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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 13 August 1915

THE ALBANY NEWS. •••• Local News Happenings.... Complete stock of buggy whips At reduced prices. T. A. Deats. Mrs. Pringie and children of Waco are guests of Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Pringie. J. Oi Gordon was in town Sat- urday accompanied by his father who is his guest. Proctor K. Clarke was in Mo- ran this week surveying some suburban property. Mr. and Mrs. D.C. Brazellhave left in their car for Sweetwater and the Plains country. For the best flour call on J. C. Renfro-fresh car Marechal Neil. T. A. Ward and family return- ed Monday from an auto trip to Haskell. All kinds of sewing machine needles and shuttles at the Rack- et Store. Miss Powell of Cisco is the guest this week of her punt, Mrs. Taylor. C. A. Wilson was down from Lueders Sunday to visit home folk and friends. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Henry and little daughter have returned roun y from their visit with relatives in Arkansas. Chas. Jones of Throckmorton and Rev. E. H. Clary were in Albany Saturday in Mr. Jones new Ford. Chartered...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 20 August 1915

1 i t&.i**'u: l„ m m* Mm% * ♦ « i [, No. 11 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1915 CORLEY LECTURES IN ALBANY lodge Quentin D. Corley of Has lectured in Albany Mon- evaning before a large as- ibiage of people. The first of Judge Corley's address ipsa divided in to three divis- ion: overcoming mental, physi- Ogl, and moral difficulties. In UkUi be drew largely from litera- ture and history to embelish and fttatrate- his subject. The lat- ter part of his discourse was fltestrated by use of machinery Which he has invented to take tfee {dace of the two arms he had tet By means of these devices lM is able to do any thin# that my other man with both arms and hands can do. He is thus a living rebuke to those who give brother of Mr. C. W. Graham of this place, and is a prosperous and popular young business man of Fayetteville, Ark. This beautiful romance began two years ago when they first met while visiting relatives at their vacation time. Their marriage was a surprise to their many fr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 20 August 1915

m. r - '§■' %:'Vf VK '' mm ^*11 ■ THE ALBANY NEWS. THE ALBANY NEWS b8ued every friday morning Mill BAKER, Publisher. •ilmdil the Foet 0«M tAlb«nr, Teaae. — Beoond CUn Mall Matter. SUBSCRIPTION $1 PER YEAR ADVERTISING RATES. Dtap 1*7 advertUomcnta, .ln«l. Inwrttona. Id eenta par Ineh; eubeequent Inaartlona, 121-2 caata par Inch far aa«h Inaartlon. Rome raduc- Haa will ba mada or advartlaamanu that ara nniv thM of • pac« or mora In alaa. Loral* and rcad- IninotloM, 10 oanU par Una for almla Inaartlon Subaaquant Inaartlona of liieal. and raadara, f. caata par Una for aarh Inaartlon. FRIDAY,.AUGUST 20, 1915. It make* very little difference what you do, ho lonj? as you do it with intensity and enthusiasm. You must work hard, think hard, love hard. Make up your mind that your whole life will be a itruggle, a struggle against weakness and temptation, against sickness and misery, against shams and falseness of all sorts. Every time you allow yourself to be beaten, every time you fail to acc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 20 August 1915

THE ALBANY NEWS. Secrets of the Courts of Europe fcsuKidfi ' -" v>; 1 An Old Ambassador's Revelations of the Inner History of Famous Episodes Heretofore Cloaked in Mystery Chronicled by ALLEN UPWARD THE SUEZ CANAL SHARES WW r "Ah, my friend, no It has happened to you alio to have business with these financiers!" I turned In surprise, and behold the ambassador earning down tlio steps or the Bourse. He wan alone, anil car- ried in bis band with noun- ostonta tton a small leather case, which ap- peared to be bursting with share e.or- tlflcates. I stopped and waited fur his excellency to reach the pavement. "You will at leant consent to break- fast with me In one of those cafes which aro patronized by the gentle- men of the Bourse, and which I am told are not so bad," he said, putting his arm In mine. The spring sun shone brightly on the pavement and the fronts of the houses, and the ap- proach to the Bourse was crowded with flower girls, who offered us tUelr nosegays as wo moved awa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 20 August 1915

