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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 3 May 1918

RED CROSS PARA! C f &«S m ALE ALBANY,. MAY 4th, 1918' Saturday, Hay fourth, the \lhany Red Cross Chapter will have a Patri- otic Parade, having fl > s representing all the different branches of the Red Cross war work. It will he worth th the parade, also pan merchandise, etc.. 'L \vh Hie of ""y one to visit Albany on this day and view i th miction sale of many valuable articles of • h/ive he .mi donated to the Red Cross Chapter. Asa special court.- u. Jross we will offer our large and com- plete stock of Spriii ; '>■•.: • .i this day at a cash discount of ten per .cent. This will inch) any iii-ticte in our large stock. Avail yourself of this opportunity and kc iur purchases from us on May fourth. Discount g! ■; 1 is Positively for Spot Cast m *■ ,. •< fir 'J idLVk. Cook ALBANY, TEXAS 1L& 1 tili ALUANN N'hWS ■SUED IA8BY I'RIDAY lioKNLNu ■chard H. McCarty, Ed. and Publisher iKtMd McCarty liwutt tutor I ■ Jacwt, Uttw a r. tk« i>Ae* at Kibmnt. T*au u Claw Mail HtlUr ...

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

/ • a wap )w )| City Garage J. R. Webb Owner and Manager (Successor to King Bros.) irrr AGENCY Ige Cars and Trucks. Hupmobile. >1//^/ ****** ****** ACCESSORIES For Dodge, Ford, and other Cars. Help our Town win4heri£ht to fiy this T% /fzxSSBudi99r; - ri >-r\ n'tvi! nrKW ier, H tst. • / W Casey, Miss Buna Mc(, "i K L McGough, J y, Vivian Mor-j r . I! K V, ilso Jesse L Eng- lish. Hi*r' i H «rt Nance, J D Week. .1 II Nail, A M George, Mis- M i_<wie Eaheart, Archie McPail, It II McCarty. E A .1 t r, S C Coffee, R S Ijtny i)' II (1 Murrie, G E Mor- gan. U .1 Duri nm, Miss Anna Diller, Fr,.nk Diller, Samuel Dil- ler. Mri M E Ledbetter, Mrs. ' Lug* i a Nance, J B George, Mrs. Auyui i Rh. nolds, H H liedbet- ter, Frank Johnson, Mrs. Hallie Easter, .1 M Wood, Mrs. M E Wooil, Mrs Matlie G Halbert, N R Price, G C Cooley, Francis Ta> or. I) G Humber, M J I^eech, Mrs. A J Center, J H Kinder. Auk H indrick, Mary Murrie. W T Powers, C A Wilson. Lora Williams, Mrs. E E Whitney, J H Reyn...

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

I,f t; • Sri | rK iti ' f N THE UNIVERSAL CAR While there's no telling what conditions may face the country before the war is over, one thing if certain and that is that Ford cars will grow more and more into being actual necessi- ties, both in city and country. Prospective buy- ers will do well to place orders NOW, when a reasonably quick delivery is possible. Don't put it off longer for the demand is continuous from all parts of the country ; Ford cars are wanted in the North, South, East and West, every day of the year. Let us have your order today and we'll hustle our best that you may not be kept waiting. W. J. Dodson, Agent. Albany. Texas. cm h- >y evt it o . ent, so to the the Bond* ai\ 8veia< tax free. Arn,nrrprv,pnts have been made to deliver Bonds at a few days, notice fs soon as they arc paid for in fuli. There are two kinds of B inds Co ; in and Registered Coupon Bmils l>ear Coupon which you tear off and ex- change for interest money at your bank or Post Office....

