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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 24 January 1908

THE KNOX W( REACH THK PEOPLE ANO OUR MOTTO IS: KNOX < FIRST. THE WORLD AFTERWARD. susscriptw 9* *na. VoL 4 'c.: KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, TEXAS; FRIDAY, JAN. 24, 190 « !! I] | | NO.* BR— NEW SCHOOL HOUSi Our New $16,000 School Building No v/ Being Erccied. Material now Being Laid Down. We áíe very proud to say that opr new $16,000.00 school build- is being started this week. The contractor, Mr. Williams is hav- ing sand hauled to build the foundation. This is the thing Knox City has long been needing and our citizens should be ver> proud of this enterprise. Let us not stoij wiien the building complete for the fact is, we. Have just started. Let us combine our efforts, to make our school an attraction of which any -town might be proud. There is noth ing which is more upbuilding to a town than a high grade school A school which will draw people. Schools and churches are mort attractive to some people thai our fertile land. A high grade school will elevate us all. Thet let's have y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 24 January 1908

I acter are permitted to enter into one line of our advertising. Everythingboug t solute gfilt-edge guaran tee—"Your money refunded if not, a — ' flf*— — www jm. vux - ^ J. —44—f*|f I yir*>W 11 lil^i . just a few of the many marvelous bargains that will be offered the people. Dear m lumu, uvtun^ xv, entire stcck Is included and forms the basis cf the greatest rrxriey sa\irg sale in the history of Knox County. unng Read every word of Bear in mind; nothing goes out WÍ1 ie ai we quote A Look Closely for the Blue Canvas Signs Extra Special. 20 dc« bejs knee pants in vsriecs colors and patterns. Sizes ranging from 5—15, these are regular 50 and 6oe vala-'s. Your choice of this 22c lot for. Men's Overcoats. .. "EXTRA SPECIAL" We hava about 32 men'a overcoats on hand in ail wool materials. Cut in the latest full lengths the styliah 3-4 lengths. Thepe coats aro posi- tive^ wrth $10.00 In this slaughter AQ rtfZ of values • 3 Men's High Grade Qothing at Ruinous Prices. Men's Baits, new pat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 24 January 1908

f "1 t t IC IF. E. ADAMS & CO. CLOSED Save This and Wait Until I ./ Saturday, January 25 9 O'clock a. m. y The store room of F. E. Adams & Co. in Knox City is closed to remain closed until Saturday, January 25 at 9 a. m., at which date the doors will be thrown open to the people of Knox and surrounding counties on a scene of ruth- less sacrifice of high-grade merchandise, such as never before been equaled in the history of Knox county. : : : $ 18,000 Stock of Clean, Seasonable, High Grade M'd'se to be distributed into the homes of the people tor ten days at prices far below manufacturer's cost and in many instan- ces below the cost of the raw materials. We are not going to enter into lengthy details, but come out with the issue direct. It requires moral courage to confess it, but we are forced to raise a large sum of money within the next 10 days, and we do not hesitate to make enormous sacrifices throughout our entire stock in order to gain this end. Necessity knows no law....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 24 January 1908

Jh£ ■fr; - -*k-Ú v . 'f «i? ■ ■' imn iu 'iijll 7 // O .%* tf .|f mpfOMVW ? ..* «vm mmmmmmm . . . ! V ..w ..- We are still at it. At what? Making the best\&ddles and harness in Texas for the Money. We want to thank our many friends and cust >mers for their good will and patronage in the past and also to ask for a continuance as we shall try to merit it qnd Harness New Year is Coming V* And you will want some new leather goods or a good winter Lap Robe. Our shop is the place to get it. See the last shipment of lap robes. They are beauties and we got them cheap. Full line of "PLOWGAER" and we will sell it right. Remember we guarantee our goods and mean what we say. Make pur shop headquarters. Good shoe shop in connection...... Pettys Saddle and Harness Shop :<gs@s€s^Kse«GKiHsee£Gfieef€@G£e^3^s@GG6^€£«égs at ra^TJ PROFESSIONAL CA f '} Í '<i isMi Drs. Gibner & Pope. Off i: hovra 10 to 12 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. m. Upatcirs in Jens' i ;, rt< r r i2 and 3. Resident 'Phcr.c ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 24 January 1908

