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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 5 April 1918

m S. WEBB Attorney at Law. ALBANY, L. H. HILL Notary Publl WEBB & HILL Live Stock, Loan, Collecting I Insurance Agents. (Shackelford County) TEX, Successful Farming in Shackelford County (No. KM (Continued from last week) <It is wry necessary that every farmer 111 this country raise enough food anil feed to supply his needs and have some to sell this year. The Government will need all the food and feed that is raised in the other parts of the United States to feed our soldiers and the soldiers of our allies, and the civil population of the starving world. They will not have the transortation facilities to haul food and feed to us. President Wilson says "this world's war will be won l>y the American farmers and American housewives" and it is our patri- caution." Below, 1 will give you statis- tics. showing the amount of transportation facilities required to move and maintain an army of 1, >00,000 men Movement of troops. 12, .'100 Passenger cars. 7.700 Baggage cars. 21,10...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 April 1918

She pnum liens IV, No. 45 Womanless Wedding ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1918 Why Should I Be a Booster? I National Farm Loan Ass'n Whole Number 1769 Was a Swell Affair Be of the greatest society events in the history of Albany at the court house Thursday niirht, April 3rd. At least jr before the arrival of the bridal party the district court A knocker never accomplishes The National Farm Loan anything, for when a man knocks his home town, he knocks everything in it, even himself, no matter how small he may be. Albany is situated in one of Association have loaned to the farmers of Texas since it opened up for business $6,11)0.00; this is a good showing taking into con- sideration the short time that it has been in operation. Shackel- That Fishing Festival at McLemore Ranch the most picturesque parts in this great state of ours. Nature ford county farmers up to date, endowed her with have secured $2.'i,5(M) from this beautiful scenery —her hills are Notional institution. about; y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 April 1918

Bffti llt$ ur 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 BRECKENRIDQE , — I hi; ALBANY NEWS If you can't Liberty Bond. light, buy a ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY MOUNINU Richard H. McCarty, Ed. and Publisher [)j,| vou PVer travel a road just m*. iMtrt *. Kb* • • • temtrtiUtUi .. , Wu mu*ti Hctirt, .... s.ciitv [MiDr after it was well drained.' Its CnUttOnt th« I'uat OAca >1 Albany. Tuu. ua a joV forPVPT. Second CIim Mall MttUr. Subscription $1.50 Per Year It's a smooth a* glass, and 0 aovkhtisinu hates. Lordy it's such easy riding Outplay ad«ertla*m«nta, aln«l« inwrlienn. lb : U., r<viil is .Ir-itnriul •w.U par Inch; uubaaqaant l,ia rtlona. U1-X alter tne mail IS (II aggeU. ^"14 l>«*r Inch for MCh InMrtkin. 8oBM> rwiac U will b« tusdu on edvertbiunente that art' on^ IfcuriJ of a pv« or morv Id stse. Locals and raad ( notice Idc«nUp«rltn« for tlnicW ItiMrtion | hat S|)!lt lOVf &l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 April 1918

■-■I? r*m k I(M — P * n. •* S ——■ >ver the Top, Civilians! Over the Top with the Liberty Loan. Buy your Bond right now. City Garage | J. R. Webl> f Owner and Manager (Successor to Kin^r Bros.) AGENCY Ige Cars [Trucks. Hupmobile. ACCESSORIES For Dodge, Ford, and other Cars. u Imble CluD Eiitea-iiied Mrs. .1 B. Jen ■ - gav- a do li^hU'ti entertain i to th" Thimb • ( I ib at h • • ••♦•t* y nom« in S< ith Albany. Korty-tsvi wa> ii .'evening's dever.si • . am a number of interes'i ' ■ nie> were | l.t>«•«). Mrs. • msm-tv eti iit r quests w ib iou> peach tarts with wbi ■«. ream cake a'd ch < late The Bridge Club spent a pleas- ant afternoon last I hursdav in the heautibul hnnn « f Mrs. S Webb. A dainty hud vase was the favor of the afternoon; and Mrs. Ida Harp was the lucky recipient. The host, ss served delicious light refreshments TEXAS WHEAT NOW STORED COULD BE MADE TO OFFSET GRAIN GAINED OT GERMANY Germany has now access to Ukraine, the granary of Eu- rope. She ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 April 1918

