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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 May 1917

IS OH! KIU 'EM! | when they made Mayor Diller head of the city Did you read his death warrant to our j, the Fly ? I be • slacker. Help the town to clean, up by doing fea Mayor says clean up and use Lime and there stoaay Swatting to do. He's right. Apd we have i to sell. [WELL BROS. & CO. jb / firrBonals We received a card statement of the Beckham National Bank of Graham this week. This bank has a capital stock of one hun- dred thousand dollars, surplus and undivided profits, seventy thousand, loans and discounts, | $314,924.57, and individual de- posits, $311,682.85. Now on this i statement csrd we find the name j of R. E. Lynch, president, and I P. K. Deats, cashier, both of' Shackelford county, and Paul Deats is one of our adopted sons. Now, we want to say that we have loaned these boys of ours to the city of Graham to get things straightened out over there in the banking business. Then we are Buy your Groceries at Murrie's Jim Nail was in from the ranch this week. Something n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 May 1917

■i. ■ 51 a Y BB t Law. L. H. HILL Notary Pul ] <1 1 I I WEBB & HILL ALBANY, Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. (Shackelford County) TEXAS Episcopal Church Service Services Mill be held at the Kpivopal church on Sunday eve- ning. l!Uh mst., at H.00 o'clock, and a Communion service on Monday morning. Mth inst. Archdeacon Williams will be in attendance and conduct the ser- vice*. l>on't forget al*>ut the Mer- chants' and Farmers' Matinee everv Saturday afternoon at 2:00 o'cloek. Free to all living out- aide the corporate limits of Al- bany. In a recent shipment of Ford cars received b> W. J. Dodson was a Ford Couplet. which Mr. Dods'.n ordered as a present for Mrs |)<>ds<>n and Kae Light Crust Flour is the best. The water holes in Shackelford ' county are mights lov* Why not buy the best when it does not c< st any more'.' Light Crust Flour is the best. Don't fail to see Whispering Smith at Hirchwood Theatre Sat- urday nu;ht by H...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 May 1917
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 June 1917

1 ▼•1. XXXIV, No. 1 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1917 Whole Number 179ft "MUSIC HATH CHARMS" The Singing Convention at Newcomb Surpasses any Like Event in the History of the County WKJ localize and paraphrase in incien: .aid honorable ex- , pression, "All roads Kd to Newcomb." last Sunday, the attraction being the meeting of the Shackelford County Singing Convention. Beginning to assemble in the early morning, people were still arriving up to 4.00 o'clock in the ifternoon.com- ing in luxurious limousines, modest itneys, motor delivery cars, and horse-drawn vehicles of v.irw ■> clvu icter. Representativ e groups of uicepeopl wei • present from all sections of the county, and from as far is < iorman. Holi- i an and Breckenridge on the east to Thro, kmorfon and other points on the north and west. Hu-i ,> must have been in the neighborhood of ?oo singers and tuditors on hand, and | they surely had a splendid time, enjoying themselves to the limit in happy association, song an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 June 1917

uag>«f4<sa«af^re WE ARE STILL IN BUSINESS AT THE SAME OLD STAND The oldest dry goods merchants in Albany. The store that is noted for its 9 quality of merchandise, courteous treatment and a square deal. We take care of our trade, study the wants of our custv.wiers===hence our steady growth. We are never too busy to answer questions or show goods. Make our store your headquarters while in the city, where you will al- ways find a welcome. And remember the main secret of our succes is quality merchandise. ALBANY, TEXAS SEDWICK & COOK ALBANY, TEXAS THE ALBANY NEWS issued every friday morning Richard H. McCarty, Ed. and Publisher Mn. Iictart I. McCwty Wm Natprat *aC«t| ■ • ■ kimdit iIh Phi Otn it Alktu r,iw. n S*eondClau Mill Mutt*. 9uinscription $1.50 Per Year ADVERTISING RATK8 DMplay •dvartmoMata. ia«l* InMrCioaa. It Mats per inch: mbMquont InMrtlon.. 121-2 hill mi Inch (or m*h lnMrttoo. kobm raduc- Han will b* mada an riwllwaitt that ar« nne- IkM of a pa«« or mora In alia. L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 June 1917

