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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 26 February 1909

'VXVJrv.'"-*' THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. WK BEACH rm: PEOPLE, AND OUR WOTTO IS: "KNOX OITY FIllgT, THE WOHL1) AFTEBWAHD' Ol. 5. Knox City, Knox County, Texas, Friday. February 26, 1909. No. 6 1 V Jiti. > N^. N^- ' k y.jp. k-X'V ■?e p P k Most to etny Old «V & /|S A r.v« Can handle your business some way, when times are good and money easy. When times are hard and money ti^ht, you feel the need of a business connection with a Friendly and Reliable Bank Do your business with us and make your ere it good Ten Per Cent to to to to to « to to 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. to /is to /IS to \A/e are Growing Grow with us ^ $ Individual responsibility of stock holders to to t i to to ABSOLUTELY FREE On Saturday. February 27,, at 6 o'clock p. 111. The Knox! County News will give away 1 absolutely Free to the most ! popular lady in Knox County, j one of the Fa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 26 February 1909

/ J ■, Z' Í <V KNOX COUNTY NEWS IE. B. ATTKRRCRV, Miff aa« frtlUtor Pabttshed Br* 17 Wfcr «reala* w i^r r i $ Mm r.^' - Mtered m asroaS nines MO MMr at Knox CU>. TlIMi Safer lk« SOI #1 COMrM* Of Ur«h «. Mt. " SUBSCRIPTION PR1CB: ON TNI W * INVARIABLY CASH IN APVANCB KNOX CITY, TSZA8 TEXAS NEWS ITEMS The most disastrous fire experi- enced in Charlotte, W. Va., in 24 yean early Friday destroyed proper- ty valued at $225,000. One man was killed and three in- jured at Sour Lake Wednesday by the explosion of a boiler in the plant of the Hardcastle Oil Co. , The 80,000,000 people in America we as many matcht* as the 800,000,* 000 in the remainder of the world, according to statistics of Ihe Texas Fine Prevention association. A. B. Patterson & Co., of Green- ville, the largest shippers of poultry and eggs in the South, shipped six car loads of eggs to New York last week, comprising 2,595 cases. John Soott, a young farmer of Kmberson, 30 years old, who was en- gaged in getting out...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 26 February 1909

9 • HE United States T secret service, which is the bone of con- tention between the president and con- gress in a contro- versy that promises to become historic, is frequently denominated the "least known branch of our government." Whether the present agitation will dispel the mystery that has long existed is very doubt- ful. If a debate is precipi- tated there will doubtless be an airing of certain phases of secret, service work but it is not to be ex- pected that there will be any lifting of I he veil as regards the means and methods of Uncle Sam's "black cabinet." Owing to the stipulations made by con- gress in providing the last annual appropria- tion for the maintenance of (he secret serv- ice—the self-same limitations under which President Roosevelt is now chafing—the op- erations of the secret service are at present restricted to what might be termed its origi- nal functions—namely the apprehending of •counterfeiters and the protection of the person of the chief magistrate. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 26 February 1909

% I . - iff. V; '¡'.■i ti '■ r. w f' Si, ÍIMMÉÍ' -# GENERAL DIRECTORY Methodist Church. Rev. J. H. Bras well, Pastor. Services first and third Sun- days, morning nnd evening. Sunday School 10 a.m. every Sunday. N. R. Morgan ATTORNEY-AT-LA\Y NOTARY PUHLIO AND LAND AGENT Special attention to collecting1, con- vcyancin^, and examining title to land I. O. O. F. Meets every Friday night. Dr. Ira J. Culver, N. G. Geo. T. Petty, Sec. Central Baptist Church. ftev. 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. John H. Brice Physician and Surgeon Office over Farmers Sfate Bank PHONE 9; RFSIDENCE 55 Commercial Club. Meets 1st Tuesday night in eacli month. Dr. G. P. Gibner, Pres. E. B. Atterbury, Sec. w. o. w. Meets 1st an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 26 February 1909

