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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 1 July 1910

jkiV-: BHHi v - *• v Halley's Comet Has Come and Gone, but I Am Still Here With Cut Prices cn Dry Goods, Cloth- ing, 5hoes 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, -i * í Wm. Cantley. Pfifer- Ra .eh New Vori;. Ju _7 —Kr.vin F Morse, * <.n * 0 ir VV Mo- ,> the i. :t i .'T \> 11'OVA Y a ri \s ? • • i .v. \vü leave New York no-t fiuirsduv for W •■oir.ii--. wh re t. .s to lv-* ííin life as a e uv > >y > i ;i ranch thirty miles square. \ oung' Morse was .-rFereti the choice to omp.K nee i A* in a NV„\ York office where he miwrht work his way up t'a. nn.a'.ciai ladder under the careful guidance - f his fath;-r'-o nvvny trie v.is. But he made t'i> hi- mind that the West he.'1 one greater induce- ments ar.d ci*.1 that thi way to learn the We sr was t > 1: •n> \! -s Willi ni K V i'iltly -liven $1. I t'lli'llll'lil llOUses fn 'i'l-ii-a with nit) T<"ii • i."l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 1 July 1910

i I :■ ñ p ; PI! I X 1 í I i i sF ? Y'* i Lumber! ion deduction i': ductiqn cloi-s not make . 'try ii.nuntia! in trade; in fact excessive i ;>roduction makes us helpless. The cotton factory will make us powerful m commt-rce. as cottcn is used all over the world. The following illustration j gives the cotton pn luctkni of 1908. £«■ Building mate- rials of all kind Sherwin Will- iams Paints a specialty. We solicit your inquiries. 4000.000 6.400.000, 9.600.0 00 World's Cottcn Production.** Texas produces -1,000,00t) bales of cotton annually; the United States except Texas pr 'duces 'J.GOO.OOO bales tnd the world except the United States 0,100,000. The United States produces Ú7 per cent of the cotton of the world but when we want to know what cot- ton is worth we wire England's fac- tories for prices- If wc doubled our production without home factories we would have even less to say about fixing priccs of cotton; but, on the other hand, if we had 67 per cent of the cotton factories o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 1 July 1910

ARE YOU LOOKING AFTER THE CONTENTS OF YOUR PURSE? We Can Give You The Best Goods For Less Money. j í & 4É A I 1 A Purchase made at Out Store is gooc! tor your Purse. Don't forget to look after your account and keep in good standing. Do not ask for goods on tune expecting us to carry you from one season to another. We must collect for all goods sold, as it takes money to get good Goods. We are after your Business and if fair treatment and close prices are worth while, we will get your business. ' S> I] á L UNDERTAKERS AND TIN WORKERS WEST TEXAS SUPPLY CO DO YOU WANT The Best? 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. m l We keep our Drug line up-to-date with the best of chemicals, crude drugs, pharmaceuticals, pat- ent medicines, Toilet articles, Druggist's sun- dries; such as atomizers, fountain and house- hold syringes, hot water bottles, ice clips, etc, combs and brushes. We have a large line of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 1 July 1910

' I Land! Land! w I We A re in That Business i Remember if you have land to Sell, I am the man you are looking for. 1 am better prepar- ed to handle your land than any one in the county. If you want to buy, sell ore xchange, call and see me. x / \ W. M. SandiferLand Co. Inc. w Knox City .J Bridge Burned Near Abilene. A burned bridge on the Wich- ita Valley railway, three mies north of Landus and about nine miles from Abilene, held up things Saturday night and neces- sitated the transfer of passen- gers, mail, baggage and express. Forty feet or more of track were burned out over a small stream. Just how the fire start- ed is not known. The local. No. 14, wen. north early in the i.f- ternocn and the bridge at that time was inUct. Whether or not coals of fire from No. 14 started the fire, or whether it was set, has not beon arcertam- ed, The fire was not discovered until northbound passenger train leaving Abilene at 7:10 in tr.e evening arrived at the scene. The train was backed into A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 8 July 1910

THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. Official < )i ü'iiu of Knox Cil v ; i • i < 1 Knox ( 'o;;ut\ WE 1ÍKACTI TIIIO PEOPLE, OUli MOTTO I*: K>'OX CITV lTH<r. lTIE NVOUM) VrTl'.liW VI.'D" VOL. 6. KNOX CITY. KNOX COUNTY, TEXAS FRIDAY, JULY > 1910. W, NI. Sandlfer 9 0Í City Office! s To 8e Elected Tomorrow, L 0. Courts Is to Run For Mayor, Mrs. Janes Entertains. : Monday morning" on louk- It gives us great pleasure to note the advancement made by our enterprising citizens in our City affairs during the past month. Incorporation earring in the recent election, the offi- cers will be elected tomorrow which practially completes our city government. Of our opinion and as we have said before, this movement means more to the future of cur town than any movement or enterprise ever placed before our citizens for discussion. In mentioning t he candidates for mayor Messers Sandifer and Couch, we wish to say that they are both good Christian gentle- men, bur Mr. Sandifer is by far the most practica...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 8 July 1910

i- —■r SÉMii JÉ® ! '.-: , d m f {.«<•" ,> * 4,4*4, ¿if 4+4.4>4><|.4>+4^4>+ A Mystery j i I The Wagon Train That Was ♦ Lost In the Mountains ♦ — + By B. CRITTENDEN LVTLE * ♦ Copyright, 1310, by American Truss f J Association. 4, Yeurs ago. when there were no rail- roads between the Atlantic and Pa- title oceans, a wagon train was lost in the Sierra Nevada mountaius. It was last seen by some Indian hunters. Searching parties went out to find it without success. At last it was given up and forgotten. The leader of the party was Edward Earlc. lie was a widower with a little daughter, Elizabeth, whom he had left in the east in care of his sister. Eliza- beth was five years old when her fa- ther was last heard from, but she toou a deep interest in the story of his dis- appearance. What to older people was a mystery was to her a child's story similar to those she read Id her fairy books. It did not occur to her that there was anything more wonderful in the disappearanc...

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

JUST A FEW We Have a Few More Subscriptions To the News For Sale. Call and Get % i One Before They are All Gone j Only One Dollar. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmrnmm DO YOU WANT The Best? 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. I We keep our Drug line up-to-date with the best of chemicals, crude drugs, pharmaceuticals, pat- ent medicines Toilet articles, Druggist's sun- dries; such as atomizers, fountain and house- hold syringes, hot water bottles, ice cups, etc, combs and brushes. We have a large line of high grade hair, tooth, cloth and paint brushes. Our Jewelry Line is up-to-date; and remember we have a first class jeweler in connection with this line and guaran- tee work done by him to give satisfaction. We Handle High Grade Machine Oil, Carbon and Window Glass w I L. Frizzell & Carnes Company I J Farmers Union Speaking Dates Speaking dates in Haskell county of Tom Taylor of Cole- man cou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 8 July 1910

vim mmmmmmnHHMMA ttiNaflMMKMMH rnmsmmstimM J■MttMtgMvW líÉ**^ Mj -/ E> ■. | |f; ii rep* I É.".: I !' ' I' ,; ft m¡: $(K' &'3fó f \ 11, Vil, I I !! I < if mm} \ DIRECTORY riethodist Church. Rev M. S. Leveridge, Pastor. Services every Sundas morn- ing and evening. Sunday Sehool 10 a. in. every Sunday,. i — w— Central Baptist 'Church. ilev. \V. C. Garret, Pastor. Servic* s 2nd and 41 h Sundays morning and evenina. Sun- O V- day School every Sunday. Presbyterian Church. # Sundav Sch< clevery Sunday morning. 10 o'clock. 1 . First Baptist Church. Preaching 2nd and 4th Sun- ' days. K. F. Swift. Pastor. Prayer meeting 011 Thursday ; night. Ladies Aid Thursday i ( 3 |). in. at the church. Christian Church. Rev. Wright, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4th Sundays morning and evening. Sun- School every Sunday at 10 o'clock. : Dr. F. E. Stone Oí rice at Orient Drug Store Phones Office 48 Residence 89 C. E. BAILEY ♦ DENTIST Permanently Located Office above Farmers' Bank. John H. Brice Phys...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 8 July 1910

