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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 9 February 1917

w>. - THE UNIVERSAL CAR A new car in appearance, with large radiator and enclosed far; streamline hotd; crown fend- ers, front and rear; all black fii ish-a mighty handsome car-and yet the tame reliable Ford ■implicit), f-trtngth and economy. The ever- ircreasing d«mand for Ford can is mainly due to the dependable, practical service given by the car in use, in every line of hum; n activity, and the further fact that it is a pleasure car in the broadest Fense. It is "work an! play" com- bined in one car. It is a better car than ever before, and Ford Service is as universal as the car Tourinu Cur «3M KunaUut «I45 Coupelrt ISO.', T.iwn C«r «,«, S.,lun «f |- — f. o. I . bet rot t On sale at Ford Garage, W. J. Dodson, Prop. Swat the fly Hatafcries In order to save exertion later on, to say nothing of patience and profanity, now is the time to wage unrelenting warfare against the filthy, pestilential fly, who will soon be swarming in annual convention, with an increased attendance in o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 9 February 1917

• •v3SP 5 4 • 11 1. MINIS AND MUG SUNDRIES OUR prescription department is in care of an expert. Pure and fresh drugs is our motto. We handle everything to be found in a first class Drug Store. Your trade will be appre- ciated. Make our store your headquarters while in the city. Yours truly, P, F. CASTLEDERRY & SON Mi MY ADOPT IT? TIm Momentous Question Is, Will lnr p« Endorse Polygamy? THE enormous slaughter of men in the European war has started the sociologists * &> debating the question as to whether or not, at the close of hostilities, Europe will be forced to legalize polygamy, or resort to some other such expedient, to provide mates for its millions of Qnmarried women. Although perhaps not general- ly known, precisely such a con- dition was faced in Europe at the end of the Thirty Years' War, and it was met by legaliz- ing polygamy until a relative balance of the sexes was again established, when the laws were repealed. It is estimated that should the War continue f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 9 February 1917

.ly*---*:# ■ STENs The business belongs to the man who goes after it and takes proper care of his trade. The rewards are measured by the desire and the ability to do the thing and do it right. This has proven the basis for our success. ROCKWELL BROS. & CO. Lumber Dealers i I I I I Intals ✓ Jbrsmtafs |KWIinimtiH' rraitiiri tir ■«!!" fh—lkT and pIkm of wUmn of piMllHu ml| In th« M po—IM*. If |rou know of other pmonili kindly km] alM with th« nam*•( tba ooouaanleant. Thl will traatljr aaalat Tha Ncwa In kaa(>- llatcwh with laeal happaalniaand wlllbahUrhlyappreciated. Editor ) J E. Sherrard ets this week. was on our 8. Bradford was doing bus- with our merchants, Mon- [Judge J. A. King made a busi- i trip out to Fort Griffin, Sat- I. C. Gordon was up from the of Moran. Saturday, doing iness with our merchants. V. Hammer of Moran and enie Hammer of Aspermont Bnt the day with their parents, and Mrs. W. R. Hammer, omday. The store has been decorated floor to ceiling. Kach and article...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 9 February 1917

*■ V«.v '/T'ti.-. <v, ■ «•■ i f- \ I • .HI , EBP#i:i •/> IS' . ] flM!flr^ Ppip$| "4 f ' '';W;. • > - 'ifyl i $£ ~ -T- jj 13 i; 1 i •■'I fa •vi i.1 if ''y If' ft - 'is A SI 'Pal r vfl i 1 'fifr**' f 'H?v' \ / S. WEBB Attorney at Law. L. H. HI! Notary Pi WEBB & HILL 'tti I Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. 1 "J 'H ALBANY, (Shackelford County) TEXi i i 1 ). i I 50 Free Tickets—Opening Hour An exchange says: The first 50 people who enter j " A postage stamp bridges the the store on opening morning!distance between the advertiser will be given a ticket. Each ticket numbered and three of these numbers draw prizes. This is free to everybody. No pur- chase necessary. Follow the crowds to Lowery's store. A School House without a telephone woula seem strangely isolated in these days of general tele- phone communication. When the weather is doubt- ful and the roads bad call the school house. If school it closed today, why send little Mary or Bobbie on a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 February 1917

