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

' i i .vi m THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS WE REACH THE PEOPLE, AND OUR MOTTO IHs «KNOX CITY" FIRST, THE WORLD AFTERWARD1 No. 11 Vol. 5. Knox City, Knox County, Texas, Friday. April 2, 1909. Common Sense! \7L7pf it^ *s moneY you have been earning all 4*CI C these years. LJ spent it no doubt and -Some One Else put it in the Bank. IKNOXGITY FAIR ASSOCIATION $ r | Directors Hold Meeting: Tuesday After- noon- Manager Elected not put your own money self and be independent? 11 for vot mums rrn .<* B" p W rk hn fiSi ff, a r ■ m y) y Ibj;- íjl/'i Robert Elajr ■,-f ^ M Á <C: • V 1-9? m JO I #> "Gather crear by every wile O J J That's justified by honor; Not ior to hide it in a iffedg'c, Nor ior a trained attendant, But for the glorious privilege Of being Independent, #v i y 9 % I A meeting of the directors of j They, will also haven fair at Tho Knox City fair.and pafk-aa-1 the park next fall. Lit;,••.•ature i for tho fair will b> ocii n as held in the direo- ' t o n o i ¡ t in a room > ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 2 April 1909

ifllBALD .Auitkor Barnes ¿¡nú America!): M£8ABN£S OFJWWyWA ' Me pomp \crxexAS. JCTC A A Sequel lo >MRJB>AKNE5 I W^EHTYOKK ■ , <k ■ BBhSM?t*(5r* SYNOPSIS. Burton IT. Barnes. a wealthy American touring Corsica, rcBrues tlie young Kng- llsli lieutenant, Edward Ot-rard Anstruth- er, and Id Corsican bride, Marina, daughter of the Paollu, from the inur dcrous vendetta, understanding that his reward is to bo the hand of the girl he loves, Enid Anstruther, sister of the Eng- lish lieutenant. The four fly from AJac- clo to Marseilles or; hoard the French steamer Consluntlne. The vendetta pur- sues and as the quartet are about to bourd the (rain for London at Marseilles, Marina is handed a mysterious note which causes her to collapse and necessi- tates a postponement of the Journey. Barnes and Enid are married. Soon after their wedding Barnes' bride dis- appears. Barnes discovers she has been kidnaped and taken to Corsica. The groom secures a fishing vessel and Is about to start in p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 2 April 1909

>1ÍEN s4binet A LITTLE KNOWLEDGE INDIVIDUALITY. "Thera AID Farmer Jones: never was So contrary a steed, He's getting thinner dally, yot We give him plenty feed; But ha takes little at the trough. The saying's true, X think, Tou can lead a horse to water, but You cannot make him drink." And when one here be- low, is born A slave to doubt and fear, You may tell him God it In the wind— You cannot make him hear. You can show him clouds at sunset, You cannot make him see The silver lining—it remains A hidden mystery. Build libraries of noble books, Provide the wisest teaching, But If the people win not heed. Where Is the good of preaching? 'Tie individuality That counts, and so, I think. We waste much' time providing for The horses who won't drink. Potatoes—An Appreciation. If Sir Walter Raleigh had done nothing else, his discovery of the po- tato plant should have protected him from bis untimely fate. It is interesting to note that pota- toes, like corn, have adapted them- selves to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 2 April 1909

■ Local Happenings | FURNITURE *~SSTí W. S. Bower, formerly of Car- Petty has everything1 ea-ried ney íh preparing to build a pícü in >x first-class saddlery and hat - home in Knox City. ¡ ness house—and shoe shop too. Fred Papworth and family of West of town were in the city Tuesday. K. C. M. & 0. TIME TABLE. west bound. No. 1, Daily, ar. 5:46 p. m. No. 17, Local, ar. 8:50 a. m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri- days. east bound. No. 2. Daily, ar. 1:19 p. m. üfo. 18, Looal, ar. 3:50 p. m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and 8atur-| day a. Thru tickets to Ft. Worth, $6.30. REPORT OF METHODIST S. S, March 28st. Officers present Teacher4 present Pupil's present 4 Collection $.8 Bur Cotton. Blondin's Big show in "The Cowboy, Indian and the lady" positively the largest and best of stage shows under canvas trav- eling. Don't miss going. Fri- day April 9. I. F, F. CLUB. A very pleasant afternoon was spent with Mrs. F. E. Adams who was hostess of the I. F. F. Club Tuesday afternoon. Sev-. eral membe...

