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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 5 October 1917

ff< / c > * . . •< 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. S 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 BRECKENRIDGE ass THE ALBANY NEWS issued every friday morning Richard H. McCarty, Ed. and Publisher Ml Mckwi M. McCarty buciau Iditu Mi Mjrfvtt NcCmIt Sot'rtl M'lu ■ilOTadat the Port at Albany. Trxaa. aa Sacond Cl Hail M attrr Subscription $1.50 Per Year ADVERTISING KATES. ' OUpiay advertk m«nU. ainffle insertions, 10 tanta |m*r inch; •ubee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 5 October 1917

"THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE HOME." You can have one if you will only try a little. There is lots of satisfaction in a nice Home. Our motto is HOMES, NOT HOUSES ROCKWELL BROS. & CO. i Corala # Jfersmtala [Th« New* request* Itn readers to mail or phone In the name* and places of residence of aiif visitors its early in the week sit possible, if you know of other personals kindly send them also with the nsme of the communicant. This will irr«>at ly a.mist The N«w* in keep ing in touch with local happeninicHsnd will b«* highly appreciated. EDITOR. ] "i Charley Arendt fonday. was in town .Jack Haines was down Stamford Sunday. f rom Try a sack of Seal flour. You ron't regret it. Burrows Gro- ry Company. Mrs. N. S. ford visited week. Holland of Stam- homo folks this Dewitt Reynolds was down Dm Dalhart this week to lome folks. When you trade with Burrows see Grocery Co. you get value re- ceived. To The Citizens of Shackelford County. The twenty seven day cam- paign that is being waged thro...

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

«• 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 When Mather Gets Peculiar (By Winifred Black) So. she's getting "peculiar," is she the mother you've al- ways been .so proud of.' Acts queer, and "gets mad at noth- ing." and cries over trifles, and thinks nobody loves her, and makes a nuisance of herself generally doesn't she'.' You'd hate to wake up some bright morning and find Mother dead in bed—dead, because she wanted to die; dead because she saw that you and the rest thought her "funny" and hard to bear with, dead, because you didn't "understand ." Well, then. young woman, it is time you did understand. If nobody else will tell you aUiut it. 1 will. Your mother has stood about all she can stand in this world and live. She's fought and en dured and suffered and smiled and cried and hoped and feared ami agonized, till her nerves are about tired out; ami they'll sta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 October 1917

Vol. XXXIV, tfo. 19 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCT. 12, 1917 Whole Namber 1749 THE TAMING OF Joined Aviation Corps Birthday Party HUBBARD CREEK The Conservation of Her Flood Waters Can be Converted Into Gold Dollars Clement (luest was here this It was a pleasant afternoon, to 'week on his way home from Mrs. A. M. (Jeorge, on Tuesday [San Antonio where lu- passed of last week, when a number of the physical examination for her neighbors and old time service in the aviation corps in friends, gathered at her pleasant i Cncle Sam's army. Clements and always hospitable home on was rai I'd in the eity of A-per- Jacob tr. t. bringing with them rnont, i- a line \uung mm and llovvers ar il other gifts, as a comes of a pl« Mini family. IK- token o" their remembrance of THE REVIVAL AT BAPTIST CHURCH I Still in Progress- Attendance Above the Aver- age and so is the Preaching i ————— is married anil wil! leave his the event w' ch added another ~~~ 111\.■ •(.•[) enough v\ iti't a ! wit Hwbkud wife and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 October 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 BRECKBNRIDGE •• 1 HI" \l BANY NFWS '',ur'osonan^ Washington coun- ties as is now affecting some MWl'KD KVF.RY FRIDAY MoKNINO COUnti<swest of us. Some Will ■n I kkil I McCvtf feu Hw|i ! HcCvt; "SEE "M ""I"* that are Richard H. McCarty, Ed. and Publisher no doubt dispute this, but if am ving in these counties from IHoli to tin will know that it is true. We Sl'BSi'KiPT...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 October 1917

■* I THE UNIVERSAL CAR Ford cars arc an important far ( , . rural community. They help tin; i j,,V lift*, bring t hp pleasures and ad van i city within rt*ach, and give prad jc • every day. Ford car; require a > rn of attention; any one can run and ear* rn. Two million owners the world ov< t i , •lualitie.- every day. We pledge I < \ tin reliable lord service v\iih (■ pari, and Standard Ford prices. Toiirii.'/ < ■>' Runabout .r'.'M.'i. S .l it ; Coupi-li t Town Car all f o I., help. • On : Je. at Ford 'lara. e, W. .I. I><>• | '1 ;• r if ■ f J / rrtiVr a family affair \rm * UT, Mf ' * a it! mil 3 1 Lii'e W as a Misery Mrs. I:. M. Jones, of Palmer, < )kla., v. rtli-s: "I ron the Ii•;ie I en tcrcd into v>< : ;.uiiioo<l ... 1 looked with dread from one month tc the next. I suffered with my back and bearing-down pain, until life to i ;e \x.is a misery. I would think I could not endure the pain any longer, niul 1 gradually got worse. . . Nothing seemed ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 October 1917

