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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 15 September 1911

) I® # i.i.i.i.i.M.i.'.i.i.i.i.i.i.iiTiTiw.in.in. ■, Special. A Crack-nailing Good Hominy 3 (No. 3) large cans for 25c 3 No. 2 cans Pie Peaches for 25c 2 No. 3 cans Pie Plums for 25c F. W. Hayden Telephone 45 Entered at the Postofflee at Pilot Point Texas, as second-class matter. Friday, Sept. 15, 1911. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Coppage, Sep. 2, a boy. Born—To Mr. and Mr9. Thent, Sep. 4, a girl. Born—To Harry Lnfferly and wife, Sept. 9, a boy. Born—To L. Jenkins and wife, Sept. 8, a girl. Born: To Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Elliott, Sept. 13, a boy. See prices in our ad for poul- try. Cash paid, Tuesday and Wednesday Sept 19 and 20 at Pilot Point Creamery Co. Jame9 King of Sherman was here last Friday to 6ee his moth- er, Mrs. A. H. King. W. M. Smith returned la6t Saturday from the sanitarium ac Dallas where had been for two weeks having; his arm treated. He returned much improved, but thinks the treatment saved his life. Don't forget Opening Day on Thursday Sept. 28th. Mieet s Stinnetts Ma...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 15 September 1911

For the Farmer Farmers Boys and Qirls Contest. C. M. Evana, Superintendent Agricultural Extension Depart- ment of the A. and M. College of Texas has announced a Farmer's Boy's and Girl's Contest to be held under the auspices of the Extension Departmeut of the A. and M. College of Texas at the Texas State Fair at Dallas this year. Heretofore the contest has been held only for students of the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas. Tnia contest has in view the reaching of thous Big Losses From Poor Seed. In 1910 the Oklahoma wheat growers recioved3 million dollars less for their wheat than they would had it all been purebred Turkey Red. Leading millers reported that half the 1910 crop of Kansas wheat was what the market calls "bastard" and the annual loss to Kansas wheat growers from sowing seed that is not pure probably ranges from 3 to 6 million dollars. Poor seed returns a profit in three ways increase in yield; more flour per ands of boys who attend the fair! bushel of wheat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 15 September 1911

1 I yy-j-y-.: •< • (T -IS -* il to >- '-*4 f J? I- """"■ *%id* !',<Sj apis -— — - • "r sy \ ^ ...'.: v.::i A MFTIETH ANNIVERSARY WAR STORY BY" F A MITCHEL. Coayright. 1812. bv American Press Association. chapter n. A f'llAM.e OF UNIFORM. TFIK soldier followed her. leading his horse, till they came upon her own pony tied to a sap ling Mark offered to help her mount, but she was not used to such civility, and leading her horse to the trunk ut a fallen tree mounted by her t<elf Crossing the road, the two entered a wood on the otliet side The girl kept a straight course till stio came to a creek which she forded below iiidI neat tt log that had been Celled across it to be used for a footbridge On tile further s|de she struck an old road abandoned, at least foi wheels .Mark rode up alongside ot bet She was a wild looking thing with hardly a trace of civilization about her except her calico dress and cowhide shoes. "Where are you taking mo to?" asked Mark "Hum," "Where's home?...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 15 September 1911

I FARMS FOR SALE < k- Coleman County offers exceptional opportunities to ^ the Honieseeker; good lands worth the money; abun- ^ dance pure water; excellent schools and social condi- ^ lions; healthy, with regular seasons. For informa- tion, address O. JOHNSTON, SEC. COLEMAN, TEXAS ihiii'^iiiiih'^'iiiiii^ i .A miAim1'^ nAf'iiiAiiiiiAiiiii^iiA'.,^ 'iiiHi^'iniii^'iiaiiMimiii'l'iiii) A Good Little Farm: iio acres, well improved, 85 acres in cultivation, 3 1-2 miles from Hedley, Texas. Donley county; can be bought for $30.00 per acre. This farm has a good crop on it this year. See or write E. E. McGEE, Hedley, Texas. Correspondence SANGER. Continued from page four, for one of Heaven's brightest jewels. 1 would say in deep sym- pathy to the sorrowing ones, strive to meet the little one in heaven where there will be no more partings. The funeral was preached at the Christian church Sunday afternoon, after which the little body was laid to rest in Sanger cemetery. Miss Lessie Andrews lef...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 22 September 1911