4 . . . . . ■; . is * H31 LIMB MAKERS ARE KEPT BUSY 'gm, THK ALBANY NEWS. The manufacture of artificial limbs bus grown rapidly since tin- war began. This In a scene In a factory where legs and arma aru being mado for maimed Herman soldiers. AND DEATH MUCH MORE LIKELY Night Visit to the Trenches Interestingly Described by Fieuerrk Palmer—When the Human Soldier Fox Comes Out ol His War- ren and Sneaks Forth on the Lookout for Prey—Flares ol Light Only Evidence of Proximity ol Hostile Force. By FREDERICK PALMER. International News Scrvice. lirltlsh Headquarters. France, night Is always tho time In the trenches when llft> grows more Interesting and death more likely. 'It's dark enough, now," said the young officer who was my boat. "We'll go out with the patrol." Uy day the slightest movement of the enemy Is easily and instantly de- tected, the light keeps the combatants to tho warrens which protect them from Bhell and bullet fire At niglil there Is no telling what mischief the enemy...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 20 August 1915

Kfi*1. ■ * i ' % ■■■■ m if Si? mm THE ALBANY NEWS. 0 f JteraimalB t>h Mwwtu IM<IH to —II or pbon. In th. n«w«. nd plu.a of rMldsnc. of aa TW*nM«rirfa> tk. wwk M poMibl*. If too know of otbar ponwnali kindly Mnd <ta A# wtlktlw nam. of th. communicant. This will matljr aMlat Th. N.w, in ko«p- ta« htNik vtth IomI hapomlncaand wllllMblchlyapproelatad.- Editoh. ] i for sale, all kinds. Tom H. Crow. i J. A. J. Reeves of Hamby at- tended court in Albany this week. Your money will go farther at the Racket Store. J.H. Fried ly. Jake Lenoir was in town Mon- day with a fine load of water- melons. John Helden has returned from • viait of several weeks in Wil- liamson county. John and Miss Maggie Eaheart left Saturday for their trip to the Panama Exposition. Judge Scott of Cisco was an attorney in some of the cases be- fore the county court this week. Judge A. A. Clarke went to Anson Tuesday where he had a in court. Don't send off for shoes, you can be fitted and see what you are get...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 20 August 1915

4fV .1' f 1 1,/JH IT Y' r *:$< ' Sfcsf- ■'■•' '■ *' M £/. LW'<> S&'-'W-..;' 4 « Local News Happenings • ••• Complete stock of buggy whips at reduced prices. T. A. Deats. Misses Mattie and Mildred Manning were passengers to Cisco Tuesday. Far Sale. A fine lot of shoats. A. J. Center. Apply to W. H. Cook was off Monday morning for St. Louis to buy dry goods to supply his fall and winter trade. Mr. and Mi£. Sam Lee Hodges and children of Nugent, Texas, were in Albany Saturday and Sunday visiting Mr. Hodges' mother, Mrs. Hodges. Misses Louise and Josephine Ewing left Saturday for the Panama Exposition. They were to join a party at Sweetwater vhich would be chaperoned by Miss Breedlove of Abilene. Rev. E. C. Seaman filled his regular appointment in Albany Sunday. Monday he was called to Waco to preach the funeral service of Mr. J. R. Downs which was held there Tuesday morning. For Sale. —43 acres of fruit and! truck land one mile from Clyde, 26 acres in cultivation, Price $7...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 27 August 1915

r- In •• I -"^P Itag Ut s *& ••iwi.t.. No. 12 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1915 ~ " Whole Number 1682 ASS'N PAYS TRIB- UTE TO JUDGE DOWNS We quote below from the Waco is by the Bar Association to J udge ; the esteem in which he was; lost his temper. Miming News, tributes by the Wpco Bar Association to Judge J. R. Downs. They indicate the always kept his poise and never Bible as he was with the revised statutes; he was a devout Chris- tian. "Judge Jenkins also paid the deceased a tribute. He said he was a big man, who never let the moment control him. He To Merchants and Business Men of Albany. Propose Converting Reynolds Academy Intn Orphanage. W. G. Webb received a letter a few days ago from a minister in the I'resbyterian church in which he suggests that the church might convert Reynolds The garbage cans on the streets placed there by your City Council are not there for your use, as there is no more reason Mfti esteem in which he was lost his temper. He never said why the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 27 August 1915

