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

SAVING SALE ig to the people Many Dollars Irs Count 0 y. It is your opportunity to buy goods, goods way under Bargains Bargains Bargains during the next few days. Come in and see for yourself. Prices talk :ee, Your Money Back if Not Satisfied. iful 7 piece monogram Cake Set. We have arranged for a number we will give them away absolutely free one of the Coupons now cantile TEXAS 41

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

RN9IMr t(« ft 1 f y i \\ i 1 i ¡.'.w DIRECTOR V Hethodist Church. Rev. M. S. Leveridge, Pastor. Services first and third Sun- days, morning and evening. Sunday School 10 a.m. every Sunday. "hristian Church. Rev. Wright, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4th Snndays morning and evening. Sun- School every Sunday at 10 o'clock. Central Baptist 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. B. Key, Pastor. Services 1st and 3rd Sundays mornina; and evening. Sun- day School every Sunday. C. E. BAILEY DENT I ST Permanently Located Office above Farmers' Bank. John H. Brice Physician and Surgeon KCn&O Surgeon Office over Farmers State Bank PHONE 76; RFSIDENGE 55 I haw !•11 kinds of Itlgw and want to drive you Y-8 Livery, Feed and Transfer Stable A, H. KILPATRICK, Proprietor We meet all trains at Muuday and ...

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

«• 4 y / • ®e McCarty o -u jLjri utllCI d If it is the latest we have it If it fits it is from McCar= ty Bros. If you trade with flcCarty Brothers you are pleased with your wearing apparel A general line of up-to-date Men's Furnishings = everything the name implies. We have it. Also A Nice Line cf Ladies shoes. Our goods are the best. Come see them and be con- vinced. A satisfied customer means increased business. That is why our business is continually growing. iflsssaaj ~ : McCARTY EROTHE 11 wM u - ÜL. i>- : *r :rr Knox City, Texas ■ mi iimwiiwiiwiiii iwmri iijuuv ubwuiiapwiwhmuanji u < ramnmra rorwd*«r*?3s<ramabmm<nnnnannnnjnftimm>*w un vi\', ,trr+ -mi" "i—-—y ■ " f"1 .■"•"TrTvirrriTirmrinniif n'rriCTm-TTtfiiTwramirf*r ktm<rtriia'4«r'riunr.. tiwm ii— ■■iiumi v r lusrar rji anvm .uu'/ifi Teachers In- stitute Program monday Song, America Prayer, Key. Hollers Welcome Address, Willie Orites Response, A. L. Hardgrave Organization intermission Securing and maintaining...

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

iff iff I i 1 i K. I M. * I. TIME TABLE. West Bound. No. 1 Daily Ex. 1 :5i(5 a. in.) No. 5 Daily Local 2:45 p. in. No. 17 Da local Fgt 4 80 a. m. East Bound. No. 2 Daily Ex. 2:17 a. m. No. 0 Daily Local 1:46 p. m. No 16 Da local Fgt 11:20 a. m. Through tickets to Ft. Worth) $6.80. rr; ffi- IS V Mail Service North bound leaves post office j at 1:15 p. in. South bound leaves post office) at 2:15 p. in. Rural Service Route one leaves at 0:00 n. m. | fl¡ and arrives at 4:00 p. in. Route two leaves at 9:00 a. m. ■ and arrives at 12:15. Last. On last Tuesday evening in Knox Oitv, bull dog about 6| months old. White with two or| three brown spots, one glass eye, j one ear split. Liberal reward for return to the News office or| any information leading to re- covery. Mrs. Myrtle Cockrell, Obrien Route 2. j Money to Loan- i-« On improved farms. Do my I gjgj own inspecting. No delay. R. D. Bell, Benjamin, Texas. 1 ill* No Preaching. There will be no preaching at] the First Baptist Church Sunda...

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

I á i mh THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. W IfriwV «I THE PEOPLE, AND OUR MOTTO IS: 'KNOX CITY FIRST, TUB WOItLü AITIOHM A*i VOL. 5. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1909. no. r.. OLD SANTA CLAUS IS SOON TO MAKE A VISIT TO KNOX CITY! SANTA GLAUS GOME IN BOAT Maetirig Was Heiti in First Baptist Church and Coiii- mlttee Appointed A FEW FACTS ABOUT THE SOIL Farmsr Who Uvss in Denton County Tells Adciit the Soil and Uses. SCIENTIFIC METHOD FARMING! These Facts Should Be Read Iiy Every Farmer on the Famous Knox Prairie and Adopt it Thomas A. McGalliard of Gar- za, Denton County, sends the following interesting and profit- able article, which bears much /emphasis upon better methods in agriculture, which means inten sive farming. Mr. McGalliard is ex-president of the Texas Corn Growers' Association: To The News: I have lived in Denton County over thirty years; have made thirty crops; have been over this State a good deal, have looked at many farms, have heard many farmers talk—som...

