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

ifi ■ THE ALBANY NEWS. - ,Mm r X Will stsrt sn«w thin morning with a htihsr fairer cresd; I Will c«asa to stand complnlnlnK of my ruthUsa n«lghhor' fri-d, I Will eeass to alt repining while my Outy'i call la cisar; X Will waste no moment whining and my hsart aball know rio fear. CHRISTMAS CANDIES. The foundation dies l "fondant." • r|. HOLIDAY CAKES. ' These little cakea will plea no I ho Milldren and tbey make a nice addl tlon to tho l)o* of Christmas sweet* when sent to a friend. 8 p I c a Nuta.— Take a cupful of granulated sugnr. one cupful "f Hour, two tablespoonfuls Of butter, one tablespoonfuI <>r baking powder, two eggs, a fourth of a cup- ful of citron, one fourth of a cupful Of almonds, one teaapoonful of cluna non and a half teaapoonful of allspice Ud cloves. Cut the nuts and citron v«T fine. Rift the flour with the bak tag powder and mix with the fiult and nuts. Heat the batter, sugar and •tgs until light and creamy, then grad ually add the flour mixture The dough s...

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

K 'w •■•V mi m a®. THEAl.tMN\ NEWS. ^ Horalfi sP Jferamtala [The N«wi rtquMta Its rutdtri to mail or phono In tho ntmn and places of residence of any visitors as early In the week as possible. If you know of other personals kindly send thorn alee with the name of the communicant. This will greatly assist The News in keep- ing in touch with local happenings and will be highly appreciated. -Editor.] R. M. Gooch was business Monday. in town on Six pounds good Peaberry cof- fee for $1.00. Burrows Gro. Co. W. T. Ledbetter of Griffin marketed pecans in Albany Mon- day. Buy your Christmas fruits, candies and fireworks from J. Carter King. Mr. Burns and family of Lue- ders are here visiting T. J. Den- nis and family. No fishing or hunting allowed on the J. Blach & Company ranch. H. C. Arendt. d24 Jack Robert came in Wednes- day morning from College Station where he is a student in the A. & M. If you want something good for Christmas dinner, try a capon. John Tyler has them for sale....

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

•w ' ■ w. — THE ALBANY NEWS. i. 'if- i glH MEAT MARKET HIGH GRADE MEATS, STEAKS, and PORK ALWAYS FRESH Your patronage solicited. LEE DOUGLASS, Proprietor. Carl L. Lieb Pressing on MofMVlan Presser guaranteed. Also dearie, altering, and hats reblocked. « Orders taken for suits. LAUNDRY. PHONE u,7. i * FOR AN UP-TO-DATE 8HAVE, HAIRCUT, Shampoo or Massage Cio to the Tonsorlsl Parlor of- WILSON & BIGGS .J Hot and Cold Bath. AGF.NTS FOR Waco Steam Laundry MISS ALVMS'S PUPILS W|R£CIM BTuesday Evening, Dec. 21,8 O'clock^ HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUMI fig LOUIS LIPSHITZ Wholesale buyer o! Pecans Also buy and sell ' pecan Bags. Waco, - - Texas. DR. G. F. HUSKEY DENTIST In oflice every day except Thursday and Friday. Oflice phone Residence phone <i*>. Will (i. Standifer The Tailor. Ladies' nn,| nt rloth • . • I | . and lejisir.nl, ha «!• .r • I, <lv« <l and r« 'ti "I.I. cau ana Vu sam^us or m Awn wiwrta suits Xh"t a« rih M. • . t. cuyriicsr/ai 11> i * i: ,.i i ivt Ki n I'honc Alb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 31 December 1915

