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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 31 July 1908

Sell Your Land n 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 1 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 m Knox County dirt. H. Atterbury, Kn Wr&aam: ...... • +"*¿ , 1 m>i ua THE PALACE BARBER SHOP, PARKS-& BLATON, Proprietors. Hair Cut..: Shar^pou Si nge Massa«i ..:sj ...35 Molves Removed 5c to 35c Shave 15c Sea Foam 10c Tonic 10c Agent for Stamford-Steam Laundry. Basket leaves on Tuesday and returns on Saturday. Sat- isfaction guaranteed. ,¿uí,v. •'••¿KELsr.r"^v'v,L'v:; :&SBmwmm :nox county mews B. ATTERBURY, Jr., Editor. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1908. Ente: ad:..- svcoi.d class matter at nox City, under the act of Congress f ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 31 July 1908

_ T- *'C k! ; ¡ * i ; ¡fe, á ml &':<í 1 $mü Ü# ■ T&y. • r'-'-í" ' PHI tw im* '" Vvi' tfflPfl': HnHrU í■ ... ,. W«r1>' Greatest Subscription AND EDUCATIONAL OFFER EVER MADE. Tha Fart Worth Saml-Waekl Recrd and The Knox County News together with the New Home Library Wall Chart, showing splendid maps of Texas, the United States and the World, all three for only $1.50. The Semi-Weekly Record is easily the best paper in Texas. Tuesday and Fri- day, twice a week. The newest, best, brightest and biggest Great Southern Newspaper. The Record presents at one sweeping view the whole area of events. The news of¿the country, state, nation and the world is given in each complete issue. Special de- partments each week that will interest every member of the family. The New Home Library Wall Chart, for home, school, college, business and profes- sional reference is positively up-to-date. Similar charts sell regularly in educational sup- ply stores for $1.50 and upward. Size of chart, 2...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 31 July 1908

2S«5£ ^'« «iV 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 I 8 We want to sell you that new buggy, and if you consider quality and S price, we will get your business. $ J- Our Line of General Hardware Is Complete i . r;' * Freezers, Water Coolers, Croquet Sets, Fly Nets, lee Chissels, Sprinklers, Undertakers and Undertakers' Supplies. Tin and Tank Work a Specialty. 3 & 'J# j r. zaaorx-aaixvf3rrzaa! .war*.sz. tsxnxuBxrxvuxuaxui ^^■gspaBappo ' Drs. Gibner & Pope Offie hours 10 to 12 a. m. arte! 2 to 4 p. m. Ur¿toím in Jann' Luilding, icerr? I, 2 and 3. Resident 'Phor.s Nos. 31 and 62. Oific 'Phon No. 28 The latest improved medical appliances for treating diseases, such a > X-Ray, etc. D. A....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 31 July 1908

: : ANOTHER CUT : : ?jsfl fi:* ]{| f I ■ ■ i Si I I I \ We wish to thank die Knox County citizen* for their great patronage given us during our great slaughter sale. Eveiy one attending our great sale was well pleased with the wonderful bargains given them and we were more than pleased with tne amount of sales. Mr. Adams will leave in a few days for the eastern markets where he will fill in his fall stock with bright clean up-to^late merchandise. With the cash we have gotten in from our big sale we will be able to buy spot cash and fell cheaper. We will make another big cut in all of our summer merchandise such as Straw hat worth from 20c to $2.00 will go at from 5c to 98c Men's underwear worth 36c will go at 19c Lidies gauze vesta worth 10c will go at 1l-4c Ladles white lawn waists worth 75c will go at 28c All waists as cheap in proportion. Lad'rr. white !ine>n rkirt worth up to if 1.75 will go ai - 8i'c Ladfter lace <r!latto worth up to 75c v II go at 19c A I odds and ends i...

