The Post-Signal (Pilot Point, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 1, Ed. 1 Friday, September 2, 1910 Page: 1 of 8
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The i Post-Signal.
PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SE*PTEMMER 2, 1910.
RE-SOLVtD 2 + 2.-4
THAT TIC CHILDREN WILL BE
(HAPPillR To Go BACK To
CHOOL WITH NCWCtOTHLS
M got them
Ttrf? hatc to start
y™~ jj( TH THE OLD GARMENTS
SCHOOL bt Y' ' f
VACATION DAY-5 AR.E A,5r AND THE LITTLE
ONEJ WILL .SOON -SKIP TO SCHOOL, OR WILL
THEY TRUDGE? THEY ILL SKIP WITH LIGHT
HEARTS IF YOU DRE.5S THEM WELL. THEY
WILL TRUDGE WITH HE^VY HEARTS IF THEY
MUST WEAR THEIR OLD CLOTHES, WHEN THEY
SEE THEIR PLAYMATES CLAD IN NEW ATTIRE.
WE CAN MAKE THE HEARTS OF YOUR LITTLE
ONES HAPPY. BRING THE CHILDREN To OUR
STORE WHERE THEY AR.E ALWAYS WELCOME
AND GET SOME OF THE NICE THINGS.
Some of the Nice Things.
.']00 pieces New Fall Style Ginghams for Chidren
School Dresses, Prices range 7 l-2c, 9c, 10c, 12 l-2c
Pony Stockings and Wunder hose, also Ironclad. Ev-
ery pair guaranteed. Per pair
Good double Knee and I Tee I School Hose, 15 cents
or two pair for
Boys' and girls' School Shoes, the kind that wear,
no paper soles here, 8s to 11 1-2 1.00 to 1.50
12s to 2s 1.25 to 1.50
2 1-2h to 6 l-2s 1.50 to 2.50
The beet values you have seen in Boys' School Pants
all new styles, 50c, 75c, 1,00 and 1.25
Boys' Perfection School Suits, in all the new Fall
Styles. Get your Boy's Suit before they are all picked
over. Price 2.00 to 7.50
LADIES—We invite you to eelect your New Fall
Suit NOW. All the new things are here, and they are
selling fast. The best styles go first. 5.00 to 40.00
New Fall (.roods arriving in all Departments. We
invite an early inspection.
RUSSELL BROTHERS CO.,
SOUTH SIDE OF THE SQUARE
RUSSELL GRAY & COMPANY,
NORTH SIDE OH THE SQUARE
THE NEWS IN BRIEF.
The admission of adult Chinese
and Japanese into the public
schools of Chicago has raised the
Cotton around Shreveport is
reported deteriorated 25 per cent
from shedding, boll weevils and
Vernon has voted bonds for a
sewerage system and water-
works, 176 for to four against.
Those western towns don't stand
back a bit when it comes to town
Southwestern Texas from San
Antonio sou:h to the Rio Grande
and southeist to the Gulf got a
heavy rain Wednesday. The
pouth Plains country around
Plainview also got good rains.
The Brow lsville coast country
was swept b; storm Tuesday, the
storm that bad been repotred in
the gulf for several days swept
inland. Li tie damage was done
a Br( wi s* He but at P^int Isa-
bel h uses re unroofed and a
nunmnroi sxioan huN wrecked
Ex-i'reu nt Roosevelt in his
speech at twatomie, Kansas,
J practically ibraced the insur-
gent ropub ican theory of war on
riT.I jM, I.T.TTT,rrnTTT,T1!LTJTniJLWi_1TaLTI'iMI I'I'I'IU
B ing them to
m< and have
tham putin 1st
A so repair all
lei ids of jewel-
SEE ME FOR SPECTACLES OR IIEPAIRS
WHERE PRICES ARE RIGHT
nnmn uwVw-w. Tnryinn/uni mrnnUfhn rmrt(mn unnnm
the great interests, declaring the
trusts should be curbed and cor-
porations put under strict laws.
