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

SUMMARY OF THE WEEK A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. ITEMS FOR BUSINESS PEOPLE A Carefully Digested r.nd Condenes:! Compilation of Current News Domestic and Foreign. The eleventh annual convention of the Texas Spiritualists' Association convened in Dallas Friday. The survey of the proposed Waco, Temple and Merlin intcurban began Saturday iiK^|iing out of Tempi*. C. B. Searbrough, aged r><> years, for nianv years a citizen of Abilene, fell dead Saturday morning as a re- sult of a stroke of apoplexy. As a result of an explosion of a gun on a French armored cruiser Wednesday thirteen men are dead and many ofhers seriously injured. > Leslie Carter, at one time capital- ist. and president of the South Side Klevated Railroad Company of Chi- cago, died at his home in that city Friday. F. I). Robertson, of Cleveland, owner of the St. Louis National baseball team, street car promoter and capitalist, died suddenly at his home Friday. The controller of the ...

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

Kt I j I .K ■ i i W1 mm IwffaE Í STaBBCST Wm. CAMERON & COMPANY, Incorporated LUMBER AND PAINTS J knox city, texr8 Knox City is the largest town J in the world to its size. Letter to Sheriff Reeves Benjamin Texas. It seems that President Roose-1 DcarSir: You " interested velt and MrHearat have "put m the prosperity of your town, their feet in it',! I You can contribute to it materi- ally, and give it a far more pros- Luis Powers of the Benjamin perous look at the same time. Post was over last Saturday and Perhaps the jtoblic property Sunday. needs a good coat of paint. In Kansas they say the tem- perature changed 40 degrees in 16 minutes. They surely bor- rowed that weather from Texas. Devoe will supply that coat with two-thirds of the number of gallons repuired of any other. Devoe will last twice as long a* any other. Devoe is all paint ant full-measure. Devoe is the strongest pant known. Devo< Successful business depends I will take care of the property, ir upon three thing...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 2 October 1908

s. r B McCarty Bros High Grade Clothing. ji Special Hats, kerchiefs. "Men*s Furnishings Walk-over Standard Shoes. Stetson Lion Shirts. Collars. Cuffs. Neckwear. Hand- Underwear. Hose. Suspenders. Gloves. Trunks, Suit-cases and Traveling Bags. n 8 Bros Outfitters for Men and Boys'' ! Knox City as still moving. She took the first premium at thei Abilene Fair which was $50.00; awarded tc Capt Goree for best corn. Machines! Machines!! See Jee Pate for that famous White .Sewing Machine. .Also dealer in first class furniture and undertakers supplies. — Joe Pate, Knox*City. A party of our young folks had «delightful little party dance last Friday night. It was chaper- oned 'by Mr & MrsF. E. Adams Mr & Mrs Geo. Petty, Mr & Mrs charie Shaw Mr & Mrs Mead. Theve were in all about l&couples and they all declared it ;a most enjoyable little party. Too many young men of this age are ministering to the needs of the back and the belly to the neglect of the head i. e. beef and br...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 2 October 1908

IB ' . o i.v i i j i I t KNOX COUNTY NEWS E. B. ATTERBURY. Jr.. Editor Published Every Friday Evening. Entered as se ond-cl s mall matter at Knox City. Texaa, under the act of congrega ol March 3.187 . SUBSCRIPTION PRICK: One Year H ^ INVARIABLY CASH IN ADVAKCB t YAQUISAREONWAfi PATH AMERICAN* ARE WARNED NOT TO ENfER OR 8ELL FIRE ARMS TO YAUQUI8. KNOX CITY, TEXAS A million lor cent for graft. turnpikes, but not a HORRIBLE CRIMES COMMITTED In those modern days the "raging of the dog star" is not taken Slrlus-ly. A million for cent for graft. turnpikes, but not « In these modern days the "raging of the dog star" is not taken Slrlus-ly. Castro is defiant. So was the bull that tried to throw the locomotive off the track. "Some men ought been born," says the quirer. How true! never to have Philadelphia In- Indiana steer ate dynamite; enraged owner threw a brick at him. Much noise. Result, a bum steer. The water, human says a body is scientist, 75 per cent, the other 23 per cent, being sp...

