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

For the Farmer The publishers o£ the Post- Signal invites its readers, espe- cially the farmers to contribute articles to this department. Give your experience with the differ- ent crops—anything that will be helpful toothers. We want to make this department interesl- in and helpful to all interested in farming;, poultry raising, gar- dening and fruit raiding. The Poultry Yard. The March-hatched pullets will be the early fall layers. Many incubator chicks are killed with kindness by being overfed and kept too warm. You need not be afraid the hens will eat too much crushed shells. Let them have all they want* Make it a rule to count the biddies every day. Some folks never do this. They might be robbed and never know it. I have heard the advice given to feed the chicks all they will eat up clean. That won't do. They will eat up clean (the first week or two) more than they have any business eating. Hard enough to sit for three weeks, without having to be gnawed all the time by insects ...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 10 March 1911

THE SOUTH'S GREATFST NEWSPAPER The Semi-Waek y Record FORT WORTH, TEXAS. In addition to subscribing for your home paper, which you cannot well afford to be without, you must have a high-clasa general newspaper. As a trustworthy family paper, the Semi-Weekly Fort Worth Recorn has no superior. It isu't for any limited set of people; it's for every 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 Fort 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, NEWS IN BRIEF. The news comes from China that unless relief is secured the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 10 March 1911

Iw6chbaum Clothes. Auasak It.VNO TA,H.OWtaj Our Men's, Young Men's and Boys' CLOTHING Never in our history have we been so well prepared to fill your every want, whether it be something moderate in price or the higher grades of merchandise. Wearing apparel that is ''clever" and "uncommon" things that one would not expect to find outside of the ' smart" shops abroad. If you naven't already visited our store do so now when you can get your choice of Spring Togs Our Clothing comprises all the new shades of Gray and lirown with the prettiest line of blue and fancy serges added. For men's footwear we carry Florsheim, Keith Kon- querorand Endwell. The reputation of our men's Shoes have been established by having each season, not only the new styles but as high class of footwear as can be found anywhere at i 50 to 5 00 For boys we carry the popular Buster Brown Shoe in any style, last or leather 2 00 " 2 50 Come expecting to find just what your wife or sweetheart admires and we assure you ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 17 March 1911

The Post-Signal. VOL XXXIII. PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAHOII 17, 1911. NO. 20 m* A\ WiuWiVmr WTo5 AXTIr tVUTfAX* > A\mvw The name Dutchess is on every button: • This warranty is sew- ed inside of every pair: You may buy a pair of Dutchess Trousers from $2 to $6 and wear them two months. For every suspends button that comes off we will pay you TEN CENTS. If they rip in the seat or elsewhere, we will pay you ONE DOLLAR or give you a new pair. Look for the Button; Look for the Warranty It is a positive assurance of honest value and satisfaction. RUSSELL BROS. CO., The home of the Dutchess in Pilot Point, Texas, $20 Lost: The above is a reproduction of the 'ad" on an envelope which contained two ten dollar bills and a bank book, with the name of Mrs flamie Parker on book. Was lost by her Wednesday between F. & M. Bank and J, P, Cooper's resi- dence. Reward for its return to her at Russell Brothers Co.'s. I he proof of the real value of the Stetson Hat is the success of its mak...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 17 March 1911

The Home Circle The crowning grace of home ie cheerfulness. Let method be your servant and not your master. Look on the funny side of your annoyances. The spirit of order must reign in a house before the children can acquire it. The best way to get along in this world is to take things ea^y. If you are disappointed, laugu it off and resolve to enjoy yourself in spite of an occasional streak of hard luck. Hard luck soon tires of pursuing a jolly dia- | position. Street Impression. The street impresses us with j the fact thatlife is full of preten- i tions and sham. What sub- terfuge. what double dealing, I what two-facedness! Do all the ! people who wish you a good- . morning really hope you a happy day? Do all the people who shake hands love each other. Are all those anxious about your health who inquire concerning it? Do all want to see you who ask you to cull? Does all the world know half as much as it pretends to know? Is there not many a wretched utock of goods with a brilliant ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 17 March 1911

