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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 5 January 1912

The Post-Signal. VOL. XXXIV. PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 5. 1912. NO. 19 wmmmm Quality Tells! THE ARflY OF BUYERS Price Sells! 'k Every time you let money go for any purpose whatever, you are a buyer. You see, then, all of us are buyers, and broadly speaking, money itself isn't any use except for what we can get for it. It wont warm us and we can't eat it. Some people get more for the same amount of money than others. How much we can get for the money we spend is just as important as how much we can earn. The knack of getting the most possible value for the money you spend.—The art of Buying Right is as important as Selling Right. That is the very heart and spirit of this business. No matter what you want, you can get more and pay less—get better values at this Store thin anywhere else. Trade with us in 1912 and let us prove it, INTEGRITY—Our idea of integrity goes deeper than merely not doing dishonest things. It means serving our customers' best interest, whether the custo...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 5 January 1912

ik~s<«fW'^ivte t«fW!$tr*#twK(w,¥Wjyi««FKWwupw***i4Fi4Fwi¥«r'k-tt>*« ''.riww*iv*wwwwww !>«?« iK JKJ«.V3« )SlJW.V.St.'KSUS!St l.I«jKS)*l3 t3«3 13W (3tt3W3 t ft I S 1 I 1 ? 1 1 1 1 [HUGE IN HETHIIS. Beginning with this announcement we will adopt the method of collecting for all Job Printing, (posters, letter heads, note heads, statements, envelopes, etc.,) ON DE- LIVERY. We are compelled to do this in order to have cash receipts with which to pay off our employes and oth- er necessary expenses each week. The old method requir- ing us to wait till end of each month worked a hardship on us and we believe the business men will appreciate our position and endorse our change of methods. All accounts for advertising will still run till the end of each month, and be collected the first of the month. We ask for your liberal patronage in Advertising and Job Printing during the year 1918, and with your undivided patronage we can serve you better. 1 § I SOUTHWEST CORNER SQUARE tf'4£«?*'«...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 5 January 1912

n o I'm glad you telephoned, 77/ be right over." The dread of sudden sickncss on the farm is to-day robbed of half its terrors. The tele- phone call to the doctor assures first aid ; brings help "in no time." II SOUTHWESTERN ftUiflL LI eliminates distance, for the tele- phone bridges the miles to doctors and friends, and dispels the feeling of isolation and loneliness as nothing else can. Send to-day for booklet. The Southwestern Telegraph & Telephone Co. I THE POST-SIGNAL. B. J. MOFFITT & SON, Pubs. Published every Friday in the Post- ionai, building southwest corner o( square. ONR 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 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 r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 5 January 1912

) A1 i Bloomfield. Owintr to the bad weather Christmas was very quiet here, the cheif event being a Christ- mas Tree which was real nice. Sarta Claus came to 6ee all and the bebt of order was had. Miss Mabel Kennedy spent the hoildays with homefolks in Gainesville. The "forty two" party at Os- car Sitzes' last Thursday night was a most enj iyable affair. Miss Delia Porter who is at- tend ing the Normal at Denton spent Christmas with her par- ents, Mr.and Mrs. J. W. Porter. Some attended Trade Day at Gainesville Monday. Osc ir week with her sister Mrs. Sitzes near Bloomfield. Misses Dallie and Ethel kins of Pilot Point spent last Monday with Mhs Annie Long. Miss Delia Mae Tincher of Aubrey was the guest of Miss Bennie Brand. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Powell of Celina visited Mr. and Mr. Hoi- ford Tuesday. Walter Saoggin and wife visit- ed first of the week with Ed Stoup and family. Huston Hedrick of Denison spent the holiday with his par- ents. Married—Oscar Bently of Mo- j Kinney and Miss...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 5 January 1912

® L t Entered at the Postofflce at Pilot Point Texas, as second-class matter. Friday, Jan. 5, 1912. Born:—To Mr. and Mr. Arthur McClure, Dec. 18, a boy. Born;—To Mr, and Mrs. Olin Godwin, Deo 19, a girl. Born:—To Arthur Jentgen and wife, Dec. 23, a girl. Born:—To Eld E. L. Cochran and wife, Dec. 25, a girl. Born:—To Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McKinney, Dec. 26, a boy. Will D. Burke was in Denton Tuesday and Wednesday. C. N. Drake moved his family Tuesday to his farm about 6 miles southwest of town. Miss May Bell Pirtle of Deca- tur is the guest of Miss Bird Rosser this week. Mrs. W. E. Mountain spent the holidays at Aubrey with her mother. W. E. Nance of Bay City was the guest of W. S. Hale a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. McA'Jams of Tulia visited Mr and Mrs J M Jones during the Holidays. Mrs, Robt. Ledbetter and chil- dren spent the holidays with rel- atives at Sherman. Moeely Moffitt of Shrevt-port La., spent Christmas here with home folks. H. M. Carson and family of Blue Ridge w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 5 January 1912

