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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 14 April 1911

* c <1 • • Cane Seed Orange or Amber Per Bushel $1.25 Peaches Dried Peaches 25-lb box for $i.yo Starch Argo or Eclipse Per Package 5c F. W. Hayden Telephone 45 Entered at the Postofflce at Pilot Point Texas, as second-class matter. Friday, April 14, 1911. Now is the time to buy your Easter hat. Come first of week and get your hat or leave your order and avoid the Easter rush. —Misses Stinnetts. Mrs. O. E. Cooper went to Fort Worth yesterday. Rev. T. H. Morris was in Dal- las several days this week. Mrs. Gibbs of Fort worth is the guest of her sister Mrs. N. H. Erwin. Choice white Wyandotte eggs for hatching, $1.00 for 15. Mrs. Riley Taylor, Pilot Point, Texas. Mrs. Laura McAdams of Victor Colo, is expected here today to visit her brother Gordon Elmore and other relatives. Preaching at the church of Christ Sunday morning and at night by the pastor, Eld. E. L. Cochran. "hE TOO!" We are in the high market look- ing for Eggs. We have the mon- ey to lose, so bring them on. Elmore &...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 14 April 1911

For the Farmer Texas Corn Contest. To all Contestants: Entries in our corn and [ instances agriculture ia the lead- er in club work. Securing im- col_ migration, increasing production, ton contest closed April 1st, with over 1050 contestants enrolled from 100 counties. In a few days we shall publish in the newspapers of the state a com- plete list of these counties, show- ing the number uf entries from each, and also stating the num- ber of men, women, boys and girls who are trying for the prizes. Your attention is directed to j their products. The price is the the rules of the contest requiring thinS' The Commerical Clubs vou to raise both corn and cot- |that can °Pen UP a better raarket for the farm products have ac- complished as much as if tiey improving public highways and ! improving live stock has been a part of the work of clubs and | many country fairs have been ! held where agricultural products have been exhibited with satis- ! factory results, but the Beau mont Chamber o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 14 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 , ,r u-. 11 c/hnetnbariSjieodty you have all the <|or«u> requisites of a splendid corset. * r AMERICAN BEAUTY CORSETS have every one of these excel- lent features and many more. Every improvement as exacted by fashion is combined in these dainty garments riartin & Wilfong New Country School Law Features Of Bill Establishing High Schools and Country Boards of Trustees. The new country high school law, passed by the Thirty-second Legislature recently adjourned, and which will be in effect before the next school year, September 1, is receiving considerable atten- tion from those interested in schools. One special feature of the law as applied to common schools, aside from providing for the establishment of count-y high schoo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 14 April 1911

EASTER SHOWING We way to you, without the slightest fear of contradiction, that we were never in a better position to fill the wants of Father, Mother Sister or little Brother. "\Ve are anxious to show you mich values as these: Ladies' Waists beautifully trimmed with laces and embroideries at © m Ladies1 White Lingerie Dresses, beautifully trim- med with lace and embroidery, at only 4.95 to Nice assortment of Children's Dres$es, sizes 4 to 14, at only 50c to Ladies' and Children's fancy Parasols at 25c to Ladies' Silk Petticoats, all colors, 5.00 value only Ladies' Silk Petticoats, all colors, 7,00 value only Ladies Silk Gloves in all the popular shades, old rose, blue pink white, tan and black, 50c to 6.95 1.00 2.50 2 95 4 95 1.50 and up Ladies' Skirts in Voils, Panamas and Serges, 2.50 to 11.95 A large assortment of Ladies Silk Dresses in Mescaline, Pongee and Foulards, worth more than we are ask- ing, price 10.00 to Baster clothes for the boj s designed for service as well as dre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 21 April 1911

The Post-Signal. VOL XXXIII. PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1911. NO. 34 iillliiiiliiil m #tii l Behind# Coin 22AI u §s m m 9J\ In our store is a help to you; her purpose is to make your shopping what it should b*:—a pleasure. It is her duty to know fash- ions, so she can aid you. If you should need her in matching or in getting harmony in Dolors, or beauty in contrast, you will find the girl behind the counter in our store to be Intelligent, Courteous and Anxious to Please. She must be if she is going to be a part of this institution. H m INTERESTING SPECIALS FGR ECONOMICAL BUYERS m 95 § w 22ft m P w 36 in, Hope Bleach Domestic 7 1-2C ioc value Lace, per yard 5c 12 1-2C Lawns per yard 9c 6 i-2c Lawns per yard 5c 75c Table Linen per yard 48c 1,25 Table Linen per yard q8c 25c Flaxons per yard iQC Ladies new style all wool 7.50 Skirts only 4.95 New Automobile Linen Coats 3 50 6 knit vests for 25c 15c Ladies' Vests, each 10c 25c Drapery per yard 19c 35c Drapery per yard 25c 20c ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 21 April 1911