Sixty Years the Standard f ) CREAM BAKING PtWDQt A Cream of Tartar Powder Made from Grapes NO ALUM THE POST-SIGNAL. B. J. MOFFITT & SON, Pubs. Published every Friday in the Post- Signal building southwest corner of square. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. The Publishers are members of the Printers' Mutual Insurance Associa- tion of Texas. THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE dLttUa, GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PR'K ii^AL CITIES Advertising Rates All notices calling attention to a spec- ial occasion for the raising of money for charitable purposes or for public benefit will be charged for at the rate of 3c a line. Resolutions of Respect and Obituaries will be charged for at the rate of 2%c a line, (i words make a line. All business locals will be charged for at the rate of 10c a line for first insertion and 5c a line for each subsequent inser- tion without change. Rates for display ads furnished on ap- plication. Time Table SOUTH BOUND M. K. AT. No...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 17 March 1911

Bloomfield. We are having Home real fine spring weather the past week. We need a shower of rain on the oats and the gardens. Lenny Miller and family vis- ited his father, John Miller, at Walnut Bend the past week. Bud Sanders and family of Oklahoma is visiting relatives in Bloomfield and Burns. Jay Wooten went to Gaines- ville First Monday. The writer and sister visited D. W. Robison and family Sun- day. Lee Porter and wife of Fort Worth visited his father, J. W. Porter, at this place a few days the past week. There was Binging at the ohurch Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones were the guests of Uncle Henry French Sunday. The stockholders of telephone lines Nos. 245, 250, 177 and 191 held a meeting Saturday night to decide the question of putting up cedar posts from the city lim- its to Bloomfield. Uncle Jesse Webster was in the burg Saturday looking ae cunning as a mouse. He said he had his corn planted. Squire S. M. Davis had a trial in his court Saturday. It was a molasses cas...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 17 March 1911

h > 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 Postoftlee at Pilot Point Texas, as second-class matter. Friday, March 17, 1911. Miss Annie Peel arrived yeeter- day from St. Louis to visit her brothers Arthur and John Peel. Mr. Bob Bryant who has been working in Oklahoma returned home Wednesday. We have a little farm ol 53 aores five ni. from town to titule for n house aud lot in Pilot Point.—Barton & Mofflitt. Mrs. O. A. Ross and grandson, Orus, of Dallas, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moore. Hugh Harper left Tuesday for northern Oklahoma where he will superintend some municipal work for the Oneil Engineerin g Co. of Dallas. Better bring your cultivator plows before you have to have them. Barnum & Co. Mrs. J. A. Drye and Mrs. J. B. Pondrom went to Hemming Tues do,y to see Riley Strickland who is sick with pneumonia. Miss Irma Gough of T. C. U. at Fort Worth a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 17 March 1911

Barnum & Company. # # # # * * #> # * t # have the largest s>tock of material they have ever had and are better prepared to do all kinds of WOOD AND IRON WORK Than ever before. Five styles and weights of Horse Shoes Qo where the crowd goes. H. H. BARNUM & CO. ALL ROUND MECHANICS # * <# # * the double duty of making new | foliage and maturing fruit in a single season. "The January j freeze," Mr Bushaway said "has ! practically eliminated the Dugat orange for Texas. "The Dugat compares favor- ably with some Florida round oranges in quality but it won't , stand our cold."—Southwestern Farmer. For the Farmer The Cows. A cow well sheltered takes one third less feed. Cream must ripen more in cold weather if it churns quickly. Milk that freezes loses a great part of the cream. The separator saves this. Silage is absolutely the cheap- est dairy feed and most easily handled. Some cows begin to "go back" when they reach the age of 8, but there are many still profitable at 14. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 17 March 1911