J. H. Friedly |l i IMET STOBt H| Keeps the variety of goods the people want. Hardware, Dry Goods, Hats, Clothing, Shoes, and Cowboy Boots. You get your goods at lowest prices all the time. Your Business Appreciated called for him 'to stand to the guns,' and he did not flinch. It is easy enough to he pleasant When life flows along like a song, Why They are Not Wealthy TPHK same amount of invest- ment, study, application and But the man worth while is tlabor that is required for the PUBLIC EDUCATION THRU LOCAL NEWSPAPERS. A striking illustration of the way in which local newspapers- can instruct the public on all health topics is found in the special Y. W. ('. A. edition of the K noxville (Tenn.) Sentinel, issued by the women of Knox- ville. This edition contains a large number of special arti-J cles on many topics of local! and general interest, an entire j page being given to public health. A large share of this) page is occupied by an article on "Organized Medicine. W hat it Stands...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 June 1917

— ■I WEBB S. WEBB Attorney at Law. ALBANY, L. H. HILL Notary Public. HILL Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. (Shackelford County) TEXAS It Matthews Memorial Church The subject of the sermon next Sunday morning will be. "Champions of Liberty." Last Sunday was officially de- signated "Liberty lx>an Sun- day." We observe it one week late, because information from the Government and from the Bankers Association, essential to its proper observance, did not come to hand until this week. We shall sing patriotic songs. Dorothv Smith will recite " America the Beautiful." Come and join other |>atriotic Americans in celebrating the day. At night, S.the subject of the sermon will be. "A Roman Soldier's Religion." Some people think that, be- cause war is so bad. it would not be possible for a soldier to be re- ligious : but some of them, even in the armies of Rome, have been very devout men. Come and hear the story of one of them. Miss Anna l>iller entertained...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 June 1917

< iHi, ite Sens f«l. XXXIV, No. 2 £ ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1917 Whole Nuber 1 HEADED FOR THE DISCARD The Albany Canning Club a Busy Bee i One of the busiest institutions "Uneasy Lies the Head that Wears a!inAI,,any iu,latthia,imcisthe Albany Canning Club. Crown Political Kingdoms I As per previous announcement ^ , 1« Mrs. Larry John Kittle of Co- 31*0 ^rumoiin^ manche. scientific demonstrator, _________ 1 came in Sunday and at 9:U0 a.m. Tuesday the Club headquarters *£ING CONSTANT!\'K of ' jteeCe abdicated I ut'Svl.tv in was a busy scene. The iirst favor of his son, Prince Alexander, flic downfall of thing on the program was a lee- King Constantine was brought about on account of hisjture Mrs. Kittle, and (iuite a pro-German policy. larKe numbfir were out t0 (,° T, v , . . ... , . . . honor to the occasion. The new King is credited with advanced democratic1 Mrs. Kittle is a fluent and in- tendencies, and reputed to be in hearty sympathy with the lBr,,stin(, ta,ker am| it...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 June 1917

• v: I 1 WE ARE STILL IN BUSINESS AT THE SAME OLD STAND The oldest dry goods merchants in Albany. The store that is noted for its quality of merchandise, courteous treatment and a square deal. We take care of our trade, study the wants of our customers===hence our steady growth. We are never too busy to answer questions or show goods. Make our store your headquarters while in the city, where you will al- ways find a welcome. And remember the main secret of our succes is quality merchandise. ALBANY, TEXAS SEDWICK & COOK ALBANY, TEXAS I HE .ALBANY NEWS ibsugd kry friday , >rmnc. Richard H. McCarty, El. and Publisher an. Ikkait * HtCirt) ■ ■ ttucliti idrtji ■M ■«! -! MtCtrtv ■ Uifti Kitn •ni at tht Coat iMBce at Albany. Taiu. M ^•coml Ctaa* Mail Matter StnwMRiPTiON $1.50 Per Year ADVEKTUMNG RATES i u lay ttdvrrtii tu«nt*. slnala innrtibrt, IS mm -0 |H*r Inch; eubftaiuont ln*Ttlona. U 1*S I «r Inch for « nch m «rtWm Mom# r«*lu< • Um ■ 11 bo m*dr an u<iv rtkooroet>t« that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 June 1917

