Boys' Pants, age 4 to 15, at A new shipment of Men's Pants, val. up to 3.00 at A new shipment of Men's Shoes, all leather, 4.00 val. A new shipment of Standard brands Prints, all colors A new shipment of Ribbons, all colors, up to No. 00, Men's Overalls, Sweet-Orr and Buckskin, per pair 25c 1.95 2.95 4c 10c 75c 1 Kh i < t 11 e 1« aM ( bligalu 11 1o pun hate, jin-t let us show )ou what a nice saving we have in store for ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 9 December 1910

The Post-Signal. VOL XXXIII. PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1910. NO. 15 AiM/AJ'v AJ'AJWAJA)*!/Xc3iM2A)'1 5^r ASKr AJ AXKr *V. V? AjKf AJ m LINE H oliday Goods UKILESS CHilLENGE F1ICE HIE Stands Unrivaled for Value-Giving Greater Values and Lower Prices M £S s m i j«t B 6 I 2f/Jt I January and February prices right now, while you need the goods. This store usually takes the lead and does new things first. Most stores wait till January to have their Clearing Sales but we have ours now. With our Challenge prices we are meeting the demands of the buying public for greater values, lower prices but Superior Quality. Everything offered is new winter goods, of merit, whose quality is vouched for by this store. Our Christmas gift is this Cut-Price Sale! We have just received a large line of Christmas Goods put up in holiday pack- ings. Handkerchiefs, Mufflers, Hand Bags, Belts, Combs, Suspenders, Neckwear, Gloves, Scarfs, Hosiery, Umbrellas, Linens, House Slippers & many other ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 9 December 1910

The Home Circle Chips of Wisdom. Every farm should own a good farmer. This world is God's workshop for making men in. A man who does not love praise is not a full man. A man without self restraint is like a barrel without hoops and tumbles to pieces. The pursuit of ignoble pleasure is the degredation of true happi- ness. The examples set by the great and good do not die; they con- 1 tinue to live and to speak to all; the generations that succeed them. It is idleness that is the curse of man—not labor. Sloth never climbed a hill nor over-came a difficulty that it could avoid. Even leisure cannot be enjoy- ed unless it is won by effort. If it has not been earned by work the price has not been paid for it. Idleness eats the heart out of men, and consumes them as rust does iron. Power belongs only to the workers; the idle are always powerless. It is the laborious, painstaking men who are the rulers of the world. Perseverance is the best school for many virtue. The greatest misfortune of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 9 December 1910

r s> Aunt Jemima's Pancake Flour Two Pkgs, 25c Fancy Grits Two Pkgs, for 25c Fruit Cake Ingredients Lard Cans 6, 8 and io gal. F. W. Hayden Entered at the Postofflce at Pilot Point Texas, as second-class matter. Friday, December 9, 1910. Crescendo Music Club. The Cresoendo Muaic Club held its monthly meeting with Berth Piokel last Saturday after- noon The house was called to order by vice prssident Miss Pondrom. After the business seoession the lesson on Mozart was conducted by Miss Pondrom in absence of Miss McKnight which was very interesting. The program was oarried out as fol- lows. Sweet Memories—Miss Elder. Serenade---Miss Gainer. Duet, Up to Date March—Mis- es Pickel and Kate Garner. Vocal Duet, Daisies Won't Tell—Misses South, Vivian Pet- ers. Miss South favored us with a reading "Jes Fore Christmas" which was enjoyed by all. Roll eall was answered with a Christ- mas verse after which our host- ess served delioious refreshments of punch, cake and candy assist- ed by her m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 9 December 1910

For the Farmer Three Great Inventions. A8 we review the history of the past hundrend years it seems to in that the really epoch mak- ing inventions were the steam engine, the ^rain reaper and the sewing machine. We thinu sometimes that these three forces had more to do with the success ot' the Federal government in the war of se- cession than any other in- fluences. When the war broke out the McCormick reopera in the grain fields of the North were going the work of one million men, and they had only been put to work eight or ten years. That meant that a million men could be taken out of the fields of the North without interfering with the farming operations, at harvest time, at least. The South had no such corresponding imple- ment. Cotton had to be picked by hand and has to be picked by hand today, though the im- provement in the other imple- ments of industry has been very marked. Then the North had a better railroad system than the South, was able to consolidate its armies with g...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 9 December 1910

>► Christmas Eve In Rural England It was u brilliant moonlight uiylit. but extremely cold. Our chaise whirled rapidly over the frozen ground. The postboy smacked his whip lneessautly. and a part of the time his horses were on a gallop. "He knows where he Is goiug," said iny companion, laughing, "and Is eager to arrive in time for some of the merriment and good cheer of the servants' ball. My futber is a devotee of the old school and prides himself on keeping up something of old English hospitality. He was al- ways scrupulous in exacting our holi- days and having us around him on family festivals. It was the policy tf the good old gentleman to make h'is children feel that home was tho hap plest place In the world, aud I value this delicious home feeling as one ol the choicest glftS a parent can bestow " The squire ushered us at once lo I he company, which was assembled in a large, old fashioned hall. |i was ••"•in posed of different branches of a umuer ous family connection. They ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 9 December 1910

