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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 June 1918

e* -Mi- TO" •' "• ■ 5 ' 7 * • „--Fr-ff ■i'!™ 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 Albany Girt Honored Biytor Annual Rtcuved. The Round-Up, Baylor's an- nual, was received from the pub- lishers yesterday, and is now be- ing distribute by the editor. Miss Sammie Toffee, of Albany, and the business manager, Rich- ard Spencer, of Waco. As a whole, the book is most creditable. Its tone is thorough- ly dignified. its pictures, of which there are an unusual num- ber, are first class. MissClydine Pool of Victoria was the art ed- itor, and all through the book are evidences of her artistic pen and brush. Naturally the military idea is stressed in the book, one section being devoted to the boys who have left Baylor to go to the war. This section is introduced by a magnificent photograph, in colors, of Baylor's huge service flag, the picture covering an en- tire page...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 June 1918

y ita Iflnm Seas ALBANT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 31, 1918 177 4 ' lis Experiences of a Shacfcetfenl County Soldier Boy at the Front Camp Humphrey, Va., June 5th, 191H. Dear Mama:—Since coming here I find this will probably be destination. I was in hopes I would be able to come home on bat the seven days leave would have all been consumed en- to and from home. However, there is still a probability, < a rifan one) that I will be sent to Texas. This is an engineer- camp, and this is the reason I may be kept here. I two days in New York reviewing my acquaintance with I saw oo my way over. I then went to Washington and there the rest of the time. I went through the Capitol bonding, went up in the top of Washington's monument, which is 800 feet high, and took in everything of interest. I saw President Wilson at a theatre one night. He is getting gray and has a bald spot like me, so he most be smart. It's marvelous the way 1 escape danger, isn't it ' Just a few Stl Gettag k Del* District Ce...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 June 1918

MR V ICE AT HOUSTON ■UONttU UTS FOOO i'i Method of Arriving at > tamued t out* Establishes a Precedent for Sumner Ice Over Texas. Under date of April 26, Her- bert Hoover, U. S. Food Admin- istrator, wired Administrator jPeden for Texas that the Food iAdministration was concerned that there should be no profi- teering in ice, and especially that coat of ice to those elements of ,the community who are least «ble to protect themselves should not be increased over last Kar unless absolute pr<x>f could fiven by ice companies for its necessity. Promptly upon receipt of thin telegram Administrator Peden started an investigation to as- certain the cast of manufactur- ing and distributing ice in Hous- ton this season compared with the cost of last season in order that he might determine from this comparative cost whether the higher prices charged by the manufacturers and distributors this season are justified. The Invi'iHgallun mad)' under R V Crow. of ihe k'* division for th« Texa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 June 1918

. ■■■*: * ' . . ..r '*\ivW(&; v- ... , J v ■ jm -—- J— jrfiwfc ^'h^s /W'h* % i3R "t ^ ,* > , ascription Contest We have decided to put on a Subscription Contest for The Albany News We will give away a handsome One 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 If Va' i* y w vs*. ^ A V*V '. wVWfiE- P - -*9m v- i ■yp' V '■Mt ' r^t' - 1 < 'I 1 ' <5 *- % i i 't , i *i

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 June 1918

[-■ i Practice Thrift -Save When You Can - Buy Thrift Stamps With Your Savings. We offer you a great opportunity to save on your shoe wants, by buying your shoes from us at the following greatly reduced prices: Men's heavy work shoe*, worth $5.00, reduced to $4.50 a pair Men's heavy work shoes, worth $4.50, reduced to $3.*) a pair. Men's heavy work shoes, worth $4.0 >, reduced to $3.50 a pair. Men's heavy work shoes, worth $:J.75, reduced to $3.25 a pair Men's heavy work shoes. worth $3.50. reduced to $:{.<)0 a pair. Men's heavy work shoes, worth $3.00, reduced to $2.50 a pair Men's boots, worth $10.00, reduced to $9.00 a pair. Men's tan bootee, worth $7.50 a pair, reduced to $«..r>0 a pair. Men's tan bootee, worth $8.00, reduced to $5.00 a pair Men's and women's shoes and oxfords, worth $10.00, reduced to $'J.OO a pair Men's and women's shoes and oxfords, worth $9.00, reduced to $8.00 a pair. Men's :«n«l women's shoes and oxfords, worth 8.50, reduced to 7.50 a pair. Men's ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 June 1918