1 ?>■ a', '*m ■ ■ BR■ K'f Uk Puns Hem y \ '> OTR ^fei'" - $Rte I, No. 37 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEB. 16, 1917 WhtleNnib«rl7# I ANY PUBLIC SCHOOL Flourishing Condition the Natural Se- of a Strong Faculty and a Live Board of Trustees visit to the Albany Public School, Monrlay morning, was a pleasure beyond our itions. We found the ilnery of the school running ily, and everything indica- I of efficiency and Btudioua in- i first thing which attracted attention w is that magnifi- three-story modern stone ture. This building cer- charge of the first and second grades; Miss Exa Burns, the third and fourth grades; Miss Ethel Herron, the fifth and sixth grades; and Miss NellSammons, the seventh grade; J. R. Hayes, Principal; B. S. Holland, Super- intendent. At the present time the at- tendance is 2'V) pupils. Permit us to say that a good, strong school is a town's best Mules, Monty, Munificence W. C. Tidwell came in this week from Louisiana, where he Change in Newspaper Business Deals ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 February 1917

mm'i T>:'C - ■ ' . H".. '& m •* 4. \ i%t'f x mi„ ► .ss %■ -i , 1 > .'•* V #' 4-* 4 i rlflTHvS t,' *" ** U; ;;,u . f i... ' «|R| Ji Thh ''4 ' THE ALBANY NEWS MfUBD EVERY FRIDAY MORNING Mekari H. McCarty. Ed. and Publisher Hali i |H1 tkt Port Offle* m Albany. Tnu. M Saaond Claw Mall . SUBSCRIPTION $1 PER YEAR ii ADVEttXUIING RATES. Site pot inch for eaallUeertkm. floma radoc- > par Una (or alnsle inaartlon mm a< locala and raadara, 6 5t PRIIJAY, FEB. 16, 1917. =*= But Alleys, ain't it glorious itbo? ' I told jou so—it always does • rain in Ais county. Let's itart a campaign of buy- it-at-home. When you send your money away from home you kiss it good bye. J. L. Landtroop met us on the street this week, and handed us the price of The News. And still they come! A. Glesk wants The News to float a daily. Just wait, Glesk, ufttil we strike oil, then the daily will come. Be sure and read all the ads in j J®®k Robert was in from the The News this week, and then ranch Tuesday. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 February 1917

" mwm tM ' THE UNIVERSAL CAR the new feature®: streamline hood; large •tor and enclosed[ fan; crown fenders both it and rear; all black finish, nickel trim- _ ; a motor car of up-to-dateness, and every atrue Ford. And you are asked to buy Ford car simply on the records of service economy given by more than fifteen hun- i thousand Ford cars in uae along every line md The success of the car is your as- j of satisfaction. Every owner of a Ford «ur is certain of prompt service, for travel where JOU will there's a Ford agent near at hand. IC«r two HunUmut CU5Town Cmr UK S«Un |M& On sale at Ford Garage. W. J. Dodson. Prop. Us Bretk WKb Gtnmy The United States has severed diplomatic relation with Germany which, in all human likelihood, means war. We have all sensed the threat of such a move for several months, but have done our best to believe that some kind of fate would avert it. We have made this wish father to our thoughts and actions, we have encouraged the govern- ment to be caut...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 February 1917

. ' ' m* ■*:£ :1 ' v, : , ■t u. I OUR prescription department is in care of an 1 expert. Pure and fresh drugs is our motto. We handle everything to be found in a first ug Stc | ciated. Make our store | while in the city. 4 I I class Drug Store. Your trade will be appre- your headqi Yours truly, P. F. CASTLEBERRY & SON V? • <v.,Ai SSi- YOUR ATTENTION Is directed to the fact, that there is an up-to-date Sani- tary Cafe for Ladles and Gentlemen in your city. A 'complete bill of fare on hand at all times. Our service is unexcelled. Your patronage solicited and appreciated. W« Bake Bread and Paetry of Quality. MODEL CAFE Wilson Bros., Mgrs. H. S. Barstow was in from the ranch Thursday. t Special Dinner every Saturday and Sunday. Mode! Cafe. * .. r- . - - - " G. T. DeLafosse was on our streets Thursday. R. L. Broad foot was ' from Sedwick Saturday, doing busi- ness with our merchants. • 1 Well, the ball has started to roll, let's keep it going—Push is the word, pass it down the lin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 February 1917

