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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 24 February 1911

Bloomfield. Well, we have been enjoying fine rains the past week. We certainly got a clay season this time. The ground will he too wet to plow for several days, for j the first time in two years. Sunday was somewhat cooler than usual. Ic was too disagree- j able for the people to attend ahurch. We all had an inclina- ' tion to stay at home and hug the fire. to Frank and Noah went ahapel Sunday. Those who went to town Sat- urday afternoon had a rough old time coming back. Mason Walling has been suffer- ing very much with a sprained ankle. We don't know whether Oscar •arae Sunday or not as we did ot hear old Crewno bark. There hasn't been much vis- iting of late as ihe good ladies have been too busy gardening and setting hens. Oat sowing will be in order as soon as the ground will permit. Dan Umpsted died at Burns last Thursday snd was buried at the Walling Cemetery Friday. He was one of Burns' enterpris- ing merchants. It is feared the recent freeze will just about do up the fruit cr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 24 February 1911

il > m I Seed Potatoes Triumph Ohio Rose Onion Sets Seeds Bulk and Package I handle Seeds from only reliable houses. F. W. Hayden Telephone 45 J! Entered at the PostotHce at Pilot Point Texas, as second-class matter. Friday, February 24, 1911. H. H. Btirnum, A. Q. Mustain and P. L. Alexander were in Denton Tuesday. Mrs J. M. Wilfong and baby are guest of her parents at Mor- gan, Texas. Walking, one-row riding and two-row PLANTERS at R. T. Evan9 & Co. Miss Elsie Gillespie of Dallas is the guest of Rev. T. H. Morris and family. Mr9 Annie Ross returned last Saturday from a weeks visit in Gainesville. Fresh Garden Seed, Seed Po- tatoes and Onion Sets. Elder Gro. Co. Mr. and Mrs W. C. Dowdell and son Barnett of Gunter are here thd guests of relatives and friends. Dr. Hawley of St. Lonis was the guest of his son, Dr. W. H. Hawley, Sunday and Monday. He left Monday eveing for Cal- ifornia and was accompanied as far as Fort Worth by his son. Separator for Sale. De Laval Cream Separat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 24 February 1911

For the Farmer The Corn Crop. The southern farmer should grow enough corn for every p > " Bible need of the farm, ai d he can. It has been demonstrated thorouhly tint with proper prep- aration and cultivation he can grow as muc'i per acre as (lie best farmers in the corn grow- ing States. At prevailing pi ices- it is cheaper to proJuoe it than to buy it. even with 12 and 15 cent c >tton. Furthermore, the best farming requires systematic rotation of crops on all lands. From this standpoint coin should be regarded as a renovat- ing crop. It is a plant of wide adaptability and can be produc- ed in nearly all portions of the United States. It is especially valuable from the fact that we not only get the corn, but can grow with it a heavy crop of cowpeas, which will give a sup- ply of nitrogen and humus, two of the most valuable items in building up soils. Corn is a tropical plant, ana all other things being tqual it should thrive better i n the Southern than in the Northern States...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 24 February 1911

Jgp News From The Capital. Austin, Texa9, Pet). 22.— There is many a political tea pie- ty being hel<l in Austin and tin currents of politico never ran higher than at the present time. In fact the legislature is spend- ing most of its time dealing in political futures and it is a c m- mon sight to see a lawmaker standing on the front door step of the capitol building holding up a straw to see which way the wind blows. It is an inspiring eight to see strong, ambitious men bending every energy to tow their barge into the high- way of popular favor and like- wise an expensive one. It is costing the state S1500 per day and the expenses are growing like Jonah's gourd, but the ap- propriation bill is due next week and then we catch our first dim radiance of dawn. The re-districting bill i s as full of politics as Texas is of good opportunities for invest- ment. The task of carving out congressional districts carries with it eighteen congressional berths and the opportunity for evening ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 24 February 1911

m .0:<©'©'©'.0\© $>•:©: ®:®:®:®>®:®.m®;®>®m®:® ®mi®mm®M&i®M®m®Mx®M®wi<^MW®l®MMWm®mm®m®w®MX@M®WW& <§ © i <© © l © © 1 i © a i ft i i ©; m G :©. p LAST CALL ON WINTER GOODS To make room for our enormous purchase of Spring Goods we are making the following radicai reductions: Such prices as these will prevail throughout our stock—Men's and boy's clothing at half price. Ladies' and Misses Suits and Coats at hall price. La- dies' and Misses' Sweaters at half price. Men's and boys' Sweaters at half price. All our men's, ladies' and children's Dress Shoes i-4th off—nothing reserved All our knit scarfs at just half price. All our men's Pants at i-4th off. Men's and ladies' Undj'.vear at a big reduction. Men's Overcoats and Rain coats at just half price. Men's and boy's Caps i-3rd off. These Prices will Continue Until Saturday, March 4th. May Manton Patterns 10c Each THE PRICE IS T/fE THiAfG m May Manton Patterns 10c Each. imm®x®m®mm'@mmm® Correspondence SANGER. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 3 March 1911

