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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 16 September 1910

[ — • O STORE NEWS ~\ .«( \ - Inducements will be offered by our store to meet the existing conditions. We feel that we can afford to share our profits with our customers and with that end in view we shall make the very lowest cash prices possible. We appreciate the trade you have given us and will make it to your interest to trade with us now. Come in and inspect the new goods, whether you buy or not we will be glad to show you. Htr •d i Ladies Fall Headwear > i Is the absorbing topic among the ladies at this time and you will find in our millinery department the very latest styles and the most complete stock in West Texas. Come in ana see the new hats--try them on. You will not be urged to buy. We want you to get acquainted with the prettiest fall hats you have ever seen. Ask for silver coupons given with every cash purchase. The Knox City Mercantile Company The Store Where your Dollars Go Farthest. Dry Goods and Groceries. ) v ■ 3 J

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 16 September 1910

1% " ¡Hit. ' Í f i i KNOX COUNTY NEWS K. B. ATTKHM'HY, Kdltor and iMibliíhar Kntored t th.< iHu-loItlr* at Knox CMj . Tum, •• m«ll matlrr. KNOX CITY, TKkXAS WAR MADE IMPOSSIBLE. If all the "advanced" Ideas were adopted It would teem that war would aoou be made Impossible. Many schemes have been exploited In the shape of skillfully written newspaper or magazine articles, but the building of big warships continues. The latest claimant for attention at Washington la an Individual who has conceived the brilliant plan of having ships carry a reel of barbed wire at the ■tern, so arranged that an end can be thrown overboard while the vessel •teams swiftly around the enemy un- til the letter's propellers are so tan- gled up that they cannot turn. Then. ■ayB the inventor, "all the fleet need 1s to sail away and leave its enemy's men to starve and its ships to rust." But the naval authorities have filed away this most Impressive sugges- tion along with that of the man who a few years ago w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 16 September 1910

nORIKDITUKE r p j? ^ «. _ •* SO i ' • SMALL PEST INJURES ASTER If Extreme Watchfulness Is Not Exer^ cised Maggot Will Destroy Planta In Quick Order. (By B. L. ELLIOTT.) Keep watch of your asters, for "In such an hour as ye know not" the maggot may attack them. It Is better, however, to ac' tin the belief that this enemy is sure to come, and take measures to head him off. Work wood ashes into the soli about the plants, and remove • little soil immediately about the base of each plant and scat- ter tobacco dust there liberally. This will not injure the plant, but it may discourage the pest in his effort to get at the stalk of it. Of late, many col- lections of asters In the west have been ruined by this grub. The plant will look perfectly healthy today; to- morrow It will have a withered appear- ance and the next day It will be yel- low and if you take hold of its top and give a slight pull off It will come close to the ground. Examination will show that It has been eaten into at that...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 16 September 1910

■w - t>'l II 4* gfí * 15 ¥ X if 1 • 1 jf '4 ® í f J— > • ft «ii ' fi Land! Land! We Are in That Businss. 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 or exchange, call and see me. W. M. Sandifer Land Co. Inc. L Knox City ■ GUFF NEWS. Hello, dear chats and editor, how are you all this fine morn- ing? Roy Fowler who fchas had the fever, is improving fast. Mrs. M. L. Benton's baby has been real sick the past week, but is better at this writing. Mr. R. D. Overby and wife spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. L. 0. Ward. Mr. Cleave Angle and Miss Jewel Fowler and Z. A. Ham- mickand wife spent a fewjiours Sunday afternoon with H. Winn and family west of Knox City. Mr. Weaver and family spent Surday with J. A. L. Ward. T. J. Fowler spent Sunday with J. H. Benton. Chas. McCown and wife spent Sunday with M. L. Benton. Bige Tankersley and Huerh Gamble spent Sunday afternoon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 23 September 1910

