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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 25 February 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS. I Economy Counts Your grocery bill is one of the largest items in your monthly expense account. We can save you money on groceries because we sell for cash. ST(plE & FANCY GROCERIES &, FEED BURROWS GROCERY COMPANY ALBANY. TEXAS. - PHONE NO. 1 THE ALBANY NEWS imukd every friday morninc PAUL IAKER, - - ■ Publisher •4 at tka Poat OIB i Albany. Ium, M Harond CImi Mali MltUr and that for only one time, that the money may be had at a rea- sonable rate, say six per cent and that more than half of the yearly road and bridge fund will remain with which to repair the roads, it looks like a safe and sane proposition and one that should appeal to any fair minded business man. treasurer. He will receive his per cent only when the seript is finally retired, year by year as the county funds will permit. Another argument advanced is SUBSCRIPTION $1 PER YEAR that the money wi" cost80 much- -—— Now is it true that the money ADVERTISING bates. Diaviay u*«tiMnwnu. •inSi« inMrth...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 25 February 1916

tk pw - • V ® THE ALBANY NEWS. i : * i \ I! OUR PUBLIC FORUM ' - - E. G. Senter ON ADMINHTRATION OF JU8TICE. Ex-Senator E. O. Senter of Dallas, who has perhaps given more careful study to thn administration of Justice than any other cltlren, %hen asked If reforms (which every thoughtful citizen must recognlie as essential to preservation of government) could be brought about by the legal profession, of which he Is a distinguished mem- ber, mttd In part: "Seven years ago I told the lawyer* tn the Stat# Hen- ate, who blocked all efTorts to Improve court procedure, fhat they were hastening the coming of a time when the people would take this subject Into their own hand*. Tha plain English of It Is that at heart they do not want fitly fhaterlal change In the practice and the sooner tha •ople find this out the quicker tanplbl* result* will be obtained The reel ruth is that a large element among the lawyers consider that the privilege of '"lay la the most important feature of the law and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 25 February 1916

fpap nil] ALBANY NEWS, wr bums ; mi mm ibis BABY BEEF AND PIG CLUB MEMBERS WILL COME TO FORT WORTH MARCH 13-18. TO BRING EXHIBITS Competition of Youngsters Will Be Among the Keenest of Great Stock Show—Many Special Events. hand grenades, prepared to wreak death and destruction up- on an enemy, will be found in this army. On the contrary, it will consist of fc right-faced boys armed only with a desire to bet- ter the interests of their state and nation through the upbuild of the livestock industry. Yes, the baby baef and pig club members are coming to Fort Worth in number for the big stock show and they will camp in the shadow of tho Coli- seum. Practically every one of Satisfactory and Inexpensive Method these youngsters will have ex- °f Securing Ample Protection hibits of baity beef or pigs in STRAW SHED FOR LIVE STOCK for Farm Animals. A militant army of progress, imbued with the enthusiasm of higher ideals, will pitch its tents on the grounds near the Coli- seum at Fort Worth dur...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 25 February 1916

■■ '-aS THE ALBANY NEWS. I BAKING POWDER No Alum—No Phosphate —i fiflrala £ Jbraottala j (TMNcwtraqtMttolUrMMlcrttor^ilor phon* In th« narnM and places of residence of •■i fieHweee eerly In the week m poeelble. If you know of other personal* kindly send tbttialao with the name of the communicant. This will greatly assist The News In keep- tag tntoalh with local happenings and will be highly appreciated. Editor. ) Light Crust flour, always the N. W. Watson made a business trip to Albany Saturday. Garden seed, onion sets and potatoes at Murrie's. V. M. Formby of Moran was among Albany's guests Monday. ■V- A good assortment of ladies' and children's shoes at the Racket Store. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Moberley and Mr. Hallam were in from the ranch Saturday. W. H. Cook is in St. Louis this week buying dry goods for firm of Sedwick & Cook. If you want comfort try a pair of Mayer's dry sock shoes for men, waterproof, at the Racket Store. Mrs. P. H. Williams has re- turned from Fort Worth whe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 25 February 1916

