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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 5 January 1917

THR ALBANY v .\\ m JOHN JELUC08 ITEN: i are equipped with modern plans for tlM construction of most anything in the jing line. We invite you to use us and facilities. 'fcUILD YOU A HOME!! ROCKWELL BROS. & CO. Lumber Dealers :ala # luminals j ■ lUrMdcratn mail or phono In the n*rr. and plan.* of rMuftnr* of | • Wriy In tb« WMk u poMibl*. If you know ofuthtr pnraonala kindly send ^kUMSUMof thacoamunirant. Thla will matly aaaiit Tha Na«a In k«*p- it kwlthlaeal h«pp iilng *"d willbohif hlympprrciatfd. - Edito*. ) 2 feed from Sanders' •tore. aer of Moran vis- i folks Christmas. | Mrs. Eaton Reynolds from a visit in Ft Coffee is in a iaelf BurrowsGro. Co. Seal Brand Flour has no equal. Burrows Gro. Co. Admiral Sir John Jelhsoc, who wait appointed first sea lord of the ad „ Aii ' ""'"'ty. being succeeded In command r reeman Alexander pays the j of the grand fi « v/i<-« Admiral sir highest prices for furs and hides. | D vld km of Temple is bar mother, Mrs. R. Duroc Jersey Boar. Bths ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 5 January 1917

51< if An appreciative audience heard A. J. Barton, Supt. of the Iti-Saloon League, speak at the kptist church Monday nignt. tan able address. Dr. Bariu told of the onward strides of u prohibition movement. Mr. Wm Bndford conducted the singing ti by his solos assisted gn at. entertaining the audience. Dr. Barton is an able speaker, •Sid is recognized as being one u, the greatest forces in the pi hibition camp. He believes in his c >use, lit Eiibition will triumph, a demon alcohal will be diiv i the state and nation. Thi conviction gives him couragc to •wry on his great warfare. Dr. Barton and Mr. Bradford went toNewcombTuesdiy aftei itoon, and to Breckenrige Tue day night where meetings wer held. Winter Brings Colds to Children. A child rarely goes througi the whole winter without a e >iu Mid every mother should huv a reliable remedy handy, Fever, lore throat, tight chest arm croupy ciMigh i are sure symp- toms. A dose of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey wtli b<i>en the phle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 January 1917

Hie Mum Hens '1 "dm XXXIU, No. 32 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JAN. 12, 1917 Whole Namber 1794 Stock On Display Trades * • > m M «r m into I UNI mM. *# km* mil Notwithstanding the fact that prizes were offered last First y Trades Day, a number people put their fine stock in pens for show. Mr. H. He^- s fine animal recently ;ht from Missouri was on lay and admired by many. J. F. Sedwick's fine year- , Dr. Casey's hereford heifer H. C. Herron's Jersey were |p the pens. Tom Crow had a lot Of fine pigs on display. The following poultry was on Oxihibition, some of it for sale: Partridge Rock chicks belong- ing to Mrs. J. M. Wood; a Single Comb Brown Leghorn rooster belonging to 11. C. Herron; Several Columbian Wyondotts belonging to Mrs. C. I.. Leib; Several Rhode Island Hods from Mrs. Z. W. Casey's yard. W. C. Gillen's drove of horses Should also be mentioned. The free auctioneer W. M. Biggs, was called to tin; west Side of the county on urgent business, and hence no sales by auction were ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 January 1917

IFF V J THE ALBANY NEWS. M'l] I I i, r « r ' THE UNIVERSAL CAR The rtv Foid pric* s hav< brought the pleasures urd pxfitpf motoring within the reach of ad- d<ri thciutfinds, while the now features: large rudif.'tor ard onc'ostd fan, hood with streamline iffict; cr< wn fenders both front and rear; en- tile Unci; finish arid nickle trimmings, place the Ford in appearand* right in the front rank of tmart looking cars. It is a mighty handsome car with all the built-in merits, which keep more thun 1,500,COO Ford cars in active daily service. The same unequalled Ford qualities for work or pleasure. Better buy your Ford at once. Touring <*nr Runabout f !1" (loupolot ?r>o.r, Town Cur iUiUn $4Vt■" b. Ltotroit f. «. b. On sale at Ford Garage, VV. ,J. Dodson, I'rop. but only those who own either personal or realestate property in the precincts forming the new road district. With this large number of voters signing the petition, its success at the polls is practically assured. Es...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 January 1917

