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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 21 May 1909

. M lattÉN < I IwM ^"Archibald G AtñBAPJV£S OFAZWyaPA , AfJP.Forz&? \crx20CAS. xrc- ^Americah! y A Seque] i? 8YNGÍ 5]3. Burton H. Barnes, a woalthy American touring Corsica, rescues the young Eng- lish lieutenant, Edward Gerard Austruth- er, and his Co ralean 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 lly from AJac- oio to Marseilles on board the French steamer Constantlne. The vendetta pur- sues and A3 the quartet are about to board tho 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, rhe groom secures a fishing vessel and Is about to start in pursuit of his bride's captors when he h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 21 May 1909

"WW 1 i s " fife' I' |;M ft; II Í'i.' « Jf THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS Estahlishtd October 1904. PubHshed every Friday. ATTERBURY & FOX, Editors and Publishers. Subscription rates. Cash in Advance. One Year .... Six Months .$1,00 . 0,50 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 i5c No ad for less than 4 inches, Locals, per line, each insertion 6c No local for less than 25c Friday, May ,21 1909. BUSINESS DEMANDS INCREASE. Owing to the immense volume of business that the News has been doing, we deemed it neces- sary to enlarge our business to the extent of taking in more cap- ital. Hence we have sold a one- •half interest to Joe Fox, Mr. Fox is well known to our readers and needs no introduc- tion other than that he is un ex- perienced newspaper man, and fully * competent to take hold and discharge the duties thus imposed upon him. The News has been gradually improving since i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 21 May 1909

NOW IS THE TIME! To List Your Land With W. a SANDIFER "The Real Estate Man" KNOX CITY C. H. Mahan, BAIRD AND KNOX CITY •Wholesale and Retail Dealer isi puns, wis ui nun , es • eaij • payments ■ or ■ will ■ trade > for. We are wanting some good horses so if you want an instrument of any kind and have some surplus stock co.me in and we will trade with you. J. W. BOYLE, Mgr. C. E. BAILEY DENTIST * Permanently Located Office above Farmers' Bank. John H. Brice Physician and Surgeon Office over Farmers State Bank PHONE 0; RFSIDENCE 55 N. R, Morgan attorney-at-law notary public and land agent Special attention to colleetiug", con- veyancing, and examining titles to land Miss Laura Thomason of East of town is enjoying a case of the mumps this week. We are glad to say that Mr. Ross Rogers is up and out again after a week or two of sickness. The Christian Ladies met with Mrs. J. H. McLain Monday after- noon. Rufu* McLain was a pleasant caller at the News office Wednes- day n orning. The Ca...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 21 May 1909

WEFV ; É p' l! ■ ' PRESIDENT TAFT ATTENDS CHARLOTTE CELEBRATION Three Days* Carnival in the North Carolina City Mark the Anniversary of the Famous Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence. Charlotte. N. C.—With three days of Military drill , band concerts, apeechea, athletic contests and other ktada of entertainment, the one hun- dred and thirty-fourth anniversary of the Mecklenburg declaration has been ■celebrated, and all North Carolina is happy in the knowledge that its pet lesead has been recognixed by the president of the United States; for Mr. Taft grave the occasion the official aaACtkm of his presence and was the chief feature oí the celebration. The carnival began Tuesday noon -when the Charlotte fire companies cave an exhibition of their skill and «l*red At three o'clock there was a drill by a body of United States cav- •airy and a band concert at the fair gncmnda. followed by a league ball game- The evening was given up to a drill by the Charlotte drum corps and a concert ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 21 May 1909

Mohammad V. Said to Be Broad in His Views. NEW LIFE AND STRENGTH No Experience I . Government, Says Acting Consul-General at New York, But His Sound Sense Will Guide Him. I New York.—Pretty nearly every- body in New York that knows any- thing about Mehemmed-Reschad Ef- fendi, the prisoner of the Yildiss Kiosk, who haa suddenly found himself ele- vated to the position of sultan of the Ottoman empire, were assembled the other afternoon in the editorial rooms of the Syrian newspaper Al Hod a. There were Reouf Ahmed, the first secretary of the Turkish legation in Washington, who has been acting con- sul-general in New York since Mundji Bey departed under a cloud some weeks ago; M. A. Mokarzen, the editor of Al Hoda, himself a Syrian; two rep- resentatives of the Syrian society of New York and two of the most vigor- ous proponents of the Young Turks in America. The consul-general gave a few facts, the editor gave a few more. The Young Turks and the Syrians nodded gravely over their cigar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 21 May 1909