(THE ALBANY NEWS ISSUED EVEKY friday MORNING Mchard H. McCarty, Ed. and Publisher . Ikt ( N. McCirt) • • AmdiU IHtUf I Mirprat McCxIy • - SKMty Ultn th 1*0*1 oakf at Alb«n . TtsM. • HmoiiiI Claw Mall Matter Subscription $1.50 Per Year ADVKHTIKINO HATKH. jr# ^r~.nr^lrnrn.;V-5!(l(.wn in the forks of the creek. , nU par Inch for <mch insertion Horm* rwluc- i will Im made on AdfcilUonMirttB thai arr oii« will ring with the song of those, who want to climh on the stage of action and save the country. , Yes, from United States Senator, down to constable. And Jim! Ferguson says that he is going i to take his case to the people ■ and doggone how things will warm up at the cross roads and 1 «p- «#•••#•••••••••• • • ■•••««• •« 9t#aSl! f ! j of p«g« or mor« in ■!*•. I«oc*l« ftiwt ri nd- Sffid' a notice*, lOconU per linr for •Intel*' Irmortlon. Mquant inMrttorw of locals and rnid«r , r MaU p«r lino for each Innirtlon. FRIDAY. OCT. 12, 1917. Hill Hobby, the new governor iof Tex a H.Heema to b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 October 1917

-M 1 ^ How Billy Sunday r t7f THE SNOW MAN IS COMING How are your roofs? Now is the time to patch up those holes. Don't wait until the snow man does it for you. When you buy RED CEDAR SHINGLES of us you get only the best, cut full thickness from straight grain heart timber, dried under slow heat so as to retain their life. They will last for years. Phone us your order today. Hands It To People ROCKWELL BROS. & CO. Hay, do you want to be a lot of cheap skates all your days? Reach out and take for your- selves the promises of God. Stop your wind-jamming pray- ers and go out and ask your g neighbors to be Christians. Some of the prayers that you offer up just make me sick. I .just get boiling hot to see some people do something they call trying to serve the Lord, (iod Almighty must feel (lis- LOYALTY With null ice tmruiil none, with charity for ' lot I girts nn to set tin right." — LINCOLN. nil, irith firmness in the right, as I ffiorals jf Ifrnsmtala j fTlrn N«wn it« r«ad«ra to ma...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 October 1917

if 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 N.«*rx Our Own Texas Billy In another place 011 this page wo have given a glimpse of what Billy Sunday is doing out there in I.os Angeles. Well, here's another Hilly to whom we would introduce those of you who haw never met him or read after him. It is Billy May field. He is a I : 'her of our own Seth May field, the man who is a great factor in making the Cotton I'al- ace the brilliant success that we all v te it to be. Billy May field contributes a column every day to the Houston Chronicle, and it's readable stutF: no Houstonian would dare retire for the night wit' out having partaken of Hil- ly' refreshments. Some one wr> t ' i Billy the other day that he v : s handing out too many bouquvts to "the Yankee sol- diers." and this is how Hilly lov- ingly chides him: j ' I am not gonna censure you, old \Jonny Rel>.*...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 19 October 1917

' n •m hi/ Ibe Vol. xxxn . No. 20 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCT. 19, 1917 Whole Number 1744 Dallas State Fair Greater ST' "STJSlu 1- < • Simpson, One Among and Better, and still Growing Four Hundred Cattle Two bunches of black-face The v tin Fair ,W >ti>t> sion iin I th-* ^ Judge J. A. King was notified by wire this week that the State Highway Commission had al- countv breeding ewes, one of 11H pounds , , ( i .i i . . .i r\ n, ... . lowed Shackelford iKl f tlllllV s kvv tfk1 sights ;lt trie D iIkIS and the other scaling !>■ pounds, ' „ $22,000.00 for road construction 'tis bi'intr Press D iv, It w is :t HIV It occa- wen* purchased on the hort ... , , . . this year. We made application' P iper boys, tlu ir wives, suns and dawgli- j Worth market 1- nday to betaken ^ ?<% (Xj() 00< but the Com ; the Oldest Pioneers of Shack- elford County, Passes Awa* terswtn-tlib'>u' tour <>r live hun ired strong. The Dallti^St t I ur i i grr it institution: \ s, >ne of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 19 October 1917

