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

EVERY CENT m REO CROSS SPEIYT FOR RELIEF WORK u St Loui* K*d * ro * r tPttt* $lo ' «'0 u y *ai toi til l ' • / v k'e.* bli<) that Ut'otK* W Si .iui* li> I'li't'i Uli'n «> r th* .imKiwr'fin lUMtUt l - ' iv h $ M.tH'i Moth Mfa liaiutu- r an-l Muon it" j '.. !** 11. • • r <r v I* *- i' d i k> t u«> I . I. UK « *P if • * lit S ll. \l J ) ' i. ti n. • I iI«• \ • d' ).. I t\ h t L I CIRCU14TE0 CY AO I. NTS OF LNSPEAKACLE K AIS C R 18 NA'LEO HOW SOCIETY IS SUSTAINED Hj f of VtfwOfTip f9t* Providft iu#f'C ent fwndt for AjMi.nH f.tiw Purposes—W**. e bwbici ipt«ont Go I! HW >f tie in.H>**nK*4 > • K -'-r . ••ul.i'fU wore U • *< t l* i n« • u b * \n ,ru a i K U • r« \ 1 KIIV > ! • ! •\tlt«r*rU'Atl ItfafW/.a Ni ,H' i o 'U^*' 'VH «A* o I. • t 'hat u I j.. r*r.'a#;o ol ti* mil. ' • ' ' b i r.bed fot l(«'d i f v. *o v ♦ • i t« % (i i,t;f. . ( • foe- i" .i* . i Iftti UH'Ul ha- til t .-l.« .11 One uiiflulci unU i i i.f *a-* ftb 'U U'i Ilk- ru*! b> ur.« >f Jim* •...

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

iht , No. 29 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DEC. 21, 1917 Whole Number 175$ letide at the Old Homestead Before the issue of another paper, yuletide will have come and One of the brightest spots on the tablets of human recol- i is Christmas at the old homestead. Today, millions of l and mothers the world over are looking forward in happy ition of the return of the prodigals who have wandered from the old homestead to build homes for themselves and trv'nP ,0 prove that two and two roffsprings. If we mistake not, somewhere in th«' Book it mal"! f°ur- and water is wet, No Time to Waste That's what George Ade thinks about the present situation, and here are his remarks concerning the matter: "This is no time to waste prec- ious hours and vocal energy in From X Cowboys Kent, Texas, Dec. 17, 1917. Albany News, Albany, Tex. Dear Kditor: Where is Louis Conrad, Walt and Caley Martin, Jerry Mollis and Alex Spears? We never see their names in the paper. "The Word I Can't is Found Only in the Vocabulary...

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

u r.Ef \*l Do Your Christmas Shopping Early Remember that our store is headquarters for everything to be found in a first class dry goods establishment. Ladies' ready to wear is our long suit; ladies' footwear is our specialty. Visit our dress goods department and be convinced as to quality and styles. Our stock of gent's furnishing goods is complete in every detaih—clothing, shoes, hats, neckwear, over shirts and dress shirts—we have them. Remember Our Soldier Boys Say, when you go to make up your Christmas boxes for the soldier boys, visit our store and buy them something that will be of real service. Of course uicknacks are al? right for mementos, but what our brave soldier boys need on the battle!«eld is something to keep them warrn and com- fortable. 1 he store that handles dependable goods.... edwick & Cook ALBANY AND BRECKENRIDOE J J i I MB ALBANV Nl\\> "'There are no more/ lie-.; "•; ! .i- men than tin - • who | issied K\:nv nui>\i moknim; . . ,i- have come to this...

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

ir Money Into a Home Ijourown. There's no investment that pro- i more lasting returns than the building of a ^ Resolve January 1st to stop paying rent I tart on the road to happiness and content- Our years of experience in the lumber IMS enables us to save you money on every- t you need for building. Come in and let us > it ROCKWELL BROS. & CO. :als / JbrsimalB j Its re«dflrn to mall or phone In th# names and pluc^a of rMidenc* of —|y |n week a« posaibU If you know of other p**ra«>n«la kindly aend mew of the communicant. Thia wtll greatly aaaiat Th«> Nawa in kerp- K|>lof.,Upp.nin«..nd whl be h.irhlyappreciated KlUToa ] " I J rChristmas buying at Commissioner N. M. Mims was down from Lueders this week. Let us figure with you on \«.11r groceries. Burrows (iro. Co. C. E. Waters was up from Mo- ran this week attending court. For Sale. Two fine whit<• leg- born cockerels, and 12 pullets, from the best pen in Texas, dll Malcolm Castleberry. Judge Fred Cockrell was here ...

