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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 24 May 1918

a r i FORD GARAGE The Most Complete Garage in the West Everything for the Ford car, and we supply the parts while you wait. Gas, Water Oil and Air. Expert mechanics and courteous treatment and worlds of storage room. In other words, a com- plete auto hospital. Drive in and make your wants known. n . W. J. DODSON, Prop. - Hid Cayuna Mining Company's Ajax Mine in Operation fee owners are looked after by Capt, James Hale, of Duluth. The Hill-Cuyuna Mining Co. 'also has fee interests on theCuy- The Hill-Cuyuna Minig Co. of una range, consisting; of three Duluth begins deriving royalties properties of a total .521 acres. ore' from the Ajax iron mine, on the These properties are described the Mesaba range, this year, as follows- S. W. 1-4 of N. VV. The company owns 7-12ths of 1-4 and N. VV. 1 I of S. V\ 1-4, the fee . The American Explor-, in :K 44-:'.2. On the South forty ation Co. owns 4-12lhs and the E. C. Gridley estate, all of Du- luth, owns l-12th of the fee. The property was leased...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 24 May 1918

lms- 1 " - —EL iiimii 0 J^rannala | iMiMWiOTStommllorphon.lnthenaine. and place, 0f r«id«nc. of f la th« w««k u powible. If yoo know of other pononala kindly und me of the communicant. This will craatly uilit Th« N,w, In kMp- 1 havpaniniii and will b« Kickljr appraciatad. - Edito«. ] the rain was | rye flour at Burrows . was up from Mo- Reynolds has return- SB extended visit to J Leon Sanches Saturday. was in town Stephens County Oil Dope Other than new locations there has been nothing of interest this week. The Company has an- nounced two locations, the L. B. Norvell No. 1. northwest corner of the east half Section 2, Block 7; and E. S. Curry No. 1, north- east corner of the middle 121 acres of Section 38, Block 8, The Mid-Continent Oil Com- American T. Martin was on our streets Saturday. Stock salt at Burrows Grocery Company. > announce8 the location of their Carey No. 1, in northeast corner of Section 53, Block 5, on leases taken over from the T .& Frank Martin was here sm...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 24 May 1918

' r • S. WEBB Attorney at Law. L. H. HI! Notary Pul WEBB & HILL 'I 1 V Jul >79 i Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. '"M ALBANY, (Shackelford County) TEXi Explosive Law To Be Enforced The fourth cnl1e<l session of the 35th Legislature enacted a law, which makes it incumlwnt upon every State, County and Municipal peace officer in Texas to co-operate with and report to Chas. B. Watters, United States Explosives Inspector, San An- tonio, Texas, on all explosions, and violations of any such officer to discharge and perform the duties imposed by this Act shall constitute a misdemeanor involv- ing official misconduct, and on conviction he shall be punished by a fine of not more than one thousand dollars and removal from office. This law was intro- duced and passed at the sugges- tion of Texas State Council of j Defense. The Federal Explosives Act prohibits the manufacture, salt*, purchase and possession of all explosives and tht ir ingredients, I # in t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 31 May 1918

1 Die IJkrag XXXIV, No. 52 A World Vision ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1918 One of the many blessings of this terrible war is: It has en- I the scope of our horizon. It has linked the Nations of the i into a closer bond of kinship. It has answered the query of ; bad boy, Cain, in the affirmative: "Am I by brother's keep- tf Human advancement and intellectual growth travels mighty r-a zigzag trail, and oh so bloody. Nations have rose up and shed for a season, and extended the boundaries of civilization [jut a little bit, then perished. In its path other Nations have [•prang up, picked up the cue, penetrated the mystic veil and drove ; the stob just a little further out on the frontier line, and the [fodlhave seemed to say: Thus far shalt thou go and no farther, l, with all of his wisdom, is still a parrot and a child of habit, I his mind travels in a groove. For thousands of years, maybe- aomillions, he lived in the tree tops and caves and got his daily ntions from the marrow in bo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 31 May 1918

