The Knox County News (Knox City, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 8, Ed. 1 Friday, March 13, 1908 Page: 5 of 6
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With the First Approach of Spring we will Place
on Display a Complete Line of Men's Hand
Tailored Clothing; Faultless in Finish, Fabrics Warranted, Embracing all Late
Styles in Fancy Woolens.
We have en route 150 1 1-4 yard sample
ends showing a variety of late effects in fancy
woolens and a selection worthy your atten-
tion. We especially invite you to call and in-
spect this line before placing youf- spring or-
der, assuring you that we can please you in
both price and quality. Fit and satisfaction
"Competition is the life of trade," it has been said and very aptly
too. If you believe in that old saw be sure and come in and see us,
if you dw not believe in it come andtoee us any way, for it matters
not to us what you may believe. We, however, iinow one thing
that we can save you money on anything you may need and we .do
give you better service and more atisfaction for the same amount
WALK OVER SHOES
Worn the world over by men who know
EDWIN CLAPP SHOES
In a class of their own
THE BLUE RIBBON SHOES
For school boys.
JOHN B. STETSON HATS
The longer you wear the better.
THE LION SPECIAL H^T .
CLUETT COAT SHIRTS
Good to wear and fit well.
Our specialty, High Class Clothing for men and boys, in fact we fit them out from head to foot
Why You Should Trade With Us.
1st Because we have what you want,
2nd Because our prices are always right.
3rd Because Quality is our hobby. We keep the best.
4th Because no substitution to ruin your constitution.
5th Because we sell pure medicines to make you well.
Because all the standard medicines we keep in stock.
Because ask tor what you want and you get it.
Because we don't try to persuade you to take something just
Because a prescription under our label is a guarantee of Puri-
ty and Accuracy.
10th Because courtesy, prompt service, quality, right prices are the
corner stones of our business success and on above claims we
- we appeal to you to give us your patronage. The wise purchas-
er is one that selects a druggist that gives him what he calls
for an J doesn't try to palm off something just as good. Be-
ware of the dealer that never has just exactly the article you
ask for but always has one just as good.
We keep a want book and if you c me to us and we havn't the
brand or artticle that you want we will take pleasure i ordering
same for you promptly. We strive to be prepared to serve all your
wants in the DRUG LINE.
Under our label is a guarantee of abso-
lute accuracy in science and quality.
Our prices are right or we could not have
the popular trade.
Night calls attended with pleasure.
Phone No. 14.
Citation by Publication.
The State op Texas.
To the Sheriff or any Constable of
Knox County, Greeting:
You are -hereby commanded to
summon Walter Hubbard by
making publication of this cita-
tion on<je in each wéek for four
successive weeks previous to the
return day hereof, in st>me news
paper published in your County,
if there be a newspaper publish-
ed therein, but if not, then in
any newspaper published in the
50th, Judicial District; but if
there be no newspaper published
in said Judicial District, then in
a newspaper published in the
nearest District to said 50tK.
Judicial District, to appear at
the regular term of the Justice's
Court of Precinct No. 5. Knox
County, to be holden at Knox
City in said Knox County, on
the 28th. day of March, Í 908,
then and there to answer a peti-
tion filed in said Court on the
19th. day of Nov. 1907 in a suit
numbered on the docket of said
Court No. 42, wherein J. C.
Wooldridge, is plaintiff, and
Walter Hubbard and J. H. Yar-
brough, are defendants, and
said petition alleging that Plain-
tiff did on May 1st. 1906 sell and
deliver to Defendants a bill of
lumber for which Defendants,
promised to pay to plaintiff the
sum of One Hundred and Fifty
Nine Dollars and Eight cents,
(159.08) on August 1st.. 1906,
and Defendants, though often
requested, has refused and still
refflscs to pay the Plainiiff the.
above account or any part
thereof to plaintiff's damage in
the sum above mentioned.
Plaintiff asks for* judgment
for amount of account, together
with interest thereon at the rate
of six (6) per cent per annum
from August, 1st 1906 and all
costs of suit.
Herein Fail Not but have be-
fore said Court, at its aforesaid
next regular term, this
No. 5, Knox County.
Given under my official signa-
ture, at office in Knox City, Tex-
as, this the 2nd., day of March
J. M. Morgan, Jr.
Justice of the Peace
Precinct No. 5, Knox County,
Blacksmithing and Wood Work.
Amos & Porter are prepared to
do all kinds ot blacksmithing and
wood work and also prepared to
point listers and f amish farmers
with all kind of repair work.
Mr. Porter, the horse shoer, is
making quite a reputation in that
line and has customers from sev-
eral of tie near-byfowns. They
ask a liberal share of your pat-
Munday & Knox City Transfer.
My transfer hacks are always
on time and the best teams on
the roads. The prices are al-
ways the same to every one
Will appreciate your patronage
C. A. Swaim.
Go to the O. K, Chop Mouse
for a first-class lunch.
A Safe Combination.
READ YOUR HOME PAHER.
No argument is needed to prove this
statement correct. You also need x
paper for world-wide-genera! news.
You cannot choose a better onc-oni>
adapted to the wantsof all thj family -
thanthe Dalla Semi-Wekkly New?
By subscribing for the Knox County
Mews ard the Semi-Weekly News to-
gether^ you get both papers one year
for $1.75. No subscription c n be ac-
cepted for Its* than one year at this
writ, special rate and the "mount is payable
M A a* am _1_ .... %
cask in advance.
Order now. Do not
with your return thereon, show
ing how you have executed (he
same. 0 v .
Witness, J. M. Morgan, Jr.,' ^
Justice of the Peace for Precinct ;?*rorfer*",we#iT«Pr°mpt attention
( f taken by the KNOX COUNT Y NEWS
1908 Will Be Presidential Year.
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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/m1/5/: accessed October 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.