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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 October 1918

S. WEBB Attorney at Law. L. H. HILL Notary Public. \l'"* r' ^ ■ ' M -. \m .1 WEBB & HILL W Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, CoDecting and Insurance Agents. ALBANY, (Shackelford County) TEXAS ^4 A $100 lob For Yoo Notary Public Oflte* wllk W. L. H*rrU M. S. LONG The Government and big bus- ATTORNEY AT LAW iness firms are continually offer- ing Draughon-traintd students ' good ollice positions at $iv> to $125 per month. Government approves and business men in- dorse our Civil-Service-Mercan- _ m m^WM,^tile Bookkeeping course. About ; 85 per cent of the Government — stenografers write our system of rVTK«fk lV|r;n man shorthand. More than KH. 1 ne " 15 t, Juan stenographers. bookkeejiers and Heeds Dry Cleaning Talk bankers owe their success to our Always see to it that your clothes courses. Money-back contract «—!- « pearance. and FREE Civil-Service course We clean and preu men's suits to those who enrol, NoW Lib- neatly. carefully and reasonably. . erty Bonds accepted tmm those Suit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 18 October 1918

n - * ▼M* XXXY, Nt. 20 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCT. 18, 1918 WMeNmber 179* Contract Let For Road Construction Capt. Fontleroy, Federal engi- neer, was here Monday helping to make medicine and good roads for Shackelford county. His bus- iness here was to close up the contract for the east end of Al- Uncle Pete Holcomb Passes Away bany and Stephens county road. The contract was taken by the about a week. Uncle Pete county, and the consideration an old timer in West Texas. The sad news was received here this week, announcing the death of Uncle Pete Holcomb. He died in Pensacola. Florida. He was down there on a visit, and was taken with a severe case of influenza, and only lived was He BMIKHEM) NATIONAL HIGH- WAY PATHFINDING COMMITTEE VTUDGE J. A. King has been officially notified that the Bank- ^ head National Highway Pathfinding Committee will arrive in the'city of Albany November 4th, 1918, at 1:00 p. m. This com- mittee will lunch in the city, and will leave for Abilene at 2 p. m. On...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 18 October 1918

le 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. SEDW1CK & COOK ALBANY, TEXAS 1HE ALBANY NEWS laSULU EVERY KRIDAY MORMNC Richard H. McCarty. Ed. and Publisher (KMX I cC.rt, tatatl (dltai * n Hir|4r«l tkCartf ... Social? laittt %!it. the Pv*t OGc9 t Albany. S«comlCl«h >*•:! MttUr Subscription $1.5<i Per "Year ADVKKTISINO RATES. DMyiuy advertiMOMtf t.. mjfle im-rtwne. 16 :m inch; ■abMTient m««rtion •. 12 1-2 #*«•!• p#r inch for « «ch i eurvor.. Sum** r*uu«- *.ar\ will b* on adv-rt ie«rn*r te that r* one- . of m pitM« ur nuri *r • ** I «c«! am! rwad I ••*> . 10 r«nU per h >• for •in®'*' fortion. • innertwm* o' toe*ip nn.i r*m6*r* '■ ••fir* r*r tin* for «*ch ir.Mrtton. We have shot Germany's war machine all to thunder, and the Huns are crying for peace. lust take otf your crowns boys and stack your arms, and then we will tell you what is what. FRIDAY. O...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 18 October 1918

s 7 "Force, to the Utmost" That plunging: squadron of Ger- man Cavalry, expecting to carry all before it in one mad rush, learned to the full, from a little body of American troops, the meaning of the President's words. Force, greater even than the military rulers of Germany cao imagine—the overwhelming, ir- resistible force of a great, free Nation aroused to tight for its Lib- erty and the Liberty of the World. "Force to the Utmost" <^Wen by the Million 1 Shot, shell, guns, airplanes, tanks ships — anything and everything required to drive home the meaning of the Prcijiucr'^ words to make plain, to the authors of the war, the fact that witn such force, of men and of spirit, wc must inevitably win. If j "The Army and Navy will dig the Huns' grave, bat We must furnish the Spade" By REV. WILLIAM A. SUNDAY — Billy Sunday I'ncle Sam't Liberty war chest needs filling again! We have the cash to fill it as many times as he lifts the lid. There are only two horns to this dilem- ma—you ar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 18 October 1918

