The Knox County News (Knox City, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 43, Ed. 1 Friday, November 13, 1908 Page: 1 of 8
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THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS.
KNOX CITY, KNOX COUNTY, TKXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1908.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 1
FORSAFETY AND ACCOMMODATIONS 1
When it comes to the ques-
tion of a bank connection,
every one who has given the
subject serious thought is
aware of the advantages
Our experience in banking
enables us to to meet your
needs and render prompt
and efficient service.
Our banking business is
yet liberally, so that we can
assure you safety of fnnds.
Economical and systematic
management places us in a
position to render favorable
terms io patrons. Are you
Call at our bank when in
town. We welcome person-
al calls and assure yea that
any assistance we are able
t$ render will gladly be giv-
E. C COUCH, CASHIER.
cheap but how good; not fair,
bat best; not once in a while,
bat always. Knox. City Mer.
Co. sole agonts. 46
Mr. Goforth and Misses Foote
and Fox and Mrs. Gonditt spent
Sunday in the country hunting.
Jno Smallin visited relatives ac
Benjamin Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Black has purchased the
interest of Mr. Meadows in the
Haskell Herald and has assumed
the position as editor, Mr, BlacK
is a first class newspaper man
and is sure to keep the Herald
up to its present standard of ex-
Coffee, sugar, cottolene, apples
onions, potatoes, just received at
D. A. Lindsay's.
Knox Prarie Heard.
Best strain Dt registered Po-
land China Hoks and Barred
Plymouth Rock fhickens for sale
at my farm 5 miles east of Knox
City. J. J. Denton, Knox City,
Messers. Gofofth, Reeder and
Atterbury, Mioses Foote, Ander-
son and Mrs. O^iditt were very
charmingly entertained at cards
by Mr. and Mrs. Adams, Monday
evening in honor of Mrs. Con-
MEN WHO CANNOT BE HIRED!
As Mr. and Mrs C rk v« r
returning from Carney S; oda*
afternoon, their son Ezeli fell out
of the bun^.v autt the back wheel
ran overbruising the
right side oí his face very badly,
Mra-Qiedit «ho has been wi b
the MiRtnwy department of F*.
E. Adama A Op, left Tuesday
for Ft WorjJ&kwfcere she will vis-
it relatives befóte returning to
her home at Houston.
E. C. Couch who has been in
Fort Woath for several days is
expected home tomorrow.
To dispense with the influence and help their
bánking connections afford, are the progres-
sive farmers, business and professional men
of a community. Did it ever occur to you
that no man ever won great riches without
making use of a bank? A Savings Account
with a good bank is the key to all opportun-
ities, which unlocks and opens the gateway
to Success. We give careful attentention to
the business of the farmers, advancing them
money at any time to promote their work and
handle their crops. If you have money to
deposit or it you want to borrow money, call
FARMERS' STATE BANK
KNOX OTT s s J i TEXAS
Magnolia Flour—best in Knox
City; best in Texas; best in
America; best on Earth or any-
where else. Knox City Mer. Co.
sole apent. 46
President Diaz of Mexico, who
has the habit of practialiy re-
electing himself, to the great sat-
isfation of his people, must re-
gard wit > mingled wonder and
pity the s-emuous times presi-
dential t indidi-tes in this coun-
try have undergo.
Mr. *nd Mrs. Clark and child*
ren atter ded the unveiling at
(jarney Pundav afternoon
Magnolia Flour—white as the
snow drift; sweet as the delici-
ous fragrance of the Magnolia
fields. Knox City Mer. Co.,
sole agents. 46
O. CL Mead was down from
Benjamin Wednesday and left
for Crowell Thursday-
J. W. Boyle is in the Baird
We are going to give away Absolutely Free a
Wagon, Surrey or Piano:
We told our customers some time ago we were closing our books
And we will sell for cash at great values. Now we mean exactly what we say, our books are closed
and we are at work day and night making preparations for a large N.v. and Dec. business. We
promised our customers that we were going t9 give away some article of value during the Fall. We
have studied the matter over thoroughly and have decided to give you your choice of either a wagon
surry or piano. We are doing this as an advertisement and will assure you that the lucky one will
et something that will be highly appreciated. The Knox City Mer. Co. is the only concern in Knox
Aty that will give tickets on these premiums and you can rest assured that either one you may se-
lect will be the best. The Knox City Mer. Co. will not give anything away that is not as good as
the best. These tickets will each have a duplicate number and will be carried on in the fairest way
possible so that no one can say it was not a fair contest..
Beginniug Nov. 1 we will give a ticket with each one dollar purchase and the duplicate number will
be dropped in a sealed can and on the 1 5th of Feb , 1909, we will open this can and in the presence
of a large crowd we will blindfold someone who is not concerned and let him draw out a number
and the man, woman or child holding the corresponding number will be entitled to the prize...
When you make your purchase, ask for your tickets. You tear off the duplicate number and drop
same into the can yourself. After the drawing you can make your choice either of the three prem-
iums. Remember every purchase you make of $1 entitles you to one ticket. No tickets will given
out only when you make your purchase so be sure and get your ticket at the time you make your
purchase. We will advertise tne number that is drawn and if corresponding number is not found in
1 5 days, we will have another number drawn and so on until some one gets the premium...
The fastest growing store in West Texas.
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Atterbury, E. B. The Knox County News (Knox City, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 43, Ed. 1 Friday, November 13, 1908, newspaper, November 13, 1908; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth178962/m1/1/: accessed January 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.