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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 27 September 1918

\ LIEUTENANT / DINSMORE EEi U-S-A- DIED IN SERVICE FRANCE April 21? 11)18 Avsltent fjyer src a: A tree American I" I© ear*i\ "" ' Ad .aidless ieo o ^ r& MTO&St*' m* V % f While Heads Are Bared. * # ■> CTHEU' 1y iEUTENANT ELY, it is ours reverently to acknowledge the service you have rendered. To your country and ours, you gave all you had to give, a life, young and buoyant, offered when you had but just arrived at life's fullest under- standing—and more than this no man can give. But in the giving, sir, you gave as well the out- pour of your stout young heart —that all of us to .whom you pass along the touch might offer prayer, and carry on in better understanding of that ennobled cause for which no sacrifice shall be in vain. Some of us are far behind the fighting lines of France today. For circumstance has made two battle lines, and there must be therefore those gone to fight, and others kept behind to carry on at home. But as you say, both lines bring chance for deeds ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 27 September 1918

r-1 v w •J'f: ;£ .. : :i . '• s 4H % ■'■-V •Kv'sV v* i. ■• -vf I& REMINGTON j..~ w;~ T& /«4i, ^ ■H- T&%F®-j!3rtym - * - *#•*** •;, ,,-V. . ,.-/ v ■ r - ' 3 EE - ,✓ .y-rsi1-' ,. V . t ^ .■> JImW"-. ■e- £ V7.. . I :V When " / ** / V' ^! ;X; r^ip ' • Tfv V k ..'v - -XL * You Fight-Fight "* Fight as these American soldiers fought in the streets of Fismes. 44They covered themselves with glory," the papers say. Of course they did —they are Americans. They met the finest of the enemy's troops in a ter- rific hand-to-hand struggle. They used their guns — their bayonets—their bar'* lists. F.very American soldier went after his man desperately, fearlessly, persistently, with one great driving purpose—to whip that Prussian Guard, to silence its machine guns—to win ! It's a pretty good way to fight—this American way. It wins battles over there, it will win a splendid victory over here - if we Jight when we fight —if we buy Liberty Bonds to our utmost. When you fight—fight! When y...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 27 September 1918

■ ' Im ■ -■ • The Oldest Dty Goods Establishment in Albany Headquarters for Quality Merchandise - A I I 1 \ Yes, quality is our motto. The house that appreciates your business—we study to please. SEDWICK & COOK iVI.HANV, TEXAS THE ALBANY NEWS ^■BUED EVERY tTUOAY MORNING Richard H McCarty, Ed. and Publisher lkM>4 «. NcCatt tuwiti UMti ■b Ullf* mCrnt, ■ ■ SuuHUttN Iniarari at lb* OBca at Albany Tuh. a* Sacond Claaa Mall Mattar SUBSCRIPTION $1.54) PER YEAK A VltlCTWINC iiACKS. Umpimy mdmmrtmvrnmuta< •Intel* ina«rUuua. l& ■nil p«r Inch. aubamiuant na«rtiona. 12 1 it «wta Inch for *«rti uiie-'ioii. >ora«- reduc- tion will bm rnadti on ad v«r Lineman la that r - ono- Mbird of a u«*« or mnr« in «ift« Local* and r. iul (M 'HitiriNy ID can* par Una for ainifl* ina*rtion 0OMwiu«nf IviMrtiont if lorala und r nd«tm. 6 Mnta n«r Una for ««mHi ln arti<>n. FRIDAY. SEPT. 27, IM8. Crawford Bisseil I r Saturday night, S« >t. 21, I'JIS, at the home of the groom's sis- ter, Mis...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 27 September 1918

