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

T B ktatoM TW-" mors food, eats •nan food, and that Americans fny higher prises for iboir food fhaa aay other people on earth. In GsraMay, today, no food is permitted to be fried. This is lo conserve fata. Greaae from any source is earefully gathered Up by the government, and soap has become a luxury for million- friraa. Recent experiments on cans of tomatoes, eorn, string beans, apples, pumpkins and even , a«oerkraut have proved that canned gooda are not harmed in thelaaat by remaining in the original tin aa long as sixty hours after being opened. Good doctors and many public health authorities agree that Americans would be healthier, happier and better off every way by eating one-quarter to one- third less food Canned tomatoes fill such an impoi)aat place in feeding the "frrmy that the government asks for an increaae of 50 per cent from tomato-canning states. In addition to furnishing food val- ue for energy, the tomato quenches the thirst of men and calls for less water consumpti...

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

rate / p?rfionaC| II le eeil or pbene In the nimee and plaea* of raaidanc* of M€Mif > 0«futM —lbl If jro« know of otbof p«mm1> kindly Mud ■I Thin vUl grootljr uafcit Tho Now* In koov ht blMak wttfe lo*«l wWtoklfkJrwpnchUi - Imtm. ] the ice and palm leaf in* Mr. Jonea. Lather Murrie was in town Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Powers in the city this week. Will Huber was in town Sat- urday. A square deal at Burrows Gro- cery. Get one. L. C. McKelvy was in town one day this week. Old rags wanted, pay $1.50 Robert Bradford did business per 100 lb*. B. W. Tom me. T. P. Putnam was down from Camp Cooper ranch Saturday. in the city this week. W.H. Whorton was down from Woodson Saturday. , Say, if you want a nice grave Mr and Mr„ A M Russ were monument—see Frank Wyatt. shopping in the city this week. Mist Ruby Mae Thompson of Houston ia visiting her sister, Mrs. Riney Simpson. Protect your health. Keep the flies out with Rockwell Bros. & Co. screen doors and wire. 3t Dr. Howard Sammons is home ...

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

■ v - ^ * J i ■ '1 I -™ 1 «• y. ' 4K£ <'Wb . > •: lDlfl '.mlli S. WEBB Attorney at Law. L. H. HILL Notary Public. I WEBB Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. ALBANY, (Shackelford County) Turnianrt Ships At , late tf Three Per Week ' "SMoer# calking and less talk- ing" This shipbuilding slogan, which Charles M. Schwab, gen- eral manager of che Emergency , Fleet Corporation, credits to his wiflis being'exemplified in the rapid production of steel ships, . says, the Independent. The first of the new fabricated ves- sels, the Agawam, was launched on yymtion Day. For the Emergency Fleet Mrs. Woodrow has selected Indian names, and the Agawam is pe- culiarly appropriate, for it means "Great Salt Meadows" The place where Hie Agawam was constructed was until last winter great salt meadows of New- Mk£ay. Now these waste llats are filled with piles of structural steel, and along the shore twen- ty-eight ships of the same type are being put together. The keel of t...

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

>• ,< . it' I 1 5 ; Si * ibr lAam J ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1018 Secret Cave Discovered in Greer Mountains I are situated some seven or eight miles south- east of Albany. They are what you might call a freak of Nature, their heads some four or five hundred feet above the val- standing there as lone sentinels of a volcanic age in the These mountains have figured in the early day history ffShaehelford county, taking their name from one of the pioneer who settled in the county some time along in the 50's. advent of the white man, no doubt they were the play- gpound of the Red Man, where he built his wigwam, and served Mm as a lookout post for big game and to spy out the approach of satiny. It waa the current report of the early settlers that fhare was a pot of gold buried near this mountain some time be- fore the war. Reports have it that a man was murdered near this ^Ot, and something like one hundred thousand dollars in gold was fcvisd here, and treasure hunters have co...

