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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 18 January 1918

Goods, Boots, is, Hats, Clothing, fact, everything to be found in a class dry goods store. Everyday in the year is bargain i it our store. Come in and let us you. J. T. Lowery. A Card of Thanks We take this means of extend- ing to the good people of Albany our deepest heartfelt thanks lor their untiring assistance given during the illness and deatli of our darling daughter and wile (Willie ) The sorrow was greatly light- ened by your sympathetic hand. There will always be a warm place in our hearts for the many kind words spoken. Words can not express how grateful we are to you, but will close with thi>: should you ever be called on to travel this same sorrowful road, we will ever be ready to extend this same sympathetic hand. Your friends, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Bray and Claude Davis. I Moran, Texas. MINDFUL of the anxiety and distress throughout, the world and conscious of the hardships caused by drouth in this section ot the state, we tender you The Season's Greetings and express ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 18 January 1918

Ill it • S. WEBB Attorney at. Law. L. H. HILL Notary Public. f i.; if\ '< it rt WEBB & BILL Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. ALBANY. (Shackelford County) TEXAS Aviation General Stippl\ Depot, Mie die town, Pa., Dec. 22, *17. Mr L II. Oldham an I family, Albany. Texas. My dear relatives: Likely you will be son t what surprised to gei this letter, howevt r 1 hope it will be a glad one. 1 thought for a long time 1 would net to stv all of you Xmas is the reason 1 haven't written before now, but I found out that they are not going to grant any passes to any of the boys in this Squadron during the holidays, so of course my hopes of going home are blasied. I am not much homesick, but would like very much to see all the home folks, for 1 think we will be over the briny deep before a not hi r chance presents itself. I am well pleased with my work and location here. This is an ideal place to soldier, every- thing in favor of the uniform. We have been having...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 18 January 1918

Contributed Mm an, Tex , Jan. ! , 'IN. On Sunday efternoon, .Ian. f>, at r :-to o'clock, Willi** Hray Davis answer*(I to tin- Roll ('all in! Heaven, where Iter name is writ- t* ii in tli<' I .nu ll's I>ot>k of Lite Willie's friends were U- gion. and the> will r i s her. hut no one more than I. At her best, she was not robust, hut seldom, it ever, have I seen her, equal in ! >rt it tide or endurance of pa.n or - at. rii.ir. During the enttr* two week-> of her illness, , not once d d sue nvirm ir > room* Health About Gone Many thousands ol women suffering Irom womanly trouble, have beei. benefited by the use of Cardui, the woman's topic, a*:ordi. ; to letters we recdvf,similar to tliii ev from Mrs. Z. V. Spell, of M.iync, N.C. "I could n t :>lat' J cn my feet, and ju>t suffered terribly," sht says. "As my suf- tciing was so ureal, and he h iJ fried other reme- dies, Dr. had us get Cardui. . . I began improving, and it cured me. I Know, and my doctor knows...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 18 January 1918

THK ALBANY NEWS I8SUKI) KVKRY FRIDAY MORNING Richard H McCarty, Ed. and Publisher Mrs Itchari M MeC rty Asttcutc MiUr Vim Margin! McC«Mf f ditor Kltfftd at th « i'ont Office* n( Alhnry. |V>hp. ••• Ht-ronil ('lam M * 11 Mutter Si'iiHcmriION $1.50 1'KR YI;AR FRIDAY. JAN. IX, l'Jls. <>n to Berlin is the motto of the* American Sammies watch out kaiser, we are coming. Kvery man in the ; United States is a soldier. I.ine up, forward, march! either to the trenches or to the fields. You had just as well shell down the corn and get busy. The United States has gone to lick the kaiser, and hy gosh we can do it if he will crawl out of his hole and meet the Sammies in the open. Mrs. J. A. Matthews and daughters, Misses Lucile and Sallie, are visiting in San An- tonio. From San Antonio Misses Lucile and Sallie will go to New York and from there to Wash- ington City, where they will visit their sister, Mrs. Thomas L Wanton. Tom Lowery was down from Spur this week. Tom came home with a cas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 25 January 1918

