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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 10 July 1908

m* -i| i «111 e 0ESL9?'3T5E& £ oo © r gare:sm arr^^^ ¿),HFgit<Tariw IIMI wi« H i The Oliver Typewriter \ There should be one in every home in Knox City H— 'J'l I ifc (T w- sarasa i ^ '• *'¡ - r-~~" "••"v' ■•- ■1 IfeSÍ^ -^4%,r %Íp3í t 1 mM "'litl! • •••■, wofesegS^21^ v ¡Aj in i L2325/*HBKaBaiSZ2S^eBI kiiMI 1 « Call and let us show you the machine. It has a world wide reputation and every user pleased E. B. ATTERBURY, Agent -:- KNOX CITY i wmL U • \ fi. i:*n¿* . mm •war

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 10 July 1908

. , I 4 i a | Summer - Straw - //ais i • We have the most complete line of hats and at prices that are certainly interesting Men# large farmer straw hats mn while they last 1UU Boys every day straw hats cp while they last 31 All of our flannel hats going gQg Mens Balbrigan underwear, OCp here is one to notice SUMMER DRESS GOODS Full line of Lodi lawns all co- r lors at wC A fine line of Swiss lawns nice range of paterns all colors | P at 12 1-2 and WC A nice line of fancy and solid colors in voiles at 0«JC Silk Hulls, look like hand ¿TA/ painted at «JUC Our Summer line of Beige calicoes at Ot Ladies white belts from 15c up. Ladies collars, a large and ex- treemly pretty line to select from 25c up Mens pin checked summer or. wash pants with belts OOC Mens soft collar shirts, (g-j nr 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 Trimmed Hats at less than Wholesale Cost HE WAS ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 17 July 1908

Mla THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. I I «I ■ I Vol. 4. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY Í7, 1908. NO. 26 t Vote For W. C. JOHNSON For DISTRICT and COUNTY CLERK J « Bryan and Kern. Denver, July 10. —William J, Bryan was nominated for the third time for the office of Pres- ident of the United States by the Denver convention at :i :40 this morning, amid scenes of frenzied enthusiasm. The nom- ination came after an all night session which was kept im con- stant state of turmoil up to the culminating moment when the Nebraska was claimed as the choice of the convention as the Democratic standard bearer. The nominatüen was made on the hrst and onfty ballotr "the vote standing: W.. J. Bryan, 892 1-2; Johnson. 49; Judge Gray, 59 1-2; Absent and not voting 8. Denver, July 10.-The Demo- cratic nm'tianal convention con- cluded its labors late this after- noon % the nomination of John Worth Kern of Indiana for Vice President, (completing the ticket of which William 2L Bryan was made nominee for...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 17 July 1908

Let Me Sell Land. \ s 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 apd 1 will find you a farm and guarantee any investment iiu Knox County dirt. a J. H. Atterbury i tf.fV tb , lií 'Wum í ihL'i JÍKti>L iá* *¡-4 < h/¿'« City, Texas THE PALACE BARBER SHOP, PARKS & BLATON, Proprietors. Hair Cut 25c Shampoo 25c Singe 25 Massag , 35 Molves Removed 5c to 35c Shave 15c Sea Foam 10c Tonic l«c Agent for Stamford-Steam Laundry. Basket leaves on Tuesday and returns on Saturday. Sat- isfaction guaranteed. 5P— «* •l F, D Build Your Fortune Wisely, Surely By starting an account with The First National Bank. : : : $1.00 will open an account. It is a small fctart but a good begi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 17 July 1908

■iva-.T' -^yinn-'ur - ►*«• ' n i «a -^ ré 'étf&'4&'*. 4V. Use Summer Goo. sspaMMoil ¿r% rl i w !5& and Keep Cool! YOU WILL FIND AT OUR STORE: ■aaraMMakMMMMtm*«nm JTUJ^CAI. «. .v. i*n¡ ..... 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. PEERING SISAL TWINE, the Kind that Binds, ■ Hill! I II Wl I lili II ■ I I U "i o M We want to sell you that new buggy, and if you consider quality and S price, we will get your business. ° M Our Line of General Hardware Is Complete Freezers, Water Coolers, Croquet Sets, Fly Nets, lee Chissels, Sprinklers, Kiurrtan Undertakers and Undertakers' Supplies. Tin and Tank Work a Specialty. West Texas Supply Co. Drs. Gibner & Pope. Of fie hovrs 10 to 12 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. m. Upstairs in Jans' building, tocn-.s 1, 2 and 3. Resident 'Phons Nos. 31 and 62....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 17 July 1908