I , f I ' i 9 , \ I E i '1 I ' r' fVii lin I i I* &b?*cC THE UNIVERSAL CAR The ever-popular P'«■;•) sun; Touring Car $450; Coup repents but one cha*fi Modt-IT- that wondi r ■ t , diun. steel. Then ther i< !>,<• •. the Mixicl T One-Ton I nn k ( o. b Detroit. This truck l. • : \ motor but has the vouo «Jr i v. thoroughly tested for ni"r< i i>..ri two vear . n< will surely meet vour v n m i .-xi•••«•! iims There's never a doubt . t< !•■ < < ears mi. i-vinii satisfactorily anil eeonomnii \ (i vi u .. i,: order witheut delay Coi.iiitii.n are unr< rtain W. J. Hod son, At i t, /ir.anv, Texa* Runabout ;4$>; Ian .m~>; rep- i-1 at, ii iiis i-'oriJ .<• 11> <ni<i V.tna- W Hilil It iifi of i ••; ■ for $H00 f, • v • 11 ir 1' i>r ! I' hi. • li eti Surprise Shower the dining table where the mat y wistful ami beautiful nifts wen displayed. Closing this pleasai ' s. oi.il afternoon the hostess serv ed ili'Iiciou- cream and cake. A delightful surp...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 April 1918

- - -- Isten— Home 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 ROCKWELL BROS. & CO. irala f IfetHflttalH lHlff rf4u**tilta rt dir« to mill or phpti* In lh« ninm and [> I a* r. of r#ald«nr# of "ilrf If ron know of other poraonaila kindly aanri PluMrll In tha w«wk • poaalbk ... ■Bi^fwlth Uw n«m«of th« communicant. Thla will (rca'l* aaalat Tha Nana In kop locul hap|i*nin«a and arlllhahichlrapprtclatad F.ditor I 1 J i Graham was in town J. D. English was up from iy, Sedwick Monday. I |. F. Tucker was on our! P. C. Gilmorp was in from I this week. 't^ie P°indexter ranch Monday. Cabin Maple Syrup at n Gro. Co. MMioner H. M. Harris I op from Moran Monday. j A tew shipment of Tetley's Upton's teas at Burrows rCo. (Vivian Weeks went to iford Friday, for a few days {with her parents. A new line of California can ! ned pickles at Burrows ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 April 1918

**v I* r r 4 * 1 f: I it I % S. WEBB Attorney at Law. ALBANY, L. H. HILL Notary Publl WEBB & HILL Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. (Shackelford County) TEXAS Successful Farming in Shackelford County (No. 11) (Continued from last week) Every farmer in this county should keep some live stock on his farm for the reason they can help in many ways. They can help build up the farm by put- ting all the waste back onto the land, and in the meantime be of a great money value to the farm- ers. And they can help supply the Government with the neces- sary meat supply. There is no way that a farmer can market the surplus of his farm products more easily than to feed it to good young growing live-stock. To have good young live stock on the farm helps to encourage the farm boys to re- main on the farm. Kvery farmer should secure the very best live-stock available to start into th • business with. A few days ago, one of our most successful stock rai.-ers of this cou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 19 April 1918

1 She item Urns \ No. 46 Good Rains in' Shackelford County I still the rain in Shackehord county continues to come. • and Sunday we had fair rains, and Hubbard Creek ac- r run tor the first time in three years. Yes, it poured over l , iu ~ , 7" i at the old waterworks. Uke Diller lacked about three ' ^ °Un'' 1 6 gg over the top, and Albany has got water and to spare. [til taken a bath. And while we had good rains in some the county, yet there are some spots in the county that I got relief yet. All south, the rains were light. M. J. i reports fair rains on part of his ranch. W. T. Powers and Rues did not Ret much rain. Southeast of town the rain Sedwiek not al>oiit half an ir.eh. Rain was light at pu. But northwest, north and northeast th^y all got fine I* tanks all full and creeks running. The Poindexter ranch Kef town got a good rain, but his ranch ten miles south of ||nd)d not get an} rain to speak of. Knox ranch west of town , rain. Joe Matthews and George Conrad got fair rain...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 19 April 1918