W * rTP m&k : j,* irab sP Jferajmala | j^MnSl n t Tlk TMe UI oreotlj MMI Tbe News in HM'iin Reynolds was in town King was in the city ! our big bargain add in S«dwick & Cook. Chickens wanted, will pay the Mh—Mode) Cafe. Place of good The Albany News wants to •hlae in every home in Shackel- ford county. Mrs. E. H. Pistole of Seymour k Tinting at the home of her Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Bob Craighead was over from j Stephens county Monday. Bob says that crop prospects are good over his way. Mrs. W. M. Scarborough and son, Kdmond. of Abilene, are visiting at the home of Mrs. J. E. Hodges for a few days. We met Dan Tucker on the streets this week and he says: Now look here. Mc. it won't take much of that bell-buzzard racket to do me. IOI AM UP-TO-DATE •NAVE, HAIRCUT, Shampoo or Massage Go to th« Tunaurtal Parlor —mi- WILSON & BI66S Hot and Cold Bath. ACSNTS roft Waco Steam Laundry Jim Bradley was on our streets Saturday. W. A. Carter was up from Sedwick Saturday. Judge Poindexter ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 June 1918

s |*y SB J: I r TTTv— •; War President of the United :l ! I States Proclaims Friday, June 28th, 191 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 i 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 for by them. The names of absent persons, and of those who refuse or neglect t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 June 1918

Wm Hp i % FORD GARAGE The Most Complete Garage in the West Everything for the Ford car, and we supply the parts while you wait. 6as, 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 W. J. DODSON, Prop. - ■Vftfi SJMM3 Prej. Wilson, Basis Of Governments War-Dme Financial Program— THE War Savings Campaign i the foundation on which the Gov- L ,, eminent has based its entire war- time financial program. In the inea Appeal For Red Cross Workers If Shackelford county men in the trenches and training camps are to be saved unnecessary suf- fering from wounds received in defending democracy's cause and preserving the safty of American homes, then Albany and Shackelford county women must turn out in geater numbers', in the future for making surgical dressings, hospital garments and knitted goods. We organized for the work just one year ago and for the most part the Albany w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 June 1918

* ^ if'; 't£'iU J :&2la . ' . 7 %kS ™ 4 V;i'v* K- BkV % 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 But Aside From That Hi Is Ml Right (KiK-fived l y mi Exemption Hoard. > When a boy 11 years old he got badly hurt and had a bad defect with his back. He has trouble to stoop to pick up anything, and one leg is shorter than the other, and he hurt his hand and had one stiff finger and a defect on the hand, and he hurt his head and stayed hard of hearing. Can't walk for he suffers of a sore side and the same when driving. Back and side gets awful sore when he lifts anything heavy. Eyes gets bloodshot and trouble to see any excitements, gets frighten- ed. He could never go to school and was always sick. He can't read or write and is cross-eyed. He froze his heels and his feet nine years ago and every winter is laid up with sore heels and his feet get bad. He cut...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 28 June 1918

.., Ihe llbaim ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 38, 1918 That Twentieth Century Mandate Wyoming State Journal Tim Dollars a Year This increase has become nec- essary because of the increased cost of production due to the higher cost of labor and paper, inks and other materials that go to make up the paper. These costs have been constantly going up since Germany invaded Bel- gium and the end is not in sight. Only last week print paper was abvanced 25 cents a hundred and the paper houses say that paper m ago here in Texas the two owners of a certain were in political disagreement, and so one of them took to proclaim the beauties of centralization, and the other two pages to denounce his partner's views. The paper was livinted and mailed after that style, one-half Whig or Republican and the other half Conservative or Democratic. There was no chance for a repetition of "The Comedy of Errors" no two dro- mMff to be mistaken for each other. The esteemed Houston Chron- icle might almost duplica...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 28 June 1918

w k i T I J J f 1 1 ' M i EVERYBODY COME! and help celebrate the big ball given by the Albany Fire Dept 4th July At Opera House Best of Music Everybody come. Tell everybody you see WKMIESS PERHO Will END IME IS MERCHANTS.MAY THEN SELL SIX POUNDS PER PERSON PER MONTH. Newspaper hi Pofitics "The newspaper that undertake# to stem the tide of a movement like this is bound to feel the re- sult of its opposition in the loss of patronage. Under certain con- ditions subscribers will be lost; under others it is the advertising patronage that dwindles. Houston, Tex.—On account of In every class-conscious move- u,e Texas wheat crop becoming rnent you will find that it is not available within the next week the leadership of reason that is or so. Administrator Peden for sought, but rather that of pre- the Federal Food Administration judice. When a proposition re- ceives the calm consideration of fear with the The First National Albany, Texas CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $100, \ WAR SAVIN6S AND THIIFT STM...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 28 June 1918

