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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 25 June 1909

"} V IMW mt, > w#- • ♦ * . « «fy *!l • < - ' * •" ^ Dont You Know Who i f This 5pace Belongs To? He Wasn't Ashamed. A clerk and his country father entered a restaurant Saturday evening and took a scat at a ta- ble where sat a telegaaph opera- tor and a reporter. The old man bowed his head and was about to say grace when a waiter flew up singing, -kI have beefsteak, cod iish halls and bull heads.11 Father and son gave their or- ders and the father again bowed his head. The young man turned the color of a blood red beet, -and touching his fathers arm exclaim- ed in low terms, kkFather it isn't customary to do that in restau- rants !" "It's customary with me tore- turn thanks to God wherever 1 am." sakrthe old man. For the third time he bowed his head and the telegraph oper- ator paused in the act of carving ¡ !iis beefsteak and bowed his head | and the journalist pushed back' his fish balls.and bowed his head and there wasn't a man that heard the short and simple pray- er that d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 25 June 1909

¡«NUKf. Wm. Cameron Sz Inc. YOU KNOv WHO Kefcas Lumber t THE PLACE! We have just unloaded a nice stock of STAK and LEADER Wind* mills, (i, 8, and 10 feet wheels. These ui addition to tii«* DANDY and CHALLENGE makes our stock of mills the >lrong<.*st to be this part of the countrv... l •* :l£3M$í]3&ii8gíQ THEM Tl SILL Kenieuihep if that old cultivator is not doing' the work xatisfnotory, . von can find the DEERE, ( ASE or MOL1XE withuH... I I have the best line of matting" in the eity. ' Joe Pate. I'nele Port Anderson was from Benjamin Monday. Henderson of Truscott ! ,Iud¡re Tuekett >>f Kim: conn was in the city last Friday. Mr. Askins of Rule .Spent Sun- day in Knox City. J. W. Boyle made a business trip to Haskell last week. was in town Monda v. George McMillan made a trip to Benjamin Monday. ti. T. Tompkins made a trip to Benjamin Monday. .J. L. Pealve and sister made a trip to Union Ürove last Saturday Mr. Buclier of Ft. Worth was in the city Monday. Roy Patton of...

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

SJTTtT Ml * • '' , ■ ¡ THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. j% ott -y -— - - JL -+- V- AW* A- litib x i .«. Vt oui^ii Afc' Vol. 5. Knox City, Knox County, Texas, Friday, July 9, 1909. No. 25 Security = - Guaranty f Ought first to be considered in the selection of a depository. SP The Farmers' State Bank % Offers the best of security at present in the shape of its ample resources and conservative Banking METHODS. Then As soon as the new Bank Guaranty Deposit Law be- comes effective, this Bank will have its depositors money guaranteed. | Vou Should PROSPECTS VERY BRIGHT Groo Conditions in This Vicinitv Prove To Be the Best in This Section of Stele RAILROAD ACTIVITIES INTERESTING Also Six New Brick Buildings to be Erected In the Near Future. Many Other Improvements to be Added to our Growing City Establish relations with the strongest business men in this v ' section by becoming a customer of the Farmers' State Bank The prospects of Knox City and surrounding community are very bright at present—brigh...

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

I m I. F, F, Club. The I. F. F. <'lub met • v. it!. M s. Brice m last Tuesday after- noon, Mesdauie* .Janes and W illiums cut for t!u* blue ribbon, Mrs. Janes winning. Cream and cake wen1 served to Mesdames Williams, Janes, Murray, Bailey, Mitcht ii. A ', ins Farmer and Misses Arto and Kate PringlGrace Anderson and Pearl Kee'er. h< tiv-t- <tand át | T >ubiic opinion. The • !| It 1 • «V o if ^y'le in ; yy The J J, U, 6. Glut). V. < j. (-lub met witn ..1 f* * , 1 . . 1 \\ " . jar i lust W -- day itft-ernon. M Myrtle (' mt- ley won tin1 blue ribbon. Refreshment* of <herhert and cake were served to the foil w - i lili* vounsr ladies: Misses E die and Francis Goree, Goss, Bessie Allie and Roxie Gossett. Henry Etta McLain, Grace Anderson, Myrtle Oantley, Vauglmn and Clara Olake, and Arte Pringlc. The club will meet with the Misses Pringle next Wwine-day I afternoon. a p< a sv it) The Naughly Eight Club. The Naughty Eight Club met with Miss Bertha Gossett on last Tuesd...