THE ALBANY NEWS. THE ALBANY NEWS ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING PAUL BAKER, Publisher. ■a tar ad It th. Poat OOw at Albany. Tazaa. aa Saeond Claaa Mail If attar. SUBSCRIPTION $1 PER YEAR ADVERTISING RATES. Display advertisements. single insertions. 16 cants par inch; subsequent insertions. 121-2 cents per inch for each insertion. Some reduc- tion will be made on advertisements that are one- third of a pace or more In sise. Locals and read- ing notices. 10 cents per line for single insertion. Subssquent insertions of iocsls snd renders. 6 cents per line for each inssrtion. FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1915. cally, but with some misgivings, on the proposition of building a warehouse. Getting the money was the hardest thing to do. This was finally obtained, the warehouse built, filled with cot- ton, and successfully operated during the season. We now have the warehouse, paid out and ready for use. We have received a copy of The Batallion published by the students of the A. & M. College. It cont...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 27 August 1915

ffejf >'<t " THE ALBANY NEWS. & prrsuttalH [ThcNawsraeMetattaraadaratomallorphonalii th. name. and placet of raaldmca of aajr rWtora aa early In th. waak aa poaalbla. If you know of other panonala kindly aand than also wUb the nauna of the communicant Thia will greatly aaalatThe Nawa In keep- faff in touch with local hapoanlncaand wlllbehlshly appreciated.-Editor.] Wfr, '/ • • jMisiness W. H. Hand was in town on Tuesday. Miss Minnie Easter was a pas- senger to Cisco Thursday. For Sale. — Brown Leghorn roosters. Robert Bradford. Guy Gillispie of Cisco was here Wednesday visiti ig Dr. Huskey. Your money will go farther at the Racket Store. J.H. Friedly. J. T. Lowery returned Tuesday from his trip to market in St. Louis. Pigs for sale, all kinds. Tom H. Crow. W. H. Williams of Sedwick was in town Thursday. W. M. McMillon went to Mo- ran on business Tuesday. Miss Nell Sammons visited in Moran Saturday and Sunday. Royal No. 10 flour, the best that can be had. J. Carter King. Mr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 27 August 1915

m IS h. -.< • ■ • ••• d 1 Local News Happenings. T. J. Matthews went to Stam- ford on business Monday. For the best flour call on J. C. Renfro-fresh car Marechal Neil. Glen Hollowell has returned from a visit with relatives in Pecos. W. B. Lary spent Wednesday in Albany greeting his old friends. Mr. and Mrs. Cochran re- turned Wednesday from a visit to Harpersville. Miss Doty, who was the guest of Mrs. Earl Lieb, has returned to her home in Denton. Jim Bradley was attending to business in Albany Tuesday. He reports more than an inch rain in the Snalum community. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dyess returned Tuesday from Moran where they had been visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Murrie re- turned Monday night from their visit with relatives in Wood county. They were accompanied on the trip by Joe Herron. R. L. McGough has repaired and painted his house near the school building and moved from the City Hotel into it. (ieorge Pate has rented the City Hotel from Mrs. Eaheart and will run ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 3 September 1915

"St' 0I JJlwiw Hews , No. 13 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1915 Whole Number 1988 MONEY COST OF PREVENTABLE DISEASE It. TUBERCULOSIS. [Prepared for The Albany iws by Dr. A. C. Ellis, Direc- Extension Department, Uni- ity of Texas. J jn umption alone formerly tiie United States over ^000.000,000 per year. Three lies many people in propor- to population have this dis- i in America as do in England, Jes, Scotland, Sweden, Nor- |y, or Switzerland. Since the jvery of the germ by Dr. ch and of the improved |tholls of prevention and cure, las been shown that where i knowledge is applied, 79 per jt of the loss from tubercu- is can be prevented. Of |rs£, the greatest saving comes flpm the prevention of the spread of the disease through modern sanitation, but even in the treat- Kit of those already afflicted saving is large. Of the tients treated in the great jurgemont Santarium in Bel- gium in 11MKM, 7<> per cent had returned to their regular occupa- tions and were still continui...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 3 September 1915

