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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 15 April 1910

• IV I • « m Knox 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. EIGHBORHOOD NEWS Happmindj of InUrajt Galhtrwd for thm atntfit of Our "Rtadtrj GLIFF NEWS Arthur and A. B. Lowery were in Cliff Monday night. Jewel Fowler called on Hester Kenamore Monday afternoon. Mr. R. D. Overby and wife and Olmer Holmes and family spent Sunday with Boss Benton and wife. Miss Mable Deaner spent Mon- day night with Eunice Tankers- ley. This place has been blessed with another rain, so the farmers are still smiling. Mrs. T. J. Fowler and daugh- ter Ruby spent Monday night with her daughter, Mrs. R. D. Overby. Balton Travis and Price Reese went to Haskell Friday. Floyd Ingram and Will Benton were out hunting Munday. Jewel Fowler spent last week with Mrs. Hand who now stays with her brother Marvin Ward. Little Reta Dodson spent Sat- urday with Clara and Ruby Fowl- er. Roy Gamble was in Knox City Monday.' Mr. L. 0....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 15 April 1910

Insurance .v V, : ¿¿Xi-^iüSr 'tfváá*. Keep Texas money in Texas, Fort Worth Company T° Whom it May Concern: " ' 1 beg to say that 1 have no insurance with The Fort Wort Life Insurance Company, or Fort Worth, Texas, but after a careful and thorough examinationof its contract, resources and rates of in- surance 1 advised my son, Chas. V. Allen, to take a policy with said Company, which he did and with which we are both well pleased, and should 1 drop any of the insurance 1 now have or feel able to _ _ • « a . i I ■ W i""1 TT T 1 7 • /* ^ f 7 take more 1 would take it with The Fort Worth Life. Very truly yours Phil. W. Allen, Mayor, Cleburne, Texas E. B. Atterbury, Agent for Knox County. H FIELD OF m WOMAN Nebraska Has First Indian Wom- an Doctor — New York Has First Auto "Brokeress"—Queen In Salvation Army. Dr. susan la flesche pi- COTTE, who practices her profession at Walthill, Neb., was the first Indian girl in Arucrica to study medicine. She is a granddaughter of a famous chief of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 15 April 1910

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 15 April 1910

I I Land! Land! Are That Business During our absence from Knox City we have been in close touch with many homeseekers and capitalist who are after homes and invest- ments. We are going to push this end of our basiness and if you have property to sell you will do well to list it with us. If you want to buy, sell or exchange, farm ranch or city prop- erty. We are the men you are looking for. All correspondence promptly answered. W. M. Sandifer Land Co, Inc. Knox City m ■ ¡i ,■ M I If Stevens-Taylor. Mr. Clarance Taylor and Miss Annie Stevens were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at 3:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the home of the bride's parents near Lone Star school house. Rev. W. C. Garrett pronouced the words which joined the hap- py two for all time to come. Mr. Taylor is one of our most promising young farmers. He is a good boy and has many friends in and around our city. The bride is the daughter of one of our most prospeross far- mers. She is a member of the Central Baptis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 22 April 1910

* ;a* ipWSiú''• i ' ;* ^.l«\ *• ;■ E«. ■ ■,>-.•■ -. %'SÉ/H Ütí., >■ . . * THE KNOX COUNTY Official Organ of Knox City and Knox Comity. WE BEACH THE PEOPLE, AND OUll MOTTO IS: "KNOX CITY FIRST, THE WOULD AÍTE11WAHD" NO 12 VOL. 6. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1910. SOCIALISM AND NJGGERISM How Tin "Kimrids" FUI 01 The Neck of the Coea. As one goes a little into social ism's methods at vote hunting his dtsgust deepens at every fresh discovery. As one contem- plates that "good time coming," of which all socialists talk by day and dream by night, when every pond will be filled with honey and flapjacks will grow on every sapling, where all - the faithful who helped on the "rev- olution" will have an ex-million- aire to frail the flapjacks into the honey ponds with a golden pole all studded with priceless jewels, and Lords and Dukes to fish them out and land them on the silvery bank, while Queens and Princes serve them on plates of incalculable value, and the dear ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 22 April 1910

i F SM, Keep Texas money in Texas, Fort Worth Life Insurance Company T° Whom it May Concern: • _ 1 beg to say that 1 have no insurance with The Fort Wort Life Insurance Company, or Fort Worth, Texas, but after a careful and thorough examinationof its contract, resources and rates of in- surance 1 advised my son, Chas. V. Allen, to take a policy with said Company, which he did and with which we are both well pleased, and should 1 drop any of the insurance 1 now have or feel able to take more 1 would take it with The Fort Worth Life. Very truly yours Phil. W. Allen, Mayor, Cleburne, Texas E. B. Atterbury, Agent for Knox County. IL High School Societies. The Jeffersonian and Victorian Societies met at the public school building Friday, April 15, most of the members of each society being- present, the programes w re carried out nicely. There being no further busi. the house adjourned to meet next date, April, 29, 1910. Bids Wanted. There will be a 16 days camp- meeting at Truscott, Texa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 22 April 1910

Swr-*- §i 1 I The Two Good Things To eat that makes ltfe worth while Maxwell House Coffee and hot biscuits made % • of White Crest Flour We have berries and fresh vegitables 2 times a week, keep posted and call Phone 17. §'3 Dry Goods Groceries Local Happenings Mr. Carothers, of Rochester was trading in the city Tuesday. S. I. Edwards and wife who have been visiting at Sweetwater Dublin and Commanche returned home Tuesday night. W. F. Bolin. of near Corsicana is visiting relatives and friends in the city this week. Messrs Guy Speck and Guy Ramby, of Rochester was in the city Tuesday attending the Chap- ter of Royal Arch Masons. Let us reconstruct that old ship wrecked hat. We make them new at a reasonable price. Kelly Tailoring Co. Rev. J. E. Chase, of Benjamin was shaking hands with friends in Knox City Monday of this week. Miss Alma Rogers who has been visiting at Snyder for sev- eral days returned home Satur- day morning. Mr. Chas. Simonton, visited young friends in Knox City Sun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 22 April 1910

r I í MÍ IS "•if- 1 É mm ■ - -T. C GENERAL DIRECTORY riethodlst Church. Rev M. S. Leveridge, Pastor. Services every Sunday morn- ing and evening. Sunday School 10 a. m. every Sunday. Christian Church. Rev. Wright, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4th Snndays morning and evening. 5?un- School every Sunday at 10 o'clock. 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. 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; RFSIOENGE 55 !. O. O. F. Meets every F riday nieht. Dr. Ira J. Culver, N. G. Geo. T. Petty, S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 22 April 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. m . EIGHBORHOOD NEWS iHappeningj c_f Interest Gathered for the Tienefit of Our "Readerj GUFF NEWS Crops are looking fine now and everybody seems to be in good spirits. There is still some sickness around Cliff. Miss Myrtle McCown spent Sunday with Pearl Williams. Mrs. T. J. Fowler spent a few pleasant hours with Mrs. D. A. Dodson Monday afternoon. Mrs. Jim Newton and daughter of Weinert were visiting Mrs. Lester Monday. Mr. Karstelle and family call- ed on Chas. McCown Saturday night. There was quiet a number that attended services and singing at Gillispie Sunday. Oliver Holmes and family spent Sunday at R D. Overbys. Mr. Porter Lowery and wife spent Sunday with Boss Benton and wife. A. B Lowery was in Knox City Saturday. Mrs. Loyelady and Miss Mil- dred Park, of Haskell spent Sat- urday and Sunday atT. A. Parks. Howard Park and Bert Weav...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 22 April 1910

NHflMlM 1 ■ •-"■■■ ""TT'-Í 'rr? I y.® ítáfe-«■■■ y i Building mate- rials of all kind Sherwin Will- iams Paints a specialty. We solicit your inquiries. J.C.W00LDMDGE M Jas. Sawyers, Mgr. M " " fTv ■ .7É •> Remember Your grocery bill is the most important item of your living, don't neglect it. The Cash Grocery House will treat you right. Dar Ratliff, Prop. Ctty Barber Shop I have good sharp razors. This together with my long experience at the trade, guarantees satisfac- tion to my customers. All kinds of tonsorial work M. Schneerer, Prop. The First Baptist Church. I came here as pastor the first of the associational year from Lockhart, Tex., where I served as pastor of the First Baptist in that city for two years. I came here a stranger, and found the First Baptist Church run down. The church house was out of re- pair. I set in at once to have the house repaired, and with the co- operation of the church the need- ed work was done. We then set in to have our church furnished inside...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 22 April 1910

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 22 April 1910

a«atejaaHu S*?^ • i . ■*" ""''y-' iv- .ir r,M¿wlVíhTi.iarwnrnrr "fji; f<- ; K •■.■■ K ! •. Í| .' S mmm Bp m - ■ *'' rv: K:f;! . -- eISPK * r ¡ Land! Land! ■> i We « A re m 77iaf B usiness During our absence from Knox City we have been in close touch with many homeseekers and capitalist who are after homes and invest- ments. We are going: to push this end of our business and if you have property to sell you will do well to list it with us. If you want to buy, sell or exchange, farm ranch or city prop- erty. We are the men you are looking for. All correspondence promptly answered. W. M. Sandifer Land Co. Inc. Knox City •':>;«• . «;. <4 p>, Good Eating! It" you want a good lunch c soe me. Rem cm her our < in t he city. Try it, ami si round in a restaurant. W. IÁ V 1' I 855 I >v MMi M 1 ff. Hiked to your taste, call and hille i- the best to be found t- me fur anything to be 1 also handle cold drinks. Yours for good eating and cold drinking. G. A. Longley. i I MA I I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 29 April 1910

'lili' THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. Official Organ of Knox City and Knox County. WE BEACH THE PEOPLE, AND OUR MOTTO If : «• KUTOS CITY FIRST. THE WOBLO ATTKKWARD' VOL. 6. KNOX CITY. KNOX COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY. APRIL 29, 1910. NO 13 SET-BACK FOR THE SOUTH Reports from Different Sec- tions Very Discouraging. New Orleans, La., April 26.— Further reports received here today from all parts of Louisana and Mississippi indicate that the earlier estimates of the damage to the cotton crop by the cold wave Sunday night were not ex- aggerated. The planters are now confront- ed with the serious problem of lack of seed, which may cause a smaller acreage of cotton in the South than was anticpate'd. With the killing of millions of acres of young cotton, the South has suffered the greatest financial set-back, perhaps since the Civil War. Montgomery. Ala., April, 26- A heavy frost in all parts of Ala- bama last night is believed to have killed all the cotton that escaped Sunday night. The tem- perature ear...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 29 April 1910

••f W> \ : " Keep Texas money fn Texas, Fort Worth Life Insurance Company To Whom it May Concern: „ 1 beg to say that 1 have no insurance with The Fort Wort Life Insurance Company, or Fort Worth, Texas, but after a careful and thorough examinationof its contract, resources and rates of in- surance 1 advised my son, Chas. V. Allen, to take a policy with said Company, which he did and with which we are both well pleased, and should 1 drop any of the insurance 1 now have or feel able to take more 1 would take it with The Fort Worth Life. Very truly yours Phil. W. Allen, Mayor, Cleburne, Texas E. B. Atterbury, Agent for Knox County. KMMHVW3SER?JK£I1E!S EIGHBORHOOD NEWS Happenings of Interest Gathered for the enefit of Our Headers Ü CLIFF NEWS Well, yes, the wind and sand still blows out here. Miss Lizzie Albin of Abilene is visiting her sister, Mrs. Eula Hammock. V • Roy Gamble was in Weinert Saturday. !Urs. T. A. Park and daughter, Miss Grace, were shopping in Knox City Saturday. Se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 29 April 1910

Two Good Things « To eat that makes life worth while Maxwell House Coffee and hot biscuits made of White Crest Flour We have berries and fresh vegitables 2 times a week, keep posted and call Phone 17. % Dry Goods Groceries Local Happenings \ Mr. Duval] of Benjamin was prospecting in the city this week. Mr.M. A. Harkie of William- son county Was in the city this week, and bought a c'ar of junk. Charlie Brown and family of • O'Brien were in the city ' Wed- nesday. . \ i 1 . . ... Miss Wood was on the ' sick list this week and was absent from work Wednesday, but be- ing back Thursday, we were ablp to go to press just about on time. Ron. Isaac 0. Newton was'in the city several, days this week. It must be remembo.uod .that he .is running for office, as.you.wiil see from our ann.Quncehient col- umn. . , i Mr. Lewis of New Mexico has come to Knox City and will hereafter make this his home. Dr. J. W. Barnard has pur- chased a bill of lumber for the purpose of building an extreme- ly large b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 29 April 1910

-'"kT. EBSPPg 'iff ■ , ' ft* > <.M- : ... I / -V f- Sr.*..'' GENERAL DIRECTORY M I w str. * MS ; 1 • Hi ) is riethodist Church. Rev M. S. Leveridge, Pastor. Services every Sunday morn- ing and evening. Sunday School 10 a. m. every Sunday. Central Baptist Xhurch. 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 Snniluys 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 SurgetJn KCn&O Surgeon Office over Farmers State Bank PHONE 76; RFSIOENCE 55 L O. O. F. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 29 April 1910

'' M M' Knox City Mercantile Company . i1' Our Store is the People's Store. The Busy Big Store you Hear so Much about. ' The Store Where your Dollars Go Farthest. Z'1 penings John Gound made a trip to theJ Wayne Cypert, of Lake Creek farm Monday. 3> A. Halabough was trading in the city Saturday. v- • V . Hop. Elmer Fowler was trad- ing in Knox City Saturday. . jbke Tkbweil, of east of town was in the city Saturday. A. Thomason, of route-one was in the city Saturday. t H. J. Matthews, of Crace, Tex. " •was trading in the city Saturday. Dr. Presley, of O'Brien was in the city Saturday. Mrs. C. J. Reese and children were in town Saturday. C. D. Southall, of west of town was in the city Saturday. J. A. L. Ward was trading in the city Saturday. Dr. Gibner visited Benjamin last week. Jess Snelson, of League was in the city Saturday. ■■■ Mr. H. H. Hamit, of west of'' J. A. Stevens, of Benjamin the river was a pleasant caller at was in the city on business Sat- our office Saturday. urday...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 29 April 1910

m H" '«•V i 4 V ,. I i *8? •f i , . ¡ íf &', ! i. tm 9:'vS ; I i *•« ' • i' SRj jjh -■* « i ■ 4 3$ p f It ;J: 8 I 1 I ¡■y E . i i; i 16 f ■'■ i Ipil "II II 1 — 1 Lumber Building mate- rials of all kind Sherwin Will- iams Paints a specialty. We solicit your inquiries. ( . . • <. • . *•: •- "* • i * i ft • . •~l t J.C.W00LDRIDGE Jas. Sawyers, Mgr. ! ? dses i i BRING YOUR EGGS I . . sM To the Cash Grocery houpe and get cheap grocer- rr. j ies for them. Three pound Tomatoes for 10 cents o Other goods in proportion. Just think of it! ^ Cash Grocery House | DAR RATLIFF, Proprietor s '$5 mm m A Great Of- fer to You! Every man should subscribe to his local paper, because from it he secures a class of news and useful information that he can* get nowhere else. He should, however, also subscribe to a first olass general newspaper. Such a newspaper is. The Dallas Bemiweekly News or Ft. Worth 8emiweek- ly Record Thousands of their readers proclaim them the best general newspapers in the w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 29 April 1910

Dr. W. H. SEARS "The Taffy Man" AT SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Saturday April 30th Tickets On Sale At Frizzell & Carnes Company .J 1 T«riau*yjmnflrTHTii vnwnyi—IIM Revealed Ey Fire What a Discarded Lover's Hero- ism and Sacrifice Brought Him. By ADDISON HOWARD GIBSON. Copyright, 1910, by American Press Association. The full September moon shone down upon a little cabin on the dry prairies of western Kansas, lighting up the faces of a young man and wo- man who were slowly walking up and down the open space before the door. "I was so happy, Rachel," the man paid, glancing at the strong, beautiful face of his companion, "whs1 1 heard your school up in tlie Wyoming moun- tains was closed and you were coming home. I thought you were coming to stay this time. I hope so, for, Rachel, I've loved you a long time." Dan Southard leaned toward the girl to study the effect of his avowal on her. But Rachel Winton betrayed no emo- tion. She merely turned her dark eyes from the man's eager face and looke...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 29 April 1910

SI (, í .01 i I :l I .> 11 dfe Land! Land! i We Are in That Business During our absence from Knox City we have been in close touch with many homeseekers and capitalist who are after homes and invest- ments. We are going to push this end of our business and if you have property to sell you will do well to list it with us. If you want to buy, sell or exchange, farm ranch or city prop= erty. We are the men you are looking for. All correspondence promptly answered. W. M. SandiferLand Co. Inc Knox City A Vampire How Riáj Old Father and Mather Stood1 by Their Son Even to diving Up the Farm. By F. A. MITCHEL. Copyright, 1310, by American Press Association. They say that, doctors nndV clergy- men see more of humanity as it is than any other class of men, but 1 question if the endless panorama of | Incidents typifying the different phases of human life is witnessed by any class that every day passes before bankers. Sometimes whole stories are j enacted before us spread over a term of year...

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