Leon Swell Dead , Leon Gooch, on of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Gooch, passed away Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. He was taken very suddenly with influenza, which developed into pneumonia, and in spite of ail that medical skill could do, death elaimed him u its victim. Leon was about lf> years of age, was a bright, intelligent and model youth, and hin passing was a great sorrow to his father and mother. The News extends con- dolence to the family in their great sorrow. At this writing, Thursday morning, we under- stand that the funeral services will be h>-:«1 this afternoon about five o'clock. The Soldier's Chances in War It has be*n est mated from calculatioi s mad'* from death rates in recen wars that thr rate of casualties and deaths in battle rarely rise to over ?ix per thousand. Curiously enough, the grieving mother, the worr . iok wife, the fearful hunt, forgot that the annual deuth rate from disease of men of military :i-.< in civil life i« only ti 7 per tin i - and. The rep...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 18 October 1918

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 18 October 1918

r v" ai ' S. WEBB Attorney at Law. L. H. HILL Notary Public. H WEBB & 7i Land, Live Stock, Loan, Ci and Insurance Agents. ALBANY, (Shackelford County) TEXAS Enr- M. S. LONG ATTORNEY AT LAW Notary Public OflM with W. L. Morris Albany, - - Texas L.!- I The Wise Man Heeds Dry Cleaning Talk. Always see to it that your clothes are clean and neatly pressed it is essential to a well groomed ap- pearance. We clean and pressmen's suits neatly, carefully and reasonably. Suits Called for and Delivered. ttutU m*if to imltvuJuMl iwurw ( all mjhI ■arrpU-a of attr+ng ami mimmcr *uim. WILL G. STANDIFER TK1.KP1IONK IMI. Letter From Frank Matthews Sept. 15. 1918. My Dear Mamma: How is everybody this morn- ing'-' How is Paga, has his leg gotten well yet? Your letter came last week. Guess you have heard from me before now, have you not? We had a pleasant J trip, are all well and doing fine. Tom and the rest are still with us. Saw Howard McKelvy the other night. Wish 1 could tell you all I know, but...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 25 October 1918

I 1 ' 1 I Die lUktna Sr s V, No. 31 ALBANY, TEXAS* FRIDAY, OCT. 25, 1918 When We Graduated From Other Viewpoints Bulgaria now knows that war, Fixing The Roads Anywhere in this broad land as a money-making proposition, you may see a toiling band, fix- LONG time ago. when we were a red-headed, freckled-faced, is a jtoor business. Indianapolis ing up the country highway with ignorant, gawky country lad. of some fifteen or sixteen sum- Star. a scraper and a plow. Every i more or less, the red down had just begun to overspread our "Our troops are retreating to year the same old thing: Menand upper lip, and the blissful bud of boyhood was just bursting into prepared Perdition," is the way scrapers there by .jing, grading "Up, to Stay Hp" IV E RECEIVED a postal card from Eual Lieb this v« nouncing the fact that he had arrived safely overseas. the reverse side of this postal card was an American flag, and derneath this (lag was printed this declaration: "Up, to stay 091.' the full blown ros...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 25 October 1918

ft V m, i% The Oldest Dry Goods Establishment in HI iy m J. ■ i Headquarters for n 4 Quality Merchandise \ u ;{ • ,4 0 i? a .> Yes, quality is our motto. The house that appreciates your business—we study to please. SEDW1CK & COOK VI.lt AN V, TEXAS i HE ALBANY NEWS SlCEO EVERY FRIDAY MORNING chard H. McCarty E* and Publish w •«, ueftMit I. McC Jrt UK* - * hji« mtnH Unti MM • .mil It tk. riwt O*'. !! f«" — «uniKW<l il * «•' m;; scWPTtoN $l.3*> Per Year AUVMTIXIN'i KATBS < . tilmt tiiwftl* iiMHrrtmnn. iNir inch. mJMmW manrlttti*, ii . i r.ch f« «*b nMkdoa Som« l«4iw- be mi i > «l c« un . . I • u>i*« •" ■• * ln '•**■ Uie l wmI ""*1 .1WH 10 ««■>■ var 'turn Nr «•■«<« MNwrtwn. . fc .i.wiil HiMrrltUitit •> c « n.l -> ii.r liiui fur «®ch Imwtiun < RIDAY. OCT J5. ii>lS. Changing The Map 'Lhe Czechoslovak National ( uncil has been recnized by t!.*' Entente ud that means une-tenths of the world as a government carry irk on war legitimately against tri" Ce...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 25 October 1918

