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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 29 June 1917

f / Good #W7£* >\ . ;j <4 / '* TO ■ ■■■■■ i ■■■■•■ Sedwick & Cook's h : 11 ■ '■ I U , 1 If HERE W WILL FIND a complete line of 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. Extra values in plain and fancy lawns, voiles and organdies, priced from 10c to 45c. Men's genuine Panama hats, several styles, priced irom $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 ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING ft,chard H. McCarty. Ed and Publisher *. HcColf tauculi lat *-.i •*! *< acCvtf ■ Ut*Kj Hi 3< •.■mill Ik. C«l OCr, at Alton; T.I... M SOTsadCta.* Mai I Matter S. HSCRIPTION $1.50 PER VI \K ADVERTISING HATES «>*ptay u. *in|l« tr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 29 June 1917

THE UNIVERSAL CAR Ford cars are an important factor in every rural community. They help the family enjoy life, bring the pleasures and advantages of the city within reach, and give practical service every day. Ford cars require a minimum of attention; any one can run and care for them. Two million owners the world over prove these qualities every dav. We pledge Ford owners the reliable Ford service with genuine Ford parts and Standard Ford prices. Touring Car $.%0, Runabout $.'115, Sedan $<>45. Coupelet $505. Town Car 8o!)f> all f.o. !• Detroit On sale at Ford Garage. W. J. Dodson. Prop. Are You Doing for the Town? Cleburne Review: Does this ought ever occur to you "What am 1 doing for my wn?" The way you answer thisijues- must be the final test of r worth as a citizen. This eation should be asked and swered along the broadest ies. Are you a receiver instead of a ,ver? T There are great possibilities service in every man. Are KHI giving the best there is in ^fou. or does yo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 29 June 1917

* ■ } ' /i > I J. H. Friedly I THE BUCKET STOHi MUM I Keeps the variety of goods the people want Hardware, Dry Goods, Hats, Clothing, Shoos, and Cowboy Boots. Yom aet your goods at lowest prices all the time. Your Business Appreciated FROM OUR THINK TANK Well, we have pulled Shackel- ford county out ot' the mudhole. The longest State highway in the world extends from Texar- kana, via Albany, to El Paso. The Fort Worth-E! Paso High- way has the distinction of being the first highway in the State to be designated by the Commis- sion. Good! are ourn by the right of con- quest. and yet Baird, Cisco and Kastland said to us at Mineral Wells in the highway contro- versy, "we will take the South- ern National and let you fellows keep the Dixie Olerland. Every job is just as big as the man. The cradle of ease is the nur- sery of fools. "1 Can't" is not in the vocab- ulary of the men who master destiny. It takes grit and gumption to tackle a job and stay with it until victory is won. Down ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 29 June 1917

Have You Bought a Home Yet? If not, why not? Come in and let us help you plan for one. Don't be i slacker, keep business «oing. Uncle Sam is building homes for his soldier boys, why won't von BUILD YOU A UOiMH. ROCKWELL BROS. & GO. ■> a I A Corals $ f mwtmta -j (ThaN«WBr«aue«tBitBr«aUer«to mftilor phonn in th<« iiiimfN and plm-en of raaidrnee of any vtattorn an early in the week ah poaaible. if you know of other peraonalN kindly aend (hem alao with the namn of the communicant. Thin will irreatly mhhihI The New. in knot* Ins in touch with local happenincMund will be hiichly appreciated. Kditok. ) I I mm C Pickled pigs feet at Market. J. I). Nuah was on our streets Hi Monday. '' ^ W. L. Fincher of Moran was here Monday. David Huber was on our streets Saturday. Pure hog lard at the Market. .). 0. Gordon was on our streets Saturday. J. N. Davis was on our streets this week. Try some of our Veal Loaf. City Market. Walter Chism was up from i Moran Saturday. .1, 1. Pisch was doin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 29 June 1917

WEBB & HILL S. WEBB Attorney at Law. ALBANY, L. H. HILL Notary Public. Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. (Shackelford County) TEXAS Med Paragraphs When a man is never idle he has no time to be mean. Mend your temper and your manners will mend themselves. True happiness is a reflection of the happiness you have given to others. A diplomat is one who knows how to get what he wants with- out fighting for it. Many a man has won out be- cause of his inability to realize that he was whipped. flam intellectual women are just the least bit envious ot' the handsome silly ones If a girl works hard to get a husband, that is no sign she will worl hard to keep him after- wai <1 Tl.oiurh the under dog get> a lot of s.wi : h> tin* upper ca- nine gets the gate receipts. We usually know what is the best thing for us to do, but the trouble is to persuade ourselves to do it. Cheerfulness lubricates the I axles of the world. Some peo- I pie go through life with ...

