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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 November 1918

' n y r 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. SEDWICK & COOK V a \LHANY T EXAS ! HE ALBANY NEWS EVERY KRIUAY MORNINO Rtchard H. McCarty, Ed. and Publisher •ft .Mi* N HiCarti • Mi cult Kite' ■k. Hsiguil McCaity • • $*>•' The road <irayr is the most im- portant implement in .Shackel- ford county. f rod at the Po«l Oflte* *t Albany. T«*a . '*• Second Claws Mat I ttatlar t,' ■ .VCKU'TION $1.50 PER YEAR AMVKKTIHINO KATRt! • . i>isy wlvertleemente. iinwriums. IS • . |H r inch; RubMyunm insert k m*. 12 I i •a - r Inch for rh I iwruun Home r«|m • •• vui iw Mind* on •d««rtkMOMnitii tbat ir«< una- . if Of MM III MM> liOOttllMMl r- h<I • . •« tie**. 10 r«iiU p«r lln« for insertion. < H|ijrnt mnarttona of locals and rm.drr* ' - i *r line* for «a<h InMfOHI. I-'RIDAY, NOV. x, 1918. The war clouds an* breaking | a iv. Wi'll, Shackelford...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 November 1918

ff I • be VI, HAIRCUT, WUON& and Cold Bath. Iteam Laundry 111 Staliff Ttus ae Mf r< n*'ehie 'tt Kheelw lf' rrl irnmmiindH f «n amwin ' ;«aer«e taking pi«MW?atkm of 'Hi* (o'e. tn —nft wwk for turn wrreemv* mmmk* tm (kf artaim rfay hererrf tn wrt* *«rwa- fimr •aunf.y, I# fcBere I* e r.Beretn. N a if nor. then m liMifi f in t.he find Jiattetal DwrtrWrf to no rw« «*>•<)fr inltltaM m *im«I iBam in e newapeper puBlieBwl I ftMTMf fa 4anl «nd J inline! oa- at *hm neaf rrnnnlmr **rm •* 'ft* f HBarhelfoH -minty. t/u to hol«l aa at tBa (Wt lifiM W. rn Alton/ T« a*. I rti Pfwmtor \MH, fcl lay 'ft Daeamher IWB. *1 Aa*a tm eaaeree a pat.ifwm ftlerf in mtd < *a 17th 'lav *#Of/.tor I'JIM, in e «Wif. numhmrml mm tile DmM 4# *ael Caort Wo. 7R7. wherein I ft Ladd wwl & P Nan mm, r**t*lwnfc oif-.teen* >f TaJMM)h!a. mm Plaintiff*. and 0* nrwm H Mmlmr mm. raeMfcrat tMam *«# Tt«Ja* Oklm.. m tfmfmml art, ami *afct pattern ed*«n* thar n '*> a#w*it tfka Wta rfape# September I'MM. th...

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

tlSKET f H L IcliwUb tbto af thto Citaci-*. DNMk r which ' of ItlT WW CM. i M allowed M ithly wr hdwit*. of Mir to December 1917. patriotic I not ndtntaid "by cut u ir con- In m pound* per appare-v:« and WW oStaialn* sugar In a a'If lea. Tbe ■ It fhor- ali maonfac , are (tatrnlM j tloa sad la Ik foaMlii I ■m*r,.!:r«n 'ha- aw I Mat of lb* amount or lie (late Dlrctltr Horn# IcmwiIU, M at Fond Administration ana Untax Men** Otn «rat>w Avant Who's starting off to school tor lb* very flrat lime !hia month* For sucli an f rni a* Impnrtaai as a birthday annlT r«arr or a clrcaa day. the Utile lancb basket houid be carefully pa ■<-■ ft. V'bat lo put la It. an well ai. .n lie oliier kiddies' lunch bo* la on the mod of American nixhm ibla year ait never Mm. Tbe need to make the nesl generation vigorous ha* road.- a deep impr'xtnton on l country jkliocil hir.chea are going to be pack- ed more carefully than e*er before, aad I ha evening meal will not be re "led upon to make up for the nut...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 November 1918