Hk |tag ileus i 4 :m "v<? ■ j ■ .j; ■ if •'. : * Z * 'I '■> . • ' 'Jvj ■ r U irft 9 ▼•L xxxn, No. 30 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1915 Whole Nuiker 1850 BOOSTER BANQUET KATY OFFICIALS A Large Crowd Enjoy Eats, Music, and Oratory. 'Gen. Supt. in Texas; J. W. Ev- i ens, Supt. of the Texas Central division, and Col. J. L. Simpson, ing that they are co-workers. He drew a very beautiful picture of the flower of hospitality which "S>afrti| JFirst." "Statu" all tlir llaii. £ljr $mtmji fflrn'i? Suuatrr CCInb nf Albany. {Texan. (Unmplimrutani In tlir Hailruaft (Offirialu of tlir ffl. ft. & U. nf Sfxan (Crlrbratitut (Cnmplrtum nf j\"riu iKailuuui Station w- iEiglfl (O'rlnrk, Etirttitm nf Orrmthrr awrntii mutli, Niurlocu ffiuttiirrh Jfiftrrn. * ittruu. a stockholder and pioneer. He I he said grows in and around the I also mentioned the names of I home of Shackelford county peo- | other guests, Dr. Sam Webb, pie. Chief Surgeon; W. A. Morrow,, Mr. Diller reviewed the part iGe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 31 December 1915

ip ' '<$ THE ALBANY NEWS. ' 1 M -'if ? THE ALBANY NEWS IBSUBD EVERY FRIDAY MORNING PAW. MKErT • - - Publisher. •I Ik* PMt (Me* at Albany. T«M, u KoMdOtaMM Mall Matter. SUBSCRIPTION $1 PER YEAR abvrrtuing rates. U. single InMrttons, 16 iu«nt ln« Stt IkMiffftlNupor insertions, It l-l for ••ell Insertion. Soma r«duc- fee md« on •4<r«rtlMm«nU Uut ara on«- ptff* or more In also. Local* and ro d- * 10 conU p«r lln« for •!&« to Insertion. n of loe«la and readers, r. each Insertion. FRIDAY. DEC. 31. 1916. 1915 adieu; 1916 is ours. A happy and prosperous new year to all oiir readers. stroyer. We are also reminded, although some may disagree with us, that this friend of man is also one of his chief musicians. The music that a band of these little birds make at dawn and dusk is a perfect harmony of chatter and sufficient reason in itself for their protection. Do you meet the new year with new hopes, new aspirations, new determination, and a broad vision? If so, well for you and happy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 31 December 1915

■BO THE ALBANY NEWS. Corals # ffrrHflnab [TVt Mrw« run—to IU tmitrt to m ll or phono In tho mnw and p !«<-•• of rttUmtt of Mr Ttaltor. * url? In tho wook >• pooalblo. If jou know of other porsonola kindly und IkMialio wltb tbo I>UMof tho communicant. Thlo will(rootl? uolatTho Now, In koop- Inc i>touch with Ibenl hopoonlnnand wlllbohlthlyapproelatod.-Editor. 1 Louis Conrad of Dalhart is bore visiting relatives. Tom Payne returned Wednes- day from a visit in Abilene. N. S. Holland was in Albany thil week visiting friends. Pat Wilson was a guest this week of his brother. C. A. Wil- son. Posted. Positively no hunting allowed on land I own or control, tf Jno. F. Sedwick. Miss Sadie C. Laughlin has gone to Dallas to spend her va- cation. Mr. Bellah and family went to Decater to visit relatives last Friday. — * Alfred Hart of Weatherford came out Sunday to visit Robert Williams. Notice to Hunters. Positively no hunting or fish- ing allowed on the Center ranch, tf A. J. Center. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 31 December 1915