®be AIb<iitn XXXIV, No. 34 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JAN. 25, 1018 Whole Nwbrr 1781 SHALL WE PULL DOWN THIS POLITICAL STRUCTURE ? will of the majority to work on the job, and we are in favor of that manner of selective draft for this job —"In the voice of the multitude, there's wisdom." The demagogues have made of it a great grafting machine. Millions and multiplied millions have pilfered from the pockets of the masses. If all the rotten places in this political structure could be revealed and held up to the gaze J | of the American people, it would be a stench in the nostrils of civ- . ilization. It we had all the money that has been misapplied by V ALBANY IN LINE TO LAND I GOVERNMENT MILITARY HIGHWAY A COMPARISON: Down there on the track stands a steam! eXtraVaKance an«I th- ™*h thi.t this machine has j„e. The world calls it the Iron Monster-ami it's rj^htly ^ han,ied out t0 thp w°nld not need any bon.- It's a crude structure, it's imperfections are many. The niusof man for a cent...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 25 January 1918

l! Vtj .v. % h BIG REDUCTION IN LACES AND EMBROIDERIES One lot embroidery ed^e and insertion, regular price 10, i2I/j and 15c, special qc. One lot embroiderv edjje and insertion, regular price 6'4, ~]Vi and 8I/3, special 5c. One lot lace insertion, regular price 6'4 to i2l/j, special price 2c. One lot lace edge uid insertion, regular price 10 to 15c, special 5c. One lot lace edge and insertion, regular price 8'/j 10 12l/2c, special price 7 i-2c. 20 per cent Discount off all Laces and Embroideries. KiuiJ. warm oc'rsweM;-".:* -nVT-l ALBANY AND BRTHCKENRIDGE Cook I HE ALBANY NEWS issued every friday MORNING Richard H. McCarty, Ed. and Publisher Ml (Mart N. IkCMt) Atuculi Mitw Ml l«pnt IfcCwty S*tM) Ullw Mhtvtedat the l'u«t OCBr* it Albany. Tnu. u Svcond Clu> Mull Hatter. The recent snow will help some, hut we need more ami then a cully washer on top of that, but in the meantime break your land. _ _ What has become of Rill Bry- Subscription $1.50 Per Year an, have we lost him in the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 25 January 1918

Oiy Goods, Boots, nes, Hats, Clothing, Jn fact, everything to be found in a st class dry goods store. ..Everyday in the year is bargain iy at our store. Come in and let us >w you. ]. T. Lowery. Arm Broken Phil Kendrick had the misfor- tune Monday morning of getting his arm broken. Yes, Phil came down Monday morning feeling like a fighting cock on account of the big snow and the future outlook in grand old Shackelford county, and just at the front door of the bank, he met Mat- thew Williams, the accommodat- ing and polite porter of said bank, and a few words between the cashier of the bank and tho said porter, and all of a sudden the Jess Willard blood in Phil's veins warmed up, and he said: Look here, nigger, if you fool with me the least doggone bit, I'll wallop you in the snow. To which Matthew replied: Boss I shore am shy on dat snow busi- ness, but if you feels your oats, wade in. And Phil made a dive with a right hand swing and cinched a leg hold, arftJ around and around the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 25 January 1918

' 1' Wjl ; L. H. HILL Notary Public S. WEBB Attorney at Law WEBB & HILL Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. '= r 'i i ALBANY, (Shac, elford County) TEXAS Successful Fanning in Shackelford County Continued from first page able acre possible in feed: first, there is a great demand for food products at home; second, our Government needs the food sup- plies to feed the soldiers in the trenches; and third, we will need to raise enough to sell to replace what we have bought this year. If the Government will not per- mit food products to be shipped into this county next year, there will be a great demand for every available pound of food stuff that the farmers will have for sale. Right at this time, we are im- posing a great hardship on our Government, and our Allies of the world, by asking them to feed us. A large number of the people here in the West are so situated, that they do not real- ize we are at war, and we are working a great hardship on our Governm...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 25 January 1918

Lueders w. Albany in Basket Ball On last Friday afterr." n Al- bany High School defeated L;e- ders High School .n two parries of basket ha. The girls played first and the <ame wa« hot'y contested from start to finish. Star pla;. s were made on both s. ies. The greatest feature f this game for the local team \%as An- na Filler's goal t;.r- v.r.g. This was one* of the fastest games ever played on the local court. Line-up A H. S: Forwards-N >r > F. igeria Rog- ers. Arr;t Diller. Centers Mary D ckerv. K :- abeth C>. :Tve. Guards-Im_>gene Kiel. Kate Wood. * Line-up L H. S: Forward- LI >ra L< ck.in. Lin- nie Fitzgerald. Centers - Ellen Brock. Beat- rice So- '.t. Guard* Bessie Lee I.thit. Mildred \ i.hite. The t*« were evenly match- ed us shown by > \>re M tu 11 in favor ot A. H. S. After a si. rt ptu— the boy> were i'.i.ed up and the fun be- gan. I; .hed at as tne ,oca:s had struck tr.--.r match, a it after t e ti:«: ilf the Al- bany team sett.ed down to old ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 25 January 1918

