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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 30 July 1909

THE KNOX COUNTY ,5 '"'3. ^ ñ * WE BEACH TIIK PEOPLE, AND Ol ii MOTTO IS: ■•KNOX CITV FIRST, THE MOULD AETEUWA RD" Vol. 5. Knox City, Knox County. Texas, Friday, July 30,1909. No. 28 \</ \ / « \(/ W '"K. «"V •"*< j0r*j0P* r 1 \a,' "V^ <% • v** k' "i*. * Xv ív • « • ñ . • X-.V ' „ "?.*&• A Message to Vou HAMLIN SHOOTING AFFRAY After a hard fight on the part of State Banks and the people the Texas Legislature passed the fam< fToin Maxwell Shot and Killed Fred Houghton at Ike Picnic al tons *> • \J 4? ^ A •. TWL-amranir-as: m uLutwicviinv.m a UCJ%V Bank Guarantee Law \V \t/ $ BOTH PARTIES HAD BEN OWING Hamlin, Texas. w f # U«il£X.<* Ifc-r-uiu- . - • arr:. HJ Gov. Campbell sent the following message to W. j Bryan. We repeat it to you. 44Texas now n is i good Bank Guarantee Law." ^ Maxwell Took Gun From Houghton and Fired Two Shots, one Taking Effect in Hip and the Other Entered Hsad Just Above Eye, "Writ fx*-.- r -ivrmav r*arz aewmvamu.;i .«Liw^«a :■ 3U'rK.,vxem Mma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 30 July 1909

EÜ You can get good Material at Reason able Prices by buying from THE LAND OF SILENCE By DAVID WOODRUFF -*3 M W n CAHERON & fV OILS ft I jy r P i And a complete line ot the latest patterns found1 in Wali Paper. T..TUX r—i . •• '« '.TrfflWg " ¡CE NOTICE! Buy you a $2.25 ice book tor $2.00 IN ADVANCE! Otherwise it will m. —■■■ —I W3WMWJB cost vou Full Price for your Books. U F* lee delivered on Sunday up "to 9:30 o'clock. Try us once. Yours tor GOOD Service and COLD ICE! FRED JACKSON jLiaeaarksbctb;.;^ ft One Iron in the Pire! I have just one iron in tlie Fire but I keep it Red Hot! I handle Furniture alono and give all my time to it. I study the demand and knew what to keep... ✓ I have one of the most complete lines of Furniture to be found in this section and 1 can supply you with the best at the lowest possible price... JOE PATE, "The Furniture Man" <ea m khi ft i Bradberry & Norris • GENERAL BLACKSMITH Pemanantly Located « til tja Firstclaws work of all kinds. Horse sho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 30 July 1909

i'*" mam r 1 K, C. M. & ü. TIME TABLE. WEST BOUND. No. 1, Daily, ai*. 5:40 p. m. j No. 17, Loca!, ar. S:50 a. m.! Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri- j days. EAST BOUND. No. 2. Daily, ar. 1:10 p. m. No. IS, Local, ar. 3:50 p. m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur-1 days Thru ticket to Ft. Worth, S6.30. Advertised Letters, Parties cnlling for these letters will please state that they are advertised, give date and pay to postage due on each. J. E. Clarke, P. M. Knox City, Texas. .July 12, 11)01). M. F. Sanders. Henry Sherman. July 11), 190Í). W. B. Bice. J. H. Olioat. Tom Cross. Mrs. Belle Grome. Mrs. L. T. Rogers. ' Rural Service Route one leavos at 9 a. m. and arrives at 4 p.m. Route Two leaves at 0 a. m. and arrives at 12:15 p. m. Mall Service North bound leaves Post Office at 1 p. m. South Bound leaves Post Office at 5 p. m. See these beautiful >t¡mmor ¡a,> Duster- ::t . AN OUVEK CiHTilfilR "The Oliver Record Has Never Been Equaled' is not a myth but a proven fact. Let me show you. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 30 July 1909

