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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 April 1916

v m' ■: Whit • Skipper ShraM Exptot if Hit Faettri '1st. Fair and hcn.it treatment a* to claaa and walcht. Jnd. Promptneaa In making return*, both aa to account aaiea and daaa and weight. Ird. Selling facllltlea ao aa to real- ize full prlca when cotton la Aid. 4th. Storage and Insurance ao aa to protect yourself asalnst all phase* of loss both by elements and fire. What F. Cannon Commission Company Offer Their Shippers: lit. Absolute fairness. Our books are wide open to all shipper* XX e cl«M h full as cotton will stand and your cotton !s weighed by a weigher appointed by the governor of Texas and over whom we have no control 2nd We guarantee to mail you check covering sale of your cotton within nine days after your cotton 1* sold We also mall class and weight the day wo receive your cotton. lid. When vou order your cotton sold we canvass the market thoroughly an,I submit best offer received, direct t< you before selling, and at all times re- ceive full market value. 4th. Our wa...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 April 1916

jp - 1: Typewriter Bargains • Ramlnaton It*, No. a Oliver (▼!•!- lU.Nffi. 8 OlIT.r (vlnlhlai |J , No *mlttl <vl.lbU) (31. No. I L. C. (VlalbU) |ia. AU tbu* ma- ara *uarantaad to ba In good id to do food work, writ* IVmY COMPANY. Wmm Mh at.. r«n wmil MbfttiMs Everywhere If •« do a cradlt bualnaaa you naatl •or Mnrlcaa Hara you any account. tfu want not looted. Our paralatanoy Blua jrour paat dua dollar* for you. aeaounta maana nitl CRKDITOKa ADJ17*TMBNT CO. aia Wheat Bids. Part Worth. Tnai. das. A. Culberson Cigar 5c a—ay A atlm Makwa, Oallaa. Invention* Perfected and Manufactured. W h*v* by far tho moil oomplala plait aad organization In thin auction for tfcla llna of work Auk for rrtn anoaa or aak your liankor about ua. a a •raarci.i. Nt(HINK ( o. Katahllahrd isiiv Ma-l«-M-2a Mvo Oak *lml. Oallaa, Triaa. 'meSam m«l.' .1. i !%' am* W:A ~ I 'W" i ■" MJOYS DETECTIVE AGENCY Iwaatlffttlona nia<1« In civil and criminal rnaaa. 1* P. Ladd, CJ.o J K rrvrnbuhl, R It. | (Rufa) Porter, P...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 April 1916

S (rOODBYE other kinds when- ever you sip from a cup of hot Maxwell House Blend Coffee Approvediby connoisseurs as the finest drinking cof- fee in the world. Iiiil TiwHwwn Cheek-Neai Coffee Co., jKkwwrUU K..WIII. □I WOMEN'S DEPA KE1 IMPERIAL IIVUL.I RON For You Houewhres,Mothers,Seanutreuei | Here U an iron that burns common Kerotene It Is unqualifiedly the bent, aafeet and moM practical eelMieaunp iron in thr world Simple, efficient, economical, convenient No wrda or wires to bother. U e Indoors or out No odor — no dancer—easily Hesned. Burn* kerosene or AMliM. 10 kmin for 1 cont. The ImperialSrU Heating I risnrn It eoon rvpeye Urw coat in time. health. M vke snd fuel awl Uberalfy |u«nni*«d f«l the Imperial In your own home—are the aaving to labor, time ami mone v Writ* il mci far pwticsUri ol FREE TIIAL Otftr ud FREE B**U*t,"lrMia| Caaiarl." Ar nta and Daalara W nl«1 Wa pay Ualarr <> Commlaalon to Affrnta IMPERIAL SAD IRON CO.. Fi. Worth. T..«. I ran makM IrnBlntMn 10 DAYS F...