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

rlP • te •% ■<. ; _>£: ' *'¿ ., V¿'' ' • ,4 !- #1 V- ; , ' *{• Gíü'ájL*." "'*.kI . -# GENERAL DIRECTORY Methodist Church. Rev. J. H. Braswell, Pastors- Services first and third Sun- days, morning and evening. Sunday School 10 a.m. every Sunday. Christian Church. Rev/ W right, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4th Srindaya morning and evening. Sun- School every Sunday at 10 o'clock. Central Baptist Church. Rev. W. C. Garret, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4th Sundays morning and evening. Sun- day School every Sunday. N. R. Morgan ATTORN E Y-A T-L A W NOTARY PUBLIC AND LAND AGENT Special atleution to collecting, con- voyanciug, and examining titles to land Presbyterian Church. Rev. H. M. Smith, Pastor. Services every 4th Sunday, Morning and Evening. John H. Brice Physician and Surgeon Office over Farmers Stale Bank PHONE 9; RFSiOEHGE 55 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...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 2 April 1909

b ■ . i M i **S3kVU«. "•¡JMri'OTi ¿ma: 4*í «K9R& ..-v .TJLUI üíiWUWM "> ;%v: ;?•%*: "W! j***1"** Exquisite Millinery Creations For Easter Clever Creations of our own designers together with imported models, clearly reflecting the beauty and loveliness of spring. The more discriminating dressers have been waiting for the very latest modes before selecting their Easter Hats. We are showing everything from the con- servative to the more extreme styles for this season and as to price and style this Millinery has no peer. The latest Fashion Thoughts of Paris, London and Viena, are reflected in our Imported Models,which are gems of millinery beauty and are the center of attraction. The sizes vary this season as to individual taste. Some designers are creating large and picturesque styles,while others incline favorably to the little chic styles which are attractive with the tailored costumes. . • Besides the Imported Hats, we show a great vari- ety of Hats created by Our Own Clever ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 2 April 1909

I V NOW TIME! To List Your Land With W. n. SANDIFER "The Real Estate Man" KNOX CITY I I ' Screen Your House WITH EIK SCREENS The Best Be= cause They Are The most Convenient. Wm ELEVEN NEW MEMBERS. Rev. Smith, prstor of the Pres- byterian church filled hie regular appointment Sunday morning and afternoon. At the morning service eleven new members were taken into the church, nine of which were from the Carney church, that church being dis- continued. Both services were well attended and enjoyed by the congregation. Clyde Farmer and Jodie Uee- der spent Tuesday at Benjamin. Mrs. Petty is reported on the sick list this week. Rev. Key left Tuesday for Moffat, Colorado, where he will spend several days prospecting and looking after business inter- ests in that section. Co. Inc. D. A. L1NDSEY Notary Public Col. Nix, one of the leading men of the We9t Texas Supply Company says he was in Ben- jamin last week, j • . Messrs J. VV. Moore and W. C. Milligan of Chillicothe were in the city on bus...

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

KNOX COUNTY NEWS t!. n. ATTKBBURV, Editor and Publisher I*! ' Published Every Frldsr Erenlng. Entered m ■•cond-olM* msll m«tt«r it Knot City, Ttiu, andar til* tot of Uontro* ol Ms rob 9.187*. SUBSCRIPTION PRICK I One Tear W INVARIABLY GASH IN APYANC1 KNOX CITY, TEXAS TEXAS NEWS ITEMS An incipient fire in the independ- ent cotton yard, Itasca, caused the loss of ten bales of cotton Tuesday. On account of a siege of scarlet fever the school at Fife nas been sus- pended for the week. One child has died from the disease. Dave Filschick of Halletsville, Tex., aged 73, fell between some cars at Loeb, Wednesday morning, and was instantly killed. 'From the books of City Auditor Walter T. Henderson it is shown that the city of Dallas has now near- ly $800,000 in cash balances in the city treasury. The Merchants and Planters' Bank, unincorporated, which was re- cently organized with a capital stock of $10,000, opened for business Wed- nesday in Hasse. The Commercial Club of Iowa Park is makin...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 2 April 1909

