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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 1 January 1909

I Í II WM. CAMERON & COMPANY, Incorporated, Lumber and p?,ints Knox City, Texas ■O'ww—n á". T -fTvr- / \ ) NOW IS THE TIME TO LIST YOUR LAND The Orient R. R. is now complete to Kansas City! I am now preparing to go north and bring prospectors in—in car load lots—if your land is for sale, list it with me, and I will sell itsfor you. I have sold out my Insurance business so as to give all of my time to Real Estate. Can now give you better service than ever before. Office in rear of FARMERS' STATE BANK. RECOGNIZED SIGNS OF AGE ®OTH CHEAP AND EFFICIENT INSANi'í i ON THE i>lo.v£ASE W. M. SANDIFER, REAL ESTATE & LOANS Incidents That Led Banker to Realize He Wae Rapidly Coming Up Under the Wire. "Yes, I guess I'll have to admit I'm getting old," said a well-known banker of 60 or thereabouts, as he wiped his glasses the other day. "Do you know what makes me realize it J more than anything else? I'll tell ! you: "When I take up my newspaper at tho breawfast table every morning I c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 1 January 1909

! , í« [f:: ■ 4 SI-'■ KTi ;'4¿ RES M ¿HMÉÉI : r pP KNOX COUNTY NEWS i ' i ATTBRBURY * POX. S4lter« ■ * ,*uM PtUUM iwrrrrilvIWlM' mail MtMr «t Kdoi II Mt Of i'ongrtM ot SUBSCRIPTION PRICK: Om ti 0# INVARIABLY CASH IN AOTANCK StIMHfnr Of THE WEEK A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEW AT HOME AND ABROAD. KNOX CITY, TEXAS tv am , Vvp<!?4i v . TEMS NEWS ITEMS While handling s 41-caliber revol ver Ernest B. Grieten bock was shot and instantly killed Tuesday at hi home in San Antonio. A deal was consummated Tuesday by which the Commercial Nation* iBank of Greenville and the Green villc Bank and Trust Company were consolidated. Commissioner Doran Monday re- ceived notice of the shipment and the bill of lading for 2,ti00 street signs which are to be placed on the streets of Dallas. Jin Thornton, aged 11 years, son of J. J. Thornton who resides three miles south of Dublin, accidentally shot and probably fatally wounded his brother Charlie, aged 14. As a result of shootng at Burke, a small t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 1 January 1909

* „■ ■J "Y mm SERIAL V L/a story eg Mr. Barnes, American Archibald Clavering Goater A Sequel to Mr. Barnes of New York Aatfcov of -Mr. Bmpbm of Now York." "Mr. Potter of Ttui,'1 TU* Frenchman." Etc. Copyright, lUT. Dodd Mead * Co.. N. ¥. 8YNOP3I8. Burton H. Barries, a wealthy American louring Coralca, rescues the young Eng- lish lieutenant, Edward Gerard Anstruth- «r, and hla Corslcan 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 tho Eng- lsh lieutenant. The four fly from Ajac- clo to Marseilles on board the French steamer Constantlne. The vendetta pur- sues and as the quartet are about to board the train for London at Marseilles, Marina is handed a mysterious note whlQh 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. Ho «mploys...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 1 January 1909

-i F. E. Adams and Company Must Slaughter Their Prices to Raise CASH. ¡§ worth $8 oo will $3 9 $6 74 One lot of men's good wool suit tfo a1 One lot of men's suits worth 812 50 will go at All our guaranteed set price suits worth from $15 to $18 will go at S'O 98 Plenty of other suits at prices between these. One Jot of youths, wo >1 suits worth $5 will goat $2 9S All our Calico, German Blues and best calicos made will go at dC Others m proportion Boys knee pant suits worth $2 will go at 98c Boys knee pants worth 35c will go at 12 1-2 Mens overcoats at prices never before heard of worth 50 will go at £4 13 Mens pants worth up to $2 50 will go at 98c C&ates spool cotton lc Everything in. the store cut to the quick I ** 9W \i -•ill £ • •••••• •••••• • v " Clubbing.Offer Éverv man should subscribe, to hia leoal paper, because from it he seoures a class of news and useful information that he oan gfet nowhere else. He should, however, also subscribe to a first cflass general newspap...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 8 January 1909

THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS WE REACH THE PEOPLE, AND OUR MOTTO IS: «KNOX CITY FIRST, THE WORLD AFTERWARD" Vol. 4. Knox City, Knox County, Texas, Fr lay. January 8,1909. No. 51 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 money at any time to promote their work and handle their crops If you have money to deposit or. it vou want to bor- row money, we would be glad to have yon call on THE FARMERS' STATE BIANK REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF The First National Bank at Knox Cttyj in the State of Texas, at the close of busiuess. December, :Uat. 1908. No, A NEW FIRM FOR KNOX CITY J Stock Company ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 8 January 1909

• ~ssc:r "fri COUNTY NEWS «V * FOX. BiUon end IMM el Goagma rat Knot oí SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: Om W 00 HJ INVARIABLY CASH IN ADVANCE SUMURT OF THE WEEK RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. KNOX OITf, TEXAS TEXAS NEWS ITEMS Work is progressing rapidly on the female annex of the asylum at Ter- rell. John Gonzales was shot and killed at Kaglo Lake Sunday morning bv Dennis Montana. Both are Mexieuc*. Texas lias become the third State of the union in point of corn acre- age. In point of production it if only fifth. The contractor who had the con- tract for the construction of the Katy passenger depot at Waxahach- ie has completed his work. Tuesday morning about 4 o Jock the entire block, known as the old postoffice block at the southeast cor- ner of the square at Cooper was burned. A strong movement is being made on the part of prominent citizens of Piano for the city to own its own light plant and light up the streets of the city. Regular passenger and freight ser- vice ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 8 January 1909

vi J OFFICIALS ESTIMATE VICTIMS AT 200,000 I1VEK1V ITALIAN TOWNS ARC DCSIROVCD FLAMES FOLLOW QUAKE Messina, Capital Sicilian Province Scene of Ruin and Death Reggio. the Seaport Wiped Out of Existence By Tidal Wave Caused By the Vast Upheaval of Land. Suez, Jan. 4.—The converted cruiser Yankton entered the canal this after- noon and the supply ship Culgon prob ably will paBs In tonight. JTlie former has a number of doctors aboard and the latter a large supply of provisions and stores. Both will go to Messina at full speed. All arrangements were made by wireless for the ships of the fleet to pass through the canal as quickly as possible and to coal at Port Said, where 25,000 tons are stored. Reggio, Jan. 2.—Rain adds to the desolution of the scene and the dit Acuities attending the work of rescue, while the continuance of Intermittent shocks keeps the population in a state of agitation which is pitiable to see In their terrible condition they are un able to lend a hand with the rescu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 8 January 1909

m " HgBig - —-J '• iSKOT ll, . DIRECTORY" I. O. O. F. Meets every Friday night. Dr. Ira J. Culver, N. G. Geo. T. Petty, Sec. w. o. w. Meets 1st and 3rd Saturday. B. F. Sawyer, Con. Com. Dr. I. M. Wilson, Clerk. Methodist Church. Rev. J. H. Braswell, Pastor. Services first Sunday in each mouth, morning and evening. Sunday School 10 a.m. every Sunday. Central Baptist Church. Rev. W. C. Garret, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4th Sundays morning and evening. Sun- day School every Sunday. Presbyterian Church. Rev. H. M. Smith, Pastor. Services every 4th Sunday, Morning and Evening. First Baptist Church. Rev. R. B. Key, Pastor. Services 1st and 3rd Sundays morning and evening. Sun- day School every Sunday. Christian Church. Rev. Wright, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4th Snndays ! morning and evening. Sun- School every Sunday at 10 o'clock. N. R. Morgan ATTORNEY-AT-LAW NOTARY PUBLIC AND LAND AGENT Special attention to collecting con- veyancing, and examining titles to land John H. Brice Physician and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 8 January 1909

♦♦♦♦OS 00 OQ 00 0>eOOO 000 OeOOeo '> fr**' «' 11 WM. CAMERON & COMPANY, Incorporated, ^jcíüSf££"'d-ríxaÍs «*"> ❖❖❖* ♦ ♦ ♦ X-X-X' NOW IS THE TIME TO LIST YOUR LAND The Orient R. R. is now complete to Kansas City! I am now preparing to go north and bring prospectors in—in car load lots—if your land is for sale, list it with me, and I will sell it for you. I have sold out my Insurance business so as to give all of my time to Real Estate. Can now give you better service than ever before. Office in rear of FARMERS' STATE BANK. W. M. SANDIFER, REAL ESTATE & LOANS Palace Barber Shop Sharp razers and cle^n towel?. All kinds of bar- ber and tonsorial v^rk. Agent for Stamford Steam Laundry -v.skets leaves on Tuesday, re- turns on Satur"H>. Call and see us. Parks and Shaw, Proprietors Tailor Shop \ For all kinds of cleaning, pressing, dying, call and see me. I also take orders for the best tailor made clothing on earth. You must trade with me or we both lose money. Press Cl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 8 January 1909