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

*' % ™IH \ "pl-Tj :- ' ■ ' ■ WK'JiWl Ana Sens i f E^f, j V.'- * • ; £ 4 V.% If -l ' | • ' '■• :-r -• " { ' ♦ ♦ <i [, No. 45 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1016 Whale N At the Presbyterian CM. Last Sunday was a good day ftt Matthews Memorial Church. The Lord's Supper was celebra- ted at the morning service. There was a full attendance of members and a goodly number ' of Christian friends of other de- nominations partook of the em- blems of our lord's sacrifice with us. Six new members were welcomed into our mem- bership at this service. At the Sunday School hour, our Men's Bible Question Class Started off in good shape, though the dear ladies did beat us con- siderably as to numbers. Bui give us a little time and we'll show 'em. The night service was taken up, in order that we might join our Methodist brethern in their revival service. Next Sunday being "Palm Sunday," we are to observe, at the morning service, the anni- versary of our Loyd's triumphal entry into 1« isalem. There...

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

THE ALBANY NEWS. % *: . UAVF YOTT F'VF'R seriously considered the pur- lArl V Li I yJU 1-j V i-il\ chaajng power of your nick- els and dimes, or are you one of the few who do not need to seriously consider the real value of money? You have no doubt heard the expression "money talks," now that is exactly what money does here and it does not only "talk" but it TALKS longer. Come in and be convinced. WOOD MIXING BOWL 15 inch extra deep, first quality maple, highly polished inside and out. Priced very low 36c FLOWERS The latest style spring (low- ers in small clusters, are very much in favor millinery and dress trimming. Cluster.. lf>c WASHBOARDS Complete assortment of the best boards on the market to- day, ranging from 15 to G5c. TOILET PAPER "Triumph," 1000 sheets to roll, silk finish manila tissue, very strong for 25c WHITEWASH BRUSH Metal bound, closely nailed, long white ntock, !• inches wide. Only 25c CHAIR SKATS Best pliable fiber, made ex- actly like the genuine leather with ...

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

•aL .<wy&p ■ • ■ • . ' . ■ ' . fti>*.' /'<y.V" THE ALBANY NEWS. r - j " S9V * OVERLAND oil Can Now Get the Big Comfort- able 35 Horsepower Overland En bloc 35 horsepower motor Electric starting and lighting system Electric control buttons on steering column Four inch tires With unerring judgment of value— With a rush that swallowed up a record production in jig time— The public took more than 50,000of the $750 Over- lands in six months. In six months we've absorbed all the overhead: absorbed all the development expense: realized on all the experimental cost that is usually spread over a year. We covered our material requirements at before- the-war prices—saved three and a half million dol- lars on aluminum and another million on steel. We have increased our production capacity of *oo cars per day last June to 1000 cars per day. for $695 Roadster $675 f. o. b. Toledo Model 83 B So again we have broken all records. Again we have planned and bought material for a bigger pr...

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

FV J. by thi Aet il CM«rass if Aapst 24,1H1 Of The Albany New* published weekly at Albany, Texas, for April 1, 1916. State of Texaa, , County of 8hackelford. Before me, a Notary Public, in asd for the State and county aforesaid, personally appeared Paul Baker, who, having been duly sworn according to law, de- poses and says that he is the Editor and Owner of The Albany News, and that the following is, to the best of his knowledge and belief, a true statement of the ownership, management, etc., of ithe aforesaid publication for the date shown in the above caption, required by the Act of August 26* 1912, embodied in section 4M, Postal Laws and Regulations, to-wit: 1. That the names and ad- dresses of the publisher, editor, managing editor, and business managers are: Publisher. Paul Baker. Editor, Paul Baker. Managing Editor, Paul Baker. Business Manager, Paul Baker, Albany, Texas. 2. That the owners are: Paul Baker, Albany, Texas. 3. That the known bondhold- ers, mortgagees, and other...

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

i iff* THE ALBANY NEWS. !$100.00 IN GOLD TO BE GIVEN AWAY BY THE ALBANY NATIONAL BANK 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. Later we are going to announce our plans in these Contests. BOYS AND GIRLS GET READY TO WIN A PRIZ •mm Cnralfi Jteramtala [Ifco News requests Its reader* to mall or phori. In th* namea and place, of rcaldeni-c u( Mr visitors uwli In lha week a piieilble. If ynu know of othar paraonal. kindly M-nd tkesi also with tha namaof lh« rnmniumrant. Thl. will araatlr aulat Thv Ne < in keep la« latoeeh with local hepi< ninaaand willbehlelilrappreciated KniToa I i Tuna fish flakes, etc. at Ken- fro' . P. J. Lynch and family autocd to town Saturday. Your money will ko farthest at the Racket Store. Kirk Ledbetter of Griffin had bu iness in Albany Monday. Dallas Semi-Weekly News and Albany News one year for $1.75. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. D...

