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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 4 November 1910

y. t r- AT COST AND LESS THIS ENTIRE STOCK —OF— DRY GOODS, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps AND CLOTHING L: RUSELL GRAY & COMPANY. North Side Square. ' jL-'-'A. ' A--A.--A -A, - ^ SOLD REGARDLESS OF COST! Nothing Reserved EVERYTHING GOES! ■r.::: paper riprcsented for rcrcicN advertising by the GENCRAL. OTTICr-} tjirvv ycp:< /'*•"> r,::caco branches !M all T'JE PRINCIPAL cities THE POST-SIGNAL. 0. J. MOFFITT & SON, Pubs. Published every Friday in the Post- Signal building southwest corner of square. PRICE $1.00 A YEAR The Publishers are members of the Prin ters' Mutual Insurance Association of Texas. Advertising Rates All notices calling attention to a spec- ial occasion for the raising of money for charitable purposes or for public bene- fits will be charged for at the rate of 3c a line. Resolutions of Respectand Obituaries will be charged for at the rate of J^c ■ line, 6 words making a line. All business locals will be charged for at the rate of 10c a line for first inser- ti...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 4 November 1910

material. 1 lie ^rcaiCM vaiucs iiuw siaic juu 111 tu^ iawt. i nw only question is, C 1 You, Dare You, in justice to you and your family, overlook a chance like this to save over one-half the price you will be o^ged to pay at other stores? Use the good common sense witn which nature has endowed you. Come and see and be Convinced, Never again will you have such a golden opportunity. The opening day will be a gala day. The crowd will be great, but everybody will be good natured and jolly. It will pay you to come one hundred miles to trade at this sale. When you take into consideration that this sale is of greater importance to the public than any which has been held in Pilot Point, and also the very largest, it will convey to you some idea of the Bargains we offer you. Space and lack of time will not permit us to mention many prices, but you will find here many thousands of Bargains, values which await your coming. Now come! Don't delay. Our big store will be crowded from morn« ing unt...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 4 November 1910

FREE! Dress Patterns Free A 10-ynrd Dress 1'nttern will be given to the first twenty In- dies entering the store. 20 Dress Patterns Given Away. FORCED TO MONEY! STARTS SATURDAY NOT. 5, AT 9 A. H. FREE! Dress Patterns Free A HMiird I)i« ks l'iittern will be given to the lii*t twenty la- dit'H filtering 1 he store. 20 Dress Patterns Given Away. ■ I PUBLIC SALE! ELI REE I PILOT POINT HI EM ju I S« I I fi $15,000 STOCK TO BE SACRIFICED. $15,000 STOCK TO BE SACRIFICED. ill GOODS, CUTHWO, SHOES, UTS, FURRISH1HG GOODS, ETC. The Consolidated Sales Company of Chicago and Dallas, acknowledged kings of Merchandise and the World's Greatest Bargain Givers in charge of this Gigantic Sale. Behold the Voice of Wisdom. The news of this Sale will spread North, South, East and West, and bring thousands of buyers. Saturday, the opening day, our big store will be crowded to the doors, and the whole house will be a solid mass of humanity. The people will be go- ing to and fro picking up here and there su...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 4 November 1910

fr 1 history Repeats Itself. L'u.e* . 'J NUDtlTA.NCl 469 Wherever the Independents have entered the field the number of subscribers has doubled. subscribers were connected with the Pilot Point exchange on Sept. ist. We appreciate your patronage. Yours for better LOOK FOR THC telephone service and more of it SHIELD The North Texas Telephone Co. CHAS. PEARCE, Loj; I Manager. 8. W. Porter, Preside it. 8.1). Doiioho, Vice Pres, 0. A. Shock, Sec. and Treim. Utroctors: N, U. Hiiro, It. W. Mean, James Biggs, T. F- Hodg The Home Circle Table Manners. American men are good work- ers. They see their wives and children but little except at table. That seom-t to bo abjut the onlyj family gathering. What a! spectacle is the common man- ' agement of these family meet- ings ! The father sits in glum silence, and shovels in as fast as he can swallow. The children follow the parental example. The food is passed only when asked for, and ie then passed in silence. There is nothing human about it. We c...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 4 November 1910