TfttiALBAMi >KWS. LISTEN: For your own sake, for the sake of the family at home, the wife and children, the mother or sister, keep Roing. Be a representative citizen— BUILD YOU A HOME!! ROCKWELL BROS. & GO. Lumber Dealers i i i i i Corals f ftfrsonala (TIm New« requests its readers to mail or phone In the name* and places of renldence of mnw visitors as early In ths week ss possible. If you know of other personsls kindly send tfcem also with the nsrns of ths communicant. This will irreatly assiat The News in keep tut in touch with local happenings and will be highly appreciated. Editor.] 1! Buy your feed from Sanders' 11 and feed store. P. J. Y>rkers of Lueders was , Albany on business Monday. Freeman Alexander pays the IWfighest prices for furs and hides. wr> For Sale or Trade-.'? Kood nd hand cars. J.W. George. 0. H. Kunkle of Ft. Griffin in Albany on business Wed- IHfresday. mil Registered Duroc Jersey Boar. Bven months old. cheap, Henry Palm. Mitch White of Woodson ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 January 1917

nil. ALBANY NEWS. mi iS /H l ;%« '■ i r I ft i ■ ■ To the People of Texas and their Legislators Elect: *3 This is a paid advertisement intended to give reasons why the present law of Texas relating to the ration of oil companiee should be amended ao as to allow Texas corporations lika those of oth« states to puna* *B of the several branches of this single business. The Texas Company is engaged in purchasing, refining and marketing petroleum, and as a part of Its busi- ness owns and operates a system of pipe lines. It is incorporated under the laws of Texas and is handicapped se- riously by the inadequacy of its charter powers. It haa no direct power to prospect for and produce crude oil. And as the law now stands it can obtain this power only by reorganizing and taking out a charter in some othur state. thus becoming a corporation of that state and ceasing to be a corporation of Texas. / Heretofore the stockholders, by a separate producing organization, have borne the burden of obta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 19 January 1917

- * I Kit §dhmi rm xxxm, No. 33 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JAN. 19, 1917 Whole Number IT Ti Produce First Grade Cream. By J. Lynn Thomas. lagrippe, is much better, thanks, and hopes to be on hand at all services next Sunday. The subject of the sermon next Sunday morning will be, , , , , . J. "A World-Wide Love." At milk is absolutely tndis-1 niffht the gubject wi„ be ..petep ible to the production or Introduce«l to Himself." How i of the highest grade. To ja your |oye? pjow mucj, Mini Sells Ranch To Schneider. Hill School House in Election Pre. No. Six (6): at Newcomb School House in Election Pre. — — No. Seven (7); all of said voting O. A. Allen closed a deal last places being within the territory week in which he sold his 1300 embraced in Road District No. Albany Men Receive Meriwether, to take eharg* <* the construction of this work in Bank rl omotion.' each of the counties between Ft Worth and El Paso, and that Relatives and friends in Al-'eac^ c0"nty f°"ow the recora- bany rreei...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 19 January 1917

THE ALBANY NEWS. i\A lit UNIVERSAL CAR Three strung reason* urge >ou to ouy the Ford car: First, because of its record of satisfactory service more than fifteen hundred thousand owners; Second, because of the reliability of the Compan> which makes it; Thiril, because of its large null:, tor and endowed tan, streamline hood, crown fenders front and rear, black finish, nick- el trimmings, it is most attractive in appear- ance. In llietc must be added its wonderful economy in operation and maintenance about two cents a mile; likewise, b> reason of its sim- plicity of construction, anyone can care tor it. Touring &t Hun*U>u liiUWv-* * I <k*> T wr f « J t f o | |'«tM it. On sale at Ford Carage, W. J l> dson. Prop. Henry Van Dyke, in his "Joy and Power," says: The strong- est of all obstacles to the advance of evil is a clean and generous man, doing his duty, from day to day, and winning others, by his cheerful fidelity, to serve the same Master.—Virginia Quit- ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 19 January 1917

