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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 January 1916

$P m Wi * -■ e* 1 t< FRANK CHANCE BACK IN BASEBALL GAME? COACH SHOWS ABILITY <S Frank Chance. Frank Chance may bo back In haaebnll, though not In the major leagues, If Barney Oldtlehl, the automobile race driver, can turn two trick* One la to Induce Chance to change hie mind about retirement. The other la to Induce U>« holders of stock In tho Los AngtVcs club of the I'acltlc Count league to sell the atock. Oldfleld Is after tho Stock. He has the money to buy It. Ills home now Is In Los Angeles. Ho Is a baseball fan Chunce and he are close friends. Hut tt still Is doubtful that the man who won four pennants with the Chicago Culm could be Induced to come back to a sport that brought such bitter disappoint- ment when he tried to nu>!<e a winner out of the New York Americans. BOXERS MUST DEFEND TITLE American Boxing Association Has I Started War on Fighters—Ted Lewla Classed aa Welter. The recently born American Hoxlng Haociatlon has started real war on title holders who ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 January 1916

"¥<• iJ-'V- # . tJ? THE ALBANY NEWS. fteflttaLa fTfcelfswsliwllsstsltSlssllsn In nil nr rl""' In thr mnm and places of rwldance of lay vWtari M wrl7 In tb« WMk u powlbla. If you know of othsr paraonala kindly sand tkMl ate trith tk* of tha aoiamankant. ThU will iraatly aaalat Tba News in kaap- laff la tSMh with local happening* and will ba highly appreciated. - Editob.) I ' Michigan salt at Murrie's. Dennis of Sedwick was in Albany on business Saturday. Your money will go farthest at tha Racket Store. H. W. Moberley went to Fort Worth Tuesday night on busi- ness. Smoke your meat with Liquid Smoke. Murrie sells Liquid Smoke. Buy your window glass at Murrie's. Geo. T. DeLafosse returned last Thursday from Fort Worth, where ho had gone on business. -you want comfort try a pair layer's dry sock shoes for 'men, waterproof, at the Racket Store. John Conrad returned Satur- day in his car from Fort Worth, where he had visited friends for; several weeks. Use Lowney's cocoa and choc- j ola...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 January 1916

■*< f7 7T&fW s" *.:1 TOI ALBANY NBWB. Sfitsin of AMene j WWWH wi nw«w« w Presbytery. The Abilene Presbytery met in Albany Tuesday in called session for the purpose of attending to some matters in connection with the Reynolds Presbyterian Or- phanage and the installation of $av. Chas. H. Crawford as pas- tor of the Matthews Memorial Preabyterian church. In its meeting in the after- noon, the Presbytery received Eev. Crawford into membership in the Presbytery. An applica- tion has been received for the ■uperintendency of the /Orphan- age from a Dr. Smith. No ac- tion was taken on this matter, however. The Presbytery pro- poses to raise funds for the Or- phanage, some money having already been received for this purpose by the treasurer, W. G. Webb. About five o'clock while in his study with Rev. Crouch of An- son, Rev. Crawford was over- come with gas and was unable to be present at the services in the evening. Hence the instal- lation service was not conducted as planned, but t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 28 January 1916

m-v ■ mf, 1 wmrn ■bfk| : M' *■ # "* 4> !*^4 • ww C < # * , No. 34 / Die itag Hems ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 28,1816 zw ■' 'CM •vfa . t Whole Number 1M4 Sftfiig Convention at Boogs The Shackelford County Sing- ing Convention will meet next Sunday, the fifth Sunday in January, with the Boogsburg class. All'singers are invinted to be present. Also all who are Interested in good singing. J. W. George Garage. For County Treasurer. We are calling your attention to the announcement of Mr. Geo. T. Latimer for re-election to the office of county treasurer. Mr. Latimer has been a citizen of of this county for a n umber of yearsfhaving lived in the Lue- ders community before his elec- tion to the office of treasurer. Since that time he has lived in Albany, where he has been a I useful and an esteemed citizen. J. W. George has changed his He has made a good county plans about the location of his treasurer, always punctual in garage. He will build it on the the dicharge of his duties,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 28 January 1916

