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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 2 June 1916

;;&r SV ': .. m mn, No. 52 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1916 Whole Number 1872 JOIN THE PARADE SATURDAY, JUNE 3 -twne to see the Fire Drill and Automobile Contest. POPULAR DRY GOODS STORE MOVES with more regrets from those who knew him, than did Dr. Powell, when by a mistaken idea as to his future welfare and that of his family, he was induced to jjC(, Sanders, Manager of the move away. He was a learned Popular Dry Goods Store, began physician and a succesful prac- Monday to pack his goods pre- ticioner. Successful, not in the paratory to shipping them to Mt. sense of the accumulation of Calm, Texas. This stock of wealth, but in that higher and goods was shipped from Mt. better sense of a constant re- Calm to Albany more than a year delicacies on the table but the liever of human suffering. He a^0 While the business has thing that appealed most to Mr. was, in the best sense, one of <]one we]| here. Mr. Sanders says Gregg's tooth was the pound that class of professional men,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 2 June 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS. THE ALBANY NEWS ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING PAUL BAKER Rnt«r«i at Ihi* PiniI Office Mt Albany. T«xmn, um Second CImnh Mull Mutter. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1916 He that ia slow to anger in better than the mighty; and he that ruleth his spirit than he that taketh a city. —Solomon. "Nothing in the world can take the place of per- sistence. Talent, will not; nothing is more common has been milling around like a lost sheep ever since. This San Antonio convention has shown that there are more factions in the pro ranks than the average person believed. The pro organization is apparently Publisher honey-combed with heretics and doubters and dissent- ers, and unless there is a wider distribution of the Anti- Saloon League health fund these heretics and dissent- ers are going to multiply like rabbits in a burrow. The pros are not going to take any advice from a free-lance newspaper, but some day it is going to dawn on them that a pro organization with...

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

I'HK ALBANY NEWS. OUR PUBLIC FORUM Vloa President Marshall ON INOtVKMMfc't nmponsibility to government. SNIPER'S BULLET GRAVEST PERIL TO THE SOLDIER Concealed Marksmen Deal Death With Consistency, Rarely Missing Victim. DISGUISE BAFFLES ENEMY Methods of Concealment Adopted— A Second'* Pause in an Exposed Section of the Line 8pellt Death to the Soldier. It cannot be sejd that It la the system of government which t> wrong It la the unjust use of the system. It bas not Hn th# uao, but the mlause. of the powers of goveremeot whtoh has produced th* discontent In the mind* ot mm. heritable enforcement of the laws can never be made to rest upon th* offlcc holders of the land. It must rest ttpon the Individual The people'* rule does not depend J necessarily upon the system of government under which they vote. Qood or bad government must go back to good or bad citizenship, to Intelligent or Ignorant, to honest or dishonest electors. American democracy was Intended to mean, and I believe d...

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

the albany news. UMOREDCARSIN Men of the Wrecked Ship Tara in Desert Prison Camp. KIT STANDS US A CUSSIG •f W**tmlnat*r Head* Train of IMon In Daah of Ovor 100 Mllo* —Throbbing Floot Caui«a ftan- aatlon ki tha Oaaart ■y W. T. MASSEY. ' 8tw, Egypt—I have Juat heard the tfetall* of the armored car fleet's dash to tha reacua of the men of the Vrwcked ahlp Tara. It will stand aa a eUaalr In motoring annal*. When General I.urkWi reorrupled Solium In weatern Kgypt hi> found that the Arabs had burned the rump. Tan armored car* rame upon a re Bftrkahle road which, starting in tho doaert runs to l^obrunk. 90 miles awuy In Tripoli Over it tin* motors hail a •peed of 36 miles an hour. At Aztea, the earn suddenly came upon the Arabs and dashed Into u Turkish mountuin gun and two ma- chine Runs. killing every gunner by Maxim ire Then, without a hall, they charged In linn over the bowlders, stiff aarub. Handy patches. The charge con- tinued for seven miles Threw field guns, nine machine guns, ...