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

j !S %-tpit.1 THE ALBANY NKW& Nugent, April 14, 4 p. m. H wley, April 14, night. Moran, April 17, 2:30 p. m. Sedwick, April 17, 5 p. m. Albany. April, 17, night. Port Griflln, April 18, night. Newcomb, April 19, night. Lueders, April 20, 10:30 a. m. Subscription to The Albany News 1 year, Holland's Mar- line 2 year*, and Farm and Ranch 1 year, all for $2.00. A good assortment of ladies and children's shoes at the Racket Store. V i \ \ • ii \ '.1 V'vA iTM' * —w. -i iiMukii^I r j..i 5: v you n "Oh Look! 1 can tat i-m all —they won't hurt nu-! I hat's U'- Cause th >'tt' in..ile with l\tlu met — ai'il flirt's why tliry'r purt', tempting. tasty, whok K>ini — that's wliy they won't hnit any kid." Kcctivcd r!ikii'' t Awtuli (.'«.«! /. tk /■'«• Sn S.'f tn H*un.i Cm. rv^nt- fflEPIHSS II JIM OF SEES NATIONS OF WESTERN HtMI PHtRE SHOULD ORGANIZE. Revenue From Income and Inherit ~"-e Tax Should Be Utillied lor Defenae. By J. S Culllnan. tl«4l I lil*ll IVlIt* hixiullllc I Th© throe imp...

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

r Die JUhamt ' T~-;? oL XXXD, No. 46 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1916 BUNION AO- Discusses His Platform for cient and all above that is graft. The garden seed distribution nitrrctrc* iifiTMC1! s^° re^uce^ t0 a UnLuuLu VllltKo'aml put into the hands of the agricultbral department where it, naturally belongs. As it is the large part of the free garden seed are not used. The millions of stale speeches that congress- men and senators send out each Judge Thomas L. Blanton ad- year under their "frank" are not dressed a good sized audience in read and !Kt per cent go into the Albany Monday night on the waste basket, an extravagance issues of his campaign for Con- that should be stopped. gress. He began with the state-1 He is opposed to spending mil- ment that any who might have | lions of dollars in pretending to Come expecting him to villity his make such streams as the Trin- ''pponents would bedisapi>ointe<l. ile declared himself in favor of ity navigable when everyone knows i...

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

THE ALBANY NEWS. EASTER GOODS Easter Chickens 10c Easter Rabbits 10c Easter Goblers 10c Easter Roosters 10c Easter Ducks 10c Easter Birds 10c Easter Eggs lc each. Easter Baskets 10c. Easter PostCards, lc SEE THE WINDOW Just arrived a beautiful assortment of metal frame pictures, finished in gold, blue, pink, mahogony and circassion walnut with harmonizing ribbon hangers. This is a new idea in metal frame pictures and they will not last long at this price. 2 for 25c SEE THE WINDOW. The last few days has brought in many new goods and anions the new arrivals is white china cups and saucers 10c, plates 10c (three sizes), platters 15, 20 and 25c, oblong dishes 10 and 15c, round bowls 15 and 20c. SEE THE WINDOW. 10c Special Glassware Sale Friday and Saturday. Celery trays 10c, flower vases 10c, handled dish 10c, footed jellv dish 10c, covered sugar bowl 10c, goblets 10c, cream pit- cher 10c, 7 inch bowl 10c, pickle dishes 10c, footed preserve dishes 10c, 8 1-2 inch bowls 10c, covered butt...