mi'inrw wii'niw ^ _SMj *4 mm . Ji, GREAT - SA Beginning JULY 18 and Closing AUGUST 1 $20,000 mM worth of good clean merchandise will be thrown on the market at the mercy of the trading public will not be an item in our entire stock that will escape the cut. We need money, in fact it becomes neces- sary for us to raise a certain amount of cash by August 1st. Sometimes in our life we have to acknowlege to things that are distasteful. Sometimes in a merchants life he becomes overstocked and has more merchandise than his cap- ital will carry. On taking inventory July 1st, we find ourselves in just this kind of shape; and we must cash up to pay for our fall stock. If you have read our advertisements from time to time; you know that F. E. Adams & Company has never advertised an untruth has never ad- vertised an article they did not have; has never advertised a cut unless it was agenuine bonofied cut; has never raised the prices in order to make a cut; has always made good his satetmen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 17 July 1908

mínutesomynfróml0(7elocl^t^l0: _ TO ALL and at no other time. STORE fáurle&m/tluüfe^ a.„WIT, , . - ijv • T\ • V. . SHOES. One lot of baby moccasins sale price 14c One lot of baby skiff sole but- ton shoes sale price 39c One lot of bare foot sandals 5 to 8 and 8 to 12 sale price 73- and 83c One lot of misses white canvas: oxfords sale price 73c One lot of ladies black oxfords only a few left sale price 63c One lot of ladies patent leather oxford ties sale price 99c One lot of American Lady ox- fords all patent just a few at this price $2.14 One lot of men's yeda calf shoes sale price $1.73 One lot of men's $3.00 Hope 1-2 shoes sale price $2.09 One lot of men's drab canvass: shoes leather soles sale price $1.14' Handsome Spring Style One lot of lawns worth? 7 l-2c while they last 4 l-4c 15c lawns sale price 9e 20c lawns sale prifce 12 l-2c 25c lawn sale price 14c Knox City One lot ginghams worth 7 l-2c sale price 5c One lot of staple ginghams worth 12 l-2c sale price 8 l-3c Small ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 17 July 1908

*>.■ " V 1 I 1 1:. i I KKGX CÚÜHTY N£^S E. B. ATTERBURY, Jr., E¿t«r. J Every Friday. FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1908. Entered as second cluss mutter at Kr.ux City, under the act of Congress of March 1S79. SUBSCR^T'ON PRICE: ON YI:AR $1.00 lMVAlUABLV v. ASH IN ADVANCE. 4 issues 1 Month The Rule Keview was one among: our exchanges publishing a fine write up exploiting the resources of Rule and its large fertile territory. J\.\ election has been ordered in which the voters of the Asper- nv 3: • • er.vVit school district will say whether or not they will issurt bonds for the purpose of building a new school building. Last weeks issue of the Sweet water Reporter contained a n:ce article proclaiming the many resources and advantages of Sweetwater and Nolan county and their possibilities. The Anson Talk has sold it# subscription list and good will to The Western Reporter, the two papers coming to the conclusion that there was not room in Ar- son for two papers. The White Printing Company will ret...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 17 July 1908

n Buücüiig Materials. Material is advancing and we want to dispose of our pres- ent stock in order to buy our fall supply before it gets too high and we will make you some ex- tra low prices for cash in the next 30 days on the following: Lumber, Siish, Doors, Paints and i Oils, Glass, Lime, Cement, Brick, Screen Boors and Screen Wire. Corae and see and be convinced. J. C. Wooldridge. WOMANS H0M£ MISSION SOCIE- TY OF M. E. CHURCH. Work of Mill Settlement in Atlan- ta Georgia. Relating to Public Schools. ' are coincident with their munici- Important statement by F. M. (Pal limits." Brallley, general agent of the; Amotion for re-hearing has Conference for education in Tex- j iKH'n filed in t'¿e Supreme Court, as, rimenft tthe opinion of tffce Su-¡ar d ntil the matter has been preroe <coart in the Bairc case, finally adjudicated by that tribu- aafi the adoption of the amend- (nal, it would be well for the peo- raent to «€ction 3, article-1, state ■ pie of the respective independ- con...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 17 July 1908