V J *1 W W 3 >ot% l-l^ O d a 3 m Cd § g -n § I K CO CD ® hd 5 M O 00 M IS Entered at the Postofflce at Pilot Point Texas, as second-class matter. Friday, November 4, 1910. See The Coxa Nov. 7. Mrs. Mounts of Denton is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. F. A. Tompkins. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Salmon and baby of Dallas are the guests of his mother. Mrs. J. W. Salmon. Mr. Patton Cole of Bonham was here this week to see his mother who has been sick. Try a sack of "Duke of Well- ington" and "Gold Dollar" flour —the best and cheapest in town. Sold by J. W. Erwin. There will be no preaching at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, owing to the Union services at the Central Christian church. Are You Going to • < Jr < - V 1 Paint? Listen! We handle the Pitkins Paste Paint—ab- solutely the best. We guarantee it equal to any in the market, and sell it 40c per gallon cheaper than any good paint can be bought. 40c per gal- lon is worth .«aving ain't it. Come to see us be- fore yo...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 4 November 1910

YOUR ACCOUNTS ARE PAST DUE. Q — Come in and Pay. I need the Money. Many thanks for your past business Phone 83. JOHN R. PEEL Pilot Point, Tex. Oakdale Echoes. The frost has come and put a black coat on all vegetation, with a few days fair weather cotton will all be gone. John Crutsinger and wife of Mustang visited Millard Price and family last Sunday. John Senders was in this com- munity last Tuesday summoning witnesses for the court. Jake Rhodet made a Socialist Lecture here last Friday night. W. J. Moulder and wife went to town last Sunday to hear Rev- Geo. Sexton preach. J. E. Price went to Weston Monday to buy corn. T. J. Lockhart and J. P. Paris went to Gainesville Monday on business. W. S. Price of Tioga visited his brother, Marion, last Sunday G. H. Boggs and J. A. Baxter went to Gainesville Monday to serve on the Jury. O. O. Bernum went to Weston last week to buy corn. This reminds us of the going to Egypt for corn but none have come back with the Kings silver cup in their s...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 4 November 1910

V r JKomorii) Special." Fit for Any Woman in Texas. The latest In Button Boots. A nobby, smart .hoe that will fit like a glove and gir. long .ervice. (This Is Style No. 1622.) [ It is made of the Best Patent Colt with Dull Mat Kid Top; Exten.ion Edge Soles; Fancy Perforated Pattern; Two Inch Heel; Olympic Toe; Tip. AaK your dealer to show you a pair. If bo does not have them—write us. •T.LOUIS. W CAPITJU>EHJLTY Some Curious Methods of Exe- cuting Criminals. MOROCCO USES THE LASH. Flogging to Death Is S'ill In Vogue Among the Moors—Strangulation Is Employed In Austria, and Spain Clings to the Garrote. There are many curious methods of Inflicting capital punisbment in the various countries of the old world, some of them tinged with the cruelty of the dark ages. Morocco is perhaps the most mediae- val country in existence. Flogging to death Is still in vogue. It is not so very long ago that Mulol Ilafld had the Shereef Kittuin executed in this horrible fashion. % The ameer of Afghan...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 4 November 1910

