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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 26 October 1917

S. WEBB Attorney at Law. J fl L. H. HILL Notary Public. ■ WEBB & HELL Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. ALBANY, (Shackelford County) TEXAS At Matthews Memorial Church Next Sunday, Oct. listh, is tht* ila> which o ir President has pro- claimed, in accordance with an act of Congress requesting him to do so, as a day of "concerted prayer to Almighty Cod for His divine aid in the succe- of our arm*." Prayer witt he offered at the morning service in ac- cordance with this uroc! imatiui. It so happens that next Sun- day is alsti tiie nearest one to the Four Hundredth Anniversary of the beginning of the Protestant Reformation by Martin Luther. This Anniversary is to be ob- served by churches of most Protestant denominati •>> thru- out the world The suUject of the morning sermon will there- for- be, "Martin Luther and the Open Bible." Little M. - Dorothy Smith will sing a solo for us at the morning service. The subject of the sermon at night. will be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 2 November 1917

mt I J. Vol. XXXIV, No. 22 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOV. 2, 1917 Whole Number 17 FLOWERS FOR THE LIVING German Peace Talk Elsewhere i:i this issue of the News you will find an appreciative letter to the editor from J'. I). B. dreat house of Rotan. We don't reckon there's a human being on earth who does not like for some! one to pat him or th.- l a<-k, and every once and awhile pitch him a complimentary bouquet it's the cheapest service in the world. Yes, co t less and always nets a large dividend. We like th>- nevvi spaper bu in' * . . we love it, and we ;ire striving to mi nt j the patronage of i ■■ public, hut we are not striving to please any- one, neither art we Ii iiing for bouquets. A man is a doggone hypn crite and a fvlu •• in Journalism who will do this. Th* policy of the News is for tF.«■ uplift of humanity and the progress of it's town and countv. and ometimes we tackle the job in a crude, blunt style, and our language does not exactl. nuit tlie highbrows, but be it u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 2 November 1917

Hi Our New Fall Goods on Display a / 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, yc *ng 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 1HE ALBANY NEWS ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING Richard H. McCarty, Ed. and Publisher •n IktoflN McCati btacirtt Idftw ■to Marffitt NcCwV .... t«M| CMtf ■ktar.Mjat tha Pout OSta *1 Albany, Tmu. aa Wood CUm Mai IHattar Subscription $1.50 Per Yhar ADVERTISING KATU Uwiilar a.lraiWeamenU. uncle laaarUma, It. W (a par inch: aubaaquant inaaitlona. I! 1-t a a...

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

m -SP M . ] 'I lid •'<■ ,1* -S STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! The patriotic young ladies of Albany gave a star play at th' opera house Thursday night and played to one of the larges audience ever assembled in the opera house. The whole husines was well staged and evidence of patience, hard work and training was shown in every act. There was not a hitch in the whole pro- ceedings. The people of Albany, the Red Cross ladies arid in far every one in Albany owe the young ladies who were responsibU for this excellent play, a vote of thanks. The Unite I States army. Uncle Sam and the boys in the trenches will say, (Jod bless thes. young ladies for their patriotic service, as they an- on the firiru line and doing their part nobly in helping to win this war. An in behalf of this people we want to extend thanks to Miss Lou ^ Webb as director, and to Misses Lucile and Sallie Matthews ''In ford Easly, Gladys Sedwick and Minnie L'*e I'rice for their ui tiring efforts in the presentation of this plav. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 2 November 1917

