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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 March 1917

f Ite Jtfkairo Hews U No. 43 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1917 Muilcr 1716 i BOOM IN SHACKEL FORD COUNTY large FieH to be DenkpL Many leasts JUteah Mate. in the head lines the oil boom in Shackel- itjMs growing. Several ; oil companies have had in the field for the •or five months, and a survey of almost the en- ity has been made, and («dy a question of a short il the derricks will be ^ op all over the county. [Gypsey people have had a lof geologists in Shackelford (or some months, and at the rate of twenty-five cents per acre. You know in every- thing, it is the cash that talks in all Merchants & Farmers Matinee Keep it in mind about the Merchants and Farmers Matinee at Birchwood Theatre Saturday evening at 2 o'clock. This show is given by the business men of Albany to the people who live on the outside of the corporate lim- its of Albany, and the purpose of the business men in giving this matinee is to show their ap- preciation to the trade surround- ing the city of Albany...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 March 1917

Wjm I ;i i •• If''' |'f ■ f.yl ■! A A 111 j J& '7 **%V> _ * Mi THE ALBANY NEWS ■SUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING Dcitard H. MeCarty, El. and Publlshar it •t Ika Post OOea at Albany. T«h. aa Claac Hall Hatter. SUBSCRIPTION $1 PER YEAR Map lay advartkamanU. ainete tnaartkma. 1( IWK par Inch; aafeaaaaant Inaarttao*. 111-1 •ante par Inch (or aaah inaartlon. 8aaM ritue- Mna will ba mad* on adrerttaeineete that an ona- (Mrd of • paaa or mora In alsa. Localaand raad- kM ivnticoa. N Will par Una for alngla Inaartton. tahxaquaat tnaartkma of locala and roadora. t ' I par Una for aaeh kaaartlon. FRIDAY. MARCH ,'{0, 1917. AMERICA CAN "LICIT THE W0IL0 "HE military alarmist says the United States are "unpre- pared"; our coast defenses and our navy are "insufficient." And they say the American sol- diers have no training. It's a lie! By the Living God! the American boy can shoot, and ihoot to kill. Uncle Sam's coat- tion. Wilbur Wright gave them the aeroplane, and the American kid monkeyed with h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 March 1917

11 Friedly RACKET STORE MAUI P" the variety of goods the people want. . n n ■; I, Dry Goods, Hats, Clothing, Shoes, and Cowboy Boots. fou get your goods at lowest prices all the time. Business Appreciated M. E. Church Citizens of Albany. now have emerged Iter, and about to enter spring and summer! we naturally desire to' change in appearance, oat a more youthful land good cheer, and to bring about the de- the old and stained fcust be removed from ag the new things a (to shine and show their i of the past season our little city with- I boundaries, and natural make necessary, i of our citizens and 1 and freshness of the the hearty co-ope r- !ai! the people in a gen- tOpof all the unsightly try things within sod, I, I). Diller. as 1 the city of Albany, do jnclaim and designate , 1917, as a day for a gen- up for the city, and ICfr&perationof every cit- aid in bringing about successful of the many i days for Albany. D. Diller. Mayor. The sermon Sunday morning from the text, "Believe ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 March 1917

pv u. ' v * / In the First Place j. A !^pur MODERN. UP-TO-DATE STOCK is con- i cluelve 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 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 jist, only. In view of 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, Teias IIIJIIIJIMJ SOCIETY Miss Differ Entertains Miss Anna Diller entertained a few of her friends last Friday ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 March 1917

rw ,aiHK ■;/ < \ ■\f Pwflt PrdNflM The practical painter says, when your house is cov- ered with Pattern's Sun-Proof Paint and the paint cover* ed by a guarantee for excellence you have the best possible protection to your house and purse. Jun-Proof Paint protect!, preserves and beeutl- of pureet pirmenU and oil, with juit the right of lino, lead and silica. It withstands sun and Buy your Groceries at Murrie's Allen Jones was down from Fort Griffin Saturday. Follow the crowds to Birch- wood theatre, Saturday after- noon at 2 o'clock. Louis Shoffit pitched us a dol- lar this week and said let The News keep a coming. It's Up to You How can I be reasonably syire of a com- fortable fortune when sixty years old? 1 and oold twice as long as hand-made paint. (Paint Knowledge and color card from ROCWELL BROS. A CO. Get :ala sP ffrrBtmals James S. Scott of Monroe City, Mo., sent us a dollar this week for The News. llterMdanto mall or phon.ln th. ntmaa and plana of raatdsnc. of I aa poaalb...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 March 1917

