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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 5 November 1915

c m* THE ALBANY NEWS. mmrnM CahimetJ'L^i^ 'I want what I ask for- I know what it would mean to j;< homo thnut it. M titer won't t.il.c ch:iti<•• - she', itirc iif Cnlumi t urr «>f ]i !,tf wh« 1 nrnc, tasty bak- in of po live, I fori'i i 11!* '.t )>111itv ami cc> ■ •. You !i. CALUMET Baking Powder — 1 ijr asule your faw>ritc l rand once a ul \ on'II never go ku k t' it. Calu- met i the • iM'u l>e t I ak f I >w- <lrr it's in Str- ut e in | * it «•. Rucciv il Highest Awnrdt \npi| ..A.fw i f • VJO "* t Cheap «■ it I • i .".It.. i I' w,|, , " , ,i :IV". ' : ' " ( ' " ' ' ' |,-"f and far i i r to • i: ! SERVICE DEFINED A "stop" will convince y< of the t i t i it your iimiu'V worth pure tn ami > >utk! I at tlic CITY HOTEL (iF.(). \\ I' Kolt A'. IT TO HA II SHAVE. HAIRCUT, Shampoo or Massage WILSON U BiCCS Hot i:rd Cold B;ith. Waco Steam Laundry FINDS 88 POUNDS OF HONEY ■ee ' Tfeature Trova la Discovered In an Old Varmont Hemlock T reo. HcIIowr Full*, Vt ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 November 1915

\ ike Albaim Mens XXXn, No. 23 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1915 Whole Number 1648 The Big Sale is Now on at the Popular Dry Goods Company We meet all competition regardless of price. Be sure and get our prices before you purchase. We can sell you cheaper because we buy for cash and sell for cash. Let us figure your winter bill. A DOLLAR SAVED IS A DOLLAR HADE POPULAR DRY GOODS CO. WHERE A DOLLAR DOES ITS DUTY THE STORE AHEAD, PHONE 198. WHERE A DOLLAR DOES ITS DUTY k m' i | kXi' I Car Tournament, First Satur- day, Well Attended. The First Saturday in Novem- ber brought a big crowd to Al- bany. Some, probably, were at- tracted by one and some by an- other feature of the program or by the bargains oll'ered by the merchants. The first contest was that in needle work on display at the Albany National Hank. A good- ly number of ladies competed for the prizes, one in embroidery and one in crochet,and the pieces on display was a high comple- ment to the skill of the ladies. The jud...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 November 1915

THE ALBANY NEWS. M White SirA„ Just to Give You a Cup of Good CofTee coffee IV.,. iff0 4PA'«f B 6T f 01 tewTEk GkoO£ • w The crcam of the cofTce crops of far-off lands are gathered—shipped across seas tested and tasted — the best selected, cleaned, roasted, dusted, ground and packed in air tight tins bearing the label wart ^ Jl JR. 1 (Teva.y Romt'd viJ Die t?J) Shipper] Ut your prC'-r (l.r ,1 •• jf 'v.v" mailed. Anrfil i- '',"-nii.r -"I ' i • I't.: it nr\ ■ Ii lint* l<i gel cl 1 t vi i. >' iv. .•••<•'/ • : . . , p. -i , i• : . No wond: r U IS I tr. ig .r> it. .«.. 1 !i .>• arum . Ma. <■ 1 ur Ncxf C ' , >"• ' r I!S;. un Cofitre ! ' "1 "ii , t • < \ o i.i :' i <-.•. p'.'ii i . (itiih. ! ■ . r gji-i'.'i I, ' GHOChR CO. : I.< i. ' hi!,/) WAl'i ES-i'L \T Dcn«# n. ! ' I , ( > ' • i •. I Mah.1 -• . • u«« r *■+ iw i k— THE ALBANY M:\YS ISSt'KD KVKiiV i'llinw MIHiMNC PAUL BAKER, • • • Publisher. fc'l r T 'l| Ht t ) «• I M1 • ' Mh<lll> . N SlH'ul.f l «. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 November 1915

