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

1 •ifjJr f«L XXXIII, No. 23 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOV. 10, 1916 Whole Number 1695 (fegstions and Answers on the:^()ll,at'lonnthi,||,,h,,m- Why not? The law is very plain on this, therefore if we Ivy-Biggs. Proposed Bond Issue for Good Roads Does Shackelford need a tcm of Rood roads? Yes. uvs- expect to share in this great sum that will he distributed about n'1^ April HUT, we must get busy and have our bonds voted and A surprise awaited tie AlW.anv people in the New of the mar- Cisco Sunday mornipit of Miss Roma 1 and Mr. F)eWitt Biivs. Aei-iimprini"' I by V/ilson Leading for President. T' 'lil "'ion early T i .I v p. ■ ii" vts in doubt, vv th 1 n l> din;' While he I i f t« of having tl me: 'i- a 11 id trade, considering the inht rent risk of the oil game. Eighteen months ago Mr. Parks offered to sell this entire property for $:K),200. FIRST SATURDAY RRINGS GOOD CROWD i- •! aiibor ' i elect, a .-'or of the 'Jtiii i> . , tr>' for him to mil Mr. Ritrr can . . >'• > a o ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 November 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS. PROTECT YOUR CATTLE AGAINST BLACKLEG Vaccinate before the disease makes its appe.-irarice. I ... value of one animal destroyed by BLACKLEG will p for more than enough BLACKLEG O Ml S To protect a large herd against this fatal d< ■;.« . P. F. Castleberry & Son DRUGGISTS AVIATORS FEAR i FLAMING ONIONS k British Fliers Describe Perils of Exploding Shells From De- fense Guns. ma J THE ALBANY NEWS ISSUED BVKRY FRIDAY MORNINC PAUL BAKER, • - - Publisher SnMrwJat the I'twit DDI. < ti Alb«n . T™ . ** Sncui.'J Mull Maitti-r GIRL OWNS ELECTRIC PLANT NOW HAVE THE SUPREMACY Germans Seldom or Never Fly Over Allied Lines in France—Machine la Hit Eighty Timea—Air Gets in Way. After Another Year's Study in Stan- ford University Mi i Wohlford Will Run Works. 1.01 Angeles, Oil. Miss Mnry Wofil- v„ . „ fonl, h tweuty-yeur-ohl Stanford \: 1'.- SUBSCRIPTION $1 PER YEAR( \ersltv stu<li nt and daughter of uti ADVKRTISINfi RATE* IN.-on.llt.. tm.ite.-r has unuounrr.1 f! D*,l„ ....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 November 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS, c.-:> mm LISTEN & Coiiikit.M i tlv !-:e\ st"ne of Hit* st . c- aire of truin lal an 1 cnmnifrcijl pn y- trv-. \\ t St lo.j.: 'D v ir ! I v ri te- riil things tint make fur impr. vvment— catch hoUl l:t ll.li YOt A HOME ROCKWELL BrtOS. & CO, Lumber Dealers i I I I I i ' • .r *y£: Model 85-4 f. o. b. Toledo Model 85-4 f. o. b. Toledo inrahi JJrrsmtals j A, - ! Luxurious Bigness! fffct it* r unl#r* t«> mm ' ><r ph« n Ifi th«*'i«rnri Jin«l t>la<>«t. ,f > < f ^|g|tora *-• starty in th* w «*l( ** If vm kn> uf <.t hr- • kui'lly * rid Ifceei Bilk) with thv "f t h# i1'i*ninu fi irant Thif * ill \gr*mt I • I"h -N *w 'F k *r\> | In touch «|thl«.lh.p,..n.r,I w.llk,h„h r'.w« W I | r Window class at Murr. Michigan salt at Murric's. I frank IV was in town on luis Hurt Rrook ; came to town fegss last Saturday. I'uesday to vote. Fresh hulk «rits at Rurrows Mis- Rertha All* n loft Tue.-day (^Grocery Co. for a month's visit in Waco, - 11 co. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 November 1916