TUESTATE LEGISLATURE LEADING LEGISLATORS ARE BE- COMING WEARY OF THEIR TA8K. 2ND SPECIAL NOT FAVORED Many Bills Are Introduced and Some Have Passed and Been Signed By Governor. Austin: Some important develop- ments are expected this week in the present session o the Thirty-flrst Legis- lature, and before the expiration of the week it would not be surprising to hear from the Governor. This dally- ing which has been indulged in since the present special session convened, 1b not to the liking of the chief execu- tive, and his attitude may be disclosed in the near future. The fact remains that there is a majority in the House, and also in the Senate that is opposed to a number of the platform demands which have been submitted for con- sideration, and whether the Governor will be satisfied with the killing of these measures for which he is a stickler, remains to be seen, but if past performances are to count for anything, he is not. While a number of the members of the Legislature are ap...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 2 April 1909

a THE FIRST NATIONAL BAN K A Guarantee Of Safetv. We invite you to join the larije number of c.uvtul and considerate people who for a long while have found their banking relations with us horh profitable and pleasant. Our bank has a successful record of activo and pro gressive banking and its atuirs will beat the clos- est investigation. 1 Our Spring Goods! * I \ ro now in i tur iilnM von 11 inly (o ln> t'lU i U'd t ul tlml nen intonating. Wo liftvp n beautiful line s^S m atnI aro at prices of mimuiPl' lawtin anil dross floods ?( tho meat exacting trndi . Pricos rango fruni U l-l to U5o por yd. Wo liavo I ho iinwont thing1 in I ititI¡t"M ami inoiin ox blood oxfords tho rngo for tho I'omming sum- nn r. Non I \vo «li Wo will inagur- i| < i>ii vhHi ■ • ("><>'I ( ' in which wo will mil líulios uní;,lin under- woar in I'V.M than you can buy iiho mm In, lace find embroidery I" muho th' ni, I' y j w I)two tho luto I I'm<1 ni neckti1 h ; rid liand- kiMohit'fH to match. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 9 April 1909

THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. . WES REACH THE PEOPLE, AND OUR MOTTO IS "KNOX CITY FIRST, THE WORLD AFTERWARD" Vol. 5. Knox City, Knox County, Texas, Friday. April 9, 1909. Flour Mill for Knox City. J. W. Moore has been in tha, oity for the last few days and while here has closed the deal with the commercial club to put in a flour mill at this place. Mr. Moore will manage the mill and own the principal part of the stock. He is an experienced mill man, having- put in a life- time at the profession. His fath- er before him was one of the pio- neer millers of Georgia, and J. W. has had the experience since a small boy and is there with the goods. ' The mill will be located be<- tween 5th and Main streets, and adjoining the Railroad right of way. There will be a spur run from the side track to be built at once just this side of the main track. This is a wise move in thus locating the mill as it will in no way conflict with any trains at any time, Thi3 is to be one of the sifter type mills, 50...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 9 April 1909

* <* * KNOX COUNTY NEWS U. B. ATTERBUKV, Editor and PnblUher I I J Published Bwrjr Friday Branlnf. ' Entered u ■•eond-olMi mill matter at Knox City. Texas, under the mot oí congre " If «rcb 3.1879. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Year H M INVARIABLY CASH IN ADVANCE KNOX CITY, TEXAS TEXAS NEWS ITEMS Hay ward mill loss in Nacogdoches from Wednesday's fire is placed at $115,000. The large pipe organ of the First Presbyterian church of Marshall has been installed. Fire destroyed the Electra Gin Company's new cotton gin in Electra Tuesday morning, about 1:30 o' clock. This plant was valued at $8,000. The heaviest snow that has fallen in the lower Panhandle section in years began Wednesday morning at 7 o'clock and continued for about nine hours. \ It developed that Dr. Charles W. Eliot, the retiring president of Har- vard University, is seriously con- sidering declining the post of Am- bassador to Great Britain. The school children of Greenville, raised $200.75 Saturday, by selling tags, and t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 9 April 1909

