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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 23 June 1911

vr V * ^ <i VjViWiriViriV,"WiHl Seasonable GROCERIES FRUITS VEGETABLES Prompt Delivery F. W. Hayden Telephone 45 r,ti ii|V|fifliiiliiTniTgiTiT!jfir1ilrir|i| i |iiiirifih mi iTjt|i|i jr Entered at the Postofflce at Pilot Point Texas, as second-class matter. Friday, June 23, 1911. W. B. MoShan i8 improving. Earl McNabb went to Mingo yesterday. Rev. T. H. Morris was in Den- ton Tuesday. Born— To Mr. and Mrs. Dave Minton, June 11, a boy. Mr. Theo Skiles of Fort Worth is the guest of Dr. W. H. Haw- ley. Miss Jessie Sullivan has been on the sick list the ptst t>v) weeks. Rev. A. F. Hendrix who was operated on at Paris over 3 weak-* ago, is improuing slowly. Hub Painter of Corpus Christi is here visiting his parents, Dr. and Mrs. F. U. Painter. Misses Rhea and Minnie Dell Ellis returned this week from a visit ot Celina. W. L. Gee of Fort Worth was the gue-<t of hi-* parents Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Gee last S'inday. Mrs C, L. Potts of Blackwell, Okla., is the guest of h r mother, Mrs. J...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 23 June 1911

For the Farmer Farmagraplis. Plant trees in the pasture lot. They will repay their cost many times. If you keep a close watch on the market your bank account will grow whether you watch it or not. Plow the cornstalk-* under, even if they do cause trouble in culti- vating the new crop. The land needs the organic matter to take the place of lost strength. A potato raiser claims that sand in the csll ir is go ) 1 f >r the vegetables; and grit is equally more of thaae staple products. There is no way of estimating ac- curately the money spent each year for these farm products, but it is simply enormous. All this would be retained in the South to circulate and increase all lines of busineso; but this is only one of the many benefits which would accure. Not until we bread our mules can we hope to have en- ough of them to do our farm work well and economically. There are no greater weaknesses in our present system of doing farm work than those resulting from a good for the producers, es...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 23 June 1911

3 CITY PLANNING FOR YOUNG CITIES Texas Towns Must Wake Up. These are the days of civic progress! and the town that re- fuses to get into the line of march is in serious danger. It is not unwarranted prophecy to say that a town that sees neighboring towns stepping for- wards brickly into the currant of progress and developing along modern, scientific lines will one day be a back number unless it develops similar energy. This is the time to develop it. A little later it may be too late, for the town that makes the earliest start will gain ground that belated ones will find it almost if not quite impossible to regain. Plain words are needed to put the situation sqarely before the people of some of our Texas towns. The movements for im- provement of towns has started strongly, and day by day re- cruits are added. Those that persist in holding back their home towns will find some amaz- ing changes in their neighbors' towns before long, and, compar- ing their own unimproved towns with the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 23 June 1911

sg®a?«*.©. ©w <a®m> ffi© ©•© .©•:« ^ ^eBa® . Our Grig-antic Juiie Sale Has drawn many economical buyers to our store and we assure those who liavent been able to visit our store during this Sale that they are missing a opportunity to buy reliable merchandise at a great saving, as many will testify. Space wont allow us to call your attention to all our Bargains so we tion just a few, ussuring you that such prices as these prevail throughout our store. great men- Just received, a biglotjof Swiss Flounc- QP ing beautiful patterns, 29c 39c, 50c and 00C A double taped ladies Vest with shoul- der straps. A good value at 10c,'Special • One lot men's Peppered elastic seam drawers, slightly soiled, worth 50, only 5c 25c 10 yards figured Lawn, pretty assortment, 7 1-2C value, Limit 10 yards to a customer QQ« 10 yards for fc\JC One lot Dress Ginghams, pretty assortment of patterns, the kind you will find priced at Cf|r other stores at 10c. 10 yd limit to customer OUl/ One lot men's Overa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 30 June 1911

The Post-Signal. VOL XXXIII. PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUXE 30, 1911. NO. U &UK1K2 V i The Home ¥<CT. &s&gii Dressmaker will find in our Store jjgj all the essential accessories, from a bolt of goods down to a bit of stay tape, and no matter whether your purchase be large or small our clerks are here to give you every advantage of their knowledge and assistance. ) Copyright 1909, C. E, Zimmerman-Co. 22 Just Figure Up It's when you stop and "figure up" that you realize wtiat true economy means. Our store has the reputation of being decidedly the most econom- ical place to do your trading, and 525 that's not all, you find the quality just as represented. We mention below a Bargain here and there throughout the Big Double Store, ju«t to Rive you a little idea of just what's going on in the way of Bargain Prices Fancy Silks for Ladies Are enjoying exceptional vogue fit Ht this year because of lightness of tex- ture—the many attractive styles in beautiful weaves and patt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 30 June 1911

