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

HE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. Official Organ of Knox-City and Knox County. WE REACH THE PEOPLE) AND OUR MOTTO IS: ¡ C — KNOX CITY FIRST, THE WORLD AFTERWARD' ; VOL. 6. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, TEXÁS, FRIDAY, JULY 22 1910. MOUNTAIN VIEW NEWS. Well, Mr Editor, as I haven't seen any tHing from these parts ,in some time, I will try to write a few lines, v You know I have : been gone from home for some time and when I left I told Sal, thatswiy wife, to send the news from Mountain View every jyeek but you know Sal gets mad some times, and wont write a scratch. * • Well it is raining this morning and the farmer is all smiles. Corn and feed stuff are sorry but cotton looks well. The health of our little berg is > ^ good at present. Mr. and Mrs. Hamit and fam- H ily visited-' Mr. Isreal last Sun- day. Grandpa Smith from the Gilles- pie comunity, is spending a few days on the 4 S ranch hunting plums. Well, Mr. Editor, I wish you had been with us a fewdavs ago in our picnic. Last Thursday morning as ...

Publication Title: Knox County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 22 July 1910

■pgiJityM* 7tmt, ;¿ H L 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 tb" institu- tions or to friends withouc breaking into their estate. Far-sighted men, who wish to save up money 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 results aré guaranteed. E. B. Atterbury Agent for Knox County \ ^ ■ 3* M ■ ; _ -

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

Land! Land! w I We A re in That B usiness 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. Sandifer Land Co. Inc. Km Knox City .J Unfamiliar Commodities. "Any book in particular, sir?" asked the young woman In charge of Un- hook counter of a large department store. "This Is a great novel"— "Not for me," said the old gentle- man, who had been examining the stock in trade with an air of consider- able disapproval. "I'm looking for something less ephemeral. Where do you keep the classics, young woman- Lamb's 'Tales,' for example?" The young womau looked puzzled. "Bacon?" said the old man. "CrabbeV Pox?" "I don't know about fox," said tin- young woman, "but I guess what you must be lookin' for is the provision de- partment."—Youth's Companion. A Plank's Inside and Outside. There is nn inside, also an outside, << every plank or boa...

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

I > DIRECTOPY Central Baptist Church. i ;¡stor. -*h .Sunday id ír"'f3iÍJj^. SllH' • -'err Mindíiv. Presb\terian Church, Firsf'Baptist Church. IV Ií. F. L i 4tJi ::rT. iJ Ai-. TJjir> ■very ocl 'k Dr. F. E. Stone Office at Orient Drug ¿tore Phones Office 48 Residence 89 C. E. BAILEY DENTIST Permanently Located Orñí-e above Farmers" Bank. John H. fcírice Physician and Surgeon k C "1 <5c O Surgeon Office over Farmers Stats Bank PHONE 76i RFSIDENCE 55 l„ O. O. f:. NT «-'-is every \V. VV. Hyde Win. Cautley. Friday ' i, ' N. (*. Sec. vv. o. w. Meets ¡si and ;5rd Saturday. •• C. K. Couefi. C011. Coin. Dr. I. M. Wilson. Clerk. Haionic Lodge. A. F. & A. M. meets Satur- day on <<r before full moon in each month. ^ G. T. Tompl in«. W. M. J. A. Wilson, Sec. Rebeccas. Meets every Tuesday night M rn K 1 Couch N. G Alice Mcl..'-in. f"' (' w. O. W Circle. Mrs. Florence Smith. G. Mi*. Ida W iIhoii Secretary ¿econd and fourth Sat. urdav éveiiiii&rs. Royal Arch Hasons. Meet every...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 22 July 1910

i ® ■1 IT ■i =¿Tl Going! Going! 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 niade-r-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 ft 5'! ÍM L 4 I 100 lbs. Best Flour (48s ) $2.85 100 lbs. First Patent (48k) $2.(i0 17 lbs. Granulated Sugar (weight guaranteed) $1.00 20 lbs. Good Rice guaranteed) 20 lbs. Pink Beans guaranteed) If) cans Giant Lye 12 cans 2 (weight $1 00 (weight $1.00 $1.00 lbs. Blackberries $1.00 12 cans o lbs I funniiy $1.00 10 bars Brown Laundrv soap 12 cans .') lbs Pumpkin $1.00 25c 12,cíuis o lbs Kraut > $1.00 (i lbs A \le (i rease 25c 1...