IN THE LIMELIGHT $ HOUSE INSURGENT LEADER Congressman Victor Murdock, the red-head- ed Kansan who led the Insurgent forces in the war against CannoniBm in the organization of the present house, is a Wichita newspaper man and in all respects one of the llvest wires in con- gress. He lays his first election to his blazing locks, which he says drew him the support of every red-haired man in the Seventh district re- gardless of party or previous condition of servi- tude. Besides being the most unwelcome thorn in the side of Speaker Cannon, Murdock has done a good many things that earned him unpopu- larity with the influences at Washington. He put up a war on the mail-carrying plunderbund among the railroads, which finally resulted in lessening the expense to Uncle Sam of transport- ing thfi malla He has warred relentlessly on other old usages and precedents of the capítol. Murdock is sure of being an insurgent so long as life endures. Kansas loves an insurgent, and Victor Murdock is one...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 9 April 1909

1- • I ! if I •■1 I 5 I I I 5 ¡I j i, i 'i EIGHBORHOOD NEWS Happenings of Interest Gathered for the Benefit of Our *Rtaderj ; ery and Messrs Overby and Bon- ton attended singing at Gillispie Sunday evening. Mr. Ken Read was up from Haskell Saturday night. Messrs Luther Smith and Bob Hardimán oí Hule were here Sun I day. Come again Bob the girls Ciitf Items, Well as we never see any news from Cliff here ws come with a few items. Health is not very good at pres ent. Mrs. McCown and Miss Mattie Newton are on the siok list. j are all glad to see you. Mrs, W inn s Baby has been J Mies Maggie Bovvnan made a re. < ..cu\.jt h ton^i iho 3 j i j business-trip to Haskell Saturd'y ported better. Mr. Claud Vance of Hamlin ' vi -itt i ill :- mother, -Leitch ^ - werai days last j\v' k. M? . X1 o vv'lor ¿peo1 • tlxe. o\ with Mrs. MoCown-Tuesday even ing. Mrs. Hammick called on Mrs. FURNITURE vfrs. Lea's Sun-1 dáv higfifc wad well attended and enj y,d.l, :ul. ; j Tlie Old M-ikl's' conversión j he...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 9 April 1909

Mr.l íyÁGCHIBALDtUV! J"mu MZBAPJveS arjewyafA &£E8*>^ fíe¡SfflAí4M XTC■ ri America^ y A Sequel t? ^MRBARNES | W HEW YORK xV /sor £>az)z> MCAZ?aco. 8YN0P8IS. Burton H. Barnes, a wealthy American touring Corsica, rescues the young Eng- lish lieutenant, Edward Gerard Anstruth- er, and his Corslcan bride, Marina, daughter of the Puolis, 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 A Jar- cio to Marseilles on board the French steamer Constantino. The vendetta pur- sues and as the quartet ure about to board the train for London at Marseilles, Marina is handed a mysterious note which causes her to collapse and necessi- tates a postponement of the Journey. Barnes and Enid are married. Soon after their wedding Barnes' bride dis- appears. Barnes discovers she has been kidnaped and taken to Corsica. The groom secures a flshlng vessel and 1 about to start i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 9 April 1909

■ ir 1 ; "0 GENERAL DIRECTOPV Methodist Church. Uev. J. H. Braswell, Pastor. Services first and third Sun- days, morning and evening. Sunday School 10 a.m. every Sunday. Christian Church. Rev. Wright, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4th Snndays morning and evening. bun- School every Sunday at 10 o'clock. I O. O. F. Meets every Friday ni^ht. Dr, Ira J. Culver, N. G. Geo. T. Petty, Sec. Rebeccas, Meets every Tuesday night. Mrs. E. C. Couch, N. G. Alice McLain, Sec. Central Baptise Church. Kev. W. C. Garret, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4th Sundays morning and evening. Sun- day School every Sunday. N. R. Morgan ATTORNEY-AT-LAW NOTARY PUBLIC AND LAND AGENT Special attention to collecting, con- veyancing, and examining titles to laud w. o. w. Meets 1st and 3rd Saturday. B. F. Sawyer, Con. Com. Dr. I. M. Wilson, Clerk, Presbyterian Church. Rev. H. M. Smith, Pastor. Services every 4th Sunday, Morning and Evening. John H. Brice Physician and Surgeon Office ovar Farmers State Bank PHONE 9; RFSIDENGE 55...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 9 April 1909

