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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 16 October 1908

=■ Light1=1 Freights By XV. W. JACOBS Hard Labor (Copyright, i>odd# Stead Company.) Police Constable C 49 paced slowly up Wapping High street in the cool of the evening, The warehouses were closed and the street almost denuded of traffic. He addressed a short and stern warning to a couple of youths struggling on the narrow pavement and pointed out—with the toe of his hoot—the underslrability of the curb- stone a3 a soat to a small maiden of Ave. With his white gloves in his hand he swung slowly along, monarch of all he surveyed. His complacency and the air with which he stroked his red mustache aud side-whiskers were insufferable. Mr. Charles Pinner, ship's fireman, ■whose bosom friend C 49 had pinched, to use Mr. Pinner's own expressive phrase, a week before for causing a crowd to collect, eyed the exhibition with sneering wrath. The Injustice of locking up Mr. Johnson, because a crowd of people whom he didn't know from Adam persisted in obstructing the pathway had reduced Mr. P...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 16 October 1908

Q i I I :í; I ■ | 1 I H I i \NDIS When 1 was in market a salesman id, "Adams the best thing 1 can wL'* you is a & ;cl Fall. The good fall is on its* way and it is tin e you should p*y attention to your fall apparel. Ill ladies suits we se 11 the Famous Swas T lored suits and Palmer Garments prices from $15.00 up. Our Lpacial skirts are the Famous Carleton Brand. In plain, fanzy and mixtures mads in the very latest stykn, plaited, gored an í habit buck trimmed in buttons, folds or satin pipings. Prices ran^e from $1.75 up. W chave a few odd jackets. They are missíits t\oii tailored suit worth up to $16.00. Thé jackets are all short lengths in blouse and eton effect. We are selling them at 50c each. The lining alone is worth the price. Don't neglect looking at our showing of ladies and misses cloaks. They are beauties and in all shades and prices. •¿¿«IK**? n i i : S I ¡i IS I Sal •:-S ill Ladies grey stockings at 4 pair for 25c. Dont that look like good old time prices? I "~1422B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 23 October 1908

THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS 1> Vol. 4. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, TKXAS, F PI DAY, OCTOBER r., 1M8. l\\\\\\ NO. 40 ■1 EETSC27Ua..% V2CJKXrXV4\m>«Ul 'i^smwivvrrr,--; 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. v 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 er.ables us to to meet your needs and render prompt and efficient service. J j /,0 ÉAf+i 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. ]. U. G. Club. Mrs. Adams entertained the J. U. G. girls in honor of Miss Ha- zel Foote on last Tuesday after- noon. The game wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 23 October 1908

KNOX COUNTY NEWS 6. • ATTEEEUEV. Jr, Editor PabtUbad Bvry FrU*y Erenla* Eatarad m mcob4-cIm* mall matter at Esos city. Texaa. andar iba act oI Coograaa ol Marc* <■ 1871. subscription price: On« Tear W w invariably cash in advance KNOX CITY, . TEXAS TEXAS HEWS ITEMS Prospecta for an interurban rail- road from North Fort Worth via Springtown and Azle to Mineral Wells was never brighter. A $50.000 block of Denison water extension bonds offered on the Bos- ton market for sale is meeting with good demand from investors. Nine miles south of San Angelo at Jeaneses mill, Luther Waller shot and killed his wife accidentally while working with a pistol Friday. Seott Coleman, a farmer living near Battle, was run over and in- stantly killed Sunday night by a backing freight train on the Inter- national and Great Northern. Petitions have been received by the Texas railroad commission asking for a reduction of cotton rates to the Amount of fifty cents a bale. No ac- tion has been taken on the m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 23 October 1908

