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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 19 June 1908

.fur:: Notice: To the people of Knox City, and surrounding country I have opened a Real Estate and Insurance business at this place and will appreciate any biisiiu ss you may give me. This is the time of the year to list your property for quick sales. At present you will find me at the News office. : : : : : : : J. H. Atterbury I Building Materials. Cotton Ware House Knox City Wm. Cantley. H indies a general line of up- to-date dry goods and groceries. Mr. C nticy came into the Mer- cantile business with the ripest experience gathered from many fields of the closest competition gathered from thirty years ex- perience. Mr. Cantley exercises great care in buvmg his goods and his judicious buying enables him to put on the market for the benefit of his customers the the higest grade of goods at re markably low figures. He has a good trade and has been a mov ing factor in building Knox City. His faith in the town and its fu- ture has prompted him to go his limit in its favor and the resu...

Publication Title: Knox County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 19 June 1908

I ONE YEAR AGO WE ORGANIZED THIS STOCK COMPANY IMandise Business. 1 mi f i c- ' I 'v J BXI r*. ■> ■' c**' r - OUR MOTTO IS: " To do unto others as we would have them to do unto us." We want to thank the people for their patronage in the past and solicit their future business. With your assistance we intend to make K Ü ■ .> f.• i • •••• " i * < i . The Knox City Mercantile Company the largest mercantile business in the West and it will be our special effort to make each succeeding year better than the past. We are proud of our success and rejoice with you in your success, and you will find that by your assistance the Knox City Mercantile Co. will be in a position to assist you. We intend to create a market for every kind of country pro- duce, and as soon as the Orient railroad is completed through to Kansas City, we will be in touch with the largest buyers in the country. We want to thank you again for your lib- eral patronage, and assure you that we will appreciate your fut...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 19 June 1908

■ ii pul fm ii ■ ■ i ■■■ - ' w* p ; irá* G. E. BAILEY, ,58 S DENTIST Office over Farmers State Bank I do all kinds of up-to-date work, such as Bridge, Crown, Plates and Fillings. wares In marketing your grain do not forget that 1 al- ways keep in close touch with the millers and can afford to pay the highest market price at all times. I am not in the market one day and out the other but am here to stay. Your patronage the last sea- son was highly appreci- ated, and 1 assure you; whatever you may see fit to give me [this year will be just as greatly appreciated. S. Edwards The City Meat Market. This was the first market to be set up in Knox City. At present it is tlie only market in the town and is doing a nice bue- iness. Messrs Jones and Shipp are the proprietors. They fully understand the cutting of meats andaré serving the buying pub- lic well. They have both lived in Knox City for some time and we could say nothing but good things about them. They are both able business men and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 19 June 1908

t r £ í I I 1 9 11 I I 1 I vl I I ' I i! I l IÍ fe Summer - Straw - //ate We have the most complete line of hats and at prices that are certainly interesting Mens large farmer straw hats inn while they last Boys every day straw hats Cp while they last 3" All of our flannel 'hats going gjjg Mens Balbrigan underwear, Qtp here is one to notice SUMMER DRESS GOODS Full line of Lodi lawns all co- C- lors at A fine line of Swiss lawns nice range of paterns all colors *1Cn at 12 1-2 and Wt A nice line of fancy and solid OCr colors in voiles at OOl* Silk Hulls, look like hand CA/ painted at eJl/C Our ¡Summer line of Beige calicoes at Ladies white belts from 15c up. Ladies collars, a large and ex- treemly pretty line to select from 25c up Mens pin checked summer QKp wash pants with belts OtfC Mens &oft collar shirts, ÚJ1 OpT all beauties and the best Remember our bargains in clothing still hold good and we are handing them out in bunches. : - : - : - : _ - : All of our Ladies Ready Trimme...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 19 June 1908