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

\ !• *• THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. Vol. 4. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1908. NO. 29 r D [©] THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK FOR SAFETY ANO ACCOMMODATIONS The fact that your money is in this bank is an absolute guarantee as to its safety. Qur en- tire directorate and corps of officers consists of as safe and conservative set of men as you will find. Investigate their records. These frets, together with our past record of busi- ness, is convincing that your affairs if entrust- ed with us will have every attention. And every accomodation will be extended ¿hat safé and conservative banking will permit. Make •ur bank your headquarters when in town. E. C. Couch, Cashier. _8om HOME MISSION SOCIETY M. E. CHURCH. Our Chinese School at Los Angeles California. There is consideróle differ- ence in the methods of the ori- ental school and our own. The pupils some of them past middle life are never arranged in classes but each student re- auiring to be taught single. To learn to speak the...

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

v.. ijtgr 1 i «Am i ftiMMfn E. B. ATTEXHHtY, Jr., Editor. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, AUaUSt 7, 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. v 4 Issues 1 Month i Never forget you are a part of the town, and that your own de- j portment helps to make up the . Strangers' estimate of the place, i Sell all you can and buy all you Can at home. Every dollar that .is sent or carried away frcm . home makes the town that much '^poorer,. If you have the means invest in something that will ♦give somebody employment. ^Do not kick at a proposed im- provement simply because it is not at your door. r ¥> A town that never has any- thing to do in a public way, is <on the way to the cemetery. ♦Any citizen who will do nothing for his town is helping to dig the grave. A man that curses the town furnishes the coffin. The man who is so selfish as to have no time from his busine...

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

HHNMM g t < Don't For iu iill That every shower of rain that comes you should get several acres of mother earth turned over. In order to do this you should have at your command a good Gang or Sul- ky Plow. You know what the Goodenough and Stag Sulkeys are. We have them to sell and you need them, let us get together. Buggies Wagon urries. The kind that runs easy and stays on the road. : ?■ ; . \ Furniture all styles, and Quality our motto. We make the Prices UNDERTAKERS West Texas Supply Co. Drs. Gibner & Pope. The latest improved medical appliances for treating diseases, such as X-Ray, etc. D. A. LINDSEY, Notary Public. The Knox County Consolidated Abstract Company, Inc. Capital Stock $5,000 paid up. Chas. E. Coombes, Pres; W. C. Johnson, Sec..-Tres. Directors: P. D. Sanders, H. S. Wilson, Chas. E. Coombes, W. C. Johnson, W. N. Coombes. Own and operate two complete sets of abstracts of titles of Knox County lands and town lots. A safe reliable abstract of your title furnished...

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

¡jSi&f '■ -yj Its# \J " ' *" *' -*• '/ .mil . ítrTtgnTrtj • ANOTHER CUT 'Sá! L ;* n. \di w tfy, *; p4|1 a " We wish to thank the Knox County citizens for their great patronage given us during our great slaughter sale. Every one attending our great sale was well pleased with the wonderful bargains given them and we were more than pleased with the amount of sales. Mr. Adams will leave in a few days for the eastern markets where he will fill in his fall stock with bright clean up-to-date merchandise. With the cash we have gotten in from our big sale we will be able to buy spot cash and sell cheaper. We will make another big cut in all of our summer merchandise such as Straw hats worth from 20c to $2.00 will go at from 5c to 98c Men's underwear worth 35c will go at.,19c Ladies gauze vests worth 10c will go at 41"4c Ladies white lawn waists worth 75c will go at All waists as cheap in proportion. 28c Ladies white linen skirts worth up to $1.75 will go at ¿ 8¿)e Ladies lr.ce collars wo...