f * f # '4 DIRECTORY Methodist Church. Rev. J. H. Bras well. P^tor. Services first and third Sun days, morniíi- and evening. Sunday School 10 a.m. every Sunday Central Baptist Church. lie v. \V C. Garret, Pastor. Services and aad 41I1 Sundays morning and evening. Sun- day School every Sunday. Christian Church Rev. Wright, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4th Snndays morning and evening. . bun- School every Sunday at 10 o'clock. C. E. BAILEY DENTIST Permanently Located Office above Farmers' Bank. Presbyterian Church. Rev. H. M. Smith, Pastor. Services every 4th Sunday, Morning and Evening. First baptist Church. Rev. K. B. Key, Pastor. Services 1st. and 3rd Sundays morning and evening. Sun- day School every Sunday. John H. Brice Physician and Surgeon KCH&O Surgeon Office ovar Farmers State Bank PHONE 76; RFSJDENCE 55 N. R, Morgan attorney-at-law NOTARY PUBLIC! AND LAND AGE XT Special attention to collecting*, con- veyanciUff, and examining' titles to laud I. O. o. F. Meets every Friday ni...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 30 July 1909

I I I FOR FARM LANDS $ v See ■ *iBS' ■ - /I t %JÍ 1 I r I ■IWIIililWIWWIWWIWBIIIIillll Hill—!'i Willi «IWIHIII11IIBIII 11 Hi1 II Ml IHIIIWIHIBIillll'illlMllilllllB IIIIMIMMIWBmiWhMlim^ IMfflWiWHIir .—a. 'ir Ttrm'lirrfnnmriB II Ill OMUMM KTWHV VUIiX.Ta.'.<f—If. fin W. IJtBaf1'wv-mugtwr .TiWI™n' Cfl«M The iarlic:- of tin M- thodist m ll«anmknanumi«n(hbs<m v — ' " l rrifn iwrevurimcir* — :•> • .a w 1 e stil! ¡o gooci cimrch'liave orgar.iz' a < 'hurch shoe work at Petty1. . Debt leaving Society and have Yon car, I-i'.,.ithemselves to raise $7, ¡í!.;>0 to help five li: ' church of debt.- They want a!, th la- dies thai are member. of the v ■ ¡at Wm. i\" Comn>my figure ave money by letting m iv C( on your house bill. it it .Mr. i>. A. ¡•{•••ire... •/. • y >a- n\ siii nl .-•>• era i ;■.< la t > *k in the city tin. guest of hi• c . ■ - ins, Mi>ses Gos et' .Hi <'■• ' urn-, e<l home Saturiav .lh- > ¡.r visit in_ few slay- \ckw 01 FrUéCi i I ' DaUa.s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 30 July 1909

' 6 K I If Is ?v . ;;.-hrr3®r1 jr.* WBBBSSi •-S Jf- I , Í . | P (£ ¡?f ¡•I v. if The Mulkey Meeting, The revival meeting that iias been running for several days hack under the leadership of Ahe Millkey closed Sunday night. The doors of the Methodist church were opened and about twenty-five n e\v m e m b e r < were received. Those .who joined other churlies gave then- names to the secretary, J. W. Smith that he may notify the respective pastors. At this meeting Rev. Mulkey took a collection for the purpose of raising a church debt of $8000 that is held against the Metho- dist church. The coll ect ion amounted to $8425, as follows- J. B. Jaws $501).(((> Laeies Home Mission Society 800.00 J.W.Smith 25< >.<>() J. D. Kendrick 200.00 M. S. Leveridge, pastor 200.00 M. E. Sunday School 200.ro PL O. Jameson loo.ro M.F.Swain ÍOO.OO E, W. Holmes 150.00 .J. A. Wood 150.00 D. V. Wheeler 100.09 V. T. Williams 50.00 Darr Katlill' 50.00 E. O. Kigsbee 50.00 F. JB. Bryant 50.00 J. M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 6 August 1909

