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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 31 March 1911

The Post-Signal. VOL XXXIII. PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 3/ 1911. NOJJj* mw fir AW? AJ Kr iVmr AJRr \\ > > &JA ,4/SsM?1 ?^->. WwMmk~i-< • ;\ . ■ You're going to see this spring—and wear, we hope-some of the smartest clothes ever offered to the well dressed men of this town. You'll see them in our store now; and a little later you'll see them on the men who know what good clothes are. HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX clothes—we're talking about them—are made for men of Hit' most critical taste and discrimination. Everything about these goods is exactly what yon would have it, if you were to specify all the details of your own garments. They're clothes made for the wearer, and in his interests; not simply made good enough to sell. As for style, these clothes are the product of style creators; you'll never do better in style. As for fit, leave it to us , if the clothes don't lit, we'll be more ashamed of them than you are. We'd rather not sell you clothes that don't fit...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 31 March 1911

The Home Circle HEAD AND HEART No true manhood can lie train r<l by a merely intellectual proc- ess. Yon cannot train uien h.v the Intellect alone; you must train tliem by the heart, and this shows the fundamental mis- take which is being made by some modern teachers You can never train a church out of the head. Yon may have a church so called, and you may open halls and bring to them the most scientific men in Europe, and you may lecture on all scientific topics, yet you can never make a church out of the head You must take hold of manhood by the heart if you would train it into strength and dignity and usefulness .losoph I'arker What a happy world this world would be if the innocency of childhood's tender years could be carried thru age. So while we are training them in the way they should walk, let us watch our own footsteps, and not cut off their harmless mirth to suit our tastes that have gro'vn eombre with age and care. Be as care- ful to keep the weeds out of the minds of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 31 March 1911

IVI (4 <X i ilium HER Makes Home Baking Easy. Gives nicer, better food than baker's. There is no baking powder like it for hot biscuit, hot breads and cake. Made from Pure Grape Cream of Tartar. THE POST-SIGNAL. B. J. MOFFITT & SOI\, Pubs. Published ever} Friday in the Post- Signal building southwest corner of square. ONE DOLLAR A YKAK. The Publishers nre men bers of the Printers' Muluil Insuiance Astoeia- tion of Texas. THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE Because of a falling off of the govirnment cus-ioms receipts for j the pact several month.0, it in likely that $50,000,000 of Pana- n u bonds may soon have to he iiestied. The democrat* would like to have this done before any revision is made iu the tariff lawp, po (ho necessity nf the is- sue can not he chnrtred up to th chsngrs that may be made in tho Uiiff. IT general offices NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PR'K-iPAL CITIES Advertising Rates All notices calling attention to a spec- ial occasion...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 31 March 1911

and in attempting to dismount he was thrown against the ground very hard. Newsboy. Sharpless Tubular Cream Sep- arators at R. T. Evans & Co. Bloomfield. Burton. Mi89 Hal,ie Walling Visited VVe had a fine rain last Wedn- j the last of the week in Celina. esday morning and a considera- appre-j Luther Williams and family t,je winci t>torrr that ©veiling; a.1- vieited relatives below Aubrey H mce rajn Suturday evening The i a'n Saturday was ciated by all. Oats are looking good. I guess those contemplating Friday ni^ht. School is doing fine; the chil- planting cotton have decided to jdren teem to be learning fast. returned norther Sunday John Winkler has from Sulphur Okla. Miss Annie Long visited Aubrey Saturday. Farmers are preparing their in wait s nee the night. J. S. Steele and H. (). Gordon made a buisness trip to Gaines- ville Saturday returning Sunday. T. A. Gilbert and family were cotton land preparatory to plant in Pilot Point Saturday. Also mg before long. B. F. Rawling9...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 31 March 1911

