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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 14 October 1910

MP - • ■<r- í* ^i THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS Official Organ of Knox City and Knox County. WE REACH THE PEOPLE, AND OUR MOTTO IS: "KNOX CITY FIRST, THE WOULD AÍTKHWAHD" VOL. 6. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCT. 14, 1910. NO. 37 EDITOR VISIT- EDO'BRIEN The Llttlt Git) Has AVery Prosparius AppearaRce. The editor had the pleasure of visiting O'Brien yesterday after- noon and found everything look- ing prosperous in the little city. We found that there had been a bank" organized, Farmers and Merchants Bank, with Mr. J. E. Guyer as cashier. We found both he and his wife to be very nice, courteous and intelligent people and the very kind of peo- ple that O'Brien are glad to have located there. Mr. Guyer is well pleased with the prospects of the new organization and has al- ready joined the O'Brien Boost- ing Club. The 'next new thing to *our eyes was the work on a nice con- crete church the Baptist are building at a cost of about $8000. This shows, that the people of O'Brien are awa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 14 October 1910

nc o— « (i í< i i 1 ü 1 I I I Y Sb i I h ■ K I k- K ¿"i *>,. I % II I 'I i i f 1 V •J \; i \ f" IB X* four IVIleh of MUNYONS 0YSPEP5IA *• vi• r \ Immii r" i i nr will lltMÍ.MIlll lie La U ll El iíikI un itjofMle worn out > I unid i h^.tind relieve ríislros. 1 W. L. DOUGLAS HVrOc!88EP SHOES xnrs $2.oo, #2.50, «sao, m jo, $4.00, mm WOMEN'S $2.R0, $3, W.M, H — BOYS' S8.00, W.50 & «8.00 THE 8TANDARD POR 30 YEARS They ara absolutely the moat popular and bestahoea for the prica in Amarle*. They are tha leaders every- whare becaoae they hold their aha pa, fit better, look better and wear lon- car than other makes. They an positively the _ moat economical ahoéa for you to hoy. Douglas name and the retail price are stamped on the bottom—value guaranteed. TAKB NO SUMTITUTBI if your dealer aannot «npply yon write tor Mall Order Catalog. W.L. DOUGLAS, ~ * " Sick Hods cost you lots of good money. You can savethe money by giv- ing them a real medicine, thati acts on their livers— fiL...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 14 October 1910

-r*"1 - - - • r — - ■W — v. ¥> 1 !r I I \ TEXAS NEWS HAPPENINGS The Commercial Club of Graham, Texas, has secured for this city a well- equipped irou foundry, which is being rapidly installed. Cotton sold in the streets of Bonita at 14.65c. The yard receipts are 991 bales. The cotton is reported to be 60 per cent gathered. The contractor who has in charge the building of the Girls' Industrial Home in Abilene, says this biuldlng will be complete within six weeks. A small tenant house burned to the (round on the farm of J. D. Smith, about two miles south of O'Brien, Tex., The building was occupied by T. C. Smith, who lost all his household goods besides $500 in cash and several land notes and accounts. It is expected that the contract for the erection of the Federal building at Terrell will be awarded in the near future. The building is to cost $50,000. The site, on North Francis street, was purchased several months ago. The Confederate veterans of Kauf- —man County are raising a f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 14 October 1910

V fí fi I I i; I I i K v'ps: ,i.' J 5 i (wamrni C\voco\&\te\ I have the nicest and freshest line of Can- dies to be found in the city. Call and see me. "B. "3. (iax4\,VV John H. Brice Physician and Surgeon KCn&O Surgeon Office over Farmers State Bank PHONE 76; RFSIDENCE 55 AD. Nt. Satv&fcY "KO\&vyj "PuYAXc - "VOtWVixq ^ Deeds axvd T>ram^ £>t$a\, "Papers a SvecvaW^, C. E. BAILEY DENTIST Permanently Located Office above Farmers' Bank Dr. F. E. Stone Office at Orient Drug Store Phones Office 48 rResidence 89 Democratic Nom inees. For Representative. R. 13, HUMPHREY. (Throckmorton,) For District Attorney. ISAAC O. NEWTON. For County Judge. J. H. MILAM. For County Attorney. S. A. KULAWICK. For Tax Aesessor LEE COFFMAN For Trearurer O. L. ÍLEM) EARNEST For Sheriff. W. S. BRITTON. For District and County Clerk. J. A. MARTIN. For Commissioner G. T. TOMPKINS. For Publio Weighor, Precinct 6. A. S. TARPLEY. For Constable, Precinct No. 5. J. H. PREMENTER. Frizzel & Car...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 14 October 1910

y* - 1'f^i 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. *^v 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 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. 'L ... i>m, ■' L « v,i'

