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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 October 1915

K&' 5' y ■:■ • ^ - ~i h. - I M K THE ALBANY NEWS. Ik.B. fARNiWORTH 8AY6 THAT #RC«KNT WIRE SYSTEM WILL NOT BE SUPPLANTED. * A MARVELOUS INVENTION Talk With Europe Possible, but far Condition* Brought About By Warfare. DtUaa.—"The *urc«*« of th* export- by which the voice an recently pmntad without the uie of wire*, atnu Uie continent and afterwarda ■Tom Wuhlngtoo to Honolulu, doea Mt mean that the telephone wire aya- teu of the t'nltod Slates will be aup- plMt'd". explain* Vtco Prmldent J. B. rarnaworth of Tho Suutliweitero T%locraph * Telephone company 1* d," he aaya, "the net work M'Vlrea which ro to make thf prea- ■M Unlv r«ut telephone nyMiuj will k* supplemented by the limiallntloii M U la mtrvflniM wlrelesa uqulpment, devUed by Ilell telephone coKtnenri, by which hitherto Imputable bar. SERVICE DEFINED A "stop" will convince you of the tact that you get your money's worth of pure food and sound sleep at the GUY HOTEL GEO. W. PATE, Proprietor Local News Happenings fton u>...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 October 1915

* T mt . ''-i'* ' V'. i mtf-r ImPIW* • 4^ ;'"- ■ t;hr: f: m • •«i [, No. 19 OFFICIALS VISIT ALBANY toiptct Work on Now Dopot. Col. J. W. Evens, Supt. Texas Central division of the M. K. & T« vu in Albany Tuesday for a abort time. He was accompan- km by F. G. Abbey, Assistant Qm. Freight Agent, Dallas; R. S. Bryan, Traveling Freight Agent, Waco; and R. P. Buck- ingham, Jr., Commercial Agent, fftwo. They had been west over tkb division of the road on a general inspection tour. They slipped off in Albany for a lunch aad to look over the work being done on the new depot. Mr. Brains says that the depot will be a splendid one when com-1 day pitted, larger than the one that borned, and adequate to the needs of the business in Albany. It will be 120 feet long and from 22 to 24 feet wide. We are glad to have the visit from Mr. Evens and his co-workers and shall wel- come them back. Mr. Evens is here frequently for he gives his division of the road close atten- tion. back to the parlor, w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 October 1915

rnfrn, ******** r ; ■ , V' ■ U M C *W? Iri < '. f ™rfm( /1-S*? >'1 THE ALBANY NEWS. hope of the nations that have decided to recognize him. Many of our neighboring towns are having their trades days, conducted in various ways. Re- ports from them indicate that non-party government is the best for them. The California attempt is the first, if we are correct, in which a state will have made an effort to run its affairs with disregard to party lines. The experiment, if in- deed it gets far enough along to '""O.. ■ ■ The Steel Lined ••SPEED SHELLS" For Velocity and Accuracy Sportsmen mr Killing to take thrir rhanre* of •port lint lliry want inrtninty in their Hhellt <>ct tin- Itrininfftnn-I'Mf "Arrow" ami "Vitro Club" —tin- uteri linril "Sprcil Shrill." Tlir nrrl lining trip* tlir i«iwc|rr puU all Ihi- lone ol Hie miUmliiii bark ol 'hi' .hot Snorter le <l, Iru Rtwu-work at.out anulen raM't to net I tie "(ant onei." Ho 111 ilie ilcnlt-r who ih'iw* the Hni lioU Mark ot K«m*...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 October 1915

■ - '4' WwZ ^^iww'ww^ THl; Aimw VPWCJ The Strange Adventures § of Christopher Poe | Stories of Strange Cases Solved tn Secret by a Danker-Detective J By ROBERT CARLTON BROWN (Copyright, 1015, by W. O. Cliupman.) The DUCHESS DIAMOND Quite a part of the mellow Venetian night wu the ahort, wiry, deep-chested figure standing by a pillar In front o. Had Marco. It wuh a nlKht. lo linger and listen, to expand and glow In the moonlight. From tho (Jrand canal same quavery foreign cries, the soft lip of oars, glint* or light*, and wl*p* of melody. It wa* a night to win one from bed, a night dimming all duy, a WhlNtlertan nocturne. The old Ban Marco clock boomed onilnou*ly twenty-one time*, proclaim Ing the nour of nine after tho olden (anhlon giving each hour of the twenty- four Ita rightful count. And with the la*t. re-echoing boom the plnzil band burnt Into a routing military strum, standing In the center of the Hquuro, ■urrounded by a throng of night plium- urer*; for the Venice Benson wuh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 October 1915