■^ijraror;T T:.: . : - Kirschbaum Gothes. AH, VP<JL HAW) TA.iyw^ i uncHtwwi mam TO THE "Younger Set"! You want clothes to fit your mind and mood —clothes that lift you above the crowd—clothes of commanding style and compelling grace, clothes of undeniable "chieness" without that undesirable "slickness'' which borders on vul- garity. Kirschbaum Clothes meet your need in the fullest meed. The Cut, the color the cloth, yes, the linings and the very buttons are chosen to accentuate youth in those who are young and suggest youth in those whose tastes and tem- perament make them feel young. In every Kirschbaum Suit or overcoat tor Autumn you will perceive noticable slender sym- metrical lines that lend a well-set-up, clean- limbed aspect, the slimness and trimness of youth. Most good f-hops specialize Kirschbaum clothes. The Kirschbaum label marks the gar- ment as ours and the shop selling them as yours. THE SALE THAT SAVES Continues till Nov. 12th. It has proved the biggest in the his...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 11 November 1910

The Post-Signal. VOL XXXIII. PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1910. NO. 11| ' fV--. 'f.yi . .. # Wm W$M THE Reliability of a store should be your First THOUGHT. Copyright 1909, by C. E. Zimmerman C0.--N0. 14 We're Clearing out our Winter lines, not because the season is over but be- cause we want them to be gone when winter is. Our policy is never to carry staples over the season, so we have made this winter Clearance Sale in order to MOVE THINGS FAST. OUR LOSS will be YOUR GAIN. Moren-w goods re- ceived this week than any house in Denton County. SALE CONTINUES UNTIL SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19. High duality Standard Goods going Cheap. Better buy your Fall Goods Now. When we advertise "all wool" and "all leather" we mean it. Let us prove it Everybody treated alike at this store. Children can buy as cheap as grown people. Butterick patterns and publications. November Patterns now in. RUSSELL BROS. CO. THE STORE THAT KEEPS THE PRICE DOWN. South Side Square Pilot Point, Texas Crime C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 11 November 1910

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 Nov. ist. We appreciate your patronage. Yours for better telephone service and more of it L0M6.DI5TAP.' 484 LOOK FOR THE SHIELD The North Texas Telephone Co. CHAS. PEARCE, Lo*. I Manager. 8. W. I'ortcr, President, S. I). Donoho, Vice I'ref, 0. A. Shock, Sec. nnd Trcas, Directors: N, B. Bngc, H. W. Menu, James Birrs, T. F* llodir The Home Circle The sweetest and dearest in- terests of life cluster around our homee. Homes should be the center of our love, the Mecca of all our journey?, the goal of all our endeavors. When home is lost, all is lost. Childrens Eyes. Allow us to say a few words in regard to the children's eyes. Years ago, when the children studied their lessons from their books, we did not hear very much about their eyes giving out. Let us consult our blackboards and seen what they can tell us about the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 11 November 1910

UfarmllClotljes T.Z ~ . ~ V • v v • Copyright 1-09, by C. E. 2n.inicrman C0.--N0. 50 Winter is Coming—Our prices on warm Clothing are already chilled, so you do not need to wait until the season is advanced to make your purchase but come now! We are positively going out of business January 1st, and want to sell every Dollar in this Store at Wholesale Cost and Less. Be wise by coming to see what we are doing. North Side Square. RUSSELL, GRAY & CO. Pilot Point, Texas. ' A • ■A* JL*- Jk. -M. jL - ^ Fifty Years the Standard cream BAKING POWDER A Cream ef Tartar Powder Made From Grapes NO ALUM THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES THE POST-SIGNAL. D. J. MOFFITT & SON, Pubs. For a technical reason the hanging of Dr. Crippen at Lon- don was postponed from Nov. 8 i to Nov. 23. Also, a rumor is out to the effect that Crippen's wife is still alive and was recent- ly seen and is in hiding near ! C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 11 November 1910

YOUR ACCOUNTS ARE PAST DUE. ^ • wm Com«i in and Pay. I need the Money. Many thanks for your past business Phone 83. JOHN R. PEEL Pilot Point, Tex. I DEMON SHIPS. To Rural Correspondents. We are going to nffer a premi- um, a Gold Watch, to the corres- pondent who, between Nov. 13, 1910 and Jan. 1, 1911, receives the most credits in their weekly letters. Cr edits will be given as follows: Each weekly letter 5 points Each marriage item .. .. 5 " Each death item 5 " Each birth item 5 •' Visitors from out of the neighborhood 2 " Persons of your commu- . nity visiting away.. 2 " Accounts of fires 3 " Erection of new houses such as residences or additions to same, churches or sohool houses 3 points Other items of interest will be given credit, each... 1 point No credit will be given for items of one neighbor spending the day or night with another. If you are out of stamped en- velopes, let us know at once. If there are any communities not represented and some one in that community wishes t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 11 November 1910