^ ,|„,|^I„|,|A ,,i^i.|HI^!.||,|I^I'.||||A|||.'^ - ^ ^ I 'A i 1 TEXAS SEED OATS OKLAHOMA CORN ANO HAY FOR SALE. SEE W. A. Upchurch & Son F. & M. Bank Bldg. { 4 =1 Telephone 50 m*""*?*1 T" J'""' OTh 1J liJ-SS""""!? t I THE HALL OF FAME. ? w « & 4 t 4 ULYSSES S (SHAN'T— Ameri- can general. eighteen!li president of Unit e d States Horn Point Plens- jiiit. ().. April •JT, died Mount Me- (Jregor. N. \ .. .1 uly ■_'!?. 1KS3. Was gradu- ated from West Point In IKiu Serv- t>d through Mexican) wai as < tli cer Left army in Is.Yi and set tied near St Louis Ueusned to Galena. III.. In 18110. (4 tiered services when civil war began and was appointed colonel of * Twenty-tirsl Illinois lulaniry '* June IT. lXiil. aud received com- " mission i.s brigadier genw.i in I ronton. Mo., auk " After cap- * taring Forts I' .'nelson and lien ry early in 1st;:: was madt major * Ken era I of volunteers After taking V'cksburg July -I. IN>;>. * was made general in reg- V ular army VX'as m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 17 March 1911

Unusual Showing of Ladies' and Misses Dresses. Our Mr. Steinlein picked up a special lot of dresses in styles that Dame Fashion has set her approval on:— S'7 5o Mescaline Foulards, beautiful assortment of colors, only 12.50. A beautiful line of net dresses, you can't keep from admiring the styles and wonder^how^tbty^cn be jold for the price; 20.00 values 15.00, and 30.00 values 25.00. 20.00 Cream Serge suits guaranteed all wool guaranteed satin lining only ,5 co.r Cutm crd C.ecm with pink stripe all wool serge Skirts, worth double our price, on'y 4.95. A lovely line of Lingerie Dresses elaborately trimmed with| lace and cmbroitleric®, worth 7.00 and up at 4.95 and up. Ladies' house dresses, large assortment of weaves and colors, only 1,50 and up. mut Cities^ Pilot feint 5 size c'o not ofttn have the opportunity ol having such a large assortment to choose from. We invite all who appreciate real up to- date mtidh£n<]iie,[ard caie fir[a I ig saving, tocome in Saturday and inspect ab...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 24 March 1911

The Post-Signal. vol xxxiii. pilot point, texas, fkiday, march 24, 1911. no. 30 Copyrlcht 1909, by C. K Zimmerman Co.--No. 68 gf! 53fl m m 38flt m w m In order that you may be prepared for the summer's heat, and not have it catch you nap- ping, with nothing but heavy clothing we have put on a BEFORE SUMMER SALE Our Prices are Always Lower, Our Stock Always Larger, Our Styles Always Newer. STAPLES 36 inch Hope Bleached Do- mestic Red Seal Qinghanis two to 01/ A ten yd. lengths 0/2w Good Prints go at only 7/zC 4c Ladies' Ready-to-Wear 4.95 12.50 New 7.50 late Model Skirts all colors Messaline and Foulard Dresses Laces, Emb'y, Etc. 5c Torchon Lace now only 100 Doz. Val. Laces, 7 i-ac C« kind now ww 18 inch Embroidery now only 3VsC 15c White and Wash Goods 6 i-2c and 7 1-2C Lawns A- only tU 75c Pure White Linen 48c 25c Flaxons 19c. Col. Flaxons 15c Shoes and Oxfords 2.45 2.95 2.45 Men's 3.00 Welt Oxfords Tan, Pat. & Vici Men's 3.50 Welt Oxfords Tan, Pat. and Vici Ladies' 3.50 Shoes ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 24 March 1911