•ft**'.-- &r R ' • - r % THE ALBANY NEWS. - Stock Reduction Sale ■ Friday, Saturday, and all Next Week Since taking inventory we find we are overloaded through our entire stock. In order to make room for Spring and Summer merchandise that is now arriving almost daily, we are compelled to reduce our stock. Sale begins Friday morning, Feb. 25, and continues through Saturday, March 4. Below we quote a few prices at less than we could buy them at today at present high prices. Making our purchases before the advances enables us to give you the benefit of same for less money than probably you will ever be able to buy again. Dress Goods* Regular $1.00 quality, sale price 80c Regular 75c quality, sale price 59c Regular 50c quality, sale price 10c Regular 25c quality, sale price 20c Regular 20c quality, sale price 10c Notions, Thead, Etc. All crochet thread 10c a ball. Sewing thread 0 spools for 25c 5c buttons, sale price ;5c Crochet hooks, sale price lc Stickeri braid, 0 yards to bolt, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 3 March 1916

Pram Sens m No. 39 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1916 WMeNi MBANY BOY HOLDS ' I; a s'Dil,er' "ndu Cniin POSITION a resolution was passed that OUUU nUOIIlUn poanj 0f Directors circulate , „ _ a mem^ership pledge list. They Many attractive stories may be1 will be to see you soon. told of boys who have worked w. (J. Webb discussed the plan their way up into a successful. of building roads by use of de-i business or profession. But Al- ferred warrants, after which a bfny is especially interested in j general discussion followed. Several members volunteered to bojrs who have gone out from the community and are making good. Graeme Sterrett, son of Mr. and lira. F. K. Sterrett, is one of these. A year or more ago, Graeme was in Detroit and his father wrote him to go down to Cleveland, 0., and visit an old friend of the family, Mr. Sam Halle. Mr. Halle is the man- ager of the firm of Halle Broth- ers, one of two largest depart- ment stores in Cleveland, em- ploying 1500 clerks. Graeme act...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 3 March 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS. Economy Counts Your grocery bill is one of the largest items in your monthly expense account. We can save you money on. groceries because we sell for cash. ST|PlE & FANCY GROCERIES & FEEO BURROWS GROCERY COMPANY ALBANY. TEXAS. - PHONE NO. 1 THE ALBANY NEWS I8SUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING ^ MKIR. • - - Publisher Bsteredet th* Pest Ofllc. st Albany. Tim. ss Saeead Clsss MtU M.u.r Caution! With a shortage of shiped to move our cotton to foreign shores; with no indication of the end ot the war; with the Nation stirred over preparedness for eventuali- FATTEN SWINE ON OLD CORN Place Animals In Clean Pens and Al- low Plenty of Room—Guard Against Hog Cholera. With srade pigs. it takes from seren to eluht bushels of corn, judiciously fed, to make llH) pounds of pork. Care- less feeders do not Ret as *ood a re- sult for the corn fed as this It will take much more corn to fat- ten a hog In cold, wet weather than It does In mild weather I'ut the ho*s up that are to be fatte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 3 March 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS. Worth Careful Thought Do you read the label to know whether yoar baking powder is made from cream of tartar or, on the other hand, from alum or phosphate? Royal Baking Powder is made from cream of tartar, derived from grapes, and adds to the food only wholesome qualities. Other baking powders contain alum or phosphate, both of mineral origin, and used as substitutes for cream of tartar because of their cheapness. Never sacrifice quality and healthful- for low price. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York ! r Corals # fferamtala [Tlx Wf rtqoiaU iU wdtra to mail or phone In the namea and plarra of residence of Ul visitorar ' 'n the week as poaeible If you knuw of other pergonals kindly tend tliM ike witl of the communicant. This will treatly aeaiet The News in keep la# In touch wi m>c*I happening a and willb* highly appreciated Kpitok 1 .! Miss Cloud is visiting Mrs. H. FViedly. J. j Pure hog lard 17 l-2c per pound ' at City Meat Market. We sell the all leather st the Ra...