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 14 October 1910

- ■■ ■ ii 111 w KNOX COUNTY NEWS f 1 i f| # f ■A MflfMI B.B. ATTUUUkT, fcdltor and PublUbar Catara* at tbe (*.««.flic* at K jwi City, Ttiu, aa •miart Maaamall natter. KNOX CITY, - - . TEXAS GIRLS IN CITIES. The jromif girl who tried dramatlo- tllr to tak« her life in New York re- rough disappointment and placed the blame upon the Daldera It In no degree either the business or pub- lie social aide of American life, says Washington Post Tbe responsibility for such an outcome must be borne by those who are in duty bound to give their children right views of life. The sight of a young girl, however preco- cious, going to a city like New York without friends or ad risers to whom she would listen, and very evidently head-strong and impulsive, there to spend two years writing a book and precious manuscripts which she ro- mantically wishes to be buried with her, calla forth nothing but pity. But this sentiment does not obscure the fact that the girl was permitted to gain a false "view of he...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 14 October 1910

- wn iww n~> The Ame Horn WILL Mr. William A. Radford will answer questions and give advice FREB) OF COST on all subjects pertaining to the subject of building for the readers of this paper. On account of his wide expe- rience as Editor, Author and Manufac- turer, he is, without doubt, the highest authority on all these subjects. Address «11 inquiries to William A. Radford. No. 194 Fifth Ave., Chicago, 111., and only en- close two-cent stamp for reply. The prospective builder should not ¿ose sight of the fact that some day It may be necessary or desirable to sell the house he proposes to.build; and, if it is attractive and artistic in appearance and well arranged, it can always be disposed of, and that, too. at a good profit to the owner. The re- quirements of different families, how- ever they may differ in regard to cer- tain minor matters, are in general about the same. So, by giving care- ful thought and study to the design of the bouse when building, it may be made to suit e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 14 October 1910

~ p ^ i nimuiii i— '-teKf■ **-^trrW'V — v. Land! Land! Are That Businss i Remember if you have land to 5ell, 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. i -1 ;íf ki W. M. Sandifer Land Co. Inc Knox City , Elmer Fowler. On the night of Oct. 2nd. 1910 our young Bro. Elmer Fowler, living near Cliff, departed from this life. He had been sick for some time with typhoid fever, this being the eighth ease in the family this year. Bro. Elmer Fowler was born in Johnson county 26 years ago, and has spent all his life in Tex- as. He was an obedient son, kind to all with whom he met. Three years ago he become a christian and a member of the Baptist Church. He leaves a mother, father, several brothers and sis- ters and many relatives and friends to mourn the loss. Our loss is heavens gain. Elmer thou hast left us lonely, Sorrow fills our hearts today, Tis the love of Jesus only, Tha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 21 October 1910

/ * . THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. Official Organ of Knox City and Knox Connty. WE REACH THE PEOPLE, AND OUR MOTTO IS: "KNOX CITY FIRST, TIIE WORLD AFTERWARD" VOL. 6. KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCT. 21, 1910. NO. X A BIG RAIN FELL WEDNESDAY Lasts For Many Hours Big Help To Grain. The whole of Knox Prairie has received a big rain during the past two or three days, and so far as we can learn the rain has been general over this portion of the state. The wind from the north has been very bitter for this season of the year. It can be safely said that the ground is full to overflowing and the ground which has been and will be put in small grain is in fine cendition. This is the first rain Ithat has fallen in Knox City for several months and has placed 'new life in everything and everybody. J. M. "Morgan, of Benjamin was in the city yesterday. J. R. Reeves, of jMunday was in the city yesterday. Miss Lois Wyche. The editor walked into the Palace Barber Shop a day or two ago for a shave...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 21 October 1910