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

, 4 # . .*4 . v -1\ i ) 4 • '•r «= =5r '! Joe Pate, the exclusive furni- turt man. I l; \ With this week I am starting an OLIVER Typewriter CAMPAIGN! The Oliver Typewriter is the best typewriter made for various reasons. The way to prove this is to give a thorough Test. m :>f(> l tin ui <"• -V 11V>'. J . 1J v i ^ it loctUlVl' on tin subject ui Homo lifr, He t a ve t wo lector^* here on Tuesday and Wednesday which were appreciated by Lar^e audiences. Iridien sot your skirts pressed; It makes the good a wear longer and looks nicer.—-Knox Oitj Tailoring Company. ! fasfve U b«"=-t in (hi- city. Joe Pate. For any kind of window shade see Joe Pate Mrs. Jameson, who has been visiting in Seymour for a few weeks retarned lióme lastThnrs- dav. Every firm in town should own an Oliver. This Campaign will be to place one in every business concern in Knox City. If you are interested in this Wonderful Machine see me at the Knox County News Office. JOE FOX, LOCAL AGENT iY' • i : f -I t ...

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

V ¡ GENERAL DIRECTORY Methodist Church. Rev. J. H. Braswell, Pastor. Services first and third Sun- days, morrfing and evening. Sunday School to a.m. every Sudday. Central Baptist Church. Eev. W. C. Gtfrret, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4th Sundays ntornirtg 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 ist and 3rd Sundays morning and evening. Sun- day School every Snnday. Christian Church. Rev. Wright, Pastor. Servioos tttd and 4th Snndays momiog and evening. Sun- School every Sunday at 10 o'clock. C. E. BAILEY \ DENTIST Per manen riy Located Office above Faruiers' Bank. John H. Brice Physician and Surgeon KCn&O Surgeon 0ffiw tver Farmers St ato Bank - Pmi 76;, RFSioiNCE 55 N. R Morgan A T TORM3 Y- A T-IiA W f NO'CAEY PUBLIC AMD LAK1) AOWKT Bjpecial atWutlffB t eoilcetiUff, cón veyauein^, and . (¿tie* to t«4id I, 0. 0. F. Meets ev...

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

FOR FARM LANDS Or City Property' 5ee The W.M. Sandifer Land Co. Townsite Agents. Sheriff's Sale. By virture of an order of sale issued on June 17th, 1909 out of the Honor- able District Court of Gaudalupe County in cause No. 9267, styled Walter Nolte vs. J. A. Lindseyetal, commanding me, the undersigned authority, to seize and sell as under execution a certain tract of land therein described in order to make the sum of Nine Thousand Nine Hundred Sixty Seven and 77-100 Dol- lars. together with interest thereon at seven per cent per annum from April 23, 15)09 on the sum of $9,204.4?> and at the rate of eignt per cent on the sum of $763.81, and all costs of suit, together with tne costs oí exe- cuting said writ of order of sale, said order of sale bcinu under foreclosure of the Vendor's 1 >♦ • m on said land, i have this day levied upon and will soli at public* outc ry at lie eor.r; house door in the town oí Benjamin in Knox County, Texas, and between the hours of ten o'clock A. ...

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

■\ *■ ; i- ■ v R" -is ■ ' vf\l' . * ■ ■ ^ i - ' ü NOTICE! Buy you a $2.25 ice, book for $2.00 IN ADVANCE! Otherwise it will cost vou Full Price for vpur Books. ICE! ÍQE! Ice delivered on Sunday up to 9:30 o'clock. Try us once. Yours [or GOOD Service and COLD ÍCE! Ml— «MM III FRED JACKSON KEEP YOUR MIND ON THE Wo luivo just unloaded a nice wtock of STAR and LEADER Wind- ^ ^ millft, 6, 8, aiid 10 foot whcelH. Those in addition to the DA3ÍDY „ and CHAI «(LEN CiE makew our stock of mills- the strongest to be found in tliis part of the country... i WE (HIT THEM Tl SELL O Henieniber if that old cultivator is not doing the work satisfactory, vou can find the DEERE, CASE or MOLINE withus... <s^i ' t - ims Si; New Bricks. "We are «bout to enter upon j tlie greatest building ¿1 vancement era Knox ( ever known. We are véry proud of our prospects. In the course of the near fu- ture there will be contracts let for the erection of six fine new brick buildings. Several of these buildings are to...