TIIK \l.flANY NEWS. i I fEUED GERMANS WOULD BE HURT fr«nch Colonel Orders Prisoners From Work He Considers Dangerous. SENDS IN FROifl] INSTEAD Incident Makes Dr-p Imprcr.tion on American IndiA'.-i:;. Ccmmuitcner* —Prisoner# Well Fed and Courteously Treated. T'ali*.—Four C r-i-ui pri - nnrs nf war were dlKKlnu .i> fruin :i |>lt •hunt eight feet il' "|> |u-.t uutslile If'ir ^emi* ith tin' Aim i >-:in Imluslrit'-I <<>m- miaxii>ii of tin* A 1 ■ Manufuttur- cft' Export Mswiriiitlu;. ru.|e l>y m ail- t'ftjniiliile.s us Kl"''I "f tl«' clilitalier of Bira.ree of Iturileuiis I.leut <'<>1. porK's Clavel of tin- French iinii), Wb hum li'iiiJIiiK tli'- li'iiK Mm* of nut■ - Mobiles. ordered Ills chauffeur !•> al<>|>, and icuped from tin' lliii'>ii*i r. •Vail ihi- officer in charge of lion work." I.lcutcnnnt Colonel I'lnvel i>r d«*ri"l "f the ipinril. in a moini'iit tin- French olll< •> r hI'mkI at attention ami saluted. "Taki' those fin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 November 1916

ihe Hens Vml. XXXIII, No. 24 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOV. 17, 1916 Knur ni' years of happiness peace and prosperity to you all. V >ur old friend, Hill To Rebuild Mill. Mficial Election Returns For|^ad,ied handsomely to the bank account of the farmers of • Shackelford. ; Texas Our school is progressing un- The Commissioners met Mon- der the management of Miss *y in regular quarterly -session, j KfTie Crudeington. fhc election returns were can- Charley Dixon will leave this fused and resulted in the fol-1 week for Walnut Spring ; where lowing report for the entire | his mothei resides. COunty: Stanley Childers will soon move For President: Wilson, Dem., hack to his farm near the lilach |78; Hughes, Rep., >1; Hanly, ranch. fro., 2; Benson, Socialist, ,'tii. Daw son Davis has sold his For U. S. Senator: (' A. Cul- farm and will move to the plains. £erson, Dem., IV.):!; V W. At'hi- Arthur Isahell sold his farm gon, Rep.. II; F. II. Cannibar, last week a: d is looking fur a Pro.. 1; ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 November 1916

« ft M * The pay PROTECT YOUR CATTLE AGAINST BLACKLEG Vaccinate before the disease makes its appearance. value of one animal destroyed by BLACK LEG will for more than enough BLACKLEGOIDS To protect a large herd against this fatal disease. P. F. Castleberry & Son DRUGGISTS * 1 THE ALBANY NEWS ship of Woodrow Wilson have As she weeps arid prays alone, drawn to the party a support Haste the day, when Mothers that returns it to power with an ...... , , , Wdl help each mother raise her own. Mrs. .1. I. Owens. 501 E. .r>thAve., Houston, Texas. impressive majority. The vic- tory means at least four more yearaof government of, for, and hy the people.' THE ALBANY NEWS I88UED EVEKY FRIDAY MOKN1NC PAUL BAKER, - • - Publisher httmltl th I'wl Ofllrr al Alb njr. Thiii. "■ ■womK'Im* Mill Mater SUBSCRIPTION $1 PER YEAR ADVKKTISINti KATES. Display *4 «rtiwiT 'nlii. • inffla Inawtlniia. Ill mla Bar Inch, aatiaaqurnt mawtiona. 12 1-2 aaata par Inch for aai'h lnaarlW n. Sen#* rrduc tTm VIII U na...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 November 1916

