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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 23 February 1912

* c f- WHITE ROSE Cooking Oil, p Crane's Baking Powder V; 25 oz. Cans 20c 2 for 35. m W: m I m Yellow Dent Seed Corn Pork and Beans Large Cans for 10c They are Good. F. W. HAYDEN imm Entered at the Postofflce at Pilot Point Texas, as second-class matter. Friday, Feb. 23, 1912. 1912 FEBRUARY ©O I 2 13 DM131415 1819 25 26 8 10 1511411516117 202102324 272829 H. M. Russell is in St. Loui9 this week. Will D. Burks was in Denton Monday. Mrs. F. W. Hayden has been aiok this week. W. B. McShan was in Denton yasterday. Mrs. M. E. Wright is in the St. Louis millinery market. Mrs. A. W. Morriss is visiting in Sulphur, Oklahoma. Cooper Burks has been quite sick this week. D. J. Mitchell and wife were in Fort Worth Monday. Watch for the date or the Minstrel Show. Daddy Brewer of Bloomfield was in town Wednesday. L. J. Martin has returned from St. Louis, A H. Gee and F. A. Wright went to Fort Worth yesterday. J. E. Emberson of Hemming was in Sherman Wednesday. Mrs. J. R. Windle returned Mondy fro...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 23 February 1912

Support Local Newspapers Continued from page three. This wo havo sni<! iioforr, «tnl wo shall say it again. Inasmuch us there are no Ilcnrst newspapers in the country, inasmuch as our newspapers are published exclusively in the great cities of the coun- try, we shall at least he cre<lite<l with unselfishness in making a fight for local editors that DKSKKVK JI IK THANKS AND APIMJIv CIATION ANP FINANCIAL ENCOURAGEMENT OF KY FRY COOI) CITIZEN. Verv few reali/.e what it means when a man undertakes the pub lieati"ii <>i'a dailv urn weekly newspaper in a small placo. The editor risks everything, poverty, bankruptcy, indifference rf the pnhlic, and at hest his reward can he very small. * * * Manv of us. of course, would feel happier if we could hegin our work with a life pension thr.t would free us from all care ever ffttr ward. But the country editor goes to work with NO 1'FX SI ON AND NO GUARANTY. lie asks no pension, no cash in advance, onh FAIR PLAY AND A CHANCE TO WORK....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 23 February 1912

f r The Home Circle Men give up a great deal for their families—their time, their strength, the knowledge they have gained in life's experience? —they spand everything freely for their home's sake, and 'he home should pay its debt in much outspoken lnve. How great a beauty and bless- ing it is to hold the royal gifts of the scul so that they Bhall be music to some and fragrnace to others, and life to all! Some wo- men cling to their homes like the honeysuckle over the door, yet, like it, sweeten all the region with the subtle fragrance of their goodness. A sunshiny husband makes a merry, beautiful home, woith working in and for. If the man is breezy, cheery, considerate and sympathetic, the wife sings in her heart over puddings and mending basket, and counts the hours till he returns at night and renews her youth in the security she feels of his approabation and admiration. It is wicked to loaf. Every man is created for a purpose and he has no right to shirk that re- sponsibility. I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 23 February 1912

Among the Clubs El Progresso Club fleets With Mrs. Keith. "Wbat matter how our husbands behave? What matter how the north wind raves? Blow high, blow low, not all Its snow Can stop a club woman's will to GO." —Taken from Club-Bound. Resolved, That it is a lot of pleasure to go go to a club meeting in a snow storm and plan for the beautifying of your town than it is to stay at home behind a hot stove and criticise those who do go. "Buster Brown." The fame purposes which bring the El Progresso club to- gether every Tuesday afternoon was still the animating principle which brought out a large mem- bership to the meeting at the home of Mrs. A. S. Keith, Feb. 20th, that is, a recognition of the needs of the civic improvement in our town, also, a study of the great duties regarding our school and, in fact, every good tending toward "a city beautiful." At the appointed hour the gavel fell, and several interest- ing items of business were pre- sented. Mrs. Atkins, chairman of the Year Book ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 1 March 1912

