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

f4 m ■v il- i i J. H. Friedly :i { mCHET STOBE MUNI r Keeps the variety of goods the people want. Hardware, Dry Goods, Hats, Clothing, Shoes, and Cowboy Boots. : I li You get your goods at lowest prices all the time Your Business Appreciated FORT WORTN-ROSWELL siderable grading and improve- ment work in this county during HIGHWAY ASSOCIATION the past six months, and hope to get a bit of hard surface road finished by fall, and believe that I in another year, you can mount' . your trusty flivver and come to; ! the metropolis of the South1 I Plains in high. With my best personal regards, i 1 am Sincerely yours, A. B. Spencer. Please put me on your list for a year, $1.50 enclosed. Spur, Texas, July 12, li'17. Kditor of The Albany News, Albany, Texas. Dear Sir: We are very glad1 to see copy of your issue of July Letters From A. B. Spencer, Crosby- ton, and Clifford B. Jones, Spur i C'rosbyton, Tex., July 11, 1917. Mr. Richard H. McCarty, Albany. Texas. My Dear Mc. I read with a great dea...

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

HOUSES CHANGED INTO HOMES Porches, sleeping porches, sun parlors, new floors, and modern root's, all go to make the old house into the new HOME. Let us help you do your planning. It costs nothing to ask. ROCKWELL BROS. & CO. Cnrals Jferaimala j _ . |Th« N«w r«quettUita re*<Urft to mail or phori« iri th«* name* and place* of r«ai<lo nr« of any vialtoraaiiaarly in th« w««>k ait poai«ibl« !f you know of other paraonaln kinciiy a«nri thamalao with the nam« of th« communicant. Thla will greatly aaaiat Th«t New* m ke# i> I I Inc intouch with local happening*ami willb«hiichlyai>preciatH. Editor.! m •I i . David Huber was in town this .1. H. Sammotis was in town ^veek. Saturday. t k Sherman Ba,IU*w was in town T. C. Harris was on our -treets turday. this week. PS* X Lee Oldham was on our streets Saturday. A. C. Tapp was on our streets this week. John Lynch did business in the ££ city Saturday. W. T. Powers was in from the ranch Saturday. Joe Reynolds was in from the I Tri...

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

IF 4 \ t L 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 "0 Boys | irroom will miss m.neof th- h.x- Matthews Memorial Church uries to which he has been ac-1 A Busy Man Here is the way the papers will writ" up weddings ten years hence: "The bride looked very well in a traveling dress, but all eyes were centered upon the groom. "He wore a dark suit that totted his form perfectly, and in his daintily gloved hands h car- ried a small rose. His curly hair was beautifulh done, and the delicate odor of hair oil of the finest quality and most costly- grade Moated down the aisle as he passed. " The young people will miss him, now that he is married. He is loved by all for his many ac- complishments, his tender grace and his winning ways. "The bride commands a good salary as bookkeeper, and the customed. "A crowd of pretty men saw him off" at the depot." Mr. W. H. l.af'o<|u...

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

' m iiu Unra foL XXXIV, No. 8 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 2 7, 1917 Wkole Nuabor 1789 POLITICAL PHILANDERING punished is the recommendation [gftgr f|gm gfOtlter CraWfOfll of' the San Angelo brother. I Newspapers of the Country Selected as the Next Victims of the Pan-Germans I i INC All ,KTTFK to|Conyn sman-at-large Garrett ar> n: s<<m« pro *£posedlegislation affecting rew | a|>er |>ul>l -h r-. Ma reel 1 is K. Fterterjof the Houston Chronicle has this to say. "The United States Government could make little or no progress in its present fight tor the world's freedom without the aid of the press of this country. We have giv -n this aid freely and without hoj>e of reward or financial recompense. In the matter of the Liberty loan, we came to the rescue ot the Government, and that loan could not have b -n made popular, nor could it have been oversubscribed t.r • v« n - ifk- scribed had it not i>een for the fact that the new -papers gave it their editorial indorseme...