. I' THE ALBANY NEWS. [ OUR PUBLIC FORUM A W. D. Lewis On Mission of the Farmers' Union W. D. Lewis, president of the Texan Farmers' Union, wbose tenure of otflce expires by limitation Ui August, ha* Issued the following farewell statement to the Teisu farmers: "The Farmers' Union Htands before the public of Texas today proud us a King; glorying In lis achieve ments and boasting of its possibilities of rendering a service to the mm whs follow the plow. The IJuion sounds the bugle call of organization. summoning every yoeman «o rally around iti. colors. lu business it sUnda for education and cf>-operation; in the homo it stands for Sally and the babies; in governnit nt It stands for RStructlvo statesmanship. At the moment. It directs the attend in of tbn HJ«rs to warehousing and financing the present cotton crop. Fellow farmers la and salute King Cotton, a sovereign In whose reign ihe prosperity <>r S ate Is Involved and a ruler whose sccpte^- turns tti< lleecy ilbre Inij...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 November 1915

' *wV .< :• ' ' « K ■ ■ v,--; •'* "i-f v ' . " ' v c t THE ALBANY NEWS. H-H r I / - ' . T. Lowery's s Mighty Moving of Matchless Merchandise This circular is addressed to you, and it means money saving to you to read every line in it and pay close attention to the PLACE, TIME and PRICES, and other inducements contained therein. Cash is the Key that Unlocks the Door that Leads to this Great Bargain Counter " PLACE—TIME—PRICES THE LOWEST The store of J. T. Lowery, Albany, Texas, will he the Bargain Counter of West Texas, beginning on November 12, and continuing thru November 30, at which time the entire stock of this business will be marked and sold at prices lower than ever before sold in Albany or surrounding country, and this Mighty Moving of Matchless Mer- chandise will continue, rain or shine, hot or cold, until this mammoth stock of merchandise shall have been con- sumed or until the wants of this locality shall have been supplied. The time is ripe for just such a bargain fea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 November 1915

THE ALBANY NEWS. *> 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. Murals Jforsmtala [Th«N«w. rtquMti ita read era to mail or phon« In th* named and plarcN of r*>nul<>nrr of •ny vlaitora aa aarly in th«* w*wk aa poMible. If you know of other pwmalft kindly nend i alao with tha nam* of tha communicant. Thin will ffrmtly aaaiat The N*wn in Iteep- in touch with local hapo«nlncaand will b« highly appreciate. Editor. ! The latest in Autos is the Dodge. Lunch peaches 10c a can - Ren fro. Best grade Michigan salt at MURRIE'S. J. D. English of Moran and son were in Albany Monday. I will buy your produce and pay caah for it. F. P. Bupp. Murrie sells nails and staples, in fact most anything you want. White Swan coffee pleases the most fastidious. Sold by Ren fro. Rev. W. M. Linley of Lusk was in Albany on business Mon- day. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 November 1915

THE ALBANY NEWS. 1 h ! A Fire Marshal Ordinance. « , An ordinance creating the of- fice of Fire Marshal, prescribing the duties thereof, providing for its maintenance, and prescribing penalties for violations. Re it ordained by thn City Council of the City of Albany, Texas: Section 1. The office of Fire Marshal is hereby created. Such matter under investigation, and shall cause the same to be re- duced to writing; and if he shall be of the opinion that there is evidence sufficient to charge any person with the crime of arson, or with the attempt to commit the crime of arson, or of con- spiracy to defraud, or criminal conduct in connection with such | fire, he shall cause such person to be lawfully arrested and ... . II . ;i i charged with such offense or ofhfce shall be independent of * otli€r city dtpartments, ,1,, <" "<! shall furn,sh Marshal reportinK directly to the to the proper prosecuting attor- rT. A. DEATS~ FURNITURE, HARNESS & LEATHER 600US Paint, Varnish, Linsee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 19 November 1915

m D |Jhmg Pews Xy m ■ m ' ■■tm k XXXII, No. 24 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1915 Whole Number 1644 gggggggg m 15. >' !># The Big Sale is Now on at the Popular Dry Goods Company We meet all competition regardless of price. Be sure and get our prices before you purchase. We can sell you cheaper because we buy for cash and sell for cash. Let us figure your winter bill. A DOLLAR SAVED IS A DOLLAR HADE POPULAR DRY GOODS CO. W: WHERE A DOLLAR DOES ITS DUTY THE STORE AHEAD. PHONE 198. WHERE A DOLLAR DOES ITS DUTY GOL. POTTER AND PARTY IN ALRANY. SAY ROAD MUST BE IMPROVED, Col. Del M. Potter and party passed thru Albany last Thurs- day afternoon. Mr. B. II. Bur- rell, Senior Highway Engineer in the office of public roads at Washington accompanied Mr. Potter. It was his duty to make a survey of the Highway and collect data relative to it and what improvements it is contem- plated to be made by I )ecember 191(5. It is Col. Potter's intention to lay the Highway plan before Congres...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 19 November 1915

