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

• ?F ' Die Itag Hews • 11 [, No. 8 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1016 Whole Number 1680 In Memory of Lola Looise Greer. [0 Gymkhana First Saturday In August EVENTS TO BE HELD ON MAIN STREET OF ALBANY, SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, AT 2 P.M. The following attractions will be held in Albany the i st Saturday Trades Day in August. W. M. Biggs is ap- )inted master of ceremonies. The Albany Band will play jring the contests. FIRST EVENT. Jack-in-Box Race—In this event each competitor is re- ared to drive fifty yards and stop with one wheel of car sting on a large doll, dismount, run to a table near by and ce from a box a "jack" (after locating key to box,) then :k up car and rescue the "child." Return jack to box, ;k same and then drive to the finishing line ahead. Com- tor covering the course and completing the required | prayed oniy that married Victoria Compton, who also survives him. i Col. Casey, as he was known, i was well known all over North Arkansas, where he had lived for the most part...

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

m 1 THE ALBANY NEWS ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY MOKNING Pjat - Publisher Mtmdit Ik* Pnt Offltn •t Albany. Trujui. M Somd CUm Mail Matter SUBSCRIPTION $1 PER VEAR ADVERTISING BATES. Dltplar tdvtrtiMCMaU, wacla liuwrttonn. IE ate par Inch; subeequunt insertion*. 121-2 U par lack for aaeh U—itlnn. Room- rnluc- wllt In mad* on adratttaaawnta that nr« ona- iof a pan W mora in aiaa. Loral* njid r*«d- [Hatima. 10 aanta par Hna for jingle iimoitton. _ it 1—arHona of local* anil ■ nadcm. G par Kb* for *aeh laaartio* FRIDAY. JULY 28, 1S1G. I Am The Newswaper Born of the deep daily need 1 of a nation, I am the . nice of now, the incarnate spirit of. the times, monarch of things that -. ate. My "cold type" burnt, with the fire blood of human action. I drink from the cup of every living joy or sorrow. I am Majestic in my .'jtiength, sablime in my power terrible in my potentialities, yet as demo- cfaticas,the ragged buy who sells me for a penny. I am the consort of Kings, the partner of capital, the brot...

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

THE ALBANY NEWS. LISTEN I I I I ROCKWELL IROS. & CO. | I Cleanliness is far cheaper than flies, from any point of view. Clean up. Fix up and use screens on your homes. We have what you need in screens and the cost is but a trifle. LUMBER DEALERS "I Cnrals ffrrsmtals i c s==- — m*N*w«raqunUltarM<lar ti> mall or phone In thnnamra and l> ! <•«• of raaldanre of M)T vlattor* aa early In tha wmIi *« iionalblo. If you know of othar peraonala kindly aend |k«m alao with the name of the communicant. Thia will creatly uaiat The New* In keep- (Intouch with local happeningaand wlllhi>hi«hlyupprei-iatfld. Editor.) T J 111 kinds of syrups at Bur- Gro. Co. Colonel Biggs was here visit- [ relatives the lirst of the week. fou can always get a good uer for !K> cents at the Model. | Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lee rlass on the 18th, a fine boy. Remember the Mareshal Neal Flour at Renfro's. Will Kenshalo was at home Saturday and Sunday visiting his parents. Try Delgado's Pork & Beans....

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

mk lift Picf. if 5 if 1*' J :• i! ,' : P THE ALBANY NEWS. / ail-road wages Shall they be determined by Industrial Warfare or Federal Inquiry? To the American Public: Do you believe in arbitration or indut* trial warfare? The train employes on ail the railroads are voting whether they will give their leaders authority to tie up the commerce of the country to enforce their demands for a 100 million dollar wage increase. The railroads are in the public service— your service. This army of employes is in the public service—your service. You pay for rail transportation 3 billion dollars a year, and 44 cents out of every dollar from you goes to the employes. On all the Western railroads in 1915, icventy-five per cent of the train employes earned these wages (lowest, highest and average of all) as shown by the pay rolls— PuMnger Freight Yard Engineers. Rani* $1747 :i094 Avtraie $2195 RMI* $1537 3076 Afarat* $2071 Raa«« '*050 2445 Avwase $1378 Conductor 1543 2789 1878 1454 2933 1935 1151 204...