■ ■; i Ijpswftf AUMNV, TEXAS />Jferfinttala 1 Bradford Us cell for an- te great >'* Ok 1B.M m to ft of bar M. Ewing. left vMn S* ktsand ihntii Jake Taylor is on the honor roll for another year. PL'"*'"■■•!)■■-i""J '."iLllL—'JJS.!!!.J. J1J J.*#* Bizzell of Stamford wilt raad the News for another Rev. J. E. Eldridge left Tues- for Abilene to attend the annual conference. E. E Crudgington of Breck- enridge sent us $1.50 the past sek and will continue to read the New*. R. 0. Rogers, away out in New Mexico, sent the price of Albany and Dallas News the Mrs. Geo. Gober of Throck- morton called at the News office at weak and paid away ahead for the News. mind that I am in the tombstone can suit you in this business and I US line. / Franjf Wyatt Mrs. Lon Anderson met us on thestrssts the past week and aU as a cheek for renewal of subscription to the News. George Conrad was down from Dalhart thia weak. George has of prosperity on hia of rain, and he will rend the News aaotbsr year. All ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 November 1918

v*$k- gp :i • - v V" T) S. WEBB Attorney at Law. ALBANY, L. H. HILL Notary Public. Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. (Shackelford County) TEXAS I §®S% ■ ^ " £. Th Wise Man Heeds Pry Cleaning Talk Always sec to it that your dotties are c'ean and le-atl' acs-ed it is essential to a w• • 11 groomed ap- pearance. We ciean and pre - men's -nit neatly, care fully ami reasonably. Suits Called lor uiri Delivered. Sli ' IlliiW III 111* 11 V Mill 1 MiimjiU . H! I ('ail and lit * WIIX G. STAM>JFER Thl l l'lliiM Giving Paris The "Once-Over I,know yuu arc cr i,< tu hear what I though' about Paris, it beiti" th tii.-it lini I ever seen it. V II, .11>*•. 'til I can -ay is that Paris remirio-. im* f Phila delp'ni i . . b "i ! l'ht at; i ■' u ' i • * i . ■" am! the t',:.. n st;. U.i tit.* la I '.il ix I :i H i■ < i, M iiJit Hi■ udu i; .i ,t the electric light theater . hotels and carburets. Kvery otin r place is a resturant. and the ones in between are cafes. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 November 1918

H Albany V«LXXXV, No. 24 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOV. IS, 1918 THE WORLD WAR HAS CLOSED T E armistice has been signed Death Of Wife And Husband Letter From Clifford Dunn The sad news reached Anson Oct. 6th, this week of the death of Mrs. I >ear Mother, and all. The beast of Berlin and his Hayden Burns at her home in I am sure you all will be great- is THE OLD MAN irns at her noma in ■ - auryou an www Kr*ai- Safl(j^st thoU(<ht that comeg to our mind is th&! of gnming bloody cohorts have absconded, and the civilized world is free. l'"st ( :ty lust I hursday, and > -urpri-ei to ,ear trom me, i It's said of our brave soldier boys in Europe that they Tile allies have given Germany thirty days to comply with the that her husband died the fol- but howtw r I havt n t forgottt n ,jo not d, e id to d e, but the thoughts of beingcripoled and maimed armistice, and then when complied with, they will it down around lowing ilay. Heath in both in- vou. \ouall mi-r t u.u,s ith for life a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 November 1918