«c>~ 2T COUNTY N Official Organ of Knox City and Knox County. WE REACH THE PEOPLE, AND OUU MOTTO IS: "It TV OX CITY FIH8T, TIIE WOUI.l) AFTEH W A It IV* VOL. 6. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, S? ; 23, 1910. HURT i B! y J, H, Humphries Log Was Bad- ly Broken. Ón last Faiday waning one of W. H. V> licta\.os ran 'a v/¿;v ./Ir o i: :cí di a bta av. There v ero th re a o: rants in the ftúggy, J. U. Humphries,- Jame?. Rigsby and Grady Ben: diet. The boys liad been out driving when Mr. Humphries got in the buggy with them to hunt his horses. The harness had no backing straps on it. hence the buggy was allowed to run up on the horse's heels, this being the cause of the horse be- coming frightened and unman- ageble.Ü This Was the second time the horse had ran away that after- noon, the first time no damage being done, and he started at corner of Fourth Street and Austin Avenue. It was on Third Street between Waco and Dal- las Avenues that ihe parties tried to jump from the bugg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 23 September 1910

KNOX COUNTY NEWS ! EVENTS BOILED DOWN E.B. aTTKKBI'KY, Editor aud rublt.li.i Enlerrt tl the imwIoIB™ at Knox C'ltj, Tcui, u • > . it ] olin mall nialtrr. KNOX CITY, TEXAS GROWING COUNTRIE8. The census department of Canada estimates the present population of the Dominion to be 7.350,000. The dis- tribution by sections is: Maritime provinces, 1,037,112; Quebec. 2,088,- •461; Ontario, 2,619,025; Western prov- inces, 1,371,164; unorganised terri- tories, 68,309. It Is not surprising that Canada, with her many resources and her healthful climate and varied op- portunities for Industrial wealth-seek- ers, should grow all the time, says the Mexican Herald. A sturdy race which Increases by the excess of births over deaths is continually being reinforced by Immigration, and that of the best kind. The consuming power of the population of Canada Is very Iprge. and accounts for the heavy Importa- tions of foreign goods and the excel- lent support given to home Industries. «Argentina, with ab...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 23 September 1910

"3É.! • K-" — -«. t é • > -- /■ & siy FROM THE STATE CAPITAL WHAT THE LEGISLATORS AND SENATORS ARE DOING FOR THEIR STATE AT AUSTIN. _u RO\D«-E\RM NT Austin: The conferees got together on the insurance bill and it wa¿ fin- ally passed in both houses. inci- dentally House members are crowing that they slipped one over on the Señarte, after all of the fight and ob- stinacy. As adopted, the bill is the same as that described in full before iwith an addition to Section 3, to satis- fy the Senators who clamored against any of the Campbell appointees hold- ing over Into the Colquitt administra- tion. • The conference committee's substi- tute insurance bill struck a snag of some proportions in the Senate and is now in the air on one proposition; and, as usual with this special ses- sion, it is political in its nature. It is the old story of conflicts between |the outgoing and the incoming Ad- ministrations. I Tbe bill provides that the term of one member of the State Insurance .Board...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 23 September 1910

THE KíiQX COUNTY Established October 1904. NEWS Published every Friday. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF KNOX CITY AND KNOX COUNTY. E B. ATTERBURY Editor and Pubusuek. Advertising Rates: Four issues one month. Subscription rates. Cash in Advance. One Year $' °° Six Months ° 5° Entered at the Postoffice at Knox City, Texas, as second class mail matter. Friday, Sept. 23, 191 o. Democratic Nominees. For Representative. R. B, HUMPHREY. (Throckmorton,) For District Attorney. ISAAC O. NEWTON. For County Judge. J. H. MILAM. For County Attorney. 8. A. KÜLAWICK. For Tax Assessor LEE COFFMAN For Trearurer G. L ÍLEM) EARNEST For Sheriff. W. S. BRITTON. For District and County Clerk. J. A. MARTIN. For Commissioner G. T. TOMPKINS. For Public Weighor, Precinct 6. A. S. TARPLEY. For Constable, Precinct No. 5. J. H. PREMENTER. You can't expect a woman to get much enjoyment out of the church service if there are at least three women on her row who are wearing more expen- sive hats than her own. This paper is anxio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 23 September 1910

•4 I ' • ' ^ •**' « * V 4 « ✓ r* - - . # W* - STORE NEWS Inducements will be offered by our store to meet the existing conditions. We feel that we can afford to share our profits with our customers and with that end in view we shall make the very lowest cash prices possible. We appreciate the trade you have given us and will make it to your interest to trade with us now. Come in and inspect the new goods, whether you buy or not we will be glad to show you. Ladies Fall Headwear Is the absorbing topic among the ladies at this time and you will find in our millinery department the very latest styles and the most complete stock in West Texas. Come in and see the new hats--try them on. You will not be urged to buy. We want you to get acquainted with the prettiest fall hats you have ever seen. Ask for silver coupons given with every cash purchase. t The Knox City Mercantile Company The Store Where your Dollars Go Farthest. Dry Goods and Groceries. 41

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 23 September 1910

TH¿ WAY HE FIGURED IT. / Mr. Wise—It's a fine machine, bat I have to employ a man who does noth- ing else but keep It in the repair. ' Auto Agent—Weli, if it furnishes kteady employment for one man. it's a great deal better auto than those that don't L Where Size Counts. Edna thoughtfully considered a cow at was calmly grazing In a meadow across the way. "Mamma, how old is that cow?" she finally Inquired. "She Is four years old," answered Edna's mother. Edna considered the answer and from time to time appeared to be comparing herself with the cow. fWell," was her parting comment on |he question, "tta 41ve aad that cow ta big enough "to be fifty." A Busy Life. ¡ Sub-Editor—A dispatch from the penitentiary says the convicts have Struck and refuse to work unless they pan have pie twice a day. Great Editor (busily)—Counsel mod «ration and arbitration.—New York weekly. Don't Take Chances of having a sick spell by delay, when you notice the first sign of Stomach, Liver or Bowel weakness. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 23 September 1910

' + +* % * w* . ^ > .. „. „i • ^ *,✓ r • ** +<r TEXAS NEWS HAPPENINGS The Wichita Valley Railway Com- pany is erecting a new passenger de- pot at Haskell and enlarging the freight depot, in accordance with plans approved by the State Railroad Commission. The State of Texas began the new fiscal year with a balance of 1,524,- 641.61 in the State Treasury to the credit of the general revenue, while the entire balance in the State Treas- ury to the credit of all funds was 1,- 739,753.92. Railroads which carry cotton have begun the new plan of attaching to all orders for export cotton a certifi- cate of validation certifying that the railroad agent signing the bill is the properly authorized representative of the company. Capt. J. P. Head, roadmaster of the Texas Central, states that efforts will be made to complete the extension of the road to Sipe Springs by Sept. 15 and to Rising Star by Oct. 1. It is ex- pected that this road will move cotton from Sipe Springs to the DeLeon com...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 23 September 1910

*,"P m i i I1 i I i pf'v I I 1 I hi i A Land! Land! We Are in That Businss U Remember if you have land to Sell, I am the .man you are looking f >r. I ani 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. SandiferLand Co. Inc. 4 Knox City BBtr,rnx«.T • v.-. ; UBODMUI r\ yctwejwt nm^tamtaon —BcnMPwiw i!i aau&as • - awre>:g.ias HMPfl ■r^wmwiwimw iOT.. miwca* INÉÉII ■ ««rxiiiMirciMWM&iaBBr.:* .uBr 2CwracsLK.a."ri-.i..*.jf.nimMifi i i ipweammmsmtanz:r~ awrs*«n: .'i——.4'.*> .ayrfBfflirrtir.vv-. . . v w,T «r z&msfumm*r ■ ¿«s'Wr;-! uu¿iMI .m ., i wjK«BaMauBacgaj<t«i ycr.'.m" ^ ;k.«r^ 1.-3CT.'.^-?aB5i ^^^aaKaK«iaacga^apa^:ffisr.j wi, j iM",mrrT"*"T" irr-ffnr'fTfT''"" B ■r^aaxkaBacu 4VB ■ n c. -jssorssnu.!! '-.a^ sroaiMBramaBMBemeMmmBmiimsaemmiTái^gaiHsx ,« cnaaa^ UNION GROVE ITEMS. There was preaching at the Grove Saturday and Sunday. Start Richards, of near Rule was in this community Sunday...