VICTORIA CROSSES WON DURING THE WAR round at htm ami hit him. I wn.« dnzeil for n second, mid did not know whether to rn«h him or not. so I shouted to my party to Ret round th • traverse. I then reloaded and i.ej. SUlird while lh< ollifer and itu-ti hind threw homh-i at tie enemy. A little later wi L''it word to retire. I kept -rn :i r'l v. Idle my party :;ut elear of the treinhes, and then inoiiiti ed the holder and mnde my wa.< In eoverlii^ the etieiny while the hul> . >f reatest Honor That Can Come ll" • '•••' «■. of nK. me,, in n... j, ft-u; _ r.r.M' ,-. I'"''' ' -1 W. re rep, rl I lai- in to Soldier Fightu.g ■ or 21 ..,t • .-k ■ ,n i.<i . 1 1 ,i Great Britain r"n • 11 After ti. • h.-t.«i.. h.oi sttlisldeil I v.:.- ,1! („ K-,.| 1,; 11 ■ Iv in the village and tl • n ,t «I:. •. had an in'' r vi< 'A ' I aji.r il III e! ■ of the I' . A' 1 41. ■ r tip., name ; I mt ami • .lid ti, 1 SOME KfSuIS •m LIVES Peedo of Valor in Br 1 for Which Men Were Dccorat1 j in k 1 More...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 November 1916

l-i. ! )•, r* If M RE-ELECTION OF PRESIDENT WILSON SEEMS ASSU jsrr Almost Complete Returns Indicate Defeat of Charles E. Hashes in Lale l'.zzI, W L'. k : t n P A i Art:,-.a A. • ..i la, <• a I ' <>' ! i-.i .(lit jtlror.xla Tuesday's Election. Ik,"^b 11' . ;J, i j \' "r. ...... ^TWKN y - - "f, ;0jmk \\ A Vote Klrt'tora! Vote 1- 3 9 1.: b t, M 4 liJ ! . 10 I. I j\ Jfo, yjP* '6\ V. . • mf HU /' !. .(. / 6'>.Y' I - <> a I • * < I «' f « n 4 1 > II *' r « I 4 « •' ■ a < C * J i < } 1 l ;td il \\ il . Iv ii Tin (*r ° '♦ bo • 1 In? .i ! \« 1\ t<> of h r a wn t'if • It \M f!t 'I I's fan* of ili • i ii tier ' 1 «l of t!i | ? - d 'fi 1 i a I < OJI.dd • d th Mint .i. v, ii •"!<* v ii« !. •• • I r IVI'I, 11 ♦ < of Uiw • t i i> 1 « ncfiiHir:: il r •d tl ■ i i ; It W! I S< *. \ H Re- e • . ' for .in : to h • ii i1 { ' "if t| to I 'il I Ik ,l( "l- , r V. • -t r ,1 In « I } t 1 or i i * 3e r- . •i * *t. i. IL 0 * I ■* il v gt.rl hi At * I ■> «' ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 November 1916

LISTEN: tor *n, nun firnk ' frnt "Here's a concern advertising shirts with- out buttons" said the married man. "Nothing new ahout that," said the bach- elor, "I've been wearing them for years." SHAME ON YOU OLD BACH Get mar- ried— BUILD YOU A HOME ROCKWELL BROS. & CO. Lumber Dealers i I I I I i M P h.. at poi . i will 4 JM ralH sP JfrratmalB j 4 ■ ii 1,1.1 rci V\ in tui Mi [Th# Newe requretH tin r*Hf1erii to mail or phone In th« iianmw and pIh«*«<m of rwiidene* of •ay vliiitori ft* early in thr we«k an possible. If you know of of hrr personal* kindly «*nil A|ao with the Marnc of tha communicant. Thia will irrea'.ly assist The Npwh in kerp- | Inilntonch with local happeninK* nr! willbohi«hlyappr ciat«*d Fditor. | g h Vindow glass at Murrie's. Michigan salt at Murrie's. tin Sil and Mrs. Fed Dodson have Miss Gladys Sedwick returned \t |ew girl at their home. et your lard cans and Mich- salt at Burrows Grocery Co. jjeorge Conrad left Monday ^ning for a business trip to Worth. you...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 November 1916

