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

Wei! boys the election will be over with Saturday, let's get a move ourselves. go to mill. ?•* t our grinding and boost for the greatest c untry on earth. J. F.Chusenberry of Douglass, \rt/.. passed through tl e city Friday enroute to Fort C.riffin. J. F. sa's I tajglass is sure on a Ix-om. Kat your crow b \s. yes. take your medicine like a man. of course it's I itter b it by gosh yo j have g >t to piv the fiddler. Say old .1. I'l-ivius. when are you are c. ming? W \NTK"> 1 wIt • i I -T- - \ cow. fn-rh Hi ! < r. 1' ."tie H :{. .1. C. I'arneH. Albany, Tex- as. ! SYRUP TO SAVE TkE \ \ SO. - * ♦ ♦ * ♦ Corn tyn 3 tr **er tyrup c r be us.rd to s • "ten cat"fs ices de*c.e '.s of hinds *o raj4** * # * pudd r*j uut t and fit c« n * * n ng and preserving In can ♦ * mr.g and p'esfrvi-g frui'i. | cnet*« d by we of e-igira^ amount of sugar used * can be rep-ace* by t>rup * * * H* e are i me re p-*s s. 'i . . ^ gctted by t*e L* «ted Stat s Fcod Asm.n # jn «r * * * **** For Weak Women...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 2 August 1918

-w— * She Jrtban tt B flews Vol. XXXV, No. 9 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1918 Whole N nm The Seat of Political Power Has Shifted to Moran JUST take your medicine, boys, and don't croak and grumble about it. The (political racers down at Moran boat you to it. mand, that alone must suffice to give us the necessary comfort, also when taking upon us the duty of a soldier. The Lord wishes every soul to be subject to the higher powers. Under higher powers the civil govern- ments of nations here on earth are meant. Thus our country T stituted all governments, and who wishes us to be good citi- zens and as such wants us to be subject to the higher powers. And whenever you feel weak in faith, just go to your Savior in prayer, and rest assured He will give you the necessary comfort through His gracious promises, consists of a civil government or which arc written for our ben- higher power, and this power is efit, and which are to uphold us, of tiod. For Paul states the especially in the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 2 August 1918

■■ — - - - The Oldest Dry Goods Establishment in Albany j Headquarters for Quality Merchandise Yes, quality is our motto. The house that appreciates your business—we study to please. SEDWICK & COOK ALBANY T UXAS i«WaTEi- THE ALBANY NEWS USSIKD EVERY FRIDAY MORNING Mchard H. McCarty, Ed. and Publisher «•. lUttari N. NtCdtt iwclsl J ill tor ■nMariuM HcCtiljr Socirty UHoi anil take your seat on th< band wavron, you are one of the fam- ily now. Yes, come alon« and join the booster «antc Albany and Shackelford county forever Ont*r«dat tkm Post OBce *t Albany Thu. •• .H«h or.d Clan Ma1 i Matter SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 p£R YEAR ADVfcKlUJlNo HATES. Display adv«rtiMOM*nL4. tin*!* insertion*, lu «rita pur inch; tub««iu#nt InMrtions, 12 1-2 «MUp«rtnch for «ach inaartiun. Somr r«duc- Man WW ba madean *lv«rtiaaai0nta that ara ma tfclrt of a pas* at WBt4 in ui« Local* and raid aitoticva, 10 cants par lit.a for •i.igl.- insertion, laquant inaartiun* of local* and run-!*™. IS •anta par Una for «a...

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

N ■ m 'Sm i LThe First National Bank W Albany, Texas CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $100,000.00 \ WAR SAVINGS AND THRIFT STAMPS" TRAVELER S CHEQUES YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED Bob Oliver was over from the Driggers ranch Tuesday. Say, if you want a nice grave monument —see Frank Wyatt. Judge B. down from week. F. Reynolds Throckmorton zm HELP WIN THE WAR. Rheumatism aakas th« joints ache and cauaes the afflicted person much misery For quick relief use BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT H I* a Powerful, Penetrating Remedy The relief is prompt and very gratifying to the sufferer It ems the joints and conveys a stn*n«thrninn influence that soon restores normal conditions. Use it also for healing Cuts, Sores, Wounds. Burns, Scalds, relieving Stiff Neck. Lame Back or Sore Muscles. It rarely fails to give good results. Pries 25«. 50c as4 SI t t kslilc. J AS. r. BAIL A BO, Proprietor. SI. LOUIS. MO. roa SALE ■ * J. L. C4STUSERHT Listen— H. S. Hooker is a new mem- ber of the Albany News circle. And still they come. R...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 2 August 1918