OAKDALE ECHOES Continued from last page visited his father, E. S. Crutsing- er last Saturday and Sunday. Eulie EsleB of Tioga visited his brother, Ross, last week. Poly Foutch and wife of Must- ang visited Henry Kayse and wife last Friday and Saturday. Elder, Bennie and Homer Riggs, (col) were arrested at the (col) ohurch Sunday a week ago charged with stealing cotton. Mr. Ragsdale of Collinsville was in our community la9t Fri- day buying cattle. Said he would buy anything that didn't walk on crutches. Mrs. Mollie Wilie of Burton visited Mrs. Pearl Scott last Saturday. John Crutsinger of Mustang visited his father, E. S. Crutsing- er and family last Saturday. John Murphy of Pilot Point visited J. A. Harday and family last Saturday and Sunday. E. S. Bates went to Gainesville Monday to serve a week on the Jury. R. T. Bullard visited in Tioga last Saturday night. Misses Myrtle and Irene Boggs visited Miss Delia Porter in Bloomfield community last Sun- day. W. J. Moulder and family visi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 9 December 1910

1 TvT.T: T^TtTtTtT' WE'RE CUTTING PRICES And we are going to be as truthful about it as Washington was. We're going out of business. THAT'S THE TRUTH. That's the reason we are selling so cheap. This is the Climax of Bar- gain Sales. Not to take advantage of it means a loss to your family. We simply ask you to call at our store, examine our goods, get our prices and compage them with any other price Xou will then be convinced that our prices are lowest. Goods ex- actly as represented or your money refunded. • - ■ Copyright 1909, by C. E. Zimmerman Co.--No. V you may have on the same goods. RUSSELL-CRAY & CO North Side of Square DON'T WAIT, DON'T DELAY. COME and WE'LL SAVE YOU MONEY ■i ■i t:i:3 taper p^p.^semted fch toreign ADVERTISING BY TI1E ) < general office3 NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES THE POST-SIGNAL. D. J. MOFFITT & SON, Pubs. Published every Friday in the Post- Siqnal building southwest corner of square. will make independent road dis- ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 9 December 1910

A Nice assortment of Hand Mirrors. Traveling Toilet Cases. Cigars in holiday packages, 25 to 100 in box, Staple Holiday Goods on Display Combs, Purses, Box Paper Fine Perfumes, Hair Brushes Phone 83. JOHN R. PEEL Kings Chocolate Candies of all kinds in Fancy and 1 pound boxes A fine assortment of Pipes for Christmas from 10c to $10.00 Pilot Point, Tex. take about the wedding. Bee George and Miss Hassie Michael are not married. I ask all parties to excuse the mistake. Sanger. S. M. Mayn&rd and wife went to Gainesville last week. Mrs. Eliza Dehart went to Gainesville Wednesday. J. H. McGee and J. B. Griffin went to Denton Thursday. Mr. Truehitt and family of Gribble Springs have moved here. J. H. Murff and family have moved to Corpus Christi. Miss Ed Montogomery of Prosper is visiting her sister, Mrs. 3. M. Maynard. Mrs. J. W. McClendon was called to the bedside of her sister, Mrs. Chaffin, who is very ill at her home in Sherman. Mary, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ful...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 9 December 1910

i Have Yon Personally A "Sell- ing Task" on Hand? The conduct of the average business con- stitutes a "continuous selling-task," of course. But aside from one's regular busi- ness, there conies, frequently, the need, or the advisability, or the necessity, to sell something. Perhaps it's real estate in some form—or an equity, or a leasehold, or a stove, or shop, or machinery; sometimes it may be furniture, jewelry, clothing, paint- ings, securities, mortgages, an automobile, carriages, live stock. Wnatever it is, if circumstances place upon you, personally, the duty and the task "turning it into money," you must resort, quite as a mattter of sensible business policy to classified advertising. And if the selling task is of even moder- ate importance, you will do well to enter up- on a Classified Advertising Campaign, [ to continue until the selling task is completed. KM* Send Christmas Presents by Dec. 15 Postmasters and express com- pany officials over the country are urging the peop...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 9 December 1910

I THE PEOPLE'S SAVING STORE, A visit to this store will convince the most skeptical that this is the place to trade. Why? Because: We permit no one to undersell us. We consider it our special mission to ''sell more Roods for the same money, or the same goods for less money." Because: We are attending to our own business, withj|malice toward none, with charity to all, we look straight ahead and attend to our own affairs. We are not jealous of competing stores. We do not hope for, nor do we predict the failure of others. Nor do we have a desire to plant the ascending star of our success in the descending star of another store. We are happy to live and let live. And we extend to one and all a cordial invitation lo visit our store and see the pretty things we are receiving for Christmas; you will find they are selected with great care. Almost every freight aud express brings new merchandise. Be wise by visiting our store during the next 19 days, as you will surely profit by it. Just a^p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 16 December 1910