fcl L Ail i •I J MM •fai Mrf! THK l LB ANY NEWS. STEN: New conditions surround us from day to day, calling for the best that is in us- for increased effort. Play the game with in- creased enthusiasm. BUILD YOU HOME!! "I I I I ROCKWELL BROS. & CO. | BIG POUND CHINAS popular Lumber Dealers gj iralfl $ Jlmwttalfi -i Chief Charactcrntio Are E if>, Ml turlly and Rapidity of F*tt r.,ng —Alio Good Ruttle t iNmnqiMtiiliiwImlo miliar phot.* In lk« i i end plvw of >Mld«nrn u Hmuh'Ii in the ««*k •• paMlhla If r<ni know ef other peraanele hlrtrilr n.l Itles ltliUe e ef the com nlr«nl Tkle will erxellr eeelel The N m in k«r| mekwltk Intel k« pealnieend fcprroa I . ! J iro Liquid Smoke at i Gro. Co. Bur- H1 Tidwcll is at home from it on a visit. f your meal from Sanders, kind you used to get. R S. Murrie made a business i to Dallas this week. [ trim? your furs and hides to in Alexander for highest The Dallas Semi-Weekly Farm and The Albany News, one year for $1.75. Sub- now. Buy your...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 19 January 1917

pew , THI ALBANY NEW*. COMING TO Cisco and Stamford Doctors Rea Bros. Amricxn Physician Specialists Giv- |RC Frac MwHcal Services ta the Sick. Cisco At Tha Hartman Hotel Monday January 22 Stamford *At The Stamford Inn Tuesday January 23 Drs. Rea Bros., licensed by the States, are visiting the princpial cities throughout the lJnit* <i States, demonstrating their sys- tem of treatsng diseases anil de- formities without surgical < perat- lon; will give free treatment («*x- cept a small charge for medicines and appliances) to all those who apply in person on thijj particular visit. According to their developed ■ystem no more operations f< r Appendicitis, (i ill Stones. Howe Ulcerations and Impactions, do ing away with the knife and much expense in the treatmeti of these dangermH disea--.es. 1> diseases of the Kidney.-. Madder. Nervous Diseases, Epilepsy, I'ar alysis slow growth, in children. Club Feet, Curvature of th Spine and diseased of womer, tney have had much experienc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 26 January 1917

Utr Mutm Dtm ♦ ♦111 No. 34 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JAN. 26, 191T ID H. MCCARTY BUYS THE ALBANY NEWS Notice Of Road Bond Election in Road Manager of Election in Election District No. 2 in Shackelford County, Texas. THE STATE OF TEXAS, Shackelford County. On this the 8th day of Jan., Precinct No. Four (4); Hugh Powers is hereby ap- pointed Manager of Election in Election Precinct No. Five (5); W. C. Workman is hereby ap- pointed Manager of Election in (Albany News was sold by the present publish- 1 owner to Richard H. Mc- of Aspermont. Mr. Mc- ' has edited the Aspermont ' for several years, and has I a great success of his pa- 1 to going to Aspermont dished papers in Weather- land Putnam, but his main an editor and publish- i in Albany. He ran the ay News for six years and a coveted reputation as a iper man. returning to Albany he j the past eight and on^ half pose of constricting, maintain- Texas, shall be allowed to vote, lore returns to his old home j ^ cars. 1 wish jou all much jug...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 26 January 1917

ur/-": Wm, i <zfo>r*cC THE UNIVERSAL CAR t * Xhraew Ford cars arc up-to-the-minute in ap- pearance. with larite radiator and enclosed fan, hood with full streamline effect, crown fenders front and rear, black finish with nickel trim- mings--.'! snappy looking car -and with all the dependable, enduring; and economical qualities *that have mode thp Ford "The Universal Car." One fact is worth more than a ton of guesses. Ford cars are selling five to ten over any and all other cars, simply because they give more satis- factory service, last longer and are easier to operate and cost less to maintain. T*nrtng Car Nunil mjt $.' 45 |W. Town Cat |.M. %tio f. o. b. Itotroit On pale at Pord Garage, W. ,J. Dodson, Prop. THE ALBANY NEWS That education is best which _ . fits people to add something to ■SUED HVKRY FRIDAY MOKNING the comfort and well being of g£Ul p . . B..ui>iu> mankind. Publisher ■t Mm Put Ottos at Albunr Imu, u s««ondcumMfttiKiattrr \\ e an- fighting Germany, SUBSCRI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 26 January 1917

