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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 26 June 1908

TAFT AND SHERMAN THE i « WILLIAM H. TAFT. Chicago, June 20.—Friday Congress- man James S. Sherman, of New York, •was chosen as Vice Presidential can- didate and running mate of Secretary William H. Taft. The final session lasted less than two hours, adjourn- ment being taken at 11:47 a. m. The commitee to notify the candi- dates were officially promulgated. Sen- ator William Warner, of Missouri, Past Commander in Chief of the Grand Army of the Republic, being se- lected to head the delegation that will call upon Secretary Taft, and Senator J. C. Burrows, of Michigan, being placed at the head of the committee to notify Mr. Sherman. Before the convention assembled this morning It was practically cer- tain that the Vice Presidency would go to Mr. Sherman. A large number of States had Indorsed his candidacy in caucus and it spread like wildfire. The New York delegation solidly stood back of Mr. Sherman, and when the voting began there was a rush of delegates to fall into line, victory b...

Publication Title: Knox County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 26 June 1908

Me Sell Your i.a.i '*£• gj "V. .1 I f X a Í I 1 I 1 J 1r s fk i I ii I I I i I (I f M 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 and guarantee any investment in Knox County dirt. :1 H 1 Atterbury, Knox City *•>' ; —•'■•í.A-" í KNOX COUNTY NEWS E. B. ATTERBURY, Jr., Editor. Published Every Friday Evening. FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1908. Entered as second class matter at Knox City, under the act of Congress of March 3,1879. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Year $1.00 Invariably Cash in Advance. When you help your home pa- per you help your town and indi- rectly help yourself. Every one is interested in an item of local news. If you know of any local happening th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 26 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, I We want to sell you that new buggy, and if you consider quality and price, we will get your business. ° Oar Line of General Hardware Is Complete fill Undertakers and Undertakers' Supplies. Tin and Tank Work a Specialty. West Texas Supply Co, Drs. Gibner & Pope. Offie hours 10 to 12 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. m. Upstairs in Jans' bvilding, rocnr.s /, 2 and 3. Resident 'Phons Nos. 31 and 62. Offic 'Phon No. 28 The latest improved medical appliances for treating diseases, such as X-Ray, etc. D. A. LINDSEY, Notary Public. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The Knox County Consolidated Abstract Compa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 26 June 1908

V. fe f i I i V i' sUS i' i-mt* i |4| : .1 '1 ; I % m u til ' After suffering for seven years, this woman was restored to health by Lydla E. Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound* Bead her letter* Mrs. Sallie French, of Paucaunla, Ind. Ter., writes to Mrs. Finkham: " I had female troubles for «even years—was all run-down, and so ner- vous I could not do anything. The doctors treated me for different troubles but did me no good. While in this con* dition I wrote to Mrs. Pinkham for ad- vice and took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- table Compound, and I am now strong and well." FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For ham's . -w from root and herbs, standard remedy for female ills. f.nri has positively cured thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements, inflammation, ulcera- „__o Jndi^es- tion,dizziness,or nervous prostration. Why don't you try it ? Don't hesitate to write to Mrs. uuuvnimiui bmw • • J™" yOUT letter ineonfldence and advise you free. No woman ever regretted writing her, and because o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 26 June 1908

ALUM TO KILL INSECTS. Guaranteed to Drive Away Enemies el Domeetle Peace. Dissolve two pounds of alum In three Quarts of water. Let it remain over night until all alum Is dissolved. Then with a brush, apply boiling hot to joints or crevices in the closet or shelves where croton bugs, ants, cock- roaches, etc., Intrude; also Joints and crevices of bedsteadB, as bedbugs can- not live where this solution is ap- plied. To keep woolens and furs from moths ,be sure that none are in the article when put away; then take a piece of strong brown paper, with not a hole through which even a pin can enter. Put the article in it with sev- eral lumps of gum camphor between the folds; place this In a closed box. Cover every joint with paper. A piece of cotton cloth, if thick and firm, will an- swer. Russian leather, tobacco leaves, whole cloves, also are used to pre- serve furs or woolens from moths. Mice never get into trunks or draw- ers where gum camphor is placed. HOUSEHOLD HINT8. If pecan nuts...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 26 June 1908