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

m j&u f ■ ■■. Practice Thrift-Save When You Can- Buy Thrift Stamps With Your Savinfs 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 shoes, worth ${>.00. reduced to $4.50 a pair. Men's heavy work shoes, worth $4.50, reduced to $.'{.90 a pair. Men's heavy work shoes, worth $4.00. reduced to $.'{.50 a pair. Men's heavy work shoes, worth $.'{.75. reduced to $8.26 a pair. Men's heavy work shoes, worth $3.50. reduced to $3.00 a pair. Men'o heavy work shoes, worth $3.00, reduced to $2.50 a pair. Men's boots, worth $10.00, reduced to $! .00 a pair. Men's tan bootee, worth $7.f>0 a pair, reduced to $t>.50 a pair. Men's tan bootee, worth $6.00, reduced to $5.00 a pair. Men'b and women's shoes and oxfords, worth $10 (X), reduced to $0.00 a pair. Men'ij and women's shoes and oxfords, worth $9.00, reduced to $n.oo a pair. Men's and women's shoes and oxfords, worth 8.50, reduced to 7....

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

s % ' ■4 .mm " fcaMTalir if hMc SdeoteW Fs- FrnTnt Inks. -l-^ ■> —— jjafc <J1 JPPI RWCiUUlin l*w. 4 # • 1 an amendment to Art. 7 of the Constitution of the State of Texas by changing Sec. 3, providing for thirty-five cent tax levy for the mainten- i of the public schools of and providing free text in public schools of the State of Texas, and making an appropriation therefor. Be it resolved by the Legislature of the State of Texas. Section 1. That Setion 3, Ar- ticle 7, of the constitution, be so changed as to read as follows (creating a new section 3): Sec. 3. One-fourth of the revenue derived from the State occupation taxes and a poll tax of one ($1.00) dollar on every male inhabitant of this State, | between the ages of twenty-one fled electors of the State at an election to be held throughout the State on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in Novem- ber, 1918, at which election all voters favoring said proposed amendment shall write or have printed on their ballots th...

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

' r r CKBtALS CONSUMED IN BSKB TRIVIAL COMPARED VO NATIONAL DANGER IN FORCING GIN AND WHISKY v BASIS. Head Say:* Is Legislative. Llfe-lpag Believer in i KaUtnl Twptruct. Many church congregations in the State, when asked to go un a wheatiess diet r. week ago, adopt- ed resolutions calling apon the United States Food Administrator to prohibit Che use of cereals in the manu- paeture oI beer, "Y'ou are prob- ably aware." says Mr. Hoover, in a letter on the subject to Sen- •t. r Sheppard of Texas, 'that 1 Itave been a life-long believer in Sitional temperance; hi the her hand, as a purely adminis- trative officer of the govern- Kuut, I have felt strongly that 1 lh uld not eater into any t m- tentious matter*.*' Harrw b Personally * Dry Advocate. As a pronounced t'ry Mr. Hoover feeU. from a national viewpoint, the complete 4 *ter- in i nation of beer would <'<> more damage to constructive prohibi- tion through the deliberate *n- c uragemfrnt of whiskey and gin dr'aking, of whieh...

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

ti n« mattv Waters op from CM HP wan par 100 lbs. B. $1.50 me. Mr. and Mr*. Merrick Davis T. F. Broyles was over from Eolian this week. Lee Tuton was down from Fort Griffiin Monday. Brother McMahen came in IMci totasfaif Ifpfca tin Fa Mscral Lease ef Real Estate ef Waei i ia from the ranch Monday, from Eastland Monday. Thoroughbred Bowft )ueg tar ate. See MalcoWn C horns Mr. and Mrs. Sam English Castle- were in the city Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Cook left lor Qttforoia this week, where tlNgr will spend the remainder oi the summer. Miss Sammie Coffee left Mon- day for Hoiister, Ma, to attend T. W. encampment for a few daft. From there she will go to New York. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lowery visited in Fort Worth and Dallas the post week. Their daughter, i Edith, returned home with after spending several in Dallas visiting rela- J. E. Allen and daughter. Miss Bertha, were in the city Monday. Miss Lucile Matthews returned ftan Washington City Monday. Mm Lucile says that she has « a delight...

