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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 September 1917

■ -- - V : t ' . 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 Notice in Probate illK STATK OF TKXAS To thf Sh**i ill" or any Constable of Shackelford Count\ <«r< «*t- ing: You art' hereby commanded to cause to be published once each Wf 'k for a period of ten days before the return day hereof, in a newspaper of general circula- tion. which has been continuous- ly and regularly published for a period of not less than one year in said Shackelford County, a copy of the following notice: THE STATK OF TKXAS To all persons interested in the Estate of \V. l.\ Nail, deceased, that R. E. Nail tiled has an appli- cation in the Comity Court of Shackelford f >unty. on the 21st day of July, HM7. for th«* ap- pointment "t permanent admin- istrator. which • ;siii application will be heard h\ -aid ("our! <>n the 1st day o'" Oct.>b«'r, l!Ui. at the Court House of Mi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 September 1917

Ute Hews tmm ■r;. 'i &£ (■I Vol. XXXIV, No. 15 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPT. 14, 1917 Whole Number 1780 ALBANY PUBLIC SCHOOL OPENED MONDAY MORNING A Large Gathering of Patrons Were There to do Honor to the Occasion The Mystery and Raising Presbyterian Orphange of Battleship Maine The doors of th • Albany pub monument to the educational lie school wore thrown open spirit ami thrift o! tin citizen- Monday morning, '.rid the edu- hip. Now. i;i11.■ r- let's get cational machine) vva < i in our boulder to the wi: i arid motion for the coming school push the thin-. to glory. The year. Supterindent, H. S. Ilol- opportunit.\ for the building of a land, touched the electric hut- great vhool i- knocking at our ton and the wheel:, nega ' > go door, .-o >! u • >il ti.- mages around. with 11;< lubricating oil of do Invocation by Re . Hen I lardy, '"'d and keep our ;;.itlin pastor of the Methodic : , ' ' ' "''' lot ; piano music li Mi Vi\ .an 1'heii i t on. <.111« i -part- We...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 September 1917

Our New Fall Goods on Display Visit our store and let us show you our stock of new goods. Complete line of al! staple dry goods, and all the latest novelties of the season. Ladies sec our new dress goods. Yours t<> please in price and quality in this department. Have you seen our new stock of shoes? We are long on everything in shoes --dress shoes, children's school shoes, etc. Did you say clothing? Yes, we are full up in this department. Say, young man, middle agt-J or old, let us take your measure for a nobby suit. All the latest fabrics in this line, a fit and price and quality guaranteed. 7 ALBANY AND BRLCKLNRIDGL THE ALBANY NEWS ISSt ED EVERY friday morning Richard H. McCarty, Ed. and Publisher Mil. VIcfcarl H McCarty JUioculfl Itfitu Mm Mutant McCarty Socuff £4 Mr ««• r#<t at th* Post Oflcr •• Aiban>, r«saa. *• fttroiuJ Claim M* • M*tti r St'iiscRU'TioN $1.5o I'i:r Yi:\k AI'VKUTI. IMi HATES I «pla «ingl« i.tarrttun*. ;S • i# inch; «•?.! insertion*. i •• • ■ 1 I'fr ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 September 1917

i /y - \ /- . {jzt/fJ/ /v' A ry*ivv> •n /', ,<\ /■, Billie Burke ■ ■ ■ Li GLORIA'S ROMANCE" Tuesday and Thursday Nights General Program for Friday and Saturday Nights w mm? • AT Birchwood Theatre On the Airdome, where it is always cool and pleasant «\Vl//rfvVVl// wV\i^/^\vi//-<\\i//-.\\l//ii.\Vl/-/-v\\l//-.X\M/"-^vVi/A. wWl/X- wWI/ACW^/AcVVI//; What Has the Future Foi Us? In a recent speech Alexander Gniham Bell told that only a short time ago a man in Arling ton. Va.. at the wireless station there, talked by word of mouth to i man on the Kilfel Towei in Pf?'is, France; ami a man in Hon ol : i overheard tlieconversation. The distance from Honolulu to Paris is about eight thousand miles, one-third the distance around the globe. He said that this utterly foreshadowed the time not Caraway now, when \v< can talk by wireless telephone with persons in any p;.ri of the world. The great scienti-l was talk- ing about some of the problems awaiting solution nd the rich ( prizes in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 September 1917