1 o j The Murder of High Price, Killed by Hard Times. Having been here with you for four years in the mercantile business I wish to thank my many friends and customers for their past favors.- I am now putting my entire stock of Dry Goods on sale at a CUT PRICE, as I am closing out my dry goods but will carry a GOOD LINE of GROCERIES. HERE ARE SOME OF MY PRICES: Men s and boys Suits at cost. All Dry Goods at cut prices. Shoes from 50c to $1.00 off. 8 oz. Ducking at I 1c Hats from 50c to $ 1.00 off. jbVM. CANTLEY, The Dry Goods and Grocery Man^ W.L WHITE and SON THE UP xTO DATE GROCERY PEOPLE. We carry a nice clean line of fresh grocer- ies an^fldl them as cheap a^he cheap- est. When buying from us you get what you pay for. If we sell you a thing you are sure to get what you buy. Our flour is the best. We car- ry a full line of can- ed goods, confection- ery, tobaccoes etc. Bring us your coun- try produce. When in town call and see us Junior Epworth League. Last Sunday afternoon we or...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 19 June 1908

• -_i«n~ j|% <f •" ji I t n I I I fi I .4 II ii w. I I M II | f 1 11 * / Home What Is a Home? • « How to Make a Happy Home. Paper the old house and get a new set of furniture, with mattress and springs. A few rocking chairs, and the windows need some new shades. The floor must have matting, art squares or linoleum. The dining room needs a nice table, a set of dishes, with six or a dozen chairs, and side board. LAST but not LEAST, the guest room needs a folding bed or an iron bed, with center table and toilet set. Or steel couch and sewing machine, with a nice princess dresser. FOR ANYTHING IN THE FURNITURE LINE, SEE Joe Pets, OsrJsr in First-class Furniture and Undetakers' Goods, KNOX CJTY, TEXAS. JOE Knox ;></ r: g 01 KNOX COUNTY NEWS E. B. ATTER3URY, Jr., Editor. -¡ : Published Evry Friday Evening. _4 FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1908. ~ —i _ Entered as second class matter at Knok City, under the act of Congress oi March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Yeak $1.00 Invariably Cash in ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 19 June 1908

Let Me Sell Your Land I have located in Knox City and have established a real estate business and prepared to dispose of your lands. Knox County lands are as good or better than in any other section of the State. The growing crops at the present time are proof of this assertion. If you have land for sale, place it with me and I will find a buyer. If you wish to buy a farm see me and I will find you a farm ar.d guarantee any investment in Knox County dirt. J. H. Atterbury, Knox City, Texas Local Happenings ings ¿ A Big Dance. There was a big dance at the eld skating rink building last night. The promoters being Messrs Rogeres, Bennett and Atterbury. Ere the hour of 10 had come the floor was covered with some of the most graceful dancers West Texas can boast and all of a jolly disposition. The evening pleasantly passed away, all seeming to have had the time of their life. Those present, nearly all of which took part in the dancing, were Messrs and Misses Reeder and Canticy. Bennett an...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 19 June 1908

i: 1 h j m i i a i V f THE J. C. WOOLDBIDOE LUMBER GOMPANY 1 JUL. • Do you Contemplate Building a Home? We are headquarters for all the different materials used in the construction of a nice home, or for any other building purposes, and would like to figure on the bill for you and fill your order, feeling con- fident than we can save you money on same. JUL Garry in Stock, LUMBER, SHINGLES, PAINT, FENGIN6, ETC. KNOX CITY, TEXAS. Ezell Bros. PHARMACISTS C. L. EZELL Knox City J. w. EZPLL Hamlin * Houses at Knox City and Hamlin, Texas. We are prepared to take care of your drug business in a very satis- factory way. We are continually adding to our prescrip- tion department and we now have one of the most complete stock of drugs in this part of the state. Bring us your prescription and try us. We have all of the leading drinks in the fountain line. Can serve you pure lee Cream made in the rear of our store. .Come in and try our Cream Soda, Glass- ade, Lime-ade, Soda Water, and all the po...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 19 June 1908