THl£ ALBANY NEWS ISSUED EVERY KRIDAY MORNING Richard H McCarty, Ed and Publisher Mrs ■icfcard H McCarty Assocuti Editor Hits Margnet McCarty Society Editor Ku«red*t th * Poat -it Albany. T* *• , at > -r«md cl •' '>1p. i Mn't r Subscription $1.5o Per Year ADVKKTISINt. KATt.S U'-i-lav sidvertin* tn*-nL4, «inifl« i :wrtk>nn. l. •rfntM p#r irwh, MuLmpfjuffnt tnflvrtior *, 12 1-2 •••Ht* |n r inch for irmertton Soth reduc- tion will b«- made on ai!v<*rtMM*m**ntM ti .ii nr* on** third "f it pHir** or more in ilse (.ocalt* and ri-ml IniT notir<*s, I0e«-nt« per lir - fur s.ntfk* irir**-rt ^ubn'^jij^rit mnertionii of i«M*aia and reader*. > 4«tnta per line for each insertion. FRIDAY, JAN. 25, Wis. fro across this continent to places of mobilization. Yes, this is a military age. The third Liberty Bond is coming, the campaign will be- gin about March the first. Let's keep up the fight over here in Shackelford county for good mads. I'ush is the law that moves the great planetary...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 February 1918

mm ito Iblbang XXXIV, No. 35 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEB. 1, 1918 Whole Number 17W STAMFORD LEADER STILL' WEARING PETTICOATS I "1 Floyd Jones for Tax Assessor P.H.Williams for Tax Assessor In this issue of the News will be found the announcement of Floyd Jones of Moran for Tax Assessor of Shackelford county, subject to the action of the Dem- In this issue of the N *ws you will find the name of F. H. Wil- liams for Tax Assessor of Shack- elford county. It's not worth while for us to sp -ak of Hilton ocratic Primary. Floyd Jones ! Williams' qualifications for this needs no introduction as h * has office, as even m m, woman ai d i U. S. WAR PREPARATIONS MARVEL OF CIVILIZATION mmmm—mtm mmmmmmm mmmmmmm i . . inxu iiu Nmuuuuiu.. ... .— • Notwithstanding thf fact that Senator Chamberlain and Teddy *T W '" ilived rn the county for a number child in Shackelford count>. Who .. s vt,|t ,h,. instigators of ->trife and emisaries ot the bloody ffaread your article some two or three times, wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 February 1918

^7^ It 41J I < ; * ' ^SOSsteS^SigSSSSSSB^SSS^S^^S^^^^ BIG REDUCTION IN LACES AND EMBROIDERIES One lot embroider edge and Insertion, regular price 10, I2l/j and 15c, special qc. One lot embroidery edge and insertion, regular price 6'A, 7^ and 8^, special 5c. One lot lace insertion, regular price 6'-' to 12V\ special price 2c. One lot lace edge and insertion, regular price 10 to 15c, special 5c. One lot lace edge and insertion, regular price 814 to i2^Jc, special price 7 1-2C. 20 per cent Discount off all Laces and Embroideries. Cook ALBANY AND BRhXKENRIDGE hi: albany news Of all ^eAnK-rican freaks an.l ( (i fools, Teddy Roosevelt si tHHUKI) KVERY FRIDAY MORNING {^, Richard H. McCarty, Ed. and Publisher ■n Iklart I McCmH ■ • - SMclift ( «(•< ■n McCwtf .... s«nti imu ■ x-radal lb* H<mI OBm «i Albanr. tna. u S«coM ClaM Mall Mattrr bt'BSCHIPTION $1.60 PKR YEAK Plant worlds of everything that the world can eat, then i«lant some cotton. It's a long lane tliat has no ADVERTISING KA...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 February 1918