WHnMii; 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 persintown. Fresh Line of GROCERIES Headquarters for Boquet Flour. Come and see me. Yours For Business, 1 (Oil'sh-^. , i illd 111* I Wm. Cantley. CLIFF NEWS The Sunday School was well attended Sunday. We are hav- ing a good Sunday School. Also singing every Sunday evening. Misses Clyde, Clara and Ruby Fowler who have been confined to bed for the last two weeks with typhoid fever are getting along nicely. Mrs. Treptor who has been sick is greatly improved this week. There is a great deal of sick- ness in the community now. The nice rain we had last week has greatly helped things. Every thing looks so beautiful and green. Every body are almost up with work and are ready to take in big picnics this mpnth. The ice cream supper given at the home of M L Benton was well attended. A number of O'Brien people were present, and every body had a ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 8 July 1910

ifeNft&JMrtl.VMS., rjWWSft' wtwmiNW^i-ii <i i-nit* m i«m mi ,, . .,■■•• "v ■ •*■■ rnmmmm ■ Li 9k B |W!< '7 :, \ Men Who Cannot Afford to Do Without Insurance Men Without Property, with a wife and children or other dependents. Men With Property, but not enough to yield an income that would support their families by itself, and realize that their death will instantly stop its increase. Young unmaried men who wish to make sure that their mothers or sisters, or the family they probably will have, will not be left in want; or to have money to set up in bufiness in ten or fifteen or twenty years. Prosperous men, who think they will never.need it, but may be mistaken. Benevolent men, who wish to leave a sum \to institu- tions or- to friends without breaking into their estate. Far-sighted men, who wish to save up jnoney to be paid to them at an age when-failing powers may pre- vent them from earning. In The Fort Worth Life Premiums are as low as is compatible with safety and resul...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 8 July 1910

v-• mi —in in 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. v l_ Local Happenings ings In one of the rural districts of Arkansas a man was elected sheriff. On hearing the glad news the children came rurning home one day and asked, "ma, are we all little sheriffs?" With a scornful look she replied, "No aint no body sheriffs but me and your pa } y Bartine • Clarke returned last Thursday from a three weeks visit to relatives in Ft. Worth. Mrs Josie Redding and child- ren of Hubbard City, are visit- ing her brother, J. E. Clarke and family for a few days. Miss Bessie Leveritt left last Saturday for Abilene to enter school, Her father J. M. Lev- erett accompanied her, returning Sunday. Dr. Stone has recently moved to the Ed Bennett house, and is now in more comfortable quar- ters than since he came to our town. Mr. R. A. Holmes, who lives southeast of town is planting about 18 aereo ot stubble...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 8 July 1910

IBpjfS WM ■ i j I I 11 ( • • i • ii i f \ ]k,' J I <* ., Land! Land! i We A re in That B usiness Remember if yen have land to Sell, i am the man you are looking for, ! am better prepar- ed to handle your land than any one in the county. If you want to buy, sell ore xchange, call and see me. ' \ W. M. Sandif er Land Co. Inc. Knox City i / .J M, ft P Cbatauqua Notes. This week has been devoted to the discussion of the Jeffries and Johnson fight at Reno. Many large wagers had been made by the members of the Circle. Vice President McMillan wages a dozen roasting ears against a lfl pound watermellon, the Chaplain took the watermel- lon end 'of the proposition. W. W. Hyde offered to wager a doz- en eggs but the eggs looked a a little suspicious to the members so he was advised to put them ba<'k under the hen. J. A. Fred- rick offered to wager a wheel- barrow ride thru the principle streets of the City, hewasde clared out of order by the mem- bers, as there was some work attached to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 15 July 1910

