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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 27 May 1910

i , n ■ .y « *) ... , 3, I h 8 '- v'^' g«r v7-««gCTMwrr- *«- • rr 17 II tíSfc a Pi I I i Our Store is the People's Store. The Busy Big Store you Hear so Much about. The Store Where your Dollars Go Farthest. f BKBI EI0HB0RH00D NEWS % Happenings of Interest Gathered for the aenefit of Our Header* League Items. It has been some time since we have seen any news from this part of the beautiful Knox Prairie. Crops are looking fine since the rain. Miss Fannie Boyd left Satur-J will continue this way. day for her home, in Williamson county. Mr. Boans visited his sister, Mrs. G. W. Ely Monday. Mr3. Crouch and children vis- ited Mrs. Hodges Sunday. &r G. 0. May and C. A. Mad- lock made a business trip to Munday this week. G. W. Ely and family spent Sandav with Mr. Ross and fam- ily. Sunday May 29, is children's day at League, will also have a Sunday school rally and dinner on the ground, everybody come and bring a well filled basket. J. M. Snelson brought a loaci of furniture home Saturda...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 27 May 1910

?'■ . [ I pi': ü I ' / it y ■ The Mechanic's Reprieve A Drama in Three Acts by the Famous Writer, John M. Hui phy. Tc Be Given by the Knox City Dramatic Club Under the Auspices of the Knox Citv School Board at the School Auditorium IGHT, MAY 30th, 1910 Cast of Characters Ool. Harrington, a country gentleman .Jno. Atterbury John Rotiers, a yo::n:s mechanic J«t' I'eurce Warden Joyce, a kiml official.... 'J,K' ^ox Dan Trogau, a woman 'uvter Pete < re a right Lester Wilson, a scheniihi politician John Wilson E. Z. Walker, a stmleut ol' mtttiro Gov. Baley, a -.tern executive Huberts, a model footman Malty Harrington, a tri e woman ... Annie Kee<l. a lovelorn inai'i ftouise Wilson, a deserted wife ...L¡v. Jackson .Miss Kittie Fearce Lottie Enlow Kit v Fox The characters have been selected with respect to their peculiar fitness for the parts they represent and great care has been exercised in the preparation of every detail and no pains have been spared in arranging- the best enterta...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 27 May 1910

Mfiflü H We are Giving Away Pree and Plate Glass Mirrors Come and ask about it and get a punch card Dry Goods and Groceries L .*m *<> •penmgs Rev. J. E. Chase, of Benjamin was in the city Tuesday. Messrs Pearce and Anderson v ere in O'Brien Tuesday. F. M. Harrison, of route one was in the city Wednesday. U. V. Thomas, of route two was in the city Wednesday. L. B. Hammock made a busi- ness trip to Benjamin Wednes- day. Rev. W. C. Wright and Mr. Chilcoat were visitors to O'Brien Tuesday. J E. B. Reese and C. W. McConn of near Cliff were in the city Wednesday. Uncle Lem Earnest was in the city this week in the interest of his candidacy. D. G. Home, who spent the last two weeks with relatives here, returned to his home at Gilliland last Friday. The little girl of Mrs. Viola Lazenby, of near Cliff died Wed- nesday morning and was buried at Cliff Wednesday evening. Mrs. Grace Reederand Misses Alyce an:l Henry Etta McLain were pleasant callers at the News O.fice Tuesday evening. B. F...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 27 May 1910

I Land! Land! ■ We Are in That Busine s During our absence from Kno 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 ouf 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. AH correspondence promptly answered. u W. M. SandiferLand Co. Inc. / Knox City 1' 0. K. Chop House. - •a u I am again the owner and proprieter of the O. K. Chop house. I have added several hun- dred dollars to..the fixtures and stock and.will be better able to serve you .in the future. I heartily solicit yoiir patronage and promise in.return some- teing good to eat. Call and see me. icé tr' • I V tñ i J. H. BREWER, Prop. ¡ One Iron in the Pire! I have just one iron in the Fire but I keep, it Red Hot! I handle Furniture alono and give all my time to it. Istudy the demand and know what to keep....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 3 June 1910

ti i 4 3 ■ i THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. Official Organ of Knox City and Knox County. WE REACH THE PEOPLE, AND OUR MOTTO IS: "KNOX CITY FIRST, TIIE WOULD AFTE11WAUD" VOL. 6. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, TEXAS, IT* ID AY, JUNE 3 1910. 18 Colquitt, Davidson, Johnson and Poindexter for Governor Sosak at Diferant Placea. Straw Vote Taken Shows Poindexter in the Lead Luling, May 28. —O. B. Col- quitt candidate for Democratic nomine tion for governor of Tex- as, spoke here this afternoon. In reviewing the course of the present campaigh he*, said that he was not indulging in mud slinging but that all the other candidates seemed to be very busy with their attacks on him. Colquitt declared that local self government and the present form of representative govern- ment under the constitution is preferable to the system of run- ning over law and order as pro- posed by Cone Johnson. 4'Each precinct, county and district may decide for itself these questions on prohibition and the submission of the amend- me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 3 June 1910

it* t Í Í m i lis; P Building mate- rials of all kind Sherwin Will- iams Paints a specialty. We solicit your inquiries. J.C.W00LDRIDGE Jas. Sawyers, Mgr. IJJc Lands. T1, ¡irf,,'rity of J community 5«cr. j . upun the activity of its prop —.1: ;l ?!:- pc pic Improved pub lie highway iitiord facilities for :r.ar ¡'r eduction, stimulate commer vi.il activity and otherwise encourage 'igri.-ul":r?.! development. To increas; ut:production we must brins? - c .' nation idle land and in- r. ¡-i the yield per acre Wi ' . c in Texas 167,¿63.000 acres of ¡ar.i Of this area ther* are 2.11.-. ■ ¡'i icres of water surface All .ur ; i> susceptible to a high de- gree f cultivation except the city arr.i and a stnal! portion wi our land u!. h i- mountainous We now have !<\s- ritan ^0,000,000 acres oi land under n:ltivat;.in, leaving 137,000,000 acres *>{ land that has never been plowed. Id'e !; • ! is of course no value to a ;omn ; ity. and to increase o'ur pros- prri"\ we mi!<t put activit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 3 June 1910

;Vf BONDS BONDS BONDS To Bankers, Merchants, Public Officials, County Officers, Lawyers who may require bonds for their Clients, Builders and Contractors, and all others having to give bond in their professional duties. f I am prepared to execute bonds through the strongest and largest surety company in the United States, for any amount, even up into the Millions. Will be glad to quote you rates and give you all information upon application for same. W Don't Burden your friends, asking them to go on your bond when I can attend to the matter. i Ü K si n n I P n 1 Mil w M SAND Li KNOX CITY, an ia- © TEXAS UWK 'Manm. xitia ■nccr.* -r-iaowi-rvnimnimr K.r" * 7ri£, 3.'-"0*.*LJ 'HHHWIHJUW.■'—■1'tpwi.uiiHfin 1^11 rna -.anjmh natuc r • AtueimuMMiuAUMXtnitMiuumnMix^ mju ¡.. mí. ..^A-naumamurrzsx r DO YOU WANT The Best? "I i That's What we Serve all the Time at the Foun- tain of Frizzell and Carnes Co. Ail the popular Cold Drinks and lee Cream. We keep our Drug line up-to-date with the best of...

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

I'' ■.'i;'*'' Wr ¡ I it i i II l v DIRECTORY Hethodíst Church. Rev M. H. Leveridge, Pastor. Services every Sunday morn- ing and everting. Sunday School 10 a. m. every Sunday. Central Baptist Church. v • Kev. W. C. Garret, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4th Sundays morning and evening. Sun- I 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 Snnduys morning and evening. Sun- School every Sunday; at io- o'clock. Dr. F. E. Stone Office at Orient Drug Store Phones Office 48 Residence 89 C. E. BAILEY DfcNTIST Permanently Located Office above Farmers' Bank. John H. Brice Physician and Surgeon KCH&O Surgeon Office over Farmers State Bank PHOflE 76; RFSIDENCE 55 I. O. O. F. Meets every Friday ni^ht. W. W. Hyde ^ • (v Wm, Cantley, Sec. w. o....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 3 June 1910

NOW IS THE TIME To Pick Up Bargains at Our Store n A Few Refrigerators at Close Out Prices. A few High Grade Smith's Axminister 9 x 12 Art Squares, also a few patterns of Ingrain and Brussells Carpet. This is all new goods brought in stock this Spring. We do not believe in carrying from one season to another. Bring the money and you will get the goods at a price below the Rock. Cream freezers, croquet sets, Hammocks and all Summer Goods going at close margins of profit for cash, or ON TIME. We are here with the twine, oil, binders and repairs, and our time is yours to help save this grain crop. We are Heanquar- ters for everything carried in our line. Command us. We are Yours, UNDERTAKERS AND Ti 7 \.lLi Joi M¿¡ rrrTTT.-rnL-snsvs cr? i •r.ir.rr.w.i • p.- innr ; wttrnnxs . ar*^-Tr>.L /nr. "vr yyuna• -v^nnir-ivnaiami*. uuikajn^wixsunm'kuuurvwxraarasisrt.ttimvkbiunaelabn^'.T-r' i u. wjanr.iwm'.'ia rvrrrr ti i in i iiiii i n ■ i j tajosx.'- r.jxr cci*r.v--'nrna3«-itj:npr jjr*:7^..• rr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 3 June 1910

Y • . <lj -fíl f Ü . \ 1 "• IÉÉ ! I I i? i ,| I I I Ü i ■■ '; )!• / '• 1 I i i 1 I N I [j I I ■ ! II ¡11 I S ill : 7 J f ( £ y i Our Citizens. The density of popujrtion ant] tin activity of the citizenship has largely to do with the prosperity of a com munity. We must look to the stork and the immigration agent to increas- our population. Texas lias the larg est families of any State in the Union The size of the average Texas family is I. £5, and the size of the averag< family in the United States is 4.7.*. We have in Texas 122,000 births an nually, which is a birth every foui minutes. nwet t* " Texas Stork. We have 43,734 deaths, which is one death every twelve minutes. We have a net gain in population of nine per hour, or 78,266 per annum. Our birth tate is 33 per 1.000 population per an .num, and the death rate 11 per 1,00 > population per annum, making a net natural gain of 22 per 1J000 population per year. We find that 30 per cent of the people born in Texas go to othe...

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

" T' r hlaUmyj" r.i . M Knox City Mercantile Company Our Store is the People's Store. The Busy Big Store you Hear Much about. The Store Where your Dollars Go Farthest. so 1MB Local Happenings ings ¿ Following is the Receptin Committee for the Sacred Harp Singing to be held at Knox City Sunday, W. W. Hyde, J. A. Wood, R. W. Warren, L. C. Por- ter, Geo. Petty and W. M. Sand- ifer. A large crowd is expect- ed to attend and a good time is promised to all. Fred Scott called at our office Monday and says that he don't know what is the matter with himself unless he is in love. We have heard others say that too, and when so manv minds runs in the same channel it makes the evidence all the stronger. Take notice preachers. C. S. Kitchings who has been at Rochester for the past few weeks returned home last week and was a pleasant caller at our office Monday. Mrs. E. C. Couch left Monday for a visit to her parents near Midland. She will spend several months with them on the ranch. W. T. Haywood...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 3 June 1910