t'nive a! war br lion. arrayed a^uin era i- pray id 1 | . rrnolallnii* aim- in \diuiiihtr r If. 1 BRIEftQ IS NEW MOB PROGRAM ■jpa WHEAT FLOUR NOW SOLO in QUANTITY Cr SO TO | PER CL.\f SU3S.7ITU7ES ail for -II « I he iriilra" in the Or* I by I S rt H<n>«r • 11 M.,l KH'fl ai liar III V I n. If the rmtlo of om pcuad It «aeh IMr of «Iimi (Iwr. thai l>: "Kaffir flour, mllo flour, feteria j Hour and meal*, rie* flour, oal flour, peanut flnur, b«an flour, potato flnur. • ( putalo flour and bufkwnm flour ~l*ure rye floor or meal may h« sold a a substitute. but mual be sold .n proportion at least two pom. 1* of rye with three (nund* of wheat flour. • l'h« 'ureiolnt rule* appl to all1 rttstriia and esrhaiue tran*acll<: « ... I well - t'- - of flour io farroer-t un!. < mwlifli 1 b> pecl:il annoi ■••••.•. i of J • >ie Federal l'i*id .iilmlnl*tratt>i- < t 'he i .-state wherw the mill 1 lorn . 1. t t|«c witti tl approve' of ltd tone imiiiii j t w Rulti Governing 0/«er« ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 27 September 1918

**•*; B 7 * i % IT I e*/' §1. "" 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 M. S. LONG Burney Davis, who answered1 tin- last draft call and reported at Camp Bowie, has been dis- 4TTORNEY AT LAW charged on account of physical disabilities. Just like all one hundred pt'r cent rod blooded i Notary Public OMcf •Ilk W. L. ■•rrlo Albany, - Texas The Wise Man Httds Dry Cleaning Talk Always see to it that your clothes are clean and neatly pressed it is essent ial to a well groomed ap- pearance. We clean and press men's suits neatly, carefully and reasonably. Suits Called tor and Delivered lo laduklial iiM«tarv t'dl jwI «t Mua|<tra %'i H-rui| ind wmmrr ^iiU WILL G. STANDIFER TCLKPIIONK IVI Americans, after Burney got) down there and put on his fight- ing clothes, he was rearing to go. and was somewhat disa| - pointed at living discharged. The Baptist Aid and Mission- ar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 4 October 1918

Die IJhsng Hems T*I!§ « M? ▼•L XXXV, No. 18 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCT. 4, 1918 Whole Number 1794 THE EVIL OF DESTROY- ING INDIVIDUALISM (E. F. Baldwin, in The Peoria Star.) The indications are that the Woodrow Wilson is the big- Allies will have Thanksgiving gest democrat on earth, and Turkey —yum, yum a downhill! when he speaks the world stands pull for the Dardanell9, the gate- at attention. What makes him way to Russia's wheat bins— great? Why, the Nation that enough white bread to feed all stands back of him; our man of Kurope. The hands on the power, our gold and silver, wheat DRAINS WANTED HpHAT'S THE SIGN BOARD that hangs over the doorway of every banking institution, mercantile establishment, college bloody dial plate of Europe point bins and bacon and beef, brawn I railroad officp and 9tate caPito1 in the land- Brain" W nted- Up I to victory, and ere long the and brain and genius and the Ithere In the Natlon'8 CaP,to,« over the doorway, hangs this sign *HE AVERAGE MAN spen...

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

©crmanij's Terms By Count Roon Germany is entitled to the following terms because of its strength, and until they are realized there should be no armistice: Annexation of Belgium. Annexation of the en- tire Flanders coast, including Calais. Annexation of the Briey and Longwy basins and the Toul, Belfort and Verdun regions eastward. Restitution to Germany of all her Colonies, includ- ing Kiaochow. Great Britain must cede to Germany such naval bases and coaling stations as Germany designates. Great Britain must give Gibraltar to Spain, cede , its war fleet to Germany, give Egypt and the Suez Canal to Turkey. Creece must be re-established under former King Con&tantine, with frontiers as before the war. Austria and Bulgaria will divide Serbia and Montenegro. Great Britain, France, and the United Stat*§ mutt pay all of Germany1! war :o$t , the indem^ nity being a minimum of $45,000,000,000. They must also agree to deliver raw materials immediately. France and Belgium must remain occu...