erf r ."; ■ S f \ S. WEBB Attorney at Law. L. H. HI! Notary i 4? § %% f ' 'J ' V- r WEBB & HILL Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. ALBANY, (Shackelford County) \ M Matthews Memorial Glnirch sixty six of thorn had come from the rural districts, the next larg- , Communion Services next Sun- «* (*r "f tl"'m Wl'rc day morning. Every member of the church not seriously ill ought to be present. Any Christian in our midst who have not their own services to attend are cor- dially invited to be present, and to partake of the sacred em- blems with us. There is nothing sectarian about the Lord's Sup- per. A number of young people are to be baptized and received into the church at this service. It will be a glad occasion. At night, eight o'clock, the subject 6f the sermon will be. "A Unique Man." Found him in the Bible. A very inter- I esting character. "None like him ip earth." t * * Ct Laurel Hammer left last week in towns and villages, and only two of them had i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 6 April 1917

r •TP'. ■ KTPSS : "rr~-*—Tr ——r-—— i£ ' ® §Jknm Mens j ♦•411 [, No. 44 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1917 17M BANY IN THE MIDST OF A GREAT OIL BOOM r ten the news was given out early Wednesday morning that they had struck oil in the Reynolds well, it traveled like wild-fire, and bright and early the road out to the well was lined with flying autos loaded to the guards with excited people. ii At a depth of seven hundred feet they struck the oil sand and found a small :ket of oil, and ever since that the sign board has pointed to oil in paying quan- % Ities, so Tuesday night they struck the second strata of oil sand, finding gas, salt rater and oil at a depth of 960 feet. Hr. Hammel, the main man on the job, was Strawn. Mr. Brown, an experienced driller, was on the job when they struck f < le oil sand, and telephoned Louis H. liill about 9 o'clock to come out. Louis is the in who oversees matters while the managers are absent, and after a short con- iltation with the driller it w...

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

i -'v .va- v;. i % THE ALBANY NEWS ISSUED every friday morning H. McCarty, Id. and Publisher U.WM* ■ • • t tlM tout OflM at Albany. Trau. aa |aa(MCIan" ■ Mall Matter. Subscription $1.50 Per Year ADVmraStNQ HATES. —i— liiMlMwiiMla ataola InwrtWai. It m back •ahwqoantInsertion*. It l-l MMlMk far aach inaartion. 9<an* radaa- WlH ba oadg ae jdrarttwrnuB U that are one- 's «r son la aba. Laaakaad raad- laa, 10 aanta par Una far laaartlon. . «at InaartfaMw of lacala ami raadara. S I Mr Itoa for Mch Inaartlan. FRIDAY. APRIL 6, 1917. The great oil boom is on, and We have the satisfaction of say- ing, "I told you so." Well, it is dry over here in ~~~ W^cTTop4-«owvtyv -bat, how- 1 In * -k. I® U 4 it • i ft® | iTh;i r, we haven't lost our grip, M we still believe it will rain. Watch the oil derricks go up ■ow, as it is no longer a ques- tion as to this being an oil field. And in the midst of all this boom, watch Albany grow! Qwing to the oil boom and other pressing matters, we have emitted ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 6 April 1917

