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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 13 November 1908

• -Si THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. VoL 4. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, TKXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1908. NO. 43 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 1 FORSAFETY AND ACCOMMODATIONS 1 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 io patrons. Are you apalffoirt 'l Call at our bank when in town. We welcome person- al calls and assure yea that any assistance we are able t$ render will gladly be giv- en you. E. C COUCH, CASHIER. Moctoes—not how cheap but how good; not fair, bat best; not once in a while, bat always. Knox. City Mer. Co. sole agonts. 46 — Mr. Goforth and Misses Foote and Fox and Mrs. Gonditt spent Sunday in the cou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 13 November 1908

p PICE GIVES BIB BOND AN ORDER |8 I88UED CONTINUING CA8E CHARGING FALSE 8WEARING. TO HAVE TRIAL IN JANUARY Pierce, Chairman of Oil Company Board, Allowed to Return to St. Louie. Austin, Tex., Nov. 10.—Henry Clay Pierce of St. Louis today plac- ed himself in the custody of Sheriff George Matthews of Travis County Soon thereafter he made bond in the sum of $20,000 to appear and an- swer the charge of false swearing in connection with the anti-trust affi- davit, which he made in 1900 as president of the Waters-Pierce Oil Company, and was formally released. Thereupon he appeared before the Fifty-Third District Court, Judge Cahoun presiding, where by agree- ment of counsel an order was «ntered continuing the case until the next term of the court, beginning in Jan uary. Oil On Fire; Beyond Control. City of Mexico: After an outlay of between $400,000 and $500,000 in a vain endeavor to control the burn- ing of the Dos Bocas oil wells, Pear- son & Sons have decided to abandon the wells a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 13 November 1908

" I í 1 Y! America?) 5/AK \AfMBAPMS| OF A!&vr<?JP< ARNES OFipWYOUK JtTC- <pexpy&sa/rr: /eor DO££? M£AZ?<SCO. Mff YNOPSIS. Burton H. Barnes, a wealthy American touring Corsica, rescues the young Eng- lish lieutenant, Edward Gerard Anstruth- er, and his Corsican bride, Marina, daughter of the Paolls, from the mur- derous vendetta, understanding that his reward is to be the hand of the girl he loves, Enid Anstruther, sister of the Eng- lish lieutenant. The four fly from Ajac- clo to Marseilles ón board the French steamer Constantino. The vendetta pur- sues and as the quartet are about to hoard the train for London at Marseilles, Marina 1s handed a mysterious note which causes her to collapse and necessi- tates a postponement of the Journey. Barnes gets part of the mysterious note and receives letters which Inform him that he Is marked by the vendetta. He employs an American detective and plans to beat the vendetta at their own game. CHAPTER I.—Continued. "How dare y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 13 November 1908

P SR '" ■ K "■1 V<r-> y-. sssaa "i i FREE FREE FREE A $300.00 Piano Given Away Abso- 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 duplicate of this ticket will be retained by the merchant and will be placed at the close of each days busine33 in a safe box at the First National Bank, and on the First of FEBRUARY the Cashier of the tfank will select some little girl and búng 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 I 5 days another number will be drawn, and so on until the Piano is drawn. Now. here is a piano that is guaranteed in every respect and as good as any piano sold in Tex- as for $300. This is a chance you cannot afford to miss. Keep it in mind that the firms making this offer will sell you at bed rock prices for cash against all competition...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 13 November 1908

Wm, CAMERON & COMPANY, Incorporated LUMBER AND PAIN1S KNOX CI1V, TKXRS "ini #' 4. 9 I a D. A. LINDSEY, Notary Public. C. L Bailey, DENTIST Office over Farmer State Bank Permanently Located John H. Brice, M, D PHYSI8I AN and SURGEON Office in Farmers State Bank. Office 'Paone, 9; Residence, 55 KNOX CITY. TEXAS. N. R. Morgan. ATTOKNEY-A1-LAW AND LAND AGENT Abstracts of Titles Furnisher Collecting, Conveyancing and examining Titles a Specialty. "Back to the land" is the cry much heard these days, and it is well to act upon it that that the congested condition of the cities with its attendant evils of pover- ty, misery and crime may be re- lieved. But many men of slen- der means who buy small farms in the expectation of making a living and enjoying life are bit- terly disappointed. The trouble is they have had no experience, mnd scarcely any business today needs a practical working know- ledge to insure success more than farming. If people of small means want to succeed and real- iz...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 13 November 1908

