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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 22 January 1909

' ?• '* •I THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS V. WE REACH THE PEOPLE, AND OUR MOTTO ISl "KNOX CITY FIRST, THE WORLD AFTERWARD" rol. 5. Knox City, Knox County, Texas, friday, January 22,1909. Ho. 1 I'.v: m r.Ai •vt; At •• We Must Have A Pot Full of >.f-v MONEY 15th. In order to get this money, we are going to offer Cut Prices on all lines of our merchandise Except Imple- ments, beginning Monday, Jan 25 to Monday, Feb 15. Now if you need anything in Furniture, Floor Coverings Cook Stoves and Ranges, now is your Opportunity. J «¿if $ «——— i 1 1 ———— 1 1 111 11 In Leather goods we can show you values that will Astonish/ * , ✓ i Buggies, Surries, Phaetons, the price comes off them too! Iron Beds, $2 to $10. You can get a fine bed for $8.50. Anything you see in our House, ask the price and we will show it to you. •*hnr 1 M fc aw ¿¡sr.- '' ~TdxlJliW' PIANO! Will be given away February ist. The more tickets you hold the better your chances are to win. Pay your notes and accounts. We give one ticket on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 22 January 1909

Fire in the commission house of 1). M. Payne & Co., El Paso, Tues- day damaged the brick building and stock to the extent of $15,000. A canning factory for Lullng, Texas, !■ assured, a meeting of the leading faremrs of that vicinity having been held and all agreed to give it their support * The 6-ycar-old daughter of Cul Hamner was drowned in a pond near their home a few miles west of Mer- kel. She was tent for water and fell in the pond. Friday morning in Houston Jo- seph Elkins, an aged white man. took his own life. Mr. Klkins was over 65 years of age and suffered from acute melancholy. Neither the Cooper nor any of the other bills to allow those having claims against the captured and abandoned property fund, has much chance of passage at this session. The furniture for the new court house at Big Springs has arrived and is now being installed. The contractors will turn the building over to the county in a few days. A'bout 7 o'clock Tuesday morning Celton Falkner, one of the mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 22 January 1909

GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE INSISTS THAT PLATFORM DE- MANDS SHALL BE RELIG- IOUSLY OBSERVED. IS STRONG FOR SUBMISSION Full Rendition, Removal* from Office, Text-Book Board, insurance and Banking, Subjecta Covered. The message of Governor Campbell, read to both houses of the Legisla- ture, reviews at length the work of bis administration and in conclusion makes a number of recommendations. In part the message follows: To the Sénate and House of Rep- resentatives: As members of the Thirty-first Legislature, you have each voluntarily undertaken an important task. Your dutlos are important and your responsibilities are serious. You have assembled under favorable con' dltlons. The State Treasury is on a cash basis. The State is general!; prosperous and the people are content- ed and happy. The law is supreme in Texas and the laws are now very gen- erally enforced and ob,eyed. The laws enacted and the reforms wrought under the present administra- tion in behalf of the great masses of the people of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 22 January 1909

DIRECTORY Methodist Church. Rev. J* H. Braswell, Pastor. Services first and third Sun- days, morning and evening. 8unday School 10 a.m. every Sunday. Central Óaptist 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 ATTOENEY-AT-LAW NOTARY PUBLIC AND LAND AGENT Special attention to collecting, con- vey ancing, and examining titles to land John H. Brice Physician and Surgeon Office over Farmers State Bank PHONE 9; RFSIDENCE 55 % a r • Commercial Club. Meets 1st Tuesday night in each month. Dr. G. P. Gibner, Pres. E. B. Atterbury, Sec. t • Orville BuPington flttoint...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 22 January 1909

