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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 25 August 1916

x_ Albant) Hems No. 12 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUG. 25, 1916 NORSE-BACK TOURNAMENT FOR NEXT FIRST SATURDAY Prizes in Hand Work and Baking for Ladies. The First Saturday Committee lus arranged several Interesting features for the First Saturday Trades Day in September, the same being September i. MORNING PROGRAM For the best piece of fancy hand work, any kind, I #2.50; for the second best piece, £1.50. All competing I pieces must be on display at the Albany National Bank by 40 a. m. Sept. z. Prizes to be awarded at 4:40 p.m. W. J Q. Webb, manager. For the best light bread, Sj.oo. For tho best cake, | anv kind, $2.00. All competing cookery must be on dis- play by 10 a. m. at the F ir>t National Bank, Sept. 1. Prizes to be awarded at { ■?•> p. m. Ed Dodge, manager. The fancy, hand work or cookery may be sent in be- I fore Saturday, the day of the contest. All who desire may See the baking or fancy work it the banks any time it tor I 10 a. m. AFTERNOON PROGRAM tween Hon. O. B. Colq...

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

h We have delicious cold drinks and Alta Vista Ice Cream Pure Drugs, Toilet Articles, Sta- tionery, Cigars, Tobacco, etc. P. F. Castleberry & Son THE ALBANY NEWS. Americans were informed by ho earns more than he receives, Capt, Koenig that his country-' he is usually promoted to a better men were building great airships position. It is this latter class for trans Atlantic trade. that work their way up to posi- tions of trust and affluent com- pensation. We would then say to any | young man, do your work the ; very best you can. 1 )o more than your manager expects of THE ALBANY NEWS There's plenty of room in the head of each human ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY M0KN1N(J To 8ujt a W(ir|-able outfit PAUL BAKER, - - ■ Publisher! 0f l.ra:n ■. th« Pwt om<-. t r. ., « But vet tin1 world : offers from itorondCln Mull Mattrr thousands of duffers SUBSCRIPTION $1 PER YKAR ADVERTISING KATES Display ■drwUweieiitii. «in«lr ituHTtmn*. If* MDta par Inch; •ub M«iu*nt inartioiia, I. MtUi (M*r inch fur «w...

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

THE ALBANY NEWS. LISTEN: Complaining young man, a word to you, you think your hours of service are too long, your wages too low and your work too hard. Kindly ask your father in the light of his experience what he thinks about it. WAKE UP- Build You a Home! ROCKWELL BROS. & GO. i I I I I i Remember the Mareshal Flour at Renfro's. Neal tturals IfrraimalH (Th« New* Its reader* to mail or phone in the nam™ and placet* of residence of any vWlura early In the w« ««k an pOMiblt. If you know of other pernonsln kindly aend tfctm alto with the name of th«« coinmunlrant. Thin will irrwtly anaint The Nrw* in keep* lac In touch with l >cal happ«*ningr and willbe highly appreciated. Editor.) J We soli the all leather I tfthe Racket Store. shoes ! All groceries fresh class at Renfro's. and first I Judge S. C. Coffee made a bus- Col. (1. E. Waters of Mornn I Inese trip to Cisco Monday morn- was in Albany on business Tues- ! tag. day. .. A good assortment of ladies P. H. i I'Uiv. \\tnt to u ...

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

momrm mmmm • THE ALBANY NEWS. li V. At the Presbyterian Church IT '"Bell" Connection Solves Farm Problems Said a prosperous and Up-to-date UrmeT: "We like to joke the women- folks about utiing the tele- phone, but 1 guess we men use it as much as they do. Wc find the Long Distance bell con- nection feature of our ser- vice a wonderful conven- ience." Have you a telephone connected to the Bell System ? Ask our nearest Man- ager for information,. or write The Southwestern {Telegraph & Telephone Co.S Rural Locals Mrs. Bursas who has bet t here two weeks the guest of lie sister, Mrs. .la . Bradley ti t r* turned to her home in Waco. Mr. Will Hurnher and daugh ter. Miss Josiepiiine, spent Sat urday night and Sunday wit I Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Humher. Mr. .John Hart and family vi ited Kev. arul Mr Saturday p. m. A very encouraging feature of the work at Matthews Memorial Church is'the prayer meeting, which has been growing in at- tendance and interest for several weeks. We are looking f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 September 1916