POCE PETmON DENIED TRAIN BUA**,• 15 ARE DEAD. Rails HIGHEST U. 8. TRIBUNAL TAKES ACTION ON CASE OF OIL MAGNATE. THE STATE WINS CONTENTION Spread While Care Flee from Foiest Fires. Alpena, Mich., Oct. 17.—Fifteen people lost their lives last night in the Durning of the Detroit and Mack* inaw Railroad relief train which was carrying the inhabitants of the little village of Metz, twenty-three miles north of here, to safety from the forest fires, which were sweeping away their homes. The ill-fated train was ditched by spreading rails at Nowicki Siding, a few miles south of Metz, and the horrified refuges , . , . ^ TT .were compelled to abandon the cars washington, Oct. 20.—-Henry Clay an¿ for 6afety either down the Pierce, head of the Waters-Pierce tracks with burning forests on either Oil Company, will have to go to side, or into the plowed fields near Texas to answer the indictment ofl^he siding. Eleven of the victims the Iravis County Grand Jury werc women and children, who were char...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 23 October 1908

Wm. CAMERON & COMPANY, Incorporated LUMI1EH AND PATN'i S KNOX CITY, TEXRS J. U. G. Club. W. M. Sandifer made bus ness trip io Truscott Monday. Don't fail to see the Real Rose Hat Pins at Ezell Bros. All kindrof..window glass at Ezell Bros. Miss Abbie Rogers vent < to Truscott Wednesday ret the same day. J. J. Dentor of east of town, was in to sea us last week. If you want window rIuss we h ive it. —Eze'l Bros. Coffee, sugar, cottolene, apples c iions, potatoes, just received at D. A. Lindsay's. The norther is coming. Better go to Ezell Bros, and get lights for your windows. A letter from J. W. Boyle, states that he is having the time of his life in the Baird country. C. C. Carpenter of King coun- ty was having cotton ginned in our city this week. The Methodist ladies will serve dinner and supper on elec- tion day. Everybody invited. Knox Prarie Heard, best strain of registered Poland China Hogs and Barred Plymouth Rock chick- ens for sale at my farm 5 miles east of Knox City....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 23 October 1908

• . ■ •; J 4 Mexico Where the Millionaires Comes From! The Land of Opportu- nities^^: : : : : 40 Acres Fruit and Agricultu- ral Land and a town lot ALL FOR $200.00 $10 down, $5 monthly—No inter- est. Be independant—own land. Buy land—An inheritance—Put it under cultivation—Haue something coming in. Write for our free booklet on Mex- ico. W. M. SANDIFER Hat Pins made out of Real Roses \ Uve Howe nofore Mi'tul III UK Tlio Same lliw Mft; J Iwd ni. 'I VxiUUt uj V i-t D. a. LINDSEY. Notary Public. C. L Bailey, DENTIST Office over Farmer State Bank Permanently Located John H. Brice, M. D PHYSltflAN and SUUGEON Office in Farmers State Bank. Office 'Paone, 9; Residence, 55 KNOX CITY. TEXAS. N. R. Morgan. ATTOKNEY-A T-LAW AND LAND AGENT Abstracts of Ti'les Furnished CollectinK. Conveyancing and examining Titles a Specialty. O-ville Bullington, ATTORN KY-AT-LAW, Loans made on land. Vendors' Lien notes bought. Office in Campbell Building. Munday, Texas. THE PALACE BARBER SHOP, PARKS & SHAW...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 23 October 1908

• • W jf I I., 30 Days commencing" 30 Days Saturday, October 24th AND CLOSING MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23rd. We will sell the Best Leather Goods at the lowest prices ever sold in this part of the state, for cash only. We cannot charge anything to any- body. Bring your cotton to Knox City and we will make it worth your time. We want your business. PETT Y, The Saddle and Harness Man RL7 ^ 1Kl-S- ¿ r " rrar _ ^ * £$: % % #n— * HARNESS Halters. We make a specialty of good durable fi st class baiters that can iot be torn up. Should you buy one oí our halters and tear out the rivets bring* it back and we will take pleasure in re- pairing it free of cha: ge. Blind Bridles. .Best one in. blind bridles made of'good solid leather, fancy brow bands, du« vie and stitched wink- er stay $3.00, now per pr. $2.25 Cheaper giade worth $2.50 now $2.00 Other rridles in proportion. Riding Bridles. $3.00 fancy riding bridles now each $2.50 $1.75 $1.50 $1.50 good riding bridles now each $1.25 $1.25 " " " $1.00 Ho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 23 October 1908

