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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 27 August 1909

•v'1 " •> TOiTO' $,.! Lj' & m . ■ ■1 H wSi; 8W FOR FARM LANDS Or City Property See The V>¿?. ins Ü. f ' • # w iiVM M • • • ' V • • • • • • • iV*# l*.I *a • 9 • • • '•vt* • • r • ( <k'V • • ,* W 1 f II© Townsite Agents. Trip to Growell. The editors left late Friday eveningfor a trip to Truscott) and Crowell to spend a day or two attending some business matters. In our drive through the coun- try we had good chances to ex- amine the crops over the country and find it very good. The best crops we saw on our trip, howev- er, were right here in our own territory. Things look fine to the Brazos river and from there to Truscott there is scarcely any farming land. The northern part of this country and what we «mv of Foard seems to be suffer- ing for rain. We returned Sun- day and were glad to g¿t back. 'We never leave our beautiful little city but that we comeback mere in love with it than before we left it. We are proud of the achievements of Knox City be- cause we believe we ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 27 August 1909

¿orne Ir * J. W. and A. HdUtr 1 who :or been visiting a -i Blair, (>k!aIn«Ttut n torduy to tlu*ir hoin W. Harris of R. W. Warren made a trip to lav- have fTruscott Thursday. lutive in I). J. JBrookreson of Benjamin \va- in the eitv Thursday. urn ve«- Mr. W. W. Hyde in hui'k on lii^ route strain since hi- vaca- tion. He report - crops the finest that eouUl l>e possible. fteep neat! Look nice keep your suit j>re--fi Reasonable rates at tJie City Tailoring Company. and nice. Knox Mis- Easter Belle Crockett left Friday for Hamlin where she will visit friends and relatives for a few weeks. Lee Tompkins i- visitigg home folks at Anson this week. Misses Vaughan and Clara Clarke and Rut'us McLain and Benton Anderson made a trip to Monday Tuesday. Miss Claia Clarke will take the train at Munday for her home at Hub- bard City. E. O. Rigsbee who has been visitiníí home tolks here for a few days returned to Crowell Tuesday. Rev. J. E. Chase of Benjamin came in Tuesday and will assist R...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 3 September 1909

THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS WK REACH mi: PEOPLE, A\D OUK MOTTO IS: KNOX CITY FIlta T, THE WOULD AFTE11WAKÜ" Vol. 5. Knox City, Knox County, Texas, Friday. September 3, J909. No. 33 DOUBLE QCDÍÍÍIPE ! -SlI^^^^v ULIIvIÜL '¿y? V'/ 'js? '¿3?'^ \5^ if "AMessage to You REVIVAL MEETING On September 25th The Orient w Will Put on Double Daily jw W Passen'r Service FROM WICHITA TO SAN ANGELO Although Not Officially Announced This He- port Gomes From Headquarters ' And is Probably True. v / \St \St vt/ VI/ m After a hard fight on the part of State Banks and the people the Texas Legislature passed the famous Bank Guarantee Law Hurrah for the Orient Rail- road. Reports come from head- quarters that the road will con- nect with San Angelo by riie twenty-fifth of this month and that we are to have double daily passenger services both ways- This gives us excellent train service and will be a great bene- fit in many different ways. There are many people who now avoid our town because of our lack of train s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 3 September 1909

n ¥ i Methodist Church. llev. M. S. Leveridge. Pqftor. Services first and third Sun days, morning find evening. 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. I. O. O. F. Meets every Friday night. Dr, Ira J. Culver, N. G. Geo. T. Petty, Sec. Rebeccas, Meets every Tuesday night. Mrs. E. 0. Couch, N. G. Alice McLain, Sec. Central Baptist Church. Uev. W. C. Garret, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4th Sundays morning and evening. Sun- day School overv Sunday. C. E. BAILEY DENTIST Permanently Lociited Office above Farmers' Bank. w. o. w. Meets 1st and 3rd Saturday. B. F. Sawyer, Con. Com. Dr. I. M. Wilson, Clerk, PIONEY TO LOAN! On Farm and Ranch Land! Vendors Lien notes taken up and Extended. Apply To S. H. HILL WEE, DIRECTORY Presbyterian Church. Rev. H. M. Smith, Pastor. Services every 4th Sunday, Morning and Evening. John H. Brice Physician and Surgeon KCfl&O Surgeon O...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 3 September 1909