O*N. H.LÜ8TP*T 0—o í SERIAL * STORY Mr. Barnes, American Ardúbald Clavering Canter A Sequel to Air. Barnes of New York flrtw if "Mr. Barno* of New York," "Mr. Potter of T.ui," "That Fronchiw." Ele. Copyright, 1WT. Oudd Maad * Co.. N. *. SYNOPSIS. Burton H. Barnes, a wealthy American louring Coralca, rescues the younK 15ns- Rah lieutenant, Edward Oerurd Anstruth- er, and hla Corslcan bride, Marina, daughter of the Paolla, from thu mur- deroua vendetta, understand! # that hla seward la to be the hand of the girl he Iovm. Knld Anatrutber, slater of tho Eng- lish lieutenant. The four fly from AJac- do to Marseilles on board the French steamer Constantlne. The vendetta pur- sues and as the quartet are about to board the train for London at Maraelllea, Marina is handed a mysterious note Which causes her to collapse and necessi- tates a postponement of the Journey. Barnes gets part of the mystorlous note and receives letters which Inform him •bat he is marked by the vendetta. He employs an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 8 January 1909

; TALE OF "THE WRECKER" B7 .'OSEPHINE ROBINSON 2 (Copyright, by Bobbs-Merrill Co.) When the expressman eet me down fa Master's office, I was dog-tired and cross and hungry, but the minute Master lifted me out of my box, I knew I was going to love him and would grow Into a proper good dog, for he had the "touch." He held me up and looked me In the face good and hard, so I' growled Just from embarrassment, silly that I was, for he shook his head slowly— and still more slowly pronounced my doom. "I shall call you 'The Wrecker,' do you hear, you little bull terrier pug?—'The Wrecker' because you're made of fierce and quarrelsome stuff and will be an enemy to every one but me and my special friends. We're going to be great pals, Wrecker; you, the wrecker of other's property, and I, the wrecker of my own." I did my best to protest; I wiggled and jumped and yelped, and tried by every gentle art I knew to show what a loving, kindly nature I possessed, for I felt that I simply could not ente...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 8 January 1909

¡Si,-, mmm J. H. ATTERBURY ESTATE" "REAL ••••o •i w John Gound and Press Clarke «spent Monday morning sunning •cloths, preparatory to a general feioure cleaning Iteu > Í, mti*m :T E. B. Warren and family re- turned last week from Bridge- port, where they have been «pending the holidays with his relatives. Mies Bessie Morris returned Monday morning from a visit to Sagerton. J. E. Claake has bought him a new buggy and has been trying to wear the new off. Darr Hat lift" made a business trip to Seymour this week. We are informed tha^ the oost- office hours on Sunday will here- after be from 8;30 to 9:30 a. m. Mrs R. B. Ksy is reported very sick this week. R. L. Baker left Saturday for Ft Worth where he has accepted a position. E. R. Harlan had us to send the News to his address for one year. Thank you, call again. G. C. White and family, E. C. Ferguson and family and Sam White, of Erath County are vis- iting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. White. I K. H. Haley of Munday was in the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 15 January 1909

KNOX COUNTY NEWS. it ® Vol. 4. WB3 REACH THE PEOPLE, AND OUR MOTTO ISi «KNÍOX CITY FIRST, THE WORLD AFTERWARD' Knox City, Knox County, Texas, Friday, January 15,1909. No. 52 MEN WHO CANNOT BE HIRED! —"v ====== TO dispense with the influence and held theiv banking connections afford, are the progres- sive farmers, business and professional men of a community. Dib it ever occur to yoii that no man ever won great riches without makiug 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 money at any time to promote their work and handle their crops. If you have money to deposit or if vou want to bor- row money, we would oe glad to have yon call on TBI FA&HHtS' STATE BAKE ) Merry Wives. Mrs. Yaok T. Rogers beautiful new home was opened to the Merry Wives Thursday after- noon. The attendance was large and after the work had progre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 15 January 1909

