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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 20 April 1917

- H. Friedly [THE RACKET STORE MAN I Keeps the variety of goods the people want. nre, Dry Goods, Hats, Clothing, Shoes, and Cowboy Boots. You get your goods at lowest prices all the time. four Business Appreciated L—Soiardianship of John H. a Person of Vmound Mind (County Court of Shackel- County, Texas, I5d day of A.D. 1917. t is hereby given that I. Rudder, guardian of the of John H. Huskins, a i of unsound mind, will on Ifthday of May. A.D. 15)17, the first Tuesday in said , it Albany, in the county keiford, State of Texas, III public auction to the high- tidder the following de- tract or parcel of land, to the said estate, to interest from date until paid at the rate of eight per cent inter- est per annum, and containing the usual clause for ten per cent additional if placed in the hands of an attorney for collection, or if collected by suit. This sale is to be made subject to the approval of the County Judge of Shackelford county. Witness my hand this LK. th day of March, A. I)...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 20 April 1917

■ m } it w, r i'j' i ff I ;>f P Mod«l 99 Touring IF YOU IRE LOOKING FOR Service, durability, quality, appearance and comfort in an Automobile or Motor Truck You owe it to yourself to investigate OVERLAND AUTOMOBILES ....and.... REPUBLIC flOTOR TRUCKS SOLD BY H. H. WOOD ALBANY, TEXAS J CONTINUED KROM t'IKKT I'AGK THE COUNTRY IS AROUSED jacent to towns, where labor ad- TO THE SITUATION ditional to the regular farm sup- ; ply can be secured for growing potatoes, beans, onions, etc. President Wilson says that Each community is able to go those boys will be "Soldiers of ahead upon this Work without the Commissary." There are help from outside. The aggre- gate result will depend upon the I efficiency of the local organiza- are fine possibilities in this idea. The boys may be brought to feel that they are serving their eoun-! tions. try as truly as their older broth- j We take the liberty of address- ers who enlist in army or navy; ^ no* on'-v 0UI own Bank ^'or" and the girls should hav...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 20 April 1917

• k-3. world is too much given to look- j backward. It is well to remember Snd to profit by experience, but it is ter to look forward to the promises ; of the future than backward to the itakes of the past. BUILD YOU A HOME? Rockwell Bros. & Co. LUMBER DEALERS... alfi JferaottalH lit* nadm to mail or phon* In th* num and placM of r«aid*ne of in th« wook ■■ poMlblo. If roii know of otbor pmonili kindly Mod fctMBoof th« communicant ThU will r«.tl7 ualat Tk« N.wain korp- i ton) k«pp*nlnit and w ill b« b ichlyappreciated. - Koito*. ) at your Eggs. was in town by trading with ery Co. iSmpson was doing bus- I Ac city Wednesday. i Cloud is home for a I from Greenville to visit the crowds to Birch- Saturday after- tlo'elock. iWflhite. one of the lead- its of Lueders, was MljthiB week. Whole Wheat Flour at Murrie' R. L. Broad foot was up from Sedwick this week. Will Powers was doing busi- ness in the city Tuesday. Complete stock of Sherwin- Williams Paints and Varnishes at Murrie's. Jim ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 20 April 1917

mm ' * ,r— I S. WEBB Attorney at Law. ALBANY, •' "Cm L. H. HI! Notary Pul i t i* 1SB WEBB & HILL Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. i -M (Shackelford County) TEXi County Singing Convention Notice to Music Lovers of Shackel- ford and Throckmorton Counties The Shackelford County Sing- ing Convention has grown to be such an enormous event that we have annexed Throckmorton county to our territory, and, later on, intend to let the Song Wave roll until we annex all ad- joining counties. So, on the Fifth Sunday in April, it being the 29th day of the month, you are cordially in- vited to meet us at Woodson, Throckmorton county the city which is noted for its hospitality and progressiveness, and around which city live a music - loving people, and a people who will rally to the support and work for the success of the convention. and most generously arrange for the enjoyment of the good peo- ple who attend. Firing along your well-tilled baskets and song hooks, an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 27 April 1917