1 • •* ■ l^ T - Ai. < • ^u.Y^ .ai.i'V r r *** -> u.' ..y w. ■m-vm/mtvoncmrzsun+itrf «fy .« • ••• • ' ■1 "V " * "' " • ' ,,>/l ' *' «i:"4 t • •>'*' *'• ' " V/ v <•• « | i'" >l. >. Y j 7 ' 1 V . <vji :- ■ik@. ' U 0 The Knox County News helps to build up*your town and country. Why not you help build up The Knox County News? The News is the Official Organ of Knox City and Knox county^ having attained this position by being the first, of the papers that are now being published, to be established in the county. Ours is the largest and best plant in the county. Our paper is read by more people. We have given the people ot Knox City and vicinity the news when all others have failed We now appeal to our readers for a little help that we must have. We are not ask- ing for something for nothing. Notwith- standing the fact that we have the largest circulation and best paper in the county, we are determined to reach out farther and in- crease our circulation and give you ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 3 September 1909

*v .v. IT o «w~~r « ■ 1 ft '• cJ i ® a ® o ® I 0 J, v. 2^ hi# h1' iti • .< l it?) i GUESTS FROM AFAR *• i -s • - • She glanced at the postmark on the envelope. The letter had been on it* journev six days. In four i days more Elmer Morse would «orne. She quickened her steps. Thero vtfas so much to do in those four short days. No, she would not keep him waiting. A glow of triumph filled her heart. She had not waited in vain. How many times she had been told that she was wasting her years by her constancy. Even her aunt, with whom she lived, had expressed doubts of Elmer's faithfulness. At least, she had told Elinor that she would do well to think twice before she let any good chance to marry slip away from her. And there had been chancee, more especially that thrifty farmer, John Torrington. It was this middle-aged wooer, sturdy and res pec tod, whom her aunt espe- cially favored. | But Elinor's heart was not to be ¡ Shaken in its constancy to her first lover, the lover who declare...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 3 September 1909

iV • • • • • • '.•'¿••i •••i t • • • • * . 'A 9 A • . * • • V;«*¿ •*S&? «i* ■V>:í i • • ;.«XV ¿•••í o'.f.- • ii • • • ♦ i V • • • • • • • • * v • • ¡tfcs • * • • .Ac*. i'. -; • • 1 • • •• s*S • Av09 • • • • • ü If liste* FOR FARM LANDS Or City Property See The W. M. Sandifer Land Co. Townsite Agents. .•.«••V • • % • • • • • a;V<. • • > '.e'.V* i:W ??«£ • • • * * ?:•# • • • • • 8% é • a • a • « it"*?. ?.#•*. • i#.Vf •;i>. • • • !• V* ♦••/I, '•v*2 •:?:á •••<« •1 ••• •lA*i *1 i«Vf* >.«•; %?:5 Press Asso- eiatinn Band A week or so ago the Tribune announced its intention, with the aid of the Moody Courier, to organize a Press Association band and get it ready to furnish music for the meeting of the As sociation at this place next year. The following is slipped from the Moran News, approving the move: Editors Greer, of Stamford, and Brasswell of Moody, propose that the musically inclined of the Press Association form them- selves into a band and prepare to furnish mn...

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

>. 1WÍ4—WW.TWHWHBH . %HKUMX •«fetal®. 'JZW^'; tfi^^sSfefeacse * t&fi ". ' "; ~<;"' ■ : : : # Ladies get y< It inaki's the noo 1- and looks nicer Tailoring Company >ur skirt- ir •Kn pressed: longer Gitv Earnest Graves who lias been attending -rhool at Abilene is back at home ugain. Misses Ethel Kussey and Vada Hhavrver from Seymour are visit- ing Misses lloxie and Heitha Oossett this week. Mr. House and family of Ben- Benjamin spent several days in the city this week. E. B. and d. H. Atterbury made a business trip to Truscott Saturday. i Keep neat! Look nice ,1- keep your suit pressed Reasonable rates at ishe City Tailoring Company. Lee Tompkins visited folks at Anson last week. and nice. Knox home F. E. Adams returned home from St. Louis last Saturday. Mrs. Adams will visit in Wichita Kansas a while before returning home. Tom Moore spent several days in Sweetwater this week. O. G. Mesd left Saturday for Abilene where he will stay for a while. Wanted.—A yonng milk cow...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 10 September 1909