H She Sews 1 -% yol. xxxra, No. 13 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPT. 1, 1916 Whole Number I68| HORSE-BACK TOURNAMENT FOR NEXT FIRST SATURDAY Prizes in Hand Work and Baking for Ladies. A Big Bay Anticipated Satorday. Notice to Subscribers From all the prospects the First Saturday in September will be one of the best Trades Days I Albany has ever had. Head the The First Saturday Committee has arranged several j complete program on the tront Interesting features for the First Saturday Trades Day in i Pa*?e of n,e fs,"'vs- September, the same being September i. | prepared to participau MORNING PROGRAM For the best piece of fancy hand work, any kind, $2.$o; for the second be st piece, $1.50. All competing ^ pieces must be on display at the Albany Nation tl Bank by ! (v(int(>st 10 a. m. Sept. 2. I'rizes to be awarded at 4:40 p. m. W <"'1 ,s' G. Webb, manager. I For the best light bread, $2.00. For the best cake, anv kind, $2.00. All competing cookery must be on dis- play by 10 a. m. at t...

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

THE ALBANY NEWS. t f y .' vl We have delicious cold drinks and Alta Vista Ice Cream Pure Drugs, Toilet Articles, Sta- tionery, Cigars, Tobacco, etc. ^P. F. Castlcb rry & Son^ THE ALBANY NEWS MgUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING PAUL BAKER, Publisher IH'.crtiUi lh l'o i (M5f« m Alh n . T«im. U 4«cunrt tHaas Mall Mattrr SUBSCRIPTION $1 PER YEAR ahvlktihim. katb- Miitflr iiiwrtfcift'. It |Mr Inci), m h inn* 12 1-K •OfttA W r ''Trw f.il'IC- t! ,.i will lw in ii*un •ilvi-r* *riti«fit* 11 i «r< >u*- thlril of |/fttf<' >tr tunrv in hu i am Ml* an<l r An* nulk'oft. H)r«nu t r Uiir j<«r -inirw Inwrtiof.. inavrtknu- of Itmi* «i a rc«d«>(«. 6 0 ir« | r I in# for «M*h FRIDAY, SEPT. 1. 1916. MERCY WORKERS IN WAR DOING GREATSERVICES All Countries Striving to Improve Conditions Surrounding Wounded. WIRK OF AMERICANS LAUDED Motor Ambulance Service Does Inval- uable Work In Ti ."Reporting Wound- ed Soldiera—French People TouchceJ by Volunteer Work of Americans. London.—To n<• <h...

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

' ' ' 1 ' -i'S 111 7 THE ALBANY NEWS. }. Eyes of the Blind W 1 y H.M. EGBERT fight, Itli, by W. O. Chapman.) It entered the sunny room in the dw * little timidly. When she Mwered the advertisement she i*nr dreamed that tbo answer j ■ > ,oome from anything but a hud- i ~~ Bhe was atlll more bewll- •b«S the tall man wearing the |UHc groped rather helplessly " her and Indicated that the f Jit down where there wax no ! . i ftod, I received somotblng 1 Ity answers to my advertise- Harold Harnold. "Many of, i clearly Illiterate However, lppressed me moat an my wife to be. I wlah 1 could sen your Vo>t you (peak?" he continued, # irritably discomfited, murmured tag I have a mental picture of you •Mwared Barnold "You ar« or thereabouts. and your quiet •octal a gentle personality In iroctr p« ao," murmured Lydla. totally as and restating a strong temp- It laa. 3, BOW—you hare aat down, t.yon?" aald Harnold, finding hla "I am an author My pen name « Define You may have hoard Mainly have,...

