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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 11 February 1910

a % ' if '/■ t \ «a ,-w* i m\ W ,.v ? k 9 %i m PA \Yltf li: • v • v' T T ' ' ' ' 1 • i % ■'" i «! Oílicirtl Or ; ¡ of Ivuox ' 'it% <i:ul Knox Coiintv. \ XV5i3 Vi.il . t I. v/ .Ai * —- é ■* - • V *■' «• te. > . v >• L' í JIJ Y* ,\ 4 . ¿j VOL. «. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1910. i\ív. 3 THE WATER PROPOSITION Works Great Hardship on The Orient Railroad MANY WELLS HAVE BEEN DUG Col. Obrien Blind to The Fact that There Is an Abundance of 6ood Water In Knox City dollar in th^ town, the road will not do, but continue to squander thousands in the smaller towns to no avail. There is one other town on the line in which no experiment has been made, we presume that this will be the next place to invest a few thousand dollrrs in digging dry dirt, then will be our time. Then their cry will be, had we only knew this before our funds had exhausted! The Orient railroad has been running freight trains of late as often as they could secure water. The manager of the Te...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 11 February 1910

yj !MM| Dull Mo/J^Ae jl r jl lif dU Busy Ones II lij How to solve - s''s keen eye:', • ••♦* Printers In! Ti •' a* /> * -w * *•- - --f i j.Xuíi * ¡r> 'VV t-*1 J 4 v> ' • O ¿k 1 9 J 'ca.'CPua. . - _ u T¡ .1 9-' " :i'S7 ►lii. Vi/ Cti/.Uf. OiH. > -V .ti.¿VÍ i ? „ i. • . jl 1 riT'iiük. (LliC L.-; nit - yt'i.* . I i5.4 V C otc'vi n p.. : comes quickly to the mind of the i nets 'nan, one who * i not 'afra'd cf • advertising i .i. ner.í,, PECT move than you woulc other ventures. $800. a year invested in bank stock or other such investments would pay about $30. Invest this in good ad- vertising, back it up V ith good goods and business attention and 400 percent is not impossible. Anyone will tell you that the News is the best advertising medium in thejjounty and that a page or even a líalí has a siedge-namnier eiieci 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 t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 11 February 1910

~T" iwt — imiUT: in f iii II! II 4 ® ¥ il) >p.« M ,« «r I j . " Y £■/ / . f*> /;Is! . f n > 1 W ■ I :•/ . • ¡¡jl v,. .5? JSr **"■* Í i A /w A^f W :~:"":rrr"*T*Kar-" - \ -«O , ' VJI Hsi .-' «-iP •3¿i..,: ^i^-TJüac^affiOCT^-iHwt'ir N Mens Clothing; Boys Clothing Winter Caps Ladies Cloaks Ladies Suits Ladies Millinery I il i.:--- ? " .T;:-- " :'-" uss ( These Goods Will be Sold of Cost, Don't Miss this Opportunity. Dry Goods Groceries Local Happenings Miss Minnie Warren, returned Sunday from a visit to Truscott. Tom Reeder visited Benjamin Sunday. J. W. Boyle and wife, visited Crowell Sunday. W. N. Coombes, of Benjamin, was in the city Saturday. Miss Burnett, who was in the city last week, returned to her home at Benjamin Sunday. Mr. M. Kern, the popular Ho- tel man of O'Brien, was in the city Saturday. 'Miss Carrie Rogers, the tele- phone operator at O'Brien, was shopping in the city Saturday. Messrs Zinn and Deering, of O'Brien, were prospecting in the city Saturday. Chas. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 11 February 1910

