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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 1 May 1908

Rev. Cunningham returned yasterday from a meeting of Presbytery at Fort Worth, and reports a pleasant trip. Mollie Bailey's show was in Knox City Wednesday and gave one performance that night to a crowded tent. The performance was about the ; same as in past years, but contains some exce'- ent features. Robert Johnson, wife and son of Coleman, passed through the city yesterday en route to Crow- ell, where he will put on an automobile lir e from Crcwoll to Vernon. This will be a groat convenience for both places. The K. of P. picnic to be given on Tuesday, May 12, will be held n Uncle Bud Johnson's pasture, one mile from town. Speaking and plenty of amusements on the gronr.d. Everybody is invited to come and bring a well-filled bas- ket. A large number of men have arrived in the city duing the past few days to work on the Orient railroad. ¡The men have been sent to Benjamin, where track laying has begun, and the werk will be pushed to completion as rapidly as possible. Steel and othe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 1 May 1908

FORWARD! MARCH! HALT! * t • Here Is the Place to Get 'Em. | Deere Royal and Texas Dandy, 4 Shovel, Rigid or Parallel Beam, Balance Frame Cultivators. The Moline Captain Kidd Disc Cultivator is excelled by none. We put it against any disc cultivator on the market. Coming right along is the Dutch Uncle 6 shovel. It does the business while you rare back and whistle. John Deere and Moline Lister and Double Row Planters. Sweeps, from 6 to 26 inches, the long, slim kind, that does not hang the grass roots. Our new Mattings and Linoleums for spring are just in. The latest patterns. We Are Headquarters for Wagons, Buggies and Surries, Stoves and Ranges. We still have some of that high grade Furniture at bottom prices, for CASH. Tank and tin work a Specialty. Undertakers. West Texas Supply Co. Black Happy THE FAMOUS TROTTER Wwrn THIS IS AN ACTUAL PHOTOGRAPH OF THE HORSE. Will make the season this spring at Carney. SEASON $25 to Insure Foal Black Happy is fifteen hands and thres inches high; ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 8 May 1908

THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. Vol. 4. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1908. NO. 16 Corn for Sale. I have three or four hundred bushels of good corn for sale at 65c per bushel at crib. C. B. Teague, Knox City, Tex., Route No. 1. 16-4t-pd A NEW PIANO—Full size, in oak. A snap if bought at once. Price $125.00 in cash. N. R. Morgan. Mr. Leveritt of the W. M. Sandifer real estate and insur- ance firm, made a business trip to Munday, Rhineland, Hefner, and Goree, in the interest of the firm and was very successful in listing lands and writing insur- ance. He reports wheat fine, and that the country looks good to him. BAILEY or JOHNSON Will Go to Denver in July, but i THE ONE SURE WAY ! í i 5 !S !! IS U SI ¡I : ! I! 1 í !! ! ! : ! IS ! ! ¡I \\ ¡i ¡i ¡i to have money is to save it The one sure way to save it, is by depositing it in a responsible bank. You wiH then be exempt from the annoyance of j having it burn holes in j our pocket, and aside from ' [ the fact your money will be saf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 8 May 1908

Your Lands! I am now making an active advertising campaign throughout the Northern States for land buyers. I will have many prospectors here during the Summer. If you want to sell your lands now is the time to get on my list. I can and Will sell it if you list it with me. It will cost you nothing to list it if I fail to make a sale. Come in and talk the matter over with me. W. M. SANDIFER, THE REAL ESTATE MAN. Office in rear of Farmers' State Bank. it i i : i, II 'Si, DISCOVERING MEXICAN TOWNS. The federal government, in view of the fact that there is not a single map of the republic containing all the towns and ranches of the dif- ferent districts, has decided on the creation of the Sociedad Geográfica Exploradora, whose members are traveling throughout the republic drawing up plans of the different districts visited by them, says the Mexican Herald. Very curious occurrences are re- ported. It is said that members of the commission when exploring woods and valleys have discovered t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 8 May 1908