) If! 'rpt. The Albany Livery Stable Albany, Texas Mail, Express, and Automobilh Passenger Lines to Hvockmorton, Ft. GrifTiii, Woodson and Lusk When weather is too bad for Autos, Hacks, Buggies, etc. will be substituted FLOAT LINE, LIVERY SERVICE, DUnklC tin 13ft F^ED AND WAGON YARD MlllnC HU. 100 CITATION BY PUBLICATION. THB STATE OF TEXAS To the Sheriff or any ConeLable of Sherkelford County, Greeting Yen are hereby command#**! to *ummon W II Stokes. Ellen Shippen, K'dward .Shippen. A lie* Harrison, John Herrinon. Wm. S. Marshal!. Mary 8b Marshall. Juntun !' Marshall, Thome* A Lewis, Lissie R I.cwia. Blanche V Stoke*. Al- bert W. Stokra. fcluabeth S Reed. Arthur llenry Stokes, Jsmea Koch«**t«r. John Simnn. llrnry A Thierman. Louisa Thlermen. r W h Ihiarh. Carry W G. !>unch. Henrietta Huetxenbmh, Ed- Ward Simma. Samuel Stilee, Emma Ntilee, I.ittle 4L Bauer. Frederick liauer. Catherine Hi mm*. J.W. 1h term an. Th« ma* Thierman. Ida Voff. Ban Vu*t, Lllli* : hort. < larenee Shor...

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

From the Plans to the Shingles flieareina position to supply you with every- tlfnff from the jilans to the shingles if you intend taibuild this year. You should talk to us about I hould talk to us about " " „ Material. Let's go over the plans together and figure the cqpt. ROCKWELL BROS. & CO. WORLD-FAMED INNES BAND IS COKING Will Be Hii; Musical Attraction al Cotton I'alace at Waco in November. two free concerts every day w, yK.> 4" Wi.ro, Texas—The magical nttrac- tion at the Texas fotton Palace, whi.h iralfi ^ tymmniB j imiIw phoniln Iki nanM and places of residence of issearly laths week as possible. If rnu know of other p«r on«l« kindly iiend *tth the nam# of the mmmunlnint Thl will greatly aasint The Ni>w« in keei.. wllk loeal hap|i'nin««and willh.'hi«hlyappr«-iatrd Kmroa. I Under llif Personal Direction of Fred- erick Innes, I'his Famous Musical Organisation Will Attract From .'ill Over Texas 'A<fm - -y/rx W". I opens November V. ami closes Novem | ber 18, will 1,...

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

v ' > S. WEBB Attorney at Law. %jg L. H. HILI Notary Publi *•? WEBB & HILL Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. ALBANY, (Shackelford County) From a Shackelford County Soldier Boy Camp Travis, (tot. 2H. Dear Editor and friends: I am writing The News a few lines, as I love the dear old paper and its editor and the good peo- ple of Shackelford county. Well, we are all-enjoy inn good health and having a real good time and working hard getting ready to go after the Kaiser. We are longing to take possession of him, and believe me, if anybody gets him Shackelford's boys will bring him in the first time we start after him, because us boys have the grit of a bulldog, and there isn't any stopping us when we net started. All of the home boys are pro- gressing nicely with their train- ing. We get Wednesday after- noon otr and Saturday evening and all day Sunday. We only work eight hour a day, so you know we are having a good time by that. We have different things...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 9 November 1917

i lbt Mem XXXIV, No. 23 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOV. 9, 1917 Whole Number 1749 RED CROSS NOTES Rally at Boogsburg Last Sunday afternoon a Red s rally was held at Boogs- taking the time of Pastor wford's preaching appoint- t there. Several auto loads Red Cross workers went out Albany to help the Boogs- people get the good work blished in their midst. There Wis a fine audience and much ■igjthusiasm. Mrs. Crawford and Hardy made interesting 8 on the subject. Miss Ea- t sang "The Ninety and >" to the delight of the audi- Miss Sedwick, of the Membership committee, explain- the purpose and conditions of ®8mbership, an i enrolled tliir- new members, and there more to follow. Mr. Gordon, *n> gers, Mrs. Jenkins and is Rohne, (Principal of the sburg school) were appoint- ed a local committee to continue the work of enrolling members. Executive Committee Meeting ^ Last Monday afternoon the County Executive Committee, | "{formerly known as the Board «f Directors,) held its regular thly mee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 9 November 1917