V «.y**- .. ' K^HK« i t % i ü I i í ? i -,} :| I 4 . t í ft ( n if I TI DIRHCIO^Y fee- *rt n If ii I* * flethodist Church. Kev. M. S. Leveridge, Pastor. Services first and third Sun- days, morning and evening. Sunday School 10 a.m. every fcunüay. 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. 1 ' Services every 4th Sunday, Morning and Evening. First iiaptist Church. llev. K. B. K<*y, Pastor. Services 1st and 3rd Sundays morning and evening. Sun- day School every, Sunday. Christian Church. y Rev. Wright, Pastor. P m vices 2nd and 4th Snndays ¡nomino- and evening. Sun- ;>chool every Sunday at 10 ( 0 clock. Dr. F. E. Stone Office at Orient Dru£ Store Phones imice 40 Kesiueiice oy C. E. BAILEY J John H. Brice r-v r-« m 1 T* ! • Physician and Surgeon DENTIST j KCflSü burgeon IV munently Located j 0SÍÍS2 0V5Í Far Sialg Bank Orrice above .Fanners JSanK. |...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 11 February 1910

k.^fc Jwf kv.*jaMv-j • \ >> «% •««««•• ~1 f > IV «V . , . ,.M -I Í1 S TOsrsr * w jr Z7.Z1ZE j.jzjrmmi 0 ^ rr.a n i" * ¡ ^ Comp •;rf Our Store is the People's Store. The Bus}' Big Store you Hear Much about. The Store Where }'our Dollars Go Farthest. so KKSiganHBBHnKB&zi ermiwanM *, : fww aiiw ima rWímaimmmmmcnrxws9mKBBmiíi^i-;n;i-r-:-:\- ■ ,g-7gyi¡a II a iX. wMnataa.... Bttv ^MUNmsni . ".iziar-ztcmnmr,. /rnMJurrzwrajMijiaj ■ ut <!MHauai9sas . xmrnam 1c,t:L ¡aMONUM^^^l nrir jtacrv-nrrrrnswrc :rr i«rzc^^rjLkjarrr--r-*r n . . «a ;. .4** C Local Happenings =T^S Sam Anderson, returned Tit: I is known ü. <• .i •' D. J. Brookerson, of Benjamin was in this city Tuesday. -i_. Judge J. H. Milam, of Benia- min was in the city this week. Attorney Stephens, of Benja min was in Knox City this week Messrs Sarg«nt and Pharr have opened up a restaurant on Central Avenue. Miss Bertha Gossett, of Rule attended the dance at this place Wednesday night. Mr. Chas. Simonton, of Wein- ert,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 11 February 1910

I s, m SIS : i t'l I f i I' ■ y V k- \ Keep Texas money in Texa¿, and Let The rr.-k .<*1 V E i a iu w n %.j i Company To Whom it May Concern: The Fort Worth Life Insurance Company, organized on sound !i nno *x ) is ably officcrcd, well managed, and perfectly safe. The directory is composed of strong, conservative and successful business men. I heartily commend this Company. I am earring $20,000.00 insurance with it. Respectfully, J. T. Pemberton, Vice-President, Farmers & Mechanics National Bank, of Fort Worth. E. B. Atterbury, Agent for Knox County, i ' 3*.*nwMBirs- v inwrwrimtn ajtuaotuxi iu±j3h vjkw.t s Why I Love fSt. Valentine's <$ Day <t> Because It Helped Me In My Courtship and to Get the Girl I Wanted. By ARTHUR GRAY. Copyright, 1910, by American Press Association. r wmi* A hundred years ago, when there were but a few mllllou people in the Uuited States, our progenitors fell in love iu the old fashioned natural way and, being once in love, married as a matter...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 11 February 1910

NItF APF **vvr rtl%L i/vihu Spinster Becomes ''Fust Citizen oí Chicago"— Matron Drives Stage and v/axea Rich—Millionaire Girl Writes Book of Verses. .. .. -r .- r8 f-r the poet. She wa« notified bj cable of itr kmmw «w fur - i ' • x but i ■ •■••••. . w Vllvuw .14. Ji uulwivu Mi'kiti sMnrinstlon of kitchen drudgery vMm | toward making borne happy and the body healthful. She will travel a year la Europe first, preparing berssif for her new dntlea. thea go 16.000 mJka away from huuie to become the first professor of household economy in the world. MARY DALE. T I yr v.c or Tain, bat tn a eaaa af sett dspraciatisa that It likely I «rara la- <1 w«miM awem ta be |ufU#ií- N< •? Isfrt-qucatty li will b* R«iut . .t K< ;• «..♦ t)|A |«*•? •*•*! if i' of dormant hf it iawa a ta be a ■Üü. ■ wkM M mxt W' 1 • • IV « 1 ■ w TTTT Its mofo thin 2.000,000 people "the first citizen of Chicago" is Miss Jane Ad- :s, according to rt cur- rent magazine article of appreciation by Dr. Graham Taylor. T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 11 February 1910