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

:ten own your own home puts you on a higher with your neighbors, gives you better credit lebank and elsewhere. Should misfortune take you, you have a place to lay your head. Ice our advice— BUILD YOU A HOME ROCKWELL BROS. & GO. TO ALL WHO EAT I —— • • SEVrN RECIPES FOR \ BR "A I) OK WHEAT ] SUBSTITUTES TO RE- ; I I- A C E "L U X II R Y • liiiJAD." By I sin" These Recipes Tc\:i;is Will Aid in Mak- ing WheaMe.rft Period of l.~> !);i\ s a Sueress. J In adopt 1 n>r wheatlcss pro gram for T« \ as from A pnl , J>' 15, I'JIH, to June 1, 11)18 and lovger there be a n<< >1 the Fetlei 1 Food Admin is- t rator sought out a pi rio>| <> t he year in which corn- meal and corn- Tom Crow was on our streets Hour is abundant; as well as nu- irala jP JbrBiittals' IMquMtuHiroadms to m llor phon In th« nam** and pluM of rml>nr> of ■ MMrlr In 0>« upnwibla. If you know of other poraonala kindly Hnd ■ •Ith tlw n m <>f thr rommunir nt Thm will umitly ualat Th« N...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 3 May 1918

WW * fW w -i ■i i i . '' I i ■ft I I WEBB & HILL S. WEBB Attorney at Law. ALBANY, L. H. HILL Notary Pul Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. (Shackelford County) TEXAS <]i Those Busy Red Cross Women Shipment for month of April from Albrny Red Cross Chapter: Hospital garments 1 U>. Hospital bandages 3-40. Knit garments 4t' . Commissioner R. M. Harris called at the News office this week and ordered us to send the News to his brother, I). M. Har- ris at Dunlap, Tenn. Well, the Albany News is a Missionary for its town and county, three hundred and sixty-five days in the year, and if all the world could read it, they would know that Shackelford county is on the map and a plum good one. Mrs. Le ster liregg came home Saturday from San A nee lo, where she has been for some time in quest of health. (ilen MeKflvy is now a mem- ber of the <'oast Artillery. i th Company. He is stationed at 1 San Diego, Cal. (ilen writes : home that notwithstanding theI fact...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 May 1918

ike idknm Bints XXXIV, No. 49 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAT 10, 1918 1778 IT FUG RAISING IN ALBANY SATURDAY E. H. Pistole of Seymour is Accidentally Killed The sad news was phoned to Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Deats Satur- day of the accidental killing of E. H. Pistole of Seymour. The deceased was a son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Deats, and a prominent merchant and cotton broker of th«* above named city. The sad accident happened about noon Saturday at his place of business. No one will ever know just how it happened. He was at his desk and there was only one clerk in the store at the time. There were two double near his view of the fact that Shackelford county went over the top in the Third Liberty Loan, the occasion was celebrated in grand style Saturday. Yes, Shackelford county won the f, and in the presence of a vast assembly the service flag was rendered. The Albany Band furnished the music |played the Star Spangled banner. Judge A. A. Clarke deliv- I the patriotic oration. Judge Clarke is an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 May 1918

I k Li * i'* H I • BIG RED CROSS PARADE AND AUCTION SALE SATURDAY, MAY 11 Don't fail to come to Albany Saturday, May nth, and view the RED CROSS PARADE, and also participate in the AUCTION SALE of many val- uable articles which will be sold by the RED CROSS CHAPTER of Albany, to the highest bidder, the proceeds of which go to the RED CROSS. Visit our store on this date and take advantage of the many low prices which we are making. You can save money on each and every article bought from us on this date. 24 pairs of men's shoes, in gun metal, tan and patent leather, worth $4.00 to $5.00, your choice for $3.00 a pair. 24 pairs of boys' low shoes, worth $3.50 and $4.00, your choice, $2.75. 36 pairs of ladies oxfords and pumps, in tan, gun metal and patent leather, worth $3.50 to $4.50, your choice $2.75 a pair. A special discount of ten per cent off any other article in the house, with the exception of Stetson Hats. % THE ABOVE DISCOUNTS ARE FOR SPOT CASH ONLY ••••• ••••• Sedwick &...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 May 1918