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

V §¡ It® # . i s ,' j¡ ■*JpW, THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. WE IlKAOU THK PEOPLE, AND OUR MOTTO ISSt "KNOX CITY l^IltST. THE WOHI.I) AFTERWAKD" Vol. 5. Knox City, Knox County, Texas, Friday. July 16,1909. No. 26 /IS /«S /IS /IS /IS /IS -fis /IS /IS /is /IS 7/ = - Guaranty Ought first to be considered in the selection of a depository. * The Farmers' State Bank Offers the best of security at present in the shape oí its ample resources and conservative Banking METHODS. Then As soon as the new Bank Guaranty Deposit Law be- comes effective, this Bank will have its depositors' money guaranteed. * Vou Should \ Establish relations with the str ngest business men in this o section by becoming a customer of the Farmers" State Bank $ w t St? /IS /IS /is WARREN'S NEW BUILDINGS Row of Six Concrete Buildings to Bun From Farmer's State Bank To The Corner. CONCRETE SIDEWALK TO THE DEPOT Although Plans not Yet Completo A Solid Concrete Sidewalk Will Probably be Built From the Farmer's State Bank to the Bepo...

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

v? M. h W I You can get good Material at Reason able Prices by buying from Wm. CAHERON & Co LUMBER PAINTS OILS And a complete line ot the latest patterns found in Wall Paper. iflffiaflWBHBaEBI ICE NOTICE! Buy you a $2.25 ice book for $2.00 IN ADVANCE! . Otherwise it will cost you Full Price for your Books. ICE! ICE! Ice delivered on Sunday up to 9:30 Try us once. Yours tor GOOD Service and COLD ICE! FRED JACKSON The Big Rsunioi. On the o, 4, •>, ami (Jul A Knox City will celebrate fourth annual Old Settlers •:u-i her Ke- lt J? One Iron in the Pire! f I have just one iron in the Fire but I keep it Ked Hot! I handle Furniture alono and ürive all my time to it. I study the demand and know what to keep... I have one of the most complete lines of Furniture to be found in this section and/, I can supply you with the best at the lowest possible price... JOE PATE, "The Furniture Man" -wyj -K M .vzm p */+ 1 f| Bradberry & Norris GENERAL BLACKSMITH Pemanantly Located Firstclass wor...

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

9SH ■8 J GENERAL DIRECTORY Methodist Church. . Rev. J.*H. Braswellv Puftor-. . ' Seryices first and third Sun- days," morning and evening. Sunday School iO a*.hi.' every Sunday • Central Baptist Church. Kev. W.-O. Garret, Pastor. .".Servifces 2nd and !|.th Sundays • •• m@rning. and evening: Sun- t,. day School every- Sunday'. t \ Presbyterian Church. lie v. H, M. Stinith, Pastor. •••'•« • . Services every 4th Sunday, .. . Mprning. jwid -Evening-. • First Baptist Church. Kev R. B. Key, Pastor. Setvic&s * isY and 3rd Sundavs • f * i « morning and evening. Sun- day School every Sunday. ' Christian Church.' • • • • Rev. Wright, • Pastor. Services 2'n'd and 4th Sntidays ' morning ahd evening. bun- School every 'Sunday at 10 "• • • -'o'clock'. ' " C. E. BAILEY DEN T1ST Permanently Located Office above Farmers' Bank. John H. Brice Physician and Surgeon KCfl&O Surgeon Office over Farmers State Bank.. PHONE 76; RFSIDÉNCE. 55 N. R. Morgan A T'TORN EY* A T-L A W NOTARY PUBLIC AÜD LA NO...

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

V- 'V «* w - *• 1*- W>' ■MUMI ,• • •*•*. •*' i i ^iiiiiMi - iirmiM •f f jh tí ■ • I h < i ■ V I r Tv ■ I J JSfr - ü ■ ' ¡S W&&i¡ Ife . Í'1«; S5ta Hi .rv; te' tw.'it *1 *11 1i- With this week I am starting an OLIVER Typewriter v CAMPAIGN! The Oliver Typewriter is the best typewriter made for various reasons. The way to prove this is to give a thorough Tefct. The, Kpqx City Milling Co. has coal on their yard for sale now at surrjm time prices. We will contunde , to,, handle the best on the market and will appreciate a liberal portion of yojtir trad.^ u ■p i'l.iS? *"■ ( Mrs. Jordon of Dublin arrived y-. ;,:í¿ in the titty yesterday to visit her danghter, Mrs, S. I. Ed- wards * -f- ,*Wr x, & « f - tlft. T: "« («y i iW /Jps. S., K. White of Beau- «out is Visiting in the city the guest of her daughter, Mrs. R. L. McOarty. ,>"■ <sf 11 Mr,. Bennett, father of Edw. D. Bennett came in Thursday to be with his son during his ill- ness. ■ i • + v..., *rm Mrs. B. B. Atterb...