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

tr .-•I THE KNOX ■ ByAfljP NEWS. S- pp j Vol. 4. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY. AUGUST 14, 1908. NO. SO r D first national bank FOB SAFETY AND ACCOMMODATIONS o The fact that your money is in this bank is an absolute guarantee as to its safety. Our en- tire directorate and corps of officers consists of as safe and conservative set of men as you will find. Investigate their records. These facte, together with our past record of busi- ness, is convincing that your affairs if entrust- ed with us will have every attention. And every accomodation will be extended ¿hat safe and conservative banking will permit. Make our bank your headquarters when in town. I D 1 E. C. Couch, Cashier. A W. T. Wright of Carleton wa- in the city a few days t us week. R. D. Walls is preparing to build a nice seven room cottage in the southern part of the city. Edgar Little, manager of t he Truscott Mercantile Company, was in the city on business this week. Rev. Smith of Abilene was in the city Monday. ...

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

KNOX COUNTY NEWS B. B. ATTERBURY, Jr.. Editor Published Every Frid / Evening. Enterad u second-clui mall matter at Knox City. Texas, under the aot of Congrese of March 3.187V. SUBSCRIPTION PRICK: On© Year 11 00 INVARIABLY CA8H IN ADVANCE KNOX OITÍ, ■ TEXAS NEWS FROM OVER TEXAS \. Worfi waB received Friday of the killing of Albert Scott at Plains, near the New Mexican line by a horse's fall, j 8. J. Poster, one of the county's [pioneer citizens, died 'at Oroesbeck Saturday in the 87th year of his age. L The church and sciiool house at : Oakland, eight" miles north of Bon- iham, was destroyed by fire Thursday bight. ' The city commissioners of Houston Voted an issue of 9100,000 bonds to cover additional coBt of street improve ment and paving; i Mrs. Ella Davis, wife of former Mayor W. D. Davis of North Fort Worth, died at 2:30 o'clock Saturday iftfter an illness of several months. i( James Burke, about 60 years old, ;who has been in the county about a [year, was found dead in his room...

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

r< 1 IK WEEK'S EPITOME A RESUME OF THE M08T IMPOR- TANT NEW8 AT HOME AND ABROAD. NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE vf A Carefully Digested and Condensed Compilation of Current News Domeetie and Foreign. Reports say that in the primary elec- tions held over Kansas Tuesday, a re- markably light vote was cast. Reports say that 800 deaths have occurred as a result of the thlrty-flve days of fighting on the streets of Tab- riz. Edward Scard, a prominent Buffalo lawyer, was instantly, killed and Jos. Bert perhaps fatally injured early Sat- urday when their automobile struck a street iar. E. Grindstaff, a young man, while sawing a board at his home, two miles from Austin, Saturday afternoon near- ly saw 4} his left arm off. The flesh was badly gashed. S. T. Epp, a hackmau of Fort Worth, was held up and robbed by two un- known men on the rdad between that city and North Fort Worth at an early hour Friday morning. (Monday was the anniversary of the battle of Wilson's Creek, or Oak Hill, as It was call...

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

I' r . m, ■ f$i"o „ ÉÉ KNOX CGUI1T7 NEWS E. B ATTERNMY, Jr., Mltor. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, AUGUSY 14, 1908. Entered as moond class matter at Itnox City, under the act of Congrega of March 3,1879. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Year s1-00 Invariably Cash in Advance. 4 Issues 1 Month Work for Knox City. Everyone has their eye on Knox City. Talk Knox City to your friends when they visit you. Everything speaks favorable for a large cotton crop this year and as usual Knox City will be the leading cotton market in this section. The recent fire should be suf- ficient evidence of the fact that yre should have a system of wa- ter works and a fire company of some kind. Our citizens should awaken to the needs of our city before it is too late. There are now openings in Knox City for many different kinds of enterprises, many that coujd be secured if we would only reach out for them. And this we must do if we ever se- cure them. The editor wishes to thank Bill Thompson ami the Misses Floy and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 14 August 1908

