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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 26 August 1910

THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS Official Organ of Knox City and Knox County. WE REACH THE PEOPLE, AND OUR MOTTO IS: "KNOX CITY FIRST, TIIE WORLD AFTERWARD" VOL. G. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUG. 26, 1910. Diiieii Willi la Sausier The Editor and W. Á. Brown I and families. \ K ^he editor and family and W. A. Brown, wife and son, William all had the pleasure of dining with Mr. and Mrs. Sandifer yes- terday. The edit :r had his wife to in- form Mrs. Sandifer that news- paper men only ate once a w eek and that yesterday was our day. Mrs. Sandifer well understood and cooked all the good things to be found, and then some', and to say the least we all had a grand feast which could only be prepared by an artist in the cul- linery dopartment. The editor has resolved to do more vis-ting in the future and we are looking for a few more friends just like Mrs. Sandifer. When it comes to coeking we do not know of the qualifications of many of the good women of our town but they are at liberty to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 26 August 1910

X MEAN. i f í 1 1! § i t I 1 I i ' 1 i I I fe í M r-y ¡1 i. I [I ú ■ ' i; I; 1 i « I" i¡ i ill si I WUlle—-We were playing insurance •ompany at school today and the boys treated me mean. Mama—Howf Willie—I was the president of the company, and before I could resign rtey fired me. Might Do It. "Do you know anything that will kill potato bugs?" asked the young man with the yellow Angers. "Yes," said the old lady with tbe gingham apron, crustily, "get 'em to «moke cigarettes!"—Yonkers States- man. P THK SYSTEM VHW TASTKl.KStJ TO DRIVE OUT MALARI. W *< t* O* jJHildt TONMJ. You know wliat roa «ra taking. ™be formula it plainly printed on erery bottle, ■boffin* It Is «Imply Quinine and Iron In a tanuv- teaa form. The Quinine drirea out tbe malaria and ins Iron balld up tbe r*tera. Bold by au teuler* tor M reara. Frloe 60 cent*. The Philosopher of Folly. "Kind words never die," says the Philosopher of Folly, "and that is why they are so seldom carried out." To harbor frptful and discont...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 26 August 1910

i—: JESUS ENURING JERUSALEM Wv ScfcaslLssssn far Aag. 28, 191* Specially Arranged (or This Paper LESSON TEXT.—Matthew 21:1-17. Mem- ory versee 10, 11. OOLDEN TEXT.—"Hosanna to the Bon of Davtd; Blessed Is he that cometh In the name of the Lord; Hosanna in the highest."—Matt. 21:9. TIME.—Sunday, April 2, A. D. SO, the day after the Jewish Sabbath, five day* before the crucifixion. Passion week. PLACE.—On the west slope of the Mount of Olives, toward Jerusalem from Bethany; then In the streets of Jerusalem and in the court of the temple. Suggestion and Practical Thought. The Triumphal Entry of the King Into the Capital of the Nation.—Vs. 1-11. "And when they drew nigh unto Jerusalem." This phrase Includes the journey f:om Jericho to Bethany (John 12: 1), where he arrived Friday eve- ning; the ¿upper on Saturday evening at the close of their Sabbath; and the leaving Bethany on their way to Jeru- salem Sunday morning, the day after their Sabbath. "And were come to Bethphage." (house of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 26 August 1910

r ! fí; •II Ét y 8íiá ^ i Established October 1904. ¡"iiíP Published.every Friday. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF KNOX C ITY ANI) KNOX COUNTY E B. ATTEHBURY Editor and Puhlisiiek. Subscription rates. * Cash in Advance. One Year • $i,oo Six Months °.5° Entered at the Postoffice at Knox City, Texas, as second class mail matter. Friday, Aug. 26, 1910. Thursday was a day for hat holding for all who had no strings and a West Texas rain was en- joyed by all. • well The strongest man is the man who has courage enough to stand for the right no matter what the opposition may be. Aspermont has promised #6,000 Bonus for water work and ■electric lights. This is a move in the right direction and the kind that makes her neighbors Bit up and take notice. Let West Texas grow. ' The News has just completed a tract on Instrumental music by Rev. W. C. Wright. It treats the subject well and should be read by all, both those who up- hold and oppose its use in the church. You have dpubtlessly been asked if you are a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 26 August 1910