JHVMVIjPMr/'tfitffNP MRM ■■ ÜL ... & - WM. CAMERON & COMPANY, Incorporated, Lumber and Paints Knox City, Texas NOW IS THE TIME REN£W YOUR SUBSCRIPTION Judge Lindsoy accompanied by the editor made a trip to King County Monday. We happened to reach Mr. II. .1. Mathin just at dinner time and lucky that wei • * j q)ii( b • did for wu were botli hungry and there we received a welcome and enjoyed a good dinner for which sve are under many obligations to Mr and Mrs Mathis. We found eve<ything flourishing in the settlements west of the riveri W. B. Williams mado a trip to ¡ Gainesville Saturdy returning Monday. H. J. Mathis is building a nice five room hous on his place west of the river. You must remember that our Sewing Machine Contest closes Saturday, Feb. 27th, at 6 o'clock. The votes are not running high and a few dollars spent with us, votes to go for your friend stands a o"ood chance to £et the machine. It is now on display at our office. Call and see it. «i Judge Tacket o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 26 February 1909

■ I r l i !v NIW 8TRKN0TH FOR WOMIN't BACKS. How to Mak* a Bad Back Better. Womea who aufter with bsckachs, bearing down pain, dizzy spells, and that constant feeling of dullness and tired- nesB, will find hope in the advice of Mrs. Mary Hinson of 21 Strother St., Mt. Sterling. Ky. "Had I not used Doan'a Kidney Pills I be- Mere I would not be living to-day," Bays Mrs. Hinaon. "My eyesight was poor, I suffered with nervous, splitting headaches, spots would dance before my eyes, and at times I would be bo dizzy I would have to grasp some- thing for support. My baok was bo weak and painful I could hardly bend ever to button my shoes and could not get around without suffering severely. Doan'a Kidney Pills helped me from the first, and I continued until practi- cally well again." Sold by all dealers. CO cents a box. Foater-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. THE BUGVILLE BA8EBALL GAME. Jim Ant—Run, fellows run! Dill Beetle—What's up? Jim Ant—Why, here comes the fly cop! "We Have Many Similar" Th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 26 February 1909

THESTATE LEGISLATURE k - ■- A COMMITTEE TO INVESTIGATE 8ENATOR THOMAS' CHARGE OF LOBBYING. DOES NOT REST ON MONDAY Governor 8lgns Drainage Bill —New Bills Introduced In Both Branches. Austin: Notwithstanding this la the anniversary of the birth oí the Father of His Country, the senate held a busy session Monday morning and dis- posed of a large amount of business and adopted a resolution that when the senate adjourns Monday It shall be In respect to the memory of George Washlngto*. The senate adopted the conference committee reports on Alexander's bulk sales bill and also the house bill refunding to liquor dealers the unearned portion of the liquor licenses, the senate having receded from Its amendment. When the house adopts these reports the bills will go to the governor. Senator Cofer had adopted a reso- lution thanking the citizens of Galves- ton for the entertainment tendered the members of the legislature. It passed also the bill by Senator Perkins providing a heavy penalty for...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 26 February 1909

Mr. D. W. Sirkcl, holding: ticket number 6843, is prize winner in the Knox City Mercantile Company's premi- um contest. BBSBK "EES rs«B The drawing in our contest was held Monday the 15th as advertised and five numbers were drawn as follows: 1st number 6843. 2nd number 15815' 3'^ number 543o- 4th number 6146. - 5th number 2632. Five numbers were drawn so it would not be necessary to make a second drawing in case the first number should not be held by someone and too, that it might be fair and impar- tial to all concerned. The first number was held by Mr. D. W. Sirkel, west of town, and the premium has been awarded to him. While we have no further premiums to offer we are giving big values in high grade depen- dable Merchandise, Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Hats, Boots and Shoes. In addition we have the largest and besjt selected stock of Groceries in West Texas. Prices right too. A continuance of your valued patronage is solicited. Come in and see us. Low Prices Fair Dealing Knox C...

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

THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS WE REACH THE PEOPLE, AND OIR MOTTO I«s "KNOX CITY FIRST, THE WORLD AFTERWARD' Vol. 5. Knox City, Knox County, Texas, Friday, March 5, 1909. No. 7 ^ ... mi Swv. i«ári5> v??> ^xt£- ^ ^^ <*¿* *£•■ ^^ Most CITY PUBLIC SCHOOL any MsíjííjIs Is &3tiir o r, * Old 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 Bank 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. \A/e are Growing Grow with us % la Kaftar Hiir §g|i03j fa- eries any our failures. _ _ ARCH 23 New Bonds to lie issued and Work to Begin on Magnificent ; Buiibing in tiie Near Future. While the Knox Cit y pub- On March 23 there will be lie school facilities have not held another electio...

