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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 20 October 1911

> $ o # f> • NEW Barrel Pickles Dill Pickles Bottle Pickles Olives Oatmeal Flake Homiri) Chopped Hominy F. W. Hayden j tions be furnished them and a copy be sent to our church pa- per. Mrs. J. L. Sullivan. Mrs. J, A. Henderson. Mrs. J. B. Burks. Committee. A Tribute of Love. i The XIX Century Club has ; been porely bereaved. God in his I infinite wisdom Iia9 taken from our midst one beloved, and one of our most faithful workers— Mrs. Flake. Be it Resolved : That in her j death we have lost from our club j one of our brightest members j and one whose pure character and beautiful life we should all strive to emulate. To know her was to love her. No self-sacri- fice was too great for her to give to make others happy. Her sweet, mugnetic influence would draw you to her whether you would or no. Resolved, That we cherish her memory as a bright guiding star. The vacant place she has left ink. ' \7 " r>"u |\ . ... the Sunday School to the Ch our club and in the hearts of its Entere...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 20 October 1911

K Price's4 Cream I Baking I PoWder. Made from grape Cream of Tar- tar j absolutely free from alum• For sixty years American house- wives have found Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder a guarantee of light, pure and wholesome food. THE POST-SIGNAL. 0. J. MOFFITT & SON, Pubs. Published every Friday in the Post- ignal building southwest corner of square. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. The Publishers are men bers of the Printers' Mutual Insurance Associa- tion of Texas. THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE GENERAL OFFICES NCW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE FT"': iPAL 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, li 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 subseque...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 20 October 1911

The Home Circle The home where "Good morn- ing" and ''Good night" are care fully said by one to another, are the homes of the world where good thoughts are generated, where good deeds have place, and from whence go out good lives. A happy home is the brightest spot on earth that the eye of God looks down upon. Love and peace in his home sends sunshine around the man wherever he go- es; disorder and trouble there is, misery everywhere. Let the ungrateful world eneer at the maiden aunt, but God has a throne furnished for her arriv al, and on one side of that throne in heaven there is a vase contain- ing two jewels, the one brighttr than the Kohinoor of London Tower, and the other larger than any diamond ever found in the districts of Golconda—the one jewel by the lapidary of the pa- lace cut with the words. "In as much as ye did it to father," the other jewel by the lapidary of the palace cut with the words, "In as much as ye did it to moth- er." To gard our sons and daugh- ters from ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 20 October 1911

Our Great Factory Surplus Sale Sale Starts Saturday, Oct. 21, and Lasts Until Saturday, Nov. 18th THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS Worth of merchandise purchased by our buyer, fir. Steinlein, direct from the mills at less than 50c on the dollar. Cotton continues to go down, the mills got scared, our buyer was on the ground with the spot cash and bought carloads almost at his own price. OUR CUSTOHERS GET THE BENEFIT. This will be the most gigan- tic distribution of Merchandise ever known in this country. You will agree with us that never was there before such a golden opportunity offered the people of this vicinity to save money. A great many merchants will court your favor in order to sell you your Fall Bill of Dry Qoods, A duty you owe to your family, Buy where you Can buy Cheapest. Come and get our prices and we are sure of your de- cision. Come, buy where your dollar will du ths work of TWO. Free! Large Full Roll REED ROCKER Worth $7.50 anywhere. To the customer who buys during this Sale $30...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 27 October 1911

The Post-Signal. VOL XXXIV. PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27. 1911. NO. 9 iiiliiii 1I11IM1I111118 THE GREEN TAG SALE! I NOW ON! Our Sale is drawing peo- ple from long distances as well as home people, having sold goods within four miles of Gainesville. They tell us our Goods are Better and m p i I i v S5Q IN COLD Prices Cheaper. I 4 a li fL AND ONE $35 SEWING MACHINE Come in let us explain A A look and comparison of values does not obligate you to buy. Every Express brings us New things. Come often and keep posted. M & m rM i *.fas 1 H. . RUSSELL & CO PILOT POINT TEXAS m m SS m S§ m MS, mi iiwfisl! Rodgers' Machine Is Wrecked. Spofford, Oct. 25.—Cal P Rod gers' aeroplane was wrecked here this morning when he at- tempted to resume his flight to Del Rio, The propeller hit a hummoch, smashing the machine so badly that he can not resume his flight before Sunday. Rodg- escaped unhurt. The cold wave Saturday was followed by aheavy frost Sunday moring. Considerable damage is ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 27 October 1911