RMHPegfip fc** tfj .*, - 1 THE KNOX WE REACH THE PEOPLE, AND OUR MOTTO ISi «KNOX CITY FIRST, THE WORLD AFTERWARD' Vol. 5. — Knox City, Knox County, Texas, Friday, August 6,1909. No, 2g LAST DAY^ TODAY Thousands of Paopli ire Hire and Crowds Heve Grown Larg- er Every Day. HAS BEEN ~GREAT SUCCESS the Last 6reat Day Drawing Glose. Another Balloon As- cension tills eve to a The Fourth Annual Old Settlers Reunion at Knox City closes with today's program. The Park at which place the Reunion was held has been working alive with people since the opening day. Each and every day the crowd has been larger than was expected. All the attractions were of the best, even better than any previous year. The following program was rendered today. Orange race, girls 8 to 12. Orange race, girl 13 to 16. Sack race, boys 12 to 14. Pot race, girls 14 tó 16. Pot race, ladies all ages. Hobble race by the boys. Pie eating by boys, all ages. Race for prettiest girl, by young men. Confederate Soldiers last bat- ...

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

V' ■' ^ "f i V *" FS¿: íft* ' * £l «3 ' • ®f4' 'M NiSfk''ii i ]#? 11 I TsJ if J sBacv, ' i- 11'# Kf ; ■■'■ Í • 1 : ' , ' v : ■ ®ll ft" r' I ivi- 1 É w *2% P*-,v S 0M> |g|i f£*w8l mx, '*■. !& } ' • ** Iwp ** 3f' € GENERAL DIRECTORY • Methodist Church. ! Kev. J. H, B ras well f P^ftor. Services first and thircL Sun- days, morning and evening. Sunday School 10 a.m. every Sunday. Central Baptist Church. Presbyterian Church. First Baptist Church. Kev. W. C. Gat-rat, Pastor. Roy H M gmjth( Pastor. Rev. R. B. Key, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4th Sundays Services 1st and 3rd Sundays . . t . o Services every 4th Sundav, . , . ' morning and evening. Sun- • ^ 1 morntmr find evening. Sum- day School every Sunday. Morning and Evening. day School every Sundav. Christian Church. Rev. Wright, Pastor. 1 Services 2nd and 4th Sundays % morning and evening. Sun- School every Sunday at 10 o'clock. • C. E. BAILEY John H. Brice N. R.Morgan ^ Phvsician and Surgeon attorxey-at-law IJ K N I IS I " notary...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 6 August 1909

T ftws • iV • • • • • • • iv • * i'®«i FOR FARM LANDS Or City Propert í;a¿ • _• •'¡ti: • i # • • • • • • • '•Vt* i?'; Mr. Maxwell of Benjamin at- tended the reunion Wednesday. Clarence Quails and Joe Allen are «ver to the reunion this week. Jay Driver of Benjamin was over Wednesday. Mis,s Dorthy Williams of Rule is visiting in the city and attend- ing the big reunion. W. M. Sandifer, president of the W. M- Sandifer Land Com- pany seem* to have his hands full of prospectors showing his town lots which are included in his biy: town lot sale. Rev. W. C. Garaett who has been at Snyder for some days back assisting in a big revival meeting there returned this week. He reports a very success- ful meeting having twenty-eight additions. Roland McKay of Rule the city this week. Ben Hinds formerly of this place but now of Crowell is in the citv this week. Alvy Couch spent his vacation in Haskell last week. Frank Young of Mineral Wells is in the city this wteek. Jno. Wilson left Sunday for the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 6 August 1909

$ ¡<íi I i f ¡% I §3 i 4 u<. i x: SfS' pjj Vi ! : ;>'V', ,y • .- '< ,,''V Anti-Trast Lonbir Silts. Jackson, Mi*s* Aují. 4.—As a result of unti-triist suits recent- ly brought by Attorney General Stirling against the retail Lum- ber Dealers' Association of Miss- ippi and Louisiana, fifteen out of the seventy-three concerns made defendants to the suits effected compromises. They have agreed to pay $8<H> to the State Treasurer upon a decree being issued against them in the Chancery Court of Holmes Conn ty at the November term and - withdraw their appeals to the United States Supreme Court. Neither the Attorney General nor the attorneys representing the fifteen firms will divulge their names. Commercial Secretaries Fort Worth, August 3.—Sixty commercial secretaries are here today attending the institution for city development in Texas and more secretaries are expect- ed ti arrive this afternoon and tomorrow. Prof. E. S. Batterson of Chicago addressed the com- mercial c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 13 August 1909