[ WINTER GRAZING IS QUITE ECONOMICAL H«* n ttM WH*l W.Uh. "h la 'kU - Juvwlar. Combinations In Furniture. I'urnlturw ma? b« purchased for or- V^WJ t - ■ «r "that ih t*r«j w^tci; caitIhU by nanu'nt or comfort. Where comfort la combined with th.* ornamental, the Ideal condition [irefalln. But there t*t ar« so UKiriT people whone ideas of iuk, uraame'itul do not conform with com «ii. fori thut the 1' nitura makers Uo not r1v.u>.-< try to combine comfort and or- nament in tlio inakiriK of their prod- uct. In halt of the homes at least a woman ii'ar «• « acwuat# tubt The reason for hU • .«**-. ••• that '• Uarke.vtd young «uij«i ,'.1MM«1 out of l! • . . • " i: tl id her !.•■■¥ « I * k. > ■ ;. •'! i'h• >i' 11K 1- ty ' '> r.i. nil why a br * t • ;•!•• * 1 out of ' I'd'1 bo ,uli k y, L it I'.. !■ -v *4 i-l * Mi'lulneiJ H ui' if.. V w """ \r. V •• '-.n| • ' ■ - -rJ ■ .'i ;i v -r> ; A I<-1 of t cull on t .■ fr •. T ' 1L'' *r ■ \u\f la'ly b* •. ; iii'ii ot 4, • ' . •. v. t ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 24 November 1916

n s Meats f«L XXXIII, No. 25 5$ a 3 ft a ^ *K> h im ni* B l BS W? I is & nte rati ial« * in liciifi f°CB fWEi (tore! of i. lis f ta M * nap i Ess of fa r.«c> of C* .1* K.il nut Its It i* \\ * a* \(K* Jftfc JSC * If f1 **► in* h«r* liw^ tortm* tl*' H«f **4 r !«j** of* fitfJ *+ it* V T* ,ro# ** ? s of * K -2 a STOCK SHOW IN ALBANY FIRST SATURDAY IN DECEMBER _____ For the next hirst SaturJav, Dec. j, th * Yo um Men's Booster Club will >:ive prizes for ihe best -'oa.; an,I | itil- |ry. Pens will be built on the Court Ho • lawn tor .ill entries. Wh;it you h ive to show must Iv in these p ns by- 12 o'clock. I • jtt.Um^ will be^in it j p. m The followiiv,: pri/es will be aw u,le i: Best milk cow. ist prize $2.oo, blue ribb >11 " " " 2n.i prize, red ribbon. Best Hereford cow, 1st prize 52 00. PI 1 • >i'th " jikI prize, red ribb ■:. Best Hereford bull. 1st prize $2. 0, blu • :ib!- ■> v " 2nd prize, red rtbiaon. Best jack. 1st prize >->.<> . blue ribbon. " 2n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 24 November 1916

14 hif r i THE ALBANY SEW'< PROTECT YOUR CATTLE AGAINST BLACKLEG Vaccinate before the disease makes its appearance. The value of one animal destroyed by BLACKLEG will pay for more than enough BLACKLEGOIDS To protect a large herd against this fatal disease. P. F. Castleberry & Son DRUCCI8TS live that long on such a dire and barren prospect. It might be to his interest as well as to that of the renter for the land owner to think twice before causing such an unnatural and unfortunate condition. Yes, Mam! Live at Home. The high cost of wheat is caus- ing many to sow down all the land they can. But what if the; ________________________ European war should end before; well. He need not have much next harvest? I hen the bot-i fear for the high cost of living. l°m would dropout ot the wheat It pays to prepare to live at market. Russia would Hood the home. European countries with her | stored up grain and American __ A Life of Service. wheat would have to seek a mar BDBS( R11 * I ION ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 24 November 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS. LISTEN: (We have plans of almost an indefinite num- ber of modern homes, as also modern farm structures of all kinds. Call and look them over or phone us and we will gladly bring them to you. ROCKWELL BROS. & GO. Lumber Dealers tflrala # Jfersmtals [ (Thf Now# itm rnftjerft to mail or phoiu* In the mtrm-t uml i Ihc«'h of ronulcnt of My ?liltor 'in i rly In thi* week tin ponaible. If you know of other pcrnnnalu kindly H *nd with thf iiinr of the communicant. Thiw will irrcat ly attaint Tin* Ncwh in k#*cp- inff In touch with local happening* an<J will he highly uppreriatf*!. Kiutok. | SBT^'Tv ^ .* it<i<i iM i \« l pi Model 85-4 f. o. b. 3'oledo Model G5-1 f„ c. b- Toledo I Window glass and putty. Rockwell ttros, &. Co. Alamo coffee is the beat the narket affords. Burrows Grocery Co. I have a few household goods eft. will sell cheap. Call and ee them. Mrs. .1. C. Renfro. We have a variety of racket is at the Racket store. Sec ibefore buying. .). H. Kri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 24 November 1916