DAYS REUNION Knox City will put on her "glad rags" and entertain all who will come. If you have never attended one of our four days' reunions, you have missed something and don't know how well KNOX CITY, The Greatest City In West Texas. Can Entertain. Now wé must have you as OUR GUEST during our big 4 day reunion. Come and bring the whole family and get a plum from the pudding. The biggest thing in the way of a FUN SHOW ever held in West Texas. FOLLOWING IS SOME OF THE FUN: THE BIG BALLOON man will be here and go up each day one and one-half miles high, and drop in his parachute, a sight alone worth travelling 100 miles to see. O HORSE RACES. Now of all things, ahorse race will make a Texan's heart go "piti-pat." We are going to have some good ones, so if you have a good horse bring it along and we will make you a match with some money tied to it. If you want to know anything about the races, see Jno. Woods or Dave Wheeler. BALL GAMES. We have a team that is the "crackerjack'' team ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 19 June 1908

f it'.: MR 1 ST i Beginning Saturday, June 27th, ^ ■eeeiei™^ We will inaugurate the greatest Bargain Sale ever pulled off in West Texas.- We don't want anybody to come to this sale expecting to be humbugged, for this will be our home for the future and what we want is the confidence of the people. One year ago we put on a sale and every customer who came in our house said we sold exactly as we advertised. We bought a $20,000 stock of Dry Goods and Groceries at a big discount and we intend to give the people the benefit of these bargains. Watch for our circular as the prices will be worth something to you. Our space is too small to give you prices in this issue. We do not put on many sales but when we do, it will count. There will be 5000 pairs of shoes and slippers in this sale and they must go regardless of their cost. DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, FURNISHINGS, MILLINERY and all kinds of GROCERIES will have the prices cut to the hilt. We will not reserve anything during this sale. In point ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 19 June 1908

r mogarty brothers, A SUIT for every form. \ SHIRT for every back. A HAT for every head. A SHOE for every foot. ii Ift Y MEN'S and BOYS' Outfitters Dispensers of High Art Clothing, The Kind that Gentlemen Wear, We are clothing brokers, dealers in dependable clothes, that fit well, wear well, and look well* Have all the dash and style, are up-to-date, and cost no more than the just as good kind. We are arranging to put in the largest stock of clothing ever brought to this section of the state, embracing a wide range of patterns, fabrics fully warranted, and every garment designed exclus- ively for us. Progress is our watchword. Nothing succeeds like success. Nothing so good as good clothes. Nothing too good for our customers. A suit for every form. * RANGE IN PRICE FROM $10.00 UP TO $35.00 í Shoes! Shoes! We are exclusive agents for the celebrated Walk-Over Shoes, and for the money they are the best shoes on the American market today. Form-fitting and guaranteed to give satisfaction ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 19 June 1908

tftc?. n m JSS - -j ¡\r *' : **'.& mJKMm I5D I- I I '■ ;' I 9 I «§• j^Ql 9 WAGON YARD AND FEED STUFFS ° ♦ i* I have the best wagon yard in West Texas. I am prepared to take care. of your teams at all times. I also do a general retail feed business and I always have in stock anything you may want in this line. When you at- tend^i^bi^eunioij^cal^an^se^ne^^^ffl^^^are^of^l^oíií^íS—i C. C. CARG1LL, Knox City, Texas. ' ' WBmMí. Wrfmi :W< «S?. ,. c/ n f ft M « . * iiímr •• ""uM v jjjl < WK7 ftiSlbiNiE KfuG* CtT\ T£iU\S W. M. Sandifer. The Real Estate man It is a pleasure to speak of a man like Mr. Sandifer. It is unnecessary to introduce him to the people of this country, for he is known by more people in and around Knox county than any one we can think of. He is a big hearted public spirited man, having come here from Cleburn some three years since, and since he ñrst arrived in our midst he has been identified with every public en- terprise that has been started and in fact he h...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 19 June 1908

