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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 15 October 1909

-V" - f?' •■ *; -TT/"' THE KNOX COUNT/ NEWS. WK KACH THE PKOPIJO, ,\M) OITit 3IOTlX> IS: 'ifNOX CITY' FIliST, TICK WORLD AFTKliW Ali VOL. 5. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1909. NO. '19. MEMORABLE EVENT, KNOX CITY PAIR, NOVEMBER 3-4-5, 1000! 'U S*kfT*9 F-2'■ fí) *>. •'-vs.. • « Ü-* S ■' :•/ ^ ■'&' '¿S? '-uS '¿T *¿S?'. jr. ,<iP, .¿p* ^y* jr. ^y. ,<r. ¿gt?. j/r. «0 *; ^E#>;¡¡Júi6¡>¿MB* Jjos«*t<>-*i*> .an® w— - ¿r Xt,- ^ ^^ "hk* ^ ^ ^ ^ MUI 191 cits ;i -/'.Aiiii m ¿a O?i-i >)\¡1 f-i Tha Good Condition oí t!¡s Country Cees to Mako This a Success. sVV ""V^ . ' $ ■ i-'-i;?:, I i i .A NOVEMBER lL \ W Faimers' State Bank ti w | Buüfüngs on OíiiüSí oí Main ▼1 and Central Avenue Sold to John L Wood. 3 EXCfiHNuf. Liltiu im SAME Thousands of People Are Anxious and Waiting For an Opportunity to See Knox City Ceuntry One of the greatest events in the history of Knox City is to be the Knox City Fair to be held on the 3th, 4th and 5th of the nex...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 15 October 1909

v mi ■A *• f* 0 win jwiii ijft (fc> • SI t J I? i Sr- 1 m CJtliN II a I i let ho list Church. ] ¡lev. . S l.r-vt ri«l¿; ■. Pa«tor. Services first ami third Sun il:iy>. morning and evening. Sunday School io a.m. every Sunday Centra! Baptist Church, j Kev. \Y C. Gavret. Pastor. Servio y .'¡i 1 ¿nui 4'h Sundays morning arid e^eninu. Sun- day School every Sunday. Presbyterian Church. Rev. ií. M. Su ith. Pastor. Services ever;. 4th Sunday, Morning and Evening. First Baptist Church. Rev. R. B. Key, Pastor. Service* ist 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 DENTIST Pe manently Located Office above Farmers' Bank. John H. Brice Physictan and Surgeon ! KCn&O Surgeon Office over Farmers Siaie Bank PHONE 76; RFSIDENGE 55 N. R. Morgan A TTORNEY- A T-LA W NOTARY PUHLIO AND LAND AGENT Special Uortior. to collecting, con...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 15 October 1909

'.■Avvmvm.'vfcí.-. ■ ww.> 'vw-lwx ni i MirnTUi .vu uu*jk. .<a«••*. 1111 ■>—i 1 11 . %*« icaVAuü ..'..^.4,. ^fw.' n-r- -- t t .**«««** / n c-> -.nw w* ■•„ •. • aucvuv mauc K*artuw« *..-' <H*mn' ■ <■ 1— -• MRXMB«LEm.'nv«MWM Wheat Time Now! ill líi Remember we have your Grain Drills, Disc Seeders, and Harrows, 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.-.-* ■ tr.rr.i lí .v#rv .su-.-v.-'Wi.'. ••TH .u.rvj-j,.- Over the State An elegant suburban home valued at .$15,000 belonging to John W. Russell was burned at Bonluun 011 last Friday. Insur- ance $0,400. The life insurance men from over the country met in Louis- ville Kentucky on last Friday. Early Friday morning lire in a brick building on Jefferson street Nashville almost wiped out one family of live persons. Snow fell in the northwestern part of the state last Friday and six inches of snow was reported between Texline and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 15 October 1909

« f> *<#r ^¡M ¡ I ■ r. t- 1 Fffl '#vx *K V • ■ . v 1 ?T.¡- :¡> >, • H'" : wBI f , V ¡HE KNOX COUNTY NEWS Menagerie Is E^aWslud October ¡904, Published Every Friday; ♦ , . /* >#-• é ' * M < • ' Oí i vvr air Ax\"l> nxox cou:aT E B.ATTERBURY - JOE FOX - - Business Manager. Editor. Subscription rates. One Year Six Months Cash in Advance. Entered at the Postoffice at Knox City, Texas, as second ciass mail matter. Advertising Rates. Four Issues One Month Display ads, per inch, each insertion roc No ad for less than 4 inches, Locals, per line, each insertion óc No local for less than 25c Friday, October 15, 1909. Farmers, raise more hogs. It means dollars, and dollars mean independence to you. Diversified methods are the life of any undertaking. Monot- ony destroys the resource and progressiveness of man. Don't forget that Knox City pays more for cotton and sells goods cheaper than any town in Central West Texas. It is said that the growing of fruit tends to lessen the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 15 October 1909