• am gar«. SMilMMMim ill 1/ ' " ' * The Knox City Mercantile Company The Store Where your Dollars Go Farthest. 4 V Dry Goods and Groceries. > •>.. a B i .01- ■" b *. n Jits-; tysvi v.- City Barber Shop $j& 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. $3 & ft V A hn I Hallmark & Abbott. Did You Ever! 1 Stop and think about that fresh ¿ line of Cigars, Candies, Fruits, etc., 1 that 1 have just received? Some of | this is for you. Call and see me. | Ben Cargill | t John H. Brice PhysiclaA' and Surgeon KCI1&0 Surgeon Office nil Fmrms Stat* Ink PHONE 76; RfflKME 55 • Dr. F. E. Stone Office at Orient Drug Store Phones Office 48 Residence 89 -•s V). %. / Dttta a*& Drawtaf «f SUftaV Ya*m a SvecVaVta, > C. E. BAILEY DENTIST 'Permanently Located Office above Farmers' Bank. Citation. The State of Texas., In the Dis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 26 August 1910

KNOX COUNTY NEW5 K. B. ATTKKBl'KY, Kdltor ami I'ultlUber Entoiod at the pa t mu« at Knox Cltjr, T«xai, a invni «liHwall uiatU". KNOX CITY. TEXAS LARGE AND SMALL FAMILIES. Where the population ts largely agri- cultural and Isolated, and where labor scarce, the husbandman Is proud to raise a large family, for the boys In time will help to lift tbe. labor from his ahoulders, and also there Is always plenty of work for the girls to do about the farm. Moreover, food is plentiful and other desires are lew. But no such atlmulus for a large family exists In urban Ufe, where It Is often necessary 10 live In a flat, the very limitations of 'which point to the lnadvlsablllty of a numerous progeny, says Indianapolis Star. Moreover, as the Individual rises in the social scale former desires become present needs. The coming of numerous children would mean the sacrifice of these needs by the parents, the descent to a lower standard of liv- ing, and the parents will not consent Finally science has ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 26 August 1910

í¿ r \ - Mpac-* — V FROM THE STATE CAPITAL WHAT THE LEGISLATORS AND SENATORS ARE DOING FOR THEIR STATE AT AUSTIN. VI/ Austin: The work of the fourth called session of the Texas Legislature commenced in earnest Monday and the general hope in administration circles is that the solons will show close ap- plication to the problems and that muciv will be accooipiisned this week. The chr shed, spider and bill of lad- ing bills may be'pushed this week and sent $o final passage, after certain amendments are adopted. It is under- stood that somo of the conflicting in- terests have almost agreed on the changes in the three bills which will give them clear sailing and with only a minimum of opposition. If this abould be the case the bills will move with rapidity, • But there are three other matters under the Governor's call and they promise to produce the serious draw- backs to a harmonious session. After the two houses have passed their re- spective insurance bills it is going to be sarprisin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 26 August 1910

' "*"* ÍI'a J ! I "■ M I I if 1 I If •; m " r v • TO 1 '.V • ' r * Í Land! Land! We A re in That Businss. \ * Remember if you have land to Sell, 1 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 or exchange, call and see me. W. M. Sandifer Land Co. Irte Knox City «ufKuxuxBúwvr n&vzjcua: c-r r. «.cene : mama&Bm&si. aaissrjraya,: c amjsasxrz n. y. n?z :: ~ ¿i Vi mTarsexiMWMmnaEasmsrsamar x uiaAJr-a gif-jUnnr iT i nvi'^f'W^v-*'''* - -atf-"-*~tjc:^• r*^.*_y._t.-V- taces.* # ■: HftUHOMMinRnm&sap artiw wr—i.« 0SBU3iLTtB!maemBm&^ 11 ii r T Trr i iw Hiii ii iMWH - ,...• tuwYk-fev^uorau ■£ü\ . ts&QtfOMúiKWMM^^iaCKnk -icz¿ way*.crac;.uan^r v:: ■¿muxx*:mk¿s \r.ummt arc-. vr«* :.-jj',vraensr ■ • tó.TywsrapsiE -j OBQK • t¿ san -Ti. : .^r/Tm.w?mw«ftriífciv i_r iT. ■..■ac' | c-retiv:: jj^x-'.cr.au':, 7.:. rv^r^«fcG3rat>n-v^ ipwm ■uiim wrwBrfr.wi mw mi ii Ti 5 ___ HiMTng rri fi iiiau oesemnaa...