He evidently has his eye on the
nomination for president in 1912.
Mrr. Minnie Streight who kill-
ed her husband, J. E. Streight,
editor of tha McGregor Mirror,
is released on a $10,000 bond.
This did not please the people
| of McGregor who held an indi-
gation meeting which culminated
in the burning of Judge David-
son in effigy.
A strong artesian flow of water
was sUuck near Sulphur Springs
Texas, at the shallow depth of
fourteen feet. The well was be-
ing bored for domestic purposes.
The force of the water blew the
anger out of the well. The water
is a dark orange red color and is
supposed to be mineral water
but has not yet been alalyzed.
The (low is 30,000 gallons per
I The grand jury *f the August
term of district court has adjourn-
ed. Thirty indictments were
found, fifteen for misdemeanors
| and fifteen for felonies. The re-
port of the grand jury says that
crime in general is on the de-
crease in the county and the
laws are being diligently enforc-
had things their own way in the
state convention. They did not
divide honors with the regulars.
They wrote an insurgent platform
with some of the Iowa trimmings
and put on a few others of their
Children's lunches at all the
city schools is plnnned at Dallas.
This has been adopted in many
of the northern cities. There are
It seems that the "steam roller"
is not confined to use in Texas
politics. The news comes from
Kansas that the insurgent repub-
licans of that state, who nomina-
ted their candidate for governor
and six of eight candidates for
congress at the primary election,
children under-fed and
while in this condition can make
I no propresb with their studies,
i The fact is beginning to be rec-
j ognized that mental and spiritual
| up-lift depends largely upon the
condition of the stomach o n
which the health and comfort of
the individual depends. A ser-
mon to a hungry man is a waste
of effort, and instruction to fam-
ished pupils is also of little effect.
The Decatur Board of Trade is
urging the farmers of that coun-
ty to plant more largely of fruit
and tauck crops. They believe
the industry can be developed to
the extent of making car load
shipments feasible. This should
be done in this part of Denton
county,, especially in the fruit
line, and more enpecially in the
line of peaches and pears which
j do so well in this section when
! properly cultivated and cared
! for. If grown in quantities that
| shipments could be made in car
lots, there undoubtedly would be
| good money in it.
There will be preaohing at the
Church of Christ next Sunday
morning and evening by the
pastor Eld. E. L. Ooohran.
. With the completion for
passenger traffic of the Western
Pacific the Goulds have a line of
road from Pittsburg, Pa 'n the
East through to San _ . ancisco,
Cal., in the West. Not yet have
they been able to * um.ispuv^d
control of a road to e* ..- tide*
water, but they still ha 'iopes.
Beginning at Pittsbun, oi. ths
WabashtoSt. Louis, from St.
Louis to Denver on the Missouri
Pacific, from Denver to Salt Lake
on the Denver and Rio Grade,
one may, by continuing his
journey on the Western Pacific,
travel close to 3,000 miles on
Gould roads. Or one can reach
the Gulf of Mexico on the South,
via the Iron Mountain, Texas sind
Pacific and International, or one
may cross Texas from Texarkana
to El Paso or to Laredo in the
Southwest without leaving the
Gould lines. The Goulds are not
yet down and out, quite.—Re-
cord and Chronicle.
m • i
An expert furnace man was
here this week and inspected the
furnaces at the school building
and suggested several changes
in them which will improve their
efficiency. In exceedingly cold
weather it has been impossible to
heat the entire building as it
should be but with the suggest-
ed changes the entire building
can be made comfortable. In
addition to the above the School
Board has placed an order for a
lot of new seats to place in one
of the rooms to give additional
seating capacity which was bad-
Old papers for sale ai thi oftict.
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The Post-Signal (Pilot Point, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 1, Ed. 1 Friday, September 2, 1910, newspaper, September 2, 1910; Pilot Point, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth291132/m1/1/: accessed June 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Denton Public Library.