■ i¡5 • ^ news He Hóxolrf; ffWs'V "•'íi !' - i >i mG¡ M £,í? „; fe! VU;. 'mk WiP< ilmsa Ef4 . f¡m w,' i sv«; m?* ^ M'vM-j i®/T fc# ?.'P" Meá TEttS OS ITEMS Judge Hardy introduced billa in Cocgrea* Monday for the erection of public buildinga at Mexia and Tea- gue. Fifty thousand dollars is the ap- propriation provided for in each case. Judge Smith introduced a bill Fri- day in congress to appropriate $600,000 for the improvement and enlargement of Fort Bliss at EI Paso. State Health Officer Brumby Fri- day telegraphed orders raising the quarantine against San Augustine county, the order going into effect at midnight. Doc Thomas, one of the Texas Rangers stationed at Amarillo be- longing to Company A, is dead from the result of a bullet through the head received Tuesday morning morning ahout 1 o'clock. i Mrs. Carl Lockett, who resides fcbout one mile west of Mullin, was found in-her room Wednesday even- ing with her clothes burned from her body. She died from the effects of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 15 January 1909

m m y J ..y rlBliv) WLEÍ SUHURÍ OF THE WEEK A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. / ITEMS FOB BUSINESS PEOPLE IjpI 1 A Carefully Digested and Condensed Compilation of Current New* Domestic and Foreign. The ooldast weather Dallas has ex- perienced in three yeara was Wed- nesday night. At 7 o'clockk the mer- cury registered 18 above zero. The bank deposit guaranty law of Oklahoma is defended by the of- ficers and stockholders of the State banks and by the great majority of depositors. George Stevens, while insane, Bhot W, C. Colson and Joel Miles, hit! best friends, and then shot himself to death, at Iola, Texas, Sunday. Colson and Miles will recover. President Diaz and cabinet Sun- flay attended a bull fight given for the benefit of the Italian earth- quake sufferers. Thirty-five thous- and dollars (gold) was added to the Mexican relief fund. Senator W. J. Bryan of Abilene is preparing a bill to be presented to the Texas legislature to provide for the operation by...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 15 January 1909

A; 'i ' « ■ *\Á «£ ... ■ 'Ik.. fjlE" 5HS5 DIRECTORY ■ /^rIZ7lX.Tl pmm -i Ú ' ¡KWfí'' 1 MAM- fa ■ \ W& f; Methodl5t Church. Rev. J. H. Braswell, Pastor. Services first Sunday in each month, morning and evening. Sunday School 10 a.m. every Sunday bÍF* HI MM. e Mm • ' a 6 . N. R. Morgan A TTORK EYAT-LA W NOTAHV PÜHLIC ' AND LAND AGENT Special attention to collcctin^, con- veyancing, anil examining title* to land i ; «j' m I í -i ,4, r • í M E: 1 i 1 "i |,i V w m \W'.' '-z' i - í! ! i ÉJ 3w Kv'i 'V:': i J 1 í 9 lm .'Svví '• ffii'Jrfi ; "f ■-?' Á! Si' !\;*v i ' e ■S .j ■' V fe*v:4 . iMi. Bftflrá #f|f - . :* V - l/'W! wr§- I O. O. F. Central Baptist Church. Rev. W. C. Garret, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4th Sundays morning ^nd evening. Sun- day School even- Sunday. John H Brice Physician and Surgeon Office over Farmers State Bank PHONE 9; RFSÍBENCE 55 Presbyterian Church. Rev. H. M. Smith, Pastor. Services, every 4th Sunday, Mo«-niir; and Evening. First Baptist Church. Rev. It. B. Key, P...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 15 January 1909