The Home Circle Life will always be to a large extent what we ourselves make it. Each mind makes its own little world. The cheerful mind makes it pleasant and the dis- contented mind makes it miser- able. A home where the golden rule is lived is the nearest possible approach to heaven. The day comes all too soon when the household is scattered—the boys and girls, alas! girls no longer, are gone to make homes for themselves elsewhere; when some perhaps, are laid away from our sight, out of reach of kind words or helpful deeds. Happy are we if no sorrowful thoughts haunt us, of hasty words and unkind deeds, if only pleas- ant memories remain. We may, if our means allow, make our homes beautiful and attractive and it is well to do so. But with- out the true spirit of home, it will be but a cheerless and deso- late mockery—while the humblest cottage where love dwells and kindness resigns, may most beautifully exemplify the sweet- ness and bleaedneaa of home The mother who speeds most of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 30 June 1911

THE P08T-BI6NAL. 1. J. MOFFITT & SON, Pubs Published every Friday in the I'ost- ional building- southwest corner of square. OXK DOLLAR A YEAR. The Publishers are members of the Printers' Mutual Insurance Associa- tion of Texas. THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE S- 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 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 a}^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. & T. No. 3 6:17 A. M. Katy Limited No. 209 7:49 A. M. Dallas & Wichita 11:25 A. M. T. & P. NO. 31 3...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 30 June 1911

V . Sanger. Mr. and Mrs. D;miit (if near Bolivar visited with Mr. and Mrs Strickland Wednesday. Mr. Harace Anthony and fam- ily vieited with relatives at Sli- dell Wednesday. Frank Bates and wife and Miss Annie Cook visited near Balivar all last week. the home of Grover King and W. J. M,older. Finis Bates of Durant, Okla., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Bates, this week. Rev. J. E. Martin of Oklahoma visited J. A. Hardy and family a few days last week. Mrs. Belle Price, the babies and Master Auburn left last Sat- night end Sunday with his fath- er. Mr. Cecil Austin and Mise ] Cei.il Owens were united a^ man and wife Sunday evening at this place. We all wish them a long and happy life. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Johnton spent Saturday and Sunday with their uncle, Dick Johnson. Mrs. Austin was the guest of Mrs. T. M. Harris Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Miller liinney visited his father last Sunday. Bloomfield. Well, as it has been some time Elmer Overbey and Orval Cope urday for a months...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 30 June 1911

0 (\ Anouncement of Meeting. Seasonable GROCERIES FRUITS VEGETABLES Prompt Delivery F. W. Hayden Telephone 45 J .-Sntered at the Postofflce at Pilot Point Texas, as second-class matter. Friday, June 30, 1911. Time Table SOUTH BOUND 6:02 A. M. 209 7:21 A. M, 11:25 A. M, M. M. K. & T. No. 3 Katy Limited No, Dallas & Wichita T. & P. No. 31 3:05 P M. K. & T. No. 1 1:56 P.M. Katy Flyer No. 205 6:36 P. M. NORTH BOUND Katy Flyer No. 206 10:17 A. M. T. & P. No. 32 11;00 A. M. M. K. &T. No. 2 3:05 P.M. Dallas & Wichita 5:10 P.M. Katy Limited No. 210 9:05 P. M. M. K & T. No. 4 10:25 P.M. O. A. Hearn of Dallas was here a few days this week. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Her- bert Whitworth, June 10, a hoy. G. P. Davis of Denton, an old time citizen of Pilot Point was here a few days this week. Miss Lucy McKenney of Tioga was the guest of Miss Bertha _ Pickel Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. C. B. H all of Fort Worth is here to spend a few weeks with her father, C. C. Neace. Mrs...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 30 June 1911

§ For the Farmer The Dairy. The only sure way fur a dairy- ! mm t ) loo ite t*ij oo vs that do not pay for their feed and i" de- test losses is to keep records and | make tests. One who is careless j about this matter doesn't really oare whether his cows are an as- set or a liability. Churn the cream as soon as it is ripe. Do not let it stand for another day. This will mean more frequent churning, but it will mean better butter; the kind that customers will call for again. The best churn for home use is a small barrel churn. Good milk and cream can only be produoed when the cow is feed a liberal supply of clean and nu- tritious feeds. Variety of feeds is necessary to furnish the several elements composing whole milk. Summer or winter, it does not pay to let the milk fl dw run short. If it pays to use concentrated feeds in winter, i t pays more in summer when the cowj are on grass. It pays to purchase somo feeds for the cows to help out the pas- ture feeds, for the cow that is made t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 30 June 1911