DECLARES ALL PROMISES OF FERGUSON ARE KEPT Jge, Tex., May 1, 1918. i the 8th day of July, 1916, W. P. Hobby, who was [ Lieutenatt Govenor, gave i press a statement which, I published, at the time set i>ve, was headed in BOX I letters, and is as follows; Declares All Promises Of Ferguson Kept" jt, Texas, July 8th.— iltenant Governor W. P. r today gave out the follow- I statement: nor Ferguson's adminis- i has been a fortunate one I Texas. The time has been stored in state bonded ware- houses. "There will be several import- ant public buildings and a gener- al policy of improvements to the credit of his administration in the upbuilding of the state in- stitutions. His administration has rescued the blind children of the state from a fire trap to house them in a fire-proof modern in- stitute. It has just been as considerate of the orphans at the Corsicana institution. It has provided a splendid hospital for the helpless old women at the confederate Women's Home. It has made land tit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 May 1918

J ft i 11 I 1 4 n m k # * THE UNIVERSAL CAR Have • ou seen the Ford Model T One- Ion Truck Chassis? It is, we believe, the greatest servant ever offered the American people. A strong Vanadium Steel frame with the regular Ford motor, and a direct worm drive, this truck will b ' 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 T uck Chassis is $600 f. o. b. Detroit. We'll a:-si: t buyeis on the body question. Come in sr.tl 'et's talk it over. W. J. Dodson, Agent. Albany, Texas. YOUR HUNDRED RRILLION DOLLARS WAR FUND COMMITTEE TELLS HOW IT WAS SPENT. Troop Calvary Capt. Jack Robert say9 that the tiroop calvary has about reached the maximum and that he has been notified that his company will he included in the tegular draft and that physical examination will go forward at once. Capt. lack says he will want a surplus over and above the required number so as to pro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 May 1918

ate & iPrannahTj ,^"Ur~a*r,to,MilorD',on#ln " « «.«• and pImm of rtj l eh. «Mk U poraibl*. If Ton know rf oth„ pmon„. k(nd °' ' (Vftk tw n.m. of th. cnmmnnleant. Th,. will Th. „ in I wHb local happ«nin*s.*nd will b« highly appreeiat«d. - EotToa 1 ; Smith was in town Sat- t Allen was on our streets , Snyder did business in F Monday. , Waters of Moran was in I Monday. I J. A. Matthews was in rear of Texas salt for Barrows Grocery Co. Tom Dunn was in town Satur- day. Arthur Hill was on our streets this week. F eanut oil in bulk at Burrows Grocery Co. Clint McCarty was down from Woodson this week. J. O. Gordon was up from Boogsburg Saturday. Jack Crabtree was making the rounds of the city Saturday. D. E. Rogers was in town Sat- urday. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Davis were here Saturday. Charley Jones did business in the city Saturday. j Robert Bradford did business in the city Monday. Mrs. K. B. Vail was from the ranch Saturday. Mathan Sherrard was business in the city Monday. Bargains in e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 May 1918

. *• , m 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 A Hint the Players Are Doing Fir Their Flag and Country Karle Metcalfe is now Lieuten- ant Metcalfe and. until recently, was stationed at Camp Upton, Yaphank, L. L, where he was one of the officers in charge of training the New National Army of wratched men. Jack Pickford has enlisted in the aviation Corps. Fannie Ward was persuaded to buy Liberty bonds from no less distinguished a bond salesman than President Wilson, who spoke so eloquently to her of Democracy's war that she parted with $50,000. Douglas Fairbanks chartered a special train, sped across conti- nent and completed his whirl- wind tour by gathering up the receipts of over $l,0(IO.i)OU worth of Liberty bonds anil turning them over to the Government officials in San Francisco, lie- sides this. Douglas gave a Red Cross Rodeo in l/>8 Angeles which net...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 May 1918

, XXXIV, No. 50 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1918' Whole Number 1774 CROSS PARADE A GREAT SUCCESS arday was Red Cross day in the city of Albany. Hundreds Candidate Speaking Methodist Church Has at Newcomb Liquidated all Indebtedness One of the warmest Rather- We have been informed that ings of the season was pulled off the Methodist church of Albany at Newcomb Thursday night. | has liquidated all indebtedness This was the occasion on which outstanding, and some time in pie were here from all over the county and adjoining coun- the candidatc'8 Presented their the near future same will beded- : claims to the dear people. Yes, icated. Rev. J no. E. THE OIL SITUATION IN ALBANY FIELD The Texas Cushing Oil Development Co. have located a well on Section 1K7, East Texas Ry. Co. The rig is now in transit, i witness the great Red Cross Conclave. It was inspiring lo t,Ui uear lJ00I>lt'- 1 es- leareei. ttev. Jno. r,. hhlridge, This well is about three miles north of Matthews Switch and on ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 May 1918