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

<1^1 1 ^ar. r i> s-<« i Vrv^f !^v?4?7! A Few Summer Specials For Saturday and Monday $(.50 to $5.00 straw and Panama hats less 20 per cent. All fancy lawns and suitings less 20 per cent. $10.00 to $15.00 summer suits less 20 per cent. All slippers, for men. women and children less 20 per cent. All embroidery and laces less 20 cent. One lot men's low quarters in either tan or black, button or lace, only $3.00 All summer underwear, men, women and children, less 10 per cent. Children's white lawn and voile dresses, priced 1.50 to 3.50, sizes 3 to 14, less 20 per cent. Ladies' gingham aprons, in solid blue or blue striped, fast colors, only 55c. All middies, several styles and patterns, 75c to 1.50, less 20 per cent. Suit ;ases and trunks less 10 per cent. ALBANY, TEXAS SEDWICK & COOK ALBANY, TEXAS ^^g^S^SSSiS^gBSSSSSSBBSSSS I HE ALBANY NEWS ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING Rc.iart H. McCarty. td and Publisher I *vWil tk« Kwt OA* *t Alv*i>r Fmm. u Second Obm Mall IUIIm S. SCR...

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

THE UNIVERSAL CAR In busy cities or the country road, the Ford is a favorite over the whole motor field. Then- are strong reasons why half the buyers of America demand Ford cars. Thev have prov- ed their worth under the most trvi'njr eonnitions in all parts of the world. People huy Ford cars because they know what they have done and will do. They have become one of th day necessities. ivi'rv Touring Car Runabout #tr , Sedan Stiff,, Coupelet •C.of.. Town <'ar all f.o l>. iMroit On sale at Ford Carajf W. .1. Dodson. Prop. If I Were Somewhere in France Notice to the Public I k Battle to the Death Mrs. K. Haase «>t" near Spur, returned reei-nth from near Gatesville. where sin- attended the funeral of her mother, who died as the result of a battle with a hutfe rattlesnake. According to the (iatesville Messenger, an old (German lady. Mrs. Swasby. left the house to cut some cane, taking with her to do the work a small hand axe; and while busily engaged at her Work, she encountered...

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

# J. H. Friedly ' THE RACKET STORE MAN | Kee|>s the variety of goods the people want Hardware, Dry Goods, Hats, Clothing, Shoes, and Cowboy Boots. You j et your goods at lowest prices all the time Your Business Appreciated I PASSING nF THE PLANTER 'pHK plantation i-> or was essentially u Southern insti- ti :on; aristocratic in its nature, II " lie of medievalism. The col- 0 ' >s of Virginia, the Curolinas, G *rgia (named for royal per- sonages) were founded on royal grants of land, and slavery per fje'uated a landed aristocracy s ■ ;th of the Mason nnr1 Dixon it'.'. Coincident with slavery. there w also a class of sin di farmers in the South, the' Crackers," who corresponded vvi'h th■> peas- ant proprietors of Europe. There va.-i then no tenant class on the 1 (Is of the South. Following the Civil war. the stave became the tenant; but the ne,;ro proved a poor tenant, and tV.« Cracker proved a poor pro- l>t:etor. The negro became the "hired hand," the Cracker be- came t...

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

* HOUSES CHANGED INTO HOMES Porches, sleeping porches, sun parlors, new floors, and modern roofs, all go to make the old house into the new HOME, Let us help you do your planning. It costs nothing to ask. ROCKWELL BROS. & CO. Model Cafe Sold The Model Cafe is now under new management. Buck Cloud is the new proprietor, and Buck is an expert in catering to the appetite of the public. He says j he will have everything to eat at the Model Cafe that the markets will afford. All business appre- ciated, and if you want iiuick and a square meal, call! ^ & service on Buck and known. make your wants !4V SKI Entertained lorals # JbraflttalB (The N«fft ita r«ft<te<rii to mml or phur 01 In th« riamo'B urwl pi of retonloncf- <• •ny vUitort «• eurly in thot wo>ck MM pooiRihk. If you know of other personal* kindly «n<i (ham alao with the name of the* communicant. Thin will irrcatly aaaiat I hi* Nnwx in k r:> Ing in touch with localhap|>e*mnicM and willh«*hi||hlyiipprrci...

