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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 17 September 1909

# *rv* <*W >f- *- • • '• • *•*■ m- «.>-- .*U r rang 9*4* B Í Our Millinery Opening will take place Thursday September 23rd at which we will show the latest eres Ions and imported pat- terns in Ladies Hats. We cordially incite each and every lady in our community to attend. Our fall merchandise is arriving daily, the latest and most-up- *— % J to-date the market affords. We are showing a beautiful line of ladies tailored suits for your selection. Remember our Fireiess Cooker we are giving as a premium. If you haven't a card ask for one. We will give a demonstration in fireiess cookery Friday. Come in and learn something of the greatest invention of the aire. KmcKnimu; r: runrxa-vrw tamxttju jn. nsm jcx *jamxm «vaw . iv \ .L u.iv; Mk*4«m.iT-.«svxA>«^ rur • ««. m -%MT.. UN. .4, fa .■i'* ¥ 1 % J IS 1 IJ h * tj sWVJg /r~ ' Vi ,, V i- ^ r-- ■ T •■«■«V'K vr- . • •••■'■ ¡>ara : naertnpatMmgcsk «si -w *, ".-'isEx¿Aft,v,j: ¿■/.■MS '.vtA t j-T*.' \'jí *-**r rrt ar «wm •■ 7-. ','...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 17 September 1909

í, , , • m t • ■ ; ':í |V« I p? r ? f 1f*V v . i r1 ■ | I1 p. _ í 1 i ?' i i 1' ! I Y i f¡. ira kv: M Griení Oaü is Only 7 Miles CÍE VAST vrv/'T"? -y ZJZVJ. I Terrffyirg rie.-ort That the Nsw Jer- sey Crcp Has Csc.i Tciaüy streycrl |-y Fire. oUGCsssfiil Sí- viva! at Role FO' Í-1 •• 1 • • «<•! ii Just 7 ni ¡los moro oí .■¡toe! now j Vi? are aecirloir.ed lo Mío annu•;! ' The re\ ¡val at tin tu 1)0 laid an i the ,i¿ap between! ahr-ul f-,:!; S veetwater an ! San Angelo on sey poach crop and devastation in the a ¡i) C'uSeO • ! iho dor- | cJ ilr< ll at Rub (he Ules of , r. day m^nt. Rev. (t<*o. II or. ards in the Orient will bo close 1. Sat-1 ire?tern Xew York. These stone- urday the crow working from | aro all right, and wo accept (hem V, i j : , u,. ¡with a half-formed notion that the the Colorado river to Bronte ,, , , , , may he true, frosts have been from this end was on a stan j known to nip and worms to blight Hiill. The gang on the other j the orchard-, and so we accept t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 17 September 1909

mm* V . ■ ' V * txAmim C?M|3Hr 'ÍFJW •y^.vAi'j]" .T/^wgggy '. J6KH&"'' -■ivm*-* k\ .*...* . . .. : *.:*■' 1SME ¿T/:i¿ IfciHBSí IHIlHifi ill II 'm Worth Town Lots SEPT'. 21 GIVEN AWAY SEPT: 21 m Fx^\ I '■*$ & «?> I l .ylk # i :ía¿M', fl V*¿ ill I •■y I V' / •:•:. -c / & K $ á ■< • •ir? * •¿/ l&B ¡I I É \w <a fe / 1V: 7.1 ¡,4,1 TTie Stamford & Northwest rn R \u I (Excursion Rates Stamford to Jay ton) 14 ¡Hies From Aspermont and 45 Miles From Stamford ux-wl. WITSu«t«aKK-.ani«.1:'.J mam).m.n mfcttu«az3*au?r#*aLJU¿Mwanui irv - " TNW 1I WMM nj w«. M All Visitors to Alluvia on September 21st will receive Free Chances to $ 1,000 worth of Real Es- tate in the town oí Alluvia, Gray additions. These chances will cost you nothing. On the day named the new town of Alluvia will celebrate the inception of train sex vice on the new railroad just completed. This is a chance to get in on the ground floor and buy properly at bed rock prices. The sale will be by auction and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 17 September 1909