Don't Forget * * a. r That every shower of rain that comes i you should get several acres of mother earth turned over. In order to do this you should have at your command a good Gang or Sul- ky Plow. You know what the Goodenough and Stag Sulkeys are. We have them to it,.. sell and you need them, let us get together. Buggies Wagons and Surries. The kind that runs easy and 'stays on the road. Furniture all styles, and Quality our motto. We make the Prices Right. A ■ UNDERTAKERS West Texas Supply Co. it 'V'* -«f>*V •>$ ^'■ t*u;v.<«fccnmy.p : Í ft & Pope. Offic hovra 10 to 12 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. m. Upataira in Jana' building, room* 1, 2 and 3. Raaidmnt 'Phona Noa. 31 and 62. Offic Phon No. 28 The latest improved medical appliances for treating diseases, such as X-Ray, etc. THE PALACE BARBER SHOP, PARKS & BLAT0N, Proprietors. Hair Cut 25c Shampoo 25c Singe 25 Massag 35- Molvcs Removed 5c to 35c Shave 15c Sea Foam 10c Tonic 10c Agent for Stamford-Steam Laundry. Basket lea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 14 August 1908

■ \ I J jonN ncNBY i ON THE BARN STORMEDS. BV GEO. V. H0BA8T, ("HUGH M'HUOH.") Dear Bunch: Still In the ring at the Spoonsbury Commercial house, and here's some of the dope the near- actor or the "Bandit's Bride Com- pany" handed out last night. "'I tell jrou, Mike," the Juvenile said, "I'm too delicate lor. this one- night stand gag. I'm going to New York and build a theater." "What with?" sneered Low Comedy. "With a reporter I know on one of the papers," the Juvenile chuckled. "Say, what was the name of that town we played night before last?" "Murphy's Landing, wasn't it?" Mike answered. "I guess that's right, because Mur- phy landed on me good and hard," the Juvenile said. "Remember those nice white door-knobs we ate for breakfast next morning? The waitress h "Not a Cookie in the Lunch Basket." said they were hot biscuits, but 1 had to eat mine with a nut-cracker. I've got it in my pantry yet. and every time I walk around the knob turns, and I can hear a door open some- where." M...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 14 August 1908

CHIV ALRY OF TODAY OLD FASHION HAS GIVEN PLACE TO NEW. Elaborate Complimanta Now Saldom Exchangad Between the texee— Men and Maldena More Than Ever Truly Companlona. To-day the young man of fashion marriea the girl with whom he has ridden, rowed, climbed, flahed, hunted, played tennis and golf. He knows she's a good sport and the finest girl in the world, but if he ever thought her a saint, that Idea is knocked oue of his head long before the wedding day. He doesn't boost her by the elbow over every rock, because he knows she can climb better than he can. He doesn't gallantly give her points in games, be- cause he knows that if he does, she'll beat him. And so it is with the women in the professions, in the arts and in busi- ness. There they meet men as fellow- workers, just as the more idle women meet them as fellow-athletes. They are drawn together by common inter- ests, and in the cases where love and marriage result the common interests remain and form a serviceable and stable b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 14 August 1908

We wish to thank the Knox County citizens for their great patronage given us during our great slaughter sale. Every one attending our great sale was well pleased with the wonderful bargains given them and wa ware more than pleased with the amount of sales. Mr. Adams will leave in a few days for the eastern markets where he will fill in his fail stock with bright cleanup-to-date merchandise. With the cash we have gotten in from our big sale we will be able to buy spot cash and sell cheaper. We will make another big cut in all of our summer merchandise such as Straw hats worth from 20c to $2.00 will ga at from ^ — , 5c to 93c Men's underwear worth 3£c will go a' 10c Lidies ¿?iU?3 v'vijts v/jrth 10c will iro at.-.-.- ; - 4-1-40 Ladies white lawn waists worth 75c will •goat - -28c AH waists as cheap in proportion. Ladies wh;te lir.cn skirls worth up to if 1.7-5 will go at .. .8íJc Ladles bee cellars « orth up to 7ic wiil go at 19c A I odds and cnis in oar 1 iwns and, wash goo^s w II go ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 21 August 1908