1 I ■ 4! ff&r 4/'' ■ A & iMh; mmi TAfT PRESIDENT * * , .*•••*#' * * • • NEW YORK GOES REPUBLICAN Probably Surpasses Roosevelt's Vote Four Years Ago.—Elec- toral Vote of 321. SCHOOL AMENDMENT COMES INAHEAD ■ 4 11 Latest returns of -Tuesday's election give William H. Taft 321 votes in the electoral college to 1C2 for William i. Bryan. Result of Election By States at a Glance. Results of the Presidential election by States: States— Bryan.Taft Alabama 11 Arkansas 9 California Colorado 5 Connecticut Delaware ...'. Florida:... 5 Georgia 13 Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky 13 Louisiana 9 Maine Maryland 6 Massachusetts Michigan .. Minnesota ,. Missouri Mississippi 10 Montana Nebraska 8 Navada 3 New Hampshire- New Jersey New York North Carolina 12 North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma 7 Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island 8oúth Carolina 9 South Dakota Tennessee 12 Texas 18 Utah Vermont Virginia 12 Washington ( West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming 3 27 15 13 10 C 2 10 11 18 4 12 39 • • 4 23 •...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 13 November 1908

rntmrnammmmmmmm KNOX COUNTY NEWS B. B. ATTERBURY, Jr.. Editor PablUhed Every Friday Evening. KNOX CITY, Entered u Mcond-olau mail matter at Knox City. Texas, under the act of congreM ol Maicb 3.1870. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: *~ One Year $1 00 ' INVARIABLY CASH IN ADVANCE TEXAS TEXAS NEWS HEMS Mrs. Bailey of Terrell, whoso • clothing was burned from her body Tuesday bv twitching fire while alio was engaged in washing, died from her burns Friday. An exciting wolf chase, which be- gun in the eastern suburbs of Fort Worth and ended five miles distant, with the death of the wolf, occurred Thursday morning. Burglars forced an entrance into the postoffice at Kennedale Sunday night, opened the safe by working the combination and secured $130 in cash and $70 in stamps. The tuberculosis exhibit from Dal- las was opened to the public in Fort Worth Monday night at the Medical College. The attendance was large- and4he interest manifested grc$t. . Pickpockets made a big haul in Temple Saturday night. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 13 November 1908

$ fes f i - n * a L When 1 was in market a salesman said, "Adams the best thing 1 can wish you is a good Fall. The good fail 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. In plain, fancy and mixtures m ide in the very latest styles, plaited, gored and habit back ¿rimmed in bdttons, folds or satin pipings. Prices range from $1.75 up. We have a few odd jackets. They are missfits t o . tailored suit worth up to $16.00. The 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. ~ u M i Ladies grey stockings at 4 pair for 25c. Dont that look like good old time prices? '//////, D. A. Lindsey ..Fresh Groceries. PHONE . . 17 --■.v -...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 20 November 1908

THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. Vol. 4. KNOX '* * 1 -""1 Tb " ' ' '— ,. (¡far, KNOX COUNTY. TfX«K~rfcDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1908. vt.- NO. 44 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK FOR SAFETY AND ACCOMMODATIONS 4 the quee- every one who has given the subject serious thought it «ran of tho advantagee derived. Our bonding business it stpiuctid conservatively, yet liberally, so that we can attUrt yo« safety of fnnda. Economical and systematic management placet ua in a render favorable It petrops. Art yen Our experience in banking enables ua to to meet natdt and render and efficient service. Call at our bank when in town. We welcome person- al talla and aasnre yea that any aaaiatance we are ablt to render will gladly be giv- en you. E. O COUCH, CASHIER. Moctpos—not how | ting for a prize Hiél flmtt wsa theft but how good; net fair, auccettftl. Tht ptíé btini a feutbttt; not onet in ft wjflt.ta* pfo holdertf lavender let always. Knox City Chocolate and eakei Beat atrain ot registered Po- land China Hj0fc% .and Barred...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 20 November 1908