• 1 ' * 2 L !i« I s New Spring and Summer Goods Have Arrived. Come in and let us show you. No trouble to answer questions or show goods. 1 Sedwick & Cook ALBANY AND BRECKENRIDGE THE ALBANY NEWS ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING Mchard H. McCsrty, Ed. and Publisher •M. IkM IkCMtl • t—M Urtti mm Harpitt IfcCKfr - SmMt Hittr ■Mmdat Ik* Po t OWrt *t Albany. T.m ■ Swond CI*m Mall MatUr Subscription $1.50 Per Year ADVERTISING RATES Utopia? adTartlaa<B<nl<. aingl* inMrtlon*. 16 Mita par inch; aubawiumt Inaartlona. 12 1-2 MU par tn«h for aath inaartlon. Soma radur Mm will ba mada on ad.artlaamanta that ara una- H of a pa«a or mora in ataa Loeala and raad- I notkaa. 10 eanta par lina for alaal* inaarlfm. tsaMuaot Inaartlona of lorala and raadara. fc aanta par lina for atrh inaartlon. FRIDAY. APRIL 19. 191K. Pass the water, please. Doggone. we feel lots better since we washed our feet. Watch the mollie cottontails playing leap frog down in the grassy dells. But Oh listen to the murmur-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 19 April 1918

r (ifftff ft rrmi City Garage J. R Webb Owner and Manager (Successor to King Bros.) TIk Scolding Era By Walt Mason: afternoon from 3 until 6—except Saturday. For the present ow- ing to the demand made upon the I read the monthly magazines; ^ed Cross by our own Govern- they tell me I'm a traitor foul, nieiit, it has become difficult to if I don't cut out my pork know just what dressings are and beans, and live on slaw and being considered a complete AGENCY Dodge Cars and Trucks. Hupmobile. ACCESSORIES For Dodge, Ford, and other Cars. f /•/// / y/X/iW Y\\ ; WwV Vww \s\Wv • 77 ? roasted owl. Perhaps the mag- azines are right; the counsel is sublime; they have a noble goal in sight—but why abuse me all the time? The gifted speaker ; comes to speak, in our town hall, whose lights are dim; he says I am a knave and freak, if I don't fjuite agree with him. He says I am too base and mean to look my own self in the eyes, because I'm burning gasoline when countless folks are needing pies. He's...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 19 April 1918

I 1 i (j li vi •i V |« ,i THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Model T One-Ton Truck Chassis, $(500 f. o. b. Detroit, has heen thoroughly tested for more than two years. It is sold you now in the assured confidence 1 bat it will meet your re- quirements and expectations. The regular Ford frame. rily larger and heavier, the regular Ford motor with driven worm gear; wheel base 124 inches and will turn inside a 4(5-foot circle. It has till the simplicity of the Ford car, all the ecom my in operation and maintenance. Come in and we'll give you further details. W. J. Dodson, Agent, Albany, Texas. W. I. Cook oo An Alligator Hunt I think it possible that the readers of your valuable paper may be interested in a couple of experiences that I had while hunting alligators this winter. i After hunting many varieties of game, 1 am willing to admit that these animals furnished the best sport of any that I have yet en- countered. They have wonder- ful sight, scent and hearing, and a large 'gator (as they ar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 19 April 1918

ten— men promise their wives before _1age that they will buy them a ne, and this is one of the leading in- «ments for a woman to accept a man fcher life partner. BUILD YOU A HOME ROCKWELL BROS. & CO. J :al0 ,f POTflttais i s|Ur«wUri> to m*llor phonr In th« mm end plarea of rwkUnc* of f In ««k ■■ pouible. If you know of otbor paraontla kindly Mnd Kiniiuiiof th communicant Thli will (roatlr uslat Thr N.wi lr koap- k«HklM>ll>spr*nl' a*nd willbxhichlrapproctnUd. Editor ] I John Baker was in town Mon- day. J. M. Lawrence was in town Tuesday. A. M. Russ was on our streets this week. T. Martin did business in the city Tuesday. Burt Brooks and family were here Friday to attend the Lib- erty Bond Rally. W. M. Sanders was in town | Tuesday. W. M. says the rains out his way are fine. J. F. Taylor went down to | Fort Worth to the review last week and came back by Wichita I Falls, arriving home Sunday. nbert. editor of the Vanguard, was y. eh was in town Tues- fJtbn says that they g...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 19 April 1918

