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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 9 February 1912

The Post-Signal. i \ i VOL. XXXIV. PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9. 1912. NO. 2-1 V - E\\mvw m m M m New Embroideries, Laces, White Goods, Linens and Muslin Underwear Now on Sale Embroideries and Laces. Our line of Flouncinge embraces all that's new in the fashionable world—in white aa well as the dainty colors. In richness and designs and beau- ty of colorings they are works of art, and the prices are reasonable. We have them from 25c yd. up to the most expensive, but at 50c, 75o aid 1.00 show some excellent values. The special sets in Nainsook, Swiss, Consent and Baby Irish as well as Baby Sets are also very attractive, 10c to 50o per yard. The cheaper Embroideries at 5c, 10c and 15c would be cheap enough at double the price. We advise buying now while the assort- ments are good—before all the wider widths are sold. White Goods We have on Sale now all the new white waist- ings, Piques L nens and Linenes, Flaxon and Linweavo in plain and fancy Ling^ri) Cloths white and coior...

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 — 9 February 1912

iftr JTl (Ai Steel Die MONOGRAM STATIONERY We will stamp, in gold, any single Initial or any Mono- gram of two Initials like the styles shown here, on one quire (24 sheets) of high grade Linen Finish paper and fur- nish 24 Envelopes (not stanip- ed) to match, put up in an attractive box for 75c. If Envelopes are to be stamped add 25c. The Post-Signal Phone 219 Pilot Point, Tex. The flaine Floated at Last. The long effort to raise the sunken batleship Maine has at last been successful. The after- section which was not injured by the explosion and comprises ap- proximately half the total length of the ill-fated vessel was set a- float. Barely enough water was ad- m tied within the offerdam to free the hulk from the mud in which it was deeply imbedded, but it flouts almost on an even keel, though somewhat down at the stern and much above its normal line of floatation in consequence of the removel of heavy weights on deck. The hull, into whioh a bulkhead has been fitted, proved perfectl...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 9 February 1912

*T< - |\1 jT, K'\«. * Li Home Baked Flaky Biscuits Delicious Cake Healthful Food made wjih St. CREAM akingPowder || Tke product of | || Grapes THE POST-SIftNAL. 0. j. MOFFITT & SON^ Pubs. Published every Friday in the I'ost- Io,val building southwest corner of 9quare. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. The Publishers are men bers of the. Printers' Mutual Insurance Aseocia-j 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 line, 6 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 Vor ench subsequent iuser tion without change. Rates for display ads furnished on ap- plication...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 9 February 1912

I Hemming Items. We have been having some more winter out here. Plowing is the order of the day. Health of community ia some- what better at this writing. Rev Walter Tubba of Era preached two excellent sermons at the Baptist Church Sunday and Sunday night. He will be back again the next 1st Sunday and will preach four sermons, Saturday and Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday night. Will Harris and family of Ft. Worth are visiting in this com- munity. Mr. Harris himself has gone on to Duncan, Okla , to visit relatives there. Mrs. Mattie Smith of Oak Hill visited in Hemming from Satur- day till yesterday. The Russellitf Campbellile de- bate will begin next Sunday at the Christian Church. Miss Frankie Davis visited in Oak Hiil community yesterday. Roy Holt has returned from Oklahoma. Mrs. Mary Boydaton, wife of W. J. Boydaton, died very sud- denly last Friday morning, Feb. 2nd. She had been in poor health for some time, but her death was a shock to the community. The remains were laid to...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 9 February 1912

Entered at the Postoffloe at Pilot Point Texas, as second-class matter. Friday, Feb. 9, 1912. 1912 FEBRUARY I9f? ffTr 131415 18192021 ^2324 2526272829 Rev. J. P. Mason and wife and Mrs. A. K. Bradley of Tioga wore in the oity Tuesday. The Ladies Cemetery Associa- tion will meet Monday at Mrs. A. W. Cooke's at 3 o'clock. Farm for Sale. 154 acres black land and bottom land, 125 acres in cultivation, 29 in pasture. Six room house in good repair, a fair barn and a good deep well. Ten miles southeast of Pilot Point, 5 miles from Celina. Terms easy. Southern Land & Loan Co. Pi lot Point, Texas. A new sidewalk is being laid in front of the Cooke building on north side of the square. Elba Elmore and wife of Dal- las were the guests of relatives here last Friday and Saturday. Mrs. W. D. Darnell and child- ren of Marietta. Okla., are the guests of G- Flake and family. Mrs. F. A. Roaser returned from Whitesboro Wednesday where she visited her parents a few days. All Goose Feather Bed for s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 9 February 1912