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

THE ALBANY NEWS. P. >1*11 <FCl Toi,et * Articles, CIGARS, CANDIES, COLD DRINKS, STATIONERY, TOBACCO, ETC. F. Castleberry & Son irala jP JfcrHottala' See Burrows Grocery Co. fruit jars. for Jeff and Howard Kelly were in town on business Saturday. Charlie Kelly accompanied them home for a short visit. We will have fresh fruit and berries all the time.-Albany Produce Co. Miss Ethel Herron is home for the vacation from Breckenridge where she has had a position the past session in the public school. Bring those old inner tubes to town Saturday and have them vulcanized at the HIGHWAY- I GARAGE. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Meyer were in from their ranch Tuesday. Tuna fish flakes, etc. at Ren- ™efy *ere accompanied by Miss fro s Berta Nance, who attended the Mrs. J. W. George is visiting' , program at the Presbyterian mother, Mrs. C. W. Zug, in | Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Kail and J ('hurch- ford children have returned home M , , . . from Dallas where they visited' Roods hardware, harness, relative...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 2 June 1916

: j i r. . . : NEWS. . Into the unparalelled values offered this "First Saturday" June 3. 10c specials, 10c. French Gray Enamelware, medium steel base with one coat enamel. Here are a few of the articles, 10c Saturday, June 3, 10c, 10c. Wash pans, frying pans, 1 3-4 qt. mixing bowls, bread pans, 1 qt. to 1 gal., preserving kettles, 1 qt. to 1 gal., |lipped sauce pans, pie plates, extra large and deep, deep pudding pans, 1 qt. to 1 gallon, dippers, 10 qt. dish pan. There is a limited number of these articles and to get your choice you should come early. SEE THE WINDOW. Brooms, I am giving the best value in brooms that is pos- sible to give. Good broom 35c, better broom 45c, best broom 65c, heavier broom 65 and 75c. Stone ware, churn:?, 2 gal. 25c, 3 gal. 35c, 1 gal. 45c, 5 gal. 65c, 1 and 2 gal. jars, milk crocks up to 2 gal. 10c the gal., pitcher 25 cents. Glassware, ice tea tumblers and goblets 10c each, footed and handled sherbets 10c, water sets, (5 glasses and 1 pitcher 10c each...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 June 1916

M* L Ihr Item Mens F#l xxxra. No. 2 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1916 Whole Number 1674 $25.00 Cash Prize Many Tourists Pass Thru Albany. To any person that will find an American Made Automo= bile that has as good Specifications and offers as good value as the STUDEBAKER for the same money. The only way to get an Automobile that will class up with the STUDEBAKER in POWER, DURABILITY, BEAUTY, STRENGTH, COMFORT and ECONOMY, is to pay from $250.00 to $450.00 more money for it. Make a careful comparison of the STUDEBAKER with other cars that sell for several hundred dollars more than the price of the STUDEBAKER, and see what great value you get for your money. It is no trouble to select a good car when you get ready to buy, but it is a mighty easy matter to go wrong and pay $250.00 to $400.00 more money for a car than you should pay. A demonstration of the New STUDEBAKER will con* vince the most careful buyer that he can not equal the STUDEBAKER at the same price. 1 kept in first cla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 June 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS. THE ALBANY NEWS ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING PAUL BAKER - - - • ~ Publisher Ent«r«d at th« Pont Office at Albany, TexiiH. an Second ClanH Mail Matter. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1916 Tale berrers, as I have said before, are just as bad as the tale-makers.—Sheridan. crats if they will make their platform sufficiently pro- gressive to catch the votes of the Progressive party whose members find themselves without a leader and virtually without a party, since Roosevelt declined the nomination. for election along the time hoftbred principles of re-' stand waiting in thair ever new literature to en er publicanism. This will be a good year for the Demo- and please you, to be your companions when the lme arrives that you can spare them a few moments. e were recently a bystander while two old men talked about their recent reading. One had been reading Shakespeare and the other Dickens. Altho neither was a professional man, they talked about their favori...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 June 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS. SSS5S Drugs, Toilet Articles, CIGARS, CANDIES, COLD DRINKS, STATIONERY, TOBACCO, ETG. P. F. Castleberry & Son Surala Jfrraattala I lTh« NawsrequeataiUreaflftni to mall or phone in the rumen and placet* of realdence of Any vlaitoraaaaarly in th« weak aa poaaible. If you know of other peraonala kindly aend them alao with the name of the communicant. Thia will greatly u.taiat The Newa in keep In* In touch with local happeningaftnd will be highly appreciated. Editor. ) J See Burrows Grocery for fruit jars. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Erwin of Griffin were in town trading Monday. Go to Renfro for syrups. Miss Eula Davis is in Gisco at- tending the summer normal. See Burrows Grocery for fruit Pure hog lard 15c per pound Miss Bertha Allen is visiting a* City Meat Market. Mrs. Comer in Hico this week. Sam Lee Hodges and family Your money will go farthest at autoed into Albany Sunday from the Racket Store. their home in Jones county. Tuna fish flakes, etc. at Ren- fro's. W. J. Do...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 June 1916