.* ''™e*v THE ALBANY NEWS. '' •'* , : . MPST "**'** fe •V • .v THE ALBANY NEWS ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING PMIL BAKER, Publisher lat llM FMt OOo* t Albany, Ion, u SMMdCUaa Mall Matter. SUBSCRIPTION $1 PER YEAR AOTBRTI8INO RATKS. adnrtiMOMnU. «ln«l. ln««rtlon . 16 . Inch: iufa**qu«nt InMrtlona. It 1-2 faMh for «aoh laaarthm. 8<vn. raduc- • M mda aa advartleamanta that ara ona- • paara at nan In (Im. Loealaand raad- ■aa, 10 aaaU par Itaa for ilncl* Insertion. _jant Inaartiana of local* and raadara, t tar Itaa toraach Inaartlon. FRIDAY, JAN. 20, 1916. The but week to pay your poll tax. Do it now. Nineteen schools in Jones county have been granted aid under the million dollar appro- priation. Good for Jones county. It is always to the front. Last week we published a list of the farmers over Texas who won prizes in farming contest in 1915 under the Texas Industrial Congress plan. The Congress is this year offering $10,000.00 as heretofore, and if you want to win one of the prizes you ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 28 January 1916

wm*, . wannata . Ci - . .. v ' ' ^ '" "* THE ALBANY NEWS. iMwwwiHltlltl n«J«l« to —II or phon« to th« nuw and placM of rwid«nc« of ^ffvMtanaaaarly in the WMk aa poaribl*. If you know of other pononala kindly lend I"- -'— —*f-1*- -* "— ———This will BTMtly aMlatTba Nowi In kaap | K to tOMh with local happanlnsaand wlllbohl«hly«pprocI*tod.-Editor.] J sell the all leather shoes 'le Racket Store. liss Sallie Matthews went to Fort Worth Monday to visit friends. Six pounds good coffee for $1 at Burrows Grocery Co. f4 AGltsk returned Monday from • visit with Mrs. Glesk in Mingui. Mr. S. Webb has bought an Overland car from King Broth- ers, the agents. Mrs. Henery Palm and Miss Corinne Palm were in town shopping Saturday. We pay cash and sell for cash, therefore we can save you money on groceries. Burrows Gro. Co. Mr. Danforth of Washington state is here visiting his sister, Mrs. Wilson at the home of C. A. Wilson. If you want comfort try a pair of Mayer's dry sock shoes for men, waterproof,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 28 January 1916

mmi ; Wv§'$if THE ALBANY NEWS. iV SPECIAL on Gran-Dee Flour Per Barrel, $6.90 Per ^ " 3.45 This flour is the Highest Patent None Better—Enough Said. Act Wise or Otherwise Buy now while wo are making the price. J. CARTER KING 1EHR HI SERBM UITENEDKT PHAGE Guerrilla Chief Metes Out Stern Justice to Evildoers. "Executed" Man Eacape* and la Now Safe In America After Being Stabbed and Thrown Into Vardar River. Newcomb News. The continued cold weather has caused most of our citizens! to hibernate and we find news rather scarce. Most every family in this com- muKity has been so unfortunate | as to have been victims of la grippe the past month. Mrs. Annie Miracle is reported seriously ill at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. .1. J. Land troop were callers at \\ illis Johnsons Sunday afternoon. Miss Annie Kelly and little nephews, guest ol Mr. VV. h. Muse and family Sunday. The superintendent of New- comb school was testing the merits of a new "h m t" buggie Sunday evening. Mrs. Sharrard of Boogsbu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 4 February 1916

frr nr, - v. - I Isr.' * "c &$#*" :/ ■■ ; '•' #«# • ■ ' .J >••..' .'ikw TtLmn.Na.3S V. M. Biggs for Sheriff and Tax Collector. We are glad to announce to our readers that Mr. W. M. (Marshal) Biggs will make the race for re-election to the office of sheriff and tax collector. Mr. Biggs is well known by ' is con- stituency and needs no word of introduction or praise, yet, as was recently suggested by a cit- izen, too much could not be said in his favor or in praise of his ability and efficiency as an officer. Whenever the call of duty comes, Marshal Biggs responds prompt- ly and with effect. He is often Called to other counties to ferret out crimes and hunt down the offender, and in this way he spends much time and money for which he receives very little ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1916 Whole Number IMS compensation. The counties over' Texas owe much to Mr. Biggs for this service of supereroga- tion. But coming down to his work for Shackelford county, it has been painsta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 4 February 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS] ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING J THE ALBANY NEWS. SUBSCRIPTION $1 PER YEAR ADVERTISING RATES. Otaplay «dwrtk«p«nu. «ln«l« IrMgrtloM..1; moU mt W h; lubnqont InMtWma, IIH MiUpfflxk for Meh inavrtlMi. Bom. rtdac- th.t «.onj- Vonlt indrwmd- Inr notk**, 10*ln«.1* Ir"?rtk"'; Snfcwqunit taMftkmt of nd r*«Uw. ( M it. p«r lid* for ««oh inoortton. ^ FRIDAY. FEB. 4, 1916. Blessed are those who speak only good, for evil will fly their presence. Twice blessed are those who see only good, for the road to salvation lies open before them. Thrice blessed are those who think only good, for they have slain the prince of darkness, and opened the gates to the kingdom of God. -W. Scott Lewis. Lous D. Brandies has been nominated by the President to fill the vacancy in the United States Supreme Court, caused by the death of Associate Justice Lamar. Mr. Brandies is a Jew, a Democrat, a scholar, and more radical than conservative in his political principles. He has had extensive and varied exp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 4 February 1916