\ ^gl^^^y^6íesmmsssssmmmmíímíe^smrAiessmmm!ff/Á6B^mmsssBmsíBmmiííís& ABILITY OUR COURTESY FOUR CARDINAL POINTS STABILITY ARE PROMPTNESS Get Into Close Touch With Your Financial Affairs! I # a YOU CAN DO THIS EASILY. The First Bank The First Bank Start a checking account with us. Deposit what money you have and issue a check for every obligation. You will find us anxious to serve you and ready to extend any courtesies consistent with aound banking. OFFICERS: G. R. COUCH, President E. C. COUCH, Cashier C. A. BENEDICT, Vice-President J. A. WILSON, Asst. Cashier S DIRECTORS: X W. A. Bt ttis, M. A. Lowrey, R. L. Johnson, C. A. Benedict, Q. R. Couch, Q. P. Gibner, Sam Anderson, J. A. Wilson, E. C. Couch Wk The way we farm around Knox City. Eight cultivators at work near town. Pknk. At Goree, Knox county, Texas, Thursday and Friday, July 9th and 10th. The W. O. W. Camp No. 1730, Goree, will have their first annual picnic in July. Ar- rangements are being made for a splendid program eac...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 19 June 1908

i / éMiM m ! i 5 7 I' I ;-'••• ,|g - " DAYS' Come to Knox City During le Oil Settlers' Reunion July 1, Z, 3 and 4 Our enterprising citi- zens have spared no ex- pense to give the people who come a good time. There will be nothing but fun for four whole days. While in Knox City drop into the Farmers* State Bank, in the red brick Wit ■v; m '"S:* ■ V : building south side. We will be pleased to meet our farmer friends and all who come. Our offi- ces are at your disposal, you are welcome, and we want you to feel at home while you are here. Make this your banking home. The Farmers State Bank OF KNOX CITY L 30 Ol y OUR CROPS OF TO-DAY Wheat, Oats, Corn, Cot- ton, Vegetables, Etc. Never before in the history of the whole state has crops been more promising1 than they are at present around Knox City. There is now being cut and thrashed one of the largest and finest wheat and oat crops this country has overproduced. We can go a few rr'les in most any direction from town and see thousands and...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 19 June 1908

TTY'S Saddle and Harness Shop, « ? KNOX CITYp TEXAS COLLAR PADS, FLY NETS, LAP DU5TERS, SADDLE BLANKETS, ALL KIND OF COLLARS, BUGGY WHIPS, HAMES and CHAINS, BACK BANDS, We make the best harness and saddles in Texas for the money. If we sell you a set of harness, saddle, bridle, or anything we make, and it is not just what we represent it to be we will make it good. You who have given us such liberal patron- age know that this is a fact. STIRRUPS and GIRTHS, SHOP MADE SPURS, QUIRTS, SHOP HADE BITS, NAVAJO SADDLE BLANKETS, COLT and CALF WEANERS, Of HARNESS BUGGY HARINE88. i We can sell you good shop-made buggy har- ness at less than you can buy a cheap, shoddy, fac- tory-made harness, and we guarantee every piece. WAGON HARNESS. We set the price on wagon harness, for we do all the work, make it here at Knox City, and can and do sell wagon harness for less than anybody. Don't forget us when in need of wagon harness of any kind. SADDLES. We make any kind of a saddle you want, at any pri...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 19 June 1908

1 . m ;\*¡L 1 ¡J II We cany Binders, Mowers and Rakes. Also Windmills and Pump- ing Supplies. - J. E CLARKE - DEALER IN Hardware - and - Implements In fact anything in the Hardware and Implement line. We make a specialty of the McCormic Row Binder. It has no equal and this is proven by the number in use around Knox City. - ,f We also carry in stock the Famous Buck Cook Stoves. It is of the best quality and has a world wide reputation as there are more of them in use today than that of all other makes. Our line of Shelf Hardware is complete and the best grade mo- ney can buy. A nice line of Washing Machines, Corn Shelters, Guns and Amunition, lee Cream Freezers, etc. : : : : When you attend the Big Reunion call and let us show you the many improvements our goods possess over those of other brads. - Knox J. E. CLARKE j I. it / r ■ > _ tí •" S • ■ MWBÍ The Farmers State Bank. This Bank with R. W. Warren as President is doing a nice bus- iness. llr. Warren came to Knox City when the ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 19 June 1908

