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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 7 January 1910

I ¿-i. , •« W|C BS40H THE PEOPl^B, ^ND OUR. MOTTO H) fOliie THE WORLD ATTEBWARD1 "TP ,-tn nT KNOX CITY. KNOX COUNTY. TEXAS. ¡FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, .1910. NO. SO. JJOW FOR A GREATER PROSPERITY YEAR FOR KNOX PRAIRIE TO TEXAS CATTLE If: On Account of Proper Care and Prido Stock is Grad- ed Low in Texas FARMERS LOSING MILLIONS! Texas is the 6reatest Uve Stock State in the Union, but in Numders Only Ohio leads in Quality lor County Banner. Mr. Hill has visited in our city quite frequently, and while here has made made many warm friends who read the above lines with keenest regret. It is in- deed inexpressibly sad to see a young man just entering the shpere of life's usefulness and its pleasantries, with buoyant hopes of a bright future, to have to lay down it all and pass out into that mystic land from which no wanderer has yet returned. Here is a thought that we put before our readers for their con- sideration. Texas is the greatest live stock state in the Uuion, counting numbers and not q...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 7 January 1910

I 25 Per Cent Off Marked Price 25 Beginning January 22 and closing February 12,1910, we will offer our Entire Stock of Dry Goods, $20,000 worth at 25 per cent off of marked price. Think of the bargains- One Hundred Dollars worth of new up-to-date dry goods for only Seventy-five Dollars. Come in our store and see for yourself. Our Grocery Department is complete. Our best flour per sack $ 1.50. Can krout 3 for 25c. Hominy 3 for 25c. Tomatoes 3 for 25c. Black berries 3 for 25 c. Peaches per can 10c. Apples per can 10c. Our stock of Hardware is complete. We carry a full line of builders hardware. In this Sale we give Fifteen per cent off marked price. In the sale 2 3-4 inch oak Leudinghaus wagon $60. 3 inch $62.50 2 3-4 Bois Dare $70. 3 inch $72.50 Remember nothing will be charged at the Reduction prices. This Means Cash. 11 The McLain Company Where You get More for your Money ♦ i THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS Established October 1904. Published every Friday. 'Tis strange, passing strange— and y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 7 January 1910

I ir ■;"-^*rS^vr ••■. . Dry Goods URnew goods bought before the advance in cotton are arriving: daily and we are in better shape to serve your wants than ever before, and at prices you will not see again until a new crop of cotton is raised and spun. Our Grocery Department is completely stocked with merchandise below the cufrent prices. If you try our Dainty Dorothy flour you will never use any other. Come in and be con- • ■* i vi need. Groceries \ J vJ Local Happenings K. H. Étale^oí Seymour is in the city todays Mrs. Jamison and son Harland returned returned Sunday from a visit to Crowell. Miss Artie Williams who has been teaching school at Truscott returned home Sunday. Col. J. 0. Wooldridge, Gaines- ville is in the city for a few days in the interest of his lumber business. W. W." Hyde and daughter Visiteii Croweii Sunday. «•.« , John Brewer has just returned from an extended trip to Spur, San Angelo and other points. Rupert Stevens visited home folks in Haskell for a couple of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 7 January 1910

*MU8S?I?« " ' **" WW «1*1 ' Kothiurtea burn. _ of main vwel ( howo on left), at th« Mine time draining off all the water. The Steamer or Cullender ehowa on light can be uaed ae an ordinary Cullender. It aleo fita on lop of main veeeel. and la used as a steamer. - V'Ya |C NIVKtUBUBN COOKEB, STEAMER,! center, haa small feet which admite water at the bot TDWÜ. ROO CAN FURNISH ^ES£RVOIR| FLUSH U/ITHI TOP Of RANGE CAN FURNISH RIGHT HAND FLUSH RESERVOIR bS OALLOMB ALL COPPER iRtatRVOIRI WILL orvr ,-rpu ns-LiN M Wat#* ^ ▲BID DKA1NEB—The THE MAJESTIC Extra Heavy Stamped Iron MarMe- Ixed Kettle, complete with covcr and handle that nolds on co"er. TOE MAJESTIC 18-oz. AU Cortpcr Xtcwcl-rlated Tea Kettle. Handsomely nickeled on outs'de, tinned on inside. THE GREAT and GRAND MAJESTIC RANGE THE^flTÍGE VUITH A REPUTATION r*l/=«OEi IN «LL. Sizes AND SXVL.ES. rhe Perforated Cooker! Food ean be lifted on# or CullenderH THE MAJESTIC lt-oc. A IT Copper NiokAl-pl^ted Coffee Pot. Handsomely nickeled oa o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 28 January 1910