J t ll I I 1 Ll I i 1 I Land! Land! i We A re in That Busine s During our absence from Kno 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. V W. M. Sandifer Land Co. Inc. v. Knox City r / .J (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) all together shows Poindexter to be in the lead by a large major- ity. We are of the opinion how- ever, that these so incomplete returns will not elect either of thf candidates, and we hardly think that the straw vote will assist in determining the results of July 23. Lone Oak, May 26. — As a re- sult of a straw vote taken at this place for governor, Judge Pondexter received 56, Colquitt, 16; Johnson, 9; and Davidson, 6. Longview, May 27. —F. B. Brown and T. A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 10 June 1910

I ú THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. Official Organ of Knox City and Knox County. WE REACH THE PEOPLE, A3ÍD OUR MOTTO IS: "KNOX CITY FIRST, THE WOULD AFTEliWAHD" VOL. 6. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 10 1910. NO 19 Severe Battle is Expected Soon in Yucatan, Mexico TrooDS Being Rushed to Secne, Where Police and Judges Were Killed. News Discovers Author of the Russel Letter. the the the whiskey as advertised by him in many newspapers throughout the country. The advertisements inserted by Bailey claimed that upon receipt of a money order for four dollars he would send seven quarts of the best whiskey manufactured. Many people an- swered on account of the low price offered. About twenty-five papers who took the advertise- ments were also victimized as they did not receive pay for their space. Amount Bailey obtained -js not known. MissSkaggs who has been vis- iting her sister Mrs. Farmer for a nymber of months returned to her home at St. Louis last Sun- day. Tom Moore was down from Cr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 10 June 1910

. inag • «3DI Í it ¡I m I I I! I « a I 1 S ■ ■1 « ■ I I I X B I "t I w i I Í I I I ■ f L- m JUST A FEW < We Have a Few More Subscriptions To the News For Sale. Call and Get \ One Before They are All Gone One Mr. Sawyers, our prominent lumber man, made another trip to Goree Sunday—plenty of pret- ty girls in Knox City. Wonder why-they don't stop him? E. C. Shipp is opening up a bartecue stand at the old meat market stand on Central Avenue and vyill be in a position to ac- comadate all wno wants to pur- chase anything in this line in a few days. The K. of P. lodge of this place met in regular session .last night. New officers were elec'- ed and a nice supper served. Ail had a good time ar.d rejo'ced at having the honor of reing a member of this grand lodge. Míís Wood, who has been at- tending colledge at Wichita Falls returned home this week. She reports a pleaqant time at school but that she was very glad to get home again. Advertised* Letters, Parties q>.lling fo* thc&e. l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 10 June 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 i _ Local Happenings Mrs. Carrie Ziegelmeyer, of Galveston came in Saturday for a months visit with relatives. Mr. Arch Downing came in Saturday off the road to spend Sunday with relatives. Misses Madie and Bell Luns- ford entertained their girl friends Thursday night in honor of Miss Bessie Hill. We have plenty of wheat and oat sacks. Also, lots of good thrashing coal. S. Edwards. 2t If 5^>ur machine is out of fix take it to Tompkins, Knox City he will fix it for you for he has .an Iron Lathe. Fruit Jar rubbers and tops for •sala1 at the Knox City Racket Store. 4t Go to Tompkins machine shop for your repairing, he sure can «do the work. -\. Miss Daisy Howell, of O'Brien was in the city Friday. Rev. and Mrs. J. D. Crockett went to Stamford Friday to look for a location. j. B. Janes left for Ft. Worth Sunday. James Partridge, of nea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 10 June 1910

II II «i I if If í a II v n ! & •Id i* p; :t n P 31 II 8 i iíi !#; t' Sí Hethodist Church. Rev M. S. Leveridge, Pastor. Services every Sunday morn- ing and evening. Sunday School 10 a. in. 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 J night. Ladies Aid Thursday | 3 p. m. at the church. I ^ 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 80 C. E. BAILEY DENT I ST Permanently Located Office above Farmers' Bank. i John H- Brice Physician and Surgeon KCfl&O Surgeon Office over Farmers Sfate Bank PHONE 76; RFSIDENCE 55 1. 0. O. F. Meets every Friday ni<i;ht....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 10 June 1910