§r .. f ■/ • 11 WL ALBANY NEWS. i -> DARING WORK OF TWIN AVIATORS R.S.MURRIE DEALER IN Groceries and Hardware Exclusive Selling Agent for LIGHT CRUST FLOUR Chase & Sanborn's -0 MAKES THEM HEROES M FRANCE Navarre Boys, Both Mentioned in National Army Orders, Succeed in Destroying Many Enemy Battle Aeroplanes—Mother Says "It Is Not the Cradles, but the Tombs, Which Attach Us So Closely to Our Country." • • • • • • TEA AND COFFEE::: Report of Commissioner's i Court. June 12, 1916. Now on this day was presen- ted to the court the bond of Will Townsend as public weigher in and for Commissioner's Precinct No. 3 in Shackelford County, Texas, with K. A. Norm'-in, W. H. Wan . Sr., J. F. S. Wilson and R. V. Brooks, as surities in the su' ot' $2,000.00 conditioned as required by law. and the court leeming said bond su tlici- ent, s iid bond is hereby approve <] and said Will Townsend having taken ihe oath required by law, is hereby authorized to enter upon the discharge of his duties...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 June 1916

ibt Stag Urns xxxm, No. 3 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1916 Whole Number 1ITI ilic Speaking and Ball Game, July 1 PROGRAM FOR FIRST SATURDAY IN JULY Prize to Swiftest Mule. The Booster Club First Saturday Com- nittee is making plans to entertain you Mi the First Saturday in July. both sides of this momentous question. Splendid argument for preparedness was made by both sides and much valuable infor- mation turned loose on the un- suspecting audience. Had the affirmative won,dispatchers were ready to wire the message to the waiting Democratic Convention in St. Ixniis; but, alas, in the minds of a majority of the judges chosen, the negative had the better of the argument. It Note Arraigns Whole Conduct of Government. Associated Press— Washington, June 20. — The American note, flatly rejecting General Carranza's demand for the withdrawal of United Stutes troops from Mexico and rebuk- ing the Carranza government for the discourteous tone and temper of its last communica- should be st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 June 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS. THE ALBANY NEWS ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING PAUL BAKER Publisher Entered at tho Post Olti ■■ at Albany, Texan, an Second Claaa Mail Matter. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1916 A few years ago, it was the common charge that the Democrats and Republicans were quite similar in theory. If such a charge was ever true it is not so to- day. If their platforms indicate their beliefs and prac- tices, they could not well be farther apart. The Dem- ocrats have progressed; the Republicans have stood pat. The Republicans have their faces turned back- ward; the Democrats are turned to the future with its great possibilities and responsibilities. Many young ladies seem to agree with Keats that 'Beauty is its own excuse for being." • The man who really wants to do some thinking is compelled to keep his mouth closed part of the time. — Geo. M. Bailey. It is claimed that in 1915, representatives and sen- ators used 60,000,1)00 franks for which the people of the nat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 June 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS. 11*11 flPfi Toilet *■ Articles, CIGARS, CANDIES, COLD DRINKS, STATIONERY, TODACCO, ETG. P. F. Castleberry & Son Hnralfi f prrsmtals j of r«ild«nce of 'J [Tfe« Ntw« requests its r«ad«rt to mall or phona In tha namaa and place® M7 visitor* as sarly in the week as possible. If you know of other personals kindly send i also with the name of the communicant. Thie will greatly aseiet The Newe in keep- touch with local happenings and will be highly appreciated. Epitos.) sk Remember the Mareshal Neal Pure hot? lard 15c per pound Flour at Renfro's. at City Meat Market. ur. r. nuBKey reiurnea Tuesday from a visit in Cisco. M. B. Gentry of the X ranch was visiting in Albany Wednes- day. Mrs. Clayton of Dallas is the guest this week of Mrs. J. Car- ter King. Charlie Morris of Abilene was in Albany Wednesday, visiting his brother, W. L. Morris. Miss Oscar Duvall of Ft. Worth came out Wednesday to visit Miss Berta Hart Nance. Miss Mattie Manning has come home from Henrietta t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 June 1916

