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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 23 April 1909

Mjpí. %-AmB®i;afmr;( ití American A Sequel fc? Aiít f>cr MP.3APMZS aFA&vyaPA NS jrre- KARNES W^EWYORK SYNOPSIS. Burton H. Barnes, a wealthy American touring Cofrsica, rescues the young Eng- lish lieutenant, Edward Gerard Anatruth- er, and his Coralcan bride, Marina, daughter oí the Paolis, from the mur- derous vendetta, understanding that his reward Is to be tho hand of the girl he loves, Enid Anstruther, sister of the Eng- lish lieutenant. The four tly from AJae- clo to Marseilles on hoard 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 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 Ashing vessel and Is about to start In pursuit of his bride's captors when he hears a sc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 23 April 1909

S %-é ■ <■', > > .■ ; r New Furniture! We Have Just Enloaded a Car and as soon as we get up samples can show you some attractive Bargains. We are confident you will decorate that new home with at least a few pieces of nice fur- niture and then you will want to make the old Home new by get- ting in new furniture. It is our greatest desire to keep up quality It is also our pleasure to have our customers call for the_ best. n Implements Wagons Barb We > Wire, Field Fence, Nails, Windmills, Pipe and Fittings, Galo Cisterns, Stock Tanks and Tubs Build Them and Do it Right. UNDERTAKERS! WEST TEX SUP CO THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK A Guarantee Of Safety. 'e invite you to join the large number of careful and considerate people who for a long while have found their banking relations with us both profitable and pleasant. kur bank has a successful record of active and pro- gressive banking and its affairs will bear the clos- est investigation, W O Individual worth of shareholders over $...

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

THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. WE REACH THE PEOPLE, AND OIJR MOTTO "KNOX pITY FIRST, THE WORLD AFTERWARD" Vol. 5. Knox City, Knox County, Texas, Friday. May 7,1909. No. 16 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 flcLain, W S Bower, W B Williams, Edw D Bennett. ' Y4 With BECAUSE BECAUSE BECAUSE BECAUSE BECAUSE BECAUSE BECAUSE , , business too large for Us to handle or too small to receive our closest attention. As a business man of this section we believe you will appreciate the thorough equipment of this bank, and on this basis we solicit your business, believing that we can handle it to your entire satisfaction. Call on us when in town and become better acquainted. • % Farmers State Bank Our aim is to-make this the People's Bank And if yoa are not already a customer, we invite you to become one. _ ______ It is a strong safe iustitution, chartered by the StAte of Texas and...

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

THESTATE LEGISLATURE ¿9, t£ f*.;. M SOME HOPE TO 8TART FOR THEIR HOMES ON EIGHTH OF MAY. jmOPRIATION BILL PASSED Without a Dissenting Voice the Senate Passes Guaranty Austin: With the House througa considering the general appropriation bill by sections, but the measure yet pending in the body and subject to farther amendment, many of the mem- bers of the Legislature have high hopes that the curtain will be rung down for good next Saturday evening. However, the House didn't have hopes high enough today to Induce it to adopt a resolution providing for sine die adjournment next Saturday. The fact that the Governor is still submitting subjects of legislation daily and that the air is full of rumors to the effect that he will call another special session if the guarantee of deposits bill doesn't come through in good form, and that be has decided that he will and passed by Representativa Terrell at the regular session of the Legisla- ture was vetoed, it will be recalled, on the ground tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 7 May 1909