! The Oldest Dro Goods Establishment in Albany! Headquarters for Quality Merchandise f Yes, quality is our motto. I he house that appreciates your business—we study to please. SEDWICK & COOK Alii {ANY. t i: V. 131 azasum:) m uns «> ir crw i - a" rut: ALB AM MWS s KD EVERY FRIDAY M ..NSNu ar lh*k Mr/ . ttcftaid H HcCo'ty. Eel nd Publisher Sa\. ll«>U:id how i * ^1 * lifkt* tr new tinners • 4 ciMfd * IteCi • *1- . ,.;aC I JIM* * •*. • «♦ «i ?b« r« t «*• •« \;*a t • *♦ 4#«f or. J IL • "i« V *W*P k*'- > k-" . > mriluN SlaU Pub Yi vt: i> pc. Ilohar.d is over run « ah cr an- A ,• are thin tntr il« selling* ir t?ne> tii.i !>uy insrus a er> wn tst to be spurt v >• your crowns m •, i ain't t.i1 \'.r.ir t *; uvailiihi. HI - *yu- -fc- - i* 9*i> v*k. * •unrrt * « *«r ,tf f«e * «arvt Nii. * fc Mite•***«•* ' 1L m4 C * •< w • i • .% > v r 4 ♦ . rv-MPfftimUfc J/ u Wf * • 4 # - • - •• r ' -. * * *®*f- • T • R.-d F ;^ F< hax Well. uld man v<. n H indent ir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 November 1918

i L The • Albany • Abstract • Company J. M. Wood. Manager Oil teases and Oil Lands a Specialty Complete set of Abstract Books to Shackelford County Not a speculator, but handle everything on strictly a commission basis OFFICE IN FIRST NATIONAL BANK. ALBANY. TEXAS Corals & frnuntah; 1 Mrs. Henry Woodard Dead Mrs. Henry Woodard, after a brief illness, died Sunday morn- ing at 2 o'clock. She was taken with .'t severe case if influenza and only lived a short while. Her last remains were laid to rest in the Albany Cemetery Sunday evening. The News extends condolence to the bereaved fam- ily. Naw>r«qtu«t*iU r<wlrri to msilor ph«r« in th« nam< i and !>!*<-••• nf f uir tialtortMaarly in tl>« w««li * If you know of other wracnala kir.dl* tbomtUu with th n m of thi r.mmiiturint Thia will «r a: l> wnt Tkf S™ >i ln®inlo«llwHk!Qt lh |iP nin «and ailHwhuklyipiTKiaM Ki.ito* ) I Services at M. K. church at Frank Hubbard was up from ft p m Moran Wednesday. I'ill Led bette...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 November 1918

J ? L. H. HILL Notary Public S. WEBB Attorney at Law. WEBB & HILL Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. ALBANY, (Shackelford County) The Wise Man Heeds Dry Cleaning Talk. Always set* to it that your Hollies are clean and neath pressed u is essential to a well groomed ap- pearance. We clean and press men's suits neatly, carefully and reasonably. Suits Called foi and Delivered Suit* ni ul«* im<Ii\ xltml 'in i ir« < ". || i*t.<I •ttini'U'H «if n|irniK Htul .min«'> iiiIm. WILL G. STANDIFER TKLKI'lloNI " Extract From Telegraph And Telephone Service Bulletin No. 5 Otfice of Postmaster (General Washington. August lis. li l> Order No. l'.t '.l. Owing to me nt.ess'tv for con- serving labor and material and eliminate a cost wluc.i is now borne by the permanent u.-< r o! the telephone, a reaiine ^ t" serve installation charge will he made on and after September 1. 191N. for all new installations; also a charge for all changes in location of telepho...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 November 1918

