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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 9 April 1909

I. BOTH HOUSES PASS GUARANTY BILLS NINETY VOTE8 FOR AND SEVEN TEEN AGAIN8T THE MEA* URE BY CURETON. SENATE PICKS SENTER-HUME Decide In Favor of the Substitute tc Alexander Bill, After Lengthy Consideration. Austin, Tex., April 4.—The Senate at 1:04 o'clock thiB (Sunday) morn ing finally passed the Senter-Humc substitute for the Alexander deposits guaranty bill by a vote of 14 to 10, there being three pairs, showing thai the Senter-Hume advocates had the seventeen votes they have been claim ing. Austin, March 2.—Guaranty o. bank deposits held the boards in both Houses this afternoon, the Senate picking the subject up just about the time the House passed the bill bj Messrs. Cureton and others, and short ly before, the House finally passed the bill by a vote of 90 to 17. The Cureton bill went through the House without the adoption of any amendments materially changing it. The bill, as passed, provides that State banks which have been in ex istence one or more years shall, ic the first ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 9 April 1909

FfrJ. Jr. w, 1ft 4 New é Seasonable Goods We are headquarters for the most beautiful pattern.' of matting. "Come and see." Our time is yours and it is a pleosure to show the best merchandise. Window shades, Art squares, sutlained carpeting and all other household commodities to make "HOME, SWEET HOME." We now have at your command a genuine first ciass tinner and up-to-date plumber. We want your windmill business and if quality and prices are wcrth anything to you, now is your opportunity. Large tanks, small tanks, cisterns and stock tubs, can build your towers and install your bath and boiler connec- tions. Command us if you are trom Missouri. Our one seed drop is still the farmer's friend; you are all getting familiar with the Ledbetter, also the Empress planter, they are leaders in the cotton and corn path. Cultivators are now in sea- san and we have them to let. <£*£*& Command us, we are your when iri peed of iiieuicme t J H Laniers store and THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK bottle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 16 April 1909

? ■ r THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS % WK HEACH THE PEOPLE, AND OUR MOTTO IS: "KNOX CITY FIRST, 'THE Knox City, Knox County, Texas, Friday, April 16, 1909. Ho.] A Thousand in Sunday School in Ono Dan ,n Knox City. The various Sunday schools in knox City have united in an effort to have one thousand peo- ple in Sunday School in Knox City on the seoond Sunday in May. We hope nobody will say "It can't be done," but let every body say "I will help." The plan is to have a \mass meeting at the Methodist church on Thursday night (April 22) and appoint committees and thoroughly organize for the work. Then every home and nook and corner and street and lane in and about Knox City will be canvassed and the people in- vited to Sunday School. We mean to talk up, pray up and work up an interest until every- body will be impelled by interest to go. This is all done by con- certed action on the part of all the Sunday Schools. Yet each dunday school meets in it's own regular place and way and each person is f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 16 April 1909

WHEN NOVELIST "GOT EVEN* J 5 1 m KNOX COUNTY NEWS B. ATTEBBCBY, Editor and PublUhT Published Bwj FrMey Erenla . Entered u MCOld-OlM B *ll ■ #•' City. Ttiu, udir Ik* «H of congrt# at March I. UTO. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Tear ^ ¡¿ 1WVAR1ABLT CASH IN ADVA.HC KNOX PITY, • * • • TEXA8 TEXAS NEWS ITEM" Waco suffered a fire loss Monday morning aggregating $40,000, nar- rowly escaping a conflagration of awful proportions. The postal receipts f<Jr the year ending March 31 at Mexia, was $8,- 196.61. The cotton receipts in Terrell by wagon for the season of 1908-09 amount to 28,992 bales. George A. Clark, twenty-five years chief operator in the Galveston West- ern Union office, died Wednesday. Land agents closed a sale of seven sections of well-improved land in Nolan County. Consideration, $135,- 000. The new building for the Terrell city lighting plant is about com- pleted. Machinery will arrive in a few days. The 8-year-old son of Mrs. Hank- ins West, in Paris, was fatally burn- ed at 4 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 16 April 1909