I— • • £ ' THE ALBANY NEWS. THE ALBANY NEWS ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING PAUL BAKER, ~ • • Publisher. ■iiurad at th« Poat Offlce t Albany. Taxu, as BmmkI Claaa Hal I Mattar . SUBSCRIPTION $1 PER YEAR ~ ~ advertising rates. Dtoplar adrartlaamnnta, aln«!e Inaartion., 16 gaata par Inch; aubaaquant Inaarttona. 121-2 •ait* p«r Inch for aaoli Inaartkon Some reduc- tion wulbe made on advarttaementa that are one- third of • pace or mora In alsa. Locale and read- fcu notleaa, 10 centa par Una for single Insertion. Bobaequent Insertions of locals and readers, 6 aanta par Una for each Insertion. FRIDAY, SEPT. 3. 1915. IF HAO THE TIME. I. If I had the time to find a place, nomic results will be cannot yet A few days ago, a train ar- rived in New York carrying 20,- 000,000 dollars in gold and 25,- 000,000 dollars in securities. This shipment had come from England via Canada. It was the second large shipment of gold and securities to reach the Uni- ted States from England recent- ly to bolster up ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 3 September 1915

*> <* lunvoK? "TWi THE ALBANY NEWS. Horala f Jterfinnala "*7 Now* r«qu«ti its roaders to mull or phone In th« names and places of residence of Traitors as asrl; in the week as poaaible. If you know of other personals kindly send Ewith the name of the communicant. This will greatly assist The News in keep- h with local haposnln#sand will be highly appreciated. — Editor. ] jnsfed oil at Murrie's. [J. H, Rey -.olds was in town >• Come to Renfro for canned The best bread is made with ' Light Cruit flour. H. T. Bernstein was in Albany on business Saturday. Fresh gritts at Murrie's. Call at Renfro's for fresh comb honey. Light Crust flour is sold only by R. S. Murrie. See the new fall and winter shoes at the Popular D. G. Co. J. B. Heslep returned Sunday from a bike trip to Baird. Mrs. B. P. Young was in town shopping Tuesday morning. Your money will go farther at the Racket Store. J.H. Friedly. Christy Mathewson, also Billie i Mr. Diller of Decatur, 111., is Ritchie, at show Sat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 3 September 1915

JrP' Local News Happenings Fresh graham flour at Murrie's. Buy your groceries at Murrie's. Lunch peaches 10c a can— Renfro. New crop rolled oats at Mur- rie's. Mr. Dave Diller i* sporting a new Overland this week. Chase and Sanborn's coffee is the best. Murric sells it. The flour that satisfies all] at Renfro's— "The Marechal Neil." A. 0. Allen and family return- ed Tuesday from an auto trip to Coleman. Best grade 8 oz. cotton sack ducking 9c per yard at the Pop- ular Dry Goods Co. The buzz of the Sammons gin that started running Tuesday sounds quite agreeable. Mrs. J. 0. Heffner and son of Bonham are visiting Mrs. liell- ner's niece. Mrs. (!. I.. Gregg. Henry Francis Long arrived Monday night at the home of his Krents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry ng in Morati. Mr. Center has lost several cattle lately, lb' does not know the cause, but fears that it may have been the dip. I have just returned from the Eastern markets with a full lino of the season's latest st,\ les in Millinery. Sadie ('. La...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 September 1915

' m' SI I V' ~ ID s>, «■/ Hems Vot.XXXn.No. 14 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1915 Whole Number 1684 r. "SI Extra Special For Saturday and Monday, September 11 and 13 Now is the time to supply your children's needs for school wear. We are agent for the Village School Shoes for boys and girls. With each pair we give free of cost one water proof book satchel, while they last. School Shoe Special r Regular #3.00, Saturday and Monday Special . . $2.70 Regular #2.?o, Saturday and Monday Special . . $2.2? Regular #2.2?, Saturday and Monday Special . . #1.9? Regular $2.00, Saturday and Monday Special . Regular #1.8$, Saturday and Monday Special . . 51.5? Regular #1.50, Saturday and Monday Special . . 5i.k Good as Gold bleached do- mestic . . . 9c vd. We have just received a big shipment of boys' school suits and extra trousers. Look our stock over and get our prices B 4 U buy. Gingham Special Just received 100 pieces of all the new stripes and plaids, the ver\ thing tor school dre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 September 1915