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

r- - • , :.r ■ Hi _ , t : THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. Official Organ of Knox Cit}r and Knox County. WE REACH THE PEOPLE, AND OUR MOTTO IS: "KNOX CITY FIRST, THE WORLD AFTERWARD" NO. St VOL. 6. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPT. 2, 1910. SUNDAY SGHHOL CONVENTION To Be Held at Sweetwater ' Texas Sept. 16,17,18. Sweetwater is making great plans for the entertainment of the Great District Sunday School Convention on the 16, 17, and 18 of September. The Mineral Springs Pavilion, located at the Mineral Springs, is a pleasant place to meet, and will hold all the people who come. Sunday school workers from Fort Worth to El Paso are expected and hun- dreds have signified their inten- tion of being present. The pur- pose of this convention is to bring helpful and inspiring mes- sages and practical methods to the workers, which if adopted and carried out in the s various Sunday schools of Texas would increase the Sunday school mem- bership over a half million in a year. This is no impossib...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 2 September 1910

■V -tfív S W*mg KNOX COUNTY NEWS I EVENTS BOLES DOWN K.B. ATTKKBI KY, Kdttor and lubll.h.r Entered at the pontnfllre at Kuos l'Ujr, T **, u MXKDJ-claM malí tuatt.r. ft' V 7 ' i I ' tifc, MF' KÉí4'' - I I KNOX CITY, TKXAS THE DANGEROUS HOUSE FLY. Tile city department of public hfcaftfc Klvea * timely and needed warn la* to tboee lea Ting the city for their vaca- tions to avoid places where there are many flies. Those who follow this ad- vice will avoid places which are un- cleanly, which allow food and garbage to be so exposed as to attract and feed the flies, says the Phlliadelphta Preea. They will avoid places where stables and dwellings are In near vicinity, as the exposed manure is the choice breeding place of thousands and even millions of flies. In other words, tc avoid disease-conveying flies avoid places where they permit flies to breed and feed. Formerly the condi- tions which multiply flies and the flies themselves were considered ob- jectionable but endurable. Now the pati...

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

•y.4. fl i FROM THE STATE CAPITAL WHAT THE LEGISLATORS AND SENATORS ARE DOING FOR THEIR STATE AT AUSTIN. >\VMV^V \VV'(\v>' '*W''\*$V3SSV:Í v>V; W/ \*J£<\v£ LL Austin: This week may see the «pedal session of the Legislature dis- pose of the important bills pending now ready to bo considered. No one believes that final adjournment will come this week, but legislative affairs could so be shaped during the few days coming that a get-away could be made next week. It can be said that quite a good deal was accomplished during the week just ended. And if the work is sarrled on with just a little more ener- gy much will have been accomplished oy the end of this week. Three bills, or practically half the •Bubjects submitted for this session, teve been disposed of and the Legis- lature recorded thereon. 4. & G. N. Bill Passes. The Senate Saturday afternoon pass- ed finally the "International and Great Northern" bill after an all day ■debate, without even a recess at noon. AH am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 2 September 1910

- antft,, fwamfc-SK. 4 ^ W i*' «nf i.iii « *¿ \ >\ • i; • v" • " •*>.•%« ,.t V.* V* ,. •"•*0 5®wl IR: • ;t • i i ¡ ! §f;] II ■I ■ W I U i •vi* '■> i - I 1 I 1 i ^ % : GENERAL DIRECTORY riethodist Church. Rev M. S. Leveridge, Pastor. Services ever}' Sunday morn- ing and evening. Sunday School 10 a. m. every Sunday. Central Baptist Xhurch. 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 night. Ladies Aid Thursday 3 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. John H. Brice Physician and Surgeon K C H & 0 Surgeon Office over Farmers State Bank PHONE 76; RFSIDENGE 55 Dr. F. E. Stone Office at Orient Drug Store Phones Office 48 Residence 89 C. E...