I 1 11 ' II WW'IUWI katadMiesA Sost-xi?. awwMu " THE FURNITURE MAN f i ••"•'■% Every Woman is proud of a Husband who buys some of the BEAUTIFUL FURNITURE of "PATE," "THE FURNITURE MAN" 1 We have all the new up-to-date Suites, Rockers, Iron Beds, bprings, Mattresses, ft Window hades, Linoleum, Mattings, Cabinets, Upright Beds. In fact we have II everything in the Furniture line. £ FURNITURE AND UN- DERTAKERS SUPPLIES 0 JOE PA TE Your Attention Please. The O. K. Chop House, form- erly run by Mr. E. C Ship, wi'l in the future be conducted by R. T. Turner & Bro. Both being experienced cook we feel no hesitation injnviting the publi0 to give us your patronage. And -we feel sure that if you once give s a call you will come again. We will set a regular meal at dinner for 25c, and short order for breakfast and suprer, and at all hours we will be ready to serv* you. We will have fish and oys- ters to arrive Tuesdays and Fri- days. We also keep constantly on hand fresh chilli, pies, etc. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 24 January 1908

v* >/ •i Í\ 3w,v BHshJrií >ipf< ffl&wfrr '•■ * TO#; KNOX -COUNTY NEWS. Lee Sattcrwhite. Editor IÜBUH TD EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, JAN. 24, 1907. filtered as second Yoxas, under the X 1879. class matter at Knox City, act of Congress o? March, SUBSCRIPTION. One Year, Months Three Months $1.00 50c 25c It is important that you .(Text Friday is your last day. pay your poll tax •£he Fort Worth Record of las* Sunday was a <4dandy" and a review of its columns indicates groftperity ;ind happiness around the Panther city Men do and, will differ in opinions in matters political, but wh'-n these opinions are honest let Hp be generous enough to accord the other fellow Che same privilege that we take for ourselves. You may want to vote against some candi- date as bad as you will want to vote for some can- didate; but what good will it do you unless you bave your'poll tax and what good will your poll ¿áp do you unless you pay it before next Friday tffehfe. ' am The cotton market has be...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 24 January 1908

5000 .i oisei arc Posts. 15c Cheaper in 500 Lots ' Wm. CAMERON & CO., Inc. :;irje*.,ionr,,irrsn-vir iwacoKimwi' -*r •d Witch ¡y r«con> IJold by .v . - looking out ¡11 ,-j Jua^Uy Local Gossip. Jihn Johnson of near I.Iunjav was looking after business mus- ters here Tuesday. Joe Fox is assisting: in th< Ezell drug store th:a week dur- ing Mr. Ezeil's absence. DeWitt's Little Early Risoi't are the best pills - known, üoiu by Ezell Bros Rupert Stephens a .d Cec I Fox were looking after the 'phone line in Camay Tuesday, J. Á. Hammock is putting the finishing touches om his pre;ty new residence east of the school block. DeW.tt's C:< "j . Haze". Sa'v 1 is o ,-oec me: ded ' r piles. E~¡?!i Broii Bonhum An vrson after his iwi. the or liespie c >:<i u ui afternoon. Tom Ham, . p. . or' -.i.llespie's sturdy young armer.?. was in town Monday and sub:..;¡red for the News. Rev. R. G. M. Eiland of Mun- day and formerly pastor of the Bapti-t church here, was in the city Saturday me...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 24 January 1908