I -5 | f ■ ; . THE ALBANY NEWS. L / / J CITY MEAT MARKET HIGH GRADE HEATS, STEAKS, and PORK ALWAYS FRESH Your patronage solicited. LEE D0U6LASS, Proprietor. Carl L. Lieb Pressing on Hoff=Man Presser guaranteed. Also cleaning, altering, and hats reblocked. Orders taken for suits. LAUNDRY. PHONE 197. FOR AN UP-TO-DATE 8HAVE, HAIRCUT, Shampoo or Massage Co to the Tniuiorial Parlor of . WILSON & BIGGS Hot and Cold Bath. AGENTS FOR Waco Steam Lauridry BIRDS' HOLIDAY DAINTIES WAGED WAR FOR A CENTURY Y*llow-Leg Snipe Travel* Some 9,000 Mile* for CHrl*tin Dinner— Robin* Like Holly Berriee. Conflict Between France and England Consumed Beet Part of a Hun- dred Year*. The yellow-leg snipe travel* a mat- ter of 9,000 allien to get his Christ- mas dinner. It is pretty nearly the longest Journey made annually by any living creature, and the object of It seems to he to procure certain dain- ties in the way of aquatic Insects and crustaceans appropriate for holiday fare. One might say, however,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 January 1916

■' mf Sews fol. XXXII, No. 31 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1916 Whole Number 1661 Rura! Locals. M. E. M. Society Entertained. Land Limit League Proposals 1 ■ Mr. and Mrs. Robt Bradford On Tuesday, Dec. 28, at three Whereas, Believing that the hfere guest of Mr. and Mrs. o'clock, Mrs. T. A. I)eats and country blessed beyond all others Humber Sunday p. m. Mrs. (i. 0. King were at home which has the greatest number Mrs. Autrey has been quite to members of the M. E. Mis- 0f home, owners, and holding seriously ill for several days. Mr. James Bradley spent Sun- sionary Society, honoring Mrs. that men in the acquirement of Henry, who will soon be enrolled homes, are imbued with a greater 4ay night with N. E. Sherrard. in another society. Owing to respect for themselves, a keener Miss Ethel Humber called at sickness in several homes the l0ve for their families, a better Mrs. Will Autrey's Monday p. m. j attendance was not large, but feeling toward their fellow-man, Rev. and Mrs. (loodm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 January 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS. IHE ALBANY NEWS IB8UBD every Friday morning PAUL BAKER. - • • Publisher Cntrreriul the Hoat OIBr« «t Altwnj. T«*M. • Second Cleee M twr SUBSCRIPTION $1 PER YEAR -• *rvKKTmtn« iiA-nw. only in case of national peril! "The cost of such prepared- , ".rfnoss would be great say, $ft00a I year each for 200,000 men oSumschool, or $60,000,000 a year. -%T ' lay for buildings, camps and ' I'^aiprtiertt, m a few millions a mi3 i Lu, - year for instructors. but the gains'' irl imfti&ritil officlcitey here were 2202 bales of cot- ' Shackelford Kinned in the crop 13, 1915, bales tfinn 14. what is infinitely bette woujdjje a powerful civil dus' tion^HH alu wt1" ari ton Agent. Rixtv-fiYe days of%"Vfl'r'Ti , ,, , # _ , gruiijKlethe wether, oepted a position with the Fair l^tnk Co. as traveling wik-snuai^ Wfto A PURPOSE. ju H [in arti- frtlonc Wo'uld' bo worth hit ft \Vould . cost. Roughly speaking, wo may Qwslcx'froikHri ffie'eipenditure at $100.- ./W>i win<rt< tH)itftnt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 January 1916

[Th« N«w« r«qa««UIU r««d«r« to mall or phone In th« mmfi and place® of r«sid«nr« Ins In touch wl^h tacal h®^tning« nd will b«hifhly appreciated. - Rfuroft. ] 1 ituu Ui* uil <• '""'H House Pro .t|!?.Nli!,"liAau,R^':l'1 rlHOHfe announce the following men as candidates for o>'£io« in 8h*ol«?l- t ;|fivcu' mwjw tajk of a f 3W ford county, subject to the action opera In of the I)emocratft'Trlmkry'''M lAllmny: .hllv- ' •Tr,; WhiHr house beimr built ' W: M. %ggs, httA btvn 'Mn the s it ijw July For District /0udj?e, '•> Itind bM^*H *>?* Owi" the infer Judicial Dbtrlct of Tefcas ifjre < om ft, joe BURKETT is considering tnepropow t «• i,i' jj/i'i | ,|>f bujjding a home for the . T . ivlri I VI I ,1 fleparljnent and an opera h Mrs. Ben K. King and children m connection therewith. iome for me Prrcompany i* f; uJMAtt*" Hi. pleasant, -soothing, antiseptic. rt*i W'/t>htagnliA ld *fiducefe In-J AJ1 that is claimed by the flamm^a,, TWfi^os^ jrivtetf' ^iciir historian ii1 (hit C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 January 1916

