The Post-Signal (Pilot Point, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 2, Ed. 1 Friday, September 9, 1910 Page: 1 of 8
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PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1910.
I LOVE TO JEE /ir mother.
WELL DRF5JED Jo DCC5 EVERY
OTHER CHILD ITIS IhE DUTY
(X PARENT J ~To DRESS VELL
fOR THEIR CHILDREN* JAKE
IT LEAVES A NICE IflPREtf/ON
ON THEIR minds
I (U«ii4 tmui*.1
how can a mother expect her children to
5EHAVE WELL AND WI.SH To APPEAR WELL UNLE.5J
•SHE HERSELF -5ET.5 THEM A GOOD EXAMPLE? GOOD
DRE.S.S INFLI/ENCE.S ONEJ'.SELF. OUR TALL AND
WINTER .STOCK OF WEARABLES FOR WOMEN IJ
NOW OPENED UP. WE -SHALL &E GLAD To HAVE YoU
COME AMD -SEE OUR BEAl/TIFl/L WRAP.S AND .S17IT.S:
OUR NEW MATERIALS AND TRIMMING J To MAKE
CLoTHE-S fr0m--0i/R EVERYTHING THAT WOMEN
WILL WEAR THI.S COMING FALL AND WINTER. WE
Pl/T FAIR PRICED ON OUR GOOD-5 AT THE BEGIN-
NING OF THE JEAJoN. MAY WE NOT HAVE A CALL
THE FALL WEARABLES
Are more beautiful than ever. Every department is
now full to overflowing. Another consignment this
week makes our Ladies Suit and Cloak Department the
Best in the County. Buy now and get first Choice
We date your bills ahead.
Ladies Suits from
Ladies Long Coats, QC ftft
from 2.50 to £U.UU
Misses Suits, from
Misses Coats, from
2.00 up to
Silk Petticoats, solid $1(1
colors or Persians 5.00 to I"
Genuine HeatherbloomO f|A
The New Fall Dress Goods are
here in an endless variety. We
cordially invite you to inspect
them—we are glad to show you.
Looking does not obligate you to
buy. Price range on | CA
Wool Dress Goods 25c to l ww
The New Silks:—The artist
has never shown better taste
than in designing this season's
Modish Silks, Grenadines, Crepe
De Chines and Messalines.
Persian plaids and plains will
be much in demand 1 rn
price range per yd 35c to l«OU
Novelties: Each express brings
us New York's latest fads in
Belts, Barretts, Ladies Fancy
Collars and Novelties of every
description, same as you would
see on 5th Ave., New York.
Men, Young Men and Boys—
We can show you the best goods
to be found, to dress you from
head to foot, in^fashion's latest
Hats, Suits, 3hoes, Shirts,
Ties, Collars, all here in a va-
riety to satisfy anyone that
wants to be well dressed, and
you will be surprised how rea-
sonable the prices are.
Our Motto is—"Under buy—
Undersell." Give us a chance
to prove it.
Shoes, Shoes, Shoes—Ours is
conceded the best Shoe stock
in this section. All the new fall
Styles are here, Selby, Walk-
Over, Godman's and Priesmyer,
for Ladies Men and Children.
We make a specialty of School
Shoes for Boys and Girls, and
we can save you 50c a pair.
EXTRA SPECIAL: 50 pairs
Selby 3.003.50 and 4 00 1 7C
Shoes I ■ I O
49 pairs Red School House
2.25 Shoes, bought by us at a
sacrifice price and sold 1 CC
the same way I.DU
Special Notice:— MISS TYUS, OF COR3ICANA has open-
ed a Dress Making Department in our Store. Priced reasonable.
Miss Tyus comes to us well recommended and we bespeak for her your
favorable consideration. Get your orders in before the rush comes.
RUSSELL BROTHERS CO.
Circuses and shows which ex-
hibit in Texas from now on will
be required to pay a tax for each
performance both day and night.
The program has been com-
pleted for the Waeo Cotton
Palace which will open Nov. 5.
The opening address will be
made by Senator Bailey.
The acting president of Chile
is dead. This is the seeond pres-
ident Chile has lost in the last
month. President Montt died on-
ly a few weeks a^o in Germany
where he had gone for treatment.
crop of this country for the year
just ended amounted to $778,894-
095, and the crop was 3,215,000
bales short of the year before.
The average priee of middling
cotton for the year is placed at
14.37c per pound.
