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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 March 1918

■ JL ^NY NEWS rUDAT MORNING wr i at Albany. Tom. a* f 11.50- Peb Year ■ I HUOAT. MARCH 15. 1K18. Tki State *f Texas B the Sheriff or any Constable tiCSHaekelford County Greeting:: Y(W art* hereby commanded to tt&hmon Luke Waters by making rblication of this citation once each week for four successive i previous to the return day f. in some newspaper pub- in y«>ar county. if there be gtsawrspaper published therein. &•! if not. then in anv newspaper fplbtisheii in the 42nd Judicial pbtrict; but if there be no news- published in the said Ju- ki Di*tiicr, then in a news published in the nearest KHctriet to sai.i 42nd Judicial Dig- | «tt. to appear at th* next reg- (ri|r term of the District court of kelfor.1 cuntv, t > be holden Rt the Court House thereof, in Albany, Texas, on the third Mon- day in June, 1918, the same being the 17th day of June, 1918, then and there to answer a petition filed in said Court on the :)0th day of November. 1917. in a suit, numbered on the Doc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 March 1918

TOU DOING YOUR BIT BY PLANTING A WAR GARDEN? [youare you will want to protect it from the jckens. dogs and cats and you can do so best ysurrounding it with a RtD PICKET FENCE. Ve've got this Fencing and the Posts you will [need. PLANT YOU A WAR GARDEN. ROCKWELL BROS. & CO. irals # flrrsmtalB [ uluratdtri to mailnr phon« In th n.mn and place* of rwidmc* of m^rnrlt In *«*k a* poaalblo. If you know of other pergonals kindly *«nd ■ •MkUMOUMof tharoioraunU-ant. Thia will (Taatly aaala Th« Naara in kaap- \wKk local bappanlnsaand wlllba hirhlrappro*lat«d. - Etiixoa ] J Btels and globes at Hur- Arthur Handrick went to Fort (>cut(Mj Burt Brooks was up from the |ranch Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam English I were in the city Monday. The oil leasing in Shackelford county is a warm number. G. E. Morgan saw the sights I at the Panther City this week. Buster Cauble is seeing the sights at Fort Worth this week. Joe Mathews is spending the m week in Panther City taking in i the Fat Stock Show. M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 March 1918

I mp{; S. WEBB Attorney at Law. L. H. HII Notary Pul i 1 ' .. 3 \ i I : ! J • jk * . * WEBB & HILL ■a Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. ALBANY, (Shackelford County) TEXi •y r •.j I ,iP. 4 •* i 'Jfe n Successful Farming in Shackelford County (No. 8) (Continued from last week) A great mistake the farmers of this semi-arid district make, is they do not give their crop plants space enough. That i?, cut the crop plants out thin enough in the drill. A large number of them come to this county from a humid region, where they have been accustom- ed to an excessive rainfall and try to farm with the same meth- ods that they used in the country from whence they came, and of course it will take all the moist- ure that we have in our soil to feed the stalk or plant and there will not be sufficient moisture fall to cause the crop plant to put on fruit. I have seen farm- ers plant their cotton in rows three feet apart and leave the cotton in the drill one foot apart,...

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

XXXIV, No. 42 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1918 Whole IVumM17<« RICA'S WEALTH IN MAN POWER AND GOLD The Oil Situation In Shackelford Shatkleford County's Bloodhound Still Busy The oil leasing proposition in A couple more of Ford boot- Shackelford county is at fever lexers are in toil. They swiped TEXAS IS THE BIGGEST SPOT ON THE MAP OF CREATION _______ ! heat now, virtually all the land a couple of jitneys down in Am . . f. f , v . in the county is leased, and de-1 Coke county, and like doggone Yes. her boundaries from east to west is about eight hundwi In man p « . g . , erica is the strongest Nation on velopment will go forward just fools headed for Shackelford mi)e8 from north to south one thousand miles; h-r plains an fer- VVe hav.- apopu t iun ot over one hundred m.ll.on and on as soon as the water proposition county. Yes, they passed thru tile as the delta of the Nile, her men as brave and chivalrous m basis. hat we could martial an army of twenty js solved. The Sun Com...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 March 1918