THE 5TA1RCAS By MARY ROBERTS iWVJ& iLLLtiTmmm BY 7?Ay * COflYMC/fr /903 BY T/rtGOBBJ-MERRILLCOrtPANV y 8YNOP8I8. "Please try to be more explicit," he said. "You say your nephew and Mr. Bailey were in the house last night, summer headquarters at 'Sunny- and yet you and your niece, with some side. Amidst numerous difficulties the ! women servants, found the body. Servants diverted. As Miss Innes locked Where CHAPTER I.—Miss Innes. spinster and fruardian of Gertrude and Halsey, estab- lehed up for thi: night, she was startled by dark figure on the veranda. . CHAPTER II.—She passed a terrible night, which was filled with unseemly noises. In the morning Miss Innes found a strange link cuff button i/i a clothes hamoer. CHAPTER III.—Gertrude and Halsey fcrrivefl v/ith ,Ta< k T'.>y!J< y. The house was ftT t.L' \*:'l by n i •*.•©!, cr shot. A strange man was found shot to death, In the hall. ¡ CHAPTER IV.—It proved to be the ody of Arnold Armstrong, whose bank- er father owned t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 15 October 1909

■\ * - "iJ- > k.. - " . *• • A V, ■ "V. % " * % ' *• r~ r. T^TV •u' • ' Hy%' jkt''<9* ^'JUr Jl«#lPJfclll,Pi,i • X I • • . > • \ ■ * * * Hi. I ' \ I' lr ? I HI irl í I « f M T iwwwawtwwi itf >.i—t.wmiiiMi We <«K Are Talking To k: OUl If you will READ this add, CUT IT OUT and bring to our store, we will give you TEN CENTS off on your first dollars worth ot goods bought in our Dry Goods inairanWiZ iMMBBOiiaaBHBHHBa 4 Our SCHWABS lin c ot tine tailored clothes are on display and we want you to have a look. Our Milliner is at your services at all times if you want a hat Designed and Trimmed. Remember our PREMIUM a FIRELESS COOKER on Demonstration every Friday at 3 o'clock. * FL/ Groceries ^jBWttnwwptrHM* iuwwTBWiiMrwi iiiii «&r-y nr Tr^jrr-j' irxr?" ■. MMM I ■ MNÜ Local Happenings oe J. R. Awery and family left{ Mr Pullig madeabusiness trip for Northwest Ark where he will make his future home. The Knox City Milling Co will buy your KaiTia Corn, Corn and Milo Maize at m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 15 October 1909

m ¡i '$ ff \zw§ m i •JH9K -<-?> !';i i ; \ p ff ii: jt I ■! %4. • v. * ' I .1 '' ■ - A \«r V v;.\ 1UA T Í *i 9 I I I 1 \/ is -' I £ I in M HI | 1 ,v| Í T $ £ ,*5 41 •i #•' A /V •, v' ,<v n '' ' M la>. •i1 59 IV -• «U v Mir. T^nwui a M1AV 'JAI ' v • *>« l j¡ I i I K ¡I Í ft "Great Oaks from Little Acorn Grow.'" We are young1 but We'll grow oüder. Since opening up business in Knox City, during these few months, our trade has been steadily increasing, making it necessary for us to enlarge our stock, and we have done this by !] buying and placing on the market a *-3' *-uw-imrji Fifteen Thousand Dollar Stock of General Merchandise, which will be offered to the pub- lic at actual cost. This stock consists of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes.Hats,Notions,etc.,and a full and complete stock of Groceries. With os there are no "unimportant" transactions; no "beneath our notice" details. We have the Goods, Good Goods, Goods that will please every one, and it is important to us that you...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 15 October 1909