r J V The Post-Signal. VOL XXXIII. PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1911. NO. 27 ij® AJiTSJ® AJTij5 AJ7>? \u>r A}i>>? AJ m11 AJTi)1' AJ \ i Ready for Spring Business >t! N. R E750LVED that it 15 a dream. 5o are the Beautiful , ,vA/A.'5T5 and other J^^thinics v;f_ show' %^VoUR DREADS wiui come true ato'jr1 _mst0re/^ "V * Site >rV. O -, CC«Pvui(pHT it TM| WHY -SHOULD YOU MAKE Yol/R OWN WAISTS WHEN WE HAVE SUCH A SPLENDID ASSORT- MENT OF UP-TO-THE-MINUTE STYLES AL- READY MADE FOR YOU? GooD*S LOOK DIF- FERENT WHEN THEY ARE MADE UP, FRoM WHAT THEY DO WHEN YOU -5EE THEM IN THE PIECE. YOU CAN &E SUKE OF A FIT, Too, WHEN YOU BUY YOUR WAISTS READY-MADE A GOOD WAI.5T 98C A BETTER WAI-SI 2.48 THE BE-5T PoSSWLE •• FOR THE MONEY 2.98 South Side Square W§& Pilot Point, Texas (s$r avsy.* y.^e f'8£ * In Every Department. The new stocks of pretty stylish merchandise are rapidly nearing completion. No matter what you want, it's here, be it for ladies, gentlemen, boy or g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 3 March 1911

The Home Circle Bribed By His book. Pocket- Bribery of public officers is highly condemned by all hon- est men. The man who, hold- ing public officer, accepts a bribe which influences his official con- duct is properly denounced, as one contemporary puts it as a traitor to his trust. There is another bribery, how- ever, more dangerous because more subtle, or which the law provides no punishment and for which only the whip of public scorn can afford penalty. This bribery is by one's own pocket- book. Some men who would scorn the bribe offered by anoth- er will accept without apparent misgiving bribery from them- selves. "It will hurt my business." This is the plea made by persons who are asked to take a stand for righteousness. It is a sel- fish plea, but it is more: it is a criminal plea. It is on the same low plane of bribery that public opinion condemns and the criminal law punishes. The reformer meets the evi- dences of this subtle form of bribery when h e seeks the support of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 3 March 1911

\ K UWtAIVI ^ Paring powder The Canadian reciprocity treaty carries a proviaion to remove th«j tariff of 17'/2C per gallon from cotton seed oil which has been im ported into Canada to the extend of over a million gallons p.ir year. .This id onefeature in fav- or of the Southern farmer. J Superiority In Strength, Purify, Wholesomeness Established: U. S. Government Reports, Highest Award World's Columbian Exposition. Sixty Years the Standard. THE POST-SIGNAL. >. J. MOFFITT & SON, Pubs. Published every Friday in the I'o-tT- Signai. building southwest corner of square. ONK DOLLAR A YEAR. The Publishers are men.bers of ttie Printers' Mutual Insurance Associa- tion of Texas. THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE waters to the rich bottom lands along these rivers. Texas could be made a veritable garden 9pot by a system of storage of storm water well devloped, and this v ill I be in no distant day. A bi£ cut has been miide by Pacific Mail in frieght rates be- tween th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 3 March 1911

PAINT! PAINT! CLEAN UP! Friendship Wheat and oats are looking fine considering the weather which has continued for oyer a week and we fear the fruit crop will be short. Herbert, dont get discouraged; Wednesday the 22 being Geo. Washington's birthday, the Friendship school had a short programme celebrating his birth. A nice crowd wa3 present, both old and young. Misses May and Frankie San- ders spent Sunday with Miss Paint, Lead, Oil, Zinc, Varnish, Jap-a-lac, Enamel, Buggy, Carriage and Wagon Paint, and all colors Alabastine, for Interior Decorations at J. R. PEEL'S DRUG STORE # ♦ * #> <#> we hope there will be plenty of Lucy nice of Mustang. room on the floor for your feet ! As we didn't get to celebrate next Sunday afternoon. Arbo" day the 22, will celebrato Miss English Riddle visited her it Friday, March the 3, by setting parents in Celina the latter part out some trees in the schoolyard, of the week. Mr. Walter Coeman and wife There was a large crowd at 0f Dallas are v...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 3 March 1911

riartin Luther Stelzer. Martin Luther Stelzer was born in Saxon, Germany, Jan. 28, 1826. His father was Edmun Stelzer and his mother Margaret Stelzer. He was the youngest of a family of eight children. The strong Protestent proclivities of his parents may be seen from their naming their youngest son after the great Reformer. They belonged to the Lutheran church and their children were all rear- ed in that work and faith. When the subject < f this sketch was 14 years old, he was apprenticed to learn the blacksmith trade. He completed his apprenticeship at the age of nineteen when he took a trip over Germany. Two broth- ers had emigrated to America and wrote to him to come to the United States. This he decided to do, and in his 21st. year he took leave of the family .and started on his long journey. He had the tenderest recollection of his parents' parting blessing and their affectionate farewell on the porch of the old home in the Fa- therland. He took a sailing ves- sel at Bremen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 3 March 1911