HP s'ii :mi Our New Spring and Summer Goods Have Arrived. 1 > Come in and let us show you. No trouble to answer questions or show goods. Sedwick & Cook ALBANY AND BRECKENRIDGE tlkx-~^ JAa u THE ALBANY NEWS why we(i"ri,t M,evt' anv sut-,h — — — doggone stulF. Where on earth issued evfcr> friday morning would you lind a more noble race «chard H. McCarty. Ed. and Publisher of peo^ than live in West Tex- u Mttart*. MtcwT) 4u*uaiauitoi as? Not a gambling hell, a house I HeCwtr . . iwj.tj Ldltoi ot prostitution nor a race track. dat Uk« Pout Offlot at Albany, T«*vkh, m ^•conriciwm.mm!m«ii«r our jails are empty, and so to Subscription $1.50 Per Year 3peiik the bats build in our court advertising rates. houses, there's a church on every tMmplmr MlvwtlMnanu. tlmmh inMrtwna, II. hdlside and a School hoUSe in —frf p«r Inch; subsequent insertion*. 12 1-2 I «v«ry valley- widweare a God ISSTSiS*- fearing people, why send a curse ■miliar, t Inanrlioiia of locala and r«ad ra. f, | ,, .......

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 March 1918

« Si — v, wjuuw n.iivtiiicu i ^ v' •" On the Country Genlleman.) Mm Uncle flies'* UTI.INO th* farmer". stiuir uf the wheat dot- al i ,ne uf tlte war- time Job* f'ncle Sam ha. lune «tme food control ro.'< all." [nutlblt. After W 6i« month* of gra[e ai t'ttr. j with the problem, I iii lt nam is now trana- laiiug into the !«>■ hets of both produc- er* and raMKii ' net,. Si* derived j Ik* Niilkm II' l.as abut off ape. ula Ute. | r<..tm • ■ a free inrliH ami B0W9tit*'hf of ail grades of -itleal, cut , and Iii I . • .1 a normal [low of i in natural direction., ami ef- fort ed a Th* ► mm! \■ tinir. .1 ration liraln Cor tl >n whicu *upervtne* th* sale, or f r>U> fvrr) bushel of 'vtleal pro li In the Nnfwn In It* progrea* rountrj ele. 'or to foreign buy r .bintesri. r«.r.■dimtTs, marks a ttep toaard national «• tf. -i : 11- y B ' Bt* tn font short ni• • r,' 11•• It has been dM. I* lolil tn ''i - following episodes Wherein l*vo bust .-Is of «hrii traveled It mark*' One fine ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 March 1918

mm ■ iWiC f I frPii ■m Ipi ;-t % .,*«<< j" j ISttNCML STATEMENT OF CITY TREASURER | ^ For Editors OF ALBANY, TEXAS, MARCH 10, 1918 The State of Texas 1, 1917. 10.1918. SINKING FUND To bal. on hand $1.180 27 To receipt* to date 1,291.57 By disbursements to date By bal. on hand By Walter Williams t0 the Sheriff or any Constable The Bible is the best text-book 0f Shackelford County Greeting: on journalism. The whole Bible is a model for 87(1 65 1,5% 19 journalists. Moses was the first great ed- itor. 1, 1917. 10.1918. «ov. 1. 1917. [ r. 10.1918. Wov. 1, 1917. flich. 10, 1918. GENERAL FUND To bal. on hand To receipts to date By disbursements to date By bal. on hand STREET FUND To bal. on han<l To receipts to date By disbursement* to date By bal. on hand WATER FUND By bal. overdrawn To receipts to date By disbursements to date To bal. overdraw n 2,471 81 26 54 1,291.12 1. .*117 >; 586 68 S!W. 18 I, 1*1 *6 :wi :ii 1.071* 2* 1,411 It# Vou are hereby commanded to summon Luke Wat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 March 1918