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 28 May 1909

m \ Wm % my. BBw: k', :■ «¡i « 'f?' ■f -y yr • f KNOX SMlll - ' V ■*'' Á-'^ „ „., __ _ ... / .-, ■' , /' if. -v I / - ' I ">, 1 WK REACH THE PEOPLE, AND OUR MOTTO I yoi. 5. Knox City, Knox County, ' >xaa, Friday. May 28.1909. Til Sakaai BhIIMic. Work has at last begun on the lent: looked for school building. The foundation is being laid this week and bj next week brick will begin to be laid. This work will be pushed for- ward with every poHsible speed in c rder that by next school terra it will be ready for occupancy. This means a new building era for Knox City. It is the start that will lead many other im- provements in the near future. Some enterprises have been held in check by ourjack of an ade- quate school building that we aire now to have. This building will resound an everlasting praise to those who have so earnestly and unself- ishly labored to this end.' ■ '1 Oil Mill Mi Flour Mill, Work on the Oil Mill and Flour Mill is progressing nicely and soon these two monument...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 28 May 1909

IOX COUNTY NEWS ATTERBURY * FOX, Editors and Publishers. Published Every Friday Evening. Entered as second-class mall matter at Knox City, Texas, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Year $1.00 INVARIABLY CASH IN ADVANCE. KNOX CITY, TEXAS HEWS ITEMS Saturday, the 13th, was Booster Day for Bronte and was a decided success. The Southern Baptist convention, after being in session in Louisville, Ky., five days, adjourned Monday. At Eagle Lake Tuesday, the 7- year-old daughter oí Richard Eggera was accidentally shot and killed by playmates. San Antonio and Southwest Texas got a drenching rain early Sunday morning, the first for this city iu many weeks. The case against TT. Clay Pierce, in the courts at Austin, charging false swearing, has been continued to the October term of Court. During the thunder and rainstorm at Bonhafn Tuesday, 0. Gauge, a prominent citizen, was struck by a bolt of lightning and instantly kill- ed. W. W. Jacobs, of Temple, Thurs- day...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 28 May 1909

iüül •'i'í •;>:í • • • • • *#V*° ••.i; ■v*> • • • . • • • • • j. [« TO The Art of Advertising f Is the only Key that will open the door to Success in this advanced age of Commercialism. There are many branches of advertising but the branch we now wish to call your attention to is newspaper advertising. This is conceded to be the best and most effective branch of ad- vertising. When a man sits down to read a newspaper, his mind is in a receptive condition, and these messages have the desired effect. Hence you may see what the influence of the News may be in regard to the deqelopment of Knox City and Knox Prairie. Ask yourself this question: "What would Knox City be without a Newspaper?" And again: "What would land be worth around Knox City without a Newspaper?" We do not wish to claim credit for all the advancement in this section, but again: "Have we increased the value of your land $i per acre?" We believe we have. Count the gains. Have we enhanced town property? OUR PROPOSIT...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 28 May 1909

EVANS SEES DEFECT HOME-MADE ZOETROPE. DIVERSITY IN FARM CROPS. . ' Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Edited and Contributad by W .3. MORGAN, Sprincfiald, MiwotuL Gambling on future priceB of farm products adds to the uncertainty of what the price will be. This alarms the buyer, and as a result he will not pay as much for what he contracts for as he would if prices were more stable. And the burden of this loss falls on the producer. It is a sad comment on a legislature that it can't make a law that a federal judge is bound to respect. A few more decisions like that of Judge McPher- son's, setting aside the two-cent pas- senger rate law, will push the organi- zation of the Farmers' union north- ward at a rapid rate. The farmer is making more money than any other class, but the other fellows are getting it. This Is because the farmer don't know how to Bell, pays too much for transportation, and neglects the business part of his call- ing. It is only through educati...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 28 May 1909

