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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 13 October 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS. [STEN: We make quality and service important features of our business as well as the matter of price. We aim that our cus- tomers will be so well satisfied THRU- OUT that they will come again and again. Put us to the test, please. ROCKWELL BROS. & GO. Lumber Dealers mddy'S mm MEYW ® MARY GRAHAM DO/sner lorala ftramtalts j . re d«rii t" m ilor phonf In thf n me nd placin of rmidrnre of ' «■ l ltor« • MH'ly in th WMik powible. If you know of othi-r per on l kindly nend Swab* with th<> ...me of th. commanle.nt. Thin will uro tly ,«l tThe Newt in keep- |M In touch with local h ppenln«>«nd wlllbe highly appreciated. Editor.! ► to Renfrofor syrups. ir. Kirk Ledbetter was in Al- ly on business Saturday. onel Biggs is visiting home ks a few days this week. lias Effie Reynolds left Tues- ' night for Temple to enter All groceries fresh and first class at Renfro's. * 0. A. Hill was in business Saturday. Albany on White Swan the Coffee for satisfaction. Ren fro. W....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 13 October 1916

II THE ALBANY NEWS. v <1 Oil oar- In Mail Order Houses Spreading Infantile Paralysis? From Merchants Trade Journal. Many cases of infantile paraly sis have been discovered in ifc llted sections in various parts < the country, and doctors hr.\ been at a loss to know how th disease lias heen 1 entr ctcii But when wo stop to thinl there is ono possible .v.urce th: has been overlooked. For instance, New York Cit.\ has been the plague center ol infantile paralysis in this coun- try. In the tenements and hovels of that un fit metropolis are thousands up a thousands of children livinjr under conditio! that are not conducive to health and strength, and in New York City are great numbers of sweat shops producing clothing a; it certainly is not at all improi able that the goods goin from tluse sweat shops ar rying contagious diseases. Then in Chicago, New York and other cities are great me>- cantile institutions that sell cheai merchandise' direct to,Uh L^con sumer. These grea'tjeorp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 20 October 1916

Die |Jkin« Bims XXXIII, No. 20 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCT. 20, 1916 Whole Number 1 . North-Roswell Highway to be Logged L Manning, Homer D. Wade, D. E. Clip, and Logging Party to Meet Shackelford Citizens Night of October 25. Spur, Tex., Oct. 14, 1S>1(!. #he Albany News, Albany, Tex.: Arrangements have been made fter much effort to have the ort Worth - Roswell Highway fed from Albany to Lubbock, He logging to begin at Albany morning of Oct. 2 >. I). E. jlp, secretary-treasurer of the Bxas Good Roads Association, Hattie McNeill of Valley Mills with Mr. Horace Higginbotham of Dallas. Miss Ruth Latham, maid of honor, entered next, fol- lowed by Master J. Carter King Jr., carrying the ring in the heart of a lily. Little Miss Eliz- abeth King, dressed in white organdy with pink ribbons, scat- tered rose petals before the bride, who entered on the arm of her father, Mr. J. H. Latham. She was gowned in white satin with tulle and silver trimmings. Her veil was fastened with orange blo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 20 October 1916