S) m>> o Cane Seed Orange or Amber Per Bushel $1.25 Peaches Dried Peaches 25-lb box for $190 Starch Argo or Eclipse Per Package 5c F. W. Hayden Telephone 45 C. L. Edwards of Dallas, an expert on pecan culture, and a frequent contributor to the Dal- las News on the subject, was in the city yesterday a few hou-s. He does considerable budding of various pec wis <>n other trees and has produced some splendid pecaii9 on hickory trees. Trees budded by his process will bear the second or third year. He went to Tioga where he is going to do considerable budding for A. K. Biadley. Seasoned poets for sale, 8 cents H. H. Barnum The Famous Moon Bros, and Banner Buggies at R. T. Evans & Co'a. Tom Wright is building a sec- ond story to his residence a few miles bouthwest of town. Entered at the Posloffice at Pilot Point Texas, as second-class matter. Friday, March 31, 1911. Miss Bernice Arnett of Butler, Okla., is the guest of Mr. and Mrp. L. G. Belew and other rela- tives and fri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 31 March 1911

♦**♦#♦###*#♦♦##♦♦##♦##♦♦#* Barnum & Company. * I ' is ♦ # 4> # <# #> ♦ # * ♦ * Have the largest stock of materia) they have ever had and are better prepared to do all kinds of WOOD AND IRON WORK I Man ever before. Hive styles and weights of Horse Shoes Qo where the crowd goes. H. H. BARNUM & CO. ALL ROUND MECHANICS <ft # ♦ # # 4> * # ♦ For the Farmer Hembers or Pilot Point Boys Corn Club. Following is a list of the boys who have enrolled in the local Corn Club. The club will be open for member ship tomorrow, and any boy may get enroll by leaving his name and adress with the Po9t-Signal or at the public school. Members whose names do not occur below please report correct name and address. Euegne Garsion, president, Willie Garner, Charlie Molder. Ozro Jackson, Yancy Conter, Bazz Williams, Chester Cloer, Roy Ellison, Gailand Ellison, Ulas Hensely, Onas Hensely, Marshall Pearce, Rube Gray, Willie Brand, Henry Simmell, William Buster, Hugh Marshall, Joe Michalek, F...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 31 March 1911

NiA, in-A i giij[|ii niijjji MijjJji H i iitjjji wjjjil ( iillAiii'i1^ rr^ iin'i^! iiiiii^' 1 ni!1^ ii'A i I'I'^'IIIIA'II Ai TEXAS SEED OATS OKLAHOMA CORN AND HAY FOR SALE. SEE || f 1 W. A. Upchurch & Son ti Telephone 50 ^|i"lll||i|||iu I • ■ I ¥ F. & M. Bank Bldg. I THE HALL OF FAME. 1 I 1 f 4 :: <• JOIIN i;itKK.\I.KAK XVI TIEIt—"The (.maker Poet." Horn • Haverhill, | .Mass.. I IT. • I S (i died . £ ' tl Hampton Falls. * n : I8'IJ Worked ; on Ills fnt Iter's • t' a r in a ii <1 ^ I e a r n e (I t ii • make slippers to earn enough '• to obtain an ^ acmleuiie edu- r cation Also taught school Then . became an editor and during his '? life edited several weekly pa . pers, mostly of the abolitionist persuasion One of his newspa- f per offices was sacked and burn- £ ed. Served for a few mouths as ^ secretary of an anti-slavery so- '• ciety in New York. During all <• this titne was sending occasion:1.! ; poems and prose sketches to va rlous periodicals, including the ® ne...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 31 March 1911

&&0.&W0 ©; :©: .©?* ■§> i © & ©; ©, I :©)C©m©M©a©M©J Our Shoes are meeting with the approval of Hen, Ladies, Boys, Misses and the little folks. For men we carry a full line of Florsheim and Keith's Kotiquerors in all Q PA & the new lasts, in Tans, Ciun Metals, Vicis and Patent at OiOU up For Ladies we carry the famous Dorothy Dodd line, in button, one, two and three ankle strap, and blucher oxfords. Don't make any difference what you want A we have them in Velvet, Suede, Patent, gun metal, tan, and vici,'at 2.50 to T.UU For the Little Folks we have the popular Buster Brown Blue Ribbon Shoes O fin in any leather or all the popular lasts at 1.50 to tiUU Ladies' Sample Slippers, all leathers 1.00 to 1.25 Children's Sample Slippers, all leathers 50c Our Anniversary and Faster Sale has been attended by a great many economical buyers. If you haven't been in it will pay you to investiRate. A pleasure to show you whether you care to look or buy. West Side Square Pilot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 7 April 1911