CITY PLANNING FOR YOUNG CITIES The Front Yard. Looking backward over mem- ories that include glimpses of a great many front yards, it occurs to many of us, beyond a doubt, that there has been little change, taking the matter as a whole, from early days. Progress has changed many features of our living and in particularly up-to- date sections of particularly up- to-date cities the front yard has been given modern thought, but many are mere spots of ground in front of houses—nothing else. Nothing can be more striking than a well-built block of resid- ences, each having before it a front yard or lawn that 6hows attention, tidiness and cleanli- ness as well as the fact that who- ever designed its attractive fea- tures knew what he was doing. There are no borders of tin cans a bout flower beds, no such improvement as Stockton's do- mestic designed—a border of ham bones about the walk—but really artistic yards of lawns that are alike a pleasure to their Causes That Induced Mex- icans to R...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 30 June 1911

A Has drawn many economical buyers to our store and we assure those who havent been able to visit our store during this Sale that they are missing a great opportunity to buy reliable merchandise at a great saving, as many will testify. Space wont allow us to call your attention to all our Bargains so we men- tion just a few, ussuring you that such prices as these prevail throughout our store. Just received, a big lot of 5wiss Flounc- QC. ing beautiful patterns, 2gc 39c, 50c and OOv A double taped ladies Vest with shoul- der straps. A good value at 10c, Special w. One lot men's Pepperell elastic seam drawers, slightly soiled, worth 50, only 5c 25c 10 yards figured Lawn, pretty assortment, 7 1 -2c value, Limit 10 yards to a customer QQn 10 yards for £\IC One lot Dress Ginghams, pretty assortment of patterns, the kind you will find priced at Cfln other stores at 10c. 10 yd limit to customer OUC One lot men's Overalls, Sweet-Orr, Buck and Star, any size, only Job lot of Shirts, soft col...

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

The Post-Signal. VOL XXXIII. PILOT POINT, TEXAS, F1UDAY, JULY 21, 1911. NO. 47 NECKWEAR AND HOSIERY Indicate a man's taste and per- sonality more than any other part of his dress. It is certain that there is nothing else that costs so little and means so much. S-m :# V' / v** * y. v' ' i / . A\ \ n \ 1 •• !: : .rfl'M- * ^ i • ftV f yfe trj As to Hosiery there is not much to see, but it is highly important that this should be in good taste. You cannot feel right if there are seams to hurt your feet, or unless the ankle fits suugly without wrinkles. The fit and quality of your hosiery is just as important to your com- fort and appearance as the fit and quality of your shoes. SPECIAL: per pair Silk /2 Hose, all colors, 25c Watch the next dozen men you meet, you will find the first thing you notice about a man is his necktie. You may be sure that others size you up the same way. Examine some of the new styles and patterns we have just received and see how easy it is to create a favor- a...

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

The Home Circle Don't find all your "good peo- ple" among the departed, but seek to discover a few among the living. It will make you and the world happier to get into the hab- it. Take the Bermons you hear home to yourself, If you divide them and parcel them out to yous friends and neighbors, and the people in the pew around you there won't be much of the "good seed of the gospel" left to bear fruit for yourself. The man who measures his acts by what the law allows him to do is not so good a neighbor as the one who measures his acts by "Do unto others as you wou'd have them do onto you." The law is made for the first, the sec- ond does not need it. Many may go through all the world, he may run through ev- ery stage of belief and disbelief, but there will be one picture that he cannot efface. Living or dy- ing, there will rise up before him lik9 a morning star the beauty of that remembered good- ness which he called "mother." trying to enforce their own little ideas of right as they...

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

THE POST-SIGNAL. 0. J. MOFFITT & SON, Pubs. Published every Friday in the Post- kjnal building southwest corner of square. Business Building ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. By DUNDAS HENDERSON Advertising Manager of the C. E. Zimmerman Co., Chicago. The Publishers are members of the Printers' Mutual Insutance Associa- tion of Texas. THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALLTHE PRINCIPAL 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 a line, 0 words make a line. All business locals will be charged for at the rate of ioc 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. &T. No. 3 6:02 A.M. Kat...