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

31^ ' dM -I, ' - • :i • * S. WEBB Attorney at Law. L. H. HILL Notary Public. I WEBB & HILL • .1 Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. ALBANY, (Shackelford County) TEXAS £ Red Cross Notes m\i v„'rr of the Christmas Drive for Shackelford county, were in Owing t> the announcement attendance. Albany and Moran that ( oneressman lUanton was | .*• >11 e working together made to speak in Moran last Sunday p. th« rail.' a grand success. One m . the rally which had been an- hundred new members were ad- nonnced for Set!wick on that ded to the Red Crass rolls. date was, at the last moment, moved bodily to Moran, and held immediately after the speaking. A large delegation of workers Work un from Albany, headed by Mrs. Mcl.emore and Mr. (iray Webb, rstinsej J. I. CASTLEBERRY LICENSED EMBALMER ALBANY, - TEXAS Manager Webb reports Kt ;'ross members in Shackel- ford county, and still the good Before this can appear in print, the figures will, no doubt, be away past ...

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

, No. 30 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DEC. 28, 1917 Whole Number 1754 iny Bronk Highway Extended to Waco jklbtny capture! another prize the pant week in the matter of uing her system of highways. Judge J. A. Kin# and jSurveyor Proctor K. Clarke, while in Austin the past week, ! t the headquarters of the Highway Commission. And /tells it ori Judge Kin*?, when he entered this department, nan Hancock said to his clerk: For God sakes close the safe, icomes Judge King of Shackelford county after more > for road building and he got it. fhe purpose of this trip was to submit the survey and profile I up by Proctor Clarke for the first ten miles of the Fort . rEl Paso Highway out of Albany. We are glad to say that i WM accepted, and the money is now available, $10,000 given r tie State Highway Commission for this work. And it was ithe Shackelford county good road boosters were in the offic • I discussing the matter of a highway from Albany to Waco, and jbeinga multiplicity of designated highway...

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

ET1* 5-B55— r ' . 4 . i i- :> r i ■i « « ■ New Year Greetings: K^n^uza We want to thank our friends and customers for their liberal patronage during the year that is past and ^one. We want you to keep it in mind that our stores are head- quarters for DEPENDABLE GOODS. Our motto is QUALITY. P fat J 5 U m , X'" mm AND PROSPEROUS KEY TIM TO SIL edwick & Coo ALBANY AND BRECKENRIDGE Hi: \i.li\NV M:WS K^'l il th.it fifteen million Red Cross members over iMSt'KD IAKHV KRii)\y mouninc, here in America are backing up kich.trit H. McCarty, Ed. and Publisher tin- bovs in the trenches second MM iUk ..J u u.« . . .... ffcfcirtf H McCifh l u Mmfgj..! McCsttf llitsr i; .l^i* „ $H*tp iiitM drltnse. it ot. • • ' Uttn at A lm > bH in «« Mail Mull* r The News wishes all a happy feilm'scription $1.5<> I'kk Yi:.\u and prosperous New Year Mav . i A.iv. i jisin.; iMitti. health and prosperity be the por- Tn*!*' tion of all the people of Shackol- •.^la |H-r incb for Hrb mx-rtiuK Sum. r«l., ...

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

Money Into a Home Rggjrown. There's no investment that pro- lasting returns than the building of a t, , Resolve January 1st to stop paying rent [ start on the road to happiness and content- Our years of experience in the lumber i enables us to save you money on every- l you need for building. Come in and let us it it ROCKWELL BROS. & CO. Married Wednesday morning at 7:1*0 o'clock at the residence of Mrs. I. M. Ewing, Mr. Alex Nelson and Miss Louise Ewing were united in marriage. Rev. J. M. Mcivfahen, pastor of the Baptist church, performed the ceremony, which was the impressive Hug service. Only the immediate family of the bride were present. Miss Kwing is the lovely and accomp- lished grand daughter of Mrs. Kwing, and has been reared ir Albany. She is a young woman of exemplary character, and Mr Nelson is certainly fortunate in the winning of her for his hriile The groom was also reared at this place, and is a young man of tine character and qualifica- tions, and has many assoc...