iry Goods, Boots, loes, Hats, Clothing, .in fact, everything to be found in a it class dry goods store. ...Every day in the year is bargain iy at our store. Come in and let us )W you. J. T. Lowery. R. S. Bradford was on our streets this week. Rtifus King came in Greenville this week. from Sam English was doing busi- ness in the city Saturday. P. C. Gilmore, boss on the < Poindexter ranch, was in the city Saturday buying ranch sup- plies. Eli Meyer was in from the ranch Saturday. Eli says that everything is all hunk-a-dora, wet or dry. A. M. Russ and family came in this week from San Antonio, and are now domiciled at their new ranch south of town. Cowboy Saddle for Sale A good second hand cowboy ^ saddle for sale at the Racket In good shape, call anil Sorala $ Jferaunala -i Iitai r**A«fc r« to mai - r fihntt* In the natnm and plat en «f residence of f rtwt f a aarly i' 1 wwk afl If you know of other pnmonslii kindly sand r> with fh - am# of the communicant Thip will irr«*atly a...

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

ifl I #>) V <"V r;;> F-1 fii (■ if_. - . ** , II ' T". - Vt ': |l. 4 jjgi ' <k ,■ I 'ijN S ®SjH * v1! I § in \'? %. -f9 # >''• f f vi ;ji] < V'. ' ' i Mi • 5 1 I 1'i.* i ■ 1W1 ■ ' '!J i r- I WEBB & HILL L. H. HILL Notary Public. r ' t| Wm m ?SL - 1 ' • m Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. (Shackelford County) TEXAS Successful Farming in Shackelford County Tlit' I/Ot'ul Board Shackel- soon as possible after each ami every rain, now do not harrow ford county has been examining; one time and when you have your! registrants physically for the Continued from first page land level and nearly all the clods broken, think that you are thru. should be broken immediately ! " JOU ,10^ own ;l 8ect'on alter each rain. harrow, then get one at once, be- All successful farmers in this cause il is the most useful im*>le- semi-arid district break those ment the West Texas farmer can capillary cells in some way, and P°8S0S3> ani' ' advise you, if y...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 February 1918

Registration of Alien Enemies Persons required to register should understand that in so do- ing they are Hiving proof of their peaceful disp -Itions and of their intention to conform to the laws of the I'nited States. Every registrant should read carefully the lorn of registra- tion atlidavit handed to him and ask the registration i Hirer for explanation on all points not clear to h:m Ufore attempting to til out the hluiiUs. l;( y stra- ticn < Hirers are instructed to give registrant •• nil pontile ai<l Helps Sick Women Cardui, the woman's to.'iic, helped Mrs. Wil- liam Eversoie, or Ha/el Patch, Ky. Read what she 1 had writes: general breaking-down of rny hulih. 1 was iti bed tor weeks, unable to get up. I had such a weakness anil i' //mess, .. . and the paiirs were very s \ A friend to 1 irt<-1 a d tried every- tli else, why not C'ardui V . . . I did, and soon saw it v. is helpmg me . . . Alter 12 bottles, I am strong and well." TAKE The Woman's Tonic Do you fed weak, diz-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 February 1918

rhl: ALBANY NEWS ISSl'KU EVKRY KKIDAV MOKNINli Richard H McCarty, Ed and Publisher Mr\ liclurrt N KtCarff kwo.il* id«t«r Hts« Wjrg«r«t kkCirtf Wt'fi (M* K itrrvdMl lh« I'imi O01r* <tt Albany l-aaa t* S M iudClMsM«i VlMitir St list ku'tion $l.f 0 I'l.lc VkaH AOVKKTIStNii KAILS Pi-l luv . .lv *rtiw. « •• <. imilr titiu rliuni, I ! * in li, -u !>*••. t t intrrtioni, U 1 I .•« i i> -1 melt for *- rh S .iih- rmlut: w<il S - rrottl*- toivvriiMt-rurrita thai *t> • thir l •>( h , r tivtr# ii «Uf I .•<<• if ■.• «! I «. i • •>t i **r lir fui * i kU ii wiluiri 4ub"*-«| i i ii .i-rii' 4 uf I' •.*!* it "! r.a W*r* . >« r line fi r h I ■ KKIDAV, FKB 1. l! ls \\atch i4i| Ru Kf\i !t strut ai mini, put tint; on a s low. \ 'thing in tin- win I !> it ,st a big bug of wind. Ilf was I'resi ilt ill it' this Nat. >n t a ' N rin-by accident, and what ill I hi' do pray ti'll lis'.' We dart' you to put your linger on just one single constructive Icni-luti.act. Due fello...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 February 1918