E THE KNOX 7 Official Organ of Knox Citjr and Knox County. WE REACH THE PEOPLE, AND OUR MOTTO IS: "KNOX CITY FIRST, THE WORLD AFTER \\ AltD" VOL. 6. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1910. \ \ \ NO. 1. POINDEXTER FOETO BOOZE 6iibs: national Candidate In Pictures- quo Language Swats Whiskey. GOES FliRTHERTHAN JOHNSON Jiidgs Poindexter Outlines His Policies on Prohibition Question,In Speech Before Tarrant County Democrats. Fort Worth, Jan. 22.— Judge Wm. Poindexter of Cle- burne, democratic candidate for the gubernatorial nomination who baris his platform to a large ex tent on the prohibition question, p/irWsc* /'! the Tarrant county pro- democrats here this after- noon. Besides reiterating his views favoring prohibition, Poindexter went farther than Cone Johnson by declaring that he advocates the passage of a stronger liquor law until the constitutional a- mendment throwing out liquor has been passed. Poindexter said that he would urge a law prohibiting dealers selli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 28 January 1910

* v¿ «JIMMhitt ?! City leat Market ® tr i i ti t' . r.. .1, i.. í WO lidVC di all ciiilCd 11 Coil His-a.ia v- i all kinds. We are in the market for ¡rood fat cattle and hogs. When wanting anything in our line we will be glad to serve you. GABBERT & SON, Proprietors Unknown to the Lawyer*. i yen *f tfc. la* gtumtóciKcbftfci> n dient a retainer of $1,000 in an l ímporuuiW^Me, bul, tU« k-j i J together next morning and fettled | ti >4 m.. á ! T. .i' K.&u i U Ua ■* • . \.m Her^cjiís'-rters j \j One Iron in the Pire! I have just one iron in the Fire but I keep it Red Hot I 1 handle Furniture alona and give ail my liine to it. Istudy 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 Furniture Men" ¿3 Lixtí Olil, w.v J a book or written, a line concerning it His client called to see if he wenld not rafond part of the money. The lawy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 28 January 1910

Slaughter Will Begin Friday Jan. 21 i Now we need money and are making these prices to get it so bring your CASH Now you all know what an ADAMS SALE is and this be a winner. Come and see. one will Dry Goods Groceries ^SShI Local Happenings Mr. M. R. Carnes, was up from Proctor Sunday and Monday. Mr. Frizzell visited Hamlin Monday. George Hubbard left Monday for Rule. J. B. Scott, was in town Wed- nesday. J. A. L. Ward of route one was in the city Wednesday, J. P. Clark has made some im- provements at his home place, in the way of new fencing. J. P. Clounts is making seme improvements at his home place in the eastern part of oar eity. Lee Hallmark and wife left Wednesday for Crowell, where they will make their future home. J. C. Hardberger, who lives south of town was in the city Wednesnay. E. B. Warren and wife return- ed Tuesday from Bridgeport where they visited relatives. Mr. Fred Boden and Miss Sa- vannah Ruff, of Munday, were visiting in Knox City Tnesday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ande...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 28 January 1910