NOW IS THE TIME To Pick Up Bargains at Our Store A Few Refrigerators at Close Out Prices. A few High Grade Smith's Axminister 9 x 12 Art Squares, also a few patterns of Ingrain and Brussells Carpet. This is all new goods brought in'stock this Spring. We do not believe in carrying from one season to another. Bring the money and you will get the goods at a price below the Rock. Cream freezers, croquet sets, Hammocks and all Summer Goods going at close margins of profit for cash, or ON TIME. We are here with the twine, oil, binders and repairs, and our time is yours to help save this grain crop. We are Heanquar- ters for everything carried in our line. Command us. We are Yours. UNDERTAKERS AND TIN WORKERS WEST TEXAS SUPPLY CO. r Halley's Comet Has Come and Gone, but 1 Am Still Here With Cut Prices on Dry Goods, Cloth- ing, Shoes and Hats Nicest line of Shoes and Slip- pers in town. Fresh Line of GROCERIES Headquarters for Boquet Flour. Come and see me. Yours For Business, Wm. Cantley. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 10 June 1910

If ► M ÍLumberl Building mate- rials of all kind Sherwin Will- iams Paints a specialty. We solicit your inquiries. J.C.W00LDRIDGE la Jas. Sawyers, Mgr. Temple, Texas, May 20.-Suit was filed in the district court at Belton yesterday by attorneys representing the Temple State bank, City National bank and First National bank of Temple, directed against Tax Collector N. A. Ensor, County Judge W. S. Shipp and the Bell county commissioners' court seeking to enjoin the collection of State and connty taxes from plantiffs for the year 1909, alleging that while other forms of property were as- sessed at a valuation of about 50 cents on the dollar, that bank stock had been assessed at par, thereby creating an inequality and destroying uniformity \ as provided for by the constitution. The trial of the case will excite great interest, as this is the first time that a test of the new tax law has been made in Bell coun • ty. Houstin, May 23.—Burglars eary this morning entered the Congress street s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 10 June 1910

BONDS T BONDS Ml' To Bankers, Merchants, Public Officials, County Officers, Lawyers who may require bonds for their Clients, Builders and Contractors, and all others having to give bond in their professional duties. 1 am prepared to execute bonds through the strongest and largest surety company in the United States, for any amount, even up into the Millions. Will be glad to quote you rates and give you all information upon application for same. Don't Burden your friends, asking them to go on your bond when I can attend to the matter. s .vv y KNOX CITY, TEXAS. lib DO YOU WANT The Best? ; I do all kintds of tailor work ! such as pressii g, cleaning, etc. Let me order your clothing. - R. T. Carney. O'Brien, Texas. Miss Alma Rogers lef Thurs- day for a visit to Georgetown. It is reporten that. Mr. Cliff Rogers and wife will visit Kncx City the last of this week. A Great Of- fer to You! That's What we Serve all the Time at the Foun- tain of Frizzell and Carnes Co. All the popular Cold Br...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 10 June 1910

L .i [f¡ €39"' "ill r i Land! Land! 'S I We Are in That Business 11 v I ;i i i i >i f During our absence from Krio 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. I i . i í \ 1 Ü it Í Ü- I i If I v W. M. Sandifer Land Co. Inc. Knox City .J oo n Go To The DRed Front Livery Stable For good rigs and prompt service. II Stanford & Sutton, Props. OJUJii—ifcaocaoocao o D D [=□ D O | City Barber Shop I have good sharp razors. This together with my fM long experience at the trade, guarantees satisfac- S tion to my customers. All kinds of tonsorial work i ¥<■ § J. A. Hallmark, Prop. Xá I Palace Barber Shop Sharp ra/ers and eléon towel?. All kinds of bar- ber and tonsor...

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