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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 18 September 1908

THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. Vol. 4. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, Tí <U)AY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1908. NO. 35 ■ ■ 8 i ■ i -.i ívatt.vfuarr s*r\ - 'T'jrrjt m J. Ü. G. Club. The J. U. G Club met with] Miss Grace Anderson last 'Fri- day evening. The «ame indulg- ed in was "forty-two." r,!':;-c- Arte Pi ingle and Brunette Wo; < i received highest score and the . cut for the prize in wlrdi Art'.; Pringle.way. the in kv or. . She received a beautiiV eh ¡v. skin and Mi. Ii< r.ry Etta. .V<- Laiu won the consolaron priz.? Dainty refreshments of ere >■ and cake were served to the i'o - lowing* guests: Mioses Pearl; Reeder. ¥< ungs, Lena E:dow, Alice and Henry Etta IdcLain, Brunette Wood, \ aughn Clarke. Arte and Kate Priwgle, Grac. Anderson, and liesdames Ezelí, Adams and Conditt.. The Club adjourned to meet with .Miss Pe jri Reeder next Monday evening. Camp's Comedy Company w-ill give an entertainment in Knox City Friday and Saturday night. Mr. Camp is a native Texan and has been touring the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 18 September 1908

• f i Night Sweats & Cough, for broken heart - , a _ — - If jl I V it I i 1 i J V B. W. Walton, Condr. S. P. ¿J-, 717 Van Ness St., 8aa Antonio, Tex., writes > ♦*Daring the rammer and fell of 1902, my annoyanc* from catarrh reached that etage where it was actual misery and developed alarming symp- toms, snch as a very deep-seated cough, Bight sweats, and pains in the head and chost. I experimented with several so- called remedies before I finally decided to take a thorough course of Peruna. "Twoof my friends had gone so far as to inform me that the thing for me to do was to resign my position and seek a higher, morecongenialclimate. Every- one thought I had consumption and I was not expected to live very long. "Having procured some Peruna, I de- cided to give it a thorough test and ap- pliod myself assiduously to the task of taking it, as per instructions, In the meas time. "The effects were soon apparent, ail alarming symptoms disappeared and my general health became fully a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 18 September 1908

USING UP COLD VEGETABLES. Appetizing Dishes Can Be Prepared from Left-Overs. Cold vegetables should never be thrown away. They can be used In a number of appetizing wayB. For exam- ple, they may be rubbed through a Bleve and used for thickening soup. Potatoes mashed very finely, or rubbed through a wire sieve, so that there can be no hard lumps, can be used In such a variety of ways. Mix a little well beaten esg and milk with them and pepper and salt to flavor, and a little grated cheese, and bake In a well greased pie dish in a fairly hot oven. Mixed with the beaten egg only, Into a still paste, they can be formed into balls covered with egg and bread crumbs, and eith- er baked on a tin In the oven or fried till a golden brown, and so make a most appetizing looking dish. Some- times cheese may be mixed with the bread crumbs In which they are dipped before baking. Supposing there is so little as to seem hardly worth saving, mix what Is left with an equal quantity of flour, add a lit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 18 September 1908

i! i! ! '4 1 ¡ [i :5- b I M1 ■ i •zzsn ■2H2RÍ Á. N. Deering & Co THE NZW CONCERN AT CARNEY, TEXAS. We wish to call your attention to our mammoth stock of Gener i Merchandise at Carney, Texas. We handle the Leudinghaus wag- ons in various styles best suited to farm use. In passenger vehicleo, surries.and buggies, we have a well selected aock of the celebrated Yale Ball Bearing. This line is one of the very best made, a line built up- on scientific principals with the three . fold aim of duribility, comfort and being the easiest to pull. A care- ful examination will prove the un- disputed merits of this line. In har- ness we handle the very best Texas Products. Our line of Dry Goods and clothing is one of the most com- plete ever shown in Western Texas. In hardware, queensware, cuttlery and stoves our line is complete. Our grocery department contains excep- tional values of clean new eatables, such as will appeal to the buyer de- siring quality. We invite you to call and examine o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 18 September 1908

a I D McCarty Bros km r r • i • 99 \ i a 1Men's Furnishings" High Grade Clothing. Walk -over Standard Shoes. Stetson Lion Special Hats. Shirts. Collars. Cuffs. Neckwear. Hand- kerchiefs. Underwear. Hose. Suspenders. Gloves. Trunks, Suit-cases and Traveling Bags. n D D i McC <€ Bros Outfitters for Men and Boys" D I U THE FiRST NATIONAL BANK** D 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. E. C. Couch, Cashier. ■ D I D D Rev. Crockett's new residence is nearing competition. Attorney McGuire of Haskell was in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 18 September 1908