DIRECTORY I 19 I ftethoJi¿t Church. I Rev. M. S. Leveridge, Pastor. I Services first and third Sun- days, morning and evening. Sunday School 10 a.m. every Sunday. Central Baptist Church. Rev. 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 mornins* 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. Or. F. E. Stone Office at Orient Drug Store Phones Office 48 Residence 89 C. E. BAILEY DENTIST Permanently Located Offioe above Farmers' Bank* John H. Brice Physician and Surgeon KCn&O Surgeon Offlci over Farmers Sfiti Bank PHONE 76; RFSIDEME SS 1. 0. O. F. Meets every Friday night. V Dr. Ira J. Culver, N. G. Geo. T. Petty, Sec. W. 0. W. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 28 January 1910

Us For Bargains Thousands of Dollars Worth of Good Merc dise at Less than Special Sale Prices. l<1 a Dry Goods and Groceries Phone 53 h 1 i'nj ■A m Knox City Mercantile Company Our Store is the People's Store. The Busy Big Store you Hear so Much about. The Store Where your Dollars Go Farthest. ill

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 28 January 1910

i ' i í 1 i| n } i 11 i i i i y ir ««M'W • -aa McLain Big Sale Is in full blast. .Remember every article in the house is on Sale and is being: sold at a great bargain. In our letter to you we stated that we would give you more for your mo- ney and we are doing it. Saturday, the opening day of our sale, was the greatest retail day ever pulled off in Knox City. All day long our store was crowded with eager buyers. All seemed to be moré than pleased with everything offered and bought freely. We must reduce our stock and if you nave not already been here come today-come every day. Save money on your Dry Goods, Groceries and Hardware as a dollar saved is better' than two dollars made. Dont overlook our Wagons and buggies. When you come to town come to the Big JSale. You will see other signs but they are only Signs of Distress Trying to at- tract your attention at our expense. We have the Bargains and are spending; our money ' to tell you about them. McLain Where You £et More for your Mon...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 28 January 1910

<« • % W *>' It alcíTiGíi rwi • 11 Ionic or Dollars jK22ssaamaBH ligaraw~ tt, -v • v*r ■ • aM-Mar^rfipufflffii f Our list of readers is fastly in- creasing and it costs a great deal of money to put out the number of papers our list calls for. We have obligations that we must meet and we are forced to appeal to our read- ers for a little assistance. If you are a reader and owing us your will receive a state- ment in a few days and we trust that you will remit at once. Non't neglect it because it is a small amount : t- The Knox County News Knox City

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 28 January 1910

I Í i / H(/m Th«jr É TV medical books domHt wr«r- •1 degree® of burnt, according to the tmonni of damage the Are has done to the eJun or the parts beneath. The first degree consists merelj in redness and stinging of the skin inch as is caused by the flame of a Uii-tch touching the finger for an in- stant or by a drop of hot wax from a candió falling on the hand. Ordi- narily this is a trivial accident, and the pain of it, if annoying, may be subdued by applying a cloth wet with a solution of cooking soda, but if a large surface is burned, as when a cambric night dress catches fire and blazes up for a moment, but is quickly extinguished, the patient may suffer severely from shock. In the second degree, blisters for... on the injured part. Care m bo taken not to tear the blis- t^ i -in removing the burned cloth- in. 1 >r example. A little snip with c1" ¿.lessors or two or three puñe- te i with a clean needle should be ma do in the part of the blister ^rotrudos end ac soon as the wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 4 February 1910

L 'JjL ñ 1 i JS 5 I THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS Official Organ of Knox City and Knox County. WE REACH THE PEOPLE, AND OUK MOTTO TS; «KNOX CITY FIHST, TIIE WORLD AFTEltWAUD" VOL. 6. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1910. B. F. HALLMARK JS DEAD Oob of West Teias Oldest Residents Died Saturday CANCER ON TONGUE IS CAUSE Funeral Services and Burial Took Place at Crowell. Serlmonies by Masonic Griier, Mr. B. F. Hallmark died at Crowell Saturday at 6 o'clock p. m., and was buried the following day at 4 o'clock p. m. The cause of his death being due to a cancer on his tongue, he having suffered with it for many years. Mr. Hallmark was the father of J. A. Hallmark and Mrs. W. W* Hyde of this place. B. F. Hallmark has lived in the west for many years, during which time he has made many friends. A wife and several children survive him. Much has been taken from this wife and the large circle of relatives and friends; sweet ties- have been severed, but much is left. The christians hop...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 4 February 1910