Hit iAnna mm, no. 47 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1917 \ NEW POSTOFFICE BUILDING ressman Thomas L. Blanton Advo- cates a $12,000Postoffice Build- ing for City of Albany SPECIAL DISPATCH to the Dallas News from Wash- ington, D. C., dated April ^d inst., outlines a bill >duced by Congressman Blanton in the National House Representatives as follows: 'Bills calling for appropriations totalling $118,;«0,000 introduced today by Representative Blanton of Texas. He largest amount is $100,000,000, being the cotton tax collected during the Civil War from Southern people, which le asks be appropriated to the surviving members of the Confederacy. Each survivor or his widow would receive |500 and a pension of $2f> per month until the total amount ]a consumed. "To construct a military highway from Brownsville to El Paso, following the meanders of the Kio Grande, and for such portions of a road west to the Pacific coast as the Sec- retary of War deems advisable, Mr. Blanton proposes to a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 27 April 1917

STAY ON THE JOB THE ALBANY NEWS ^OME PEOPLE are mightily discouraged about the ISSUED EVERY friday morning Kekartf H. McCsrty, Ed. and Publisher I. MM* SMMJUHN 'm Subscription $1.60 Per Year ADVUTBINO KATES. Inaartkma. IK tlona, IS 1-2 M radnc- Astir* one- af • paca or mart In >Ih 1-ocaU and r* d- laaa. 10 Mil par Urn for alnsla Inaartlon. iMnt In—rtloni of local* and raadara. h par Una for aaah laaartlan. ¥;-APRIL 27. 1917. BISTIN6UISHE0 ENGLISH STATESMEN ON AMERICAN SOIL r RITISH Foreign Minister Balfour and members of his High Commission landed on American soil this week, and are now in the Nation's capital con- ferring with the President and his Cabinet. Their business here is to con- fer with the United States otl'i- cials, and to outline and have an understanding with this country aa to what part it shall take in this bloody struggle. To say the least of it, it is a grave hour in our history, and the end :u not in sight. We have thought and hoped all along, since the United...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 27 April 1917

—— 1 ■ rn . H. Friedly [eeps the variety of goods the people want. wds, Hats, Clotliing, Cowboy Boots. You get your goods at lowest prices all the time. roar Business Appreciated ? % wt dianship of John H. a Parson of iRSiund Mind Jfefka County Court of Shackel- fai County, Texas, 3d day of March, A.D. 11)17. Notice is hereby given that 1, &M, Rudder, guardian of the 4ftMa of John 11. Huskina, a ppn of unsound mind, will on day of May, A.D. 1<>17, the first Tuesday in said at Albany, in the county ;elford. State of Texas, Hi at public auction to the high- Mi bidder the following de- garibed tract or parcel of land, Monging o the said estate, to IHacres of land lying and be- Ill aituate in Shackelford coun- feftxas, about two miles north i|rt from the town of Moran, atd heing University Quarter fection Survey No. IS, and same Mm all the land owned by said TV terms on which I will sell, arid land above described, on rid fate. will be as follows, to tit: tea-fourth cash, and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 27 April 1917

ip,v: ■ RURAL LOCALS & ■ DURING plowing and seeding there's a cloud of duct wound the gears all the time. Dust and sand get on the gear teeth, cause rapid wear—early replacements. Cbatwi Compound on gears,chains and sprockets protects them even under these seven; conditions. In spite of the dust and dirt this great lubricant sticks to the treated parts and protects them. It coats each and every tooth with lubricant and keeps them coated It doesn't dry or flake off. Neither will it wash off nor melt. It just sticks and lubricates always. That's why Ckatkk Compound makes gears last longer—saves replacements and delays. Increastw the profits on your tractor investment. Try a #6-lb. can of Texaco Ckatkk Compound. Call on Texaco dealer, or write our nearest office. Thert is a T**ai lubricant far mry pu rpo*4. THE TEXAS COMPANY Otfwl Ottora • H out ton, Teui DmImi Every where W/E met a lady in Moran from " East Texas, and about the first thing she said was. " What do you raise out her...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 27 April 1917