Use Summer Goods and Keep Cool! YOU WILL FIND AT OUR STORE: Refrigerators, Hammocks, Lap Robes, lee Picks, Screen Cloth* Garden Hose, FURNITURE We are making some low down prices on Iron Beds, Wardrobes, etc. Come to see us if you need furniture. We are cleaning up and making room for another car. DEERIN6 SISAL TWINE, the Kind that Binds. Freezers, Water Coolers, Croquet Sets, Fly Nets, lee Chissels, Sprinklers, $ We want to sell you that new buggy, and if you consider quality and price, we will get your business. Our Line of General Hardware Is Complete Undertakers and Undertakers' Supplies. Tin and Tank Work a Specialty. West Texas Supply Co. General Directory STATE OFFICERS Governor—T M Campbell. Lieut-Gov—A B Davidson. Attorney General—R V Davidson. Comptroller—J w Stephens. Treasurer—Sam Sparks. Com Land Office—J J Terrell. Supt Pub In's't—R B Cousins. Railroad Commissioners— Allison Mayfield, chairman, L J Storey and O C olquit. DISTRICT COURT. Judge 50th Judicial District—J M...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 19 June 1908

/Z.N. HURRAH FOR KNOX CITY! During the Four Days Reunion REMEMBER THE BIG CASH STORE. ft If you are one of our many customers we want you to get some of these J 8 carat bargains, you are not, read these prices and become one at once, for you Jose money if you don't. If Lodi lawn, all you want 5c India linens, better than most stores' 15 cent grade, at 10c Famous Beige calico 05c 4-4 full pearl bleach sheeting, sold every- where at 10c, only 7 l-2c 4 1-2 lb. brown sheeting 7 l-2c Turkey red table damask 23c 60-inch bleached linen, worth 50c 25c Good old style granite shirtings, worth 10c the world over, at 7 l-2c Heavv stripe cottonade for pants, sold every- where at 27 l-2c, only 20c Birdseye toweling at 05c Heavy taffeta silk, full yard wide, guaranteed pure. Sold everywhere at $1.50, only— 1 00 A line of Hohairs, Henriettas, Panamas and Sicilians sold at 75c, only 49c 5ummer voiles, all colors md fancies 30c Standard apron checks and plain ginghams. .6 l-4c Ladies' summer waists, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 26 June 1908

TH HO HI IK X COUNTY NEWS. t0 v N( K CITY, KNOX COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 2f, 1908. NO. 23 We furnish the farmers money to gather in i, their crops. That's one of the things this bank was established for—to place money where it is needed to carry on the farm work in this commu- nity and make work plentiful and good times for all. You get goods cheaper when y4.11 pay CASH at the store than to ask for long credit, and when it comes to the question of accommodations, this bank meets every requirement within the limits ot safe and conservative banking. There is no bank anywhere that is so helpful to the farmers, as THE FARMERS STATE BANK, Knox City J. FRANK POTTS, Cashier. Big Meeting. The Baptist meeting will be- gin Friday night before the first Sunday in July. Services will be conducted by the pastor Rev. Coats, and he will be assisted by Rev. May of Munday and Rev. Tarrant of Godley. Come out and bring some one with you. Get your Mail Boxes at West Texas Supply Company. Notice. Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 26 June 1908

br V \ KNOX COUNTY NEWS E. B. ATTERBURY, Jr, Editor Published Brory Prtd / Eranlnf. r ■atared m «cobí-cIm mall matter at K°o« City. Texaa, andar the act of Vongreea 01 March «. W7¿ SUBSCRIPTION PRICK: One Tcir ••••!! INVARIABLY CASH IN ADVANCE KNOX CITY, • • • • TKXA8 IT 18 SECRETARY WRIQHT. TEXAS NEWS ITEM Friday at San Angelo the temper- ature was 109.5 degrees, the highest of the season. Thursday morning at 7 o'clock the measurements of the Trinity river at Dallas showed a stage of 26.5 feet. Henrv A. Cunningham, cashier of the John Deere Plow Co., at Dallas, died Thursay in St. Paul' Sanitar- ium. Wm. J. Bradley, foreman of the Tinners, at work on the Elk's arch at Dallas, was killed by falling from a scaffold one day recently. The Third United States Field Artillery passed through Austin Fri- day, en route from Fort Sam Hous- ton to Chickamauga, Ga. They are marching on foot. Miss McPherson, living near Itas- ca, accidentally shot herself with a rifle, Wednesday, which she had ...

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