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

' " wj V o u 9 •• I i I The Knox City Mercantile Company f The Store Where your Dollars Go Farthest. Dry Goods and Groceries. 14 : • \ *i j 3S3H I City Barber Shop Z/**§ I have good sharp razors. This together with my long experience at the trade, guarantees satisfac- jj$| tion to ray customers. All kinds of tonsorial work M Laundry basket leaves Monday and returns Friday. Hallmark & Abbott. Did You Ever! Stop and think about that fresh line of Cigars, Candies, Fruits, etc., that I have just received? Some of this is for you. Call and see me. Ben Cargill Advertised Letters, Parties calling for these letters will please state that they are advertised, give date and pay lo postage due on eaoh. J. E. Clarke, P. M. Knox City, Texas. Aug. 22, 1010. Bob Howellr Fletcher Mashburn J. M. Smallwood Thomas 0. Tripp Eddie Todd. Dr. I. J. Valvey. I wish to state to my friends and customers that I am again back at my old post, and to those wanting dental work I am ready to serve you. Dr. C. E...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 2 September 1910

—i—WliiriWIWiHII ■WIWMBMWBMMMa -- ■ , - -I Coining Rod 200 Years Old. Wtnslow W. Plfleld of Medford. Mam., owns a metallic divining rod torought from England more than two feundred yeara ago by one of bin an- —atora. The rod. aaya Mr. Plfleld, baa tfiaap used Bucceaafully all over New SBogland and in tbe western mining atlatrlcta. U ta attached to whalebone ftnndlea 12 inches long and weighs two «unces. The handlea have Inscriptions on them which are utmost .obliterated toy age. The person who brought the rod to America was Isaac Oreenleaf, who set- tied in Massachusetts. The rod becume famous as a finder of water. After tnark.ng the place of many springs the rod waa used In California. Colorado nnd North Carolina for locating by men Cn guest 0r gold mines and other mot- els. One pweon who used It with par- ticular success waa a blind man, In whoee handathe rod is maid to have dona marvels. A Strong Preaoher. The miniatar'a eight-year-old daugh- ter waa returning with her parenta fr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 2 September 1910

TEXAS NEWS Amount, of insurance written by Texas nonresident legal reserve life Insurance companies during 1909 /$24,331,938, amount of premiums col- lected 12,322,901, death claim paid 1651,095. With simple form the cornerstone was laid Saturday afternoon for the new Christian Science Church in Dal- las. The building, already well un- der way, will be erected on the cor- ner of Cadiz and Browder streets. It is to be of brick and stone and will cost $75,000. Loaded to its capacity, the steam- ship Chalmette of the Morgan Line steamed from Baltimore on its initial trip with a cargo of canned goods, destined for Galveston, Tex. The Chalmette had in its spacious hold 2,400 tons, or 100,000 cases, of canned goods, packed by the canners of this city. On tough, wiry cow ponies, Theo- dore Roosevelt rode thirty miles Sat- urday across the plains of Wyoming. He wanted to get back once more among the cowboys in their own country and mingle with them as he did in the old days, twenty-seven ye...

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

ifwm mm i > „• > '* MW# **•*•" * a 11 m- jo - % ~ ^ ^ a ?í"AV/^'*,,,'- " V'V'-V'''''*j*ii/"t ■WMW r Lane// i We i4re in 77iaf 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. * • ' ¿ i W. M. Sandifer Land Co. Inc. \ Knox City Mrs. Ashley, of Chattanoogo, Tenn., who has been visiting Mrs. J. A. Frederick, left Mon- day for Colorado where she will visit for a time before returning home. Mrs. Bettie Garrison and nephew, Milton Garrison, of Dal- las are visiting Mrs. Garrisons brother J. H. McLain. J. C. Ater was a pleasant call- er at the News office last week and added his name to our list of readers. Mr. Ater says that no home is complete without the News and we perfectly agreed with him. Rev. Wm. Pearn, of Crowell, District Evangelist for Chrsitian Church of the north half of Stamford District was in Knox City this week. Rev...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 16 September 1910