.1 , ' ¥m THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. Vol. 4. F- KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, - 1 1908. NO. ítl P, D THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK FOR SAFETY AND ACCOMMODATIONS D I The fact that your money is in this bank is an absolute guarantee as to its safety. Our en- tire directorate and corps of officers consists of as safe and conservative set of men as you will find. Investigate their records. These facts, together with our past record of busi- ness, is convincing that your affairs if entrust- ed with us will have every attention. And every accomodation will be extended ¿hat safe and conservative banking will permit. Make our bank your headquarters when in town. D D E. C. Couch, Cashier. Let us tit you with new glass- es. W.JJ. Gilbert. Cash paid for butter at the O. K. ("hop House. W. E. Annis. head of Recrea tion and Burr Mcintosh month ly was shot at fashionable New York resort by Capt. Peter C. Hains, prominent man who al- leges Annis wrecked his home. Five shots took effect an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 21 August 1908

POSSIBILITY OF THE FUTURE IS* 111 When Navigation of tho Air Shall Have Become Common. The man from Mara chockert his aerolite. He saw bolow him what rc- aembied a huge rat trap. An immense ateel frame compoaed of light rods en- tirely covered tho buildings beneath it. The steel frame was of sufficient height to just clear the loftiest sky- scraper. As the man from Mars stared at this contrivance a section of it opened inward and he and his trained aerolite dropped through. As he alighted in the city hall square a man in uniform hurried up to him. "Sorry to have kept you waiting outside," he said in choice Volapuk "but at first I couldn't quite make you out. I'm the guardian of the sky trap.' "Glad to know you," said the mar from Mars. "And now tell me wha in the name of all that's wonderful thi wire cheese box means." "Why, that's our balloon guard.' laughed the officer.. "You see the air ships and balloons got to be such u nuisance that we had to put up thi frame. Why, they used t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 21 August 1908

KNOX COUNTY NEWS E. B. ATTERBURY, Jr., Editor. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 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. ' 4 Issues 1 Month Daisy Club. The Daisy Club met Wednes- day afternoon with Misses Paul- ine and Minnie Warren One member being late those present enjoyed themselves for a while in jolly conversation. When at length the tardy mem- ber, Miss Kosa Smith, arrived little slips were passed around with questions to be answered with the names of the states. At the close of the lively con- test which followed, it was found that Miss Kosa buiith and Mil- dred Porter scored highest in correct answers. In cutting for the prize, Mil- dred was successful and was presented with a beautiful hat pin by Miss Pauline Warren. {Misses Pauline and Minnie then served iced lemonade and cake to the following member ?; Misses Lottie tin loe, Mildred Porter, Rosa ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 21 August 1908

R«* \ I 1 1 1 rr KNOX COUNTY NEWS B. B. ATTERBURY. Jr., Editor PublUhed Every Friday Evening. Entered u second-cUs* mail matter at Enoi City. Texas, under the act of Congrets of March 3. 1879. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: On® Year fl 00 INVARIABLY CASH IN ADVANCE KNOX OUT, • • • • TEXAS REPORT 0FC0TT0NCR0P COMPARED WITH LAST YEAR 80ME TIME TEXA8 CONDITION 18 119.5; OKLAHOMA, 98.3 TEXAS HEWS ITEMS I At Denton, Wednesday, a fire oc- curred which did damage to the textent of $35,000. It is estimated that about 6000 'people attended the old settler r«i ¡union at McKinney Thursday, the jtcond day of the oceruion | Miss Winie Hoffman, who lived at Lakenon, near Hillsboro, while starting a fire with kerosene receiv- ed burns from which she died later the same day. The Farmers' Union of Howard County is going to build a warehouse at Big Springs. The Commercial Club of Big Springs has offered to take $1000 in stock. , One hundred and twenty-five ¡employes of the local Southwestern shops at El Paao we...

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