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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 25 February 1910

Knox ercantile Company Our Store is the People's Store. The Busy Big Store you Hear so Much about. The Store Where your Dollars Go Farthest. narrt3HBnani^ui:7.82aaivm** n; • • -«ouikxtji ; VI-WJ::: • - ^rnKBHffSDBaari^scaxroa; .v,r.^raci^*^ss2m!m^^\Ler.A«;TOZi3t¿i;: tas rr Tmmiutnmaaict rxcra i a* evtw .TUiann - rjrnr?7rzzwz*rtajia-j*r.. . . v.r- «a. .. •)••.' HjRn/..; : sa •••.•■:■ VCJ . .V- . • .Ji-U.L . . iOUBu<- -v. . Z . ..; Ulil.'lSMt:.1-', KBUOFlTaaaUi ;r.ynt^j:vMmmmenumn>.wmT in— n .rxtrxfUT1:- •'nnaryxmsmrcrr 11 *t >; . vriuttiw^awOTUJiu imMin-wt. a - jav^.^-v^ujsi^.*^i¿..una:xxií.wu:n*iüij3a ijiuw«eu-i ; iw«i k.t 1/ . 3 '■SKEWSW im. iran^f scxnaKKupnaa Local Happenings Joe Fox, editor of the Moran News, visited home folks Sunday. Miss Mary Fogle visited rel- atives in Seymour last week. ^ C. G. Carpenter was trading in town this week. L. A. Ross, was in the city Wednesday. Hugh Matthews, of Gi'ace was in town Wednesday. A. J. Nash, of Grace, was in Knox City Wedne...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 25 February 1910

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 25 February 1910

- Our White Goods Sale Is Still In Full Blast Our Spring line of Oxfords are in and it is time to begin to think and look. / Boys--Remember what's left of our winter clothing goes regardless of cost. Dry Goods Groceries rings Local Happenings W. B. Thompson, was in Knox Citv Monday. Walter Harris, of near O'Bried was in the city this week. W. H. Palmer, who lives north of town was in the city Monday. Prof. K. C. Spratlin, of Ham- lin, was in Knox City Saturday. - Clay Jones and wife of Chilli- cothe, were in the city this week. R. H. Harris, was tradnig in Knox City Wednesday. C. D. Southall, was in town Wednesday. Mr. McCan, of Munday, was in Knox City Monday. Mr. Tankersley, of near Cliff, was in the city Monday. Z. T. Rogers is now riding in anew buggy. J. M. Brock was in Knox City Saturday. W. H. Hodges, was trading in town Saturday. Roy Butler, was up from Ham- lin Saturday. M. A. Verholan was trading in town Saturday. J. F. Bean, of near Rochester, fíras trading in the city Mo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 25 February 1910

I I See Petty The Harness Man For Good Goods. I I OUR WATER PROPOSITION Orient Officials Conversas with J.E. Kirksey. The Orient Railroad is contem- plating making Knok City a wat- er station. The nearest water the railroad has on the north is Elmer, Oklahoma, and San An. gelo on |the South. We have plentv of good water and if used by the Orient people it will be because thev are unable to get water elsewhere and must lo0k to Knox City. J. W. Titley, supertendant of the Building and Bridge Depart- ment, and Col. Dickenson, Gen- eral Manager of the road, passed thru the city Thursday in the latters private car. In responce to a telegram from Mr. Titley, J. E. Kirksey of our city met them at the depot. Mr. Titley asked that Mr. Kirksey, who owns a fine well near the track, make them a proposition to furnish them 60,000 gallons of water per day, which Mr. Kirksey declined to do stating that he would re- fuse no reasonable offer from them. Out of one eight inch cylinder Mr. Kirksey has ...

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

' A ÓVW* . 'dmt- KNOX COUNTY NEWS, Official Organ of Knox C •ity and Knox County. WE REACH THE PEOPLE, AND OUR MOTTO ISi «KNOX CITY FIRST, THE WORLD AFTERWARD" VOL. 6. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1910. NO. 7 LETTER FROM JUD6EHUNTER Oí Interest To The Farme ot Knox Prairie Ft. Worth, Tex., March6,1910 Editor Knox County News: Dear Sir: Reared on a farm in «-Kentucky, 8 broke my rented ground with ox- ens and plowed barefooted many and many a day to save my shoes for Sunday, I am naturally the friend of the farmer and the laboring man and I want to say a word or two to our farmers of the Knox prairie country, espes- ially to the tenant class, and I know what I am talking about. There is a great stir now among the political and civic econtmist "iff ascertain the cause of high prices of living., You are inter- ested in the question more than anybody else unless it is the poor laboring men in the cities who are compelled to pay the prices 'for food which the grocery ...

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

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

Our White Goods Sale Is Still Blast Our Spring line of Oxfords are in and it is time to begin to think and look. Boys==Remember what's left of our winter , clothing goes regardless of cost. Dry Goods Groceries Local Happenings U. V. Thomas, of. west of town was trading in the city Tuesday. J. H. McGee, of near O'Brien was in the city Saturday. W. E. Brock, of west of town was in the city Wednesday. A, C. Ratliff, of near O'Brien was in Knox City Saturday. R. D. Bell, of Benjamin spent several days in the city this week. Will Stamps, of Gillispie, was in the city Saturday. J. A. Stevens, of Benjamin was in the city Tuesday. M. L. Benton, of near Cliff was in town Saturday. Miss Benton, of Cliff was in Knox City Tuesday. R. W. Warren made a business trip to Ft. Worth this week. F. C. Crouch, of League was in town Tuesday. E. 0. Rigsbee was down from Crowell Sunday. F. M. Harrison, of route one was in the city Tuesday. Lenord Ellis, of Rule was visit- ing in Knox City Sunday. B. B. Tra...

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

■ I Safe, GENERAL DIRECTORY riethodist 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. Rev. W. C. Garret, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4th Sundays morning and evening. Sun- day School every Sunday. Presbyterian Church. • Sunday School every Sunday morning, 10 o'clock. First Baptist Church. Preaching 2nd and 4th Sun- days. R. F. Swift, Pastor. Prayer meeting on Thursday night. Ladies Aid Thursday 3 p. m. at the church. 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 Permanently Located Office above Farmers' Bank. John H. Brice Physician and Surgeon KCH&O Surgeon Office over Farmers State Bank PHONE 76; RFSiDENCE 55 L 0. O. F. Meets every Friday ni^ht. Dr, Ira J. Culver, N. G. Geo. T. Petty, Sec. W. O. W....

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

Knox City Merc Our Store is the People's Store. The Busy Big Store you Hear so Much about. The Store Where your Dollars Go Farthest. j \ Local Happenings <1— ings ^ R. W. Warren, visited at Trus- cott last Friday. G. B. Warren left last Friday for Crowell. U. V. Thomas, of route two, was in the city last week. F. M. Harrison was in Knox City last Friday. Mr. Sam McGee, left last Fri- day for Rochester. W. C. Hill, of Munday was in Knox City last Friday. Cal Farmer, of near town was in the city Saturday. Elmo Collins, of League was in Knox City Saturday. A. W. Harris, of east of town, was in the city Saturday. E. M. Thompson, of near O'Brien was trading in Knox City Saturday. Messrs. M. B. Mimms and John Armstrong was in the city Saturday. Mrs. Bowden and children, of Munday passed thru the city last Monday enroute to California. Mrs. S. L. Sansing, of Ford county, who has boon visiting relatives near this city returnedJpl home last Friday. pr< Bob Hinton, of Benjamin, was in t...

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

SI :¿ >k í " Keep Texas money in Texas, . Worth Life Insurance Company To Whom 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. i' ff Knox City Bind. Dr. F. E. Stone reports that he was a visitor among the band boys on last practice night and was greatly surprised at the pro- gres...

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

"T N jtice of Sheriff Sale. State of Texas, 0ounty of Knox. By virture of an order of Bale iesued out of the Honorable Dis- trict Coiyt of Galveston county, Texas, on the 25th day February, 1910, by the clerk thereof, in the case o f Eliza Kempner, who trades and does business under the firm name and style of H. Kempner, and who sues herein in her capacity as the duly qual- ified and acting survivor in com- munity of herself and deceased husband, Harris Kempner. Against T. G. Oarney, No. 26714, and to me as Sheriff, di- rected and delivered, I have lev- ied upon this the 7th day of March, 1910, and will, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m. on the first Tues- day in April, 1910, it being the fifth day of said month, at the court house door of said Knox Oounty, in town of Benjamin, proceed to sell at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash in hand, all the right, title and in- terest which T. G. Oarney had on the 7th day of March 1910j or at any time there...

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

kV' i m H 11 ;1 m i i See Petty The Harness Man For Good Goods. Advertised Utters, Parties calling for these letters will please state that they ar$ advertised, give date and pay to postage due on eaoh. J. E. Clarke, V. "M. Knox City, Texas. March 1, 1910. Fowler, Katie Miss. Graves, M. F. Hadaway, Mary Mrs, Thomas, M. D. Mrs. March 6, 1010. Batcheler. M. E. Mrs. Brocken, Jane, Bennett, Eulah. Edwards, J. E. Smith. J. R. Taylor, Clarence. Colquitt is a man of clean char- acter; he has made the railroad! commission what it is,' the best of its Kind in America. He has stood nobly for the people's rights against all the blandishment of railroads, and God and the office holder only knbws how terribly tempting these blandishments are. Young, aggressive, vigor- ous, able,b elected governor, the Chief hasn't the least doubt in the world he would malee an ext ecutive Texas would be proud of to the end of time.—Comanche Chief. '"Vrizzell & Carnes Co. , I We have the Goods. We want your t...

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

KNOX COUNTY NEWS. T Oficial Organ oí Knoi; City and Knox County. WE RBAOH THE PEOPLE, AND OUR MOTTO 18: «BairOÉ CITY FIB0T, THE WORLD A.! rTERWARD** VOL. 6* KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY. TEXAS FRIDAY, MARCH 18,1910. NO. 8 NEWS ITEMS FROM CUFF /' " By Our Faithful Gorrespon- dant Mr. Joe Sewell, who has been sick for several days is able to be out among his friends again. T. J. Fowler, Zack Hammock and Claeve Angle left Monday for Ft. Worth to attend the Fat Stock Show. Sol Ingram went to Sunset, Sunday afternoon. Misses Jewler Fowler, Claudie Benton, Mattie Newton, Messrs. Cleave Angle. Elmer Fowler and Ken Reed went to Midway Sun- day evening. Miss Hesther Kenamore visited Mrs. Joe Sewell Sunday. Houstin Winn and family spent Saturday with J. H. Benton.- Misses Lillian and Clauden Benton left Tuesday for Fort Worth where they will visit rel- atives. Carl Harlin, of O'Brien was in Cliff Monday. Mrs. C. W. McCown called on Mrs. Morgan Price Sunday after- noon. Ocia Ward left Tuesday for Sy...

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

4 £: 1 ¡jg V - j V*' % i 1 - a <1 r I el Í.I 1 / A .. ■ r ■ ,M. i ■ Keep Texas money in Tex^s, \ To Whom it May Concern: The Fort Worth Life Insurance Compauy is a home company, organized under and abiding by the laws of Téxas^ managed and operated by men of experience, means and integrity, with whom 1 am well acquinated. . 1 This Company offers contracts as sound and liberad 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 óf those who may desire good life insurance. Respectfully; W. H. Cowden President. x First National Bank, Midland, Texas. / E. B. Atterbury, Agent for Knox County. I I ;J •i ■ i : I ■taSm t I v N )tice of Sheriff Sale. State of Texas, County of Knox^- By tirture of an order of sale...

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

If you are in- in terested 0 building ma- terial, allcla^s- V' es, kindly see us.. Your inquiries will be appre- ciated. i J.C.W00LDRIDGE t Jas. Sawyers, Mgr. MOUTH MAY ■ BE BEAUTIFIED Important Feature In Woman's Attractiveness—Much May Be Done to Overcome Defects, Says Shirley Breese. N ONE bas but to make a passing observation of tbe mouths of women to come to the conclu- sion that they are not receiv- ing the attention required by such jpromlnent features of tbe human anat- omy. The modern woman agonizes ¡over her complexion, makes a cult of her finger nails and devotes many tiours of toll and experiment to her hair, but goes about with a mouth so unattractive as to make all of her ef- forts to beautify herself of little avail. She seems to have settled down into {he conviction that she must accept her mouth as it came from nature without ¿pnktng any attempt to improve on it. She,often falls to appreciate the fact that tbe mouth is aulte as important.a factor iii making 'fur per...

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

HiÉtoHttvnpnp DIRECTORY I ' * í |. n NiVi ■i 1 & • /a .j i! H < ni'' w- 3Ü ¡ M I I flethodist Church. Rev. If. S. Leveridge, Pastor. Services first and third Bun- days, morning and evening. Sunday School 10 a.m. every Sunday. Central Baptist Church. Rev. W. C. Garret, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4Ü1 Sundays morning and evening. Sun- day School every Sonday. A Presbyterian Church. Sonday School every Sunday morning, 10 o'clock. First Baptist Church. ,j; • '■ • . • Preaching 2nd and 4th Sun*-'' days. R. F.Swift, Pastor,; Prayer meeting on Thursday night. Ladies Aid Thursday 3 p. m. at the ehurch. 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 it C. E. BAILEY DENTIST 1 Permanently Located Office above Farmers' Bank. K • John H- Brice Physician and Surgeon K C n & 0 Surgeon Office over Farmers State Bank PHONE'76; RFSflDENCE ...

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

99 If jr • il If'! • i ' • i . " t , ... ■i m i I 1 * > . '• / 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. K. ■ J •' ' • penings Capt. R. C. Goree was in the city Tuesday. Mr. Chas. Simonton was in Knox City Sunday. Mr. Lee Thompkins, of Rule was in the city Sunday. B. F. Letch, of route une was in the city Wednesday. E. W. Holmes, of route one was in the city Wednesday. March 14, 1910. Kiddy, Mary Mrs. Sam Anderson left Wednesday night for Dallas and Ft. Worth where he will spend several days. He will attend the Sunday School Convention while at Dallas. t ' Mrs. J. E. Fields is visiting her parents near Cliff. Sam Clounts, of near town was in town Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lee McLain have rented the Bennett home, and moved in Wednesday. ' Mr. Crockett and wife of Rule were in the city this week, visit- ing his parents Rev. and Mrs; Crockett. T. N, Kelley visited in the Grace community last w...

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

■ Li ir I i a? S '1 (. r * i ; \ <' > j ' ' } I « "I , I A 8 1 L; > I ■ I The Knox County News Knox City / v. V * • s *> y 1 ' . A '£■■■• '-wn-. ■' l ■; V ' I ~ - \ " ■ ri. f ■ :• '/'% ktáJb

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

era ng V Our Millinery Opening will be Friday and Sat- urday, flarch 18th and 19th. We will show you all the newest creations in Parisian Pat- terns and we want the ladies to call and make themselves at home. We will assure you something worth your while • \ r/i Dry Goods Groceries penings Prof. J.'B. Jones was in Knox City Saturday. Jas. Partridge, of near Mun- dav was in the city Satürday. J. B. Scott and family were trading in town Saturday. Mr. McCrutchine, of Munday was in the city Saturday. - U. V. Thomas, of route two was in the city Saturday. R. Fautinberry, of Haskell county was in the city Saturday. J. F. Bean, of Rochester was in the citv Saturday." \ Uncle Jesse Jones, of route two was in the city Saturday. Chas. W. Bates, of Goree, was in Knox City Saturday. __________• B. R. Stovall attended the mov- ing picture show Saturday. C. G. Carpenter was trading in the city Saturday. Joe Gound was in from the ranch Saturday. J. E. Brannon, of Grace was in the city Tuesday. Cla...

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

—■ Ifc# A *. « *; • •• _ '■•■ V 4Mb — EETRIÜC solicit matter must not b« reprinted with- out special permlMlon.] TO PREVENT APPLE 8CAB. There may be gome readers of these Botes who have orchards wftlch have been neglected for some time past and tn which scab and other fungous pests bold sway, not only reducing the sise it the fruit produced, but greatly In- juring Its quality. To right these ills N one must spray the trees within the "two or three weeks before the blos- som buds open with the bordeaux mixture. This Is made of blue vitriol (copper sulphate), lime and water and la prepared as follows: Slack five pounds of fresh stone lime In a tight box or small barrel, using care that It floes not burn in the process, for the finer and more creamy its texture the better the mixture therefrom will be. When thoroughly slacked dilute to twenty-five gallons, preferably In the imall barrel In which the slacking has been done. Next dissolve five pounds of the copper sulphate in two or thre...

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