rrrrr < , THE ALBANY NEWS. [pti,, PI We have delicious cold drinks and Alta Vista Ice Cream Pure Drurfs, Toilet Articles, Sta- tionery, Cigars, Tobacco, etc. P. F. Castleberry & Son shade of truly fine portrait paint- ing. And Martin might have added that Wilson is the first really great democrat we have had in the White House since Lincoln. For the first time in fifty years the government at | Washington has been a govern- ment of, by and for the people. — Daily Oklahoman. Report of Grand Jury. THE ALBANY NEWS H8UED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING MUL BAKER, * - • Publisher ifcuradst the Foat OBIc it Albany. Tmh. ■ Hecond OliMll*IIMatt*r. SUBSCRIPTION $1 PER YEAR to the county. It belongs to the whole state and the dues paid support the association. Yet, I far from being as enthusiastic for good roads as Coleman coun- ty, we can hardly get fifty mem- bers for the home association. advertisino rates. ^mj notwithstanding the niaplay wWvrtlwmcnti. «u.«U inferttonj, 18 avata inch; ub «nurn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 20 October 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS. LIVC OCK 5TED STRAW FOR FEEDING Damonitratcd by Experiment* Made by Canadian and Other experiment Station*. There has evidently not been much relitigation on the effect of rust on ■ an to its feeding value. Most of annlyaca innde hIiow tluit rust in ■aca the feeding vnlue of the straw, he 'Dominion experiment station In inttdu and the experiment stations In jforth Dakota and Minnesota, have and that the rusted straw has a r(fer feeding value than rust-free truw. The analysis made at the |lorth Dakota experiment station one ar, however, showed that the straw *d n decreased feeding value. The laon for an Increase feeding value I explained i>y the fact that the plant produces the nourishment In the and leaves and inter passes It up the head to All out the kernels, rust Interferes with this food ■Ing up Into the head. It has u J* the Riune effect an cutting the nln for hay. The value of the rusted straw tie- piida on a good many factors, among yhlch are the time at w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 20 October 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS. vm IGWTALEW ny-maa M0RNING CRYING TIME. "Far. away," Raid Ihiddy, "there ■*«! a! Family of Ouacharo* " "Whit?" Mhouted both the Milldren •t onei. "Art?! they Bird, FIhIi, Kleali, Flow- er* or Svluit?" naked Nick. "Sik^i it name!" Hnld Nancy. "Well. I told you." aald IMddy, Shut they live for away from here •nd xi( that in why their name mi not fcmlllar to iih." "Not familiar, Daddy," nalit Nancy, "why It'* the funnlent, irtntngeat Burnt- ' I've ever hrard of In all my life. il aliould say It wan not fa- miliar)" mid Nancy laughed hard. ; "TOwie Bird*." continued Itaddy. "fta they're Birds, ure theyT" nuked Kick. "You didn't tell us thai.'' 'You hardly pave me a •tuince," •tilled Paddy. 'That'* so," snld Nancy, "and we're .mi:ill 111; all l>:uldy's time from the •tot-y. Now we'll keep Quiet und Mutin!" And th«- Children didn't nay <Hiolher word. "The OuuclinriiS are Birds and they ,are like Barn thvls thouKh Hi > wear Wt.NUern of which they arc very pn .id. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 20 October 1916

* 4 STEN: No people can expect to be permanently prosperous when recklessly wasteful. Let children be taught lessons of thrift —let every one, rich and poor alike, ac- quire the frugal habits of our forefathers BUILD YOU A HOME ROCKWELL BROS. & Lumber Dealers FOOTBALL GAMES CONWAY'S BAND AT COTTON PALACE AT COTTON PALACE liidini Universities and Colleges ef Stilt Mssieal Critics Place It in the Sane Class as Are to Contss*. Souia and Pryer. FW|an! Service Station , & N. VS, BAYLCR NOV. 11 CONCERTS BOTH DAY AND NI6H1 CO. I Will Ik* ()n° cf Itisjiceit t.ridiron Hat tie* of Sear—Waco Hi vs. Austn Hi for Texas < hampionHhip No- vember 10. Lavi-th K*|>enditure of Money .*vect"v arv to tiring Famous Musical Or- ganization to TtJW -Llatea No- vember i to lt . I rals f ffersmtala \ :j foqu««t Utt to Mil phon« In th.* and pi*.-**. .if rp*i.l. r.cr of _H Mr|y th« weak w poaaibl . If >. a know of other |i«r«on ln kimtl* wild with the nam* of th«communicant. Thin will greatly a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 20 October 1916

THE ALBANY NEW8. I fiMMsiailMs of Afeay H%h School Continued from first page. it points out, is due to a lack of equipment. What Albany needs more than anything else—more than high- ways, reservoirs, etc., which things are commendable and needed—is a first class affiliated high school, that is a school that may enter its graduates into colleges and universities of the country without examinations, with creditable standing and prestige. Our present funds are insuffi- cient to maintain such a school. To give the 210 pupils of this diatrict the advantages of a first class affiliated school would require the employment of ten teachers. Our. present funds would be able to employ that number of teachers for five months or five-ninths of a stand- ard term. T equip this .school . j that is tfive it the necessar equipment for library and labor- atory to meet the requirement, of a 1 est class school vvoi.ni c« : approximately $10 )0 With • facts before us it is evident thaf we cannot place th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 27 October 1916