*? IE - FARM NEWS AND VIEWsl Caor—-ao oebsoh Spring Gardening. To the Editor of the Port Worth Res- ' Ajslc, Texas, Jan. 8. —To thoae Who are beginners and inexper- ienced in gardening: As spring is advancing upon ■r, it behooves us to be up and stirring so as to take advantage Cf an early start in order to ■utke gardening a success. If ^'farmers in different neighbor- hoods make as many failures as my neighbors do, and always ftave done in the many different •íes I have lived in, then if they Will heed, certainly need a little advice in gardening. And here at once 1 want to my for the labor and money ex- • fended there is nothing on the ibrm which pays more, in three different ways—healui, wealth fltld satisfaction—for vegetables Sfrve many a doctor bill as there fc in each vegetable a medicinal quality which farmers should Hake thf mselves familiar with. Mustard, turnip topB and others Which are generally used for boiled greens, as coimnomy called, are a good alterative and Iver m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 7 February 1908

— "-W J. JiÍ3P"^ THE KNOX ;'f NEWS. ■■• ■■• ■■ Vol. 4. W> MKACH 1>tK «©H.* AN OU* W-51 KNOX CITY, KNOX CpU 5! BUILDING ERA % Knox, City Bordering on a Building Era That Looks Good. Read This. A SOME FINE BINDINGS Besides the $16,000 School Build- ing Some Handsome Resi- dences on Program We are in possession of infor- i'ormation that warrants us in stating that Knox City is bor- dering oh a building era that, will necessitate the investing of many thousand dollars in labor and building material during the coming spring and summer. Building material for the new $16,000 school building is being unloaded on the building site and next week Contractor Williama and his large force of help will begin laying the foundation and work ¥(¡11 be pushed until the building is completed. This building is going to be one of th'i most complete and handsome public school buildings to be foundjin the Great West. The board of trustees are among our most enterprising citizens and we can rely upon K...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 7 February 1908

f 4 CLEARANCE i / V f t J > t ' r«t a who r We have passed a very profitable season iaá our line and our success ha&jbeen more gratifying than we had expected. We opened our doors to rite public last> August with^jan entirely new line of Clothing, Shoes and n everything exclusive and we have made a showing of which we are proud ana we are very thank* ful to our friends and customers for their loyal support and generous patronage. In handling *an ex- clusive line we are in a position to serve the public to better advantage, we cafit give you better goods and l^st but not least we can give, you better values for the same money than "cari bfe obtained else- where. We do not have to mark our goods up 100 per cent and then reduce'the same 50 per cent in order to convince the trading public that we have somethiiig to give them for nothing, nor have we anything to sell for less than faetory cost, nor do We offer to seü the finished product for less than the cost of raw materials ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 7 February 1908

f i í & r & * 3 íox KNOX COUNTY NEWS. Lee Satterwhite, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, FEB. 7, 1907. Entered as seeond class matter at Knox City, Texas, under the act of Congress of March, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION. Cne Year, Six Months T hree Months $1.00 50c 25c Thaw successfully evaded the electric chair by playing crazy, but now he must play sensible to escape the asylum. The ground hog has returned to his den for another thirty days, but the candidates have as- sumed a spring-like smile any way. Judge Morgan is to have opposition in his race for District Judge in the person of Attorney Roy Kenan of Seymour. f Some people are so mean themselves that they actually believe that every other man in the world is a thief and a scoundrel. May God have mercy upon such swiveled-up souls. The "Big Stick" has been stirring up nets nest among the big politicians in the licfcn party during the past week. The Presi loves a real bear dance and occasionally u j to see the fun. THE BANK...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 7 February 1908

-í-i.'lg—... — -I. y** *rf. j *y — ij i.ri. i f I m 11 m § iw ' m ' w ■ I la • m *1 i JK j#i J ft- ' ii* i p vi ■ iM fv Mr-* r. .11 " FARM NEWS AND VIEWS i *aoi—!—ao '^1 warehouse system and become h me ace to the Farmers' Union. During the year 1908, we mu¿t push our warehouse system into every nook and corner of Texas, with the most insistent urgir g that he was persuale 1 ri foreg¡ his labors for a time and to take a needed rest. P y agreement of the attorneys I reiideic. ft eii ■ Addr *e Farmers' Union Members. Ft. Worth, Tex., Jan. 13. To the Members of Texas: The year 1908 presents great *nc* never stop until ample means the damage suit ponding against i Abilities for he Farmers' ire provided to take care of very th# union, will n >st on<v\ un- t' M . \vr Hi phyai- The work of organization must cían declares cnat ne is in no not lag. It should be the ambi- condition to suiiu tae ¿iraní t.!on of every union man to see a wJucn tne trial wouid unpo&e at healthy progress...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 7 February 1908