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

I IPf'I' SB w £ > Wr% ■« c * * / * P ' 4. g ijjf "'' m wt V IF. #r "1 , • •-% '/• ~'7| ' >' - iS % r ? '' 1 ' ■IK " Ml ' ^ jM S. WEBB Attorney at Law. L. H. HILL Notary Public. %'M WEBB & HILL ' r- i • Live Stock, Loan, Collecting Insurance Agents. (Shackelford County) TEXAS J I ^aniHrtvps are not doing well. I fwant to urge every farmer that [has coftvftfd land that is not j alreadyipfeated in something to $iave it ready to plant in a J feed crogp~|f „ we should have 'rain in timetofrfow it would be : well worth the while. It does • not takt rpuch.Wprlc to work a * fall crop of maize orsorgum, and off at a worth 'tfctai .it would corges • tknof year that .it is It It i rghum win malfe a lairiy good hay crop if the seasons are good, planted any time before the 15th of August. Another thing 1 want to call to the attention of the farmers of this county is. usually there is a great deal of feed wasted around the harvest field, and some times it is wasted after it is baled by ...

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

mm i:A *'f* y"-1 •' «* ' «? 9)v IJkmg ; No. 7 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1918 "Tallow Dip Democracy" pie, one of the richest and best farming counties in the state, in the year 1916 they made 113,000 bales of cotton, but in 1917 they only made 23,000 bales, and this year they say that crop condi- tions are worse than last year. So cheer up, folks, and smile and look pleasant, the rocks are not That Irishman, Hugh Nugent Fitzgerald, the man who guides (tie destiny of the editorial department of the Fort Worth Record, Wields a pungent pen. Yes, it cuts, stings and pricks like a two- adged sword when they monkey with his Irish ire. That's been Hie trouble with the Irish all along down the ages-they go off on j al, comjn(f QUr way a tangent, lose their equilibrium in a controversy, not conservative and ever void of the spirit of compromise. That's the reason and the only reason of their servitude to English serfdom. Do the Irish lack brains and wit? Yea, God no. England never had a...

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

mt & .* W- r-:r * M p. 'if" * # ■■ 4 July Clearance Sale! 8 DAYS OF BARGAINS TO REDUCE OUR STOCK OF ALL SUMNER GOODS Beginning Friday, July 19th, and Continuing Through Saturday, July 27th We are quoting you prices that you absolutely could not duplicate from the wholesale merchant. . Bast quality gingham, worth 30 and :J5c, sale price 25c a yard Good quality percales, worth 20 to 2">c, sale price K' c a yard 27 l-2c brown domestic, sale price 23c a yard Children's Gingham Drsssos 11.00 value, sale price — 76c $1.25 value, sale price 05c $1.50 value, sale price $1 '3> Childrau's Gigandie Dresses $2.50 value, sale price $3.00 value, sale price White Goods and Printed Lawns Vwles 50c value, sale price 40c value* sale price :J5c value, sale price 30c value, sale price 25c value, sale price Ten per cent discount oft ill 3:lks crepe de cheoes. twenty per cent discount off a'i wool dress goods, leu per cent discount oif K.iIki .:orset*. $l.!H) $2 10 ,38c :52c 27c 21c 19c* Ladies...

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

Spot* Tatar HMfcUMsM hr AH| Fm Tat Inks. Proposing an amendment to Art. fad ilwton of the State at an election to be held throughout the State on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in Novem- ber, 1918, at which election all voters favoring said proposed amendment shall write or have ininted on their ballots the 7 of the Constitution of the | words, "For the amendment to State of Texas by changing; the Constitution of the State of See. 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 8tate of Texas, and making an appropriation therefor. Be it remived hy the Le<ji*laturt> of the State of Torn*. Section 1. That Setion 3, Ar- ticle 7, of the constitution, be so changed as to read as follows (creating a new section 3): Sec. 3 One-fourth of the revenue derived from the State occupation taxes and a poll tax of one ($1.00) dollar on every male inhabitant of this State, between ...

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

r/ if OF TEXAS ^■fORMALS n KM FOOD MEN Between 45 and 50 white and col- ored aummtr nor- nill in Texas will be addressed during months of June and July by from the Federal Food Administration for Texas The of the schedule of is the task of H. L. director of edu- ' the Texas Food Admin- Utratioo. Dr. P. W. Horn, su- perintendent of the Houston pablk schools, will address six aormals in Northern Texas for the Food Administration, while Administrator Peden will speak before those normals being held lb* closest to Houston. While a number of speakers will be recruited from the out- lide, the following members of Administrator Peden's staff will fate days off from their desks to make the food talk before the 8tate teachers: H. Wirt Steele, dfteetor of organization; Ksrl M. Roberts, county Food Admin- istrator for Harris County; Judge Henry J. Dannenbaum and Judge Ireland Graves of the legal and enforcement division; Bam H. Dixon, director of agri- culture and live stock; John H. Regan, di...

