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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 September 1915

—. ^ THE ALBANY NEWS. ..Local News Fresh graham flour at Murrie's. Buy your groceries at Murine's. Hugh McGaughy hat; gone to Pert Worth to visit relatives this week. Lunch peaches 10c a can- Renfro. Beginning Monday night the Picture Show will start at 8:15. Miss Corinne Palm was in town shopping Wednesday. Buy your window glass at Murrie's. Mr. and Mrs. M.S. Long return- ed Saturday from their visit to Granbury. Pitt Taylor came to town Fri- We ar<' new K°°dH in davwitha load of fine water-1 every week at the Racket Store, melons. i best goods for lowest prices. New crop rolled oats at Mur- rie's. Mrs. R. S. Long and children have returned from a visit with relatives in Granbury. Chase and Sanborn's coffee is the best. Murrie sells it. Mrs. Ben King and children returned Sunday from a visit with relatives in Breckenridge. The cyster season is on. After Sept. 1. we wili have fish and oysters at the Model. Bob Easter of Crosbyton is here this week visiting bis moth- er, Mrs. E. D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 September 1915

' h . •' * ft' lr "1 lb M. XXXII, No. 15 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, ISIS muc SCHOOL HAS PROMISING OPENING A large crowd of the patrons and citizens attended the open- ing Monday morning of the Pub- lic School. The exercises in the auditorium were conducted by Prof. J. D. Cochran, the super- intendent After the singing of America by the children and au- dience, Rev. 0. F. Clark read the Scripture lesson and Rev. Parker pronounced the invoca- tion. Miss Mabel Alvord played a piano solo and after this there were several talks on educational ■objects. These were by Judge J. A. King, Rev. 0. P. Clark, Messrs. W. G. Webb and Paul Baker. All the talks were along lines suggestive of better school work and accelerated interest in the public school. Prof. Coch- ran made some very important announcements about the con- duct of the school and what would be expected of the pupils. The pupils were then dismissed for recess before entering into the organization of the work. The enrollmen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 September 1915

7™C ' THE ALBANY NEWS. .«i<s.ary-«.V. ALWAYS A SIGNAL OF DEATH Pistol and Revolver Cartridges That Are Dependable and Accurate YOU selected your pistol or revolver because you exacted it to s;ive you results. Now, result I—whether inrasual shooting— or in eri, iuw< rk at the target —depend more thin you might think on the mi c choice of ammunition. It is worth remembering that the Ingres' men in I Pistol ,m<l Revolver claescearc shooting Remington I M< ' an ridge. tn. '< (or every standard make of pistol ami revolver u.cd anywhere in the v.. rM. I' or the right a mmu nit ion from thespori snien > [ > mt < ! vi w. "-to the Kern* ini* ' - ' MC I>ealer. He displays the Red Ball Miirko]Jitmmnlon-L'MC. Sold by your home dealer and 5129 other leading merchants in Texas Ren. ;nj'..«n Aims-UnienMeUllic Cartridge Co., Woolwurlli i i ;. !J3tl w«yl N.Y.City THE ALBANY NEWS ISSUED KVKRY FRIDAY MORNINC PAUL BAKER, Publisher. Entered at tho Post Office at Albany. Texas....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 September 1915

THE ALBANY NEWS. S W1 k i frWSi ; ffl The Strange Adventures o/ Christopher Poe t$oH*S of Strang* Casts Solved in Secret by a Banter- DetecHv* By ROBERT CARLTON BROWN (Copyright, lltt, by W. O. Chapman.) THE ROYAL RUBY Pirli would pawn her soul for • rar* jewel. Therefore the following Item, tucked ■way In a popular Pari elan paper, proved good preia work, though how the fact leaked out haa never been learned: "Mlaa Blondell of New York, atopplng at the Palais d'Oraay, will wear the Royal Ruby In her box at the Chatelet tomorrow at the opening night of the new spectacle. "The celebrated gem was recently purchased for 400.000 francs from the Bey of Tunis, by her father, the Amer- ican capitalist." 8coree of curiosity-seekers, held in the meshes of glittering Paris, read '.he notice, snd appeared at the per- formance next night to witness the Brat public display of the Jewel. They :raned their necks and stared at the smpty right-hand stage-box. for Infor nation had oozed out that this...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 September 1915

