The Post-Signal (Pilot Point, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 10, Ed. 1 Friday, November 4, 1910 Page: 1 of 12
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PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1910.
What time will the Clock stop?
A Clock on exhibition in our store
will be allowed to run down each week,
and on Saturday, afternoons, at 3:30,
the clock will be unveiled and the cash
prizes distributed. Time cards are giv-
en with each 50c purchase. We distri-
bute silver dollars Free as follows: $2
to to the first, $1 to the second aud 50c
to the third will be given away each
Saturday until Dec. 24, 1910, when we
close by giving a Lady's or Gentleman's
$20.00 Suit. Ask for Time Cards.
CONTINUED B? REQUEST,
So many customers have asked us to continue our Big Fall Carnival Sale that we have decided to do so.
For Various reasons many people could not come just at this time and we have consented to continue the Sale,
twelve days longer—Until Saturday. Nov. 19. The people who have purchased their goods during this Sale
have made a Big Saving! You have the same opportunity for just 12 Days More.
Come to the Store that refuses to pass
anything over its counters except honest
merchandise, In addition to the big stock
of goods we carry, we are daily receiving
large shipments of new merchandise. Just
received a shipment of ladies and Misses
Suits, Cloaks and Skirts. We can
supply your needs in Hosiery, Golf Gloves,
Belts, Outings, Ginghams, Etc.
A $10 Decorated Dinner Set.
Each piece marked with your initial
in gold. We will distribute them as
follows: Procure a punch card from
us and every time you make a cash pur-
chase have the amount punched out.
When you have purchased goods to the
amount of $25 present the punched card
and $2 50 in cash and we give you the
set. If your cash purchases from us
amount to $100.00 we will refund the
$2.50, thus giving you the 42-piete
Dinner Set absolutely Free.
RUSSELL BROS. co.
South Side Square
TIIE STORE THAT KEEPS THE PRICE DOWN.
Pilot Point, Texas
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The railroad casualty list for
year ending Jund 30 was, killed
3,804, injured 82,374, according
to the Interstate Commerce Com
mission report. This is for the
entire United States.
greatest concession a Chinese
ruler ever granted.
Snow many days ahead of the
average date fell Friday as far
south as the north parts of the
Gulf states, and throughout the
South unusuaily cold weather
It is reported the Emperor of
China will call a meeting for the
purpose of establishing a popular
parliament. It is regarded as the
Col. Bryan rented a hall at his
own expense in Lincoln, Neb., to
speak in for the democratic cam-
paign He offered his services
to th« democratic committee but
they did not arrange for him to
ppeak, it being unofficially stat-
ed that it was because of the fact
that he had said he oould not
support the candidate for gover-
an injustice when the lists pub- i
lished in the Dallas News failed
to show that prizes had been won
by Denton county boys. Henry
Barfknecht won twice according
to the judges. Henry is the Lew-
isville boy who won the sweep-
stakes prizes in the Denton coun-
ty Corn Show. The best of the
exhibits, Mr. Ganzer says, will
be taken to San Antonio Fair.—
According to District Agent
Wm. Ganzer, the Denton Coun-
ty Corn Growers Club was done
WATCHES AND CLOCKS.
Why not buy that new Watch and
Clock you have been needing for sev-
eral years. Crops are good and prices
are high, so don't delay but buy a good
Watch or Clock, while they are Cheap,
for they are sure to go up like every-
CALL AND SEE MY LINE.
County Superintendent J. W.
Beaty reports the independent
schools of the county in fine con-
dition. He has visited all the in-
dependent schools but those of
Sanger and Lewisville and ex
pects to visit them soon. He was
especially impressed by the show
ing being made at Pilot Point in
the manual training and agricul-
tural departments. The common
schools, or the greater part of
of them, will not open until after
the teachers' institute meets Nov.
7, so as yet he has not called on
ducts to be held at Chicago Nov.
19 to Dec. 4. The Danton coun-
ty exhibit was a very creditable
one and should do some effective
advertising for the county at the
A farmer and his wife lost a
hog. They agreed not to say
anything about 'it, and they
would know the first person men-
tioning their loss was the thief.
Sunday they entered the church
and the preacher read out his
text: "i have meat to eat that
ye know not of." Nudging his
wife, the old farmer whispered,
"Marie, we never did suspect
him, did we?"
The exhibit of Denton county
at the state Fair, along with oth-
er exhibits of counties along the
Gould lines in Texas,will be tak-
en to the big Show of Land Pro-
The District meeting of the
Foreign Missionary Society of
the M. E. Church wa9 held here
at the Presbyterian church last
The meeting was called at 2
o'clock by the President, Mrs.
Moore of Gainesville. After
devotional exercises conducted
by Rev. R. F. Bryant the pro-
gram, consisting of Institute
work arranged by the President,
was carried out. During the
afternoon Mrs. Nealy, Mrs.
Buttler and others made splendid
talks on "How to carry on the
work of the Foreign Missionary
Society more successfully."
At the evening services a
splendid sermon was preached
by Rev. D. F. Fuller of Collins-
Those who were in attendance
from out of town were Mrs.
Houston and M.d. Nealy of
Gainesville, Mrs. McDonald and
Miss Blair of Tioga, Mrs. Varley
and Rev. Fuller of Collinsville,
Mrs. Emory Smith and Mrj.
Buttler of Denton.
There's satisfaction in getting
all of a value that a dollar will
buy—and there's thrift and pros-
perity in it too.
Every day some store-patrons
who ought to come to your store
go elsewhere—to their own and
your disadvantage, because your
advertising was not impelling
The POST-SIGNAL, the Dal-
las News, the Ft. Worth Record
the Farm and Ranch all 1 year
for S3.40 in advance.
FLAKE & HALE.
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The Post-Signal (Pilot Point, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 10, Ed. 1 Friday, November 4, 1910, newspaper, November 4, 1910; Pilot Point, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth291141/m1/1/: accessed September 19, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Denton Public Library.