■—I. J.. ... ■ fWWWli wm THE ALBANY NEWS CK m Practical Study of Science of Physics By Prof. Frank Goedet, Denver, Cole. #S r ! w< SHEEP TO MARKET fL o«* That Animals Will Ap pear to teat Advantage on Arrival aft. That? Destlnetle*. <07 W. COFFEY.) la cilitfinf aheep or lambs to mar- ket eara should be taken to bandla (them to Utty will appear to bout ad- vantage at the Una of sale. The car la which they are shipped should bo | Ml badded with dry straw or somo other material which la Uh equivalent tor keeping tha animal clean. It Is I ast necessary to give each sheep or lamb la tba oar more apace than enough to ttond comfortable, but over- | crowding should ba avoided, in hot wmtker aapaclally. overcrowding re- aolts In {oases. At this time losses are Ukaly to reault from mixing lambs tn with oldar sheep, because the lambs aftaa auffocata from being crowded In batwaan animals larger than them- aalvei. At tha Claia of shipment the fleeces af Sheep or lambs should bo dry. If •le...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 October 1915

: . Mt-rn "<s. THE ALBANY NEWS. .3K5K:* lice cream iHd cold drinks. Kodaks and films, toilet articles. WE GlMtRANtEE persona] attention to PRESCRIP- TIONS. Only PUREST DRUGS used. V CASTLEBERRY A SON, Druggists. HlmraLa sP f enmttals |Dm No1** raqoMt. Its rMdcri to mall orphon# In th« name* and plann of rwldtnai of >ny vtoitsn a. aarly In th« w««k aa poaaMla. If you know of nthor pnraonulu kindly lend alao with tba nam. of th. communicant. Thl« will rc*il a.alat Th.- Nrwii In ke<-i>- In teach with local hapo.nlng.and wlllbahlihlyapiirTClatod. Kmtor. | i £ Lunch peaches 10c a can-! Call at Ren fro's for fresh comb Bttifro. honey- P. S. Pincher was in from Fort J- W. Cude was in town with Griffin Saturday. cotton !• ridav. Fruit* and vegetables of the Hest ^raile Michigan salt at season in stock at Murrie's. MURRIE S. COUNTRY OF DISTRESS ARMENIA HAS BEEN A SUFFERER FOR MANY CENTURIES. Stanley Childress marketed A- Al,en marketed cotton cotton in Albany Friday. 'n Albany Mo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 October 1915

mf' 'Wa W" , ?rw • AC fit' , "45 • ■■'■' ' V' _ THE ALBANY NEWS. local News Happenings Gome to Renfro for canned tamsles. Billiken shoes for children at Sedwick & Cook's. Aunt Jamima Pancake Flour at J. Carter King's Grocery. Buy your window glass and putty from R. S. MURRIE. J. J. Landtroop attended to business in Albany Saturday. Mrs. Sallie Dickenson of Tren- ton, Ky., is the guest this week of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Center. I will buy your produce and pay CMh for it. F. P. Bupp. White Swan coffee pleases the most fastidious. Sold by Renfro. Murrie sells nails and staples, in fact most anything you want. Sedwick & Cook are displaying an attractive line of ladies' dross goods. Mr. Hart of Weatherford is here visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Georgo. Chase & Sanborn's Peuberr.v and other bulk coffee:: at Mur- ine's. Pat Wilson came down from Lueders Sunday to visit relatives and friends. For Sale. Pure bred Bronze turkeys. Phone 13-R 11. Mrs. H. Palm. Miss Lucy Duncan was in town...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 October 1915

lb XXXII, No. 20 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1015 TMCTION ENGINE DRAWS SEED WAGON Last Friday afternoon a trac- tion engine drawing two three in?h wagons loaded with cotton seed arrived in Albany from Woodson. The outfit belonged to C. L. Wood of Woodson whoj is in the ginning and threshing business. The wagons were | coupled out and fitted with side- boftrds five or six feet high. E^ch bore a load of 10,(MM) pounds of cotton seed. This was as much a marvel in new things as an ox trail wagon would be a curiosity in antique things. McKehry • -Castleberry ■ A pretty wedding and one of great interest was solemnized at eight o'clock, Monday even- ing, at the ranch home of Mr. and Mrs. L. McKelvy, when they gave their daughter, Mabel Clair, in marriage to Mr. .Joseph C. Castleberry. A suitable bower for the cere- mony was arranged on the com- modious porch which was thickly screened with evergreen, A suffusion of gas light falling over the green carpeted floor and blending with th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 October 1915

