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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 7 October 1910

The Post Signal. VOL XXXIII. PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1910. NO. <> *{'&*(■, 0 m i K 1 Wt m Dress Goods and Copyright 1{«0Q, by C. E. Zimmerman C0.--N0. 56 New arrivals in Printzess Suits and Coats, Autumn 1910 riodcls, that fit at collar, shoulder, front and hips. Try them jgg on today. Can fit any lady, large or small. A tailored Suit ss almost a necessity. /More than half of ours have been sold. Come while you can get what you want. Printzess make is guaranteed not to fade or lose their shape. "Plio Canvas" (pat- ented) is the secret. All Printzess Garments are interlined with Plio Canvas and wil positivley hold their shape. Price; $18 00 up for Suits. 12.50 up for Coats Cheaper Suits at $5.00 Cheaper Coats $2.50 Every wanted shade and fabric can be found in our wool dress goods and silk stock. Shirt waist eilka and ev- ening dress goods a specialty. Miss Tyus, our Dress Maker will cheer- fully help you to plan your Fall dress and make it for you in first-c...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 7 October 1910

For the Farmer Stumps-Brush-Weeds- Grass. We pay a larger tax every year for stumps, brush, weeds and grasa than is required to support our municipal, county, State and Federal governments, to endow all the colleges and educate all the youth of the land; and we get no return. A stump not only occupies valuable space j .~ . J r . , r. dollars for each acre but it prevents the use of use ot 1m proved implements for better and j more rapid tillage of the soil, j The cost of farm labor is on the increase with the certainty that this will continue till the equation of wages on the farms and in the j town or city is more equal. The J remedy for higher priced labor on the farm is the use of more and better teams and implements. If the day wage on the farmi of the South advances from $.75 to $1.50 then each farm hand must plow, plant, and cultivate twice as many acres in a day as he did before and this is an easy problem. But the stumps must go, and the farmer who does not try to get rid of...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 7 October 1910

TV ) And we are going to be as truthful abo't it as Wash- ington was. LiiV Imitw Copyright 1909. by C. E. Zimmerman Co.*-No. / WE HE CUTTING PRICES We are cutting Prices because we are going to close this Store out. Each and every day since this important announcement this store has been crowded with well pleased buyers. People are coming from far and near, buying lib- erally and telling us never have they been so well pleased with their bargains. This store will positively be Closed out as soon as possible. Early buyers get best selec- tions. You owe it to yourself to come and see, RUSSELL. GRAY & COMPANY THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FCR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY QrTWns'] GENERAL 0=TIC"; NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALLTHE PRINCIPAL CITIE: THE POST-SIGNAL. D. J. MOFFITT & SON, Pubs. Published every Friday in the Post- Signal building southwest corner of square. PRICE $1.00 A YEAR The Publishers are members of the Prin tors' Mutual Insurance Association of Texas. Advertising Rate...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 7 October 1910

f THANK YOU We thank you for your patronage and hope you will find our goods and service so satis- factory that you will continue to trade with us. It is our desire to please our customers, and we shall deem it a favor if you will report any dissatisfaction. We appreciate your trade and you can be assured that we shall endeavor in every way to conserve your interests. Ours is a growing business and for that reason we are constantly improving our stock, and adding all the new things in our line When in need of anything, it will be appreciated if you buy it here Prescription Druggist of 25 years experience. J. R. PEEL PHONE 83. > Mountain Springs. We are having some pleasant weather now. Mrs. Burch has been quite sick for the past week but i9 better at this writing. J. O. Robison passed through town last Sunday. Will Jordan passed through town Saturday. We had a sprinkle of rain Mon- day morning. The Baptists elected their pastor Saturday, electing Bro. Smith who lives near Gaines-...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 7 October 1910

