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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 24 November 1911

# <0 Log Cabin Maple Syrup Now Pack Red Pitted Cherries Chase & Sanborn's Teas and Coffee Best on Earth Barrel Kraut Complete Line Of Fruit Cake Ingredients. F. YV. Hayden Entered at the Postofflce at Pilot Point Texas, as second-class matter. Friday, Nov. 24, 1911. Get a Kodak for Christmas Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Dent were here Wednesday. They were moving from Celina to Tioga. Mrs. M. A. Gibba of Ft. Worth after a visit here with relatives returned home last Saturday. Red sow pig strayed Thursday Nov. 16. Weighed about 50 lbs. Notify B. G. Bradford. Mr. A. D. Cagle has sold his residence in north part of town to Rev. J. H. Murphy who will occupy it soon. Gordon Elmore and wife and D. J. Mitchell and wife went to Gainesville Sunday to attend the Methodist Conference. "Big Ben" Alarm clock for $2.50, and guaranteed at G. B. Moffit's Rev. Hugh McClellan will preach Sunday morning and evening at the Central Christian ohurch. Everybody invited. J. N. Russell of Marshall was the guest...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 24 November 1911

For the Farmer li"rtH to overcome, and the blood of Hit- Old South is goinug to make the New South—Temple Mirror. Cotton Seed Heal as a Feed. John C. Burn*, profetsor of Animal husbandry of the A & M. Colltge of TYxhh says: Ab much as 2 t" t*o and one* half lbs. ci ttonseed meal per thousand pounds live weight per day may be fed to horses and mules wiih very good retult , but when as much as 3lbp. tr more have been fed less favor oble results have been obtained Cottodseed meal, added t > a grain and ordinary hay ration, ia much better than oorn alone with hay, as it affords a much better balanced ration. By the use of cottonseed meal, I think you can safely count on replao ing as much as from 2 to two and one-half lbs. corn und 1-Ib. of meal. In other words where the ration has betn 10-lbs. corn per day, by addin 2 lbs. meal, I think you can feed only 6«lbs corn und ut the same time have a mi re effective ration, than with the corn alone. If pure rice bran can be ob- tained i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 24 November 1911

I I I I The Home Circle Thanksgiving. The toil of the summer is over, the orop-i hiva baon garnered, and it ia right and proper now, that we should atop for a few momenta and turn over thoughts and render our thanks to (he great giver of every good and perfect gift, for the bounties we enjoy and the general proi-perity of the country. We would be very indignant should any one accuse us of being ungrateful for the favora accorded ua; out there is a law of nature that de- crees, that if a man will not use a faculty or power, he shall not retain it, arid the spirit of thank- fulness ia not exercised ua much as it should be. In this excited and feveriah race of life, we sim- ply snatch its many blessing without stopping to think of the source from whence they came, and we are slowly, but 8urely losing this principle of gratitude arid aa the general prosperity in- creases, we are withdrawing more and more into the little cir- cle of self. Aa we become more and more independent of eaoh ot...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 24 November 1911

• 3«C • 3 COKOKMIC.OICOJC* rm THANKSGIVING OFFERINGS Table Linen at Special Prices 58 inch Table Linen, regular 35c value 19c 66 Inch Table Linen, regular 65c value 39c 72 inch Table Linen, regular 85c value 55c 72 inch Table Linen, regular 1.35 value 89c 72 inch Table Linen, regular 1.50 value 98c Just Received New Qoods in every Department, and you will find them moderately priced. Reed Rocking Chair Free. Free to anyone purchasing 30.00 worth. For 1.00 to purchaser of $22.50. For 1.50 to the purchaser of 15.00 worth. Ladies Coat Suits at Half- Price 27.50 Coat Suits, your choice, only «3 75 25 00 Coat Suits, your choice only 12.50 20.00 Coat Suits, your choice, only 10 00 15.00 Coat Suits, your choice, only 7 50 10.00 Coat Suits, your choice, only 5.00 Where the Quality of Merchandise is a Little Higher at a Lesser Price West Side Square TH£ PKiCJE IS THE TtffAfG, Pilot Point, Texas 0 ?0vQ'0y©v< ©M©M©A©) Just Arrived A Car of Kansas Flour—the best light bread flour in town, an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 1 December 1911