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

m m / 1 i REMINGTON .22 Caliber rifles and Cartridges fjr Shootir.j Ilitjht t r ..c .-.•■■! c • t.U ; t ioot r . r.yAf," A ' yfl tlic olJ fT>orton.au. 1 cl vu f!u« . nM', \.. I i, t tukratc Mf. . '" r.rumJ «.t tt i can.. «' ' .. u "l.. coxnjx- tif . .!.ii - c i.k t r-„ -!-r, r-i ?u <.Jvi;c i t. it. r..'. UMC lVfl#J arc r. ' : i .'.'ere:-.' no J til, from ri; ,L- ifc.'.rr, !. ve ryOfil t ( tin ii :. dftOMOOt rijht w..? Rcrr n ton UMC .22 (■ ".r. — ear. - tn.-u.'s arc tltc fi/uritci r i1 oo. ,/ ta v; \ t!.c M:.; ,aa, Uiur hooter - .1 Lxpcrt Uitlcrnaa U. S. Covcrr ; >«t,t clfcoratiarja awarded t. civilian rfi.d junior markimcn by the Nati< n«l Ri.l; Atsociatioafct WanLin^'tun. C.I a r «mif>^!on t MC. R..rl« and (. rtr .!wr * «i 1 tx.rt y u ira rVfAc, Sv'J ty Sftoriiny C%*oJi Dtchrs in Yaur Community Clean ami < 1y~ -r « *.•/' t *,<• fomln -ia- t.on Po J.-f . < 1. . an.! U.nl l'nvcul e the ur.Yiwr •; a:.- rv im metallic CARTuii (i ) f. JMPANV, Inc. Iargt It f IH*...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 4 October 1918

: -;h - FOOD (RILES ARE BEING ENFORCED WITH PENALTIES Men Who Sell Flour and 8ugj,- r sy Red Cross Benefits; Gin Con.iny Fined 1400; Licenses Restored. H. Ti. Mllln df Hit- Doja. • I Meld ItUlpccHon of the I'Vtl* i .. '■ O'l Aitmlnlnl rill Ion for Tpxu |ki: -•••; • > • tfm tloor of I). Ann * retell ry #t 224 Kant Hlxth Str «-e. 11<• . n t!• !i lith. n pluctiril nettlir.' fori! fart Hint the < I'liibllihnicnt l..ui 'ti r'anml for two «.lnyh ScptiTi1' IN etui l!' btwwiMi «>: vloliti i ; <•' «h rnli'H uml r«'v.i'luil<>n•« of th Htuti'x Fiiod Aditi.iilMraUoti In H'tycul flour it mi excBsslvc p. AfOll WHH lllwi ll'ljljlrpcl lO I'" 1 to Ihi' 11 mint on |( crctitlonal < which mini w:ih delivered to • i> tf en at Hie Houston Unlit \r Tfirj The |ilticnrd placed n. .it i' t'cor won ii liy '/s Inchi * anil v in held black I ■ 11■-11• 14 upon a v •:!• .• background. H"vent.-en <'m.. chiirqlnx viol i' «;! the food refiiilntMitiK l>. merchant* sv!io en a 11< ►;...

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

< How Much Would the KAISER Tax Your Business? Think this thought twice over: "If we should fail to win this war what would happen to my business?" What is left of business in the invaded districts of France and Belgium? What will be left of business here, if we fail to crush the sinister power of Prussian militar- ism? How much would you have left after paying the taxes and levies imposed by a victorious Germany? Defend Yourself With LIBERTY BONDS This is not only a war for Democracy and Liberty, but a war of self-defense. Germany menaces our rights, our self-respect, our homes, and our means of livelihood. Every citizen—every business man—has weapons of defense ready to his hand. These weapons are Liberty Bonds. We cannot all fight with guns and bayonets but we can all fight with Liberty Bonds. Buy to Your Utmost Of course you have bought Liberty Bonds. Every one has. But how many more will you buy? The success of the Fourth Loan and of the war itself depends on your answer to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 4 October 1918