$ • V' #'*' Albaitg Urtrs ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCT. 27, 1818 Dndmoiton, Woodson, •ncheoriilge, Visit Albany So full of good roads spirit is the atmosphere of this section «f the state, that everyone is up in the air on the subject. Every- one who is interested in the de- velopment of the country is for Chester Davis Sustains Broken Leg. While Chester Davis was driv- ing a wild horse near his farm Monday, accompanied by Frank Matthews, the horse ran away, turned the buggy over, and Chester sustained a broken leg. Frank received only a few and Mr. Kingsley r m Speak to Enthusiastic Audiences on Good Roads A good sized crowd of Albany and Shackelford county people scratches on the hand, hehav-i. , . , . , , ... , , .. , interested in good roads and the ing jumped out v. hen the horse i,. , . 11L good roads, and who is there l"*^an running. < hester was brought to town and the doctor set the broken bones, both bones below the knee of the left leg being broken. As the flesh was badl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 27 October 1916

H. THE ALBANY NEWS. Calves are a good price, and you should not take the chance of los- ing one with blackleg, when it can be prevented by use of Park Davis Blacklegoids. P. F. Castleberry & Son ORUC STORE of material benefit to the town not, neither do they spin; yet I in the way of bringing business. say unto you, that even Solomon We presume, in fact, that there 'n a" ^'s p'or^ was "ot , . , .. like one of these. But if liod are none but that consider the , ., ... „ doth so clothe the grass of the field, which today is, and to- morrow is cast into the oven, shall he not much more clothe highways as among Albany's best assets. Yet a number were conspicuous for their absence from a meeting which was of vital interest in an effort to rf. therefore anxious, saying. What you. 0 ye of little faith? Be not therefore anxious, saying, What I shall we eat? or, What shall we tain and develop these highways. (,rink?or wherewithal shall we i THE ALBANY NEWS P" Mill KD EVERY FRIDAY MORNING...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 27 October 1916

THE ALBAN > N kws. *\ , ■ 1 H m IS PROFITABLE ANIMAL «f Low Market Price* Be Overcome by Timely Breeding and Car*. ig ahonld be a profltuhle nl- i nqglrm less labor, lens equip I capital, makes icreater gains )pound* of concentrate*. repro Mntaeir faster unci In greuter j anil returns the money faster r other fiinil unlmnl. The fact, however, thai prices paid for i(ng recent months have been dlacouraglng. In apltw of ftc«a the animal that possesses vo advantage* tun h IU lift for hi* owner If the latter ATHLETICS, HORSE RACES FEATURED Tim Uiinriiliit and Colligit Vill lattli it the Cottn Piltei. SOLID WEEK OF HORSE RACING Track lias Been l'\A in Fimt-ClasH Condition—Generous i'lirses Are Of- fered hy the Imposition Manage- ment. Berkshire Boar. and apply aotne of tin- fun- priuciplc* underlying the Ike average farm there t-houlil 1 Improvement In breeding earn of details during farrow- Ing etc. There me many ints throughout the country Of anuill litters or else 11 great lu pig", ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 27 October 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS. of material benefit to the town not, neither do they spin; yet III" iness. I say unto you, that e^en §fllo[pon 1' mm iltiME MESSENG - Contents for October Number, published In The News by courtesy of J. Gllmore Smith, Ph. P., Superintendent THE BOY AND THE MAN. ' By Rev. C. H. Crawford. Somewhere "up North," snow on the ground, some small boys were havin« a gay time sliding down hill, right 01 the sidewalk. Along came a man and met a sled jui<t speeding own. Provoked because he had to turn nut, e upset the sled with his foot ami dumped its of boys into the snow. One saucy young- ;er sprang to his feet promptly and called to is comrades up and down th<■ hill, "0, bovs! me here apd sec a man who never was a boy in all'his life." , Of course, the small philosopher was more facetious than accurate. Every man has been boy, and it's a good thing for him to remember, igood for him and for any bo. s h • may have to do with, (iod pity the m m who has no recol- lection ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 27 October 1916