The Home Circle GOOD COOKING Prohabh the imisi iin| <irtu 11' thinn in keeping bonne is clean Uness Nothing t-oiiI<1 hi' tin>i<.- delightful to a mini ilian n well cooked dinner served on 11 spot- lessly clean cloth and dishes and opposite to hiui h pretty wife, smiling lit him. clad in a spotless dress As lo the <ooklU« itself Kood home cooking consists in having a {rood cook, good raw material, n good range and good Interest In the result of the cooking It means, tirst of all. an egg properly boiled, a potato properly baked, a loaf properly raised with good yeast, a piece of meat cooked and not killed with spit es. and of course, it means that a kitchen must lie presided over by one wh • looks upon the work as an art mid with enthusiasm Font meals a day aii' not too many it youi up petite demands them three meals are plenty and two meals are not too tew A man should never eat when tie i> not linn grv Ami I do say eniphattral ly tint! tlii.se who do liti work shot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 21 April 1911

i n Superiority in Strength, Purity, Wholesomeness Established: U. S. Government Reports, Highest Award World's Columbian Exposition. Sixfy Years the Standard THE POST-SIGNAL. 0. J. MOFFITT & SON, Pubs. Published every Friday in the Post- Signal build ino southwest corner of square. ONE DOLLAR A YKALL The Publishers are men bers of the Printers' Mutual Insumnce Associa- tion of Texas. THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE ;j 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 raising of money for | charitab'e purposes or for public benefit j will be charged for at the rate of 3c a j line. Resolutions of Respect and Obituaries | will be charged for at the rate of a ■ line. 6 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...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 21 April 1911

Friendship The rain which fell Monday and Monday night was appreci- ated by everyone. Mrs. Will Elliott and Miss Eng- lish Riddle attended the Sunday •chool rally at Pilot Point Satur- day evening. Mies Ellen Buster attended preaching at the first Baptist church at Pilot Point Sunday. Elisha Rice and family of Ce- lina spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. Rice's sister, Mrs. Claude Beck. Mrs. Louise Crowley of Roa- noke spent Sunday with home folks- Mrs. Garland Johnson spent Thursday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jordon of Spring Hill. C. B. Gray and family spent Sunday with John Garrison and family of Pilot Point. Mrs. Susie Buster spent Sun- day with Dr. O. C. Buster and family of Pilot Point. Several of the youn* people attended the EaBter supper at Mr. Garrieon's Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Beck of Wight's Ranch visited her pa- rents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Sand- ers, Saturday night. Mrs. Neil, who has been visit- ing her daughter. Mrs. McKin- oey of Sherman, returned home Satur...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 21 April 1911

§ a # • > Cane Seed Orange or Amber Per Bushel $1.25 ijj Peaches Dried Peaches 25-lb. box for $1 90 Starch Argo or Eclipse Per Package 5c F. W. Hayden Telephone 45 Entered at the Postofflce at Pilot Point Texas, as second-class matter. Friday, April 21, 1911. G. H. Harrison was in Denton Tuesday. J. M. Jorts v 88 in Denton Tuesday. A, Q. Mustain was in Denton Tuesday. Insure your property against Tornadoes and windstorms with J. Earl Selz. Wm. L. Moore in going over his old papers last week found a copy of the Denton Monitor of SatuJday, Feb. 10, 1872, Chas. W. Geers, editor. The issue was well patronized by Pilot Point merchants among the number be ing the following: D. B. Burkn, physician and furgeon; Dp. J. C. Milnar, Phy. and Surgeon; Flow and Moore, blacksmith; Masters & Gilliland, dry goods, grooeries and hardware; A. M. Elmore & Co, drugs; P. P. Hotel J. M. Jourdan, Prop; John H. Aanstien, jeweler and silver- smith; J. and A. Siesfeld, gen. merchandise; Harrison A ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 21 April 1911

For the Farmer Cotton Plant Root Rot. Austin, Texas, April 15.--Prof Ernest E. Scholl, State Entomol- ogiet, gives an explanation and remedy for cotton root rot at this opportune time, at the be- ginning of the season. He says: Bacteria fungi causing plant diseases, are themslves low forms of plants, differing, however, in the method of obtaining food. Because of their lack of green matter, called shlorophil, they are unable to manufacture their own food, hence they depend on other plants or organisms for their nourishment. Some fungi feed upon dead or- ganic matter and are known a8 saprophy thes. Others feed on living organisms and are known as parasites. A plant upon which a parasite feeds is known as the post. The thread-like roots of a fungi are called py- phae, and a mass of pyphae is spoken of as the mycelium. The mycelium are usually found be- tween or in the cells of plant tis- sues where they absorb the food material. In the case of the fun- gi working on the roots of plant...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 21 April 1911