Happenings of Interest Gathered for the "Bens/it of Our 'Readers Carney News. The public school closed last Fridav afternoon. There was no program arranged, as it was unexpected to all. The concert Friday evening was a success, and quite a neat sum was realized, there being several in attendance from Rochester, Weinert and r;L'iei- places. Carney has a splendid band and is a talent the towu should feel proud of. Miss Bess Campbell, who has been here several months study- ing music, has returned to her home in Crowell. She made many friends while here, and will be missed by all. Earnest Teaff attended Mollie Bailey show in Knox City Wed- nesday evening. Otho Benton, who has been attending school here, has re- turned home. Fred Newell, who has been here during the school term in the interest of music, has re- turned lo his home in Crowell. He is a line musician and will be greatly missed by the i and. The Carney bail team went to Rule Saturday last, and tied up with the boys tiere res...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 8 May 1908

'¿rlliá I FORWARD! MARCH! HALT! Here Is the Place to Get 'Em. Deere Royal and Texas Dandy, 4 Shovel, Rigid or Parallel Beam, Balance Frame Cultivators. The Moline Captain Kidd Disc Cultivator is excelled by none. We put it against any disc cultivator on the market. Coming right- along is the Dutch Uncle 6 shovel. It does the business while you rare back and whistle. John Deere and Moline Lister and Double Row Planters. Sweeps, from 6 to 26 inches, the long, slim kind, that does not hang the grass roots. Our new Mattings and Linoleums for spring are just iri. The latest patterns. We Are Headquarters for Wagons, Buggies and Surries, Stoves and Ranges. We still have some of that high grade Furniture at bottom prices, for CASH. Tank and tin work a Specialty. Undertakers, i & West Texas Supply Co. { tí I I m w V s o V W o li KNOX COUNTY NEWS E. B. ATTERBÜRY, Jr., Editor. Published Every Friday Evening. FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1908. Entered as second class matter at Knox City, under the act of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 8 May 1908

I §^^^^////jBí^mmssmmmmmímsísssmf/js^mmm//j¡6Si^mmssssmíímsmsím PIANOS, g¡ Conover, Cable, Kingsbury, And Kingsbury Inner Player Pianos. ASK TO SEE AND HEAR THE EDISON PHONOGRAPH ORGANS, The Famous Chicago Cottage Organ And Mason & Hamlin, Warranted for Ten Years. THE LARGEST MUSIC HOUSE IN WEST TEXAS. C. H. Mahan Music Co., Baird - - - Knox City J. W. BOYLE, Mgr. Knox City Branch. Write for Catalogue of Pianos, Organs, or Phonographs. cfowovv | Edison Phonographs and Records on Easy Terms Come in and hear all the latest Rec- ords. No Charge. We Sell on Easy Terms. All of the latest Records always on hand. Hear them. I Pay us a visit at our new store just opened up in Knox City. | M Will trade Pianos and Organs for Stock. g COAL! COAL! When wanting a load of the best Coal ever marketed in Knox City, I have it. You must also remember that I carry a general line of Feed. Call and see me. C. C. CARGILL ALLOWED EVASION FOR OUCI IOO The Orient Drug Store. DR. IRA J. CULVER, Prop. I D...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 8 May 1908

I I M I f m •> I t .1 1 I i I H . V® 1 i ft i € > '5; I I' J: || f: I '"I i I # I V. jj i, I ! '* t ; \ Z if I ' I ■St.- I j i I !,• •. m FEED AND COAL. For Feed and Coal see us. We carry Bran, Chops and other small grain. We es], call your attention to our of prairie hay. Give us your next order. TOMPKINS & SMALLIN. lu uuicr specially >ur stock •wm Big Basket Picnic .The Knox City Lodge No 382 K. of P. will hold their first annual picnic May 12, 1908 One Mils North of Knox City The public is cordially invited to join us on that day. There will be speaking on the grounds by eminent Knights of Pythias, also pastimes and amusements most suitable for the occasion. So come and bring the children, also the usual well-filled basket, and spend the day with us which will be both pleasant and profitable to us all. n f COMING! KENNEDY BROTHERS BIG SHOW. Will exhibit at Knox City Tuesday, May 12l 2 performances 2 Afternoon and evening Don't fail to see Baby Nable the smallest trai...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 8 May 1908