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

ff r> * * ' .' V / pi V * ■ i ' #f:V ALBANY FBEMTW OF CHURCH SOCIETIES HAVE MEETING The Albany Federation of Church Societies had the first meeting of the year Tuesday af- ternoon at the Methodist church with the ladies of the Home Mis- sion Society as hostesses. The program was an interest- ;one, and the metting well nded. Especially helpful i the short talks on the sub- ject for the day, which was prayer. In the business session, encouraging reports were had from the Bocial service commit- tees, and a report from the treas- urer was road and approved. In the election of officers for 191(5, Mrs. Shoffit was re-elected by unanimous vote. Mrs. Baker was made secretary to serve until Miss Nance should be able to resume the office, and Mrs. W. E. Williams was re-elected treasurer. The sum of $KOO was received as the offering. An invitation to the parsonage at the close of the program was extended to all present, and in the hospitable home of Rev. and Mrs. Hardy, the ladies enjoyed a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 March 1916

< II* ■■Wi • ;v Mm "• '' *1 1 Tol. XXXII, No. 40 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1 1« Orphanage and School To Open Soon. Rev. Dr. J. Gilmore Smith arrived in Albany last Friday, aomewhat ahead of the time he was expected and began plans at once for opening the Reynolds Presbyterian Orphanage and School. The local members of the board of trustees met with Rev. Smith on the day of his arrival and plans for work and advertising the institution were begun. Some of the preliminary work was that of overhauling the dormitory and school build- ing. The name for the institu- tion decided upon is that of the Reynolds Presbyterian Orphan- age and School of Texas. Dr. Smith wi" have several assistants. Mrs. J. Gilmore Smith will be the matron. Miss Clifford Bell Easly, neice of Dr. Smith, will be assistant teacher. Mrs. I. F. Logan, mother of Mrs. Smith, will be connected with the institution. Mrs. Smith and the other ladies will be here in a few days and then they will be ready to receive ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 March 1916

tfWV mS* - THE ALBANY NEWS. y Economy Counts Your grocery bill is one of the largest items in your monthly expense account. We can save you money on groceries because we sell for cash. STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES & FEED BURROWS GROCERY COMPANY ALBANY. TEXAS. PHONE NO. 1 THE ALBANY NEWS ISSUED KVKRY FRIDAY M()KNIN(i PAUL BAKER, - - - Publisher Kntirtd il tha I'oat OIBc# *i Albany. Tilti. #• Sneonri <'laaa Mail Matter SUBSCRIPTION $1 PER YEAR ADVERTISING RATES. nt*|i)ay mlviTHwiMnU. .Inflr unwrtlun.. If. .#..<• per inch; nukw«(|u«ut iiiiM«rtlon . I? I ii r. i« I>«r Inch for n«ch in «r ton Som '«!' • twn will br ii.mli- on rl .rtl «ni«nt I hut nr. on - Ullrct of ■ P*** or mora In .Mr. Iak-.I. ■ml rrxl taw notice,. 10 etnta par line (or ainula (nuartkm. iuWi uent InMrtions of locala and readera. F> Matt par line for each Innrtlon. FRIDAY. MARCH 10. 1918. Watch your cotton acreage in 1916. A big cotton crop means a low price for the staple and financial disaster. When so...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 March 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS. ifv, .// Irani ihJs'di/fereni %• w r\: V/'1 I Wi:k. r. "< • • - -- V /^V i v) •*"—* . ' ^ U'vr:- ]"H ii'jum r^r~ Dry goods, hardware, harness, nickle and dime goods at the Racket Store. Hon. W. L. Morris has return- ed from a trip to Knox City and Eldorado where he had legal bus- iness. V** rC , To the Voters of tho 42ml Judicial District. Horala & pprsmtalH Mi* I [<fh« N««l raqowta IU r* der« to mall or phone In th« nimn and placca of roaldanrr of any vteltoraaa early in the wa«k aa poaalble. If you know of nthar paraonala kindly «nd than alao with tha namaof tha communicant. Thla will greatly aaalat The Nawa in keep- ing In touch with local happeningaand wlllbehlghlyappreclatad. Edito*. I J Pure hog lard 17 l-2c per pound at City Meat Market. Mr*. C. H. Crawford left Wednesday to visit her daughter in South Dakota. A good assortment of ladies' and children's shoes at the Racket Store. Mr. and Mrs. visited Mr. and Wilson on the ranch Monday. FOR SALE-A wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 March 1916