The Post-Signal. VOL XXXIV. PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 1. 1912. NO. 27 GETTING READY FOB SPRING That's what we are doing now, with all our might. Many of the new styles are now on our shelves, and others are coming as fast as the Manufacturers can turn them out, We BELIEVE IN our goods. We know that they have been selected with care, and we want you to BELIEVE IN them and know that you will if only you will give us a chance to show you their in- trinsic worth. H. M. RUSSELL & (0 ■\ SOUTH SIDE '5 PILOT POINT LINE HNANCED. Work Soon to Begin on a New interurban Road. ■I F Ktr'ckland, president of the Ompnny that is tn build 'lie Dallas- Waco-Corsicana Interurban railway, announces that tie has completed the financial arrangements for the build- ing of the line It is understood the St. Louis LJnion Trust, company lias financed in part, at least, the bonds of the new company This line is expected to be ready for traffic in eighteen months ft will have a total length of 131 mi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 1 March 1912

What should I do when in doubt about a Cultivator or Planter? Assuming you do not want to wa9te 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 Standard Cultivators and Planters Kqnipped with solid or parallel beams. Willi 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 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 our new No. 28 Corn and Cotton Planter, ueingthe seeding device that has made the whole line of Standard Planters eo 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 such ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 1 March 1912

\- < IT Up. fPncelsl Baking PoWder Made from grape Cream of Tar- tar 9 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. B. J. MOFFITT & SON, Pubs. Published every Friday in the Post- iqnal 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 contests of the Texas Industrial Congress, in which $10,000 in gold will be given to the winners- Farmers, join the contest, the in- formation thus gained by follow- ing and studying improved meth ods will prove valuable to you. 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...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 1 March 1912

( Bloomfield. The late showers were fine on recently sown outs, Mr. and Mrs. Clint Jacobs weie the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jjnea Saturday night. Owing to inclement wtather there was no church Sunday. Misa Lillie Elmore was visiting with Misses Mina and Burnie Robison Thursday night. Washington's Birthday was observed at the school by having some pictures made and the ren- dering of a short program. Singing at the church Tuesday night was largely attended and some good singing was heard. Mrs. J. J. Burns is real sick at this writing. The social *nd "forty tw o,' party at Mr. Frank Jones' Thurs- day night was a real pleasant af- fair. Misaes Nora Lipacomb, Julia Robiaonand Mable Kennedy were gueata of Mrs. S. M. Davia, Sun- day. There was singing at the school houae Saturday night for the pur- pose of organizing a singing 8chool, but owing to bad weather there waa only a few present. School ia moving along nicely with Miss Kennedy as principal. Jolly. I want to buy several regist...

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

"5 | WHITE ROSE Cooking Oil, m Crane's Baking Powder 25 oz. Cans 20c 2 for 35. Yellow Dent Seed Corn Pork and Beans Large Cans for 10c They are Good; Si m * [■% fc V M w * * * F. W. HAYDEN M PI ] „ H Entered at the Postofflce at Pilot Point Texas, as second-class matter. Friday, March 1 1912. Frank Covert of Fort Worth has been here Ihe guest of his mother, Mrs. A. M. Covert, this week. Bro Moore, a returned mis- sionary from Japan, will preach Sunday morning and evening at the Presbyterian church. Finest Grade of Coffee on the Marjse^ at-25c a pound. C. W. Meaders. Phone 44. Cooper Burks is thought to be some better, though still very sick. Mr. Farrell who has recently moved here and who has been sick is able to be up town. Encourage Home talent. See the funny men in Minstrel Show — March 4, Mrs M. E. Wright returned Tuesday from the St. Louis Mil- linery Market. The infant of Mr. and Mrs. Hart was buried at the city Cem- etery Monday. "America" $1.00 Alarm clock guaranted one year...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 1 March 1912

154 acres of Black Bottom land. 125 acres in cultivation. 29 acres in pasture. 8 miles southeast of Pilot Point, Tex. 3 miles west of Celina. Six-room house in good repair, deep well, good water, fair barn. Terms: Va down, balance in fourteen equal yearly pay- ments, rice $50 per acre. A Bar- gain. 100 acres good sandy land, new 2- room box house, nearly all in cultiva- tion, enough timber for home use. Two miles west of Pilot Point. Lies level. Price $35 per acre. 83 acres sandy land, 65 in cultiva- tion, balance in timber pasture, 5-room house in good shepe, good water. Four miles southwest of Pilot Point. Price $25 per acre on long time. 125 acres sandy land, 75 in cultiva- tion, moderate improvements, 11-2 mi. from Pilot Point, Texas, Price $25 per acre, third cash and balance easy. Southern Land & Loan Co. (E. C. Barton 1). Office with Post*Signal. Mutlitt - .Jesse D. Moffitt.) Pilot Point, Texas A thoroughly- enjoyable trip from start to finish is pro- vided by these splen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 1 March 1912