r ! The Oldest Dry Goods Establishment in Albany Headquarters for Quality Merchandise Yes, quality is our motto. The house that appreciates your business---we study to please. SEDWICK & COOK ALBANY, TEXAS THE ALBANY NEWS ibsl.'ed every friday morning Richard H. McCarty, Ed. and Publisher t. HlchMd H McCjrfy toMciat* Editoi mm ttatprtt HcCarty Stciitv tiNtor Bntfirixi at th« Pout Ofllce at Albany. Tm*«. aa Second Olasa Mail MhI t«r Subscription $1.50 Per Year ADVKUTIHINCJ KATKS Utni.luy *ilvertiiMitiai<nU. Hingltt kitaarilona. 1 ( tH pi-r inch, 4uh«MKiu«int tnawrMon*. 12 12 n tier inch fur «ach insertion. Soitih rnduc- will hoi maUtf <m udvartiaMnanta that aro ont - I of a pate*' < r ruorn In na«. Locals and cad notii-HM, 10 cants pur Una for slngls Insertion, •eojtiant insertions <if lorain and r«iadi*ra. 5 iit-r llns fur oim Ii insertion. FRIDAY. OCT. 4, 1918. It now looks like we have got the Huns cinched. It looks now like tht Allies will have a turkey menu pretty...

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

Mfi'-T* &as JPT They're in to Win Fair targets, every one of these men. for the German riflemen and machine gunners hidden behind the parapet. But they are not thinking of the bullets whizzing past them; of the shelL bursting over their heads. They are intent on one thing — to scale that bark, lake the bndge head and win the day. And these men are made of the same stuff as *!! true Americans who read these words. If we are the arne stuff, let us prove it. Let us get into the fight as they do —to the limit — fcr Virtrry / ^ Thit Space Contributed to Winning the War by C J. CARTER KING I -~t mm' !> £ The Only llig Fair to be Held in Texas this Year! tho Government has granted Special on ail Railroads to (Waco During the Exposition Dates. > Government ban provijmi the I4iu Vl'inl War F«hilnt* hjuiteen .oiul ar * of War Trophies 41> h ; an mpimiri n in i elt, ami in w. ' hi. th« Tilt I IwbN i trntnent it tending nui arloaii* of Anv> uli'ir l and "t" i' A,S Coils Come and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 4 October 1918

1 *1 t«r7! A ML ■ ■ S. WEBB Attorney at Law, L. H. HILL Notary Public. a I WEBB & Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. ALBANY, (Shackelford County) TEXAS M. S. LONG ATTORNEY AT LAW Notary Public ■Ilk W. 1. Hwrlt Notice Dr. Brasher. of Stamford, w ill be in Albany Monday and Tues- day of the 2nd and Ith weeks of each month. If you need I'FA- TAL WORK don'l fail to see him. Am paying &• a ton for iron Alkiiy, • ~ Texas anj j a tun for i*>ne~. H. VT. Tomme. The Wise Man H. S. Long has J. S. Klliott employed painting his residence. Watch Alban> shine. The First National Bank Albany, Texas CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $100,000.00 WAR SAVINGS AND THRIFT STAMPS TRAVELER S CHEQUES YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED McComfa Market Nonwees Democratic Ftaary Needs Of* Cleaning Talk Always see to it that your clothes are clean and neatly ; reused it is e#*?*itial to a well groomed ap- pearan -e. We clean and t>ress men's suits neatly, carefully and reasonably. Stilts Calls...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 October 1918