Pe ¡.«y FREE % n>n— FREE 9 •% ■ •- • - FREE A $300.00 Piano G lutely Free Beginning NOVEMBER, 1 st, the firms whose names appear below, will give you a numbered ticket on every cash purchase of $ 1. A dupliyate of this ticket will be retained by th and will be placed at the close of each days business in a safe box at the First Na ional on the First of FEBRUARY the Cashier of the Bank will select some little girl and bein¿ ed she will draw a number. The holder of the corresponding number will be entitled to •n^0 ^ree Grat:is. This number will be advertised and if not claimed in I 5 days a not will be drawned, and so on until the Piano is drawn. te liu chant °>ank nd bit >ld- 00 i i a ber •rata • m i m hi V ** W" \.%M- • Now here is a piano that is guaranteed in every respect and as good as any piano v •! I \ ex- aS for $300. This is a chance you cannot afford to miss. Keep it in mind that the firm ü ing this offer will sell you at bed rock prices for cash against all compet...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 23 October 1908

FOR SICK . No other medicine has been so auooessful in relieving the suffering of women or received so many gen- uine testimonials as has Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. In every community you will find women who have been restored to health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound. Almost every one you meet has either been bene* flted-by it, or has friends who have. In the Pinkham Laboratory at see the files containing over one mil. lion one hundred thousand letters from women seeking health, and here are the letters in which they openly state over their own signa- Oompound has saved many women from surgical operations. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is made from roots and herbs, without drugs, and is whole* some and harmless. The reason why Lydia E. Pink- , ham's Vegetable Compound is so sucoessful is because it contains in- gredients which act directly upon the feminine organism, restoring it to .a healthy normal condition. Women who are suffering from those distre...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 23 October 1908

THREE WEEKS. Brought About a Remarkable Change. Mrs. A. J. Davis of Murray, Ky., says: "When I began using Doan's Kidney Pills, kid- ney disease was slowly poisoning me. Dizzy spells almost made me fall, sharp pains like knife thrusts would oatch me in the back, and finally an attack of grip left me with a constant agoniz- ing backache. Doan's Kidney Pills helpej} me quickly and in three weeks' time there was not a symptom of kidney trouble remaining." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. 8EASIDE SILHOUETTE. ^ Jl ^ flf A young couple who are very much taken with each other. It Will Stay There "In my family medicine chest no remedy íb permitted te remain unless It proves beyond a doubt tbe best to be obtained for ita particular purpose. For treating all manner of skin trou- bles, such as Eczema, Tetter, Ring- worm, etc., Hunt's Cure has held its place for many years. I have failed to find a surer remedy. It cures itch- ing Instantly." R. M. SWANN, F...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 23 October 1908

FALL jjjBw^y. li ■ ¿¿v¡r*r:í' ¿íii'i^ífcSá *JW> ANDI EHSflMNWlí: ■KtaKrirr^;^ When 1 was in market a salesman said, "Adams the Lest thing I can wish you is a good Fall." The good fall is on its' way and it is time you should pay attention to your fall apparel. «. u i UK U'jwrti In Indies suits w-j sell th? Famous Swas Tailored suits and Palmer Garments prices from $15.00 up. Our special skirls are the Famous Carleton Brand. In plain, fancy and mixtures m.tJa in the very latest styles, plaited, gortu and habit back «rimmed in buttons, folds or satin pipings. Pi iets range from $1.75 up. We have a few odd jackets. They are missñts f o i. tailored suit worth up to $l(i.00. The jackets are all short lengths in blouse and eton elfect. We are selling them at 50c each. The lining alone is worth the price. Don't neglect looking át our showing of ladies and misses cloaks. They are beauties and in all shades and prices. m grey stockings at 4 pair for 25c. Dont that look like good old time ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 6 November 1908

1 THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. Vol. 4. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1908. NO. 42 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK FORSAFETY AND ACCOMMODATIONS fl 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 Oí ableo us to to meet your needs and render prompt and efficient service. f.L> M. V W-fc.-j Ht.*.*v i Our banking business is conducted conservatively, yet liberally, so tlut'we can nssure you safety óf fnnds. Economical and systematic management places us in a position to render favorable terms to patrons. Are you a patron? Call at o n* bank v. ien in town. We welcome person- al ca'ls and assure you that any assistance we are ar le to render will gladly be ¡riv- en you. M If 0 i: i hi 6? i f i N i-i t ¡ N M E. C. COUCH, CASHIER. The home of Mrs. Davis was cp n to the Merry Wives Thurs- day afternoon,with Mrs. Jaynes as h stess. Some time was spent at work then a s...