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

I" • i S. WEBB Attorney at Law. L. h. HILL Notary Publl WEBB & Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. ALBANY, (Shackelford County) TEXAS Contempor) Thought What America is Fighting Against Newel! Dwight Hillis in Cur- rent Opinion: Every American who has passed through France and Belgium of late has returned home a permanently saddened man. (ierman cruelty and French agony have cut a bloody gash in in the heart, and there is no Dakin solution that can heal the wound. For three years Ger- 1 J. L CASTLEBERRY LICENSED EMBAIMER ALBANY, ItXAS man-Americans have protested that the stories of (ierman atro- cities were to be disbelieved as English inventions, Belgian lies and French hypocricies; but that day has gone by. When the rep- resentatives of the nations as- semble for the final settlement there will be laid before the del- egates of Germany affidavits, photographs, with other legal proofs that establish (ierman atrocities more clearly than were the scalpi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 4 January 1918

Hie IMtrdtm Hems , XXXIV, No. 31 lycss County Judge S. W. Slither for CoMty Treasurer ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JAN. 4, 1918 WIMIC If 1781 |f joa will turn to our an- it column in this issue News you will find the i «f Richard Dyesa forcoun- S. W. Suther has thrown his hat into the ring, and is now a full Hedged candidate for the office of county treasurer of of Shackelford county Shackelford county. There is is our present county nothing that we ctnild say that r, and by the way he would add strength to his claim In the Past Ten Days Messrs. Webb & Have Sold Fifty Thousand Dollars Worth of Real Estate Of course it's dry out here in Shackelford county, but not- withstanding that fact. M-s r-. W. bb & Hill, the lives! and oldest real estate firm tn West Texas, in the just ten days have swJd ap- a good one; now he for this * flu*. as he is well and fifty thousand dollars worth «>f ri al estate in Shackel- to the office of county favorably known to the voters of furJ o ranch la...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 4 January 1918

j . REMEMBER THAT we are headquarters for quality merchandise—=- that's our specialty. We study the wants of our cus- tomers, hence our success in the mercantile business. Serviceable and dependable goods, courteous treatment, a square deal, and your trade is always appreciated. Hake our store your home while in the city. Sincerely yours, Sedwick & Cook ALBANY AND BRECKENR1DGE THE ALBANY NEWS ibst'ed every friday morning Richard H. McCarty. Ed. and Publisher coin says, boys there is room at the top. Well I hear some one say: Why don't you take hoKIV I am waiting to get a good hold. But let us not all wait for a good hold, for the old hen might get away. I am out on the beautiful plains Subscription $1.50 Per Year of Texas for mine. We raise advertising R*ns m*n>' good things. I am as the young eagle. trying to build me Kum^tl U Poi OAc, it Albany r>ua. u Smmw) Ctaa* HallHttttr W.'U 9*1 iMk tot nek inMrtM So«n r dur M wl" b auri*• >ilnlM«.nli III*I mrr om— Hp* af • i w a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 4 January 1918

Those Repairs? By these odd jobs are put off until the Bth hour. Don't wait until the cold, bliz- ■ come, but look around now and see 'much repairing is needed on vour house, I and sheas. ANYTHING IN LUMBER that gguat quick is to be found in our large and aworted stock. Let us know your wants. ROCKWELL BROS. & GO. W. H. Crousen was down from Woodson this week. Why not begin the year right? Trade with Burrows Gro. Co. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Williams visited in Stamford last week. Michigan salt per bbl. $2.60. jl& J. Carter King. George Conrad came in this week from Dalhart, via Fort Worth. A good New Year's resolution . — trade more with Burrows Gro- eery Co. INDFUL of the anxiety and distress throughout the world and conscious of the hardships caused by drouth in this section of the state, we tender you The Season's Greetings and express to you our cor- dial appreciation of the most valuable asset-"fhat money cannot buy— Goods, Boots, is, Hats, Clothing, fact, everything to be f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 4 January 1918