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

¿ I r^'7 t M',. ' K"s'v ' «THE MARRYING •QUIRE." Antic* Q*org« K. Law Ha® Broken All Oeorft E. Law, Justice of the Peace, lift Franklin 8t, Brasil. Ind., U knows tar and wide aa the "Marry in* Squire," from the fact that he haa mar- ried more couples than any other offl- cial In Indiana. Judge Law wrote a letter In 1906, recommend- ing Doan'e Kidney Pills, which he said had made a bad ftack well, enabled him to sleep bet- ter aighti and feel more fit for work. The treatment also cleared up the viae. On January 5, 1909, Judge Law •oaflrmed his previous testimony. "I lava recommended this remedy to many people since I first used it," •aid he. Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box, Poster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. T. CLA88 THAT HUBBY WA8 IN. SERIAL STORY Possibly Wife Did Not Mean It Just That Way, But There It Was. A husband and wife ran a freak •how In a certain provincial town, hut ■nfortunately they quarreled, and the exhibits were equally divided between them. The wife decided to con...

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

THESTATE LEGISLATURE MSS APPROPRIATION BILL AND GO HOME DOES NOT APPEAL TO GOVERNOR. CIRCUSBILL FALLS UNDER AX Matter of Establishing Home for Lep- ers in Texas Is Also Con- sidered. Austin: Gov. Campbell Is not will- ing that the legislature should "pass tho general appropriation bill and go home"—that is to say, he thinks it should pass more than the appropria- tion bill before it quits. The legisla- ture was made acquainted with the views of the chief executive upon the subject very soon after the members returned from Dallias Monday morn- ing. No formal message upon thai subject was sent to the legislature, but the governor sent for members of both houses, singly, in pairs and in groups, and gave them a piece of his mind. All through th!<? session the gover- nor has been keeping very quiet, quiet in a sort of ominous way. This morn- ing he erupted, and, it is said, talked to the legislators in a very emphatic and Arm manner. Some of those whom he summoned say that he expresse...

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

m mm hL x\ ^ ■ 'jfi. "Ft «■H; .< • I rat •J ft \ 1 3N * ' '* T" fei; x ■ SfflE -v- " lírSa*. * •' m. I ' l 1 | I B GENERAL DIRECTORY Methodist Church. Rev. J. H. Braswell, Pastor. Services first and third Sun- days, morning Rod evening. Sunday School io a.m. every Sunday. I Central Baptist Church. * Kev. W. C. Garret, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4II1 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. 13. Key, Pastor. Services 1 st and 3rd Sundays morning and evening. Sun- day School every Sunday. N. R. Morgan A TTORN E Y - A T-LA W NOTARY PUBLIC AND LAND AGENT Special attention to collecting, con- veyancing, and examining titles to la ml John H. Brice Physician and Surgeon Office over Farmers State Bank PM0NE 9; RFSIDENCE 55 Commercial Club. Meets 1st Tuesday night in each month. Dr..G. P. Gibner, Pres. E. B. Atterbury, Sec. Orville Bul'ington Uttornev...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 5 March 1909

m I D. A. L1NDSEY Notary Public AROUSED HIS SUSPICIONS. Palace Barber Shop | Sharp iazers and towels. All kinds of bar- ker and tonsorial \ *.rk. Agent for Stamford Steam Laundry • .sketsloaves on Tuesday fuvns on SiitiP'"-., Cm 11 and seje us, Parks and Shaw, Proprietors M I 1 & \w .v ^'JÜA I re- PLANT R08ES WITH PURPOSE. The school children of Portland, Oro., under the supervision of their women school teachurs, planted 3.000 arose hushes in the city parks on i Washington's birthday. It is said to be the hope of Oregon women that ¡ the first blossoms from these bushes | • will be used to celebrate the passage ; of the suffrage amendment to the state constitution, the discussion of ; which comes up early next June in i the state legislature. ' Sg e„ %-P * Bradberry &Norris GENERAL BLACKSMITH Pemanantly Located Firstclass work of all kinds. Horse shoeiug a specialty. Your bus.ness solicited. B m Meenniann—It gives me great pleas ure to offer you this cigar. Clubman—Gee! Is i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 5 March 1909