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

m i p.- V If ' ■iff - v Jm." I H eat"" * HIT ' —i-«unafcTrBiiiim IXKMRII Christmas Doings! We have just Received a Big Shipment of all kinds of Groceries for Christmas. We have ako '"0 O Just received a big lot of Dresk Ginghams in all the latest paterns. A big lot of Ladies, Mens and Boys Underware, ladies', misses', men's and boy's hosery all bought before the advance in Dry Goods which took effect on November 23rd. We are enlarging our room on the corner and will have our goods in shape to show you in two or three days. Call and see them. You will find good goods at right prices. n © =0 The McLain Company =j ——M- HQ „ ..y* t *--v. . .v.* .'i ¡P One Iron in the Pire! I have just one iron in the Fire but I keep it Red Hot! I handle Furniture alona and give all my time to it. I study the demand and know what to keep... I have one of the most complete lines of Furniture to be found in this section and I can supply you with the best at the lowest possible price... JOE PATE, "The Furni...

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

V , I McCarty Brothers If it is the latest we have it If it fits it is from McCar- ty Bros. If you trade with flcCarty Brothers you are pleased with your wearing apparel A general line of up-to-d^.te Men's Furnishings = everything the name implies. We have it. Also A Nice Line of Ladies shoes. Our goods are the best. Come see them and be con= vinced. A satisfied customer means increased business. That Is why our business is continually growing. i •V' _ '^3^. ffn ¿y ' ^ \ I !v ' V Knox City, Tex rz® cp ^rasqa * i • m 17 ■j 1 i jj $ v _ 11 A JtJUi ju m A FEW FACTS ABOUT THE SOIL (Continued from front page) land in winter and spring the more moisture and plant food 'you have stored away in the land to make the crop with. Never rebreak the land in spring. The harrow or disc will do the work just right, for all plants want a well settled bed to grow in. The moisture and plant food are what the crop needs, and not a loose bed. We have had but little rain this year in Texas, and I see at l...

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

M r ■/ 1 If ■ GREAT MON Has been a decided Success returning t Dollars This Sale will be continued for a few days longer only. It rr Jll Live ¿as® . :v.v:~ ■ - . •; v • I'Jf •* rvy*' % i Tempting It will surprise you how many goods a few dollars will buy here durin; and remember our Ironclad guarantee, Y< On next Wednesday we will begin giving Coupons for our beautiful 7 of these Breakfast or Cake Sets and we wil Efii& KNOX CITY Mention this ad and get o

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

SAVING SALE to the people Many Dollars and p Count . It is your opportunity to buy goods, goods way under Bargains argains luring the next few days. Come in and see for yourself. Prices talk ¡e, Your Money Back if Not Satisfied. |ful 7 piece monogram Cake Set. We have arranged for a number e will give them away absolutely free one of the Coupons now Company TEXAS

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

' 1 i ■ I ■ m í WÜÜMi | II Christmas=Christmas = Christmas WILL SOON BE HERE pRIZZELL & CARNES CO. are now displaying the largest stock and best assortment of Holiday Goods that has ever before been in Knox City. Come and see for yourself. We ask you to come early and make your selections before the choice prices are gone. .. «f~S£sy*.Tr.' I 8 We have cut glass, hand painted china, salid | bowls, cake plates, berry bowls and saucers, | cream and sugar sets, chocolate sets, chocolate pot*, water sets, water jugs, [a large variety] cups and saucers. i Bon Bon pickel and celery dishes. Vases in Japanese and plain, puff boxes. We have a | H beautiful line of lamps for $i.5o to $6.5o. Nov- | elties oí all descriptions and brie broc. Dolls, we have from 5c up to $5.oo. Toy j from 5c to $3.5o. H R ' Tr'¡ VI "■ '' ' W ' ' STW "V"y-rs:-^-- ktíJtSHÍJUvJi 1 /--I . NÜ^trm'i é¡¡ 'Vr- " ' /• . . . Jewelry--An elegant line oi novelties,beauty pins, cuff and collar sets, solid gold cuff buttons...