IATE STORM REPORTS 224 LIVES ARE LOST PAINT EVERY YEAR. E3T1 MATED 400 ARE INJURED BY TORNADOES IN SOUTH, MID- DLE, WEST AND EAST. DAMAGE IN CH1CRG0 HEAVY Missouri, Arkansas, Mississippi, Ala* bama arid Illinois Are Hardest Hit. St. Louis, Mo., May 3.—Later reports from the storm-swept area places the dead at 224 and estimate 400 persons were injured. Gradually the property loss grows larger, Chicago authorities estimating that city alone suffered $2, 000,000 damage. Missouri, Arkansas, Mississippi, Ala- bama, Tennessee and Illinois are the States which suffered the most severe ly. Scores of dwellings in Chicago's suburbs were demolished or unroofed and their occupants injured. Towns were uooded and cut off from all com- munication with the world. Trains were damaged and their progress halted by the falling of telegraph poles across the tracks. One report Is from St. Francis Coun- ty, Arkansas, whefe near Wheatley, one person was killed and three fatal- ly injured. Wheatley is sixty...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 7 May 1909

í H i Jt 1 ? Í; While we are waiting te do 8ociety will not be effectively greet things Ibe door of ogportu- redeemed from lawlessness, eor nity tw do UUk things remain. ™P« "d oth" unki «p«, if we wait too long tkt door is closed with the result the: nothing great or small is done In twelve years from 1896 to 1007 the number engaged in man factoring in Germany has io creased by 1,600,000, while the number engaged in agriculture has decreased by 600,000. This not only shows how rapidly Ger- many has forged to the front as a manufacturing nation, but also that it will have to look more than ever to this ccuntry and Canada for feed supplies. If the powers which profess to be desirous of peace would only agree to reduce their standing armies and build fftwer war ships the people who have to pay the bill would rejoice abundantly. The enormous taxation under which some nations stagger threatens to bankrupt them. more people stand ready to merge their interests in the com mon good. It is ...

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

ni [r NOW IS THE TIME! To List Your Land With W. n. SANDIFER "The Real Estate Man" KNOX CITY w •ft •W •fr •We C. H. Mahan, BAIRD AND KNOX CITY ¡Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Sold, on ■ easy • payments • 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. C. E. BAILEY DENTIST Permanently Located. Office above Farmers' Bank. Professor Skyles of Hutto was in town last Saturday. - C.L. Ezell returned Saturday from a short visit to Snyder. E. C. Young and wife of Ben- jamin spent Saturday in our city. Mrs, K. C. Sprat1 in and daugh- ter, Minnie Lee, who have been visiting friends here for several days returned to their home in Hamlin Saturday. John H. Brice Physician and Surgeon Office over Farmers State Bank. PHONE 9; RESIDENCE 55 Miss Phillips'spent a few; days in Truscott last week. Dr. G. P. Gibner returned Sat- urday from a trip to San Antonio....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 7 May 1909

KNOX COUNTY NEWS 1 m f ¡N I it, i I I I I t Y. RATriKDCBY, Editor and PublUhwr Published Mftry Frld jr Er*nlng. Entered u lecoid-olM* mall m tt r it Saoi City. TeiM, andar Ute tot of confree# ol Mercb 3.1870. SUBSCRIPTION PB1CI: One Year M INVARIABLY OASH IN ADVANCB KNOX CITY, . ■ • • TEXAS TEXAS NEWS ITEMS The outlook for a pecan crop h\ Brownwood section does not seem to be good this year. The directors of the Brady Fair Association have set the date for the fair this fall for Oct. 6, 7 and 8. Good rains fell in the western and northern parts of Runnells coun ty, Monday afternoon, breaking a four months' drouth. A new oil well at Jennings, La., filled 4,000 barrels, Monday. It i: owned by the Producers' Company aud is in new territory. William Lycett, well known as an artist and especially as a china painter, killed himself by shooting at his home in Atlanta, Ga., Thursday. Saturday was clean-up day at Pilot Point. The city authorities were aided by the women's -clubs oí Denton, a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 7 May 1909

Mr 'AjpiBtoCiiíiJii^GuNTtR A.incricsif>i A Sequel t? mBAPAtt ctFMnvroPA Afe.poTxae crtzpcAS. X ¡.BARNES "OFIÍEWYCSRK _, <sxZFy&sa//r; r&or -0QDD M£A&<2C0. 8YN0P8IS. ' U- ' Burton H. Barnes, a wealthy American louring Corsica, rescues the young Eng- lish lieutenant, Edward Gerard Anstrutii- er, and his Corsican bride, Marina, daughter of the Paolls, from the mur- derous vendetta, understanding that his reward is to be the hand of the girl he Joves, Enid Anstruther, sister of the Eng- lish lleuten&nt. The four fly l'rom Ajae- cio to Marseilles on board the French steamer Constantine. 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. 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 Ashing ve...