J 4 >. Iht lAatw Hens *' , No. 19 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCT. 11, 1018 Wktte Nmter 1T95 DEMOCRACY IS PLAYING FOOT BAIL WITH CROWNS THE allied armies are pushing the bloody Huns back'.on the en tire Western front, and it now looks like the Rhine is Foch's Objective Bulgaria is down and out, and now here comes Ger- many, Austria and Turkey holding out the olive branch. Yes, De moeracy is playing foot ball with crowns. The Hindenburg line it crumbling, and ere long the Kaiser's war machine is going to fee crushed. Von Hindenburg and the Kaiser have had a row, and «■ a result of it Hindenburg has resigned as general of the army. There's a rift in the dark war cloud of Europe, and it looks to us fte something big is going to happen. The indications are that the lli— will turn down the Huns' peace proposals, and in the •vent they do, we suspect that the Central powers will counter at- tack with another peace move in the near future that in all prob ability will be acceptable to the all...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 October 1918

GRKAT WAIi SHOW FEA- TURE OF COTTON PALACfi Waco. Texas.—Aside froru ♦he multitude of features which annually make the Texas Cot- ton Palace exposition at Waco, the foremost of its kind in the Southwest, the chief featun- of thl.*. year's exposition in Waco November 2 to 17 iiu'nsive, will be display of the \Hitd War Exhibit. This exhibit rt\"v n.-ents a colleitc n of war ma- terials which takes ! I railroad cars to carry i it; exact weifiht 1 emsr ! 10.000 [tfuiruis. Th** xhibit a M int u:idi taking by tin' All r I K<>v<:n- ments and the tinted States jjovernmtrH. (: v ill b. on con- stant di«pUiv at th' <' <t t<i'al- et e this year ,'nd will e rout- ed direct to V; . from San Francisco, via <>:v tha. Its only exhibition will I : it of the Cotton Palatv '-r the entire "Southwest. PICS IS PICS \T WA( O AT ( OTTON PALACE TI.MI, Waco, Texas. — McLennan county boys who secured |>i>?s to the riumi er ' f nearly half a hundred through the ellorts of Assistan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 October 1918

t- I V > 1 ■ . • — M V ♦ • xl C..1-J ivcvolver Cartridges ,.looting - f - tar t •! oo«in J. / |!.c V ic J i f . c«(U • tul - v t r-. *.il aaj tiiAiii. uu* Jcpcnti l ..Tiia„l« i v , ** H«J I'xil branX t a r . ' ' i.t . *'V wi!a Ko* rr iy I -i tS« match, , , i ' 1 • , ' . t *>t l.tJ wia. tnj "form. «Ks ^ j\ WJ /*w. . L Car*rU.^'cj. ■ ! ' > ' til * .4 • '-1* t'f * • l' t K« S*> r j« J e • ' l.'l k* WH Uf«> UJ •> — f Kfrf i >' t .cr >«y . t .. • i M K«n>! *4 .1- Ml. ^ . « v l.i/ .. >t t >w . ' ' / . ;*jrttnj Can- !t Dt- 'trs m i >ur (.ymmunKy «/*< Rf.MI NCTON A RMS I NIONf MLTALLlCl AR f RIIK,* ( Inc. I I < '*** it I r#.| *•'«/ AmmnmU'on • ■ t!n W . / WUOLWURl'll liLiX, NtW YORK C. B. Snyder spent the day in town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Palm were in the city this week. Clarence Easter will read the News for another year. Thanks. Clarence. S.E. Ezell and son Hugh made a business trip to Fort Worth this week. Will George was here frum Wichita F...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 October 1918

• m [MIIIIMMMIMMIMIHU GARBAGE SAVING SnfflttJ' nt utfii-i i r« «< .•'i • from lio i whiiid js i an In* llit rnontIt (>t Whi Irm.i Am>-rl' , [i ciilcs lei i •. i- lli' • * chsrsi' for UK':. ' hull .iinl'iin 75 nilllli.ii ti-r I • ill' mil hi of I'oui.i! or ■"> i I i " i l" 1 ' srrnrilllU' to !w |r«iietl !• Unltfl -Hulls !'««•! A Iiim . ti.itmli Thf u rl:.<« Kit • '.> Milli i« 1 protiiu l i. •' • i ' i.' *f i '■ ' ill.** lfniin vt. . ,:iit :! . i'i mi ' I't.ii - Miitl for Mblell I i■ I •• Ms tli inii.i SI tin ti'i I Tin- flKurt** Imili.itr ai iniiit •• u Ihf iinoiml ui M i «* rtiovt-rfil in i lh<- am<! pt-rloil la*t ),ir. (articular!) iii Cllll iIKO Will I. ►llinvnd till llll I ' M • well ov *r I 11 |it-i i i mI The imtlr* • mount of t;r>HM rvi<mri l I* <«u in cronmi of 4*. jn-r i fill in' May. IHI7 Thf rcturir an from tlt-vi'ii i uw fbsxtni; a total I'OlHil.iltini t'l it 'ti 6,0 *-i mm Bintt the cmn|ialKii for Mrlmit' * lit!Illstlun hai< li n iirx«...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 October 1918