A-WAYSIDE INCIDENT IN AFRICA i; * \ ""3 sv'': v' wmM In South Africa the rhinoceros is gradually retreating northwards before the advance of the white man, but in northern Zuluiand he is still a common object of the countryside and not a particularly pleasant one, unless one hap- pens to be on hunting bent, for the animal is extremely dangerous and liable to charge without provocation. In the neighborhood of St. Lucia bay rhinocer- oses are often encountered by travellers, and such an incident as Is here shown Is not uncommon. PRlbEOFBLINDra Marble Falls, Tex., Built by Sight- less Old Soldier. Pioneer, Guided by Hearing and Touch, Platted Streets and Since Has Worked Constantly to De- velop Now Thriving Place. Dallas, Tex.—Another chapter of the dream of Gen. Adam R. Johnson, the blind man who founded the town of Marble Falls, Tex., and for many years has been the chief spirit in its up- • building, is being unfolded. It was nearly a half century ago that Gen. Johnson arose from a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 16 April 1909

i 1 r ¡! ' f HapptninMJ of InUrts* Galhertd for "Btnefit of Our H ad*rj Cliff IflMSi Farmers of our community are •bout up with their work and waiting for rain. Wheat is looking fine but the •and and wind haa about ruiued the oats. Brother Leveridge filled his «•guiar appoints eat here Sun- day. The crowd* was small ow- ing to the wind blowing so hard. Mrs Swift spent a few days last week with her brother, Mr. McCann. Mrs. Worn mack of Jones Coun ty is visiting at the home of Mrs. Lea. Mr. Cedric Irwin and Miss Hesther Kenamore went to Rhtneland Sunday. Mr. John Zaobary of Haskell •ailed on Miss Maggie Bowman Snnday. The Messrs Patterson and Miss- es Benton were seen going down the road Sunday evening. We have never learned whether they have returned or not, they may have landed in Haskell for all we know. Messrs Will Teague and Luih- er Swift of Rule paid Cliff a short visit Sunday in spite of the sand storm. We are gled to report the siok of our community "better. Messrs A. B. Low...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 16 April 1909

V American ^yÁDCflIBALD lip MP.BAPAf£S ARNES OF NEW YORK SYNOPSIS. Burton H. Barnes, a wealthy American touring Corsica, rescues the young Eng- lish lieutenant, Edward Gerard Anstrutli- w, and his 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 the Eng- lish lieutenant. The four fly from AJae- clo to Marseilles on board the French uteamer Constantirte. The vendetta pur- sues and as the quartet are 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. BarneB and Enid are married. Soon after their wedding BarneB' bride dis- appears. Barnes discovers she has been kidnaped and taken to Corsica. The groom secures a fishing vessel and U about to start in pursuit of his bride's captors when he hears a scream from the villa and rushes back to hear that Ans...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 16 April 1909

I .< i i i fff sa !■ i<¡£ SL L ■1 f : 1 í!: i 1 § I i# I l I- • 1 : r l i. i r Ul í ■" il' [J 1 * k';i« '! hr, DIRECTORY Methodist Church. Kev. J. H. Braswell, Pastor. Services first and third Sun- days, morning and evening. Sunday School io a.m. every Sunday. Central Baptist Church. Kev. 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, feun- School every Sunday at 10 o'clock. .Morgan ATTORNEY-AT-LAVV NOTARY PUBLIO AND LAND AGENT Special attention to collecting, con- veyancing, and examining titles to land John H. Brice Physician and Surgeon Office over Farmers State Bank PHONE 9; RFSIDENCE 55 C. E. BAILEY DENTIST Perma...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 16 April 1909