t 0 ' á- íii m m V . IVA ,,, A II? '# lit: jig K&' . Ilfc I- *'• lr W ÍW1 jM, | $$.:. íÉ" ■' % $$ Hi K 4$ riy ■*'■ ' ; & M 1#: fefl? ¿= KNOX COUNTY NEWS *. H. ATTKKIHK V, K.lltor an<l Publisher Pabltahed lr«r; Friday Evening. Entered ae Mcood*olM« mail matter at Kdos City. Texae, andar the aot of CongreM ol Marob3.187 . SUBSCRIPTION PRICK; Om Tear $1 00 INVARIABLY CASH IN ADVANCE SUMMARY Of THE WEEK A RESUME OF THE M08T IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. KNOX CITY, TEXAS TEXAS HEWS ITEMS George Bonhab, of the Irish- American Athletic club, broke the world's record for the five-mile run here Tuesday, at Troy, N. Y. Everett Smith, a youth 17 years of age, was discovered, drowned, in a well at the home of his father, James Smith, near Weston Tuesday morning, Arthur Day, 23 years of age died Tuesday from being scalded in a vat of boiling water at the Armour packing plant in Fort Worth. The Grayson county competitive poultry show is on under the aus- pices of the farmers' tr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 5 March 1909

INAUGURATION ADDRESS OF PRESIDENT TAFT NEW CHIEF EXECUTIVE OUTLINES POLICIES Definite Announcement That Extra Session of Congress Will Be Called to Consider Tariff Revision—Postal Savings Bank Is to Be Pushed—Other Recommendations. Washington, March 4.—President Taft's inaugural address, delivered after he had taken the oath of office, was as follows: My Fellow Citizens: Any one who takes the oath I have just taken must feel a heavy weight of responsibility. If not, he has no conception of the powers and duties of the office upon which he is about to enter, or he is lacking in a proper sense of the obli- gation which the oath imposes. The office of an Inaugural address Is to give a summary outline of the main policies «' the new administra- tion, so far as they can be anticipated. I have had the honor to be one of the advisers of my distinguished prede- cessor, and as such, to hold up his hands in the reforms he has initiated. I should be untrue to myself, to my promises and to the ...

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

ja. a f '■>'. II üíffiJ v : OUR GROCERY DEP'T ■« &&S r X ::f;5 Our buyer, Mr. Adams, is now in the northern market buying dry goods for our neat up-to-date store. He reports everything favorable. Our new spring line will arrive'in a few days, and will be conveniently displayed by Mar. 10th. He will engage an up-to-date trimmer and with a well selected stock will be able to show the ladies everything new and up-to-now !n 'headgear. Our gents furnishings will be complete. Everything' new in lawns and all « pring and summer apparel. Kraf mf* ■m ••V ? * fjij orders. We will give you prompt deliveries and courteous treat- Prices are Our new grocery store is now complete with fresh line of new, ffli :jvV: groceries. Give us a A''v: call or phone in your ment. y — - 7*1 Ijiappenings ^ Leon Goforth made a trip to Aula Tuesday. C. C. Tucker was down from Trusoott Wensday on business. Lee MoLain was in the oity Visiting his parents this week. Howard Stanley made a busi- ness trip t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 12 March 1909

■ . • Hit i rur :I ZZrEii ■ ,.,*.t¿m,,.,r.. wfa fc- f - k 5'" üfit' ss wmmmt mm ■ ■■■■ n . pa •• WE UEACJI THE PEOPLE, ANO OTTIi MOTTO IX: ' Vol. 5. OlííU j'j j ■*.«A.i..—-V COclJLxti^y < ,i„ , «•KNOX CTi'V Kl ÜST, THE WOULD Al TEK WA5ÍI)' i -J.ÜL -j , j! . ¿ i Oil ¿ 0) xtyOi^k y ■ , ' " JmrJ mM - «Si No. 8 . '■'? í ?;-:■■ % ;r ■:•■; !• ¿if*,<*£•jdgj ,5-". , -•', :7. Tw> .tip tw> «íirt 1w> n^ia^inwn Jap h! >¡V -'V v^,* ^SSu* ^j¡¿ s X* <Sk* $ fe V\M f> v, Sa 9 «I k • a & 0 ¥M •ml HI r fl any ft/ DI '•\ y rJ H u BK ; i V i% 5 A |Hl3! w c j ¡J viv u u jj 8¡r[L¡ íf /jV-'H ' M t ;g NM ?<.) M ' j 4 h ti ■■ it: I' ci iu o TK ü,r w lesi- on these ' ii nv atfijyll " Old mm 31UW 91 ¿'«byI is«i; t)!2oo íJÜ J&\ ft: £? íñíV , 'Ílií ^ I v Bank # 0, y m le work buik i1 ngs a re praot ¡cal Jy com- plete unci will cost on an av"' i:l; ,.se «>¡ ■ ¿OOO each. E, 1). Í. nnett and C. !). Shaw will SO"! i j i a \ tli.ir new residence nndcr construction---A fi,reat dea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 12 March 1909

