The Post-Signal. (Pilot Point, Tex.), Vol. 32, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, April 8, 1910 Page: 1 of 8
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PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1010.
The Ross & Son Stock, North Side Square
is Recognised at Home and Abroad
A« one of the Big Representative Dry Goods Stores of
North Texas, and people are turning more and more tc us for
their wanta in. our line. They know that we keep what th^y
want and they also know that uo store can pve them better
faloa*. We offer you #eod store service—polite clerks, careful
so far proved a success, People from far
ar.d near arc buying liberally, They express sat-
isfaction at our very Low Cut Prices. More than
'On? Thousand Dollars worth of New Goods add-
ed in the last few days* and more coming just as fast
as freight and express can bring thenri. We ex-
pect to keep what you want and sell it cheaper if
possible, Come and see what we are doing. Study
the following prices and see what a saving.
hock keeping, p&yiug attention to little details, in every way
possible to make you feel at home in this establishment. No
better evidence of the increasing Popularity of This Store than
the constantly increasing business it is doing. March 1910, 81
pfav cttiit iuoreauw over .
Big stock, High quality, Iww price, Honest store service,
Honest advertising, attend to our Own business, together with
& decided improvement in local conditions are the main factors
pushing u« forward. Otie ambition Is to sell $100,000 worth of
; Dry Goods annually ^ PjlotPoiufc. Below find a few of the
tawny bargains voyrtritag offered by ne:‘ .v :
30inch white KiHarney Suiting
HoUOo Gingham* .. y& }0ok« like all linen. wear* almoai
i lot tie Lawns ■ ^ well, but rnwiH from Extra So-
20a. Brown Linr.r. J5rf4 lectori Cotton, price per yd 2QC
2fto Linen Cr*?h ' iaj4 Now Men's , Suit* good ae any
3&o fine Shaogtung Rpp agfc 550.00. Tailor made < i2.$9
fe§ m £rnb*4$*rj* «Sw ffr?' $c, HbB. Soh&ffner A Marx Suits,
s* isfill *».-“I««# 4*
-£#J§$£ 5? “
'seen Quality Polish fge
36o Bixby Shoe Polish jee
1 lot men’s and boys’ 16c Linen
Collars (soiled) 2 for g£
50o Mothers’ Friend Boys Waist,
now only 38c
36a Muslin Work Shirts,
now only y , 20C
25c and 35o Mai'* Baibriggaa
Undershirts, now 15c
Lot King Quality pat. Oxfords,
Boss’s prion 4.i>0, our prioe a.95
■■■■I I pH p jpB u.v * j ‘ y\ j . ^??iSjj§
At die lo w prtafc wo paid *r.d the low prlfle it is being offered the pub-
lie we should be able to eeii every dollar* worth of the Rosa A Son stock
in the next threat months. Looking or laying you as*© welcome.
SuctWois to Rtissftll, Cooper & Co
Successors to O, A. Ross & Son
\ NEWS IN BRIBE, 1 As a reeult of the February question of what to do
r f: ■: .. 1 -----•--j'j ■ . jkefcro. ofDistrict Oourt, a.featoh of
- 4 Wfj? reported to have falloni**®!* prie.mere will b* taken to
. > in ihe Panhandle Monday, \j. (the panite^ar.v, toe largest
, ' • The ruvevo?* now # Owl »“<»ber tha* has haen eent from
UaH *V* toe tttkroad [from ,12x6 oopu* . at o«e toe. for a
GatosisviUa eopthwiWPi to r/eoaiur 400*ba£*-
the Jury fixing bis oaae at six
and a half yearr fgr the pens*
t»nU&#y. ’Marafcaii had already
toen tried and had received a
verdict of eight year* All of
last week had been consumed in
the trial of to« two men. There
was a charge of burglary with
axploaivas against each of the
men which wae dismissed uo*
d«r the agreement made between
the attorney* for the state and
those for the defendants.—Dan-
The preident and secretaries of
the oommeroial clubs of Denton
county, and representatives from
towns in the county that have no
oommeroial clubs, were invited to
meet yesterday with Chamber of
Commerce of Denton to formu-
late plans to upbuild Denton 00un
ty—the whole oounty. The meet-
ing it is hoped has been well at-
tended. Great good should come
from auoh a move if every part of
the county will take hold of it
with tome enthusiasm. Let us all
strive to push Denton county—
one of the best oountie* in the
state—to the front.
Theodore Roosevelt, says nu&V«
him Ambassador Extraordinary
to the Court* of the world In the
Interest of universal and per-
petual peace. Dt. MaArthur
thinks Roosevelt moat eminently
fitted for sueh wore, and says:
“If Thoodor* Roosevelt can be a
dominant factor in the era of
universal and perpetual peace
his name will be honored above
that of all warriors on all bat-
. tie fields thru alt the oenturlaa,
for toe trial .-—Record and Obro- 1 A sensation was created in
.niola. > i. 1 Rome by the refusal of Ex-Pres-
j Rev. Dr. MoAuthur of New ident Roosevelt to aooept the
Mrs. E. Templeton.
Mrs. Elizabeth Templeton diet? v •
last Friday afternoon, April 1st, .
at 2:16, at the bomb of B.
Autrey in this city, of gaatri$f£ V ‘
in the 06th. year of hor ag#
Mrs. Templeton, whose maiden
name was Lunsford, was bom in
Hardeman oounty, Toon., April
20, 1845. She wae married to
John Templeton to which union
were born six ohildren. Aftor
the death of her husband she
oatne, in 1804. to Texas and made
her home with her daughter,
Mrs. B. P. Autrey, who is the
only one of her family surviving
her. She was a good Christian
woman, a member of toe Bap-
tist church, joining in early Kfe.
Mrs. Templeton was in fair hea-
lth uutil about four week* ago
whep she had a severe attack
of gaetritis, but from which eh©
partially recovered and was up
and about until two c? three
days before her death.
The funeral serviosa were held
at the residence last Saturday
afternoon, at 3 o’clock, being
conducted by Rev. J.L. Truett,
pastor of Calvary Baptist church
of whioh deoeased was a faithful
member. Our sympathy goeelSl
out to toe family in their be-
Clocks should be good enough to grow /
old respectably. A good Clock Is much
more then « mere time-keeper. , It is an
object of Sentiment.
Mr, O. A. Hearn of Dallas
was hare Monday and Tuesday.
O. A- Ross and Orus O. Pass
went to Dallas yesterday.
C. L. Edward went to Dallas
D. J. Mitohell went to Dallas
Rev. R. F. Bryant was in Parie
Monday andTueseay. ■
Ladies of the Maccabees will
meet next Wednesday afternoon
at 4 o’clock.
G. E. Light and family return-
ed last from Marlfn where they
have been tor several weeks.
Got th© right kind of Clock and enjoy
it for the rest of your life—then let your
children continue tfc enjoy It.
Boys play Truant.
A number ef boys were absent
from school last Friday and
Squire Barton was notified and
went on a search for them.
After a short searoh he found
them located in and around a
oave on the Dripping Spring
branch and his appearance put
them *0 flight, thoroughly soar-
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The Post-Signal. (Pilot Point, Tex.), Vol. 32, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, April 8, 1910, newspaper, April 8, 1910; Pilot Point, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth991611/m1/1/: accessed March 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .