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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 2 March 1917

V; always to serve our customers they will get the most for their , and we generally succeed in that very thing. I I I II ROCKWELL BROS. 4 CO. Lumber Dealers & & ffcraimalB wMts your Eggs. JodgtW. L Morris made a business trip to Abilene Monday. John Noack was doing busi- ness with our merchants this week. Why not buy the best when it does not cost any more? Light Crust Flour is the best. Charley Jones was up from Sedwick this week doing busi- ness with our merchants. For Sale-Choice lot of famous Lone Star Cotton Seed. m9pd C. W. Graham. It's Up to You How can I be reasonably sure of a com- I fortable fortune when sixty years old? • totfwwaakM • ■■■ n and pi IflwkmrafMWi ileant. Tkia will (raatljr aa ilafitnd willbakisklyappraeiatad. - af hiUhii *f kindly ml Tka Mawaln htfly- 1 t Floor at Murrie's oI Creole Dinner. , O has it. i of Moran is a to The News. ir of Sherwin- and Varnishes Light Crust Flour is the best. The first episode of "The Girl i n,and the Game" at Birchwoo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 2 March 1917

\ " , •] WlT S. WEBB Attorney at Law. L. H. HI Notary ■ ■ ' tm • v * ft* WEBB & Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. ALBANY, (Shackelford County) TE Or a Twenty Acre Farm EY K. L. JACKSON I am a renter and have been on one farm for 14 years, which I have rented for next year: this will be 15 years on one farm without having to move. I farm about 20 acres of black hog-wol- low land; have no irrigation and don't want any. I plow early and deep. I prefer flat break- ing, then run harrow or disc just before planting time. By so do- ing I have enough moisture stor- ed to start my crops. 1 believe in diversity and ro- tation. I manage so as to have something to eat for man and beast, then plant a little cotton for the other fellow, for I can not use it in the raw stage. Hut I get enough money for it to buy such things as my family need to wear and have a little left to speculate on. 1 sold this year $818.80 worth of cotton and $125.40 of seed. I have been marr...

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

■ Ut Pang Sens ■m v No. 40 TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 9y 1917 BUCK OIL ret Struck In Reynolds Well at a Depth of 700 Feet I6SE898K )RK on the Reynolds well has been at a for the past week on of a lost shipment of IMRuiNrini ! 1 1 T.3SS A SERMONETTE The United States geologist made a survey of the county some forty or fifty years ago, ahd located oil. There is not the shadow of a fepth of 700 feet they j doubt but that there are mil- «It water and a small lions and millions of black, crude oil. This is a Rood in- i oil in this county, and we have k«f what they will strike! just been digging around the | la It is the opinion of edge of this great oil lake. And ! expert that they will it may come who can tell? Al- 1 at a depth of 1,700 bany will prove to he the great- the well men have a est oil field in the world, for 3,000 feet, and the This company, as evidence of say that if it is neces- their faith in the field, have i**y will sink this well; leased 38,000 acres of land at 50 cents per ...

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

' 'V M i ■ ■ " >•/ The First National Bank Albany, Texas CAPITAL AND 8URPLU8 $100,000.00 1 FIRST AHP OIPEST ESTABLISHED BANK | Prompt Attention to all Banking Matters ■NTRU8TED TO US THE ALBANY NEWS IUBD EVERY FRIDAY MORNING H. McCarty, Ed. and Publisher ■.MMr • • • III Dm Poet (Mm at Mm. Tana, aa S**on4 Ciaaa Hall Matter. SUBSCRIPTION $1 PER YEAR ADVERTtSINQ RATES. Dtaelay adrartlawrnnU. iliwto Uiaertlona. li ihaaaoaat Inawtiona. It 14 _ bah lmartlan. Bonw rcduc- III ba aa4a an aJmtla— nu that «r. on- I of apMraorBoralnalu,! Laaahaad raad- itleaaTlS canta par line for alncU inaartton. quant inaartton# of local* and raadara, I aarita por llna for aaeh inaartton.1 John F. Sedwick sold a fine calf recently out of his regis- tered herd just four weeks old for $250.00. How is that for good business sense and pros- perity? FRIDAY. MAR<JH 9, 1917. How about that Civic League, ' is it going to come to pass? Say, Bud! now you want to lay that little hammer of yours down and join the b...

