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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 17 June 1910

''•I'.: .«V1'' ' iM > V THE KNOX COUNTY Official Orsfan of Knox C'itv imd Knox Countv. WE REACH XIIK PEOPLE. ,V> O OUR MOTTO I*: "KNOX CITY FIltsST, THE WOHLI) AFTIOlí WAHD" VOL. 6. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 17 1910. NO ¿0 Speaking Dates For Farmers Union Speaker ¡os, Tom Taylor, t Mil M in Speaking dates in Haskell county of Tom Taylor of Cole- man county, the great apostle and evangle of the Farmers Un- ion and Cleaning Houses System; Rural Telephone Systsm, and etc. Every farmer should hear him. he will tell you all about the pro- ducer and manufacture of cotton, the cotton Gambling exchange, and many things that will be of benefit to our agriculture inter- est. Come out and hear him we want 1000 people at every place to hear him. J. P. Harrison. Following are the dates of the speaking: June 21, Plain View, 3 p. m. and Centerpoint at 8 p. m. 22, Say les, 3 p. m. and Post at 8 p. in. 23, Howard 3 p. m. and Rock- dale at S p. m. 24, Ericsdale, 3 p. m. ana at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 17 June 1910

? w pj!1 $$ 'i I i 1% hyrM ±miir iV! u5i; ■ jusr >4 F£W We Have a Few More Subscriptions To the News For Sale. Call and Get \ One Before They are All Gone Only One Dollar. en,rartyj J IP1LM. The home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wright was turned over to the young ladres last Tuesday evening from 8 to 11 o'clock. There was much myrthful joy, and a general good time. About twenty young ladies 4 'took the place".. According to previous arrangements, Bro. Wright was commanded to leave home. It being a "henparty" he was not invited, so rather than be where he was not wantjed, he deserted his own home, that the girls might have full sway. In the midst of the hilarious gaiety, he returned. Imagine his surprise, when he found three handsome young men? in the crowd, well, and neatly dress- ed, but rather timid. But all in all the verdict was, "a good time and lots of fun". Just before the departing hour refreshments of cream and cake were served and Mrs. Giles and Miss Clarke proved to be excel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 17 June 1910

■ TV' T ■ «á *L. % J" • ' £.ifl mm ■ V' ■■$?$&&■ i & !®#s HWmt ít; ÁU'tí h ? 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 : L Dr. and Mrs. Stone visited re- latives and friends at Munday this week. The doctor returned home Monday but Mrs. Stone went on to Goree where she vis- ed a few days. P. A. Cartwright has resigned his position with The Orient' Drug Company, and has left for his home at Goree, where he will spend a few days before leaving for Haskell. Have you tried Shipps barbe- cue. It's fine, bring your bucket and get the gravy with it. Once you try it and vou will be our re- gular customer. The Ladies of the Christian Church will give an ice crean supper at the church today. The proceeds to go for carpeting the church. Mrs. Pate and children, arid father Mr. Chilcoat, left Tues- day for Kaufman where they will visit relatives for a time. Miss Zena Owens, left Tu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 17 June 1910

•\r- —r-— .Twtxaa ! 0 •: GENERAL DIRECTORY TlethoiJist Church. Rt'v M. S. Levcridge, Pastor. Services every Sunday morn- ing and evening. Sunday Scliool 10 a. in. every Sunday. Central Baptist Church. Kev. \Y. C. Garret. Pastor. Services 2nd and 4th Sundays morning- and evening. Sun- day School every Sunday. Presbyterian Church. w Sunday School evei v Sunday 4 v raorninn'. !0 o'clock. First Baptist Church. Preaching 2nd and 4th Sun- days. h\ F. Swift, Pastor. Prayer meeting on Thursday night. Ladies Aid Thursday 3 }). m. at the church. Christian Church. Rev. Wright, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4th Snnduys morning and evening. Sun- School every Sunday at 10 o'clock. Dr. F. E. Stone Office at Orient Drug 5tore Phones Office 48 Residence 89 C. E. BAILEY DENT I ST Permnnently Located Office above Farmers' Bank. John H. Brice Physician and Surgeon KCn&O Surgeon Ofiice over Farmers State Bank PHDNE 76; RFSIDENCE 55 L O. O. F. Meets every Friday ni^lit. W.W.Hyde N. G. Wm. (Jantley, Seo. w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 17 June 1910