V*t••• • t •• 'fit!' '?ÍV MVS LIST YOUR LAND WITH "J. H. ATTERBURY 11 REAL • • ESTATE M N " ' I i"* 'I I I SAVED BY SECOND THOUGHT «í&e>ííL<!. BS4S b >«9 Pure Drugs, Right Prices, Straight DEALING at the I Orient Drug Store Dr. Ira J. Colver, Pr^p. i H. Mahan, BAIRD AND KNOX CITY . Wholesale and Retail Dealer in ■ on ■ easy ■ jajnsits • or > will ■ trade ■ for. stock We are wanting some good horses so if you want an instrument of any kind and have some surplus stock come in and we will trade with you. J. W. BOYLE, Mgr. Mr. Hartman Telia Story of Narrow ■scape from u .Cold Bath, If Nothing Worse. I When Mr. Hartman returned an hour later than usual, Mrs. Hart- man asked him the reason, and his good natured face was solemn as he answered her. "I haf had one nar- row escape from drowning, Katch- en," he said. "How was that happen?" asked his wife, as she helped him unwind the knitted scarf from his neck. "Tell me it at once, Hans/' "It was at the ferry that I came late,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 16 April 1909

THESTATC liGBUTURt J 111 1 f: * i ¡ 7 ' 11 - 11 jf- ** '■imW % 8$ • ' •• TWO MESSAGES SENT TO BOTH HOUSES EASTER SUNDAY BY GOVERNOR. EXTRA SESSION IS CALLED Criticises Legislators on Lack of Ac- tion on Platform Demands. Time Wasted. Austin: Gov. Campbell Sunday sent to the legislature two messages. The first, which was delivered to the Senate when It met In the morning, and to the House when it met this nfternoon. was in the nature of a roast, giving his reasons for having to call a second special session. l^ater in the day he sent in a second message, transmitting his proclama- tion for a second session. The text of these mesages follows: Executivo Office, April 10, 1909.—To the legislature: The Constitution of this Stale Imposes upon the Governor, among other things, the duty to 'rec- ommend to the Legislature such meas- ures as he may deem expedient." Com- pliance with this provision of the Con- stitution is always the source of much annoyance to the servants of special interest...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 16 April 1909

>!• NOW IS THE TIME! To List Your Land With W. n. 5ANDIFER "The Real Estate Man'* KNOX CITY r I Local Happenings Joe Pate, the exclusive furni- ture man. r—PI*1 Ings C. Mahan of Baird speht a few days in the eity this week. Eev. Key went to Benjamin Sat- urday, returning: Monday. Miss Lena Bnlow left yester- day for Truscott. FOR SALE OR TRADE — A secohd hand buggy. See Dr. Jno. H. Brice. tf J, Driver of Benjamin spent a few days in the city the first of the week. Coffee, sugar, oottolene, ap- ples, onions, potatoes, just re- ceived at D. A. Lindsay's. Mr. and Mrs, G. A. Branton of Knox City passed thru Wednes- day going to Carbon on business Press Clarke moved his tailor shop to the farmer's State Bank building just North of Joe Pate's furniturs store. J. L, Pearce left yesterday for Truscott, Mr. Pullig made a business trip to Benjamin Monday. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Wolfe left this week for Erath County. For any kind of window panes seo íJoe Pate R. E. Hardberger of Munday passed t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 16 April 1909

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 16 April 1909

> 1 I INET PLANTATION MELODY. UNT DINAH stood on her back porch and looked around. Bays she: MX cert'nly smell rabbit- meat, 'less my nose's foolin' me, Hyah, honey, take dlB gun and shoot de fust one yo' kin see." An' de sap-sucker sing: "Ker-chee, ker-chee, Look out, Brer Rabbit; _ whoo-ee, whoo-ee." 71 Brer Rabbit he watched <*? and heered it all, down by dat syca- more tree, An' he lick his foot and roach his ha'r, an' he laf dat gun to BGG An* he tuk a runnln' start, and flew—lak a harrycane, den flew he. But de sap-sucker, dar In de sycamore- tree> Kep' on: "Whoo-ee, whoo-ee." But he warn Brer Rabbit mos' «too much, an' dat was a shame to see,' De pore little teentsle bird dat fell, dead off'n dat sycamore tree, And Dinah went back thoo de yard, don had no meat for tea. And nebber no mo' will de sap-sucker sing: "Look out. Brer Rabbit, whoo-ee, whoo- ee." Pain and Pate de Foie Gras. Much Is said and written of cruelty to animals, but we calmly discuss dishes which con...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 16 April 1909