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

HHSSH9 Friedly BACKET STORE MAN I ie variety of goods the people want. Dry Goods, Hats, Clothing, t, and Cowboy Boots. it your goods at lowest irices all the time. - (ashless Appreciated in her win- | Birch wood The- Profit Sharing Coupons atS<-d- wick & Cook's. Richard Dyess made a husi- aew Premium i ness trip to Moran this week. |«]ways get your1 rick & Cook. , ^ high Kra(lu of photos, on the 1 Square for a few days. m9p It The News will j sum after April an<' Mrs. S. A. Brooks of time all renew-1 Henrietta, Okla., are visiting in aru' riptiona wiil be NUttM M. SROYLES Tribute to his memory by the Direc- tors of the Albany National Bank, it their monthly meeting, March 6th, 1917, the Directors resolving themselves into a committee of the whole. We know when moon* -hull wane, When summer bird* from afar shall emu* the sea; We know when Autumn tint* th«* widen train. Hut who, O Death! can ti ll us when lo look for thee." ' Who was William M. Broyles, the First Vice-Pr...

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

■ - iipa • '■ ■* I " i • -• "*•.,- ,{- ■ 'r^*?TS3H ■§f| • V :.* ; IP is®' A- , In the First Place ( Our MODERN, UP-TO-DATE STOCK is con- clusive evidence that we know our business. Every piece of FURNITURE you buy from us is GUARANTEED to be exactly what we represent it, and as HIGH-CLASS as you could find had you the pick of any stock—anywhere. hi the Second Place Our PRICES are LOW—quality considered—and our CONSCIENTIOUS BUSINESS PRINCIPLES are as unswerving as the "Giants of thc Forest" from which our FURNITURE is made. In the Third Place We will give a special discount of 5: per cent on Saturday, March 10th, only. In view ol the fact that our present prices are considerably under the market this is a very attractive offer and we earnestly advise our friends to take advantage of it as we will be forced to advance our prices when we replace our present stock. T. A. DEATS Furniture, Paints, Saddlery and Undertaking Goods Albany, Texas {GOOD roads argument "I live nine mile* from S...

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

I 1 suit of individual enterprise and A or the impossible of yesterday come the reality of today. Wake I ake the start—put forth the effort IUII.D YOU A HOME | ROCKWELL BROS, & GO. | Lumber Dealers | Murrie wants your Eggs. W. F. Tucker was on our streets Monday. Mrs. Gus Newcomb of Cisco is visiting relatives in the city. Mrs. J. M. Freeman of Mc- Gregor is visiting her sister, Mrs. Richard Dyess. fi Jferatmalfl •Mi md«n to mail orphan* In tb« nam.* and placm of rwidoneo of If k tfco wt k a* poaoiblo. If yon kaow of othor poraonala kindly wind ■ aaaMof tbacoonnunlcant. Thla will matljr aaaiat Tbo Nowi In koo - Mlkatptnlnfiand wlllb«hlchlyappr«elaUd. -Ksrroa.1 [Plour at Murrie's did business in Ite your photo 8. Wasson, On the Square. is now on the made the Editor t diver dollar. the best when it i any more? Light I the best. came in from y. Joe says that 1 snap was hard on Light Crust Flour is the best. Dick Moberley was in from the ranch this week. See Wasson, the new Photog- ...

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

v !i ' t " ' S. WEBB Attorney at Law. L. H. Notary -I §N;• 0m # , W P 41 flu i;K 11 •' h ■i. 1 It t« ■ ?1 I" , , H WEBB & HILL Tim i < J i i Law. Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. ALBANY, (Shackelford County) te: THE REAL VALUES Some of the circumstances growing out of the experiences of this day and time are so striking that it is of concern to every thinking person. Amid the thing? that may be enumerated is that of the inabil ity of the average young man to measure up in a financial way to the luxuries that young ladies have become accustomed to have bestowed upon them at home. It costs money for a young man to go courting these days. What with the expense of auto hire and the entertain- ment that young men are ex- pected to furnish it so happens that some of the most eligible young men are practically de- barred from the running. The making of money has not kept pace with the tendency to en- joy so many luxuries. What young man on a salary of $50 per...