■m Our New Fall Goods osi Display ';1 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 BRKCKLNRIDGE i HE ALBANY NEWS ArthurJ- RT™ ,youns| man who is guiding the destiny issued kvkry friday mokninc. y (he Throckmorton County J Richard H. McCarty, Ed. and Publisher News, is making good. He is • ^*"2 giving that people the worth of Mn lieluit H. McCirty ■u Mwiairt HcCirty km vrmiat th« Pom osirr «t Albany. To«a>. * | their money, and tlu1 tow n ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 9 November 1917

ft The Albany Livery Stable Albany, Texas Mail, Express, anij Automobile Passenger Lines to Throckmorton, Ft. Griffin, Woodson and Lusk When weather is too bad for Autos, Hacks, Buggies, etc. will be substituted FLOAT LINE, LIVEKY SERVICE, punfclP Nfl 1QA FEED AND WAGON YARD lIHJIlL HUi 100 CITATION BY PUBLICATION. i THE STATi; or TKXAS T# Sheriff or any Constable of Shackelford County. (Jrsetinf You are hereby commanded to aurmnoti W II. Btofce*. Ellen Shippen. Hdward Shipprn. Alice ■arriMon. John Harrison. Wrn. S. Marshall, Mary fl. Marshall. J unius I' Marshall, Thorna:' A. Lewie. Listte K !^w n. Hlinehe V Stokes, Al bert W. Stoke*. Ellzal eth tf. Keetf, Arthur llenry Stokes. Jane* Rochester. .!«> .r Himms. llenry A Th tar man. Louisa Thierman. C W Y I>usch Carry W ( . I>u«<-h, Henrietta Hu*txenbi>< >>. KH tpard Stmnis, Samuel Rtilee. Emm* Ktile*. JL Bau«r. Frederick < Hauer, Catherine J. W. Thierman, Thomas Thierman. Ida Voft. Ban Vogt, l.illie Short, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 9 November 1917

lr pmpaiw is Albany tamp i40i o. e. v. Sacred to the memory of our feceased Commander. D. (i. impson. Whereas, it has pleased the treat Commander of Heaven and fearth to remove by death our most worthy Commander, I), G. Simpson, who departed thin lift- on the 15th day of October, 1917, at his residence near Albans, Texas, we most humbly bow to His will, who doeth all things well, and look forward to the gathering of all Comrades in that eternal world, when- we shall all gather to part no more. Commander I). (J. Simpson en- tered the Civil War at about the age of 19 years, and by his keen conception of military rule* and far-reaching generalship, was promoted to Captain at an early time, and was known as one of, if not the youngest Captain in General Lee's army. He was M. S. LONG ATTORNEY AT LAW Notary Public (MBcc with W. L. Morris Albany, - Texas Carl L. Ueb Pressing on Hoff-Man Presser guaranteed. Alsu cleaning, altering, ind hats reblocked. Orders taken for suits. LAUNDRY. PHONE ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 9 November 1917

king From the Plans to the Shingles 4 t. We are in a position to supply y(,u with every- thing from the plans to the shinies if you intend to build this year. You should talk to us about Building Material. Let's go over the plans together and figure the cost. ROCKWELL BROS. & CO. SOLDIER BOYS REGARD Y.M.C.A. AS GODSEND PROVIDES SUBSTITUTES FOR HOME LIFE—GOOD CHEER, SO- CIABILITY, CLEAN LIVING. Texn Bay Sayi Can't Raaltt Wrifc log Mother and Home Folk* Wtth Material® Furnished irate <$P ibrsuttalB j jplhwaraQUMUItii reader, to mall or phone In the name. .nd of rM((1#nc|) of pfMknMearly in the w«,k en poaalble. If ,0,1 know of other pernnnalii kindly « nd Mate with the .ami. of the communicant. Thin will (natty asaiat The Now. in keep, flllaaah with local happeningaand will be hiahly appreciated. Kiiitor. I I I w fC. Brush was in town Mon- nan Balliew was in town iy. ■I lr. and Mrs. Eli Meyer were I city Monday. Jadge J. A. King did business iWoodson Saturday. rv ffhatgold brac...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 9 November 1917