If Berlin Had Won I f i lermanv li ul won the war rid her I'll of faUe ideas by ex- lierienoinkf their bitter fruit. Nations, 1 iki• mankind in uen- the terms -the would haveimpo-- fr.il must learn through experi- Ml on the Ulien would have gun* weing that honesty is a virture the limit in extortion. There bevau.e it actually m pravtiv is *. , , . . ...i was no olfi.-ial statement of what fhe N'st policy. Km is City the> would be evepi the assur lime anee-(rfivcR o-it bv the Herman li,.;,,, thai ,!„■ full The Slate ef Teias (•II f I if the W ir Woul I be impo ed J* • (>rrat Variety of I'i>h i ; on Market to i n>jn | i A , . \ ; M i : |)a*s.' ! # • : Appetite on •'Meatless : ■ i i hi * am1 ' .« ! ■ -I • H f . • u '. I'll '" I <1 < "I " i: I •" u o woilid ' v , M . ■ .* .I in the con<| i'-red nat m wliitdi M • i ii", ■, ' 'drat' the leaden i « \1 | ,.i ■, ,, il t Hi. ■ WH h i w-itflit" lb«"i'.:;i generations to , ,. t- • • , , v I , I M l .« I"- POtTle rV~v. r' * ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 November 1918

sr* *- .. ■■■-«... •f * zi' %. ' ~ \ ' " ' r*> •■ '■" - STOMACH TROUBLE Mr. Mari n Holt, •mh, «-f Nancy. Ky., says: "F r quite a long while I suffered with stomach trouble. I vM>uld have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a nv <t disagreeable taste iti my m .it* If I ate anything with butter.oil or urease, I w >uld spit it up. I began to have regular sick headache. I hid tistd pills and tablets, but after a course of these, I would be constipated. !t just seemed to tear my sumach all up. I luunJ they were no u x>d at all fur my double. I heard THEDFORD'S BUCK-DMUGHT recommended very hiehjy. so bc.-art to use it It cured me I keep it in the hou e alt the time. It is the best liver medicine made. I d > n t h ive sick headache or stomach trouble any m< re." liLuk-Draught acts on Ihc j i f I liver and helps it to do its 11 p*.riant w •'* of throwing out vva materials a*sd poi- is from the sys- tem Shis medicine sh .ill Se 11 every household for use in time r&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 November 1918

, w * v *■, r Vol XXXV, No. 25 ALB V\Y, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOV. 22, 19iS Wh o Number 1801 FROM AUTOCRACY [N El'ROPE am! A i:i tht- : croA-ns. at d v . r«- crum! . d ■ : .• th people are i:. >;ia •it a it itisrn ♦•#n*frar r« Mi- r rattc ru!«* j m: ii ni< b r* ■ p. VI they s r\ . a f chaos will r-.ey i>rii • ■ i greatest problem if > -ntr- lishmin' of * • •" . \ racy is a conij. < x ; a! the will of th« - v I. n r lished a stablt g ii mi1 In • government* nr« < • ■ the spirit that ... true fhe has a in/ ! head~ in th « v. n t <•? war. king (J- tv" ' i ■* that he has play ' > r- tie heroes. The anu I' i *■ " : d came I Ih* -i b!t— .. . Centura -. £ . h\ ed. not at or man b!< od. A Democratic (' which t. ■ tr ments to t. •• .r de.-i rt 1 i «i the air our of i •>.. autccr be it. dom;i taxe i aian.-. V pan I ernn be ir< 1 the n id- as. r.. •!>. ti n SI . pa a: r< s |i .i .u ti. U. oi !•! r<> .(!••; ■ •••( -P-rri wp Kom th" ! .1 t- the j «. •• kv. i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 November 1918

Begins lay jm | i ShflB T v MB It JBL JKi ;M TS «*• V V | V.__ I %■ & /*•#*" #, # ji •m 7 si* >3 fcf !fe, V J- .j •' f y c'*l '■• * M' i'i ie O'clock TO BE ?> - •* V it t li ii * ■H j£* gp ^ ■ I a #. • #■ • AND LESS Our Entire Stock of Dry Goods, Men's and Women's Furnishings, Hats and Shoes, Will be This is absolutely a Hon;<fidr Closing Out ^ak\ positively pricing our large stock far below the wholesale cost on the present market. Our goods were bought before the enormous advance, which means a saving on every article purchased by you during our Closing* Out Sale, from thirty to sixty per cent. Our Store Will be Closed Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday, November 25,26,27 and 28. Positively No Goods Charged, Exchanged or Taken Out on Approval Silk Ribbons 50c ribbons, closidg oat pri't 4<i, 35c 25c " 1 " 20c • • 35 2h .24 21 19 14 Men's Dress Shirts f'L.'j" dress sh.rts. closing out pric 1.25 1.00 75 .. .50 '• 1.25 men's night shirts .75 • « >« • M t> SI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 November 1918