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

■■■ ~ H THE ALBANY NEWS. H—H! hr $100.00 IN GOLD THE ALBANY^tIo^AUIMK TO BOYS St 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. Later we are going to announce our plans in these Contests. BOYS AND GIRLS GET READY TO WIN A PRIZE I5' ,i|S % Hlorals fkramata [TImN«ws r«quMUita reader* to msil or phon« In the nam** end places of roeidenrn of any visitor# aa early in the week an possible. If you know of other personals kindly *«nd tliMB KUo with the name of the rommunicant. This will greatly an«mt The Newe in keep tns in touch with local happening*and willhehiffhlyappreciated. Editor. 1 J Use Light Crust flour. P. C. Taylor was in Albany on business Monday. Remember the Mareshal Neal Flour at Renfro's. Reason Plummer of Moran at- tended court in Albany Tuesday. If you like the best bread, use Light Crust flour, Murrie sells it. J. H. Reynolds was in town this week serving o...

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

'W NBwa Iud(e MMIe Endorsed For II. S. Senate Several hundred citizens of Dallas and the surrounding terri- tory met at the Chamber of Commerce Hall on Feb. 4th, and pass- ed the following resolutions, endorsing the candidacy of Judge George W. Riddle for the United States Senate: WHEREAS, Judge George W. Kiddle, of Dallas, Texas, is a can- didate for the United States Senate; and, WHEREAS, Judge Riddle has been a citizen of Dallas for many years, and has always been at the front in every local enterprise, as well as in all great enterprises throughout the State, and in the developement of its resources, and we know him to be a man well qualified to fill said position; now therefore, be it RESOLVED: That it is the sense of this meeting that the can- didacy of Judge (Jeorge W. Riddle for the United States Senate be in every reasonable way encouraged and supported. For tne next few years our State will need a man who is not only patriotic, but, who also has intimate knowledge of the e...

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

I lc 4 Mr rt to tor er, ca tri* yo> scl mil Vol. XXXII, No. 47 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1916 STEPHENS VOTES TO ERADICATE TICKS Stephens county voted on tick eradication last Saturday and carried in favor of eradication by a majority of votes. There was much argument pro and con on the subject and the proposi- tion was pretty warmly contest- ed as shown by the close vote. Mr. Henry Green, who was in Albany Monday, said that the southeastern part of the county was largely opposed to eradica- tion, it being a farming country, but that in the northern and western part of the coun the sentiment was strongly in uv..r of eradication. It is well that Stephens has allined itself with the tickless territory on the north and west. Mbany Boys at Sweetwater As stated last week, several car loads of the Albany High School boys went over to the Athletic Meet at Sweetwater. The Albany boys had been train- ing some time for the meet, but they did not know when they went just what they wer...

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

I % THE ALBANY NEWS. f-' / Food Values Pood provided for the family table de- serves the careful thought of every house- wife. Do you use thought when buying baking powder? Hie quality of cake, biscuits and all quickly raised flour foods depends largely upon the kind of baking powder used. Royal Baking Powder is made from cream of tartar derived from grapes. It is absolutely pure and has proved its excel- lence for making food of finest quality and wholesomeness for generations. Royal Baking Powder contains no alum nor phosphate. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York inesslike! How bereft of a vis- ion of a bigger and better Al- bany! How long are you going to continue in a business method that is throttling the very life blood of your home town? How long before you will learn that the Buy-it-sold-in-Albany way is the only way to make Albany prosper as everyone who claims it as his home would like to see it prosper? If you live in Albany, get right on this question that strikes at the ve...

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

A —5- THE ALBANY NEWS. OVERLAND You Can Now Get the Big Comfort- able 35 Horsepower Overland • >jj Hei En bloc 35 horsepower motor Electric starting and lighting system Electric control buttons on steering column Four inch tires With unerring judgment of value— With a rush that swallowed up a record production in jig time— The public took more than $o,oooof the $7^0 Over- lands in six months. In six months we've absorbed all the overhead; absorbed all the development expense: realized on all the experimental cost that is usually spread over a year. We covered our material requirements at before- the-war prices—saved three and a half million dol- lars on aluminum and another million on steel. We have increased our production capacity of *oo cars per day last June to 1000 cars per day. for $695 Roadster $675 f. o. b. Toledo . Model 83 B So again we have broken all records. Again we have planned and bought material for a bigger production program. And again we are setting a new and ...