> iten man should own his own home, be- it is the most valued earthly treasure [existence. Besides being a good invest- it, it is nature's obligation, a man's sol- i duty. Come and see us. BUILD \0U A HOME Mm. K. B. Vail of Ajo, Ari- zona, is visiting her parents for a few days. Judge and Mrs. A. A. Clarke, Miss Ollie and Joe Clarke motor- ed to Abilene Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. DeLafoase, > and little daughter, Lois Sue, awg vixi ted the Fat Stock Show last ! week. ROCKWELL BROS. & CO. mis sP Jbramtala Mrs. J. N. Davis and daugh- ter, Mrs. T. H. Crow, returned from Dallas Sunday, where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Karl H. Davis for a few days. w, I. V. Hammer and wite ot Sevmour, and Miss Iva Jinks of Stamford were down to tell their ,_jit.r««j.r.i.>m«ii..rphun.inth^n.m«i ..,.i piu« ot rMi<i.nc« of I brother and friend Laurel good- *«*rly in th* w*«k mm p<M ibl If you know of other r> raort*lii kindly •end l- * ihimo#ih#comrauniwMit. Thtowillutmi\y **••• th« n«w«...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 March 1918

i t I • * ill |I,W{ 22S •"11 S. WEBB Attorney at Law. L. h. HILL Notary Publi WEBB & HILL m j W Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. ALBANY, (Shackelford County) TEXi To The Red Cross An Appeal on Bthalf of The Commis- sion for Relief in Belgium While the Red Cross is caring for the helpless, and the destitute French and Belgians behind the allied armies, the Commission for Relief is caring for the help- less and the destitute French and Belgians "in there" behind the German lines. As the world is short of so many things it is short of cloth- ing. of raw materials. We can- not purchase what is needed; we must put our spare garments to the service of the world a measure of pure economies, con- servation. and patrioticm. One third of every shipment will goto the people of the North of France, down close behind the German lines: two-thirds will go to Belgium. As to beddii.g: in the North of France ,u-k .-tuffed with dry leaves served as mattresses, everywhe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 29 March 1918

She ^Oratm 9ms . No. 43 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1918 IT 5 IT COURT HOUSE PARK- OIL REIT ROAO ROOSTERS MEET GREATEST RATTLE M HISTORY AND AN EDITOR'S VISION IN CONCLAVE AT BRECKENRIU6E UF WORLD IS NOW RftGMC ;4W^have nu ri y on a newspaper man who never had a vision One of the livest road meetings in the history of West Texas In magnitude, it staggers the imagination of man. On a i a might >v\ town that nt vc r ha I a vision. Growth was staged at Breckenridge Thursdav, March 21st. The Oil Belt mile front, the Huns and Knglish are engaged in a death grappkt jp|l*nceni> i t nly t.i> outconu ot day iir«>ams and visions, highwav runs from Wichita Kails to Brown wood. and the boosters and the liberty of the human race id at stake. And while thfe tod into real ty with the sledge hammer ot' Do. N'>twith- from every town along the route vtere there in bunches-and the mighty struggle is raging, the civilized world is standing on tip the fa< i . !i> ph was a Ihm'I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 29 March 1918

I Our New Spring and Summer Goods Have Arrived. Come in and let us show you. No trouble to answer questions or show goods. Sedwick & Cook ALBANY AND BRECKENRIDGE f I THE ALBANY NEWS issued every friday morning Richard H. McCarty, Ed and Publisher l&thtntr kwMiMii l lkC«ii Stmtt imm The new woman has got the Hour hold your peace. Hud. The wash tub. sewing ma- chine. .skiilet ami cradle are i headed for the discard. Mtaftd>1 tlM i'aat llflca at Alfcanr. ItlM u S«con<j Claw Mall Matter SObscrhtion $1.50 Per Year ADVERTISING RATKS It looks to us like it was high time that the ladies of the town were getting together and or- ganizing a civic league. oitosrtt—■wiU. iinfW infttrtbnt. II fluu p r n<h. mSmmmd iB«Ti ns, is i-i «bta por inch (or M(b insert Ion Smm radur m*p will bo made on sdmllwsiiU that ore one l^iird of s MC« or Mors in oissl U ala and r«nd- feM n t'.osai 10 con is por lino lor stn«U insertion. ^Msriurnl ipoortlono of locals sn«i resdort. I «Mls i *r lino'f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 29 March 1918