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

1 X THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. Official Organ of Knox City and Knox County. WE REACH THE PEOPLEt AND OUR MOTTO ISi "KNOX CITY FIRST, THE WORLD AFTERWARD" VOL. 6. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCT. 7, 1910. NO. 36 Entertains J. U. G. Club. Miss Brunette Wood, assisted by Miss Spangler entertained the J. U. G. Club last evening. Several games of "42" were played, the score cards used rep- resenting a wheel of life, and the result of the game was very promising for Dr. Edwards who is one of the new members. A nice course of chocolate and cake was served. Miss Lois Wood will entertain next Thurs- day night with a Tacky Masquer- ade party. Services Next Sunday At the Christian Church, sub- ject for morning services, "Her- meneutics, or Rules of Inter- pretation." Evening subiect, "Scriptural Election and Predestination." Everybody invited to come to these services. Come and bring a friend. W. C. Wright, Minis- ter. Uncle Ben Scott, of Seymour was in the city this week. Miss Vaughan C...

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

y s / íM The Only Way. "How cau 1 win you for my Tery ownf "You fellows might get up a raf- fle," answered the summer girl. 'Tin engaged to seven of you." PERFECT HEALTH, m Tatt'i Pilla keep the lyitem In perfect order. They recúlate the bowel* and produce A VIGOROUS BODY. Care elck headache, conetlpatlon and malaria. Tuffs Pills 1 TRAPPERS The trapping aea> •on U uear o.ui fura wilt took be ripe and ready to harveat. Price* will be higher than a ral'* back and trapping will par big profita. Coon, Mink, Skunk, Munkrat, Opoaaum, etc., will make yon more money than patch of Cotton, or a bunch of ateera. Let ua rod you the latest Information on real fui value*, and tell you bow to get high price* for fnrs. It'* all free. A pontal will do. Wrltetoday. MYERS MYB CO., 205 N. Mala St. SI. leeU, Ma. £XJ*rfU*W i • rnrJ. *V v'v '¿VV, In 1848 Old Reliable Mexican Mustang Liniment began its career of healing Man & Beast. Its just as good to-day as then. Same formula used because itcouldn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 7 October 1910

r~ ii&uerjr [i PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE HAS IEEN OUTLINED SUMMARY 18 FURNISHED BY COM- BINATION OF LATE 8PEACHE8 AND LETTERS. PR06RAM IS FORMIDABLE ONE In a General Way This Program May Be Forecast With Some Degree of Certainty. Washington. Oct. 4: By taking President Taft's speech before the National League of Republican Clubs Saturday night, his speech before the Conservation Congress at St. Paul, ex- tracts from his political epistle to Chairman McKinley of the Republican Congressional Campaign Committee, and adding thereto a chapter of the progress of the Panama Canal and its defense and chapter summarizing our foreign relation, is will be possible to forecast the next Executive message to Congress, as Mr. Taft conceives that document at this time. It is stated on authority of the members of the Cabinet that the President's idea, with such additions as may be necessary, Into what is to constitute his next message to Congress. From the suggestions in the speech- es and the letter ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 7 October 1910

V ' Democratic Non inees QNffOMERY C\iaco\&\vs\ I have the nicest and freshest line of- Can- dies to be found in the city. Call and see me. *5. Car^iW John H- Brice Physician and Surgeon KCn&O Surgeon Office over Farmers State Bank PHONE 76; RFSIDENGE 55 AD. KC. Saattfrt "ttoVana "PvfoMc "\Dt\Vvtvq Tweeds &xvd. "DraxovTv^ &e^aV "?apeTS & Specv&W^ C. E. BAILEY DENTIST Permanently Located Office above Farmers' Bank Dr. F. E. Stone Office at Orient Drug Store Phones Office 48 Residence 89 Miss Sallie Williams who has been visiting Mr?. Pope for some time left Sunday for Ben- jamin. Mrs. Pope accompanied her returning Monday morning. Go to S. Eewards Elevator for pkre corn chops and rich mill itin bran chops $1 50 bran $1 40 We also handle the best Nigger Head and Mcalaster coal and Will appreciate your patronage. •The Ne vs $1.03 pyea«\ See J. C. Wooldridge before buying your building material. We nvite your careful inspec- tion. Children's school shoes- We have...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 7 October 1910