' ^ J) \ / THE ALBANY NEWS. *nJT I^K^S .^41 ® C4 rii be a germ disease. This in it- self is a rather wonderful dis- covery. The medical profession has almost persuaded mankind that he cannot have a malady that is not caused by a germ. It is really a great relief when we hear them announce that pellagra is not caused by a germ and that it does not take a serum or vaccine to cure it. \ • < V * * . 7 i x. i* .r \ ■ ■jf "I See \ $ You Know Good Coffee' You get an appreciative smile when you say "White .'Swan" to the grocer ££$§*1 —he knows then that you know ws'ht '■ good things. White niwan 1 ^ % Coffee (Tcxm Roa-leJ and Blended) i a strtilr: in every cup—a flavor and an aroma thnt would put clieei into a lonesome breakfast on a rainy morning. ,1 )' o>l: !ito Ixs good—we spare no pains in sel.-c'ion. 1 ' Vanii.tv, masting and packing to deliver our bent to ^ ! ry >1 einc! fee — M : alx Your Next Coffee Order White Swan dnfje: "aV 'i1. v/ri^ht, airtight, one, two and X'l In the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 19 November 1915

'<• ; /,' T~ Proper Ventilation of Public Places By C. C. StaiUiy Encpo««r, Bu6«!o, N. Y. In the penernT war against tuberculosis, ty- phoid fever mid other in- fections diseases there is no doubt that congress and the United States government Don will play an important part by enacting anil enforcing laws requiring proper ventilation of public places. Science has made wonderful [irogress in combating disease, but we have never yet been able to discover either practical preventives or cons for tuberculosis, pneumonia, typhoid and other dread diseases. Recent experiments, however, have pointed the way to prevention of dis- WM by ventilation of public places and private houses. Congress anil state legislatures perhaps have no authority to require proper ventilation of private residences, but they have the power to compel it in hotels, apartment houses, state and government buildings. Congress haa done a great work in passing laws fur pure food and druj-'s. It is just as essential f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 19 November 1915

"7* >' *7? S ■ ' ■; , , .*'• i: - * . Vv df a' H THE ALBANY NEWS. a±« A Dead Man's Empire Revelations of An Ambassador-at-Large Transcribed by H. M. Egbert from the private paper* of •n who for a time was an unofficial diplomat in the most secret service of the British Government (Copyright U1S, by W. Q. Chapman.) The life of Emperor Franz Josef of Austria-Hungary has always teemed to ma like one of thoie representa- tions of the Oreek dramatists, in which the hero, pursed by an aveng- ing fate, struggles In vain against a tragic destiny that leaves him, in the and, utterly bereft of all that life has held dear tor him. Never has a monarch suffered so many blows from fortune. Called to the throne at eighteen, It was his fate to lose bis Italian provinces, to suffer defeat from Prance and then from Prussia, to see Hungary become quasi- independent. His son, Prince Rudolf, died by his own band under circum- stances of the utmost pathos; his queen, Empress Elisabeth, fell the vic- t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 19 November 1915

f THE ALBANY NEWS. Drugs and Medicines... cream and cold drinks. Kodaks and films, toilet articles. 'E GUARANTEE personal attention to PRESCRIP- TIONS. Only PUREST DRUGS used. P. F. CASTLEBERRY & SON, Druggists. TUorala $rnuntalH [Tfc« N«wa raqimU Its rwuUra to mall or phon. In th« nimM and u! <■<■• of rmldrncK of M7 vtoltan uMrly In th« WMk u poMibls. If jfou know of othi'r poraonaln kindly .end too with th. n*m. of tho communicant. Thl. will >ulil Th« Now. in k«p- lag In touch with local hapoonlngaand will bo highly appraclatad. - Editok. 1 1 Don't fail to visit the big sale now on at J. T. Lowery's. Fruits and vegetables of the season in stock at Murrie's. Mrs. Nichols and daughter were visitors to Albany Saturday. Dallas Semi-Weekly News and Albany News one year for $1.75. C. S. McNeely of Temple was in Albany on business this week. Murrie sells nails and staples, in fact most anything you want. Mrs. M. P. Clampitt and chil- dren were in town shopping Sat- urday. Se...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 19 November 1915