■ • J?*. WEBB & S. WEBB Attorney at Law. ALBANY, L. H. HILL 3 Notary Public. Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. (Shackelford County) TEXAS At Matthews Memorial Church The ladies of the church have taken a very patriotic stand. At their meeting last Tuesday af- ternoon they voted unanimously to give up the annual Ba/.aar, for which they have been working several months. also all social engagements during the contin- uance of the war, that they may be able to devote more time to Red Cross Work. We are all going over to the Methodist church to hear Bro. Hardy say good bye to the peo- ple of Albany. j Wanted at once :><•,')••' pounds | of dry bleached bones. Will pay $12.00 per ton delivered at Al- banv. A. S. Kiddle Bobby Connelly and his little sweetheart. Aida Morton, now j playing at Birchwood Theatre capture the audience from the The subject of the sermon next word K0 Bobby ig the worldv greatest boy actor, and Aida is a close second. Saturday n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 November 1917

Stem Sens ?•!. XXXIV, No. 24 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOV. 16, 1917 Whole Number 174# Time Has Come in the History of This Nation When we Most Stand We Nominate Judge W. L. Morris for Representative Albany's opera Troupe numan Greed, Materialism and Hypoc Played Throckmorton A ... In view of the fact that just; On last Friday evening about, as One M3n 3nd Brook no Opposition^1 thi:,hour,ii° ^r<:it state °r f,,ur A^any** opera; ___________ Texas needs an able administra-1 Troupe got aboard their cars and ricy Hang About the Neck of God's Holy Church Like a Millstone *Mob law is a JanKt-Tuus instrument in the hands of the rabble, llat sometimes if's a means to an end and it becomes necessary to Jght the devil with In.- own fire-brand. The American people are tile most patient people on earth slow to anger, are loth to take the law into their own hands and shed human blood, for the sim- ple reason that they love human liberty and above all, Jl.STlCF. fbr the past five or six w ars we ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 November 1917

;• ft ■ n ti Our New Fall Goods on Display Visit our store and let us show you our stock of new goods. Corp-' J 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, mil' 'e 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 BRECKENR1DGE THE ALBANY NEWS ISSUED KVKKY FRIDAY MORNING Richard H. McCarty, Ed and Publisher m llclijftf H C«t hiKiat* Miter ' Ml Mirfwtf McCjrty S«wti IMw th* rust Oftr,- it Albani. Tub* u Sn-on-tCImm Mat! Matter SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PKK Ykar ADVERTISING KATftK. ►IvrJim-mT'i «tn*l# bmrtMH. la •CU p«" inrh. ub *-<j i rt insertion*. 12 1? i* p*r Inch for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 November 1917

The Albany Livery Stable Albany, Texas Mail, Express, and Automobile Passenger Lines to Throckmorton, Ft. Griffin, Woodson and Lusk When weather is too bad for Autos, Hacks, _ Buggies, etc. will be substituted FLOAT LINE. LIVERY SERVICE, DUAIIC kin 10Q FEED AND WAGON YARD rnUIlt NU. 100 CITATION BY PUBLICATION. THE 8TATK OF Th \A To the Sheriff or any Cor atahle of Shackelford Gsuntv. Ciraeting Ym arr hereby romr? andeH to numnfn W II. SliA«*. Klkn Sh | pen, F'ward Shipper. Alue Barriaon, J"h- ll.«rr VA> m. S. Marshall, Mary 4 ■■ * A Marshall ^ ^1' Mar Kali. Thorn** A lawk \mi ^ iehe V. Stoke*. Al k*rt W Kl«k f ' 51 ff ed, Arthur Henry floke* Jam*-- K«« he er. j Mimrt.. Henry A *9llanna'i lain : Thierca* W. F Duxeh. Carry W <i. Ih, << t ||« '' ." i |. ,« uenlwrf-h. Fd frardH>mm <. Sarnu* I StiUa. I r-,a ' l.-* |,ittle Jl Bau* r. Frnlerx k l Ha it Catherine Sin m*. J. W. Thierma Tk I r .'man Ida V« gt, Ben V.«t. I .iIIh* Shft, riari-i •• hort. K. Cook*. John C H«" d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 November 1917