li-v;. :„v, - •; !P'* ., R I i 3 1 ' . f * I WmJ:%, k ~ I I f r m t* : imj Keep Texas money in Texas and Let The Company Of Ft. Worth Write you a Policy. Beginning with the next,issue of the News we will furnish you with a Liter from the most, prominent men of the State. Watch for what they have to say in reference to this Company and the Policies this Company writes. E. B. Atterbury, Agent for Knox County. I j ¡«xtcraua ■: as.rxc:?-■ ,I| IISS n,BEUii: w.rx-OL£¿ire s ttaucsawím; ; ¡. . . iT,—* a-. • "HE IS Mi FRIEND," A Story of President Lincoln and His Private Secretary. By F. A. MITCHEL. [Copyright, 1910, by American Press Asso- ciation.] In the autumn of 1856 I entered Brown university, the college of Bbode Island. A freshman just entered knows none of his fellow students, not even his own classmates, and is naturally curious, concerning those about him. One afternoon soon after my matriculation I was in the room of an upper class man where were half a dozen students listening t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 4 February 1910

* f"" .•>) üí SÍ1 11- %>*• Dead. Mrs. Geo. F. Wyatt, died at her 1101 rie in this city on Thurs- day evening. ( Mrs. Wyatt was born in Cher- Cilk.w WUUU«y ul J btti'u MC V, and came to Knox county at the age of 12 years. She was a daughter of J. M. Brock, who . lives west of town. ■ ' She Was married to Geo. F. Wyatt, at -Benjamin on Jan. 4, 1905. Mrs. Wyatt has been in poor health for several months, and she and Mr. Wyatt have recently returned from Marlon where they spent some time in tie interest of her health. The f j'.ioral services will take place this afternoon at 3 o'clock,, after which .the body will be ,' placed in the I. O. 0. F. cemetary.. Mrs. Wyatt has lived in Knox City for many years and has marlf manv friends rlnrinp* this time. We are put here for but a time and no greater consolation can be offered, than the promise of being reunited in the world to come. . .. . t The News extends sympathy to the bereaved husband and relatives. A <4,.upé?. • J | «Kuril r....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 4 February 1910

MMl n i ■ • * I vi i * <f í •' DIRECT OP Y <js~ flethodist 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. ttev. 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 morning nnd evening. Sun- day School every Sunday. e% Christian Church. Rev. Wright, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4th Snndays morning and evening. Sun- School every Sunday at 10 o'clock. Dr. F. E. Stone Office at Orient Drug Store Phones Uttice 4 residence ¿*9 j C. E. BAILEY DENTIST Permanently Located Otfice above Farmers' bank. John h. Brice Physician and Surgeon KCn&O Surgeon Office over Farmers State Bank PNUNE /b; HtMmi 5b I. O. O. F. Meets every Friday ni^ht. Dr. Ira J. Culver, N. G. Geo....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 4 February 1910

'rjr^ 111 Dull j. L.-J * ¿r - * /l/lAttffl O irii/iiiiio mmmm f"*** Tm #■/# r* w, in 1 uuc fiusv Ones How to solve this problem comes quickly to the mind of the keen eyed, progressive business man, one who is not afraid oí Printers Ink. Remember advertising is the key note to success. Look upoíi it a ail investment, puie and simple and don't EX- PECT more than you would from the same amount invested in other ventures. $300. a year invested in bank stock or other such investments would pay about $30. Invest this in good ad- vertising, back it up with good goods and business attention and 400 percent is not impossible. Anyone will tell you that the News is the best advertising medium in the county and that a page or even a half has a sledge-hammer effect that is pleasing to the advertiser. Quit Chewing The Rag People dont want to read the same thing every week, therefore change your ads often. If you cant spare the time or dont know how, hire some one competent to look after this for ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 4 February 1910