Nil Look for this ro* \ on od( h t row 'i JrotW&itfctA Cjooc news for the thirsty! Here's a beverage that not only will taste good while you are drinking it, but that will leave the mouth tasting as fresh as a May morning. One, too, that has that x'ery desirable quality of having no heat- ing after-effects. As a between-meals drink it has the happy faculty of always reaching that dry spot that needs irrigation. With meals, it is an ideal beverage. Not only does its flavor make it go perfectly with food, but its tang adds zest to your enjoy- ment of a meal hot or cold. Serve Bevo cold — right off the ice luke- warm Bevo is not palatable. Bevo the all-year-'round soft drink Bcvi • is • 'k! \u bottles culv ami is botth «1 twelusivrly by ANHiiUSEK BUSCH ST. LOUIS K COMPANY . ,\\ \\\ eon. p \ \ . i, . «i • <! ! • Ui-alcrs Have your baby buggy or go- cart "RE-TIRED" at the Fur- niture Store. Th price is 37 1-2 cents pnr wheel. Window gla; 4 Murrie's. ami putty at Resolutions ot Tea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 September 1917

"Uncle Sam" Says Forty-Two Party We must make every doll,; outr during the war. One of the best way* is build you a home and save rent. Let's Talk it Over ROCKWELL BROS. & GO. m W; Corals Jfrraunalfi Tb« N«wh ru(|ii«NlM itn to mail or phontt tn th« nuiiitm unit plactm of r<' idunc« of uiy visitor* km mriy in tb« week uu posniblu If yoo Itnow of othvr pitho/iiiIh kindly nun<j hum ttlno with thu lumu of thu communicant. THim will kmVIv iiMSiwt, Th« Nvw*i;i ko<rp tic in touch with local happenings and will b« h itfhly appreciated. LOuiTuit. I om CJritts at Murrie's. t'l-nciIs. tablets, ink. etc Burrows (Iro. Company. Complimenting her guest and former school mate. Miss Marino Johnson, of Asper- mont. Miss Margaret Mei'arty gave u very delightful forty- two party last Wednesday evening at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Mc( 'arty. The progressions in this pop- ular pastime were kept on dainty , hand painted cards and hand painted score pads also marked the four ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 September 1917

— "*• *. ' t. S. WEBB Attorney at Law. ALBANY, L. H. HILL Notary Public., WEBB & HILL Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, C< and Insurance Agents. (Shackelford Countv) TEXAS I """C. i1-" i' N} eresting ^ettei Firn k Soldier Boy Chattanooga. TVtm, Miss l>rcre Is bell: Hello? How are y u all this ev« I ho(>e that you have had rain by now. I've sure seen it r. ui where I've hit'n the last day or two. but it hadn't rained litre tor some tine. Weil, I've utuvrtl tins week, have drilled here today, (hat is all I've got to do If or awhile. I saw tnore sights on tins trip than I ever saw before. I saw one held of riee after another ail through Louisiana, atvd the trees had moss in their tops. I thought it was drifts in them, and said to oc.e of the boys that the water was getting ign wh u it got up thi re Hi' ..iu it n*d >i|> th«" e. At 1 ieaumont I saw little gas- olene hucils. and thought of wh n I wu ■,!«{ v o acr> us t • [Kiot going to France. W-ij . n that even- ing, Rot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 September 1917

§he . '-S * - 4 "Y ■ Vol. XXXTV, No. 16 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPT. 21, I®17 Tie Raising of Battle- ship Maine Friday Night It was no fault of ours that Thirty-eight Can Behind Those Big Fish there in numbers that will as- tonish the natives and will ex- pect not only Woodson, but the '■ W. J. Dodson informed us this whole of Throckmorton county week that he had thirty-eight . , to join in this "one" convention orders ahead for Ford cars and i haul we did not show the Mystery of . ... , ... 4 , that will go down in History as still the orders were commg in, the best of them all. notwithstanding the fact that Thanking each one personal)1 in Henry Ford makes thirty-one I lot of smaller ones. Talk about advance that shall take part inithousand cars daily, yet the do-'going to California. Colorado, this great historical " , V 'r 7 „ oroin«-..1-mw, for Friday night nnd 1 you face to face upon Dallas and H.jWorth buyers are grand old Shackelford has got Otto Deats; Miss Gratie Lichte t'....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 September 1917