i :,af I ' <«s-V ' :■* 1 f S. WEBB Attorney at Law. L. H. Notary WEBB & HILL % Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. J ALBANY, (Shackelford County) TEX. gpt An Enjoyable Evening Mrs. A. VV. lit- yn<>!(is opened thi doors ol her elegant home last Thursday evening to a large gathering of friends and guests. Riving them one of the most en- joyable evenings of tne Yuletide festivities. The. iccasion was n forty-two party Riven under the auspices of the thimble Club. This club which so often extends pleasure to the people of Albany, is to be J. L. CASTLEBERRY LICENSED EMBALMER J ALBANY, TEXAS complimented on this special at' fair, wh'ch afforded entertain ment ami Christmas cheer to so many young people, older peo- ple, and season vacationists. The spacious rooms so admir- ably adapted to entertainment, were attractively decorated with Chri-tmas bells, poinsettias. and garland > of red and green frills, with mistletoe in evidence every- where. A nu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 January 1918

XXXIV, No. 32 Alhattg Heirs ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JAN. 11, 1918 J Whole N 1701 imford Leader for Petticoat Government Uncle Sam's a Pauper Federal Farm Demonstration Agent for Shackelford County Mr. Barrow, who represent* the Federal and State department of Agriculture, w h here Monday f>> t ie purpose of co-operatiOB with the citizens of Shacke f r I co >n > in the matter of a demon*- the ear h ar.d the right will prevail. Women vote? Why government for our supplies of pen, ink and paj er, or words to stration agent t• r the year191H. Under the auspices of the Young Soon th" women u ggrh sense as they have i Government is a pauper. It can't give you a dollar unless it first collects it from either you or your neighbors. The more men it employs, the more taxes you pay. The more power you give it, the less liberty you possess. That was the creed of Thomas Jef- 1 egin to vote, an I if they use half as'ferson. But "State Press" of the Dallas News insists that old ; other t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 January 1918

h'W'v i I yft BIG REDUCTION IN LACES AND EMBROIDERIES One lot embroidery edge and insertion, regular price 10, 12^ and 15c, j special 9c. ! One lot embroidery edge and insertion, regular price 6'4, 7^ and 8I/S, ^ special 5c. One lot lace insertion, regular price 6'4 to 12^, special price 2c. One lot lace edge and insertion, regular price 10 to 15c, special 5c. One ot lace edge and insertion, regular price 8^ to 12'^c, special , price 7 1-2C. ■ 20 per cent Discount off all laces and Embroideries. ( i I UaMUMSJ LiHror K.r. _ wick & Cook ALBANY AND BRECKENRIDGE ~zz- r I . . - S^L2k. I HE ALBANY MiW I HcCatti Sic. mi >1 Ik* P—« OAt* >1 Albi' 1 SavaarfClMallaillfattar Ar. army travels on its lieliv. The allied armies must he fed. E'sro.te i> on the verge ot .star- job t*€«oi*i.> of America to feed the hungry • m ions in Europe. Let's get in t • i.ches, bo> , and make hay •88URD EVERY FRIDAY MONMv. Hichaid H McCarty,Ed andPubuti r viiion, ami it's the colossal i i.> ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 January 1918

Goods, Boots, is, Hats, Clothing, fact, everything to be found in a class dry goods store. Everyday in the year is bargain at our store. Come in and let us you. J. T. Lowery. irala f Prrsmtala j • lUraad.r. to mailor phon* In thr nainn and i.larr. of rMidenc* of ■(■•■rljiii th« aa poMibi* If tou know of other prraonal. kindly *nd ka lameof the communionnt Thia will vraatlv aaal.t Th* Naw. in ke*p- ItaealNuppeningnand wlllh> h:Khtyappreciatcd. Kiutor ) Mildred Manning left New crop Crockett & Weil's; ifor Bartlesville. Okla. pure country made syrup at Bur- i - rows Gro. Co. . Huh and family have Ifrom Arkansas. They >tl*re to stay hut just t stay away. Some Interesting Red Cross Reports Since the organization of the Red Crosa Chapter at Albany the following supplies have been sent out from the local work room: 330 made garments. 157 knitted garments. 448 linen bandages. 20 lbs. gauze; bandages. 35 lbs. candy. 1 pr. ward slippers. 37 comfort hags. 106 comforts. Following is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 January 1918