I I l •<aw ««rv WÍ\ wr. .^~i •v. ir.-ivsr *"íí*7'' y *« r"* ! & M v ¡r- '■' y w ¿hatíí- ■' % WK IMOACII Tin: PEOPLE, .VN O OI U MOTTO 1*: ■KNOX O IT V niíST. 1IE WOlU I) A FTVíllW AI* J V l«V ytlBIIJBUB.;. _ • **junrjnuu k t «. tMHHM Yol. 5. Knox City, Knox County, Texíis, Friday, September 10,1909, m. 84 JP. >r. ¿jy. V. "_ & N .J [3 ^ L ¿5 |Q f. [La i *¿WO ^ i *',:*■>■ ■(?&-" * :•*>' .. -<•, ««Je <SB¿^ •^«a>Jjmi> ■. '"■•#?> v„y> «Wts-C 8jS' 'w " LiSl Smb*'1* A Message to You $ Mt-TfM iü wards Brought First Bale into Knox City BALE BRINGS A FANCY PRICE 15:60 Paid for This Bale. Highest Price Paid Anywhere in Texas. Prem- ium patd was $32.72 \ / Knox Oity received her first hale of cotton on last Saturday morning. It was raised by Mr. J. M. Edwards of six miles northeast of town and was ginned by H. Hackfield. The sample of this bale was extra good, grading very high. The bale weighed 581 pounds and was bought by the Knox Oi- ty Mercantile Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 10 September 1909

|fr. fr AN OLIflK CiHfAIKN! "The Ofiver 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. j P-tfjp $L ¡ te* j¿B¡& •• ,;'V "b '%i 1 o'Sfe?. ■ -4 <jsi ' w $á¡É| - iff - ■■■ :,^K : tH : ñm ■ E\'• iPr- **5RT' reí' - v ¿ «i. • _.iy. - A $ life -:;a :. ..... V- ' ■=,! ill'lili' % 0y- Th0i £Ü$erQ>. 3ft Sr. if I Míi 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 Albuquaroue Road a Certainly Fort Worth, Sept. 5.—"I am going to builrl the railroad which I have proposed from Ft Worth to Albuquerque, N. M., and if I can't build it with home capital will go East and build it. It will be built." These emphatic words came from Charlie Dickinson, the man who first i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 10 September 1909

i § S MONEY LOANED! (¿ 'ON REAL ESTATE! I) LONG TIME — — — — EASY PAYMENTS '$ HELTA HíiE H E1' HE S E N T AT IV E WANTED! THE JAKSON LOAN & TRUST OMPANY « 3 ^ O) FORT WORTH, Tex. JACKSON. Miss. (® (# #)j p.o © ©..$■ ,o.$,%© s_ .... v.—V..> v.■" • —7 -~- ^ •' V.' V"* . From League. Mr. Editor as we do nut see any news t niir neighborhood I thought that I would writh v >11 a few items. T!u' worms luive quit the c,-t- tou and left us a good crop .«! cotton. Air Edward- is picking cott t: :i..¡'o-* viie .remium 'u! . !S!t CARRIED ECONOMY TO EXCESS ploye, with a chuckle; "those noises come from thirt iirtlo structure off the ticket office. It's the baggago room."—Judge. FELT IT COMING. <80E33i .ái¿I ,,, .... 9S "Tp' r.- ¡t a « Vr"4 f tf—*, v r ,¡-v. JT'i'ta • *. <** J—« 'J p—* Vv' fl & • •• ; >>, a % . •i v V V«.>" . • fc • — - ■* ¿ " •*•"-?£ . Jííssi&SE i I|M IH> i~ " " i" i i ih iwx racv ; ,.jr*vx.-- > r«q*.i-'MWr.:."ai listen Boys ! E\ try suit o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 10 September 1909

' * HI i i # ¡ % 3 P i Cí i * p !'• I i ÍI A Word with You Please! 'The Knox County News helps to bosld up your town and country. Why not you help build up The Knox County News? I flirwswiv The News is the Official Organ of Knox City and Knox county, having attained this position by being the first, of the papers that are now being published, to be established in the county. Ours is the largest and best plant in the county. Our paper is read by more people. We have given the people ot Knox City and vicinity the news when all others have failed. We now appeal to our readers for a little help that we must have. We are not ask- ing for something for nothing. Notwith- standing the fact that we have the largest circulation and best paper in the county, we are determined to reach out farther and in- crease our circulation and give you a better paper. Todo this we must have a correspondant or representative in each and every commu- nity. Our proposition is the best that has been offered by...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 10 September 1909

