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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 21 August 1908

REPUBUGAN CONVENTION. Dallas, Tex., Aug. 13.—The ticket named by the Republicans for State officers Wednesday Is as tollows; Governor—John M. Simpson, Dal- las county. Lieutenant governor—C. W. Ogden, San Antonio. Attorney general—W. H. Atwell, Dallas. Comptroller—B. C. Cage, Erath county. Commissioner of the Reneral land office—Joseph Stant/.ell, Lavaca coun- ty. State treasurer—T. S. Bugbee, Don- ley county. Railroad commissioner—-W. V. Gal- braith, Tarrant county. State superintendent of public in- struction—S. T. Swinford, Harris county. Commissioner of agriculture—W. M. Harborth, Guadalupe county. Justice court criminal appeals—J. W. Cocke, McLennan county, full term; G. N. Harris, Brownwood, unex- pired term. Associate Justice supreme court—C. W. Starling, Dallas county. Chairman of the State executive committee—C. A. Lyon, Grayson coun- ty. Presidential Electors. Presidential electors named by the State committee: At large—N. V. Dittlinger, R. FJ Hanney. First district—W. E. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 21 August 1908

1 ! í 4' Li £ 1 * I I I f i II II i 1 i f ¡I j I ? Don't Forget 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 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. UNDERTAKERS West Texas Supply Go. THE PALACE BARBER SHOP, PARKS & BLATON, Proprietors. Hair Cut 25c Shampoo 25c Singe 25 Massag 35 Mol ves Removed ;5c to 35c Shave 15c & Sea F«am.... .* 10c Tonic 10c Agent for Stamford-Steam Laundry. Basket leaves on Tuesday and returns on Saturday. Sat- isfaction guaranteed. D. A. LINDSEY, Notary Public. HOME MISSION SOCIETY M. E. CHURCH. Vashti Industrial School for Girls. The beautitul new home for the Vashti Indian Trial School at Thomasville, Ga., ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 21 August 1908

SUMMARY OF THE WEEK jA RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND I ABROAD. ITEMS FOR BUSINESS PEOPLE A Carefully Digested and Condensed Compilation of Current News Domestic and Foreign. Forest fires are said to bo doing preat damage to property in Mon- tana and Eastern Idaho. | Thursday night on account of a strike among the electrial workers the city of Paris, France, was for a time in complete darkness. Two deaths have recently occurred t the State Orphans' Home at Cor- jsicana, viz: Lewis Burton and Ada .iones, the later aged 2 years. John Scott, ai different times president of several railroads, died Wednesday at his home in Tomp- kinsville, Staten Island, at the age t>f sixty-one years. j Fifty-three cities will he repre- sented in the tour to be made by the [Business Men's League of St. Louis in a special train through Oklahoma, Texas, Missouri and Kansas in Oc- tober. ! More than fifty automobiles and itaxicabs were destroyed in%a fire Wednesday which consumed a one-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 21 August 1908

I*'1 ! ^ given them and we were more than pleased with the amount or sales. ^ | Mr. Adams will leave in a few days for the eastern markets where he will fill in his fall stock ^ I ; -yM. \ 1.1 íüf W mm i* ■K1J 1> i i I m I with bright clean up-to-date merchandise. With the cash we have gotten in from our big sale we ill «LI/-. 4-s-v Uiitr enrvf r"3cn ann GpII rnpnnpr iéS % 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 af. 19c Ladies gauze vests worth 10c will go at *l-4c Ladies white lawn waists worth 75c will go at 28° All waists as cheap in proportion. Ladies white linen skirts worth up to $1.75 will go at , 8iic Ladies lace collars worth up to 75c will go at 19c Ail odds and ends in our lawns and wash goods will go at from 10 to 15 per cent less than cost. All oxfords men, women, and children will go at about 10 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 28 August 1908

