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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 6 January 1911

The Home Circle A Happy New Year to every reader of this department. How often we smile as we look back over our fears and find they were phantoms. What is your worst fault?) Wha is mine? Are you to reform with the going New Year? To make New Year a happy one be sure and make some one else have a happy New Year. Regrets for the past will not strengthen your will for the duties of the future. "Forget- ting the past, press on," is the better way. Good society is that which is not personal in its talk, but which finds sufficient topic of interest to discuss without dilat ing on the sins of neighbors. The following would be an ex- cellent New Year's cosmetic: For the lips, truth; for the voice, prayer; for the eyes, pity;for the hands, charity; for the figure, uprightness ; and for the heart, love. Do not be too confidential; no one ever gave her family affairs into another's keeping without living to regret it. There are plenty of other things to talk about. Be as friendly and so- ciab...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 6 January 1911

THE P08T-S10NAI j# m D. J. MOFFITT & SON, Pubs. I'ublished every Friday iu the I'ost- Sionax. building southwest corner o( iquaro. J'KICK ♦ 1.00 A /EAR The Publishers are members of the I'rin ters' Mutual Insurance Association of Texas. Advertising Rates All notices calling attention to a spec- ial occasion for the raising of money for oharitable purposes or for public bene- fits will be charged for at the rate of 3c ■ line. Resolutions of Respectand Obituaries will be charged for at the rate of ■ line, 6 words making a line. All business locals will be charged for •t the rate of ioc a line for first inser- llon and 5c per line for each subsequent insertion without change. Rates for display ads furnished on ap- plication. THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE GENERAL OFFICES rcrw yo:?k and chicago EPxANCHC- IN ALL T'-'E PHINCIPAL CITIES NEWS IN BRIEF. Barber Shop Politics. BY WORTH 8. UAY. Austin, Texap, Dec. 20.—When the Legislature is in session a person can ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 6 January 1911

COME NOW TIME SAVE MONEY! STARTS SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1911 PUBLIC SALE! LOOK THINK Stock of Dry Goods to be Sacrificed to meet obligations! STAR BRAND SHOES ARE BETTER SAVE MONEY ON SHOES GOODS CL THING To Our Correspondents We wish to thank you all for your efforts during 1910 in send- ing weekly letters from your respective communities. We hope you will launch forth into the new year with renewed en- ergy. We had hoped to announce in this issue the winner of the watch which we offered but all hands have been exceedingly •busy winding up matters of the past year and have as yet been unable to check over the letters received during the time. We are going to ask our Cor- respondents to get their weekly letters to us on Tuesday in ord- er that we can 9et them up Wed- nesday. Write them Monday or Monday night and let the car- riers take them up Tuesday. We wish you all a Happy and Prosperous Year. Publishers. Bloomfield. Well, Christmas has come and gone. It was one of the quietest we ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 6 January 1911

/ <9 & fleeting of the El Pro- gresso Club. After a holiday of two weeka duration, the El Progresso olub met Tuesday at the home of ita Preaident, Mra. W. E. Atkins. At the cloae of a brief buianess session, the study of Marion Harland and Mrs. Augusta Evana Wilson was taken up with Mrs. J. T Smith as leader. The lines of theae two Southern nov- elists were more fully brought out by Mrs. Atkina in a well- prepared sketch upon the life of Mrs. Terhune, Mrs McShan reading a short biography of Mrs Wilson. Miss Carson substitut- ed her subjeot with a very en- tertaining reading, Mias McGee upon request read an interesting oonversation, taken from St. Elmo. Mrs. Grady Ryan fur- nished the music for the after- noon kindly substituting in the absence of Mrs. J. B. Burks. Synopaia and Purpo3e of the story waa prepared and sent in by Mrs. Petera. At the conclu- sion of the program, the interest oenterad in a free for all dis- cussion disclosing the fact that the books of each of theae...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 6 January 1911

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 6 January 1911

A Happy and Prosperous New Year See me for your Groceries in 1911 « F. W. Hayden Telephone 45 |pl ln lnrtTiT|TU|T|T|mli|itmA^in1.ti,i.uin,i, tmlii Entered at the Postofflce at pJJot Point Texas, a* MCOnd-claas maUer. Friday, January 6, 1911. Election Notice Notice is hereby given that the annual meeting of the stockhold- ers of the Pilot Point National Bank will be held at the office of the Bank in Pilot Point, Tex. on Tuesday Jan. 10,1911, at 2 p. m. for the purpose of electing a board of Directors for the ensu- ing year and for the transaction of any other business that may lawfully come before the meeting J. A. L. McFarland, Cashier Mr. R. B. Wilson of Dalllas was here last Saturday. Preaching at First Christian Church Sunday by the pastor, Eld. E. L. Cochran. Mrs. J. C. Newbury of Red Cloud, Nebr., is now at her son's Mr. Lee Newbury, at Dallas, to spend the winter. Geo. Buchanan, accompanied by Mr. Shirley of Ft. Worth, spent Christmas with his parents and sisters. Miss Gertrud...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 6 January 1911

