The Post-Signal (Pilot Point, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 38, Ed. 1 Friday, May 19, 1911 Page: 1 of 8
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PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FKIDAY, MAY 19, 1911.
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Although you always find our prices a little lower, we take even more
pride in the fact that our quality is always a little better; that's why we are
justly called the "Quality Store." In our buying we always worry about
quality first and talk price afterwards—but we do not know how to talk
price without quality, so you don't need to talk or worry about either of
them when you trade here.
A Little Surprise for You
Men's all wool 15.00 and 12.L0 Suits
in tans, grays and blue serges, cut in
this season's very best models, from
well selected woolens. Isn't that old
suit of yours getting a little "seedy?"
This offer lasts only for a short time.
Per Suit $IO.OO
Show a good understanding, and un-
derstand, we sell good shoes. We've
the right Idea, we think, for we are
showing a number of new lasts in
Oxfords, "El Sud" Coaster, Roadster,
and Tourist which are bound to catch
you on the first look, because of their
unusual custom characteristics
3.00, 3.50, 4,00 and 5.00
Athletic Shoes for boys and girls
75c to i 50
That Little Chap
Deserves as much consideration as
his dud. The only way to stop him
from getting the best of his clothes is
to get the best of clothes for him. For
instance' our Perfection Suits at 2.50,
3,00, 3.50, 4 00 and 5.00 are excellent-
ly Tailored from stout fabrics and
needled at every straining point to
hold hard. Shoes, Hats, Stockings
Scarfs, Collars, Caps, in fact every-
thing for the little son and hiB Big
We most forgot—Shirts made like
Dad's, in pleasing patterns cut full
Trousers, yes. Knickerbockers,
ye9. Peg tops, yes. Ju9t what the
little fellow wants
And big fellows too
5oc to 2.50
1.50 to 7.50
We take pleasure in introducing to
you MRS. ADA STACY, of Dallas,
who comes to us well recommended
as a good Dress Maker. Mrs. Stacy
is now in charge of our Dress Making
Department, and we speak for her
your consideration. Her prices are
RUSSELL BROTHERS COMPANY
South Side Square
Pilot Point, Texas
NEWS IN BRIEF.
Senator Culberson and other
senators have introduced bills to
amend the Sherman anti-trust
law removing the courts power
to distinguish between "good"
and "bad" trusts.
The Chinese empire, like Tex-
as, is a place where things trans-
pire on a big scale: a fire at Kirin,
Manchur a, renders 40,000 peo-
ple homeleBs, and results in a
loss of $20,000,000.
The body of J. M. Bailey of
Denton, Texas who was in Little
Rock attending the Confederate
reunion, was found Wednesday
morning lying on the river bank
beneath the Rock Island bridge.
As nothing was apparently
taken from the dead man's pock-
ets it is surmised that he lost his
way and fell from the bridge.
The Texas Supreme court has
decided that Texas chartered
clubs, such as country clubs, lod-
ges and private clubs, do not vio-
late any Texas law in maintain-
ing sideboards or buffets and sel-
ling whiskey and beer to their
members exclusive. The deci-
sion is the result of a suit brought
at the instance of Governor Col-
Grandma Lasaiter is quite
AFTER THE SCRUBBING AND SWEEP-
ING AND SCOURING
You will want some new table fixings, surely—
a model housekeeper like yourself will not be
content with the shabby old things. Come to
Knives, Forks, Spoons
Sugar Howls, Salts and Peppers, and whatever
else needs renewal. We have the best qualities
at the prices charged, and you wdl do well to
see us after your spring house-cleaning.
The Commencement sermon of
the Pilot Point public school was
delivered at the M. E. Church,
South, last Sunday morning by
Rev. T. A. Wharton, D. D., of
Sherman. The large seating ca-
pacity of the church was taxod.
A fine discourse was delivered,
and the service interspersed with
some excellent special musical
Mrs. Nichols and children of
Louisiana are here visiting her
father, J. B. Nance, and family.
Mrs. A. Whittington and Mrs.
Cobb of Dallas are the guests of
Mrs. A. Baxter and family.
M. J. Harris returned off tho
road last Saturday to be at home
during commencement week.
Mrs. Morriss of Dallas is here
visiting her son, A. W. Morriss
Mrs. Sam Graves left yester-
day for a visit at Denisun, Sher-
man and Oklahoma City.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Slaughter of
Van Alstyne were the guests of
Prof. Weisner and family a few
days this week.
F. C. Hendrix and family of
Fort Worth came up Saturday
to visit relatives here. Mr. Hen-
drix returned home Sunday af-
Ladies of the Calvary Baptist
church will serve Ice Cream and
Cake on Saturday before Sec-
ond Monday and Cake on Sec-
ond Monday in June.
A. J. Harrison attenped the
Undertakers' Association which
has been in session at Waco this
Mothers' Day Service.
Mothers' Day service at the M.
E. church last Sunday afternoon
was attended by a large congre-
gation and the program, an-
nounced in last issue of this pa-
j per was carried out. The papers
jand the music were greatly ap-
A. H. Gee Miss Vera Gee, and
Mr and Mrs G. E. Light, and son
are in Dallas attending the Tex-
as Bankers' Association.
There will be preaching at the
Church of Christ Sunday morn-
and evening by the pastor, Eld.
E. L. Cochran.
Mrs. E. M. Rogers and Miss
Annie Pearce of Sherman are
the guests of their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. Pearce.
Mrs. Annie Ross and mother,
Mrs. G. R. Buchanan visited
this week with E. E. Spain and
family in Dallas.
A protracted meeting will be-
gin at Calvary Baptist church on
Saturday before the second Sun-
day in July. Rev. Forest Smith,
D. D., of Sherman will conduct
i the meeting, assisted by the
pastor, Rev. J. L. Truett. A
1 most cordial invitation is ex-
tended to every one.
Mr. Morrell living west of here
brought to our office this week a
fine specimen of oats. The heads
were 12 to 21 inches long and
Another automobile has been
purchased in Pilot Point, Dr.
Painter having purchased last
week a two-passenger torpedo
j body Ford Roadster.
Mrs. R. L. Burke of Aubrey,
Mrs. Mays, W. L. Buster and
wife and Miss Fannie Buster of
Denton, visited Dr. O. C. Butter
and family, 3unday.
THE FINEST YET
First of the Season
FLAKE Ac HALE.
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