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

Ufa leas ▼•1. XXXIV, No. 5 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1917 Whole Number 1729 tin OF ABILENE CELE- BRATED SATURDAY NIGHT Hie Occasion Being the Winning of the West Texas A. & M. College I. H. PARRAM0RE OF ABILENE PASSES AWAY Was One Of West Texas' Most Prom- inent Stockmen ■1. H. Parramore of Abilene, one of West Texas' most promi- nent stockmen, died at his home Wednesday, July 1th. FIRST NATIONAL BANK ELECTS NEW OFFICERS Judge N. L. Bartholomew Resigns the Office of President FAIR RAINS FALL IN PARTS OF COUNTY or 1'?C','nNuu,™i 'ilTk'on Though Not General, will be of Much Benefit June HO, Judge N. L. Bartholo- mew resigned the office of I'res- to Sections Visited A prettv fair rain fell in parts of Shackelford count^ 1 Deceased was one of the pio-' ident, after being connected with ... i , .11. .11. i . neers (if Abilene. He was one this institution officially for a One of trie biggest celebrations in the history ot west . , , _ ol those big-hearted cowmen,! period of thirt...

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

I h i r y\k t\ ; /4 Good * a ■ ■ ■ . TO. ■ ■ __^n> y~"^t- y?qa<^ Sedwick & Cook s HERE YOU WILL FIND a complete line of 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. Extra 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 si/es, 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 Richard H. McCarty, Ed. and Publisher «>t llrtort ■ IkCirtj toutuu lirtv «ti UM|«M IM«t| ItclrtitMw The Fourth of July was a tame _ _ affair in the city of Albany., ISSl'ED EVERY FRIDAY MORNIM. About the only thing out of the ordinary, the business houses 'closed up in...

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

THE UNIVERSAL CAR Wherever Ford cars have pioneered, Ford service has kept pace. It is the factor which strengthens the personal relation between Ford owners and the Company. To get the best pos- sible service from your Ford oar, bring it hero when it needs attention and get the benefit of Ford supervision throughout. We use the gen- uine Ford parts and give you the benefit of the regular Ford prices. Touring Car $.%(), Runabout $.'515, Sedan $* 45. Coupelft $">05, Town Car .%")! ,"> all l.o.b. Detroit On sale at Ford Garage, \V. ,). Dodson, Prop. At the Old Rail Fence with Farmer Bill No. 3248 Report of the condition of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK At Albany, in the State of Texas, at the close of business, on June 20, 1917. i .< KKSOI lil K ■ v* n i : h iihil .1 :t" I • Tt mi if «.•« /..•OO.OU ■ im :t I I' lM I • 4 . IHVJK.I >. I 1. it h-unnand di*" < *I!H'• Total loan* 6, U. K Bond* <oth«*r than I.it>«n, lit. «I - «. f II* 1. a IT. S. Bond* depoaitecl to *•. , rr ...

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

r V ii.i t\ n J. H. Frledly J , 1THE RACKET STORE MAN | i , Keeps the v inety of goods the |)eople want. Hardware, Dry Goods, Hats, Clothing, Shoos, and Cowboy Boots. You get your goods at lowest pric.es ill the time. Your Business Appreciated THE LITTLE CASKETS )n the rush and Kittle >t a city, among the glittering lig ts p.nd flying cars, one scarcely "vt r imtices change. There lire -to' many people busy with their duties and their pleasures that ii'i particular notice i tul.cn )f the sorrows or the joy If ou meet a smile it helps you to he I ippy; if you meet a teai ou pre inclined toward sadness. t I: it these are the mingled ^n- Kations of the day and yon .<><>n forget them. Last Tuesday night the streets (■' Temple presented th"ir usual Appearance; joy-riders were par- taking of the balmy :;ir, music fl ated out from illuminated par- ies, lovers chatted on the cool v randas, mothers wing those little bed-time melodies to Iheir laoes and rocking in the tops of s...

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

Automobile Advice Free DID YOU KNOW THAT art automobile was a delicate piece of machinery? You don't set a sewing machine or a clock out in the weather, neither should you be- without a shelter for your car. Our ad- vice is that it would pay you to BUILD A GARAGE ROCKWELL 3R0S. & GO. Passed by Board of Directors and Stockholders of First National Bank, Albany, Texas Corala sP fferanttalfl i TtiaNawa reqtiMta its raadara to mail or phon* In the nimM ami plarea of residence of any viators aaaarly in tha waek aa poaaibla If you know of other personal* kindly nend them alao with the name of the communicant Thia will greatly Attaint The New* in keep lug In touch with local happaningaand will he highly appreciated. Kixtoh. 1 ""H* Pickled pigs feet at Market. * rkia F. E. Hubbard was up from ie>4oran this week. ¥ ' — - Try some of our Veal Loaf, oata City Market. ^ Art Newcomb was down from 't. Griffin Monday. I . If you want to buy a good . JOBD car worth the money, see r?. E. Dods...

