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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 29 October 1909

jtiC- CIRCULARÉ jW- , BY MARY ROBERTS RIME* iLLUsrmwm by < •• i 7?Ay HÁ/nsnjf. v coPr/vcnr tsoa ay r/r¿aoa&s-Meftmucompany synopsis. CHAPTER I.—Miss Innes, spinster and guardian of Gertrude and Haisey, estab- lished summer headquarters at Sunny- side. Am'.dst numerous difficulties the servants deserted. As Miss Innes lool;ed 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 words imply? Do you know that you are practically accusing Gertrude Innes of admitting that'man?" "Not quite that." he said with his friendly smile. "In fact, Miss Innes, I am quite certain she did not. Hut as long as I learn only parts of the truth, from both-you and her, what X& ! cfn 1 d°? 1 * ow >™ picked up .orne- thing in the flower bed; you refuse to tell me what it was. I know Mies a strange link cuff button in a clothes hamper. CHAPTER III.—Gertrude and Halsev arrived with Jack Bailey. The house was awakened by...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 29 October 1909

V £.'J f!( II i • m ii': HH 11 vi i I ■ =±SS • . ;:.vskx-ty ¿ Quality Our constant aim and effort is to carry only the latest and best styles in Men's and Boy's wearing ap parel that can be found on the market... f • ' • 0 \ 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. "'•v. ' k- \ J , , V' ' ■ s Ladies' and Mens Shoes We have added to our large stock of 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. r * ' We Satisfy Our Customers or Your Money Back I!! Ill L «mrxT - IMI J Huaj nmrsr :v*¡*ri a i- hi i i ■ ■ i Urn EIGHBORHOOD NEWS Happtnináj of Inltrtjt Gathered for thm \ Bixifit of Our "Kta...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 29 October 1909

Wheat Sowing Time Now! I - r 1 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 foi* you. West Texas Supply Co. Gin Reoort On Cotton Washington, Oct. 25.—The census bureau today issued a re- port showing 5,525,591 bales, counting round as half bales, had been ginned from the growth of 1909 to Oct. 18, as compared with 6,296,106 fof 1908, 4,420,258 for 1907 and 4,981,621 for 1906. The report showed 227,645 bales had been ginned in Arkansas, compared with 847,468; 144,073 in Louisiana, compared with 207- 992; 893,414 in Mississippi, com- pared witli 621,899; 329,705 in Oklahoma, compared with 132,- 556; 1,672,812 in Texas, compar- ed with 2,047,796. In selling Maize & Kaffir Corn. your maize and kaffir corn don't fail to see us we need a few cars and can pay the top prices for same. Also have a few bushels of seed wheat and oats left. 4t-pd, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 29 October 1909

• * •* é * p > ■ .# I f ' tí ém ir, f' ií í Jt i l' f. íiIM1' ' H í Jap Prince Is Assasinated Tokio, Oct. 25.—News lias just been received here that Prince Ito, the famous Japanese .ijtaftesman, has been assassinated by a Korean at Harbin. The fateful news was received in Tokio at 8 o'clock this after- noon. The dispatch contained only the brief announcement that Prince Ito had been^assass inated. Tue news lias caused great grief and consternation. Prince Hirobumi Ito was per- haps the greatest statesman of New Japan. The achievements with which his name has been chiefly associated in the minds of occidentals was the framing of the imperial constitution, by virtue of which Japan took her place for the first time in the rank of modern civilized ,states. As the emperor's trusted advi- sor and the medium through which the state was placed on a constitutional base, he must be regarded as one of the positive factors that helped to win for Japan her present standing among nations. He w...