¥f The Home Circle No matter what a girl's accom- plishments may be her ed • ucatoon is sadly incomplete if she has not sc.me knowledge of balce-ology, boil-olngy, raoet- ology, stilch- and men1-ol)gy. Even if she should never be re- quired io d i the work herself, she ought to know weather it was done in a proper manner. How much better is a plain, quiet Christian home wheteal! is peace and cordiality, the neigh bors heartily welcome to come and go at will, and freed frcm the pestering, senseless conven- tionalities of fashionable life! which at best cannot continue a hundred years be fretted and burdened and worn prematurely by vain efforts to ape the manner of the idle, irreligious, self-seek- ing, rich devotee of pleasure? One reason why so many girls and boys, men and women, too, are uninteresting, is becauso they try so hard io be like tome- body else rather than be content to remain himself or herself in life. In nature you don't see an oak posing as a willow, or a black duck...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 1 March 1912

Do You Want the Price of The Post-Signal Raised? There is a recommendation before Congress that the postal rate on newspapers be doubled. The people in general know nothing about it so no protest is coming from them. If this bill be- comes a law it will be absolutely necessary for newspapers to raise their subscription price. Do you want to pay more for your papers than you are paying now? Fill out the blank ballot be- low and send to us at once. We will send these to our Congressman and Senators to show them how you stand on this important question. Do not delay but fill out now, before it is too late. Publishers The Post-Signal Pilot Point, Texas. I do not want to pay a higher price for my papers and hereby cast my vote against the bill about to be introduced in Congress doubling the postal rate on newspapers. Signed Date Among the Clubs El Progresso Club. Mrs. Nora Wilson was hostess to the El Progresso Club Tues- day afternoon. After a short business session the lesson was taden...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 8 March 1912

The Post-Signal. VOL XXXIV. PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 8. 1912. NO. 28 WE WANT YOU TO KNOW. When you want to buy it will pay you to consider them care- fully. We have a store here built on the plan that every time you step into it you are right in the midst of everything that is best for men, women and children. If it's a suit of clothes, a dress, a pair of slippers, or a paper of pins,--it's the best. Our access to the markets of the whole L nited States gives us the newest, always; also a little advantage in the price, which we cheerfully divide with our customers. Whatever you de* cide to spend, we've got something for that much money; some- thing that we are sure is the full worth, and a little more, if possible, of every dollar you leave with us. You are going to buy some Spring Dry Goods. Clothing and Shoes. We hope you will pick out H. M. RUSSELL & CO. as the best place. Best not because the largest, but largest be- cause the Best. Extra Special—We place on sale th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 8 March 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 pnrull«*t benns. With or without spring 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 Corn and Cotton Planter, uting the seeding device that has made the whole line of Standard Planters so popular, because of the evenness of ihu 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 — 8 March 1912

c More Home Baking, | Better every way | than the ready de foods i ma DrPRICES CREAM Baking Powder I A pure,Cream of Tartar HHLQHH|| Made frcm\ Grapes IHHTTTTW8S THE POST-SIGNAL. E>. J. MOFFITT & SON, Pubs. Published every Friday in the Post- ignal building' southwest corner of square. ONK DOLLAR A YEAR. The Publishers are meibhers 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 PRINCIPAL CITIES Advertising Rates All notices calling attention to a spec- ial occasion for the raising of money for Cfcaritabte 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 first insertion and 5c a line for each subsequent iuser tion without change. Rates for display ads furnished...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 8 March 1912

Hemming Items. We are having some March rain instead of March winds, which is very pleasing to the farmers Health of commuity is very good except bad cold. Nothing of importance is going on in our little burg at present. Dr. J. J. Shipley has gone on a health trip to southwest Texas. Mrs. Vina Davis who has re- cently been taken to Terrell for treatment is reported much bet- ter. A few Hogtowners went to Frist Monday at Gainesville yes- terday. Rev. W. L. Tubbs of Eia be- gan a meeting at the Baptist Church Saturday night, to con- tinue till next Sunday. Services have not been regular owing to bad weather. J. L. Sue of Whitesboro is spending of few days with home folks here. There will be preaching next Sunday at the Methodist Church by pastor Brown, everybody are invited. Blue Boy. ley last week. Bob Duncan and J. S. Elliff have been sick but both are now better Ed Yeatts attended court at Denton last week. Frank Gregory of Hemming was here last week. Forrest Green went to Krum yes...