) aura GROCERIES You will find all the New Seasonable foods in my stock as soon as they can be obtain ed. CANDY Freeh shipment Choco- lates and Bon Bona. F. W. Hayden. 13 gnnrmnjinnnnnnnnAnnnnAAAnnAnAAAAniiJifv iiTii Entered at the Postofflce at Pilot Point Texas, as second-class matter. Friday, October 7,1910. Born:—To Mr. and Mrs. Ed, Ballew Oct. 4, a boy. Born:—To Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones, Oct. 1, a girl. BornTo Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Roberts Oct. 6, a girl. Dr. Gunn's Antisptic at Gain- er's drug store. Will D. Burks was in Hillsboro the first of the week. Rev. Schauf returned last Friday from a few weeks visit with relatives in Kansas. Mr. Robert Arthur of Denison was the guest of his mother, Mrs. J. W. Arthur last Saturday and Sunday. Land to rent. W. H. Ledbetter. Mrs. Haynes, of Durant, Okla- homa, is here for a two weeks' visit with her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Salmon. . Mrs. R. W. Walton who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. M. Wilfong returned yesterday to her home at Morgan...

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 — 7 October 1910

/>- History Repeats Itself. Wherever the Independents have entered the field the number of subscribers has doubled. subscribers were connected with the ^00 Pilot Point exchange on April ist. We appreciate your patronage. Yours for better LOOK FOR THC telephone service and uiore of it SHIELD The North Texas Telephone Co. CHAS. PEARCE, LOwil Manager. 8. W. Porter, President, 8, D. Donoho, Vice Pros, 0. A. Shock, Sec. and Treas, Directors: N, B. Bilge, H. W. Heau, James Biggs, T. V- Rodg S\ The Home Circle No language can express the power and beauty and heroism and majesty of a mother's love. It shrinks not where man cowers, and grows stronger where man faints, and over wastes of wordly fortune sends the radianoe of its quenchless fidelity like a mask. At a recent ministerial con- vention one of the preachers suggested that it wouldn't be a bad idea to have a sermon oc- casionally on the recognition of friends on earth. He said many people were so taken up with the good time they e...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 7 October 1910

a&J! s w Wtei •%K£ We are ready for your stove order right now with enormous slocks of our high grade stoves and ranges which we are selling this year at prices which mean a saving to you of from $5.00 to $20.00, No dealer anywhere will give you such stoves and ranges as we offer at anywhere near our prices and if you pay a penny more than we ask you are simply throwing money away, because no one can give you any more stove value than we give. We have big stocks of our best stoves and ranges in warehouses scattered here and there< throughout the country so that we can make quick shipment to you and deliver the stove safely to your nearest railway station in just a few days' time. There will be no long delays, no waiting for the stove you need, but prompt shipments and guaranteed satisfaction. Write Today for Our Stove Catalogue Our new stove catalogue for the Fall and Winter of 1910 and 1911 is now ready, and if you need a stove of any kind you will make a serious mistake if ...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 7 October 1910

i®m®rm L0i©.«10.'i0\(®A Sale Continues till Oct. 22. How Much Money Have You To Invest in Clothes. $15.00 or $25.00? At these prices and every price between, we can show unquestion- ably the best value, the widest as- sortment and the most attractive weaves and patterns in Kirsch- baum present style Clothes at which you've looked for man) ["a day. These Kirschbaum Clothes are Hand Tailored of "All-Wool' weaves —of that you can be absolutely sure. Sale Continues till Oct. 22. Kirschbaum Qottvcs, kli>\< HfVWM (( w Sale Continues till Oct. 22. $ 9 —— ©) THE PRICE IS THE THfAfC Kirschbaum is the house with the "All-Wool" policy. Every yard of cloth they buy is tested chemi- cally to iusure its being geuuinely "all-wool," and color-fast. The fabric in the Overcoats, as in the Suitings, must measure up to the same high standard. We guarantee these Kirsch- baum garments. Should you find any defects in the cloth, any im- perfections in the tailoring return the garment and your money w...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 14 October 1910