" WW] t ' little bit not wasted, is a little bit " You do not WASTE anything, i SAVE a great deal when you- IUILD YOU A HOME... L Rockwell Bros. & Co. LUMBER DEALER8... 0 / Jfrraottalfi itonwilor phono In nd Ihm of midam i yfetfcawwk m poMibl*. If tou know ttotbor pmonala kindly Mnd irftkaMauBoikant. Thl* wllltrmtljr ustat Tb« Nm In k p ilfcwin«'~« •" l>l*l>l «ppr«el ud. - Editok. 1 i your Eggs i on oar stree ts Buy your Groceries at Murrie's Mack amber cane iGro. Co. Carter of Sedwick idty this week. was down from country this week. Lipton and llftBurrows Grocery Lee Oldham was in town Mon- day. Henry Green was over from Breckenridge this week. Congressman Blaiton 'yHE INDEX notes, as was expected of him by his friends, that Con- gressman T. L. Blanton of this, the Sixteenth, Con- gressional district, is mak- ing himself heard in the council of the Nation. Judge Blanton was one of the number selected by the leaders for debate on Pres- ident Wilson's war meas- ures, and st...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 27 April 1917

Si" !:( ! m 9B HRP ■■ ,'ig •s . m S. WEBB Attorney at Law. L. H. HI Notary t WEBB & HILL Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. 11 ALBANY, (Shackelford County) te: Patriotic Rally in Albany :whole wiU stan,i by lh'ir 1>rc,i- dent, and we believe they will The citizens of Albany showed1 ,ine when the time comes for their patriotism this week in a actK)n- ^'e arc not concerned grand rally for Old Glory. A at 3,1 about sol,lit'rs and *uns' flag pole was raised on Main ^ut thing, people, act at Street and at 2 o'clock Wednes- once h'8 that wt' day afternoon they raised the make ra',id «* American flag. The business ready for the '*ndin* cont,ict men closed their stores, the pub- 0ur K^opean allies are in dire lie school marched down in a net'd of our he,P,n tht' wa* of body, the Albany Hand played food supp,ies and so,<,K'rs- 80 and the school children sang America and Dixie, after which Richard Dyess and others made talks. Judge N. L Bartholomew fur- ni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 4 May 1917

She Man tfi 9 Mens II, No. 48 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1917 COL JACOB WOLTERS ires the War is Against the Prussian Military Despotism—not Against the German People WlMtelfittkar 1 rm IE PATRIOTIC ADDRESS of Col. Jacob F. Wolters of Houston to the members of the Texas Senate and at Austin, April -*6th, aroused considerable enthusi- and is classed as one of the best speeches yet heard the subject of the war with Germany. In a special Itch to the Waco Times-Herald a staff correspondent lizes Col. Wolters' address as follows: Introduced by Representative Cope, with whom Col. Wolters ha1? always differed on political questions, Col. Woltere stated in tpening that it was far more gratifying than personal vanity to find that in Texas " we are all one eple." and that "the time has come when we must forget we are of different political views, of different religious | weeds, of different personal inclinations," and to know that "we are of one allegiance, to one flag that the Fathers lM*h...

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

mkv&i THE ALBANY NEWS ■wed every roiday morning N. McCarty, Eland Publisher L tkCmH ■ ■ • McCirtf • ■ • llttkiM J ■t OSm at Albany, ttt* aa Claaa Hall Matter. Subscription $1.50 Per Year ADVERTISING RATES. i_,_, adiwlla—itm. *tn*U ln ort onm. It u pn Inch: wkaaaaml InMrttons. ltl-t E par laak tor oak lnaartton. Boom radoe- I will kaaa£<ma4f«rtlMa«it> that an ona- att or mart In *Im. Locala and r«ad- , 10 eanta par Una for alnf I* Inwrtion. t Inaartlam of local* and raadan. I r Itna for FRIDAY. MAY 4, 1917. STEP LIVELY! *TpALK about doing thirds, the * Americans have got the world skinned. The die is cast, and Uncle Sam has pitched his hat into the ring, and great re suits are going to happen in this world war. The first act in the great drama will be lo curb Germany's submarine warfare, and Uncle Sam is going to do that by bridg- ing the Atlantic with a cordon of ships loaded with provisions to feed Europe. And watch out, Germany, with your undersea boats, or else the inve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 4 May 1917