The Post-Signal. VOL. XXXIV. PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1. 1911. NO. 14 QUALITY TELLS-PRICE SELLS. I A Great St. Louis Jobbers' Sale begins at our Store Wednesday Dec. 6th and lasts 24 days, closing Satur- day December 30th. Our Buyer made a trip to St. Louis and attended the Big Cut Price Sale of all the Jobbers of St. Louis, held Octo- ber 13th to 19th. These goods are now being marked and placed in our stock for a last big Sale for 1911. Really, we believe you will be sur- prised at the low prices. t 4 5 H. M. RUSSELL & CO PILOT POINT TEXAS NEWS IN BRIEF. has A Saratoga chip factory been 9tarted at Greenville. Snow fell in the Panhandle Monday from Texline to Chil- dress. The great concrete causeway from Galveston to the main land is nearing completion. It ha9 cost $2,000,000. Cooke County's new court house which was recently com- pleted has been accepted by the commissioners court. The battleships New York and Texas now under construction, when commisbioned, will b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 1 December 1911

/ /4~" \ V'/v"' .AfV**.' •.; • ^ <£ix ^ •: caCgRu • ■ •••...■ -. <Hhtfi A } IFTicTH ANNIVERSARY WAR STORY F A MITCHELr. Cooynaht. 1892. by American Press Association. The soldier approached and stood at I tention. "(jo tell Captain Heath that the man who was here this evening has gone, and 1 want him followed and brought back. Tell hltu to send by all the roads." The man saluted and went away. "Cameron," said the major, after giv- ing the order, "God grant that tills act of yours may not be known. It will not be, for I am the only one who knows of it. and It will never pass my lips." "I am responsible for my net. and if it becomes known I trust I shall have courage to meet the consequences like n man. The young wife who was left in my charge 1 leave in yours. 1 would gladly protect her myself, but I prefer to spare her the pain of being under m.v protection. If her husband is taken ami she needs me, send for me." As soon as he had gone Taliaferro called a negro woman, and told...

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

7) Price's Cream BaKing PoWdcr Made from grape Cream of Tar- tars 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. to measures an well as to men. The intelligence ot the American people is suffi ;iunt to judge of meusures if that duty is placed upon thom an i they will beoomu stronger in that capacity with the exercise of the faculty. That government is most satisfactory and best which i-pringa from thu heart of the governed. During a strike of the street cleaning men in New Yo"k City, the garbage accumulated at th ) \ rate of 10,000 loads each day. This illustrates how much li e welfare of a great city is depend- ent upon the harmomous working of the many lines of employ- ment. Let anyone of the utilities cease opperation and there is in - j convenience. C- P. Rodgers attributes his accident with his aeroplane which occurred recently in California and in weich he was badly hurt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 1 December 1911

^ tJ? *}* ^ ^ 4* t X * * * * * * * * * i* * * * * 4* * 4* * * * * * * * * * * * Men, Women, Boys Will And Girls Alike be Interested in the Line of Goods I Carry in my Stock. TOILET ARTICLES of a great variety for the Wo- men, all at low prices, in conjunction with High quality CIGARS, Etc., for the particular smoker. Pipes, Tobaccos and Cigarettes. KINO'S CHOCOLATES and Bon Bons, for the boys and girls, in bulk or fancy packages. Men and wo- men also like this high grade Candy, A fresh ship- ment just in. *IY SODA FOUNTAIN is a treat to the eyes and the good drinks served there are pure and refreshing, J. R. PEEL North Side Pilot Point * * * * * * 4 4 4 * 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 X 4* 4* <b 4- 4* 4* 4+ ^ 4* 4* ^ 4 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* tf Fort Worth visitor Friday. Mrs. A. J. Watson is visiting her brother, G. D. Gulledge, who lives at Shawnee, Okla, George W. Letner was in Pilot Point Saturday. B >rn—To Isora Sjal and wife, a girl. Mrs. E. L. Berry who is i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 1 December 1911

Citation by Publication. £ 4, * Te the Sheriff or Denton County, State of Texas, I County of Denton s any Constable of (ireeting: You are hereby commanded to sum- mon Minnie Francis by making pub- lication of this Citation once in each week for four consecutive weeks pre- vious to the return day hereof, in some newspaper published in your County, if there be a newspaper pub- lished therein, but if not, then in any newspaper published in the Sixteenth Judicial District; to appear at the next regular term of the District Court of Denton Cjunty, Texas, to be held at the Court House thereof, in Denton, Texas, on the sixth Monday after the second Monday in January, A. D. 1912, the same being the 19th. day of February, A. D. 1912, then and there to answer a petition filed in said Court on the 28th. day of August A. D. 1911. in a suit numbered on the docket of said Court, No. 5419, where- in S. M. Francis is I'laintiff and Min- nie Francis is Defendant and the cause of action being alleged...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 1 December 1911