JJ 1 New Seasonable Goods —— ** We are headquarters for the most beautiful patterns of matting:. "Come and see." Our time is yours and it is a pleosure to show the best merchandise. Window shades, Art squares, sutlained carpeting and all other household commodities to make "HOME, SWEET HOME." We now have at your command a genuine first class tinner and up-to-date plumber. We want your windmill business and if quality and prices are wcrth anything to you, now is your opportunity. Large tanks, small tanks, cisterns and stock tubs, can build your towers and install your bath and. boiler connec- tions. Command us if you are from Missouri. Our one seed drop is still the farmer's friend; you are all getting familiar with the Ledbetter, also the Empress planter, they are leaders in the cotton and corn path. Cultivators are now in sea- san and we have them to let. Command us, we are your [WEST THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK A Guarantee Of Safety. We invite you to join the large number of careful a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 23 April 1909

THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. i ■ H WE BEACH THE PEOPLE, AND OUR MOTTO ISt "KNOX CITY FIRST, THE WOULD AFTERWAltD" Vol. 5. Knox City, Knox County, Texas, Friday. April 23,1909. No. 14 Farmers State Bank "A HOflE INSTITUTION" OFFICERS. R W Warren, Pres. J B Janes, V-Pres- Edw D Bennett, Cashier. DIRECTORS. R W Warren, J B Janes, Jno Smith, J H HcLain, W 5 Bower, W B Williams, Edw D% Bennett. You Should Do Business With Us Our aim is to make this the People's Bank and if y#s are not already a customer, we invite you to become one. It is a strong safe iustitutiou, chartered by the Staté of Texas and under State supervision. It's Officers and Directors are among the Safest and most Conservative business men in this community. Sytematic serving pays, a Deposit account encourages saving. This Bank receives deposits from $1.00 up. Its dealing with all customers are always confidential and it is alwfiys ready to assist and advise. This bank is interested in Development of This eotintry and makes a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 23 April 1909

ÍHESTATE LEGISLATURE i i I h i APPROPRIATION BILL 18 BEING PASSED AND GOING HOME 8TAGE MAY 800N BE REACHED. 600D PROGRESS BEING MADE Bill to 8top Building of State Rail- road from Palestins. Defeated. Austin: At last the appropriation bill is being passed, and it may be that the going home stage may be reached about the time the present called ses- sion of the Legislature shall expire by Constitutional limitation. The approp- riation bill was taken up in the House Monday, but was set aside now and then for the purpose of considering other measures. Very good progress was made upon it. Mr. Maddox Is offering amendments to reduce the salaries of the negro porters in the various departments from $480 to $420, upon the plea of economy. These porters now get from $360 to $420 a year. They perform the duties of por- ter, messenger and filing clerk and are quite efficient. The appropriation committee decided to raise all of them to $480 a year for the reason that they are underpaid, and th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 23 April 1909

r- 1 I • HEN AMNET WHY AUNTY'8 NEVER SICK. OLKS tell me I look deli- cate, And old, and past my prime, And yet, I'm never Blck a day, You see, I haven't time. Occasionally, I feel bad, A cold get8 hold of me, But just as I about givt up, Some one gets aick, you see. I recollect once rheuma- tic Got started In my side. But just then brother Sam took sick And pretty nearly died And by the timo I'd nursed him 'round, And helped that wlfo o' his, I felt so well I clear forgot All 'bout my rheumatiz. ' I . k Another time I started in With a dyspepsy scare, Then Marthy had a baby, and I had to go out there, , Then Ma's back got to achin' so Beamed nothin' would relieve her, And just as she got easy. Pa Came down with typhoid fever. So how on earth can I get sick? 'Twould aljnost be a crime, With everybody else upset, I never find the time. Bottles and Babies. A prominent woman physician has this to say about the feeding of bot- tle babies: "Babies are creatures of babit, and can easily be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 23 April 1909