t m \ í: !í f f n. ti fffl! itji lül H fi V5 i.il Weatner Forecast. Colder with rains causing Rheu- matic pains. HUNT'S LIGHTNING OIL stops all aches and pains wheth- er from Rheumatism, Pneumonia, Cuts, Burns or Brulaee. The QUICK* EST acting Liniment known. 25o and 60c bottles. All Druggists. Mfg. A. B. Richards Medicine Co., 8her> Texas. We once heard of a man who loved to pay his debts, but we have forgot- ten his address. Tour rattle always have pur* water at small cost to yon If you have a bottom- leas tank. Booklet "A" free. Alamo Iron Work*. San Antonio. Texa*. Money makes the mare go, but we are never quite sure of her destín tion. Constipation etnm ana anrmlM many aerloas eiiMacs. U ia thoroughly cared by Or. Hirne'l PlmMut Pelleta. Tbe tUn-HU family laxative. The next best thing to being rich Is to have people think you are. IT CURES PILES. It works gently but powerfully. Many relieved cases on record. Here is a desperate one quickly cured. Mr. J. Cottle, Chinquapin, N...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 21 October 1910

DOCTORS FAILED Bat Earl, a Palestine boy. had his eheek, upper lip and other parte of his Iace badly eat Saturday moraine fcj a whiskey bottle, thrown from In- ternational and Great Northern pea1 oenger traía southbound at Palestino. Rw people were killed and seven- teen injured when two trains on the dártenos and Western Carolina crashed together at full speed, two. ■Biles south of McConnich. S. C. After three attempts at the organi ■ saltan of a pool for 151®. the 40.00* tariey tobacco growers of Kentucky declared the pool off through their district board assembled in 'Lexington ta extraordinary session. The session lasted until after midnight, when a resolution declaring the pool off was finally jriy¡ri The Synod of Texas convened Wed- nesday in the College Park Presby- terian Church, in Sherman. The ses- sion was opened with a sermon by ®wMT. M- Anderson. D-D., pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Dnl Fire destroyed property rained at S1C.966 in UcLeon, Texas. Gen. W. H. K...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 21 October 1910

I p i I % I *; ft I "SIS 1 K S A'*': i V 3: if '0 iii > II Democratic Nominees. iiwzcftKfltf — ■ HI | ■ ■ >1 C\voco\aAts\ I have the nicest and freshest line of Can- dies to be found in the city. Call and see me. "B. *5. C&tgvW John H- Bricé Physician and Surgeon KCfl&O Surgeon Offici over Farm Stall Baik PHONE 76; RFSIDENCE 55 AD. K. \\vt TAcftarxj Tu\A\c ADrWvivq Deeds and Drarnti^ £*cq&\ "Papers & SpecvaVV^ C. E. BAILEY DENTIST Permanently Located Office above Farmers' Bank For Representative. R. B, HUMPHREY. (Throckmorton,) For District Attorney. ISAAC O. NEWTON. For County Judge. J. H. MILAM. For County Attorney. S. A. KULAWICK. For Tax Assessor LEE COFFMAN For Trearurer O. L (LEM) EARNEST For Sheriff. W. 8. 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. Dr. F. E. Stone Office at Orient Drug Store Phones Office 48 Residence...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 21 October 1910

§1 THOROUGHBRED HATS Have Made Good. Whatever you want we have a complete assort- ment for your in- spection. In all shapes, Price $3.00. THOROUGHBRED Every hat under this label bears the stamp of qual- ity and there are no better hats made and they co¿t no more than the just as good. \\*ms Winter Wei 1 Underwear It is time to think about purchasing winter underwear and we would suggest early buying to be prepared for the next cold spell. We have an endless variety in all mater- ial and sizes for Men, Women and Children and priced very reasonable. Bla nket Buying Time Now Can't really put it off much longer. These frosty mornings when you wake up, feel- ing as though you had slept on an iceberg, fill most people with the determination "to buy these blankets to-day." We have a complete assortment, full sizes, large and com- fortable, and at moderate prices too. Coat Sweaters # We are showing a sqecial line of Men, Women, and Children's coat sweaters and they are something every membe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 21 October 1910