• r , * *! ■ ;! u- r Special Sale, Beginning May 18th and Continuing Through May 2 In this sale we include our entire stock of this season's printed lawns, voiles and organdies, just at a time when you are beginning to need this class of merchandise A special 10# reduction on all white goods and linens. 50c printed lawns, voiles, organdies, special price 40c yd. 40c " " " " " " 35c 35c 44 " " 4' 44 44 30c 44 25c 44 44 44 44 44 44 20c 44 20c 44 44 44 44 " 44 15c 44 16i and 15c 44 44 12* " 10 per cent discount off all mens, women and children's oxfords and shoes. Men's all wool blue serge suits, $25 values, special $22. Men's cool summer suits, worth $12.50, special price $10. Big bargain counter of remnants in lawns, ginghams, percales, etc. , j See our bargain counter of men's and women's shoes and oxfords. 10 per cent discount off men's dress and staple hats, [Stetson hats excepted.] Boys' palm beach suits, worth $5, special price $4. Girls' gingham dresses, regular price $1.50, sp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 May 1918

m m romen Out woman's Mrs, Wil~ Erenote, of Hazel Kjr. Read what i had a breaking-down | mj health. I was in | lor weeks, unable to : ap. I had such a and dizziness, ,, and the pains were severe. A friend [ite 1 had tried every- why not I?... 1 did, and i saw it was helping I... After 12 bottles, i strong and well." TAKE Woman's Tonic Do you feel weak, diz- [jf, worn-out? Is your ketfood health caused any of the com- 10 common to a? Then why not i Cirdui a trial? It l surely do for you : It has done for so r thousands of other who suffered—it help you back to A* some lady friend llM has taken Cardai. [ She will tell you how it I her. Try Cardai. a1 Druggists m At Matthews Memorial Gtwreli Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Classes for grown-ups as well as children. Next Sunday being Red Cross Sunday, preparatory to the sec- ond Hundred Million Dollar Drive, the subject of the morn- ing sermon will be. "The Blood Red Cross and its Victories." If we know what the Red Cross has already done, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 May 1918

BR Mi ' J i 4 I I J ^biecC 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 when you can get one. We'll take good care of your order—get your Ford to you as soon as possible—and give you the best in "after-service" when required. W. J. Dodson, Agent, Albany, Texas. The Spirit of 1148. (Chicago Tribune) The inspiring meeting of the Friends of German Democracy reminds us that the ideals and aspirations of the ill-fated peri- od of 1848 are not dead in the breasts of the American of Ger- man blood today. It reminds us of what the fall of the Ger- man republic gave to America in war and peace,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 May 1918

trala sP Praonala l «rtsltsre d«r«toin ilorphon.lnth*n«m«.« and places of ractdencc of ■ WMrlr In the week • poeelble. If jrou know of other peraonale kindly send I with the name of the communicant. Thin will Kr«: ly assist The New* in keep- iwlth local happsnincsind will be highly appreciated.Editor.] Huskey I this week. — t I to Mr. and , i baby girl. was on our Mrs. J. D. ,! Nelson Palm was in town Sat- urday. Walter Chism Moran Tuesday. was up from Ledbetter was down [fort Griffin Saturday. aiuioner N. M. Mims was (from Lueders Monday. and Mrs. It. S. Bradford i grand Parade Saturday. M. J. Brown of Fort iaa new subscriber to the form the last sad right at ve-putup the tombstone. Frank Wyatt. mes Herbert Barstow I Wade McLemore visited in teity of Moran Monday. I stork visited at the home tMr. and Mrs. Jim Reynolds I week—a bouncing baby girl. [There are lots of people trav- f to Fort Worth these days, n't see why pass th>_> Hobby r, please. I E. M. Conrad lias re- I from ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 May 1918