1, J? CAUSE OF JAPS' SUNT EYES Fold of Skin Creates What Is Known to Western Peoples a* the Mongolian Eyelid. A Jap looks like a Jap because he has a Mongolian eyelid. A i'old of skin covering the corner of the eye near the nose is rare in adult white people, but exists naturally among the Japanese, and is called the Mon- golian fold. In the majority of cases this fold runs obliquely inward and downward from the upper lid 60 that the inner corner of the eye is not round as in white faces but sharp. When the fold is large it spreads to the inner part of the lower lid, in which case the upper lid does not cross the corner, the transparent, external coat of the eyeball, hori- zontally but obliquely, giving to the eye the distinctive expression met with in the Japanese. Another pe- culiarity of the upper lid in the Mongolians is the lack of develop- ment of the groove below the eye- brows. The skin covering the upper lid is loose, so that when the carti- lage is raised the skin is throw...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 8 May 1908

i N ■ ■■IIMWIIIIIIM i titfNÉ a MM W < V Men's Summer Clothing at Fall Prices. ASK TO SEE THE W Warr^tED NOT TO RIP CUT HIGH IN THE WAIST MASE ex CORINTH WOOLEN NOS ST LCU13. WARRANTED NOT TO RIP, SEWED WITH SHOE THhtAD HIGH IN THE WAIST «:VV¿ All of Schwab's 20.00 and 22.50 suits in brown, elephant and olive. Special for next week only $17.50 All of Schwab's 15.00 ard 18.00 suits in all the latest color- ings. Hand tailored and advertised price merchandise. Special price for next week only ...$12.50 Other suits as cheap in proportion, down to only... $5.00 Those Curlee 2.50 pants, guaranteed not to rip, sewed with shoe thread. Strictly tailored garments and all wool clotnes. We will compare this garment with any pants sold everywhere for 3.50. All we ask is look and be convinced. We have the only exclusive shirt factory line in Knox City. The fam us NAVARRE shirts, both soft and laundered, all colors and patterns, at. „ $1.00 to $2.00 The famous coat shirt. Think about it, our pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 15 May 1908

THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS ' i J Vol. 4. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1908. NO. 17 The Knox City ball team csoss- ed bats with the Carney team Wednesday evening, at Carney. The result of the game was a score of 11 to 7 in favor of our team. I will take all your eggs even though it may be 100 dozen. J. H. Lanier. We are glad to add the name of Earl Benedict, Wichita Falls, to our subscription list. Earl and Benton Anderson have en- tered the commercial college of that place. T You will find the best feed stuff in town at Tompkins & Smallin. MAN THAT RULES THE WORLD. a (t \ i Would you be one of the «i employers or one of the ser- \' vants? It is a question for \ \ you to decide. Without mon- ey you are forced to sell your <¡ \ time and efforts to others in ¡j ¡ order to secure your daily ¡j! bread. With a growing bank t; account you will be able to \! command, not onlv your own ¡j * time and labor, bnt that of is others a^o. Small savings, \ j persistently deposite...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 15 May 1908

Secret Societies. What is the moral effect of Free Masonry, Odd Fellowship, Knights of Labor and the nu- merous secret societies upon the home? Solomon, the wise man said: "Discover not a secret to another," and he had good rea- sons for laying such an injunc- tion, for in his time, as at the present, there were people too much disposed to tell all they knew. One-half the trouble in every community, comes from the fact that so many people have not the capacity to keep their mouths shut. We have two ears but only one tongue which is suggestive of the fact that we should hear more than we tell. By the power of a se- cret divulged, families, churches, neighborhoods and even nation? fly apart. By the power of a secret kept, great charities, re- formatory movements and Christian enterprises may be ad- vanced, It is an often discussed question whether associations that do not have their work with closed doors, and admit their members with pass words, and greet each other with a secret gri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 15 May 1908