na Aa aa Mil •MAYS, HAIRCUT, fttiampoo or a — * Cats lbsTsaswial ^ -a- laaaage Far to* WILSON fc BI66S Not and Cold Bath. A(roera roa Waco Steam Laundry Ill State af Tim mi .Hbarketfar.1 T«a «V lwn^ raUMwUJ U> ikimiwm R. iiiliri mi by mkmff i ^b>Vaim **f rka C ■ r.a. (m <■(* in mtK waafc far fu«r wcreaai** *«*b I « tb ntan da* h#r^f in iwtr dwitly, if r llwrvm, if o*)4. ilWa m t pvfel'*iM«t VI IW CM JiwIa-iaUs I>a nrur(i M if ttov* t* aa #•>**- * « & -ate#.! ia «• t Jv^rtel DkMrvl *lwra* «t a nawH>at>** |H bt fo t •t Di tnr« to taut CM Juaiirisal Ih f of Sb«-ltv!f«ni rMunCy r af! 5ba Mil *#w*i*r l m f Dlill la t Cwtft of 3harfc t!f'i* l maty «• to >«W a«* M lk fiwrt H««w« Itowf « A >•"> T-*a* m tfeiM MMkday « Dwrntof 1 K -to mu*w batojr <!• "Nk «ft y «f Itortwtof l i« «fc-wa> ar t Ifcuwt to laaawi ■ |i«Hiitinm rtliH s *a.rf I'wwrP *>n Uto mil «4ay afOru^tof '.♦t* m a m-\ lumtorM mm III DuriiaC mi maA Cumttt Km TUT. abaratm 1 D I ndltt >n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 25 October 1918

«*~vf"' by Belgian R«tl«r Commmion During Wtrt NfUmbtr lasted Mutt Ralee MN Tana. «et in Tenth With Your L*o*l Had Craaa and aive All Yau Can Sheriff's Site Rial Estate The Pearce Backsuth Stop I Say. we make a specialty of "Wonwork. oring in your old and have them made Tmnmm. I have levied u|k*j thim the tr\*i day of <M U/tmrr. 191m. and will on the Oth day of Novem- ber. 191*. it bring UM ftrst T'ie day in aaw) month, between the hour* of 10 o'ckvrk a. rn and 4 o'clock p. m.. in front of the Court Huuf- dour of Shark- elford County. aril to the highMt bidder, for ra h in ha/ d. all the rtfht, title and mtert^i which (i. (ientho ha<i on the 2nd day of October. l'Jl*. or at any time thereafter, of. in ami to the following deerntsed property. to-arit The South want Quarter IS. W. 1-41 of Section No. forty fK Blind A«y!um land, rontAining 1*2 1-2 acre* of land. «ave and except a atrip of iand !-'< f«*et waj - >>ft of th*- North *idc of taid Survey and along tha North li...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 25 October 1918

He Company Albany • Abstract • J. M. W#od, Manager 01 lusts ad Oil Lands a Complete Attract Books to Shackelford County Not a speculator, but handle everything on strictly a commission basis. OFFICE IN FIRST NATIONAL BANK, ALBANY, TEXAS Corala / Jterannala ITI* <■■■ HQiWti Iti ruilm ti —11 r^"* >h* and pi mm of r«id«nc« of Mf visiters eeesrly in Um wmk u po«aibl«. It you know of otbor peraonoli kindly Mnd Umni >1m with Um ntiM of tb# commuakant. This will crwttly maroiot Th Nova In k«*>- lnf In touch with loot! knpponlngtsnd will b« high lyapproetoUd Kditor. ) life fisdMn — Say, if you want a nice grave Max Blach of Birmingham, monument-see Frank Wyatt. Ala., sent us the price of a sub- — ; scription this week. J. N. Alexander of Moody! sent us the price of a subscrip- tion this week. Arthur Burns of Pauls Valley will read the News the coming year. Am paying $y a ton for iron and $14 a ton for bones. B. W. Tomme. George Newcomb is a new subscriber to the News—the chil- d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 25 October 1918