CITY PLANNING FOR YOUNG CITIES FROM DALLAS NEWS THE NEED FOR A CHANGE * I A traverler, passing tlirjugh Texas and stopping at the towns and email cities here and there, is impressed with the startling similaritv of these 1 ittlo cities. They differ in some ways to be sure. The depot may be far or near from the center of things. There may be a good hotel, or again there may not be. But in almost every case he finds that ihe ground plan of these little cities is the same— the business houses being groupel about a court hjuse square. Ic would almost appear that, some one person laid otic all their ori- ginal plans and ail alike. It is not exaggerating to say that a traveler, seeing this very same plan in to>vn after town, actually forgets the name of some of them, when trying latter to call them to mind. He has nothing whatever t) bring his mind on a focus that will illuminate the name of a given town. He can only rem - 1 ember that this town or that t iwn was much like the others, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 21 April 1911

Correspondence SANGER. Continued from page four. ville has been in Sanger the past week. Will Collier of Krum was here last Tuesday. L. J. Barnett of Denton was here last week. Rev. W. A. Binyon of Gran- bury has been called as pastor of the Presbyterian church at this place. Miss Nora Crawford was in Denton Wednesday.- Mr. Kavanaugh of Gainesville made a business trip here Thurs- day. M. W. Kay's new residence is now completed. Mr. Kay and family have moved into it. Miss Johnnie Vaughn is visit- ing at Granbury. Mrs. Brooks of Gainesville was here Thursday. Mrs. C. M. Shane of Hooker, Okla., was here Wednesday and Thursday. Bob Myers of Valley View was here Thursday. Mrs. Geo. Sullivan of Gaines- ville visited here Friday and Sat- urday. Miss Willie Carlton of near De- catur is visiting relatives here this week. Mrs. Frank Tucker and child- ren are visiting relatives at Gainesville this week. Mrs. Collins of Gainesville was visiting here Thursday. Lee Douglass was in Dallas for ano...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 28 April 1911

r The Post-Signal. VOL XXXIII. PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APKIL 28, 1911. NO. 35 \ntf MB Sale pi® Separating, clipping and scalloping the webs of laces JwW*"? A\ WAnO* ASWAN 1aft:; Dowie s Dream Come True. m 8 ok m m ZtfA m m w m and a display of illustrations of mechanical de- vices requisite in the art of fine lace making. I his sale offers an exceptional opportunity for economy purchases of durable fine laces of ex- quisite beauty. will prove very interesting even to those r..ending to purchase. ^Zion Laces, manufacXr j in the most modern lace factory in the world, are the best of their kind —the best wash laces ever placed before the American women—and sold without a customs duty of 70# added to the cost, as are all imported laces. All machines of Zion Lace Industries arc and have been operating 18 hours daily, except Sunday, for about three years, with the product of each machine sold ahead several weeks. New machines are continually being installed. Women wanting laces for pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 28 April 1911

The Home Circle THE HALL OF FAME. I JOHN JAMES AUM'HON- Artist anil iihtursilist. Horn near New Orleans May 4, 1780; died New- York Jan. 27, <•> A, 18M. Edu- cated in J*s France and 4> studied nil- der the art- 4 ist David. At * age of eight- 'J eeu settled a, in America, unsuccessfully tried 4 <s> to establish himself in business <j> and lost all his money. Took '* journeys on foot throughout the <* country, making paintings of * birds. Started in 1S27 publlca- • tion of his "Birds of America," * consisting of colored plates, each <■ copy selling for $1,000. Later i<- I sued live volumes of "Ornitho- • logical Biography." Assisted by his - us and John itachman. lie * <• nrxi |iiiIillnliod "Qusulrupcus of North America." While not a f < tcc!i!ii<'Ml scientist or perlia]>s a <; great artist, Audubon ranks as America's foremost ornitholo- « gist. We may not realize, perchance, what home means to us until seas and mountains separate us from ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 28 April 1911

t Sixty Years the Standard Dr.PRICE'S ituum rama It makes home baking 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 periectly 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. THE POST-SIGNAL. E>. J. MOFFITT & SON, Pubs. Published every Friday in the I'ost- Signal building southwest corner of square. ONE DOLLAR A YKAK. The Publishers are men iiers of the Printers' Mutual Insurance Associa- tion of Texas. THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINC IPAL CITIES Advertising Rates All notices calling attention to a spec-1 ial occasion for the raising of money for | charitable purposes or for public benefit J will be charged for at the rate of 3c a line. Resolut...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 28 April 1911