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

V S. WEBB Attorney at Law. WEBB & HILL L. H. HILL Notary Public. jm Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. ALBANY, (Shackelford County) TEXAS Red Cross Gleanings Don't for one moment say there is no need for so much Red Cioss activity, when in Prance paper and even straw has been used to stanch wounds. The French women have been busy, but the need has been so very great that at times it could not be met. Is there a woman whose heart does not beat for the wounded of the Allies? Then our own "Sam- mies" are on the field Ameri- can womanhood says "We will do our bit, bv supplying needs and comforts for those who stand for us and defend us." How proud we are that more than $825 were given by citi/.ens of Albany in recent campaign. Our women have been busy with hospital supplies, attending First Aid lectures, and last, but by no means least, making forty "comfy bans" for "the boys." These bags will be made by lov- j ing hands and filled with needed l>ersonal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 3 August 1917

, f <-■% if y - Die ||r s I /■ 4 Vol. XXXIV, No. 9 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1917 Whole Number 1738 AT CALL OF CHIEF EXECUTIVE legislature Convenes Aug. 1st, and Then the Law SPEAKER FULLER SAYS HE DID Then He Says He Didn't- Which will You Have ? of Abilene, each one of the com- mittee signed a statement that Abilene had won beyond the per- adventure of of a doubt. And then it looked like the row- was settled, but it just wouldn't down. It was too big a fish to In the matter of the location of the A. M. College, Fuller says he did and then he says he jet s|ip without a scrap, i-.s Fuller didn t, and there you are. Fx- was Sfj|| saving he did and he amine the physical facts as you > didn't. (THE IAWMAKHRS of this great St lte ire now m se slon find them; then exercise your ^nd tU)W t() tjmj ()llt for sur(, for the second called session. Impeachment .harm's judgment and be careful how JU8t how Mr. Fuller stood. Ceo. were the first things in order, preferred by Speaker Fu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 3 August 1917

V t. We are the Oldest Established Dry Goods Store in Albany w *V Wul ■ilMMT Our motto has always been Quality and Service ft The summer season will soon be over with, therefore our store is full of bargains LET US SHOW YOU SEDWICK & COOK albany, texas albany, texas ."T i HE ALBANY NEWS I.nSI KI) KVERY KK1DAY MORNING I sard H. McCarty, Ed an«i Pjblishe. I . nitM * McCarty Uuc ilf IIHo • : IkCarty intUttr • •• >r«d l th Hwl Ofllcv it . Till*, m ifiBii CIm* Mail Matt Si .St'Rll'I ION $1.50 P:-K ViAK AUV I KTlSlNli KAVt^ ■ «4'Uv «iK«rtl* m nU tliif! i' l M«, lu t(* t «r inch mi*. rt.«n t 12 1-2 « it* | *r inch ft" «*ch iniMrrtioii auwi* rtnluc- I wtll U- iiu<k i> tt l*frtuMrm«ntf thn' «n one- IM,<| of • (<*!(«• or *rur« in aigv. Lor Ua: \ rv*l I - nuficrn. |<) e«nt« p*r lin* for •injfl# inavrtHii* I insertion* of local* % ■ I f> • *'< t «r linr fo. cttch ti«rrtk a 1 R1DAY. AUGUST 'IT. f ext year will he a hot >i e in th'j political arena ir Fergu- s i has...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 3 August 1917

eb to itf ■ 0* e-hrf ichfld t m rm # 11 ees, chdl 1** xftftf ugffc till* p* drill ica fori THE UNIVERSAL CAR To pet the maximum of service from your Ford car, 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 hest 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 $.'U50, Runabout $315, Sedan Coupelet $505. Town Car $f>!lo all f.o.b. Detroit On sale at Ford (iarage. W. .1. Dodson, Prop. At Airdome Friday night. "A Devoted Son." a two act drama and a two reel comic. The Man of the Hour Pains, Dizzy Spells Mrs.G.P.Cartwright.ol Whitwell, Tenn., writes: •'I suffered with bearing- down pains. ; . The dizzy spells got so bad that when I would start to walk, I would just pretty nearly fall. Was very much mn...