■ A s'fC ' Kf ' f i i ! IS ; II i . is r Ú ii I : II I I If i i )f í I 10 s n\ .1. n 1 I .I i i Éik) *pi fi t See Petty The Harness Man For Oood • Goods. I Ü >á) ft tfl b13 ,, u 'i? i m, In Honor oi 42 Club And Their Husbands. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. D. Bennett opened their doors to the mem- bers of the "42" Club and their husbands on Thnrsday evening. Their pretty home was ar istical- ly arranged for this reception of the many guests who were in attendance. Many in.eresting games of "42" were played. The high score being won by Mrs. Lee Mc- Laia, and Mr. G. D. McCarty. Low score was won by Mr. Clyde Farmer. At the close of the games a de- licious and refreshing luncheon was served, and it wasjthen that Mrs. Benn tt proved to be an ar- tist in the cullenry department. She is an ideal hostess, and this was reported as being the msst enjoyable occasion of the season. Those present were, Messrs and Madames, Edw. D. Bennett. Jno. H. Brice, W. B. Williams, C. E. Bailey. G. D. McCarty. Guy F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 18 February 1910

,r\ Official Or-'-an of Knox <"Hv and Knox Conntv. v WE BEACH TIIK l'KOPLE, AND o I'It MOTTO ISs «KNOX CITY FIRST, THE WORLD AlTKltWAltD" VOL. 6. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1910. NO. 4 BOYS RETURN HOME AGAIN After Extended Visit to South America Ed Brannin and Harry Wilt- bank, have just returned from a trip to South America. It was something like five months ago, when|these young gentlemen left to explore the unknown parts of Chile. The route taken to this land below the equator, was by rail to San Francisco, at which place they sailed for Chile. They report a very pleasant trip, and that they saw no country that would compare with this, and that even in those lower regions the people were asking about the Famous Knox Prairie. TO WORK COPPER MINES Men has Begun Work And Will Push Same R. W. Warren has leased his copper mines west of town to Mr. Sam Harris and Mr. Copper, for a period of 99 years, and t\ e have already made preperations for the working of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 18 February 1910

V y Keep Texas money in Texa¿, %/>'' «I ÉL Lí ff ML MX . £2. To Whom it May Concern: The Fort Worth Life Insurance Company is a home company, organized u.i.vder and abiding ■: the laws of Texas, managed and operated by men of experience: means and inlegrity, with whom I am well acquiñated. This Company offers contracts as sound and liberal as any foreign company, and is ¿is strong, and safe, and sure to meet its every obligation. Believing as 1 do, in patronizing home industry first, and building up Texas institutions first, heartily commend The Fort Worth Life Insurance Company, with its clean record, sound manage- ment and worthy agents to the kind consideration of those who may desire good life insurance. / Respectfully; W. H. Cowden President. First National Bank, Midland, Texas. i ! B. Atterbury, Agent for Knox County. wvjc-x rryi rttrr r.iiiinwj iKTItSAMt ■3 i*a3arrauurnanrara>*«i'icnnnra i.'rmrt vsm j ■n ntrj ujmirria urn. ks.-tjj .wts^nrtxr: i+r¿ itKSLfrvnmenTcan zitac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 18 February 1910

li-u S nub — Afít'~ GAMfli BY F.E.TRIGG REGISTER, KOCKTORD.IA. /ft. IF* ?n 1DENCC SOLICITED «i#' ITbls matter muat not b« reprinted with- out special permission ] PRUNING THE ORCHARD. The best tirae in which to do prun- ing work in the orchard is from Feb. 1 ón to blossom time. Were it possible to get all of this work done at one fell awoop the best time for it would be the week just before the blossom buds open, as from this time on Is the pe- riod of quickest growth and bence most rapid healing of pruning cuts. But since the work cannot be done in a week it has to be started earlier and extqpdod through a period of severnI weeks. For Ihe one learning the or- chard business a few simple directions will be helpful. Aside from giving the tree the type of head, low or high, "whichever may be desired, by means of thi* pruning process, all cross limbs, those that rub one another and water sprouts should bo cut. out. In a choice between two limbs the one should be left which i si more vi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 18 February 1910