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

- ««*• «m " .- • FOR FARM LANDS Or City Property See The W. M. Sand If er Land Co Sheriff's Sale. house door in tln> town of Benjamin in Knox County, Texas, and between B j'virture of an order of sale issued the hours of ten o'clock A. and on .June 17th, 1009 out of the Honor- ' tour o'clock P. M. on the ñrst Tiles-; able District Court, .of Guadalupe, j day in August, the same being tue 8rd County in ' cause No. 92f>7. styled ¡ day of August, 1909, for cash to the Walter Nolte vs. J. A. Lihdsey et al. | highest bidder, the.following tract commanding me. the undersigned j of land, to wit: liTOo'acres, situated authority, to seize and sell as under i in K.no:; County, Texas and being execution a certain tract of land I the Robert Wilkins survey and be- therein described ill order to make ' ginning at a point in the W. line of the sum of Nine Thousand Nine Jacob Wurner survey as fenced for Hundred Sixty Seven and77-100Dol- the N. E. cor of the said Hubert Wil- lars, together wit...

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

* *•„ M '!■ ■t- X VÍ a YOUR i me: mim msm 'mmm mm Í am now located at Ezell'n Drug Store to repair your watch at Reasonable Prices. ALL WO UK G lTA RAN ¥E ED ■i m -mm. i C. R. Jackson, Jeweler. Ezell Bros. Knox City. ON THE PLAGE! □¡aaittfi: :Sja«3Sj -SsxtsS? 5§g ?®0 Wc have just unloaded a nice ntock of STA R and LEADER Wind- mills, <>. S. and 10 fert wIuvIn. These in addition to the DANDY and ("II ALLK.N(- K makes our stoek ol' mills the strongest to be found in fliis part of the country... ssscssi mm >í □a ■ S WSaO WE TO i vSi a a A a p |||Mii||ai AM bbh pi m ■% ■ m wm ■% 4% ! ft ~ _ K(?H16Dlbcr if tllílt ol(] (.'111 1¿11 < M ÍN UOt (loillj* tlli' WOI'li Hcltist clCtOFV• ITEMS OF INTEREST TO FARMERS I you can find tilt DEERE, CASE or MOL IN E withus... ' From the Southwestern Farmer. Harmful Insects, Farmers, want to know the in- sects that are harmful to them, and with this stated in the lan- guage they can understand. This can be done and if some- times done. All th...

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

SIDES IMÜíiJ ICS CREAM .V'I" SSSCJSI I M. it J1 V Ji THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS '_a J WE REACH THE PEOPLE, AND OUR MOTTO IS: "KNOX CITY FJHST. THE WOHLD AFTEBWAItD" Vol. 5. Knox City, Knox County, Texas, Friday, July 23,1909. No. 27 ample resources and conservative Banking METHODS. Security = - Guaranty vt/ Ou^ht first to be considered in the selection of a depository. V ^ The Farmers' State Bonk Oifers the best f sccunnwt present in the shape oí it-; f ' üü éiíáhIíiMÉííibIIMI " m | Then soon as the new Bank Guaranty Deposit Law be- ^ comes effective, this Bank will have its depositors money /|\ guaranteed. t ' m w m m | THE J. B. JANES BUILDINGS $ An Elegant Brick Slrucfure to H Erect- x eri on the Corner of lain m am! Central Ave v / Be One Hundred by One Hundred and For- ty Feet, Two-Story Brick Building, Modern Plans and Oonstruotion You Should Establish relations with the strongest business men in this section by becoming a customer of the * Faimers' State Ban! ¿je?" "¿¿y jjy« A'' * ...

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

TE V f* t Pp.* •i •-1.. You can get good Material at Reason- able Prices by buying from Wm. CAÜERON & Co ft 1 s f . i i LUMBER PAINTS OILS I And a complete line ot the | latest patterns found in W all Paper. *3STfSBSW ICE NOTICE! Buy you a $2.25 ice book tor $2.00 IN ADVANCE! Otherwise it will cost you Full Price for your Books. I \£M ICE! Ice delivered on Sunday up to 9:30 rmtaummaeim m m n wmmmmaammmmammmrammmimmmmmum o'clock. Try us once.. Yours ior GOOD Service and COLD ICE! FRED JACKSON One Iron In the Pire! I have just one iron in the Fire but I keep it Red Hot! I handle Furniture alona and give all my time to it. I study the demand and know what to keep... I have one of the most complete lines of Furniture to be found in this section and I can supply you with the best at the lowest possible price... JOE PATE, "The Furniture Man" Br idberry k Norris , I GENERAL BLACKSMITH Pemanantly Located || % r y *, r<i F'trstclnns work of all kinds. Horse shoeiug a IT, specially. Yo...