-,<3H5 FORWARD! MARCH! HALT! Here Is the Place to Get 'Em. Deere Royal and Texas Dandy, 4 Shovél, Rigid or Parallel Beam, Balance Frame Cultivators. The Moline Captain Kidd Disc Cultivator is excelled by none. We put it against any disc cultivator on the market. Coming right along is the Dutch Uncle 6 shovel. It does the business while you rare back and whistle. John Deere and Moline Lister and Double Row Planters. Sweeps, from 6 to 26 inches, the long, slim kind, that does not hang the grass roots. Our new Mattings and Linoleums for spring are just in. The latest patterns. We Are Headquarters for Wagons, Buggies and Surries, Stoves,and Ranges. We still have some of that high grade Furniture at bottom prices, for CASH. Tank and tin work a Specialty. Undertakers. West Texas Supply Co. KNOX COUNTY NEWS E. B. ATTERBURY, Jr., Editor. Published Every Friday Evening. FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1908. Entered as second class matter at Knox City, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPT...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 15 May 1908

I J w Í hi 1 I ¡ £ W if I is i n 8K m ': I i V II | ) f 1 I i i ill I it I i ÍL II II II PIANOS, qj Conover, Cable, Kingsbury, And Kingsbury Inner Player Pianos. !éRGANS, , ASK TO SEE AND HEAR THE EDISON PHONOGRAPH The Famous Chicago Cottage Organ And Mason & Hamlin, Warranted for Ten Years. • ■ THE LARGEST MUSIC HOUSE IN WEST TEXAS. C. H. Mahan Music Co., Baird ... Knox City . J. W. BOYLE, Mgr. Knox City Branch. Write for Catalogue of Pianos, Organs, or Phonographs. Edison Phonographs and Records on Easy Terms i i Come in and hear all the latest Rec- ords. No Charge. 9 « We Sell on Easy Terms. All of the latest Records always on hand. Hear them. Pay us a visit at our new store just opened up in Knox City. | M Will trade Pianos and Organs for Stock. g COAL! COAL! When wanting a load of the best Coal ever marketed in Knox City, I have it. " You must also remember that I carry a general line of Feed. Call and see me. C. C. CARGILL [00] [OO The Orient Drug Store. DR. IRA J. CULVER,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 15 May 1908

V ^5-. "t ~\ Your Lands! I am now making an active advertising campaign throughout the Northern States for land buyers. I will have many prospectors here during the Summer. If you want to sell your lands now is the time to get on my list. I can and will sell it if you list it with me. It will cost you nothing to list it if I fail to make a sale. Come in and talk the matter over with me. W. M. SANDIFER, the real estate man. Office in rear of Farmers' State Bank. Hii t U '■•'h -t* i*'I ■ ■ ■ . y{ 'i . ... ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Reprefentative. (104th Dist.) R. M. Reed oí Stonewall County R. B. Humphreys, of Throckmorton county. D. J. Brookreson of Knox County District Attorney. (50th Dist.) B. D. Glassgow, of Dickens county. District Judge. (50th Dist.) Jo A. P. Dickson, of Baylor county. Chas. E. Coombes Of Knox County For County Judge. J. H. Milam. For County Treasurer. J. M. Hodges G. L. Ernest District and County Clerk. J. B. Jones, W. C. Johnson, J. A. Martin, Sheriff and Tax Collect...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 15 May 1908

— If H 1 S I Men's Slimmer Clothing at Fall Prices ft ASK TO SEE THE Curtee NOT TO RIP tostm SEW ISHOCfflJíAD CUT HIGH IN THE WAIST m MASE BY CORINTH WOOLEN NOS ST. LOUJO. All of Schwab's 20.00 and 22.50 suits in brown, elephant and olive. Special for next week only $17.50 All of Schwab's 15.00 and 18.00 suits in all the latest color- ings. Hand tailored and advertised price merchandise. Special price for next week only $12.50 Other suits as cheap in proportion, down to only .* ..$5.00 Those Curlee 2.50 pants, guaranteed not to rip, sewed with shoe thread. Strictly tailored garments and all wool clotnes. We will compare this garment with any pants sold everywhere for 3.50. All we ask is look and be convinced. We have the only exclusive shirt factory line in Knox City. The fanuus NAVARRE shirts, both soft and laundered, all colors and patterns, at $1.00 to $2.00 The famous coat shirt. Think about it, our price only 75c All our 75c neckwear 50c Our straw hats are unexcelled for nobbin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 22 May 1908