• - A.-"- . ew 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 BRECKENRIDGE THE ALBANY NEWS ■SUKI) EVERY miOAY MOUSING life work, and now owns a l ii farm, a lot of mules ami things, and the entire proceeds of this — Richard H. McCarty. Ed. and Publisher bale long staph-. Of coun j produced. It is merely a sample Dter-dat the PMt Oflr At Albany ' amBiciwI jf Othor bales probably not quite Subscription $1.50 Fkk Year [so goo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 19 October 1917

UR Reminfton WHATEVER your favorite form of .hooting, Ure the arm for ,t- W wfasthcr ,t the Autoloading Shotgun or Pump Gun, ami m K.fUt 6«n the light i.> single ,hot (not illustrated) u> the hirfj .jy in both Autoloading and Slide Action Repealing models. I series of Jrrr t,|t. nj{ nation wide approval never equalled bv ke or hr^rnu. 1 1 .o "J Red Cross Benefit YuiJh ihXES em/n This 1b a •Tory oin (urn of mooe> ■j an realiie meant We *"t that liUreiU var la coating a <> <reat that ao ait - such an ameual L«.r to find slghtsea At the home of Mrs. G. E. j W.iters iti the city of Moran, Friday night, October '26, there will be given a Red Cross benefit. Forty-two will be the diversion of the hour. Everybody has a -pedal invitation. Admission mus, Mildred Edwards and Anita i ' Aft for Ammunition, rvrrv !>><.!y krnwi and likes "Arrow" and "Nttrr> CJub" (the iter I UntJ " ^ r. ,1 shrll*") the " Nrw Qub" (black po*Jer) and Remington LJMC Nfrr.illic Clart rule...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 19 October 1917

—-— - THE ALBANY NEWS barns and cottage homes, look at ■■ : the hamlets and cities and sky ■Mniro EVKEY PKIDAY MOKNIV. gcrapers yes. it's the garden ttckartf N. McCarty, Ed and Publisher; 8pot of the world, and only a kWMLtbt • • • kMMUk. , u*. i few years ago it was a desert. r «* o«e« at Aibwj. T«i«. •• We are talking about California Saeand Claa* Mail Matin | , ~— „ ,, now. Oeorge T. Latimer, who SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PFR YKAU f .. .. , _ . ; owns a farm on Hubbard Creek ADVUrmiNC KATES. . ... .... whwiiweiu. .in«ic mwtivTB. i61 says tliat he is heartily in favor MM* 9*' tack: rabaaquant uiaartUma. 1* 1 2 . , . _ £ip«rin«k (or mch inaartun s< « of (lamming Hubbard Creek and will bo mdo on adrart teaman u that arr ona- f iH-iKating her valleys. He says . at inaarttena of locala and r ad r i ■ par Una far aacfc Inaartun I if the people will not join in the move that he expects to go into it on a small scale by himself Dam Hubbard Creek is our and irrigate his farm your move FRIDAY,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 19 October 1917

m a " v'a THE SNOW MAN IS COMING How are your roofs'.' Now is the time to patch up those holes. Don't wait until the snow man does it for you. When you buy RED CEDAR SHINDIES of us you get only the best, cut full thickness from straight grain heart timber, dried under slow heat so as to retain their life. They will last for years. Phone us your order today. ROCKWELL BROS. & CO. ■Ml £nrals Jfrramtala of [ffes r*Hju#st« i*« r«sd«*r« to m il or phon* In th# ntrnw ami plsren of resident** aaf *• ••rly in th* wiwk s p«>«unM«v If you know of < th*r p«r onaWi kindly M*nd Ifcfin alao with the nam** of th« communicant. Thi<4 will «r*>atly a «iat Thf N>w« in k««p In touch with local happrnintft and willbr highly appreciated Eihtos. I | Michigan Salt at Burrows' Subscribe for The News, kocery Company. ^ ^ ^ ^ Col. Sam Webb saw the sights Murrie s. t the Dallas State Fair this reek. The Fighting Trail. See the Secret Kingdom. Canova and Alamo Coffee is sold by Burrows Grocery...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 19 October 1917

'•J > > 'I m WL 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 Letter from Vimy Ridge Hero New York. Oct. 8. An illus- tration of the sentiment possess- ed by men who die on the Kuropean battlefield in the war for democracy and a reminder for Americans who may be Lack- ward in contributing to the second Liberty loan for the same great cause, the Liberty loan committee made public the last letter written by Captain V. (i. | TupiK-r of the Canadian Scottish j Sixteenth Battalion to his fath-! er, Sir Chas. Hibbert Tupper. before his death at the battle of I Vimy Ridge last April. Thej soldier wrote: "My Dear Father 1 am writ- ing one of these 'in case' letters, for the third time, and of course, 1 hope you will never have to read it. If you are reading it now you will know that your youngest son went under," as proud as Punch on the most glorious day of his life. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 26 October 1917