fe: KNOX COUNTY NEWS K. B. ATTKKBUKY, Küllor and l'ubllihar Entelad at the portofflc* at Knox City, Tiiu, M mall iiiattvr. KNOX CITY, TEXAS CENTER OF POPULATION. *mr+m % * woo * -> í r I i • Í i f ''•! .« * ll ! ■ 11 I : ¡ X • il l i r. . ■.{ : */>i l-V'i § l: f { vjg i i i II1 111 m ¡ft ÜÉ Sfíío .V 111 the predictions as to tbe show IDE which the census figures would make there was one virtually agreed upon—that the center of populstlon ■would be shifted some distance west ward from its location In 1890, which waB six miles southeast of Columbus, Ind., says Toledo Blade, But this pre- diction was one of the kind which goes wrong. The census people have tentatively announced that tbe mark will have to be moved but slightly. The west has flourished tremendous ly In ten years. It has gained not only new railroads, but the old rail roads have been renewed. Irrigation has caused new lnnds to be cultivated and new cities and towns to be build- ed. Such cities as Seattle have profit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 21 October 1910

Mr. W;;;um A. nil! aruvrr '-4 dir* KliKK OK *'<MT on Mil u*rutítúfiK to lit* «f bulMinc Í* l vr r«-a/W« of Ikta 'M M« unl of lib rip rVw < *« VAiVrr, Author aivl Manufse- *ir r, l«- 1 , wWvaji ib* Mgfmt mm*-'/rít y tm all -**• A/ldr~*a all l-*r; r>* to WHHam > fU^f^d. X<J. W Fifth Av „ CWrjufi,. in , arvl mJjt *0. ck#t f/jrr rrylr. To one who desires a very artistic •n<l attractive bouse, yet one of sin; pie and unpretentious apt^rano , tb« design Illustrated herewith will appeal strongly ft would be hard to design • more home-like appearing tallage It po*M-*#e* all the elements at their beat which have made present-day American hotne architecture world famous. It is a i«ory and a half cottage of almost «o«are outline, being 30 feet 4a width and # feet 4 Inches long. «lightly beyond the first, the support* Ing brackets and exposed rafters are all characteristic of this style. The outside finish Is also In harmony with it and presents an extretoely artistic appearan...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 21 October 1910

p-1 Land! Land! Are That Businss. í •'tt Remember if you jlhave land to Sell, I am the man you areilooking 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 H m dm «rifante wfafamfa* mm fir to maa&ve fept J*. ttMt Qaate a -number oí Knox Cltr «Hended court at Benja- ¡mxB "ink 'w-eek. «ni M ft awes® 3aer 'tí ' Howard Stanley returned this iwec&iroroatr^t©1iieiair. provements made at hie home paoe<m East Fourth Street d C. Carjáfl has moved to his m«r ¿Hime«B EaeT Hard Street Mr. KidtoD is fcarmfc an addi- títm Armlt ta lik *n*f tifa* jsysj part fir lad Sa ^33 tffaafc at «íSoefiBraeraaofi 8a «sarro* &ar memse&. wfc«* fame wffl fee m ffttuwv- émfkm-wmttmgr mt -^ílÉBor sadk 5oc n* ■'«« ^^6Cm Monday for 13* Fair sst Dalias. Rerüwftjíia* «a&. *j&bv team, Ttfta/í a A CL Jfi- Wiwtlejk CL £- Couch aaa£ ü. V- Tiborna left Thursday Sor Bailas where f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 28 October 1910