• r7^n rm 1V;' * > \ J 1 A!kv..vUXSi,-. MS ... . .~-i A FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY WAR STORY EV F A MTTCHEL,. Coayright. 1892. by American Press Association. CIIAI'TKR IX FI.OATINO FOR I IFF. MARK had very little Idea now long a time would elapse be fore It would ho discovered that Sourt was In Ills place and he had escaped. It might he few minutes, it might he hull an hour It might possibly he not till morning .bough of this he bad little tope, lie believed thai within half an hour lie would be pursued by bloodhounds. IJe had been about the town enough to know the directiou ot the river anu started toward It. He was at home in the water, and determined that he would not attempt to find a boat, bin would plunge In and swim for his life The width of the river at Chattanooga was ouly about three-quarters of a mile, and Mark did not regard this a great distance for a good swimmer. Once across the dogs would have to pick up the scent on the other side, and if he should permit the current t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 27 October 1911

/ N 1 More Home Baking, | Better every way | than the ready made foods DrPRICES Baking Powder A pure,Cream of Tartar I Powder | Made frcmr\ Grapes No Alum No Lime Phosphate THE POST-SIGNAL^ B. J. MOFFITT & SON, Pubs. Published every Friday in the Post- ignal building southwest corner of square. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. The Publishers are men.hers 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 Pr'f'l iPAL 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, G words make a line. All business locals will be charged for at the rate of 10c a line lor first insertion and 5c a line for each subsequent iuser tion without change. Rates for display a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 27 October 1911

Bloomfield. There has been a considerable fall in the temperature since last J Thursday night, and it recruited again Friday n;ght and brought a cold, chilly autumn rain which delayed cotton picking for a day or two. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Wooten visited the writer and family last Sunday. The two Misses Boggs of Oak- dale were guests of Miss Bessie Walling last Sunday. Mason Walling and Grady Lipscomb have gone east to pick cotton. The Literary at Bloomfield last Friday night was well attended and a nice time was had, because Noah Gooch and Frank Jones both say so. They meet every other Friday night, with Joe Blanks and Eph Marriott gen- eral managers. I* R. Walling has set on the cor- ner post all week looking for air ships until his old peepers are nearly wore out. There have been very few of our farmers who attended the great State Fair this year. Wheat that has been sown in this section up and looking well. There have been no real es- tate transactions made in this section of the cou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 27 October 1911

« c NEW Barrel Pickles Dill Pickles Bottle Pickles Olives Oatmeal Flake Hominy Chopped Hominy F. W. Hayden j Entered at the Postofflce at Pilot Point Texas, as second-class matter. Friday, Oct. 27, 1911. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fowler, at Amarillo, Oot, 19, a boy. Born—To Mr. and Mr8. R. Blumberg, Oct. 21, a boy. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Hathaway, Oct. 18, a girl. R. B. Nail the best optician. At Gainer's Nov. 3 to 6. El Progresso Club. The El Progresso Club met Tuesday, October 24, with Mrs. Gordon Elmore. Our hostess being President, Mrs. Wilson was aiked to preside. The study for the afternoon was Hiawalha, which was con- ducted by Mrs. Peters. Mrs. Wilson had a splendid I paper on Longfellow's Mission.' Miss McGee read a humorous clipping. Mrs. Smith's paper, ( Indian in Education, was very ; instructive. The Club adjourned, after which our hostess served dainty refreshments. Reporter. American Boy Watches $1.00 guaranteed one year, at G. B. Moffitt's. Mrs. L. W. Bennett i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 27 October 1911

\ For the Farmer Growing; Prize-Winning raised a nice flock of young. Corn. "I like the farm for the plea- Most of uh have an idea, but'HUre 1 find in growing the diffar- few of us realize fully Ihe great educational work that the boy's corn club movement started. Perhaps it, will never be known, but the effects are certainly ap- parent. It is also quite likey that the boys' and girls' hog clubs will exert a powerful infuence upon boys and girls in rural com- munities. ent crops and animals for the sustenance of myself and fellow- men. 1 have not determined what specialty I aim to pursue, but in case of livestock my mot- to is, "The best is none too good." "As to the different crops, I have already learned that it pays well to not plant more than can When the first corn clubs were i cultivated well. 1 am reading being organized in Arkansas boys were slow to enroll. Like every new organization,there are many who prefer to wait until others have joined, consequently demonstration agen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 27 October 1911

il 1 The Home Circle If you think a house should have only onejhend, and that be yours, postpone your wedding indefinitely. There is an old saying to ihe effect that an untiJy mother has disobedient children, and while neither parents or children may relize the why or wherefore of it yet there is always a lack of res- pect and an indifference to the authority of a mother who takes no pride in her personal appear- ance. The meanest men in the world are those whohave allowed them • seves to dirfc away from their mothers and forget all about them. The best and bravest men in the world are those who have never been so proud a* when doing something pleas; nt for the old mother. Who does not feel more cheer- ful and contented for receiving a polite bow, a genial "good morn- ing," a hearty shake of the hand? Who does not m ike himself the happier by these little expression of fellow-feeling and good will? Silence and a stiff, unbending reserve are especially selfish and essentially vulgar....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 27 October 1911