H. Friedly hue Man am mm Keeps the variety of goods the people want. • tare, Dry Goods, Hats, Clothing, Shoes, and Cowboy Boots. You get your goods at lowest prices all the time. .Tour Business Appreciated rnnui IING THAT IS PEROUS. PROS. " We have but to compare the scial condition of farmers* ly with their condition a years ugo to realize the ess made in farming dur- recent years. Many who |Uf" independent and prosper- make men and women, purify and exalt aociety and stimulate patriotism for service to the state and nation. Many Thanks, Good People Owing to the fact that sub- ber of reasons given for a greater progress were individ- l.' farmers asked why they Vjgt more prosperous now than years ago. Kut as impor- ts the seasons, the markets fthe fertility of the soil are, ideas to get the benefits factors in farming, sre have been some with who have not prospered. L all with ideas of farming Mffe been successful in grow- crops and raising animals, where is the prosperous Br who "h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 6 April 1917

AND BATTLE OF FLOWERS SAN ANTONIO April 16th to 21st Inclusive LOW RATES . VIA THE KATY unusual opportunity tor LOT8 OF FUN For tares, schedules, etc., ask any Katy Agent. THE WAR SITUATION jf}ERHAPS it may be incum- ■ bent upon the United States lb get out a " Blue Book," or a green book, or a book of some other color, explaining in it our Masons for going to war with Germany. And there ought to be good and sufficient reasons whenever a country takes this critical step. There are those who beiievc no cause is sufficient for war-except, possibly, de- fense. It is evident from the results of the last Presidential election that a large portion of this coun- try's population is not favorable to war. And yet it seems that we are being steadily drawn into the chasm. The fact is deplorable, and yet there is comfort about some fea- tures of the question. It appears to our mind that a force of cir- cumstances has made it seem that America has been working •gainst Germany from the start. Tec...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 6 April 1917

! ihds its sphere. If you really |y hive the desire *nd the de- atlon to accomplish—to succeed do, you can not be ultimately de- Ited. What more worthy ambition m to— BUILD YOU A HOME? tatyMa UfB Entetsi It's Up to You &■ Rockwell Bros. & Co. LUMBER DEALERS- 0 $ JforamtalB lltoraaSaf* to «•!! or pbon* In tba hum* ui4 pImm of —Htm .1 r|at «WMfcupo«tbl.. IfrmkMWtfothM pmmal. ktodly mn4 aacf tl <onmiintcu.t. Tkta will mall? Mrtat Tlx N«w« 1. kn . |ko P«>(ng**n4 wlllbahlahljawfwMal-BOTltMLl ir Eggs. bar- ■ first [Sa^iit'day bi Bumyfs Gro. Co. i Bom and daughter, for San Antonio 1 was down from this week, buying Everything to rain r . I fMttlung i U' « 20 30 TK* boy t thia *K* M changing Km mm<l mi ron- < lu<l«*M h#* doesn't know m murh m* h«* thought for. The Shielding Shadow. Jr """" 1 ' - Car St^cl( Salt just arrived at Burrows Cfro. Co. Col. G. E. Waters was up from Moran this week, attending to business in the city. The Methodist ladies are to have a Parcels P...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 6 April 1917

$£ • W 1 — — -*->gsi ' ■ :• 2H Ti WE*> . *¥% 1 / ■ S. WEBB Attorney at Law. L. H. HI Notary i m I 1 WEBB & HILL *41 Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. / ALBANY, (Shackelford County) Jit Matthews Memorial CM Last Sunday was a good day at Matthews Memorial Church, as we expected it would be. We partook of the Ixrnl's Supper to- gether. Some Christian people who are not Presbyterians par- took with us. and we were glad to have them do so. Seven new members were welcomed in the church. Next Sunday is Easter, and we expect that it will l e another joyous day. There are to be glad Eauter songs and beautiful Kas- ter flowers. Two classes of the bo on joyous themes, suited to the day. In the morning, "The Resurrection and the Life"; at night. "The Immortal Part." These subjects are the most intensely interesting and practi-1 cal that can occupy the attention of thinking people not even ex- cepting the latest war news and the ascending price of beef. I ta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 13 April 1917