w I \ THE ALBANY NEWS. Two Favorite ihotguns and the I'inJj "Speed Shells' What'* a Boy Made ForT How different a ftatwa dwarf boy from the American boy mentioned In the following paragraph from a Detroit exchange: "There was a big Icicle hanging In the corner Just over a store door on Michigan avenue, and as the weather softened up, and people be- came afraid to enter the building, tho proprietor came out to a crowd on the sidewalk to see what could be done. 'Somebody might hit It from the roof,' suggested one Or you might get ono of the long tire ladders.' observed a second I think a charge of buckshot would bring it down, said a third tnan, as he dosed his left eye and took a long squint. A boy about twelve yearn old came along just then, and when hi- understood the situation, he inquired of the grocer 'Will you give ' a feller a nickel to get her down?' MR. FARMER "Dope" on shooting is plentiful. And shooters knmv where the right dope eomcs from—and that it leads straight to Rem...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 October 1915

• ! * " THE ALBANY NEWS. The Strange Adventures of Christopher Poe rims of Strang• Cases Solved tot Secrrt try a Hanker- Detect** By ROBERT CARLTON BROWN (Copyright, 1*15 bjr W. C Chapman.) THE MISSPELLED WORD . I it much faith In your clce this time, leaven too much to chanco." Burns and Poe started in a tail for Coney Island at once, le?vlrg Mitchell behind Arrived at the famous re >rt, the taxi dodged in and out am.<ng the crowding vehicles, and finally came "Only two," was the rep It. Poe took the names and addresses, compared them quietly with the sev- eral he had procured, end then, his eyes lighting up strangely, remarked: "You stay here; If I'm not back In one hour, get the Police Captain to give you eight officers and come at ! to a quivering halt before the central 1 once to those two addresses It's evi- pollce station Leaving Hums out- j dent the bad money is emanating from side, Poe hurried in, and was at once! these Raat Indians 1 want to talk it admitted to the C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 October 1915

I I 7 V THE ALBANY NEWS. Soldiers in Trenches and Hos- pitals to Get Fruit. Ren. ■nd Dealers Plan to Send Im- Conalgnment of Apples to Soldiers of All Armies Now At War. Chicago.—Every aoldter In the and hospltala In Europe will be give* an apple In the near future. V plana aow being worked out by a •oromlttee of the apple trade through- Oit the United States are successful. II la propoaed to have a vessel take •ver a big cargo of apples to be dis trtbntod free under the auspices of the Red Cross, and aiforta will bo made to ■at Praaident Wilson and Secretary of State L«nslng to have (be several warring governments permit *uf« pas •age for portions of the big consign- Bant to the various fronts und hoa- pltala where the fruit can be placed In the hands of the Ked Cross for diH trtbutlon, especially among the sick and wounded. Apple growers and dealers who hru endeavoring to send over the I>ik con "P* algnment have learned that many of St Se fighting men are suffering because of l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 October 1915

V. ' *\j# '*$■ THE ALBANY NEWS. r Pure Drugs and Medicines. Ice cream and cold drinks. Kodaks and films, toilet articles. WE GUARANTEE personal attention to PRESCRIP- TIONS. Only PUREST DRUGS used. P. F. CASTLEBERRY & SON, Druggists. From Los Angeles. Notice to Water Consumers. ICorals jf Jtamtals [Th« New* itn rtMuliTN to rrmil or phnrn* in tht* nnni< '< ami plarcn of n'Midfrici* <f •ny vUitir* •• nitrly in the week ti-t ii'fNHihli* If you know of other >ni(lH kindly M« nd them aluo with the niirne of tin* coinmiiniriiitt. Thin wdl greatly •Hnint The New* in keep Ins in touch with local httpoenlng**nd will be highly uppreriHted. kditoh. 1 Lunch peaches 10c a can Ren fro. Special prices on all dry goods at Seel wick & Cook's. Fruits and vegetables of the season in stock at Murrie's. Frank Martin went out to the river this week to wither pecans. G. L. Gregg returned Satur- day from a business trip to Dal- las. Capt. (!. E. Waters of Moran was in Albany on business...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 October 1915