The Post-Signal. VOL XXXIV. PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1911. NO. 4 m m M m m W m SStf 9J\ few m Ma m mi t / u, Copyright Mart Scbatfncr a Marx H. YOU WONT HAVE TO STOP and think about your appearance, if you wear one of these fine, new suits, made es- pecially for us by Hart, Schaffner k Marx There is something about thorn that makes you feel right and you don't know why; it's a kind of an unconscious feeling that you're well dressed. There's a lot of "snap" to these new En- glish models—blues, grays and browns. Bet- ter look in while there s a wide selection. Suits $18 and up Overcoats $16.50 and up This store is the home of Hart, Schaffner & Majx Clothes RUSSELL & CO. South Side Square SUCCESSORS TO RUSSELL BROTHERS CO. Pilot Point, Texas m M m I m ne SSL li M I m M SpS I m we. livvaavvKi Wat M m m § Stolypin, the Russian Premier was a few days ago shot while attending a theater, and is now reported in a very critical condi- tion. Later.—Stolypin is dead. Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 22 September 1911

•# The Home Circle ...... . ; . ; 7 ^ <*>" • ' THE HALL OF FAME. 1 would be a wilderness, and men and weraon but brutish beasts. i LOUIS AGASSI/. Celebrated Swiss-American geologist. Horn M o t i e r, Switzerland, M a y 28, 1807; died ('a in bridge, Mass., Dec. 14, 18T.-1. Kil- u e n t e d at Zurich. Hei- delberg and In other Ger- man univer- sities. Became a disciple of Cuvler. Was a professor at Neu- chatel and there Issued two of his great books. Studied the gla- ciers of the Alps, and some of his most brilliant work was the result. Came to the United States in 1840 to lecture and was made professor of natural histo- ry at Harvard. Henceforth de- voted his life to the development of science In America with sig- nal success. Lectured extensive- ly and established summer schools; also led parties of scien- tists in investigations in various parts of this country and Itra/.il. Let us take time to get ac- quainted with our familes. The wealth you are accumulating may be a doubt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 22 September 1911

•I ) ■ The Cook | always feels J confident of I. pure anawnolesome fo o d. wlien tisind DrPRICES I Baking Powder I A Pure,Grape Creams/Tartar | g™a Baking Powder | igP| Made froiry Grapes THE POST-SIGNAL. 0. J. MOFFITT & SON, Pubs. Published every Friday in the Post- tGSAL building southwest corner of square. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. The Publishers are merthers 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 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, 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 f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 22 September 1911

Sanger. Miss Anna Moss, who has been visiting with her brother, J. I. Moss, has returned to Ft. Worth to take up her dutie in the public school. Miss Cola Jones and sister, Mrs. Nettie Sullivan, left Satur- day for a two months sojourn in Scurry County. Luther J. Moore is here from Prosper. Marshall McKeynoldsof Prai- rie Chapel was here Saturday. Mrs. Dave Jones of Fairview was visiting with the family of Uncle Jesse Jones Saturday and Sunday. Miss Lottie Barsher of Denton Wesley Chapel. Bro. Tincher filled his ragu- lar apointment ut the M. E. Church Sunday and Sunday night. Mr. Walter Vaughn of this place, who has been visiting in Oklahoma City, died with ty- phoid fever and was buried at that place. Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn were with him at the time of his J death and Mr. Charlie and lister went but arrived too late for the burial. Born—To Mr. and Mrs Paiie Cantrell, Sept. 12 a girl. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Clay Hollaway, Sept. 12, a girl. Mr. and Mrs Roy King, Mr. is here to take up he...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 22 September 1911