I ' w I 1 S. WEBB Attorney at Law. L. H. HILL Notary Public. WEBB & HILL Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. 1 1 J ALBANY, (Shackelford County) TEXAS * 1 * lis® M. S. LONG ATTORNEY AT LAW Notary Public Vllct with W. L Vorrla Albany, - - Texas The Wise Man r Heeds Qry Cleaning T.# Always see to it that your clothes are clean and neatly pressed it in essential to a well groomed ap- pearance. We clean and pressmen's suits neatly, carefully and reasonably. Suits Called for and Delivered. Builamatlu to individual rm-u<tn< Call nm| HmiipU'M <*f H|irintc -minimi ujiIk. WILL G. ST4ND1FER TKl.KI'HONK 1M). Letter From Wyatt Lipscomb France, Sept. I'.Hh. IMS, Mr. W. G. Webb. Albany, Texas. Dear Friend: 1 have just been through a very successful drive and am thankful to .say that I am still right side up with care. It was in the sector, guess the papers were tilled w:th the good news. Will try to give you some idea of the battle. cannons began belching for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 November 1918

,rjif ' Mtm ,N«.n ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOV. 1, 1918 A Big Little Answer Ford Tractor Demonstration Counties Send lack Drouth Money moo ▼▼ Sto DROW WILSON is the Dudley G. Wooten of the United States. Dudley Wooten was probably the most cultured On Monday. Nov. 4th, W. J. Dodson. proprietor of the Ford garage, will give a demonstration of just what the Frod tractor will do. Come out and see just what Henry Ford has done for the farmers of this nation Farming made easy. The Last Sad Rite Some Where In France. Sept. l'Jl*. A few Texas counties which had been sent money by W. W. Seley, in charge of distribution of the drouth relief fund for drouth stricken counties in Tex- as. have returned the checks sent as a first installment by Mr. Seley. They state that they ap- preciate the proffered relief, but are amply able to take care of the situation themselves and will do so. Counties which have returned 4"feNE of Shackelford county's soldier boys was laid to rest la the Albany Cemetery W...

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

I m" ■> _ _ ■ tmi'M ■ W 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 TEXA% L i HE ALBANY NEWS Our Grip On the Future. lssl'kd kvery ituday morning fttckard H. HcCarty. £d and Publisner More than two million vigorous young hands are withdrawn from production, yet we are producing At Allv-f ?••••. •• more goods than ever before at Subscription $1.50 Per Year the rate of fifty billions a year, mnrauic um according to the calculations of J'"■■■■ *"*•** ■yT?-.* the Federal Reserve Board. We •kJ* pm IMI mmmtrnm* ir I * have sent more than a million StiilM"""*!* Ltaliuatai Mm fw ■'<^ Klin i mt ink «~1 • imtmn I FRIDAY. NOV. 1. 191X. Wheat sovriof is the order the day now. of soldiers to France. We are turning out a hundred thousand ions of shipping a week. We are piling up munition®. The last fiscal year we paid the Federal Governm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 November 1918

roa AM OTTO-DAT* SNAVI, HAIRCUT, Shampoo or Massage Go to tlM Tonaortel Pmrlor -at- WILSON & BI66S Hot and Cold Bath. AGENTS FOE Waco Steam Laundry The State of Ttxas To th« 8heriff or any CorwUble of ShiukelforH county, greeting: You are hereby c*wnm*n«le l to summon (ieorg* H. Anderson by making publication of hw Cita- tion once in Mch week for four ■uccMaive wwkii pieviou* to th« return ilay hereof, in norm* news- paper pubfiahed in your county, if there b - k aewpeprr pnhHwhH therein, but if not, then in My paper published in the 42nd Judicial Dmtrict Sat if there be no n«?wnpaper pttblinh*-*! in aid Judicial District, then in a newttpai>« r puhlmhc*! fai the nearest Dietrict to na>d 42nd Judicial Dim- trtet to appear at the next r*irular term «>f th* District Court of Shac kelford county, lo Ik? hold* «n at the Court House thereof, in Albany, Tcxan. on the 2nd Monday in December, I9IM, the *am«- being th«* th day of December. 191 *. th«-n and (Sere to answer a pet ...