■3 S. WEBB Attorney at Law., L. H. HILL Notary Public. WEBB & HILL Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. I I ALBANY, (Shackelford County) TEXAS BS The Wise Man The State of Teias Heed;, Dry Cleaning Talk Always see to it thM your clothes are clean and neatlv pressed it is essential to a well groomed ap- pearance. We clean an-l press men's suits neatly, carefully ami reasonably. Suits Called for and Delivered lu !t* r- . •la* S r*t! m4 *r *aits WILL G. STANDIFER tu ii honk ik flob an ur to date SHAVE. HAIRCUT, Shampoo or Massage t;* to ikr T«r «ur«! I'ir f WILSON & BIGGS Hot and Cold Bath. agkkto rim Waco Steam Laundry To the Sheriff or any Constable of Shackelford County. 6reetmg You are Hereby Commands! to Summon K. II. (iarland by making publication of this Cita- tion once in each week for four successive weeks previous to the the return day hereof, in some news|iaper published in your County, if ther*- be a newspaper published therein, but if not. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 9 August 1918

t Hk lines /' ▼•L XXXV, No. 10 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1918 SEEING THE SIGHTS AT CRAZY WELL Shackelford County Melons Ernest Grothe gave the News force a melon feast this week. Yes, watermelons and cantalopes 1 grown on his farm east of town, and produced without irrigation. * That's evidence that if a man This is an excellent place for a few days recreation take your will sure annual bath, drink Crazy water and see th«' crowds that county, h come and go. You know that this big world is a picture gallery thing and to spare. Thanks, anyhow, and that's a big show-house down at Mineral Wells. 1 lie Ernest. deepest problem and the mut interesting study on firth is man hii exploits is th« only the.ne of the historian. Tb I took ay> 83flk COShlGT judge not, but man's mind is a balance sheet, an I in spite of him- self. he weighs th • passing throng and strikes a balance. We like Mws Ollie Clarke has been to steal away and sit down in some nook or comer and get a kodak p|pcte(j...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 9 August 1918

Headquarters for Quality Merchandise Yes, quality is our motto. The house that appreciates your business—-we study to please. SEDWICK & COOK ALBANY, T 1 0 . nrtfMfa' a ^. rur i | DAVIV NPVV'S Vv'**ll. the r<. i! h..ad on l A ant I. I • I nc ALOAll I lien 4. A|ba||y a|lt| \hilono r..ad an* un- ' th.- pi 'l- : "i • tin? wsmed every friday mormnu nukintf Hit' dirl : v. prop eotir house park. •flchaitl H. McCaity. Ed. and Publishei j p, airi Schooncrs front 1 h< Alli(> urc sn.a. the MSST • .iSSS;ihHW«fcareKoi ! IjiiiiC'it's nowaday - line in hrai,:« and !• landers. Itni<r«d at tht Pail Oflki i Albany. Te* r. hi ______—— Sacond CUr«/Jail M nttcr - ! The three I• ■ •r hills w u oi vWii, *..<? Ira < >ch«)oneis Subscription $1.50 Per Yeah Albany are troii^ to I• shot a,:(arehi .'citieti lor JlMist. ain) This is the most extensive I 111h in the history oi' Texas ,t don't lose your vrrit, boys. West Texas will come hack. Germany was en^ed for fifty NOfllfieeS OeillOCr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 9 August 1918

J0" « 'Sam fe"". .«■ m ■ H If w* :irst National Bank Albany, Texas CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $100,000.00 [ WAR SAVINGS AND THRIFT STAMPS TRAVELER'S CHEQUES YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED A. M. Rus was in town Tues- day. Don Tucker wan on our streets this week. Henry Balliew was in town Wednesday. ———— —- i VV. T. Powers was in town one day this week. . a - . .. *—• 4 * • A. Jerry Lynch did business in the city Tuesday. Charley Brown streets this week. was HZX2 an- iiiii ii'TTfin 7o |t( rid of that Tired, Biliouj, Half-Sick Filling, take a dote of HEROINE It Cleanses the Stomach, Liver and Bowels Ifs a man's remedy th.it noes to the rit(hr sent. Putrj lif>: arid activity into the torpid livt i. slrimgtiiettH thi: .1 • >t;i.ich i/ui dig«*- Hon and purihei and rrnulates thi* bowels. A timely dus« of tins •xcellcnt sysimn regulator and Ijuwl tonic: wul utt'.-ntimu^ ward off a ipell of sickness. JAS. f. MUARO, Proprietor ST. (.OtIS, MO. • •••••• """"" iSS; « Listen— P Waste and extravagance is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 9 August 1918