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

m R i ITH x aUll, Mo. 9 Singing Convention WeU Attended. s* •/. t ' n mm ,v< fern >3zVr ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUG. 4, 1016 to the convention of the 42nd judicial district. R. J. Moberley, W. F. Jones, G. B. King were elected dele- gates to the convention of the 2nd supreme judicial district. J. A. King, Paul Baker, R. S. Long were elected delegates to the convention of the 10T>th rep-) resentative district. The delegates were unin- structed except as to cast their vote as shown by the result of the primary election. Hollowell Sells Two Tractors Partly as a result of the trac- tor demonstration at Dallas re- SPLENDID ARMY Remarkable Piece of Work in Reorganization Accomplished Since October, 1914. tiiken to clone h wound In the heart. Soon ufter Joyce revived and listed for n drink of wnter. IUh condition Is unt- lnfnrtory. TRIBUTE TO ZEAL OF KING ily number of folks from ious communities attend- Singing Convention in ly Sunday. A brief morn- was held and the Bt church was ...

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

, ' • r THE ALBANY NEWS. "■•j if 3 at . 14 | # H * :/• * .• -t i r it ' 1 TAKE NOTICE of important changes in time of Katy trains on August 6th Patrons are requested to obtain advance information of arrivals and departure of trains from ticket agent and avoid getting left M. K. & T. RY. THE ALBANY NEWS priation she will have to vote bonds to the extent of the amount —UKP EVERY raiDAV MORNING shc wants. To do this. all the PAUL IAKER, - - • Publisher automobile owners not now " members of the Highway Asso- SUBSCRIPTION $1 PER VEAK ciatlon Wl11 have t0 J°in il an(l ">Ti>■■ IimwiFii i hi promote the interests of good Mw ^wrtieBgwu. .wwm..i roads and a bond issue. par 1Mb; •ukMqaanl mm-mm* 121-2 •arInch for m«h Insertumi itw raduc.I _______ U Itui %n on«- MMomMninvlM. Lur tb. a.i'i read- 1 * it Mate par Hm for ■ <.u*?rtton. MMftlani at local* w I <•••«!an, 6 iferaarfci FRIDAY. AUG. 4. 1916. You will be worthy from all when you have learned to respect yourself. —Mdsom-; A...

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

I ilk ALBANY M f in Of TEXAS MS URCMNTOS IN PREMIUMS LTORAL AND LIVE STOCK CLASSES ARE GREATLY KIUITED rtENIUM list IS NOW READY FOR PERUSAL towns that have vanished canoy for young thieves qur gold supply enormous IL E. L. Knight. Preeident. K. L. Knight, president of the Fair of Texas, announces that ■Mat extensive and complete ar- nts have been made with a ef Making the 1916 State Kair 0, which open* October 14, ■tinues to and through Octo- 2t. the largest, most interesting nd it valuable agricultural an nal exposition ever held, the year ju t passed, the Management has conducted vast ent enterprises at Fair Park ically every department has influence of the earnest de- to bring all details connected the Fair right up to the min- ind, as a consequence, when the Pair opens next fall, every nec- equi[ ment and facility for an i-making exposition will have provided. Miiai Largely Increased. State Fair of Texas is, esaen- an agricultural exposition; its ia to gather togetner and dia- ...

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

- NIITIUM SIS II HUIHNE RE iS IMMUNE Cannot Seem to Realize That If You Are .Killed You Are Dead. REVENUE IS MAINS PASSION Cap*. Morten Webber, Twice Wounded in Three Campaigns With Allies, Discusses Psychology of Bat- tle—Telle How Me Outwit- ted Clever Woman Spy. New York.—A man dressed in well- CTtt clothe* limped Into the Kockjr Mountain i-lub, He wus t'upt. Morton Webber of the Royal Held artillery who 18 month* ago bade good-hy to fcia c-lnb friend* when he went off to Icbt for the Rrltlsh empire. Yester day he >\a glad to be in u city of peace, hut nl the same time there MMiied to he 11 truce of sorrow now MtVuKuIn In his demeanor, caused per- hap* through hi* being physically in- cwpacitnti-.l and ****ri*f«r«* for the linn being unable i hi* regiment. Captain We ei is the type of sol- dier who i -likes to talk about what he has wen. It wax ditlfnilt to draw from hlui detail* of hi* experiences lit tiui front, in faet. It «ns only through a good friend of the Itritish ••Ul...