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

"MOVE ON— MOVE ON" By MORGAN SHEPARD (Copyright, by tiboruttury Pub. Co.) The shattering "Morning of the Earthquake" and the after days of flame and chaos had become memo- ries only in our turmoil of untimed work and feverish re-adjustment. Bread and canned goods were plenti- ful while the embers of our city cooled, and there was promise, too, i'or time for rest, and time to gath- er our scattered faculties—but still ve hungered, our canned and pick- led stomachs cried out for fresh green stuff, and the gnawing ache was worse than thirst and more re- lentless. The red wreckage of } cilv was gridironed by scars that vepr-vent- ed streets and all stretched smoul- dering under a pall of sulphur-hs^d mist. The consuming harvMt of the flame had passed, but an aftermath of ashes remained to testify that "man was but dust," and tu ashes idhould return. Here and there a vicious jet of fire spurted upward with a hiss of triumph in searching out and find- ing some hidden chaff to deal with as...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 2 October 1908

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 9 October 1908

THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. Vol. 4. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNT!, r V V v! FRIDAY. OCTOBER 9, 1908. NO. 38 i THE FIRST NATIONAL SANK FOR SAFETY" AND ACCOMMODATIONS to When it comes to the ques- tion of a bank connection, every ohe who has given the subject serious thought is aware of the advantages derived. 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? Our experience in banking ei ables us to to meet your needs and render prompt and efficient service. Call at our bank when in town. We welcome person- al calls and assure you that any assistance we are able to render will gladly be giv- en you. E. C. COUCH, CASHIER. . Jordon-Edward*. Mr Pink Edwards and Miss Jorden were married at the home of the brides parents at Dublin last week. Mr Edwards is one of our most popular young men and has been manager of the elevater of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 9 October 1908

I t I if Wit™ ■ . if jBfev? ra*. {4: iv;; ■' ■ m ]■ fe,!.C ' ' • Srpi M I ¡M pbf' m 'w IIÍIÍb ' „ 1 IRr,: ,J jKB^Pf1 w.-! ;%• Í 1 *• C4fel ' VI r I Í* V-f | > ' i| •; ;, i ¡ I . A8 PREPARED IN GERMANY. Apple Dumpling* Declared to Be For. fection of Cookery. To one pound sifted flour add the slightly beaten yolks of two eggs, a half level teaspoonful Bait, and enough water to mix into a batter. Take care not to use more water than Is neces- sary, as the dough must be firm enough to hold Its form when dropped Into cold water. Stir the batter well, until smooth, then add four small ap- ples cut into small cubes' and mix thoroughly. Have ready a pot of rap- idly boiling salted water. Drop the batter in by the spoonful and boil without stopping, from 20 to 30 min- utes, according to size. Stir around once or twice so that none will adhere to the bottom of the pot. Then cover up again. Take out one by one, and cut in even slices. Have ready a pan of hot butter, drop in each slice and b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 9 October 1908

TEXAS NEWS ITEMS ✓ C. L. Davis shot and mortally wounded Arthur Clemer Sunday at Putnam, Clemer dying in a few hours. M. N. Kinnard, a white man, shot and killed Jim Siekey, an Indian, it liis residence in Lexington at 1100:1 Sunday. Manual Salazer, a ti)-year-old Mex- ican shot and killed himself early Monday morning at liis home in San Antonio. Denison's thirtieth monthly Sales Day Show and Agricultural exhibit which will he held next Saturday, promises io eclipse all previous ef- forts. Dr. J. 0. Dysart and family who have been in Ennk for several wtvks left Tuesday in their SO-horsepower automobile for tluir home iu Los Angeles. A big elephant belonging to a cir- cus eluded his keeper Tuesday morn- ing in Corsicana about -1 o'clock and took a stroll over a part of tbo city before its abaence was detected. Fire Saturday night destroyed the grain house of the Walker Urain Company of Fort Worth, with a loss of $35,000 on grain and $<000 on the building. The residence of H. P. Dr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 9 October 1908

.v 91 • •.. -tmt r—*.v -"MM ! • Éi %;' ..1 t r fir ■ I I nraii'lif ' ■: ' i! -r l ■ I •nrrr^.. •: —^T-rrrr-.-r-^-:: "TTisrzcas -r - Wm. CAMERON & COMPANY, Incorporated LVMBEK AND PAIOT S s - ' : - s KNOX CH Y, TKXRS kJ >v. •.. .'-w t - - *- • • • All kinds of window glass at i Ezell Bros. Dr J. H. Brice has purchased a new ball bearing buggy. If you want window glass we have it.—Ezell Bros. Little Mr Potts is on the sick list this week. ¡I) kf ?• Í ! ONOGRAPH Mrs W. K. Puye spent several cays in Benjamu. last week. W. N. Reynolds vs^ted Rule this week. When needing sewi; g of any kind, phone 59. Mrs Collins little baby died Monday. Miss Johnson of Benjamin visited relatives in the Citp this week. mnnn mnii ven to V? ';.r wy, v *ri riirciiaser IS !■«& oj' th aYW% "fl Wk X %txil i*tfn in «¡¿OUAjU ash! R. D. Walls new residence on Colonel Heights is nearing com- pletion. FOR SALE-Two full blood white Leghorn cocks. Apply to C. L. Ezeii. Coffee, sugar, cottolene, apples onion...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 9 October 1908