THB ALBANY NIWS. 4 I R.S.MURRIE DEALER IN Groceries and Hardware Exclusive Selling Agent for light crust flour Chase & Sanborn's :::tea and coffee::: HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE fear F«r Ya CnAtimt, Mrs. Bollock Gave Up h Despair. Hnlud Case to Rescue. •I Discouraging ' had K0,,en *° WM|« ' could not stand, and I gave up in despair. At last, my husband got mr a bottle ot Cardui, the woman's tontc, and I com- menced taking it. From the very lust dose, I could tell It was helping me. I can now walk two miles without its Catron. Ky.-ln an interesting letter '"'"K me, and am doing all my work." bom this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock H you are all run down from womanly writes as lollows: "I sullered lor tour troubles, don't give up in despair. Try years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tunic. It las helped Ms time, I could only sit up lor a little more than a million women, in its SO while, and could net walk anywhere at yfars ot continuous success, and should ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 June 1916

She Albans 9ms ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 31, 1916 4= Whole Nubcr 1671 i ilic Speaking Saturday, July 1 Drill-----Mule Race Contest. Baird, Mr. Reynolds. and Mrs. Eugene Mesdames Conrad and Mat- thews. Miss Sallie Matthews, and Messrs. George Conrad and Joe Matthews, were in from their ranches Friday. The la- dies attended the parties at the homes of Mrs. Webb and Mrs. King. lake Diller Almost Filled Monday Night. of Albany it was quite as heavy as in Albany. The crops were beginning to need the rain and will therefore be greatly benefitted. For the morning part of the First iturday program, N. N. Rosenquest id J. W. Cunningham, candidates for ' jtrict attorney, will meet in joint dis- ission in the District Court Room at 10 o'clock. different towns, and finding none Hornless Herefords Mr. Weldon Winn of Plain- One of the hardest rains that has been witnessed here in a long while fell Monday night from nine to ten o'clock. The rain was accompanied by a ter- rific wind that did cons...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 June 1916

W:> xmt THE ALBANY NEWS ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING Publisher PAUL BAKER • • _• ; • ; Knlarad ■( th« Po«t Ofll'-* it Altanx. Tmm, m gerund Clsu Mall Metier. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IVIDAT, JUNE 30, 1016 The big rain Monday night has made the whole country smiie. Look for the beautiful. It is a good thing to see and can generally be found when one is in search of it. A capital prize has been offered for the one who will go for twenty hours without declaring. Isn't it hot? IT IS THE DISEASE of not listening, the malady of not marking, that I am troubled withal. Shakes- peare. Since war exists between Uncle Sam and General Whiskers, we are wondering if Villa will arise from the dead. WE FIND great things are made of little things, and things go lessening till at last comes God behind them. —Browning. Roosevelt advises the Progressives to go back into the fold and support Hughes. Even a hero like Teddy does not care to lead a hopeless cause in a second de- feat. effectual fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 June 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS. .1 MUtf SHOWS HOW IRISH KVOLT SPREAD KKN OF TDtBOB Dora Blng, Once a New Jersey Resident, Surrounded by Bom- lit and Street Fighting, Describes Her Experience- Feared for Safety of Mother During the Rebellion, but Was Unable to Go to Her. Niv Brunswick, S. J.—Miss Dora B. mice a New Brunswick girl, Oddangbter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel of thJi place, waa within two of the center of fighting In Ire- I when the revolt waa at Its height. ' experiences are set forth In the D( extracts from her diary; Thursday evening previous to dad and mother aet off for Kll- , leaving us alone. 'We bad a Um« on the whole, and on Master knowing dad would bo home evening, we thought we would up one holiday by a visit to the Ou Monday afternoon, at two o'clock, we aet nut and a tramcar at the foot of the It coat twopence to go to town, «• had paid our money when, at about two thousand Kngllsh soldiers inarch past the end of the road. Very hot day, and they had crossed from England the previo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 June 1916

