The Knox County News (Knox City, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 8, Ed. 1 Friday, March 13, 1908 Page: 4 of 6

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[311 n Dry Goods, Shoes and all kinds of Groceries and at all times we
carry a full and replete stock of feed, such as chops, bran and other feed
stuff. We handle the famous Gilt Edge Kansas flour, the best on the
earth for the money. We want your trade, give us a call. It is a pleas-
ure for us to show our goods even if you don't buy. Phone us your
orders, we assure you prompt delivery.
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announcements.
For Rcprctentative. (104th Dist.)
It. M. Reed
of Stonewall Counly
For County Judge.
J. H. Milam.
For District Attorney.
(50th District.)
P. D. GLASGOW, cfDicken con'i«.y
authorizes the News to announce him
as candidate for re-election to the
office of District Attorney of the 50th
Judicial District, subject to the action
of the Democratic Party
For County Treasurer.
J. M. HODGES, of Benjamin, aiu-
t horizes the News to announce him as
a candidate for treasurer of Knox coun-
ty, subject to the Democratic party
G. L. ERNEST authorises the New
to announ e him as a candidate for
Treasurer of Knox county subject to
uction 9Í Democratic party.
District and County Clerk.
J. B, JONES, of the Gillespie com-
munity authorizes the News to an-
nounce his eandidacy for the office of
District and County Clerk of Knox
County, subject to the action of the
Democratic Party.
W. C. JOHNSON, of Benjamin,
authorizes the News to announce his
candidacy for the office of District and
County Clerk of Knox County, subject
to the action of the Democratic Party.
J. A. MARTIN, of Munday, author-
ize* the Mewa to announce his candi-
dacy for the office of District and
County Clerk subject to the action of
the Democratic Party.
Sheriff and Tax Collector.
Coleman W BRA DFORD of Benja-
min authorizes the News to announce
him a candidate for sheriff and tax col-
lector of Knox county, subject to the
Democratic party.
J. H. YARBROUGH, of Benjamin,
authorises the News to announce his
candidacy for the office of Sheriff of
Knox County, subject to the action
•f the Democratic party.
W. D. ROUSE of Benjamin, author-
izes the News to announce his candi-
dacy for tho office of Slwriffsof Knox
Couuty, subject to the action of the
uemocratic party.
S. W. HENDERSON, of K iox City,
authorizes the News to announce his
candidacy for the office of SI ^riff of
Knox Cout'ty, subject to the action of
the Democratic party.
R. B. WILSON, of Munday, author-
izes the NEWS to announce his candi-
dacy for the office of Sheriff of Knox
County, subject to the action of the
Democratic party.
T. J. REAGAN, of old Goree, au-
thorizes the News to announce him a
candidate for Sheriff and Tax Collec-
tor of Knox county, stbject to Demo-
cratic Party.
For Constable Prect. No. 5.
C ,M. WOOTEN, authorizes the
News to annonnce hiin as a candidate
for constable of Prcclnct So. 5, sub-,
ject to the action of the Domocratic
Party. '
For Public Weigher.
S. W. BOH ANNAS authorizes the
News to announce him a candidate for
Public Weigher Pre'c't. No. 5, subject
to the Democratic party.
P. F. J AC vSOM authorizes the News
to announce him as a candidare for
Public Weigher Pre'c't. No. 5, subject
to the Democratic party.
J. O. SMALLIN authorizes the News
to announce him as a candidate for
Public Weigher Pre'c't. No. 6, subject
to the Democratic party.
D. W. BLANTON authorizes the
News to announce him a candidate for
Public Weigher Pre'c't. No. 5, subject
to the Democratic party.
For Commissioner, Precinct No. 1
J. W. SMITH
A car of the best oil ever
brought to Knox City yrill arrive
in a day or so. This oil comes
from the only independent oil
company in Texas- S. Edwards.
COW POR SALE-J. M. Mc-
Reynolds, on route 1 out of Car-
ney, has a milch cow with younf
calf for sale.
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The Orient Drug Store.
DR. IRA J. CULVER, Prop.
SCHOOL BOOKS.
We will try to always
have a full line of
school books on hand
ALSO
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND
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STATU OFFICERS
Governor—T M Campbell.
Lieut-Gov-A B Davidson.
Attorney General—R V Davidson.
Comptroller—J w Stephens.
Treasurer—Sam Sparks.
1 Com Land Offlcé—J J Terrell.
Supt Pub InVt-^R* B Cousins.
Railroad Commissioners— Allison
Mayñeld, chairman, L J Storey and
O C -olquit.
DISTRICT COURT.
Judge 50th Judicial District—J M
Morgan, of Knox County.
District Attorney—B D Glasgow, of
Dickens county.
Court me¿ts at Benjamin the 6th
Monday after the 1st Monday in Feb-
ruary and August, six weeks each term.
The District embraces Baylor, Knox,
King, cottle, Motley, croaby and Dick-
ens counties.
REPRESENTATIVE 104th DISTRICT
(composed of Archer, Young, Throck-
morton, Baylot, Knox, Haskell and
Stonewall) S R Crawford of Graham.
SENATOR 81st DISTRICT
J W Veale, of Amarillo.
COUNTY
county court meets on the 1st Mon-
day in January, April and July and on
the 3rd Monday in October.
Judge—J H Milam.
District and county clerk - E c Young.
Sheriff and Tax collector—J R Reeve.?.
County Attorney—W S Bailey.
Tax Assessor—O W Lee.
Treasurer—J M Hodges.
COMMISSIONER'S COURT -
Meets on the 2nd Monday in Febru-
ary, May, August and November. J H
Milam, presiding judge.
Commissioners—No 1, J W Smith,
Knox City, No 2, J H Steward; No. 8,
J G Horn; No 4, MM True, Goree.
Commercial Club.
Meets the 1st Tuesday night of aach
month. Dr. G. P. Gibner, presinent
and Lee Satterwhite, secretary.