[STEN: tou get the MOST of the BEST for the LEAST when you buy from us. Give us a chance to prove this statement when you need anything in our line. BUILD YOU A HOME!! ROCKWELL BROS. & GO. Lumber Dealers irala {kramalB I lM«war*4UMUIU rmlMi to mail *r phorm In tha mna in.I plana uf raatdanca of IH aarlf in lb* weak u poaalblo If yon know of athar paraonala kindly aantf lilto with lb* nana af tha communicant. Thia will (raatly aaalat Tha Nawt In kaap llnth with local happaaingaand willba hlghlf appraclatad Editor. ) ie sell 8 steel game traps. and Mrs. Goldman King i a fine baby boy at their 1 your feed from Sanders' i feed store. , II. Pierce of Stephens cou n in Albany on business iy. i Sanders do your grind- i Mill runs every Saturday. .! ,J. Crow of Newcomb at- to business in Albany ay. D. Diller has been try- ; his new Overland which it from the local dealers. Seal Brand coffee at Murrio's only. See R. S. Murric for Sherwin William's paints and varnishes. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 26 January 1917

F • rr FmLauM DM Mp Tenants. Mis Renters to Purchase Lands Mi Pay Half Dawi to Owner. By Frank R. Wilson. F«d«ral Farm Loan Bnreau, Waahington, D. C. (In Dallaa New ) Students of American agricul- ture have been greatly consern- M over the remarkablo increase to farm tenantry. 1 Years ago, when '.ami was itiful and cheap, tenantry i almoat unknown. The man tho wanted to farm simply wont it and purchased cheap lauti or ttled on Government land. Jly all of the land was by owners. When the supply ot cheap rid became exhausted and most the land occupied, there \vas ito longer an outlet fur the in- creasing number of landless farmers. Consequently, those Who wished to engage in the business were compelled to viick- er With those who already held title to the lands. The result was a rapid and astonishing in- crease in the value of linds. Farm land ownership now repre- sents billions of dollars in land values which constitute a posi- tive bur to the getting of farm homes by landless farmer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 2 February 1917

Wm \ Iflnnt Hens P xxxm, No. 35 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEB. 2, 1917 JlT* ■ fir the Orphanage. f, J. Gilmore Smith returned morning: from Ballinger i be spoke Sunday morning 'the interest of Reynolds B. One little girl return- ith him. She had been away int of the death of her Dr. Smith is expecting i children in this week from rille, Texas. Church is the tine to do it. Make plans for raising at least 125 good pullets. Next fall cull out 25 of them and give the other 100 a chance to prove to you that a farm flock of chickens is not a necessary evil. This is not a sermon in behalf of the Texas hen, but I do wish to say that she is not given a square deal. She is not given a fair chance. If you do not think much of her allow your wife, boy or girl a chance to make some money by giving the farm poultry flock adequate care and attention. Every Texas farmer can well afford to give the matter of raising chickens serious thought during the next few months. xt Sunday morning, Dr. J re Smith,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 2 February 1917

mmi Sift DB THE ALBANY NEWS. i' P •I I •* -! THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford with the new features: large radiator and enclosed fan, streamline hood; crown fend- ers front and rear, and entire black finish, is one of the most attractive cars on the market. These qualities in combination with the smaller purchase price bring the Ford within the possi- bilities of nearly every home. Why forego the pleasure and convenience of Ford travel another day? Ford prices again reduced and Ford qual- ity higher than ever. Small expense of opera- tion and upkeep-the utmost in motor car value and service for business and pleasure. Touring Car $R60 Runabout I; C Coui>elet lfiOr Town Car (M*f> Sedan $U4j ' * Vi — f. o. h. Detroit. On sale at Ford Garage. W. Dodson, Prop. rr- THE ALBANY NEWS I88UED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING MUL BAKER, - - - Publisher 0tter*dit tba Post Ofle« at Albany. Tmh, >■ Sacond Claa* Hal I Mattui, Subscription $1 per year Road Bond Issues have been carried, in Texas, without a s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 2 February 1917