ir ii nil i i f! ,í' i I ■ i t • , 9 . . t *. • \ , f * • ! i K : J í ' v, • • /• * : í . «■ ti: •i s . • V. A ¡lLD of i WOMAN Mrs. Catt Thinks Married Wom- en Should Be Wage Earners. Sculptor Makes Bug Models. American Suffragette Home. US. CAKK1E CIIAPMAN CATT, thi1 noted woman suf- fragist leader, lias given out an interview in which she ndvoentos wane earniiiL' l y women. Mrs. Catt declares York alone there are fiO,- who support their lius M pt'-c'l"'V married thai in New 001 women bands, in muí y eases luvanse the lius- 1 mml i< • - his Job and cannot tfi't an- oiiic. : uval linndt'ed thousand wo- men in the city, she says, help to sup- I < r* their liusltands. "Women with- out 1.I..1 ien," Mrs. Catt is quoted as sa\' "should work after marriage. Ti x.om.iu who sits idly in a board- iu¡í lioiiiO or furnished room is lio- na, .nil aud a parasite. A woman has rr t" r"t out • ':u"V2u * JTjTV" f # • *• f \ * V - '*•<. % f iév- . M l flHBOT&Jtfc! .Vi.Vrf uaat« MHS. C AR...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 4 February 1910

£ .1 ■—■■■ I- -Vki.—. >UMlá.4ÚÚk«. ~ ra.-- KKvr. i^rvrrvw^ww* >*. r-^jumrr -- 4 . as >v n i ini-inrni u ft* _.av IW J - •' " •.:. : A. if „ (BP* SlIHti ' l^-. .jgj IN C*AA."A 4 - wJürfí'l > M Mens Clothing Boys Clothing Winter Caps Ladies Cloaks Ladies Suits Ladies Millinery j;it-Nv"3-regBa*wmar ■'■■;■ - -~-.-~ .-rn These Goods Will be Sold Regardle Don't Miss this Opportunity. (J Dry Goods Groceries II ji «■■WMMiuari m «wr.-rawi/m . iti'm'OBwauwriW'iTii KIVJK«.T Local Happenings D. A. Whittington visited Trus- cott Sunday. Miss Myrtle Cantley, of Ben- jamin visited homefolks Satur- day and Sunday. R. W. Warren left Sunday for a visit of a few days to TruscoU and Benjamin. Mrs. and Mrs. Herndon and daughter of Crowell, came in Sunday on a visit to friends. Mrs. D. A. Whittington and children left Sunday for Truscott on a visit to the family of W. M. Sager. J. E. Jones who has been look- ing after business interest in the city for the past ten days, left Sunday tor the co...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 4 February 1910

r P' « C'H I -1 '! \ 1 sÉ Si L 1 i i [ \) r ! h : t\ | I 1>1 1 I SI f i i 1 i "\ r fAMI *U ORCHARDO AHb — Jr omEH EE.TRIGC [register, (rockfqrdja. t CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED A the nens all tbe nme orí tne opposr.e hide o£ ilie buuoe i'l'uti) tin- inn >j <)i pers, so as to give tlie fowls exercise. An hour b<<«>re dnrk n ration of whole jjraln — wheat, corn, outs, barley or buckwheat—should be scattered in the litter for the bens to scratch out. Pro- fessor Iilce advises against a hot mash for breakfast, a practice followed by nriny, on account of Its causing tin hens to be Inactive for several hours, lie coincide* wftb the practice of many In recommending green food—alfalfa, clover or turnips—during the wlnte. months. a- r=~=rz3~~ "-.-"mj'Tf ( The First National (This matter muBt not be reprinted with- out special permission.] BEST WAY TO FEED CORN. Since corn is the chief article of diet in those states where hog raising is carried on extensively the question of t...

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