The Post-Signal. VOL. XXXI11. PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1G, 1910. NO. 1< iiiiiiiii mmmwmwMMMmmmmm '''■.'s''t.''/fe'rAli^iUB ^ - .: . ■-% {l«l < With Only Nine More Days Before the Event is It any wonder we are anxious to see you have your Gift purchases for everyone complete. There is double joy in getting the right things, bought at the right prices, at the right time and at THE RIGHT PLACE Copyright 1 an Co.—No. 30 few m m ZtfA If you want to please give useful gifts. Glance over the following list, Come and buy at the Lowest Cut Prices of the season, HEN'S: Suits and Overcoats, Hats, Fine Shoes, Shirts, Ties, Handkerchiefs, Fancy Suspenders, Mufflers, Fancy Vests, Gloves, Robes, House Slippers. BOYS': Suits and Overcoats, Fine Shoes, Ties, Mufflers, Trunks, Suit Cases, Hand Bags, LADIES'and MISSES: Cloaks and Suits, Furs, House Slippers, Handkerchiefs, Collars Hand- bags, Gloves Scarfs, Household Linens, Silk Petticoats, Toilet Ssts, Dolls Christmas Cards, Dress ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 16 December 1910

The Home Circle One Kind of Man. Courtesy to women, old and young, should be a part of every- body's home training. Without it he ie likely to be boorish and selfish; and a rude, overbearing brother and son is in danger of developing into an exacting, dis- courteous husband. He is like- ly to belong to the class of boys who come into the house and say to their sisters: "Mere, Mary, you've got the chair I always like to sit in, and Katie has the paper 1 want! Let me have them!" He receives the chair and pap- er without a word of thanks, and then says: "There's a button off my coat, and I want one of you girls to put it on before morning. Mary, run and get my slippers." His hat, gloves and overcoat have been thrown down in differ ent parts of the room for his mo- ther or sisters to pick up and put away. His mother comes into the room and he says: "Mother isn't supper most ready? I am half starved! "It will be ready in a few min- utes," his mother replies. "Well 1 wish you'd hurry up."...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 16 December 1910

z . : r. MH|h V'V' OLD KRIS CRINGLE HAS E;LAD 0i>ARTEK5 AT OUR STORE, HE IS READY TO SHOW THE GIFTS HE BROUGHT FROM FAR AWAY LAND HE WILL BEAT OUR STORE TILL CHRISTMAS CUHIHCTO EVERY H Copyright 1 09, Ly C. L Eimticrn.an Co.--No. 62 You naturally want Kris Krinkle to visit your home December 25th, If you will pay him a visit at our store in the meantime you will be able to give a good deal more and nicer things than you could possibly do otherwise. You can buy anything in this store at cost and less. Surely a good place to do your Christmas trading, We have many new things to interest. Gift Buyers. RUSSELL-CRAY & CO. North Side of Square A ' VA *. ( OMI PR CI OUR GOODS WHAT WILL SAVK THI3 PAPER REPKESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE P i\ tr* GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES THE POST-SIGNAL. O. J. MOFFITT & SON, Pubs. Published every Friday in the Post- Signal building southwest corner of iquare. PRICE - - $1.00 A YEAR The Publi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 16 December 1910

A Nice assortment of Hand Mirrors. Traveling Toilet Cases. Cigars in holiday packages, 25 to 100 in box. Staple Holiday Goods on Display Combs, Purses, Box Paper Fine Perfumes, Hair Brushes Kings Chocolate Candies of all kinds in Fancy and 1 pound boxes A fine assortment of Pipes for Christmas from 10c to $10.00 Phone 83. JOHN R. PEEL Pilot Point, Tex. Continued from page Ave The baby of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Boyles has been suffering from getting hold of Kerosene pouring it out over its face, and eyes; one arm is blistered. The following were in Gaines- ville Friday, Ben Vaughn, Andy Green, Mr. Wylie, Mr. Scott. Death has called another of our number away. Mr. Lee Hayse who has been sick about 3 weeks died Sunday night, he was about 38 years of age. He leaves a wife and three children. Mr. Hayse was a member of the First Baptist church. Funeral services were conducted by his pastor, Rev. Matthews, at four o'cli ck Monday evening after which his body was laid to rest by the Odd Fellows i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 16 December 1910

a } • « ft«-1 A Christmas Gift And a Return It Led to Later On. By T. C. BURROWS Copyright, 1910, by American Press Association. The Count Edouard Germain was Bitting in his itudy the morning be- fore Christmas. It was during the Inter days of the eighteenth century, when the woes of the people of France had become so unbearable that mut- tering were heard all over the land and loudest among the poor. For cen- turies the kings and nobility had through inordinate taxes sucked the very llfeblood from the nation. The count, who was a humane man, was meditating upon the storm that he saw brewing when the downtrodden should arise, turn and rend their op- pressors. He was thinking especially of the Christmas season and that thou- sands of families would go as hungry on that day as on the other days of the year. Suddenly he heard a shot. "Ah," he said, "there is poaching going on." He sat moodily regretting that the starving people about his estates need- ed his game, how they would persis...

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