•trcJKIwf mm®, SH5- THE ALBANY NEWS. 11 Pjim A Distinctive Reason What fa the chief reason for the superi- ority of Royal Baking Powder? There are several good reasons, but there jb one which distinguishes Royal from other baking powders. This reason, which every woman should know, is that Royal Baking Powder is made from cream of tartar, which comes from grapes. This means a healthful fruit origin. It means natural food as distinguished from mineral substitutes used in other baking powders. There is no alum nor phosphate in Royal Baking Powder. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO New York toralfi sP Jferamtala [Th« N«w§r#quflst« its raadars to mail or phono In the names and placed « f r«aidenr ' of My visitors aa early in th# wook aa possible. If you know of other personals kindly m nd Ihom alio with the name of tho communicant. Thin will rr«-atly assiitt The News in keep- ing In touch with local happenings and willbehiuhl) appreciated Editor. 1 AT THE PICTURE SHOW TO-NIGHT, Friday, FEB. 4 "A O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 4 February 1916

v . ffim: K9 Bt.il ffrfal 'i^&SS^He'aaairii ' # THE ALBANY NEWS. Yg SPECIAL on Gran-Dee Flour Per Barrel, $6.90 Per " 3.45 Flour is going up, but I will continue the above prices till Saturday, Feb. 12. This flour is the Highest Patent None Better—Enough Said. Act Wise or Otherwise Buy nuw while we are making the price. ^rCAKTERKIN(T Sciatica's Piercing Pain To kill the nerve pains of Sciatica you can always depend on Sloan's Liniment. It penet- rates to the seat of pain and brings ease us soon as it is up- pied. A comfort too with Sloan's i.s that no nibbine is required. Sloan's Liniment is invaluable for stopping muscular or neve pain of i:ny kind. Try it at once if you suffer with Rheumatism, Lumbago. Sore Throat, Pain in Chest, Sprains, Bruises, etc. It is excellent lor Neuralgia and Heixlache. ^ 25c. at all Druggests. Adv. No. 3. Notice to Hunters. No hunting allowed on the Chimney Creek ranch, tf Conrad Brothers. #1 Service that s«rve«! ^ \\'ith lis own rails ....< t! ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 February 1916

* wm. UNO. 36 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1916 nt at the School Mteriuni. Through the efforts of our Vide awake superintendent, the pupils and patrons of the Albany School had the benefit of an eve- nings entertainment and a "hun- dred laughs'' from the art of the noted impersonator and reader, Floyd Yarbrough, Monday. l^iere was an encouraging at- tendance/ in spite of the cold avening, and plenty of fun and amusement for everybody, es- pecially the children. Basket Ball. The Albany High School girls were unexpectedly defeated last Friday at the hands of the Baird High. The girls worked hard but were bewildered by small court. The boys have an exceptionally good team this year and made an easy prey of Baird High. Following Friday's games the girls played the Throckmorton team Saturday. The first half of the game was a tie. but the last half they changed players our girls lost courage, arid were defeated. Four games will be played on our court Saturday— Baird High and Woodso...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 February 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS. .• R • ' i * THE ALBANY NEWS EVERY FRIDAY MORNING tat OSm at Albany. 7mm. ia ' Mall Matter. SUBSCRIPTION $1 PER YEAR ADTXBTUING RATES. Ita. (Incla In— ttoni. It l«wnt inaartiona. IX 1-t ■ par MM* far aaaa Inai I hni Sam radac- vttlba mada on adrcrtiaaananta that ara ana- n alaa. Lamia and raad- liaatar alncla Inaartkm. _ (if taeala and raadara. 8 pmt Una far aaali Iwaartlan. FRIDAY, FEB. 11. 1916. M— wfll haaadaoa admllaaai Swi—IM SaaarWaoa at total It remained for a woman and one scarcely mature in years to turn down a salary that presi- dents and princes would not have scorned, in preserving an ideal. This is what Mary Pick- ford did in refusing to sign with a noted film company at three hundred thousand a year, elect- ing to star in a company of her own. The question of preparedness "Listen to the Se'utation of the might well be considered in other Dawn, regard than the immediate needs Look to this Day, of the army and navy. Prepar- For it ii life, the very life ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 February 1916