The Home Circle BOASTING IS BAD. Monstin^ unci tilUMieriny art* us objectionable iitlluQji uallulls as HUioiiu Inclividiials. and Hit' pub 111- wen nt a great nation owe It tn thett sense of niituiiial self re f.|ie«-t 111 speak courteously of foretell powers, just as a lirave anil self respecting man treats all around liitii courteously lint though to (ioiisI is bud and Pll Uselessly to llisilll ailotbei worse, yet worse than all is it to lie uuilty hi iioiiNiliiK. even with • >i11 insult and when called to ihc priNit to lie unable lo make such honsitnc jjood There is a Iio111<;i\ old adiiKe which runs "Speak softly and carry a big stick Vnu will no far' II the American nation will speak soft iy and yet litiiid and keep ill a pilch ot tiie inchest training ii thoroughly elticient navy the Monroe doctrine will no far.— Theodore Ibmsevelt. The sky is not less blue because the blind man cannot see it It is a thousand times easier to contract a new habit than to get rid of an old...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 24 March 1911

In buying baking powder examine the label and take only a brand shown to be made with Cream of Tartar DrffflCFS Baking Powder A pure, wholesome, reliable Grape Cream ol Tartar Baking Powder. Improves the flavor and adds to the healthiulness oi the food. No Alum—No Lime Phosphate Both Reduce the Healthiulness of the Food. *' I am qnlte positive Ibat the use ol atom baking powder should be condemned." —Prof. Vaaghan, University of Mickigan. Read the Label and remember thai "Alum, sodium alum, basic aluminum sulphate, sulphate of aluminum, all mean tbe same thing — namely, BURNT ALUM."—Kaiua* State Board ofHtalth. THE POST-SIGNAL. B. J. MOFFITT & SON, Pubs. Published every Friday in the Post- Signal building southwest corner of square. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. The Publishers are men.hers of the Printers' Mutual Insuiance Associa- tion of Texas. THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE general offices NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PF'M iPAL CITIES Advertising Rates...

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

AT THE SAHE OLD STAND With lots of new Goods, just such as the present season demands, I want to assure you that I am anxious for and want your patronage, and am determined to leave nothing undone on my part to merit same, or show a lack of appreciation for past considerations. I have tried to use judgement and discretion in my se- lections for this season and feel that I am prepared to fill your every want fly motto has ever been to: "Live and Let Live " I have never marked my goods away up preparatory for a cut price in a sale, liave always felt that a legitimate profit was just and right for every merchant, and I would not attempt to insult your intelligence by claiming to sell you at anJ below wholesale cost, and con- tinue in business. But I do claim to sell >ou good, straight, honest goods as cheap as anybody, and to prove my claim I invite an inspection of our offerings. All I ask is a chance at your business and then 1 will abide your decision. I pro- pose to meet any leg...

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

d oiaioes Triumph Onion Sets Seeds Bulk and Package I handle Seeds from only reliable houses. F. W. Hayden Telephone 45 Rntered utthe Postoftlee at Pilot Point Texas, as second-class matter. Friday, March 24, 1911. Will Covert was here Saturday and Sunday to see his mother. Mrs. N. H. Stanley who has been sick for two weeks is up again. Mrs. I. G. Ethribge of Dallas is the guest of her parents' Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Gainer. Pure Buff Rock Eggs, $1 per j setting of 16. Mrs. T.J. Elder j Mrs M E. Wright and Miss Bessie Momtgomery were in Dal- las this week. We have the list of the Boys Corn Club and will publish next week. El Progresso Club. The El Progresso Club met on Tuesday March 21st. with Mrs. Dr. Atkins. .Wk had quitfc an in- teresting business hour all taking | part in the discussions of the day. We then enjoyed a very pleasant social hour. A very interesting paper was read by Mis. Joe B. Burks. Riiadii g Mis. Mitchell, j Music, Mrs. Emory Watson. (Reading, Mrs. Jim Smith. Mus- s...