% ism • n* I —————————— ^—————————— Summer - Straw - Hats We have the most complete line of hats and at prices that are certainly interesting Men# large^farmer straw hats in* while they last «Uu Boys every day straw hats e* while they last 3" All of our flannel hats going gQg Mens Balbrigan underwear, OCp here is one to notice *vli SUMMER DRESS GOODS Full li(ie of Lodi lawns all co- P lors at A fine line of Swiss lawns nice range of paterns all colors |C at 12 1-2 and IOC A nice line of fancy and solid OC^ cqlors in voiles at ODC Silk Hulls, look like hand painted at OUC 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 OJT/ wash pants with belts OOC Mens soft collar shirts, ÚJ-J ap all beauties and the best «P A.^O Remember our bargains in clothing still hold good and we are handing them out in bunches. i 11 I { I $! ; II i i | \ 11 it (i If $ fj ! 11 r I All of our ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 3 July 1908

r ¡"HE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. Vol. 4. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1908. NO. 24 •«BPS* t I ft mv?.f ¡i i ;* a - ** v V-'j (ii Gather In the Crop. We furnish the farmers money to gather in their crops. That's one of the things this bank was established for—to place money where it is needed i& carry on the farm work in this commu- nity and make work plentiful and good times for ali. Yea get goods cheaper when ytu pay CASH at the store than to ask for long credit, and when it comas to the question of accommodations, this \ \ hank-meets every requirement within the limits of safe and conservative banking. i Xfcere is no bank anywhere that is so fcélpful the farmers, as THE FARMERS STATE SANK, Knox City J. FRANK POTTS, Cashier. Big Meeting. Thc'B&ptis^ meeting will be- gin Friday night before the first Sunday in July. Services wiil be conducted by the pastor Rev. Coats, and he will be assisted hy Rev. May of Munday and Rev. Tarrant of Godley. Come <aut and bring s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 3 July 1908

WHERE SHE HAD THE BULGE. ü.: IJ ■I m ■ ! i f X ] w. I I I 1 I I I r i I I I t i Hi I f v. f t ¿ I Í |lr IS I - I 1 I £ ^ i Í W * ij <1 J Telephone Girl's Greet Opportunity to 0et Gloriously Even. "You know that red-headed cathlor that had the nenre to complain of mo to tho boas the other day," «aid the girl at the telephone desk, to a New York Times writer. "Well, I sot eren with him, all right He ain't married, hnt he's got a best girl. His father owns a shoe factory over In Jersey, and rich—my! Well, she called him up the other afternoon at her usual time. 'Is Mr. Smith there Y she aaks, In her most romantlcklst voice. 'Yes,' I answers, Just as honeylike as abe. 'It's his wife wants him, Isn't It?' Witb that Miss Qirl hung up with such a Jerk my ear hurt Smith goes around wondering why she does not call him up. Every time be dares he says to me: 'Has any one called me on the 'phone, Miss Limit?' And I look a8 in nocent as a kid and ahake my head 'No.' I tell you, ua telephone g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 3 July 1908

\KT e want to thank the people for their liberal patronage through our sale. We could not expect greater success and we want to say that you can always find what you want and at prices that are right at our store. We invite you all to make our store you home while in our city. Knox City Mercantile The fastest growing store in West Texas. P. & H. M. Society Church. of M. F. Why must there be a Women's Home Mission Society? There is a specific and special work of the church that is best suited i o the adminstration of woman's hands. No one realized this more palpably than did our pres- ident Lucinda B. Helen, when in 1886 she called the women of the church into service to help build parsonages on our frontiers. Since then different phases oí work have been added as God has led. The Women's Home Mission Society carries on city mission work at twenty-four different centers. There are Wesley Houses in Atlanta, Augusta, Dallas, Louisville, Mobile, Mem- phis, Nashville, St. Louis and K...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 3 July 1908

MHHI - . I 'í M ♦ 1 11 i ! M f ? «i £ 1 I Your BBK¿52E I have located in Knox City and have established a i eai estate business and prepared to dispose of your lands. Knox County lands are as good or better than m an> 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 and guarantee any investment nv Knox County dirt. ■* id k' •>5 Atterbury, Knox City, Tex KNOX COUNTY riEVt o E. B. ATTERBURY, Jr., Editor. •i,c atcoiding to our way of Published Every Fridsy. FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1908. Entered as second class matter at Knox City, under the act of Congress of March 3,1879. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Year $1.00 Invariably Cash in Advance. For Sale. th'nking. And postmasteas are Best farms in this section. . c n-^elled to t.:ke more than right prices, also most desirabh twenty-five pennies at one time, building lots in t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 3 July 1908