For the Farmer To The Farmer of Tex- as. Dallas Texas, Jan. 1, 1912 The Texa9 Industrial C ingress is formulating plans for agricul- tural prizes fur 1912 and will make coi.ditions public just as Boon as practicable. In the meantime we advise all farmers who may or may not enter the contests to plow all of the land that they expect to cultivate for prizes, or otherwise, at least one inch deeper than heretofore, and when it is practicable to do so, to follow in the regular fur- row with a bull-tongue, going six to ten inches deeper but turning up no new soil, This will cause the earth to hold more of the winter rains to be used during the coming season. Plow and harrow until you have a practically perfect seed bed six or eight inches deep; plow a- round instead of up and down the elopes to prevent washing; ter- race when it is necessary, and drain well if the land needs it. Rotate and diversify your crops, save and use every pound of manure of all kinds and put it on the land. Do not...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 5 January 1912

# r The Home Circle i A Happy New Year to every reader of this department. Facing the New Year. The clock struck 12 on Dec. 31 and we are ushc r. d into a New Year—with how many plana for the future—new resolves, many alatl that are made to be broken- But let us welcome the untrod- den paths and grasp tha nev conditions with a firm hand, grateful for the blessings the ol 1 year has brought to us. How the years corn s an 1 van- ish ! When the Christmas bells have ceased their ringing we stand facing the New Year which comes with noiseless pace out of the future and we wonder what it will bring us. We are cert.in of one thing, that in our hands is vested the power to make the year one of character growth— If the old year has brought to us failures with the new the tide may turn. Failure is sometime the stepping stone to coming success. The past is gone out the present is left us in which to work. We must conquer diffi- culties and not let them oonquer ue, then what was coesidered a po...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 5 January 1912

A Advertising Talk. Hurry Reed, a young man with tremendous faith in ad- advertising, purchased an in- terest in the Chattanooga steam laundry about seven years ago. The laundry was not doing a great deal of business. Mr. Heed thought the way to in- crease the business was by advertising. He was right. He began by using full pages, and repeated them with such persistency that mfny people thought he was plunging recklessly. The people could not understand how a man could use page advertisements to talk about a laundry, but Mr. Reed knew what he was doing. The business increased enormously. It grew so fast that a new building had to be erected. But success did not damp, en his ardor about advertis- ing.—Some people when they succeed through advertising think they can drop it or minimize it as soon as they become successful. Mr. Reed never had that fallacy. He kept on telling the people what his laundry was doing through the ad- vertising columns. The re- sult is that today he is ope- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 12 January 1912

The Post-Signal. VOL. XXXIV. PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12. 1912. NO. 20 ! y A) A) Aju? AjKr AXHT AJ*y yV*l AJV)' AMT Affij5 A\75? t\\ Kr iVR? A) A) •>/ Aj>>/ A) A) >1 aMsag-aMM§asag3Ms-!2sa£-as«MS-^S-.2MMM§as-!i THE ARflY OF BUYERS Price Sells! m 9J.k Quality Tells! 9M &JA 1 || M Every time you let money no for anv pi: -e w isn't any use except tor what we i.in go ' Some people get more for the same ammm «. we can earn. The knack of getting the 111 That is the very heart and spirit ol lii anywhere else Trade with us in 1912 and let us pro INTEGRITY—Our idea of integrity goes deeper t ,. .0 merely 11 >' d > 1 ■ il customer knows it or not. It means merchandise that is as near faultless as is po- ll ■ ■ n l« r. v' "t\ then, ail of us are buyers, and broadly speaking, money i tself It m v mi v* •'iviii * hi;t as important as how much x .is it. nit lis Selling Right. ius at tlii* Store thin mi l> t in re^t, whsth^r t he l ji.i.^ed i y any standard. as ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 12 January 1912

mt*'m I ■ > '«!■ > ' WWWW^WWlVeWKWKMr^WtVMIUfWKUfieiirK^WUf^^HfUNtMIMEMEUKWUfWKKtKWWWWero^nciP^Pni i CHANGE H HETEIIS. Beginning on January 5th we adopted the method of collecting for all Job Printing, (posters, letter heads, note heads, statements, envelopes, etc.,) ON DE- LIVERY. We are compelled to do this in order to have cash receipts with which to pay off our employes and oth- er necessary expenses each week. The old method requir- ing us to wait till end of each month worked a hardship on us and we believe the business men will appreciate our position and endorse our change of methods. All accounts for advertising will still run till the end of each month, and be collected the first of the month. We ask for your liberal patronage in Advertising and Job Printing during the year 1918, and with your undivided patronage we can serve you better. SOUTHWEST CORNER SQUARE PILOT POINT, TEXAS llSlgEfs, *1*UftftKKKUfUfUfUfUJXfUtiKtfc'UtttfUtWTlk'UfHftk'tk**<*"S JfWroUMEUfiltWIf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 12 January 1912

k THE POST-SIGNAL. 0. J. MOFFITT & SON, Pubs. Published every Friday in the Post- iunax 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 BRANCHES IN ALL THE PFMNCiPAL 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 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 Dallas & Wichita 5:42 A. M. M. K. AT. No. 8 6:02 A.M. Katy Limited No. 209 7:21 A. M. Dallas & Wichita 11:25A.M. T. &...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 12 January 1912