Halley's Comet Has Come and Gone, but I Am Still Here With Cut Prices cn Dry Goods, Cloth- ing, Shoes and Hats Nicest line of Shoes and Slip- pers in town. Fresh Line of GROCERIES • V Headquarters for Boquet Flour. Come and see me. Yours For Business, Wm. Cantley. J F arm arid Garden A MACHINE THAT SAVES. Manure Spreader Is a Conservator of the Farmer's Time and Money. Any machine that saves time is wel- comed in a commercial house or bank. Any business man will listen to a proposition to buy an appliance that saves time, as time is money, because help costs money. If the machine makes work lighter, does it better than the old way, there is a double argu- ment for owning it. The manure spreader does for the farmer what the letterpress accomplishes for the mer- chant. and still it is not properly ap- preciated, says the American Culti- vator. A little gumption is required to learn to operate one, and many who own spreaders have not given sufficient patience to acquiring the knack of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 17 June 1910

i. te IV. i i r. . Lumber Building mate- rials of all kind Sherwin Will- iams Paints a specialty. We solicit your inquiries. Jas. Sawyers, Mgr. if I leave to-rncrrcw (16) for south Texas to hold meetings, will be gone ¡30 days. I have ar- ranged with Rev. A. B. Collier and Rev. S. F. Hawkins to fill the pulpit for me while I am a- way, both at Knox City and Gil lispie.lSo all of my appointments will be fillod by one of these good preachers. I hope each member of these churches will feel personally re- sponsible lor every service and be present each time to see that the services does not fail for lack of your help. You have a fine"opportunity to do mission work by holding the fort at your home church while you send your pastor out on a mission for the lost. It is much more needful that you attend every service while the pastor is away than if he were here. May I count on you to do your full duty all the while I am a- way. Lovingly your pastor, W. C. Garrett. Spoaking Dates By virtue ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 17 June 1910

n NOW THE TIME To Pick Up Bargains at Our Store .acSh >ns. Vice Pr 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- te^s for everything carried in our line. Command us. We are Yours. L UNDERTAKERS AND TIN WORKERS WEST TEXAS SUPPLY CO. j DO YOU WANT The Best? 1 ' s ' — - ■ - - ■ - n. i ■ .1 , ■ mt - That's What we Serve all the Time at the Foun- tain of Frizzell and Carnes Co. All the popular Cold Drinks and lee Cream. We keep our Drug line up-to-date with the best of che...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 17 June 1910

0f- 4 if «"& II I Land! Land! i We A re in That Business Kno City we Slave ly homeseekers During' our absence from been In close touch with 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 V W. M. SandiferLand Co. Inc Knox City Chetauqua Circle. A Chetauqua Circle was or- ganized or discovered in Knox City this meek, A citizen in passing C. C. Cargill's wagon yard, noticed on several occasions quite a crowd of our prominent citizens gathered there, by do- ing a little detective work we found the above mentioned Che- tauqua in full operation the se- cret becoming know, one of the weak kneed members gave its secret away. The following com- pose the officers of the circle. C. C. Cargill, president, Geo. McMillan, vice ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 24 June 1910

■ 'its;* ' -! • . ■" — T THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. ) Official Organ of Knox City and Knox County. WE REACH THE PEOPLE, AND OUR MOTTO I : "KNOX CITY FIHST. TIIE WOHLD AFTR1ÍWAIID" VOL, 6. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 21 1910. NO 2 OHETAUOUA CIRCLE NOTES The Membership is Fastly increasing The membership of the Circle is'increasing verv rapidly. C. A. Benedict presented the name of S. W. York for membership and reccommended him as the most óxpert fisherman in this county, and proudly refered to the catch- es made on their recent trip to the Gulf. Bro. York showed a a Conk Shell to prove their asser- tions. Vice Pres. McMillan, offered a solution for reconciliation in the public weighor contest, but Chief Marshall Bradbury seeing trouble in said solution for his candidate called time on the vice presidents proposition, peace and harmony prevailing. Owing to the increased mem- bership the officers and members thought it wise to elect a chap- lain, the^namesof Wm. Cantley and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 24 June 1910

*> I ti b< I d v i I ! I ■ ¡Lumber! Building mate- rials of all kind Sherwin Will- iams Paints a specialty. We solicit your inquiries. J.C.W00LDRIDGE Jas. Sawyers, Mgr. £= X Spurge<>n Tarpley was over; from Munday Sunday, that was i to be expected, but he was a j business visitor to Benjamin or* j Monday, returning to Munday in the afternoon. He incident- ally remarked to a friend that he thought he would carry Mun- day in the weigher's race. Mrs. J n j. A. Wood and daugh- ter, Miss L'j:s left Monday for A:ison where tney will visit Mr. W >od's father and mother. Jno. A. is acting up y ;;rj. nd here al- icüdy. Mrs. J. W. Boyie left Sunday for Coleman county where she will visit her parents for a month or six weeks. J. W. will hav? to be watched by some one while she is away. If you want the job, apply at the Store. Mahan Music "Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Frizzell returned Sunday from Procter, where they had been visiting Mrs. Frizzell's people. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wright retur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 24 June 1910