jflB M i *v • • /•v •un y«t; ?;f:¿ •vi; •.#•5 •>; • «V • « ?Sf:¿ :w¿ •*Vf' $8 H ;T ;¿ .••"•ai •eV® • •f>;S « •• • •ís?i • «V • • ••y* • • •• • • O*** * * r •.« •• o.> ; • • • • • • tV • • .v#*s • • • • • • • # • • • • .flw * 1 r ,v.\V.y.v#:#%•.*•:* v-vv.*v;#:.v«Ví-v^v .%V :? %•!;!•*:Sir*:*v:;• i?.-:.-.®.: - - « . .• e $fe it?«V &T ••¿•i ••Vi#. •Í9.t> FOR FARM LANDS Or City See The W. M. Sandifer Land Co Townsite Agents. O'J. ! • o * • • • i, • • " . •# • « o. *•!1 4, o .¡¡ r «i « .*.®« o* • ••'Ti" o • -* j 9 * > ?>«:.<= i ?ó.*> É> • • • • "•"•o, •:¿i¿ • ••••* ■ é • • > * •♦¿•í * 6 * * •/.v; * • • • • • • • • • BANK'S OFFICIAL STATEMENT OF THE FINANCIAL CONDITION OF The Farmers' State Bank AT KNOX CITY, TEXAS. State of Texas, at the close of bus- iness on the 1st day of September 1909, published in the Knox County News, a newspaper printed and published at Knox City, State of Texas, on the 17th day of September, 1909. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 24 September 1909

1 Hfc xviNUA COUNTY NEWS. WB REACH THE PEOPLE, AND OUR MOTTO ISt "KNOX CITY FIRST. THE WORLD AFTERWARD' Vol. 5. Knox City, Knox County, Texas, Friday, September 24,1909. No. 36 COTTONAND CORN Are Daily Arriving In Great . Quantities From oar Ex- jw fensive Territory. f HIGH PRICfS ARE BEING PAID And the Cash Pulse cí the iloauniiniiy is being OuicKeoeu, Opening up Business Activity, ** w*. uwncttt %. The £00 d old day,.; of liuj. Fall season are ■ ■ ¡ :..• ■ & <:a n. The' fariiu i -■ a" !u ;.i... i i ¡a .va,.. >:* load after \vas$on load of corn j and bale after hate of cotton! which means t!uii the produc-; • tionn-of the \\ a :• i ■ belli turned, into ready casli. An excellent crop has been ¡ rod need here this I .year and now the Harvesting of j the crops is on in earnest. Knox City is now affording a good market for both cotton and corn paying the top price for same and this fact is bringing more of this years crops to Knox City than ever before. The condition of a com...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 24 September 1909

! Fall News Í \ 1 ft I I- M V j'.JJÍ fm li® Our Millinery Opening was a great suc- cess and everyone seems to be well pleased with the patterns for the season. In fact the general run of styles are becoming to ail. Our Millinery department is a busy cor- ner and we advise our customers to get their orders in early. Our ladies tailor made department is do- ing a big business and it is advisable to get your orders in soon especially if it has to be made as there is liable to bo some delay on account of accumulation of orders with the cutters. Now is the time to lay in your supply of prints, percales, domestics,sheetings, fleece.d goods and all cotton goods as the market is advancing and as our staple line was pur- chased about four months ago we are in a position to sell you at a iess price. I Remember Our Fireless Cooker Demonstration on Friday. We want every one to come and if you havent a card be sure and ask for one with your next purchase. Local Happenings i nappe 7^7 San Angelo ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 24 September 1909

-n«M«yy '4r'*ep*v i FLAG i, £ OF AirRXA 1 v LOCUSTS THE MOST TERRIBLE FOE OF THE FARMER. Pests That In Their Numbers Arc Invincible Destroy Crops While Owners May Only Look on in 8upineness. South Africa seems to be a paradise to the farmer until the locusts come. The farmer has been planting wheat for five months, beginning with March, and he looks for an enormously proilt- able harvest in the midsummer month of December. After plowing and drag- ging for six days, he has put in v. day or two sowing the wheat by hand, and has kept repeating the process until hundreds oi' acres have been planted. There are fields of wheat in all stages, from the young green stalks to the yellowing heads of grain. It will be convenient to reap the crop in the suc- cessively ripening fields, just as it was convenient to plant it in installments. The fanaer congratulates himself on a climate that makes this method pos- sible. He figures that the investment for 25 bags of seed worth $150 v/ill return him...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 24 September 1909