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

i m New Furniture! . . * ■ i We Have Just.Enloaded a Car and as soon as we get up samples can show you some attractive Bargains. We are confident you will decorate that new home with at least a few pieces of nice fur- niture and then you will want to make the old Home new by get- ting in new furniture. It is our greatest desire to keep up quality It is also our pleasure to have our customers call for the best. ; j M Implements Wagons •hi 14 f |V9 J§* L Barb Wire, Field Fence, Nails, Windmills, Pipe and Fittings, Galo Cisterns, Stock Tanks and Tubs We Build Them and Do it Right. UNDERTAKERS! WEST TEX. SUP. CO J Paint Your House With B.P S.PAIN And use Elk Screens keep the flies out. to "You know who has W m. 'em 99 Inc Miss Henry Etta McLain is enjoying a case of the mumps this week. Mel Williams of Weinertwas in the oity last Sunday. Glover McCarty returned from Crowell last Sunday afternoon Press Clarke went to Benjamin last Sunday. Tom Reeder and Miss Vaughan Clarke made a trip to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 14 May 1909

THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. WE BEACH THK PIMPLE, AND OtIB MOTIO IS: -KNOX CITY PIBST, THE WORLD AFTKltHAIlD" Vol. 5. Knox City, Knox County, Texas, Friday, May 14,1909. ONE SURE WAY! To have money is to save it. The only sure way to save it is by depos- iting it in a responsible bank. You will tbea be exempt from the annoy- ance of having it burn holes in your pockets, and aside from the fact that your money will be safe from thefr, the habit of saving tends to tho es- tablishment of thrift, economy, dis- cipline and a general understanding of business principles essential to your success. ONE SURE WAY! To never have any money or to nev- er have ¡i good credit is to carry It around in your pockets, thereby taking chances on loosing it or hav- ing it stolen, or burned up. Never leave your money in a bank and never use a check and you will nev- er have a good credit. Carrying your money in your pocket encour- ages extravagance, which is always a serious drawback to thrift and economy. ' i *...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 14 May 1909

KNOX COUNTY NEWS *. II. ATTKRBORY, Editor nd PublUher Published Every lrldtj Erenlng. " " ' Enured A*«eeond-olM tn ll at Kdos £ T ht*íws?lBÍ*r tk* ot Vongt9U 8UB3CRIPTION PRICK: Om Year ^ 09 INVARIABLY CASH IN AOVANCB NUMMARY OF THE WEEK A R-SUME OF THE MOST IMPOR TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. KNOX CITY, . TEXAS TEXAS NEWS ITEMS / 'An up-to-date garage is another ®ew enterprise of which Bonham ¡.will be able to boast in a short time. I Capt. Car Forrest, one of Ellis ¡County's most highly respected pio- !neer citizens, died Wednesday morn- ting in Waxahachie. f Bids were opened Tuesday at. noon ■upon the construction of the eight- story Sanger Bros, building in Dal- las, the structure to cost $200,000. About two inches of rain and hail ifell during an hour at Henrietta. Wednesday. This will make a good Beason and place this country in fine shape. l5uring a rain Thursday night about 9 o'clock lightning caused a fire at Pilot Grove, Grayson Coun- ty, that resulted disastrously for the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 14 May 1909