■ ■' * *• H. Friedly ITHE BUCKET STORE MAN sps the variety of goods the people want. i, Dry Goods, Hats, Clothing, Shoos, and Cowboy Boots. You get your goods at lowest prices all the time. Business Appreciated Record hasn't got Shackelford county skinned very bad. We have a jail and a courthouse, but they are not used very much. The jail is rented out most of the time for a warehouse, and we have knowledge of the fact that three grand juries have met in succession and have failed to find a bill. At the April term of court this year the grand jury was in ses- sion less than two days, and did not return a bill. We have three or four lawyers in the city, and doggone good ones, too, and if it was not for their outside practice they would have to play poker for a living. There is another distinction which Shackelford county has- it has only #2,000 bonded indebt- edness, and this will be liqui- dated in July. interesting but queer given out at Austin day by Tax Collector If Moor of King ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 4 May 1917

* mi m n ■i Order this Id-Gallon Dm of Texaco Motor Oil It Saves Irt Mighty OsaviMsot \/CW kra el whaa jm ased it, in a leak-proof, I dw proof mutou-. *•■• *•■ • f ******* xnd you gt* a qwsnti*/ pw tbri e sssl m*h ithAsTttseodhu. is yow |Mac* you start thi tap oil tkac Tmw Motor Oil cuts down nt n or yeer j ow upaooca. It Smoothly oo has towtr— It 4ooa not loovt sard om scraping, atna repair* Get thia 15-f alloc drum floao The Tom* Conap any agaot in your town, or write our neaaaat oftee motor running iowor "fas" bilk, aavca carbon THE TEXAS COMPANY HOUSTON, TkXAS NEW ROAD RECORD ATTAINED Maxwell Four makes Run Fort Worth to Abilene, via Albany, in 5 Hours and 38 Minutes It now looks like the South! American republics are going to fall in line and join hands with Uncle Sam in crushing the Prus- sian war machine. ere long the civilized world will be a democracy. In its finality, if this war lasts twelve month?, the Government of the United States will have to take charge of the food ...

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

is the man who moves so fast he Ain't see the danger signals-slow down [ t little and make some preparation for the days that are to come. ...BUILD YOU A HOME... Rockwell Bros. & Co. LUMBER DEALER8... A full line of laundry and toil- et soap at Burrows Gro. Co. Famous Tenderloin station, seen in "The Soul of Broadway " at Birchwood Theatre, Thursday night, May 10th. :al0 / Jterfionala lIU to null or phona In tb« namaa and plaeaa of raaidenca of MWiy In tKa waak aa poaaibla. If yon know of othar paraonala kindly aand ha umbo of tha communicant. Thla will (raatlr aaalat The N.wi in ka«p. lloaalhappanlngaand willbahishlyappraciatad. - EdiToi.) its your Eggs. I was on our streets butter and eggs to i Gro. Co. ndMn. Tom Crow were t city Saturday. K. Titus was down from country this week. «nd Mrs. Jerry Lynch Stopping in the city this stock of Sherwin- Paints and Varnishes Buy your Groceries at Murrie's David Huber was in town Sat- urday. J. N. Moore was on our streets this week. Uine...

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

m I • m i % U 1 t: & v^ I I S. WEBB Attorney at Law. L. H. HU Notary , a ■ H *1 WEBB & HILL Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. s ALBANY, (Shackelford County) te: Fort Worth - El Paso Highway From the rejiorts received from Austin, it is likely that the ap- pointments on the State High- I way Commission will be made by the Governor by the time this Kim's to press. This means that th" machinery of that depart- ment will soon he in operation. ' Before the Commission can act on any application to have any roads designated as State high-, ways, it will he necessary for the connty judges in the different! counties interested to have maps made showing their highway system, and designating those roads which they wish to be made State highways. A letter will go out in a few days to all county judges along our highway, asking that they submit uiiipsut once for the pur- pose of having the Fort Worth- El Paso Highway through their counties designated as a Stat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 May 1917