\ WM. CAMERON & COMPANY, Incorporated, Lumber and Pa,nte Knox City, Texas V ' > V y NOW IS THE TIME TO LIST YOUR LAND X 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 Fifth Sunday Muting Program of 5th 8unday meet- ing of the Haskell County Bap- tist Association to be held at Rule, Jan 28-30, 1009. „ Thursday—7:30 p. m. Int. Ser- mon, J. W. Edwards; alternate, W. P. Drómgoole. Friday—10 a. m. devotional, Ed Brown; 10:30, the training feature of the fifth Sunday meet- ing, J. A. Arbuokle and J. H. Vinson; 11:15, what should be the attitude of the Church with reference to lotteries and raffling, E. B. Speck and T. J. PoweJlj 2...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 22 January 1909

tí I i 11 j 1 IS IMMARY OF THI A RESUMI OF THE TANT NEWS AT ABROi ITEMS FOR BUSI i ii ¡Cali., the V A Carefully Digested and Compilation c f Current Now* Domestic and Foreign. Fire in Muskogee, Okla., Wednes- day origioatiug in tl ' business sw- lion of the <itv destroyed property ivaJued at $100,000. Senator I). M. Alexander of [Weatherford will offer in the Thirty- tirst legislature a l>i 11 to «stabliali school of tcvlmology and agricul- iu Weaiherford. Several earthquake shock* have ccurred m-ently i" various parts )f South Africa. One was felt [Friday at Johannesburg but no damage was done. The levee surrounding Yisilla. Thursday broke and flooded town. At the time of the last (report the northwestern part of the low'n is being flooded. The question of whether there is Ko be a general rivers and harbors bill at this session of congress prom- ises to overshadow everv other until it is finally disposed of. Thieves entered tlie high school building and other buildings at Okl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 22 January 1909

AROUND THE HOUSE \. SOME IDEA8 WORTH A LITTLE CONSIDERATION. I Easy Method of Keeping Closet Floors Clear of Accumulation of Dirt- Providing Individual Towels for the Family. Closet Floors—Even fine housekeep- ers bave difficulty In keeping closet floors clear of ac- cumulatlon of some kind. This is easily done. Provide for every closet and hang nearest to the door a sensible, conven lent and wide • mouthed laundry bag. Then watch out for a small, good-shaped wooden box with cover. Tack on a pair of hinges made of strips of leather from an old shoe; tack a tab of leather on to the front edge to lift the cover by and you have a convenient place to hold all the old shoes. A ten-cent can of paint and a ten-cent brush will give the box one coat. New shoes should be on shoe- treeB and stand in rows on the top shelf. Every closet should be free from clothes and ready for a Friday sweep- ing every day in the week. There is just one thing that it is well to leave on the floor, and this is a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 22 January 1909

•••* It*' !•••• It * !••• !•••• NEW CORPORATION \A/e have incorporated a stock company for $20,000.00 fully paid. W/e will carry a complete up-to-date line of Drygoods and Groceries. \A/e will at all times hold ourselves in readiness to accomodate our customers and give them the best goods for the least money possible in legitimate merchandise. Our motto will be one price and same treatment to all. We come to you with a clean record and honest dealings and solicit your patronage. We hope to have our grocery department intact and ready for business by January 16th. * *■ * v mf ■®ja J ."!:'ÍV' Irv W: * If I Me#. Ml ADAMS, DEERINQ & CO. Coal A-i- e ricAlister Fancy Lumy at only $9.00 Delivered $9*50 S. Edwards J. B. 8imm and Miss Anna .Johnson were united In the holy '^fiends of wedlock at the home of £ev j. H. Braswell who spoke (he words that tied the holy knot. The News extends wishes for - them a long and happy married ane. Mrs. Dees who has been jot several weeks ia slowly ¿ro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 29 January 1909

THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. WE REACH THE PEOPLE, AND OÜB MOTTO IS: «KNOX CITY FIUST, THE WORLD ATTB1IWAKD' 5. Knox City, Knox County, Texas, Friday, January 29,1909. No. 2 Most V-.s M >,:±. ■ ' • s' >*•. ' i rA • I k,'-'.-:: v • I J. C. Bnloe was down from Truscott Sunday. any Mr. Davis and Miss Glasgow spent fiunday at, Goree.- Dr. Ira J. Culver visited at Cliff Sunday. THE SERVICE WE RENDER Can handle your business some way, when times are good j/jj^ and money easy. When times are hard and money tight, you feel the need of a business connection with a /|\ Friendly and Reliable Bank $ Do your business with us and make your credit good Ten Per Cent $ We paid a ten percent dividend on last years business and ¡f^\ we are very proud that our finantial condition was so good ¡/jj^ that we felt perfectly warranted in doing this. - i ' ' \A/e are Growing Grow with us The utile baby of Air. and Mrs Sargent ¡8 reported very sick. 'I he steady growth of our business is simply a natural outcom...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 29 January 1909

W'V, KNOX COUNTY NEWS ■®| I B. II. «TTKKRVRV, Editor and PublUher PablUh«4 Mwrj Friday Bvealac- P Í ? i w ■ourad m MCoad-olM* mall natter II gaos Cut. Tim, «ator tkiut of congrMa ol Marefa 1.18 . SUBSCRIPTION PB1CB: On* Tear W INVARIABLY CASH IN ADVANCS KNOX CITY, .... TEXAS ñm JEMS NEWS ITEMS Thieves Wednesday secured $1100 worth oí precious stones from Wm. Rasswaller, s diamond merchant of Chicago. Friday morning in Houston Jo- seph Elkins, an aged white man, took his own life. Mr. Elkins ww over 65 years of age and suffered from acute melancholy. Fire causing a loss estimated be- tween $15,000 and $20,000 occur- red in a central block of Terrell ear- ly Tuesday morning. The grand jury of Bexar coun- ty returned thirteen true bills Wednesday, but none were against saloons or gamblers, as expected. A draw was the decision at the the of a twelve-round bout between Jack (Twin) Sullivan of Cambridge and Bill McKinnon of Roxbury at the Armory Athletic Club in Boston Tuesday. In special...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 29 January 1909

THESTATE LEGISLATURE REPRESENTATIVE FITZHUH, ANTI SUBMISSIONIST, WILL MOVE FOR VOTE ON MATTER. ARGUMENTS MADE IN SENATE A Message from Governor Campbell Was Read Before the Senate. In the House. Austin: Legislative work Monday ■was principally In the committee roomB, the sessions of the two houses being largely perfunctory. Most of the Senate session was devoted to de- bate on the submission question. That matter was also heard from in the house, through notice given by Mr. Fltzhugh, one of the anti-submis- sionlst leaders, that upon tomorrow he would move to take up the motion made by Mr. Mobley last week to re- consider the vote by which the sub- mission resolution wa3 postponed. This means that the anti-submissloni3ts are trying to crowd the measure to a vote, and if they can do nothing more they will be able by a vote on Mr. Fltzhugh's motion, to show up the strength of their adversaries. Austin: It is apparent that the sub- mlss-lonists are losing ground and they have determine...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 29 January 1909

fó' if? WW''' • •■■■■ 6 ' > DIRECTORY" • Methodist Church. Central Baptist Church. Presbyterian Church. Rev. J. H. Braswell, Pastor. Rev. W. C. Garret, Pastor. Rev. H. M. Smith, Pastor. Services first and third Sun- Services 2nd and 4th Sunday* days, morning and evening. , Services every 4th Sunday, Sunday School 10 a.m. every morning and evening. Sun- Sunday. day School every 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 ro o'clock. N. R. Morgan John H. Brice ATTORNEY-AT-LAW D. , , ,aH motary public Physician and Surgeon AND LAND AGENT Bp.d.1to «ou-tio,. . . Offlci our farnirs State Bank reyanolng, and examining __ titles to land PHONE 9} RFSIDENCE 55 1 # Commercial Club. ' ( * i Meets 1st Tuesday night in each month. Dr. Qv P. Gibner, Pres. E. B. Atterbury...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 29 January 1909