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

( I THE ALBANY NEWS. •" '(i"] .. ,l?. ■ h 'llj r".vi "f 4 ■) PROGRAM FOR SHACKELFORD COUNTY TEACHERS' INSTITUTE FOR 1916-1917 Beginning Sept. 11, at 9 o'clock a. m, and ending Sept. 15,1916, inclusive, which will be held at Albany Public School Building, ALBANY, TEXAS SUGGESTIONS TO TEACHERS. It will be remembered that the law requires that the County Superintendent hold a Teachers Institute each year, of five days, •f seven hours each, and it also requires all teachers who have written or verbal contracts to teach in the county, to attend these Institutes, and the County Superintendent has no authority to ex- cuse teachers from attendance upon the Institute. Inasmuch as the iaw provides that Teachers shall receive re- muneration for this week of Institute work, all teachers should be tnxioun and ready to attend, and Ret in touch with the work in the county in which they will teach, so as to be better prepared to jrive the beat service to the pupils who will come under their instruc...

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

THE ALBANY NKVV STEM: Our business organization has as its basis SERVICE and a joyful willingness to please. ROCKWELL BROS. & CO. I I I I I I irala ^ BrrsuttalH ir«qu«Htii itn r«ad«rn to m«ilor phone In th« nimei and pUc«a of residence of BMMirly in the week ah poaaiblc. If you know of other personals kindly send _ft«lsowlth the name of the communicant. This will greatly assist The News in keep ■ ! touch with locsl happeningssnd willh«highlyappreciated. Rditob. ) 1 J If. G. T. Sisson left Monday fftrt Worth and St. Louis. Paul Baker left Saturday ; her mother, Mrs. W. L. in Clinton, Okla. 1 money will go further- ;the Racket Store, First iay or any other day. J. iiy. , Margaret Whitney Brown led to Dallas to resume Bition at the Oriental ( IDLES - BRIDLES 'ITS AND SPURS iRS.TKACH CHAINS, — no matter what U. E. Baker and family of Stamford were in Albany Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hadley Robert. We have a nice line of ready to wear ladies' hats which we will be glad to show.you...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 September 1916

w $*. t'HE AI.HANY NEWS. "J Notice of Etectkm The State of Texas, County of Shackelford. Notice is hereby given that a special election will be held in the County Court room of Shack- elford county, Texas, in the cit of Albany, on the 5th day of September, 1916, for the purpose ef electing two Aldermen to ierve the unexpired terms ot office of Aldermen W. H. Cook and S. C. Coffee, resigned. Mr. J. M. Wood has been ap- pointed presiding officer of said election, and he shall select two judges and two clerks to assist him in holding said election, and said election shall be]held in the manner prescribed for holding $uch elections. Every male person who has attained the a«e of 21 years and who has resided within the limits of said city for six months next preceding the date of said elec- tion and is a qualified voter un- der the laws of the state of Texas, shall be entitled to vole at said election. Witness my hand and the seai of the City of Albany, this th 22nd day of August. !iili&g...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 September 1916