#) • L ( Special. A Crack-nailing Good Hominy 3 (No. 3) large cans for 25c 3 No. 2 cans Pie Peaches for 25c 2 No. 3 cans Pie Plums for 25c I F. W. Hayden Telephone 45 Kntered at the l'ostoftlce at Pilot Point Texas, as second-class matter. W. O. W. Unveiling. There will be a unveiling at Belew Cemetery next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Every one cordially invited. An ad- dress will be made by A. Q. Mustain of this city. You will find the Misses Stin- netts Millinery store on the south side of the square. Will always take pleasure in showing you through. Mrs. Sargent of McKinney is the guest of her step-daughter, Mrs. J. R. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Hearn re- turned last week from a several weeks stay in Manitou, Col. Mrs. Charles Ballew of Vernon is here the guest of Mrs. Arthur Peel and Mrs. W. M. Reynolds. Wright & McGee will have a Special Display of Pattern Hats Thursday, Sept. 28. Don't fail to see them. Friday, Sept. 22, 1911. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rotterman, Sept. 15...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 22 September 1911

•r For the Farmer Farm Stock Save all of the pigs. Pork will be in demand on your farm and you can not afford to dispose of pigs because feed is high and scarce. Plant crops for pigs and make cheap pork to sell at a high price—that is the price you will payifyou buy. If you have a good pasture and some surplus grain and hay why not feed a few steers? This is a good way to market surplus feed. Do not get scrubs or "raw-bone"animal8 for this purpose. Get animals that lay on fat economically. Rye and vetch when sown to- gether make fine winter pasture. For good land, sow one bushel rye and one bushel of vetch to the acre. Vetch is a weak plant and need rye, barley or wheat to hold it up. Rye is well adapted for this purpose. The manure from your dairy cows if properly saved and econ- omically applied will contribute much toward paying feed bills. Take good care of your manure and use it to build up your fail- ing soil. If you expect to grow cheap pork you should plant a winter grazing ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 22 September 1911

ti. « JSWv. f ; XV ; * : ;•>••*%•;•;• •:vm-::*MKMjm "X /•<■' ^ 'HOXOXot^:-: ^ * ^ZS ^ 2~ /Z'~""V>. r, **' *** im& tffi i- «£ ."! : J A FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY WAR STORY Br F A MITCHELL,. Copyright. 1892. by American Press Association. CHAPTER III. A CONFKUKKATE IIOttSKIIOI.D. MARK and .Jnkey trudged on They met no one on the way, hut at one part of the road running through a thick wood they saw a light in the distance to the right in the thickest part. They halt- ed for a moment and then advanced cautiously. Coming to a place where they could get a view of what the light revealed, tli'oy saw several men in "butternut," whose horses were picketed near by. lying around the em bers of a lire. "Guerrillas," quoth Mark Not caring to disturb these villains, who had no more respect for Confed- erates than Unionists, they passed on stealthily. About midnight they came to a rivu- let, and Mark concluded to bivouac there. They turned in among tlie trees beside the road. "Jakey," sai...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 22 September 1911

m ©. ©. IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN Are sad words, indeed. The world is full of men who might have been rich had they been awake to such Money Saving Opportunities as these. Don't be among the mourners, when the Sale is over, but wear the Satisfied Smile—You traded at Martin & Wilfong's Big S, le and Saved Your Dollars. O o / Ladie's Skirts and Suits. All our Silk Skirts in all the popular colors including Pereiuns, 7.00 values only Several dozen silk drop skirts in all the pop- ular colors, worth 5.00, only Several dozen embroidered Skirts, in colors QQp as well as plain black, worth 1.75, our price \J\lu Several dozen skirts in black only, worth 75c, ^Qp will go in this sale at only Ladies' Dress Skirts:—We certainly have the great- est line of Dress Skirts, including all the new weaves as well as the voiles, panamas and serges, If you are look- ing for great values in justice to yourself see our skirts before you buy. Prices 2.50 and up to 15.00 Ladie's Coat Suits and Dresses: Never h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 29 September 1911