, No. 49 h' s i, 't TIMES AND GOOD TIMES Press" Discourses Interestingly and Pertinently Upon Subject in The Dallas News IDER the caption of " War Times and Good Times," State Press," submits some timely and pertinent Itions in a recent issue of the Dallas News which we 1th copy in full, believing they are well worth the ll and careful consideration of our readers: fp AH to Whom These Presents Shall Come: Greetings — A consistent perusal af many Texas newspapers, eman- from all quarters of our dearly beloved State, as well 'il his personal mail, convinces State Press that quite a lot af people in Grand Old Texas are permitting themselves to ffew these war times with a faulty perspective. This country is engaged in conflict with Germany, or ttght to be so engaged, and such conflict will be in some Measure what war always is — bad for one or the other or both parties. But in any event, under any conceivable cir- flmstances, the war will affect this country not as wars of fcvasion and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 May 1917

WU: w u f , h INI5 n ■ . jfjrj • hit *- tia i •■z<ss&&twsBt># - ■ 'JTrsor Special Bargains for Saturday and Monday, May 12th and 1 Quick sales and short profits has always been our business motto---heni this Special Sale. Now remember that we make these special prices the dates above mentioned. Come in early and make your selections fore sizes are broken. Now is the time to make your spring and summ purchases, as goods are going up all the while, and no prospects of a let'-i in the near future. This is not a job lot of stuff but bought regular ai fresh factory made. Underwear Lot No. 528—Men's athletic underwear, knee length, sleeveless, regular $1.00 value, special Lot No. ii>22—Boys' genuine Porosknit union suits, short sleeve, knee length, sizes 26 to {4. Special Lot No. 74<>—Men's Balbriggan union suits, ankle length, short sleeve, all sizes, regular $1.50 value. Special Lot No. 57*8—Ladies' knit union suits, elvelope style, regular $ 1.29 value. Special L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 May 1917

H. Friedly I1K tTOET STIM Will the variety of goods the people want. Dry Goods, Nats, GMto* Shoos, and Cowhoy Boots. You get your goods at lowest prices all the time. Business Appreciated Memrial Church 1 fWWVVIWl IW wtWS VII <1 Dm Voyage ii Unbjsct of the sermon on Snaday morning will be. Christian and His This is the same ser- in the series on '' The j cl Salvation " — which was i been preached last Sun- Jng, when the service mined out. We are not ling, being too thankful f to rain. k light, 8.00 o'clock, the ser- - will be on, "Jehovah. God The preacher will mnething to say to those j Qf are going forth to war; , to those who are going to i and work to support i in the field. Mr. and Mrs. G. L Gregg will leave in a few days for Kerrville, where they go for the benefit of Mrs. Gregg's health. This will not be a permanent change of residence for Mr. and Mrs.Gregg, but only temporary. Lester says he is not leaving for good at all, but on account of the reason stated above. Yes, h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 May 1917

1 „ 4. . 1 H l, THE UNIVERSAL CAR • The new Ford cars ar - up-to-the-minute in ap- pearance, with large radiator and enclosed fan, hood with full stream hi *■ < tfect, crown fenders fiont and rear, black finish with nickei trim- mings—a anappy looking car- with all the de- Table. enduring ana economical qualities that ve made the Ford "The Universal Car." One fact is worth more t> an a ton of guesses. Foi j J^"n£*from five to ten over any and all other Cmh 1*< Iksi !>' 1 more satis- factory service, last longer and are easier to op- erate and cost less to maintain. TMni Car IM Runabout Coupe 1*1 ISOG Tuwn Car KW, Sedu, W". -I. ak Detroit. On sale at Ford Garage, W. J. Dodson, Prop. ROAD MATERIAL IIDEMW U«it8d States GflvenrniMt Wislm InfimatioR about Crushed Stone Gravel and Sand M. L Church The Albany News is in receipt of a message dated at Austin, May 7th inst., advising that En- gineers of the United States Army wish to secure at the earli- est possible date complete...

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