« J; THE ALBAN \ RWK. I TJie modern Tom Sawyer saw a rifle in the window. He had Jr.tended to loaf all summer, but he wanted that ritle. In order to get it he had to have money. To get money he went out and painted fences and mowed lawns — sec the point? Wake up. BUILD YOU A HOME ROCKWELL BROS. & GO. Lumber Dealers rala $ JfrraimalB j IfeqtMptiiiU readeru to mail or phone in th > nam** end place* of residence of p ft* e/rly in the we«k as poeeibia. If you know of other personals kindly send $ with the name of tha communicant. Thin will greatly aasiat The Newa in keep 0h with local happening* and will he h Ighly appreciated. -Editor.] in Salt at Burrows Gro. Pure Comb Honey at Burrows | (Iro. Co. jANjfttLS I I i Tuton of Griffin was in business Saturday. i your groceries from K. S. Judge S. C. <JofTee went to Cisco on business Thursday. FEEDS F6R HOG PRODUCTION Oest Information on Efficient Forage and Grain Cropo Given by Ex- periment Station. Tlii' best Information on the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 27 October 1916

• ' * • rl fn' 11 * v 5 :fr Wli -( Im Federal Aid May be Stamford Leader.] v In view of the possibilities in connection with Fort Worth- Roswell Highway which is soon to be logged, and which is to pass through Stamford, the fol- ing information as to Federal aid to highways will be of in- terest: 1. Assent by the state legis- lature to the provisions of the federal road act, or ponding tie- meeting of the legislature, as- sent by the governor 2. Establishment of stat• highway department, if one i- not already established. 3. Working out of a gen or I scheme by the .state highwa. department for making use >.( federal aid and tin- submissio' of the scheme to the Secretin, of Agriculture for approval. 4. Submission by the stati highway department of an upp: ffnle •f fllilrt f n • f • !• 1 • I rank J. < In n v r. it! t !■• i iiaitnrr «r tU«* lltui >>t ' ' 1 . > «V « < • > lug bu«lti« ■+* Ik lit « ' "f 1 -I ' .'in ' .« Ml air ft iijm! t,i f ' nl liriu • lb# MHU . r u...

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

Hens a mm I ;I Wl J§ '«mi- ■ u XXXIII, No. 22 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOV. S, 1916 Whole Muafcer Party Leaves Albany. Last Thursday morning D. E. olp and logging party left Al- jy for Lueders, Stamford, ermont and points on west on the Ft. Worth-Roswell Highway. f"our car loads of the Albany peo- ple went with the party as far is Stamford. At Lueders there ftaa a large crowd assembled to hear the speeches made by Mr. Golp, Judge Spencer and others, ftnd much interest was manifest- ed. At Avoca the school child- fen came out to and gave some yells and sang some songs. At Stamford the paiiv was enter- tained at the Stamford Inn for ^lunch, after which • peeclies were ttiade on the street to a small crowd. Oth£r than the fact that 'feveral car:; cam • out from Stam- ford to meet the party, not much 1 Interest was shown there. I will change you to a Democrat as sure as my old cat is black." I said "Samantha I did not know your cat was black, but she will be gray when you have made that c...

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

THE ALBANY NEWS. U ■s Calves are a good price, and you should not take the chance of los- ing one with blackleg, when it can be prevented by use of Park Davis Blacklegoids. • P. F. Castleberry & Son DRUC STORE - ' " THE ALBANY NEWS I18UGD EVERY FRIDAY MORNING MUL BAKER, - - • Publisher BlWredat th« Pott 01m «t Albany. Tmm, H#eondCla o Mai matter. SUBSCRIPTION $1 PER YEAR ADVERTISING RATES. DtepUy sahMrilwmonti. alncte ln« rtion . 16 (Mil par inrh; aub> iu«nt inn. rtion*. 12l-L> Mat* p«r tneh for «wh inMrtlon. Nnm« redur- Uon will be mtdt on idvcrtlMnitnta that or* onc- &M of • pac* or mora In aiaa. Locala and r«ad- la« notieaa. 10 canta par Una for niinl" Inaartlon. •akaaqMnt inaartlona of locala anil roadara. r. Mat* par Una for aacti Insertion. FRIDAY. NOV. 3. 1916. The prohibitionists of Fort I Worth have launched a plan to | establish a great daily paper for that city that will be "friendly to prohibition, civic righteous- j ness, law enforcement, and good governme...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 3 November 1916