i HE hp J "V" Stop the First Cold. A cold does not Ret well of it- self. The process of wearing out a cold wears you out, and your cough becomes serious if neglected. Hacking coughs drain the energy and sap the vitality. For 47 years the happy combi- nation of soothing antiseptic bal- sams in Dr. King's New Discov- ery has healed coughs and re- lieved congestion. Young and old can testify to the effective- ness of Dr. King's New Discov- ery for coughs and colds. Buy a bottle to-dav from vour druggist, 80c.-Adv. ' AN EPITOME OF EVHft DOMiSTIC AND FOREIGN HAP- PENINGS SERVED UP IN AT- TRACTIVE STYLE. T>« 'ruin*. Ok.. T. W C. A hw tiv •mjrnratM * for the raid Inn -rf nUli which lo build and Kjnlp n homr Throo yrri—i si Ij;n for fjn'ls foi h > MCA Institution r j;i'l il al nio.M Nn n« * r f 417 ri,- :i wlio have i, iw EUROPEAN WAR HAPPENINGS th« l irn< if tlic nat iunal drfttiso J at;, HUP niuilc i i .•!!< by thr wsu Appil Iron) Everything Important That Could B« <|,-Wtrt...

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

Hems - pi . w >yf" I * | sp ♦ v -2 XXXIII, No. 26 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DEC. 1, 1916 CK SHOW IN ALBANY FIRST SATURDAY IN DECEMBER For the next f;irst Saturday Dec. 2, the Young Men's Booster Club will give prizes for ihe best stock and poul- try. Pens will be built on the Court House lawn for all entries. What you have to show must be in these pens ksy 12 o'clock. The judging will begin at 2 p. m. The following prizes will be awarded: •Best milk cow, ist prize $2.00, blue ribbon. 2nd prize, red ribbon. •Best Hereford cow, 1st prize $2.00, blue ribbon. " 2nd prize, red ribbon. •Best Hereford bull, 1st prize $2.<x>, blue ribbon. " " " 2nd prize, red ribbon. •Best jack, 1st prize 52.00. blue ribbon. " 2nd prize, red ribbon. Best stallion, 1st prize $2.00, blue ribbon. " " 2nd prize, red ribbon. Best colt under one year, 1 st prize 52.00, blue ribb >n. " " " " " 2nd prize, red ribbon. >Best mule colt, under one year, i^t prize $2.00, blue ribbon. 2nd prize, red ribbon. B...

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

THE ALBANY NBW8. as* 1 *■ The pay PROTECT YOUR CATTLE AGAINST BLACKLEG Vaccinate before the disease makes its appearance. value of one animal destroyed by BLACKLEG will for more than enough BLACKLEGOIDS To protect a large herd against this fatal disease. P. F. Castleberry & Son DRUCCI8TS THE ALBANY NEWS MHITF.n EVERY FRIDAY MORNINC, PAUL BAKER, ■ • • Publisher ■ttaradat th* Poat Offlre at Albany. T«m. u Second Ciaaa Mm) I Matter might have to he amended. It is believed these measures would insure alike to the benefit of the owner and the non-owner, because, it they induced the own- er to part with his unimprove I land even at the -ame or lower price than that at which it was former!) held, hi would earlier begin to receive >omi' return- iron capital theretofore inactive, and the former nun owner might have a more favorable opportui! itv to make the purchase upon mu it terms as would enable hie to pay for it. Bu\ing might he come cheaper than renting It is possible that many o...