in S. WEBB Attorney at Law. L. H. HILL Notary Pu6I '■*# \ i W I } 151 j WEBB & HILL Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. * i ALBANY, (Shackelford County) ( Trip to Hastings School Frid y norning of lust week in company with Judge King, Dr. C. H. Crawford and Hadley Robert, we visited the Hastings school. We arrived there about 11 o'clock and Judge J. A. King touched the electric button with an excellent educational ;iddress and started the machinery to rolling. He was followed by Dr. Crawford, who spoke along the line of Red Cross work, and made a splendid talk. Dr.Craw- ford was followed by McCarty, and then the speech making ad- journed. Misses Maud Golden and Jewel Hutfaker are the teachers in charge of this school and its destiny is in safe hands. This is an ideal school commun- ity. has an excellent school build- ing and other equipment. From this place we made a brief visit to the Berry hill school where we found Mrs. C. F. Powell and Miss Mary Nel...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 January 1918

Albany vs. Lueders Last 1- ri<Ia\ afternoon the girls eper, Mary Docker}. Boosters, Kthel Kilmers. Margaret McCar- ty, H'lvth Lowerv, Nathan Shof- and boys nf Albany met the girls| nt' ' anil bo\ s of Lueders on the Lue-: ders court m g■■lines of basket Red Cross Raliy at Berrytiill kill. Th*' vrirls played first. After Next Sunday. Jan. LI. a' three a very ••lose and interesting game p. in., a Red ('n - rally will be victory was Lueders' l>\ one held at Berry hill school house. Judge Kin).r. Mis. Wade Mc- L leders' bv point only, the score btin.u -ix to five. Voii just wait until Lue- ders comes to Albany md see w lio w ins the victory. (iirls referee. Mi>s Beatrice Adar,.-jn; -corn keept •• Jeptha Whorton; time keeper. Mr L'> I<■ <. lim-sman. Virg nia Ma- Webb. The boys had a fine game, but the Lueders bo\ - ust couldn't Lemore. Mr. dray We! will be the t rincipal speakers. A company of Albany*- best singer- will attei I to I • ip in the -Ingitig. M ss May- e 1, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 18 January 1918

4* I Alb any iirtr s , XXXIV, No. 33 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JAN. 18, 1918 __ Whole Nimbcr 1« BILL McADOO, THE MAN OF THE HOUR BILL McADOO is the big man on the j b in the railroad affairs rftheNat on. He is eu ling the red tape .way and the freight |p begun to move. H.I, was born in Georgia, lived awhie in Ten- t, ar.d then drifted to New York, and the first big job that he [felled was the tunnel under East River, at a cost of one hundred | pllioD dollars. The world said it could not be done, but Bill went ion# better and shot the tunnel through. The next big job tat he got in behind wu/. S 'cretary of the Treasury of the wealth- jfctNation earth, and he has made good, notwithstanding it has ; the most trying times in the history of the world. Now he iclimbed up a little higher and sat down on the biggest jot> ■Bee the dawn of creation, dictator of the combined railroid s.- i of a Nation, •. itii an > stimated capital of twenty billion uoi- i Will he make good? Oh yes, out of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 18 January 1918

:$U BIG REDUCTION IN LACES AND EMBROIDERIES One lot embroidery edge and insertion, regular price 10, 12'- and 15c, special qc. One lot embroidery edge and insertion, regular price 6'\ T'2 and 8'\ special 5c. One lot lace insertion, regular price 6'4 to 12*, special price 2c. One lot lace edge and insertion, regular price 10 to 15c, special 5c. One ot lace edge and insertion, regular price 8^ to 12'c, special price 7 i-2c. 20 per cent Discount off all Laces and Embroideries. wick & CocLi ALBANY AND BRH-CKENRIDGE i'A. , l he albany nkw > 44" •",dvr •' Ilia" t xira session vou had bet- «SI ED EVERY F*UUY MOKMM. walfh UUt. |{| |. or you will ItclUfi H McCarty, EA and Pub i&lHl r ,r up a > ornets nest. I fcC*H inm Uitu. IMW4M ti< P«M UAn tl - « hcwdCtwIhi (Ittui if vou think that real estate is mm the drag in Shackelford coun- Sl'ittt'RilTiox $1.50 Per Yeak \ r wl the news item of that j.vj.tiU1 il>al Hill. *l V KJtTIOUNU hATU> , tMtll illWItW • ot u « HI rack. a&g...

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