Hem Vol. XXXIV, No. 21 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCT. 26, 1917 Whole Number 1741 Editor Dallas News Has Got Wheels in His Head Governor Hobby deserves ^ivat credit for having initiated the legislation which has resulted in the repeal of certain acts of the regular session of the !.<•. i-dature establishing new instituti >ns of higher leariunj;. Nit onlv this repeal legislation innnedi n'lv saved the peo -l 'Mt i'exas a large sum of money, but it has saved the pen dened in the future with institutions th it ire not needed. Such being the case, we regret shacks, and in spite of hardships and privations, in a great meas- ure they have conquered a desert and made it habitable. And during this embryonic period their sons and daughters grew to manhood and womanhood and were denied the advantage of an advanced civilization, and went out into the world crippled for the | lack of academic training. And now my dear Editor of the Dallas I News, who has Hung the cudgel of knock at the west, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 26 October 1917

** ■4 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 ail 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 BRECKENRIDGE THE ALBANY NEWS O™ hurdml and two i thousand dollar road funu is not ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING' grinned ::t l>ui!<i ..'IS. to 1)1 Richard H. McCarty, Ed. and Publisher s. MR. Ifchartf N McCftrty As-.oci.itt itfitor •hs Marfan! M:C*ty ... Sactaty Iditor ■fturvd*! th« Pwt one* at Alb m. !>« .. u I >s °n(' thing that 'an ho SMOMtcteMias.i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 26 October 1917

jThe Albany Livery Stable Albany, Texas Mail, Exprhss, and Automobii.h passhn(.br Links to Throckmorton, Ft. Griffin, Woodson and Lusk When weather is too Buggies, etc v i for Autos, Hacks, e substituted FLOAT LINE. LIVERY SErWICE, DUnWC Kin 1QQ FEED AND WAGON YARD mURC NU. 100 WAR WORK HELPS MORALE OF MEN TEXAS ORGANIZED TO AID IN RAISING $35.000 000 WAR WORK FUND Nothing New Under the Sun p^ent and subsequent worth to | the majority of students is rela "Instruction is not unfrequent- tively small. What subject of ly limited t< the dead languages fers a better opportunity for the in schools established for the development >t mental power- benefit of children to whom the than the infinitely complex, vital dead languages could now be of and far-reaching problems of tin no use." Kdinburg Review, present-day human life and en- April, 185;?. vironment? Karnestly grappling The following excerpt is from w'1'1 t'l<)S0 problems, directly, J an article by Kdson N. Tuckey w'" ('1 men...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 26 October 1917

' J V *THE ALBANY NEWS 4 — i ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING ; Richard H. McCarty, Ed. and Publisher - flfe. (Mart*. McCaU ■ • fauciata Uttsi SMWt) [Mil Metered .1 th* Plat Office at Albany. Taxaa. ■ 8aeaad CI— Mall MatUr Subscription $1.50 Pkr Ykak advbkt1kikg katks. Dkplty dvtrtbemflnt*. Mingle msrrtioas, 15 •Vnts per inch; salNMqoent iuertiont. 12 1-2 p«r inch for Mch insertion. Some reduc- * Hon will b« made adverttsrcoenU thst are one- tftfrd o# a pace or nor* in sise. Loc als and read t notices. 10 centa per line for single insertion. * fljwbaaquent insertions of locals and readers. , atots per lino for each insertion. ~ FHIDAV. O(:T" 26. 1917. Road BuiUfing in Progress We made a trip out in the west part of the county Tuesday on the Fort Worth and Roswell Highway, and we found that Commissioner N. M. Mims is . busy on that end of the line, has • sbout eight miles of this road • graded and by the way is doing' . sn excellent job. He also in- • formed us that his outfit was at j ' ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 26 October 1917

Everything From the Plans to the Shingles « We are in a position to supply you with every- thing from the plans to the shingles if you intend to build this year. You should talk to us about Building Material. plans together and figure the Let's go over tin cost. ROCKWELL BROS. & GO. ffinruls Jkmmala (Ths N*w* rtMjuwtH it r«ftd*ra to mail or phone In the mmci Mini plsrcn of residence of A&j visitor* s*early in th* wwk an possible. If you know of other personal* kindly send Item also with the numr of lh« communicant. Thin will greatly astist The New* in keep f in touch with local happeninicsand willbe hi«hiv appreciate! KuiT< k. I / eetheSicret Kingdom, im English was in town Mon- {Tom Crow did business in the '^y Monday. (Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Mill Vned from Dallas Monday. Judge B. down from Throckmorton week. re- e Scarlet Runner and Hob- Connelly, the boy actor. ever> rday ninht. turday and Monday i will 10 per cent discount on all med hats. Kunice Hatcher P. W. Reynolds...

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