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

V h -f ' ♦I jl 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 French Philosophy < M two things, one is certain either you are not mobilized or you are mobilized. If you are not mobilized, there is no need to worry. It you are mobilized, of two things one is certain either you are behind the lines or you are in front. If you are behind the lines, there is no need to worry. If you are on the front, of two things one is certain either you are resting in a safe place or you are exposed to danger. If you are resting in a safe place,there is no need to worry. If you are exposed to danger, of two thing.-- one is certain ei- th i ou are wounded or you are n<' ^ • <indeil i \ ou are not wounded, there I is no need to worry. If you are wounded, one of two j things is certain either you are wounded seriously or you are wounded slightly. If you are wounded slightly, i the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 August 1917

n Sens %• XXXIV, No. 10 YOUNG MEN'S BOOSTER CLOB ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1917 Whole Number 1734 Itat Has It Done for the City of Albany and for Shackelford County? A. K. Rankin, our popular Katy Agent. made a trip to Waco this week on an inspection trip, and he says that Shackelford County is in no worse shape than Charley Cauble is back from an extended business trip to Kansas. Charley during the spring and summer shipped something like five thousand THE CIRCUIT CIRCLED I i demand lust now for mechanics at Fort Worth in the construc- tion of the soldiers' camp. t|*HE AVKKA(iK kNOCKLR looks through smokt'd glass- es, and, as a rule, never sees any good in anything. Their policy is to walk irouncl with a hammer, and stick their noses into everything, and, if possible, stn up a stink In unity of action there is strength : and a town without a good, live commercial organization is like a ship without a fudder—it drifts around aimlessly md never gets tnv- jyhere. Ask a Knocker...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 August 1917

V / ! i - apt, We are the Oldest Established Dry Goods Store in Albany .j 'V V1 J M ; i Our motto has always been Quality and Service The summer season will soon be over with, therefore our store is full of bargains LET US SHOW YOU ALB A AY, TEXAS SEDWICK & COOK ALBANY, TEXAS t IE ALBANY NEWS ISSI KD EVfcRY FRIDAY MORNING - iard H. McCarty, fcd. and Publisher fci. icn«ri K. HcCi'tj l.uociate EOltor k <j<tuat McCartv . (mm I1 • * ntiial th« foit 0«e« at Albany Ttxt*. u Second Clan* Mil! -Multi i Si KscRirnoN $i.f>u Pkr >I \K ADVERTISING KATES \< '|iU> v ttingl*1 11iHtfrLiui.il. 1.) * V* y«r inch; innvi Liuim. U l-'«! < ' y«r inch for >'itch innartion. Soin« rwiu'*- %>■ ■ * ill t «i iriiiiN on miv«rttatoin* nu thai are une- I' .1 ut u pag« or mum in *is« Localtt *mj r.>ml I' <>t ic«a, tO c«r,tn p«r line tor ainglo inm-rUon. K <.«4U«nt inwrtionn of him! ran<l rMi 5 • ' 4 per line for ench iriJM rt'un. 1 1'.IDAY. AUGUST H . U'lT. '1 le " Law...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 August 1917

At Wedlock's Altar THE UNIVERSAL CAR Ford cars are an important factor in ever* rural communis. They hel?> the family enjn. life, bring the pleasures and advantages of th * city within reach, ami give practical servic* every day. Ford cars require a minimum ot attention; any one can run and care for them. Two million owners the world over prove these iualiti 's everv day. VVf pledge Ford ownerv the reliable Kurd service with genuine Ford parts and Standard Ford prices. Touring Car s:UU>. Runabout Sedan $6-15 Coupelet AW). Town Car <">!>"> a I] f.n.b. I )e fro it On sale at Ford Garage. \\'. ). Dodson, Prop. I American Efficiency One of the surprises of the German efficiency has been | season was the marriage of Mr. held up as a degree of excellence VV. H. Green and Miss Willie unattainable by a Democracy. Weaver of Stephens county. The accomplishments of thel'ni- They stole a march on their ted States since April oth last many friends, boarded an auto refute the tr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 August 1917