~ ™ ■ * % iJIP. ■ ffBP —= THE ALBANY NEWS. ITALIANS PUT UP FIELD WIRELESS ?y. tho ilermans, who can quite partly see what In going cn. rh soon as ihey notice any nttempt to put out a ron Magriyloti Immediately concentrate their guns on the crowd." At any rale Arran | resents an ex traordinary instance of coolness and levo of tho native soil. Tile Inh-.bi- lanls evidentl\ prefer to he hurled ho- neiilh the ruins of their birthplace to giving way to tho hrulal and senseless terrorism of ihct futile bombardment I have given .hose detail* of the life In Arras heciion It .e perhaps the nearest to the Herman (rem lies, hut as fi r as the danger goes and the per- sistency of the bombardment thero is nothing to choose between the eondi- lions of life there and In the other to vns already in til hum d. EQUALS BATTING MARK Cutshaw Secures Six Cleancut Singles in One Game PITCHING STARS ARE REAL "COME-BACKS"" flrooklyn Player Goe Through Con- j teat With Perfect Average—Tiea Record Made by Cla...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 September 1915

■*« •\iisP ■ THE ALBANY NEWS. Horala sP Prrfiiittalfl [TlwNawiraQuaatalUraadarstomailor phone In ths names and places of residence of r vlaltora as early In tha week as possible. If you know of other personsls kindly send i ateo with tha name of tha communicant. This will greatly assist The News in keep- ing la touch with local haposnlngaand will be highly appreciated -Editor. 1 Linseed oil at Murrie's. Fresh gritts at Murrie's. 1 Call at Renfro's for fresh comb honey. W. M. Broyles was in from the ranch Monday. Bermuda onion sets for fall planting at Murrie's. J. H. Patrick returned Friday from a business trip to Moran. Hart Let us show you a Schaffner & Marx suit. S< dwick & Cook. If it is Dry Goods, try Sedwick & Cook. Come to tamales. Renfro for canned Miss Minnie Pollard of Corsi- cana is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Alexander. It does not pay to use cl sap flour. Use Light Crust and you have the best. D. E. Rogers was in town Monday with his daughter who entered the Pu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 September 1915

THB ALBANY NBW8. • • Local News Happenings. Fresh graham flour at Murrie's. Lunch peaches 10c a can— Renfro. If it is Dry Goods, try Sedwick & Cook. Chase and Sanborn's coffee is the best. Murrie sells it. P. F. Castleberry and family •utoed to Dallas this week to visit for a few days. The oyster season is on. After Sept. 1, we will have fish and oysters at the Model. W. R. Pinnell of Cisco was in Albany Wednesday visiting T. J. Royall and family. Jersey Cows for Sale. My cows are the bes\ Will sell part cash and balance Rood note. W. G. Webb. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Brown of Boogsburtf attended the opening Monday of the Public School and entered their son as n student. Look over ou>" li e of ladies' and children's snoes, all the late styles. Our prices are right. Sedwick & Cook. J. A. Middleton of Mt. Calm was in Albany on business this week. Mr. Middleton was a former resident and booster for Albany and we are glad to have him back. We understand that he is still a booster f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 24 September 1915

' 1 K, •- ' ' fS&MSw * m-'W- m'j •, am 7 & ijfip* L '▼■J. XXXII. N . ie Ml MJLM. ''Death is another life. We bow our heads At going out, we think, and en- ter straight Another chamber of the king's Larger than the first and love- lier." At three o'clock p. m. Sep- tember 16, Mrs. John H. Vick passed from this life, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Frank Easter. Although for several years a measure of ill health had been her portion, the severe illness which presaged her death came unexpectedly and covered only a few aays. ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1915 v, n Whole Number 198* G. Vick and Arthur Vick of Gra- ham, John Vick of Fort Worth, Mesdames Frank Easter, Al- bany, and L. M. Anderson, Gra- ham, and Miss Letha Vick, Gra- ham. All of these with her husband were summoned to her bedside. Mrs. Vick was from an early age a Christian and faithful member of the Baptist church. She was endowed with those qualifications which are the pe- culiar gift of an ideal wife and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 24 September 1915