For (he Farmer The Corn Club Boys at Washington. During the week before Christ mas the eleven ooys who were the prize winners among the Corn Club Boys in the eleven southern states made their visit to Washington, D. C., and were the guests oi the Secretary of Agriculture who saw that the boys had a good time. They ranged in age from 11 to 16 years. Besides this wonderful trip to Washington, whicn by the way, was the first time any of them had been there, they all wjn cash prizes, averaging not less than $200, to say nothing of ponies, bicycles, farming imple- ments, watches, etc. All along the line of their progress, from school teachers to the President himself, they received encour- agement and commendation. The following are the names and adresses of the winners of the trip to the capital of their country, and also the yield of their respective acres and the cost per bushel: Floyd Gayer, Tishomingo, Ok., 95 1-2 bushels, 8c. Hughey Harden, Banks, Ala., 120 bushels costing 32c per ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 6 January 1911

j|| Is the Buying for Your Home Done |§ Intelligently. gSjjt Some housewives, harrassed to the verge of nervous breakdown by trival an- £5$ noyances, devote no real attention ^ ' buying" problem. They buy when to the they HAVE TO—perhaps at the "nearest place" —when very likely, better values and lower prices are advertised by three or fpur differ- ent stores The housewife who does not give as much attention to a study of the ads as she spi gives to the other things in the daily rou- HH! tine, that are of half as much importance, fsSS will never find any real interest in the bus- iness of home-making. The ad-studying housewife buys Intel- ligently She knows her "market" as well as any broker or merchant knows his. And she will never stop to tell you how "hard it SSjjtK jtg# is to find anything in the stores nowadays vjOg, fVinf rtiia c o iirl r"i n c. 4- ■ 11 n —r\ 4- /\ U<<<r ' ' n m that one wants and can still afford to buy. Sfc For, to an ad-reader, that is not such a h...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 6 January 1911

© Igs & §§ s I m # B y ! r to May the year 1911 start, right end right, and the succeeding year add to your success. Ours is a health store; it throbs with business as your arteries are throbbing with life. Anyone who makes his own way in ihe world must be alert and alive. A store may move along by copying and imitation, but if i t chooses to cut its own path it must do as the pioneers did—work. It must take the initiative. This store has cut its own path from the beginning. It is cut- ting its own path today. It yiinks and acts and does things different, and better. What it has done is only a beginning of what it will do. Your kind patronage during the years of our business, marked by mutual confidence which has ever characterized our dealings (and has been our aim never to betray,) is highly appreciated and wish you ever to feel it your privilege to command our service. Siucerely West Side Square TH£ PFtiCE IS THE TrtffifG, Pilot Point Texas Correspondence Fairview. Continued ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 13 January 1911

The Post-Signal. VOL XXXIII. PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1911 NO. 20 liHilllllllV CONSOLIDATED We are moving the Russell, Gray & Co., (or Ross stock) into our own store on South side ot Square, and are ready to sell remainder of this stock cheaper than ever, You know we own it cheap, therefore we can afford to sell it cheap. Ask us for Bargains. 25 prs.'Selby 300, 3.50 and 4.00 Shoes for ladies 185 20 pairs Queen Quality Shoes for ladies at half-Price. All men's and boy's overcoats Price All Ladies' Suits 14-Price All Ladies' and Misses' Cloaks y2-Price 7}£c Outing 5c 1214c Outing 8c i2^c Bleach Domestic 8^c 20c and 25c Embroideries 10c and i2^c 50 prs pants for boys and small men at half-price. flen's ioc half hose per pair 5c Misses' ioc hose per pair Misses 25c hose per pair 8.00 all wool 12--4 Blankets 4.00 Woolnap Blunkets All Ladies, Misses, Hen's or deawear at cut price. 25 doz Hen's negligee Shirts Boys' 7&c 18c 5 95 2.55 Un- half-price NEW GOODS: It's wo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 13 January 1911