' J Subscription Contest We have decided to put on a Subscription Contest for Albany News We will give away a handsome 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 ' 'm 4 J • ,|y >\Q m j a y '•••in~v .AvTr<ck.v\T*x,^\\l//-wV\l/y.^\\l//-wV\l//^vv\l//-^v\l//.vWl//- wWl//^ w\\ 1//^I//-.wIl//-^w 1 //^wv*f /-w\*fyx,r- >

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 28 June 1918

WW mr • f r — Practice Thrift-Save When You Can- Buy Thrift Stamps With Your Saviigs. , ! We offer you a great opportunity to save on your shoe wants, by buying your shoes from us at the following greatly reduced prices: « s A V IM' . I t * £ . Men's heavy work shoes, worth $5.00, reduced to $4.50 a pair. Men's heavy • >rk shoes, worth $4 50, reduced to $.'5.IX) a pair. Men'f heavy work shoes, worth $4.00, reduced to £{.50 a pair. Men'l heavy work shoes, worth $;{.75, reduced to $3.25 a pair. Men'# heavy work shoes, worth $:{.5<t. reduced to $.'..00 a pair. Men'fi heavy work shoes, worth $3.00, reduced to $2.50 a pair. Men'^ boots, worth $10.00, reduced to $!M)0 a pair. Men'ltan bootee, worth $7,50 a pair, reduced to $0.50 a pair. Men'f tan bootee, worth $6.00, reduced to $5.00 a pair. Mer/$and women's shoes and oxfords, worth $10.00, reduced to $11.00 a pair. Men'fand women's shoes and oxfords, worth $9.00, reduced to $8.00 a pair. Men's and women's shoes and oxfords, worth 8...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 28 June 1918

Dick Bizzell was in town Mom- rata / Jbraimals j day. Bob Black was np from Moran Monday. ! ItlHMWto ■allof phon* In th« Man and plaeM of r«aidanca of tlltemMtt? In thm wrt — po—IM«. U you know af oth«r MHoaaia klndl? und at lk> mi win Ibti t Tfcto will craatly uatet Tba Nam In kaap lataoah wMk local harpaalnsaand wlllbahlcbly apptraeiatad. - Kditob. ] Jno. L. Arp was up from ran Monday. Ben Snyder was up ran this week. Dee Leech was in day. Burt Brooks was on our streets Monday. Moran D. A. Forbess of in town Monday. mvYH SAVINGS STAMPS! J. J. English of in town Monday Sedwick Henry Long was up from ran Monday. Henry Lieb of Lueders was in town Wednesday. Walter Chism did business the city Monday. Jim Cottle was doing business in the city Monday. Will Roach was in town Toes- day. 1 E. Burns was up from Sed- wick Monday. Tom Dunn did business in the city this week. Parts of Shackelford county is neaiing rain mighty bad. Will Brewster Moran Monday, the petit jury. was up Will was ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 28 June 1918

r w : War Proclamatio 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 tor 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 for by them. The names of absent persons, and of those who refuse or neglect to subscribe, wi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 28 June 1918

/ ' ■9 ' r— SI'-• < 11 s Health About taRMfipriM There is nothing quiet so easy as putting a theory to work -on paper. But the thing is apt to get all balled up when one comes to put his theory into practice — at least that's almost universal experience. Here is Arthur Brisbane, who. if we mistake noi. ■ pull down something like $50,u J0 per annum editorializing in the Hearst paper, talking in this strain in his own paper, the Wahsington Tim**? Waco Times Herald. The New Republic notes "The complaisant attitude of the coun- try toward the railroad a (minis- tration*.* proposal to ncrease rates by 25 percent." The Pub- lic is complaisant because it knows that the money *hich is to be raised will be put into THE RAILROADS. The public fought former increases in rates because the money wax* put not into raitmads > ut into'vatchs f.>r individual, stables Jrace horses at Chantilly. just" <>utsiue of Pari-!, or into the bui!d:ng of blackmailing parallel mads to fight and des...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 28 June 1918