RY,-Jr.. Editor 'mét E?ery Friday Evening. BPSÜiPiW IM MconA-olMa mall matter at Knox — under the act of congress of SUBSCRIPTION PRICK: W .• « t i * 11 <V« i«t f • 11,* ■ 00 :noxci r-nrgu. t%4 u ■mt jf f ' More than forty care of cattle have been pupped frpm j^fu Angelo this week ana more are to be loaded out before the dose of the week. St. The United Btfnthrolent Associa- tion has decided to erect a •. three- story building in the center of ifort Worth, .the lot and structure to cost $76,000. . „ . Win. Hatfield, arrested in Texas :> and alleged to he Dunham who kill- ® ed six persons in San Jose, will be released in a clay'or two, according to tAte authorities. -- Fire of incendiary origin at 8 o'clock Tuesday night -totally, de- stroyed the Lewi8ville'public school; building, a two-story brick with a two-story annex. H. B. Faulkner, a Southwestern railway brakemap, who was shot by drttnken Mexican * cowboys at Hachita, N. M., Wednesday, died in El Paso Sunday. {Miners tra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 20 November 1908

í'; ♦v • Y! America*) OFSPEWYCRK SYNAPSIS. Burton H. BarneB, a wealthy American tourjng Corsica, rescues the young Eng- lish lieutenant, Edward Oerard Anstruth- er, *nd his Corslcan bride, Marina, daughter of the Paoils, from the mur- derous vendetta, understanding that his reward is to be the hand of the girl he loves, Enid Anstrutber, sister of the Eng- lish lieutenant. The four fly from AJac- cio to Marseilles on hoard the French steamer Constuutlne. 1\ o vendetta pur- sues and as the quartet are about to board the train for London at Marseilles, Marin* is handed a - mysterious note which causes her to collapse and necessi- tates a postponement of the Journey. Barnea getB part of the mysterious note and receives letters which inform him that he is marked by the vendetta. H employs an American detective and plans to beat the vendetta at their own game. For the purpose of securing the safety of the' women Barnes arranges to have Lady Chartris lease a secluded villa at Nice to which...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 20 November 1908

say in this space next week. ••••* "r:** *-.• «V.- Jc • -I' .|rí *. OrtW t-: ; *K)fIO W i .) ; n rt f I KNOX COUNTY NEWS E B. ATTEKBURY, Jr., Published Et«7 Friday. FRIDAY, NOV. 20,1908. Entered as aeeond class matter at Knojx City, under the act of Congress ef March 8,1879. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Year .....$1.00 Invariably Cash in Advance, 4 Issues 1 Month Why not have a Y. M. C. A. in Knox City. \ Awowan talks because she can't think. Ft Worth seems to be a great center of great activity of late. Posh and energy an never spent in vain. . Some women marry for tare; some marry for position; but can't do anything else. po your pari Do not lag be- hind waiting for the other fol- low to put his *houlder to the wheel but fall in line and others will follow. Br«T man in Knox City should belong to the. commercial club- not only belong to it but should endeavor to put moip life into it Push! Do not wait for something to turn up so you can , help Now is the time when, with fatal results, h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 20 November 1908