— F 11. 1 i 'tj i i i t WEBB & HILL S. WEBB Attorney at Law. ALBANY, L. H. HI1 Notary Pi Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. (Shackelford County) TEXi Successful Farming in Shackeltord County ho turned back into the soi whenever possible. If it is re- moved and nothing returned, in (jsj0 ]•>) its place, very little or nothing /Continued from last week) is gained for permanent soil im- A great mistake that a num- provements, and maintenance, ber of farmers of this semi-arid Every farmer should refrain district make is, they take every- from burning anything that thing from the land, and put grows on his farm; tyit he should nothing back into it. That is. plow all waste matter under and they harvest a crop and all that let it rot and decompose and this is left on the land they rake up : will build up the soil. The his- and burn. This method of farm- tory of the soil is where a farm ing will soon wear out your land and cause it to decrease in yield, was...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 26 April 1918

ite Sdhang Pens :XIV, No. 47 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1918 Whole Number 1771 tericans Crack Shots Of The World "1 Notice to Red Cross Workers Wake Up, Sequatchie County! i1 — There seems to have been some misunderstanding as to the afternoon at the work-rooms being turned over to different churches, and we wish to make w, I The Third Liberty Loan is now on all over the United States. The country is calling for volun- teers to subscribe. Our state wears the title today of I "The licently our sailor boys on the SuperDreadnaught Pennsyl- i in Chesapeake Bay in a target practice, shooting eleven land out of 21 shots they hit the bulls eye eight times. The jrlvania is the largest battleship afloat, she has twelve 14 it plain that every woman in town is welcome each and every day in the week. ; Volunteer" state, helping to retain ! Many counties in Are you this title? Tennessee Moran Oil Field in The Midst of Great Oil Boom oil field this week b , It was our pleasure to visit the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 26 April 1918

■ ! . : ■f ! 1 1 ■s li« 11 j t i j j 1, ' -f 3 .1 r \ " i t! ' ! 8 *< , ' fN I. fc, ' * ' I HI ' I 11 i V -S 18 I / mmp*- RED CROSS PARADE AND SALE ------ ALBANY, MAY 4th, 191 Saturday, Hay fourth, the Albany Red Cross Chapter will have a Patri- otic Parade, having floats representing all the different branches of the Red Cross war work. It will be worth the time of any one to visit Albany ort this day and view the parade, also participate in the auction sale of many valuable articles of merchandise, etc., which have been donated to the Red Cross Chapter. As a special courtesy to the Red Cross we will offer our large and com- plete stock 0? Spring Dry Goods on this day at a cash discount of ten pei cent. This wili include any article in our large stock. Avail yourself of this opportunity and make your purchases from us on May fourth. This Discount of Ten Psr Cent is Positively for Spot Cash BHiZJSB Cook ALBANY, TEXAS THE ALBANY' NEWS ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING Vtrdun utui furnis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 26 April 1918

City Garage J# R. Webb Owner and Manager <Successor to King Bros.) A6ENGY Dodge Cars and Trucks. Hup mo bile. <• WVlVVv VSVW>v * ACCESSORIES For Dodge, Ford, and other Cars. State of Texas Kghway Department 11| Contractors for State Road ■4 Bridge Construction any and all proposals and to waive all technicalities. Proposals shall be submitted in sealed envelopes and marked "Bids for the Construction of' the Project No. 1, Highway Road DeSfhtful Party at Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Huskey's Tuesday night a number of pleasure loving folks went out to Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Huskey's beautiful ranch home and spent the evening tipping the light fantastic toe. Through courtesy of P. W. Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Boyett, Miss Mary Jentho, A. W. Reynolds, the editor and daughter, Margaret, climbed in- to the big Hudson six and in just a little while we were at our place of destination. Without any preliminaries, the program of the evening was put into ex- ecution-balance all, swing your partner...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 26 April 1918