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

? LOCATED. waters-pierce case begins KNOX COUNTY NEWS E. B. ATTERBURY, Jr., Editor Published Erery Friday Erenlng. Entered u seoond-cl* mall matter at Kdoi City. Texaa, under the act of Congrea* ol March 3,1879. SUBSCRIPTION PRICK: One Year I1 00 INVARIABLY CASH IN ADVANCE KNOX CITY, TEXAS TEXAS NEWS ITEMS Arrangements are being made to repair the partially burned female annex No. 1 building at the asylum at Terrell. Heavy rains fell in Dallas dur- ing Thursday, the total precipita- tion for the 24 hours ending at G p. m. being 2.1 inches. . Alf Chanaler, aged eighty-seven, a North Texas pioneer, died in Mc- Kinney Tuesday. He fought Indians on the site of Dallas and was a Mex- ican war veteran. A jury in the Fifty-ninth District Court at Sherman Thursday awarded damages against the Katy railroad in favor of Peter J. Hawley in the sum of $14,583. Although the Texaxs legislature repealed the tax on useful occupa- tions, the receipts from occupation taxes this year will be very much i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 6 November 1908

* *, American ^ÁPCni5ALDCrAV MP.BAPjV£2 OF NEW YORK <z&pyíesa//7; r&or ?£>M£A£> ¿X3D0 M£A&<SCO. SYNOPSIS. Burton H. Barnes, a wealthy American touring Corsica, rescues the young Kng- HSU lieutenant, Kdward Gorard Anstruth- S«'„„£?d Corslcan bride, Marina, daughter of the F&olls, from the mur- ?Í£ÍLU j vendetta, understanding that his •reward Is to be the hand of the girl ho ove., bnld Anstruther, sister of the Eng- lish lieutenant. The four fly from Ajac- oio to Marseilles on board the French steamer Constantino. CHAPTER I.—Continuad. "A wire from somebody who knew I was on this boat," thinks the Ameri- can, and hastily tearing it open, reads: jBurton H. Barnes, Steamer Constantino arriving Mar- seilles. Ajacclo, May 26, 1883. , En evant double quick! The devil Is be- ihlnd you. Look out for Saliceti. Details |by letter. De B. From Instinct Mr. Barnes touches his hip pocket just to be sure hlB re- volver is there. Then he paces the deck meditatively for a...

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

4 i } ÍM í Si ; •' \\ ; l: 1 ■i¿< <¿ *1 '.,:/ fj Bflí UiÚÚ Vi-'.. ino Giv av Ajbso1 y^jt'-., 4Lat afeará ír' Hü/ or xt.na.Mw, lutely WW.t««U. II ■ I I IM — I —! !■ III I I Beginning NOVEMBER 1st., the firms whose names appear below, will give you a nunioered ticket on every cash purchase of $1. A duplicate of this ticket will be retained by the^ merchant and will be placed at th? c!o3e of each days business in a safe box at the First National Bank, and on the First of FEBRUARY the Cashier of the Bank will select some little girl and baing blindfold- ed she will draw a number. The holder of the corresponding number will be entitled to the $300 Piano Free Gratis. This number will be advertised and if not claimed in 1 5 days another number will be drawn, and so on until the Piano is drawn. rWr IT-ir' .<• 10 V. ■r-Mkff.T" F. E. Adams & Co., Drygoods, Shoes, Clothing; Wm. Cantley, Groceries; West Texas Supply Co., Hardware and Furniture; J. C. Wooldridge Co., Lumber and Buil...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 6 November 1908

