The Post-Signal (Pilot Point, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, October 28, 1910 Page: 1 of 8
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PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1910.
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The Acme of Supreme Value Giving
For the remaining days of this Great Fall Festival and Carnival Sale. With tireless energy every individual connected with thiH
busy establishment has tried to serve the many hundreds of buyers who have gathered each day to secure a portion of the tremendous val-
ues offered. Not an idle moment, every energy has been bent to make this the Phenominal sale of known record. To do this the manage-
ment knew full well that the price must do the work. Hundred* of people have availed themselves of this vast saving opportunity, have |
you? Again we extend an invitation to one and all to visit this great sale. We warn you in advance not to come expecting to find some-
thing for nothing, but come expecting to find Real Genuine Bargains of merchandise that we stand back of, stake the reputation of this
house upon. We hereby assert and affirm that you positively cannot duplicate these values in any town, any place, any where.
Calico 3%, 4 and 4^c
$7About 30 men's Suits, 2 and 3
of a kind. These suits are positively and abso-
lutely worth $12.50 $13.50 and $15.00 t-howing
many different patterns. During the remain-
ing days of this Great Fall Festival and Car-
nival sale the price for choice
of the lot
Brown Domestic 43^c
Men's 10c i^hose
Ladies 20c hose 13c
This price bulletin is given you that you may gather an adequate idea of the tremendous values that are causing thousands of thrifty
buyers to throng the isles of this store daily. Remember everything in this great establishment goes, nothing reserved.
RUSSELL BROS. co.
TIIE STORE THAT KEEPS THE PRICE DOWN.
South Side Square
Pilot Point, Texas
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THE NEWS IN BRIEF.
Connecticut gained over 200,-
000 inhabitants from 1900 to 1910,
the present population being 1,-
While twenty-four lives have
been lost in the past twelve
months, the aviation records
show that over 8700,000 has been
given in prizes to aviators in the
The new union passenger
station at Denison will be com-
pleted about January 1st. A big
celebration is being planed by the
people of Denison for the date of
the formal opening.
Operation ■ f the state railroad
cost $12,357 more than the in-
come for the past fiscal year.
But it is a very short road which
perhaps added much to cost
compared to the inoome.
According t > the Agricultural
Department's report issued Mon-
day, 5i410,000 hnle-< of cotton
had been ginned against 5,550,-
967 on same da te last year. This
sent the price of cotton up some.
John O'Neil, aged thirty-five,
animal trainer, Selle-Floto circus,
was killed six miles east of
Gainesvilles Sunday when he fell
between spreading cars in special
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DALLAS STATE FAIR
Visitors will be able to see a very attrac-
tive and instructive display of the famous
"South Bend Watch," frozen in a cake of
solid ice. Also a complete stock of their en-
So while there don't fail to see it for it
>vill be "time" well spent.
Located in Main Building.
Katy train from Sherman. It is
supposed he lost his footing,
stepping from one car to another.
His body was cut in twain.
The proposition for Texas to
cede El Paso county to New
Mexico in settlement of the
boundary dispute was offered in
the New Mexico constitutional
convention Monday. New Mexi-
co claims all of Texas west of the
103rd meridian, something like
200 miles long, in the Texas Pan-
The Standard Oil company is
defendant in a case in the Feder-
al court at Jackson, Tenn., in
which it is charged with rebat-
ing which if proven will involve
a maximum fine of $30,480,000,
exceeding by $1,500,000 the fine
imposed upon the company two
years ago by Judge Landis at
Mrs. Belva Lockwood, the on-
ly woman ever a genuine candi-
date for president of the United
Stat98 and the first woman ad-
mitted to the practice of law in
the United States courts, cele-
brated her eightieth birthday an-
niversary October 24 at her home
in Washington. It was in 1884
when she was a presidential can-
didate on the Equal Rights party
The Philadelphians won in the
fifth and final game with the
Chicago Nationals last Sunday
which gives them the world's
championship in base ball. The
net receipts from the series of
games was $79,071.93 of which
60 per cent goes to the winners
and the balace to the losers.
As there are twenty-three play-
ers in each team, each player of
the Philadelphians received
$2,062 and each Chicagoan SI,-
375. Pays pretty well.
fleet will remain in Europe waters
about six weeks and will return
to American water early next
To Repay Hospitality.
New York, Oct. 24.—Naval
officers at the Brooklyn Navy
Yard have learned that the
British sailors who were royally
entertained by the American
crews during the Hudson-Fulton
celebration last year, are prepar-
ing to return that hospitality with
interest on the forthcoming visit
of the battleships under Admiral
Schroeder to England. This will
be the first time in many years
that an American fleet has visit-
ed British shores. It will afford
the first view of an American
built "Dreadnought" Europe
ever has had.
Sixteen battleships will go on
the cruise in addition to the fleet
auxiliaries. All will visit both
British and French ports. The
An automobile accident occur-
j ed Sunday at the State Fair in
] which on man was so badly in-
jured that he afterwards died
and several others seriously hurt.
A racing car ran into a motor-
cycle and turned suddenly into
the fence which was lined by a
great crowd of people. It was all
so quick that no one had time to
get out of the way.
Monday was show day in Den-
ton, Adam Forepaugh <fc Sells
Bros, Show being there. They
gave no night performance on
| account of the double tax impos-
ed on them. The usual pick-
pockets were present, getting a
$150 diamond Stud from Alvin
C. Owsley of Denton and a roll
of currence of $120 from Mart
Inman of Slidell, Texas.
FLAKE & HALE.
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The Post-Signal (Pilot Point, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, October 28, 1910, newspaper, October 28, 1910; Pilot Point, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth291140/m1/1/: accessed January 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Denton Public Library.