jteramtalfi ■toatllw pkoM In tlu nun and pboa of rssidsne* of HI till In tin iruk n n—If you know of other personals kindly Mnd nrftfc %nni ?f tfcT ■■■ulifnr' This will creatl? assist Th* News In ksep- d.-Burros.] to«ah wttfc iaeal kipptalmaul wlllbshlshly appreciated. Your money will go farthest at iStore. , C. A. Wil*m made a trip to Lueden Thursday. County Attorney Brittain was • passenger up from Moran Sunday. Th« bast quality of men's work at the lowest prices. Racket Store. ut* Minnie Lee Price return- ed Friday from a visit with friends in Cisco. Subscription to The Albany Newt 1 year, Holland's Maga- sine 2 years, and Farm and Ranch 1 year, all for $2.00. | I ■ | I Mr. Julius Meyer of New Mex- ico made his brother, Eli Meyer •nd family, a visit of several d«ys and has returned home. We sell the all leather shoes at the Racket Store. Geo. was a week. Gober of Throckmorton visitor to Albany this Mr. R. E. Burns returned Tuesday from a business trip to Anson. Josh Rodriguez ret...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 February 1916

v:m m • -i t m ;•* v v;j. | -v . |p?^V y; t™ Kp«r • t : ' THE ALBANY NEWS. |S^pifSi8ft8« nipOIH 10 rBfCMSI Liver California From Mtxieo. Washington, Jan. 31. —The President will be authorized to negotiate with the Carranza Government for the purchase of Lower California, by a resolution introduced today by Represent- ative Britton, of Illinois. He declared such a purchase would put into the hands of the de facto officials of Mexico millions of dollars for rehabilitating the Government and the country's industries Coughs And Colds Are Dangerous Few of us realize the danger of Coughs and Colds. We con- sider them common and harmless aUments. However statistics tell us every third person dies of Slung ailment. Dangerou ronchial and Lung diseases follow a neglected cold. As your body struggles against cold germs, no better aid can be had than Dr. King's New Discovery. Its merit has been tested by old and young. In use over to years. Get a bottle to-day. Avoid the risk of serious Lung ai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 18 February 1916

I rrlwm W* i ■ f" H * '£WtM ■vm- IlMl wwpp wrm IMm IB 'i&Wfl !l : ♦" WS ■ . v • 3? '* ' 1 VtLxxxn '".I ■ f ■ ■ " "- SHutm Hems [, No. 37 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1916 WMcNiaribor 1M7 r — ,, Mi I " DRY GOODS WE HANDLE: The Hart Schaffner & Harx clothing for men and boys. These suits are all wool, well made, and fit excellently. Let us sell >ou your spring suit. The Stetson and Lion Special h its in all staple and fancy styles, prices right. We are receiving spring dry goods every day and will show you the latest styles in all of our lines. SEDWICK & COOK i m PLEASANT TIME AT ! dent's plan of preparedness and | the European war. The only BROYLES RANCH thinvr to mar the pleasure of this happy occasion was the fact that , . , i. I Mr. Broyles was sick abed with Last Tuesday was a day long J 0. ,. ., to l>e remembvred by some Al- "" N ,l ' r u' ta„y friends of Mr. W. M. "fWk « 'ri;arty. Mrs. „ , j • 4 I** /-I D bpain, after assuring Aunt Broyles and sister. M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 18 February 1916