MAGAZINE SECTION r P if t i. r I f VOL. XXXIII. No. 13. Memo Hems ALRAXY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SKPT. 8, 1016. Copyrlfht, J91«, by Home f'nior rrint Co, Koit Worth. TPX.m. AV hole Number 1685 J n r\n LJ "5AV- PA - AIHT YOU YlRED OF HIRING UNCLt SAY 'CHURr ALLTHt V|ME ? MV POY- TIRED NO NAME FOR \T • IF VOL) KIN DO DOT YOO [ARE DEK RLAL NAbOLEOH• | L.O Dl H LiniY - ^them-PA I'v/E FOUND A WAY TO 1/ NAKE HIM bTQp IT IF VOU'LU LET ME TRV IT IT'l A MAPOuEON I'VE" bEEN PRE PARING t FOR THIS) THREE WEEKrj> _ PA . r V XI . . N __ 'v. C; / ^ / N C^rrT" ~ • TTTTTTT^O c. / \y "i -I ,/0- c- K 1 7 ' r ttw Orr c; c cmt i Xi j t *■ C4> A; ^ ^ COMt ON lJfi Hfc, t> KUNMING * OK J J ThL wood SHU d ! V / ■f' MOW UNC 1.1 i i-U KEEP T"Ht ^l-tinAU'j OUT IP VOU ^OLEMNLV A\' NEVER TO JAY thar word AGAIN DO VOIJ ? CHURE! ; i |MABOLEOH GOT BEAT Die>^ time- HUH ? t fvEb PATHlrj \co |THl Rl r I tf AT li KOM MOSCOW. Lw r i \ —7-TT- r> iSVSl ■V A 7 ^tJLVaSi c ^r-v^ r<* o ' . T"" i I I Co tlit, . h MtC...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 September 1916

I 1; LIFE STORY OF THE REAL EVANGELI This In tho f«>r "■' primeval. Th< murmuring plne« and the hemhn kt+ Beard«,i in mn ..I in KHrrnentH green, Indistinct In th« twilight. Stand lik< I ruid* of eld, with voice «ad and prophetic; Stand like harpers hoar, with lieardn that rent on their bosoms. Loud from itn rocky caverns, the deep-voiced neighbor- ing ocean Speaks, and In acrvnti disconsolate. anawem the wall of the forest. |UT it is not Acadia, but down in the southern portion of Louisiana, in the midst of a network of waterways that form routes of transportation for the eajnn trappers and French farmers, that the land of Kvan^eline is to Ik- found today. It is a country of charm. Where navigation < nds well up toward the head of the Bayou Teche the littfe village of St. Martinsville slumbers I'cacefully amid the restful rustle of its china- berry trees. The} are a simple people, these vil- lagers, proud in their ancestry, holding inviolate the traditions of their Acadi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 September 1916

The Federal Good Roads Act Engineering, A. & M. Co lege of Texas TU—.HE fact that Texas is to receive ap- of by the state highway department ami the sec- increasing mileage of our roads will be lo-f"'. 000,000 for the construction and maintenance of I proximately $292,000 the first year un- retary of agriculture, the money might be spent constructed and maintained according to the best roads and trails in the national forests. ^1 der the terms of the recently passed mainly on local roads radiating from the various ;uid most modern engineering standard THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC ROADS. federal good roads act is in itself of c< unty seats, so that it might be many years be- r Ti-n?n pi'i i\'i<ii ,vc ■ - -em. \rT " *'1C secretary of agriculture personally had comparatively little importance, as that fore Texas would have anything like a complete . x x . . , ^ (j() ajj tjlc work assigned to him by the good amount is only about one-fiftieth of our annual system of trunk highways. In ...

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

United States Army Life on the Texas Front! Ml Upon His Appearance Jack Swore Roundly" CI! M'TIK Mil. HE latter part of l>eceinber, 1H70, was characterized 11 \ .1 degree of cold very unusual in 111 <-> 1 atitin 1 c, tlu- mercury falling for several successive nights many decrees below zero, ilr<>i>pin^ in one night to 13 degree below zero, ,111 unpr< > dented temperature, I was told by the oldest cit- izens A eanip consisting of three companies of cavalry and one of imantiv had been established soon after Captain Me I ,eMail's fight, 011 one of the forks of the 1 attle \Yiiliita 1 iver, about twelve miles northwest from Buffalo Springs, known as "Camp W'ii hita," a command to whii h our friend, "California Jack'' belonged, forming part of the garrison. Jack had bet n detailed .1-- a member of a general court martial to be assembled .it !•". 11 Richardson, and on the morning of I Joe ji start ed for the po-l, atc<'tnpanicd 1 >\ another >fficer and a ...