. ^ . • ■ . £91 w. • • ■ •*- • Rj 0 tnvi'vw vnb - - - - Wi: BKACH T1IK PKOl'I-M, AM) DIJR WOTTO IS: - .v"NOX CI TV FIliST, Vol." 5. Knox Ci¡y, Jínox County, Texas, Frid iy, August i<: i;¡09. i í l-l XX O i . I> A I X101 i W A1 f a- '' ■ri ir t tit *• n an—i*" r 1 * r " « • *NJn Q() jh« v < \j vy • > ihwmmmi FALLS Wm \¡¡r ' >£• ^ Jg* A Message to You vi/ On Last Sunday Afternoon Bain Began « Falling It Rained Again 1 Af t Mondav mornmff ^ After a hard fight on the part of State Banks and the ^ people the Texas Legislature passed the famous iXf — : $ THE FIRST GOOD RAIN SINGE MAYif This Rain Insures a Splendid Cotton Crop, Big Yield of Feed- stuffs, Matures the Late June Corn, and is a Great Blgssing to lis. % Bank Guarantee Law ■uowr-a * a ?4u l mmm The long lin ked for and 1«>11 :■: w■; . s suliei-in- i'roin the hot winds! \\r Bank Guarantee Law.' needed rain lia- ¿it las!, fallen. ¡ from the > >utii el' us. The 1 On Sundnv evenimr the rain he- au'r p.¡lion o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 13 August 1909

p L , 1 i j l i 1I' r i í i ■i t. r Rr i> v; | «.'• ¡t > 1,'v ' •> yv") ; *,vji♦,« >;' :14 DIRECTORY ■ i Methodist Church. Rev. J. II. 13 ras well, Pintor. Sarvices first and third Sun- days, morning and evening. Sunday School io a.m. every Sun day- Central Baptist Church. Uev. W. C. Garret, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4th Sundays morning and evening. Sun- da)- School every Sunday. Presbyterian Church. Rev. 1!. M. Smith, Pastor. Services every 4th Sunday, Mornirip; and Evening. First Baptist Church. í^pv. R. B. Key, Pastor. Servict'M 1 st and 3rd Sundays mot'iiinu: nd evening. Sun- <lav School i-vrv Sundav. •1 wtf: ¿ « vVMUJBv i .c u unarwur . ■«««■■■ ***• y¿"JtOKimuar*Mi iafrWr« rjitg:.'a Assrr^x.a .¿.««n v*,- cmMr.inii *£1-.- «i umi " Christian Church. « R* ■ v. Wrigii t, Pastor. Se . it • 2nd and 4th Snndny.s movnu g and evening. Sun- School every Sunday at 10 o'clock. C. E. BAILEY D E N T I S T Permanently Located Office above Farmers' Bank. John 51. Brice Physician ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 13 August 1909

' Itatf \ K '(*'■< ' -..-I" I • Wi • • • • • • §v • • • iV • • •Ji'i • * • • FOR FARM LANDS Op City Property See The • n't « «fV M ' Rte £ * r • • • * «V ® • .*• W " ■ Ü V • • '/"••i :&•? * • • • • • *V • * ,*yL •• >.••5 * , i. \> CI •fc '; i mi • <.« a <w*a: 'irr-r .ixt£ taswre -> rw Esirs«flBa«a«e«nK^^ Fewspapsr Brings Business. Muskogee, (>kla., Aug. K.— Just to show tho local merchanls what can ho done in tho way of trade getting, a local afternoon paper advertised a trade excur- sion of its own, but instead of sending the business men out anion,u: the people, it went out and brought the people right in- to the Muskogee stores. The new line of the M. O. and G. road opened up the Calvin was selected for the experiment. A special train was sent out and everyone who wanted to come to Muskogee was given a free ticket by the newspaper. The result was that 500 [by ac- tual count] people came into Muskogee on that one train. When they were ready to return a spe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 13 August 1909

