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

I i V' Crane's Baking Powder 25 oz. Cans for 20c Fresh shipment Bulk Cakes Package Cakes Chocolates Fruit Jars Extra Tops Extra Rubbers F. W. HAYDEN Groceries Entered at the Postofllce at Pilot Point Texas, as second-class matter. Friday, June 7 1912. R. L. Reynolds was in Fork Worth Sunday. Mrs. John Harper and son are visiting in Dallas this week. Frank Wilson left Tuesday for Dallas to attend a business col- lege. F. A. Hayden has been spend- ing a few days this week here with his family. Mrs. Lillian Fraley and chil- dren were visiting in Tioga this week a few days. Misses Minnie and Elvie Kight left Tuesday to visit in Sherman and Van Alstyne. Mrs, R. L. Reynolds and chil- dren spent Sunday in Tioga the guests of Mrs. Price and family. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Walker of Dallas were in the city a few days this week the guest of friends. J. G. Cunningham and daugh- ter Miss Lizzie Cunningham and granddaughters Norma and Nina Cunningham of Fort Worth are the guests of W. A. Upchurch and...

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 — 7 June 1912

-I-M-I' l MM H44W4 H H4-H4* <-l-I I I I t 1 I I M-H-l 1 1 I I 1 I I I H MM I I'M 1 1 1 1 ■ 1 1-1 11 1 I I 11 II -H-H-H 1 111111 |.| ■!- Subscription $1.00, Cash ii) Advance AFTER JANUARY 1ST 1913 We are making this announcement now, that all subscribers to the Post-Signal ii • may get their subscriptions paid in advance, by January 1st, 1913. On that date :: I! all who are not paid to that date, or ahead will be dropped from the list. It is :! :■ a business proposition, NO Money NO Paper. If you are behind pay ahead if :: you still want the Post-Signal. 'H-H* I I I I ■! I 1 I I-I-I 1 1 I I-H-i-H' 1 111 I M I 11 Mil 11 111 I 1 M-H-IU. M HI 1 1 1 1 1 11 11 1 11 H I I I I I 1 I 1 1 II 1 1 I I 1 -r 1 l I n I 1 M 11 1 H 1 1 ) Boost, Brothers, Boost! We can not all be president And boss* the village board; We can not all become the gent Who won a mayor's reward* We can not all become the guy Who rules the highest roost; But one thing we can do say I— That's boost, my brothers, boost? T...

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 — 7 June 1912

1 (M r The Home Circle No matter how your mothers may speak, their hearts are in the right place; if their attire is old-fashioned and their manners not up to the frills of ihe twen- tieth century standard, they have had experience of more va- lue than all the schooling and ex. tra accomplishment that you may think of shining excellence. Heed your mother—you willnev er regret it. It is the mother of a household whose life is chiefly threatened by monotony. She stays at home She is always in the house seeing the same things, hearing the same voices, doing the same work day after day, with endles9 regularity. The demands upon her time and strength and love and patience are increasing and the wonder is that she does not break down more frequently than is actually the case. Girls, listen to your mothers; they are your wisest teachers, your best counselors. E'en though you huve received a col- lege education, and the dear one who in all probability has denied herself to give it to you ha...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 7 June 1912

SAVE YOUR MONEY SALE! Our power to Bave you money has been clearly demonstrated by us and acknowledged by all within fifteen miles of Pilot Point, who have availed them- selves of the opportunity to visit our store and compare our prices with those found elsewhere. Our buyer, Mr. Steinlein, who stays in St. Louis all the time, took advantage of the Big Sale put on by the wholesale houses May 20th to 24th, and has bought great quantities of merchandise at a fraotion of their real worth. Whenever we have made a "good buy" WE HAVE GIVEN OUR CUSTOMER8 THE BENEFIT OF IT! We respectfully ask those who have not dealt with us regularly to come to our store and turn the searchlight of investigation on our prices. In the years to oome as in the past, we shall try to deserve the patronage of this community by alwayb giving good, plump values to those who give us their confi- dence. Orders have been reoeived from headquarters that the lid is to be taken off, and we say, Come, expecting Cheap Me...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 14 June 1912