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

V .*• r\ r«-v V* *' « /-x / * vv .. , ,.*v / /* THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. WJÜ REACH THE PEOPLE, AND OUR MOTTO IHi i 'i KNOX CITY FIRST, THE WOULD AFXEBWARO" ii n NO. 42. VOL. 5. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1909. KNOX CITY PUBLIC SCHOOL WILL START MONDAY MORNING! " M - SPECIAL EDITION! C. C. Gargill To Establish A Dairy Here Oí the Knox County News Will Be Issued on the 26th of This Month 32-PA6E ILLUSTRATED ISSUE Several Thousand of These Papers Will Be Printed and Scattered Profusely Over the Country. On the 26th of this month, same being the last publicatiun date in this month, the Knox County News will be issued in the form of a mammoth 32-page special illustrated edition. It will be the object of this edition to thoroughly portray to the outside world the great in- dustrial improvement that has developed within our little city and surrounding territory—to giye to the homeseeker a definite idea of the many advantages and opportunities offered on the famous Knox...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 5 November 1909

White Goods On Monday we will put on sale our famous Imperial Brand of ladies muslin underware at prices that, will interest the most careful buyer. ^ —_—^— Corset Covers from 23c up. Night Gowns from 41c up. Under Shirts from 48c up. Don't fail to lay in your supply of cotton staple goods before the advance takes effect. Our groceries are fresh and stock complete. Don't overlook this department. ■.mmvi e<-r.x*ct-zr\ \ . ■ •i--; vis.wm««Mis :nr -.v i •i" -y-n—M rwmiina I' 1 Ml Pil . 11 a *3 f"fl ry fa m i *U'J ' -tj 4j "WffJ #l?i -^1 é/ fi' É v ;U2 A^V ^ ,$V© j:, - • - jyt Vii j/J Ü , v"v. <•?."? ' . '•**. . ( .".^w l\ ■ ■i-., *! ?! s L n\ j i > '.*?inc!r*vcTT""" • ■ r'"T j|Muia**wrr.w«Miu,*ss.Rsn.ffB*i « ' nim iwin m , •>* «*«« t. JUBS.V • -t •' 'lí.iiawiiii'ÉiWtBMMMBBMJWWMRaaaKBcw¿mrArac-asH/.t-w ;^ rr.«- •-.T."1 -V* V ••• •• • f****"-rmm^nim^-rrmrnt.mjva:w.>L.\xjr;kj>wxnarX3;:u±ti.urx¿. nw"-v..r^.' "W wi? ,rr?\Tn;q-T-uCT.'.-n-gr>-r-. ■•*•"«tir vuw.««s^ay.tttt...

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

•raa STÜRG1S0 BY MARY ROBERTS RINEHART j jLLUsmmom BY A 1 li ^ i V, fOPY/VCHT woa 7?Ay HÚ/ns/zy rr /voa gy t//Foob&s~/ieí MERRILL COMPANY SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER I.—Miss Innes, spinster and guardian of Gertrude and Halsey, estab- lished summer headquurtfTf! fU ñimny- sldo. Amidst numerous «Jiiti'-ultics the servants deserted. As Miss lunes looked up for the nlprht, she wns startled by a áark tlgure on the veranda.. CHAPTER II.—She passed a terrible night, which was tilled with unseemly noises. In the morning Miss Innes found a strange Unit cuff button in a clothes hamner. CHAPTER III.—Gertrude and Halsey arrived 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 proved to be the body of Arnold Armstrong, whose bank- er father owned the country house. Miss Innes found Halsey's revolver on the lawn. He and Jack Bailey had disap- peared. The link cuff button mysterious- ly disappeared. CHAPTER V.—Detective Jamie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 5 November 1909

uality is Our Watchword \ Oqr constant aim and effort is to carry only the latest and b$st styles ifi Men s and Boys \vearnt£ ap , parel that can be found on the market... A New and Complete Stock Of Men's high grade tailored clothing, Boys' 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 Men's Shoes We have added to our large stock of Nen's and Boys' 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. / We Satisfy Our Customers or Your Money Back McCarty Brothers THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS Esiaiiiished October 1904. Published every Friday. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF KNOX OITY AND KNOX COUNTY E. B. ATTERBURY - Business Manager. JOE FOX - Editor. Subscription rates. Cash in Advanc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 5 November 1909

t-> k. « - br- • . ®' **■ «QMS I / / i / / •• • /i .. Mercantile 1 ¡ •J H H ^ J 3 I Dealers in up-to-date rierchandise, ¿ olicit a share of your valued pa- tronage. We will appre- ciate it. 3 V Money Back If Not Satísñed pi ¿í irnvf " ¡rriTMMi'Ti ..*.+u±*x*a a .%. immmmr- jnawmv+u. i. iuimux^r, i*n jt¿r.. *• j**. iti •. r. m.*•■.ib -■ • u For a few days longer we will continue to give out cares for the Premium Initial Tumblers and Pitchers. If you have not gotten a complete set, come in and get a card at once. This offer is good for a few days only. Knox City Mercantile Co. Our Store is the People's Store* The busy big Store you hear so much about. The Store where your Dollars Go Farthest Knox City, m iexas