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

1 ■ c WHITE ROSE Cooking Oil, Crane's Baking Powder 25 oz. Cans 20c 2 for 35. Yellow Dent Seed Corn Pork and Beans Large Cans for 10c They are Good. F. W. HAYDEN mm "*** « '** • **T*^ Entered at the Postofllce at Pilot Point Texas, as second-class matter. Friday, March 8 1912. Articles on Road Making. We begin in this issue a series of twelve articles on "Home Course in Road Making," by Logan Waller Page, Director of Publio Roads, U. 8. Department of Agriculture. These articles should be read by everyone in- terested in road building, and if followed out this section could have first-class roads. We hope you will read them and profit by the instruction of an expert. The article this issue pertains to the "Office of Public Roads," how it Was established, and othsr infor- mation] about the good roads movement iu the United States. Finest Grade of Coffee on the Market at 25o a pound. C. W. Meaders. Phone 44. Cooper Burks is still quite sick. Mr. Elijah Wiggins and sister Miss Mollie Wi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 8 March 1912

134 acres of Black Bottom land. 123 acres in cultivation. 29 acres in pasture. 8 miles southeast of Pilot Point, Tex. 3 miles west of Celina. Six-room house in good repair, deep well, good water, fair barn. Terms: Va down, balance in fourteen equal yearly pay- ments. rice $50 per acre. A Bar- gain. 100 acres good sandy land, new 2- room box house, nearly all in cultiva- tion. enough timber for home use. Two miles west of Pilot Point. Lies level. Price $35 per acre. 83 acres sandy land, 65 in cultiva- tion, balance in timber pasture, 5-room house in good shepe, good water. Four miles southwest of Pilot Point. Price $25 per acre on long time. 125 acres sandy land, 75 in cultiva- tion, moderate improvements, 11-2 mi. from Pilot Point, Texas, Price $25 per acre, third cash and balance easy. Southern Land & Loan Co. (E. C. liarton I>. J. Mollitt - Jesse I). Moflitt.) Office with Post-Signal. Pilot Point, Texas • V.• V.• •'•*.• V.• V.ft}ft1 Sunday School Conven- tion. The Sunday Sc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 8 March 1912

] I - The Home Circle " THE SAVIOR'-'. 'tAChiNG> i ftRC£mLTTf'w ERM€LE i "Twas Oliver Ho'mes who said "Happiness consists of four fteet on a fender"—another way of spelling li-o-m-e. Under- stand, one can get considerable 'pleasure" elsewhare coarse 01 re finjd. Taer j'h c ii a derab'e gra ificauou in it nLht of fellowdhi(> with the "boys" at the I01J40. One may be wildly hilarious at a "fun factory" at Coney I land, but wht'ii it's all done, after ti e last guffaw at the "factory," after, with more or Kss treacl e,'- ous memory, you've sung "Auld Lang Syne" then you start-- homeward. The cheap tinsel of regalia, the hollowness of ri ua!, 3rowd in on you. The tries ty- ing of the "suverin gran [ o tentate" as he gave you g' oJ night grip at the street c irner, "We can go home, Jim, when wj can go nowhere else," btriKjd i 1 still deeper. To Adam p trains was home; to you home is pira dise. There the "kiddie.^" aie; thero "the best woman G id ever made" greets you with face and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 8 March 1912

Home Course In Road Making I.—The Office of Pub- lic Roads. By LOGAN WALLER PAGE. Director Office of Public Roads, United States Department of Agriculture Copyright by American t'resa Asso- ciation, 11)12 "Bp\ Mnreti. is!).'!, n pwitlnn whs jut seiitoii to ruiiur.'ss asking that ii road department similar to 111" agricultural (tapm'trui'iit In1 fmiml ed at WaslUuKton for the purpose <>! promoting roust ruction and uialntc nance of roads and for tenchiim stn dents so that they uiifiht become skllle I road engineers and to establish a per manent exhibit of sections of road II lustrating various methods of construc- tion and the best road materials an 1 machinery. This petition was signed by the governors of many of the states including Governor .McKinley of Ohio, by chambers of commerce and univer sities and was indorsed hy resolutions of legislatures The oflicc of road Inquiry was estab lished under authority of an act of congress approved March ii, lsfili. laak ing appropriati...

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