Our New Fall Goods on D isplay Visit our store and let us show you our stock of new jjoods. Complete line of all staple dry goods, and all the latest novelties of the season. Ladies see our new dress goods. Yours to please in price and quality in this department. Have you seen our new stock of shoes? We are long on everything in shoes==dress shoes, children's school shoes, etc. Did you say clothing? Yes, we are full up in this department. Say, young man, middle aged or old, let us take your measure for a nobby suit. All the latest fabrics in this line, a fit and price and quality guaranteed. Sedwick & Cook ALBANY AND BRECKHNRIDGE THE ALBANY NEWS the kind of a government | that thoy tm>t> wkttber it be IBSi t.l> E\ FRIDAY MOHMN*. corrupt or clean, the people are outcome. *££££: Just as sure as there is a God. Richard H. McCarty, Ed. and Publisher responsible for the Ml Ikhud N McCittf ■m Kwiutl HcCaftf that sure men cannot not away ■nt«r«d at tb« Pott OBfp at Albany, T«i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 September 1917

I THE UNIVERSAL CAR In busy cities ur the country road, the Ford is a favorite over tin- whole motor field. There are strong reasons why half the buyers of America demand Ford cars. They have prov- ed their worth under the most trying connitions in all parts (if the world. People buy Ford cars because they know what they hav > done and will do. They have become one of the every- day necessities. Touring Car Runabout $345, Sedan Coupelet $505, Town Car all f.o. b. Detroit On ^ale at Ford (larage, VV'. ,J. Dodson. Prop. We, the twenty soldiers who were called into service under the selective service act on September20th, 1917, at Albany, Texas, adopt the following reso- lutions. Whereas, the Red Cross Chap- ter of Albany, Texas, have worked so faithfully to prepare the comfort bags for us and have also prepared and served us with delicious cream and cake just before our departure and have shown us in every way that they were interested in our comfort and welfare. Whereas, the honor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 September 1917

For Better Shooting JURY BLAME5 AUTO DRIVER FOR ACCIDENT NO 324S Report of the condition of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK I he following item appeared At A|bany jn the State of Texas, at the close of busines*. on I in the Railway Age Gazette of jj i;>j7 recent date Age Gazette of After a full investigation of a grade crossing accident which occurred on the Chicago Rock Island anil Pacific at Mid- ' lothian. III., on May 13th. a Cook county coroner's jury re- cently rendered a verdict which hold-* the driver of the automo- bile wrecked in the accident criminally responsible to the de gree of manslaughter. The ju- rv also recommended that he KK.SOIRCK.S a !>.arv* ami duw .un^ rh- on b «•> 24[,.m.X I'. S 'ufhrr th*r. I.it—rf y Horfcf f a f H„ndii to trrurr rirrutalum 'par valu -> 7.r,.000 0# f t . iK.rida tn«l r >rtiftealn f «#wii awl moplftlKMl ^/.OOOOO T t*n S. tw*n«fc- t. th4T than l.i^rr , ami <*rrttAt tc* >f 'idebi«lnMii ♦ St«*-k of FeftoraJ I(rwrv Hank ' « v*r <...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 September 1917

^ Better Methods of Farming DOZEN GOOD REASONS Ruld he named why you should have lome of your own. Set down and think it over and then let us help you BUILD YOU A HOME ROCKWELL BROS. & CO. r\<-<yn'<<iVYZ<r(YYJLWYri,r<w\ rx{< (yn< <x/Yi m s^V^yVWVWV Down in Rusk county, and that's away down in the stick?, SSftB wh'T- the land is not ferti!.- and ' prolific like it is in grand old Shackelford county, an A. & M. College demonstrator went into partenship with a farmer boy in ! the cultivation of a corn corp. and we will call him Bill for W1 short. They measured off five iyf-fV; acres of land and Hill went to work in the preparation of the <o instructions of *. | 5*-1/ 1 «yi" orals -personals "ll N«vi r#quMta iU r««dcrf to nail or |>honf In tha nuiM •nd plare* of raotdonet of lly vfcsitorii * rly in tb- w*ek l^ibl* If foil know of other per on l« kindly aand ||(|1 With th* nami1 of he r rr r. unir ni This will ifr# atty assist Tb#- News in k *ef&g...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 September 1917