J. H. Friedly IlHi WC>n STORt HAN Keeps the variety of goods th people want. (y Hardware, Dry Goods, Hats, Clothing, Shoes, and Cowboy Boots. Yon get your goods at lowest prices all the time. Your Business Appreciated It's the Truth Dying for One's Country It was Nathan Hale who said, "I regret I have hut one life to lose for my country." And it is Horace who makes one of his heroes say, "It is sweet and glorious to die for one's country." There have been many and striking illustrations of this in our country's history. It is said that the untimely fate of Col. Owen Roberts, who fell atStono, was the cause of universal re- gret. He was an indexible pa- triot, an excellent disciplinarian and enthusiastic in pursuit of t military fame. I His son, who was in the action, hearing of his misfortune, has- tened to him. The expiring vet- eran, perceiving in his counte- nance the liveliest sorrow, ad- dressed him with great compo- sure : " I rejoice, my boy, once again few years old were ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 June 1917

* !i I •V" L. H. HILL Notary Public. S. WEBB Attorney at Law. WEBB & KILL Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. ALBANY, (Shackelford County) TEXAS HOW TO ATTAIN OLD AGE. The chances of attaining old are much greater if we live nv.v-h of our life in fresh coun- tr. air Statistics go to show according to Dr. Dexso. of Ru- cl; nest, that the fourth genera- tion of the town dweller is un- known; but enough is current- ly reported to make the conclu- sion inevitable that the sine qiu non of longevity is a cer- tain amount of time spent in tli'' country. The city child is ubject to a number of dis- turbing conditions other than mere absence of creature com- forts. which undermine the constitution by throwing too heavy a burden on the sense or- gans. through which exhaus- tion of the central nervous sys- tem follows; among these con- ditions are noises, a perpetual ro'nid of hurry, and unending se<i ienc< s of incidents exhaust- ing the attention, to which...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 June 1917

«T! *TSi f [! i ®« Mwira Hens XXXIV, No. 3 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1917 Whole Number 1727 YOUNG MEN'S BOOSTER CLUB Mineral Wells Good Roads Meeting En- lists Livest Bunch that Ever Came Down the Pike waked Fort Worth up and we proceeded to round up that Dal- las and Fort Worth parade that's what we went over there for, anyway. Hut before organ- izing that parade something ri^ht funny happened. We met Gray Webb and he was all worked up, as lie had lost Edward Stephens and Herbert Barstow said he couldn't find them anywhere. WEALTH UF WARRING NATIONS went out, leaving us in the dark twenty-five miles from nowhere. We tried to fix them. Crawford Brazzell and Brooksey King came . along, and they tried to fix them, but they just wouldn't fix. SoA Gentleman from Missouri," presum- we got in front of Crawford's' car, and by the shine of hi ■ head light we made it to Caddo, where we struck camp, and sent ('raw- ford and Brooksey on to spread ably, Rises to a Point of Order and Has t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 June 1917

1 f * f / if ft & Good "j f ■ Jihads Sedwick & Cook's HERE yOU WILL FIND a comP,ete ,ine °* children's gingham dresses, la- — = dies' middies and house aprons, all fast colors. Why sew this hot weather when you can get such values as we are offering in this line? Let us show you. Ifxtra values in plain and fancy lawns, voiles and organdies, priced from 10c to 45c. Men's genuine Panama hats, several styles, priced from $3.50 to $5.00. 50 pair of men's low quarters, all sizes, in tan and black, special $3.50. We carry everything in Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes. We are always glad to show goods, and our prices are right. albany, texas SEDWICK & COOK albany, texas THE ALBANY NEWS (88uf.d every friday morning Richard H. McCarty, Ed. and Publisher ■n. IMirt * McCMtf • Mat MMftt NcCjrt, ■ ■atrial th. Hon OOc. at Albany. Taiu. u Sacond cum Mill Mtttrr. Subscription $1.50 Pf.r Year laid out north of the present one; will run around the mountain, and coine out on top of the hill ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 June 1917

m THE UNIVERSAL CAR To pret the maximum of service from your Ford ear, it must have careful attention from time to time; a little "tuning up" to keep it running smoothly always adds to its power and endurance. To be assured of the best mechan- ical service and the use of genuine Ford mate- rials, bring your car here where you get prac- tical Ford experience, and the regular Ford parts. Ford prices, fixed by the company, are the same everywhere. Touring Car $360, Runabout &M5, Sedan $645. Coupelet $506, Town Car $595- all f.o.b. Detroit On sale at Ford Garage. W. J. Dodson, Prop. lit God does not keep him from di- recting the most barbarous war- fare of all the ages. It has not prevented the murdering of in- nocent children and the outrag- ing of pure, helpless women. Hut it has applauded the sinking of hospital ships, with wounded soldiers and those who were min- istering to them in the name of humanity; it has applauded at every conceivable form of human misery, and ruin, and d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 June 1917