The Post-Signal. VOL XX XIII. PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, A PHIL 7, 1911 NO. 32 TiXAHi).A) !£? AiT£?A^AJT£?ScSdSlsSAK?A^A^?A^TXA^A^A^h)!iSfi3?A^Ti?A^);AiTi?AiTiXA^&«§&*&A) M?AS^PA)'!?A^ AKi'AJfrSPA)^"AKi*JV2 mUivM wm 1)V: + ' >;•' J ^ivi^^tTn m€ Copyright IQOQ, by C. F. Zimmerman C0.--N0 11 Caster marks the sure echo of Spring. All na- ture awakens, brighten up and blooms out, and you ought to do likewise. No one ever helped you as much as we will this year, both in goods and prices. Counters and shelves groaning under the pressure of Dainty Spring apparrel. LADIES' SKIRTS. Our stock comprises an excellent showing of new models in 1911 Skirts, various style fabrics are represented—Serges, Cream and colors, Mohairs, Voiles and fancy Suitings. Also a full line of wash skirts Price range 1.25 to 18.50 LADIES' WAISTS No better vtlues were ever offer- ed by us. No daintier will be shown this season 983 up LADIES' NECKWEAR No lines in our store fchows the result of careful ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 7 April 1911

The Home Circle A HELPING WORD A nameless man amid a crowd that thronged the cl:iiI> uiart Let fall a word ot hope and love. unstudied, troui the heart, A whisper on the tumult thrown, a transitory breath- It raised a brother from the dust. It saved a soul from death. O germ, O fount, O word of love. O thought at random east. Ye were but little at the tirst. but mighty at the last —Charles MacUay. Words in Tears. Written for the Post-Signal. No words are so impreBnive or speak so much as the silent wotds spoken in tears. Reproof or ad- vice, though gently given, in words, do not count as much in some things as the same amount spoken in tears; for tears speak the true sentiment of the heart and the lips do not. In studying this topic one day our minds run back to th« time of our teens, when like the boys and girb of today, we wanted to have a good time, and we sought for this good time in some of the so-called pleasure games such as checkers, dominoes and cards, to which our good ...

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

1 For making quickly and per- fectly, delicious hot biscuits, hot breads, cake and pastry there is no substitute for Dr.PRICE'S CREAM Baking Powder Sixty Years the Standard Made from pure Grape Cream of Tartar No Alum—No Lime Phosphates "I am entirely opposed to the use ol alum In Baking Fowders."—Prof. Chandler, Columbia Univ. Read the Label " Alnm, sodium alum, basic aluminum sulphate, sulphate of aluminum, all mean the same thing — namely, BURNT ALUM."—Kansas State Board of Health. THE POST-SltiNAL. tt. J. MOFFI'IT & SON, I'uhs, Published every Friday in the I'ost- Signai. building southwest corner ol square. ONK DOLLAR A YKAR. The Publisher are men bers of the Printers' Muiual Insuiance Associa- tion of Texas. THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE trial and that it had the opportu- nity for the first time in sixteen yearn to prove its worthiness for a sli 1 higher expression of confi- dence on the part of the Ameri- can people. GENERAL OFFICES new york and ch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 7 April 1911

her mother Mrs j Sanger. W. Ketner is on ihe Mrs. G. sick fist. Scarlet fever scarce about over here and all the children return ed to school last week, no new oases. The remains of C. N. Nance ville visited here this week. Work is now being done to im prove the p irk, w,ilks are being made and gravel hauled Quite a change i* taking place which will help our town. Mr. and Mrs. Martin moved Monday to Collinsville. There were six baptized Sun- were shipped here Thursday day evening at Duck Creek two from Granite, Oklahoma. He or three miles from Sanger, wae buried at Bolivar cematery, ReVl Wheeler the Pastor of the Thursday aftarnoon. He was Christian church baptizing them, well known here had many Alice Dehart is very sick, friends who regret to hear of his. Mrs. Vada Sprattis very sick death. this week. E. P. Arkins is in Oklahoma Mrs. Hall living two or three this week. miles from here died Siturday. Miss Nell Harter is at Prosper Funeral services were couducted Miss View midst by ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 7 April 1911