1. " " — *— r STORE NEWS Inducements will be offered by our store to meet the existing conditions. We feel that we can afford to share our profits with our customers and with that end in view we shall make the very lowest cash prices possible. We appreciate the trade you have given us and will make it to your interest to trade with us now. Come in and inspect the new goods, whether you buy or not we will be glad to show you. 1 „Vl" . .VI Ladies Fall Headwear i ? Is the absorbing topic among the ladies at this time and you will find in our millinery department the very latest styles and the most complete stock in West Texas. Come in ana see the new hats-try them on. You will not be urged to buy. We want you to get acquainted with the prettiest fall hats you have ever seen. Ask for silver coupons given with every cash purchase. rfiv > * V i: •* ~ 1 n -i • 1 The Knox City Mercantile Company The Store Where your Dollars Go Farthest. Dry Goods and Groceries. ■*'

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 7 October 1910

KNOX COUNTY NEWS * E. B. ATTKBBURY, Editor a jut PnHtihtr Enterad at the poitofllo* II El ios City, Tmai, m ••eoad-eteii mail matter. KNOX CITY, - . - TF.YAS SHOPPING IN MIDOCEAN. The wireless message pulsing over the sea has put the voyaging financier In dally communication with the bourses of New York, London and Paris. Even in mldocean the capital- ist may buy or sell, with a view to •the protection or the profit of his ipurse. But It were vain for mere man to Imagine that he could reserve this Instrumentality to his exclusive use. If the wireless can be utilized to snake or to conserve money, it fol- lows as the night the day that it Is available for spending money. The «nterprising merchant could not tail to be alert to this opportunity to in- crease the debit side of a fair client's account, says Washington Post. Fath- ers, husbands, brothers have cherished the thought that when their dear oues were safely at sea in swift and luxur- ious palaces, the item of shopping was in a ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 7 October 1910

ER1CANÍ HOME BRADFORD EDITOR design is simple tod well adapted to the man of moderate means. This house should be constructed on a large lot that will admit of lawn decorations, shrubs and trees and pos- Mr. William A. Radford will answer questions and Rive advice FREE OF COST on all subjects pertaining to the uubjoct of building for the readers of this paper. On account of his wide expe- rience as Editor, Author and Manufac- turer, he la, without doubt, the highest authority on all these subjects. Address all Inquiries to William A. Radford, No, 194 Fifth Ave., Chicago, 111., and only en- close two-cent stamp for reply. It has been said it is a very com- mendable fact that rapid advancement has been made by all connected with building operations toward better and Improved construction methods, but at that there are certain types which are not given the amount of attention that they should receive. The ele- ment of the cost of materials is en- tering more and more Into the prob- lem...

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

■ i Land! Land! Are That Businss I £ m ' it § 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 or exchange, call and see me. t |v- 1 W. M. Sandifer Land Co. Inc Knox City THE KNOX* COUNTY NEWS Established October 1904. Published every Friday. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF KNOX CITY AND KNOX COUNTY E. B. ATTERBURY Editor and Publisher. Advertising Rates: Four issues one month. bubscription rates. Cash in Advance. One Year $1,00 Six Months 0,50 Entered at the .Postoffice at Knox City, Texas, as second class mail matter. Friday, Oct. 7, 1910. Remember if there is no other way we can issue bonds and im- prove our roads on the install- ment plan. What do you think about it? We might say that the cost of living was not so high when father choped off the boys hair or when mother laundried the collars. Knox City was blessed w'th a nice little shower Sunday even- ing, and while all are tha...

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