f f I m : / f" • " "1 THE SPIRIT OF '76 FORD GARAGE I The Most Complete Garage in the West Everything for the Ford car, and we supply the parts while you wait. Gas, Water Oil and Air. Expert mechanics and courteous treatment and worlds of storage room. In other words, a com- plete auto hospital. Drive in and make your wants known. W.J. DODSON, Prop. - L -J Reynolds Orphanage Closing Exercises At the Public School Auditori- um on Thursday night, May 2.'{ril, the Reynolds Presbyterian or- phanage staged their closing ex-! ercises. They were greeted with a splendid audience, which manifested its approval by en- core after encore. The first number on the program was a Bible drill, conducted by I)r. C. H. Crawford. This was follow- • ed by a short talk by Dr. t«il- more Smith, Supt. of this institution. And the entire pro- gram consisted of recitations, music, instrumental and vocal. The Cantata, by ten boy scouts, was one of the high numbers on this splendid program, it was realistic an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 31 May 1918

& sP fferammfai ItarMdar* tonsil or phon. In th^nunM and plaeM of rwM.nct of In tho wook poMlbl.. If you know of otbor paraonali kindly xnd Dust of th. communicant. Thia will (raatly aaalat Th. Nawa In kaap- ileaal happ«nin(a and willba highlyapprsclatad.- Idito .] | at Burrows Grocery was down from j this week. (Gentry was down from i Wednesday. i Bertha Allen was shop- L the city Wednesday. i flour, rice flour and rye | Burrows Grocery Co. . and Mrs. John Fade were |fewn Breckenridge Monday. |r. and Mrs. Riney Simpson I ahoppinar in the city Mon- ipirform the last sad right at bgmve-putup the tombstone. Frank Wyatt. Montgomery was down Stamford two days this Stock salt at Barrows Grocery Co. ALLIES DEMAND MORECEREALS American Meat Restrictions Re- laxed to Effect Greater Wheat Savings. ARGENTINE ARRIVALS SHORT. - ~i - _ HELP WIN THE WAR. C. B. Snyder was in town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Russ were in the city Saturday. For tombstones or grave mon- uments see Frank Wyatt. Bob ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 31 May 1918

yWwW-';' ' M ' . / g1/ 11 —-— S. WEBB Attorney at Law, L. H. HILL Notary Public.! I WEBB & HILL .1 1 Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. ALBANY, (Sliackelford County) TEXAS j Stick Martet Optimism Chicago Daily News: Recent developements in the stock mar- ket have puzzled many persons. "Million share" days have re- turned. There has been, in short, what one banker calls "a tremendous buying movement." Apprehension lest the "pace is top swift" has been expressed in various ways, and there are de- mands upon strong financial in- terests to check the present trend in order that a serious reaction may be prevented. More than one explanation of this upward movement has been given. Some have said that "Wall Street is a keen military critic," and that it is announc- ing in its own way its confidence in German failure on the western front and in the ultimate victory of the allies. This theory has not wholly commended itself to experienced men of atFuirs. A I mo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 June 1918

She |Jknm Pens tm fM. V, No. 1 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1918 Some Economic Tomfoolery This awful war has brought home to the American people timely lessons in regard to economic entrenchment; it is also teaching us some valuable lessons along the line of investment and have it, and to meet that, we must conserve and substitute, but for God's sake, let's not go out of business and stop all the com- merce in the world. No, let's go ahead and buy sillc and satin, candy, cigars, and wax and automobiles. We do not mean foolish extravagance. It may be that leather will become so scarce that we will have to forego leather shoes, but substitute, wear velvet "And A Little Child SMI lead slippers or paper moccasins. We must carry on this commcrce, thrift w.r ha. created thewndition,. and we are fa.t |l' rt<!r an<1 change. It the commercial world goe. developing Into a Nation of bond holder.. Heretofore, only who', itoing to Imy bond., thrift .tamp, and pay j man than hi. daddy-plo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 June 1918