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

Post-Signal Supplement, March 24, 1911. School Notes. The El Progresso Club at a re- cent meeting donated to the echoo' the Kindergarten supplies which the club had. The gift makes a moat valuable addition to the school equipment and is highly appreciated by both pu- pils and teachers. The pretty little tables, the nice building blocks and the manual training and other kind* of apparatus have added greatly to the attrac tivenesn of the primary depart- ment and have very noticeabl> increased the interest and enthu- siasm of the pupils. The school wishes to thank the Club most kindly for the valuable benefac- tion. One of the liveliest and most helpful contests we have ever had in school is the one n >w be- ing waged by the Senior class for a gold medal to be given by the Shakei-pexre Club for the best work in American History. There are eleven in the cla*s and appaiently each member expects the medal. The work is consid- erably more advanced than the usual United States history...

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

* Barnum & Company. ♦ ft # * ♦ t #> t t t ft Have the largest stock of material they have ever had. and are better prepared to do all kinds of WOOD AND IRON WORK Than ever before. Five styles and weights of horse Shoes Qo where the crowd goes. H. H. BARNUM & CO. ALL ROUND MECHANICS ft ft ft ft ft ft ft * ft ft ft For the Farmer Texas Industrial Congress Contest. At the request of the Texas In- dustrial Congress, I wish to di- rect the attention of the farmers of this community to the unpre- cedented offer by that body to those who are willing to make a special effort at intensive farm- ing. While it is a little late in the season, there is still time to enter the contest. It will not cost one cent to join. Send me your name and address, state which one of the propositions you take, state where your land is located. Corn you have already planted may be used, and you have plen- ty of time for cotton. Remem- ber that in going into this you have everything to gain and no- thi...

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

sajs ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ rniiniiil!nni')|Hii^' i TEXAS SEED OATS OKLAHOMA CORN AND HAY FOR SALE. 5EE W. A. Upchurch & Son 5L Telephone 50 F. & M. Bank Bldg. V*V'NV* established : THE HALL CF FAIYiE. BKNJAMIX I'HANKI.IN I'a- in o u s American philosopher. statesman, diplomatist and author. Horn Boston. Jan. 17. 17o i; died Philadel- phia. April 17, 1700. Learn- ed printer's trade a n <1 Pennsylvania Ga- zette at Philadelphia in 17120. Founded Philadelphia library in 1731. Began publishing "l'oor Richard's Almanac" in 17:t'J. Founded American Philosophical society and University of Penn- sylvania in 171:?. Was awarded Copley medal by Hoy a! society in 17.r>3 for demonstrating by ex- periments made with a kite dur- ing a thunderstorm that light- ning is a discharge of elec- tricity. Member of Ci ntlnen- tal congress and one of com- mittee of live to draw up Dec- ! .ration > f Inde| end .Mice, of which he was a signer. Ambas- sador to France during Revolu- tionary war and...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 24 March 1911

GREAT ANNIVERSARY AND EASTER SALE i The most Rertiarkable Merchnntile B>cnt Ever attempted in Pilot Point. I he extremely low prices all through our store will be the great incentive for buyers who care to sa\e money. March 251I1 1010 we carried through a deal, enabling us to operate a chain ot six stores. In our notice we promised the peo- ple of I ilot Point and \i<. ! \ il M vsc vMuldteil them nothing bi t prod ri liable goods, and that we would make prices as never before made in the history of PilotfPoint We fulfilled ttr | n 11 i.'-e to tlu >. ; islnction ni tlnif-anils I he proof and re uit is that we are the fastest growing Dry Goods Concerns in North Texas. (Jur but-iiuss nulluc..- l it in inn ni t! the rtsuli < 1 years <>1 expt <. nee and inn Jul .study. All our six stores receive their goods through our one buyer, Mr. <Steinlein, w ho „>-tj s in tbe ntai Ktt, buying iniy whtn jm cds ate offered at a big di unt and frequently by closing enormous ...

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