J ■ •ííOtt1 «> S5 5= WW a«aoc *c> >* WM. CAMERON & COMPANY, Incorporated, LK¡^£,""d-^aí NOW I TC LIST TH YOUR AND ÉHMM! *The Orient R. R. is now complete to Kansas City! I am now preparing to go north and bring prospectors in—in car load lots—if your land is for sale, list it with me, and I will sell it for you. I have sold out my Insurance business so as to give all of my time to Real Estate. Can now give you better service than ever before. Office in rear of FARMERS' STATE BANK. J. U, 6. Club, The J. JLJ. G. Club mot with, Míbs Enloe on Tuesday after- noon. But few were in attend - dance, but they report a good1 tirne. STinie Tabie N"o 2 passenger east,1;:52 a. m. ~~ " 18 Looal. Frt. 2:05 p.m. " 1 passenger west 2:54 a. m. "• 17 Looal Frt " 9:30 a. ra, K. O. Iligsboe aj.t. Knox Prairie Herd, Bast strain of registered Po- land China Hogs and Barred | Plymouth Rock ohiokens for sale at my farm 5 miles ease of Knox City. J, J. Denton, Knox City, route, 1. D. A. LINDSEY N...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 15 January 1909

' '. fi T - ' .. . , ^ =5=9 = . -..V^ _ gPf-\ -, *3 ,..s$vW. :'£5?.v.* fe' ■*'"•**■'> f1 ' • ^ __—__ - *" . 1 I 1 , B vBr :. r ■ I V I R& ¡®V St BmI ®p* I ?■ mm \ StiPl eCbntract • By George F. Butler and Herbert Dsley Dr. Furnivall's Marvelous Psychometric Deductive Solution m. m wWi mWm m ■mil HEÜ i •# 0 P i ®jii; j± . } ( lfl|§(. 5i:'! ' • #Sjl: Br Ef tí docrú# h/pfMstsmo ÁF /}w¿j> /m¿¿wrm¿v >«<15 <>, ETECT1VE DRAPER, highly elated, stepped from the elevator on the top floor of the tall office building and hurried to the office numbered 1004. He ap- proached with hushed breath and touched the shoulder of the figure nearest to him, shak- ing It slightly. Then he Jumped to 'the desk telephone, summoning the police. "It's Wil- liam Marsh and his he cried over the wire, "and they're both dead. Hurry up! There's • pistol here, and they're shot. And ™ «lone with the bodies—hurry up!" Ho approached with hushed breath and touched the shoulder of the figure to him, s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 15 January 1909

y K i ■ NM ra m GIVE TOUCH NEEDED IMPORTANT PART PLAYED BY LACE ACCE880RIE8. Will Make Any Garment Sufficiently Elaborate for Moet Afternoon Oc- casion —-Charmingly Graceful Coat Model Shown Here. Charmingly graceful Is the coat shown, with Its long, Bimple lines, plain sleeves and becoming arrange- ment of lapels. The necessary touch which makes of this plain garment sufficiently elaborate one for most Jabot and 8leeve Ruffles of Lace. afternoon occasions is the lace used in sleeves and at the throat. Lace ruffles are entirely out of place in a coat meant for hard wear, but more than anything else they lift an or- dinary garment beyond the common- MAKE A KITCHEN PLAYGROUND. place and make it suitable for elab- orate occasions. As will be noticed, these lace ruf- fles are quite deep, falling well over the band and hanging down at the side for quite a distance. The jabot to match has the upper part made of the most exquisite quality of linen, the lace being merely the border. The lin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 15 January 1909

. -r •i M.:'' 'pS 1 ;• :: f' \1 V '■ • ' ®Sw& !r i /"^y, if J. H. ATTERBURY "REAL ESTATE" ' . " # '• '• ' '' #•*''' '■ ' ' [ '' :Vr . mivfi ;7r «;(1,; ' I/fatAi > íí i ,i ¡i tiili- it iili: i ittiiliiiiitiiitiiiiii iiiiiiiltilii iiiiiitl i iiii iii .limii J R Bradbury , § GENERAL BLACKSMITH | Pemanantly Located Firstolass work of all kinds. Horse shoeiug a specialty. Your bus.ness solicited. * J, W. Boyle left Monday night ier a plaee near Coleman, where he «ill spend several days on Vy v- v. i-:;!* "ÍMlU",! W. R. Jonee left Saturday Hight for Coreyell county. " , The team of T. A. Perks ran «why with him Tueeday morning near Cliff, he being seriously •wounded, jot not fatally . W. T. Finn, president of the West Texas Supply Co. wee over m Seymour Monday and mmmM' ■■ *, " rW... ■ lP' *vx • ■ i *■ ■ ♦V * * ■ Qlover MoCarty was #om Croweli thie week. down l ' -.V: i Mr. and Mrs Burnieon are now In Croweli. 111.6, , #V4- .. Mr. Geo. MoMfflan oalled to fee as thie week and renewe...

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