are requested to be present. Blue Bird. Insure your property against Tornadoes and windstorms with J. Earl Selz. Oakdale Echoes. We have been having some very chilly east wind, changing to rain on Tuesday. First cotton planting is up to a stand and looks fine. The jouiig folks hadsingingat Mr. Tipton's last Sunday night. Ross Estes had a mare to die last week. Mrs. L. J. Molder of Pilot Point has moved back into our community and will make her home for the present with her sister, Mrs J. P. Paris. Will Hardy was at Denton last week. Quite a warm controversy came up in the Sunday School at Tipton Chapel last Sunday over an advertisment of base ball goods in our literature. As some uncertain notes have been sound- ed, we ask permission to make a statement, as we took stock. The superintendent and three teachers bitterly opposed the thing, contending it was wrong and not in keeping with the Bible Two teachers and a few scholars defended the thing, saying they saw no harm in it and thou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 28 April 1911

o mpnrri .r.TiTninTtTirtnTTr. niiuuiiii'i'i'iVi'j iHPi Oat Meal 2 lb. Pks. 10c. 3 for 25c 2 lb. Cans 15c 2 for 25c Charcoal. Try a package of Wyandotte Cleaner and Cleanser. Money back if not Satisfactory. F. W. Hayden Telephone 45 Entered at the Postofilce at Pilot Point Texas, as second-class matter. Friday, April 28, 1911. Will Ragland of Wichita Falls visited his parents here Sunday. Rev. J. P. Mason and wife of Tioga were in the city Monday. Mrs. J. A. Haren of Denton was in the Monday. The Misses Stinnetts have a •pecial line of Misses and Child- ren's Dress and Ready-to-wear hats. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Hen- ry Williams, April the 21, a girl. Misses Blanche Thomason and Jessie Johnson spent Sunday in Denton. New supply of Kodaks and films just received. G, B. Moffitt. The Ladies of the Macabees will meet next Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock. All members are earnestly requested to be pres- ent, Mrs. J. R. Windle, Mrs. J. B. Pondrom and Miss Willie McGee were in Tioga yesterday aft...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 28 April 1911

For the Farmer A Start in Pure Bred Poultry. Many farmers think it in too expensive to get a start in pure- bred poultry. Many complain of the cost at which purebred males are sold. While you may not agree with me, I say that one male bird is enough for any farm flock except where a spe- cialty is made of chicken breed- ing. The farmer who buys a pure-bred male makes a mistake by turning him loose with the entire flock, breeding many 15c- 1 hens that should have been cull- i ed out. For farm poultry there are three classes of breeds to be con- sidered. They are the egg pro- ( ducers, those with large car- casses for meat, or the general purpose fowls. The last I con-j sidered best for the farm where both eggs and meat are consum- I ed and marketed. For myself I have selected the Single Comb Buff Orpington for this breed. One variety is enough for the farmer who does not make a spe- cialty of poultry raising and is! busy with other farm work. My j method of starting a flock of pure-b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 28 April 1911

CITY PLANNING FOR YOUNG CITIES You can no mope take men of all sorts and work them into a thoroughly harmonious settle- ment than you can melt wood and iron and chewing gum and make a plowshare of the mix- ture. But if you allow - for the dif- ferences of opinion—really hon- est differences for themost part— you can come pretty near mak- ing the men of a town agree that a change would benefit the town, and that the differences are but plight. There never was, and never will be a perfect city. The mil- lions and millions of dollars that have been spent upon the largest cities of the world have not re- moved from them all objection- able features. The erection of magnificent buildings has not wiped from existence the slov- enly hovels of some sections. But unquestionably, had not loving or interested hands, guid- ed by able brains, seen to it that the cities did not run too much to hovels, but instead gained greund and ran to splendid im- provements, these cities would never on earth ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 28 April 1911

m m i i § THE HOME OF GREAT VALUES. § We were never in a better position to offer the buying public better values in merchandise. Our buyer, fir. Steinlein, buying for our eight large stores has picked up some snaps for us the past few days. Just visit our store, compare prices and see what a saving we have for you. All through our store such prices as these prevail: m n m i ©. m m D H § 1« 19c Hen's Ties, any style, 25c and 35c values, only A big shipment of men's ladies' and children's Sample Slippers just re- ceived. A big saving awaits you in Shoes, flen's Oxfords Tans Gun Q nr metals and pat. 3 50, 4.00 at h>vO Ladies' Oxfords, Tans, dun Metals, Suedes and patents, 3.00, -| & up 3.50, 4.00, only Children's Oxfords, tans, rn gun metals, suedes and pat DUC 36 inch brown Domestic, good weight, only Ladies' embroidered lisle hose all the popular colors Children's Lisle Hose, white, pink, blue, aoc values, only Hen's Silk hose, worth dou- ble the price we ask, only 5c 25c 15c...

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