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

§he [, No. 41 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1017 timHK.tf.a iMBWRMff SBBSBBESSBeseBBKBBSSBBEI FIRST _SATURDAY APRIL WILL BE A GALA DAY FOR ALBANY. COME AND BE WITH US. i purpose of the Young iter Club of Albany to i First Saturday in April while to all. These I an offered wholly for the of stimulating better I of farming, better stock Is, better chickens and etc. Let everybody ion this day and enjoy es. Following is a list to be given on the d te: jumping by horses, ijump, first prize $2.00; [prize $1.00. pen of chickens, any $1.00; second 50c. rkey gobbler, any breed, $1.00; second 50c. Best pig under six months old, any breed, $1.00; second 50c. For the best written sugges- tion from any one, not a member of the Young Men's Booster Club, as to what would benefit First Saturday most. First prize $1.00; second 50c. The First Saturday in May the Committee expects to put on the biggest show of the year. (Jet all of your fine stock, poultry, etc. ready. We expect to have a solid day...

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

:'l h W SSi ■ ' ! h| The First National Bank Albany, Texas OAPITAL AND SURPLUS $100,000.00 m OLDEST ESTABLISHED BANK \ Prompt Attention to all Banking Matters INTRUSTS D TO U8 THE ALBANY NEWS H8UBD EVERY PE1DAY MORNING jfehart H. UpCarty, El. and Publisher II _l (Mk« t AHmbj. hm. « A CteM Mai) Matter SUBSCRIPTION $1 PEK YEAR ADTCKTISING RATKtt. afmtlMBwnU, •Inch Insertion*. It kMk; mihMqiMnl tMwrtkma, 't 1-2 far Mch InwWkxi Horn.' rwluc- Ikaawdcon mltirtlwiniif 'hitr «r - f a mm or mar* In rta*. Loral' nml o ne tam,U Main par linn for tn«U UMtrtWai. laa*rtlofii of t'K-aln and ro/lm, ■ pm ItM for Mb Inaortion. FRIDAY. MARCH 16, 1917. HE DON'T " CUSS." We read an article in one of O'Jr exchanges the other day, in which the editor of that clean sheet (?) gloated over the fact that he did not " cuss." Well, to say the >ast of it, the habit of swearing is a bad one, and men should desist from tak- ing the name of God in vain. No man has ever lived on this mundane sphere, outside of Ch...

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

H. Friedly UK MQttl STDBE MMI Keeps the variety of goods the people want. brdware, Dry Goods, Hats, Clothing, Shoes, and Cowboy Boots. You get your goods aft lowest prices all the time. Tour Business Appreciated IDS Memorial Church DHTH 0f'6 miooleton it Sunday morning the Fas- wiM preach on " The Suflfi- Sacrifice," the first of a of six sermons on "The Salvation." i sermons are being pre- in the hope that they may i those who are already in the to travel it more certainly joyously; also, that some i are not yet in the Way may tattracted to it. The subject of the sermon at ;will be, "Isaac on the Al- Mrs. Castleberry was called to I Waco last Wednesday by the death of her only brother, J. CI. Middleton. He died at Silver City, N. M., on the f>th inst., pnd was buried at his home, Mc- Gregor. Mr. Middleton was well known I here, having visited his sister soj often, and here he met and won one of the fairest girls Theo. | Richardson. They made their1 home in New Mexico. Mr. Middle...

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

U J 1 I' " 1 " Hi % J In the First Place Our MODERN, UP-TO-DATE STOCK is con- clusive evidence that we know our business. Every piece of FURNITURE you buy from us is GUARANTEED to be exactly what we represent it, and as HIGH-CLASS as you could find had you the pick of any stock—anywhere. In the Second Place Our PRICES are LOW—quality considered—and our CONSCIENTIOUS BUSINESS PRINCIPLES are a^ unswerving as the "Giants of the Forest" from which our FURNITURE is made. In the Third Place We will give a special discount of ? per cent on Saturday, iMarch 17th, only. In view of the fact that our present prices are considerably under the market this i^ a very attractive offer and we earnestly advise our friends to take advantage ot it as we will be forced to advance our prices when we replace our present stock. T. A. DEATS Furniture, Paints, Saddlery and Undertaking Goods Texas common people: and God grant that it may! We believe that kingships were necessary in the early history of the ra...