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

i I ' ; f\' h 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 Back From Missouri Henry Herron and .lack Rey- nolds returned from an extended tr>|> to Missouri this week. When Henry Herron left here he did it with theavowed purpose of stay- inn until it rained in Shackelford county, and he declared that he would not return until Hubbard Creek ran- but he couldn't stay away, notwithstanding the fact that Hubbard Creek did not run. They said talk about old-fash- ioned hospitality and big-heart- edness, Texas has the world skinned: and they said talk about Ifruft and holp-ups. Oklahoma and Kansas have got a corner on the job. They said that they were going thru a little town up there in the state of Oklahoma at a snail's pace, and the first thing they knew they were arrested for ex- ceeding the speed limit. They paid their line and went on their way rejoicing (?) The...

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

y f«L XXXIV, No. 6 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1917 Whole Number 1730 FATAL AUTO ACCIDENT h Which Buck Nail, Prominent Ranchman of Shackelford, was Victim gone back to the Ood who gave Mrs. Richard Dyess came in '*• from McOregor this week. Rich- Human lite is a mystery, but ar(| went down Saturday night the greatest mystery ot ail is and accompanied her home. The death. ^ es, it has been the boys, I)olph Long et al. are tell- enigma ot the ages. At the injj, it pretty scarry on Richard, grave the wis.- and the learned When he went to the depot Sat- halt. I he dark, somber veil has unlay night to buy his t;"ket, he never been pulled back. From discovered that he didn't have a whence and to where.' doggone cent. In the excite- The city of Albany on Mon-! will know just, how h managed Oood bye. Buck! Never again ment he lost a fen dollar wil- ier was badly shocked when the I it: but. anyhow, he lifted Muck in this life will we ee thy face; |jam. [n his dire needs, .lay news was ci...

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

' i r % w HERE M WILL FIND a comPlete ,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. hxtra values in plain and fancy lawns, voiles and organdies, pi iced from 10c to 45c. Hen'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 dlways glad to show goods, and our prices are right. ALBANY. TEXAS SEDWICK & COOK ALBANY, TEXAS 1.IE ALBANY NEWS b.4ued every friday morning Richard H. McCarty, Ed. and Publisher ft i itit UtCm' tou:i«i Ifttw ft- irpitl McCicti tatirti IJit* « -rnlai tk. Po.1 Oflli < at Mb.- i. T.in u S«:ead CIm* Mil! Matt.r Si ascription $1.50 Pek Year ADVERTISING KATES 1# l U advOTtiflrai'i.t* ln«#rtfc>> - ii •w..Va |K*r inch; ■ub«*«jueitt in«*rttona. I.' I•? «r tt4 p...

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

V THE UNIVERSAL CAR Owners of Ford cars are advised to beware of "counterfeit parts." If your car needs adjust- ment hrinp: it here where you will tind reliable service with the complete mechanical equip- ment to give the highest quality of Ford service obtainable.' All the Ford parts used are sup- plied by the Ford Motor Company. You can not expect your Ford to give the service and en- durance you demand unless you have it cared for by men experienced in Ford methods. Touring far $.'5f>0, Runabout Sedan $645, Coupelet $505, Town Car all f.o.b. Detroit On sale at Ford Garage. W. I. Dodson, Prop. J. E. Allen was on our streets this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Pearce were over from Stephens county this week to see home folks. "A LASS OF THE LUMBERLANDS." Chapter III of the Helen Holmes Photo-Novel Full of Thrills .ludtfe Walter L. Morris and daughter, Miss Vivian, visited i relatives at (Iranbury this week. Mr. and Mrs. .1. N. Basham from Navarro county are here visiting Mr. and Mrs. ...

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

7T " I ME. '/* * Vfi'. \ /; i J. ILJFriedly 1 m BACKET STORE MAN | Keeps the variety of ^oods the f)eoiple want. Hardwn, Dry Gdods, Hats, Clothing, Stag, and Covnoy Boots. You getf'our goods at lowest ^prices all the t ime. Your Business Appreciated or words to that effect. Now after all this the Dallas News comes back and says that the , matter should not be dropped ! until everything is cleared up. Say, old man, what else in the devil do you want, as the com- i mittee have come together twice 'and declared that the school had been awarded to Abilene. It looks to us like the Dallas News position in the matter is far fetched. Say, folks, at the close of these awful hot days, after old Sol has hid his smiling face behind the western hills of grand old Shack- elford county, and you want to cool off and catch a whiff of fresh air, come up on the Air- dome and for about one hour and a half sit in the presence of the world's stage stars before the silent drama and while the time away it ...