" & •"J 9 — 1 'i 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 FARM HOME AND FLIGHT reason so many farm wives are TO THE BIG CITIES old and worn out before their time is that they do so much "Every farmer who owns his , , ' ..... work everv day (hat a little farm ought to have running stu(ly um, "Ierts ,.X|u.ns(> on th(. water in his kitchen and a bath part their husbands would room in his home, and those who do not own them should have these necessities supplied by the owners." said Mr. A. C. Ebie, a business man of Dallas in talking recently to his neigh- bors in a farming community near Canton, Ohio, the occa- sion being the Ebie reunion, when about three hundred rel- atives and connections of the family came together, and his remarks apply to conditions in Texas as well as in Ohio. "A reason why young people leave the farm as soon as they are able is that ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 28 September 1917

; t Monn Silt Meats Vol. XXXIV, No. 17 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPT. 28, 1917 Whole Number 1741 j SHACKELFORD AND THROCK- MORTON COUNTIES TENDER SOLDIER DOYS RECEPTION Large Crowds From Both Counties Gather to Bid Them Good Bye. Ice Cream Supper One of Features On Thursday night, September jo, Albany an I Throck- morton joined hands in bidding their soldk r boy goodbye. lames E. Ferguson Impeached and Disqualified Politically Parent Teachers Association Needed The Senate of the State of The teachers of the Albany Texas, sitting as a high court, Public School extend an earnest Tuesday, September 25th, for- invitation to all ladies that are ttially removed James K. Fergu- interested in this school to meet i son from the office of Governor J with us in the school auditorium j of the great Stat'• of Texas, and next Wednesday evening at 4 forever barred him from holding o'clock. office, vote 25 to and thus he The purpose of the meeting passed from the political arena will be to organize a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 28 September 1917

Our New Fall Goods on Display Visit our store and let us show you our stock of new goods. Complete line of all staple dry goods, and all the latest novelties of the season. Ladies see our new dress goods. Yours to please in price and quality in this department. Have you seen our new stock of shoes? We are long on everything in shoes—dress shoes, children's school shoes, etc. Did you say clothing? Yes, we are full up in this department. Say, young man, middle aged or old, let us take your measure for a nobby suit. All the latest fabrics in this line, a fit and price and quality guaranteed. Sedwick & Cook ALBANY AND BRIXKENRIDGE THE ALBANY NEWS especially in the journalistic field. Yen. we take facts just as we ISSUED KVERY FRIDAY MORNINC ,-|mj thpm an(| as Km,.rson ex- Rlchard H. McCarty Ed. and Publisher ■Ts Ktchard H McCirty Auocutt Hitoi Ufa Margaret MtCirty Society Id.tor ■nt* r«Ml nt th« Poat OlBra at Albany. T«*saft. a« Second CI MUM Mail Matter SrHscRii'TioN $1.50 PKK YKAK...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 28 September 1917

THE UNIVERSAL CAR To get 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 he assured of the best mechan- ical service and the use of genuine Ford mate- rials, hrintf 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 $345, Sedan $645. Coupelet $505, Town Car $595—all f.o.b. Detroit On ?ale at Ford Garage, W. J. Dodson, Prop. It *d by thU great war are taeladad In the exhibit One division of the eiblblt thai I* expected to be of peculiar attrac- tiveness Is that of the East India r troops, which have had an Imports" part In the war A score of unl 'ornas of thoee picturesque flghterc models of rope bridges built by the natives of the Himalayas, froatlei towers along the northwest Una ol India. Sappur equipment Mtfei mortars, and bot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 28 September 1917