' ' •: W f tí U i ■ I £ -I f J v.i;' .Sil :?¿t; .•'.Vi Great Sale m •Vy? • * •• • Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Hats, Shoes, Etc. • # • •,\« >*3>, Our entire stock to be thrown on the Market for Quick Sale to Raise Money Demanded by Busi- CSg ness Conditions. This stock embraces a full line of Staple Goods, such as Domestics, Duckings, pH Drillings, Skirtings, Sheetings, Cotton Flannel, Calicoes, Ginghams, Cheviots, Pants Goods, Over- alls, Jumpers, Etc. We intend to make this the greatest price cutting, money getting, bargain sale :&• ever pulled off in the history of merchandising in this part of Texas. The people of this section never before had such a money saving opportunity offered them, because we must have money and the goods must bring it regardless of cost. • -m m • • • • +4V + + ¿Ait • • • • • rsr«> 5^ •iVM • • • • • ■ We cant begin to name and price everything, but submit a few prices t3 give you an idea. Calicoes at 4 and 5c 12c percali at 8 l-3c 7c domestic at 5...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 23 April 1909

¡¡fe ü il NOW IS THE TIME! To List Your Land With W. n. SANDIFER "The Real Estate Man" KNOX CITY /is tis $ f [¡ ^£¡! ■ ' - '""W* " ¿Zí Co H. JVSahan, BAIRD AND KNOX CITY I Wholesale and Retail Dealer in mm ñBflup ,,rj mmmkm hmm, yi-:.ys3;j os ¿r,yg «pia9 Born to Mr. and Mrs. Sahdii'ord of North West of town, Wednes- day morning, April 28th a girl. Mrs Pitts and Walton McC irty spent a short time in Crowell Sur day. Boi n to Mr. and Miv Bob Far- j ||j nell on last Tuesday iuornin5, a I j& fine boy. I I Born to Mr. and Mr j o i West ot town, on dau htei. i hanish ii 25th a Pure Drugs, Right Prices, Straight DEALING - . at the i €: ,K m ■aaaH^.v.-,„,n-nciiu n ■ mi • tápente. or. will. Mi • ?«, stotk if IIV. r-\ i f, .1 1- \ c are wanting" sonic good. norses so if you want an instrument oT any kind and have some surplus stock come in and we will trade with vou. it'i Eg s:s 1 i $ Mr, Adeiph Hic^ijr. . ii'avcl - ing representative for the Ft. i BR ! Worth Record, vva c la t b.i Ctrcia...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 23 April 1909

KNOX COUNTY NEWS V. II. VTTKKUOItV. IStlitor nnd Publisher Published Every Friday Craning. EniT'd aa HC0Dd*0UN BtU mitur at Knei Ciu. jvim. nadar tta aot of Congress ol Match . WW. ______ SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Tear W •• INVARIABLY CASH IN ADVANCE KNOX CITY, TEXAS TEXAS HEWS ITEMS The directors of the Brady Fair Association have set the date for the fair this fall for Oct. 6, 7 and 8. The International Railroad has •¡ompleted a large Bhed to be used in receiving and packing fruit in Tyler. City mail delivery has been order- id established in Brownwood, Tex., with four carriers, two substitute and thirty-one collection boxes. The entire population of Kirikan. located between Alcpho and Alexan- •jretta, Asiatic Turkey, even to the last babe, have been masascred. The sessions of the Eminent Grand Commandery of Knights Templar of Texas opened Tuesday jn Masonic Temple in El Paso. Monday morning, between 2 and 3 o'clock, one of the show windows of Joseph Roth's jewelry store, New Braunf...

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