Story records the one race won by the easy- |g tortoise, but says never a word about the jHy previous and subsequent races won by the e. The meek may inherit the earth some day, | the other fellow has a mortgage on it right Get a move on yourself—build you a home ROCKWELL BROS. & CO. Lumber Dealers i l>l l l l i Aunt Jemima's Pancake flour at Burrows Grocery Co. irala sP ffrranttalH liur—f —nor plwm« In Mf nt— >M phm* at -rmiln i of r in lk« wok — poMlUa. If ran know of otter pwmmIi kindly mud MBM*f tk« communicant. ThU will snallr aastot The N.w. In knp. I wttk toral hsprwnlnsa and wlllk# highly appreciated. - Edotob. 1 lib honey at Burrows Co. 'George was over from Sthia week to see home l are looking for bargains ' goods line, visit J. T. i Big Sale. . It tonkin and family will i week end in Cisco with 1 Mrs. J. W. Ward. and the Theatre Game at Friday, All kinds of syrups at Burrows Grocery Co. If it is real bargains that you are looking for, join the proces- sion and g...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 February 1917

1 ■ '■ ■ '.""PSI ; ■ *> I 1 S. WEBB Attorney at Law. L. H. HILI Notary Pul WEBB & HILL Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents* M 0 JfM ALBANY, (Shackelford County) TEX ' ' « Rural Locals As it has been so dry in our community both as to water and any news worth sending in for sometime "Josh" has just con- tinued to plow, build fence, saw wood and say nothing. As to the change in the man- agement of The News we must say we regret to give Mr. Baker up but glad to welcome Mr. McCarty and ol course the town and county are looking to him for a crisp, newsy weekly, and we believe we will get it. Mr. J. H. Sammons and Mr. Stovall have graded up the road from the rual route to Hubbard Creek in fine shape, and now Mr. Surratt is continuing the grading beyond the creek. If the farmers of Shackelford county were as a rule as pro- gressive in the way of improve- ments on their farms as Messes. J. H. Sammons and C. G. H um- ber we would hardly know the country five y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 February 1917

I * *4 w -. • n f ■ : *' P W' ' '■■;% 1 III ^m€wmk Die |Aam Mens ' f J I, No. 38 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEB. 23, 1917 WlMtoNrakrim 35 HEART Us Convert the Court House Square into a Beauty Spot it above the average, way of cleanliness, her streets and back pt clean, and we are I, for it shows that is not devoid of civic | ire many things to be to make Albany the iful." And we think thing to be done in for civic beauty is intof the Courthouse t Above everything else rid, this should be a , ipot. That old fence taken down, and a intial iron fence or t Curbing should be built, is the original public Then we should employ gardener to lay it a beautiful park and fen. it should be done as an i for the entire coun- lan and the farm- in and look at the Dt and it will not fade memory. They will i the picture in their NEW BUSINESS 1 money to buy from five to ten I good Jersey cows? There is no Albany Enters the Creamer, Business, l!c"e,'' "Murity tlwn livc"tock' 1 Besides, it would increase ou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 February 1917

7W , W% ■ ?. i 1 | Shackelford county has a jsijfht future before it The diamond drill is now going down in quest of the crude oil. We have just voted a $100,000 road bond issue, and just think about it—in the next six months nearly every dollar of this amount will be spent here in the county and a large per cent of it will go into the pocket of the laboring man. The water holes arc getting pretty low, but do not sit and whine about it, for some of these days when you are least expect- ing it old J. Pluvius will smile on us and the water gaps will go. and the grass will green, the flowers will bloom, the birds will sing and peace and plenty will abound on every hand—come to Shackelford county. DRIVING A SCRAPER TEAM SOME REMIRISGEIICES OF THE EARLY OATS AND THE STRENUOUS LIFE OF THE MULE SKINNER ^tfRO. E. E. WHITNEY was in from the ranch, Tjjj Monday, looking after business matters. He gave the Editor a special invitation to go out and help him on a Tanking Job. and, if we had the t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 February 1917