M* \in\v PHID A SVBWAY TO VEHDUH FROWT 45 Feet Underground, Leads to Within 300 Yards of Germans. ICANS MAKE THE TRIP York Lawyer Narrowly Escape* •hots as Ha View* Trenches— Tunnel Cook Waa Formerly Chef to an Ambaeaador. Verdun.—Just west of here, In the •t of Artconne, there le a remark- ble mlliUyy tunnel, 45 feet under- Mid, running right ui> to within jrurda of the (ierraun treuchee. la one of the most hard-iireeeed i around Verdun, but through thin re-cnforceinent* move forward out danger, relieving every two the men on the flrlug line. There wuh a very American ntmos- i abo'it this tunnel when the wrlt- visited It, for the cutIoum fart de- doped that the two officer* In corn- were American resident*, one a ck raiser in Alberta, Cauaila, and i other a bank official of the Kranco- Derlcun bank at Lor Angeles, Cal. were bom In France, and when war broke out left their Amerlcun lines*ee to come home and flght. And they are in full charge of this un- round highway, leading up ...

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

HHP w f.M THE ALBANY NEWS. V <St. Ai KARlfl VlAlTS MOON. • time ago. "fffeeo It was feojra and Oil frond, sound I eclipse of the Mooii before I go further I think I •t tell you what an Ut-ilpae is- for i rather big a <« awful, tl > n't CHI I>U(J- f^and nil the Jtl the Land p, there Kill rw«U. when Mr. M'«r> M 'l-Mipsed' say, It enrth gels In and wtfen Mr. Sun I* >tlft4o<l' It mean* tti-n Mr. Moon I* [thlJMMJ in Itie v ity. And thai inn lies it d ark— f 0 r an K«1Jpse Is 11 •hud- ow or dnrk light. "Mr. SI mil was shining 1 . ril. lie was very bright ! and the Nky j kwiii.mI to lie 1 llgh'ii 1 ;i hy 1 hint A the | Slurs v. en- out . mil w el IwliiU- lillg Willi I mid I fun, for will lliey llll"W \,l ;t V, iis going lu 1 1; ; ii- : "Mr. HI 11 wa s ' uLso loul.i.ie \ ry fat and veil: tio-alini'is! 1- it he | wa.i r iuh'1 en . 1 big 1 ft! r r I Pretty lm- p«riant, | Am." d Jolly! He bllnki*! one eye mid Ike wiukcd Willi 111 ■ •llvr, I U'1 lie to himself: " 'The Kurtl...

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

THE ALBANY NEWS. iSTEN: You work for your money—make your money work for you. A new spirit has come over us and unexpectedly. The new watchword MADE IN U. S. A. from now on will be the bright star leading our country to greater success—why should we not lead? BUILD YOU A HOME ROCKWELL BROS. & GO. Lumber Dealers i I I I I Mrs. P. H. Williams hu re- turned from her visit in Fort Worth and Terrell. On all cash sales Saturday, Nov. 1, we will make a discount of ten per cent. J. T. Lowery. Mr. John C'ox of Fairle is here visiting her sister, Mrs. I'. Durham, who has been quite sick for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bradford moved to the Cisco community this week, where Mr. Bradford recently bought a farm. [orals sP Jfrrsmtalii We are selling the well-known 11 "BUSBY GLOVES" and will I appreciate your tflove business. ( Deats Saddlery Shop. Ladies Victimized tr; Mailorder the largest gathering of students Petticoat Csmpan* 1 and ex-students, and the great- (Dublin Progress) e8t ho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 3 November 1916

m B' 9 -yk- Mi r it f f© H p i Mil S Jf # I, ■:.& i, ' f ■ •'• " . ''*> *" •I T SlSt'ili I : n) kmtkm Fihr fliy WMle the people of the United States have been sending thirty million dollars' worth of relief to Europe and Turkey,two hundred rill-: ALBANY NEWS. in high places, I now appeal to the plain people—to fair minded men and women who would not let even a dog starve to death, no matter what his breed. I MUST CARE FOR MOTHER STRYCHNINE WILL KILL CROW thousand women and children in want to go back to Albania with Albania have died of starvation. a shipload of food. I have When each woman and child arranged for a ship- a new in Belgium has had plenty to eat, American ship, just launched and women and children in Albania fitted for sea. 1 he ship is ready have gnawed at the carcasses of an(l waiting. dead horses in the streets. "A number of distinguished William Willard Howard, of gentlemen in New York mostly New York, who has returned clergymen and editors of news- from his...

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