w;- x Vf* £$•♦<1 T • 1-' THE ALBANY NEWS. -$|k I [ I p f," • F:,«p w J r ■ >f- v . -^grr*1 tern//* .22's Have the Call! WITH the rise of .'i'i rifle-shooting to tin? level of ii sport. Rcmington-IIMC became the fastest selling .it ammunition in the world. Whatever make of rille you shoot, KeminRton-l!M(' Cartridges will give you better, surer results than any other• in the world. do to the leading dealer the one who displays the tun Ball Murlc of llrmington- l \J< He'll tell yoil what NiMirtftnien lliink about thew famous carlriilK-'* anil lie'll rIidw you • ! •* Ii«*jiiift<id 1 Ml ."ft ItiHt'i, Single Sktil, SliHe-artii ii iiwl Autoloading in ft elans liy Iheiimelve* for "feel, i-ai\ o| t*ratu ii uo<( coniintent performftliee. Sold by your home dealer and 5129 other leading merchant* in Texan Remington Arme-lJnion Metallic Cartridur Co. Woolworth Building i 233 Broadway New York City Cotton sold in Albany Monday and Tuesday at from 10.30 to 10.40 cents per pound. Thi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 24 September 1915

• /'* t, ■ :W ■ m j, Ji.% J: • ■ ij ■ ?"V {: , THE ALBANY NEWS. t] GREAT POULTRY SHOW. Dalian, The poultry exhibit at tho State Kalr of Texas thlH full will In •very way be IndloatIv<- of the Im- parlance of this thriving Industry. Tim big building at Kalr I'ark which house* the poultry division ha* been thor- oughly overhauled. New coop* have been Installed, especially the coops large enough to take cure of "flocks" —a new classification thin year A flock wll consist of one male an<l eight female*. The usual generous prem- iums are offered for Individual bird* and for pen*. The Texa< Marred Kock Club offers a apeclal prize of $2fi thin year for the bent dark and Unlit Har- tred Rock exhibited. madeTn-texas exhibit. Palla* A new feature for tin- Htate flair of Yexa* thin yeiir is thi> Made- -In-Texae exhibit. Display* of Texan manufactured productH coverlim more than 40,000 square feet of floor apace will be a big booit for home Industry. In aeveral of the exhibits machi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 24 September 1915

H jry* JSF* - m ■ .-am ■' * Vr ■ -'T **JE. THE ALBANY NEWS. PUBLIC FORUM *S ?• C. E. Sfchaff On tho "Katy" (Mm to Market. Wban tha "Kitj" takaa bar market basket oa hei arm and atarta down tba thoroughfares of trade, the manufacturer amllaa, tba merchant takea off his hat and tba farmer aeaa a prosperity special coming bl* way. She buya with tba economy and wlsdt^.n of a frugal bquaewlfe, but ahe spends millions; and every dollar ahe invests circulates through the various channel* of bual- neaa until it Anally reaches Mother Rarttv Mr. C. E. Sobaff. President of the Missouri. Kansaa and Texas Lines, when aaked to llat fry the Information of tho public tha purchases of that road during the last twelve months, said In part: "In normal years, tbe M., K. A T. Lines consume a My of no lass than four thousand articles, ranging In site from a paper of pins to large locomotives and cara. She patronises liberally almost •*•17 Una of trade, and during tha twelve months preceding July 1. 1S15,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 24 September 1915

EP** ,* HMpHP'ri THE t- /W,' •' 1 \ ■ I®! \ ■ f ' lANY NEWS. ala ijfrrBOttala [thKliw>*qil tl IU r—rif to mrnll or phon« In th« nam— and placaa of raaldanca of MV«WtanM«*(lr lathawMkMPoaaiWa. If you know of othar personals kindly send tlMNi aIm with tha uma of tha communicant. Thia will vraatly aaaiat The Nawi in keep- , tag la touch with local happening! and will ba highly appreciated. -Editor. ] Linseed oil at Murrie's. Miss Lucy Duncan was in town Saturday visiting friends. Call at Renfro'8 for fresh comb honey. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Leech and children were visitors to Albany Saturday. Golden Gate coffee and spices at King's grocery. Mr. and Mrs. H. Robert and Mrs. DeLafosse were visiting in Albany Saturday. Bermuda onion sets for fall planting at Murrie's. Rev. E. C. Seaman filled his regular appointment in Albany Sunday and Monday. Eggs and chickens wanted at the Albany Produce Co., Albany, Texas. Miss Francis Wilson has re-; turned from a visit with rela-j tives in Cisco. It wil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 24 September 1915