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

K r.HA NY NEWS TEXAS NEWS HEFS AN ANNIVERSARY By SUSAN CLAQETT. TO Helm FOR CITY PLANNING HI t« I ffld j «y ore | >*. welli of u <*| Bltsd SUtM Might Well Take s Les- i From German Builders Who Hsvs Studied the Work. The marked adranc« In thought city planning in Indicated by reception accorded the report of Nsw York commission on build- districts and restrictions. Ten ago the suggestions made In report would bare been regard- as blgbly revolutionary and bead- straight for KoclallPtn one thing the report recom- tbe establishment of a "aona I," a method long hko adopted Oermany. and a plan long needed American cities Tho economic e,.tbe upsettl .„ of realty values. I disturbance of the city's fiscal sys- Isvolved In tho growth of every ring American city haw been self- dent. Thin haH been brought about 1 the incursion of factories into old lentlal districts. lowered values, a i In another section, and then tha story over aguin, with homes al just one Jump ahead of the far 'City...

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

TO* ALBANY NEWS. The Orphans Home Messenger Contents for November Number, published In The News by courtesy of J. Gllmore Smith, Ph. D., Superintendent^ THE CRY OF THE ORPHANS. Say—Did you ever stand ofT and watch a motherless and a fatherless child crv? The cry «eems different from any other cry. It is the cry of the night, without any thought or hope Of a dawn. The wee bit hand is lifted to the wee hit face, to wipe away the big tear, and it l done in a strange and woe-begone way. I •aw such a child cry the other night. We say. "the cry of a million in Armenia " It is awful. But the cry of 5,000 homeless children in Texas ought to I>e heeded. There is not an orphan Child in the southwest, but what could tell a Story as full of tragedy as any human existing, could they but speak. "This is the first time in my life when I knew what it meant not to be cuffed and scold- ed," said.a young girl not long ago ." "One of the crying shames of the ag«' is that of the neglect of the state ...

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

LISTEN : Ki hi Call at our place of business and look over our plan books. They will give you helpful sufwrestions about building. Phone us or drop us a line if you would like us to these plans to you. rllorals flrrflmtals (ffcaMawaraquaatailaraadaratomailor ph<ina In tha namta and plaraa of raakfanra of | 1 ■j^MrvMtoraaaaarl; In tha aa poaaibla. If ,ou know of othar paraonala km.il, Mod ftaaalM with tha nama of tha fommuriwant Thla will (raatly aaaiat Tha Nawa in ka«p. fetntawll wltk l<*al tiappamngaand willbahighlyapprarlatad kdito* j i h ■ —_• rHK ALBANY NEWS. Automobiles Which Do You Prefer ? " * • i ROCKWELL BROS. & GO. Lumber Dealers Pullman or Freight ? v 2 yindow t glass and putty. Rockwell Bros. & Co. ! Craham flour at Murrie's. tni " The ma'i attraction on First Haynes of B eckenridge J Saturday will be the Bazaar at " ting her sister, Mrs. Ben j the Center building. {ing, this week. H Ui We sell window glass and Rockwell Bros. A Co. No one would think of rid...

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

\% «' THE ALBANY NEWS. ORAI NIN6 WET LANDS Operation Improves Physioa) Condition of the Soil. Make* Ground Mora Porous and Frl- able and Therefore Easier to Work—Hoots of Plants Given Greater Feeding Depth. Lar.ilft that art' too tvt-t for the most frofltnMt' pnxlwtlon of errcpa, .mirh aa wet Ipvf-I land, low spot* nn'l the ilry (BbnolN of tint amis on the miinmlM Of knolls, rivrr ami crvvk bottoms, $nd pent bofc's, should f>** dnilti«*d. Bvrn uplands may often he ilrnlnt'il With profit, i-sppctnlly hlllsldrs Nuhjt-rt to erosion or tn.-llnt'l to ! • "sjM.utj." lntlet-il. ilrninugt- Is profitable wlier #rer It Is nut'si. r' tt> tin fi.lli -.1 ns«" J§£pv* p ,.ivy wm AN EPITOME OF EVENTS DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN HAP- PENINQ6 SERVED UP IN AT- TRACTIVE STYLE. ——. Straw Thrown on Tile to Prevent Erv trance of Fine Sand and Silt. «f the land. It is not uncommon for lauds too wt t fur cultivation to |.ro 4u< uIn n <lruln.il HO to 70 bushels of rorn < r outs or from «m*- to om- • ...

Publication Title: Albany News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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