b p f i I § *? i? i II I i?= ■ A. f -Hard^rave* returned to Wi>nte<l.-~A vonnp: milk cow. Benjamin Monday ^ liciv hewit| Durham preferred or part jersey, present engaged with the Knox Countv t¿ix r> ll*. Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Warren went to Benjamin Monday. . l list r>e gentle. !v i' i). Bennett. . Claud M<-Lauuh in left Satur- day for a <!a.v or two in Seymour. JJe returned Monday. L. 0. Porter left Tuesday to attend the big Orowell picnic. Ladies ¡ret your skirts pressed ; It makes the goods wear longer and looks nicer.—Knox City tailoring Company. Clinton Bailey is attending the big picnic at Orowell this week and selling confetti on the side. Mr. J. E. Clarke and family are attending the postmasters convention at Waco this week. For your Pure Corn Chops see rue before buying. $1.60 per sack. 8. Edwards. I). G. Home of Truscott was in the city this week the guest of his sister, Mrs. Fox and fami- ly. S. W. Hen,(person of Truscott was'shaking hands with friends in t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 20 August 1909

THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. BEACH THE PEOPLE, AND OUR MOTTO Is5: "KNOX CITY FIRST. THE WORLD AFTERWAK IV Vol. 5. Knox City, Knox County, Texas, Friday, August 20,1909, No. 31 COM GLÜB MEETS | Csmmeraial Club Met Tuesday # Soiisiilered Proposition ¡W From tiii) Oil Mill w 1 y *^9Ay ** 'tíHt* •*fP* ^*k' WORKING OH INCORPORATION Committee Working on Incorporation Ask for an Extension of Time and Same Was Granted. The Knox City Commercial Club i.:* i oil last Tuesday after- noon witn Dr. (i. P. Gibner pre- siding, ami E. B. Atterbnry as secretary. A proposition from the Knox City Cotton Oil Mill to return to them the $500 forfeit was con- sidered by the club and it was decided that Dr. Gibner should have the authority to return this receiving in return a $500 note payable on demand. The question of incorporation was discussed considerably. The committee that had been ap- pointed to work on this proposi- ti^ asked for inore time which of course was granted but this matter should be rushed. The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 20 August 1909

• " 'k ' ■ *vW rf. -y M $ P IX $ DIRECTOPV Methodist Church. Kev. .T. II Braswell, Pastor. Services first and third Sun- days, morning and evening. Sunday School 10 a.m. every Sunday. Central Baptist Church. • Kev. W. C. Gar jet, Pastor. Servios 2nd and 4th Sundays morning and evening. Sun- day School every Sunday. Presbyterian Church. Rev. B. M. Smith, Pastor. Services every 4th Sunday, Morning and Evening. First Baptist Church. Rev. R. B. Key, Pastor. Service* 1 st and 3rd Sundays morning' and evening. Sun- day School every Sunday. Christian Church. Rev. Wright, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4th Snndays morning and evening. Sun- School every. Sunday at 10 o'clock. C.E.BAILEY DENT 1ST Permanently Located Office above Farmers' Bank. 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 Monday. B. F. Sawyer, Con. Com. Dr. I. M. Wilson, Clerk, Rebeccas, Meets every Tuesday night. Mrs. E. 0. Couch, N. G. Alicé McLain, Sec. FION^Y T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 20 August 1909