..HANY NEWS. CITY MEAT MARKET HIGH GRADE MEATS. STEAKS, and PORK ALWAYS FRESH Your patronage solicited. LEE DOUGLASS, Proprietor. Carl L. Lieb Pressing on Hoff-Man Presser guaranteed. Also cleaning, altering, and hats reblocked. Orders taken for suits. LAUNDRY. PHONE i r. ok an up-to-datk SHAVE, HAIRCUT, Shampoo or Massage (lo to the T« i «orw Parlor of- WILSON & 31 GS Hot and Cold Bath. agents for Waco Steam Laundry AMERICANS LIVING IN MANILA GIRL WAS TOO SUSPICIOUS Interesting Things Fran The Bonk nf Revelation. Interesting Statistic* Regarding the And aa a Result She la Out Three Birth and Death Rate Pounda of Perfectly Good of the Race. Candy. The American population of the Wouldn't it make you feel joyful Philippine inland* niav be dccreas- if after allowing your thoughts to iiil'. Imt the permanent American lin^r r ov<r the >wn te-t peach in the !1 ' *' ult ',°uc's, :;olony of Manila ia eonstantlv L^row- on hard of love and vou admitted the ;1 Ulrc J a ls sym 0 lze y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 January 1916

lb Hens ,y*l. XXXII, No. 32 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1916 Whole Number IMS Formula for Poisoning Pests. Sweetwater, ""ex., Jan. 5, 191C.. Hon. County Judge and Saperir.- tendent of Schools, Albany, Texas. Dear Sirs:—We are now b<- ginning our campaign in several counties including yours to ex- terminate the rats, rabbits, prai- rie dog and other pests. In this campaign we have the co-opera- lion of the State Department of Agriculture to organize the Bio- logical Survey of the United States Department of Agricul- ture to demonstrate how to mix and use the poison also the State Health Department. We there- fore ask your co-operation, to work through the schools, your business men and your counts papers, and through these the farmers. It is necessary to ap- point local men throughout your county to aid in organizing and raising the money to buy th< poison. Demonstratioi s will be held at Albany at 0:00 a. m. anil Moran at 2:00 p. m. on Jan. 21, 191(5. All persons an req...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 January 1916

KB <1*. If! ' THE ALBANY NEWS. THE ALBANY NEWS I8SUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNINO PAUL BAKElC - ~ Publisher Btaradat th. Post OBt. t Albany. T.im. Second Cla Mall Matter. SUBSCRIPTION $1 PER YEAR ADVERTISING RATES Display advertisement*. single insertions. 16 cants per inch; subaequent insertions. 121-2 ants per inch for each insertion. Home reduc- tion will be rnsde on advertisements thst sre one- fKhrd of a pair* or more in stse. Locals snd r*«ed- t% notices. K) cents per line for single insertion. 8«bscaoent insertions of locals snd reader*. G cents per line for each insertion. FRIDAY. JAN. 14, 1916. Taste if it mean anything but a paltry ctinnoisseurship, must mean a general susceptibility to truth and nobleness; a sense to discern, and a heart to love and reverence.all beauty, order,good- ness, wheresoever and in whatso- ever forms and accomplishments they are to be seen. -Carlyle. It seems now that the Germans 1 are about to acceed to all the de- mands made by the United States. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 January 1916