Post - Signal. VOL XXXIV. PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1912. NO. 42 • * NEWS IN BRIEF. Today, June 14, is National Flag Day. The Republican State conven- tion of August 13 will meet in Dallas. Two deaths occurred near Washington by the fall of a gov- ernment aeroplane during ex- periments which were being made Tuesday. The unfortun- ates were Lieut. Hazlehurst and Alfred Welch, a professional aviator. The Department of Agricul- ture reports indicate serious pestilence in the corn and cotton crop of Texas. It is reported that grass worms have eaten whole fields in the Beaumont section. Parker county is suf- fering from the cotton grasshop- per. The American Round Bale gin at Wbitesbore was totally de- stroyed by fire last Sunday night. The gin wa? located near the oil mill there in the southwest part of the city. The loss is about $5,000, with no in- surance. The gin had been idle for several year. Freight rates on all shipments from Oklahoma into Texas are held to be unreaso...

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 — 14 June 1912

/ ""T^.TTTtTTT:^ QET THERE Ahead of the Railroad t A New Empire, 200 Miles Square—Pecos Valley, Tex. One of the richest irrigable valleys in the United States, just ahead of Construction of the Kansay City, Mexican & Orient Railway. A new country—a chance to begin over apaln. New hopes—Prosperity A country where Irrigation makes SUHE CROPS! Homeseekers are flooding into this wonderful new country. By February 1st the Orient Railway will cross the valley. Buy land now before prices advance. The extensive Imperial Irrigation System, furnishing abundant water to these Pecos Palisades lands, now complete. Water turned on. Farmers are irrigating their land and building homes. The big Im- perial reservoir, covering nearly 2000 acres, holds six hundred million cubic feet of water, with 76 miles of canals. Greatest Atfalfa and Fruit Country Alfalfa is the wonder crop of the Pecoe Valley. Produces #75 to $125 per acre. SIX cuttings a year. Alfalfa will make you rich. F cts about lower Pe...

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 — 14 June 1912

THE POST-SIGNAL. V | 1) B. J. MOFFITT & SON, Pubs. Published every Friday in the Post- ional building southwest corner of square. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. The Publishers are members of the Printers' Mutual Iusurance Associa- tion of Texas. THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE general offices NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PS'M iPAL CITIES Time Table SOUTH BOUND M. K. AT. No. 3 8:06 A. M. Katy Limited No. 209 7:21 A. M. Dallas & Wichita 11:50 A.M. T. & P. No. 31 3:05 P. M. Katy Flyer No. 205 6:30 P. M. NORTH BOUND Katy Flyer No. 206 10:23 A. M. T. <fc P. No. 32 11:00 A. M. Dallas & Wiohita 5:10 P.M. Katy Limited No. 210 9:32 P. M. M. K & T. No. 4 12:30 A. M. 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 J^c a line, 6 words make ...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 14 June 1912

/ / * THE STORE ADS. in the last issue of the Post-Signal contained 22 separate and distinct "Bar- gain Offers/7 Count for yourself, how many ap- pear today. Hemming Items. (Received too late for laat week.) We had a fine rain here last Saturday and it certainly was appreciated. Crops are looking fine at this writing. J. A. Cosner of Hobart, Okla., was in our midst last week. Will Pate and wife of Burns spent Saturday and Sunday with her sister, Mrs. John Morrrow and family. J. D. Sue was in 8anger last Saturday. John Alexander of Gainesville was in our burg Sunday. Miss Frankie Davis who was hurt in a runaway some two weeks ago is improving. Uncle Buck Daniels and family of Oak Hill spent Sunday with T. J. Davis and family. Miss Joe Roach of Gainesville is visiting with her brother, Frank Roach and family. Messrs Frank Roach and Reed Lark were in Dallas and Fort Worth last week. Mr. Sparkman of Valley View and his son-in-law Rev. Rhodes of Thorp Springs were in our community Sunday...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 14 June 1912