The Post-Signal. VOL XXXIII. PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1910. NO. CATCH SHERLOCK HOLMES AND GET $25 IN GOLD Mysterious Man Defies Your Detective Skill He Will be at Russell Bros. & Cos. store Twice Every Day and Moving Pic- ture Performances Dunug the Next Two Weeks. Are you a catcher of criminals or have you any aspiration to become a detective, ora sleuth of the same world-wide reputation as the famous character from the pen of A. Conan Doyle? If so you have the chance not alone to try your skill, but also to become acquainted with methods and skill of the greateet deteotive the world has ever known. The mysterious Sherlock Holmes will be in Pilot Point for two weeks. While you have an opportunity to watch him closely and catoh him if you can, he may be in the .guise of a beautiful woman or even an old feeble man. He is an ordinary looking individual, medium size---well, just a plain, ordinary looking man. Do you balieve that any man can successfully elude you for...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 14 October 1910

a k a a a § ccpn* PvPDl Remember To Say: "You are the Mysterious Mr. Sherlock Holmes of The Post- Signal and the man who buys his goods from Russell Bros & Co. the men who beat the price and own the fastest growing store in Pilot Point." till Remember To Say: 4'You are the Mysterious Mr. Sherlock Holmes of The Post- Signal and the man who buys his goods from Russell Bros & Co. the men who beat the price and own the fastest growing store in Pilot Point." or THE POST-SIGNAL Will be in Pilot Point during the Big 16 Days Sale of Russell Bros. Co. $25.00 In Gold Will Be Given to the Person Catching This Man CATCH 1IIM IF YOU CAN. The Mysterious Mr. Sherlock Holmes, the character in fiction from the pen of A. Conan Doyle to be produced in life in the City of Pilot Point for two consecutive weeks. Mr. Holmes, the man of mystery will appear twice each day in the store of Russell Bros. Co. between the hours of 10:30 and 11:30 a. m. and 3:30 and 4:30. Mr. Holmes will positively be in ...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 14 October 1910

> Copfright 1909. by C. E. Zimmerman Co.'-No. 7 WE'RE CUTTING PRICE5 And we are go- 1 ing to be as truth- ful about i t a s ^Washington was. We are Cutting Prices because we are going to close this store out. Each, and every day since this important announcement, this store has been crowded with well pleased buyers. People are coming from far and near, buying liber- ally and telling us never have they been so well pleased with their bargains. This store will positively be Closed Out as soon as possible. Early buyers get best selections. You owe it to yourself to come and see. RUSSELL, GRAY & COMPANY A r:::3 tapes represented for foreign advertising by the fegaaaoicgj GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO branches in all the principal cities THE POST-SIGNAL. O. J. MOFFITT & SON, Pubs. Published every Friday In the P08T- Siunai. building southwest corner of square. PKICE 91.00 A YEAR The Publishers are members of the Prin tors' Mutual Insurance Association of Texas. Advertis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 14 October 1910

Fresh Candy. A Fine Assortment of High grade Perfumes and Toilet Articles. A complete line of fancy stationery and school Tablets. New Post Cards. Cigars and Pipes. Bring me your Prescriptions. Telephone No. 83 North Side Sq. JOHN R. PEEL Pilot Point, Tex. Fairview Received too late lor lust issue. The weather is very threaten- ing at present. Perhaps we are going to get a rain soon. Cotton picking is in full blast, and ere long some will be done. Henry Morell returned home from Collin county last Friday. Uncle Clem and Shelton Sullivan were in Gainesville Monday. Mr. Allen Hopper and family spent Saturday night and Sun* day in Mt. Olive community. Jessie Earl was back at Hog* town Sunday evening. Mrs. Orla Keeton spent Sun- day night with Mrs. Mattie Gregor. Mae Sullivan spent Sunday as guest of Miss Mary Hammons. Snyd Garner was in our com- munity 8unday. The singing at Mr. Gary's Sunday night was very well at- tended. Some few from Fairview are talking of taking in the Gaines- vi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 14 October 1910