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

>TEN: denotes a willingness to fight and Ke your medicine rather than submit . rank injustice. It means hanging on 4th positive determination when the -rage man would say "Let go." BUILD YOU A HOME ROCKWELL BROS. 4 Lumbar Dealers co, i i aifi jferaonala ta 1 ta raadara to mail or phone In tha uom and placaa of rraMwir. of |mMMljr < tM waak aa iwaaibla. If oo know of other pereonala kindly eend ii*). •>,. nanaof the corajnunioant Tfcta will traatly aaatat Tha Na ain kaar- .«<1h lacalhappenlnga and wtllbahl«hl appelated.-Imyob. J Flour at Murrie's btan Morris came in this week to visit \ Ctutey came in this week to visit home folks i whiff of the Western leer's Society of the Paum church will have a plants and cuttings, geraniums, to- m\ pepper on sale at LC-ok's. Mrs. W. T. Powers came in Sunday morning from Waco and Fort Worth. Have your baby photographed while he is yet a babe. Wasson is expert in that line of art. Bro. J. M. Wood handed in a dollar on subscription this...

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

S. WEBB Attorney at Law. i :mz$ :< ALBANY, -t- L. H. HI! Notary Pi WEBB & HILL / Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. (Shackelford County) TEXi Preparing for the Revival As per notice in The News last week, a Union meeting in the interest of the coming Adair meetings wa . held last Sunday evening at 8 o'clock in the Meth- odist church. The attendance was large and representative. Dr. Smith of the Orphans' Home, who was to have been the principal speaker, was unexpect- edly called away, leaving the Buy your Groceries at Murrie's Judge Coffee did business in the city of Spur this week. All kinds of tirst-class Photo, work appreciated by S. Wasson. west side of Square. Lee Oldham is a new one on The Albany News' subscription list —watch her grow. Dave Minor renewed his sub- Preaching at Newcomb Next Sunday, March 18th, Pastor Crawford of Albany will preach at Newcomb. Don't forget the hour~3 p.m. G. T. Latimer, County Treas- i urer of Shackelford county,...

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

/ Hit Putts Hens , No. 42 FAGTURING POINT in Important Manufac- twint Center News will labor, and it is not going to labor in vain. At the close of that awful war in Europe, America will be the greatest manufacturing center in all the world. Yob, she will be AIA4NY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1A17 Thimble CMi Entertains Whole Number 1714 Last Thursday evening Mrs. R. S. Long, Mrs. Will Hatcher and Mrs. R. H. McCarty were hostesses, at the home of the INVITING LOCUTION Kasuhero the commissary for the civilizetL And in the North an<L first named la(,Vi to thft huH_ i-Establishment of a "Dinner iMfcet Brigade" Camp WE VIEW IT. Albany is i ideal location for a man- Dg camp. There is an nee of natural gas contig- I to Albany to furnish all the are millions and mul- tiplied millions of idle gold seek- ing investment. And if Albany can hold out the proper induce- ments, in the form of cheap gas and an inexhaustible water sup- ply, then all we have to do is to present our case at the bar o...

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

j .v'^f . I < * The First National Bank . Albany, Texas CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $100,000.00 1 FIRST AND OLDEST ESTABLISHED BANK Prompt Attention to all Banking Matters ENTRU8TED TO US THE ALBANY NEWS IUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING Richard H. McCarty, Ed. and Publisher Ml. IMM H. *C«t) . tnMUU UHm IfeCwft . SMMTIMM •I Um Past 0*m at Albany, Tn «, u bMrfOlw lUillUttOT. SUBSCRIPTION $1 PER YEAR ADVRrriaiNa rateh |Hnl «4*arttoamant . aln(l< iiurrtluiw. IS Mala par Inch, «ilw«quaM Inarrttoim, 121-1 mmt* mt laah for wb Inaartiui. R.*,..' rmluc- mm will ba mad* on arivurtlaantam* iliat r <n«- jfcM of a paa« or mora In alta. Ux ala an.l '-a,I Caalltaa. lOaanla par Una for alnaU ln*rllim. jjVlii.uam Inacrtkiua o( locala and raadara, 6 aaata par Una for aach Inaartkm. FRIDAY. MARCH 23. 1917. JOSH Tke Daddy ofu Elam Dots," in Moran "News," the Rip Van Winkle of the West y^E PRESUME, frohi the tenor of his letter, that he was horn asleep and has never waked up, or else he is blind to conditions...