KNOX COUNTY NEWS Jf i ii I J v ■ & * i r 4 ii E. B. ATTERBURY, Jr., Editor Published Erery Friday Evening. Entered u eeond-cl«*« mall matter at Kooi City. Tezaa, under the act of t'ongrea ol March 3. 1879. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Year ^ INVARIABLY CA8H IN ADVANCE KNOX CITY, . . TEXAS Travel. From tb« laya of Herodotus and Marco Polo, travel has been recog- s!eed as an educative and civilizing experience. A year on the continent of Europe is considered the best pos Bible "finishing" erarse for English and American youth whose parent can afford it; but It Is not so com- monly perceived that a great and val- uable advance is steadily going on in tbis country by virtue of the inter- change of visitors between north and south and east and west. It is a commonplace that the United States presents great diversity of climate, and that it has been peopled from many different nations, of widely vary- ing habits of life and thought Such a diversity of elements united in one national entity...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 18 September 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 Newt Domestic and Foreign. A general election for state, coun- ty and congressional officers was hold in Arkansas Monday. The weather was fine and a heavy vote was cast. The report comes from Conway, Ark., that a white farmer of that neighborhood had killed his wife Thursday and then made his escape. The St. Vincent, the largest and heaviest battleship ever built for the British navv, was launched success- fully at Portsmouth, Thursday. The color line was drawn Thurs- day at Highland Park College, Des Moines, Iowa, when President O. II. Langwell dismissed every colored student and announced that no more would be admitted. Shipping bound for West India ports has been wiarned not to venture into the Gulf for two or three days. The weather bureau gives warning of a hurricane of great violence oft Turks Island off the Culian co...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 18 September 1908

I ■ I M 33 i f ' Ml I ■IP ■i X j II If U I I I I I; I Sg 1 I 5É I I' • K ' ^^'iS^S^V8 íaíS8Ki8ggíg8gg88ííS88 Sg!í08%!S¿55^ 5536S=55^\\\Vi!SSífifi«fií®8®^ \\V iKS^í^^ 5¿ £5 ft; Ü I I I I ihePlanibehind the Suif II # as ii ;•>* J hi IÍ .'.;■<•:'•; 1 •;.: m ATTENTION! is now in order for your Fall and Winter suit. We sell the famous Schwab Specials and guar- A . antee them in every way, quality of fabric, workmanship and style. ''■•■:■ rd of one A. W óf our coats eoki $15J'* % bt. down, v;e will make it good. We have our Fall Line now ready to show.... I ■ II —111 r— w vatM'.- ' Ol• V •MkWJIU'MiVMMI r¿T ' A*TWt«.*.< TT\V MRWnWMItBI We are also agents for the largest and best tailors in the west, M. Born & Co., and W. T. Brownridge & Co. And if we can't get you a perfect fit we don't ask you to accept it.... i fc'i i I IVI Our Milliners are here and hard at work get- ting ready for our opening which v/e will an- nounce m ¡he near future.... F. E. Adams & Co ¿j H ü ©...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 25 September 1908

¡'¡i THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. Vol. 4. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, Q THE FiRST NATIONAL BANK FOR SAFETY AND AÜCOMMODATIONS 0 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. I E. C. Couch, Cashier. D J HOME MISSION SOCIETY M. E. CHURCH. The United States holds in its midst a native born Dopulation of nearly 9,000,000 that will al- ways be deemed an alien peo- ple. Separate the negro will ever be from the white race by every racial instinct and trait of mind and character—not only must tbi« race distinction be preserved bu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 25 September 1908

KNOX COUNTY NEWS r > i I E. B. ATTERBURY, Jr.. Editor Published Every Friday Evening. Entered u second-class mail matter at Knox City, Tezaa, under the act of C'ongreea ol March 3.18TO. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Year '1 INVARIABLY CA8H IN ADVANCE EXAMINERS ARE SCORED CONTROLLER MURRAY CALL8 AT- TENTION TO DEFICIENCIES N VIGOROUS MANNER. KNOX CITY, .... TEXAS 6nakes Diagnosed Editorially. Ever since Adam was a bridegroom, and a certain celebrated, but not be- loved, snake made trouble In the fam- ily and caused him to lose his farm and gardens, snakes have been un- popular in Adam's family. If the snake had never been in the Garden of Eden eoo, probably we could be roaming around yet on a perpetual va- cation, with nothing to do but eat fruit and pick flowers. We folks who have to work and dig around eight or ten, hours a day can never quite for- give the snake for putting us out ol the paradise palm garden, says the Baltimore Sun. It was worse than the civil war. Never since that l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 25 September 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 New* Domestic and Foreign. A& a result of a gas explosion at Pittsburg, Pa., Friday, two persons are dead and a score seriously in- jured. H. C. MeLwaith, son of Mrs. G. H. Bickhain of Dallas was killed Friday night by falling from a train at Houston. For the twenty-four hours ending at noon Tuesday there have been re- ported in St. Petersburg 2-10 caries of cholera and six deaths. A special session of the sixty-fifth general assembly of Indiana conven- ed Friday under the call from Gov- ernor .1. Frank Hanlv. Arrangements are being completed for the National Irrigation Congress and International Exposition to be held at Albuquerque, X. M., Septem- ber 29 to October 10. i Mrs. M. A. Kersey of Childress, aged 50, while asleep earlv Tuesday morning, walked off the second story balcony of a west side hotel in Fort Worth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 25 September 1908