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

' V KW ' '> ,f , m THE ALBANY NEWS. STUN: Don't let the deadly tly in your house with his poison. Swat him. Kill him and protect the health of your home by the use of Screens on your doors and windows. Our screens will cost you little. RQCKWEU IMS. & CI. I I I I I I irala # Hrrannala' llfewaraQiMaUIUrMutoro to nail or phon« In tb« nam« and placM of residence of IMMtly in the week « poaalbl*. If you know of other penonala kindly xnil Dak* with Iba nam* oftha communicant. Thia will vraatly aaaiat Tha Nawa in keap- |lflmkwith local happaninca and will be h«hly appreciated. - KditoM i to Renfro for syrups. Mitchell of Fort Worth iting Mias Lucy Duncan. fa Mil the all leather shoes i Racket Store. lEloise King is visiting tenridge this week. All groceries fresh and first class at Renfro's. Mrs. Barto Tally and children of Temple are the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Z. W. Casey. See Charlie Chaplin at the show next Monday night. Four reel program 15c, children un- der 12 admitted free. G...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 4 August 1916

m mm T, §*£ mt ■ ft 'J ' Pfv **p ' If \ i THE ALBANY NEWS. Special Prices • * • • • AT • • • • • The Racket Store Next Saturday, August 5, we will make you prices so low that you will find it to your interest to buy our goods. A general line of Clothing and Racket Goods at a special bargain First Saturday. ... J. H. FRIEDLY ... Dr. Smith returned from Dal- las Tuesday with six children for the Orphanage. When in town Saturday see J. T. Lowery for dry goods at ten per cent discount for cash. Rev. and Mrs. J. 0. L. Pringle and four sons of Coolidge, Tex., are the guests this week of their son, 0. L. Pringle. News has been received from the Whitneys and Caubles tfiat they were camped in Yellow Stone Park in sight of snow cap- ped mountains. A bear and an elk were some* of their compan- ions. Mrs. J. A. Hennett of Dal- j las, who was visiting at the Lynch ranch received a message 'Tuesday afternoon stating that | her husband was killed in the I wreck on the Katy near Lancas- ter, Dallas...

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

^3SlF — Die IMhatra Hens sf x A XXXIII, No. 10 Mo Gymkhana Races In- Quite a large crowd was in y Saturday for the Trades entertainments. The day i very hot and the wind blew i sand so violently that little lie contests could be seen by ■pectators, yet the people tied to enjoy what they could i of the sports in spite of the ' nd. There were several entries for pated the event with pleasure. The bride has for several years spent a portion of her time in Albany and has made many last- ing friendships. Her contact in both social and business rela- tion has b<>en most agreeable, and the concept of her wonanli- ness, courtesy and grace will abide. In point of residence as in other aspects, Mr. Coghill may well be classed among the first citizens of the county. Having come to this country from his ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUG. 11, 1916 A Whale Nil Cotton Crop Right 1. C. Dodson An Expert There is one way to farm in this country and that is by the intensive farming route. Get that fact...

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

I# K mM-:kJ iU rial 10c Sale of French Gray Enamelware Saturday, Aug. 12. There is hardly an article in this lot you do not use every day of the year. Values as high as 25c. See the window. Special—9c per gal. on Stoneware, churns, jars, crocks, itchera. Now is the time you need stoneware for milk, its, etc. * Stud silk, special 7 for 25c, all colors. Toilet paper, large rolls, 3 for 25c., This paper is a very soft satin finished manila. Bright tin footed colander 15c. Bright tin f ruit strainer 16c. Bright tin milk strainer 10c, Bright tin leliv cake pan 15c, extra deep. Bright tin tub« cake pan 10c, extra deep. Bright tin mutfin rings 10c. That old fashioned iron skillet, only 35c. Nothing prettier than gold band china, and the cost is nothing to compare with quality, very small. Cups and sau- Cf.'i iK)c set, platen the same, platters 25, 40, GOc. Cover veg- etable oval dish H'n\ round bowls 25, 30, 40c. COME SEE. King's Variety Store "Teacti Your Dollars to Have More Cents." THE ...