mwrnmá ' mm * *jr THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS Official Organ of Kjio^ City and Knox County. WE HEAOH THE PEOPLE, AND OXJR MOTTO IS: "KNOX CITY FIRST, TIIE WOULD AFTEHWAHD" VOL. 6. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPT. 16, 1910. ANOTHER"HEN" PARTY Given In Honor Of Miss Alyco McLain. Mrs. Rosa Wilson and Miss Ethel Wilson entertained a num- ber of young ladies last Satur- day evening in honor of Miss Alyce McLain, the following day, Sunday, being her birthday. This being another "hen par- ty" the young men were not in- vited and not being permitted to attend we know nothing of the secrets of such gatherings or social functions and it is a hard matter for one of the oppo- site sex to intellegently or elab- orately put forth the main events of the evening. It is said that the most of the evening was spent in discussing marriages and marrying. Also that there was plenty of good music and that a nice course of refresh- ments were served. Miss Alyce received several nice presents but did ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 16 September 1910

w I I I ERlCANi HOME! BRADFORD EDITOR \te Wüiliam .V Rjutí W: «sswer « ..>jér„ urt ami *ii '!«:• 5"RX£ OF CCMSIT <m ü! su*|a«!0 perraiaimf t tt> ef eutUilu* tir tí* re*.i. rs o< trtj Oí tíTininf. ií ain art«fc «rpw- r'*nt** L Salir, ir Ajtfknr ixul X*wfaí- larwr, ft* «i. V "tiour. innnr. th* fe:*íi**? «jstlínrlty w il wkjiwa A-tifH* «B loqiitrtM 'JV A. N'-v JÜ4 FifUl Av«.. CWca^o IE n«t <n*ijr «a- «U-.M ( >••«« «AJf.p fe- It oftn ae«*m.s tkat tli« sty> <x ap- icararte* oí fh* hons-í do^an"? make so m'jrh rflSfrenci u the site oo which It ta IraJIL In erury town and village there are ntmp\#* that prove thU. Therm are delightful little plaoea a«t back among «hade tree* and flower*, the house really very plain and ordinary In design. which give one a rentfal. homelike feeling by walking past. Then for every one of this kind «here la one of the other, to keep the balance, probably. Every town has them. The house la large and pom pouH. quite an architectural creat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 16 September 1910

TEXAS NEWS HAPPENINGS A big rain and hailstorm is reported to have visited the vicinity of Leland and Rice, In Ellis county, knocking out a great deal of open cotton and break- ing many window lights. Crops are reported badly damaged. Dr. Fred Baker of San Angelo is exhibiting some specimens of rubles which he found imbedded in a slab of granite along the banks of the North Concho River. Dr. Baker claims to know something about the value of rubies and pronounced them first- class specimens. The Texas Commercial Secretaries' Association recently sent out Inquiries to Commercial Clubs throughout the State asking for an estimate of money to be expended on the Improvements to public highways during the year, 1911, and the replies received indicate that there will be approximately $20,- 000,000 of bonds issued for building and improving public highways during the coming year. During the past twenty-four hours four new cases and five deaths have been reported from towns in the chol- era d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 16 September 1910

'V, wm * % t THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS Established October 1904. Published every Friday. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF KNOX CITY AND KNOX COUNTY B. ATTERBURY Editou and Publisher. Advertising Rates: Four issues one month. Subscription rates. Cash in Advance. • One Year $1,00 ' Six Months ° 5° Entered at the Postoffice at Knox City, Texas, as second «Lass mail matter. Friday, Sept. ,16 1910. Democratic Non.inees. fpfar Representative. R. B, HUMPHREY. (Throckmorton,) For District Attorney. ISAAC O. NEWTON. Ftor County J udge. j. H. MILAM. S*or County Attorney. 8. A. KULAWICK. Wor Tax Assessor LEK COFFMAN Pbr Trearurer O. L ÍLEM) EARNEST for Sheriff. W. S. BRITTON. ' District and County Clerk. their rag chewing in Maine the democrats have had a land slide. The govei nor and several othei state officers were elected by the democrats. This is but a sam- ple of what will be dune in our national affairs two years hence. Democracy is soon to be once more in the lead. J. A. MARTIN. 1 Commissioner O. T. TOMPK...

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