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

C C3* 6 CSOSEI^ir* G ilH ^ i i« I^IMÍiéé iVn i l\f ^.'^jy jiirv rz3 i Did You Ever Stop to Think? That Good Goods at Right Prices are Always Bargains w i 8 We have them and at prices which make the Public sit up and take notice Remember the Grocery Department and the material for your Christmas cake mm I j Dry Goods Groceries! Local Happenings~j^ Herbert Clark made a trip to Sweetwater last week. The Christian Ladies' Bazar held forth in the News Office Friday. Col. Tom Moore of Rule, was in the city prospecting this week. Mr. Moore is delighted with our little city and will probably in- vest some of his spare capital with us in the near future. •—Mrs. Reeder entertained a number of friends last week with a birthday dinner in honor of J. W. Smith, the occasion being a surprise to Mr. Smith. All those present report a very enjoyable time. J. H. McLain and J. H. Lanier of Knox City were in the city Tuesday.—Benjamin Post. S. I. Edwards, manager of the S. Edwards Grain Co., returned We...

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

1 I Í I ; f 1 jsr it III li U i v i'M Í* ,'v- K, C. N. & 0. TIME TABLE, Imim g—1MWWMWWMWBEgPr<a-fa>? ;s^!E§g:.^c^ | Orp9f (if. — - ; ¿ av n u ^ w« t s# W'ivr Horsi . No. 1 Daily Kx. 1 :& a. m. No. ,j Daily Local 2:1o p. m. No. 17 Da local Fgt 1 «>'* a. m. Kam* Botan. No. l} Daily Kx. á:17 a. tu. No. Daily Uval 1:4« p. in. No 10 Da local Fgt 11 :20 a. in. Through tickets to Vt. ^ orth «6.30. Mail Service North bound lea vo> post office at I :1"> p. in. South oouu'l leave< po-t ollict at _ :15 p. in. in, Rural Service Route one loaves at i> :<io a ami arrives at 4 :<><> p. in.. Route two leaves at 9:00 a. m. ami arrives at 12 :1">. The News is indeed very grate- ful for quite a number of renew- als (luring the past week. And to those who have not paid we will say that we hope to number you among those who shall re- member us during the coming wee&. A dollar around from our readers would go a long way to- ward helping us meet our oblig...

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

KNOX COUNTY NEWS. •WK TIEACH THE PEOPLE, AND OUR MOTTO IHi «KNOX CITY FIB8T, THE WORLD AFTKI VOL. 5. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1909. \T0. '9. DEAR OLD SANTA CLAUS WILL ARRIVE IN KNOX CITY TONIGHT INTENSIVE FARM- ING PROFITABLE Mniih Retter Results In Farm- ing Are Attained fey tfes Scientific Methnd MUSICAL RECITAL BY MISS KATE PRIN6LE cold WEATHER IS COÜTÜS Tf!9 Flowing is the Program By Pringle and P pi!s At Setal Auditorium an Last Tuesday Evening REPEATED TESTS PROVE IT! The Galveston-Dallas News is Ottering a Cash Prize for the Best Article Written by a Farmer. The fact that intensive farm- ing is the most profitable farm- ing is proven by the fact that it is the only method by which the man who farms land valued at $50 to $800 an acre can make money, especially if the land be- longs to another. This is done in innumerable instances, as, for instance, near the larger cities and in the denser populated sec- tions of this and other countries. If intensiv...

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

1 [I mi ■ • ,7 i. « Christmas 1 . We have just Received a Big Shipment of all < r kinds of Groceries for Christmas. • i We have also SIS n o 0 Just received a big lot of Dress Ginghams in all the latest pateras. A big lot of Ladies, Mens and Boys Underware, ladies', misses', men's and boy's hosery all bought before the advance in Dry Goods which took effect on November 23rd. We are enlarging our room on the corner and will have our goods in shape to show you in two or three days. Call and see them. You will find good goods at right prices. Gai J The McLain Company Anderson-Beeder ¿v' "Above the Clouds" AT KNOX CITY, TEXAS "3V ScftsaWorvaV "Dvama vw "Jtoao \o toe avoexv a\ \\vc School "Dee. fc&Wv, W09, "\Xntar \\ve "3Vus« ^\,cc& Wvc ScYvoo\ "£>oavii ^ov \\\& Wvc "Evauo 3\wv& CAST OF CHAEAOTliRS Crazy Phil, a Mountain Hermit Amos Gaylord, a Country Gentleman Howard Gaylord, his Son Alfred Thorpe,.a City Nabob Nat Nay lor, Thopre's Protege Curtis Chipman; Chips in...