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

mm- THE ALBANY NEWS. A HOME Or an Avtomobfle, WHICH? It is mighty nice to be able to have both. Worlds of pleasure can be derived from either; from the automo- bile for a year or two. from the home for a life time. Every man should hwe a home. The automobile is a liability; the home, a real home is an asset, an invest- ment in dollars as well as in happiness. You owe a home to your family and to yourself. m w Build You a Home! ROCKWELL BROS. & GO. All groceries fresh and first class atRenfro's. Joe Reynolds of Fort Worth is here this week attending to ranch interests. Surala Jteraunala j [tlMNswiriKiuMtalUraaderatoDiaUarphoiialn thanamcii and placca of raaidcnrn of ■ay vlaltors aa aarly In tho wi-nk an poaaibla. If you know of other paraonala kindly Mint] tktm *1*0 wlth tha nam* of the communicant. Thla will greatly aaaiat The Newa in keep lac In touch with local happening* rind willbehighly appreciated. - Editor. 1 i to Renf ro for syrups. Castleberry and her guests it Wednesda...

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

— „ _ THE ALBANY NEWS. Nobody would ever hamper a horse like this— hone owners are unwittingly handirappine their animals and But many horte owners are unwittingly handicapping their^ animals ana robbing themselves of hauling value by making poor "Dobbin" strain, with ■tiff, dry-running gear. Not .ill, for thousands ol horse owners are using TEXACO AXLE GREASE Try it, and you will acree with them that > few ounces of TKXACO AXLE GREASE will save pounds of horse flesh. It stayu where it is put. TEXACO AXLE GREASE will not stiffen It eases the running gear and keeps it easy. Throw off that drag of useless friction. TEXACO AXLE GREASE will do it for you. Another TEXACO PRODUCT which you can use with profit is The Pa$sng]of Cattle Tick S0UTH *MER!CAN EXPL0,,E,I So long ago|that ne'er a man Hath. memory that!runs tjiat far, There's beenjajpest in this good State, "..tart i wn Her greatest industry to mar. He is a loathsome^wee thing, When first he comes to light, But when he gets a ta...

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

•V'-vfi Iht Albans Sens m • No. 11 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUG. 18, 1916 — Jmv. Whole Umber 1688 IMOUS ATSTAIE FAIR ■SCI ENTRY ALSO fEATURES FAMOUS CATTLE ident R. E. L. Knight of tho Fair of Texaa, announces that, th« courtesy of Mr. August Buach of St. Louis, visitors to the ,te Pair this year will havo bjj op- inity to see Mr. Busch's wonder- hard of prize-winning Dexter cat- Thia will be the first exhibit of Dexters ever shown in the South. .Hr. Busch has been interested in for several years, and has ■ed together the most wonder- eollection of individuals ever seen one herd. In fact, it is the only iderable collection now owned in country and is expected to be of the most interesting feuturos tho 1916 State Fair. The Dexter a Profitable Animal. Tho Doxter is a representative of diminutive Irish cattle that arc Id-famous for producing meat and of exceptional quality. Though origin is clouded in obscurity, it probably a member of the ceie- Kerry family of cattle, as the breeds have...

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

THE ALBANY NEWS. l"y.* ■ ■ - ",W \• ■■ ' ~ StLouis • Kansas "i:ty Oklahoma • THE ALBANY NEWS issued every friday morning Publisher PAUL BAKER. ■itWMlat th« Pact OOcc at Albany. Tnxaa. aa B a—J Claaa Mall Matua 8lJBSCRI*TION $1 PER YEAR advertising ratkk Display tdv>rHwmaaU •ingli* iti«rlkms. 16 e«nU per inch; wbuquwit iiuMTtioiia. 12 1-2 c#iU per inch for mdk mnortion. Koine r *luc- tkn will bt madean eirortietemnii# «luil itre one- t$rd of ft pfttfe or morfiiiiiM. L**r*lii imd rearl- kqc notice*. 10 cental per line for amide inwrlion. fllpMoqiicnt innortiortj of local* mul r««*dor®. fi milt* per lint* for eerh insertion. ^FRIDAY, AUG 18. 191(1. Shackelford, Federal Road Fund, and W. A. Poage. Col. W. A. Poage ol VYaco- Albany-Woodson was in Albany Saturday enroute to his ranch in the Woodson country He met several of his friends while in town and talked to them <-nter- tainingly on politics, prospective legislation, finance, and mi forth. Mr. Poage was recently elected ta the...