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

v; ' . • : if' H. Friedly , im BACKET STQtt MINI ips the variety of goods the people want. i, Dry Goods, Hats, (Ming, Shoes, and Cowboy Boots. i You get your goods at lowest prices all the time. Business Appreciated ML EDISON rYork Times: The books Thomas Alva Edison tin Milan, a little cross ,ef Ohio. He has not to abolish time yet. I looks show that he does- lize it. For years he I the same. The broad sughtful forehead; the igfay eyes, luminous with ince and bright with r; the massive head, that •hair, the straight, strong Arm mouth, the vigor- well put together to last, that careless Plf dress and carriage—he to the eye when you see t, and yet you are baf- comprehend his phys- A musician, a poet, in his laboratory, a Indian inscrutability as lit from the Canadian which a Tory ancestor perfectly well-known plicable personage pre- to New York in the nth century. treat imagination, the of continued thought; rer of exploding in some II discovery as if by in- i; trains of thought long...

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

# §i* msf la the First Place Ou.' MODERN. UP-TO-DATE STOCK is con- clusive evidence that we know our business. Every piece of FURNITURE you buy from us is GUARANTEED to be exactly whit we represent it, and as HIGH-CLASS a> you could find had you the pick of any stock—anywhere. , In the Second Place Our PRICES are LOW—quality considered—and our CONSCIENTIOUS BUSINESS PRINCIPLES are as unswerving as the "Giants of the Forest" from which our FURNITURE is made. In the Third Place We will give a special discount of per cent on Saturday, March 24th, only. In view ot the fact that our present prices are considerably under the market this is a very attractive offer and we earnestly advise our friends'to take advantage of it as we will be forced to advance our prices when we replace our present stock. T. A. DEATS Furniture, Paints, Saddlery and Undertaking Goods Albany, Texas Since those days we have cor- responded every year; and I think with happiness of a letter, written after the war ...

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

1 V —' 'i'*" ■ Paint The practicalpainter says, Patton's Sun-ProofPaint is chcap paint for a good house because it lasts twice as long. It's good [paint for a cheap house because it beautifies and preserves it Pattonfa Sun-Proof .Paint itbaonly true priodpl* of idttrtlfic paint tuklag, coo. tta highest degree of beauty with the greatest covering 1 sad durability. It it « dependable paint. It doea not Mn. It doea not peel, crack or cbalk off. Book ol I Knowledge and Advi'ce Iree) ROCWELL BROS. 4k CO. It's Up to You K v f r y t h i r / to gain am] nothw,^ U> This space represents man's accumulating period. Either success or failure is set- tled. No days of grace are allowed. 20 WOW OR NEVER 30 ab & JterHonala 'l,r' to m llnrph n> in ih. nimpi and pltrr, oI rMldmc. of r la U>« w«k an poaaibl*. If you know of other p r .n«l. kindly -nd uf the communicant Thi« will (rMtly aMUl Th. N.wi in knp- k«Hklocal haptxnincaand wtllkMhiahlyappraciaUd. Editor. I I Wheat Flour at Murrie'...

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

0: J , Br m i \ f: \ WEBB S. WEBB Attorney at Law. L. H. HI] Notary Pi / f*JA HILL Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. ALBANY, (Shackelford County) TEXi In thd Matter of the Sale of the shall only be liable to the pur- 5100,000 Bonds, of Road District chaser for certified copy of :i.e No. 2 of Shackelford County, Camping Park Texas. It is ordered by the Court that bids for the sale of said bonds be received by the Court on the 'Jth day of April, 1917, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. in. on said date, at Albany, Texas, said bids to be seated, for all cash, and to be Bond Record, filed in the office of T)u. tily Council, at its last the Attorney-general at Austin, ^looting. passed an order that the Texas; and in complete the trart 0f |and just across the sale of said bonds, the purchaser I bridge, going from the city, shall shall be required to place the converted into a camping money in the Albany National Bank, at Albany. Texas, which bank is the County Deposi...

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