1 r What should I do when in doubt about a Cultivator or Planter? Assuming y u do not want to waste any money, our suggestion is that you give us your name and Post office address and let us send you a speoial book, describing in detail Ihe— Emerson Ste ndard Cultivators and Planters T-.i111 i |)|)i-(| with solid or parallel heums. With or without spring trip This will rot be much trouble and only the expense of postage, and may earn good return* for you in adding to your knowl- edge of Cultivators and Planters, of which there are a contiderable variety, and they are not all of them "The Best." POST YOURSELF on the DIFFERENCE, and so get lid of doubt, and become an enthusiastic booster for the Emerson Stan- dard Implt ments. The opposite cut shows our new No. 28 Corn and Cotton Planter, using the seeding device that has made the whole line of Standard Planters so popular, because of the evenness of the planting. A Planter that leaves unplanted spaces of from three to ten feet and a ...

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 — 9 February 1912

i The Home Circle iPBERMeLE I To the young man who has no taste for reading the evening, hours become loaded with temp- tation. It is tiresome to sit mop-; ing by the stove, and he nitir- ally drifts to the street or the card table. There he finds oth- ers like himself with vacant hours to while away and thus grow up those habits and associations which soon eventuate in dissipa- tion or lead to crime. All that the wife can do will not make the home an agree- able one. Neither can a wife be happy with a husband who is ad- dicted to finding fault with his bread an butter. She may try ever so hard to please him, yet when he sits down to meal, she lives in constant fear that some portion of the food will not suit his fastidious taste. Be polite to you children. Dj you expect them to be mindful of your welfare, to grow glad at you approach, to bound away to do your pleasure before your re- quest is half spoken? Then with all your dignity and authority mingle politness. Give it a niche in...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 9 February 1912

I ft CIVIC IMPROVEMENT How Can We Create An Interest In Beautifying Pilot Point. A Table Talk in The Nineteenth Century Club, This subject has been discuss- ed in nearly every form and yet Pilot Point has not awakeni to the needs of beautifying our city When a stranger enters a city he takes cognizance of the surround ings and by them judge what the citizens are. If beauty and neat- ness are prevalent they look for energetic up to date citzens and vioe versa. There are excep- tions to these rules. If a stranger should oome to Pilot Point, I fail to see where he could find much that is beautiful or attractive, ar d yet there isno town or city wnere you can find a better refinded or more cultured class of citzens Then, what is the matter, and why are we so show to come to the front? We need a largest commer- cial club composed of our ener- getic, broad mimded, up-to-dtte citizens who are determined to bring our city up to its highest standard. We have a commer- cial clnb started which...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 16 February 1912

J%m mm The Post-Signal. VOL. XXXIV. PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16. 1912. NO. 25 *z tee* 'PtKF-ScYtoS1 'beys clcthbs Jul A\y ut'pe A/% omt#g ortte& to nj> For Prre I Look at the insides cf tho boys suits we sell. Any one of them will show you just why it is rightly named Rip it open, take a peep r.t it's thorough construction. You will find it "wear proof" indeed. Extra care where the strain comes — buttons sewed tight, honestly made through and through. Our spring suits are great. Every good style in all the new fabrics and colors is represented in our stock— there's a big assortment to select from. Suits—the good kind* $2\";oto$io Osborn's Work Gloves are guaranteed not to rip—a feature that ap- peals to laboring men. We have them in all leathers, with or with- out gauntlets. Guar- anteed not to rip, $1 to $2.50 per pair. Men s Work Clothes Our stock of Men's Work Clothes was never more complete. Overalls and Jumpers of the very best quality. Whipcord, Kahki and Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 16 February 1912

i$r (A/ Steel Die MONOGRAM STATIONERY We will stamp, in gold, any single Initial or any Mono- eram of two Initials like the styles shown here, on one quire (24 sheets) ot high grade Linen Finish paper and fur- ni h 24 Envelopes (not stamp- ed) to match, put up in an attractive box for 75c. If Envelopes are to be stumped add 25c. The Post-Signal I'li'ine 319 Pilot Point, Tex. NEWS IN BRIEF. Gun toting is now a felony in N <v York state. quitt supporters have open- ed 11 e campaign for the re-eleo- ti 'f the Governor. T ih estimate of the acreage of oai -town in Texas is 1,500,000 acr The present dry weather in favorable to the crop, < I Goethals who is at the In- 1 f the Panama Canal work a ii who is now in the United 8 >< -h, reports the canal 70 per C' complete. J Jhildress and EJgar Bridges killed last Saturday while w King in a gravel pit a mile w. of Gainesville. The gravel cai - ed in on them. An indication that this has bet 11 an unusually severe winter is 1 fact t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 16 February 1912