i • i í i F i 1 i r-' í ¡Many Many Thanks! We must say that we are very agreeably surprised at the many who have responded to our call for correspondants in the different communities of the county, and we wish to ex- tend our many tVianks for their appreciations of The NEWS and their support. There are severas communities m which we hav„ repre- sentatives who huve not yet written us, then there are a few places yet, unrepresented. If you do not see the news from your neighbor- hood, write us yourself. We wish to impress upon our friends the importance of writing- trusting that we will 1 n 5! I M every have week nor* next week. Here is wr'" ^Dortonai > /i >! 1. /A £ E tf% T J 0 $ W 4 THE KNOX G Established October 1904. Published very Friday. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF KNOX CITY AND KNOX COUNTY E. B. ATTERBURY JOE FOX - Business Manager. •Editor. Subscription rates. Cash in Advance. ©ne Year * $i,oo Six Months 0,50 .•* r *nswi • MWNk s uvwiru :< Entered at the Postoffice at Knox City...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 24 September 1909

1 -|<8 ■ <# < .*■ m ,¿Afiela ' 1 Mí v> WAvSW.1 ,"'' 3E IE ^3eeffe£ Autumn Millinery Fashion Festival We are pleased to announce that Mrs. Flora Pitts, is again in charge of our Millinery department, this being her third season with us. She is a clever designer and has won for herself the confidence and approval of our KMG-BRÍMSMADB many customers and friends. We consider ourselves mercantile co. very fortunate in securing her services again this sea- ; act.ivouis. mo son> an€| you can make no mistake in consulting Iter ? regarding the ;atest styles in miil?nery. You will be agreeably surprised you place the order with her for the new Hat. Sí "Idj and iKeasea 51 .1 iW« l«WW M*AI • «rvru iatiuutin.*! rr v. 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' havs ant turbañs are of impressive proportions, and the large hat is exceeding itself in size. sir gie p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 24 September 1909

k p. k Is now promised a large vol urn 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 mern= foer? Do you-attend? EvéS*? business man should take this much interest in the town. Think about it. , \ . i p,, j i II m Meets Every Tuesday Afternoon. iviii KKancv.^f. *! . GENERAL DIRECTORV i lelhodist Church. ¡ Central Baptist Church. Rev. V.S. Leveridge, Pastor. I Rev. W. C. Garret, Pastor. Cervices first and third Sun- j serviCMS 2nd and 4th Sundays J.iyjs, morning and evening. a : Sunday School ,0 a.m. every morn.ng and evening. Sun- Sunday. j day School every Sunday. Presbyterian Church. First Baptist Church. Rev. H. M. Smith, Pastor. Rev. R. B. Key, Pastor. Services ist and 3rd Sundays Services every 4th Sunday, , ' morning and evening. Sun- Morning ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 24 September 1909

i WIIIIWIIIlM,' l.l n' j| saaBrore - 5Bá¿!aaKi. ■ yii*-, jüÁ ^ ¿ gr ¿j j WW '«BMr; «MOM k.lA'.áAAX-.fc*! [EIGHBORHGOB NEM> uiifisp:e Knox Conn I v ISew 'lerm ¿0' Gillespie very good fairlv good, cotton s!h a\ in community is shape. Crops ■RMHBOBCnBaaEK . a C ■■■■■■ XtfW WtfJOOTT Kmmmmsm I Happ*n/nga of lnUr*rt Gatbmdr tbm anifit qf Our Uta&rv we know to MKehtll Mites. "Silence is golden but believe it would ceased be a virtue to longer remain si- lent concerning our busy com- munity, so we hope to come from time to time with a few of the doings of the place. School is progressing nicely -under the management of Miss Daisy Howell. Fifty-four pu- pils are in attendance and good work is being done. Mr. Harrison and son, Mr. Otis, were in Stamford Monday. Mr. James Hudspeth has bought property in Rochester and has removed to that place. We wish him success. Mr. and Mrs. Yates visited their daughter at Rochester Sun- day. The Farmers Union .miet at Mitchell, Saturday p. m. Three m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 24 September 1909