I II ( TIM ALBANY NEWS. EXHIBIT amount, receiveu lu By amount paid out to balance on hand it M It 4 Showing the aggregate amount received and paid out of each fund and balance to their credit or debit. Also amount to debit and credit of each officer. Also amount of indebtedness of County, to whom, and for what due, with dates of same for the year ending Feby. 17, 1916. The following amounts have been received and paid out of each Fund, leaving balances on hand, or overpaid, at the close of the year, viz: GENERAL FUND To balance on hand Feby. 17, 1 f) 1 i> $7.7( " amount received to " " 11*16 10,817.01) $8,197.09 10.015.76 18,212.85 18,212.85 COURT HOUSE FUND By amount overdrawn Feby. 17, 1915 $200.54 amount paid out to " " 1916 1,19*27 To amount transferred from I'oll Fund May 10, 1915 To amount received to Feby. 17. 1916 1,1.57.47 " amount overdrawn " " " 107.00 1,396.81 1,395.81 JURY FUND To balance on hand Feby. 17, 1915 $708. .'54 " amount received to " " 1916 1,053.47 By amo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 March 1916

/- /„ "* liu pung Sena ! AXL Vi ftLXXXn, No. 41 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 17f 1916 HIGHWAY ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIP Names of individuals and firms who Belong to the Highway Association and are paying the regular monthly dues of $1.00. Is your name printed here? If not, it will please all good roads enthu- siasts, and their number is growing, to see it here next week. L. S. Hollowell, Wilson & Biggs, F. P. Hupp, .). S. McComb, W. H. Cauble, .J. Davis, W. G. Webb, W. II. Stephens, (Jeorge Con- rad, J. B. Matthews, H. G. Bogan, C. F. Smalley, T. A. Deats, King's Variety Store, Dr. Z. W. Casey, J. H. Sammons, Sedwick & Cook, Ixjuis Shoflit, J. H. Friedly, Dave Diller, A. W. Reynolds, P. B. Cloud, R. S. Ix)ng, Geo. T. Latimer, J. Carter King, Lee Douglass, R. K. Nail. H. W. Moberley, Dick Moberley, L. II. Mill, A. J. Center, C. M. Cauble, G. L. Gregg, J. C. Renfro, Paul Ba- ker, Eli Meyer, S.Webb, J. T. Lowery, Albany National Bank, Edward M. Stephens, C. L. Leib, W. .1. Dodson....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 March 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS. Economy Counts Your grocery bill is one of the largest items in your monthly expense account. We can save you money on groceries because we sell for cash. STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES & FEED BURROWS GROCERY C0MpANY the man that will not indulge in "pork barrel" legislation, the man who can think in national terms, and the man who is not afraid of losing his job. And then, when we Ret such a man, we should keep him in Congress as long as he is living up to the same high standard. ALBANY. TEXAS. PHONE NO. 1 THE ALBANY NEWS ISSUKf) KVKRY FRIDAY MORNING PAUL BAKER, ■ • - Publisher Hnl#v.d«t tk. Poat 0 «. at Albany. T.EM, u fiMond ClaM Mall IfatUr SUBSCRIPTION $1 PER YEAR apvehtihino ratkh. Dtaptay a<l artlaam«iU. .Inala tMartlona. 16 ante par Inch; •iibaaquanl Inaartlun.. 12 1-2 acuta par Inch for «N«<-h tnaarthm. Mom. radu.- Mm trill b. mart, on ailv«rtta«MnU that ara on«- Ifclrd of a pa*# ot mnrm In al* . mmaIs •n«i ri ivl |M nottras. <'*nU par Una for at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 March 1916

. ™ "** . V '■ V EEOINQ THE WINTER LAMBS ^eaulta Given Herewith of Interesting Te*t* Made at the Ohio Ex- periment Station. IB test* at the Ohio Htatlon two Ipt* of 12 Delaine ewes each, with thnlr October or November Iambi* from a Southdown rnm. as nearly Ulkn as possible with regard to iirc, weight, conformation anil breeding, ■•re fed for 02 days, beginning Do- rarober 1, uh follows l.ot I. rorn anil Dll meal 4:1. alfalfa anil silage; lot 2, Born, oat*, bran ami oil meal 6:2:2:1, llfalfa and ullage The nutritive ratio jtf the two rations wait approximately Epe aame. The hay and Hilar" were Epd ad libitum and approximately thn Same amount of grain was fed. it be ence* In decree* of tinfoil from the two rations were noted. Both lota pro- duced prime hothouse lambg. Two lots of 11 ewes each, with their lambs, were fed for 96 days, begin- ning December 24, tho aame ration aa In the above experiment, except tbat during the last five weeks clover lay was substituted for the alfalfa. As...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 March 1916