I JÜR- ^ÜnKk Ur^7' IPT" * ff, tw\ * Xí^UH -a - j#£ m V- w sí^^H ÍkPíp> ., •"V- <r#**fea^ jetiS" THE KNOX COUNTY flfen Vol. 4. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1908. NO. 32 D D THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK FOR SAFETY AND ACCOMMODATIONS 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. n i E. C. Couch, Cashier. ———IO dL ■[ FARMERS! FARMERS!! I expect to order a car of northern clime soft seed wheat for planting purposes. If you want any kinkly leave your order with me in the next few davs. S. Edwards. J have two pice cottages f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 28 August 1908

m\ r' hi 4 By Alban E. Ragg A GOOD OLD FRIEND. (Copyright, by BhorUtory Pub. Co.) Tick! Tick! Tick! Tick! reiterated (he clock with monotonous persisten- cy, reminding those present that the time for retiring was long since past, , but the old farmer and his daughter stayed on, regardless of the fleeting hours. Neither bad spoken for fully 30 minutes. The man, reclining in a high-backed chair, was comforting him- self with a black clay pipe, and the woman sat gazing listlessly into the Are, an open letter in her hand. I " Tte ten years to-night since moth- er died," she remarked, sadly. A sud- den strong gust of wind shook the door of the outhouse, making it creak Atournfully as it swayed to and fro on lta rusty hinges. The old man stirred uneasily in his chair, and glanced ner- vously behind him. ■ "Yes, It's ten years to-night," he re- plied, with an effort to appear at ease. Both again lapsed into silence. Pres- ently the old man glanced across at bis daughter and said: - j "Who ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 28 August 1908

u We have white lawns, mulls nd dimities down at cost. See our line of china and taf- feta silks, also our new stock of gloves, and dont fail to notice our notion counters. In fact we have most anything you need in the dry goods line, Please give us a call, Respt., Goods Co. KNOX COUNTY NEWS E. B. ATTERBURY, Jr., Editor. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 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 chJ HOWE MISSION SOCIETY M. E. CHURCH. After manv invitations given and not altogether patient wait- ing, the citv of Louisville had the coveted pleasure of enter- taining the Woman's Board for its annual meeting of 1908 and a right royal welcome did she give her honored guests. The meeting was held in the fourth avenue church which is accounted the handsomest and most beautiful in the city, the auditorium spacious, the atten- dance fine, with delightf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 28 August 1908

CHOKE CHERRY AS ORNAMENT \ I ; r ÜL h J ■ i j| i i'j ||i •I 1 ; ; Ú\ ¡ i fi! i ' I KNOX COUNTY NEWS B. B. ATTBRBUBY, Jr, Bdltor Pabllahed Rrary Friday Erenla*. Bntered u aecead-oUsa mall matter at Ki City. Tazaa, andar the act oí longraaa llarob 9.187 . Knox ol SUBSCRIPTION PRICK: One Tcu t*!**!****"**'*1""1 ^ INVARIABLY CASH IN ADVANCB KNOX CITY, . . TEXAS . TEXAS HEWS ITEMS The state peniteniatry board Tuesday closed a deal for the Ellis plantation, the consideration being in the neighborhood of $300,000. Tuesday, at Bonham, John 0'- Keefe, while in his chicken yard endeavoring to kill a chicken, was «purred by a large Plymouth Rock rooster from the wounds of which blood poisoning is feared. After acute suffering, which medical skill and change of clim ate failed to alleviate, James P. Harrison, one of the best known and most popular citizens of Sher- man died at his home Thursday morning. Thursday night about 12 o'clock a man entered the home of Mrs. Sam Fife, who lives about fou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 28 August 1908

