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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 5 May 1916

m u . THE ALBANY NEWS. PECIAL FIRST SATURDAY ONLY All Millinery 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT Sadie C. Laughlin I THE ALBANY NEWS from exclaiming with Shake- 8 pea re, "What fools these mor- M8UED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING . . ,, PAUL BAKER, - • * Publisher j int«ra<iit th* Pact osm t Aiun>. t.iu It is reported that in Balmitore SMOiutClaan Mall Matter. v subscription $1 per year a df" fb,m sun1d"i' — was paid $40,000 for the show ADVERTISING HATK8. | , ... , . Display ■ itmtlwiunU •ln«l« insertions. It he put On. Wfi WOndei Wllilt a preacher like Sunday will do aanta "par Inch; aubaaquent inaartlona. 12 l-l aaata par Inch (or nrk insertion. Simt raduc- tinn will be made on artrertleamenla that are one- tkM of a pace or more In iIh. Locale and raad- bianotlcea. 10 eenU per line for aincle Inaartion. BakaeQoart inaartlona of locale and readers, 6 eanta per line for each insert kin Friday! may b, i9ie. We are glad to receive on our desk after an absence of some months, the venerable Waco Tri-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 5 May 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS. V Free! Free! uitomoblle Will be Given Free to the Per- son Receiving the Most Votes CAPITAL PRIZE uitomobila-2 Pamnjer Roadster. he winner in this Trade ampaisn has choice of te following Automo- <les: "Partin-Palmer," Monroe," "Grant," )ort," "Metz," "Ford" "Saxon." Automobile be of standard equip- ent and latest model. /ill gives other Premiums to candidates as described: SECOND PRIZE — Ladies' Bracelet Watch, 15-Jewel Elgin, 20-Year Case. THIRD PRIZE -One Three-Piece French Ivory Toilet Set. FOURTH PRIZE — Ladies' Fancy Lavalliere and Chuin. FIFTH PRIZE —Ladies' Fancy Locket and Chain. ft will give ten 42-Piece Dinner Sets FREE. One on the First id Fifteenth of each month of this Campaign, let us explain. two or more candidates tie for the Cap- 1 Prize in this Trade Campaign same will diverted into cash and equally divided long tying candidates. In case of a tie • minor prizes an additional prize identi- lly the same will be awarded to tying ndidates. GOOD FO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 5 May 1916

/ ■■■* - THE ALBANY NEWS. The Albany Lfvery Stable Albany, Texas Mail, Express, and automobilh Passenger Lines to Throckmorton, Ft. Griffin, Woodson and Lusk When weather is too bad for Autos, Hacks, Buggies, etc. will be substituted FLOAT LINE, LIVERY SERVICE, DIMMC Nfl 13ft FEED AND WAGON YARD nUlllt llUi 100 REWARDED FOR i torn went di FfflSTBATLE Commander Writes Mother of Hit Timidity and Concern for His Men. CALOMEL IS MERCURY! IT SICKENS! ACTS ON LIVER LIKE DYNAMITE "Mill's Lhwf Tim" Starts Yur Uwr litter Tin CiIomI nd Dnsi'l Sillrote or Miki Yn Sick. 1/is ten to me! Take no more sick- ening, salivating calomel when bilious or eonstipated. Don't low u day's work I Calomel in mercury or quicksilver which call km necrosis of the lionc*. Calomel, when it come* into contact With sour bile crsslies into it, breaking it U|>. Tliis is when you fuel that awful nsuaca and cramping. If yon arc nlujr fish mill "nil knocknl nut," if your iver is torpid anil howels constipated or you h...

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

M- w -rM THE ALBANY NE\ 100.00 IN GOLD THE ALBANY NATION :: BOYS & Shackelford County should have a Baby Beef Club and a Pig Club, a. j we arc * inx to give $100.00 to the girls and boys who win these prizes in these Clubs. Later we are goin^ i annoui.u <ur plans in these Contests. BOYS AND GIRLS GET R E \ TO WIN A PRIZE zvrwzzm 4 Ijorals f [The Nim rfquwti itc rndtn to mill or ph«n. In th« num and plat., of rMldanca of ■ar vWtana* aarly In tha WMk u poulbto. If you know of oth.r prraonal. klndl; Mud thorn *l*o with tb. nam. of th. communii ant. This will frMtiy sulst Tb. N.w« In k*«p- lac In touch with local happ.nlno and will bo highly appraclaud. - Editor. ] Tuna fish flakes, etc. at fro's. Ren- Go to Renfro for syrups. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Crow came home Sunday from a visit in Hamlin. We sell the all leather shoes at the Racket Store. \ L V. Hammer of Moran was a visitor with his home folk Sun- day. Remember the Mareshal Neal Flour at Renfro's. Dr. Smith spent a few days at h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 5 May 1916