Jfn, |( V J-! No anxiety on I Baking-day if you use 1 RICES CREAM Baking Powder Insures light, sweei,| wholesome "food A pure,Cream of Tartar Powder No Alum No Lime Phosphate THE POST-SIGrNAL. B. J. IWOFFITT & SON, Pubs. Published every Friday in the Post- lOXAL 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 PRINCIPAL CITIES Advertising Kates 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 ioc a line for first insertion and 5c a line for each subsequent iuser tion without change. Rates for display...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 16 February 1912

Belew Items. A good rain would be appreci- ated by the farmers. Miss Mavit Bellar of Friend- ship spent Saturday with Misees Zee and Annie Sanders. Mrs. Nannie Caddellof Aubrey was in this oommunity Sunday. Every body went to Second Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Milligan spent Sunday with L. M. Mann and family. Ralph Walling of Bloomfield visit A. C. Stoup and family Sun- day. Missess Florence Broyles and Fankie Sanders spent Sunday evening with Miss Bennie Brand Earl Steward a wife of Spring Hill viait her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tedder. Misses Ara Lawson and Roxie Stanley spent Sunday with Miss Ella Stoup. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lawson, Mr. and Mrs. Chloe Lawson visited relative near New Hope, Fri- day night. Mrs. Hardwich and Misses Lawson Hpent Sunday on the west Prairie. Sunday School is progressing nicely. Mr. Sanders is on the sick list Little Glen Beaty has been quite sick with pnuemnoia. Houston Hedrick has re'urned from Denison. Friendship. The wheat is looking some better after the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 16 February 1912

) c €«• Crescent Poultry or Stock Food 25c size for 15c Garden Seeds Bulk and Package Fresh Shipment Texas Girl Chocolates Chase & Sanborn's Coffee and Teas F. W. HAYDEN Entered at the Postofflce at Pilot Point Texas, a« second-class matter. Friday, Feb. 16, 1912. District oourt will open at Denton next Monday. W. T. Scott ie visiting hia wife and daughter at San Antonio. T. P. Burk has been very sick for several days. The postofflce and banks were closed Monday, being Linclon's birthday. Mrs. J. P. Cooper and Mies Helen Cooper left last Sunday for San Antonio. R. M. Langran of Dallas who has been quite aick with pneu- monia is improving. Mrs. J. C. Whiteside was call- ed to Temple Wednesday by the illness of her sister. Mrs J. R. Windle went to Tom Bean last Saturday to see her grandmother who is sick. Jim Sullivan of College Sta- tion was here Tuesday to see hie mother, Mrs. J. L. Sullivan. Mrs. L, J. Martin and daugh- ter, Gladys, are visiting her mother at Burleson, Texas. M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 16 February 1912

* What should I do when in doubt about a Cultivator or Planter? Assuming you do not want to waste any money, our suggestion is that you give us your name and Post office address and let us send you a special book, describing in detail the— Emerson SUndard Cultivators and Planters Equipped with solid or purallel lienmn. With or without sprint; trip This will not be much trouble and only the expense of postage, and may earn good returns for you in adding to your knowl- edge of Cultivators and Planters, of which there are a considerable variety, and they are not all of them "The Best." POST YOURSELF on the DIFFERENCE, and so get rid of doubt, and become an enthusiastic booster for the Emerson Stan* dard Implements. The opposite cut shows O'jr new No. 28 Com and Cotton Planter, uting the seeding device that has made the whole line of Standard Planters so popular, because of the evenness of the planting. A Planter that leaves unplanted spaces of from three to ten feet and a dozen or so s...

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Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 16 February 1912

J ' ROO'Mim 1 The Home Circle Look at the housewife who has a place for her things, and these things in their places, and you find a woman who is system, atic in her work; and when phe needw anythings she can put her hands on it in a moment. She plans and calculates whenever there is to be extra work, extra cooking, extra washing, eta., and she knows before hand just what there is to do, and what she wants to do, arid wants to do it with. And this same wo- man, so exact in her doings, gets more time to rest and read and "The old woman." A nice phrase to be using about the dear soul who kept her vig- il over you in your infancy, kissed away your tears in child- hood and remaining your trusted friend in maturity. Is this all tin love you have for the silver haired mother who bathed your scorching brow all through the long sleepless nights of affliction when your brain was wild with burning fever? Is there no other term you can find for her whose love has followed you through every tri...