<T I I m Crane's Baking Powcer 25 oz. Cans for 20c Fresh shipment Built Cakes Package Cakes Chocolates Fruit Jars Extra Tops Extra Rubbers F. W. HAYDEN Groceries Entered at the Postofflce at Pilot Point Texas, as second-class matter. Friday, June 14 1912. W. F. Nance of Newcastle was in the city Monday. Miss Anna Lois McFarland is visiting friends in Georgetown. Joe Bennett of Bentonville, Ark. is here visiting his father L. W. Bennett. Mrs. Vititoe of Madill, Okla., is here the guest of her mother, Mrs. 8. H. Bryant. Mrs. J. P. Cooper and daugh* ter Mrs. Mamie Parker returned Monday from a visit in Dallas. Miss Helen Cooper returned Sunday from San Antonio where ehe hae been for several months. Miss Willie MoGee returned Tuesday from Denton where she has been visiting M. L. Hender- son and wife. Gordon Elmore and wife re- turned 8unday from Dallas. He had been to Waco with his eon Harry where he entered a busi- ness college. Joe B. Burks has purchased the big barn of D. W. Light...

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 — 14 June 1912

! 11 n 111 m n i c m m 11 m 111 n u 1111 n i m 11 m i n 11 n i n 111 m 11 n 1111 n iji n 111 c ii 11 u i n m m m m n !■ (• if Subscription $1-00, Cash ii) Advance AFTER JANUARY 1ST 1913 We are making this announcement now, that all subscribers to the Post-Signal jj may get their subscriptions paid in advance, by January 1st, 1913. On that date jj all who are not paid to that date, or ahead will be dropped from the list. It is jj a business proposition, NO Money NO Paper. If you are behind pay ahead if jj you still want the Post-Signal. 1 I H I..H M"1 1 |, I 1 1..|„I | 1 [.,1.1 I. ■« l-t 1..1.1.,..,..1.., 1 m 1 HI I 1 1 I I II 1 I ! I I 1 I I I I II I I I I 1 1 I Bulletin on Higher Educa- tion in Texas. For Free Distribution The Eduoational Campaign Committee of the Hogg Organiza- tion, composed of F. M. Bralley, State Superintendent of Public Instruction and Exeoutive Scret- ary, Austin, Texas; President W. B. Bizzell of the College of Industrial Arts, Dean Charles Puryear of the Ag...

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 — 14 June 1912

To honor the memory of the de- parted mothers and enrioh the ever ennobling liveB of those who are living, an "International Honor Day," has been designat- ed in the civilized nations of the world. The general object of Mother's Day is a simultaneous observance of the love and grati- tude men, women, children and nations owe their good mothers. The special object is to honor and uplift motherhood and to give happiness to "the best mother that ever lived"—Your Mother. We are not all born with the sunshine in our hearts, as the Irish people prettily term it, but we can all coax some in there if we only try. Why Some Women Grow Old. One reason why the average woman wears out, grows old and plain before her husband, is that through a mistaken idea of duty she lays out for herself at the beginning of her married life a scheme or plan of duty and em- ployment for time, every hour filled with work, with rare and short periods of relaxation. This she follows religiously for years, feeling t...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 14 June 1912

I A Correction. Last week the Post-Signal re- reported the play. "Fun in the Photographer's Gallery," but gave Miss Jessie Johnson credit for managing the affair. It is with the desire to give credit where credit is due that Miss Johnson asks us to please state that all she did was to of- fer a few suggestions, and say she did no real work vat all. A committee from the XIX Cen- tury Club had full management of the play and the entire proceeds above actual expenses (expenses covered cost of opera house, rent and transportation of piano, and cost of literature) go to the public school fund, which the XIX Century Club obligated itself for. Thecommittee who had charge of the entertainment were Mrs. F. A. Hayden, Mrs. Bauer, Mrs. Noel, Mrs. Weeks and Mrs. Tompkins. Advertising Is today the mightiest factor in the business world. It is an evolution of modern industrial competition. It is a business builder, with a potenoy that goes beyond human desire. It is something more than a "drum- m...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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