Just rom mo inconvenient* I'have Boll Tele• in your home. Telephone will to yos, keep with friend end * itances, or ii emergency. IKE SOUTHWESTERN TELEGRAPH A TELEPHONE COMPANY K-ft L. Lieb on Hoff-Man guaranteed. ling, altering, and reblockeJ. i taken for suits. PHONE 197. I UP-TO-DATK HAIRCUT, or Massage Parlor & BIGGS Cold Bath. roR iam Laundry wamauM' Gommencujg ^ Monday the Wiedemann Quality Tent Shows will show in Albany under the auspices of the Albany City Fire Department, and the members bespeak a generous patronage from the public, as they are to receive a share of the receipts each night The Wiedeman Tent Shows comprise an aggregation of clean up-to-date and moral shows op- erating under different tents, yet under one management, each containing a different attraction, vaudeville, colored minstrels, athletic exhibitions, magic, sing- ing and dancing. There is some- thing doing all the time on the grounds—attractions that inter- est the ladies and children as well as t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 February 1917

lifJJ ' ' V, tjij J. H. Friedly I THE Mtei STORE WNI Keeps the variety of goods the \ people want. I : ' Hardware, Dry Goods, Hats, Clothing, Shoos, and Cowboy Boots. You get your goods at lowest prices all the time. Your Business Appreciated of effort and painstaking. We don't mind telling Editor Mc- Carty so. We note that after the 1st of April the subscription price will be $1.50. We feel that he has made the right move in regard to his subscription price. To meet the cost of maintaining the paper he was forced to raise the price. We did that very thing the 1st of January, and we did not do it for a graft, but only to keep in business. We wish him much success in his new field. —Moran News. Say! We want to boost for that Civic League. Pass the word down the line. THE ALBANY NEWS ' ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING Richard H. McCirty, Ed. and Publisher idea is they should not wear dresses to school with skirts that are six inches above the knees, and no stockings. Boys sent to — school ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 February 1917

rds the one race won by the easy- t, but says never a word about the is and subsequent races won by the i meek may inherit the earth some day, ' tr fellow has a mortgage on it right a move on yourself—build you a home ROCKWELL BROS, & GO. Lumber Dealers lb / JfrrBflttala I • to mil or pbon* In the namn and pImoo of rooldonc* of pti tl* wook M pnalbM If jrou know of olkor poraonala kind;, aond MO of tho communicant. Tkla will sraatly aaalat Tko Nowa In kaop- I ilkapponlncaand will bo hlcklr approclatod. - Editob. ] | i in the city Sat- please. We are Model Cafe. Matthews was i city Saturday. gham dresses, ■, at only $1.50. Fresh Cocoanut in bulk at Burrows Grocery Co. Mrs. E. E. Whitney was in from the ranch shopping Mon- day. J. N. Davis handed us $1.75 Saturday and said let the twin sisters come into his home- many thanks, J. N. J. M. Rooks was up from Mo- Monday. Walter Boyd was down from Crystal Falls Saturday. A nice pitcher given with $1.00 worth of Good Coffee at Burro ws ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 February 1917

n m m* 7 , - ...; - mm W' 431; ! 1 {■■•: S. WEBB Attorney at Law. L. H. H! Notary % •. ■: v., fi'WiW i m m If! vM I:ll ■V« ■' J 8 'Sm i >.•• \ i WEBB & HILL Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. ALBANY, (Shackelford County) TE Inter-Scholastic League On the third Saturday of the coming month of March there will be held in Albany a County Meet of a nnmber of schools of this county. The pupils of these schools will enter contests in Debate, Declamation, Essay Writing, Spelling, and various forms of Athletics. The Interscholastic League of this county was organized last September during the Teachers' Institute. At that time the fol- lowing officers were elected to direct the League: B. S. Holland, Director General; M. S. Long. Director of Debate and Declamation; A. T. Starnes, Director of Essay Writing: Miss Mamie Kgg. Director of Spelling; J. R. Hays, Director of Athletics. Schools entering the contest.1 please see that the essays are sent to A. T. Starn...