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

ray & Davis IIMVI M40*KTO«. gTAROAHD kPKKDOMIOTKHS. W« r« tho official nervlie utatlon th* *liuv «i|u11'ruent uiui liave a splat* dock of miiiiillm o'l tian4 l#r* promptly filled UXAI M \(iSiKT<i A STAHTKI1 CO.. M. Harnnod St. riallaa, Temaa. l'hvar Mala !! * . A. & M. College Department COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Edited bf Director and Staff of tkf Agricultural and Hecbanival < « llege. Citrmlun aad KipfHmrnl Statteu. | AUTO MOM M-: ItKlMlH PARTS I* STOCK FOH ANY M\KK AT 1-2 U T CHICK. Southern Welding Co. WACO, TKXAM. IHAKKHA OF TUK WK|J) Til IT IIKI.D a" I Dallas Storage Battery Company Agents and Service Station for Prest-o- Llte Storage Batteries •and us your ( l<l batterlci for re pa.r 1717 Mwiid St. Dulles, Teiua. J MEN WANTED! ™ Chauffeurs |r,0 ty 11 -. im" In:.; « fit rn k** for*ru m fl1*' ll*< hi' *. 1< • IUU to $.100 ; r UMiiith \ «• ar ft ■ th«* > i' [a buHiit«'*N ft"" r • *' i •«'. I i • ««■ < • ' tlmir ' «u or drew l 4 Mottle* «• iklug 'o ' "l'...

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

axd noi'Rci ron MARK!HO tOTTO* fMHttk J. V. I.OTK * CO. Rubber Ht«iiell . M*t l fherk« S« l Ktc. CM Mrrhaalt- l.. I.al««>ln, Triac. BAbGlUG AND TILS SUGAR BAG CLOTH M.M. Craves Co., Inc. HOUSTON, TEXAS. Fort Worth Well Machine Co DRILLING MACHINES tlri il*|uartera fur • \ (r m He pairs. K«pr, frit# GASOLINE ENGINES I iinlrm i nwrk a - | r«lalt y. Korlnrf «iiii'le: . f<«r ♦. • « • 4! • <-*••! • M Hr won I II Collections Everywhere If you l© ' 1 • l #ur •"rvlvM .- \ , * jr o a * n t r ■ • I i I |>lu y« r put > « • a• • maaii> uol. H i f • . ' i. Tr.t %% < k iirmit* %m.ii * i >i \ i «« 419 U kral III.la Kuri \%« rtfc. |fi« Mail Us \our Safety Kazor blades r«r KriiuitriMv; - :> ► i* i Ihmi'-U I tlU<i a .V S .*•> V \ •• . ■ fiaaatal TtUu ll« l MmN 11 I • t \| 4 T l ♦;KIM«l^'. •" IIWM Ka'ia l. T l JOHN B HAWLEY Member Ameri in Incltty CtvU Hn«iria#ra Water S J i ; -• .*.!<•• I 4;; > at Kort Worth, Tela* Waterworks Pumps O' i ■ fc|® «f.u« ut.1 fcf \ ....

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 September 1916

iter Bargains No I flaming ton lit.0«, No ft Olivi ft«t|ih fio AO All or the il ovn >0, No 3 Oliver Oliver |2S "0. No 2 I' i\ | rriM< lilnee guarantee «1 lo bo in first Has* condition Wo sre picluilv* agenta for t i#• Ka-i moua Hllent *. I* * Hrnlth ml Ih*- ; Corona Writs for raKloK i T\ PT.W WITKfl I \( II Fiaaln Mreef. llnuafoa. Teaaa. STORIES^BOYS^ mans drink HOUSTON LABORATORIES f. H Tllann. M , Analytical and ronaultlnir ('hernial, formerly Aasorlata Stat* (.'hernial and ( oiutorntln* ('hernial I'. B Department of Agriculture Corra- apondenre eollciled. I'htmlral analyara and tnveetlgatlont of all klnda. md x<>t quite cross when the little old lady laugh- j ir.n tttix hthkkt. houhton. tbxai. cd and laughed aud could not lor sonic time l>c prevailed upon to tell him a Then quite suddenly sin stopped laughing and I«a<"hiiij for the lire long-.. broke HobhvV mar- ble njioii the hearth. I lis heart nearly t<■]>(><■«i heating when he aw a white gleaming...