^ r:' \f. tt". I if * THE ALBANY NBWS. tt Iki PrashyteiM Chwch Next Sunday Rev. W. C. Chil- dren, of Throckmorton, will preach at Matthews Memorial church in the morning, and Rev. C. B. Meador at night. These are Methodist pastors who will be attending the District Con- ference. Brother Hardy speaks very highly of their ability as preachers. No doubt they will have messages for us well worth listening to. Our new Church Calenders have come. They are very hand- some, and will be a great con- venience. There is one for each family in the congregation. They will be given out next Sunday, after the morning service. The Men's Hible Question Class will meet as usual in the pastor's study. Here are some of the questions likely to be dis- cussed. Why did the first missionaries preach the Gospel to Jews only? To what extent, in our time, can a man's life be directed by the Holy Spirit? Is it ever the duty of a preacher to tell a hypocrite, to h's face, just what he thinks of him? Very likely...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 May 1916

WL 1 iht Muttn 9ms UNO. 49 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1016 L ) Mpr %i Visits Albany Friends Many of the old friends of Judge Edgar Rye of Wichita Falls were delighted Monday when he stopped off in Albany. Mr. Rye was one of the early pioneers, tho not the earliest possibly, in Albany. He ran the j first newspaper ever published, The Tomahawk. He made his own cartoons and many who were boys then as well as the plder people, remember him for his apt cartoons of local men and incidents. The contractors of the court house having failed to Comply v ' fheir contract, the Commissioners' Court employed Mr. Rye to superintend the con-| ■truction of the building. This he did so we'l that Albany now has one of the best court houses in the state. After leaving Albany, Mr. Rye spent some time in Cali- fornia. but for the past fifteen years has been in Wichita Falls serving as Police Judge of that city. During his tenure <>f office, he has tried 15,000 cases, and average of 1000 a year....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 May 1916

i k.U. , r / f /! .T. • -IS THE ALBANY NEWS. LISTEN: It is hard to teach thrift to men and women, who for years have had wasteful habits. Be- fore the present era of extravagance set in. it wasn't necessarv to teach people to save. Everybody but the tramp or beggar did so. Now prizes are offered workingmen and others to induce them to save a little of their money. Take our advice- BUILD YOU A HOME! ROCKWELL BROS. & GO. LUMBER DEALERS here. Therefore, keep it up and make it bigger and better. THE ALBANY NEWS KMUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING PAUL BAKER, - • • Publisher btnWtl th* Post OSm *1 Altai.?. T iu. u """" *11 Matter think they were just about right? There is no more filthy, sluvan, unhealthful and wasteful habit than that of using tobacco for t^s chewing and dipping. As long ; tjnC£Ure 0f German origin in the SUBSCRIPTION $1 PER YEAR | *s the amen brother chews affair made its success less cer- the sanctimonious sister dips, Eight of the leaders in Ire land have been executed as...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 May 1916