People Talked About NEW NAVAL ACADEMY CHIEF RECRIMINATIONS. F A Capt. John Marshall Bowyer, who has beet selected to be superintendent of the Nava' academy at Annapolis to succeed Capt. Charles J. Badger, who will go to sea with the Atlantic fleet next month, was in command of tlte battle ship Connecticut in the recent world-girdling voyage. At one time he also did a tour of duty as naval aid to the assistant secretary of thf navy. Capt. Bowyer is wéll-known at Annapolis After serving there as a midshipman, he re turned, in September, 1891, as an instructor, anc' remained there until 1894. He was born in Indiana, but was appointee to the academy in September, 1870, from Iowa He was gruduated four years later. He becamt an ensign on July 17, 1875, a master May 28 1881, and lieutenant, junior grade, in 1883. His first service at sea was or ¿he Powhatan in 1874. From then on he had a varied career in the navy. H( was on the Franklin, Juniata and Alaska on the European station in 1875 a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 28 May 1909

THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS Established October 1904. Publishid every Friday. ATTERBURY & FOX, editors and Publishers. Subscription rates. Cash in Advance. One Year Six Months $i ,oo o.so Entered at the Postoffice at Knox City, Texas, ns second cla^s mail matter. Advertising Rates. Four Issues One Month . r-)c Display ads, per inch, each insertion No ad for less than 4 inches, Locals, per line, each insertion tic No local for less than 25c Friday, May 28, 1909. Ignorance is the greatest sin of the age. Some men make circumstances and others are made l>y i*.. Advice is about fhe most com- mon article we meet, but encour- agement is a rare gem. When we get conditions within our town perfectly adjusted, there will be no lack of incomers and homeseekers. The fine rain that has fallen throughout this section is a ver- itable boon to all linos of business The farmer has resumed his habital smile of hope and again peace and h&ppiness and pros- perity reign. "He lives most, who sorrpws ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 28 May 1909

NOW IS THE TIME To List Your Land With W. n. SANDIFER "The Real Estate Man" KNOX CITY C. H. Mahan, BAIRD AND KNOX CITY •Wholesale and Retail Dealer im hue. ra ui mm , on • easy ■ payments • or > mil > trade • for 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. Master Wiley Boyle has joined the painters union and has just completed some carriage work, J. H. McLain is making some Improvements on his businessf houses this week. Miss Laura Thom mason of near League was in town Mon- day. You can save money by letting Wm. Cameron & Company figure on your house bill. If it is the best for the least money you can get it at Cam- eron. Mr. Whitley of Hamlin was in the city on business a few days this week. Will Brown from Lamesa came in Wednesday and will visit a few days. Walter Parr has opened á barbeoue stand just north the meat market. up of Pink Edwards went to Haskell las...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 28 May 1909

i 4 New Güila Morosini Re-enters Gotham Society NEW YORK.—Another myBtery, and perhaps another romance, haB come to that house which for a quar- ter of a century has been full of mys- tery and romance—Elmhurst, the Riv- erdale home of the rich Morosini family. Miss Giulia Morosini, who inherited most of the $7,000,000 estate of her father, Giovanni Morosini, and is just as picturesque in her way as he was in his, is the central figure of an inter- esting situation existing about the beautiful estate. She has just re-en- tered society after her period of mourning for her father, who died last September. That fact of itself has proved an attractive gossip subject to those who know her. Giulia Morosini'a friends were doubly surprised when they recog- nized her escort. The man with her was Arthur N. Werner, a former po- liceman of the mounted squad who, in reward for a piece of bravery a couple of years ago, was appointed by Morosini, first as manager of the string of blooded show horse...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 28 May 1909

VARYING IDEAS OF PLEASURE Romance of Son of Nicaraguan President ¿Cu - nickel the«7-RE WASHINGTON.—Alfonso Zelaya, the president of Nicaragua's only son, and his lovely young American wife, a descendant of the Lees of Vir- ginia, are two great attractions at a five-cent theater in Ninth street here. Every morning Mr. and Mrs. Zelaya, who seem devoted to each other, go from their three-room flat to the cheap little amusement house. The wife, who has the dark eyes, the vivid coloring and the lithe figure of her Spanish mother, seats herself in the high chair back of the ticket window. There she remains, all afternoon and far into the night, selling tickets, while the performance is repeated over and over again and nickel John- nies admire her from afar. Her husband, heir of the president of a South American republic, takes his place at the piano; he is the or chestra rolled into one. He plays well; he reels off with equal brilliancy mar- tial music when the soldiers charge in the movi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 28 May 1909

(#Vw M R'l m | 1:9 s $ ■ M GENERAL DIRECTORY Methodist Church. Rev. 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. L 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 Baptist Church. Rev. 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 land w. o. w. - Meets 1st and 3rd Saturday. B. F. Sawyer, Con. Com. Dr. I. M. Wilson, Olerk, Presbyterian Church. Rev. H. M. Smith, Pastor. Services every 4th Sunday, Morning and Evening. John H. Brice Physician and Surgeon Office over Farmers State Bank PHON...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 28 May 1909