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

• # J . 9 'i un ty Brothers If it is the latest we have it If it fits it is from McCar- ty Bros. If you trade with ricCarty Brothers you are pleased with/your wearing apparel A general line of up-to-date Men's Furnishings - everything the name implies. We have it. Also A Nice Line of Ladies'shoes. Our goods are the best. Come see them and be con- vinced. A satisfied customer means increased business. That is why our business is continually growing. McCARTY BROTHERS Knox City, Texas ' '■! w i 1 I I 8 I 1 INTENSIVE FARM- ING PROFITABLE Much Better Results In Farm- ing Are Attained by the Scientific Methnd REPEATED TESTS PROVE IT! The Galveston-Daiias News is Ottering a Cash Prize for the Best Article Written by a Farmer. (Continued from page 1) «¿■round at the smallest cost." In order to assist in getting the best of information on the subject of intensive farming^ The News is ottering to the farm- ers of Texas—those actually en- gaged in farming—cash prizes to the amount of $.'300 fo...

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

I* I anexan ■■■muí iiwT Urt' . , V .uii^rss'jjasHafflEaK! ( KB8SÜHSE2HE Hi fc-vi f.— „.. -.«i* R a ¥; i b~ V I <* t i D UUlmmWWM HAPPY EW Store Will Be Closed City Merc KNOX CITY •v SBBPaWflr

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

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

n '1 1 I 11 I 1 L I I B 1 I I 1 I 1 ' I 1 Í J M *; 1 ?! £ k i I If f; I 9' 1i;. i ti <> ■ II t, * ■ '4 I Bi -#5 I. t I inw>< p 1 S&i -?t GENERAL, DIRECTORY rtethodUt Church. Rev. M. S. Leveridge, Pastor. Services first and third Sun- days, morning sod evening. Sunday School io 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. Rev. W. C. Garret, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4th Sundays mprning and evening. San- day School every Sunday. John H- Brice Physician and Surgeon . KCH&O Surgeon Office ovar Farmers State Bank PHONE 76; RFSIDENGE 55 JL Presbyterian Church. * Rev. H. M. Smith, Pastor. Services every 4th Sunday, Morning and' Evening. First Baptist Church. Rev. R. B. Key, Pastor. Services 1st and 3rd Sundays morning and evening. Sun- day School every Sunday. I have all kinds of Ilijjra and want to drive you Y-8 Livery, Feed and Transfer Stable ...

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

j Merry Christmas and a Hap- i py New Year We thank you for past patronage and to make your next year the most prosperous, you will have to trade with ÍSSBH Local Happenings ¡ ' " d&ÍC4 ¿h i roceries j mm All those owing1 me, come in at once and settle. You needed the work and I need the money, tf Dr. 0. E. Bailey W. 0. Wright filled his regular appointment at Truscott last Sun- day, returning Monday. L. 0. Wharton left Wednesday on the Orient for points north of here. Key. R. J. Swift suffered a few days this week with a frac- ture ] rib, bill is able now to ac- at the School Auditorium on Tuesday night, December 28th. Besides seeing a gripping and in- teresting play you are contribut- ing to a worthy cause. Pleasure- seeking people of Benjamin, Munday and Rule will find no better opportunity to enjoy them selves than to attend on this oc- casion. \ NOTICE! I will pay $0.00 for the convic- tion of any man found hunting on the Hunter ranch. J. A. Logan, Mgr. Kid. J. K. McCltiiiü...

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

i i I i < i I I ¡ > tJ m K. C, M. & O, TIME TABLE, Wküt Bound. No. 1 Daily Ex. 1:30 a.m. No. 5 Daily Local 2:45 p.m. No. 17 Da local Fgt 4 80 a. m. East Bound. No. 2 Daily Ex. 2:17 a. m. No. 6 Daily Local 1:4o p. in. No 16 Da local Fgt 11:20 a. m. Through tickets to Ft. Worth $6.80. Mall Service North bouiul leaves post office at 1 :15 p. m. South bound leaves post office at 2 :15 p. m. Rural Service Route one leaves at 0:00 a. m. and arrives at 4:00 p. m. Route two leaves at 9:00 a. in. and arrives at 12:15. The News is indeed very grate- ful for quite a number of renew- als during the past week. And to those who have not paid we will say that we hope to number you among those who shall re- member us during the coming week. A dollar around from our readers would go a long way to- ward helping us meet our obliga- tions. Remember we have to buy paper, gasoline, fuel, pay rent and a number of other things. Lost. On last Tuesday evening in Knox City, bull dog about 6 months o...

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