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

I4 arm and Garden the lug couios next. tlK'U Hint from i lit' ox. The manure from tlio cow 1.4 at l tlio bottom of tlic list, this being due ; to the enriching substances In her food going to tlie formation of milk, leav- ¡ ing the manure comparatlrity i ened.—Hon and Farm. Markets CULTIVATION^OF THE PLUM. 8pring the Be t Time For Planting This Variety of Fruit Tree. Discussing 'lie cultivation and propa gation of the plum, a bulletin of the Iowa State college says: The plum may be propagated either by budding or by root grafting In general practice the former is the more successful, the work being done at the close of the active growing period, which is usually the fore part of Au- gust. In top grafting the plum It Is OOLDEH PtiDM. (From bulletin Iowa State college.] irtant that the stock and the scion >ng to the same or a closely related ;ies. If this Is not the case the >o Is apt to be unsatisfactory and i tree becomes poorly developed and ilhort lived. For the American vh-...

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

Fifth Annual Old Settler' ~i s Reunion Aug. 2nd, 3rd, 4th, Watch For Program Come! and 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. 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 liae 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 :n i L Frizzell & Carnes Company I mm A Great Of- fer to You! Every man should subscribe to his local paper, because from it he secures a class of news and u«eful information that he can get nowhere else. He should...

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

Krir ' ti I I i I f * n ** JI 11 If \ 1/ ;■ II IS ii i I II ■?e*viv 11 o i II - § ipil f i! 11 1(82,°:* íák' |jL*. , y £L J Ji \ bfe§* i •• v" ■ ' I m¿i "•1 ' kui \ y 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. k \ Benevolent men, who wish to leave a sum to institu- tions or to friends withouc breaking into their estate. Far-sighted men, who wish to save up ^money to be paid to them at an age when failing powers may pre- vent them from earning. In The Fort Worth Life Premiu...

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

PI ■ V , ; , ■ i '" r FHE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. J Official Organ of Knox City and Knox County. WE REACH THE PEOPLE, AND OUR MOTTO IS: "KNOX CITY FIRST, THE WORLD AFTERWARD" VOL. 6. i KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUG. 5 1910. 3= CLIFF NEWS. After an absence of three weeks, we will come forward again. Health in the community is much better now. Everybody seems to be enjoy- ing big meetings and picnics. Miss Jewel Fowler, who has been visiting Hamlin and Syl- vester returned home Sunday. T. 0. Ward and family are visiting relatives at Stith, Jones County. Mr. Arthur Angle of Throck- morton is visiting his brother and friends here this week. Mrs. Karstetter's sister of Bowie is visiting her this week, Singing at R.Tankersley's Sun- day night was real good. Mrs. T. J. Fowler and daugh- ter Clide spent Thursday with Mrs. Chas. McCown. Mrs. Maud Eastus of Cisco who has been spending a few weeks with her parents, Mrs. Park, returned to her home this week. A number of Cliff people have...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 5 August 1910

y Estabffslwd October 1904. NEWS PuMstod every Friday. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF KNOX CITY AND KNOX COUNTY E. B.ATTERBURY Editor and Publisher. Subscription rates. Cash in Advance. One Tear • - $1,00 Six Months 0,50 Entered at the Postoffice at Knex City, Texas, as second claes mail matter. Friday, Aug. 5, 1910. How old is Ann? Dad snatchit, it shore did rain. The proprietor of the News hasn't had any roasting ears in so long he has actually forgotten how to spell the word. Will some one please bring in a few and introduce them to him and tell him how their name is spell- ed?—Anon. In an advertisement of a bak- ery, to give the customers an idea of the sanitarv precautions used, the baker says, "We knead bread with gloves on." The ed- itor of this paper needs bread without gloyes on, he needs it Without a coat on, he needs it without a hat on, ne needs it without shoes on, he needs it without a shirt on, and unless our subscribers pay up pretty soon he will need bread without a darn thing o...

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

r v y VV \í VT v ; zTTu^vy^ \/T vfj ',flV* 4fc' * \ « V * The Knox City Mercantile Company > * The Store Where your Dollars Go Farthest. Dry Goods and Groceries. * 9 * j r ft1 . -.n •f. i * I. 5"\ City 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 Laundry basket leaves Monday and returns Friday. Hallmark & Abbott. Just Remember Thrit we have the nicest and best line of can- dies in the city. There is none like ours. We will be gla~d to serve you any of the latest drinks Ben Cargill v,' John H. Brice Physician and Surgeon KCn&O Surgeon Office ovir Fannin Stats Baatr ' PHONE 76; RFSIDENCE 55 ¿fc • ' M . ' 16.. Smv4^ T 1 \ Hatera "PuVWc ttfc 4 Dm4 tutn a SpedaVty, Dr. F. E. Stone Office at '• y Orient Drug Store Phones Office 48 Residence 89 V" E, BAILEY DENT 1ST Offiee above Farmers' Bank, A Great Of- fer to You! Every man should subscrita to his local paper, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 5 August 1910

r Land! Land! We Are in That Businss. Remember if you have land to Sell, 1 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 or exchange, call and see me. W. M. Scmditer Land Co. Inc Knox City > m m Miss Laura Brown, of Alius, Oklahoma attended the big- Re- union at Knox City during the past four days. She is the guest of Mrs. D. V. Wheeler. Mrs. T. B. Weatherby, of Bir- mingham, Alabarra. visited her niece, Mrs. W. B. McCormick last week. She left here for Ros eo, last Monday. Both the Methodist ard Chris- tian Churches have "put up sub- stantial hitch racks at the church- es for the convenience oí those driving to church. This is an improvement that has long been needed at both places, and will be appreciated by the church goers. Mrs. Reeder who has been vis- iting on the plains for several! weeks has returned. Capt. T. A. Parks who has re- cently returned home from an extended visit in South Texas sa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 12 August 1910

THE KNOX C 7K I * W Official Organ of Knox City and Knot County. Y NEWS. WE REACH THE PEOPLE, AND OUR MOTTO IS: "KNOX CITY FIRST, THE WORLD AFTERWARD" VOL. 6. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUG. 12, 1910. N0.28 GUFF NEWS. After the big picnic that has just been at Knox City, Cleo and Frances will come forward again Most every body from here at- tended regular all four days. There is still some sickness in the community. Messrs Roy Fowler and R. D. Quesby ha.ve been very ill for the past week. Mr. D. 0. Ward and family, who have been visiting relatives in Jones and Fisher counties re- turned home Saturday accompa- nied by his sistor, Mrs. Beulah Mashburn of Stith, also Mr. F. Mashburn. Mrs. Florenc Hand and daugh- ter Gladys of Knox City visited her mother, Mrs. J. A. L. Ward' Monday- Mr. Otto Smith and sister Eu- raofMunday spent last week wit^h relatives here. Messrs Cleave Angle and Ar- thur Angle left Tuesday for Throckmorton to spend a few we^ks. Mr. E. W. Stevens called...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 12 August 1910

jp . Mw>< ifcv.. n n ¿7% ^ a r~i" , a n Si * & * i-. Established October I904. Published every Friday. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF KNOX CITY ANI) KNOX COUNTY E B. ATTERBUBY Editor and Publisher. ¡subscription rates. Cash in Advance. One Year $1 °° Six Months 0,50 Entered at the Postoffice at Knox City, Texas, as second class mail matter. Friday, Aug. 12, 1910. I)r. T. S. E 1 wards of Galves- ton was prospecting in the city j this week. He is an old school- mate of Dr. Gibner and come to our city well recommended. He may locate with us in the near future, Mi. Eugene Harrell of Anson visited relatives ane "friends" in the city this and last week. iVhile here he added his name o our large list of readers for which we are very thanhful. 1 B. F. Sawyer left this week for San Angelo where he will spend several months. Dr. Crippen pense" is over. says his But is it? sus- Ankious Inquirer/- We don't know that aviators ever get air- sick, but we have heard of them having sinking spells. Okla...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 12 August 1910

i,. . « -• / — ■.- / x nox Mercantile Company The Store Where your Dollars Go Farthest. ~k. x * Dry Goods and Groceries. / < ( V i?ü> City Barber Shop I have good sharp razors. This tpgether with my long experience at the trade, guarantees^ satisfac- tion to my customers. All kinds of tonsorial work Laundry basket leaves Monday and returns Friday. Hallmark & Abbott. Just Remember That wo have the n'icest a^icl best line of can-^ , dies in the city. There is none like ours. We will be ¿rlad to serve you any of the latest drinks \ Ben Cargill John H. Brice Physician and Surgeon KCfl&O Surgeon Office over Farmers State Bank PHONE 76; RFSiDENCE 55 I. ftt. Satv^CT * "KtAarvj "?ttoWc VhWni r>\ "DceAs &n4 "Dramuia oj £.e^a\ ¥«$vrft a Spcc\.aV\>j, Dr. F. E. Stone ■' i Í' ' Office at ✓ 1 Orient Drug Store Phones Office 48 Residence 89 C. E. BAILEY DENTIST Permanently Located Office above Farmers' Bank.- \ A Great Of- fer to You! Every man should subscribe to his local...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 12 August 1910

