The Knox County News (Knox City, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, July 1, 1910 Page: 2 of 8
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ILJST A FEW
We Have a Few More Subscriptions
To the News For Sale. Call and Get
efore They are All Gone
Only One Dollar
CMWlt In S*wth Australia.
Cañete «re oaed by pswíoraJfcrtJ *pA
otb*r\lo central Aturfrstía for eartiw*
wool sod store*. «re br
English mm weH m Afghan driver
They are used for saddle at efgbre***
montba of age; at two year*. says tbe
Brit lab Awtnlaiiaa, they ceo atrty
froto ooo hundredweight to two bin
dred weight. at three yeera. fmr hnn
drad weight Boll* at foor year* n*w
take «It hoodred weight of loading T: t+
camela are bred io Month Aa*irafla
Tboae locally reared are better weight
carriera tbao those Imported Tbej
are lower net, better booed and we
footed. They thrive on the graaae* errr-ei
bnsbea of the country. on wbWi ttwj
can be worked for many ywir*.
Justifying Hi* Judgment.
Mr . Pllttson— 1 declare to goodnesw.
yoor Judgment I getting worse- every
Pllttson— What'* the matter now?
Mr* Pllttson - Why, on ho many oc-
casions you fiare declared that Mr*.
Sbapeler bad a husband wbo tried hi#
besf to l>e kind and Indulgent. but this
morning' paper say* be attacked her
yesterday and nearly killed her
Flittson-Why, that account proves
my >lu l tu
Mr* Flittson—Proves yoor Halm that
be Irl * hi* l e*t to b© kind and Indnl-
Fllttaoo—Yes; haven't yon often
heard his wife say she wished «be wa*
dead 1—Chicago New*
What Did H« Mean?
"Couldn't you step that «team pipe
from hi Ins soT «aid the provoked
tragedian to the property man a« be
came off the stage.
"Not while you were on the stage,
air!" wa« the reply of the attendant.—
Thsrs Is a Oiffsrsnee.
"What 1 the difference between a
riddle and two cat« sitting on a boo?"
a*ked a lad of his father.
"What au absurd question!" said the
parent "Well, I'll give It up."
"The one Is a conundrum, the other
"Pulsatilia," faltered the bashful
youth, "It's a wonder you don't tell
me to go about my business!"
"Why, Valerian," she said, with a
heavenly smile, "if you feel like talk-
ing bus! neat, go ahead."—Chicago
A Mixtd Judge.
Did you ever try chop euey, Judge?"
"No; I think it was his brother who
rktuo before mo."—Yonker* Sfktesman.
T"fre New* i.* affttootfiiawd t¡o>
nr/anre stoe fokkmirag esu&dihlsse*
swbied 6o titoe bí«'*W¡¡:'' Pri otatt.
to be held fcrr July, i'Wi.
B. B, HUMPHREY*.
t Throckmorton, t
Por District Attorney.
ISAAC O. NEWTON.
B. D. OLA8GOW.
Por Corooty Jodge.
K. B. WAKHKN.
CHAR W. BATE .
J. H. MILAM,
H. A. KIT I# A WICK.
For Tax A *e>*or
i.V.Vi CO PPM AN
J. M. HODOKH
O. \j. (ÍÍEM) EARNEST
I). A. MNDBEY.
W. M. BKITTON.
For District Mid County Clerk.
J. A. MARTIN.
For Public Weigbor, Precinct 6.
L. W. ROHAN NON.
C. K. COUCH.
A, H. TA RPLEY.
W. M. HACKNEY,
J. J. DENTON.
W. W. OARRETT
R, H. HARRIS,
For Constable, Precinct No. 5.
J. H. PREMENTER.
Men Wno Cannot Afford to
Do Without Insurance
Big bargins on china ware at
the Racket Store.
The Knox Citv Racket Store
pays cash for chickens and eggs
Men Without Property, with a wife and children or
Men With Property, but not enóugh to yield an income
that would support their families by itself, and realize
that their death will instantly stop its increase.
Young unmaried men who wish to make sure that their
mothers or sisters, or the family they probably will
have, will not be left in want; or to have money to set
up in bufiness in ten or fifteeñ or twenty years.
Prosperous mén, who think they will never need it, but
may be mistaken.
Benevolent men, who wish to leave a sum to institu-
tions or to friends without breaking into their estate.
Far-sighted men, who wish to save up money to be
paid to them at an age when failing powers may pre-
vent them from earning.
In The Fort Worth Life
Premiums are as low as is compatible with safety and
results are guaranteed.
E. B. Atterbury
Agent for Knox County
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Atterbury, E. B. The Knox County News (Knox City, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, July 1, 1910, newspaper, July 1, 1910; Knox City, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth179035/m1/2/: accessed April 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.