. About the Book of Revelation. #at Wile Webster defines the word "Revelation" act of revealing; t which is revealed. Then it Mows that a revelation must Htveal something or it is not a revelation. The Old and New Testaments contain God's complete revela- tion of all that he saw fit to let the world know of himself, or hia word, or will concerning qien, as we learn from I ('or. 2:7 tt> 12. Great and popular men, called ministers of the gospel, who write D. D. after their names, or Reverend before them, teach the trusting people, who, as a rule, are not very familiar with the Bible, that it is a dark, mysterious book to men, until the Holy Ghost illuminates the mind. To the writer of this, such a revelation as that would be about like a dozen minus twelve. A revelation that reveals noth- ing might have some value in a curiosity shop, but not as a reve- lation. The Bible is God's letter to us, sent by the Holy Spirit. It is in plain language that we use every day, but we are told t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 26 November 1915

D diking Setts Vol. XXXH, No. 25 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1915 Whole Number 1645 m § The Big Sale is Now on at the Popular Dry Goods Company We meet all competition regardless of price. Be sure and get our prices before you purchase. We can sell you cheaper because we buy for cash and sell for cash. Let us figure your winter bill. A DOLLAR SAVED IS A DOLLAR HADE POPULAR DRY GOODS CO. WHERE A DOLLAR DOES ITS DUTY THE STORE AHEAD. PHONE 198, WHERE A DOLLAR DOES ITS DUTY CITIZENS CONFER ON HIGHWAY PLANS Work to be Continued, and More Money Raised. A good sized number of citi- zens in town and from the coun- try met in the court house Tues- day night to discuss the High- way proposition and good roads in general. Hadley Robert was elected temporary chairman and P. S. Kend.ick, secretary. The purpose of the meeting was stated to be that of pushing the work on the Shackelford di- vision of the Southern National Highway and a general move- ment for good roads. Mr. Ilol- louieH s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 26 November 1915

can t wan Coffee THE ALBANY NEWS (Texas Roasted anil BltndtJ) There is omething about even the aroma of this deli- cious coffee that tells its tale of goodness. And when you taste it—well, you'll set down your cup with n great big sigh of joy and say, "Ah-h-h—there's the best cup of coffee I ever drank". No wonder—the quality is there—selection, treatment, roosting, packing and a sincere desire to t<iv<* you your money's worth in coffec produce that quality. You won't regret it if you Make Your Next Coffee Order White Swan Coffee Full weight. air tight, one. two and three-pound cans. Whole or ground. WAPLES-PLATTER GROCER CO. (Wholesale Only) DcniMHi, I t. Worth, I >. ll«**. Atnarillo, Howie. IWowtiwiMol, ( hillu < thr. I I arwrll. (•Aliirtvill ?, Ciirravillf, Hamlin, I uLImh L. Mumli>*i>, liUuiloi l, ieini, ami Ail«, Okl«. Till: ALBANY NliVV S 1881WI) KVKRY FRIDAY MOKNINC PAUL BAKER, - - - Publisher. kniartntat th«* i'txti Offlrr at a mm iy, Tosh*. km Second m'til...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 26 November 1915

P F : > ' THE ALBANY NEWS. DAINTY LITTLE APRON broadcloth motor coat jfOtlT PRACTICAL APPAREL FOR THE SMALL GIRL, jt Garment Will Be of Service at All Sea- sons of ths Year and May Be Made of a Wide Variety of * Material*. Tbts dainty and practical little Child'* apron 1* tbe sort of pattern that will make up suitably for a little (rock to wear around the house. since tt la of dree* length, and a imall child doss not require anything more by way of dress Indoor*. Tbi* apron ha* an embroidered de- sign worked on the band aero** the top and pocket*, but embroidery Is not necessary, although hand work Is al way* charming <*i a child's clothes. A good many people trim frocks and apron:; with a design worked out In fancy braid*, of which many come In wash varieties Suitable material* for tbl* apron are gingham, cambric, percale, pique, the Stlffer cotton weaves and cretonne, which I* used a good deal at present for making up house frocks and aprons Tha dainty coloring of cretonne l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 26 November 1915