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 1 October 1909

THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. -— - ■ __ > WE BBAOH THE PEOPLE, AND OUR MOTTO 2 "KlfOX CITY FIRST, TUB WOULD AFTIOK W ARD" ▼ol. 5. FAIR ASS'N MEETS Delegates From tin Respective niiht ot the County Met in Benjamin Mod, iormuuteIortrer plans I Wa Daiirt ti Km Two Scpmiiti- tfm ii eirargt el tfct EiMbtt it 11 Dallas Fait. The respective clubs of Knox County appointed delegates to the Knox County Exhibit Asso- ciation to meet in joint session at Benjamin on the 27th day of September. Meeting called to order by E. B. Warren, president, L. B. Hammock as acting secretary. Motion made and carried that two men be sent with the Knox County exhibit to have charge of and display same. -Capt. R. D. Goree of Knox City and A. J. Glasgow of Munday were elect- ed. Motion carried to allow these men $150 for their expens- es and time during the fair. Motion made and carried that each town take care of the ship- ping of its own products. The shipper at each point is to send these products prepaid and is to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 1 October 1909

Jr • m ■ 3jM-' 'v.V. ■ H m ' fc 5',;;: ■ "i'V'.' «¿i; Millinery Course. There's AReason. It's the time óf year and our Styles, Prices and Quality are beyond comparison. ■ : : •v. .- WHAT DEPARTMENT C^p^ES NEXT? Hard to say as all departments in our store are doing1 a -Big Business. ; i Vi •*>■' Come in, look to your heart's content, and if you dont find what you want let us Know and we will have it for you the next time you come in. : Remember our Fireless Cooker demonstration Friday at three o'clock. •*' % Local Happenings DRY GOODS AND Jit J. H. McLain informs us that he will be compelled to put off his sale for a few day. He is placing his stock in the Chapman building. ■; The ladies of the Christian Church will serve dinner down town on the 16th. Every body invited. I now have a first class work- man in my shop and am better prepared to turn your work off than ever before. Call and see me. L. C. Porte*. R. W. Warren is in Truscott again this week. The Knox City Milling Oo wil...

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

I WIMktrse Creek Hem. Well Mr. Editor as you were kind enough to print my other letter I thought I would come again. The farmers are fast gathering in their crops. The weather is still fair and pleasant. * v Bro. Garrett was visiting in our community last week. Mr . Kate Winn and Miss Fan- nie Mwu is visited Mrs. Christo- pher Tuesday evening. S. E. Oronsen and 0. H. Steele made a business trip to Qoree Tuesday. Geo. McMillan spent two days on his farms this week. Mr. Varnell and Natt Eliott went to Stamford, Texas, with watermelons last Friday. There was an enjoyable crowd spent the Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Line- berger's, Those present were Albert Cooper, Bill Oummings, and Bob Oummings and Misses Fannie Morris, Pinkie Ohristo- pler, Alice Croasen, Jewel Oum- mings, Ila and Fannie Lineber- ger. All seemed to have a pleasant time. Mr Porter and family are vis- iting Mrs. Lea. No sickness to report this week which we are thankful for. V tOLBT. From League- The fa...

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

i * .v. '¡f •. • .*!* .♦ « • j t ■ | Many s s Thanks! ..« • i it i. - i 1 1 ■ % .'Í 5 4' 1 We must say that we are very agreeably surprised at the many who have responded to our call for correspondants in the different communities of the county, and we wish to ex- tend our many thanks for their appreciations of The NEWS and their support. There are several communities in which we have repre- sentatives who have not yet written us, then there are a few places yet, unrepresented. If you do not see the news from your neighbor- hood, write us yourself. We wish to impress upon our friends the importance of writing Here is trusting- that we will week. have more writers, on our Reportorial Staff, next week. / •I iff I! I I i f f|V 1 ? i I J ! 4*1 ' '(9 IV *• It , "}•" ' l . •• ,„• —..... Semmmrn tJWtl. f *• WW }) «' «K n T ' i THE 'KNOX COUNTY NEWS Established October 1904. Published very Friday. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF KNOX CITY AND KNOX COUNTY E B.ATTERBÜRY JOE FOX - Business Manager: Editor. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 1 October 1909