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

Steal* # fferamtala •"-'f. t>' '•'' ■ -JM* ' 4 _^'«T '> • ' ' ■ ' ■' „• ?;■ k >y, -.j < a? M ~ ■ -""*-• - ' t. : v I .T. rJ W^S I W'-I ■ IHmJaii tn nil irr*i~~T'- and placas of rwidanec of ItfMMrty It tM wfc — |>u—IH«. If r«a know of othar pononala kindly und Bin I to —« «f III* «—iiannlmnt TUa will trwtlr «Mtat Tho Nowo in kaap- Mft ■lll>«>l>lllTilnrirl«ti1 gniTiT 1 Mm G. E. Reynolds is in Fort Worth this week. Mm L A. Sanders is visiting to Spur this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ely Williams went to Baird Sunday. Will pay 112.00 per ton for bones. Tomme. Why pay more when you can buy it at Burrows Grocery Co. for leas? W. C. Tidwell has leased the Albany Livery Stable, wagon yard, dray line. etc. Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Price, N. R Jr., and Mrs. N. S. Holland art visiting in Fort Worth. Lipton's and ^etley's teas are as good as the b&f. Burrows Grocery Co. Mrs. J. M. McMahen and daughter, Misu Thelma, return- ed Moaday from a visit to Spur. Mrs. Eddison Lysle is here ...

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

m mi 11 V % S. WEBB Attorney at Law. Law, Land, Live St and Insura ALBANY, ♦ 1 • '1 L. H. HILL Notar • Public. — i, Collecting its. (Shackel' TEXAS Ti the Voters of Stacketfod County ..Continued from first page. Record, and he protected •the Resolution from a vicious (pmendmpnt as shown on page lB34 of the Record. Judge Blan- ton was present at all times dur- ing1 its consideration and voted for Woman Suffrage in all three hof the roll calls affecting it, II ; showrttm pages 8.T3 and 8:*i of kthe Recied- Roth the President k of the National Woman Suffrage • Asso. of New York, and Mrs. Minnie Fisher Cunningham, PreljWent of the Texas Equal Suffrage Asso. idf Galveston have Voluntarily written to Judge iBSirton heartily thanking him, ifltf Sflting that his work on the Committee and speech and vote before the House helped to carry the day for them. But what about Mr. W. G. Blackmon's record .' I will show you that by his vote against Wo- man Suffrage Asso. in the 34th Legislature, he p...

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

4t Die pang , No. 8 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1018 Mew Oil Development in Shackelford County Mr. Yingling, manager of the Empire (ias and Fuel Co., was here the past week, and while here, gave out the statement that Ills company would put down a shallw well test on P. W. Reynolds' land. Section 1, near the well they are now drilling. This work will go forward at once. In the Reynolds well now drilling, they Btnick an oil aand at 960 feet, which was estimated by oil men all D way from 20 to 60 barrel*, and as evidence of a pay sand, the Smpire people are g"ing to put down the second well. And still another teat well will be put down on the Reynolds ranch. Tom Lowery of Mineral Wells, and other parties, will put down a shal- low well on Section 31. The rig has already been purchased and ant long will be in operation. The Reynolds well No. 1 is now J160 with a flow of salt water. They are now under reaming so as to get the casing down and cut otT the water. The contract for this ...

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

. -*v ' -«.■ . ■* t^gfin, PJOTSf won mmm fef ,1 H-H r July Clearance Sale! 8 DAYS OF BARGAINS TO REDUCE OUR STOCK OF ALL SUMflER GOODS Beginning Friday, July 19th, and Continuing Through Saturday, July 27th We are quoting you prices that you absolutely could not duplicate from the wholesale merchant. . V! B«t quality gingham, worth 30 and .'{T>c, sale price 25c a yard Good quality percales, worth 20 to 25c, sale price l('>c a yard 27 l-2c brown domestic, sale price 23c a yard Children's Gingham Dresses $1.00 value, sale price 75c $1.25 value, sale price 95c $1.60 value, sale price $1.20 Children's Organdie Dresses $2.50 value, sale price $3.00 value, sale price I White Goods and Printed Lawns -Voiles DOc value, sale price 40c value, sale price 35c value, sale price 30c value, sale price ?5c value, sale price $1. ix) #2 I'' ,38c 32c 27c 2le 19c Ladies' Low Cut Shoes $0.00 valuee, sale price $4 90 5.00 values, sale price 3.90 4.00 values, sale price 3.60 3.50 values, sale price ...