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

. *-v ■* 4'*% thk \lbany news, THRONES HUG ON ISSUE OF (RUT WAR Jttle Nations of Europe Keep Anxious Eye on Bulletins From Front. First h<- reftisoil to come to the u - lntnnco of Serbia, a* he wn.s bound to do by treaty. Ho nlhiwod Gorman agitators full away In hlx country. Next, lie mobilized bin army, thus k*pt flu- majority of the population WTOR MAY UNSEAT ENEMIES of Portugal, Montenegro, Serbia, (Iretce, Poland and Other Nation* In the Balance—Spain and Holland Happily Situated. Urrlln.—Prim' ■ Mlmiel of llrtiKiin/a, f>' of VlZi'ti, I lie oldest son of tbo ukuc*o pretender I>un Miguel, and band of tin' former Aiiltn Stewart New Vork, lias been appointed an orary llrst lieutenant "f the (ier- 11 army, will the uniform "f Ha- th Thuerlniri'ii regiment of 1,'lilniik. file prince Is Ihlrly i ljiht yours old in<l liven with Ills father in the castle H Itclchenall, l.ower Alls .rill. Ills up- rfnttiient us a (icruinn ollher is an itereslliiK event, because Portugal Is it...

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

WJB ■ ' ■ s Eii Hi ... i II fel If 4:j* 'r* (j; ;f,j 111 : j " >1 Woman write Oood StorlM. At average woman poaaetiea a variety of character, aa of ward , than doea the man; ahe can more fMdlly lay aalde or auppreaa aomc Im- portant part of her, and brinr; some contrasting future Into view. She Mirlea in heraelf a ready wraith that to more applicable to the story than' to painting or to munlc. Than it in (feat In painting and in music she i« to be passed by man with cane but In (fee story. If at all, with greatest effort. —George M. Stratton In thu Atlantic. Seek Aid From Book*. There Is u growing tendency In mod- ern business to ninko the utmost iih< of reference books and authoritative publications. This attitude Is not only ttflected by tho management or Inrgo organizations, but even among the men themselves, who look to books and periodicals to aid tlietn In their work. Many of the more progressive manufacturing firms huve Installed reference libraries In charge or skilled...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 18 August 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS. STEN: If the world doesn't recognize your talents don't get discouraged, get mad. An angry man sometimes accomplishes something; a discouraged one never does. Build You a Home! ROCKWELL BROS. & GO. I I I I I I tnrala Jtersflttalfi f.Vi and Mrs. T. A. Deats wf. to Seymour Thursday to vi i 'u-ir daughter, Mrs. Pistole. ind Mrs. Allen of Cole- m M. have been visiting O. A. A !< • and family, Mr. Allen's l>a' • 1 !*. (fhl Ntwi rtqoMta Ita rcadara to mill or phou* In (ha and i>Ii <**ii of raaldanri* of tlsltore MWirly In the week ee poeeible. If you know of other kindly tend HmsaIm with the name of the communicant. Th will greatly aatiat The News in keep !■« In touch with local happening! and wlllbe highly appreciated. Editor.] LI i to Renfrofor syrups. iMiss Francis Nail of Dallas is i guest this week of Mr. and R. E. Nail. Miss Nannie Adamson went to Moran Friday morning to visit friends. Mr. and Mrs Ben Wofford re- i turned Tuesday to their home in 1 g...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 18 August 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS. -'%' rm —regarding the Studebaker SIX Wrote a Lawyer to a Friend. Armour, S. D. May 29th, 1916. My dear Mrs, I am Just in receipt of your inquiry regarding the Stude- baker Six. We ,are more than pleased with this car. I gave the ■atter careful consideration and investigation, studying and look- ing over several different models and makes, not being satisfied With what I found here I went to Sioux City and examined the dif- ferent cars there, my preference for the Studebaker "6" remained un- shaken; but I thought it would be no time to investigate after buy- ing, so we went on to Chicago and made further investigation there, returning home perfectly satisfied that the Studebaker "6" was what we wanted. Mrs. at first objected a little on the ground that it was too large a car for Just two of us. This, according to my way of looking at it, wa3 no objection, the two extra seats are in the floor of the car, out of sight and out of the way; but very con- venient when it ...

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