The Post-Signal. VOL XXXIV. PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FKIDAY, SEPTEMBER '29, 1911. NO. A STORE OF QUALITY Over and over again we hear it remarked this store keeps Better Goods. This is as we want it. We are glad to be known as the quality store of Pilot Point. Buying cheap goods to save money is like stopping a clock to save time. Price without quality is pulp without juice. Any huckster can shout "Bargain!" but it takes a clean and keon mer- chant to accompany low prices with high values. To those who order some things from mail order houses, we say, bring us any catalog in the U. S., and we will duplicate the price, or less and save you the express charges. Order your goods if j ou can get them cheaper that way, but if you can get same styles and goods for same or less money from us, certainly you prefer to get them at Home. "Come, let us reason together." Never was this Big Store better prepared than right now to serve this community. Many people are buying now in order to get the best...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 29 September 1911

•ifWl&i I twv* i '*fe" A FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY WAR STORY Br F A MTTCHE.L,. Copyright. 1892, by American Press Association. CHAPTER IV GLORIOUS PERFIDY. WHEN Mark went down stair? the next morning, followed by .I a key. they were invited into the breakfast room Laura Fuin was there, but her mother was not Mark looked at I.aura. but she avoided his (raze He asked after her mother "Mamtua scarcely erer gets up to breakfast." she said as she poured out a substitute for coffee During the meal she said but little, and that was only on commonplace subjects. She seemed to have more on her mind than tlie soldier who was taking his life in his hands, and stu- diously avoided looking at him at all After breakfast Mark followed his hostess through a door opening into a sitting room on the opposite side of tlie hall from the parlor. "Miss Fain," he said, "I know too well the station of your family and southern customs not to accept as a gift the hospitality you have afforded. I can only expre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 29 September 1911

I r 1 Home Baked Flaky Biscuits Delicious Cake Healthful Food made wjih Br. Price's! CREAM BakingPowder |! The product of Grapes For the Farmer Some Farm Fables. Two doga got into a desperate fight over the posession of a bone. When they were mixed in good shape another dog that was a mere spectator to the battle, quietly picked up the bone over which the fight started and walk- ed off with it saying to himsalf as he hied away to a quiet apot, "If it wasn't for a lot of durned fool doga like thoae two it woul 1 be a lot harder for me to rustle a living." A farmer put a scarecrow up in the middle of his field to keep the birde out of his corn. For several days the bluff worked all right but after nearly a week had gone by a wi°e old crow called a convention of hia tribe and when order had been obtain- ed addressed them as follows: "I have been watching that man over there in the middle of the field now for five days. He hasn't moved an inch so far as I can see in all that time. I hav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 29 September 1911

If we cant haveTfcss ~*TfcD v School Shoes well tfo barefoot. J ~~v y—r * <#> ♦ ♦ # ♦ ♦ SCWOOIl snots FOR STYLE AND SERVICE ★ TED | Look Better—Fit Better- # <%> # <#> ♦ # * # ♦ * I * # t * ♦ # # * # t #> * ♦ Ebry King visited his brother Grover in Pilot Point last Sun- day. Nothing to report in the way of sickness except a siege of sore | eyes which is pre'ty bad at pre- : sent. Watchman. Wear Longer! "Tess and Ted" are members of the Star Brand Family;. * "STATi &RAND SHOES ARE BETTER" ♦ ♦ ♦ <# <#> 'STAR BRAND SHOES ARE BETTER* Fairview. 'Tis still dry and hot out this way. Cotton picking in some places here is just about done, as the second picking is going to be ve- ry light. Mr. Hulsey of Hemming was in our community last Sunday. R. S. Davis spent a few days the passed week with friends and relative of Collin Co. Louis Cates has again return- ed to the Panhandle country. L. C. Lincecum and family visited Saturday night and Sun- day south of Pil...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 29 September 1911