1 . t TO ► • • V m h -— * ~ jT . . ,"J.r THE ALBANY NEWS. 1 y Ages and ages ago this huge beast, the Dinosaur, roamed the earth. He took up a great deal of room and con- sumed too much food. He could not meet changing conditions and so passed away. That ability to note changing conditions is the secret of permanency and success. You can see it in our business. We owe a great part of<our steadily g owing sales and the permancncy with which cus- tomers stand by us, to our ability to meet conditions. Careful study of mechanical features and improvements keeps us in a position where we can supply you with a Texaco Lubricant which is the right oil for the right place, at any time. If you are using hcivy, slow-moving ma- chinery, we have a sturdy lubricant to re- duce the friction and save wear. If you are usin superheated steam, we have a Texaco Cylinder Oil itended for just that servicc If your machines arr exposed to rold, we can meet THAT difficulty, and so on through an endless li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 September 1915

THE ALBANY NEWS. II Pf mm ■ . . ' «& «&!*■ - I FIND OF THE SEASON 1 ff ftarmy Oreyfuss Uncovered Gem (n Pitcher Mamaux h ' Mttafcurgh Twirler Rank* Next te Alexander In Number of Gamea Wan—Youngater Found on •and Lota of Smoky City. ,** ' AI Mamaux, thn now pitcher of the PlrateR, alone la entitled to that, oft- baatowed deacrlptlon, "thn sensation of the •eason." Harney Dreyfus un- covered a gem when he found this youngster on the Smoky City * sand lot*. And the moat Interesting part of It—particularly to Harney—I* that Mamaux didn't coat him a cent! What la he worth now' Well—don't •ay there lan't money In the i>a*>-lmll sensation It la doubtful If money could buy him They call him a second Mathewson. Ud he la about thn only "second Mathewson" w« have heard of In loran time that waa worthy of the name The only feaaon he I* not leading the National league In the uvlrllng depart- ment la because of Alexander the Great. Mamaux rank* next to the Phllly phenom, however, I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 September 1915

THE ALBANY NEWS. iM m I tj,,, ([The Strange Ad ventures o/^Christopher PoeV" Irwng* Cast* SohmdkrStarat by a 1 It By ROBERT CARLTON BROWN t (Copyright, We, by W. Q. Chapman.) i\ .In.the Crocodile's Jaws i mm shone hot la Hambwg that ■ad nowhere was the bait mora i than la the wharf districts of Christopher Poo sauntered along Um> of street, stopping now ud then to tnapect with fond eye* the striking Of some fast freighter, or to eoan Ma or another of tho hug« warehouses tho other aido of Um street. He hoi shipped away from his banking la New York, aad was touring k porta of the world aa familiar lo him oo Fifth Avsmua, or the Bow- y. At langth, aa h« aaared o great where no ehlp rode at anchor on which a bugs iron-bound ware- stood, tba roar square dgainst water, be stopped and strained for- (ward, listening. [ There developed, aa be listened, a Nrlld mingling of noises, chorusing up la o perfect babble. | There waa o strange throng quickly jMUoctlng la front of the warehouse. Po...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 September 1915

THE ALBANY NEWS. •"i9r Coral a sP fbraimals (Th« N#*rs r*Q«MSta Its r«*d«rt to mail or phone In the names and pl c«a of reaidence of •■y rtoltoraMMiijr fn tho woek m poMlblo. If you know of other personals kindly send theas alao with the name of the communicant. This will greatly assist The News in keep- im In touch with local hap oeninr sand will be highly appreciated.-Editor.] Linseed oil at Murrie's. Mr*. Richard Dyess went to McGregor Wednesday to visit her parents. Call at Renfro's for fresh comb honey. Miss Alma Simpson attended le Teach* this week. Fresh gritts at Murrie's. Joe and Charlie Overton were in town Monday with a load of wheat. Come to Renfro for canned tamales. W. A. Poage and son came up the Teachers' ^stU^te in "Albany j from Waco Saturday enroute to Woodson. , . The best bread i.« made with Ll ht Crust flour Is sold only Li ht Crusl llour by R. S. Murrie. Progress of the University. Mr. J. E. Pearce, in the Uni- versity of Texas, was here Mon- day for the purpo...

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