I ...J "•' ' vv,r -3^ v%? I - „ ,.* THE ALBANY NEWS. LOCAL NEWS HAPPENINGS Come to Renfro for canned tamales. Joe Matthews shipped calves to market Wednesday. Aunt Jamima Pancake Flour at J. Carter King's Grocery. Sedwick & Cook will buy your pecans. Dr. Sam Webb came out from Dallas Wednesday. Murrie sells nails and staples, in fact most anything you want. WHITE RUSSIAN PUREST SLAV Mr. and Mrs. John Lynch were' W. H. Moberley shipped a car visitors to Albany Wednesday. of calves to market Wednesday. - — Buy your window ami I will buy your produce and pay putty from It. S. MURItlE. cash for it. I'. I'. Hupp. White Swan coffee pleases the The flour that satisfies all at most fastidious. Sold by Renfro. i Renfro's "The Marechal Neil." When you bring pecans to Al-; Chase & Sanborn s loaboiry bany, remember we are in the and other bulk coffee:; at Mur- market. Sedwick & Cook. rie's. ... Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Wilson Dr 0. R. Houghton was in . w , , were in from the ranch Wedi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 29 October 1915

. V* ;! I, No. 21 (INGHAM VISITS SCHOOL State Aid Not Available. of. L. T. Cunningham of was in Albany lastThurs- |representing the State I)e- nent of Education. He came svestigate the condition of I Albany Public School with ence to its right to receive [from the million dollar ap-j ition. He found that the j ol had more pupils than the imum limit eligible to aid er the appropriation. This lit is 200. This school has than 200 including the col- school, which he said was essary under the law. ]Mr. Cunningham suggests, twever, that by installing a de- _tment of domestic science the Ibany School can obtain state This department need not juire more than an appropria- Dn of $750.00, it being possible, fie suggested, to raise a similarly lized sum in Albany, lie sug- gests further that the Albany chool is not getting full result > from the special tax of 50 cents previously voted by this district. In voting the tax it was provided that 25 cents should be used for maintenance and -•"&g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 29 October 1915

THE ALBANY NEWS. THE ALBANY NEWS ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING PAUL BAKER - ~ Publisher. ■t the Poet Office at Albany. Tex*., aa Second Claaa Mall Matter. SUBSCRIPTION $1 PER YF^AR ADVERTISING RATES. DteplAJ advertisement*. single insertions. 1ft •Mti p#r Inch; subsequent insertions. 12 1-2 wmt* per inch for each insertion. Some reduc- tion will be made on advertisement* that are one- tlilrd of • pa<« or more in else. Locals and read- ing netlm o pot lino for otngijo insertion. BbeeCBm ineertions of loeols end renders, ft eoflto oar lino tor each insertion. FRIDAY. OCT. 29. 1915. A German officer has been credited with the statement that the War would soon end. that England is too good a business nation to allow it to continue much longer. If the war has ever been good business for those enRagod in it we have not been able to see the business advant- age. __ While in Dallas last week, George W. Perkins of New York made some very patent sugges- tions. He said, among other things, th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 29 October 1915

fr<" iVw* Ice crdiWtoiM^oId forfaits. Kodaks and films, toilet articles. 'E GUARANTEE personal attention to PRESCRIP- TIONS. Only PUREST DRUGS used. K F. CASTL^EERf & SON, Druggists. (Th« News rtqumti ItH readers to mail or phon* In the nameii and placed of residence of Any visitors as early in the week a* possible. If you know of other personal* kindly send than alao with the name of the eommunicant. This will greatly assist The News in keep- ing In touch with local happenings and will be highly appreciated. Kihtor. 1 Lunch peaches 10c a can - ei\fro. Allen Jones returned Saturday torn a trip to the Dallas Fair. Fruits and vegetables of the eason in stock at Murrie's. Joe Overton and Howard Kelly [returned Saturday from the Dal- las Fair. Call at Renfro's for fresh comb honey. Rev. W. A. Parker of Mt. En- terprise has been called to the pastorate of the Moran Baptist church. Have your kodak work done by Mrs. W. M. McMillon, 52!) N. f>th street, Waco, Texas. I pay re- turn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 29 October 1915