EK ■ ■ 1 1® í I bl- ; I ' 1 I I ! 1 Si □ FALL OPEMNG □ We draw the Curtain on Exclusive Exhibits of Fashionable Fall Garments, Fabrics" • . ✓ and Requisites.:.:. We have assembled the greatest stocks of the finest, most styl-' ish, most facinating merchandise during all of our years of re- tailiug. The store is in gala attire and stocks are attractively arranged for your viewing. Your presence tp the leading style function of the year is cordially requested^ We await your judgment. Every department is flush with fresh new Fall goods. The garment store contains the latest conceptions of New York and Paris style ideas in suits, coats, skirts,; waists, etc. The Silks and Dress Goods department presents a multi-colored ar- ray of fabrics, loveliness of vari-weaves. The Millinery section is abloom with beatiful hats. The men's store was never so well stocked. The shoe store is wonderful. "Completeness" is the keynote in every department. Every good garment, style, promising color and wea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 25 September 1908

&«! ■^r\- ■; ' ?■; - I | . ¿fit ammfi . m Pr:spectors are live wires in knox City these days. In the prohibition election in Hamiltion county week before last the antis carred by a major- ity of 73 votes. Knox City leads every town on the Orient for new residences and all good substantial ones. Gome and see if you don't believe it. Earl S. Hendrick is editor of the Hornett a new paper at Chil- icothe. The paper is well edited Étnd carries a large volume of ad- vertising. The Anson Enterprise is a new paper published at Anson by W G Thomas and F A Lardney. It'is a newsy paper and is well patrcnized. The knockers are beginning to learn that Knox City is no place for them and their ulaces are being lapidly filled by good sub- stantial citizens. As soon as another election can be held for the purpose of incorporating the town, if we expect to incorporate, now is the time to begin preparing for it. The Fluvanna Herald is one of the best weeklies that comes to our desk. And the advert...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 25 September 1908

: If. I' I f ¡.♦"ÍÍ St > 8a? ' giijff NKft :iv D McCarty Bros un/t >_ r • >> i Ü D I Men's Furnishings High Grade Clothing. Walk-over Standard Shoes. Stetson Lion Special Hats. Shirts. Collars. Cuffs. Neckwear. Hand- kerchiefs. Underwear. Hose. Suspenders. Gloves. Trunks, Suit-cases and Traveling Bags. McCarty Ems D D a Outfitters for Men and Boys" D J. R. BRADBERRY.... GENERAL BLACKSMITH ....Permanently Located First Class Work of all Kinds. Horse-shoeing a Specialty. .. Your Business Solicited Rev Conway prer.ched at the Baptist church to. a large conge- gation Friday Saturday and Sun- day.' • E C Couch and & B Warren made a buisness trip to Carney Tuesday. From Knox City to Munday. The Editor in conversation with Mr Fowler of near town a f,w days ago was informed by him that as soon as the light plant was established he was go- ing to put in an electric line from Knox City to Munday. He also informed us that the line would make a circuit through the main frontier ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 25 September 1908

"REAL ESTATE" ATTERBURY" SPECIAL BARGAINS I have some Bargains in city lots... I have a Bargoin in a nice residence to trade for horses, mules or cattle... I have some Bargains in improved or unim- proved land on easy terms... See me if you want to Buy, Sell or Exchange your real estate... ATTERBURY" "REAL ESTATE" : I 1 I • "C- I « ?. V I * , > S i I I I I I f j.K I A ' ¡1^ m* Sale of "Hiawatha." On the 17th day of July 1908 the State of Texas, through, and by her representative. Hon. Pat M. Neff, county attorney of Mc Lennan county filed a petition in theNineteeth district court at Waco, asking for an injunction restrainig R. S. Gaddy from selling intoxicating liquors in the town of McGregor in said county. One of the beverages alleged to have been sold by Gaddy to be an intox- icant was "Hiawatha" a light beer manufactured by the Hous- ton lee and Brewing Company of Houston. The court commenced taking testimony Monday morn ing and after listening to the legal arguments decided ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 25 September 1908