) f \ r' '• '••af >• / t * K / k > / 'E; >f "-•• • v • . t v* V . * •H • --A', 1 .. « S. WEBB Attorney at Law. L. H. HILL Notary Public. I WEBB & HILL t Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, C< and Insurance Agents. ALBANY, (Shackelford County) TEXAS ?( Foor To Choose From to succeed himself. Then came There are four aspirants for the Democratic nomination for Governor of Texas, and as was said of Joe Bailey, each is pre- pared to recommend himself most highly. And doubtless each is prepared to show that the other three, though rolled in- to one. are not to be mentioned as his equals in statesmanship. James E. Ferguson is a citizen of Bell county, was born and raised there, but not always living there, having been a bridge builder and a miner in other sections of the country. He is a fanner, a lawyer and a banker. Without having had experiences as an officeholder, he announced for Governor four years ago. and was successful. Two years later he was chosen We are butchering not...

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

?«LXXX¥,IVt.5 lt Puttg Urtts ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1918 y « 1781 COURAGE UNDER THE ENEMY'S FIRE rAT is courage? Are men naturally brave? i Grogan School Goes Over The Top On June 28th a committee from Albany, composed of J. R. Webb, chairman, and Misses Gladys Sedwick and Ollie E. Clarke, met with the officers and patrons letter From laurel Hammer June 1, M8. Somewhere in France. Dear Mother and all: I am well satisfied in France. I have made three moves since I came off the ship, and am now settled down in a billet (that's where we boys stay.) We are What are the re- actions under fire? These questions are persistent, and here the Grogan schooMn the in- ^ ^ ^ is how Paul Lintier, a French gunner, answers them, in a story he ul th''ar S:iv mk' ^t,imp8, the happiest bunch in the world hM written, with the title. "My 75." Me8srs' P' C' Taylor an<l Walter - — - "I «u struck by the marvelous faculty of adaptability which as ' ' school forms the basis of human nature. One bec...

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

mt V< mi 1 JL, — -w ., :>.'^ iwB * ' 'T:;«fV £ Practice Thrift -Save When You Can - Buy Thrift Stamps With Your Savings. offer you a great opportunity to save on your shoe wants, by buying your shoes from us at the following greatly reduced prices: Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's heavy work shoes, worth $5.00. reduced to $4.54) a pair. heavy* work shoes, worth $4.50, reduced to $3.lJ0 a pair. heavy work shoes, worth $1.00, reduced to $'?.50 a pair. heavy work shoes, worth $.175. reduced to $•''>.2f> a pair. heavy work shoes, worth $1150. reduced to a pair. heavy work shoes, worth $3.00, reduced to $2. ">o a pair. boots, worth $10.00, reduced to $9.00 a pair. tan bootee, worth $7.50 a pair, reduced to $*>..10 a pair. tan bo<>tee, worth $t>.00. reduced to $5.00 a pair. and women's shoes and oxfords, worth $10.00, reduced t<> $i>.• M) a pair and women's shoes and oxfords, worth $9....

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

SfKUTafer K Mfe SdNb M Fa- ristat Fm Tot Mb. R^IN l^wl wWwBUwW "®* • • Proposing an amendment to Art. 7 of th« Constitution of the State of Texas by changing Se(. 3, providing for thirty-five cent tax levy for the mainten- ance of the public schools of Texas, and providing free text books in public schools of the State of Text*, and making an appropriation therefor. Be it respired by the l^gidaturi of the State of Tern*. Section 1. That Setion Ar- ticle 7. of the constitution, be so changed ap to read as follows (creating a new section 3): Sec. 3. One-fourth of the revenue derived from the State occupation taxes and a (toll tax of one ($1.00) dollar on every male inhabitant of this State, between the aires of twenty-one and sixty years, shall be set apart annually for the benefit of the public free schools; and in addition thereto, there shall be levied and collected an annual ad valorem State tax of such an amount not to exceed thirty-five Cents on the one hundred l $100. > doll...

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