DI RECTOR V riethodist Church. Rev. M. S. Leveridge, Pastor. 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 overy 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 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. Dr. F. E. Stone Office at Orient Drug Store Phones Office 48 Residence 89 C. E. BAILEY . DENT 1ST .«* J • Permanently Located Office above Farmers' Bank. Jphn H. Brice Physician and Surgeon KCH&O Surgeon Office over Farmers State Bank PHONE 76; RFSIDENCE 55 I, O. O. F. Meets every Friday ni^ht. Dr. Ira J. Culver, N. G. Geo. T. Petty, Sec. W. O. W. y Meets ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 18 February 1910

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. i L Local Happenings Miss Myrtle Cantley, came in from Benjamin Sunday, on a visit to home folks. She return- ed Monday. Dr. Basley, of Munday passed thru the city Sunday, en route home from Truscott. Attorney Stephens, of Benja- min, was in the city Sunday. Mat Verholen, of route two, was in Knox City Sunday. F. C. Couch has had cement walks laid at his home place, in the northern part of town. Hiss Holmes, who is attending the S. C. J. at Stamford, visited home folks near the city this week. R. P. Baldridge, of Oklahoma was in the city Saturday- He has traded his Oklahoma proper- ty for property in this country. J. Prank Potts, of Crowell, spent several days in the city this week. S. V. Sweatt, of east town was in the city Saturday. B. E. Leiteh, of near |town was in the city Saturday, and While here subscribed for the Hews for one year...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 18 February 1910

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 18 February 1910

Our White Goods Sale \ Will begin Honday Feb. 21st. During this sale we will make special prices on all white goods. Including Muslins, Domestics, India Linens, Embroideries, Insertions Lawns, Piones. Bedford Cords, Poplins, Irish Linens and Ladies Muslin Underwear. Remember we carry the famous Carlton Brand of ladies Muslin Underwear and it is par excellent. Dry Goods Groceries . tKTinvmmi hrarcaoBar.-virMaB ■acgj.rmr.m.ig ■mmcm * MMNHMMMBMI 1 J. A. Crawford, had us to add his name to our popular list of readers this week. A. J. Sargent, added his name to our popular list of readers Sat- urday, for which we are very thankful. Rev. W. C. Wright, has moved to the Bob Armstrong place on Main Street. Mr. Tom Moore, of Rule, spent several days in the city this and last week. Mrs. F. E. Hindes, left Sunday for a visit to Crowell. W. H. Davis, of Aspermont, and mother, of Gorman, are vis- iting their sister and daughter, Mrs. E. 8. Denton, y _____ Darr Ratliff returned from Mineral Wells,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 18 February 1910

9 I See Petty The Harness Man For Good Goods I 8 r r V i HER OWN TRAP. A Girl Sent a Valentine to a Fel- low She Didn't Know. By HORACE HILL. [Copyright. 1910, by American Press Asso- ciation.] My brother Torn is fifteen years older than I and a very different fellow in every way. Tom never cared anything about the girls, while I confess I al- ways had a fancy for them. When 1 was fourteen I went away to boarding school and stayed until I was eighteen. I had left Tom single, and single he remained. On my return I could see, over a high hedge that separated our place from the one adjoining, that during my absence a family had moved in there, among the members of which was a girl as pretty as a peach. She was about sixteen years old, wearing her skirts to the tops of lior boots. I rather fancied she was not averse to practicing any kind of mischief that might occur to lien • • * .This__wgi a mepe juforence till St. Valentine's day came round; then it I "LET ME GO! I DON'T KNOW YOU." b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 25 February 1910

THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. Official Or<run of Knox Ci*j' ami Knox ('onntv. WIS REACH THE FKOPLE, AND OUK MOTTO IS: "lOiOX CITY FIRST. THE WORLD APTEltWAllU" VOL. 6. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1910. NO. 5 REV. G. L BAL- LARD LEAVES A Week of Doctrinal Sermons At M. E. Church Rev. C. L. Ballard closed his week of doctrinal sermons at the Methodist church last Sunday night. Rev. Ballard proved to be a very deep man, and this special lin° of study has enabled him to bring out the strong- points in Methodism to the entire satisfaction of h's members. The attendance throughout the entire week was good and the Me- thodist people feel greatly ben- efited as a result of his visit. MOVING PIC- TURE SHOW To Be Opened By J, E, Kirk- sey Tomorrow. J. E. Xirkgev is preparing to open up a movv.ig picture show in Kucx City, the first perform- ance ta take place Saturday. Mr. Kirksey is very favorably known to our readers, as I12 has been listid among our business men and has ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 25 February 1910

%. W •. • '■HK.*- * • w ..'11 - m Keep Texas money in Texas, Ft Worth Life Insurance To Wíiottl it May Concern: The Fort Worth Life Insurance Compauy is a home company, organized under and abiding by the laws of Texas, managed and operated by men of experience, means and integrity, with whom I am well acquinated. This Company offers contracts as sound and liberal as any foreign company, and is as strong, and safe, and sure to meet its every obligation. Believing as 1 do, in patronizing home industry first, and building up Texas institutions first, heartily commend The Fort Worth Life Insurance Company, with its clean record, sound manage- ment and worthy agents to the kind consideration of those who may desire good life insurance. Respectfully; W. H. Cowden President. First National Bank, Midland, Texas. E. B. Atterbury, Agent for Knox County. ■Muran* w m.tma ■mreuicmr* CL-vneKir-sr ■wanf.'-. vi .«. «x. ' -H : Trr.1w r \ " rsarxuvxi :i •rrTBrnrwiwjfican...'. w-" ^rTTr.rrrr.\rx.xrr e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 25 February 1910

A MU EPISODE. —H .Hie Reckless Girl and the Man With the Wicked Face. Wf AOMKS Q. SROQAN. (Copyright, UU>, by Amtrlflu Presa Amo* aUttoa.] Mitt Elisabeth Robbioa regarded her fcrother thoughtfully across the break- fast table. "Jackie," she said, "I am going to Work"—a pause—"In the slums." "You are not," responded Mr. Rob- bins decidedly, "going to do anything of the sort." Then Bettle came down to her broth- •r's end of the table. "Oh, wait until you hear about the plan, Jackie," she pleaded, "and re- member that I shall only go one after- noon each week. Mrs. Holmwood is interested In a mission away down"— Settle's eyes opened very wide—"in tho worst part of the city. It is called Welcome hall and has been started through the efforts of that great preacher, Dr. Henry Huntington Smith, who has come here recently. "Mrs. Holmwood says that they gath- er the women and men of that vicin- ity into Welcome hall every afternoon and evening, servo coffee, have music, speaking, and—oh, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 25 February 1910

GENERAL DIRECTOPV ^ riethodist Church. I • - ' Rev. M.S.Leveridge, Pastor. : Services first and third Sun- days, morning and evening. Sunday School io 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. Prefbyterlan Qhurch. Rov. H. M. Smith, Pastor. Services every 4th Sunday, Morning and Evening. First Baptist Church. Rev. R. B. Key, Pastor. Services ist and 3rd Sundays morning and evening. Sun- day School every Sundav. %/ J V 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 Office 48 Residence 89 * C. E. BAILEY DENTIST Per m a n e n ti y Located Office above Farmers' Bank. John H. Brice Physician and Surgeon KCn&O Surgeon Office over Farmers Slats Bank PHONE 76; RFSIDENGE 55 I. O. O. F. Meets every Friday night. Dr, Ira J. Culver, N. G. Geo. T. Petty, S...

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