\ 10c Work Pants and Overalls $5.00 corduroy pants, closing out price 4.00 2.0<J khaki 2.25 blue L.g overalls 2.00 bib oytralls 2.25 blue lumpers Men's Work Coats $7. .50 cordiifoy coats, ii',aing o .r prii ti.(> * i..V) khaki 2.50 duck, blaii.i f lined 5.00 moleskin 10.< 0 ni.ickinav. ,-i/e ■ i>. fv i " :{2 tj.oo "7 and > Men s Hals *7.50 brown Ht« Caon. «•. sing m t i <■ 7.50 big 1 0.5U Stetson, eliding o .t | rice > <H 5. :* I 1.fjO rune; or staple. «-.■< ,t ; r 4. (IK 3.50 i.OO 2.50 2-"" }.5u 125 }.«* hoys ji.ii . ,t,• - -w - it j,i oT *4 23 2. :mj 1.83 1.75 1.1)0 1.75 >*;. 05 fool Dress Goods $2.25 wool dress goods, ciosmg out pri< e ?1.&2 i « i 2.75 I 1.1*5 . Hi 5.1m i. 7o >t. ,> 5 .vi 1.75 " " " " 1.50 " " " 1.25 1.00 " .80 " . V tj .5*1 auitinga and white goods .45 " '* . •{ v. i.if lawns closing out |-f u e . 2< i . 15 o . ' inches v 'I*. 11j . jt t . . >green and wr >< "*■> "fi'.'i and silk ii.->< n <i « &l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 November 1918

. ^ * I 1 Lieut. Carrigan Kiiied The • Albany • Abstract • Company • lieutenant Alfred H. Carriiran J. M. Wood. Manager | Jr., affectionately known by practically all of Wie' 'a Fall* since hti bobyh«x*l a* ""Pat" is dead. killel in battle on tJctob- r 7. whiSe gallantly letting- h i "WM2 I c inpany wluen was v/,vA Oil teases and Oil Lands a Specialty Complete set of Abstract Books to Shachelfoid County Hot a specula to but handle evrrythm^ oo stnctty a conmtssjon basts OFFICE IN FIRST NATIONAL BANK ALBANY. TEXAS f r the most par? of Wichita .' | county boy*, over the top in one *1 | of the f. rcest b&tts -s of th * w:.r. *" F r -^'tera « - th* fanr v frien«l- ha>i f- ir -l tha* this .- "?*- I Morals Jlrrsmtals * tit ia>4i >tr ph.-•• b- «fcw «*■)#•* pi-' ♦ < f raeufaff** ' * . ,«< #• * **r# w t*« •* "M" ^ 'f s ■••« :■- HI- f y **" 'l 'l - as a letter from Capta St it •' -th ■ • >■" !■ • • " ; ■ " t 14 . U'* . ft ■ !*& l«r li*«•©•' iH '?* .« •■ i ym' im >...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 November 1918

r3!t--i E-in H HIES ANO HUfflK M It*. ~| ~ Taii nninre i •• ciur rnnn • ^ INDUSTRY ("jl A nnTI TAIL PRICES!: i SAVE FOOD \ ^ ^ discussed I RABBI mm |T a meeting of repRMBtitivM of seed growers, md (j'-a.'-r . farmer* and olh r- it tere.-tc-d in pure • 1 i<n !|j Texas fan: fr. held in Ho ston Aujrust l'.\. resolution was unanimously adopted requesting the Federal Food Admin.>r for Texa- to for: and promulgate rule- and regulations control;. % i lit* and handling of field .-eeds. In compliance with the-'? recomn nd >! -ns K. A. Ped< • ! eral Food Admit istrator for Texas pi"1 pir . and submitt" 1 t ' legal depar.men' of he United S'ates i o . A Imini-'ration f pro v a I a set of rules and regulat.' n> carr> .t.g out the wisr • • pn >« d at the conference Augu.-' Z'.'.. Htlft. These rul> at.d i lattots w« r- appro..<! I>v the Ua-iiington office and Mr I*< .- wa instrui ed to promu.gatf them. I h re , r.o State «tatu*«* controlling the sale and d.-'r i? ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 November 1918