wr. w •■.anrr-r-r- — . ii \Jm£ f — ■• ■fcrfif.M JE. % & ' Si k v * AND PAIN' S .*' * f-??jy?'y .""''v,v" ~ AMERON & COMPANY, fee : - : ívNOX ^ rI * «.•- "HSS3B2B '■l*ggtoJÍi¿.-.' ^ *ated \ ■ * • * L : * ■ BSTSES u. M. UNDSEY. Notary Public. C. E. bailey, N. R. Morgan. D3ÍNTIST Office over Farmer Stal e Bank Permanently Located J >hn H. Brice, M. D physician i and surgeon j C ¡ice in Farmers State Bank. Office 'Paone, 9; Residence, 55 KNOX CITY. TEXAS. Y1TOKNEY-A ' -LAW AND LAND X'CENT Abstracts of Ti let Furnished .xa mining Titles a Specialty. ü-ville Buiiington. ATTORN RY-AT-law, Loans made on land. Vendors' Lien noius bought. Office in Campbell Building. Munday, Texas. •>*< .¿a-V.'«v Where the Millionaires Comes From! The Land of Opportu- nities. : : : : : 40 Acres Fruit and Agricultu- ral Land and a town lot ALL FOR $200.00 $10 down, $5 monthly—No inter- est. Be independant—own land. Buy land—An inheritance—Put it under cultivation—Haue something coming in. Writ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 6 November 1908

JNN ■ i I I I K) \r SUMMARY OF THE WEEK A RESUME OF THE M08T IMPOR- TANT NEW8 AT HOME AND ABROAD. ITEMS FOR BUSINESS PEOPLE A Carefully Digested and Condensed Compilation of Current News Domestic and Foreign. Automobile owners at Lcwiston, I*a., have formed a good roads organ ization. Secretary Sterne of the Palestine Board of Trade is sending out liter- ature on the subject of the Anderson County tobacco lands and the pros- pects in that section. While coasting on a bicycle Sun- day in Oklahoma City Willie Hol- man, aged 7 years, fell in front of a swiftly moving street car and was literally ground to picces. William Hatfield is still being field by the San Jose authorities. Efforts to establish his identify to the satisfaction of the California au- thorities are still in progress. H. B. Norton, who was found clubbed to insensibility in Ft. Worth, Tuesday morning, died at the Med- ical College. It was learned his home was at Quanah, where he was a wealthy cattleman. A telephone mes...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 6 November 1908

THE JOURNEY'S END BOURNE TO WHICH NONE OP U* TRAVEL ALONE. "For No Llveth to Himtelf, and "" No Man Dieth to Himself"— • • Beautiful Allegory of the Last Dread Day. The man was dying. His landlady, kindly soul, had sent for the vicar of the parish, and when the sick man beard a step on the stairs he strove through the agony of utmost insup- portable pain to unclench his hands and smooth his brow. As the parson —squat-figured and plain-faced—en- tered, the man smiled a twisted smile. "Ah. padre, old chap, come to speed the parting guest, eh? I'm afraid I'm not a very promising subject for your ministrations." But the clergyman, too, was a man, so wasted no time beating about the bush, but came straight to the point. "No, I'm not here to-night to preach, but—we've known each other some time, and lately I've come to look on you as rf friend"—here the man turned his head away and grinned quietly at the cheap wall paper—"how is it be- tween you and your God?" The man raised himself in th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 6 November 1908

! FALL K fc.. ' l-v ? W.* CHANDISE! r> •; rffip '¿MÍ ¿MK ¡ifííJS ,i t- ■: :v ■'• .:>• >, yV V i. ■í P'i: ^flteSK .?*• r-y •*•> v-> ss.3 .4^ •" y - Í:t Tí- When 1 was in market a salesman said, "Adams the best thing I can wish you is a good Fall." The good fall is on its' way and it is time you should pay attention to your fall apparel. In ladies suits we sell the Famous Swas Tailored suits and Palmer Garments prices from $15.00 up. Our special skirts are the Famous Carleton Brand. Irt plan*, fancy and mixturen m^a in the very Intest style , plaited, < ra? an ! h Mt back «Tremed in buttons, folds or satin pipings. V, I range from $1.75 ur*. Wc have a few ad jackets. They are missfns f o tailored suit north up to 81 ).00. The jackets are all short lengtiss in blouse and eton eT V ,t. We are selling them at 50c each. The lining aione is wort i the price. > i i ' ViV • ■ "tí w¡£K?--y. • ••.. •, Don't neglect looking- at our showing of lac mnt.'. jc -r\ute>rvn and...

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