4 'M m ■ ■ i i ,'tV IjEt I Auction Sale HEHRRBR5 '.*20001 Hi V { "A I will hold one of the biggest auctions that has ever been 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 I -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 1 500 pounds and was three years old on May 2nd 1908. Have to see the 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 good a)! around horse gentle and safe, single driver for any body, also a good saddle and work animal, is 10 years old...

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

THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. 11 Í I I Vol. 4. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1908. NO. 27 Vote For W. C. JOHNSON For DISTRICT and COUNTY CLERK. Adv. Wedding Bells. Miss Gol da Skaggs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Skaggs of St. Louis, and Mr. Clyde Farmer were happily married in St. Louis on Friday the 17th day of July at 4:80 p. m. Iiev. R. L. Pierce tied the knot which made them one. They left St. Louis at 8:15 on the evening of the same day and arrived in Knox City their future home on Sun- day last. The bride is a charming young lady and of the best families in St. Louis. She is probably known to many of our citizens, having visited relative.3 near the city last summer. Mr. Farmer has lived in Knox City for some time and is one of our rao t prominent young men. He owns stock in the Knox City Mercantile Company at which place he is now employed. He owns ona of the nicest cottages in our city which has been com- pleted and nicely furnished for some four weeks awaiting the ...

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

a lOO The Oliver Typewriter There should be one in every home in Knox City t 4ft II H | ! i I I u If * ^ . huH St Call and let us show you the machine. It has a world wide reputation and every user pleased E. B. ATTERBÜRY, Agent KNOX CITY 1 Í ,1-4. ' 1 V* ¿¿■Xkj.'.r-üA; fmf -"'if '' "N #fl SKmiiX ■ « - nsw/ '■■"■"Hp

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

i Building Materials; Material is advancing and we want to dispose of our pres- ent stock in order to buy our fall supply before it gets too high and we will make you some ex- tra low prices for cash in the next 30 days on the following: Lumber, Sash, Doors, Paints and Oils, Glass, Lime, Cement, Brick, Screen Doors and Screen Wire. Come and see and be convinced. ♦ . I - J. C. Wooldridge. To our farmer friends. Have you ever had a phone in your house? If not, why? There is no otffor convenience that would be of half the service to you as a telephone. When in the need of a physician or the services of some one at once you could' notify them in s minutes time, and the one time you used the phone would be worth several times the price you would pav for a years service. It also enables you to keep in touch with all that is going on in the neighborhood. n Call at our office and let us explain the way by which you can secure a phone for yourself and neighbors. THE HASKELL TELEPHONE COMPANY...

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

;f_r " fs- *-y¿- . a • V Tw s W^' 4t*' ' ;•-• '- ■ B 1 JR '&]&y ft % GREAT SLA UGHTER Beginning JULY 18 and Closing AUGUST 1 $20,000. worth of good clean merchandise will be thrown on the, market at the mercv of j the trading public — There will not be an item in our entire stock that will escape the cut. We need money, in fact it becomes neces- sary for us to raise a certain amount of cash by August 1st. Sometimes in our life we have to acknowlege to things that are distasteful. Sometimes in a merchants life he becomes overstocked and has more merchandise than his cap- ital will carry. On taking inventory July 1st, we find ourselves in just this kind of shape; and we must cash up to pay for our fall stock. If you have read our advertisements from time to time; you know that F. E. Adams & Company has never advertised an untruth has never ad- vertised an article they did not have; has never advertised a cut unless it was agenuine bonofied cut; has never raised the prices ...