f" ,'V^ f ,fpK -SFSL. ret* Wlrv ii * • . Blw '' >A ,'. ■. Wi!'M& ,' -. ■ * «•' ■ THE ALBANY NEWS. Inquiry or Railroad Strike? Paced by demands from the conductors, engineer!, firemen fnd brakemMj that would impote on the country an additional burden in transportation costs flf $100,000,000 a year, the railroads propose that this wage problem be settled Of reference to an impartial Federal tribunal. With these employes, whose efficient service is acknowledged, the railroad) have no differences that could not be considered fairly and decided juatly by men • public body. Railroads Urge Public Inquiry and Arbitration The formal proposal of the railroads to the employes for the settlement of the controversy is as follows: "Oat conlerrnct* hive ilemominird thst • « ciniwH hirmenitt oui dilltrtncti ol opioid tad thtt eveatutlly the aiattcn in conirovcriy muit be paaatd upon by other «nd diiinternttd agcncict. I hereforc, we preMM that yout propotali and «h« proposition of the railwa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 June 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS. Hmiflpc Toilet * Articles, CIGARS, CANDIES, COLD DRINKS, STATIONERY, TODACCO, ET6. P. F. Castleberry & Son ioralfi frraimals KlMHtwsraqaMtaltarMdcratoinallarphoncIn thcnaiBM and place* of rMldmct of > mj rtoltars • Mrljr In th* wmI m pouibl*. If you know of othor paroonal* kindly Mnd naalae with th nam* of th« communicant. Thla will (rvatlr auUt Th« Nowa In kacp I In toocb with local happcnlnsa and will ha highly appraclatad. - Editor. 1 ia . P- Tona fish flakes, etc. at Ren- f.C. F. Smalley went to Dallas i business Friday. Pure hog lard 15c per pound ; City Meat Market. P. D. B. Greathouse was a vis- in Abilene Sunday. Special prices on groceries it Saturday.-Burrows Gro. K Miss Edna Diller is visiting in le this week. L A cash discount of 10 per cent [Lowery's, First Saturday. Your money will go farthest at the Racket Store. Mrs. E. J. Ratta went to Cis- co Wednesday morning. All groceries fresh and first class atRenfro's. < ' / V" ORIENTAL RUGS id HIGH...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 June 1916

n ■"fZ v , ' ■li ' I THE ALBANY NEWS. / <$\ : ■ A ' 1 V >14" ' ( Hi UL R.S.MURRIE DEALER IN Eroceries and Hardware Exclusive Selling Agent for LIGHT CRUST FLOUR Chase & Sanborn's TEA AND COFFEE::: • •• • • t SUBMARINE HAS EXCITING TIME STRANGE BUTTLE IN ABIE WOOD Adventure of the German U-205 Is Described by I! Com- mander. Germans Come Out of Shelters After French Pass and Attack Rear. CAUGHT IN NET; ESCAPES nND THEMSELVES IN A TRAP Laurel Hammer Promoted. Good Piano For Sale. We have in Albany a .splendid j new upright piano with nice! stool and scarf to match that we j will sell at a sacrifice and on any drvs.s at once Brook Mays \- The Reliable Piano House, las, Texas. Mr. W. R. Hummer received a letter from his son, Laurel Ham- mer, last Saturday. He was in Beaumont at the time of writing rtusonable terms il desired, and had just received a promo- ' bis is an opportunity tion from house to house sales- someone to got a bargain, man to*that of follow up sales- man. The...

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