HOW TO REMOVE STAINS. Obstinate C«sm Can li Remediad by Fallowing Instructions. All ■ taina abould be removed be- fore the articles are washed, and the sooner tbe stain is treated tbe mora readily It will yield to tbe treatment. Pour boiling water tbrougb fruit stains, wben obstinate soak with a solution of oxalic aeld. Wash pe- troleum ointment stains in alcohol, paint in turpentine or alcohol, varnish In alcohol, grass and other green staias in alcohol, kerosene or molas- ses. For blood stains use white of an egg In cold water or spread on raw flour paste and spread in the sun. In the case of milk, cream sugar or sirup stains, soak in cold soft water. For wheel «reaBe or machine oil stains should be rubbed with lard and al- lowed to stand a few moments, then they should be washed with soap and cold water. Tea, coffee or cocoa stains should be removed with boil- ing water, and if obstinate use the so- lution of oxalic acid. OEUF8 A LA NEIGE. Confection That is Popular with Chefs in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 28 August 1908

T I I Lf r U M Don't Forget 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 Qang or Sul- ky Plow. You know what the Qoodenough and Stag Sulkeys are. We have them to 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. Prices Right. IVe make the UNDERTAKERS West Texas Supply Go THE PALACE BARBER SHOP, PARKS & BLATON, Proprietors. Hair Cut .* 25c Shampoo 25c Singe 25 Massag 35 Molves Removed 5c to 35c Shave 15c Sea F*am 10c T«nic 10c Agent for Stamford-Steam Laundry. Basket leaves on Tuesday and returns on Saturday. Sat- isfaction guaranteed. D. A. LINDSEY, Notary Public. A Letter From Kentucky. fcditor of The News, Knox City. I am sending you a descrip- tion of in.y trip to Kentucky, j I left Knox City Thursday, August Gth, came to Wichita Falls, then to Fort Worth,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 28 August 1908

SUMMARY OF THE WEEK A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. ITEMS FOR BUSINESS PEOPLE A Carefully Digested and Condensed Compilation of Current News Domestic and Foreign, The state peniteniatry board Tuesday closed a deal for the Ellis plantation, the consideration being in the neighborhood of $300,000." Policeman Michael 0'Toole was traveling his beat in West Chi- cago Tuesday night when lie was called on to arrest a goat for eat- ing a bunch of flowers and a streamer of crepe that hung from the door knob of a house. Maney Brothers will place a force of men in the field Monday to survey a route from Britton to El Reno, Okla., for an iyterurban line, work to start on the roadbed within sixty days. The El Reno line will conect with the Oklahoma City line now in operation to Guthrie. Gov. Magoon of Cuba lias issued a decree releasing from the custody of a provisional court recently held at Camp Columbia, Corporal Cooper and Private Uwinnoll of the Eighth Cavalry, who...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 28 August 1908

rvfc 1 i i ■mi II Fl i|t ■ i I J: t i i 'í NsflS fl m i f, § íí $ y l i 1 í§ ¿« 8gSSiieSSMeSSS8SS66efii8^S^VN0a8iS3g83S0gS08g8iMe9888gagi8Sa^^ fl. m i § k<¡ I i We are Back from Market % I Our new Fall Goods are arriving daily and we are busy checking | | and arranging stock. We will be ready to show you the latest creations I) from the centres of styles in a short time. ?: V f \ New lines now ready to show are Clothing, Mens Hats, Mens Pants, % tt Neckties, Ladied Collars, Ladies Combs. Come in and see them. I I gí 7r/ i I i ¡S i I j 13MK -sz&zzssasErz w MI ¡^BZSI3B D. A. LI .Fresh Graserias II . . 17 IV. H. Gilbert Watchmaker, Jeweler and Optician. All work Guaranteed. Special attention paid to testing eyes and fitting glasses. Give me a trial. Permanently located with Ezell Bros., Knox City Drs. Gibner & Pope. Offic hovra 10 to 12 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. m. Upstairs in Jen ' tuilcirg, roen i I, 2 and 3. Resident 'Phone Nob. 31 and 62. Offic 'Phon No. 23 The latest improved...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 4 September 1908