j* Atlas long Fibre Roofing Freight Paid No Tar; Smooth RubLcr Surface 27 BASMW SS? ,ffl ttMS ooiitli ub liir as S lrginia, Teoiiessfo aiiii Arkan- khh ami West as far as Kansas, Nebraska, and the Dakotos. ji.5H per roll Is our freight laupulil price for Hoary Atlas Booting to the same points #11(4 bit roll Is our freight prepaid price for Extra Heavy Atlas RootliiK to points In the ' — - -mO Mime territory. A 45 ST.r r2" 1? "T ,,rtlflW. P"l>«ld <■!«• lor Standard I Alias Koollng del I vered (o uny point lu Oklahoma J. J"*"" a'"' Louisiana. *1 NS per roll Is our (TIT i^f I PL ill 31*1*4 f nil I•« I 1UI1 in uur . freight prepaid price for Heavy Atlas delivered to any point intliose states. per roll Is our freight Erepaid prtoe Tor ICxlra Heavy Atlas BouMuk delivered $>an,v point In these three states. A 61 S?,r r2l' ,1 0Uli '"'Ohl prepaid price ler Standard ■ Atlas Roollnn delivered to all other points In the X United state* not Indicated above. J'J.O-J per roll ii °".r 're'...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 14 October 1910

: for keag in long or book fold at Mohairs sold at from 50c to 65 cents A Cn on sale at 30 tc^ T'vlv A. beautiful line of Osaka Silk, 27 incheB wide and just the thijr^ for evening dresses, sold 071p at 50c to 65c on jale at « ■ 2w Roubios Suiting, Worth 25c at 15c All colors in new Fancy Diagonals, worth 50c to 65c on sale at 35c Mail orders from customers who have moved away appre- ciated. Send your orders in giving size and stock number, goods will be delivered. SHEETING. I j Peppered Mills, brown and bleached. Can sell you Pepperell io—4 Sheeting 25c GINGHAMS. Nothing but the best, all staple brands and we offer the Red Seals and Amos- 9c TABLE LINEN A few pieces worth 75c, 1.00,1.25 and 1.50 to close out in this Sale at 50c 75c, 90c, 1.00. HOSIERY. Bought specially for this occasion, a line of heavy weights for winter, all fresh new stock, in this sale at slaughter prices. You can't make a mistake in buying your winter's supply now. See our assortment on 1 Qp display at per pai...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 14 October 1910

FALL OPEN BE SURE TO ATTEND 1 We announce with pleasure that we have one of the largest and best selected stocks of Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, hats and Cloth- ing ever carried by us. In many departments we have added attractive new lines, and have, in fact, an up-to-date stock throughout our entire store. We handle nothing but good goods, and our past relations with you will confirm the statement that we have always en- deavored to give 100 cents worth of merchandise in exchange for every dollar spent with us. But we like to keep up with the times and in announcing this Sale do so with the sole idea of acquainting the buying public with the fact that we want our share of the business. We believe we are in position to give you better goods for less money. We therefore will begin on the date named A GREAT FALL OPENING SALE m And on the first day will offer many extraordinary inducements to those who can come and see what we have. Read the Circular and come and buy our goods just as ad...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 14 October 1910

For the Farmer Ten Commandments of Farming. I. Thou ehalt plow deep. Deep plowing permits rain to penetrate the soil easily and without rui iig off, alt-o provides more feeding space for plant roots and makes available more plant food. II. Thou shalt keep the surface soil loose. ThiB prevents soil moisture from evaporating and conserves the rainfall. Harrow grain after it is up two inches or use weeder. III. Thou ehalt cultivate level. Level soil affords the least ex- posure to the air and will lake in rainfall faster than ridged soil. IV. Thou ehalt summer fallow. This should be practiced in all districts where the annual pre- cipitation is 1693 than 15 inches, as it conserves two years' rain for one crop and kills weeds and plant dipeasee; land should be cultivated. Where the yearly rainfall is more than 15 inches corn is as good a preparation for a crop as the bare fallow. V. Thou shalt add organtic matter to the soil. This holds moisture and plant food, improves mechanical con- ...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 14 October 1910