Fresh graham flour at Murrie s. feW- v| ' TJE ALBANY :f WHHEf NEWS. ] Misses Myrtle Smalley Bertha Allen were in the Tuesday. Lunch Renfro. peaches 10c a can- Mr. and Mrs. H. Robert were guests at the Webb home Mon- day and Tuesday. Chaso and Sanborn's coffee is the best. Murrie sells it. The Presbyterian ladies wish to announce that they will hold a bazaar on December 4. It does not ray to use cheap flour. Use Light Crust and you have the best. Special prices on groceries the First Saturday in October at J. Carter King's. Mrs. J. C. Taylor returned Friday from Cisco where she vis- ited her sirter, Mrs. Powell. We want all the pecans we can get at the market price. See us before you sell. Albany Produce Co. J. M. McCornb and nephew, John McCornb, of Stephenville, are guests this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. McCornb. For Sale.— An Indian motor- cycle, twin cylinder, in first class condition. Will sell at bargain. Call W. E. Morton, 113-K 3. Farmers, Merchants and Bankers Sh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 October 1915

'i'm \ ■ Seas 'M.1 • * !y 3:, i <<.•1.^ | -vs^ • • <! I [, No. 17 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1015 MY PROGRAM. Sam Ntninhars Explained. 1 A word of explanation may be about some of the fea- of the Trades Day Pro- In the limp race number, i la the plan to run two boy> or together, tying the two ad- at lega together. The prize be awarded to the pair that i one block in the least time. The foot race by the men above i ia self explanatory. This will i a good ahow if we can get a of entrances. In the car tournament, it is in- to conduct the contest like it is when the horse riders compete in catching i greatest number of rings on I pole. The cars will run thru street, and it is hoped that fdoienor more will enter the tqurnament The contest for the largest funily, the prettiest baby and toe heaviest man will be judged at T. A. Deats' furniture store. • The committee is especially so- licitous that a large number will «hter each of the contests. With- out a goodly number ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 October 1915

if'®' THE ALBANY NEWS. From the western battle line comes the news that the French and English are developing a more vigorous offensive and promising, it appears, a lively time for the Teutonic allies dur- ing the coming campaign. But M % '5, This progress is perhaps greater than we have made in the same length of tiipe. But still the illiteracy of Russia is out of all proportion to that in other na- tions. Two thirds of its people, judging by the literacy of those r r —' Pemlngton.-UMC Rifles and Cartridges for Real .22 Sport IN the .22 caliber a# in the high-power arinn, your shrewd sportsman selects his rifle and cartridges for rrsuU Anil when you start to critical, th«'rc'«« no- where to atop «h« rt of Itrmtnqtnn-1 M( Ma<t in Sinai* Shot model*-In Slide-Action moriria, with ihp (amoin Remington-I'MC anlld h and now. th - Aulotnidlni model ihat ittrfiiifulh hnmibi 16 RtmingUm A vloloarftnt rim hre lartrtdfei vithitMl rtfooitint. Kor r^al .'12 get your rifle and • artrld|e« fro...

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

, , pi mKww A A MTM , stm ^. mff- v A *% _£# WW- ,«**< asm i< .1 THE ALBANY NEWS. ala ^ fferanttalfi • tta mii— to Mil •* phon« in tk« nuw nl placai of mUcm of ■■orirll tlw w<Hk HtMlUi. If ran know of oth.r Hnomb kindly land rlrti tfcr * *w- —* This will (roatljr aaoiot Tho Nrwa in kaap- r hi Math wtth local hapaanl—a and will ba hlchly appreciated. - Editob. ] peaches 10c a can— M ftj Sedwick & Cook for Dry Jehn Conrad went to Ft Worth Xeaday with cattle. All 11.26 men shirts for $1.00 Saturday at Lowery's. I wilt buy your produce and pay Mill for it F. P. Bupp. 1 lot ladies' dresses worth $9.00 for |7 .00 Saturday at Lowery's. J. Gentho left Sunday for Al- exander, Texas, for a short visit. White Swan coffee pleases the fastidious. Sold by Renfro. 1 lot ladies' new style skirts Saturday 10 per cent off at Low- «ry'«. A. Glesk attended the fair at 8pur in the interest of his boot making business. The Presbyterian ladies wish to announce that they will hold a bazaar on ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 October 1915