•■Ufe-y, dMm*. P ' • ?"Sr^ , V m r \ L COUNTY N ^ T •M 471 Vv " $ Offk-ial Organ of Knox City and Knox County. WK KEAC1I THE PEO. S, AND Ol'K MOTTO W: "KXOX CITV FIltST, THE WORLD APTEHWAKD' VOL. 6. WoX CITY, KXOX COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCT. 28, 1910, McLAIN-eOUND WEDDING Showers are Given in Honor of Miss MeLaio. NO. 39 £ Which b The Safest? Miss Alyce McLain was mar- ried to John G. Gound at the home of her parent? Mr. ar.d Mrs. J. H.. McLain on Main Street last evening', Thursday, Oct. 27, at 3 o'clock. There were but a few close friends present consisting, mostly of the J. U. G. Club. Rev. W. C. Wright in his usual impressive manner tied the knot which binds them as man and wife. The wedding march was played by Mrs. Lee McLain. Soon after the ceremony a nice course of refreshments was served. Miss Alyce is one of our most accomplished young ladies and has many traits which go to make up a gocd true woman, and is loved by all who know her. Mr. Gound is a good study and energetic ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 28 October 1910

THE RIVAL CATTIAML 1 M r varm-air furnace, steam or hot-wster systems very good result* can be bad with this bouse. Being rectangular in outline, thvre are no exposed por- tions. The solid porch «t the front will be found a great protection, aa it will blanket to a certain extent the broad exposed aide of the living room. Ib other ways, too, the arrange- ment of thla bouse is desirable. It is well suited for a narrow building site, its width being but 22 feet 6 inches. Eren counting the side entrance porch. It doesn't require more than 25 feet The side entrance Is very popular a *r . Cfclmmle—Cs*b, joa'rm M h Ibyer. Yer couldn't ketch a foot M was matitliu'Z Patsy—O it tout. y«i rooUVt ket isly if it was stack es sticky iy i per tin ft was dead a i auL I* Vrta&m A,. RJfe. Ane, CMteaaw- IE. «mlf «- <M* n*r mpir- k la true. mtT i «r should know that there Is no mon- ^ «o well spent as that put into insu- or Xas ii* m Itn «f *s*tag felts and high grade sheathing MM «T Ms «Mr itp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 28 October 1910

n I; ) I / ■ i i i Í •' ffl Mfci . *<'.'¡U> 't ; F?5 u-m™ .>• h: / •- I -w ' N.. na < — * The IIOMIr ,,*wáí*W*, 111$ S* « .¿s W*% *^ÍÉhjá¡ " ■ "*VMui ^ VMH %'• 4 ' ^ ^nMrrssmsmsmm t *. '1%% * '■ ^ -^wL m**-. ¿,Z?"V ^.oz/Msm** Xl??*Z<fc y^^agjPw ,^mwi pzzmw-ivwsr Tfin?zoaK-ouT' TIE puffin Is the Chinaman of the bird world. He alone among his kind has that fold of skin at the inner angle of the eye that under the name of the third eyelid makes the Mongolian eye such a distinctive feature of his human representative. This setting of the eye in an oblique chink gives the puffin that fixed, quizzical expres- sion which has led most observers to call it a quaint-looking bird, but which to me irresistibly calls to mind the Chinaman's bland-looking face that, like a mask, gives no sign of the work- ing of the inner mind. It Is a disappointment, after seeing your first puffin at close quarters at his home in puffin-town, to turn up his description in any bird-book and find, af...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 28 October 1910

ü / ¿r m Style and Quality Are the two most essential points in a suit into a garment after it is made is not permanenl few weeks. In our suits the style is tailored in as the sails is and you can't wear it out. When we tell you that these are Spero, Mieheal, & Sm York Made" clothes that is a sure guarantee of their qia%, We"l show you why when you comé in to look over assortments of msdHir for Fall and Winter. Prices: $10. $12.50 $15. $18.50 $20. $22J0 Then we have a complete assortment of Boy's knieketbocker setts in latest shades, styles and built for service at prices to suit alL Boy's School Shoes In connection with our Men's and Women's dassey foot are showing one of the best lines of Boy's school and the kind the bustling Boy needs and prices rij aKSio E3>3«r SanllaMH. JfeSn* .TEW wauc 9Ü-1 fUUFASHlONED MUFFLER Just arrived and ready for your inspection McCarty Brothers THE KNOX £ stablished October 1904. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF KNOX OITY AND KNOX COUNTY "M. B. ATTERBURY - O...

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