THE ALBANY NBW8. STEN: You are next door to opportunity. Meet it and make the most of it. This can and will be done if you go about it in the right spirit and in an intelligent way. BUILD YOU HOME!! ROCKWELL BROS. & Lumber Dealers I I I I GO. | I iorab prrsnnals Ult« I—(Unto pallorphon«In th« nam— and place, of residence of f vMtar* u Mrljr !□ th« week u pouibl*. It you know of othor panonala kindly lend I alas with tha name of tba communicant. Thla will troatly aaalit Tho New, In koop- I la touch with local happentnaaand wUlbohlthlyapproclatod.-EDIToa.) 1 sells steel game traps. Seal Brand coffee at Murrie's only. i per cent off on sweaters ly at Lowery's. il Dinner every Saturday ISunday. Model Cafe. i p#r csnt off on men's and J'l pants Saturday at Low- [ W. L Morris and J. A. Rodri- l made an auto trip to Moran y. ie r>H for seasonable veg- and anything in grocer- ior hardware. R. M. Titus of Throckmorton pity is one of The News' new iMribers. W« appreciate your trade and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 2 February 1917

V Y'V'' /v'.v & fm S The Orphans Home Messengt Contents for January Number, published In The News by courtesy of J. Gllmore Smith, Ph. D. Superintendent il"'M m VJ> 1 <J . '' 'Vi if 1®$ « : i , I want to correct an item in the January Mes- senger. The Canadian church gave me $152.60 not 1252.60. It was my mistake. The management of the home felt sorry that all the news could not be printed in the January Messenger. We did our best. We doubled our sfee at double the expense, even then we did not accomplish it. We hope no one felt bad about it, We know the people like to have their items published, and we like to do it when we deem it Wise. If we failed to get your item and gifts please call our attention to it, and we will try to Grange for it We start out this month by say- iag we are grateful to the many friends who vsmembered us at Xmas. The church has been generous since Xmas. One large and needful gift has come to us, perhaps the largest and most needed and useful gift...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 9 February 1917

jyv' i; *■ Die lAang Seas •i '"*>■ J. "/flt ,ZZXllIf No. 36 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEB. 9, 1917 kerlTM ROAD BOND ISSUE of the County Depends Largely on Result of Election Next Thursday —What are You Going to Do? ■••I IURSDAY will be a red letter day in the history of Shack- elford county. On this date, t being the 15th inst., we will er go forward or backward, will it be? rating these road funds. Some people seem to think that it is the purpose of those who will have the distribution of this fund to spend same on the main highways, and leave other roads In the beginning of this article 'n the lurch. Well, now, let's want to say there is not a 8ee about that. In the first yle argument for bad roads; IT'S WORTH IT 0. 0. McRIMMON "The Albany News" to be $1.50 per Annum after April 1st On account of the high priced paper. The Albany News will raise its subscription price on April 1st to $1.50 per year. Less than two years ago we were pay- ing $2.80 per bundle for news; today we are p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 9 February 1917

If * n lii ■1 <i w 'I ' i •' • f: 4 \ 1 a A ' r rw* •" f1 m- U 1 (i m Well, it ain't none of nobody's! and climatic conditions cannot business if we did come back— be beat in the State. Are you we had a special invitation to going to help us bring these come. THE ALBANY NEWS MUBD EVERY FRIDAY MORNING ■start N. McCarty, Ed. and Publisher 2 1st tfc• M (Mem at Albany. Inn. M SUBSCRIPTION $1 PER YEAR ADVHtTlSING RATES. m lliw iit •tncla InMrtlona, Ik ik: aatHMt taMrtkm*. 111-2 ua (or h ^n««rtton. Sou radae- W—U t«w on - a mm or bom la ata*. Locals and raad- MlU pm Mna tm *ln«la inaartkm. ,jant 11 mi Ilia ■ of Ionia and raadara. ( parllfM faraath laaartlar. FRIDAY, FEB. 9, 1917. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT With this issue of The News .there is a new man behind the gun. For eight and one-halt years Mr. Paul Baker has had the management of The News. • and his many friends will be sorry to learn that he has re- tired. Paul Baker is a good newspaper man, he has worked hard to give this people a ...

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