THE ALBANY NBW& LOCAL NEWS HAPPENINGS Renfro for canned Come to tamales. S. F. Terry visited the Dallas Fair Saturday. Buy yovir window glass putty from R. S. MURRIE. and Dr. C. F. Huskey is in Dallas this week attending the Fair. White Swan coIFee pleases the most fastidious. Sold by Renfro. Miss Tinny Booth of Eolian was a visitor to Albany Tuesday. Come in and see our shoes be- fore buying. Serviceable shoes at reasonable prices the ltacket Store. P. F. Castleberry went to San Antonio on business Saturday night. The (|uail season opens in De- cember—buy your guns and am- munition from Murrio and be prepared. — J. H. Nail sold 1000 head o! steers Tuesday which were ship- ped to Ciraford for feeding. Subscription to The Albany News 1 year, Holland's Maga- zine 2 years, and Farm and Ranch 1 year, all for$2.00. Mrs. W. T. 1 'owers returned last week from Houston where she had spent some time with her sister, Mrs. Clark. First mortgage loans on farm and ranch lands made. Vendor li...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 5 November 1915

1 • ?! JJU XXXII, No. 22 Fifth Sunday Meeting Well Attended. ^ „ Quite a number of people were in attendance on the Fifth Sun- day meeting held at the Baptist church. The district was well represented by delegates and the meetings were well attended by the local people. The largest at- tendance was on Sunday morn- ing when Dr. J. D. Sandefer of Abilene delivered an address on Christian education. He said, among other things, that relig- ion and education are co-work- ers, that government is based on religion, and that history re- veals the necessity of ;i nation fostering religion, that as the people of the older nations be- came irreligious they grew weak- er and soon decayed. Dr. Sandefer also spoke in the afternoon. The meeting closed at night with a sermon by Rev. Goodman. Building Permits Granted There have been several thous- and dollars in building permits granted in Albany recently. We have not tried to figure it up so as to give an exact estimate, but observe that it runs p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 5 November 1915

THE ALBANY NEWS. THE ALBANY NEWS ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING Publisher. PAUL BAKER. toured t th« Poet OOc* at Albany. Texu. u Second Clau U«ll MatUr SUBSCRIPTION $1 PFR YEAR ADVERTISING RATES. Display •dvertiM>m«nt«. single insertions. 15 cants per inch; subsequent insertions. 12 1-2 eeata per inch for each Insertion. Some reduc- tion ill be made on advertisements that are one- third of a page or more in sise. Locals snd read- ing notices. 10 cants per line for single insertion. SuMegaent insertions of locals and readers. 5 cents per line for each insertion. FRIDAY, NOV. 5, 1915. Whatever we may think of preparedness, it is good politics just now. Do not despise your situation: In it von must act, suffer and conquer. From every point on earth we are equally near to heaven and to the Infinite. Amiel. Kach nation at war in Europe is accusing the others of sug- gesting peace terms, yet each denies the charge. It would seem that they are all advocates of peace, but don't want to be c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 5 November 1915

mm, w* ■r ( mm -A HP& WM? - IrlH -f- THE ALBANY NEWS. r V , ' Pure Drugs and Medicines. Ice cream and cold drinks. Kodaks and films, toilet articles. WE GUARANTEE personal attention to PRESCRIP- TIONS. Onlv PUREST DRUGS used. P. F. CASTLEBERRY & SON, Druggists. Come to tamales. Renfro for canned Best grade murrik's. Michigan salt at ffiorala jf Jforamtala I (Th# N«wi r<H|u<*«ti It* rMilora Ui ntnlor phono In th« iiiidh ami place* of r*ai<Jt'Hr«* of Any vlaitora aa *arly in th« w« vk an puaaitilu. If you km.w of nther pfraiioMla kindly •rail thoni also with • h«« name of the* rommunirant. ThiH will greatly anaiat The Newa in k*ep ing in touch with lural hai o«*ninvaand willbe highly appr«Tiat<Hl KdIToh. ) Lunch Renfro. peaches 10c a can Call at Renfro's for fresh comb pr(.j,ared. honey. Buy your winter goods Satur- ]day at Lowery's. J. H. Jenkins and Miss Dollie Arendt were visitors to Albany Saturday. I will give 25 per cent discount on all millinery, First Satur...

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