V "iSf THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. Vol. 4. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1908. NO. 18 There was a big dance at Clyde Farmer's new home in the southeastern part of the city Tuesday evening. All the young people were present and report a grand time. Shoes, shoes, the leading brands going at cost at J. H. Lanier's. Ab Stephens, Ssm Anderson, M. S. Ruff and others whose names we were unable to learn left Wednesday for New Mexico for a few days outing. All laundry remaining in our shop for more than ten days will be sold for charges. Parks and Blanton. 15 !Ü SI SI II i I s WE HAVE IT Money, Penge, Geld, $$ ÍÍ II i! I! Rhino, Mezuma, Dough, Stuff, Long Green 5! IS \ \ Si w Si ' 1 | No matter what you call it—we have it. Loans made at all times on personal notes, mortgages, etc, Some banks tell you they are not loaning any money now, MONEY IS OUR STOCK IN TRADE. See us when you need it. II SI I 51 THE FARMERS STATE Knox City. BANK,!! Ladies Aid Society, The Christian Ladies Aid ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 22 May 1908

' n Your I am now making an active advertising campaign throughout the Northern States for land buyers. I will have many prospectors here during the Summer. If you want to sell your lands now is the time to get on my list. I can and will sell it if you list it with me. It will cost you nothing to list it if I fail to make a sale. Come in and talk the matter over with me. W. M. SANDIFER, the real estate Office in rear of Farmers' State Bank. Lands! 1 Joe Pate, Furniture A NEW CAR JUST ARRIVED ROCK BOTTOn PRICES ON EVERYTHING I have the largest stock of furniture in this section. A new car of high grade furniture in the latest de- signs now open for your inspection. Rocking chairs, sideboards, dining chairs and tables, folding beds, iron beds, bed room suits, bed springs, kitchen cabinets, cradles, baby buggies, matting, wall paper, window shades, and in fact eve ything to be found in a furniture store for less than be bought elsewhere. TIT Y past experience has taught me to handle no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 22 May 1908

I .....j...-,ri.... Notice: V U To the people of Knox City, and surrounding country I have opened a Real Estate and Insurance business at this place and will appreciate any business you may give me. This is the time of the year to list your property for quick you may give me. rnis is tne time 01 tne year sales. At present you will find me at the News office. Vr J. H. Atterbury r. n o Build Your Fortune o Wisely, Surely By starting an account with The First National Bank. : : : $1.00 will open an account. It is a small Ltart but a good beginning and every dollar you add widens and strengthens your financial founda- tion. :::::: _ G. R. COUCH, Pres. C. A. BENEDICT, V. P. 2 E. C. COUCH, Cash. J. A. WILSON, A. C. 5 j ■ 'CSS3CSSS30CÍi ¡l, Local Happenings For fresh vegetables phone 87. G. D. McCarty visited Rule Tuesday. Mrs. Fields has been very sick this week. When you want fresh grocer- ies phone No. 87. Little Miss Sandifer is report- ed sick this week. Mr. Briton of Munday was in th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 22 May 1908

mmm m 11 KEl it .4 f; V;- KNOX COUNTY NEWS E. B. ATTERBURY, Jr., Editor. Published Every Friday Evening. FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1Í0Í. Enterad as second class matter at Knox City, under the act oí Congress of March 3,1879. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Year $1.00 Invariably Cash in Advance. A good way to make Knox City better morally is for each and every one to go to work and see what improvements they themselves can make. The last issue of the Barnhart Book, the coming of which, we as other editors look forward to that we may find out what is go- ing on in the field of Journalism has been received bv us. Honest povertv should be re- spected and not scorned. It was in the homes of the lowly that we oftenest find Christ when upon the earth and in our day it can be truthfully said that we meet Him there of tener than elsewhere. We wonder how many parents realize that their child is a book of blank paper in which shall be recorded the record of their own lives. Be careful therefore what you have wr...

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