Secret Orders.
K. of P.
Meets every Thursday night. Visi-
tors always invited. Dr. G. P. Gibner
C. c. and J. M. Leverette, K. of R. &
Seals.
w. o. w.
Meets every 1st and Srd Saturday
night of aach month. E B Warreri c c
and Dr I M Wilson, clerk
I. O. <K F.
Meets every Friday night.
L. C. Everett, N. G. and E. C.
Couch, Secretary.
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A. F. and A. M.
Meets on Saturday night on or
after each full moon. Visiting
brethren cordially invited. Fred
Papworth, W. M. and J. B. Jones
secretary.
Royal Arch Chapter, No. 281.
Meets every 3rd Tuesday night
in each month. Royal compaions
invited. W. M. Sandifer, H. P.
and sam Anderson, secretary.
The Ladies Aid Dinner and Supper.
The Ladies Aid of the Baptist
church served dinner and supper
down in town Saturday as was
announced last week. They serv-
ed an excellent meal and the peo-
ple were liberal in patronage.
Total receipts for the day were
$53.95 ______
Mrs. Ella Foote arrived Tues-
day night from St. Louis where
she has been spending some time
study, ng the spring fashions in
millfnery. Mrs. Foote will be
with F. E. Adams & Co. again
this season and her many friends
are glad to welcome her back to
Knox City.
Singing at Union Grove.
We are requested to announce
that Profs. Cox, Benton and
Reynolds will sing at the Union
Grove school house Sunday after-
noon. Everybody invited to at-
tend.
Get Wyeth's No. 333 horse
collar if yout want to save your
horse's shoulder during the hot
weather. West Texas Supply,,
sole agents. 5t
M. F. Swain of the League
community was in Knox City
Monday with his daughter who
went south on the 2 o'clock traim
Fresh bread at the O. ft. Chop
House.
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Satterwhite, Lee. The Knox County News (Knox City, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 8, Ed. 1 Friday, March 13, 1908, newspaper, March 13, 1908; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth178932/m1/4/ocr/: accessed November 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.

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