t ■ ' L. 'Ai- -,4<yrf l'i Tja^r. I *1 v ffl&R t I™ - LI r REDUCED PRICES ON DRY GOODS From Saturday, June 8th, Through Saturday, June 15th AT _a_ SEDW1CK & COOK'S ALBANY AND BRECKENRIDGB, TEXAS )1 A special discount of ten per cent off our entire stock of mens, womens and children's shoes and oxfords. A special discount of twenty per cent off our entire stock of pinted lawns, voiles and organdies. 10% discount off all wool dress goods and cotton suit- ings. 10% discount off all plain and fancy silks, (leorgetts and Crepe de Chenes. A big bargain in ladies' waists, worth $1.50, special price $1.20. Ladies'$5.00 Georgette waists, special price only $4.25. A special discount of 20 per cent off all ladies' muslin gowns, under skirts and combinations. 30c dress gingham reduced to 25c a yard. 25c dress gingham reduced to 20c a yard. $12.50 men's Palm Beach suits reduced to $9.50 each. 10 per cent discount off all men's and boys* wool suits. Men's $1.50 dress shirts reduced to $...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 June 1918

'■ 1 f1 ' M t 5*t*; '. V y' . /• . ■' „ V - ft •*fr ■ r>: -r FORD GARAGE TIm Ktost Complete 6angs in the West i Everything for the Ford car, and we supply the parts while you wait. Has, Water, Oil and Air. Expert mechanics and courteous treatment and worlds of storage room. In other words, a com- plete auto hospital. Drive in and make your wants known. _ W. J. DODSON, Prop. - LaMtMiiaHiai WHAT THE RED CROSS IS DOING AND WHAT YOU CAN DO I *****a**■ ■*** ■ • — *ij"g"u'u^njnj^u*uvxAAAj\njxruT. JUNIOR MEMBERSHIP. Stivage of *wi materia la which vt ill have a market vain* appeal* to joung and old alike Many Hed Cross chapters are making larfe sums of moiitty by collecting salvage aad disposing of it at the beat market price. This work is feeing done in the Southwi-nU-rn Division by the Junior Red Crosv Of the almost endless list of posxibl** salvage the Bureau trt Junior Mam- bernhlp has selected certain rlanses of waste material upon whleh It s«MU advisable to begin The selected list...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 June 1918

/I- V ifft ■lit' ♦ ' • ..fr V 9S For Sale! The Furniture and other house- hold goods that was used in the residence of W. M. Broyles, has been moved to the store of Mr. T. A. Deats, and will be there for sale on and after Monday, May 10th, 1918. Mr. T. A. Deats will show and price it to would be buyers. S. WEBB, T. F. BROYES, (Executors, Estate W. M. Broyles.) mcrcssm RUB suiaRg It will be recalled that this paper has been advising for sometime Hill county's selling its large namber of mules and buy- ing tractor engines. It has been and ia our opinion that the tract- or will grade roads cheaper. 9900 per month. The saving on the tractor per month would be at least half, for possibly a few mules would have been kept for slip work. The saving then would be $459 per month or $5,- 400 a year, more than enough to pay for the engine and grader, which is offered for $5,255. In the four precincts at least $20,000 per year would be saved, and the Lord knows it's needed ; on the roads. But be...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 June 1918

II t • Hrrannala I oi ihMmii of U ion know of otlMr pononato kUtar oond at Tkto wUl *r* tly aaaiat Tk« N.w* la kMp- I wiUbsklthly •wiacirtad. - EDiToa. 1 1 streets eft for caps tin from iturday. rHenry Long Saturday discount on all Eunice Hatcher. | Vail left Monday where she will I was in town | W. M. says that it Henry Balliew was in town Saturday. Lipton's and Tetley's Teas at Burrows Grocery Co. W. A. Crow was doing busi- ness in the city Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Leech were shopping in the city this week. Miss Virginia Mae Webb visit- ed at the Merrick Davis ranch last week. Mr. Bill Nail has returned from Dallas, where he has been attending school. Mr. and Mrs. H. Palm and daughter. Miss Corinne. were in the city Suturday. Judge J. A. King made a business trip out in the West plow out his way. i part of the county Tuesday. will be in Albany Special prices on all ladies and |Tuesday. If youI children's hats. work, call and Eunice Hatcher. it date. Mr. and Mrs. Whorton and •ill...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 June 1918