~~^ 1 Our Great Factory Surplus Sale I 1 1 jg Sale Continues Until Saturday, Nov. 18th § g THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS Worth of Hcrchandise purchased by our buyer, i"lr. Steinlein, direct from the mills at less M :0: than 50c on the dollar. Cotton continues to go down, the mills got scared, our buyer was on the ground with the spot @ cash and bought carloads almost at his own price. OUR CUSTOHERS GET THE BENEFIT. This will be the most gigan- M tic distribution of Merchandise ever known in this country. You will agree with us thai never was there before such a golden opportunity offered the people of this vicinity to save money, A great many merchants will court your favor in order to sell you your Fall Bill of Dry Goods. A duty you owe to your family, Buy uhere you Can buy Cheapest. Come and get our prices and we are sure of your de- cision. Come, buy where your dollar will du thj work of TWO. Free! Large Full Roll REED ROCKER Worth $7.50 anywhere. To the customer who buys during this Sale...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 3 November 1911

r The Post-Signal. VOL XXXIV. PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3. 1911. NO. 10 PllilllSlM KEEP WARM In our Nice, warm Underwear, Overcoats, Caps, Blankets, Comforts, Warm Gloves, Fleece and Wool Hosiery, Mufflers, Sweaters and everything you need for winter, NOW ON SALE at GUI PRICES. ATTENTION: One Piece of Silverware FREE With Each $3.00 Purchase! j^nmii^ii ii^'iiiiii^iiiiiiii^iiiiiii^iiiiiii^ii, iiii^iiiiiii^iiiiiiii^iiiniiij|[iiii nii^iiiHiii^iiiiin'jii'imii'^'iii iii'jlfiimii'^iiiiii'^'inin^'iii hi^'ih ;iiijjfiiiinii|! ^ wiijjin1 'iiiijiiim i iii^iiiiii^iiiih^iiiiii^'Ii ji^iiiiiii^iiiii'^iiiiii^iii iii^iiiAiiiiii^ttiiii^'iii fii^iiiiii'^'i'iiii'^'iiiiii'jli'iiiniijiiii iii^n'iife -i > SPECIAL MENTION NOVELTY CLOAKS For Ladies, Hisses and Children, just received by express, Also TAN BUTTON BOOTS Now so scarce all over the United States. We apologize for not being able at times to wait on you as promptly as we should, but it's our busiest season and we are straining every ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 3 November 1911

m ~\ j •*1 SHMKP! v . "P- if. ••' Aff m%l llAiN ;■ 3- -i4K*\ v "" • * : . *^1*2 A FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY WAR STORY BY" F A MITCHEL. Cooyright. 1892. by American Press Association. CHAPTER X. mark's keeper MARK stood for n moment look Ing about til in There were dormer windows which let in the moonlight so ttint hi' could distinctly see everything in (lie rooui. Some trunks wore piled in one corner, nnd In another some furniture Among the latter he noticed n lounge with threadbare upholstery, and taking it In his arms, carried it, trending softly, to one of the windows at the front of the house. The rooui whs very hot, and lie raised the snsli min- ing it with great care, so as not to make any sound. Then he sat down on the lounge. and looking out of the window began to meditate on his sit uation While thus engaged he beard a light tap at the trap door. Opening it he saw a bundle estended by the fair hand of his preserver. He took it, and letting down the trap—Miss Fain did not utter a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 3 November 1911

| The Cook | always feels 1 confident of *. | pure anawnolesome I fo odwlien. tisinjS DbPRICES Baking Powder A Pure,Grape Cream</Tartar jBIjfij Baking Powder | Made from Grapes 15 No Alum No Lime Phosphate I THE POST-SIGNAL. B. J. MOFFITT & SON, Pubs. Published every Friday in the I'ost- i oxal building southwest corner of square. ONK DOLLAlt A YEAR. The Publishers are members 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 FrVMiPAL 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, G words make a line. All business locals will be charged for at the rate of 10c a line for tirst insertion and 5c a line for each subsequent iuser tion wit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 3 November 1911