■' 4 €' THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. Official Organ of Knox City and Knox County. WE REACH THE PEOPLE, AND OUR MOTTO IS: "KNOX CITY FIRST, THE WORLD AFTERWARD" VOL. 6. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 1." 1910. NO. 21 Park and Fair Association. a meeting of the Knox City Fair-Park Association held last Thursday. July 7th, Mr. W. M. Sandifer resigned as secretary and his resignation was accepted. J. A. Wood was elected to suc- ceed him. It was decided to build a per- manent shed about 24 by 150 feet on the Fail* Ground for shade, and a bid from the Win. Camer- on Lumber Co. was accepted. A committee was appointed to push the building and supervise the work. It was also decided to hold about a four days reunion, begin- ning August 2nd. J. A. Wood was appointed to see after the ball games and other amuse- ments. It is to be hoped that the affair will be both pleasant and successful. Other announcements will be made later. But suffice it to say now, that everybody is invited, and Kn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 15 July 1910

'■■■ w : u by I i < ( I i J i i í 1 i i ■. i i :! J I' arm and Cra.rden SAVING GIRDLED TRJES. Bridge Grafting ■ Remedy For Injurias Caused by Rabbits. The Injury dono by rabbits to fruit trees lu many orchards is discussed hy J. G. Moore of the University of Wis cousin In the Country Gentleman When the girdle is only three or four inches wide the tree may be saved liy bridge «rafting. Trees with large patches of bark removed • entirely around the trunk cannot be successful- ly treated, though those not too badly injured may be saved by special treat men i. Bridge grafting should be done in early spring, scions from healthy trees being selected. The torn edges of the wound should be cut off smooth and all badly loosened bark removed. The scion should be cut half or three-quar- ters of an Inch longer than the wound and the ends of the scion pointed. The scion may then be inserted un- der the edge of the bark, care being taken to have the cut on the scion made rather slanting, to gi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 15 July 1910

JUST A FEW / We Have a Few More Subscriptions To the News For Sale. Call and Get / One Before They are All Gone \ m Only One Dollar. DO YOU WANT The Best? That's What we Serve all the Time at the Fpun- 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 chemicals, crude drugs, pharmaceuticals, pat- ent medicines, Toilet articles, Druggist's sun- dries; such as atomizers, fpuntain and housé- hold syringes, hot water bottles, ice cups, etc, combs and brushes. We have a large line of high grade hair, tooth, cloth and paint brushes. Our Jewelry is up-to-date; and remember we have a first class jeweler in connection with this line and guaran- tee work done by him to give satisfaction. We Handle High Grade Machine Oil, Carbon and Window Glass I L. Frizzell & Carnes Compai I J A Great Of- fer to You! Everv man should subscribe to his local paper, because from it he secures a class of news and useful information th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 15 July 1910

¡H * NfS 1 B I I I ; i i DIRECTORY Hethodist Church. Rev M. S. Leveridgc, Pastor. Services every Sunday morn- ing and evening. Sunday School 10 a. tu. every Sunday. Central Baptise Church. Kev. W. C. Garret, Pastor, i Services 2nd and 41 h Sundays 1 morning and evening. Sun- i day School every Sunday. Presbyterian Church. Sunday School every Sunday morning. K) o'clock. V First Baptist Church. Preaching 2nd and 4th Sun- days. R. F. Swift, Pastor. | Prayer, meeting 011 Thursday night. Ladies Aid Thursday £0 p. 111. at the church. Christian Church. Rev. Wright, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4th fcnnduys 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 KCn&O Surgeon Office over Farmers Sfate Bank PHONE 76; RESIDENCE 55 I. O. O. F. Meets every Friday ni^ht. W.W.Hyde N. G. I Wm. Cantley, Sec. j w. 0. w...