y , aMkM . / M U 1 J. H. Friedly I THE MCtEI STME MM I Keeps the variety of goods the people want. Hardware, Dry Goods, Hats, Clothing, Shoos, and Cowboy Boots. You get your goods at lowest prices all the time. Your Business Appreciated nwM/JilbH lust smile, boys, it willbf bet- term, send thorn to tin* pen, for ter further on. life. My all means the State < <r.sti- ti.tion should he changed and the University taken out o!' the Imnds of political tricksters. The man that is worth while is the man that can smile when everything goes dead wrong. The State of Texas, we n,.-an the legislative machinery >f this State, has for the past ten ^urs Icen in a devil of a muddle and thn end is not in sight. .lust keep 011 boosting, folks, don't sit around and whine just because it is a little dry some day that trash-mover will come. I f we had our way about it, we would clean up this State polit- ically and next year we would «!ect a set of business men r'rom governor on down, and send ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 June 1917

iome Dry Spell Yes, it's dry, and now is the time to do your building. Fix up the old house, barns and fences while the fixing is good. Some of these day-, it's going to rain and then it will be too wet to do anything. Also get ready to get it out of the rain. BUILD YOU A SHELTER ! JOfc] n. fix! ROCKWELL BROS. & CO. Mrs. G. E. Morgan has re- turned home from F'ast Texas. "Stop! Look! Listen!" at the Opera House Tuesday night, June 2t>. Benefit Red Gross. 2T>c -something new. Prices Stable. 1 Conservative bod/ th# a* COO. [orals & Jferflonalfi tmm I [The Newa reqaeate Ita readara tu mail or phone In the name* and plarea of raeldeme uf tar elaltora aa earlr in th«. w™ k poealble If you know of other peraonala kindly n nrt ®aleo with the name of the communicant Thla will greatly aaaiet The Newa In keep tH In touch with local heppaningeand willb* highly appreciated. KlilToa) J kled pigs feet at Market. - | Noack was on our streets rday. . A. Carter was up from wick this we...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 June 1917

V S. WEBB Attorney at Law. L. H. HILL Notary Public. WEBB & HILL Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. ALBANY, (Shackelford County) TEXAS Hard to Convince There was a native of Arkan- saw who was a tirm believer in baptism as an essential to salva- tion. He was a large and husky militant Christian. One day a neighbor met him, and noticed there were two or three scratches on his face and some blood on his clothes, and inquired what was the trouble. "Well, youall know /eke Mount, who lives down in the hollow. When /eke gets a fool idee in his head, it's the hardest kind of a^ob to argy him outen the notion. The Scripters teach jist ez plain ez day that a man has got to be immersed before he can be saml; but /-eke wanted toargy with me that sprinklin' was jest as good. I had to knock •ut three of his teeth, split his nose, black both eyes and mighty near bust his jaw before I could convince him there wasn't nuth- in' in his position. Some men hain't got no r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 29 June 1917

ike Mens "J ?«L XXXIV, No. 4 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1917 Whole Number 1798 ■ f Cross Mass Meeting a Splendid Success Last Friday evening a mass Sleeting was called under the pices of the Red Cross for the Oil WeH Situation The Reynolds oil well has been at a standstill for several weeks in .so far as drilling is concerned. They had the misfortune of get j ting a loint of casing stuck in porposeof putting some pep into th(. sand we#>ks ag0 amJ the campaign for raising money lor Red Cross work. Mr. By num of Abilent orator for the occasion. Col. it they couldn-t Sam Webb was called upon to every known remedy for the moving of same was brought to ,vas bear on the proposition, but move o the last and only remedy was applied, and make the introductory speech, J ' that was to drill it out, and to and in his happiest sty I* he re- , , ,, . . , v J that end they have been work- viewed the history of the Red • .■ , , in^ tor several weeks. Cro#s movement, its scope, etc. ,n conv,...

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