'3BMB!!^^^B5eaa aBgBaBBBBBB 3a ^a 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. DEERING 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. Out Line of General Hardware Is Complete ÍÍ ú y I i 1 o Undertakers and Undertakers' Supplies. Tin and Tank Work a Specialty. I If o íí West Texas Co, Drs. Gibner & Pope. Offic hours 10 to 12 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. rr. L'pstctiis in Jans' bcilcir?, icin.s 1, 2 and 3. Resident 'Phons Nos. 31 and 62. Cffic 'Fhan No. 28 The latest improved medical appliances for treating diseases, such as X-Ray, etc. D. A. LINDSEY. Notary Public. The Knox Coun...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 3 July 1908

L V: W >1 I I II i r mm i j I I j i in r .I f 1 CARIYLE'S LONG CLAY PIPES Chott • M«w On* I vary Evening far HI* Chimnty Corner ImoKi. If yon dropped in about or a little after seven o'clock you found Car- Ivle «nd Mrs. Carlyle at fea iu the ¿rawing room,, and were welcome to a cup yourself, with a slice of bread end Dutttr or biscuit—jam generally cn the table besides. If you were later you missed the iea, but had talk as long as you chose to stay, and might see Carlyle fill his pipe and smoke it once or twice in the course of nn evening, and even, if you were in his good graces and capable of communion with him in that particular, be in- wted to join him. His pipes, then and always, were long clays of Glas- gow make with green glazed tips for the mouth; his tobacco, if the same then ns it was nftprward, was of a strong and rather harsh kind which he called free smoking York River. The pipe he was using, and I think he took a new pipe every day or perhaps oftener from the stock ...

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

KNOX COUNTY NEWS B. B. ATTERBURY. Jr.. Editor Published Every Friday Erenlng. Entered u Mcond-olui mall matter at Knox City. Texaa, under the act oí Congresa ot March S, 1870. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Tear fi oo INVARIABLY CASH IN ADVAWCB KNOX CITY, .... TEXAS NEWS FROM OVER TEXAS Henry A. Cunningham, cashier of the John Deere Plow Co., at Dallas, died Thursday In St. Paul's Sanitarium at that place. Leon Godman, a traveling salesman of San Antonio had both his legs cut off Tuesday by falling beneath a mov- ing train. He will die. It is understood that the Katy shops over the entire system will be opened Monday. The Denison shops have be?n closed since May 15. At Hemphill, Tuesday night, the jailer was overpowered and six negroes taken from prison by a mob of over 200 white" citizens, and lia.iged to a tree. Secretary E. N. Daniel of the Busi- ness Club is in correspondence with George C. Hanford at Carbondale, 111. on the subject of a packing house for San Angelo. Eleven Mexicans of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 3 July 1908

Ki • i;t. í' vi ' ft! Mm ir vi i i 1$ ' i íl •nr*' I:víi'"ví¡ I wM WL Summer - j« w - We have the most complete line of hats and at prices that are certainly interesting Men# large farmer straw hats |fl0 while they last Boys every day straw hats while they last «« All of our flannel hats going gjjg Mens Balbrigan underwear, QCp here is one to notice ¿wu SUMMER DRESS GOODS Full line of Lodi lawns ail co= lors at A fine line of Swiss lawns nice range of paterns all colors | £ at 12 1=2 and IDC A nice line of fancy and solid colors in voiles at ODC Silk fluils, look like hand painted at Our Summer line of Beige ~ calicoes at Ladies white belts from 15c lip. Ladies collars, a large and ex= treemly pretty line to select from 25c up Mens pin checked summer wash pants with belts Mens soft collar shirts, ÚJ | Qr all beauties and the best «P A.¿SO 85c Remember our bargains in clothing still hold good and we are handing them out in bunches. All of our Ladies Ready Trimmed Hats at less than Wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 10 July 1908

THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. VoL 4. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, , FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1908. NO. 25 Rule or Ruin Party. Denver, July 5.—Colonel J. M. Guffeyctf Pennsylvania, who was yesterday attacked by Mr. Bryan in a speech at Lincoln, today issued the following: state- ment in ireply:: "In the course of his Fourth of July speech to twelve or fif- teen of the sixty-eight delegates from Pennsylvania, Mr. Bryan made certain explicit declara- tions. He ^charged that the Pennsylvania ^delegation was taken from him by 'conspiracy' ag vxst the expressed wish of th great majority of the Demo- cr ic voters. This staterr.ent is alse. The state convention voted down a resolution indors- ing liis candidacy by a substan- tial majority and there is no ba- sis for Mr. Bryan's assumption that the members of the conven- tion did not accurately represent the voters who had elected these delegates. Mr.. Bryan personally forced the issue before the peo- ple when, in flat contradiction of his boasted policy of noni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 10 July 1908