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

r HF • . .V... i (©> " ■ •* , • • • wMtvpfm _ ■ 1 1 / . . ( J y P&W • W ^ J i ( # HH, ""''■ 'i'jf ' * "r IS i I I ' ) M OUTER CAMP1ÜHÜ '•The Oliver Record Has Never Been Equaled" is not a myth but a proven fact. Let me show you. The Oliver Typewriter is the best typewriter made for various reasons. The way to prove this is to give a thorough Test. '11 ill -I. r & Every firm in town should own an Oliver. This Campaign will be to place one in every business concern in Knox City. if you are interested in this Wonderful Machine see me at the Knox County News Office. JOE FOX, LOCAL AGENT COAL! The Knox City Milling Coi. has good coal on their yard for sale now at summfer time prices. We will continue to handle the best on the market and will appreciate a liberal portion of your trade. Ladies get your skirts pressed; It makes tbe good wear louger and looks nicer.—Knox City Tailoring Company. J. Frank Potts and wife from Orowell are spending a few days in the city this week. F. ...

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

. * W>li „• mi i : 1 }■'■ ¥'' ' ®wjm Y . « : ' ftí- fi- v Í,' IS®?® iff r ÜP ■ MiSfij ' • 65 I : I? í * 1;i '&■ 4m GENERAL DIRECTOPY I Methodist Church. Central Baptise Church. I Rev. J. H.'Braswell, P^tor. Uev. W. C. Garret. Pastor. 1 Services first and third 2>un- Services 2nd and 4th Sundays 1 days, morning and evening. ( # I Sunday School 10 a.m. every morning and evemns. hun- i Sunday. day School overv Sunday. Presfeytarian Church. I. . Rev. H. JV1. Smith, Pastor. Services every 4th Sunday, Morning and • Evening. First Baptist Church. Rev. R. B. Key, Pastor. Services ist and 3rd Sundays morning and evening. Sun- day School .every. Sundav. ' • . Christian Church. J C. .E. BAILE\ Rev. Wright, Pastor. j A C T I C' T"' Services 2nd and 4th Sundays 1. 1. 1 morning and evening. Sun- T ■ _ , ,• at i ¡ i'ermanentlv Located School every feunaay ai io * ' o'clock. Office above Farmers' Bank. ' John H- Brice , Physician and 5urgeon KCn&O Surgeon % Office ovsr farmers Stáís B...

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

'■ 1 I FOR FARM LANDS Or City Property See The W. M. Sandifer Land Co. IE Townsit 42!l Ag* «i ts. iwl M'i I I I ^íPST*F?#ü(53?SB®raíataaa^rXir^^w^ - aw Sheriff's Sale. My virtu re of an orderol'salc issued on June 17th, 19(H) out of the Hono% able District Court of Cíaiulalupt-1 < ioimt \ in cause No. J 2(>7. stykd' Walter Xolte vs. J. A. I.inósey et al. ^ comnianrlinj? me. the undersigned; authority, to seize and sell as uniler execution a certain tract of land therein described in order to make tile sum of Nino Thousand Nine Hi;mired Sixty Seven and 77-100 Dol- lars, together with interest thereon ¿it seven per cent per annum from April 23, 1U09 on the sum of >4.4< 1 and at the rate of eignt per cene on the sum of $763.8!, and all costs suit, together with tne costs of exe- cuting said writ of order of sale, said order of sale belli;: under foreclosure of the Vendor's lien on said land, 1 have this d-.'.y levied upon and will sell at public outcry at the court : house ...

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

The Oil Mili, Í (K V * of i city, situated in thi* <il'¡1 rich ujtrriciiIturt a¡ Jaml it- i- tllC I'll <• with i>nox City, if ¡i home market for what the far- mer j r« <1 ucew. The famous Knox prairie produce* a wonder- ful ttinount of cotton and there muHt he onie way to handle ucceKsfnlJ,y the cotton weed. For this purpose the Knox City Cotton Oil Mill Ooinpany com- posed of Kendrick and Lunsford have contracted to erect a <¡<10,- (loo (>il Mill on a siti' just went of the Iiailaood. This enter- prise is now under construct ion. The hiti!din; i ¡ii I about nlete ¡.ill" machine ry will 1 Ofimmsrnia! Dlub. colli til: ■rv to I <• ill time. This w ill lie ihe iim in tlii' s' .'tion of tIk will huve a Ierritory and miles in every direction of Knox City. Its territory will extend lor from titty to u hun- dred miles to the west. This .Mill will he in operation in plenty of time to handle this seasons crop which we are ex- pecting to be enormous. This enterprise wh...

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