XXXm, No. 45 •. V . ITlf TO "THE CAVE DWELLER OF ELAM" the Batty Editor of The Moran News we Extend Greetings (Two-in-One) fE PRESUME that we were born in cyclonic weather, all the days of our life we on joyed a row. When we 1 burnt powder and hear the of the war drum, it puts us oar metal, makes the red I tingle in our veins. There- oar bullets are primed and rpowder is always dry. W And now, just for a brief spell, i will stand on the firing line | pd pay our respects to the Cave 1 of Elam and the Frisky or of The Moran News. And f toour adversaries let us say, if !• get our rapier beneath your tngh, thick hides, and it begins to burn and sting, just wince and liar it, for just as soon as we pt done skinning you on one we will proceed to skin you i the other. b> our first article, in reply to ha Daddy of Elam Dots we **bed him the Cave Dweller; li, in a way. we guessed at it, id guess work is just as good l any when it hits—and we sure I his number. 'Whom the gods would de- the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 13 April 1917

THE ALBANY NEWS WUED EVERY FRIDAY morning Odiard H. McCarty, Ed. and Publisher It ■t Um PMt Subscription $1.50 Per Year ADVHTU1NO RATK8. Inaartkm*. 11 niliwt iRMfdMA ui-t r lneh for M of a H« or Mii In afaa. Lo«ata«nd raad > hbHjm. 10 Mota p«r IIm for ln«U inaartlon. •quant inaarttotu of lnal« and raadara, S i par lino f7«act>taaartton. FRIDAY. APRIL 13. 1917. Uncle Sam is a Rood humored old fellow; yes, he is mighty hard to get a scrap out of. He Will bear and forbear. For three years he has just about let Mex- ico have her own way; they have killed and robbed our people, de- stroyed their property by. the millions, and yet our Uncle Sam did not get mad. For the past ,^wo or three years Germany has slain our people on the ocean, lhave sunk our ships, and Uncle .Sam has protested and protest- tje j^e wro^P (0 the Governor eu, and he has done so much of 0f Texas asking for permission Sam's coat tail is dancing in the breezes, and when he gets thru with this fracas, the world wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 13 April 1917

H. Frledly IIHE MET STK Mm j Keeps the variety of goods the people want. rare, Dry Goods, Hats, dotting, hoes, and Cowboy Boots. Jfou get your goods at lowest prices all the time. tour Business Appreciated LI. Jeter Dead iJpf Mr. A. H. Jeter tbfpurtded Friday morn- to learn that he was dead, i not been well for ueveral few outside of the 'knew that he w^s sick. Iling possible was done him, but Thursday night he with hemorrhage of the i funeral procession left the tf, Mrs. VV. H. Gibbs at his work being done under the greatest difficulties. His success despite these handicaps prove the iiyiomitable spirit of the man. Mrs'. Jeter died Dec. 15, 1915. Mr. Jeter is survived by neither brother nor sister, but leaves a number of children, as follows: L. B. Jeter, Crystal Falls; E. A. Jeter, Albany; C. L. Jeter, Sey- mour; Mrs. Lena Sanford. Wi- chita Falls; I). Jeter, Brecken- Fut Grilfis ScM Oases On last Friday night the Fort Griffin school held its closing ex- ercises at the public scho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 13 April 1917

T.W f' Psi' 1 ' f f*?T ya. < j ij I *•; '■i Fiesta San Jacinto A % J'V asanas A :>.T? Vbh — 21: \ "THE MAN OF THE HOUR." CONTINUED FROM I'AOK ONE Sod ! the South was rifrht in her contention. And the gladiators like Clay, Calhoun, Toombs and Jefferson Davis contended in the forum not for human slavery, but for a political right. The great storm was gathering —it was a dark hour in our his- tory. The crisis was upon us, and apparently the house was tottering and about to fall. But not so. Over yonder in job. Will he do it? Let's see. In the year 1912, when the Dem- ocratic party was scouring heav- en and earth to find a man to "lick" the Republicans with at the polls, then it was that the Goddess of Democracy laid her hands upon Wood low Wilson and led him into the battle. He went into the convention minus enough j votes to win, but he was a child of destiny, and the gods mon- ' keyed with the keys thanks to i Bill Bryan and Wilson was de- clared the champion of the party. |The...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 13 April 1917