Mr. [fyfApchibaídClay! MRDAPJVtt ar/anvyejPA jcrc. - „ -^ >k American y A Sequel i? XC^MKJBAKKEá ..v^/or ipw YORK ¥a&3%mg%:Ky Burton H. Barnes, a wealthy American vpurlnff Corsica, rescues the young Eng- lish lieutenant, Edward Oerard Austruth- *r> and his Corsican bride, Marina, «aughter of the Paolls, from the mur- derous vendetta, understanding that his reward is to be the hand of tne girl he loves, Enid Anstruther, sister of the Eng- lish lieutenant. The four fly from AJac- «1© to Marseilles on board the French steamer Constantlne. The vendetta pur- sues and as the quartet are about to ooard the train for London at Marseilles, *3flpa Is handed a mysterious note wnicn causes her to collapse and necessi- tates a postponement of the journey. **£rne* and Enid are married. Soon after their wedding Barnes' bride dis- appears. Barnes discovers she has oeen kidnaped and taken to Corsica. The groom secures a Ashing vessel and Is about to start in pursuit of his bride's «aptors ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 14 May 1909

! I ■r ''' THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS Established October 1904. Published every Friday. E. B. ATTERBURY, Editor and Publisher. Subscription rates. Cash in Advance. One Year .... Six Months ..$i,oo .. 0,50 •iV — ÍÍR* •'mm*;! * Don't Forget That Seay's Variety Store Has It! 'atar. " .♦ • • • •• m Entered at the Postoffice at Knox City, Texas, as second class mail matter, Advertising Rates. Four Issues One Month Display ads, per inch, each insertion .... No'ad for less than 4 inches, Locals, per line, each insertion No local for less than 25c IOC Oc Friday, May ,14 1909. One effective way of getting What a pity it is that some of rid of one's own troubles íb to the good things said about men help others who are afflicted. In our work no endowments however great and many can be a 8ubsitute for honesty and devo tion. Without them work is poor- ly done and life itself is a failure. The effect of prosperity upon individuals is not uniform; it may make one person generous and another selfish. In ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 14 May 1909

V. NOW IS THE TIME! To List Your Land With W. ft. SANDIFER "The Real Estate Man" KNOX CITY C. H. Mahan, BAIRD AND KNOX CITY ■Wholesale and Retail Sealer is mis, urns mi nioeupis . on • euj • pajoents • or • will • trade • for. sioek 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. C. E. BAILEY DENT I ST Permanently Located Office above Faruiers' Bank. tm John H. Brice Physician and Surgeon Office over Farmers State Bank PHONE 9; RFSIDENCE 55 . R. Morgan ATTORNEY-AT-LAW NOTARY PUBLIC AND LAND AGENT fipecial attention to collecting, con- veyancing, and examining titles to land A new line of Summer Dusters St Patty's Harness Shop. Mr. Tucker of Truscott was in City this week. ¿Son are cordially invited to it Seay's Variety Store at any Professor Eads who has been spending a few days in Benjamin returned this week. Charlie Shaw moved from the Bennet place to his place on Main street...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 14 May 1909

I M 1 i I I K OUR DEFECTIVE FATHERS f ——— i :■ By F. RAYMOND COULSON Having ascertained the result of the 1:30 race, the young man was about to drop the paper when some- thing caught his eyes. He started to read it. "Come on," said his friend, rat- ting the dominoes impatiently on the mottled marble of the cafe table. "It's twenty past two now, and we must have one more game before we get back to the office." "No hurry, Dick," said the other, "the governor's away, and I heard Benson say he was going to have a tooth out, and mightn't be back till three." Benson was the manager. "Oh, all right," said Dick, light- ing a fresh cigarette. His friend grinned over the pa- per. "This is bloomin' funny," he said. "What is it?" queried Dick. "Why, a girl joined the Mormons and sloped to America. Her father borrowed some money and went after her. And when he got to New York they wouldn't let him through. Said he'd got heart trouble and fired him back." "Ha, ha!" chuckled Dick. "Bloomin' funny!...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 14 May 1909