HEN ON 60LF BALL "HATCHESJUT" KITTENS AT LEA8T 8HE THINK8 80, AND REAL MOTHER LOOKS ON AND SPITS FIRE. St. Louis.—A St. LouIb county spinster hen, not having had any d> mestic experience, though she is no spring chicken, is mothering a litter ot kittens, fondly believing that she hatched them from a golf ball. The real mother, a black-and-white cat, is indignant about it, but hasn't yet found a way to establish her right to the custody ot her own offspring. The misunderstanding came about through Tabby's innocent mistake in choosing a hen's nest as a cradle for her five little ones. It was a fateful coincidence that the nest happened to be the same one in Tabby Has Not Yet Mustered Up Courage to Fight. which a golf ball had been used as a gentle 'hint to Biddy that something was expected of her. The hen and the cat are owned by George W. Kriegsmann of Webster Park. Biddy would walk up to the nest and loqjc at the little white sphere. Only once she sat on the égg for a few minutes...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 28 May 1909

S.; ¡ fr it i When In Town Make A< I WEST SUP. CO Your Headquarters For any kind of window panes ; At Stephens of B-njumin w s Fred Jack^m made a business eee Joe Vate in the city li-t we ok. trip t 1 Benja nin last Saturday. 1 . Bruce Campbell from west of I Rev. Wright and family of Rule were in the city this week. I have the best line of matting in the city. Joe I'ate. Miss Myrtle Craig was sick a! .. , 1 ,af ! town was in the city Mor.dav. tew davs last week, • C. C Tucker of Truseott was in the city i ist week Mrs. Newton from Ciiff was in " J] I Palace Barber Shop | ^ bharp razers and cIh-m towels*. All kind*of bar- vá í,,íll tonsori'i] v v.rk. Agent for Stamford Q ri T .x . 1... 1 1 rr*\ ■. our city Tuesday. Miss Maud Lowery of Munday! C, A. Gilley made a trip to passed thru the cit" Monday. j Benjamin last Thursday. ¡ Plenty of Carbon at Ezell | Sam Anderson returned from Brothers. south western Texa9 Thursday. Will Reeder is out again after| Mrs. C. L. Ezell was very sic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 4 June 1909

THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. WE BEACH THE PEOPLE, AND OUR MOTTO IS: "KNOX CITY FIRST. THE WOULD AFTERWARD" Vol 5. Knox City, Knox County, Texas, Friday, June 4. 1909. No. 20 ONE 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 then be exempt from the annoy- ance of having it buen holes in your pockets, and aside from the fact that your money will be safe from theft, 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. SURE t * WAY! To never have any mouey otf to nev- er have a good credit is to darry 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 yoitwill nev- er have a good credit. Carrying your money in your pocket encour- ages extravagance, which is always a serious drawback to thrift and • -...

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

i m: i KNOX COUNTY NEWS ATTERBURV A FOX. Editors I PnblUbed Et«t Frió ? Entered as nail ■ «« at Knox City. Tnu. a<kr tkí act of CoBfTcss oí March 2. 1ST . SUMMARY OF THE WEEK RESVME OF THE MOST IMPOR. TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. SUBSCRIPTION" Oae Tear INVARIABLY CASH IX PRICE: SIM advance: ITEMS FOR BUSINESS PEOPLE ÜÑÓX CTTT, TEXAS A TEXAS HEWS ÍTEMS IVIton phrnriiM are cnrt^rTating [ M p "titioii in ia*.' r of a fwerags KTiteni. Saturdav. Julv ha. iw> u ~* t ¡4 the <1 Carefully Digested and Condensad Compilation ef Current New* Oor**e*u and Foreign. for la* ( "ount M«*n ab ¡lit: cornerstone - m-*r court Iioum*. Lit '■)(> vears of a n PoMftihiiie ilill, a- in-tantlv killed by IJalla.- Sundav morn- ] Hiring Wednesday some one en- t *r -d tlic jewelry store of J. A. Jack* a* n in Austin and stole eighteen dia- mond ring. . \\. H. Taylor of Temple was -triwlc by the Santa Fe train on the ft-auuioiit branch W t-dneiJav near Johnson County' Old Set tiers' Reunion has been s...

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