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 5 November 1909

■ -\! • , '-4*fjíil' flethodist Church. Kev. >1. S. Leveridge, Pastor. Services first and third Sun- days, morning and evening. Sunday School io a.m. every Sunday. Central Baptist Church. iiev. 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. B. Key, Pastor. Services ist and 3rd Sundays morninu: 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 Permanently Located Office above Farmers' Bank. John !i. Brice Physician and Surgeon KCH&O Surgeon Office over Farmers State Bank PHONE 76; RFSIDENGE 55 Dr. F. E. Stone Office at Orient Drug Store Phones Office 48 Residence 89 • 1. 0. 0. F. Meets every Friday ni^ht. Dr. Ira J. Culver, N. G. Geo. T. Petty, Sec. w. 0. w. M...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 5 November 1909

vír '/T* ' -4«'I#., f -vr; *vr*;> /£' '•-/V * ... fgr p- * i ime Mow! 51 á f. t CP (b :> < 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. fbse* ©*%> %vM> w tm&> m . $ P i P—'—aato—it aiJwnw!Mfnt:i'.wwtagjigr; /ranrnrr ? m .... - r M nmt—— mh—[■ —nu^^.y'rirr -■«Ta¿WMrr*3 . *.■ -v.:-/* . -T-^w^r/r-ZOTw^anstrrT, n x-~ <- 'is - — ' .«-in-.-. .. «• .uaui—: • ¿uuw.fc-ua .■ .MJT3iMUBanS'4 :*vr- ji/ti- • • -a- - - {to.'," • irwsr.M —rnrwrjuumwan:'. -v.- • vr.~r ai-j • .• *.* •< .\ru-« - ,• ..•• iT*a;MaMnr j ... . • • „ ...W . I^U . a ..... t A <■ "snunx'r.:«.rjirvi crvt-Tt ■ ret ZKKCxnuannrtraic " tfWuairr L-r..t~nm r.-.r- yai et/vt*-íTFmwrr ¡• acmj.. : .««utucVUJ. . rstuu —-trr.'rrwwjj.' ,- • m -v*, /:.-rr*i?«nni*rjrri.-jc*an.irr.^"wnnHMnik. to*•? •. ■tr'.%rr*xmjs*i r-.r w.r;i-vir '■' iv-.tj -nrv «*••-.— ■„ .v...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 5 November 1909

. ,v# 1 4 1 I : i $ • i i. h1 1 ' K. C. M. & e. TIME TABLE. West Bound. No. 1 Daily Ex. 1:8Ü a. m. No. 5 Daily Local 2:45 p. ni. No. 17 Da local Fgt 4 30 a. m. East Bound. No. 2 Daily Ex. 2:17 a. in. No. 6 DaílyJLocal 1:45 p. m. I Jio 16 Da local Fgt 11:20 a. m. Through tickets to Ft. Worth $6.80. ^ Mail Service North bound leaves post office at 1:15 p. in. South bou ml leaves post office at 2:15 p. in. Rural Service Route one leaves at :U0 a. m. atul arrives at 4:00 p. in. Route two leaves at 0:00 a. in. and arrives at 12:15. Money To Loan! On farms and pastures. Se- curity and title satisfactory, money at once. Payments made to suit borrower. Call or write me. R. D. Bell tf. Benjamin, Texas. Maize & Kaffir Corn. In selling your maize and kaffir corn don't fail to see us we need a few cars and can pay the W top prices for same. Also have a few bushels of seed wheat and oats left. - 4t-pd. S. Edwards. ÜfísSesSr ¡gáwsgssPM&g: sewat* NOTICE! No hunting allowed on the old B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 12 November 1909