HUB NO KNOWLEDGE OF TIPS I Finnish Maid CouJd Not Understand Gift of Money from Her Mis- tress' Guest. A country where there are no tips and win're small services are ren- dered to the stranger without hope of reward would seem hard to find— yet such a eouni rv in Finland. So far the tourist has not appeared in any great numbers, and conse- quently the commercial spirit which his advent always marks has been absent. Ah an example of this Mine. Aino Malmberg, a Finnish lady who is paying a visit to this country, toils an amusing story. Two friends whom she had met while over here had been staying with her at her house in ITelsingfors, and on leaving gave the maid a tip. She was very much astonished and did not know what it meant. See- ing Mme. Malmberg'a son coming downstairs, she ran to him and said: "They gave me money. Did they give you any?" Hearing that they had not done go, she was much mys- tified. "I cannot understanl why they should give it to me and not to you, when they kn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 10 September 1909

I! tí ¿i %! h ' $SIW f ¡■UÍ3b r"^ Ü ' ""■v ■ V., in Knox >v*«. iwnii <r w*r Is now promised a large volum of business this fe.lL Her trade territory is the 'greenest spot In Texás to-' tCi^y ML & d&v. Her fields are v$ ylth an abundá kinds of farm productions. She Is promised many n^w business enterprises this fall. AIS the good things for our city has originated with the Club. Are you a mem- ber? Do you attend? Every business man should take this much interest in the town. Think about it. i f 41 : £ v':tr' >f\ T' i? Ju n í 3 81 $ € f C=?L ,Vs Vs, I & I i 1 ' 1 u I m %M. i A^e^ts Every Tuesday Afternoon. I m iM 8^ wwiif,.-x« I I sp wT- * i I: a: I aJi M 7TZ * 1 ^3 GENERAL DIRECTORY flethodist Church. Rev. M. S- Leveridge, Pqgtor. Services first and third bun days, morning and evening. Sunday School io a.m. even Sunday. Central Baptist Church. Hev. W. C. Garret, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4II1 Sundays morning; and evening. Sun- day School every Sunday. Presbyterian...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 10 September 1909

■ . I'?* icaasSL; mJP L<^ J? I "^V ESM...IIiiHI^ ¿ ¿VLkí¿-V' V ^SKüMj ri#> fflSBiSSi SKN jÚ' Manager A. J. Ooombs of the Haskell Telephone Company, whose headquarters are at Sey- mour, was in the city the first of the week. Green Warren, formerly of this plaee who now resides at Orowell is spending' several days in the city this week. J. T. Stateson of Seymour, spent Sunday in the city visit- ing friends. W. H. Ely, of west of town, called to see us this week and had us change his address to Gilliland. He has sold out here and will make that his future home. The Ne^Ys regrets-to see him leaving this vicinity but wishes him success in his new quarters. W. M. Sand if er returned from a business trip into Oklahoma in the interest of his lot sale 011 Friday last. He reports the sale of a good number of lots 011 this trip. R. W. Warren made a trip to 3?ruscott on last Sunday. Miss Nellie Rascoe of Tulia, is in the city this week the guest of her cousin, Mr. George Petty, emd family...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 10 September 1909

I —v -t •• '• Vv * •* F i; i it § w^l I f ! I I I p; r; I ^ i $ i 8 w 1 ! Wi§¡ • W;*i • I ~ I ' J | : 1' J fc* • -a • « *.*■«• • v%V.«<'•'• !«Vi'i !jy *i *v . v«Vla'"«V'tó*. '• "•"o -V* v • "*"u "«"o i •'«*. , • « '«.* • Vv# •V ♦ • T*;¿ • a V * * * • •-•(! ".•«•i ••• :hüV • #'# • • i«v" :w; :*v?; V £ i *V • i •T f ;w. iaV £i:¿ i • •• v 5Í ••v ; v iBir. :*vi: ?u«É >.•>•: ;*v?; aw she*; FOR FARM LANDS Or City Property See The W. M. Sandifer Land Co % Townsite Agents. MtK !*•« VK :«w Get First Bale, Continunl, McLain Company 1.00 F. E. Adams 2.00 Wm. Cantley .50 W. L. White & Son 1.50 J. W. Boyles 1.00 Southwestern Journal 1 yr sub. J. O. Smallin .50 G. F. Wyatt .50 J. R. Bradbury .50 First National Bank 5.00 Knox County News 1 yr sub. Parks & Shaw .50 J. 0. Wooldridge .50 Joe Pate .50 E. O. Petty 1.00 Advertised Letters, Parties calling for these letters will please state that they are advertised, give date and pay lo postage due on each. J. E. Clarke, P. M. Knox City...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 17 September 1909