ORDER IN THE KITCHEN. •HE GOT HER MAN—HAPPY. I ~XVOlL RISK « I BUYING PAINT. I 5 I J low Time and Labor May Ba Savc4 In Preparing Meals. Order Is like every other quality of character—good In moderation, but ai bad in the extreme as its lack. T | average woman finds It restful to havi a place for everything, but the dange; la la having Inconvenient places. If the kltohen la large enough, It is best to have one table or sink for the prepa- ration of vegetables only, another for deaaerts and one oilcloth covered place for fixing meats, polishing knlv s and other dirty work. The pans and knives used especially for each of these three operations should be huug or atowed within easy reach of that, particular corner, together with tho condiments and dry groceries used. Then use laboratory methods in cook- ing preparations. Try to preparJ only one dish at a time for the stove. Begin by getting all your materials to- gether, as, for Instance, the flour, but' ter, eggs and spices fo cake and...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 25 September 1908

TEXAS NEWS ITEMS News ha«* been received that the young son of D. King of Mi lies view was killed by a train at Blanket Tues- day night. John Olson of Temple was elec- trocuted early Sunday morning in Fort Worth, by accidentally taking hold of a live wire. Murch March of San Angelo has *>ld to L. F. Wilson of Wichita Falls 1,000 head of 2 and 3 year old steers at the average price of $4. Mrs. S. P. Cranfils of Houston early Tuesday morning accidentally «hot and seriously wounded her hus- band, mistaking him for a robber. Francisca Martinez, a young Mex- ican woman, adjudged insane, was found dead in the county jail at San Antonio Sunday morning. Henry Stewart, who was known as the oldest negro in that part of the State, died Tuesday night in Mount Pleasant. He claimed to be lit) years old. Interest payments by the purchas- ers of state pubtic free school lands due November 1, arc already pouring into the treasury at Austin in a steady, stream.. The new Stanta Fe liaiway Em- ploye...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 25 September 1908

i&vvT ¡¿taw . . r,« i i 9 | :'W H 1 • hi M 9 r ;.I ' ■I í i* # 1 I? 10 1 I .7: ■ ■ M K B I i ' . MVP ; 23 j Hi8&v <; , v.; "• ,1 V'Z /ic-iWW rf/rrrrr / . ' \ a \ \ ' " \~r 7 /7 / //// ' //A \\\\\ \ /V/V ' v\\\\ //, WAV//////// N\\ Vy \\\W*Z. Our Grand Opening! OCTOBER 1st •> 1908! Our Opening of Fall and Winter Dry Goods and Millinery will be on .1 =i= 8 And will be an occasion to see all that is chic and natty in Fall and Winter Styles of Milli- nery and Dry Goods.... % Our Millinery department will have on displays the very latest, both in American and Par- 3a * K • • I isian patterns.... É You an I are one and all invited to attend our Grand Opening and we will do our best to make | you enjoy your visit. Remember the date, Thursday, October 1st. D. A. Lin -Fresh Grades. PHONE . . 17 W. 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., Kn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 2 October 1908

THE COUNTY NEWS. Vol. 4. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1908. NO. 37 ■ ■ m THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK FORSAFETY AND ACCOMMODATIONS When it comes to the ques- tion of a bank connection, every one who has given the subject serious thought is aware of the advantages derived. Our experience in banking enables us to to meet your needs and render prompt and efficient service. Our banking business is conducted conservatively, yet liberally, so that we can assure you safety of fnnds. Economical and systematic management places us in a position to render favorable terms to patrons. Are you a patron? Call at our. bank when in town. We welcome person- ¿1 calls and assure you that any assistance we are able to render will gladly be giv- dn you. E. C. COUCH, CASHIER. .■XM J-, 'if i ■ .TV,. i J. U. G. Club. The J. U. G. Club met with the Misses McLains on Tuesday last. The game of the evening was 42. Misses Grace Anderson and Arte Pringle winning the high score. In cutting for the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 2 October 1908

IN A YOKOHAMA THEATER. REASON FOR EXERCISING. I - J '•f I H I I I I I I / pi1., The Plays Last All Day, and Some- times Two. Before leaving Yokohama, I weut to the theater, which certuinly was unlike anything I had ever seen be- fore, writes Lady Randolph Churchill, in the Centnry. We sat on the floor of our so-called box, and hnd tea like tho crowd. And such a crowd! It was and endless source of Interest and "Are you trainin' for a race, Jlm- amusenu-nt to watch them, whole fam- rale?'* liles—mother-in-law and daughters-ln-' "Naw, we're goin' to have meat for law, children of all ages, and parents dinner to-day an' I'm gettin' up an ap- or different generations, fathers, sons Petite." and grandsons. All had their dinners Style Requires Dash. "I wish I had as many clothes as my bachelor girl friend," said tho im- pecunious girl. "She always is get- wilh them. Little trays were pro- duced—tiny boxes full of rice, bowls containing weird foodstuffs, pink, white and green; seaweed on ri...

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