REPEATING AND AUTOLOADING SHOTGUNS r there is any one 'lung that a sportsman demands of a gun or a shell it li that it shall giv-: him the full advantage of his skill. Tl.ie further alo'r; hi pets in tie p.nnr, v nether at the traps or in the fifjj, the surer lie 13 tc 'iviji bv kemtngcon UMC both in guns and shells. Remington UNiC. j'ups vel: tj:. ^rr than any man can aim, and shoot closely and evenly Arrow nnd Nitro (Jub iteel hnfd "speed ihells" , <;:t down many a bird that woujd have gotten awa\ from any of tin ower makes of shell Sold t>. Sportir:|; «, ■ ■ « D> alcrs in Your Community CI'J-' • ' ei. f\>k Ji-* Si >< 11! Kl M Oil the (ombmdhoft rucM jnJ Ku\t Preventive TMf REMINGTON APM* 1 ' ",N M f'M.t.IC CARTRIDGE COMPANY, Inc / ,-f . • J /ImntHniliori in lh< World ■ Hi..hi nt, New York IOE8BKTrrr*rn:* - THE ALBANY NEWS . *«.« ni ««M« * _ _ .. . ing to be on, and then watel ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING f()r 0j| boom. It's com Richard H. McCarty, Ed. and Publ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 28 September 1917

Cattle Trades "THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE HOME." h? You can have one if you w ill only try a little, [ here is lots of satisfaction in a nice Home. Our motto is HOMhS, NOT HOUSES KHflBSK ROCKWELL BROS. & CO. Mr. S. Webb sold Messrs. Mor- ris and Buie of Coleman, about fourteen hundred (1400) head of 2, and 4 year ol<l steers this vr v f/v1' week, the said steers having i'nr ' been bought by Mr. Webb from § Mr. W. H. Green, of Stephens imyrz county, last year. The aggre- j gate amount paid for said steers !4 was about ninety thousand 000.00) dollars. Messrs. Morris ami Buie are very wealthy i cattle men and handle cattle on ' very extensive scales. The Albany National Bank U N- 0 1VYI Corals JlrrHimalB fTk#N«w r qu«f«t it re iI«r to mail or phone in the nnm«« and pl r«-H of r«Hl«l *nc of aaf visitor* h nrly in the week *h poHHihlc. If you know of other perNonaln kindly n« nil themalno with the Miirnt* of thn communicant Thin will tcn-m ly hmaihI The N«*w* in kn<i log In touch wi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 28 September 1917

S. WEBB Attorney at Law, L. H. HILL Notary Public. WEBB & BILL Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. ALBANY, (Shackelford County) TEXAS At Matthews Memorial Church Attendance at Sunday-school last Sunday. 11* . the largest in years. Some say that we are in a contest with the Methodists to see which shall have the largest school. May he so. Good scheme. All the Sunday-schools in town ought to get into it. It doesn't really make any difference which school gets to be the largest: but the nearer we come to get- ting everybody, young and old, into some Sunday-school, the better it will be for the town, and all concerned. Let's push the good work along. The subject of the sermon next Sunday morning will be. "A man working with God." Kvery man wojks with God or against God. Pretty serious proposition, isn't it? Think it over. At night the subject will be. "The Art of Strafing Giants." The ancient race of giants, some of whom scared the Ten Spies out of their wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 5 October 1917

Ski \ Vol. XXXIV, No. 18 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCT. 5, 1917 THE DAY DREAMS OF A COUNTRY EDITOR With the Mystic Keys He Unlocked the Doors of the Future UCBIK'"""1 <«■-> uiiuv.nc.uiu, | Mk | I I A i VI ■ f Mil sr.w: and Beheld Greater Things for Albany Ffcir at Abilene. The e litor of a ai I Iff I A ■ ;; and Shackelford County Wyod in regard to the matter and S he informed us that special ar- —————— rangment hail been male tor |, vv;ls , ^u|try ifternoon in the month of September mechanical birds, manned by daring birdmen, were pour- the Shacki Iford county boosters . , . , . . , . . , ,, . . ' , . . , , . vv nen a e stole away trom the motley herd ind ^ it down ing shot tnd shell into the ranks of the enemy and Europe s and they are expected to be . .... , i- i i ,n our sanctum and tell asleep in the arms « t Morpheus, teeming millions were in battle array, and the powers that therein lull force, hverybody ' ' J r in the county should make it a l',e dreams. Fhe muses got busy...

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