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

ite §Aam Urtcs *• €" ,4#Sa ■ -*um 4 11 I, No. 89 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1917 1711 OP WORK Biggs Captures a Daring Diamond Thief pass through Shackelford county en route to his destination. It would appear that the fool would have grasped the fact that Mar- shall Biggs would surely put the nippers on him. The party's name is Charles Boynton, and he was an employee of the jewelry firm at the time of the robbery. All the stolen goods were re- covered. ONE OF SHACKELFORD COUNTY'S HONORED CITIZENS PASSES AWAY VERY SUDDENLY, FED. 27,1917 When the news was flashed over the telephone early Tuesday morning that W. M. Broyles was dead, it cast a pall of sorrow over the town and entire county. Only a few people knew that he was sick, hence the great shock to his relatives and friends. Several days before his death he went to Stephens county to visit a sick brother, and while there, became ill. He was brought home Sunday and Dr. Murrie was called to see him. He continued to grow worse ...

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

it J! 4 it ■ 'St. 4 ■■i « •I 11 -4 ' (i t. The First National Bank Albany, Texas CAPITAL AND SURPLU8 $100,000.00 | FIRST m WEST ESTABLISHED BANK Prompt Attention to all banking Matters ENTRU8TED TO U8 THE ALBANY NEWS ||WUBD EVERY FRIDAY MORNING I'Mcfear* H. McCarty, EC and Publisher Itt tki . Tuna, u m lit tkur, IhllllitUt. SUBSCRIPTION $1 PER YEAR ADTttTWMO RAT**. ■its. itnfte lM.rtkon . It ■•ant lnMrtWn-4. U 1-1 Are you going to help the Booster Club put Albany on the map ? But, Oh. gee! hold up your head and look pleasant even if the shoe does pinch ! I w5ub« —d>on d ftto>w«nU that r w I at • pan or Bin in >Im. Locakind road- tattaaa. ileaau par Una far aincla inwrtlon. lamllmii of laaala and roadura. 5 ■ for Mch inarrtkon FRIDAY. MARCH 2, 1917. Let's spit on our hands and get a-hold of the handspike of "do," and pry something up. It's up to the people of Albany whether or not we build a city here in the valley of Hubbard Look up, Old Man, and, for, Creek Cod's sake, smi...

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

i aggregate amount nerved and paid out of each Fund - their credit or debit ' u to debit and credit of each Officer, want of indebtedness of County, to whom and for what lta of same for the year ending Feb. 18,1017. Mng amounts have been received and paid out of leaving balances on hand, or over paid, at the close of ion hand Feb. 17, 1916 10,016.70 [ received to Feb. 13, 1917 11.671.29 :: :: :: imv too hand 14,660.18 21,687.06 21,587.06 Court House Fund ; overdrawn Feb. 17, 1916 107 00 : paid out to Feb. 13, 1917 808 33 transferred from Gen'l fund Feb. 260.00 [received to Feb. 13,1917 1,956.19 1 on hand 1,291.86 2,206.19 2,205.19 Jury Fund _jon hand Feb. 17, 1910 580. OH it received to Feb. 13,1917 1,066.36 ; paid out to Feb. 13, 1917 7M.25 1 onhand 889.17 1,662.42 1,652.42 Road and Bridge Fund ion hand Feb. 17, 1916 5,461.61 j|t received to Feb. 13, 1917 7.829.62 It paid out t 7,507.98 on hand " " " 5.7M.25 13,291.23 13,291.23 Jail Fond it overdrawn Feb. 17, 1916 ">.74 it paid ...

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

w Sf I % i THE UNIVERSAL CAR The new Ford prices have brought the pleasures and profit of motoring within the reach of ad- ded thousand*, while the new features: large radiator and enclosed fan. hood with streamline effect; crown fenders both front and rear; en- tire1 black finish and nickle trimmings, place the Ford in appearance right in the front rank of smart looking cars. It is a mighty handsome car with oil the built-in merits, which keep more than 1,500.000 Ford cars in active daily service. The same unequalled Ford qualities for work or pleasure. Better buy your Ford at once. TonH f C f W '4> Kun*lw«H Cw fX"M T'/wn C«f $A0f> s«l n |*t t f*. ft . I* troit. On sale at Ford Garage, W. J. Podson, Prop. At an early date Birch wood Theatre will book Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show and 101 Ranch." Watch for the date. Tom Iiowery retnrned last Saturday from St. Louis, where he spent a week purchasing spring and summer goods for his stores in Albany and Woodson. Mayor l>ave Oi...

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