♦-<. ... , ¿V ' •-' -'íí . ' ' ■ÉU^pM BWI ■T.?i «0 ••!••• '•V?* ■i ij * ' ?%•§ • •• • S3 • aV * :T¿;¿ :•♦>•.* • «V • • «V • • •Ti;'. :*v1; • • • • • FOR FARM LANDS Or City Property See The W. M. Sandifer Land Co. Town site Agents. :;7>: l • • • bV •• STRAYED. One black horse 7 years old 15 1-2 hands high, weighing 1100 pounds, branded triangle Y on left hip. Has — on jaw, fresh wire cut on breast. Will pay $10.00 reward for recovery of animal. G. T. Smith, Knox Oity. We failed to mention several parties who attended the court at Seymour last week but we as- sure you it was purely an over- sight and not purposely. Program. ftli Sun*'' v. u'ln Rat)! niiv.: Thursday night before the ill• h Sunday in August. UH)0. J'hur--day night. Introductory Sermon by Kid. W. H. Stanley. Friday, 0 a. m.—Devotional Services held by Eld. L. P. Lack- ey. 9:30 a. m. Organization. 10 a. in. What is Bible Evan- gelization.—R. O. M. E i land. 11a. in. Sermon by J. F. Jones. Subject. "TotalDepravity...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 20 August 1909

RBCf ' I , W ¿C. Duval was over from Ben- juuiiu the tirst of the week. Clinton Bailey i* lnaliiu^souie improvements in 1>is tailor Hepre^entative D.J. Brook re- son'of Benjamin >vuh in the fit) Tuesday. Another refreshing rain feli here Saturday evening for which we are very thankful. W. C. Wright wentto Truseott Monday to prendí the tuneial <•! Mrs. Holmes. Roy Maples left Thursday for Munday to visit his mother, who is reported very sick. Ladies get your skirts pressed : It makes the goods wear longer and looks nicer .-—Knox City Tailoring Company. G. T. Tompkins attended Com- missioners court during last week and also a day or two this week. Wanted.—A yonng milk cow Durham proferred or part jersey Must be gentle* Edw. D. Bennett. F. E. Adams and wife left Saturday for St. Louis where they will buy their fall and win- ter stock. Beep neat! Look nice! and keep your suit pressed nice. Reasonable rates at the Knox City Tailoring Company. Mr. Goree of Travis county is visits...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 27 August 1909

0. THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. v WK BEACH THE PKOPLK, AND OUR MOTTO IS: "KNOX CITY FIRST, THE WOULD AFTEBWAUIV I ■ Vol. 5. Knox City, Knox County, Texas, Friday, August 27, 1909. No. 32 A JOINT MEETING Delegates From Each Commer- cial Club Meet at Knox . City joint Session ARE WORKING IN HARMONY Object of the Meeting to Determine Wheth- er or not to be Represented at The Dallas State Fair It was decided a few days ago by the respective Commercial Clubs of the county to send del- egates to a general meeting of the Commercial Clubs of the county and Knox City was desig- nated as the place of meeting. The time was set for last Wed- nesday evening. The object of this meeting was to discuss the question of whether or not our county should be represented at the Dallas P'air, and if so, to'for- mulate plans whereby the exhib- it might be handled to the best advantage. On Wednesday evening .the meeting was called to order at the club room of the Knox City Commercial Club and the open- ing address...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 27 August 1909

I Lij; I k ;!%r, DIRECTORY #r Methodist Church. Rev. J. H. Bras well, Pqftor. Services first and third Sun- day.*, morning and evening. ¡jj¡ Sunday School 10 a.m. every Sunday. Christian Church. Rev. Wright, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4th Snndays morning and evening. Sun- School every Sunday at 10 o'clock. Central Baptist Church. Kev. \V. C. Garret, Pastor. Servics 2nd and 41 h Sunday." morning and evening. Sun- dav School everv >unday. Presbyterian Church. Rev. H. SI. .Smith, Pastor. S: rvices every 4th Sunday, Mornin; and Evening. First Baptist Church. Kev. K. B. Key, Pastor. Servio ■•.- 1.st ami 3rd Sundays 'mornin- n;I evening. Sun- dnv ScIvmI /-very rMi'ida" if M /. C.E.BAILEY DENTIST Pi manontly Located Office above Farmers' Bank. \t Ad'J: W • .isjotu&m I OvO. F. Meets every Friday ni^ht. 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, Clerk, John H. Brice Physician and Surgeon K C fl & O Surg...

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