=a i M tns latin Visit Mtran Mrs. Wade McLemore. Chair- . man of the Executive Board of • the Red Cross Chapter, in com- ■ pany with Mesdames Crawford, j Deats, Diller, Ed Dodge. S. | Webb, Sammons, Hardy, Mc- i Carty. and Mr. S. Diller. motor i cd to Moran Monday afternoon ' to meet in joint business session with the Moran auxiliary branch «f the Chapter. The meeting was held in the Methodist church . and was called to order by the chairman of the Moran Chapter, who welcomed the Albany ladies with an appropriate talk. He- forts of secretary, treasurer and ■tanding committees were given and approved, and other busi- ness of the Chapter attended to. and the meeting then given over ' to the Albfcny Committee. Mrs. McLemore made an interesting Calk on Red Cross work. Mrs. Crawford, Chairman of the Knit- ting Committee, gave a talk on her work, and urged an inten- ' aive campaign for Red Cross members. Mrs. Deats. superin- tendent of Woman's Work, gave • excellent instructions regarding...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 November 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 Red Cross Members Who |§ji Have loined Since Oct. 19 Building Material. Let's go over the plans together and figure cost. the ROCKWELL BROS. & GO. ; tnralfi sP fferflmtala lTk New. rvquNti lt« rtid«ri to mail or phont In the itUM and place* of renMlenre >f Any fwh «*i rly in the w«M>k M If you know of other p«*raoniilii kindly «rrwt also with the name of th« communicant Tliia will irreatly aaaiat Th«* NfWM in ke« i> In touch with local happening* and w ill hi*hl> appreciated Kuitok I /. T. Powers was in <sday. Mr. and Mrs. Katon Reynolds ere in the city Tuesday. FOR RENT. The 0. L. Prin- le residence. See C. A. Wilson. Harrison Wilson was down •om the Matthews ranch Mon- iy- W. I. Cook and A. V. Huyler lade a business trip to Molar: Mintv this week. I town Pink Muskey was up from...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 November 1917

MS i H'i ' ! ■' ""I ■ " 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 Red Cross Noles Rally at Nawcomb Next Sunday, Nov. IK, atp. m., a Red i ross rally will be held at Newiomb, by the follow- ing team: Rev. C. H. Crawford. Chairman of the Extension Coni- miteee, Leader; Mrs. McLemore, First Vice President and Chair- man of the Kxecutive Commit- tee; Mrs. 1 >eats, Superintendent of Woman's Work: Mrs. Craw- ford, Chairman of the Knitting Committee; and Miss Gladys Sedwick. Chairman of the Mem- bership Committee. A local com- mittee composed of Mr. and Mrs. Ton) Crow. Mi s Bertha Allen, ami others, is ct, operating. This rally takes the place of Pastor Crawford'* regular monthly pr< fhiug service. Workit: members of the Chap- iter are all grateful to Mr. Cloud I of the lumber yard for the new | glass door he has put into their {Sewing Room, which adds much to t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 November 1917

jim neynotd# lite JM&nig Hems < Vol. XXXIV, No. 25 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOV. 23, 1917 Whole Number 1749 The Old-Fashioned Pone-Dodger of Ante Bellum Days John Ball and Uncle Sara Three More Soldier Boys John Bull's warships have sent America is the greatest Nation five of Germany's subs to the on earth in many respects. In bottom of the ocean. Let the natural resources, such as sold good work go on, .John. By and silver, iron and copper, oil Some Facts and Figures Relative to Irrigation. Would it Pay? Those Northern pr-ople alx.ve the Mason and Dixon line have *osh old John Bul1 waa Jllst a and coal and br(>ad and meat- got up a discussion about the pone-dodger, how to make it, etc. s'ow a'M)llt getting into this she leads the world. And then The new Kim Creek reservoir will furnish ample water to su^- But they low u- f ab<,ut as much about how to make corn bread war Pr°P« r- If .vou will read in man power, she is preeminent ply Abilene and to irrigate at the If ant c...

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