) \ € Cane Seed Orange or Amber Per Bushel $1.25 Peaches Dried Peaches 25-lb box for $1.90 Starch Argo or Eclipse Per Package 5c F. W. Hayden Telephone 45 I Entered at the Postofflce at Pilot Point Texas, as second-class matter. Friday, April 7, 1911. Now is the time to buy your Easter hat. Como first of week and get your hat or leave your ordor and avoid the Easter rush. —Mis?es Stinnetts. Mercer Henderson who is working in Denton is spending a few days here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Henderson. Mrs. G. E. Light and son, George, returned home this week from a visit in San Antonio, Mar- lin and other points. Mrs. G. H. Clifton wab called Tuesday to Britton to dee her brother who is very low with pneumonia. J. A. Barnard and family of Dallas were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Flake Sunday. They came through the country in their auto. XIX Century Club With Mrs. Flake as hostess, the ' meeting Wednesday afternoon was a mo if pleasant one. Miss Cook* the Vice President presid- ed...

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

For the Farmer Cultivate for Dry Season. We are told in the Scriptures of the good man of the house, who, if he had known what hour of the night the thief would come would not suffered his house broken into. And doubtless many mistakes ihat were made last year could have been avoided if it had been known at the be- ginning of the year that the sea- son would be an exceptionally dry one. But this fact was not known. None of us know what the sea- son this year will be, but experi- ence and the records of the wea- ther bureau show that dry sea- sons often come in cycles. No one need be surprised if this year proves to be another dry season. At any event, we should arrange our ^system of management to conform to a dry year. The methods of cultivation ad- apted to dry seasons are recom- mended for seasons of ample rainfall. Deep breaking, except under special soil conditions, shallow and frequent cultivation and level or comparatively level planting are generally advanta- geous and shoul...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 7 April 1911

AMERICAN BEAUTY CORSETS When you pur- chase a corset you want one that has STYLE It is equally im- portant that the same corset be COMFORTABLE and if you can al- so have one that WEARS WELL and that corset can be bought at a REASONABLE PRICE ONE DOLLAR UP you have ell the requisites of a splendid corset. AMERICAN BEAUTY CORSETS have every one of these excel- lent features and many more. Every improvement as exacted by fashion is combined ih these dainty garments nartin & Wilfong .J i&aiTlJeai ty (Jorseta ' t ' i r .... : <1 t!i: h;.ll of fame. josf.ph stoi:v list iiinl Inw writer Kniiuent ju- norn M: r- li I e h o it <1. Mass., Sept. IS, 17 7!); died Ciira- b r i d g e, Mass., Fopt. 10, 1st Graduate < f Harvard at nineteen, he began t Ii e practice of law three years later, was elect- ed a Democratic member of con- gress at twenty-nine and at tliir- ty-two was appointed an asso- £ elate Jus tice of the I'nited States supreme court, which place lie <§• held till d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 7 April 1911

I) Correspondence Bloomfield. Continued from page four. The Union meets every Sun- day evening and they report a nice time . The crop prospect was never more promising at this season of the year than it is now. if the seasons will just hold out, Mr. Price, I think we will get that bumper crop. Most all the young people at- tended the singing Sunday night at Jake Craven's. Joe Taylor and Hub Huey made a spin over to the East prairie one day last week hunt- ing a grass pasture for their sur- plus stock. There wasn't any one from our part of the country attended 1st. Monday at Gainesville this time on account of the rain. We had several wind and sand storms the past week. The people are afraid to shoot at a chicken over here for fear they might hit an agent of some kind. Squire Alex Wooten went to town Saturday and purched a brand new cultivator. There ia going to be something doing ov- er in happy hollow. Dady Brewer contemplates the building of a new wagon shed, cotton seed house and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 14 April 1911