/ N 3 c %) Nothing Doing But Groceries AT Hayden's We Deliver the Goods Try us if You're From niSSOURI Entered at the PoBtofflce at Pilot Point Texas, as second-class matter. Friday, Sept. 29, 1911. Born:—To Mr. and Mrs. Fer- dinand Berend, Sept., 22 a girl. Preaching at the Church of Christ 'Sunday by the pastor, Eld E. L. Coohran. Mrs. D. H. Painter is in Cle- burne to see Grandma Whiteside who is very sick. American Boy Watches SI.00 guaranteed one year, at G. B. Moffitt's. Four weeks, nearly, since it rained in this section, and the ground is again very dry. Sam South is having a new house built on his farm south- west of town and expects to move to it when completed. You will find the Misses Stin- netts Millinery store on the south side of the square. Will always take pleasure in showing you through. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Crosgrove and F. W. Hayden returned home last Friday night from Manitou, Colo. Mr. Crosgrove is improv- ing. The protracted meeting at Cal- vary Baptist church i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 29 September 1911

Drs. CmtGher. Gruington & 6o„ -SPECIALISTS ON ALL CHRONIC DISEASES Dr. F. B. Crutcher, graduate Vanderbilt Medical College 1886=7. Grad. Univ., Nashville Medical College 1893=4. Chief Physi= cian Wilmer Hospital 1895. Post-Qrad. Hospital Course New York 1898. Dr. W. B. Crudgington graduate fledical Colleges too numerous to mention. CONSULTATION and EXAMINATION FREE Permanently located in Gainesville. Drs. Crutcher & Crudgington hold diplomas in several of the finest institutions of medical learning in the world, so you no longer have to pay out large sums of money to Railroads in far away cities like St Louis, Chicago and New York City, but ynu can get the very best services right here at home. If you have some long standing complicated disease that has cost you so much suffering and hard earned money, having been under the treatment of your home Doctors, failing to be cured, and have about given up all hope of ever being cure!, you had better make up your mind to make one m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 29 September 1911

1 J r The Home Circle Some men stumble over straws in the road to heaven but climb over hills on the road to destruc- tion. If a child is brought up in the constant exercise of courtesy to- ward brothers and sisters and playmates, as well as toward pa- rents and uncles and aunts, it will have little left to learn as it grows older. In the home life never forge that the children have social rights,and the chief among these is the right to laugh when they are happy, to cry when they are unhappy, and to make a noise. Character makes the man; character plus culture make the gentleman and the gentleman is the real nobleman of this world Culture is the rose on the breast of character. Wear it that you may make life not only useful and honorable, but high, sweet and helpful, noble and divin°. The house and home require a head the same as any other bu- siness. No study is of greater | importance to a girl; after mar- riage she often wishes she knew more of cooking and less of Lat- in. Money...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 29 September 1911

OUT LET $XLE! IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN Are sad words, indeed. The world is full of men who might have been rich had they been awake to such |§ Money Saving Opportunities as these. Don't be among the mourners, when the Sale is over, but wear the § Satisfied Smile—You traded at Martin & Wilfong's Big Sale and Saved Your Dollars. ■©; _ m Sale Continues till Saturday, October 14th. WEST SIDE SQUARE PILOT POINT, TEXAS THE R ft ICE ZS THE TfffffG m m w m M Correspondence FRIENDSHII Continued from page four. Some of the young people of Fairview community attended church here Sunday night. Mrs. Leda and Miss Ada Fitch spent last Thursday with Bro. Tincher and family of Aubrey. Mr. Menasco of Spring Hill spent one day last week with his daughter, Mrs. Jackson Nix. Mrs. Rogers and Mrs. Elliott spent Thursday evening with Mrs. John Wright, Mrs. Riley Taylor is on the sick list. Mr. Haynie and family are moving to Oklahoma for another year. Rev. Carder of Lewisville spent Sunday night with John R...

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