s s; 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 It Doesn't Pay to Tease Bill Hart question. No, Jane would cer-j tainly NOT be good. Bill Hart said: "well, then you will stay o there until you can promise to be Trying Time With Drouth Business Houses To Close The other day. says the June good that's all there is to it." Motion Picture Mugazine, Jane'He brought her a saucer of Novak playfully poured two!water and said: "Drink this handsful of sand and pebbles Kitty." Jane's little paw came M. Cauble Now Moving His Cattle For Third Time. received the guests instructing StfliCk Oil Qf1 PsSli &2fl them to call each other by first Article of agreement. name, or pay a forfeit. Quiet a At a depth of 164 feet We the under signed business number of handkerchiefs, hair- struck oil on Henry Palm's] No ranchman in Texas or any houses of Albany. Texas, agree P'ns« and ot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 24 May 1918

IJktttg D01 , XXXIV, No. 51 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1918 1T7I Dr. C. H. Crawford has re- Red Cross Knitting Bag • little boy said to his daddy: "What makes a horse get at an automobile. I don't see anything scarry about it'" f daddy says: "Well now, my son, suppose that you was walk- lloog down the road and saw a pair of pants coming and no ft them, wouldn't it look somewhat strange?" The little boy Well, I hadn't thought about that, I expect it would look a ghosty." Now that brings us to the subject proper: That Cross Knitting Bag. We were sitting on the sidewalk not ago, in front of the News office, enjoying our after supper It was a beautiful evening in the spring time. Old Sol had completed his daily task and had gone to bed beneath a bower es behind the undulating hills of the west, and was pulling him the sable robes of night. And sitting there in the midst this beauty, the first thing we knew we did not know any- sarthly. Yes. old Madge came along with his winged steed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 24 May 1918

t: ¥■■ > 1 m \ > I • t f: I >i (• £ j I i 1 F'i 1 I'i 1 j'l 1% j ' j It Li 1 i I l?|l • I" i ?i t . J '4 w I " „ May 18th and Continuing Through May sale we include our entire stock of this season's printed lawns, voiles and organdies, just at a time when you are beginning to need this class of merchandise m A special 10% reduction on all white goods and linens. 50c printed lawns, voiles, organdies, special price 40c yd. 40c it > tt It tt tt 35c " 4* tt tt tt tt 30c k* 20c " 15c " I2| " 35c 25c 20c 161 and 15c 10 per cent discount off all mens, women and children's oxfords and shoes. Men's all wool blue serge suits, $25 values, special $22. Men's cool summer suits, worth $12.50, special price $10. Big bargain counter of remnants in lawns, ginghams, percales, etc. See our bargain counter of men's and women's shoes and oxfords. 10 per cent discount off men's dress and staple hats, [Stetson hats excepted.] Boys' palm beach suits, worth $5, special price $4. Girls' gingham d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 24 May 1918

Kfe.-: previously charged are in line with cities of this size and larger over the state. We hope the users of water will use it freely so that the new rates fvill be sufficient to meet expenses and thas help win the i war with a war garden. City Council, City of Albany. TIRE REPAID [HAT PAY <% Texas Steam Vulcanizing Co. ALBANY, TEXAS In Connection With Tht Taxas Garage Haskell, Texas Rriiiwrs run in price from 12.65 to 1£86. according to size and material. Mark stab and ticket with price of relinent you want. il is CA~ f n it B r x3 12.60 Hi. 10 1-2 i. to r*.«0 32*3 38x4 34*4 y,%4 f,4x4 1-2 1-2 J6i4 1-2. 4.W) 37*4 1-2 I 37*r, r . io 4.10 4.10 I.V. 4. CO 4. it 15.10 TIM ** up $7.10 S .«6 5.10 7.65 W* up 8.60 10.66 3.60 6.10 M.J5 HUr up lO.lfi 12 1.0 4 10 6.10 8.1* HOp up 12.«0 15.15 4 10 C.r. <65 Mr up 1.1.60 15 65 4 10 7.10 . 15 M* up 16.10 18.6.0 4.60 «.15 H.65 «Oc up 15.10 16.65 4 «J «.«0 8.'JO 80c up 15.60 18.15 4 HO 6.W) IL1W HOc up 16.*0 19.15 4 60 6.M.-, 'U5 80c <Jp...

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