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Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 16 February 1912

CIVIC IMPROVEMENT how Can We Create An Interest In Beautifying Pilot Point. A Table Talk in The Nineteenth Century Club. Sidewalks. As to how to induoe the people of Pilot Point to become inter- ested in having better sidewalks I would beg a lighter task. It should be a question in which every property owner is inter- ested, but in which all, "with a very few exceptions'' have fail- ed, so far. Strangers on visit- ing our town and seeing our pretty homes have all remarked: "why have the sidewalks been so neglected?" And why have they been? We have our homes here, our children are reared here and good walks not only add to the value of property but add to its beauty, and it is u practical feature as well. I have in mind a town with broad streets, good cement side- walks, and in the center of the street a row of magnificent trees. Its shades are so inviting that the place is one to be remem- bered. This condition is not im- possible with our town. Our neighboring towns have good walks...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 23 February 1912

The Post-Signal. VOL. XXXIV, PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23. 1912. NO. 20 ~BayS <CL1THSS /Ju. My tiFB A/% OWTtH? oTTfea Kj For " fere c f the Look at the msides boys suits we sell. Any one of them will show you just why it is rightly named Rip it open, take a peep at it's thorough construction. You will find it "wear proof" indeed. Extra care where the strain comes •— buttons sewed tight, honestly made through and through. Our spring suits are great. Every good style in all the new fabrics and colors is represented in our stock— there's a big assortment to select from. Suits—the good kind* |2*5oto$io Osborn's Work Gloves are guaranteed not to rip—a feature that ap- peals to laboring men, We have them in all leathers, with or with- out gauntlets. Guar- anteed not to rip, $1 to $2 50 per pair. Men's Work Clothes Our stock of Men's Work Clothes was never more complete. ; Overalls and Jumpers of the very best quality. Whipcord, Kahki and Corduroy Pants, Full cut Work Shirts,...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 23 February 1912

What should I do when in doubt about a Cultivator or Planter? Assuming you do not want to waste any money, our suggestion is that you give us your name and Post office address and let us send you a special book, describing in detail the— Emerson SUndard Cultivators and Planters Equipped with solid or parallel beams, With or without springtrip This will not be much trouble and only the expense of postage, and may earn good returns for you in adding to your knowl- edge of Cultivators ar.d Planters, of which there are a considerable variety, and they are not all of them "The Best." POST YOURSELF on the DIFFERENCE. and so get rid of doubt, and become an enthusiastic booster for the Emerson Stan- dard Implements. The opposite cut shows O'jr new No. 28 Corn and Cotton Planter, using the seeding device that has made the whole line of Standard Planters so popular, because of the evenness ot' the planting. A Planter that leaves unplanted spaces of from three to ton feet and a dozen or so suc...

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 — 23 February 1912

[ - * DR- CREAM BaKlnj< Powder Is a protection and guarantee against alum which is found in the low priced baking powders. To be on the safe tide when buying baking powder, examine the label and take only a brand shown to be made from Cream of Tartar. THE POST-SIGNAL. B. J. MOFFITT & SON, Pubs. Published every Friday in the i'oaT- 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 BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES Advertising Rates All notices calling attention to a spec- ial occasion for the raising of money for dbaritable 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 aj^c a line, 6 words make a line. All business locals will be charged for at the rate of 10c a line tor first insertion ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 23 February 1912

Bloomfield. Farmers are busy sowing oats and pr* paring the soil for corn planting. Mrs. Autrey or nearGiine*- villf is visiting with relatives and friends here this week. There will be preaching at the O. H. School house Sunday. The county road hands are here this week doing borne work on the highways. Mrs. J. O. Robison of near Mt. Springs Bpent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs. J. T. Rob- ison. Several attend the Russellite- Campellite debate at Hemming Friday. Mi66es Clyde Sitzes, Kate Sitzee, Nora Walling and Bessie Willing were the guests of Mioses Ruth and Ida Davis Sunday, The literary Friday night was largely attended and a very good program was held. Mr. and Mrs S, M. Davis visit- ed with relatives in Pilot Point Monday. Some attendtd preaching at Mt. Springs Sunday. Prof. Grisham of Oklahoma is yisting in our community this week. Mr?. Robison who has been real sick with asthma is improving. Miss Mable Kennedy spent Sunday with her sister near Burns City. Singing at the ...

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