T You Going Right? If you are using Jno. Deere and Moline Stalk Cutters, Gang and Sulkey Plows, Disc Seeders and Lister Planters Yon Are Going Right We have all of these implements to sell and not to keep and now is the time to prepare your ground for a bumper crop in 1908. Our stock of shelf and heavy hardware is complete at all times. Don't forget to put Poultry netting around your garden. A Complete and Up-to-date stock of Furniture ¿8 Undertakers. at Rock Botiom Prices for Cash Quality considered our prices are the lowest. arrnsrre tumm* \mWBL Gillespie Gossip. [Delayed.] A large crowd from here at- tended singing at Cliff Sunday afternoon. J. B. Jones has bought 80 acres of land from Ab Stephens. W. R. Moore and Al White are •pend'ng a couple of days across the river hunt ng. Lee Faulkner and Will Srpith are candidates for road overseer. Clyde Jones was mighty late getting in home Sunday night, he had to walk so far. Alvin and Clarence Rawlings were out by themselves the oth- e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 7 February 1908

■ -i 1V 'V '• 'I Have you Land and Stock for Sale? / :or Wish Stock? If so see me and let me know your wants and let me advertise it. :: :: :: I will sell on commission and if no sale is made there will be no charge for advertís- |Vt/W •• •• •• •• •• •• 111^ • •• •• •• • • •• •• I IS $. I Si S\ w-ífv* -i: r Sh* ee Satterwhite CITY, TEXAS it? ■ Í¿¡¿ •■í l' A I , << I'm' ñ wf íV u- "4 f"S i sv< ; :a m-.¿ " \ } fc::X"A<\ "ú.. >-:S yfe>.. Jm : Union Gróvé Items. Airal Lea, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Latin Lea, passed from this world at 2 o'clock Sunday morning, Feb 2nd. We extend sympathy to the bereaved fam- ily. The deceased w<is one of ■our most promising young men and had a bright future before him. ' Addie May, the little daughter *of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mayo, has been right sick the past week. The Literary Society in the Grove school met last Friday. All the pupils showed a great in- terest in the work assigned them. The society will meet again Friday, Feb. 14th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 7 February 1908

í i E ' •>J * rr«r wic tc\ rtr* <JU ;; o v 1 • •. .w ^ • i, ft.l t ♦ r í\ **> & *'■■■ -4h, * ai i «i i. ni > , . • ,v T*v". ~Wl • p "** k-C" ii ■ "(T * *. 9 V ' , .?• J- « 1 .'k ■■ úf' , - fci3 :. i • * ^ f t' • - ' 'j v>1 St- MÍ xx Dry Goods, Shoes and all kinds of Groceries arid át all tithes we carry 4 full and replete stock of feed, such as chops, bran ánd other feed stuffs We handle the famous Gilt Edge Kansas flour, the best ori the earth for the money. We want your trade, give us a call.' It is a pleas- ure for us to show our goods even if you don't buy. Phone us1 ¡your orders, we assure you prompt delivery. **■ r • * •* r ^ Yours for business, 1 FARMERS T7Í Orient Store. Drug DR. IRA J. CULVER, Prop. SCHOOL BOOKS. * •* We will try to always have a full line of school books on hand ALSO DRUGS, MEDICINES AND SUNDRIES. # 1 D ANNOUNCEMENTS. Fir BMrict Judge- (50th District, composed of Baylor, Knox, King, Cottle, Motley, Crosby, and Diekena eountiea.) J. If. M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 7 February 1908