WEST TEXAS NEEDS RAIN All reports indicate drouth throughout that 8ecti0n of the state. DECENT RAINS DID LITTLE GOOD Leu of Cattle Noticeable, Says Assocl atlon Official, Because Last Few Yeare Were Fortunate. Fort Worth, May 11.—Reports tc- ceived here from all points in West Texas are to the effect that the re cent rains furnished little relief to those who hare been suffering for abo,ut six months from drouth Humors widely differ as, to the coil' ditions with the eattlemen, and in most cases accurate reports in this connection are moro favorable than are reported in a general way. Questioned as to the report that the loss of cattle is very heavy, Sec- retary Crowley of the Cattle liaiscrs' Association said: "It is true that in sections of West Texas the loss is heavier than for several years, but I will add to that assertion the further statement that losses for several years have been very light, and due to this fact, the losses of this year are more no- ticeableablc. The averag...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 14 May 1909

\ : "V , ' i I t '? ; ■ •§§ | • i A L p wm f'.fc ,vy.V* New Furniture! We Have Just Enloaded a Car and as soon as we get up samples can show you some attractive Bargains. We are confident you will decorate that new home with at least a few pieces of nice fur- niture and then you will want to make the old Home new by get- ting in new furniture. It is our greatest desire to keep up quality It is also our pleasure to have our customers call for the best. Implements Wagons Barb Wire, Field Fence, Nails, Windmills, Pipe and Fittings, Galo Cisterns, Stock Tanks and Tubs. We Build Them and Do it Right. UNDERTAKERS! WEST TEX. SUP. CO A large crowd from Kr.pac City Mrs Herring of west of town is attended th<! singing convention at Union Grovo last Sun : ay. Rev. Garrett is teaching a singing school at Gil!« -pie. lie r ports seventy-five pupil0. visiting in the citv this week. We call your attention to the big ad of Seav's Variety Store. "Something Doing" at Seay's Variety Store this week...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 21 May 1909

Vv THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. WK llEACH THE PEOPLE, AND OTJK MOTTO I Si: "KNOX. CITY FIRST, TIIE WOULD AFTEK \V Alt !)** Vol. 5. Knox City, Knox County, Texas, Friday. May 21, 1909. No. 18 Knoi City fists Rain, After a several months drouth Knox City and surrounding country have been blessed with a glorious rain which is indeed worth many thousands of dollars to our town and country. The rain began falling about 3 o'clock Thursday morning and was not accompanied by the us- ual wind. This rain seems to have aeen pretty general in this section of the state. We now have a fine season in the ground and prospects are bright where they have been rather gloomy. Although oats have already been destroyed,, this is only one of our many crops and this fail- ure will be offset by something else our enterprising farmers will put in. Cotton planting will be begun as soon as the farmers can get into their fields. Baptist Ladies Aid. The Ladies Aid of the Central Baptist church met in regular session la...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 21 May 1909

KNOX COUNTY NEWS V. B. ATTKKRVBY, Kdltorand Publliher j r wMm Published Ever/ Friday Eroulng. Entered u ••eond-olM mall matter at Koo« iv ot congress ol City. Telas, under the act llarob 8. 1870. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Tear W INVARIABLY CASH IN ADVANCE . . . TEXAS KNOX CITY, b*'<; ,-Jjf'f.i TEXAS NEWS ITEMS The forty-first annual meeting of the State "Medical Association of Texas will meet in Galveston Tues- day. San Antonio and Southwest Texas got a drenching rain early Sunday morning, the first for this city in many weeks. The State Federation of Labor held its twelfth annual convention in San Antonio Tuesday and was largely attended. Wichita Falls and immediate vicin- ity were visited by a hard wind and rainstorm Saturday night, which did considerable damage. In a wreck of an extra freight train two miles east of Bonita, near Nocona Tuesday on the Missouri, Kansas and Texas, eleven cars were derailed and badly crushed. Hundreds of men in Alpine have been fighting fires in the...

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