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

Friendship Miss Ena Pendleton and sister- in-law, Mrs. George Pendleto > and children are visiting; their sister, Mrs. Bellar and family. Mr. Judge Sanders spent San- day with his cousin, Mr. E. T. Francis, and family. Several from here went to the ice cream supper at M<\ Maoerly's at Mustang Saturday night and all reported a nice time. Mr. Newt Beck spent Satur- day with Mr. Hubert Tisdell of Spring Hill community. Mr. Eula Sanders spent Sun- day with Mr. John Clark of Mus- tang. We are having some hot weather at present. Mabel Tisdell spent Friday night and Saturday with her aunt Mrs. Will Cobler, of Tioga. Her cousin Little Mae Melvin came home with her to spend the week. Miss Nell Wilfong has return- ed home after visiting her little sister, Mable, of Denton. Will Davis of Miami is visiting his father-in-law, Mr. Jones Sietzs. Mr. Frank McDonald and fam- ily of Pilot Point spent the day with his Uncle and family Sun- day. Emory Beck of Light's Ranch was the guest of Rube G...

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

/ im.'iWig # C n e V '% Pork and Beans ioc size for 5c Large size for 10c Lemon Cling Peaches Sliced, Per Can 20c All Kinds of California Canned Fruits. National Oats 2-lb pkg. 10c. 3 for 25c F. W. Hayden Telephone 45 Entered at the Postofflce at Pilot Point Texas, as second-claes matter. Friday, July 21, 1911. Mrs. Bob Bryant of Celina visited her parents, Dr. and Mrp. A. M. Ragland last week. James King was the guest of his mother, Mrs. A. H. King a few days the past week. Miss Beatrice Allen of Aubrey was the guest of Miss Bertha Pickel last Friday and Saturday. | Miss Bessie Garner of Oklaho- ma Cityjis here visiting her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. T C. Garner. Jim Er'vin, Jr., of Denton was the guest of his parents, Mr. and and Mrs. J. W. Erwin, last Sun- day. Miss May Elmore returned last week from Alvin, Tex., where she has been for several months. Mrs. Emerson Spain and son j of Dallas are the guests of her parents, Rev. and Mrs. G. R. Buohanan and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. ...

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

For the Farmer Gathering and Using Waste Fertility. In the first place, I have tried to make hs much manure on my farm as possible, and also tried to save as near all of it as pos- | sible. Also, I have made a prac- tice of always having some green growth to turn under at different times and derived much benefit from it. But much of my farm fertility has come from a twenty-five aore, wood land, which I purchased several years ago from a neigh- bor. This land is rough and atony. j h iok would still be used instead of the modern binder, and the old flail instead uf the threshing machine. A remarkable condi- tion is that farmers have had their machinery improved on but will not listen to the soil cul- ture theories, conservation expe- riences and results of demon- stration work. The Dairy. The farmer with a good supply of cow feed left over from last winter is IT these days. Milk that has been allowed to become cold will not separate as The timber is worth very little ; completely as w...

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

CITY PLANNING FOR YOUNG CITIES «> \ Waste of Street Space. An idea in the building of many small ciiies has been lhat it was the part of prudence to lay out wide streets in order that the small city, should it grow into a great one, would not b9 handi- capped by narrow thoroughfares. The idea is a good one, but has been overdone—or rather, has not been completed in many of the cities, for the simple reason that the wide streets have never been paved or graded, and might as well, as far as beauty is concerned,be barren "commons" or waste space. Sit down and figure, ye town FROM DALLAS NEWS builders, whether it would be worth while to take such streets as ure shown and divide them by cement curbed grass plats. Would it be an expense that any growing town could not af- ford? The simple building of a cement curbing about a plat the length of the block would be easy. An ordinary plank mold filled with concrete makes, when hardened, a wall of the desired thickness and the height of the...

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

Correspondence Hemming Items. It is dry here, but that little Bhower Thursday afternoon was highly appreciated. Most of our people are off visit- ing. John Morrow is visiting near Strasroy, Ontario, Can. W. T. Strickland is visiting in Coal County. Okla. J. L. Walker and family are visiting in Earth County. Messrs. Charlie and Timp Mor- ris and family are visiting near Marietta Okla. Hemming citizens had a few sermons on Ruesellism preached to them last week by Rev. Zack Whittaker. Rev. Miller preached at the M. E. Church Sunday. His appoint- ment Sunday night was filled by a prohibition lecture by Rev. Baker of Valley View. Hemming was well represent- ed at second Monday, also at the Valley View and Burns picnics. Wednesday and Saturday. We contemplate having a picnic here sometime in August. The voters of Hemming are most all going to vote next Sat- urday some for and some again- st. Kelso Items. Well! If it gets much dryer a- round Kelso, wewillhave to drag it off and bury it. Th...

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