The Post-Signal (Pilot Point, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 44, Ed. 1 Friday, June 30, 1911 Page: 1 of 8
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PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUXE 30, 1911.
Dressmaker will find in our Store jjgj
all the essential accessories, from a bolt of goods down to a
bit of stay tape, and no matter whether your purchase be large or small our clerks are
here to give you every advantage of their knowledge and assistance. )
Copyright 1909, C. E, Zimmerman-Co. 22
Just Figure Up
It's when you stop and "figure up"
that you realize wtiat true economy
means. Our store has the reputation
of being decidedly the most econom-
ical place to do your trading, and
525 that's not all, you find the quality
just as represented.
We mention below a Bargain here
and there throughout the Big Double
Store, ju«t to Rive you a little idea
of just what's going on in the way of
Fancy Silks for Ladies
Are enjoying exceptional vogue
this year because of lightness of tex-
ture—the many attractive styles in
beautiful weaves and patterns. Ex-
ceptional values at
39c, 48c 79c and 98c
Men's, Women's and Chil-
Form an important part of our stock,
values about one-half. Price each
2c, 5c, 8c and 11c
True Shoe Beauty
has been attained in our Shoe De-
partment. Bear in mind, a good fit is
is half of a shoe. We fit every pa-
tron with care, be it man woman or
child. We are closing out many
broken lots of men's women's and
children's shoes and Drummer's sam-
ples at about half price. See if your
size is not in this lot.
Comfort in Traveling
depends largely on the right kind of
Hand Bags, Suit Cases and Trunks
2.00 Suit Cases 1.50
7.50 Suit Cases 4.95
6.50 Trunks 4.95
17.50 Trunks 13.50
Men's 75c Overalls 45c
Men's 1.00 " (one lot) 75c
Ladies' Black Hose
Priced Below Wholesale.
An unusually fortunate purchase
placed these Hose on our shelves at
figures that allow us to offer unheard
of values in fresh, new hosiery. Ev-
ery pair in perfect condition. Made
from good quality two-thread cotton.
They're good values at 10c. While
they last, per pair only 5c
RUSSELL BROTHERS COMPANY
gg* South Side Square
Pilot l'oint, Texas
NEWS IN BRIEF.
The arbitration treaty between
the United States and Great
Britain is practically completed.
John W. Gates, an American
millionaire, is ill in Paris,
France, where he underwent an
an operation for an abscess of
The Connecticut Senate turn-
ed down the inoome tax amend-
ment resolution. Too many big
corporations in the nutmeg state
to approve of that way of levying
Senator Luke Lee who sub-
mitted to a transfusion of blood j
operation to save the life of his j
wife, has had a backset, having
returned to his duties in the sen-
ate too soon. He is, however,
not in a dangerous condition.
There are so many investiga-
tions into the workings of the
big monied concerns of the coun-
try and other things now going
on that it is> difficult to keep up
with them. It is hoped a season
of better commercial and politi-
cal conduct is in store for the
The Lakes-to-the-Gulf water-
ways bill has been passed by the
upper branch of the Illinois leg-
islature, and the bill will be re-
ported to the Houee. As passed
bv the Senate, the bill provides
j for the appointment of a com-
1 mission of five members with
power to expend not more than
$500,000 of the $20,009,000 bond
issue in securing and conserving
power sites along the route of
home shoufd be
without on or in
fact several, for
they complete the
every room, be it
or kitchen. There
are two things
required of a
clock: forst that it be ornamental, that is of smallj im-
portance if it does not keep time. We guarantee every
clock we sell to keep perfect time, for if it doesn't it is
Copyright 19QQ, c. P. 7iwmcrinan Co. \'n.
Price 1.00 to 10.00.
Two Hen Dead and One
As the Result of a Most Dan-
gerous Fire at Denton.
A disastrous fire occuted at
Denton early last Friday morn-
ing. burning out the block of
building eouth from the south
side of the square resulting in a
property loss of $20,000, and
worst of all the death of two men
and the serious injury of another.
For a time it appeared like the
buildings on the south side of the
square was doomed to distruction
also. A hard fight was made by
the fire department and the flames
were confiined to the block where
the fire originated, tho several
times the other buildings ignited.
The dead are Jop Turpin and
Earnest Bushey. S. S. Grant
was injured. ThesB casualties
occured after the fire was under
control. The unfortunate men
were caught undu falling brick
wall. The consumed property
was partially covered by insur-
ance. The burned buildings, it
is stated, will be rebuilt.
President Smith of the Mor-
mon church who testified before
the sugar trust inquiry commit-
tee said the Utah-Idaho Sugar
Refining Co. joined with Have-
myer ih the Sugar industry for
the benefit of the Mormon peo-
Suits have been filed in New
York for the dissolution of the
periodical clearing house, or
what is styled the "Magazine
Trust," alleging it to be an un-
lawful combination, and in re-
straint of interstate trade.
For the third time recently the
state treasury was empty a few
days ago, necessitating a call on
depositories for $5,000 or $80,000
in the aggregate. But this does
not mean that the Stato is any-
ways near broke.
Samuel Gompers, president of
the American Federation of Lab-
or will not apologize to the Dis-
tict of Columbia Supreme court
on July the 17, when he has been
called to appear to show cause
why he should not be held in
contempt. Gomper says he is
not conscious of having done
anything to apologize for.
A peculiar condition existed at
Temple when an election for city
Treaeure was to have come off
None of the election officers or
clerks appeared for duty, no can-
didate announced, no voters vis-
ited the polls. Nobody wanted
the office as the pay is only $60
per year and a heavy bond is re--
The age limit at which a man
may obtain employment in any
department of tho Erie Railroad
is now 35 years. A strict forder
to that effect has been issued. A
tall well-developed, alert man
called at the freight claim de-
partment and asked for a clerical
position. He was informad that
there were several vacancies, but
when he gave his age as 36 he
was told that strict orders had
been issued not to employ any
person older than 35 years.
There is some talk of Dallas
and Fort Worth co-operating in
the matter of a water supply for
the two cities.
We Have Ramshaked
'■ The Produce Harket, and have bought to
Tomatoes Squash Cucumbers
Peppers Okra Cabbage
Lemons Canieloupes Potato Chips
Phone 46 Early Saturday
FLAKE <Sc HALE.
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The Post-Signal (Pilot Point, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 44, Ed. 1 Friday, June 30, 1911, newspaper, June 30, 1911; Pilot Point, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth291174/m1/1/: accessed April 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Denton Public Library.