Rural Correspondence FRIENDSHIP The norther that blew up Sat- urday morning; was about the Coldest we have had for sotm lime. L.The Friendship literary met Friday night, arid a very inter- esting program was rendered. The meeting was adjourned to meet in two weeks. Everybody is invited to come out and take part. Mr. Miles Branum and family are moving to the old Lassiter farm. Mr. C. C. Snnders and family have moved to Belew commun- ity. Bro. Brown and wife of Pilot Poiot spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Will Elliott. Mr. Houston Love of R .berte, Okla., is visiting hia friend, Mr Will Taylor. Mr. Henry and Miss Perilee Johnson spent Tuesday and Wed- nesday with their ousin, Mr Johnson on West Prtirie. Mr. Victor Fitoh has been on the sick list but is improving nicely now. They have dismissed school at Pilot Point on the account of the spinal meningi.es, and Miss Ruth Gray has come home to stay until the school a,arts again. Alfred Pendleton is visi'.'ng his parents at Bloomfieid Uie p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 12 January 1912

I " >K "**■'*** tk-" it*" H*. * . « - " ,. HI Progresso C lib ■ J M A. i<: TI ■ I ■ z > ■< o •** . ** * **" £■*** .■** - •:■:> •{?> {& 't.v w 3$ $>. <?>. • k *jpwts4ik. v**v . >**« kkilxk \Jx * A * I L®! k " •:§> iv"; It \ I w} " « m ' k " A * « * ffij * - ■* !®J k " * * . * ' v£ « w * ■J .J* I * . « fcSv i t ?$< _ <• * 5 •v- ■■: :• I'r I1 n 111 e i .ifis. of 11' W v PO ci I i V I vw a t hrt h a <j u-i r i < i Knt^red at the Postofllue at Pilot Poirr IVxa*. u* second-class matter. Friday, .Tax. 1J, 1012. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Walker of Dallas attended the Helling Gee nuptials here Wednesday evening. Mrs. L. T. Martin of Sherman attended the Hellings-Gee nup- tials this week. Mrs. H. D. Harrison of Fort Worth attended the Hellings Gee wedding here this week. Mrs. Ola Brown of Argyle is the guest of Jim Marshall and family. Mrp. Reneta Richardson of Whitesboro is the guest of Mrs. Ella Whitten. Miss Bessie Drake after visit- ing a few days...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 12 January 1912

For the Farmer The Poultry Yard. Late-hatcheiJ pullet-) will come in peofit in a month or so. You want wafer not quite 200° hot to ecald chicks just light. A man need not be and expert to begin poultry culture, but he needs to be more or less expert to succeed. Many dealers objects to eggs with pale yolks. When you find yours are getting that ways, put a little more corn in the ration. Eggs overwashed in water lose the beautiful fresh appearance they have when first laid. Add a bit ofvirgar to the water and use us l.ttle water as possible. A bit of experience with damp floors: The upper sash of the windows were taken out and muslin placed there instead, and the dampness entirely disappear- ed. The theory of this seems to be that the moisture rising es- caped through the muelin, in- stead of remaining in the h me. There are many days in this month when it is unfit for fowls to be outdoois. For that reason they should be supplied with a goodsized house, and the floor heavily littered ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 12 January 1912

The Home Circle Do not complain of your wife's extravagance with a cigar in your mouth. Good manners are not taught in the school books. They aie found in the home lessons. The daughter who is the flower of the family is always 'he < ne who knows how to best use the flour of the family. We have just a few women in our community who talk much about heaven at church, and much about their neighbors on the streets. Just give ycur neighbor a rest during 1912, an 1 see if you do not enj >y the yea" better. Do not choose a vocation for your daughter—do not insist that she becomes only a lady, when she might be a genius. Who knows but that the ta.ei t yon repressed and ttrangL'd might have electrified the world. Give it free scope and a heaity welcome. Whatever happens don't be- come a sour old man or woman. Old age should be a cheerful period of life, when the lengih ened shadows are softened by the setting sun—when quiet twilight steals on apace, soon to be fol- lowed by the night o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 12 January 1912