i 1 i i;. f Land! Land! We A re in That Businss. t Remember if you have land to Sell, I am the man you are looking for. I am better pre par- ed to handle your land thap any one in the county. If you want to buy, sell or exchange, call apd see me. W. M. Sandifer Land Co. Inc. Knox City V Mayor Gaynor Shot. New York, Aug. 9.—Mayor Willi am J. Gaynor was shot and dangerously wounded at. 9:45 o'clock this morning as he stood on the deck of the steamer Kaiser Wilhelm Der Grosse at the steamship's pier in Hoboken, N. J., about t.Ojstart on a month's vacation in Europe. The shooting was done bv a stranger who later gave his name as Jules James Gallagher, living at 44 Third avenue, New York. He was later identified as a for- mer city emplove who had been discharged. Three shots were fired at the mayor, two of them miseed aud the third lodged in the fleshy portion of the left side of the neck. Blood gushed from the wound, and the first hasty examination led to the be- lief that, it was of se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 19 August 1910

FHE 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, AUG. 1910. N0.28 GUFF NEWS We have been blessed with another good rain which was badly needed. Messrs Roy Fowler and R. D. Onerby are getting along nicely think they will be able to be up in a week or two. Miss Bessie Benton who has been clerking for her brother-in law at Ft. Worth returned home Monday to spend a few weeks. We are glad to have her with us again. Miss Ella Dodson left Sunday for her home in Abilene. Also Mr. J. H. Dodson and brother George left for Kansas City where they will start to work again. Mrs. Boss Benton spent Satur- day with her mother, Mrs. A. B. Lowrey. Miss Iris Winn of Knox City spent Monday night with Miss Flora Vance. Cleave Angle returned to Cliff Sunday from a visit with his brother in Throckmorton. Mrs. Eulah Hammock was shopping in Knox City Saturday. ^ Misses...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 19 August 1910

w f I Í H I i u. ¡ 11 t w I í i t; í TüE KNOX Established October 1904. Published every Friday. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF KNOX CITY AND KNOX COUNTY E. B. ATTEKBURY Editor and Publisher. Subscription rates. Cash in Advance. One Year $1,00 Six Months 0,50 Entered at the P.ostoffice at cla'jíSjjoail matter. Knox City, Texas, as second Friday, Aug. 12, 1910. It seems as tho we heard that things come to him who waits. We have been waiting for many things and are still waiting and trusting that this old adage is true. Our citizens are not doing their duty when they neglect the public roads leading to Knox City.' We find that some are needing work, and there is no time for talking, as the time for doing is at hand. vorce," is the way an Arizona paper heads a news story. What was the woman doing?—Fort Worth Record. Laughing too. Why, should she do otherwise. Weeping would not cut any ice either way these days. Once tears were the only thing needed to hancle the jurors, but now it is far dif- ferent...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 19 August 1910

rrr !j if * i $ The Knox City Mercantile Company The Store Where your Dollars Go Farthest. i Dry Goods and Groceries. 4 >iu. City Barber Shop I have good sharp razors. This together with my long experience at the trade, guarantees satisfac- tion to my customer . All kinds of tonsorial work Laundry basket leaves Monday and returns Friday. Hallmark & Abbott. Just Remember That wo have the nicest and beat line of can- dies hi the city. There is none like ours. We will be glad to serve you any of the latest drinks Ben Cargill John H. Brice Physician and Surgeon KCfl&O Surgeon Office over Farmers Stata Bank PHONE 76; RFSIDENCE 55 "\D. ttt. \DfvVvi^ at Deeds axvd "Papera a Specialty, Dr. F. E. Stone Office at Orient Drug Store / Phones Office 48 Residence 89 C. E. BAI LEY DENTIST Permanently Located Office above Farmers' Bank. 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 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 19 August 1910

. ^ * «• «ft - « • «a> Land! Land! We Are in That Businss % Remember if yoü 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 or exchange, call and see me. W. M. Sandifer Land Co. Inc. Knox City Mr. and Mrs. S. I. Edwards of Sweetwater were in the 'city Tuesday of last week. , Mrs. J. T. Bearington and children are visiting at Seymour this week. Mrs. J. A. Frederick and friend, Mrs. Ashley of Tennessee were pleasant callers at the N^ws office last week. Uncle Lem Earnest of Munday passed through the city Satur day enroute to Benjamin. ; C. L. Ezell was shaking hands vfith friends in the city this w$eek. He was enroute to Sey- mour. M. F. Abbott has sold his in- terest in the City Barber Shop to his partner Mr. Hallmark. M. F. Abbott left Monday for Rotan where he has accepted a position. His family will stay in Knox City for a few # weeks before joining him in his new quarters. Dr. ...

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