Hi 313 ' ' THE ALBANY NEWS. mm A Patriot's Dilemma - - Revelations of An ,, ^ I Ambassador-at-Large Transcribed by H. M. Egbert from the private papers of an who for a time was an unofficial diplomat Id the most secret service of the British Government. (Copyright, 1915, bjr W. G. Chapman.) If 70a were to uk any diplomatist Of experience In what the real satis- taction of hla calling consists, I think h* would answer that It ja In dissect- ing sad unraveling the mixed motives Oat Animate the actions of that Strange animal—man. At leaat, that waa the fascination of Uis diplomatic life to me, during my fssra of aervlce. And when, through an Indlacretlon, a combination of eventa which over- sane my prudence, I waa unable to SSrro bla majeaty longer In an ac- credited poet, 1 found the old oppor- tunity for paychologlcal observation In no way diminished. Aa an ambaasa- dor-et-large, with leaa responsibility and more freedom, engaged upon a taak that carried me from capital to eapltal, X...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 26 November 1915

P -v. - , V'-' - \ - THE ALBANY NEWS. Bure 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. T: lairala # frrsnnahi [Th« N«w rimuMtlltir<> diir« to m llor phone In fh* namm and pl ri'« ..f rimlrlence "f •ny v 111 tort *n urly In tho wiwk M powllile. If you know of other pemonal kintlly arnii thnni alao with th« namaof th« communicant. Th!« will Krcally aunt Th« N«w« In kccii- |n( In touch with local hapoonlnira and wlllbahlthlyappreclatwi. Ki.itoh. I Buy your Christmas Presents at the Bazaar. W. J. Dodson made a business trip to Dallas this week. Fruits and vegetables of the season in stock at Murrie's. P. C. Taylor was in town on business Tuesday. Dallas Semi-Weekly News and Albany News one year for $1.7.r>. Miss Josephine Kwing h.'is re- turned from a visit to Dallas and Waco. Chase & Sanborn's Peaberry and other bulk c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 26 November 1915

■ m. IISI THE ALBANY NEWS. THE OLD RELIABLE Royal BAKING POWDER Abmoiutoiy Puro Contains No Alum no election, the lowest name shall again he dropped, and so on until a majority be reached. (Duties of department officers.) Sec. 8. The Chief shall pre- side at the annual and special meetings of the department: shall control and have general management of the department ventory rendered to him by the Company Secretary. Sec. 15. Treasurer. It shall | be the duty of the Treasurer to i keep a true account of all money ! or property received by him, the' source whence derived, and time, together with all expenditures] made by him; to report the same r I while on duty, parade or inspec- the annual meeting of the de- I tion; he shall settle all disputes partment. between members while on duty; his decision to be final. COMPANIES Companies comprising this de- Sec. !). The Chief under the partment shall be subject to the | direction of the Fire Marshall or following regulations; Groceries—Groc...

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

' Xh : /■ / V •SWb. t .. 1 mff ©it Pmng Hens - ! f 4 ♦ • « I U No. 26 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1915 Whole Number 1644 Mai Likely to Change Sun. Mr. M. S. Acuff of Austin was tare last week looking after his Intel interests. He bought the lAskett House sometime ago, and Iwd expected to relieve Mr. flockett the first of December. However a man withwhom he vaa on a trade to rent the hotel, failed to take it Mr. and Mrs. Sackett have agreed to keep the boose until Mr. Acuff can obtain Louis Lenoir was visiting home folks Sunday afternoon. The following young couples attended literary society at Sna- lum Saturday night: Glenn Tay- lor and Miss May Pridgen, Clar- ence House and Miss Bertha Al- len, Joe Smith and Miss Achsah Childers. H. W. Lenoir and family were the guests of M. C. Taylor and family Sunday. W. E. Muse and family and Mrs. R. 0. Rogers were callers at W. H. Holeyfield's Sunday • tennant that suits him. If he ev®"l",c' cannot do this, he will take Dlck Moberley and...

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