The Home Circle Hold On Boys. Hold on to your tongue when you are just ready to swear,lie or speak harshly, or use an im- proper word. Hold on to your hand when you are about to punch, strike scratch, steal or do any improp- er act. Hold on to your foot when you are on the point of kicking, running off from study, or pur- suing the path of error, shame or crime. Hold on to your temper when you are angry, excited, or im- posed upon, or others are angry with you. Hold on to your heart when evil associates seek your compa- ny and invite you to join in their mirth, games and revelry. Hold on to your good name, for it is of more value than gold high places or fashionable attire. Hold on to the truth, for it will serve you well and do you good throughout eternity. Hold on to virtue—it is above all price to you in all times and places. Hold on to your good charac- ter, for it is, and ever will be your best wealth. Ten Things a Baby Can Do. It can beat any alarm clock invented waking a fami...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 13 January 1911

THE POST-SIGNAL^ O. J. MOFFITT & SON, Pubs. Published every Friday in the Post- Siunai. building southwest corner of square. PRICE 11.00 A /EAR Navy has announced in response to a auggestioe from Representa- tive Burleson, because the Navy Department hay under consider- ati®n now the proposal to dis- mantle the vessel and turn her into a target In such an event she may share the «ame fate as the old monitor, Puritan, which now lies a wreck in the mud of Hamptt n' Roads, sunk in an ex- perimental discharge of nitro- The naval experts • haritable purposes or for public bene- want to use the old battleship in ■'line111)6 ckarKetl for attlie rate °' 3C experiments with naval ordnance Resolutions of Respect and Obituaries at the Indian Head proving will be charged for at the rate of grounds on the Potomao River. • line, 6 words making a line. j All business locals will be charged for at the rate of ioc a line for first inser-( lion and gc per line for each subsequent insertion withou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 13 January 1911

Oakdale Echoes. Weather still continues beauti- ful but no rain to make a season, though people are plowing right along getting the ground ready for the rain when it does oomes. G. O. Craven and wife left last Saturday for Austin to at- tend the session of the legisla- ture. W. J. Moulder is improving his rent house whioh will be oc- cupied in a few day*. Grover King is putting in a telephone. C. C. Crutsinger's family who have been detained in Tioga for more than a week on account of sickness were able to come home last Friday, Henry Mosses of Mustang visited in our community last Sunday. Some of the young folks tried to have a party at Henry Kayse residence one night last week and only one girl present, don't think she will go any more. Parties seem to be out of date over here. The young people had singing at the home of J. M. Tipton last Sunday night. Quitman Davis and family visited his father Perry Davis in the Barren community last Sun- day. F. M. Price has built a new smoke h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 13 January 1911

See me for your Groceries in 1911 F. W. Hayden Telephone 45 Entered at the Postofflce at Pilot Point Texas, as second-class matter. Friday, January 13, 1911. There is a custom prevailing among merchants to get cat* alogues of goods out of their lines, and because of the fact they are offered these goods at wholesale, they and their olerks buy from these mail order houses, forgetting those merchants in the town who are depending on their sale of these •ame goods for their business. This custom is unfair; we should be more consistent; complain of those who patronize mail order bouses and theu turn around and do the very same thing. We are dependent upon each other and should help each other all, we can. Watson-Steele. A surprise wedding took plaoe last Saturday in Sherman, the contracting parlies being Emory C. Watson of this place and Miss Lola Steele of Tioga. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mtb. J. L. Watson of this ci.y and has lived here all his life. The bride is a stranger to m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 13 January 1911

For the Farmer A New Beef Breed. Col. Charles Goodnight of the Goodnight ranch, in Armstrong county, has made a successful demonstration of his cross-bred buffalo-cattle as beef makers. He shipped three animals to the Fort Worth packing houses, to be slaughtered and tested for beef percentage. Technically, this is keown as the "dressing-out" test, to ascertain how much dressed meat there is in an ani- mal of given weight. The aver- age Texas cow will yield about 50 per cent of her weight in beef. One of Col. Goodnight's three- quarter buffalo cows dressed out 64.08 per cent, a half-bred dress- ed 60.55 per cent, and a one-six- teenth yearling bull dressed 57.34 per cent. These figures show that the greater the per- centage of buffalo blood the larg- er the per cent of beef. All of them were strictly grass fed, and were in rather thin condition. Butchers pay for beef animals in proportion to the amount of beef they can get out of them. It appears that these buffalo- cattle, or "catta...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 13 January 1911