1 . «v. « «'—t.— /j ' ■I 4U« ,,•••# ^ /v V # trji ' WE BEACH THE PEOPLE, AND OUR MOTTO IS: VOL. 6. KNOX CITY, KNOX COD NT*, i'EXA ■ i ^ ttoVUMBUR 12, * "KNOX CITY MUST. I'HE WOULD Al'TEItWARD" NO. 13. A NEW RAILROAD WILL CROSS THE ORIENT AT KNOX CITY! W RAILROAD Is Practically Sure to Cross the Orieot at it's Best Point, Knox City GULF, TEXAS ANO WESTERN Prominent Citizens in Communication With Railroad Officials Give the Club This Interesting News At a meeting of the Commer- cial Club on last Wednesday evening some good and welcome news was presented to the mem- bers and citizens. The club was chuck-full of ginger and inter- prise and a bit of railroad news served to increase this vim and energy. Mr. W. M. Sancifer has been informed that the Gulf, Texas & Western Railroad would like to on a littlé smaller acreage. Maximum reports by states: Alabama, 969,000; Arkansas, 644,000; Florida, 60,000; Georgia, 1,870,000; Louisiana, 239,000; Mississippi, 598,000; Missouri and Virginia, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 12 November 1909

,1 i ' !'í / ii I I ■"•"r; •.1 t ptiffiSSrfii'i £W' ''$%?•... /"7 • ■ ■ ■ ■ • •' •' . • •• Special! ,«npr Our Big Special for the next 10 days, Men 75c Flannelett Shirts,Think of it, only :::::: v fun. v v. <Ii.lv* _'u w<uhrj ,ju*r *rj >:uui ir - -rn. r «*r~* -w -ry _ -v Ck IS 1® É * ""Í K-l ,-•3? ^Yn, ¿UKe'mwHCTFSsrRiW'/ieMsenKflAK.Kjw BMaunsaajnaasai CM -JW, íisucNaraaHTOeesjuuaarRxtivut^uísierTcnuv'-vwrYiT lajayjniwwwBvawjwv ,*r. v. t*r r T.imr Local Happenings K. H. Haley of Seymour was in the city Tuesday. L. L. Logan of Seymour was prospecting in the city Monday. 0. E. Pringle made a business trip to Benjamin Tuesday. E. B. Warren made a business trip to Benjamin Wednesday. Mrs. W. M. Hackney who has been sick for some"' days is re- ported better. Oliver Lee of Munday passed thru the city Thursday en route to Benjamin. The News is adding many new names to its already large list of progressive readers. Lanham Logan of Seymour made a business trip to Knox City Sunday. C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 12 November 1909

- i -w" • vt **• m. — /= . • M# . •'' ■. k mu. :r.,.,as.,^aúss-T3 a-r - -rza Í&& g "w«-i ' BY MARY ROBERTS RIHEHART ILLUSTÑAWm BY a 'i ,\ . 7?Ay Htynsafr "*■ ' COPYMCHT /SOS BY T/ff GOS&S-MBKRILL CO/iPANV SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER I.—Miss Innes, spinster and guardian oí Gertrude and Harney, estab- lished summer headquarters at Sunny- side. 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 noises. In the mbrning Miss Innes found a strange link cuff button in a clothes ham d or. CHAPTER III.—Gertrude and Halsey arrived 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 proved to be the body of Arnold Armstrong, whose bank- er father owned the country house. Miss Innes found Halsey's revolver on the lawn. He and Jack Bailey had disap- peared. The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 12 November 1909

« i i I J ' ' i ■ A S3) P & i,l . WaI I i i ft 1ST t 9 I I a * ii Quality is W atch word Our constant aim and effort is to carry only the latest and best styles in Mpn s and Boys wearing ap- parel that can be found on the market... • > . v I A New and Complete Sto k Of Men's high grade tailored clothing, Boys' 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 Men's Shoes We have added to our large stock oí Nen's and Boys' 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. We Satisfy Our Customers or Your Money Back McCarty Brothers ifc-mxwumynMcap r.-i^njonxraiUH THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS Established October 1904. Published every Friday. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF KNOX CITY AND ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 12 November 1909

r"" mm * .'V*" * -t*' ~ W' r*tN #*-> ,- <r" r" Mercantile I Dealers in up - to = date flercHandise, solicit a share of your valued pa= tronage. We will appre- ciate it. i/® áf*\ J3>\ í Jfr, Sri. If Not Satisfied •••••••••••«•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••a !!!!!•! MS!!?!!??*! ! Trade with the house that pays you top prices for produce and sells you the very best goods at lowest prices Knox City Mercantile Co. Our Store Is The People's Store. The Busy Big Store You Hear So Much About. The Store Where Your Dollars Go Farthest Knox City, - - Texas 4( S1„. 7T, v.'-iüül iifsfc