, • # w * WEBB & HILL • S. WEBB Attorney at Law. ALBANY. L. H. HILL Notary Public. Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. (Shackelford County) TEXAS The Wise Man Ite State of lens , rtetis Of* CJeaaur^ Ta 'k 4gk«jt see to it tuatyour dollies are rtean ani riea;'fv pressed '■% is essentia! to a well vrro >med ap- pearance.. We clean and press men's suit.; iwatljr, carefully an i rwst>raW). SiMts Calkd tor in# Detoertd &ijfct natix f > iiui.r, iiitijti iiii-uflun' (i .i- *jni UMIlpi*"* ifi «p' trill t 'I Milt!XI ' • ' • WILL G. STANDI FER TEiUEif'MJiii: m ' s ^ v9>.L ax irr i^itAit SHAVE. HAIRCUT, Shampoo or Massage *Jo Ul Ultl I mi ,£ WILSON & BIGGS Hot and Cold Bath. ttuJfiM'U* i \kfc Waco Steam Laundry r , — I a tie Sfeentf %t CsosU&e it Slftacketfard Ca«#t'/. Grjetmg You are ||«mby Commanded to Sumnuxi II II «• irl md by making' publical; -a o: thu Cita- lion tmv in rath aw <i for f.«.ir successive weeks prev - "is to the the r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 August 1918

■*v • & She Mm* •LXXXV, No. 11 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1918 Whole Number 1787 Boys' Maize Club Contest To the Honorable Commission- ers Court, Shackelford county, Texas, Albany, Texas. Dear Sirs: We, the judges of the Boys' Maize Club Contest, beg to make the port: On Fourteen Fronts Up to the end of 1917 England, Scotland and Wales had furnish- ed 5,430,000 men for the army. The British took the laboring oar in the ill-fated Gallipol operation, following re- They have furnished a large part , of the Saloniki army, the com- UNCLE SAM THE MASTER BUILDE1 EDITOR STAMFORD LEADER HUNTING TROUBLE We love a good loser as well as a good winner. Dick McCarty. •ditor of the Albany News at Albany. Shackelford county, Texas, is a mighty Rood loser. In fact. Dick is some good chap, anyway. •nd when he hears the rumble of the storm in the distance he knows just as well as a prairie dog or the bal ance of us losers. that it is time to hunt his hole. — Stamford Leider. If the editor o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 August 1918

The Oldest Dry Goods Establishment in Albany Headquarters for Quality Merchandise i Yes, quality is our motto. The house that appreciates your business—we study to please. SEPWICK & COOK ALBANY, T 1: X A s 1 i $ , m I iit: ALBANN NlUS iS-UKO EVERY KKIDAY MOKNINO it rhard H. McCarty, Fd and Publidiei BtCwt, *« J'.utt I tin •■■ r>r«nt "fcCirt, ,1'u' K 'mdat th Vest OBi i •>' Albay Tim <• S<«ond ClM< M* 1! M.. r ir r f< u?ckiption $l.o0 l'i:n ykak ADVKUriSINii RAI lis •dv«rtl «u" •. i-iwtioni, ^ i im i'«r inch. •ubA«|U«<'t riwrtion* IJ 'I i - t* tu*f inch for ••rh i.u>*iUon S m- rwiur- • w |l h« on t« ' * 1 1 i.; n ; «««• or inoro In < u# L« • & *1 '• .? ► uevft. lOctnU p«r It .• for tingU tu«#rt.ui & ■ ^otit inwrtlurk of U-c Hl • > I r#®d«r*f f j r .u i « r tin# for «fh mwrtic FRIDAY. AUGUST 16. I MS The latest rep >rts hive i that the Kaiser a.sd his .-:x son- :.tv K.t'e. - ■< hast Texas is getting all tin ! i migration nuvv vs, tho tid...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 August 1918

The First National Bank Albany, Texas CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $100,000.00 WAR SAVIN6S AND THRIFT STAMPS TRAVELER'S CHEQUES YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllll^S 1 Malaria in the system destroys energy and make i the most vigorous worker feel lazy. Unless corrected it brings on "the chills." HERBINE Is a Powerful Medicine lor Torpid Liver and Malaria The malarial germ cannot exist in the system under the search- inn influence of Herbine. It purities the stomach, liver and liowels, drives out bilious obstructions and puts the internal organs in fine healthy condition. JAS r BALI ABO. Proprietor SI. LOUIS. MO. J. R. Webb returned from Waco Sunday. John Baker did business in the city Sat lrday. Frank Hubbard was up from Moran this week. Miss Virginia May Webb is visiting relatives in Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Davis! visited in the city this week. They are still drilling away on i the casing iri the Reynolds well. Mrs. Dozier of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 August 1918