We have white lawns, mulls and 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., «1 IU I ■ ; ■ Pi .} ■$ '■ ta ti ■- a i i y Mr Bate¿ of west of town is very sick this week and it was with the sencer of his physician Dr Brice wfto spent ail oí Mon- day n ght with him that he non- aged to live through the night. We are very sorry to learn of the death of one of our best citizens, Mr Bates, of west of town. We extend our heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved family ana triends. J. A. C. Sweat of near town called to see us Wednesday and made a report on his trip to Ken- tucky. He reports a grand time and that every thing is all rignt back in the old State. D. A. LINOSEV, Notary Public. C. E. Bailey, DENTIST Office over Farmer State Bank Permanently Located John H. Brice, M. D PHYSISI AN and SURGEON I— Office ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 9 October 1908

i fi i 8 KNOX COUNTY NEWS I * r : if E. B. ATTERBURY. Jr.. Editor Published Erery Friday Erenlng. Entered u eeond-clM* nuil matter tt Knox City. Tiiu, under the act of tongree ol March 3.187 . SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: ' One Year invariably cash in advance KNOX CITY, TEXAS Hymn-Writers. It la an American babtt for the fam- ily to group about the piano once a week and sing hymns, each member calling for his favorites among the 60 or more which he knows by heart. Of all forms of literature, the words of hymns have the widest appeal, and the ordinary man can remember more hymn-tunes than all the other com- plete tunes he can muster. The hymn- writer is thus the most popular of all artists who express themselves in words and melodies. Yet he frequently remains obscure. The people who know his songs do not remember him. Even persons who know the words and the music of scores of hymns will confess that they never looked In the hymnal to see who wrote them. It was the good fortune of the late Ir...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 9 October 1908

O! * ■r' CHotto, dipping his pencil In ro<| paint and using his elbow as a pi rot, had Just drawn a perfect circle. "See his fine Italian hand!" ex« ■claimed the enthusiastic bystanders. Thereafter, as we learn from the cyclopedias, Giotto moved in the most «xcluslve art circles. A Great Educational Work Is now being done by the manufactur- ers of K. C. Baking Powder. They are giving away a beautiful cook book to ■every one of our lady readers. Write for it to-day. It Is worth $5 to any housekeeper. See ad. in another part •of this pfiper. Perils. "Isn't there danger," said the timid man, "of dropping things from an air- ship on the people below?" "That ien't the worst," answered the •candid inventor. "You're lucky if the ■whole airship doesn't fall on you." Happy. Mrs. Newlywed—My husband ad- mires everything about me; my voice, my eyes, my form, my hands! Friend—And what do you admiro -about him? Mrs. Newlywed—His good taste. To Our Lady Readers. Send to-day to Jaques Manufactu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 9 October 1908

r • i 1 *a- ft* ««ml i IHfÁifí. i vm- í 1 whs1 i ■f,} I «f!i v n - <-, ., '1 k $ é ':Mmt ; . HEKJX . ■■. • '■ T?1 R N t Was a great success and our Millinery department wishes to thank its many patrons for its liberal support. We are turning out some beautiful patterns in ladies head gear and at ex- s 1 tremely low prices if you haven't supplied your wants. Be sure and give our millinery department a ¡call and we will surely please your head and Pocket-book Our ladies tailored suit department is meeting with a big success. If we haven't your size in our stock of samples we will take your measure and have it made exactly to your meas- - I ' „ -.r. . ure and guarantee a fit. Prices range from $1 5X)0 up. f ■■ - Our ladies cloaks are all winners and at prices that win certainly make you "SIT UP AND tAKE NOTICE" * v vj Come in and get your Pick Sack at "Pick Sack Price" —TT : - U' D. A. Lindsey .Fresh Groceries.. PHONE . . 17 j. R. BRADBERRY.... GENERAL BLACKSMITH ...Permanently Loca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 16 October 1908

10*. r. jc ¿■■srtjh' >*■ THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. Vol. 4. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1908. NO. 39 H- THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK FOR SAFETY 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 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? Our experience hi banking enables us to to meet your needs and render prompt and efficient service. Call at our bank when in town. We welcome person- al calls and assure you that any assistance we are able to render will gladly be giv- en you. E. C. COUCH, CASHIER. n Merry Wives, Last Week. The Merry Wives met with Mrs. Couch Thursdav afternoon, on account of other events in town only a few were present. The ladies were very busy but found time to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 16 October 1908