**4SK,t u !U .' - S. WEBB Attorney at Law. ALBANY, , L. H. Notary WEBB & HILL Law, Land, live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. (Shackelford County) te: New locations since last report are aa follows: C. & Ro^ser et al Russell farm st corner of nw 1-4 Sec. 47, Clock 5. T. & P. Oil Co. W. P. Yeale farm, WO feet west. 330 feet north southeast corner of se 1-4 Sec 74. Block ti. Prairie Oil & Gas Co., Cook. 1200 feet west 400 feet north of southeast come/Sec. 26, Block 6 Proctor, too feet north of old location on T, E. & L survey 131& Lsvy et al, Harrison, north- vast corner of sw 1-4 Sec. 79. Block 4. <JHarris et al. Massenburg. 3-4 of a mile north and 1-2 mile east of southwest corner of L C. Dennison survey. Mid Kansas Co. VYm. Yates, se 1-1 Section 42, Block 5. Texas Company, Joe Parks, southeast corner of sw 1-4 Sec. 42, Block 6. T & P. Ca. Harmon, south- west corner of sw 1-1 Sec. 51. Block 6. Parks Field District: E. S. Curry I. Sec. 38,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 June 1918

Die lAaag Sens V. Mo. 2 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1918 Human Toads The Reynolds Oil Wei The Reynolds oil well has now reached a depth of 3006 feet. Mr. Hammil finished his original contract, which was three thous- and feet Now he has contract- ed to go down another thousand The San Well Drilling ia going forward on thii well, it is now down 960 feet. They have struck consider- able gas, but it has been cased off. We understand that they have struck some small Beautiful Pictures Marshal General and it is the duty of the lx>cal Board on July Thia is the age of political toads. In the battle for political preferment, principles, great iaaues, and men with convictions don't count It's the man and the place, and who can get ihere- ends justify the methods. They dress up a devil in the livery a saint, and the toad hops from issue to issue and toadies to the feet. ffbims of the rabble—he has no mind of his own. Just like the ■re enough toad, he shuns the sunlight of day. and when ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 June 1918

h' ivffs •« Furniture For Sale! The Furniture and other house- hold goods that was used in the residence of W. M. Broyles, has been moved to the store of Mr. T. A. Deats, and will be there for sale on and after Monday, May 10th, 1918. Mr. T. A. Deats will show and price it to would be buyers. S. WEBB, T. F. BROYES, (Executors, Estate W. M. Broyles.) Making War On Newspapers (From the Omaha Bee) Secretary McAdoo has asked House Leaders Kitchin that he retract his unwarranted tirade against the press, brought out as a sequel to the president's appeal to congress to enact furthur revenue legislation. This is not a new practice with Mr. Kitchin, American newspapers are pub- li hed under conditions unneces- 1 irily onerous because of his .ttitude. and that of some of his associates, in congress and the cabinet. The point is. how far ! does he represent the administra- tion by his utterances and ac- tions'.' Because editors have analyzed and commented on backwoods statesmenship a great in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 June 1918

"<# L?7 Subscription ' •; . r. ; —i-JJBB " * M Contest We have decided to put^on a Subscription Contest for The Albany News We will give away a handsome Oik Hundred Dollar Grafonola Votes will be given on all new subscriptions and on all renew- als. The candidate securing the largest number of subscrip- tions, either new or old, will capture the prize. Richard H. McCarty Publisher V * i i