M Ivskss m no srmr ofts •WOULD LEAVE LESS MONEY AND MORE LIBERTY TO POSTERITY. THE ALBANY NEWS. r a«od Citizenship Can Build an E- \ plr« Upon a Rock. By J. S. Cullman t'luurnian Ttsai Economic I*ugi- The bualuemi men of this country been acctiHed of IjpIiik coward ly. indifferent and eellish In their relatlonii to government, but the av- w *e bualnnini man ha* p >rhap had leaa to do with shaping the political pollclm of the country than any oth'-r da** of citizens, and therefore ver) little rrspoHHlbillly for the present state of affairs tan he laid at his door. The moxt si-rious charge that can be successfully lodged against hint la that he aciepls slavery In preference to sovereignty in h: clt tzenahlp. and there is nothing so dreadful or so difficult to overcome as voluntary servitude Hut as a whole he is to be pitied rather than condemned, lie cannot tell whether he Is honest by consulting his con science. He must ask his lawyer. The right to think hi been legl?.- lated out ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 May 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS. —— mm cams is n is seen h m mspiems behind verdun Unconquerable Spirit of the French Soldier Is Manifested at Re- ceiving Stations, Where Stir of Battle and Incentive to Brave Deeds Are Lacking—Day With Wounded Described in Graphic Letter From Noted Writer. Thimble dub Entertained Pari*.—The unconquerable apirlt of the Frenrb soldier, >■ manifested In the field hospital to which the Ameri- can ambulance amonf others hurry the aeriouaiy wounded from the rellel station* In the Immediate rear of the fighting lines at Verdun, ts told In graphic fashion by a noted French writer, A. Volllls, as a result or a trip which he was permitted to make In the fifth week of the great battle "On the previous day," jie writes "the groat guns had been roaring un- ceasingly, with a hoarse, thunderous noise and with formidable explosions of fury which made the windows rattle and caused the last of the snow to fall from the roofs On this morning the silence la almost complete "it la a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 May 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS. 100.00 IN GOLD THE AL^NT MNAIMTK TO BOYS & GIRLS R?t'M 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 ■ Horalfi </ Jterannala (Tk« Mew, requests Its readers to mall or phona In th* mmM and places of residence of •ay visitors se sarly In the wssk as possible. If you know of other pereontla kindly tend tkas* also with thsiuune of the eommunlcent. Thle will ercetly eeelat Tha N.w. In kacp ln« In touch with loesl heppenlnfsand wlllbahlahlyapprarlaUid.-Editor. ) J Pig for tale. — J. W. George. Frank Wojcik attended to bus- fclMS in Albany Saturday. We sell the all leather shoes •t the Racket Store. Judge A. A. Clarke went to Moran Monday on legal business. W. H. Williams of Sedwick had business in Albany Satur- day. Dry goods, hardware, harness, nickle and dim...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 May 1916

\r~ MMtoaaidl ♦ -4* . fc. ■ \' : I .> N M L It > THE ALBANY NEWS. 9- lust 17 Days to Vacate Removal Sale Everything to be Said in 14 Days $20,000 Stock of 0. G., Clothing, Shoes, Etc., to be Sacrificed for Cash The Popular Dry Goods Company's Tremendous stock of Dry Goods, $20,000 Stock of D. G., Clothing, Hats, Etc., Must be Sold in 14 Days Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Millinery, Fixtures, Etc. To be SOLD Regardless of COST Before June 1,1916 The store of the Popular Dry Goods Company will vacate the building; they now occupy before June i. Rather than move our stock, we offer our entire line of merchandise and fixtures : t :• price that never before and probably never will be duplicated again in Albany, Texas. Sale Starts sit 1 O'clock Friday Morning, May 12,1916 Closes Saturday Night, lay 27,1016 Below we quote only a partial list of the many bargains that we offer. Every- thing else will be in proportion. Supply your needs for months to come at : ==SJOIV^Y SAVINS PRICES = Entire...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 19 May 1916

■ lb Uttvs TOOOn, No. 50 L<" Suffragette Visit Albany in Tour if 25 State. The quietude of the Albany populace was broken Sunday afternoon when a bright yellow car stopped on Main street and its two lady occupants stepped out. They were Misses Alice Snitjer Burke and Nell Kichardson of New York. They left New York April 26 to make a tour thru 25 ^ states in the interest of woman suffrage. They are traveling in a Saxon roadster and under the auspices of the National Ameri- can Woman Suffrage Ass'n. These two brave suffragettes have undertaken the task of touring 25 states alone and speak- ing in the larger cities on woman suffrage. They have visited thus far Atlanta. New Orleans. Hous- ton, Dallas, Fort Worth and Albany. From Albany, they were going to Abilene, El Paso, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and then back toward New York across the states bordering on Canada. They seemed to be en- joying the trip, reported little car trouble except spring clips, for which cause they had to s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 19 May 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS. ; « \s LISTEN: Never in your life have you seen a tomor- row and you never will. You have prom- ised yourself many a time to begin tomor- row to prepare for that season which must come to all men, when earning days are over. TODAY is yours, yesterday and to- morrow belongs to the weak and foolish. TODAY IS THE DAY. BUILD YOU A HOME! ROCKWELL BROS. & GO. LUMBER DEALER8 THE ALBANY NEWS issued evkry friday MORNING PAUL BAKER, Publisher Hntorvdll the Pocl Oflk. at Albany. T.m. u Second CUM Mail Matter. SUBSCRIPTION $1 PER YEAR ABVIftTWNO RAT*. nitplav •Hvartlarmmt*. «in«le inwrtlont. It I a lU p«i Inch, aubaaquant mMrUona. U 1-2 «:a par inch for aach inaartlon. Somr r>*luc- tl >n will b*< made in adrartlaamenla that are one- ihlrrt of a pave or more in aiae. I<ocals an l r«at|. in4 notice*. 10 centa par line for elnffla tnwtrtion. Subaequent Inaartiona of locale and readera, 5 n .taper line for each lna«rtk>n. FRIDAY. MAY 19, Do You Want to BuUd or Ki...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 19 May 1916