LENT TO I DOLLARS INVESTED IN WAR IG8 STAMPS FAT- CO M K S BACK WITH GOOD IN- TEREST. This little hag of money represents the cost of a War Sav- ings Stamp. It ij the price of the interest-bearing bond tyy the United States nt. The money in thw lent to the Government, materially in winning Every time a War Stamp i# purchased the nt lent enough to buy one hundred rifle :hine gun cartridges, a soldierV shoes—hun- things American tight- it have if we win the for which they look 10 emment and the folks it Every Bank Should Sell Stamps; Every TexanShould Save" —Howell Smith. ri. mm pays h!s income •! By ROBERT McBLAIR Mr. Siiiipklns gu/.ed at (ho portrin oil tin* vval! till b.s eves filled wlili tear* It wa* a |><>nr:i11 of his father. Colonel Si in ] >k 11 ■ h. who hail fcur times hern primiiiti'il for valor 111 Infl I hi" Civil War ami hail tilt'tl bravely on the field of action. Mr Slin|ikins' throat ached now for two ri'ii'oi s: I'irst, hi" reverenced anil adored tin- mem...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 29 March 1918

1I f V I THE UNIVERSAL CAR Have you seen the Ford M<utei 1 One-I on Truck Chassis? It is, we believe, the greatest servant ever offered the American people. A strong Vanadium Steel frame with ihe regular Ford motor, and a direct wonn drive, this truck will be among motor trucks just what the Ford is among all motor cars: the supreme value from point of efficient service and low cost of opera- tion and maintenance. The Ford One-Ton Truck Chassis is $(100 f. o b. Detroit. We'll assist buyers on the body question. Come in and let's talk it over. W. J. Dodson, Agent, Albany, Texas. State of Texas State Highway Department Notice to Contractors for State Road and Bridge Construction Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals for the con- struction of highway improve- ment in Shackelford county, will The State of Texas To the Sheriff or any Constable of Shackelford County Greeting: You are hereby commanded to summon Luke Waters by making oublication of this citation once in each week ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 29 March 1918

' ten- f normal married man should have a where he and his family may re- i as worthy citizens of our govern- nt. In times of misfortune it is a ge and always a place of safety. BUILD YOU A HOME Will Powers did business in the city Saturday. George DeLafosse was in from the ranch Tuesday. ROCKWELL BROS. & CO. Georjje Conrad is home the plains country. W. H. Green was over Breckenridxe Saturday. from from ia $ IfrraimalH Copeland Hannaford called at the News office this week and paid his subscription away ahead. M. H. Ward was up from Moran Saturday. M. H. has '| withdrawn from the treasurer's | race, gave his reasons for same li; in last week's News. ■ IturMilara to m ll "r In th* numa *nil plscw of rcatdanc* of f In tl « w—k w powlbU. If *uu know of utbar p«raon*lii kindly wnd vHatoI th* communicant, Thia will craatljr uaiatTh* N*w« In H ®lh« p*nln«* n.l wllbahighlyappraeiated. Editob. 1 wnd k<«- Just received cur load of R"d Picket fence. Good for Garden, i Chicken and Yard...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 29 March 1918

';f | m% . •. pi « I •• 1 <• I S. WEBB Attorney at Law. fi L. H. HI! Notary Pul WEBB & HILL Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. ALBANY, (Shackelford County) te: rain fall. The Kruins of soil are pushed apart and there is more surface to hold t e water. In the post, man. have regard' ed the cultivation id a crop to keep the we«b down on them and that is why nature has so' Successful Farming in Shackelford County (No. 4JI ^Continued from last week) We need not expect to get a food yield from our land unless provided that if we do not culti- we give it proper cultivation. v te in some manner, after every The reason for cultivation is. it rain- the weeds will soon take our embraces the irritation of the rropL Or we will be put to a large soil and improves its condition, expense of getting the weeds leaving it more open and porous out later, or Ins- our crop. so it can absorb the rainfall more Where land is plowed in the Mnly. It permits the roots of fall...

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

■fM-0 0ht Iklhann Mats U No. 44 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1018 Wh*Ie Nraber 17«| Ford Will Invest Five idred Thousand Dollars In City Water System uford has amend ?d th«-ir charter an«l will have a commis- i of city gov. rnment. Mayor It. I,. Penick m the live ifet will guide the destiny of the hustling city of Stamford in D. F. Ware For Comniissionerl$2.00 Weekly Coming Sure Precinct No. 4 as Fate In the announcement column of the News you will find the name of D. F. Ware, candidate for commissioner of Precinct No. I. I>. F. is an old timer in Shackelford county, having lived h«*re for years, and has all the qualifications n.-ees-ary for th<* I-ay aside your stick right now, sharpen your pencil and do a little figuring and see whether the grocer, the butcher and the candle-stick maker arc gypping you or whether you are gypping yourself by not giving them a paper worth $2 and getting it. tilling of this ollice, !!>• hasj You might as well get that two- i for a great w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 5 April 1918