1 p. • o G £ S? ? 3 Entered at the Postofflce at Pilot Point Texas, as second-claps matter. Friday, November 11, 1910. R. B. Nail, the well known op- tician, at Gainer's Nov. 17 to 22. Rev. R. F. Bryant was in Denton last Sunday. Raymond C. Gee of Fort Worth was here Tuesday. Greatest reductions in trimm- ed Hats ever offered in Pilot Point at Wright & McGee's. W. B. McShan was in Fort Worth Tuesday. Mrs. Ella Whitten visited in Whitesboro last Saturday and Sunday. Try a sack of "Duke of Well- ington" and "Gold Dollar" flour —the best and cheapest in town. Sold by J. W. Erwin. -- 4 i I Are You Going Paint? Listenl We handle the Pitkins Paste Paint—ab- solutely the best. We guarantee it equal to any in the market, and sell it 40c per gallon cheaper than any good paint can be bought. 40c per gal- lon is worth saving ain't it. Come to see us be- fore you buy. Ragland Drug Co The Great Day Is Approaching and it requires table orna- ments of a special nature— that is: Good Eatables. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 11 November 1910

For the Farmer Improving Poor Land. Dp. H. H. Harrington director of the Texas Experiment Station at the A. and M. College advises as follows: Worn out sandy land can best be restored by planting it to cow- peas and turning them under as soon as they have reached their full size; that is to say, as soon as they oommenoe flower- ing, for green manure. By wait- ing longer to turn them under, there is a loss in the fertilizing value of the peavines, inasmuch as the materials of plant food be- come concentrated in the ripen- ing of the peas. In improving poor land, crops of various kinds ought to be al- ternated with crops of cowpeas, which will soon vitally change both the chemical and physical condition of the land; forming humus, and thus making a stiff soil more loose, and a loose soil more compact. The humus formed will be a retainer of nitrogenous fertilizers which in sandy soil are readily lost by leaching. To begin with, it will be nec- eseary to use commercial fertil- izer on t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 11 November 1910

iiiiISS iiiiii Probably a Lot of Your Troubles Wouldn't Trouble a Want Advertiser at All Want advertisers and answerers of want adver- tisements, ACCOMPLISH THINGS that other peo- pie simply "worry about," and "hope they will work out somehow, sometime. With want advertising, the property owner finds either buyers or tenants, while the non-advertiser WAITS for someone to "come along" and search him for his property. With want advertising, the worker finds work, the employers find workers, and the machinery .of daily life does not slip a cog. With want advertising, the used articles are sold to advantage, the business plan finds a "backer," the buyer and seller discover each other without any ''blind searches," and people come to manage their affairs with the smallest possible amount of vexation, worry or delays. There's not much nourishment for the "trouble- germ" in any of your affairs if you utilize want advertising to the fullest possible extent. bred fowls will advertise your fa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 11 November 1910

THE IBSULT OF i fOUOY. Opportunity is not a fairy godmother, striking some with her magic wand and passing others by. No pronounced business success is the result of an accident. No business that thrives and constantly grows is the result of a gamble. It is not a mere happen-so or an accident of chance that has made our business grown continually for six years, ft is the result of a fixed policy. Our business is con- ducted on a basis that merits the approval of our patrons. It's our ambition to offer the very best merchandise that money can buy at a lesser price than the other fellow, and such prices as these tell the storv :— The best brands of Calico such as Simpson and Calcuttas at 4c. Double fold Percales, nice assortment of patterns at 5c. A nice as- sortment of colors in Outings at 4 l-2c. Sweet—Oit and Huckshin Overalls at 75c. Boys' wool knee pants 4 to 1(3 at 39c. Very pretty assortment of colors in men's mercerized hose, 50c value for 25c. Men's 50c Suspenders now 25c. A ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 18 November 1910