^ M % •«# + % % • • k ♦ * % • J <S> i if £ ■& r i •i S V 1 ñ n til 1 1 • r.Mii ■ +• I l ■ . J* i '■• . "i-JT-i #" ->iUI s- • .% i r ♦...•rtU 4 ' • • • • • •.I •• •v§ :<$•-• !$?£ ft?# • i' •• :«•! • « • • • • •'* • • • • • • • •*w $:¿ :*v?; :W? &«* ' ¥« '** *2#5 ¿jS^SáilK .rfeiStó -tí?;:;?£•• • •.•*—%♦!:!•%•:;%%•:;!¿*.:;te¿::■ -•«••• •■*•'•• ■•■ - •*-•••• • -•'••• -• -•• ••*•• ••• ■ KNOX CITY Advantages Posesses More Than Any Other Town on the Orient. v Being aware of this fact 1 am sparing neither time nor money in advertising the town and county. I spend more money in 5 . ° _ IT ., .« ... , I ' ?* 1 —.1 ^-3 F! .* r *-•% ■* -rt tHS "ft-". " "vt" íl- Tí H-"N IfR Tí-""! T1 T -J^V <£- ^;-*V j"i I'iT. *ri f, .TTi :.W • Vlt' &Í. :£?>: advertising' Knox City and Knox County than any other man, #i .nr/,- v 1 ¡C& B A '5 *3# •15? $ si ■ •#V"? ••*••• • • • • • • vv i. >• • ••v •• • • • • • • A'* *" • •• ••• :w¿ It is that I am in close touch with the buyer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 22 October 1909

P! fe THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS WE REACH THE PEOPLE, AND OUR MOTTO IN: "KNOX OCT7Y FIIIHT, XIIE WORLD AFTKHWAHI>" VOL. 5. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22,19*9. NO. 40. BIQ RAIN FELL OVERFAHOUS KNOX PRAIRIE HONDAY HORNING FAIR IS PUT OFF On Account of Having Many New Improvements Made On Fair Grounds The big Campbell Brothers Show was an occasion which brought many Benjamin people to our city. Among them were Misses Dora Thomas, Blanche Alexander, Gertrude Sams, Lot- tie Browder, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sams. URGE PAVILION TO OE BUILT And Preparations Are Being Made to Have a Very Extensive Fair Next Year. 6reat Showing Then. Miss Jaunita Burnett of Ben- jamin was in the city last Tues- day evening, the date of the big show. ¡¡¡¡In last weeks issue of the News we stated in an article on the front page that Knox City would have a fair soon. Since our publication date we have learned that this fair has been put off on account of not having sufficient time to make the in- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 22 October 1909

mr ' H\ fe rll 115 w iii I ■ I I > < ■511 % 1, it r mil I r if K ■ I it W atch word Quality ■ Our constant aim and effort is to carry only the latest and best styles in M^n's and Boy's wearing ap- parel that can be found on the market... A New and Complete Stock Of Men's high grade tailored clothing, Boy's clothing, Furnishings, Hats, Caps and Shoes, convenient- ly arranged, so that you can save both time and money by trading with us. We pay the Spot Cash for our goods, taking advantage of all discounts, and consequently make lower prices than you get elsewhere. Ladies' and Mens' Shoes We have added to our large stock ol Nen's and Boy's Shoes a complete line of Ladies' and Children's Shoes, which we are offering at the very lowest CASH prices. We invite you to call and see them. a We Satisfy Our Customers or Your Money Back McCarty Brothers EIGHBORHOOD NEWS Happenings of Interest Gathered for the "Benefit of Our "Readers Cliff Clippings. Knox County News :- Well, Mr. Editor, I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 22 October 1909

t- TU J1 m o ® T° R7 $ Wheat bowing lime IN owl Remember we have your Grain Drills, Disc Seeders, and Harrows, 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. West Texas Supply Co. The Circular Staircase Br * Mary Roberts Rlnehart Illustrations by Ray Walters (Copyright, 1008, by Bobbs-Mcrrill Co.) SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER I.—Miss Innes, spinster and fruardi&n of Gertrude and Halsey, estab- lished summer headquarters at Sunny- ■ide. Amidst numerous difficulties the servants deserted. As Miss Innes locked up for the night, she was startled by a dark figure on the veranda. CHAPTER II.—She passed a terrible night, which was filled with unseemly noised. In the morning Miss Innes found a strange link cuff button in a clothes hamoer. CHAPTER III.—Gertrude and Halsey fcrrived with Jack Bailey. The house was awakened by a revolver shot. A strange man was found shot to death, in the hall. CHAPTER IV.—It prov...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 22 October 1909