ITY NEWS M< PwklUkar tot 9t C—gftSfoi ■UMCKirriOM FElCts «1 M fAXUBLT CAM IM ADVANCB CITY, TEXAS > ■; .w** K <s'«% k„f? • '• mh' " ' - I.SHP «Hi TESIS NEWS ITEMS The total estimated income of Ft. Worth for 1909 is placed at $638,000. The Farmer*' State bank, capital $25,000, has been organized at Com- merce. An average of about fifty bales of cotton are marketed on the streets of Brady daily. After sixty-one yearn' residence in Dallas county, Mm Irene Ferry died Tuesday at her home in Cedar Hill; twenty-four miles from Dallas. The Brownview ranch, three three miles west of Granbury, was sold to C. L. Floyd of Denton for a cash consideration of $20,000 The postofflce at Rector, Denton county, is to be discontinued after March 31 and the patrons of the office served by a rural route out of Lewisville. The new city tax fixed by the eitv council of San Antonio is $1.06 and the school tax 39 cents, making a total of $1.45, as against a total for last year of $l.t>0. There are...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 12 March 1909

v ' 11 r ' (::• , p. - F. • if1.-' ■ ¡fe fes1* - [if' #V- [W .3?;''' [ " !. . V ,,' E .fir *■ 'S' V« ml Wm HEN WHO FORM PRESIDENT TAFT'S CABINET 'UM/MA C.KNOX tMANKUN Ah* KBfftV <XBCJBJI7A*r $f- *d TMASOM teOHQK. M. W/CHlRJtMMl ATTOMtY-— ~ 6£.A/£A/ti SACOAST. O/CKINSOH <ZJZCKK.TA*Y < ff— m Geo&aj: ytwL. HñY&G ¿¿CGñT/hvy FHAtficH H/TCHCOC JfyTSMJT&K* — Q£/V£.JBA 6 TZ/CHAX^D -A- 8A¿ ^SJSCñe. 7VH&Y fA/VSXMrt—S <3L* —<*Q vSAMCJ h//lJOAf <U£c/ec.y-A&y of o¿_ CA*/4&JLCJ SV/K3J.E-* * J£C/Zñ.-rAGyCOAME4,C£~~m A d Kt/C^t/JLt' f O. O • '•'s * > President Taft's cabinet of nine men Is headed by Philander Chase Knox, secretary of state, who was born In 1853 at Brownsville, Pa. He graduated from Mount Union college, Ohio, in 1872, and three years later was admitted to the bar. During the yean 1876 and 1877 he served as as- sistant United States district attorney (or the western district of Pennsyl- vania. In the latter year he formed a law partnership...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 12 March 1909

. ra •' i .'*& ft «Pía ¿ír' ffll; ti ■. vU- ■; >tá m Mi E:*|í Mci &Í&. '• v &:¿9& ■ IS& ■ ■:,* v; v, S -i flF® &H $/*-' fe * *11$ &£'*§• JK lili :^,'W ^:r ;;:i ú:i t'l mi0¡:. JSfmMi, GENERAL DIRECTORY ' te ' iMi'm Methodist Church. Rev. J. H. Bras well, Pastor. Services first and third Sun- days, morning and evening. Sunday School 10 a.m. every Sunday. Central Baptist Church. iiev. W. C. Garret, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4th Sundays k 4 morning and evening. Sun- day School every Sunday. Presbyterian Church. Rev. H. -M. Smith. Pastor. Services ever*, 4th Sunday, Morning and Evening. ^irst Baptist Church. Rev. R. H. Key, Pastor. Services* t st ami 3rd Sundays morning ami 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 ATTORNKY-AT-LAW NOT Alt V PUliLIC AND LAND AGENT Hix't'iul attention to colleetinjf. con- veyunclug', ...

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