HK Idhmn |. XXXIV. No. 37 ALBANY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEB. 15, 1918 Whole Number 1761 IDE WORK OF THE BLOODY HUNS Funeral of Mrs. Fannie Letter From Lieut. Manning Del Buono riv«mI Sunday evening and the funeral services were held Mon- day morning at 1(1 a. m. from the family residence. A large gathering of relatives and friends were there to pay their last re- spects. Dr. C. II. Crawford John W. Eaheart THIS IS THE AGE OF EVOLUTION In the sinking of the transport Tuscania, another foul and' As announced in last week's irdly crime has been booked against the bloody Huns. On New8- the last remains of Mrs. nesday evening, February 6th, ofT the coast of Ireland, one of I Fann'e Manning Del Buono was lany's U-boats flipped by the convoy of guards and like a cow- shipped here from Tucson, Ariz., 1 midnight assassin, Bank the English transport, Tuscania, for >n,erment. The corpse ar- I with brave American soldiers enroute to France. Of all the irdice exhibited in warfare, Germany heads the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 February 1918

K7 V-; i.in # 0B' I If- * li I i BIG REDUCTION IN LACES AND EMBROIDERIES One lot embroidery edge and insertion, regular price 10, 12'2 and 15c, special qc. One lot embroidery edge and insertion, regular price 6'4, 7** and 8,/S, special 5c. One lot lace insertion, regular price 6'4 to i2l/j, special price 2c. One lot lace edge and insertion, regular price 10 to 15c, special 5c. One lot lace edge and insertion, regular price 8'3 to i2'/ac, special price 7 1-2C. 20 per cent Discount off all Laces and Embroideries. EVTasam KB* jSiiiat l Sedwick & Cook ALBANY AND BRECKENRIDQE the albany news Wh,'M it rai..rt ..MS!.u.-k- elford will blossom like the valley issued every friday morning 0f tj,e n,|t, Richard H. McCarty, Ed. and Publisher Mt. ikur<h. Hccafty • ■ • faMtuuuitn (>i| prospects in Shackelford ! county are looking up. Repre- i sentatives of several companies I Mirtaitt MCCVQ Swwty Editoi liurcti at .h«- Fo QAce at Albany. Tuxaa. aa Saoond Claaa Mall Matter. Subscription $...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 February 1918

MBE* -- Goods, Boots, i, Hats, Clothing, |pctf everything to be found in a 5 dry goods store. day in the year is bargain tour store. Come in and let us IB0 I. T. Lowery. First National Bank Albany, Texas rAL AND SURPLUS $100,000.00 Commissioner N. M. Mims was down from Lueders this week. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Baker were in the city Wednesday. Mrs. N. S. Holland, of Stam- ford, is spending the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. K. Price. W. R. Hammer was called to DurantOkla.Saturday on account of the serious illness of his son Laurel. Col. Sam Webb went to Marlin the past week to visit Mrs. Webb who is there for the benefit of her health. W. H. Cook of the firm of Sedwick and Cook was ov r from Breckenridge Sunday to see his folks. Miss Ollie Clarke camp in from Whitney ranch Sarurday tr> spend Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Clarke. UNO OLDEST ESTABLISHED BANK Attention to all Banking Matters . ENTRUSTED TO US mm granKBaBRi We are not too small for big business no...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 February 1918

XXXIV, No. 38 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEB. 22, 1918 DAVID THE SHEPHERD DOY STEPPED FROM «SHEEP'S COTE TO A THRONE III every great crisis in the world's history, I god haa olwa.. 9 put Mis hand down in the waste fort tnd fished up a jewel to perform the task at hand. For centuries the twelve of Israel hud been governed by the i and Prophet*, but like all the nations of tMTth, they began to clamor for the gold i and the tinsel of political power. It's i in man to worship a lord, the glamour of i and thrones slumbers in the breast of man—yes, he panteth to be the vasal of ISVOwn. So the children of Israel cried for a |, and God gave His consent against His 'judgment, and they chose Saul. It statue vat head and shoulders above any man the twelve tribes, and with his long i g locks and military dash, he soon h. came [ At Nation's idol and they rallied to his stand- [pj. In some respects he was a great man, in he was a failure. On the battlefield he 11dashing figure, and the heathens aroun...

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