The Post-Signal. VOL. XXXIII. PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1910. NO. 12 &! 0 Copyright 1^09, by C. E. Zimmerman C0.--N0. 55 Everybody has something to be thankful for, and we are going to add to other blessings choice lines of the most splendid linens for the home, and the advanced winter styles in our various departments at prices that will fairly make you bubble with happiness. We show most complete lines of Table Linens at 25c, 45c, 79c, 98c and 1.15 that are absolutely worth at regular prices 50 per cent Napkins at 98c to 4 95 per dozen. Our warm, soft, fluffy Blankets and Comforts are really a tempting invitation to buy now at these cut prices, 59c to 0.75 per pair. 100 new Skirts for ladies just received (samples) worth double the price asked. 35 new Coats for ladies and Misses at about half- Ladies Suits at the biggest discount yet this season. Our entire stock of "All Leather" Shoes for men, women and children at prices lower than ever before. Men's and boys'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 18 November 1910

17 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 Nov. ist. We appreciate your patronage. Yours for better telephone service and more of it COCA L ixC 484 LOOK TOR THE SHIELD The North Texas Telephone Co. CHAS. PEARCE, Loci I Manager. 8. W. Porter, President, 8, D. Donoho, Vice Pree, O. A. Shock, Sec. and Treaa, Directors: N, B, Bilge, H. W. Heaa, James Biggs, T. K- Rodg The Home Circle Thanksgiving Day. Ever it is true that the great people are those who give open thanks to the Power they re- conize for the good which comes to them. Something in the strong heart has made thanks- giving an instinct of forceful civilization. It has been so since the time when Miriam, the pro- phetess, played upon the timbrel while her handmaidens danced and the daring Israelites praised God because they had safely passed the sea. The old Greeks make thank offering to their gods...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 18 November 1910

* ft UfarmllClothes Copyright 1 09, by C. E. Zimmerman Co.--No. 50 Winter is Coming—Our prices on warm Clothing are already chilled, so you do not need to wait until the season is advanced to make your purchase but come now! We are positively going out of business January 1st, and want to sell every Dollar in this Store at Wholesale Cost and Less. Be wise by coming to see what we are doing. ■< i 4 i North Side Square. RUSSELL, CRAY & CO. Pilot Point, Texas, A In view of the overwhelming man of evidence antagonistic to alum, it is recommended that it* use in baking powders be prohibited by law.—United States Senate Committee Report DnPRICfS ore: AM Baking Powder Made from Grapes Approved by physicians and food officials, both State and National. Awarded highest honors by the great World's Expositions, and proved of superior strength and purity by the official tests. THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 18 November 1910

EGGS 25C A DOZEN, POULTRY POWDER 25C A POUND. — • ^ Then feed more Poultry Powders and have more eggs. A Qood stock of all kinds of stock Powders and poultry Powders at Phone 83. JOHN R. PEEL Pilot Point, Tex. To Rural Correspondents. We are going to offer a premi- um, a Gold Watch, to the corres- pondent who, between Nov. 13, 1910 and Jan. 1, 1911, receives the most credits in their weekly letters. Credits will be given as follows: Each weekly letter 5 points Each marriage item.... 5 " Each death item 5 " Each birth item 5 •' Visitors from out of the neighborhood 2 " Persons of your commu- nity visiting away.. 2 " Accounts of fires 3 " Erection of new houses such as residences or additions to same, churches or school houses 3 points Other items of interest will be given credit, each ... 1 point No credit will be given for items of one neighbor spending the day or night with another. If you are out of stamped en- velopes, let us know at once. If there are any communities not represe...

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