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 12 November 1909

[ft* .!< 1 ■* 4 i < '* 1 y 18 GENERAL DIRECTORY * Hethodist Church. Rev. M. S. Leveridge, Pastor. Services first, and third Sun- days, morning and evening. Sunday School io a.m. every Sunday. Central Baptist Church. • íiev. W. C. Garret, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4th Sundays morning and evening. Sun- day School every Sunday. Presbyterian Church. liev. H. M. Smith, Pastor. Services every 4th Sunday, Morning and Evening. * iis First Baptist Church. | Rev. 11. 13. Key, Pastor. |j Services ist and 3rd Sundays morninii and evening. Sun- dav School every Sundav. " e' 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 V Permanently Located Office above Farmers' Bank. John H. Brice Physician and Surgeon KCfl&O Surgeon Office over Farmers State Bank PHONE 76; RFSIDENCE 55 Dr. F. E. Stone Office at Orient Drug Store p Phones Office 48 Residence 89 I. 0. 0. F. Meets every Friday night. D...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 12 November 1909

IJ? *r-*r \,%J- %/ • y.- •,-., .<*w '•' ir * «• v « • i • ■ .,• v •'•,.•• .• •••>* tM ^ «*> .« © ¿>. J-i XÍ~* jtf** *&**</,£•« ) Wheat Sowing ime emem Remember we have your grain drills, disc, seeders, harrows, Gang and Sulky plows. Moline, Ft. Smith and Studebaker wagons to move this great cotton crop. A purchase at our store is money Ac /¿**vcar.ai« ! K««i i^wounwiwu—ngii nnn"nrcincT: Wf - nmitMuij'MdMasanmtrmrtKmñf, waronarasaexiz arx sarsro: Awaaeari ra'.tt:T«_s uram JinLuart < irra-nw <jULif—iwum/mM * ¿auniannrBHi ^■nsaEtufnxxrorici^H aaratrr««i ■anwwKneritMMTrTi 03,i''.aj*mT.'TX«7un(í7iTmpn reararas^ J- ^;arx-.!tt.mvuwacwgi ttM w rhxnwflwi ianemuiMMiiH —4 J HJIW'UMW BMBWMMMBWBWWMMMM——HI I—I TWCMIWHI «3r.«roHW.>a«r«B—1wmwiT'XJOTrnMLtawrvw www rfimnw'.nww i— — m i merna Mrs. W. E. 6¡ij¡ Ifvl&d ¡ta j\ SÍ b ui ü Little Six Year Old Son Shoots Mother Several Miles West Of Here. One of the most horrible shoot- ing affairs that has ever been chronicled...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 12 November 1909

• • o . 9 ~: • • • i'ó". « <* i' * V % i i Ru!e is Sweat Bv the Flames On last Tuesday night fire broke out in, and entirely de- molished a business block on Main Street facing south at Rule, Texas. The origin of the fire is as yet unknown here. It is thought however that it was started in the Kline drugstore. On account of telephone con- .-A? nections all having been burned! we are unable to obtain the exact Má 1 tit o: Safety, Double Safety ' J* KV/ ^ lamMRar m m i V M* I ft ./«kV r¿á particulars. It is known that the following firms and business houses were destroyed; Ellis and Donoho's restaurant, Gaylord Kline's drug store, Haskell Telephone Com- pany, Mosier's Fruitstore, Lee's Harness shop, Rule Coal & Grain - V Company, McKay's Barber shop, Rat's restaurant, Tailor shop, Wright Land Company, Pate's Restaurant, Lodge Hall, Rule Studio, Radford's warehouse. We are unable to learn whether or not and to what extent this loss is covered by insurance. The district burned wa...

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