mum THE if 3Y MARY ROBERTS ¡UNÁ JLLUSTfífrom BY 7?Ay tyh/rmfikfr cofirxicftr ix>a oy m aoo&s-HenmiCcottMMv CHAPTER I. story nau fiua no interest tor me. — ! 1 cleared Halsey and Gertrude I Take a Country House. aTVRy to a house party, and moved out This is the story of how a middle- ¡ to Sunnyside the first of May. aged spinster lost her mind, deserted ^,3t night passed quietly her domestic gods in the city, took ' onough. I have always been groteful a furnished house for the summer out ¡ '()r that 0110 night's peace: it shows of (own, and found herself involved in i what the country mjght be under fa- one of those mysterious crimes that 1 vorable circumstances. Never after keep our newspapers and detective ; that. night did I put my head on my agencies happy and prosperous. Por pillow with any assurance how Ions 20 years 1 had been perfectly corn- w.ou'fi bp ^bere: or on my shoulders fortable; for 20 years I had had .the jthfit niatier window-boxes filled In the spring, the ...

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

I i t K;. W- I .*í' 'I" É I i# (¡g^ ; % 11 i 'ñ I 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 business man should take this much interest in the town. Think about it. Commercial Meets Every Tuesday Afternoon. GENERAL DIRECTORY netfiodist Church. i Rev. M. S, Leveridge, Pastor. Services first and thirtJ Sun- days, morning and evening. Sunday School io a.m. every Sunday. Christian Church. Rev. Wright, Pastor. Services and and 4th Snndays morning and evening. Sun- School every Sunday at 10 o'clock. I. O. O. F. Meets every Friday night. * 1 Dr. Ira J. Culver, N. G. Geo. T. Petty, Sec. Rebeccas, Meets every Tuesday night. Mrs. E. C. Couch, N. <*. Alice Mcbaúv, Sec. Central Baptist Chur...

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

Hi WS | Wheat Sowing Time Now! II ;• ■ : "i ■« Remember we have W Grain Drills, Disc Seeders, and Hkrrows, Gang and Sulky Plows. Moline, Ft. Smith and Studebaker Wagons to move this Great Cotton crop. A purchase at our store is money for you. $ est Texas Supply Co. m L-* - i ,h ■4 \ •*-- HISTORY OF THE APOSTLES Showing what be- cameofthem. 1. Matthew is supposed to have suffered martyrdom or was slain with the sword at the city of Ethiopia. 2. Mark was dragged through the streets of Alex- ander,in Egypt,till he expired. 3. Luke was hanged upon an olive tree in Greece. 4. John was put in a caul- dron of boiling oil at Rome but escaped death. He afterwards died a natural death at Ephe- sus in Asia. 5. James the great, was be- headed at Jerusalem. 6. James the less, was thrown from a pinnacle or wing of the temple and then beaten tó death witha fuller's club. 7f Phillip, was hanged up against a pillar at Hieropolis, ¿city of Phrygia. 8. Bartholomew was flayed alive by the command of a ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 1 October 1909

. muí SKI | Mi i I r;' -V 4' w: fí L 19 •rJ! «I f : ¡L ir- ► ••••• •4 ■ /•'(!« V *?£••• *1 —.—igp—w —.If — £¡¿: Sií ¥¿¿i: S® íV: &¿i &¡¡i ;%• Ir ?a ts «•.* !•>-. It i ■R4 J !>.e«¿ FOR FARM LANDS i a Í4Í i M" ?A ."41 Or The 09 2tw ÍV¿ 3li« «ss :•% :*v?; ?$£ !w: fc?:¿ r«í: W. n. Sandifer Land Co Townsite Agents. V i*v $íS m • • • • rT32- OI . Texas Banks Washington. Sept. 28.—The Consolidated statement of -.iN9 National banks in Texas, exclu- sive of the banks in the six re- serve cities, at the close of busi- ness on Sept. 1, shows loans and discounts amounting to $103,203- 195, lawful reserve money in the banks $8,621,98-1, aggregate re- sources $176,563,445 and individ- ual deposits $96,049,067. The average percentage of legal re- serve to deposits was 18:96 This statement represents an increase oveT the statement of June 23 of $5,585,836 in loans and discounts and an increase of $2,540,747 in individual deposits. The increase in aggregate re- sources is $901,088. i-....

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