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 3 March 1911

< I #• k * t' I t? Seed Potatoes Triumph Ohio Rose Onion Sets Seeds Bulk and Package I handle Seeds from only reliable houses. F. W. Hayden Telephone 45 'I'l'i'i'i'isama Entered at the Postofflce at Pilot Point Texas, as second-class matter. Friday, March 3, 1911. Born:—To Mr. and Mrs. J. Ad Wylie, Marlow, Okla., March 1, a girl. Mrs. A. H. King has been mak ing some improvements on her residence. The Ladies Cemetery Associa- tion meets March 14 with Mrs. Joe B. Burks and a full atten- dance is requested. Eastman Kodak Films, all sizes at G. B. Moffitt's. H. A. Hale who been sick the past three weeks is sill confined at home although gaining strength. Mrs. W. A. Kendall left Mon- day for an extended visit at Dallas and Waco. Her sister, Mrs. Stecy, accompanied her. Get ready to be tagged second Monday. We have a little farm ol 53 acres five mi. from town to tiade lor a bouse aud lot in Pilot Point.—Barton & Mofliitt. Mr. and Mrs. Fowler of Gaines- ville are the guests of her ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 3 March 1911

! For the Farmer Gumption on the Farm. When you plant, this spring, sow a few seeds of kindness. They will flourish so and produce uoh an abuudant crop of good cheer that you will be engaged to plant largely of this crop an- other. No crop pays better. The more a man goes around, the less he is apt to develop into a crank. Don't complain if you lose •orne of your grain sacks at the mill—if you have not marked them. Have every bag plainly marked. Don't be in too big a hurry. It's unwibe to work soil when it is soggy and very wet. Wait until it dries into crumbly, work- able condition. The more corn the more stock; the more stock the richer the land; the richer the land the more corn.—and there you have the secret of a rotation that is iure to bring success. Entirely tuo many people in this world are making themselves cross-eyed looking for the street of easy money. This is as vain and foolish as hunting for the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. It is a mistake to plant the same ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 3 March 1911

THE SOUTM'S QREATFST NEWSPAPER The Semi-Waekly Record FORT WORTH,TEXAS. In addition to nubscribing for your home paper, which you cannot well afford to be without, you mast have a high-claas general newspaper. As a trustworthy family paper, the Sf mi-Weekly Fort Worth Hecorn has no superior, it isu't for any limited set of people; it's for overy member of every family. If you don't find something of interest in a darticular issue—well, the editor looks on that issue as a failure. In addition to printing all the news of the in concise form, the record has special features for each member of the family. The oemarkable growth of the Record is the best evidence of its merits. By subscribing through this offce you can get The Foit Worth Semi-Weekly Record together witn the Post-Signal, both papers one year for only $1.80. or a 6-page wall map will be included for only 15c extra. Accept this remarkable offer today, The Social Center Conference. In taking the initiative in call- determined...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 3 March 1911

m®M®i®W0M ®<®m®m®. * i i i AN EXHIBITION OF EVERYTHING NEW IN SPRING WASH FABRICS. All sorts and kinds of Fine Dress and Garment Materials, from the simplest fabrics the mills turn out to the most sheer and dainty, A marvelous showing gathered here for you to make your selection for Spring, and representing the choicest productions of the foremost mifls in Linens, Cottons and Silks, ready for you in this first showing. Imported French (iinghams at 25c. Rich, soft toned imported Ginghams, the French Gingham stands without a rival for beauty of soft colors and pretty effects; the colors wash so good, and when they are done up they have not suffered from the process. Our new line is fully up to expectations. We think them prettier than ever in their stripes, checks and plaids. We are showing some exceptional values in Ladies'^Ready to Wear, including some dainty white Lingerie dressses beautifully trimmed with all-over embroideries and laces, at prices so temptingly low anyone even ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 10 March 1911