/ -te .... fr [ INOCULATION AS CHOLERA PROTECTION • v;.i. r 11 mm w mr > THE ALBANY NEWS. FOR POLICY'* tAKR. WOULD DO FIRST RATE. Do you subscribe to the UMory tt^l virtue ta It* own reward?" "Ob, yea," replied the practical pair •til •V-1SSS5ME55. .j" - ticlan. "But a man In public lira afford to be too virtuous. I'm aurprlaed to hear you amy that. "It's true, nevertheless. Voters a tendency to suspect a man Who too good and an officeholder retain their support unless be enough wuaknaises to prove that ho la ■till human. psSJ u4*A . >. •••• <:;x Tl"Pt Ci bARW-N lOl-AM'J hOMca v. \ •' • : V. . Injecting Serum. At1 ' "iii (By DR. R. H. WILLIAMS. Animal Mm- ■ bandman. t'ntve«lty nf Arlxona Agricul- tural Experiment Station > A vsry common Inquiry from farm ers Is In regard to Inoculating hogs as protection against cholera. Hog cholera has been a great men- ace to the hog Industry. TIiIh disease may not be dreadM if tare lx taken to keep out Infection bh well an possible an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 January 1916

§ mm 1 ,-f m&t \ THE ALBANY NF,W«5. WATER SUPPLY ON TURKISH DESERT 1111 * v .- w D i i<y 4 •-i*'. lilfe' &&: '■' *V'< ^ v" ; • * ' " ' German well diggers aceompany^ig tho Turkish ariuy on Its way across fib* deaert discovered that It would be necessary to cache water along tho route For thla reason they contrived water boxes, which are "planted" at certain Intervals across the desert sands. The photograph showB the great array of boxes at one of the wuter stations. The water carriers are waiting tor the arrival of tho troops. 15 MECCA OF 3PIE5 Saloniki Swarms With Agents of Central Powers. HIT IS S SIC Battle Wounds Fail to British Soldier. Shake Doctor Gets New Conception of Word Patriotism In Caring for Wounded at the Front—Medical Service Highly Efficient. Chicago.—"Tho Miracle of the Fighting Men" suggests Itself as a pretty good caption for the following Interview, writes Charles N. Wheeler In the Chicago Tribune. Doctor Chancellor was one of the Chicago unit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 January 1916

RggfiliM THE ALBANY NEWS. SnralB $ J^rfiottalal [TkeHewereqewtelUireederetoeallor phone In the nemee end pleeee of reeidence of tny ▼tottort eeeerly la the week ee poaelbl*. If you know of other personals kindly tend them bIm with the name of the eommunirant. This will vrnetly anaiat The Newt in keep- Ins la touch with local happenings and wlllbehifhlyapprecieted.- Editob. ] Michigan salt at Mutrie's. Light Crust flour for sale at Ifurrie'a. John Lynch attended to busi- ness in Albany Saturday. We sell the all leather shoes at the Racket Store. Mr. and Mrs. G. T. DeLafosse were visitors in Albany Saturday. Ben and W. B. King made an auto trip to Fort Worth this week. Smoke your meat with Liquid Smoke. Murrie sells Liquid Smoke. D. C. Brazell returned Wed- nesday from a business trip to Fort Worth. Buy your window glass at Murrie's. L H. Hill spent this week in Dallas attending to business. Your money will go farthest at | the Racket Store. Mrs. J. E. Allen and Miss Al- len autoed to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 January 1916

V>JFV ; % -i , 1. *.y:, • ; ;j l WCr % & . ' v ■®? m?. ■9 THE ALBANY NEWS. Fort Worth Manufacturers and Jobbers Invite Your Account I / >.v W/yV**^ ■*«« «{ It I* • • * * a • I ||irt MM i il 1111 "LIGHT CRUST order from BURRU8 MILL & ELE. CO. FORT WORTH BROOM & MOP FACTORY. m imif/M l nr«T' r f til.- r.uiioiiH l,IHle * > ri lhi nrl llrnonm iiimI >1op«. \V« wlinlrr m I,, tininrn • "«I limp m.mufnc. luri'tV «ii|i|i||i>m Writ** f« r our prh'* MM Texas Anchor Fence Co. Ornamental Fencing, Iron ;111<I Wire Work for nil pur- poses. OUR ROOFS COVER THE Best Buildings in Texas \\ n cun tak« (mit "f mi v amount of Hoofing iit any time* or anywhere No .loll Too Small — None Too lnry;c, LYDICK ROOFING CO. FOIIT WORTH WACO FT. WORTH WELL MACHINE CO. Headquarter* for Ma- rhliifi. Extra llrpalra, Hope, Klf. Contract Work a Specially. Horlng Cylinders for (las and stoam engine* tout worth Hub Furniture Co. "Manufacturers" FI'RITITITRB AND HATTRBMM Fort Worth. Buy It Ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 January 1916