Wm. CAMERON & COMPANY, Incorporated I LUMBERANDPAIN1S t - t - « KNOX CT1Y, TEXR8 J K D. A. LINDSEY. Notary Public. C E. DENTIST S Office over Farmer State Bank Permanently Located JohnH. M.D PHYSICIAN and 8UK0B0N Office in Farmers State Bank. Office 'Paone, 9; Residence, K KNOX CITY. TBXA8. N. R. Morgan. ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW AND LAND AGENT \l.siraets ef Ti lei Kurniiheo 'olleetinjj, Conveyancing and oxamining Titlea a Specialty. Oville ATTORN BY-AT-LAW, Lean* made on land. Vendors' Lien netei bought. Office in Campbell Building. Munday, Texas. THE PALACE BARBER SHOP, PARKS ft SHAW, Proprietors. Hair Cut > Shampoo 25e 36 Molves Removed ie to S6e Shave 15c Sea Foam 10c Tonic 10o Agent for Stamford-Steam Laundry. Baeket leaves on Tuesday and returns on Saturday. Sat- isfaction guaranteed. MOT WISE TO TAKE OUfcOi Who Knows by tad Experience Werne Others Agalnet the Talk- ing Maohlne. "Take it from me," said a com* mercial traveler who had just re- turned from a long trip, "if you have...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 20 November 1908

m«MHS mWL MfW* , , ' %f r ■Wi 11 I I ■ ? * I 9 * $k « ■w The Pumpkin " K>XXfy4%;-vM~h$j^i' "•:; ¿¡« ;. iuT "*'*?* '" B MWT '•■•. By John tJaccNuur Whittics * AH!—o* Thanksgiving Day, when from ** Eatt and from West, From North and from South, come tht pilgrim and gnat. When the . gray-haired Setn Englander .tee round his board The old brnkvi /iu!tj qf affection restored, When the *nre-irearied •?«/ seeks his vutther once more, And, the ijporn maltón smiles 'where the gii;t smiled before, What moistens the lip and what brighten the eye 9 What calls back the past, like the rich Pumpkin pit 9 i * y -11 V ' ¡i <•#, m ■ &1 k! ( Bt :3'~M H «rio the Loftwith thanksgiving. —Psalm 147:7. HANKSGIVIXG is one of oar highest and holiest duties. There are in the more com- mands Ad calls to praise than to iprayer. Yet few daties ate more frequent- than tija. There are who aré always coming requests-hut who do not with thanksgiving after have befcn granted. Ten cried to Jtsos fur clean s-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 20 November 1908

A A SURGICAL OPERATION If there is any one thing that a , woman dreads more than another it is a surgical operation. We can state without fear of a contradiction that thero are hun- dreds, yes, thousands, of operations performed upon women in our hos- pitals which are entirely "unneces- sary and many have been avoided by LYDIAE-PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND For .proof of this statement read the following letters. Mrs. Barbara -Base, of Kingman, . Kansas, writes to Mrs. Pinkham:' ¿ " For eight years 'I suffered from the most severe form of female troubles and was 4old that an operation was my only . hope of recovery. I wrote Mrs. Pinkham for advice, and took Lydia E. pinltham's Vegetable Compound, and it has saved • (toy life and madb me a well woman." Mrs. Arthur R. House, of Church Road, Moorestown. N. J., writes: . "I feel it is my duty to let peoplo know what Lydia E. Pinkliam's Vege- table Compound has done for me. I . Buffered from female troubles, and last ¡March my physician d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 20 November 1908

IIMÍWWIWN<"IÍWI|||IWI"-|1M" CLOAK. LADIES Misses and children. In all colors md grades and atprices to suit the tir'es 1 OVERCOATS: All kinds and colors. Prices below competion. Prom $6.00 up. That long double brested duck overcoai you have been looking for but didn't want to pa$ $4.50 for. We have it guaranteed water proof, at $3. • J Another good tlping for the man in or out of the cotton pawn an «-.«j pant. Think of it, our price is only $1.50. ■ Another ringer is that water proof duck, coat you wanted at only $1.25. ! I# it's warm gloves you want, this is the place they all come from. Vi i.: r ■< S£C>" > v* • . ;• ,■ i. will gite 3iPl-3 per cent discount on all ready uimed hats.'AHmailed in plain If you, havenrt filted your want8, don't fail tofbok at them. w# • v-; Msm-' v * the Piano we are giving away. Don't fail to ask for tickets. r;«i- "f ■ u ■ ;üí. <4 jJ¡>' •;.'i phone . •• "Vi sr. i i :%. "pr^r. / •••• • ••• r: it I BLACKSMITH Permanently Located First ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 1 January 1909