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

I BATTLEFIELDS OF EUROPE FOR TEXANS' VIEW s.> to Kl'an 4 ittleflnkl ■ l.uj All Texas caniuit ,j *n<! walk over tr • buttleilnlil.- l) plan* have bt-■ t laid to t>i. > .1 tatMelleld to Tpvji.i. at Waco ■ -| Teniber 2 to 17. an.l snt it iI j'mi ."■? Iho door of Tex t.; tor two wet ;.* . (i that everyone mav M lt It. ThrouKli tlio Committee on l'i Inl-iincition. the T«* * Cotton I'.il.i. MKotiatlon and tin. government!' t4 Great Britain, France. Italy. H'"l- -i CUtvada and the I at'.ed Stiti'a it i • Joined iorcnit to ipmnent thin k! mtn 4I play. Already -line tarloadu -null there will Ito fourlttmi In al' -of 1 >, Hired war material and of linplont of war uaad by mt and our ,Vl..e* fcave arrived In Wm:o. The tUlS (!otb)li I'alate ft in 1 ;i thiiu'd over to the nihlblt \ kii part of the va.ti <rour.il* will l< t Changed into a t'V 'field with the ticrror of war lull out. There from November - to 17. CliiHive, one may valk throm-.h a ri (Ilea of front line 'renchts....

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

«■ -a. A • Mstraci • J. M. Wood, Manager Oil leasts and Oil lands a Specialty Complete set of Abstract Books to Shackelford County H«t a speculator, but handle everything mi strictly a commission basis. OFFICE III FIMT NATIONAL BANK, ALBANY, TEXAS J. M. Cottle was up from Mo- ran Tuesday. M. C. Taylor is on the honor roll for another year. Henry Green was over from Stephens county this week. Col. G. E. Waters flipped us the price of the News this week. torala Jkraonala Hfcj Hfl« lt« mil m r^***'* thanauM* and pIkm of rMkdane* of •ayrMtmaaaerlr l «fca waak aa poaaiMa. If ynkixwf oUar mhii—li kindly aand lUaih, altli Ita uaai if"" ThU will (raatlr aaalit Tha N.wa In kaav- |w |a toaak villi loaal happanlncaand wlllba hltblrappraalaud. - Editor. 1 .! H. E. Conger was down from Wood eon this week. C. P. Smally was down from Breckenridge this week. E. C. Simms has paid up his •ubscription another year. Dick Moberly has joined the Newa family for another year. Supt B. S. Holland came in th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 November 1918

v j v 4<> mm* r , ' * > 'H WEBB & HILL S. WEBB Attorney at Law. ALBANY, _*y- i L. H.HILL Notary Public. Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. (Shackelford County) TEXAS M. S. LONG ATTORNEY AT LAW Notary Public OOlce with VV. L. Morrl* Albany, Texas The Wise Man 0< Heeds Dry Cleaning Talk. Always see to it that your clothes are clean and neatly pressed it is essential-to a well groomed ap- pearance. We clean and press men's suits neatly, carefully and reasonably. Suits Called for and Oelivered. Huita riiiMlc to imlivHltiitl «n«*N uri fall Mini *«•«• rumpli'M of NprinK Rummer mi it* WILL G. STANDIFER ik>U:rn<>NK iMi. A Simple Home Remedy (Philadelphia Record) I feel as if 1 should like to do a little something to try to help save our people from this awful disease, and I believe if the people will use my simple remedy nine out of every ten would be saved. 1 have used it in my family for more than 20 years, with great success. Take a pie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 November 1918

John Self 1031 9th «t . -;w 8fo pratm Hens ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOV. 8, 1918 Ike Bankbead Pathfinding Commission Arrived AS PER previous announcements, the Bankhead Pathfinding Commission arrived in the city of Albany Monday at 1 p. m. The Ward Cafe had an excellent lunch prepared and twenty-two hungry road boosters sat around the festive board and did their doty like good soldiers. Quite a number of Albany's good road boosters met the Commission at Breekenridge and did the piloting •ct. They held an interesting mass meeting at Breekenridge, and the Commission put it up to the cititens of Stephens county just What they would have to do to secure this highway, and we really believe they are going to fall in line-and Brethren, you must do H, as ft great opportunity is knocking at your door. During lunch •t Albany, speech making was the order of the hour, and road of this crash and thunder, building was the subject at bar. Judge J. A. King was toast- ' J -' 1 ■Milter for the occasion...

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