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

r*. m v.. SHOES. One lot of baby moccasins sale price 14c One lot of baby stiff sole but- ton shoes sale price 39e One lot of bare foot sandals 5 to 8 and 8 to 12 sale price 73 and 83c One lot of misses white canvas oxfords sale price 73c One lot of ladies black oxfords only a few left sale price 63c One lot of ladies patent leather oxford ties sale price 99c One lot of American Lady ox- fords all patent just a few at this price $2.14 One lot of men's veda calf shoes sale price $1.73 One lot of men's $3.00 Hope 1-2 shoes sale price $2.09 One lot of men's drab canvass shoes leather soles sale price $1.14 l\ i Handsome >rimf iSlyle MAKERS One lot of lawns worth 7 l-2c while they last 4 l-4c 15c lawns sale price 9e 20c lawns sale price 12 l-2c 25c lawn sale price 14c TO ALL One lot ginghams worth 7 l-2c sale price 5c One lot of staple ginghams worth 12 l-2c sale price 8 l-3c Small lot of white dress linen finish sale price 12 l-2c Silk mulls worth 75c and 85c sale price 49c India Li...

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

1 jfe | tic -i? 1 s i I 1 ■ I i ■ I if Your mí; 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 an- other section of the State. The growing crops at the . . m t* a 1 • j« f# 1 I resent time are proof of this assertion. If you have and 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. J. H. Atterbury, Knox City, Texas ■■ \ THE PALACE BARBER SHOP, PARKS & BLATON, Proprietors. Hair Cat * ,3Rc Shampoo. . ....3?e Singe .... 88 Massag.,.. .85 Malve Removed ..,5c to 85c Shave 15c Sea Foam 10c Tonic lie Agent for Stamford-Steam Laundry. Basket leaves on Tuesday and returns on Saturday*. Sat- isfaction guaranteed. KNOX COUNTY NEWS E. B. ATTERBURY, Jr., Editor. Published Every Friday. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. McLain, for the the past few weeks, left Friday for...

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

'♦ v# "i \ Use Summer Goods Keep Cool! V. YOU WILL FIND AT OUR STORE: Refrigerators, FURNITURE Freezers, Hammocks, Lap Robes, lee Picks, Screen Cloth, 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. Water Coolers, Croquet Sets, Fly Nets, lee Chissels, Garden Hose, DEERIN6 SISAL TWINE, the Kind that Binds. Sprinklers, S We want to sell you that new buggy, and if you consider quality and ¡2 price, we will get your business. ° $ ; Our Line of General Hardware Is Complete - Ti Undertakers and Undertakers* Supplies. Tin and Tank Work a Specialty. i West Texas Supply Co Drs. Gibner & Pope. Of fit hovra 10 to 12 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. m. Upstairs in Jans' Ivildisrooms j, 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 ...

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

■* - r *' hs . ' Bp ' A¿- ■ mm r j Sale ignaras I will hold one of the biggest auctions that has ever been 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 I I -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 1 500 pounds and was three years old on May 2nd 1908. Have to see the 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 1 200 pounds each. One bail face sorrel, a good all around horse gentle and safe, single driver for any body, also a good saddle and work animal, is ! 0 years old and weighs about...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 31 July 1908

THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. Vol. 4. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, tEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1908. NO. 28 W HEATED CAMPAIGN ENDS IN TRA6EDY J. W. Reese Shot and Fa- tally Wounded by Repre- sentative E. C. Gaines. Both Parties Candidates For Representative from Comanche County. Comanche, Texas. July 23— (Special to Ft. Worth Record.) At 9 o'clock this morning J. W. Reese, candidate for repre- sentative, was shot on east Main street, three blocks west of the public square, from the effects of which he will perhaps die. E. C. Gaines, his opponent for representative, was immediately arrested and lodged in jail. The difficulty arose from the publica- tion of a circular about Gaines, the same appearing on the streets this morning. Gaines met Reese on the street and ask him about the matter in the circular. Hot words followed leading to a per- sonal difficulty, Gaines striking Reese with a -stick and Reese throwing a rock at his antago- nist. Gaines drew a pistol and opened fire at close range, dis- cnar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 31 July 1908

4 ' * $ -•i í 1 1 ! \ S ! I ti /• > BBBSEfi? aESimin&EHBB ji The Oliver Typewriter There should be one in every home in Knox City tfí I Call and let us show you the machine. It has a world wide reputation and every user pleased E. B. ATTERBURY, Agent KNOX CITY e> * t i in wnJi «i mm 1 > V.

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