%tiNul J*..' - *■ * ' *• " • h.; ' .Vj*V' . *¡ ■ >,;< .Trg .. WE BEAOH THE PEOPLE, AND OUR MOTTO IS* WORLD AFTERWARD" Vol.4. Knox City, Knox County, Texas, ay, January 1,1909. No. 50 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF aad The First National Bank port a fl spirit nf loyalty that do our.* Aess possible. St is given at k you lor your sup- «8 at Knox City, ill the State of Texas, at the close of business, December, , 3let, 1908. No. 795: . Til J R Bradbury GENERAL BLACKSMITH Pemanantly Located shoéiuar <*i the cleat iness of tbe lust MEN WHO CANNOT BE HIRED! TO dispense with the influence and held their banking connections afford, are the progres- sive farmers, business and professional men of a community. Dib it ever occur to you that no man ever won great riches without making use of a bank? A Savings Account with a good bank is the key to all opportunities: which un- locks and opens the gateway to Scccess, We give careful attention to the business of the far- mers. advancing them mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 1 January 1909

The Iron Mastery By a Former Secret Service Man > Ex-Operative Tells of Cleverest of Counterfeiting Plots V m m u< f Kilitn t W—la Tell il Ea- tteriaf Desperté* tha Ultiaiia IdMnJaviidHii Dar teg Escape tram tha Grip at tka Law. I M I NATIOMLF0 PT FOR FfcoRlM rif?<ST PeSEPVATlON &f Cf?JTMT£D CAST OP THE MISSISSIPPI. s ■ /r Ms M¡fcd5£¿ „> MY/MM/)//¿/AT". w¿Y/y/¿//£¿>. y-r' It' y:. HERB are few mysteries which are never cleared up," commenced Capt. Dickson, as he sat be- fore the cheerful wood fire of his cosy study one night last winter, "al- though some of them slum- ber for years among the things forgotten, until the denouement la accident- ally developed by some person who, perhaps, never leard of the original matter. Such Was the ease which I have come to Mmember as that of 'The Iron Pot.' ft was a vessel of this bumble charac- ter that finally cleared up a great mys- tery and brought the guilty to Justice. ) mA St Louis gang had their plant in a cleverly const...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 1 January 1909

The Old Familiar Faces ly Will UVIMTON CONrOIT (Copyright, by Bobbs-Merrlll Co.) Peele was & wandering Englishman with certain virtues and a great deal to tar. Keeler, who sat beside him on the baloony of a fonda overlooking the placa of Bogota, was a Chicago special writer, Just now engaged in covering the features of a Colombian revolution for the Express Syndicate. The two were talking about Graver, a free lance, who sat in his room back of the balcony, goading unto desperation an unolled and troplcal-ruBted typewriter. The hopes and memories of Graver alBo moved in a Chicago setting, though It appears that he bunked and rode and shared labor with Keeler for other and unknowable reasons. "It isn't In human fiber to endure any such amount of work," Keeler Whispered. "Gravey's been at It for 16 hours a day for 16 times 16 days." ¡ "It's a desecrytion," said Peele. "It ahauws money-greed an' Is baund t' be shoddy, y* knauw." ; "That'B where you're wrong, Peele," Keeler remarked....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 1 January 1909

,f •,:-Km ' ""v%i aWar ' ••4 I ^ •• ; I, *S— 03 ,.F: More people would find time for helping others if they were not so busy helping them- nelves. •* Love. < onfidenoe and help- fulness are the three essen- tials of home. Without ihem home does not exist. There would be far less friction in the world il people did not set up a rigid cast iron standard of their own idea of right and wrong and judge ev- erybody else by it. If the considerate and a- greeable ways that prevail daring courtship were contin- ued after marriage there would fewer failures in marriage to record, ^ SSBSHMP* ^ All must remember that Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock the Commercial Club will meet at the News office. This will be a regular meeting and all are requested to attend. We would like to see Knox City pull together like one big united family during the year 19O9. There would be a de- cided change in things' if all would do this. Yet if you do nor have such intention, say so at the beginning of the year an...

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