T SUMMRf OF IE WEEK A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. ITEMS FOR BUSINESS PEOPLE A Carefully Digested end Condensed Compilation of Current News Domestic and Foreign. Tltc advance guard of the League ¡of American sportsmen lias arrived [for the National convention, which {will convene in Laivton Monday. \ The farmers arc strongly guard- ing the gins throughout the Dublin ruction because of the warnings post- ed by supposed night riders recently. ; Two cows were found in a pasture Í í T. W. Parkhitl of Caldwell with heir horns looked and they had been n this condition for at least ten days. ] Fire, probably by an incendiary, paused the loss of 300 bales of cotton felt Brooksmith Sunday morning and also destroyed the platform and two strings of Frisco freight cars. N. W. Mitchell, editor of the Yoa- kum Herald, died at his home in Yoakum at 2 o'clock Sunday after- noon. Deceased had resided in that city for ihe last fifteen years. Four-person* were killed and two...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 16 October 1908

COUNTRY 18 REAL AMERICA. Great Cities Do Not Worthily Repre- sent the Nation. One of those sent to the couttry this j summer by a New York fresh-air mis- sion was a 14-year-old Hungarian boy. His parents, when they came to America, had remained in the city where they landed. They lived In squalid poverty. The father, mother and four children all slept in a small room lighted by a single window open- ing on a foul-smelling alley. The boy played in the streets, and had to dodge the club of the policeman who strove to keep order in the over- crowded district. In the country he found the open fields to play in, with no policeman to interfere. He saw the people friendly, helpful and sympathetic, living their live in comfort and independence. "When I get home I'll tell them I've found the real America," ho remarked one day. He was not far from the truth. The America which has drawn hundreds of thousands from the countries of Eu- rope is not the America which they find in the densely popul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 16 October 1908

J*Sv-«, -- M m¡ 1 ÍSMfo ..1 m M i J Wg'W te i«V : ' . - n Bsag.J imM I lifíl >ín| JhríK- fl bpwíBEI :l i ® ^Mií (:>i:r j lilllf KS;<£5¿;ÍJ; wkmM Hi • / 11M ■ ■:,• a •; |,¿ s zzsr. LUMBER AND PAIPT1S & COMPANY, Incorporated KNOX CTl Y, THXRS B^EI 1 i H 1 í II MISUNDERSTOOD. I have gathered from various sources that our Baptist Mission- ary Association people are badly misunderstood, abroad especial- ly. We have been misrepresent- ed so much by the enemies of our body that in some places in the South we are looked upon as Gospel Missioners. We have been published as such for years We have been compared and paralleled with the Arkansas General Association, which does not deny being Gospel Mission, wi.en there is no more similarity between the two constitutions than between night and day. The term "church party and "board party" as applied in Texas is understood py a great many people as meaning that the Baptist Missionary Associa- tion of Texas is opposed to Boards, aNd th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 16 October 1908

J—0 I II HIM —01 Mexico Where the Millionaires Comes From! The Land of Opportu- Pins made-out oI Real Roses nities. 40 Acres Fruit and Agricultu- ral Land and a town lot aliTfor $200.00 V-j $ $10 down, $5 monthly—No inter- est. Be indepenclant—own land. Buy land—An inheritance—Put it under cultivation—Haue something coming in. h i i Write for our free booklet on Mex- ico. ; W. M. SANDIFER A. Ure I line olul- l«*d ii nil Mount r*LLIlCO Real Rose Hat Pins «¿.-¿a I2S22D J THE PALACE BARBER SHOP, PARKS & SHAW, Proprietors. Hair Cut : .....25c Shampoo 25c Singe 25 c Massag - 35 Mol ves 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. It does not seem possible, yet it Is true, that these Hat Pins are made out of real live roses, changed entirely into metal by asecretprocess,preserving every de- tail of the rose from which each pin is made. They can not break, and wil 1 last...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 16 October 1908

KNOX COUNTY NEWS E. B. ATTERBDRY. Jr., Editor I I If:,:. I P- j fe# j I • ! Ifer. Published Erery Friday Erentng. Entered m seoond*cUHa mall matter At Kuox City. Texaa, under tl e act of Congres ol Marob 3.WTO. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE; Ono Year ■ H INVARIABLY CASH IN ADVANCE KNOX OITYr~ ' * * TEXAS ENGLAND'S SECRETARY ADMITS FAVORABLE RECEPTION OF RUSSIA'S REQUE8T. r I TEXAS NEWS ITEMS Interstate Commerce Commis- sion at Washington iia.s not decided when it will go to Austin for the purpose of hearing testimony in the Texas rate case. Tuesday was a big day with our Orinan fellow citizens. It was the two hundred and twonty-sixth anni- versary of the landing of the first German emigrants at Germantown, now a part of Philadelphia. The land end of the state treasury department has upward of 00,000 accounts on its tiibSks, that Is, there are that number of individual pur- chasers of state lands now paying off the purchase price and also the in- terest. In a runaway accident which happened at ...

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