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 1 December 1911

' !) W I Log Cabin Maple Syrup New Pack Red Pitted Cherries Chase & Sanborn's Teas and Coffee Best on Earth Barrel Kraut Complete Line Of Fruit Cake Ingredients. F. W. Hayden 11 J1 Entered at the Postofflce at Pilot Point Texas, as second-class matter. Friday, Dec. 1, 1911. Get a Kodak for Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. F, C. Hendrix and children of Fort Worth spent Thanksgiving here with Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Mitchell. W. B. Carson attended the Masonic Grand Lodge at Waco this week, representing the lodge at this place. "Big Ben" Alarm clock for $2.50, and guaranteed at G. B. Moffit's Miss Nannie Drake who hat been visiting her aunt Mrs. Elb Whitten left Sunday for he home in Oklahoma and was ac- compained as far as Whitesboro by Mrs. Whitten. Miss Ben Firquin of Tom Beun was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Windle and other friends here this week. Citizens Victorious in Spelling Hatch. The Spelling match came off last Friday night before one of the largest audiences which has been brough...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 1 December 1911

* I ; 1 I For the Farmer Texas Industrial Congress Dalla°, TexflP, Nov 27—Re duced r< un 1- li > rati s have been granted by all of the railroads of the State on account of the third annnnl convention of Texas In- dutUial Cungn as which will be : held in Dalla9 on Wednesday, December 20. The rate from j points within 90 miles of Dallas will be one and one-third fare for j the round-trip; from points 100 mi'es fri m Dallas, S3 60 for the round-trip, and for all points in the State over 100 miles from Dallas, one and one-fifth fare for the round-trip. Tickets well be on sale at all railroad stations on December 18 and 19 and also on December 20 for trains reaching Dallas before noon on that day. They are gotd returning for all trains leaving Dallas December 21. The $10,000 in prizes offered by the Congress for the best yields of corn and cotton will be awarded at the convention. It is not yet known, of course, who the winner will be, as all of the reports are not yet in, but man...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 1 December 1911

?[' The Home Circle Thanksgiving Reveries. The autumn of 1621 waned on, a prosperous community. Ply- mouth, Mass , was both healthy and wealthy. Sickness, though it had destroyed one-half the company of pilgrims, had ceased and the crops, as a whole, had been good, the peas alone fail- ing. All the houses in the set- tlement hail been put into condi- tion and a goodly stock of furs and prepared lumber had been made ready for export to Eng- land by the next ship. The wa- ters swarmed with fish and sea fowl were abundant. The call of the wild turkey was heard in the woods and the patter of the fleet- ing deer wasnnhing strange- The summer was past; the harvest ended. The pilgrim3 deoid jd upon a period of recreation. The governor sent out four hunts- men, who in one day secured game to last a week. Hospitali- ty was extended to Massasoit of the neighboring settlement, who brought ninety people with him. The guefets remained thirty days. The company engaged in rounds of amusements, in ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 1 December 1911

1 i' *i n § W w © I .0 I p I i w V© 8 £ 1 & •©; Nearly Every Freight and Express Bring us New Goods. Our Buyer, Mr. L. N. Steinlein, took advantage of the Big St. Louis Jobbers' Sale and bought great quantities of merchandise at a fraction of their real worth, and we don't hesitate in saying we can save you money. "Is thi* a tact?" you might question us. Well, take your pencil and put down various articles you wish to purchase and go elsewhere and price, and then come get our prices and see if our statement is not true Take any line of merchandise, say Hats: Others get $5.00 for best. Stetson Hats, our price is $13.95. Gingham*: They will take the same grade and make two counters of it and price one 8c and the other 11c. Now that is done to fool the people. We put all on one counter, single and double fold and make a price of 8c. Take calico or anything you may need and see if we are not correct in say- ing we deal with you on the square and make the price. Special prices on any...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 8 December 1911

The Post Signal. VOL. XXXIV. PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER S. 11)11. NO. 15 m WHEN YOU THINK THINK OF US! Something to please everybody here, and, best of all, the Prices are so Reasonable. Cut Prices in every department in the Big Store. H. RUSSELL & CO PILOT POINT TEXAS m fiiira m JOgS I08S M NEWS IN BRIEF. The postoffice safe at Collins- ville was blown open by robbers last Wednesday night and 8160 in money and 81000 in stamps taken. The robbery is thought to have been done by experts. Fire destroyed about 8400,000 worth of buildings at the State Penitentiary at Huntsville, Mon- day. This los9 added to the cane crop loss from the recent freeze which did possibly as much dam- age, seriously cripples the Texas penitentiary system financially. The Western Laborer, a paper published at Omaha, suggests that the labor unions pay the heirs of each of the victims of the dynamiting outrages at Los Angeles, 81u,000. That paper says: "Organized labor should face about and clean h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 8 December 1911