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

All You Can Ask For in Coffee '>Ttr Meets every requirement of Quality and, Purify. GET IT ftaalcl TIm at Graeara. Ckeek-Neal Coffee Co., Jackaaavllla Naabvilla TMENT A MMAIIT IHtF.S* IV V \f I* I ft I -TVh"! 1 m 12 one 'outd nia*r tlna pretty In pill* i MMllllttTH Willi IHldlTWaiM' of Miff MliK tit i > j. <u i*f prettj or 1'hnj l .i 11 Mm Mji ♦* lit it I • * ** tor flume iiu, f • r • aMliiurrr Mini iitin'a veiling Mm- i-owiii may fl limited wp-i i -t if or out lit •*«!« iit< in.i. i in wrint length, with it <!•-•*J i nff, at in puff nij h Mm p.Uferii ii ciil hi i i. /.<* J, I. •• <i i i«l s )• Mi- ll r«><|inrJ • j ) Hii|m of ;t«> n.< t. material lor m ii alle, Willi t Jiird for liolCft) \ (liMIOltTAHLI. (ONM.MKNT liAfl MKN T. 1 71*m NaliiNfMtk. ..i. >rii', long' loth, hntint•*, llrn ii crepe mi.'I i • m >• for gannriif ■ of t lua kind. I Iiin *t)ie fornix mi iil«'mI oiiiidmi tioll of ntrwi roVfi .i li< 1 tlrH .-li >• n k a li« i • at the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 September 1916

Uk Hats 1 XXXIII, No. 14 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPT. 8, 1916 Whole Number 1086 IAMENT CREATES MUCH INTEREST Have Spirited Contest. The First Saturday program g well attended and was one the best shows Albany has j. The contests in fancy irk and cookery were attract- features and the ladies of i town and country were well presented in each. Thirty-one ladies entered spec- lens of their art in the fancy nd work contest, the speci- jns being on display at the Jbany National Hank. Each of I tiic ladies had from one to six ■ flieces on exhibit, and therefore I ntere were nearly one hun- ] Wed pieces in all, a display |ual in quality to that seen at irs. The judges were Mrs. jksofVVaco, Misses Ford and IMwlin. The first prize was awar- ded to Mrs. Wade McPemore, and le second to Miss Leila Hatcher. Misses Gladys Sedwick and Virginia May Webb, assisted W. O. Webb in conducting the con- i test. In the cookery contest, held at the First National Bank, there I were quite a number of loaves i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 September 1916

f.0 THE ALBANY NEWS. V We have delicious cold drinks and Alta Vista Ice Cream Pure Drugs, Toilet Articles, Sta- tionery, Cigars, Tobacco, etc. P. F. Castleberry & Son Our necessities are about one- the b in on sellers of tobacco, fourth our wants, still we work All that is needed to start the like the duce to satisfy our protest is to turn on the litfht wants. that parents may see the sins —————— which are coming from cigar- Hughes must have felt rather ettes. [{looming Grove Rustler. Tenn., lonesome at Nashville, when he criticized the eight- hour law mid cheers for Wilson. Hughes was evidently in bad company for him. I THE ALBANY NEWS ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY PAUL BAKER, - MORNING Publisher things, is doing things now; Hughes represents a party that has its gaze set on the past, its pride is in things that have been, not in things that will be. The one is progressive; the other re- actionary. laUrtdlt the P(iat OAc«- at Albany. Ti'xim, aa Second Claw Mnil Matter SUBSCRIPTION $1 PER...

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