<k 1 Ir II! I •fi i ÍI I 111 II ■ If III'- mm- ft J *m j( I I r I If i a ... i DIRECTOPV Hethodist Church. Rev. M. S. Leveridge, Pastor. Services first and third Sun- days, morning and evening. Sunday School 10 a.m. every Sunday. Central Baptise Church. Kev. W. C. Garret, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4th 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. I. O. O. F. Meets every Friday night. Dr, Ira J. Culver, N. G. Geo. T. Petty, ... Sec. C. E. BAILEY DENTIST Permanently Located Office above Farmers' Bank. w. o. w. Meets 1st and 3rd Saturday. B. F. Sawyer, Con. Com. Dr. I. M. Wilson, Clerk, Presbyterian Church. Rev. H. M. Smith, Pastor. Services every 4th Sunday, Morning and Evening. John H. Brice Physician and Surgeon KCn&O Surgeon Office over Farmers State Bank PHONE 76; RFSIDENCE 55 Hasonic Lodge. A. F. & A. M. meets Satur- day on or bef...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 22 October 1909

f¡j i 'H''Á Not Hot "Great Oaks from Little Acorn Grow." We are young but We'll grow older. Since opening up business in Knox City, during these few months, our trade has been steadily increasing, making it necessary for us to enlarge our stock, and we have done this by buying and placing on the market a Fifteen Thousand Dollar Stock of General Merchandise, which will be offered to the pub- lic at actual cost. This stock consists of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes,Hats,Notions,etc.,and a full and co¡mplete stock of Groceries. With us there are no "unimportant" transactions; no "beneath our notice]' details. We have the Gouds, Good Goods, Goods that will please every one, and it is important to us that you get the fullest satisfaction for every dollar. Sale Opened 9 a. m. Friday, Oct. 22nd Come to Our Store, inspect our goods, get our pricce and you will buy. Shoes Ladies regular $3.50 sell in sale at $1.75 values 2.00 values 1.25 values $2.75 1.40 1.55 .75 Mens She es. $5.00 value 4.50 v...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 22 October 1909

|*fc. «f •* s j {; i h ■ 1 . Ill Jj| I if I ' • HI I' Hs11 I 1 ■ a ; 1 i N Iff i I < • • mt if \ i 1 ASK TO SEE THE WA NOT TO RIP CUT HION THE WAIST Men's Pants ir*m «1 ^ £^l 9 _ 1 ailored ouits The Famous CURLEE Pants, guaranteed not to rip, sewed with pure linen thread, a pant worth $3 to $3.50 at $2.59. The Great CURLEE Special, best pant in the world at $5-°° SCHWABS Fine Tailored Suits, guaranteed to stand up in every respect and give satisfaction in material and workmanship. A lull run of "sizes and patterns to select from. PRICES tQ suit all. $10.00 $12.50 $16.50 $20.00 $15.00 Remember our premium of a fireless cooker, ask about it and come to the demonstration in fireless cooking Friday at 3 o'clock! Dry Goods and Groceries Local Happenings ings good iner- Would con- $10,000 worth of chandise for sale. sider good farm in part payment. Best crops in Texas. Address the Knox Oounty News. tf. I now have a first class work- man in my shop and am better prepared to turn your wo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 22 October 1909

Our New Premium Offer The more you spend Here is Good News For You. With US the more you We have had a great many requests from our customer* to furnish them with a Water or gave Lemonade Pitcher to match the "BANQUET" Initial Tumblers we have been giving away. We have succeeded in securing a beauty and we have contracted with the manufacturers for as many as we con use of them. Beautiful "Banquet" Water or Lemonade Pitcher. These pitchers are full size for table use and hold about one half gallon. They are the same high quality as the "Banquet" Initial Tumblers we have been giving you ; made of the finest quality sparkling crystal, lead blown glass, fire polished and ring clear as a bell. Etched like il- lustration above WITH YOUR OWN INITIAL AND WREATII and we are giving them away to our customers ABSOLUTELY FREE as a special inducement for you to increase your trading with us. Here is Our Offer Procure a "BANQUET" Initial Pitcher Punch Card from us, and every time you make a cash...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 22 October 1909

J I S' I Í £ I & ■ •www iV • • m -w - . w.w. vaw.v* «* v.w* W* • ■ * t w.w f ^ Vi* w w • *t V|V« W W.ww •• w.w «• — — ~ KNOX CITY Posesses More Natural Advantages Than Any Other Town on the Orient. áSi •< ¿£1J Being aware of this fact I am sparing neither time nor money in advertising the town and county. I spend more money in advertising Knox City and Knox County than any other man. • «V • • m :«S£ti What is the Result? flíé! m m ?•& itót; Mr- L i!J Si SM • • ••• ••;r; Sfri •'.Vi AW • aV9* It is that I am in close touch with the buyers and am in a bet- ter position to sell land than anyone. If you want to Sell List your land with me. REMEMBER! The big Lot Sale that is now on! Why not make some Pró= gress in life and get you a home? Stop Paying Rent! W. M. Sandifer Land Co. f •# M • • • £* •*i>« • • • * • it-:?- •AW $1 • • • * * •u>« • t*.V •• T'ji v«; • • • «T • •• ••• • • • •is?; Benedict Bros. Build Heme W. H. and 0. A. Benedict, old time residents of this coun- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 29 October 1909

THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. TUX* PEOPLE, AND C^UIt MOTTO IMi KNOX CITY FIRSTi THE WOULD AFTKKWAHI>" VOL. 5. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1909. NO. 41' KNOX CITY IS PAYING AROUND FIFTEEN CENTS FOR COTTON! MELON JO TAFT Famous Knox County Water- melon Given to Tatt While at Dallas WEIGHS 60 OR 70 POUNDS Presented by the Committee Representing Knox County Exhibit at the Dallas State Fair A mammoth Knox County wat- ermelon was given to President Taft Sat. night by a committee representing Knox County. The melon was exhibited at the Tex- as State Fair. Saturday it was turned over to Secretary Bab- cock of the Chamber of Com- merce, who saw that it was placed on the President's car with the following letter: # "Dallas, Tex., Oct. 23,1909.— Hon William H. Taft, President, United States: Dear Sir-On behalf of Knox County, Texas, the undersigned representatives of the Knox County exhibit at the Texas State Fair desire to present to you a "Georgia Rat- tlesnake' watermelon ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 29 October 1909

J' '> t VuSHt < ASK TOSS THE tee WAR NOT TO RIP 5EWED W,TH SHOE THREAD nlnftiH Men's Pants and Tailored Suits The Famous CURLEE Pants, guaranteed riot to rip, sewed with ' pure linen thread, a pant worth $3 to $3.50 at $2.50 The Great CURLEEJ Special, best pant in the world at $5.00 SCHWABS Fine Tailored Suits,'guaranteed to stand up in every respect and give satisfaction in material and workmanship. A full run of sizes and patterns to select from. PRICES to suit all. SI 0,00 $10.50 $12.50 $20.00 $15.00 cur HIGH IN THE ¥flU3T, 0 <*k Remember our premium of a fireless cooker, ask about it and come to the demonstration in fireless cooking Friday at 3 o'clock! I Dry Goods and Groceries Local Happenings Charlie Williams returned fron1 a trip to St. Louis Tuesday. J. O. Smallin visited the Dal- las Fair this week. Lem James is in Kansas City this week. D. V. Wheeler and family have been attending the fair. A. C. Scaief of San Antonio was in the citv Monda v. J. M. Lanier of Amar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 29 October 1909

mium Offer The more you spend with us the more you save .Here is Good News For You. *>.< We have had a great many requests from our customers to furnish them with a Water or Lemonade Pitcher to match the "BANQUET" Initial Tumblers we have been giving away. We have succeeded in securing a beauty and we have contracted with the manufacturers for as many as we con use of them. Beautiful "Banquet" Water or Lemonade Pitcher. These pitchers are full size for table use and hold about one half gallon. They arc the same high quality as the "Banquet" Initial Tumblers we have been giving you ; made of the finest quality sparkling crystal, lead blown glass, fire polished and ring clear as a bell. Etched like il- lustration above WITH YOUR OWN INITIAL AND WREATH und we are giving them away to our customers ABSOLUTELY FREE as a special inducement for you to increase your trading with us. Here is Our Offer Procure a "BANQUET" Initial Pitcher Punch ('ard from us, and every time you nwkc a cas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 29 October 1909

m !«• Ill III GENERAL DIRECTOPV m- Hethodist Church. Kev. M, S. Leveridore, Pastor. Services first and third Jsun- duys, morning and evening. Sunday School 10 a.m. every Sunday M i ! Christian Church. Rev. VVmht, Pastor. # Serviced 2nd and 4th Snndays morning and evening, feun- Schooi every Sunday at 10 o'clock. Central Baptise Church. Kev. W C. Garret, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4th Sundays morning 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. 13. Ke^', Pastor. \ Services ist ami 3rd Sundays morning and evening. Sun- day School every Sunday. C. E. BAILEY DENTIST Pe manently Located Office above Farmers' Bank. 1 John H. Brice Physician and Surgeon K C H & O Surgeon Office over Farmers State Bank PHONE 76; RFSIOENGE 55 I O. O. F. Meets every Friday ni^ht. Dr. Ira J. Culver, N. G. Geo. T. Petty, Sec. w. o. w. Meets 1st an<J 3rd Saturday. B. F. Sawyer, Con. Com...

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