, *~' —miia—in NOW IS THE TIME t . To Pick Up Bargains at Our Store m 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 Bm^selis Carpet. Tins 1 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. iaiKranar«n&ftcnn ircvjvmxrjMriaarwniui n <i: s mmmm r • • n i i in «iuhib nmufw.mmnc ijTMiiniaiawwL. i—JW .tt UUKVIJ/MI rsssESiss {mbbbbb mmsmm obbb m—> mm ® «i 1 DO YOU WANT The Best? armers Union Speaking Dates¡fl yj-ggj jl|_ far...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 24 June 1910

í GENERAL DIRECTOPV ¿nethodist Church. . Rev M. S..Leveridge, Pastor. Services every Sunday morn- ¡11 o- and evening. Sunday School 10 a. in. every Sunday. Central-Baptist Church. Kev. \V. C. Garret. Pastor. Services 2nd and 41I1 Sundays morning and evening. Sun- day School every Sunday. Presbyterian Church. Sunday School every Sunday in,ornin«:, 10 o'clock. First Baptist Church. Preaching 2nd and 4t.li Sun- days. R. F. Swift, Pastor. Prayer meeting-011 Thursday night. Ladies Aid Thursday 3 |>. tn. at the church. 1 Christian Church. Rev. Wright, Pnstor. Services 2nd and 4th Snnduys morning' and evening, ¿sun- <■ o ^ 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 Permanently Located Office above Farmers' Bank. 1. O. O, F. Meets every Friday ni<';ht. i W.W.Hyde N. G. Win. Cantley, See. w. o. w. I Meets 1st,and 3rd Saturday. C. E. Couch, C011. Com. Dr. I. M. Wilson, Clerk. flasonic Lodge. A. F....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 24 June 1910

ii. hE^BBbw w ''' ^ 1í: ' • * •. V ■. •/ wj ¿—'¿L J*2« Halley's Comet Has Come and Gone, but I Am Still Here With Cut Prices cn « hi Drv Goods, Cloth- 7 Shoes and Hats ing 9 L 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. J Ingratitude. For several days Rev. M. S. Leveridgehas been dining- and rejoicing with his friends in the absence of his good wife, every door in town was thrown open for his comfort, the very best of everything has been at his com- mand. No expense or pains have been spared to make his lonely hours during his wife's absence as pleasant and consoling as possible. At last his wife returned, and he found himself once more com- fortably surrounded by loved ones, As he was enjoying his new surroundings, there was a knock at the door, he met there the smiling fase of our lady pos- tal clerk, carrying in her hands six letters bearing Special Deliv- ery Stamps. Trembli...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 24 June 1910

!)• ERsv, .1 !>'•' ■ i •I, i i I M 1 Pa i «ÚM JUST A FEW We Have a Few More Subscriptions * i -i" To the News For Sale. Call and Get I / ; One Before They are All Gone Only One Dollar. uurj * t n liM.vMi-t IS There was a stranger in town last Sunday that showed some signs of insanity. He was taken in charge at the hotel, by an of- ficer, and carried to Benjamin where he was tried and convict- ed of lunacy. He is at present, we learn, a raving maniac, and rather dangerous to handle. He will be carried to Terrell as soon as a place can be found in the asylum. It is rather lamentable to see a strong man raving mad with a demented mind. We did not learn his name <>r from whence he came. Christian Church Rally. There will be a big Sunday School and Church Rally at'Ben- jamin next Sunday, June 26th. All the Christian churches in Knox county are supposed to take part in these services. There will be three sermons, a big Sunday School Rally at 10 a- m. anda Young Peoples meet- ing ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 24 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. !!« L ¿' Local Happenings ¡J ¡3SnF=^ M r. A Telephone Joke. his is a joke on the telephone, «i. Partridge says that several times last week he noticed that the flies were very bad about his telephone, his wife complain- ed about it and wondered what made the flies so much worse about the phone than anywhere else about the place, and still the mystery grew, Every nook airJ corner was scalded to see what caused the trouble, nothing couid be found. At last the i rouble was found, Rufus Mc. La'n bad been talking to his girl in town and the conversation was ac, sweet that the flies were aw- ful 'here was also some com- plaint by Chas, «'ringle about flies at the central board, but he didn't know the trouble until Mr. Partridge reported. The lee Cream supper given by the Christain Ladies Aid last Friday night was a very enjoya- ble affair. They...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 24 June 1910