• iV • • • v* • • • • • f&m ••y« i ü • f • • • iv: S£:5S: Exquisite Millinery Creations For Easter Clever Creations of our own designers together with imported models, clearly reflecting the heauty and loveliness of spring. The more discriminating dressers have been waiting for the very latest modes before selecting their Easter Hats. We are showing everything from the con- servative to the more extreme styles for this season and as to price and style - this Millinery has no peer. The latest Fashion Thoughts of Paris, London and Viena, are reflected in our Imported Models,which are gems of millinery beauty and are the center of attraction. The sizes vary this season as to individual taste. Some designers are creating large and picturesque styles,while others incline favorably to the little chic styles which are attractive with the tailored costumes. #• • Besides the Imported Hats, we show a great vari- ety of Hats created by Our Own Clever Designers. The same exquisite color, th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 9 April 1909

W i' SÜMMJlRr OF THE WEEK A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. ITEMS FOR BUSINESS PEOPLE A Carefully Digested and Condensed Compilation ef Current New* DomeatU and Foreign. The northwestern section of Cuth- bert, Cía., was struck by a cyclone Tuesday and almost totally destroy- ed. The first car exclusively for wom- en that has ever run into New York started from the Hoboken terminal of the McAdoo tunnels Wednesday morning. A portion of the military prison at Fort Leavenworth was destroyed by fire late Wednesday night. The prisoners were removed from the cell house under a heavy guard of United States troops and confined in a stockade. Twenty thousand American boys, all members of a social and athletic organization known as the Sons of Daniel Boone, have enlisted in the task of running down the kidnapper of one of their number, Harold Moon, a member of the Flint (Mich.) chapter of the organiza- tion. The Duke and Duchess of Aosta have issued invitations to a dinn...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 9 April 1909

NOW IS THE TIME! To List Your Land With V T W X \\.s> r-y.y r y ' .. W 9 n © SAND V 1 ■ #f,'rhe Real Estat ER Mara Press Clarke and Misses Myr- tle Craig and Edna Fox returned "Wednesday afternoon from Truscolt where they have been spending a few days. • They re- port tlio time of their lives and that the Truscott people are up to now when it comes to enter- taining—and by the way, Mr. Clarke says he wouldn't mind owning some'land up there. S. I. Edwards hrs purchased one of the famous Kingsbury pianos from our popular music man, J. W. Boyle. T. A. Brown was one among the many purchasing a famous Kingsbury pianos last week. —-—y t •- r v" * Mr and Mrs R. T. Turner are rejoicing over the arrival of s fine girl whioh asked for room at the dining table on Thursday of last week. J. F. Weiser of Hico wae in the oity Thursday prospecting. Mr. Lee Coffman was in to see Qs tilia week and subscribed for the News and W Werth Record, Many thanks, Brother Coffman. T. J, Dutton called to see ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 9 April 1909

INTO THE DEPTHS By H. TIPTON STECK (Copyright, by J He slouched along the edge of the wharf to whore the Sally Ann, a trim little steam schooner lay. Dirty, ragged, with matted hair and beard, thlB broken specimen of hu- manity seemed to have reached the last stages of decay and cared for nr.ught. However, if one looked sharp, the face was bronzed and seamed pos- sibly from long exposure to the bitter elements of the briny deep, as the clothes were sea togs beyond a doubt, though in a sad state of dilapidation. This seafaring wreck had long watched the loading of the Sally Ann from a distance, and in his watery, red- rimmed eyes, a somber glow would dow and then burn at the sight of a commanding figure moving with loud imprecations and vicious blows among the motley crew. Paxon ft Co. could indeed have found no better leader tor their men than Winteraon, the burly first mate of the Sally Ann. a man who was known and feared for hla brutality by all who tramped the water-front Not iut...

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