v ' ■ I j 'Xs m? ■ A 'J. H. Friedly ;THE JACKET STORE MAN Keeps the variety of goods the people want. Hardware, Dry Goods, Hats, Clothing, Shoes, and Cowboy Boots. • You t'et your goods at lowest prices all the time. Tour Business Appreciated Harrison linn litis T' e daily press of i .esday i >:ning brought informatior of I' .ieath of Harrison • iray Otis. I Wisher of tin* l/ s Angeles '1 As a lule vv.- regret to I ! ff t' passing aw: j •? any • iv. who .o. so ' " K has ktcu- | i 1 a |>1-.ce in the public *■ e of t' nation. H' - is' ight> .ear? t!.. a delegate t<> t.i (invention t'norr. wed Abe Lineolr tor r ; residency. \ -teran >t the i ! war. and a jenerai l ring 1' . Spanish-A .1-i cai. *\ar For \ V -.'ever serviv 1. • i 'iniered his t -try, we arc grateful we v. 'd not rob any mar i. life < It death of l i■* j 'lue- Hut t lor compels 1 > .a that I' fortified liosls «>t orp«>rate j. never fiirnisfn-d n; nan \ h' so relentlessly and jr'.er- C'u'Iy fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 August 1917

ARE YOU EXEMPT <L K. Waters was here week. this iS I Barker Vickers was down from I/euders Monday. —i 1 From the Army of RentersIl not you should build you a Home and he on tin- safe side. let us Help You! ROCKWELL BROS. & GO. Charley Brown streets this week. was on our Frank Martin did business the city Wednesday. in Corals # JbrBimals • The requrnta itn rfarlrrn to mnil or i h<irn* In Ihtf «m| plan * of rmuli nre of gay visiters • early in th* wevk a* ixm* i hit* If you know of other p«raonala kindly •♦•nil tbam aiao with the nanie of the communicant Thn« will ureal ly aaaiat The N#w ir k ins in touch with local happening and * illl «* highly appreciated Kihtok. I , i Tom and Jell' Smart were down from Lueders this week. I'aul Foster of Throckmorton was in the city this week. Miss Vennie Barrett of Anson, who lias been the guest of Miss Fxa Burns for some time, re- | turned home Sunday. mk W & W'Y'- Advance Cork Insert Trans- mission Einings for FORI) trans- mission ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 August 1917

V: \\ ih p/ V S. WEBB Attorney at Law. L. H. HILL Notary Public. WEBB & HIL Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. ALBANY, (Shackelford County) TEXAS Forty-two Party Li honoring the Thimble Club lh Thursday night, Mrs. W. J. Dodson, Mrs. Kd Dodge and Mrs. Joe Castleberry, at the hitter's home, gave one of the prettiest ami most en joyable parties of the si'.ison. Besides the members ami thfir husbands, quite a num- ber of guests were added, mak- ing a gathering of thirty-six con- genial players around the nine tallies arranged for the fascinat- ing diversion of progressive forty-two. The well adapted rooms, the bea lit itill dresses, laughter and gay conversation of the guests, together with the pleasant at- tentiveness of the hostesses, gav. a most distinctive charm to the occasion, and we wonder not at ih" evident enjoyment of the sterner sex who have the privi- lege of attending these parties. (Juite a number of beautiful pieces of needle work were on d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 August 1917

Site Hats Vol. XXXIV, No. 11 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1917 Whole Number 1735 •'] RED CROSS BARBECUE AT THROCKMORTON State and National Highway Officials Coming PROGRAM FOR News Notes of The Fort Worth El Paso HighwaySHACKELF0RD COUNTY TEACHERS' INSTITUTE 1917191« Was the Largest Gathering Ever Staged ark in Wcsl Texas. One Thousand Cars were Parked on Picnic (Irounds by 10:30 a.m. Something Like Seven or Eight Thousand People were There. The Federal and State High- way officials are now making a trip of inspection over the Tex- ana-l't. Worth-El Paso Hi«h- «"ry by IL'votes; however. one way. I'he purpose of this trip The election held in Eastland county August loth to vote ipl.'iO.- OOO.llO road bond issue, failed to i Beginning Sept 3d, at 9 o'clock a.m., and ending Sept 7th, 191V, inclusive, which will be held at Albany Public School Building, ALBANY, TEXAS is the permanent establishment box failed idated to vote, entire which inva! election, and Under the law the County ...

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