—1-LL-. S. WEBB Attorney at Law. ALBANY, L. H. HILL Notary Public. WEBB & HILL I I Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. (Shackelford County) TEXAS The Wise Man Mere Matter of Truth Heeds Dry Cleaning Talk Always see to it that your clothes Sre clean and neatly pressed it it essential to a well groomed ap- pearance. We clean and press men's suits lleatly, carefully and reasonably. , Suits Called for and Oeliversd &uil* mail* it* individual mniurr Call 411 i Um of •|trni|f and iumm«r «mts |VI1X G. STANDIFER TEi-KI'IIONE in* 1 flOlf VP TO DATK SHAVE, HAIRCUT, Shampoo or Massage (Jo to th« TfnAunal I'arlur -a#- WILSON & BIGGS « .Hot.and Cold Bath. AGENTS FOR Waco Steam Laundry I After knowing ('. May tit-Id thirty-three years, tj. F. Humph tells the plain facts about his record as a prohibitionist. Austin. Texas, Aug. *. . 1918. Hon. H. B. Terrell. Austin. Texas. My Dear Sir: Owing to some apparent mis- conception relative to the atti- tude of Mr. C....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 August 1918

r • '• • .. • • ,.. L% '• ' v'i 4B She lAang Urns 1 ./ c . H " *' • £ V •1 ▼•1. XXXV, No. 12 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1018 =3=-Z Whole Number 1788 THE IMPERATIVE DEMAND FOR NATIONAL HIGHWAYS Registration of Men August 24, 1010 w The President will soon issue a proclamation requiring all per- sons specified therein who have since the 5th day of June, 15)18, and on or before the 24th day of ITH the industrial machinery of America harnessed for war August, 1! 18, attained their and depending to h great extent upon motor ii 'i( ks fi i ,i first birthday, to regis' Letter From Walter Wood On Firing Line in France July 28, 1918. Dear home folks: Well, I am back behind the firing line once more after spend- ing a few more days up there. We were given a warm recep- tion by the bodies this time and GERMAN DEFICIENCY- AMERICAN EFFICIENCY SOME way or some how the world has got it into their heads that the Huns are a superior race. That's an erroneous idea, constant flow of materials, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 August 1918

' h #4M f. ■■ r,( - ■■ I if The Oldest Dry Goods Establishment in Albany 1 Headquarters for i Quality Merchandise I fl I Yes, quality is our motto. The house that appreciates your business—we study to please. SEDWICK & COOK \ ALBANY, v. THE ALBANY E\VSj issued every friday morn in u | Richard H. McCarty, bet. and mother k-i. MMM. McCnti JkM.iata Uitin , U H«|MM HcCtttr • iMUfclfttw Bnterulat thu Post Oflk- t Alkwy. I x«h. U SaeondClnit Mail Subscription $1.50 Pen Yeah ADVERTWIMS RATtS •dvortkMnu.uu, atnuk- tut. ? •: UnU iMr inch. ftabecou#n\ .n«t*riw.« li 1-. «r*Uf>«rtnch for Mch invirtio;.. %*m\ -<muc- j tin will bm m*d« on adv«rl< «in«nt« (hat «r« on*- I (•fcni « f p«4l« or more in ais* Lwc«! *nj . i fcitfaOtteM. 10 conU p«r line for •ingl.t f..union, tub—qoftnt Inaorttona of IocmIn h <\ r. nUi'i ■ I . «*iU por lino for «ach insertion. FRIDAY. AUGUST 23, 18 , Stephens County Oii Dopa Veale No. 1 Blowing Itself h The T. & P. Goal O ! Com- pany's Veale No. 1, S '...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 August 1918

*| Military Training, Guns and Uniforms Free in the Military Department of JOHN TARLETON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE of Stephenyille, Texas A Branch of Texas A. & M. SCHOGL UPENS SEPTEMBER 18TH. i Tuition is absolutely Free to everyone, and expense for board is as reasonable as can be found in Texas, with exceptionally favorable moral surroundings for students, and new brick, tire-proof buildings. Good opportunities are offered in all the literary branches, Home Economics, and Agriculture. This session the college is offering a complete course in shorthand, typewriting, business English and commercial law. The opportunities offered by John Tarleton Agri- cultural college cannot be surpassed in any state in- stitution, and certainly the cost of attendance will be lower than it would in a college further away. We want the people of this section of Texas to reap the benefits offered by this school, and to increase its field of usefulness to its greatest capacity. To this end we are inviti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 August 1918