Hogs are still a good price,
j Mo nday a lot sold in the Foit
Worth market at $9.70, the
highest price since April 14.
This is an industry the farmers
of Texas are not paying enough
Senator La Follette won the
j republican nomination for Unit-
The money value of the cotton ied States Senate in the recent
.Trrn 1,1,1 BE as
All the latest designs in Pins
Bracelets, Fobs, Lockets, Belt
Pins, Brooches, etc. Just in
The latest in Libby ware, just in
and more on the road. Call and
see the line
Also a big assortment of Genu-
Hand Painted Chinaware ex-
pected daily. Don't buy without
seeing my line.
WHERE PRICES ARE RICHT
primary eleotion, in Wisconsi n,
and a nomination by the republi-
cans is equivalent to eleotion in
that state. La Follette is on the
side of the people, anyway.
Labor Day Sept. 5, was pretty
generally observed over the
whole country. The day is
growing in popularity and that
we are glad to see, for labor is
honorable and should have a day
of special recognition.
The National Conservation
Congress is in session at St.
Paul, Minn., this week. Pre-
eident Taft, Ex-President Roos-
velt and many other prominent
persons are in attendance. The
congress attracts considerable
interest because of the pro-
minence given the subject by the
At the reception of the special
ambassadors from foreign
government to the Mexican
Centennial celebration given by
President Diaz, (the United
States' representative was given
first honors. The United States
was the first government to re-
cognize the independence of
The proposal to fortify the
Panama canal ag put forth by
Col. Roosevelt in recent speech
is still adversely commented on
by some of the English papers.
This country, however, claims
there is nothing in our treaty
with England against the canal
being fortified. As a protection
against the destruction of the ca-
nal by a hostile fleet while our
war vessels are called in other
directions it seems that the canal
should be well fortified. The ca-
nal might be put out of commis-
sion at a very critical time by
one well directed shell.
Killed by Live Wire.
Greenville, Sept. 6.—As a re-
sult of ooming in contact with an
electric light wire which had fall-
en across the sidewalk on West
i Lee street, Will Deaton, about 17
! years old, was instantly killed
this morning. His body was
, split open by the wire striking
'him on the shoulder and ranging
i downward toward the right side,
burning its way through. His
hand was burned to a crisp and
the body was on fire when found
by people passing by at 4 o'clock
Hawaii Wants to Come in
When the bill was passed in
the last oonjtress providing for
the admission of Arizona and
New Mexico as states, it was
thought that we had cleared up
the statehood business for many
years at least, although it was
considered probable that at some
distant day our island possess-
ions might seek to become
states. But it has come sooner
than expected. W. M. Torrey of
Honolulu says that Hawaii will
seek statehood at the coming
session of congress, when Dele-
gate Kalaniancle will introduce a
bill for that purpose. "Hawaii
is as much entitled to statehood
as Arizona or New Mexico,"
says Torrey.—Woman's Nation-
Hog Special at Denton
Denton, Texas, Sept. 6.—The
Katy hog demonstration car is
in Denton today and is attract-
ing attention from those inter-
ested in hog raising. The car
carries many healthy, fine look-
ing specimens of hogs, and in-
teresting talks are made by H.
E. Singleton of McKinney, a
practical hog raiser of thirty
years experience, who is here
with the car. Mr. Singleton
stated that hog-raising in Texas,
is a money-making proposition,
and that the hogs should be giv-
en a clean place for living quar-
ters as well as cattle and horses.
The car left here tonight.
The pavillion at Belew is com-
pleted and the fact that R. H.
Ezell superintended the job is
sufficient guarantee that it is well
done. It is one hundred feet in
circumference, nicely seated,
well lighted and ventilated, with
a driveway through the center.
It is a monument to its promot-
ers and building of which every
one in any way connected with
or interested in Belew Cemetery
may well be proud. —Aubrey
While Col. Roosevelt was
making his speech at Forgo, N.
D., he was interrupted by a
crank who insisted on who paid
the expense of Mr. Roosevelts
trip. On being told the Outlook
Magazine of which he was one
of the editors, the fellow said,
"You lie." Roosevelt assisted
in putting the man off the stage.
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The Post-Signal (Pilot Point, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 2, Ed. 1 Friday, September 9, 1910, newspaper, September 9, 1910; Pilot Point, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth291133/m1/1/: accessed August 21, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Denton Public Library.