I ii WM. CAMERON & COMPANY, Incorporated, Lumber and Palnt8 Knox City, Texas ! 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. Km Priirii Hard. Beat strata of registered Po- land China Hogs and Barrad Ply swath Rook chiokans for sale at my farm 5 miles aast of Knox OKy. J. J. Denton, Kno* City, route, 1. Bur Cotton. Bring your cottoq burrows tc the Branton gin and we will pay you all they are worth. R. W. Warren. Time Table No 2 passenger east 1:52 a. ra. " 18 Local Frt. ■' 2:05 p. ra. " 1 passenger west 2:54 a. m. " 17 Local Frt " 9:30 a. ra, E. U. Higsbee af t. D. A. L1ND5EY Notary Public m COTTON. I am still buying ostton boles and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 29 January 1909

V I r': 1$^ my WANTS HER|f®| LETTER SERIAL STORY PUBLISHED For Benefit of Women who Suffer from Female Ills Ifinaeapolls, Minn.—"I waa a great dtéser from female troubles which caused a weakness i and broken down condition of the system. 1 read so much of what Lydia ¡ E. Pinkham's Veg- etable Compound bad done for other suffering women I felt sure it would help m& and I must say it aid help me wonderfully. My pains all left me, I ntw stronger, and within three months iwas a perfectly well woman. MI want this letter made public to ! the benefit women may derive from Lydia E. Pinkham's vegetable Compound"— Mrs. John o. Moldan, Si 15 Second St, North, Minneapolis, Minn Thousands of unsolicited and genu- ine testimonials like the aboye prove the efficiency of Lydia E. Pinkham's ■table Compound, which is made irely from roots and herbs. Women who suffer from those dis- tressing ills peculiar to their sex should not lose sight of these facts or doubt «be ability of Lydia E. Pinkham's ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 29 January 1909

GIRDLES ON COATS REAL NOVELTY 18 THI8 8TYLE OF THE 8EA80N. illustration Shows the Effect—Broad Satin Ribbons Used for the Pur- P°«e — Are Loose When Worn with Coats. High satin girdles are now a part of outdoor as well as indoor costumes, and, as shown in the illustration, are used on coats In a manner never be- fore deemed possible. The broad black satin girdle shown in the illustration Girdle of Black 8atln. is carried straight across the waist- coat quite above the belt line and without being drawn in tight at all. The coat has, in fact, two waistcoats, the inner one, which fastens up quite high at the throat, being made of plain ottoman silk cloth in the color of the coat. Over this is a figured satin waistcoat in gold and white. This does not quite come together, except- ing above the waist line, where the satin girdle is used. On the girdles used for house gowns, and for the street, also, sometimes, there are fringed ends or ends fin- ished with tassels. The girdles are, many ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 29 January 1909

OUR GROCERY DEP'T fa Jt*. * •T • '$> •Ml J.". ■" 'I ® III] H" ÍV;-" Iff HR Is getting" in shape to do busimes. • It isn't complete yet but will be in a short time. We carry the Burrus Flour and Guarantee every sack. We furthermore guarantee that every grain of wheat that goes into it is northern wheat. Come in and get a sack. •••• * ADAMS, DEERING & CO. • • ♦ i :¿il-ii«2I¿i«* é.eééésssiéséss4lssseseeeéeéeeeésséé éeeeeeeeeees t < M t • i • < i t i • i i i í i i ¡ i i « ! i ¿ « i ¡ : ¡ : i ! 1' i • •• • • fff¿2llliiitlllmlllllll2«iillii•••••••••••••••••••••*•••••••••••• • • •••••••• ••Sf**** * + + *** **$•*<> < •<> o eoa22o¿S23n£aa£ 2222 * JííMi!*** MUMSMSHUSMMOMUSUUUMSMtt« M« e«^OMmi«tiMMitti«MMO ^«o oAiiMitMm«o 0«M«oMMm#oM(imomonoSSSS¿SSSS¿eSSUSSSS¿£SSoSUSS • A!U!A. ^WAtflMTMyifflMiayiyMMTMnrntMTnnYfVMrMMrWMy^wrar^^^.^ ,^ CoalBH ricAlts¡ter Fancy Lumy at only $9.00 Delivered $9.5o S. Edwards Bradbury & Harris GENERAL BLACKSMITH Pemanantly Located Firs...