The Post-Signal. VOL XXXIII. PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1911. NO. 28 >y ami? \\ Kr yWA) jj? ASTTj? AW?A®? A®? AJTi? AJTij* \\7> ■2 iriibo* h'V £>.*3 b>: 4 y 4 s: i 4 5ft;: &3« m xXK^tfUSM ,xcm ,^w;.'£ i \ FANCIES MONDAY TAG DAY And there are many of them. There should be in springtime, for then we get the call to bloom out—to blossom. We are making it easy for you to heed the call, for in ever> department we are putting the prices on spring fancies which is going to make you bud out, From the cheapest Lawn to ^ the finest Silk you will find here just the shade you want " Copyright 1900, bjr C. E. Zimmerman C0.--N0. 23 s Remember the March Sale. Ladies Muslin Underwear per garment COMFORT The dread of breaking in new shoes in summer time may be avoided in the selection of your shoe dealer. No matter how good the shoes are there is a great deal in the proper fitting; and we consider it our fault—notyours—if your shoes do not fit right, look right, fei-l r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 10 March 1911

The Home Circle TH"; HALL OF FAME. MIMA II AIM' WILLAUI)— ItiiU'-.'".' i:i woman's tilueution. Ucil'll IUtIIiI, x 1 «-1 v > 1 O'l'l I IIV. 1"). 1S7II (fill) IllT (.1- reer ns Vil- lage ti'.lrlior iii isii;t mid la tor became head of ii girls' academy at Mlddlelmr.v, \'t. Married I>r. .lolin Willard. Opened in her Inane a boardi;rv • school for girls ;tud broadened tlm curriculum. Laid before the New Vorls legislature a plan for iuiproM ij; female eilueallou and established a seminary ai Water ford. She then founded the Tro.v Kemale seminary, in is:'„s .Mrs. Willard went to Europe and helped to start a girls' school at Athens, Greece. acter is not, no sham or artifioe can long support a semblance of it. | The principle that true worth i-* the captian who leads to victory in life's battles, isone that should be early and constantly taught by those having the tutelage of youth. 1 I <•> <& Habits of neatness, thrift order and economy should be among the first lessons ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 10 March 1911

Sixty Years tho Standard DnPRICFS G R EAM Baking Powder It makes home baldng easy and gives nicer, better and cleaner food than the M ready- made." There is no baking powder or preparation like it or equal to it for quickly and perfectly making the delicate hot biscuit, hot bread, muffin, cake and pastry. No Alum—No Lime Phosphates "Alum in baking powder Is dan* gerous and should be prohibited.** —Prof. Schweitzer, State Univ., Mo, they may reoeive only $2 per day after the expiration of the 60 days. The governor calls on the legislators to act on the fol- lowing: measures: Appropria- ti m bill, Separation of the Uni- versity and the A. and M., Pris- on revision, New text book bill, relief of supreme court and the redisricting of the state. The governor is right in urging a continuation of the regular ses- sion u ntil work is reasonably well completed. The framers of the constitution evidently did not intend for the legislature to ad- journ at the end of 60 days and thus force an ex...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 10 March 1911

Sanger. Leftridge Morris of Mi ri*tta, Okla., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Morris. Mrs. Dehart visited several days this week at Hemming. Mrs. Green is very sick this week. Mrs. Lee Moody of Gainesville visited here last week. Mr. John Frizzall who has forraely lived here but moved to Tennessee last summer returned here last week to live. Miss Vera Wilcher visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. James Sunday. Mrs. James Raed of Lindsey, Okla., is visiting with Dr. Townes and wife. Dr. Combest of Prosper was here Wednesday. Ed. Stowell went to Denton Tuesday. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Lusk Feb. 24, a girl. Andrew Spratt and family spent several days with his mother, Mrs. A. A. Spratt in Prairie Chapel neighborhood this week. Mrs. Will Shipley visited re- latives at Gainesville last week. R. V. Duncan made a business trip to Gainesville this week. Miss Coryda Peters has re- turned from a visit to Ft. Wurth. Married—W. C. Hmard and Miss Grace George at the residence o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 10 March 1911

< <" K J r 3 Seed Potatoes Triumph Ohio Rose Onion Sets Seeds Bulk and Package I handle Seeds from only reliable houses. F. W. Hayden Telephone 45 Entered at the Postofflce nt Pilot Point Texas, as second-class matter. Friday, March 10, 1911. Get ready to be tagged second Monday. Mrs. C. C. Neace is still very sick. Major Blagg of Wichita Falls was here a few days this week. Mrs. Edwards of Dallas is the guest of Miss Willie McGee. Dr. W. H. Hawley in Denton Sunday. We have a little farm of 53 acres five mi. from town to tiade for a house aud lot In Pilot Point.—Barton ite Mofllitt. Mrs. M. B. Clinkscaleof South Corolina is the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. E. Harper. Mr. and Mrs. Maphis and Mrs. Riggs of Tioga were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. Moore this week. Parent-Teachers Association. There will be a meeting: of the Parent-Teachers' Association on Thursday March 16, at 3:30 p. m., for the purpose of adopting a constitution and attending to other matters in connection with...

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