i. infiH.ll <t~ * —'yW- «•*, OPENING I Xi I Xi I Xi I NEW City Hall Auditorium Cisco, Texas March 30, 8:30 P. M. "University of Texas Glee Club" Twenty high class entertainers. Vocal and instrumental music, fea turing the Hawaiian melodies. A GUARANTEED ATTRACTION 700 SEATING CAPACITY... Prices: Lower floor 75c, balcony 50c For further information see C. V. Rominger, CISCO, TEXAS FARM ANIMALS -EEDING POTATOES TO HOGS OM Ma CsttM. Ole Man Cotton, lazy ole cuss! Jus' kep' a-getting wuss an' wum; Totin' hisself all off t' de sin, Leavin' de lan' all ♦M" J. Li re an' thin. an' ham, ;cd to Beit Advantage When Cooked or Steamed and Mixed With Varl- oui Other Feed*. On account of tho low price of po- aloes In many sections farmers have teen Hocking information as to the >0KHllilllty of feeding thom to hogs. Many experiments have been con- luctcd in Germany and other foreign •ountrlen as well as a few In the Jnl ted States to determine the value )f potatoes as feed for nwtne. In Ire- ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 March 1916

W- ; ■ f ' P -h-, 1 ill THE ALBANY NEWS. England, Germany and France Agree on one thing, if on no other. They all prohlbi* the sale of alum baking powders. There must be a good reason for this. It is because alum was found to be un- heal thful. Royal Baking Powde«* is made of cream of tartar, derived from grapes, a natural food product, and contains no alum nor other questionable ingredients. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York Window glass at Murrie's. If you don't find what you want elsewhere, go to Murrie's —he has it. Judge A. A. Clarke spent last week in Graham in the Reynolds case. The trial resulted in a hung jury. THE ADDRESS OF . F. C. WEINEBT BEFORE THE FARMERS' UNION CONVENTION AT HOUSTON, NOV. 9, 1915. Horala / IfcrsmtalB j [Tlw Newireqesete Its readers to msll or phone In the namee end pl*r«*e of residence of Any etoltor® *■ early In the week at poaaible. If you know of other peraoneU kindly Mind them also with the name of the communicant. This will irr«atly aaeist The New...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 March 1916

15 THE ALBANY NKWS. 1 OUR PUBLIC FORUM erty J. S. Cullinan ON CITIZENSHIP. The Texas Economic league Invites the peopl« of Texas Into a dlacussion of citizenship, but before we can Intelligently study so Important a subject we must flrst define It. What Is citizenship? Who Is the best Ameri- can cltlien? Search the statute books for a dennition of o.ltlienshlp and unless one Is a member of the legal profession we Immediately become entangled In a laby rlnth of confuting and oftlmes contradictory laws He-k lag to promote or restrain most evnry form of human activity, much of them good, some of them bad and oth ers indifferent. But laws come and go: ilie Constitution !■ permanent. The preamble of our Federal * onstltutloD state* that our government is organized to c.tve Its cill ~and happiness. Head the Declaration of Independence mid thi Constitution of the United States and on" cannet escape the conclusion that the beat American citizen Is he who Is most free, patriotic, Just, happy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 24 March 1916

m PI • v V i ' irilnng Dews roLXXXn.No. 42 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1910 Whole Number IMS $100.00 IN GOLD TO BOYS & GIRLS Shackelford County should have a Baby Beef Club and a Pig Club, and we are going to give $100.00 to the girls and boys who win these prizes in these Clubs. Next week we are going to announce our plans in these Contests. BOYS AND GIRLS GET READY TO WIN A PRIZE A New A & M College Proposed was found that two bullet holt-s were in his h *:i< 1 and that a bit: rock had been tied to hi body and it thrown into t!i«* river. It is suspected that he was one of four Mexicans that worked out at .Judge Matthew's rand other h i ;ni disappeai> d time a; (i. S, G. COFFEE ANNOUNCES FOR COUNTY JUDGE the i >n.«■ An Announcement. < A call has been sent out by the Sweetwater Chamber of Com- merce asking for a meeting in Sweetwater to consider the ad- visability of a new A. &. M. College for west Texas. The climatic condition at Bryan are not the same ...

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