TT 1 ' '.I J !• r ♦ • I y ? I si < i I 1 try I t* i N Our New Spring and Summer Goods V Have Arrived. Come in and let us show you. No trouble to answer questions or show goods. t Sedwick & Cook ALBANY AND BRHCKENRIDGE THE ALBANY NEWS issued every friday morning Kichard H. McCarty, Ed. and Publisher ■k. IkM I. McCuti bwcuti Uttw *i Hxfaral kCjrty Saenti Mitci tk* Vo«t USe* at Albany l «m. u S*ccn J CUii Mall Matter Subscription $1.50 Per Year ADVERTISING KATIES Display single insertion*. lb J o^u |Mir inch; jb*«quent insertions. 121-2 «HU i>*r inck for *ecb insertion Some reduc- ' dap will be nu«l« « i wh«rtl«tiMnt< thst ir« one- , tiurd of a pwe or mure in slae. Locale end r«*d- 10 cenl. per line for tingle insertion, uent inter!mhi of locale end readers, S te per line for i«ch Say. Hindenburg, when you net to Paris, take one on us. Say. folks, cut out that Hour bread, and let our brave French soldiers have a full ration. That was sure a swell dinner that old man I lind...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 5 April 1918

XLFORD COUNTY SINGING CONVENTION i Shackelford County Sing- ivention met with the lb class Sunday, March k with Pres. H. F. Wyatt in An old timesong, the | cements a spiritual and storing people, was led by ient, the whole congre- i joining in the chorus. id by many that the I crowd that had ever as- at a singing convention l county was gathered at lb Sunday. It was evi- llDBK before the noon hour tte visitors could not be The house was packed to suffocation, while I stood on the outside. The ; conventions have become popular gatherings in ty, and to find a man twill not support them is to back number, and a man Ets to music- in church rise. Where do people emble. and under what ices, that are as free > political and religious prej- IIS are manifest in these ' A day when peo- it the cares of home, ^Illations with the business , the drouth, the war and It is getting to be i thing to hear some one at church services, but famens were heard at the which would lead lb believe that the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 5 April 1918

THE UNIVERSAL CAR It's no longer necessary to go into the details describing the practical merits of the Ford car -everybody knows all about "The Universal Car." How it goes and comes day after day and year after year at an operating expense so small that it's wonderful. This advertisement is to urge prospective buyers to place orders without delay as the war has produced condi- tions which may interfere with normal produc- tion. Buy a Ford car w hen you can get one. We'll take good care of your order-get your Ford to \ou as soon as possible and give you the best in "after-service" when required. W. J. Dodson, Agent. Albany, Texas. State of Texas State Highway Department Notice to Contractors for State Road and Bridge Construction The State of Texas I III! v'v..,. y .1* Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals for the con- struction of highway improve- ment in Shackelford county, will be received at the office of Coun- ty Judge, at Albany, Texas, until 10 o'clock a.m., April ;i(...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 5 April 1918

ten— Hotne is the very center of civilization, the pivot of constitutional government, the ark of safety, the haven of rest, where all that is good may be taught and absorbed for all time. BUILD YOU A HOME SB Rufus King is visiting in the city. T. F. Broyles was over Eolian this week. from ROCKWELL WIS. j> CO, J Miss Minnie Jaco of Cisco is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. B. Jenkins. You will find Dr. W. G. .Jarna- gin in his office ready to do your dental work. Mr. and Mrs. VV. J. Dodson and daughter. Miss Rae, are jtm • . aYiYI visiting in Dallas this week. irala & frraimals itaiUrmdcra to mail nr phonr in th« nunn and plarrn of raaidrncc of awaarlr in the w« k aa powlbla. If rou know of oth.r p«nenala kindly aand iwttk Ik* nam* of the communicant. Thia will crratlr aaaint T i* Nawa in kaafi- kvhk local happrninca and willb hichlyappraelatad. - Eihto*) Just received car load of Red Picket fence, Good for Garden, Chicken and Yard fences. a!2 Rockwell Bros. & Co. you plarted...

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