-m j mst ■> mmm, i|«"2)"a?x >*.!•' %*£,' i i ■■ „ I . EI vv -i.t IIIIPM L";. ' ' ' ,1 ss THE ALBANY NBW8. FURNITURE SALE! 1 *' w: I" > f. In order to reduce my large stock of beds I will have a special price on beds from Oct. ist to Nov. ist. The following prices will show you the values I am offering: One lot of $12.50 beds at $9.25, another lot of $12.50 beds at $7.50. One lot of $8.00 beds at $6.00. One $15.50 bed at $8.50. One $15.00 bed at $3.50, and others at corresponding prices. I will also give A CASH DISCOUNT OF 10 PER CENT on all other furniture bought during the time mentioned above. As I have a full stock of everything I can supply what you want and save you money on anything you buy. DEATS TEXAS Woman's Problem University Station. —In dis- cussing problems of the farm women before a meeting of Texas Farm Women at the Uni- versity of Texas, Mrs. E. M. Barrett, of the State Depart- ment of Agriculture, said: What could be a woman's prob- REV. FRANK O. EMKRSON OH...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 October 1915

s'v vi., ■ ' I# No. 18 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1015 my mums k BIG CROWD Attracts Much nttrast large number of people were t Saturday to enjoy the interesting features of Trades Day program. ball game in the morning een the merchants and of Albany and the farm ranch boys was well played indicated by the score of 8 in favor of the merchants clerks. As the latter chose it at the end of the 7th in- the farmers and ranch claimed the game, the afternoon, the limp race competed for between the ing pairs: Kinard and S&afTer Horne, Jack Robert and Bob Deats, Marv id Ezell and Hbdlea Williams. The judges; a#arded the first prize to Rob- eft and Deats, and the second ; t# Kinard and Horne. There were seven entries for the prettiest baby contest, but the judges awarded the prize to Mrs. L. E. Houston's baby. Mrs. Houston also won the prize for the largest falhily of children, which was seven. In the car tournament, the fol- lowing competed, catching the number of rings indicated b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 October 1915

- <*T > ' i rm a ' * TW: W& THE ALBANY NEWS. J KffmA ,}/■■. ' < tt&i' H MING TON UMC cr^.>' Shall It Be an Autoloading or Pump Gun? THERE are many kinds of Auto- loading and Pump puna—some to be had at very low prices. But It la typical of port mrn tbnt the grant j majority prefer Remington-UMC I'ump and Autoloading gum Id the hand* of tbearerage man. If /M a boot at trap! or in the field, go to the BMUIfton-UMC Dealer in your community and l«t him abow you tbeae sunn. You will know him by hie display of th« MDall Mark of Rtminfton- VM0—Sportsman's Headquarter*— and be knows the difference la gun*. Sold by your home dealer and 8129 other Itading morchanti in Taxas An— Unlea MeiaOk CarirMfe Ca. (XMBf#* N*wY«riiCKy us less. This is brought very forcibly before our mind when we reflect on how parsimoniously we contributed to the alleviation of the appalling suffering in the European war zone. Iv-.s We were informed in Monday's news dispatches that only 8,000 land su...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 October 1915

w,*<n PHwg, I;' , THE ALBANY NEWS. Drugs and Medicines... - ii- lce cream and cold drinks. Kodaks and films, toilet articles. WE GUARANTEE personal attention to PRESCRIP- TIONS. Only PUREST DRUGS used. P. F. CASTLEBERHY A SON, Druggists. to Corals ^"personals" lTkMNswsr«qu«stflits readers to mail or phona In ths nim«i and places of raaidenc* of Mjr visitors as early In the week as poesibio. If you know of other personals kindly send then also with the name of the communicant. This will greatly assist The News in keep- tag In touch with local hapoenincsand will be highly appreciated.- Editor.] 1 Call at Renfro's for fresh comb honey. D. P. George was in town on , business Friday. J. R. Jones was a business vis- itor to Albany Friday. White Swan coffee pleases the most fastidious. Sold by Renfro. A. Glesk returned Monday from a visit to his family in 'Mingus. The Presbyterian ladies wish to announce that they will hold S bazaar on December 4. I have for sale a nice lot of Duroc Jer...

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