W ~ M->- 1 m m -4. Pv - ' , T . .v.; : • , , ■■ ■ * # . ' jt ' ■' ' vi /| >-r ' > . I'!' if' I C p«LXXXn,No. 33 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1916 Whole Number IMS A ? J r Many- Throckmorton Basket Bajjjames. The Throckmorton High School basket ball teams came down 8aturday to play with the Albany High School teams. There were two games, one between the girls of the two schools and one between the boys. Good play- ing was done in both games and they were closely contested. In (he first game, the Throckmor- ton girls won by a score of 12 to 10. In the boys' game, the Al- bany team won by a score of 35 to 25. Lecture on Pests. Mr. J. C. Dove of the Agricul- tural Department was in Albany last Friday in the interest of Pest extermination. He lectured to a small audience of men in the parlors of the Albany Na- tional Bank. He discussed ways of poisoning the various pests with which the country is in- fested. He dwelt especially on the raven, sparrow, and rat. Else- where i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 January 1916

. a «:! THE ALBANY NEWS. V*' a#"' THE ALBANY NEWS EBTiUBD EVERY FRIDAY MORNING mi BAKER. Publisher Motdtl th Past Offlm at Albany. Tana, aa I Claaa Mall Mattar. SUBSCRIPTION $1 PER YEAR ADVERTISING RATES. Display advertisement*. alnsla Inaartlona. 16 ■ par loch; subsequent Inaartlona, 121-2 a Mr Inch for aaeh Insertion. Horn# reduc- wtll ba mada an advert Isnttnte that ara one- " af a page ar mora In alaa. Locale and rcad- teaa, lOaaata par Una for elnsle insertion. Dt Inaartlona of locals and readara, 6 Una far each Inaartion. FRIDAY, JAN. 21, 1916. the water who suffer and call on us for material aid. It is still possible for you to obtain a poll tax receipt for the year 1916. There is no failure. The spirit of man can never be broken. He falls but to rise again. Education iB the door that opens the way to development, opportunity, success and happi- ness. Young man, young wom- an, are you striving to get it? Parent, are you helping your son or daughter to obtain it? MORRIS FOR GO...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 January 1916

' K js'jkt • V*. • ■ t • rijPFk 11 H THE ALBANY NEWS. S3 ■ I - ■ 'J&S \* m mm By WALTKft JOSEPH Of LANEY. ■■—IIlllllII III I -J- "Two years to * long time, Mr. Htt(| H "K'l that or Bathing." pronounced Mwn Lane, In hi* set, austere way. "And than?" Inquired Walter Drooks 1 hope Panla marries you. for If yon are aa loyal and helpful ai you have been, whom would 1 welcome ■or* gladly than you aa a aon-ln- k r "And In the meantime?" "Not a word about this aubject to Viola. She la only aliteen. and 1 will not have her young head fllled with nonsense. When she Is elghtoen, her Blind is my mind. Be content. Barn your happineaa." That aettled It. and this Walter Brooks fully realised. The love of hi* life had oome Into his experience, and around it centered all his wak lag thoughts. Old Otdeon Lane had a comforts Ma (arm home. There were, besides, two smaller holdings. They had be- longed to neighbors, and he hail bought them out. lie had leased the North farm, aa It was called, to a s...

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