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

body Why Not? - "Here's a concern advertising shirts without buttons," said the married man. "Nothing new about that, I've been wearing them for years," said the bachelor. GET MARRIED. Build You a Home ROCKWELL BROS. & GO, SoralH <gP $munala | TTb« N«w> requists ita r«ad<tra to mikil or phoni* In lh*< riHmfa nn<J plm h* of rffmilcnri* of Uny vlnitori ■« f«rly in the hh ponHibli' If you know of othor pomonalM kindly *« nd them also with the n m« of the communicant. This will groatly nuaiat The N« w* in keep. Ins in touch with local happening:* and will bo highly appreciated KlXTOR I George Conrad was doing bus- iness in the city Saturday. j _—__ W. P. Head of Abilene, Mrs. J.l. CI. Pyle of Dallas, and A. L. Nail of Higgin. were here to at- tend the Buck Nail funeral. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Barnham of Blooming < irove are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Morgan. Mr. Rarnham is a brother of Mrs. Morgan. Byron A damson returned from Dallas tlii, week. Byron p...

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

7 ' i tfj 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 How New York Builds a Prison Twelve years ago New York began a state prison on Bear Mountain, an inappropriate site, to relieve Sing Sing. Very wisely the work was discontin- ued, after $250,000 had been spent, and the present beauti- ful park wa.s established with generous private aid. The Wingdale site was next selected. The state bought the land, from option holders, not the original owners. Gov. Dix was advised by a commis- sion of prison experts in 1911 that the place was badly adapt- ed to it« purpose, and stopped the work. Some $500,000 was expended upon land, plans and architect and preliminary work and upon compromising con- tractors' suit*; it was thought that the prison would cost $.'{,- 500,000. An unfortunate po- litical aspcct was given to the controversy by a sandstone con- tract given to a lirm i...

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

ibr Mens f«L XXXIV, No. 7 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1917 Whole Nmber 17S1 GET THE ROAD," THE SLOGAN ny Good Roads Boosters Adopt the Slogan and Secure Six National Highways hear the honk of the tourist cars day and night. They are coming in droves. The writer ot this article lives just east of the city, on Quality Flat, on the main thoroughfare—yes, five great highways in one: The Southern National, the Dixie Over- land, th Fort Worth-Roswell, the Fort Worth-El Paso andj the Alhany-Bronk highways. And while coming to town ; .the other morning, as earlv is h.^o, we met five tourist c.; 'going east and three passe 1 us going west. Yes, we think .Ti . ... „ ,. 0, . ... m it would he sate to sav one hundred tourist cars come our Nlregard to securing a branch line ot the State Highway trorn Weatherford to Strawn, thence westward, cil<>nvr the Texas & ^ '■ div. An I still tiie\ Come. (Pacific track, instead of branching off the Mineral Wells line at We have five first Cl i...

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

* h SUMMER GOODS MUST GO! Saturday, July 21st, and Monday, July 23rd, we will have special prices on everything in Summer wear. Our stock is full of new Summer Goods and on these days we will make prices that will interest you. We quote a few of the prices for these days: Fancy Voiles 10 pieces of Cornelia Voiles, in stripes or figures, well worth 16-Jc. Special 14c. 10 pieces Aiglon Splash Chiffon, in both flowered and checks, several colors, regular 20c value. Special 17c. 10 pieces white suiting, in Repp, (iaberdine, plain white or self stripe, regular 25 to 65c values. Special, less 20 per cent. Wool Dress Goods Dress goods in both fancy or plain, serges, mohair, checks, stripes. Special these days, less 20^> Everything in the silk department, plain and ian= cies. Special, less 10 per cent. Shoes All men's, women's and children's slippers, in pat- ent leather, kid and gun metal, all styles. These two days, less 10 per cent. Children's Gingham Dresses Children's ready made dre...

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

&bi*cC THE UNIVERSAL CAR The most desirable features of motor car con- struction are found in Ford cars. They are stronpr with the strength of vanadium steel, heat-treated by Ford methods. Excess weight is eliminated by strength, and allows the Ford more power for its weight than any other car. Back of the car is the organization which has built and sold over two million Ford cars. The Ford Car saves time is a sure money-maker. Touring Car Runabout $345, Sedan $645, Coupelet •?"><).-,. Town Car $5% all f.o.b. Detroit On sale at Ford (Jaragc. \V. .1. Dodson. Prop. Fide IV.-Chapter 1 Affecting Public Safety Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Albany. Texas: Section 1. No automobile or other vehicle shall be operated upon that part of Main Street between North Second Street in Railroad Addition and South Fourth Street in the City of Al- bany. Texas, at a greater rat* of speed than fifteen (15) miles per hour, and shall not be operated on any other street, alley ...

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