* uuulAAiUU\nAAAAAAAAi Dried Apples Dried Peaches Dried Apricots Mince Meat Package Oats Maple Syrup Qt, Cans 25c Y2 Qal. Cans 50c F. W. Hayden. Entered at the PoBtofflee at Pilot Point Texas, as second-class matter. Friday, October 14,1910. Born:—To Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Miller Oot. 11, a boy. Born:—To Mr. and Mrs. Will Vandever, Oot. 7, a boy. Born:—To Mr. and Mrs. Mark Opitz Oot. 9, a boy. Born:—To Mr. and Mrs. Oris Beck Oot 9, a boy. Typewriter for Sale. Three Typewriters, as good as new, for sale oheap. Apply to J. P. Roberta. Mrs. D. J. Mitchell is visiting her grandfather at Rotan, Texas. B. D. Gray of Sherman was in the city a few days this week. Cash paid for eggs and butter at the Star Grocery Store on south side. Eastern Star will meet Mon- day night uext. All members should be present. County Attorney Chas. Mays, of Denton, was in Pilot Point Wednesday. Lost! K. of P. emblem charm with gold back, and green wreath a- round shield. $1.00 reward for return to Tom Porter. Miss ...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 14 October 1910

History Repeats Itself. Wherever the Independents have entered the field the number of subscribers has doubled. subscribers were connected with the L'OttfL A 1 DISTANCE 465 Pilot Point exchange on April ist. LOOK FOR THE SHIELD We appreciate your patronage. Yours for better telephone service and more of it The North Texas Telephone Co. CHAS. PEARCE, Lo_. I Manager. 8. W. 1'orler, President, 8. D. Donoho, Vice l'ree, 0. A. Shock, Sec. and Trait*, Directors: N, It. Bilge, II. W. Iloaa, Jainns Biggs, T. K- Rodg The Home Circle In these days of degeneracy and lack of gallantry, every parent should insist on knowing the whereabouts of daughters after eight o'clock at night. Too many nirla there are who are permiuted to roam the streets at their own free will at almost any time of night, and who ultimately oome to some bad end. We are not a croaker, neither do we believe in taking away the free- dom, to a reasonable degree, from the girls and boys, but we do believe there would be fewer h...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 14 October 1910

it FINE LEGAL WORK "he Drawing Up of a Big Mort- gage a Serious Matter. CLOSE ANALYSIS OF WORDS. Whtrt the Document le to Be Uied as a Basis For an Issue of Bonds an Ex- pert on Definitions Is Employed—Big Expense and Big Fees Involved. Drawing up a big mortgage, espe- cially when it is to be the basis for au Issue of bonds it is desired to dispose of in the open market. Is a task fi.r greater than most people have au.v Wen of. Sometimes mouths of con- tinuous Inbor elapse between the be- ginning of the first draft and the final approval of the last revised copy by those most directly concerned. The primary object of such a formidable legal instrument is. of course, to define clearly and exactly what the mortga- gor will do. The individual or com- pany in whose favor the mortgage is drawn, however, through his attorney seeks to protect himself from every possible contingency. Some of these possibilities that are sought to be guarded against appear to be absurd to the lay mind. Some ...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 14 October 1910

Ml ML LING OF SKIE!! IS C0MFLET1 IN EVERY SENSE OF THE WORD Don't make any difference what your fancy may dictate to you, we have it here for you. We have Shoes to fill every want. If your means are limited we have the solid leather Shoes at the lowest price. For men we have the Florsheim and Keith Kon- queror in all the popular styles and leathers prices 3.50, 4,00 and 5.oo, For ladies we have the most popular Shoe made, the "Dorothy Dodd," in serge top, button, full pat. leather button or lace. Just a pleasure to show you as we carry this Shoe in all widths from A to E. Our Sale has proved the biggest success we have ever had. Prices tell the story. Only investigate and you will understand. Sale continues till Oct. 22 THE Pft/CE IS THE TfffAfG © Pilot Point Boy Gets Prize at County Corn Show. Aloysiue Berend of this place was the winner of the Fifth Prize in the Denton County Corn Show at Denton last Friday, in the class of White Corn. His ex- hibit was kept at Denton to be sent t...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
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