k f s 1 1 § !©.. # © .0. 1 I Biis!"<'<m men f';iiI to realize tlie real value of ad- v« ! ti-iti! • I> ' 1 ij• y do not ufive it the consideration tin v sh i ll i. Think ul ^ending every week into (500 home-* ot tit - t ade t- t;itory, it letter from your busi- ness house ur^m<; them to trade at your store. This would cost you near $1000 a year not counting the time of the persons who would have to devote several flays a week to the work. For $325 you can use a page ad in this paper every week in the yeur, reaching these GOO families regularly, Having much time of your own, and $000 saving over the circular method and getting great- er results. This is the opinion of the greatest adver- tising experts in the country. Try it and prove it. The Post-Signal manager will he glad to figure with you at any time. School Notes. One of the reasons why our schools are not fie • . • men ! satisfactory rusu' n . is that the problems given :> exercises are too often 1 re t to the e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 19 January 1912

The Post-Signal. VOL XXXIV. PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 19. 1912. NO. 21 MT? 8 m m m s8 !@$t IK Quality Tells! Price Sells! 1 GOOD VUH CLOTHES At Cut Prices! We are selling all winter goods at exceedingly low prices. In many instances an low as Half-Price. The Doctors all agree that Good Warm Clothes, keeping your body in the proper condition, is the best way t > war I off disease. No excuse not to he properly clad when you can buy at prices now prevailing in this store. Case after case of new goods, such as Ginghams, Percales Embroideries, Domestics, Long Cloth, Ladies Muslin Underwear, Etc., now being opened preparatory to placing on sale at an early date. We want to sh >>v them to you. H. M. RUSSELL & CO PILOT POINT T£XAS jjk & NEWS IN BRIEF. A revolution is now in Progress in Paraguay, South America. A case of the meningitis is re- ported at the State University, Austin. The United States may have to intervene in Cuba again, as rev- olutions is threatene...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 19 January 1912

ILVllM i v i i !V5 , i li.v i P5PDI «« WinE'-i tk'Uf Ut'Utlit tfc't¥t* tS)4'Ur!*H(tk'l* iVWUSUr t* Uf l*tk*i¥UU!*'«f IV'lf Mf Wim iKUfttWWVUI WNMMMMWNMMM * HVtttMMNMMM PCPDl P3?D1 ' •.'•if' ' < i MUSE IN METHODS. M J£ 5 X? •r. fit I ft: 6 1 & in fn in Beginning on January 5th we adopted the method of collecting for all Job Printing, (posters, letter heads, note heads, statements, envelopes, etc.,) ON DE- LIVERY. We are compelled to do this in order to have cash receipts with which to pay off our employes and oth- er necessary expenses each week. The old method requir- ing us to wait till end of each month worked a hardship on us and we believe the business men will appreciate our position and endorse our change of methods. All accounts for advertising will still run till the end of each month, and be collected the first of the month. We ask for your liberal patronage in Advertising and Job Printing during the year 1912, and with your undivided patronage we can serve you bette...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 19 January 1912

f "I'm glad you telephoned, I'll be right over The dread of sudden sickness on the farm is to-day robbed of half its terrors. The tele- phone call to the doctor assures first aid; brings help "in no time." fl SOUTHWESTERN RURRL LIKE eliminates distance, for the tele- phone bridges the miles to doctors and friends, and dispels the feeling of isolation and loneliness as nothing else can. Send to-day for booklet. The Southwestern Telegraph & Telephone Co. - DALLAS, TEXAS A THE POST-SIGNAL. B. J. MOFFITT & SON, Pubs. Published every Friday in the Post- [qmal building southwest corner of square. ONK DOLLAR A YEAR. will be elected, for you, all the i ville Enterprise. We'll cast one same."—Lewis- 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 PRINCIPAL CITIES Advertising Rates All notices calling attention to a spec- ial occasion for ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 19 January 1912

Sanger. Robert Wilson and wifa have moved n'nr Aubrey. Flora Morris was bick several days last week. W D. Everly was in Ft. Worth Saturday. Miss Jewell Rice who has been attending school at Waco is at home for a few days. W. H. Michael of Ponder spent Saturday and Sunday here. Clarence Sullivan and family have moved back here from Denton. A. S. Russell was in Ft. Worth Saturday. Allan Hopper and family of near Praire Chapel visited with Mr. Russel family Sunday. Mrs. Binyon has been visiting in Granbury. Mrs. Butler of Brown vood visited with relative here. Mrs. Myrtle Russell returned home Saturday from the Sanit- arium at Ft. Worth. A. Davis L here from Okla- homa. Fay Michael is on the sick list this week. Dr. Lain was in Bolivar Mon- day. B. O. Yeakley of Hemming whs here on busii.ess Thurs ay. New< is scarce here this week it ha-* been so cold every body hao been staying by the fire. Oakdale Echoes. The cold weather for several days has been the coldest for a number of years...

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