• vV'. ? * J 11 - * I Land! Land! i im We A :4' re in That B usiness V > 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. W. M. SandiferLand Co. Inc. Knox City For good barbee *e ycu want to see me, for my place is head- quarters fcr the best. Ar)ything- to be found in an ug-to-date res- taurant. G. A. Longley. Mr. and Mrs, Fitz were in the city Sunday. Mr. Fitz is the agent of the Wichita Valley at Munday. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McLain left Wednesday for Stonewall ctounty to visit for a few days, and incidently to attend the As- permont picnic Thursday. J. T. Wilson and J. S. Mc- Neaiy, of rout ' one were in the city Monda\. Judge Milam was o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 1 July 1910

THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. Official Organ or Knox C'itv and Knox County. WE «EACII TIIE PEOPLE, AND OUR 5IOTTO IS: "KNOX CITY FIRST. THE WOULD AFTERWARD" NO 22 VOL. 6. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 1 1910. SUNDAY SCHOOL RALLEY — Met At Benjamin On Last Sun- day. Well Attended. The Rally of the Christain Churches of Knox county held at Benjamin last Sunday was a decided success. There were re- presentatives present'from Gill- iland, Vera, Truscott, and Knox City. Following is the program as carried out at the big arbor in the northeast part of town which had been prepared for the occa- sion: 10:30 a. m. Sunday school, in which all the sunday t schools of Benjamin participated. The Methodist and Baptist sunday schools met in a union session with the Christian school, and helped to contribute to the suc- cess of the accasion. There were about 240 present and the collection was $9.11, which went to the cemetery associatisn fund. It will be expended in beautify- ing the resting ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 1 July 1910

3W ■" < > y si i ILJST A FEW We Have a Few More Subscriptions To the News For Sale. Call and Get efore They are All Gone Only One Dollar I L. CMWlt In S*wth Australia. Cañete «re oaed by pswíoraJfcrtJ *pA otb*r\lo central Aturfrstía for eartiw* wool sod store*. «re br English mm weH m Afghan driver They are used for saddle at efgbre*** montba of age; at two year*. says tbe Brit lab Awtnlaiiaa, they ceo atrty froto ooo hundredweight to two bin dred weight. at three yeera. fmr hnn drad weight Boll* at foor year* n*w take «It hoodred weight of loading T: t+ camela are bred io Month Aa*irafla Tboae locally reared are better weight carriera tbao those Imported Tbej are lower net, better booed and we footed. They thrive on the graaae* errr-ei bnsbea of the country. on wbWi ttwj can be worked for many ywir*. Justifying Hi* Judgment. Mr . Pllttson— 1 declare to goodnesw. yoor Judgment I getting worse- every day! Pllttson— What'* the matter now? Mr* Pllttson - Why, on ho many oc- casio...

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

i 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. Local Happenings Mr. Wm. Cantley returned to- day from a trip to Marlin in search of health. His many friends are glad to see him home again and at the same old stand. If his report is true, and we have no right to donbt it, things happen at Marlin that we nev- er thought or dreamed of. At first we wanted to publish a re- port of his trip, but since we have ir-?;.rd it, do not thinks it wise—It would be too long. Mrs. Pitts, the very popular milliner at the Mercantile Co. left Wednesday mornining for her home in Winñe'd, Kansas. Her many friends are hoping to see her back for next reasons work. \ There is a new girl at the home of W. B. Parr since Sun- day morning. Mr. Parr is all smiles, and says she has come to stay. Mother is doing nicely. J. H. Benton, of route one is experimenting with broom corn. He sent us in a sample head this week by carr...

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

\ : i i "I J . H> ■ I . I j | I K I l! 1 DIRECTORY Hethodist Church. Rev M. S. Leveridge, Pastor. Services every Sunday morn- ing and evening. Sunday School 10 a. in. every Sunday. Central Baptist Church. * Uev. W. C. Garret, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4th Sundays rooming 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 011 Thursday night. Ladies Aid Thursday (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 j DENTIST Permanently Located . Office above Farmers' Bañk. 1 John H Brice Physician and Surgeon L. KCn&O Surgeon Office over Farmers State Bank PHONE 78; RFSIDENCE 55 L 0. 0. F. Meets eyvery Friday night. W. W. Hyde N. G. Wm. Cant...

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