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

h i p THE ALBANY NBWS. CHAUTAUQUA ENTERS NEW PHASE Permanence of Parent Institution of ChautauQua Movement Now Definitely Established. Over Quarter Million Dollars Being Spent on Plant at Chautauqua, N. Y., This Year, Making Largest Single Year's Development In History of the Movement Since 1874 New Entrances, Public Buildings, and Residences, All of Permanent Construction. City ol Tents No Longer the Type to Represent the Chautauqua Idea. I NKW development* which are golug on nt ChHiitAiHiua, N. Y., In bullcilngi. npproache* and traimportatlon fncllltloM flfTcr greatly from the prevailing 110 tk>n of u chautaixjua iih a Iruunltory thing. , Brick paved highway*, double track lntertirbun car llnt'N, eutranceK Of brick and concrete In good nrchltcc toral deHlgn, laudHcape trentmont on u broad hi ale. e<lilcatlonal bulldlngi tn comprehensive groups, liulel jooiiih With ■team heat and other like conven Ibiu'cm, private renldences costing 11 for tnno to build do not grow up around ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 28 April 1916

I THE ALBANY NEWS. 00.00 IN GOLD TO BE GIVEN AWAT BY THE ALBANY NATIONAL DINK GIRLS lackelford County should have a Baby Beef Club and a Pig Club, and we are going to gi e $100.00 to the girls and boys who win these prizes in these Clubs. Later we are going to announce our plan* in these Contests. BO YS AN D GI RLS GET READY T O W I N A PRIZE iural0 sP jteraimala \ Nice fresh cheese at Murrie's. Your money will go farthest at the Racket Store. Murrie's is the groceries. [ [Tb« New* r*quMt. It. rMder. to m*ll or phon. In th. nmm«. .nd placo. of rMidcnce of r vMtora mrljr in th. week M poulbl.. If you know of othwr parwnal. kindly Mnd | thaa tlao with th« nam* of the communicant. Thia will greatly aail.t Tha N.w. In k.«p I In tench with local happ«nincaand wlllb«hl«hly appraclatad.-EuiToa ) I I J Jae Light Crust flour. nember the Mareshal ir at Renfro's. Neal [ J. A. Reynolds was detained in ly several days this week I the jury. | Dry goods, hardware, harness, lie and dime goods at th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 28 April 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS. lug* Program April 30. Leader-Mary Dockery. Subject: The Call of the World. Hymn 19. Hymn 248. Religious Census of the World. Scripture references: Rom. 10: 11-15; Isa. 58: 1-14. Responsive reading. Psalm 72. What constitutes a call?—Rev. Ben Hardy. Some Ways in Which the World is calling By Leader. What We Can Do Wyatt Lips- comb. "Christ's Kingdom waits on me. " — Discussion by Leaguers. Solo: "I Gave My Life for Three." Miss Ivy. League Benediction. WHAT CATARRH IS It has been said that every third person has catarrh in some form. Science has shown th.it nasal catarrh often indicates a general weakness of the body; and local treatments in the form of snutfs and vapors do little, if any good. To correct catarrh you should treat iti CEUSt* by enriching your Moot I with tin- oil-food iu Scott's Kmulsion wliiili is ,< nir<lirin.tl fixxl ami a ImililinK-toinc, ft' Jronialcotioluruny bartitftiltlruK". Try it. Scott tk liowtic, Hloutulicl*!. J. For Justice of the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 5 May 1916

jrf 14 J ' 81K Sens ■ mM / * ' i p M XXXH, No. 48 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1916 ■■■■■ Dollar Day Sale! First Saturday Trades Day, May 6th... 1 PETITION FOR SCHOOL TAX ELECTION Another Fine Rain in Schackelford State of Texas Rain began falling in Albany County of Shackelford. Sunday and continued the great- To the Honorable Board of er part of the time until Tuesday Trustees of the Albany Indepen- morning. The rain was general MOST ANYTHING YOU WANT ON THE ABOVE DATE FOR $1.00 dent School District: We, the undersigned qualified property tax paying voters of the Albany Independent School District, in Shackelford counnty over the county and in fact over all this section of the country, judging from reports. The pre- cipitation in Albany was one and one half inches. As the rain fell AH 1.25 silks First Saturday 1.00 All 1.25 wool goods or suitings 1.00 All 25c dress goods 5 yds. for 1.00 All other dress goods 10 per cent discount. 2 pr. reg. 50c and 1 pr. 25c towels Sat. 1.00 Ladi...

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