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

Annual Settlers Reunion Program Watch Camp Meetting Tents. Everybody desiring tents for the campmeeting at Tr.uscott, be- ginning August 12th must send me the money and make the res- ervation by July 25th, or tents cannot be reserved. Prices are $8.50 and $4. Tor one room tents; $5.50 and $6 25 for. three room tents; $8.50 for five room tents; $8. for 14x24 tents one room; and $8.50 for 16x24, one room tents. These prices are for the full 16 days, and no tents will be rented for less time. Reserve your tent now if you are coming, Respectfully, W. C. Wright, Knox City, Texas. The irrepressible Mr. Jasccmb Johnson Fisher of Armour Fords we are persuaded to announce, returned from the fishing fields of Kool Kolorado and is again peddling ham and hominy among us. Messers Ab Stevens and Jas. A. Partridge have just returned from a fishing trip on Elm and re- port a great time—fishing tales. Revival Services. A series of revival services will be held at the Methodist church beginning July ...

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

jM . v\ ■ ¥ I ' S I ' I I I . J' 1 i . ¡ I I i ® I ' f ' . ! i : 1 !; II ■f I} I * i * • 1 ii * I ft Üf> ^j(' i n i I If \ 1 J t I i ' . I i f k B) i m ífáÁ y IJ&,' Iff * .• BÍ6 'v I ' *•*' '■ t' ¿ ' , j 1 ■ ( o o - . flfrtra Men Who Cannot Afford to / * Do Without Insurance Men Without Property, with a wife and children or other dependents. Men With Property, but not enough to yield an income that would support their families by itself, and realize that their death will instantly stop its increase. Young unmaried men who wish to make sure that their mothers or sisters, or the family they probably will have, will not be left in want; or to have money to set up in bufiness in ten or fifteen or twenty years. Prosperous men, who think they will never need it, but may be mistaken. Benevolent menf) who wish to leave a sum to, institu- tions or to friends without breaking into their estate. Far-sighted men, who wish to save up money to be paid to them at en age when failing powers ...

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

r m i Land! Land! > i •S m i .r~dauc:.jML/-.. i.■ We A re in That Business Remember if you have land to Sell, I am the man you are looking for, I am better prepar= ed to handle your land than any one in the county. If you want to buy, sell ore xchange, call and see me. W. M. Sartdifer Land Co. Inc. Knox City .J Local Happenings A. J. Jurman, of near O'Brien was in town Monday. Uncle Jesse Jones from of town was in town last <fcy. west Mon- ,There were services at the Baptist Church last Saturday night. Bro. R. E. Smith, of Rule did the preaching. We are having dailey rains. This must be rainy season. The only trouble so far is that the rains are too light, Mary Reeder and Ruby War- ren visited in Benjamin last Sat- urday, returning Sunday. J. A. Wood left Tuesday, for his old home among the red hills of Alabama. He will be gone a- bout three weeks. Mr. Wood goes on business. His brother-in- law died there last Saturday, leaving several orphan children, his faife died some five...

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

K, VI íw I i I i í iff ( I ' ni i m Sf : ill 81 81 i n ¿ fli r it ?! i Jrl 1 i ¡I 1 'ffi * 1 ■ V % I 2 3 Going! YES, Our Entire Stock of Seasonable Merchandise is Going at the Lowest Prices for which dependable goods were ever offered. Every article in the house is scheduled to share in the distribution of the greatest price reductions ever made—and it will be well worth your while to come in and investigate the many BARGAINS that awaits you. Truly dollar for dollar and value for value this is the biggest money saving event of your time—you cannot afford to miss it—we need the money. Note Cash Prices In The Grocery Department tOO lbs. Best Flour ( 1-Ss ) «to c- 100 lbs. First Patent ( ISs) $2.00 IT lbs. Granulated Sugar (weight guaranteed) $1.00 20lb>s. Good L'icc (weight guaranteed) $1.00 '20 lbs. Pink Means ( weight , guaranteed ) $1.00 Hi cans Giant Lye $1.00 12 cans 2 lbs Blackberries $1.00 12 cans !) lbs I lominv V $1.00 12 cans .*> lbs Pumpkin $1.00 12 cans .*> lbs Kr...

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