The Post-Signal. VOL XXXIII. PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, A PHIL 14, 1911. NO. MllHMVli) FASHION HERALDS THE RETURN OF THE LACES || After a Period of Neglect, almost of Disuse, They have Come Back, an Exquisite, Billowy Tide of Loveliness That Has Swept Over the Entire Fashionable World. 9J\ m m M m jr- 89 || m Lace iH everywhere. Ninety-nine out of every hundred of the new gown-creations are trimmed with it. Whole gowns are made of it. The only exceptions to its almost univer- sal use are the more severe of the tailor- mades, and even these show sailor collars and cuffs of heavy handsome Venise. A visitor to Fifth Avenue and its most exclusive shops the last of last week, dis- covered jnst one gown among the hundreds of models that showed no touch of lace. THE FURORE FOR WIDE BANDS One similarity runs through all this im- mense varied taste in lace—the use of the wide band. Nearly all the laces are made up in this form. Bands as wide as an all- over trim the bottom of a skirt or fin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 14 April 1911

The Home Circle LIVING THOUGHTS Make vniimplf nests of plea* nut iIkmiuinm Nunc hi us mm knows, for none of us hits been tauRlit In early you11). \vtint fa Ir> palaces we may build of beau tlfiil thoughts, proof against art versify-bright fancies, sails tied memories, noble histories, faithful savings, treasure houses of precious and restful thoughts which care cannot disturb nor pain make gloomy nor poverty take away from us—houses built without hands for our souls to ll\ e in Ituskin If a Man Die Shall he live Again? Back of the happiness of the season at Easter lies the hope of the soul, the augmenting certain ty with which man antwurs this question. It is one of the oldest of all questions. In the morning glow of time, by the fields of Egy- pt and the plains of Chaldea, men sought to solve the mystery. The Indian talked of hunting gro • unds, and the man of business in Chicago and London drops his papers on his desk and finds him self wondering whether he will have any part o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 14 April 1911

% Sixty Years the Standard Dr.PRICfS C REAM Baking Powder A straight, honest, Cream ot Tartar Baking Powder. Made trom Grapes. Makes better, more healthful food. Sold without deception, NO ALUM-NO LIME PHOSPHATE "Alum In food must therelore act as a poison.'* —Prof. Johnson, Yale University. Read the labeL Buy no baking powder uniess the label shows it to be made from Cream of Tartar• THE POST-SIGNAL. 0. J. MOFFITT & SON, Pubs. charge of the boll waevil inves- tigations in the south. His son was his assistant and is oonsid ered the best person to continue Published every Friday in the 1'ost Signal building southwest corner of [ the work of Dr- Knapp, in this square. line. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. The Publishers are members of the Printers' Mutual Instilance Associa- tion of Texas. THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES Advertising Rates All notices calling attention to a spec- ial occasion for the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 14 April 1911

Oak Hill Items. j Sanger are visiting his mother Crops of all kinds are looking ^r9, ^Pratt* j.jne j Buddie Wilson of Aubrey atten- Mrs. E. S. Marriot spent Mon- j ded churc1' here Sunda-V 1 ^ht- day with Mrs. J. D. Bushong of Bloomfield. Keen spent Prof. Grisham will teach a singing school here this summer beginning first Monday in Aug- ust. Misses Edna and Mollie Burns were the guests of Miss Ethel Tay lor of Bloomfield Monday. Singing Sunday night was good- Mi. Willie Jones of Clarendon Texas is visiting in our commun- ity this week. Most every one attended Sec- or.d Monday. Misses Ruth and Iva Davis spent Sunday with Misses Mina and Burnie Robison of Bloom- field. The BaptUt Union is moving along nicely. Some attended the close of the singing school at Hemming Sat- urday night. Mrs. E. E. Jordan left Monday for Clarendon, Texas at which place she will make her futnre home. Rev. Ford will fill his regular appointment here Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Carl Scoggins of Burton spent a f...

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