wm r,yf ■jm % TsftJF'i ^■1 ' "■:;1 . V fc * life dbiS THE ALBANY NEWS. ALBANY NEWS HWUBO KVKXY TODAY KORKING P$&8J iw*7« BAKES, SUBSCRIPTION $1 PER YEAR Dk*tar «<^to lnwrtlo«> . lj •Mria ptt kwki -tuimt iwrtlom. 11 I S mm&SBs&gx LMlkudlHl- rst^tsr^sri FRIDAY. FEB. 18, 1916. A recent writer has said that the mainspring of Lincoln's power lay in the nobility of his •fans. Without noble aims |man can accomplish little that worth while is the executive department to clean up the state county by county in a systematic way with- out putting the matter to a vote of the people. Such laws are in effect In Oklahoma and other states. By using this plan and requiring the counties to pay part of the ex- pense, eradication could go for- ward rapidly and the state could be cleaned up in two or three years. CORRECT AND WRONG. From Baird Star. "No one can justly charge Shackelford county with over production of cotton. The gov- ernment report shows only one bale of cotton ginned in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 18 February 1916

• mm $mm, St : ' 'SxWttWm mi: THE ALBANY .?V n a Real Difference 'Oram of tartar, derived from grapes, b Wad In Royal Baking: Powder because H fll the best and most healthful ingredient known for the purpose. Phosphate and alum, which are de- rived from mineral sources, are used in baking powders, instead of cream of tartar, because they are cheaper. If you have been induced to use baking powders made from alum or phosphate, fj)e Royal Baking Powder instead. You wffl be pleased with the results and the in the quality of the food. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York ' JL1M n: I i I 11 —• FEurala sP Jlraflttala] Buy your rubber hose St Mur- rie's. Ed Martin was a caller at The News office Monday and left a dollar with the instruction to let the sheet keep coming. [AtNlvlNIMItilti riadm to mill or phone In tha nimN and places of residence of If .Miorn ««>! |n tha WMk u poulblo. If fou know of othor poraonali kindljr •end tk«m aiao with the nam* of tha communicant. This will greatly aaa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 18 February 1916

M'M 1 i ■ ' ;s Daw tl Ore CtMa. I exposure and drafts. . Take Dr. King's New . It is prepared from tar, healing balsams and i laxatives. Dr. King's New overy kills and expels the 1 germs, soothes the irritated and allsys inflammation, i the mucous membrane, as you will, yoa cannot a better cough and cold rainady. Its use over 46 yesrs iMi guarantee of satisfaction. ^ Fresti Milk Cows. I now have some fresh milk cows for aAle. W. G. Webb. THE ALBANY NBW& the cities in ioma and the Katy can serve ?ou best, either Sa traveler or as a Mtt ipper of freight. NOW. trto of fMt Katjr tnlM-Tho Tnu Spatial. Th« lUtr Llrottod and The K tr Fljtr. I want to a*rv« you tad will chMtfullr furnlab amy Information dMired about rataa aad Mrvlc*. W. 6. CRUSH, Gen. Passenger Agt. Katy Bldg., Dallas, Texas. HAVE YOU WEAK LUNGS? Do colds aettle oil your chest or In your bronchial tubes? Do coughs hang on, or are you subject to throat troubles ? 'Such troubles should have Immediate treatment with the st...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 25 February 1916

' m fht Patm Urns y ▼•LXXXn.No. 88 TK DIXIE OVERLAND HIGH- WAY Will HUH THRU ALRANY ___ ^ The Dixie Overland Highway was organized in Columbus, (la., June 17, 1915, and the following officers were elected to office: Frank G. Lumpkin, Columbus, Pres.; F. C. Battey, Vice Pres., ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1910 Whole Nuker 1*68 Columbus, Montgomery, Selma, Meridian, Jackson, Vicksburg, Monroe, Shreveport, Tyler, Dal- las, Ft. Worth, Hreckenridge, Albany, Abilene, Merkel, Sweet- water, Snyder, Tohoka, Plains, Roswell, Ruidosa, Alamogordo, Las Crues, HI I'aso, Deming, Dordsburg, Phoenix, Yunru, El Centro, San Diego. This direct south' n route af- Savannah; Leland J. Henderson, Columbus, Secretary; State Vice fords one an opportunity to study President elected Ram Vaughn, the primitive Indian life while Amarillo, Texas. passing thru a KMX) square mile The Southern Motoring Maga-, Indian reservation and study tine, of Dallas, is promoting the Mexican life in Mexico, visit the loggi...

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