fr History Repeats Itself. Wherever the Independents have entered the field the number of subscribers has doubled, subscribers were connected with the Pilot Point exchange on April ist. We appreciate your patronage. Yours for better LOOK FOR THE telephone service and more of it. SHIELD 528 The North Texas Telephone Co. CHAS. PEARCE, LOvt I Manager. 8. W. Porter, President, 8,1). Donoho, Vice I'ree, O. A. 8hock, 8ec. and Trciis, VT" ' = 4 are mean and sordid, if she fills her home with strife, beauty's palm wont be accorded to that girl, you bet you life. Here's the truth, or pretty near it— paste it, maidens, in your sox— beauty of the mind and spirit is the kind of stuff that knocks.— Walter Mason. How To Use Red Cross 5eals. With the sale of Red Cross Seals in progress in almost every state and city of the United States The National Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuber- culosis is issuing the following instructions to its fifty thousand paid and volunteer workers en- ...

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

More Home Baking, Better every way than the ready I made foods DrPRICES Baking Powder pure,Cream of Tartar | Powder | Made frcm\ Grapes No Alum No Lime Phosphate JTHE POST-SIGNAL. B. J. MOFFITT & SON, Pubs. Published every Friday in the Posit- ional, building southwest corner of square. ONE DOLLAR 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 BRANCHFS IN ALL THE PH'NCiPAL 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 he charged for at the rate of 3c a line. Resolutions of Respect and Obituaries will be charged for at the rate of 2%c a line, 6 words make a Hue. 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 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 8 December 1911

*1* ^ tj* •I* -J- fjtf t-Jt •>!* *!■• +jf ►! ••• * * * * * * * £* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * CHRISTINAS SUGGESTIONS FOR FATHER, HOTHER, BROTHER AND SISTER Do your Christmas shopping early. Buy before the rush. We have many articles which will make most acceptable Gifts. Perfumery. Toilet Water, Pipes, Cigars in Holiday packages, Fountain Pens, Box Stationery, Leather Purses, Fancy Box Candy in 50c, 75o and 1.00 pack- ages, Combs and Brushes of Best grades. CHRISTHAS POST CARDS J. R. PEEL North Side Pilot Point * 4- * * * * 4 + * 4 b * * 4 * * * * 4- * * * * * * Grandma Wilfong, Mrs, Curtis Roberts and children uf Bridg- port are visiting relatives and friends here. Miss Jennie Melton was the guest of Misses Ruby and lrma Rhodes Sunday. Miss Mary Sue Garrison of Pi- lot Point attended church at this place Sunday night. The rain which fell Wednesday night possibly knucked the duet off the cotton. There was a very good crowd at church sunday morning and night to hear the ne...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 8 December 1911

* r 9 « Cw Q1 3 ^ Ei- re ■n ■ m X > < D m § z* g- g* ° c " _ or? 2 f <• S. a E ^3 o H 5 —; rt- O © e x £ a a a ® ?? *5" B o =•2 2 rt- £T rt- >—I ft 3" —, - " O " y rr iS, P P* cr g -• H ££. <-f a o T <D ES a. a . m > r N 5 o Entered at the Postortlee at Pilot Point Texas, as second-class matter. Friday, Dec. 8, 1911. Mercer Henderson Harried. News was recieved here Sun- day of the marriage of Mercer Henderson, in Denton last Sat- urday evening. The wedding was a surprise to all his friends, who extend congratulations. The following account was taken from the R cord and Chronicle: At the home of R-jv. Fred L. MoFadden Saturday evening Mercer Henderson, a youug Denton man in the employ of C. F. Witherspoon, and Mien Ida Willams, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Williams, were married. Miss Mary Will- iams, a sister of the bride, and Woodson Harris were the only ones present at the ceremony be- sides Rev. and Mrs. McFadden. Both of the young people are well ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 8 December 1911

For the Farmer Benefits Of Fall Plow- ing. The favorable weather thu fall should be used in fall plowing and in preparing for crops next. Our experience of this year should be a lesson upon the benefits of deep fall plowing. We had lit- tle rain to date this fall, mois- ture for 1911, if normal, is yet to oome. If past seasons are to be taken as an indication of what we may expect, there will be sufficient moisture this winter and next spring to start orops favora- bly. It will then be a problem of conserving moisture fpjpeily so that crops may have the tenefits. To do this, the soil must be turn- ed early ahd harrowed amply, making a reservoir for storing it* Man can not produce rain; that is beyond hie power, but he has intelligence enough to conserve it and to get the soil in a condition where it will be utiliz- ed by plants. There is alawys a great loss of both plant food and moisture when the land is left unplowed during the winter. Rain water falling upon hard land runs off, c...

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