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 14 February 1908

| w _ — • t- + Jf'T" r ' •• mm- . , , r.. . •*. n_ , w >% THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. P OP'R. Vol. 4. WE REACH THE PEOPLE AND OUR MOTTO 19: KNOX CITY FIRST. THE WORLD AFTERWARD." KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEB. 14, 1908. SUBSCRIPTION SI A YKAR. NO. 4 GREAT. FUTURE Knox Cily and Knox Prairie in Line for Great Things. ELECTRIC RAILROAD Farmers •< Can lo Provided with Electric Lights for Hoces. One can hardly imagine what great things the future holds in store for Knox City'and the famous Knox prairie. Surround- ing our town l re thousands and thousands of acres of rich agri- cultural lands adapted to the growing of cotton, corn, wheat, oats, maize, kafir corn, sorghum, fruits and vegetables of all kinds and a country where the farmer can malee for himself and family a veritable paradise. And peo- ple away from here are rapidly finding* this out and are fast fill- ing up our vacant lands. In a very few years every 80 acres or quarter.stction on this prai- rie will have a go...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 14 February 1908

tummá HI S & ¥ IE f f; /• WE HAVE WHAT YOU WANT we a n Dry Goods, Shoes and all kinds of Groceries and at all times carry a full and replete stock of feed, such as chops, bran and other feed stuff. We handle the famous Gilt Edge Kansas flour, the best on the earth for the money. We want your trade, give us a call. It is a pleas- ure for us to show our goods even if you don't buy. Phone us your orders, we assure .you prompt delivery. Yours for business, ERS SUPPLY COMPANY H. C. King of Throckmorton was here this week in search of feed on which to make a crop. He stated that most of the farm- ers of his community had pur- chased corn in JK119X and Haskell counties this last fall and win- ter.— Munday Times. Capt. Goree of near Knox City passed through the city Sunday evening on his return from at- tending a meeting ol the Goree townsite company, of which he is a member. - Munday Times. L. N. Cantrell, who has re- cently purchased the 200 acre farm of N. L. Newson, north of town, h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 14 February 1908

* ■■ '.T-*-- ' >'."i.;#.'.* '*4A3toi!*'.' #>•'* ■" • V ,t tíW .1 •- •' •' • ,-. a:< A re You Going Right? If you are using Jno. Deere and Moline Stalk Cutters, Gang and Sulkey Plows, Disc Seeders and Lister Planters .* ; You Are Going Right We have all of these implements to sell and not to keep and now is the time to prepare your ground for a bumper crop in 1908. Our stock of shelf and heavy hardware is complete at all times. Don't forget to put Poultry netting around your garden. A Complete and Up-to-date stock of Furniture Undertakers. at Rock Bottom Prices for Cash Quality considered our prices are the lowest. West Texas Supply Co, -rr- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Drs. Gibner a Pope. Offie hovra 10 to 12 a. m. mnd 2 to 4 p. m. Upstairs in Jana' building, rooma I, 2 and 3. Reaidant 'Phona Noa. 31 and 8. Offie 'Phon No. 28 The latest improved medical appliances for fareatinc diseases, such as X-Ray, etc. The Knox County Consolidated Abstract Company, Inc. Capital Stock $5,000 pai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 14 February 1908

SB? Bfc ám \i V 5s V ti I 1! 17 j I i II ft V í ¿t> . \ 'I KNOX COUNTY NEWS LEE SATTERWHITE, Editor. Published Every Friday Evening. FRlbAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1908. Entered as second class matter at Knox City, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Year $1.00 Spt MoNTks 50 Three Months 25 Invariably Cash in Advance. CONGRESS AND THE ANTI- BUCKET SHOP. Frank H. Bushick, the Fort Worch Record's special corres- pondent in Washington sends to the Record the following com- munication: Whatever effect the President special message may have upon the passage of measures which he approves, his forceful treat- ment of the subject of gambling in stocks and agricultural prod- ucts has given great comfort to members of congress who have introduced bills on this subject. That there is a vigorous popu- lar sentiment back of these measures, the mail of several congressman will testify. There is a determined and resentful feeling t^roghout the country today against the man...

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