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

THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. WE REACH THE PEOPLE, AM) O UK MOTTO 18: "KNOX CITY FIH8T, THE WOULD AFTE HWAHD" Vol. 5. Knox City, Knox County, Texas, Friday, February 5,1909, No. 3 Most \4s 7 Bank % % % Can handle your business some way, when times are good and money easy. When times are hard and money tight, you feel the need of a business connection with a Friendly and Reliable Ban*i Do your business with us and make your ere it good Ten Per Cent We paid a ten percent dividend on last years business and we are very proud that our finantial condition was so good that we felt perfectly warranted in doing this. YA/e are QrOWifliT Grow with us Married At Santa Anna, Texas, on JanJ 17th, was solemuized the marri- age of Miss Annie Wilkinson to J. W. Boyle. Afttv spending some time in the Co email country they visit- ed friends at Baird and arrived in Knox City Friday of last week where they will make theii fu- ture ljome. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.Ü. Wilkinson of nfear Coleman. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 5 February 1909

Kl i d®K > I ' I Comparisons Necessary. *We find repeatedly bow Imperfectly igures convey to the ordinary mind the magnitude of objects," says the Welt Spiegel, "and how much more readily they are comprehended by comparison." To substantiate the as- sertion a picture Is produced of the cathedral at Cologne, which Is ICO meters In height, and next to It Is placed a picture of the Zeppelin air- ship, standing on end, reaching away beyond the middle of the highest sec- tion of the steeple, and to within 26 meters of the apex. The picture also shows the Triumphal column at Bor- is, meters In height, and next to it Mie airship Parsifal, 50 meters high as It stands on end. Prof. Muoyon saya: Cure a cold and fO« prevent Consumption. His opin- ion Is now shared by the leading phyaiclans of the country, and the wonderful cures that are being made by Munyon's Cold Remedy have at- tracted the attention of the whole medical fraternity. These little sugar pelleta break up a cold in a few hour...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 5 February 1909

I'VE BEEN THINKING About American Fathers Charles Battell Loomis (Copyright by W. Q. Chapman.) Have you ever been "the bead" of a family made up of strongly Indi- vidualized members? "Ain't It awful, Mabel?" (to use a cant phrase that I particularly loathe). "Shall the people rule?" They do rule In my house, although I am the head. The "people" are my son John and my daughter Dorothy, our cook and the wife of my bosom, Mrs. Courtlay. It necessarily follows that I am Mr. Courtlay, because such a thing as divorce is unknown in my family, and so my wife's name is the same as mine. You know I hold that divorce doesn't really change a woman's name. If she gets married to a man to begin with that settles It. His is her name to the end of the chapter. It may be a whim of mine, but if I can't have my own way in my own house I cUn at least have my own whims. Well, Mrs. Courtlay has a good mind and it Is a mind of her own. I do not pretend to influence It. Oh, yes I do. "Yes," said mother, "t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 5 February 1909

' v IP: p I ■ I DIRECTORY ^ Methodist Church. Rev. J. H. Braswell, Pastor. Services first and third Sun- days, morning and evening. Sunday School 10 a.m. every- Sunday. N. R. Morgan ATTORN'EY-AT-LAW NOTARY PUBLIC AND LAND AGENT Special attention to collecting, con- veyanciup, and exaiuiuinfr titles to laud Central Baptist Church. Uev. W. C. Garret, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4th Sunday* 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 ami 3rd Sundays morning and evening. Ñin- dav School everv Sundav. John H. Brice Physician and 5urgeon Office over Farmers Sfafe Bank PHONE 9; RFSIOENCE 55 Commercial Club. Meets'lst Tuesday night in each month. Dr. G. P. Gibner, Pres. E. B. Atterbury, Sec. I. O. O. F. Meets every Friday nipht. Dr, Ira J. Culver, N. G. Geo. T. Petty, Sec. W. 0. w. Meets 1st and 3rd Saturday. B. F. Sawyer, Con. Com. Dr...

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