fe 1 M 4M-*' i '•« mi i I rf^is • i|(;V « KNOX COUNTY NEWS L B. ATTESBURY, Jr., Editor. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1908. Entered as second class matter at Knox City, under the act of Congress of March 8,1879. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Year $1-00 Invariably Cash in Advance. 4 Issues 1 Month It has been said that the. Chic- ago packers ulilize all of the pig except the squeal. It Inks now as though they would have a chance to use even that. The Knox County News issued a mammoth edition June 19, ex- ploiting the resources of Knox County, Knox f ity and contig- uous territory. It was one of the biggest papers ever issued in Western Texas, and carried a heavy volume of handsomely displayed News. advertising". - Dallas We are pleased too see man\ of our citizens taking active in- terest in improving their home? and grounds. A little effort on the part of each citizen would give our town a piominent posi- tion upon the map. Nature has done much for us in picturesque . scent ry,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 10 July 1908

r^r-pr + -jé * * ■ .*«' <MIW -t-m«#• • 'wi^< WÍ tm xvnm B*5. ^ 'I '') b ■ ,'i ■*m«t'..? . ... .. Auction Sale aaatai rasanBraEani :j> y."i a# je Í i jü-íl . jj& ' % *• I will hold one of the biggest auctions that has ever oeen pulled off in west Texas on the 29th day of July 1908. I will sell to the highest bidder all the personal property of Mr. Benard Wilde one of the best fixed farmers in Texas at his farm 1 1 -2 miles west of the town of Rhineland Texas. Will sell:—16 head of horses, among which is one stallion, a fine speciment, one of the finest animals of his kind in the state being a cheshnut sorrel 17 1-2 hands high, weighs I 500 pounds and was three years old on May 2nd 1908. Have to see i:h j animal to appreciate him. Next two sorrels, one mare and one horse, a splendid match team both six years old and weighing together about 2900 pounds. Also two bay mares one 4 and one 5 years old, well broke and weighing about 1200 pounds each. One ball face sorrel, a goo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 10 July 1908

* ' <f> „ * V y _ Jfe 4 KNOX COUNTY NEWS E. B. ATTERBURY, Jr., Editor. TuMiciied Every Friday. FRIDAY, JULY 10, 19*8. Entered nn second class matter at Knox City, under the act of Congress •f March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Year $1*00 Invariably Cash in Advance. 4 Issues 1 Month It seems very much as though they are having a warm time at Denver. Published st Westbrook. The Mitchell County News is a new exchange that comes to our desk. It is a nice neatly gotten up paper, well edited. LIGHT ON ANCIENT H STORV Halloa of tha Fast Roeontly Found by Explorara. • i The recent election on the in- corporation of Knox City being illegal all forces have gone to work again with the determina- tion that Knox City shall be and will bs incorporated. • The Brandon Observer is one of our new exchanges, which comes from Brandon, Hill County It tarries a nice line of well dis- played ads and the class of read- ing matter is such as to indicate that there is a live wire behind. Brownwood ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 10 July 1908

NMUMMfMi 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. DEERING 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. R ■ West Texas Supply Co. Drs. Gibner & Pope. Offic hovrn 10 to 12 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. m. Upstairs in Jan•' building, room 1, 2 and 3. Resident 'Phona Noa. 31 and 62. Offic 'Phon No. 28 The latest improved medical appliances for treating diseases, sucK as X-Ray, etc. D. A. L1NDSEY, Notary Public. The Knox (bounty Consolidated Abstract Company, Inc. Ca...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 10 July 1908

7 Sell Your Esx&fr I have located in Knox City and have established a real estate business and prepared to dispose of your lands. Knox County lands are ks 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 and guarantee any investment in Knox County dirt. Ü' H. Atterbury, Knox City, Texas -s. A Horrible Crime. An Henious Crime of Rape w hich demands immediate atten- tion. Last Tuesday night at Matador one of the most revolt- ing crimes was committed upon a young girl 13 years of age. The entire population of Dickens Cottle, and Motley counties were thoroughly aroused. The crimi- nal was arrested and hurriedly taken to Paducah to save him from being linched at the hands of an infuriated mob. Judge Chas. E. Coombes was notified of the situation by phone, and he at once ordered a speci...

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