c 01 Is the Buying for Your Home Done Intelligently. Some housewives, harrassed to the verge of nervous breakdown by trival an- noyances, devote no real attention to the "buying" problem. They buy when they HAVE TO—perhaps at the "nearest place" —when very likely, better values and lower prices are advertised by three or four differ- ent stores. The housewife who does not give as much attention to a study of the ads as she gives to the other things in the daily rou- tine, that are of half as much importance, will never find any real interest in the bus- iness of home-making. The ad-studying housewife buys Intel- ligently She knows her "market" as well as any broker or merchant knows his. And she will never stop to tell you how "hard it is to find anything in the stores nowadays that one wants and can still afford to buy." For, to an ad-reader, that is not such a hard task! & All OFFICIAL SB Rudely Flung at Gonial Robert Louis Stevenson. A CONSUL WITH A GROUCH. The Author Called ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 13 January 1911

We are receiving daily by freight and express an endless variety of Spring Merchandise. Our large shipment of Jluslin Underwear, including Corset Covers, downs, Ladies' Pants, Skirts and Princess Slips, will meet the approval of the most exacting tastes, for we have them in prices to satisfy the purse of limited means as well as the most lavishly trimmed garments. Our showing of Embroideries and Laces is a treat to any lady, as it's a common remark, "It's the prettiest line of laces and embroidery I ever saw—just simply grand!" and the prices are within the reach of all We are showing a full line of white goods, includiug all the popular weaves at a lower price than elsewhere. A big shipment of Oinghams and prints just opened up, any pattern or shade to select from, and the best of all—at a lesser price. All of our winter goods are offered at a big reduction in order to close out, such prices as these prevail: Our men's and boy's clothing at just half-price, Ladies' Suits at just ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 20 January 1911

The Post-Signal. VOL XXXIII. PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1911 NO. 21 m Wk &JA m m sm m mi GiTA f A 111 d.. >i m i t BEAUTIFUL JUST RECEIVED A new shipment of these popular Corsets. Can fit any lady—stout, medium or slim. A corset for every figure at §1.00 and up. We are anxious to show you the new Laces, Embroideries White Goods, Linens. Muslin Underwear and Selby Slippers Our Embroidery and Laces at 5c and 10c are the talk of the town. Run in and tak^ a peep at them. More Winter Ahead—Winter goods have reached the low water mark. The last cut has been made, so buy now. RUSSELL BROTHERSCO. H m Wi m mi %-i m M M Colquitt Now Governor. Austin, Jan. 17.—O. B. Col- quitt is now governor of Texas,; according to provisions of the | oath of office administered by1 Chief Justice Brown of the Supreme Court a few minutes after 12 o'clock. Brief addresses were delivered by retiring Gov- ernor Campbell and the new executive. At 9 o'clock the gallery began to fill with visitor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 20 January 1911

The Home Circle The girl with a sweet little j voice need not feel discourage because she has no opportunity to sing in grand opera. She can give great pleasure by being a songbird in the home nest. Love is the great homemaker, that makes even drudgery of housekeeping a pleasure, and some life a foretaste of the bliss of heaven. One cannot get too much love into one's homemak- ing, but easily too little. There is no such thing as man's rights and woman's rights separate and distinct from each other. Woman's rights are sim- ply human rights. The sexes be- long to each other; what bene- fits one helps the other; what el- evates either uplifts both. Man is the outdoor and woman the indoor partner in the firm of humanity. If you want to be happy forgei yourselves and think of some one else and if possible do some- thing for some one else. Read to an old lady; send a bunch of flowers to a sich friend; dry the tears of a lonely child; say a kind word to a poor discouraged washerwoman; spe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 20 January 1911

THE POST-SIGNAL. D. J. MOFF1TT & SON, Pub?. Published overy Friday in the Post- Signal building southwest corner of square. PRICE *1.00 A /EAR The Publishers are members of the Prin tors' Mutual Insurance Association of Texas. Advertising Rates All notices calling attention to a spec- ial occasion for the raising of money for charitable purposes or for public bene- ats will be charged for at the rate of 3c 1 line. Resolutions of Respectand Obituaries will be charged for at the rate of a^c • line, 0 words making a line. All business locals will be charged for «t the rate of loc a line for first instr- tion and 5c per line for each subsequent insertion without change. Rates for display ads furnished on ap- plication. THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES The American Woman's League. All courses of the League's Academy of Fine Aits and its school of Applied Arts are free to any member of the L...

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