2k.*! £, a WEBB & HILL S. WEBB Attorney at Law. ALBANY, L. H. HILL Notary Public. , 0 Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. I (Shackelford C< unly) TEXAS The Wise Man Heeds dry Cleaning Talk Always see to it that your clothes are clean and neat.v press*! it is essential to a well /roomed ap- pearance. We clean and press men's sui'- •neatly, carefully and reasonably. . Suits Called for and Delivered #aita m*!* to iwlivhluai r ('all ami *• of ir.ii .immer *mt WILL G. STANDIFER TCi.lirHONi; 1.0. Notice I •iw* A^vr-TuDin SHAVE. HAIRCUT, Shampoo or Mas&age r.<> to the Tunmirtal I'urlur of WILSON & BIGGS .Hot and Cold Buth. ACiKNTS YOU Waco Steam Laundry w ■ —— Notice is hereby ^iveu ti the patrons of the Albany High School, that the Trustees have decided to open said school on September 9th, 191s, and that the compulsory attendance law will begin with the opening of the school and will continue for UK) days. It is the intention of the Trustees...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 August 1918

She |Anm 9ms Vol. XXXV, No. 13 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1918 Whole Number 1780 THE POLITICAL EVOLUTION DOES ADVERTISING PAY? THE OFFICE OF IMAGINATION WHEN God created man. He endowed him with many facul- ties-he's a many-sided creature, and one of the rarest gifts, is that of imagination. There is no profession or calling in life that ran attain or reach the highest pinacle of success, with- A GREAT political evolution is now pending, or rather, it has A SK Sears-Roebuck Co. It's true, out here in West Texas, con- already arrived. The Taylor County Times, a rabid Per- ditions are not normal, besides manufacturers and jobbers guson advocate, has climbed out of the masculine political corral are curtailing the output, and Uncle Sam has got his eagle eye on And aligned itself with the petticoat wing of this great big Demo- excess purchasers but Sears-Roebuck are sending out catalogs by cratic government. Yes, it has taken time by the forelock read the train load and fishing f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 August 1918

'*t_. 'X . . , <■<—ggg ■ - - -— —* - --"""M""^"^agg!BaBaiiBWP r —— i le Oldest Dry Goods Establishment in Albany Headquarters for r Quality Merchandise Yes, quality is our motto. The house that appreciates your business-=-we study to please. SEDW1CK & COOK * j ALBANY. rn v. THE ALBANY NEWS' bsued every friday morning Richard H. McCarty, Ed. and Pub!: Jher lirt iKIurl H BcCwti • • • Asweult tl.t-r •ta Miftvi' McCarti .... lo.tii a<rrrri>t th* Poet OBcr Bt A.b.u . TuO' u S«cond ClwHillKallT Suhscription $1.50 Per Year ADVERTISING HATES Display ftdv«rtiwm«nU. «inirl' ina rtj n«. 1' «mU p«r inch; •ubMquont in* rtton*. 1L . Mat* p«r Inch for «*h inMrtiun. Som«- r*iu«-- tfton ill be mad* on •dTwrtiaemont- that r« tklrri of a pac* or mur« In LocaU a*ii rua 1 • In( notieaa, 10 cent® par iu i for • insertion, ftataequent. inn«rtk>f 4 of local* n <1 r-a 1er<. 4 •anta par Una for aacti inaartion. FRIDAY. AUGUST 80, 1918. And still the( Allies are driv- ing the boehes b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 August 1918

'! t g MUtaty Training, finis and Uniforms Fret in the Military Department of TARLETON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE of Stephravifle, Texas A Branch of Texas A. I M. SCHOOL OPENS SEPTEMBER 18TH. Tuition is absolutely Free to everyone, and expense for board is as reasonable as can be found in Texas, with ^exceptionally favorable moral surroundings for students, and new brick, lire-proof buildings. Good opportunities are offered in all the literary branches, Home Economics, and Agriculture. This session the college is offering a complete course in shorthand, typewriting, business English and commercial law. The opportunities offered by John Tarleton Agri- cultural college cannot be surpassed in any state in- stitution, and certainly the cost of attendance will be lower than it would in a college further away. We want the people of this section of Texas to reap the benefits offered by this school, and to increase its field of usefulness to its greatest capacity. To this end we are inviting the ...

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