3f f f r:i" , 'i m m rilK ALHANY NEWS. OUR PUBLIC FORUM t ) i * / i Frank N. Graves ON THE FUNDAMENTALS OF CITIZENSHIP. > One of the comparatively new term* of our modem civilization li the appellation "Cttlxan." It was drat brought Into common uae during the French Revolution •ad lta meaning, aa portrayed by the word "cltoyan." waa to differentiate the bearer from those who consented and were contented to be called "aerfa" or subject*. Its adoptton marked a new epoch In the world's history—it pictured the passing or kingly authority and the estab- lishment of the divine rights of m«n Instead of monarcbs. The serf was a slave, the cltoyen wai, and the citizen is, a sovereign. Citizenship confers the right to rule upon each man who coniM within Its terms, but that right must not be Incompatible with the name right of all other citizens. Citizenship bestows liberty upon alt wbo embrace Its privileges and perform Its duties—liberty, but not Uoense. Bach citizen is a sovereign, but o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 19 May 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS. ii Mi, mk ■ '^.V V-':" "t?'r ' •/« ■'.iV . M ! "95=? SUFFER THE MOST BEFORE A BATTLE Serman Soldier Qlvet Psychol- ogy of War at It Affeots the Men. II1VVVIIII IV VVVIblllllV FROM LEGAL BLACKMAIL GOVERNMENT HARKING BACK TO TORTURE-RACK METHODS. FEAR IS ROUTED BY SONG Doubt a Ad Expectant# Provtt Un- n«rvlng to Many—Flghtoro A - aaliad by Thouaanda of Thoughta, 8ay« Formar Schooltaachar. Berlin.—The following Interesting •rtlclo giving the psychological study Of a battle, wan written by a German schoolteacher, who since has been killed on the west front. The article Which appear* In tho Oennan paper*, baa caused considerable comment. "To describe the sensations, the •motions and the Innermost feelings of the soul of a soldier In battle la an iinuauully Interesting but difficult task. While the battle rages u ■oldlcr Is beset and agitated by thousands oF thoughts that flash like lightning through hln brain, but It Is only during the remurkable calm that comes utter u ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 19 May 1916

1 Mi THE ALBANY NEWS. ST-BH $100.00 IN GOLD THE UttNYIUlkiLUNK 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 4 win these prizes in these Clubs. Later we are going to announce our plans in these Contests. OYS AND GIRLS GET READY TO WIN A PRIZ InralH # Personals [Tfc* W«wi mull tto mdwf to —II or hon« In th« n m— and pluoa of rwldmee of •my rMtara u aarlr In tlM wook u po«lbl«. If iron know of other poraoiula klndlr wnd thorn atae with tba nam# of Um «ommank nt. Thl« will cr<wtlT Mitat Th. N.w« In koop lag In touch with locol happening! and wlllb.h!«hl approrloUd. Roitob. ] d « J Tuna fish flakes, etc. at Ren- fro's. Ben King made a business trip to Lueders and Stamford Mon- day. A good assortment of ladies and children's shoes at the Racket Store. Ed Kenshalo has gone to Chil- licothe to run a thrasher during the grain season. If its a good Jersey cow you want, see me, W. C. Gillen, Ft...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 19 May 1916

[ f'f' P. Wu •■Win THE ALBANY NEWS. fill I1 Just 8 More Days to Close Out Our Stock -—I Prices Cut Lower Than Ever for Next 8 Days I fl TO THE CORE AT HE REMOVAL SALE We are Making a New Low Price That Will Close Our Stock Out in 8 More Days For Friday, Saturday and all next week we are cutting prices still lower, rather than ship our stock. We are giving you the benefit of buying your needs at wholesale prices. Come early and make your selections before your size isgone. Don't delay, our store will close its doors FOR GOOD in your city Saturday night, May 27,1916. Below we quote only a partial list of the many bargains that we offer. Every- thing else will be in proportion. Supply your needs for months to come ai MONEY SAVING PRICES Entire Stock of Wool, Silk, and Cotton Dress (ioods 2.00 quality 1.50 quality 1.25 quality 1.00 quality 50c quality 25c quality 15c quality r ;t 17 97 HI 38 17 11 Notions 5c pearl buttons 5c safety pins 5c box hair pins (1 yards stickeri hraid 5c handke...

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