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 June 1918

c i '1 If I yVt l- f k ■ SPECIAL REDUCED PRICES ON DRY GOODS From Saturday, June 8th, Through Saturday, June 15th AT SEDWICK & COOK'S ALBANY AND BRECKENRIDGE, TEXAS I A special discount of ten per cent off our entire stock of mens, womens and children's shoes and oxfords. * A special discount of twenty per cent off our entire stock of pinted lawns, voiles and organdies. 10% discount off all wool dress goods and cotton suit3 tags. 10% discount off all plain and fancy silks, Georgetts and Crepe de Chenes. A big bargain in ladies' waists, worth $1.50, special price $1.20. Ladies' $5.00 Georgette waists, special price only $4.25. A special discount of 20 per cent off all ladies' muslin gowns, under skirts and combinations. 30c dress gingham reduced to 25c a yard. 25c dress gingham reduced to 20c a yard. $12.50 men's Palm Beach suits reduced to $9.50 each. 10 per cent discount off all men's and boys' wool suits. Men's $1.50 dress shirts reduced to $1.30 each. Men's $1.25 dress shirts...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 June 1918

ni r\ i H * * > IS a M I Corala ffrrmnutta | [twMwrimmiliIti HI< | to Bailor phene In the una and pIftCM of iseMsncs of Mr fWHn •• nrif in Um weak as poesible. If oo know of other parsonais kindly aand tfceai aieo with tba naaaof the communicant. ThU will great)? asetet Tha News In kaap- las la tone k with local Kap pan Ian and will bo hlchlr appreciated. -Earroa.) ■<f ' M E£9|| n A. M. Rasa was in town Thurs- day. ieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee A HOLY WAR HOW TO MEASURE MEAT RATION OF 2 POUNDS WEEKLY HELP WIN THE WAR. & BE f: W. R. Waller was in town this week. Henry Green was over from Stephens county Thursday. Chickens wanted, will pay the caah-Model Cafe. Place of good eats. Mrs. S. A. Newcomb of Cisco visited relatives in the city this week. Roy Matthews left for Austin Friday. Roy has joined the avi- ation corps. Mr. and Mrs. John Matthews of Eastland are visiting in the city for a few days. Look at those big fat ads in this issue of the News- But ain't th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 June 1918

r? • m a j r% * T vti-**- * ■ ■w;i' f :' \ j.* .*• -«*" K L ■V- • ' if, '/Sj4j8 msam War Proclamation ——————————— President of the United States Proclaims Friday, June 28th, 1918 AS National War Savings Day Governors and Mayors Make Similar Proclamation Meetings will be Held in Every Community to Secure Subscriptions for War Savings Stamps Pursuant to the proclamations of the President of the United States and the Governor of this State, I, Louis Lipsitz, War Savings Director for Texas, acting under the authority of the United States Treasury Department, have called on tax- payers and wage earners to meet on Friday, June 28th, to make their subscrip- tions for War Savings Stamps. In rural communities and the smaller towns and cities, meetings will be held in the school houses at 2 p. m. The school officers will conduct the meeting in each school house, keeping a record of the proceedings and reporting the names of all persons present and the amount of War Savings Stamps subscribed f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 June 1918

FORD GARAGE Tbt lost Complete Garage in the West Everything for the Ford car, and we supply the parts while you wait. Gas, Water, Oil and Air. Expert mechanics and courteous treatment and worlds of storage room. In other words, a com- plete auto hospital. Drive in and make your wants known. i (Philadelphia Record.) Be sure you are right and you can afford to arbitrate. It is never too late to mend, but it is sometimes too early to realize it. Conscience is the filter of the soul, but even a filter is apt to get clogged up. With wartime conservation, don't waste good rice by throw- ing at a bride. The people who make hay while the sun shines naturally look on the bright side of things. fcM Am Many of the farmers are un- decided as to whether to culti- vate their maize again after the rains of this week or leave it just as it is. I have always found it better to plow it often and late, but I would not plow it close to the plant, and not very deeply. The evaporation of your moisture fr...

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