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

fr® ■i m * . i l\ ■ ' I w- 2 it- 'm — -'s- ft .i . iilsiSfaJfKBH IOES THE FOOD ADMINISTRATION PAY? THE ANSWER A BRIEF RESUME OF HOWi SUGAR AND FLOUR HAS BEEN KEPT WJTHIN THE BOUNDS OF CONSUMER DURING YEAR ENDING MAY 31, 1918. During the civil war sugar went to 30 cenu a pound when there wan no world ihortage. The retail price of sugar la lean than one-third that price, and there fa a world shortage Huch an Iihh never exlxtod since the world bi- gun Hating refined sugar. "A rise of 1 cent a pound in the 1 price of sugar costs the American pub lie $80,000,000. A rise of 20 or 30 cents a pound costs thirty or forty times $80,000,000. Had the Food Ail ministration not stopped in anil saved the sugar situation, the American pub lie would buve been billions of dollars poorer today, or the poor would have gone without sugar while the rich [ would have eaten it all, "So the Food Administration admit ! it pays the taxpayer. It admits that I It has saved the consumer enough to 1 oversubscribe...

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

I" • ■ Vi S. WEBB Attorney at Law. L. H. HILL Notary Public. WEBB & HILL Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. V ALBANY. (Shackelford County) TEXAS Sjtcial Tax for Maintenance of Public Schools And Fur- nishing Free Text Books. ijguse Joint Resolution No. 27. Proposing an amendment to Art. 7 of the Constitution of the State of Texas by changing Sec. 3, providing for thirty-five cent tax levy for the mainten- ance^ the public schools of Texas, sfrid providing free text booksli pnblic schools of the State ofjl'exas, and making an appropriation therefor. Br it rwolved, by tlii Li ijislu t in i of the Statu of Tirxito. Section 1. 'nUt Setion .'J, Ar- ticw 7. of the constitution, be so changed as to read as follows • 11 v (creating a new section 3): See. 3. One-fourth of the revenue derived from th• State occupation taxes and a poll tax of one ($1,001 dollar on every male inhabitant of this State, between the ages of twenty-one and sixty years, shall be set ap...

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

- * " " ' ^ THK ALBANY MEWS - ShaekeL'onJ i* <tn* !'. - Mr-i. It >i 'irtrcltilt M ir- itaret Whitney h n b' n crifi- «•!!>• til at tl ' St t tfor.i Sinn i- ri'tm fur M-vrr. l VI jtl ul ti> -tv however. that • reported to be im^rovirvsr. If ?ure i~i >ir„. over hf-re in ih l- itmntry. * il tssr t.D f VF.RY f'RIl1 Vli MORNtN<; * fcieiiard H McC irty Ed and Publisher «n l.iAartf* Wr CifTV to$9fM0§ E litar Jin Jdwrit Wr.CtrTf iaciffv liftfor t r f. 4' i iW * • 1 ? "•%« M S<Wb ilti ' +* ill W4t'-T i; si u-'.kiftion f*i i i'kk vf %r k Al • • 1 ISifMi RATI^ lHuyl**y n J/■ • ' '•* «'• wrtw n«, tf niu « yr • . •-« '. • ■# t J '9'Ih yr ini'h f'tr . .**r' • r>"' ■.ill. *t 5 fa* tl *fc .n • '. r' .***&-'■ t> . wr. mt i < f it uU "" inon > f*mi Uft luttu'**. * n< < (Htv f«r * 4 • on lulv • |iir> t ••" m • t ■' rm .* w#r tfii*- *■* «• •* H:H>AY, .fi'i.v n i>. Tfce State of fex2s To the Sh riff or any r-' .<} • f Shackelford fount .tirvetin You...

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