I a "i FHE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. Vol. 4. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1908. NO. 33 pui —ion i i 1 mEji ¡j THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK S " FOR SAFETY AND ACCOMMODATIONS " 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 that safe and conservative banking will permit. Make our bank your headquarters when in town. D 1 E. C. Couch, Cashier. IP D J Corner Stone Laying. The Corner Stone Laying of the Methodist Church which was advertised for the 27th of Aug- ust, was postponed until Sep- tember 8th. On this d&te there will be a big Basket Picn:c, at the park. There will be plenty of good lee water, such as no other town o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 4 September 1908

HER GOOD FORTUNE ri v r¡ ÍSJ ¡I kAIL MEN THINKING MANY OF THEM ARE CONSIDER IMG PRESENT DAY CONDI- TIONS* Interesting Figures Given by F. Yoakum in an Interview with a New York Tii Reporter. State Commerce Commission's figures, J ,675,000 employes, and they received $1,075,000,000 as wages, and, aooord ing to Slason Thompson, Btatisttd&n there are only 1,000,000 of both bond and stockholders receiving less than half the amount paid aa wage* "Out of every dollar earned by the railroads the employe gets 42 cents of it in s ages, while the bond and stockholders combined only receive 21 cents out of each dollar, or one half as much as the employe. There- fore, numerically and financially, the employes have by far the greatest in- terest in the railway revenues, and are the ones who are now asking the most pertinent questions. They have more at stake than the owners, and are just as capable of deciding for themselves and taking care of their FOR THE HOT DAYS "Railroad employes, accor...

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

i i I m Cooki 0+t* ^ 4? ¿ }• y y - >> ^4'rf ¿ / i. Ú Íj {>W*' © ir l*tfl i P,'£&£| l'l ¿t V &¿¿ U..1 >W i¿% íu One Week ¿ t nm luuiMjnu^k'^ u >• ■««• • M.tv '-' '.«f í n ibition and Chai 1 Iron, ffísuge ¿wlt. ¿i. & 3>%J •■■rtiorrjti l IWLt K1. ra j[^ fr'K - ^ © 50 Set Of Ware With every Majestjc Range sold during Ibis Cooking Exhibition, we will give ab- solutely free eric handsome set of ware as shown. This ware is worth $7.50 it it is worth v cent. It is the best that er.n be bought. We don't add $7.50 to the price of the range and tell you you are getting the ware free, but sell all Majestic Ranges at the regular price. You get the ware free. Re- member this is for exhibi- tion week only. Ware will not be given after this week This ware is on exhibition at our store, and must be seen to be appreciated. Come in any day during the week. Mare our store headquarters. Have boffee and buscuits with us. r ¡lite is lfl oz .Nickel-Pi atea Copper Tea Kettle-. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 4 September 1908

KNOX COUNTY NEWS I Ai I I B. B. ATTERBURY, Jr.. Editor Published Every Friday Evening. Entered u second-olua mall matter ft Knox City. Texa«, under the act of Congress o I March 3,1870. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Year $1 00 INVARIABLY CASH IN ADVANCE KNOX CITY, TEXAS Castro is a pretty bad man, but It U not believed be can beat the Dutch. In Oregon a Mr. Marrowfat has mar- ried a Miss Pettibone. Clear case ot misalliance. If a flying machine really hai to go anywhere it takes the railroad or 9 Steamboat. One-seventh of the foreign com- merce of Oreat Britain passes through the Suez canal. New York's first "skyscraper" is be- ing torn down to make room for one that really will scrape. You only have to go six miles to And a temperature of 30 degrees below eero. Which way? Up. Same men have all the luck. A Wis- consin man has married a deaf and dumb girl worth $2,000,000. Young Turkey does not propose to grace the festive board of the sultan if it has anything to say in the matter. Good b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 4 September 1908