w * w THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. WK REACH rrili; PEOPLK, AND O IT K MOTTO IN: "KNOX CITY FIRST, THE WOULD AFTE UWAHD" Vol. 5. ■ W Knox City, Knox County, Texas, Friday. September 17,1909. No. 35 SCHOOLJUILDING Work on the New Brick School Building is Progressing Very Rapidly. . WORK ON ROOF 81GAN TODAY . «-•#*. vv rai ux* >niKonui^v IT . ttZ." ^VlfiUK.')> I \.iter a hard fight on the part of State Banks and the people the Texas Legislature passed he famous WEST TEXAS FAIR Opened at Abilene on Tuesday And Will Glose Saturday September ¡8th BiG CROWDS IN ATTENDANCE. The Finishing Wood Work i: -i flasiiiiato Heady i-j k Put hi . Jn Opera- tions Get Vhai Far. - • v vrr..• mar tar..1m-wmAm-m\k i . icm«uom '*****OE. lili IIWW IIWHI—Wttmrr.- «.ra***«Manu.ttnMGBtix*ir«(\+x*\¿x*- Bank Guarantee Law Opened Under a olear Sky With L'aimy Breezs and in me Absence oí tits Excessive Heat. T.iie work on the new # 10,000 {School Btiikliii.'. is pi" • messing • very rapiiI!y ami . i I •<; -a be r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 17 September 1909

ft".-' I I f J If * I ii i f ii I i fa ¡I i I f | i m. i I f m - : * Is now promised a large volum of business this fall. Her trade territory is the greenest spot in Texas to= day. Her fields are laden with an abundance of all kinds of farm productions. She Is 'promised many new business enterprises this fall All the good things for our city' has originated with the Club. Are you a mem- ber? Do you attend? Every businessman should take this much Interest in the town. Think abo mim it it Meets Tuesday Afternoon, MM, i* y it W. I " nan/.! uvuvi GENERAL DIRECTORY t riethodist Church. / Rev. M. S.Leveridge, Pattor. Services first and third Sun- days, morning and evening. Sunday School io a.m. every Sunday. Central Baptise Church. # Rev. W. C. Garret, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4th Sundays morning and evening. Sun- day School every Sunday. Presbyterian Church. First Baptist Church. i Rev. H. M. Smith, Pastor. Rev- R- B- Key Castor. . , _ Services 1st and 3rd Sundays Services every 4th Sund...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 17 September 1909

t i ^ ?;# •, . : • r'i"" i f I? I — P;-' V ' r^rr JS m ' "#*' ' •" t - •'A " W'í .. it* tf**" fit jit' jjültlin íifT itotfíi 'ii ■iA • riP iwÉf ■ sliftman ii ■! i A a¡- íf ■ ' M« V!1 ,' . f • # xc THIS ISA á&íSK !¿0h - . •> -dr) sl&sL Autumn Millinery Fashion Festival Beginning Wednesday the 22nd announcement is made - of ample regdiness for showing the season s most prominently featured styles in millinery. An exten- S^Mkí 4 ^ercantíld^o s\ve variety of attractive and clever designs will be on l/T.liOUIS. jjo display. A Millinery Fashion Festival of more than usual pomp and splendor marks the advent of the Autumn season. Everything is done on a lavish scale. The so-called small hats and turbans are of impressive proportions, and the large hat is exceeding itself in size. A sin- gle plume, a wing or a large bow serves ofttimes for an entire trimming. We are redeeming1 ourselves this season. The much caricatured peach basket and bucket hats are replaced by some of the most...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 17 September 1909

íiHiBiPSffiiffiiiÉ * fío !T! ,.. " ■ V ■ ■•■ , .'¡V *' , •' ' '* ''••• <<?>■ ' Jy - ■ n. « ' ' V ír ft }' ! íw8p «t: -•' 1 t Pm A Word with You Pleas p ^3SV" ® The Knox County News helps to build up your town and country. Why not .you. help build up The Knox County News? b—mhi— ■■■■■■■ n i ^f™wti wwwiii.mkuwwu:mwr nrnin->jib w—i i nil — win — hbiiumtmwmm«ubi■■■ — n—•■«— ■■——iwt ■—r—r— • rir t h h mi <um umniim ■ f The News is the Official Organ of Knox City and Knox county, having attained this position by being the first, of the papers that are now being published, to be established in the county. ■ ii Ours is the largest and best plant in the ounty. Our paper is read by more peopie. c* e have given the people oí Knox City and v cinity the news when all others have failed. e now appeal to our readers for a little help that we must have. We are not ask- ing for something for nothing. Notwith- standing the fact that we have the largest circulation and best paper in the...

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