0 ^ Navy i Huns' Grave, r /S We Must Furnish the Spade' — Billy Sunday By REV. WILLIAM A. SUNDAY Uncle Sam's Liberty war chest needs filling again I We have the cash to fill it as many times as he lifts the lid. There are only two horns to this dilemma— you are either a patriot or a traitor. The men on the firing line and on the battle- ships have turned from business, home, mother, wife, chil- dren, and they stand ready to give their Jives and shield with their bodies us who remain at home. We are unworthy to be thus protected, if we do not do our utmost to sustain them. We must be one in our determination to win this war. We are traitors to the cause for which they are giving their lives, if we do things here that make their efforts harder. Life is not worth living unless there is some- thing to live for. Life would not be worth living if that bunch of Hemits should win. That is why they cannot win. That is why we cannot lose. What a mountain of crime God has on his books against ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 October 1918

V". Kr" <*** ~~ _ .♦!, * The Oldest Dry Goods Establishment in Albany Headquarters for Quality Merchandise P «w~ Yes, quality is our motto. The house that appreciates your business—we study to please. SEDWICK & COOK ALBANY T E X A S ■J, iliE ALBANY NEWS !SSl?KI> EVERY KK1DAY MORNING R, nard M. McCarty. Ed. and Publisher , Hicham . «kC m famuli tills- • < *cC*t S«cit( Uit i Km ..red «t Ik* Pu*i Odk* •' A!b«n . r *.- m Sarund CIim. Mail * tt*r ; BSCRiPTiOiN $1.50 PEK YEAR ADV KKTltfWG KATKS. i -in*!* '■•••♦rtiure*, lo mi i% p«r inch. «uh*«fguont ifiMirttuftft. !- 1 **>. * i>er inch for tmctt niMrttun. Sean r -tut u. < wiil btf miulv •# ulvvtiaciMnts thut ar« im- Ihir.J of « or iuoi« in •!««•. Locale* ant) r.ud- v . : oiicm, 10 c«ntM omr line for tintfU: ifiaartion. ImumiiI inMrtluna of locaift « -d r«mlt-r% & •«• « i>«r lina for aarb 'iwrtinn. FRIDAY. OCT. 11. 191S. The Kaiser says that the Ma- cedonian line has crumbled, and that's one time that the fathe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 October 1918

n PICTURING VICTORY IS UNIQUE THEME WACO EXPOSITION I both buy and sell Bonds R. E. Nail L J America By DR. FRANK CRANE Amcrica is coming of age. The nation's hundred years of democracy have been but the preparation for its manhood. It is a cheap jibe to say that America was unprepared for this war. It has had the mightiest preparation in the history of nations. For over a century Destiny has been preparing in this New World a spirit of triumphant Democracy. Such a spirit cannot be made. It must be grown, inbred. On this Western Continent Destiny has been training the young Galahad for the rescue of the world. Nature has an antidote for every poisoa American Democracy Is the Antidote for German Autocracy « Ev*ry one of our w«r has b*en for the WK purpose: to liberate the common man. The Revolution of 1776 was to net the privileged class of England off the backs of the American Coloni t who weie redeem- ing this wilderness. The War of 1812 was to rescue Ameri- can seamen from oppress...

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