Wesley Chapel. Here I come again after an ab- sence <>fseveral weeks Bro Tincher, preached at the M. G. Church Sunday. Mr. «T. W. Maya and wife and son Johnnie of Pilot Point visit- ed their daughter, Mrs. Bessie McReynolds, Saturday night and Sunday. School is progressing nicely with Mr. Bentley as a teacher. Charlie King left Sunday for Collin Co., to pick cotton. Bron :—To Mr. and Mrs. Bee George, Oct. 27. a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Vada Lewis of near Prosper is vi9ting Mr. Lon Johnson. Welsie King and Elzie Wilson Grover Juhnson and wife visit- ed his parent®, Mr. and Mrs- M. W. Johnson Saturday night. Mr. Hen Jryx from near Tioga was in this communtiy Monday. Ernest Cook returned home Sunday from Celina. Mr. Tom Wright recently pur- chased 60 acers of land from Mr. Thompson. Sam South has his new resi- dence almost complated. The socialist speaking was post poned Saturday night Rev. Mil- ler being sick. Nell. J. Earl Selz will insure cotton while you hold it. your J. W. Hale wa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 3 November 1911

«* e Pancake Flour Buckwheat Flour Farmer Jones' Sorghum New Seeded Raisins New Mince Meat Caramel Sugarj Above are few of the new things received this week. 3 Cans of Corn, Peas or Hominy for 25c F. YV. Hay den 8 >:H ! Entered at the Postoftlee at Pilot Point Texas, as second-class matter. Friday, Nov. 3, 1911. F. A. Wright went to Hugo, Oklahoma, this week. Mrs. H. D. Harrison of Fort Worth in here visiting her sister, Mrs. N. Wilson. Roy Upchurch returned Mon- day from Naples where he had been buying cotton. For Sale or Trade. Milk Cows for sale or trade. See F..S. Wilson. Ad Alexander. John Elliott. Will Alexander his had a new set of barber chairs placed in the Post Office barber shop. Charley Drake of Marietta, Oklahoma, spent Sunday here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Drake. W. M. Smith and family have returned from visaing their pa- rents in Erath and Comanche counties. 'BIG BEN" is guaranteed. G. B. Moffitt. Preaching at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning at 11...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 3 November 1911

For the Farmer The Silo and Its Benefits. The following in a (art of an address at ihe Dalian Fair by Prof. Evans of the A. and M. College of Texas-: "A silo is a structure built air tight and of such a depth as will furnish pressure from the weight of the feed stored, built for the preserving of feed in the green 9tate. The feeds ordin irily used are corn, cowpeas and sorghum. When the-e are thoioughly rip- ened they are chopped int > small pieces with a feed cutter and packed in the silo. Since it is airtight the wet feed goes through a hot ferment which kills all bacteria and mold and the feed is preserved in the green state quite similar to pickles or kraut. "Placing feed in the feilo does not increase the amount of feed nutrients but it does allow us to save the waste portions, such as the corn stalks that are usually left in the field. Silos are an especial advantage to dairymen for the reaeon that it allows them to have a succulent feed much similar to grass throughout the...

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

1 The Home Circle What chance has a young la- dy a little out of style, who has to earn her own living, to shine in society by the side of one of our fashionable ladies whose pap is a milionaire? Socially we are the slaved of gold. Old-fash- ioned people look at it in the old- fashioned way and say it h all wrong. And so it is; but it is a fact that stares us in the face that those who are worth the most are considered as of the most worth. After all, perhaps the wisest m in was right when he said. "The love of money is the root of all evil." No boy goes out from the Home Circle without a sense of loss. For a time at least, the motherly presence is sadly miss- ed, the sisterly affection warmly cherished. Then if the mother'u letters reach him often, filled with all that a mother most elo- quently expresses, love, hopefu1- ness and prayer, he is still sur- round by a holy influence. We always class children,birds and fowers together. And why? Because they bhould be equally beautiful,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 3 November 1911

>(7 n © p © I i S? I .© s 1 © © i # ©' ® ;© © .© © © 0 Our Great Factory Surplus Sale Sale Continues Until Saturday, Nov. 18th THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS Worth of merchandise purchased by our buyer, Hr. Steinlein, direct from the mills at less than 50c on the dollar. Cotton continues to go down, the mills got scared, our buyer was on the ground with the spot cash and bought carloads almost at his own price. OUR CUSTOHE-RS GET THE BENEFIT. This will be the most gigan- tic distribution of Merchandise ever known in this country. You will agree with us thai never was there before such a golden opportunity offered the people of this vicinity to save money. A great many merchants will court your favor in order to sell you your Fall Bill of Dry Goods. A duty you owe to your family, Buy where you Can buy Cheapest. Come and get our prices and we are sure of your de- cision. Come, buy where your dollar will du the work of TWO. Free! Large Full Roll REED ROCKER Worth $7.50 anywhere. To the custom...

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