* f THE UNIVERSAL CAR When you compare the low prices of Ford cars with the prices of farm produce, farm stock and everything else on the market, the great value of the Ford car can be fairly estimated. The price for the Ford Touring Car is only $450 f. o. b. Detroit. It is the greatest value, not only among motor cars, but in the whole run of ar- ticles grown and manufactured. Think of a five passenger motor car with a reputation for ser- vice. durability and economy that's behind the Ford car. selling for 1450 ! We urge prospect- dela that my employment alone was of a fellow-man who has never mentioned, although other law- done them an injury are more yers were employed, asainst whose employment a criticism ire purchasers to give their orders without < W J. Dodson, Agent, Albany, Texas. ay would be very much more perti- nent to present-day politics. I had been out of public life for more than two years when I was employed in that case; and I not only held no otlice, at that tim...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 26 April 1918

:ten-- r# your own home puts you on a higher with your neighbors, gives you better credit >bank and elsewhere. Should misfortune ike you. you have a place to lay your head. I our advice— BUILD YOU A HOME ROCKWELL BROS, & GO. Lee Oldham was on our.streets this week. Brooksey King did business in the city Saturday. G. E. Waters was up from Moran this week. w Herman Moberley was here | this week from Waxahachie. als # IJrraottalB •• I Harrison Wilson was in from ^ , the Matthews ranch this week. 1 'SflsS ^ ■ Sedwick & Cook,ten per cent off, May 4th. Save money by trading with _ i" "> o, phonr In th« namM >nd clar« „f r«kl,nc. of •Mrif In th« <- k « PO <ibl . If you know at other p.rt nal. klndlj ,,nd _*«*• nw " <-'.mmunK- nl Thi. mil ,rnn, ,MM, Th„ k(H>p |wMk local ha[.|^nin« and willbt hichlrappraciatad. - Kmto*. 1 Jim Overton dropped $1.541 in the till this week for Shackel- ford county's greatest country weekly. J reent off Kabocorsets, tSedwick & Co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 26 April 1918

■ r jit ™: WEBB & HILL S. WEBB Attorney at Law ALBANY, L. H. HILL Notary Publi Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. (Shackelford County) TEXi Successful Farming in much harder t<> let them "go ru i u J n -a. over there" an<l not be well fed Shackelford County ani| weu Cioth«i. and have it (*sj0 j said of us that we failed to do (Continued from last week) our part at home. We must do We are being told over and ""r bit, or those boys will go un- over again of the great struggle 'e(I on the battle field. Our our country is making to restore I Government is trying to makei peace and good will to the na- j arrangements with you to help tions on earth. The bright and ! furnish the t(H>d necessary. ( an intelligent farmer who perhaps you be depended on to do your, has a brother, cousin or friend Part in the ranks. fighting for this We have had Rood rains in cause is wondering whether he parts of the country and now is may be called on later to take ...

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

«' Hf pelt's .IXXIV, No. 48 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1918 WlMic Nutor 1771 ikelford County Went Over The Top [on can always count on grand old Shackelford when it comes down. The Third Liberty Bond Ft illy was led bv Rieh- yess, backed up by a good strong committep, Messrs. ,lno. F. 01 RunNings in Shackelford Count) Speaking at Court House Saturday Night Eaheart i-m ————— March 25, I am writing this while out on the job, and that accounts fat the stationery. The men seem to have the spring fever from th* way they work. I don't have it except when I am studying andl ' consequently I am exempt now. I am right close to those friendl vou were asking about but haven't come in contact with 1 ry Palms ranch about eight era handled the subject of war f>n account 0f my changing positions I haven't received any t ' wwk- wllhout Kloves on- The crowd >f any kind for over two weeks. I am expecting a check far - Both of there wells are going gave evidence of their approval mileaKe whlc...

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