4U8T A WOMAN'S LITTLE JOKE. H«w It Led to a Suit at Law and Seriou* Complication*. Mrs. Margaret Gatty, one of Brat- tleboro's wittiest society women, planned and enacted a Joke; now uhe Is the defendant in an action at law, while the society of that Vermont city Is awaiting with glee the outcome of the affair, says the Boston Post. It all emanated from a "bright Idea" conceived by Mrs. Gatty and a few of her society friends who had become firmly convinced that James H. Hook- er, attorney and wealthy clubman, was working altogether too hard and need- ed a little diversion to distract him from the arduousness of so busy a summer. One day recently, while the young attorney sat at his desk with papers piled high on each side and an amount of work beside him that promised to keep him in his office into the wee small hours of the night, the telephone at his elbow rang. Taking up the receiver Mr. Hooker listened to the apparently distracted voice of Mrs. Gatty, one of his ac- quaintances....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 4 September 1908

w i I 7 1 ?!AV /"-TV r""r'TT~!T «4.itU<b W- ¿ - # 1 • At Mrr.day en Ai*gv?t 12th, at Mtciinii oí" i.¿o Central West Texas Association of Com- me- Ciaba it was decided to have a Central West Texas ex- hibí \> S'i -v. n at the Abilene, San Antonia ai d Dallas t'airs- A meeting of the Commercial Clubs of Knox county was held ut Munday on Wednesday, Ali- gue. 26th, for the purpose of Jaying plans by which the Knox coui ty exhibit can be obtained and carried to the above named j) I fees. * i :ivj Central West Texas Asso- ciation of Commercial <^lubs of- jferd a premium of $50.00 for the ¿own that has the best exhibit, fend the West T^xas Fair offers a ¿premium of $100.00 for the fcounty that has the best exhibit. jThe plan will be for each town knd county to maintain its per- sonality but the evhibit as a fwhole will be known as the £eñtral West Texas exliibit, and (every county and town in the restrict known as Central West jTexas is urged to join the move- jment. 1 A movement ...

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

WHAT THE TRADE MARK 'MEANS TO THE BUYER Pew people realize the imuortance of the words "Trade Mark" stamped on the goods they buy. If they did it would save them many a dollar spent for worthless goods and put a lot of unscrupulous manufacturers out cf the business. When a manufacturer adopts • trade mark he assumes the entire re- sponsibility for the merit of his prod- uct. He takes his business repo- tion In his hands—out in the lime- light—"on the square" with the buy- er of his goods, with the dealer, and with himself. The other manufacturer—the one who hold^ out "inducements," offer- ing to brand all goods purchased with each local dealer's brand — sidesteps responsibility, and when these infe- rior goods "come baok" it's the local dealer that must pay the penalty. A good example of the kind of pro- tection afforded the public by a trade mark is that offered in connection with National Lead Company's adver- tising of pure White Lead as the best paint material. That the Dutch Bo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 4 September 1908

! f H I * Jl " '5 I ■ 9 r r P i 1 s ':Jj ; J: 1 m I f w L é i p f* I * I I í 1 I' I jfe ■ m ;3 i I n I 11 I from Market | Our new Fall Goods are arriving daily and we are busy checking | I and arranging stock. We will be ready to show you the latest creations | from the centres of styles in a short time. É • I a | New lines now ready to show are Clothing, Mens Hats, Mens Pants, | — - _ m -m mm JT>é 1 Neckties, Ladied Collars, Ladies Combs. Come in and see them. I I I I i I D. A LINDSEYl Fresh Groceries. Notice of Sale. Tiie Statue of Texas. . County of Knox. In Countv Court of Knox Coun- ty. Texas. _ ' \ Sauger Brother*, Plaintiff, vs T. H- Humphries, Defendant. Wher^a , virtue of an exe- cution issued cftxt of the County Court of Knox County, Texas, on a judgement rendered in «aid i Court on the 14th day of July " A. I J. Y.tfr, in favor of the said j Hanger Brother# and against the said T. H. Humphries, No. 14f>, work on 1docket of said Court, I did Guaranteed. Special atten...

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