. world is too much given to look- r backward. It is well to remember | |o profit by experience, but it is to look forward to the promises future than backward to the fees of the past. BUILD YOU A HOME? Rockwell Bros. & Co. LUMBER DEALERS... •« The Girl and the Game" at Birchwood theatre Friday night, by Helen Holmes. Why not buy the best when it does not cost any more? Light Crust Flour is the best. It's lip to You How can I be reasonably sure of a com- fortable fortune when sixty years old? ia / JJraonalfi ■ Itaraadara to mallor phon. In the nam* and plate* of residence of aa poeelble If jrou know of other pereonala kindly aand MM of tha communicant. Thia wlllrraatly aaalat Tha New. In keep bleaal happening* and wlllbehlrhlyappreciated. -EDrroa.] On account of the scarcity of water, the oil company will pipe their water from Hubbard creek. Yes, they cannot head us off. We are going after oil. Following is a list of First Saturday prizes, won in the con- test : Chickens- First ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 13 April 1917

7tS . S. WEBB Attorney at Law. L. H. HI! Notary WEBB & HILL ?' k Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. ALBANY, (Shackelford County) u II L . j. \lf- Rockwell Cloud ! Way of Salvation," interrupted UI'll | * xi, y 'by Communion and Faster, will Will )0in the Navy now be resumed. The third of of the series, on "The Cross in F. B. Cloud informed us this .. ,.. ,, , ., the Life, comes next Sunday week that his son, Rockwell, j ..u,u .i i morning. W hy the heavy would join the Marine Corps of j . . cross, dear Lord' we sometimes; the United States. Rockwell is! , .. . ... , say, when, if we knew Hun bet-1 now in the Military Institute at . , ,, . . . , ter, we should reioice to bear the Greenvdle, and recently wrote to (T,)SS H(. h#B asslRn,.(|. his father for permission to offer The 8ubject of thp 8ermon at Birthday Party his service to his country. That's the idea, the American boys should come to the help of their country. Yes, they should show their patrio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 20 April 1917

flit |tag Hots Ei No. 46 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1017 - Whole Number HIS COST OF AMERICA'S GARBAGE CAN il and Reliable Figures Charge this Household Adjunct with $700,000,000 PRESIDENT of the United States, in an appeal to all Americana issued Sunday night, among other things, said: "Let me suggest thateveryone who creates or cultivates a gar- iMps ®nd helps greatly to solve the problem of feeding the and that every housewife who practices strict economy elf in the ranks of those who serve the nation. This is i for America to correct her unpardonable fault of waste- land extravagance." When the President of the United States sees fit to issue such !«peal to the nation we believe it is the duty of every American Itake the matter seriously. We feel sure that the organized i of the state will take it seriously, and it is because we be- i this that we are addressing this editorial to them. Now, it tbeeoming abundantly plain that the question of increased food tion, both on the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 20 April 1917

I THE ALBANY NEWS ■bubd every friday morning i Mekartf H. MeCarty, Ed. and Publisher it ■t Iki M (Mm it Albany. Taaaa. aa ~ Olaaa Kail Hattar. Subscription $1.60 Per Year ADVnTOlMO RATES. Dtopbur «ii«thwla, alnatla limrMnna. U Mala par inch; aobaaqoant Inaartlona. IS l-l r tnah tar aaah Inaartioo. Ian radoc- ba mad*anaJiallwUthatara ana- a paca or toara In ilaa. Local* and raad- ■aa. 10 aanta par llna far aln«la Inaortlon laant laoartfcma of locala and raadan. 6 aaata par him for aaeh Inaartlon. FRIDAY. APRIL 20, 1917. that wmmm bond issue £ONGRESS HAS VOTED A ^ seven billion dollar bond tout with which to finance this gnfeat war. Talk about gold and wealth and resources -these United States have the world skinned. We do not know how rich we are. Neither do we know how strong we are, for the simple reason that our strength has never been put to a crucial test. The visible supply of gold in America is more than in any other three Powers on earth. And yet it is not all in sight. There...

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