STEADIER HOG MARKETS PLANNED Hog Producers and Packers Confer With Repre- sentatives of the Food Administration and Agricultural Department and Adopt New Plan of Regulation. Tn accordance wltti lie poll. > of the Kood Administration ulrn e lis founila tloo to consult iv|ir<"«. i tutlw •■' the ukt•''1111.• i-'os- r> . i, . .. « '• i « Importance l" i■ mI bran s of tin- Industry, on i' •. ei iln i. ivim convened In Wiishlngton a « «•«-*-i.t < f the I.I v.- Snick <ul the Agricultural Ad'- !s..rv I.. .nrd ui.-l tli. |>* *IhI wh i h< n-pres.-ntjii. -t., in* 'industry to consider the *•!?mit■ •• .• hoy i ..rU« • Tbe conference lasted tor M days, and i . s time tii. t with tin executive committee "f tin- flfty m kin# t:rn.- pn | «• i.n li dei« for pork prodm mid 1 I'h the nn r.crs >,f tin- I ■. .1 \r r t ■' I ti« loreicu pork pur- !;:«is The conclusion* Of the cot!f'were iim follow* The entire tun; k-ttnu sltiiHtli him i#u changed since :. i - h . -1.11 • I; i • ■ 1...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 November 1918

i - - ** v^; sri - - V*^ -, • i jT*r'•' cjP &1 L s^CtncC THE UNIVERSAL CAR Thtrt's tht.'s:ime I'Coiioii.v in umi _> ti oth -1 on t- < r vl truck that the it* i in u^iru the F >rd cat—onl\ th<• larger carrying po\V' f the truck omri « rvN it pa'ti a- I irly t i t irnit-rs :n : uthcr The Truck 1 u hi - That n:• >iis \\ >i.| I Trucks s'ivs r.'li.i lots ■>! i!; the rriai 4 in, >e t>i. v vnrn lriv.« mak > i r! ,;i dt 'II *' it power: the ttn v-p' in: "sI<i' ,i\ es uesibilitv, a11 l \ 11 i ' ~ te■ i vm 1 ice. v ith-'lit i iv. >;?<• ' h l>e • it. KOKD (iAH M iH VV. I. D< >lsnn, Pr«'( .vivhik Pair says he is goinu to > <ntest Glasscock's el* ction to the Texas Senate. And yet some people shrink from legiala- ti%• service because they think it i Ue.oidot' its funny episodes. — i, ore. H lilev's Observation. HOME BAKERY BREAD I at suni more." It's good hating. Handled, baked, and wrap- All the world is clamoring forI ped by modern mach...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 November 1918

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Publication Title: Albany News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 29 November 1918

j - a m- ' a Ik §Aatm Pens ▼•L XXXV, No. 26 albany, texas, friday, nov. 29, 1918 Whale Namber 1908 GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP OF OOR POBLIC UTILITIES Future Conditions Pointed Paragraphs Colonel E. H. (Jreen, who came From the landlord's point of to Dallas to attend a meeting of view th * man with a large fam- the various I'exas companies if. il> of -mall children is a Hat which he is interested and to failure. vote in the general eleciion to IS ALBANY GOING TO GROW? AFTER the clone of the war. will the Democratic party h * com day d - is.- I after tn. « ir mitted to the policy or the doctrine of government ownership ,. ,,Hj„ I(l an lllll i vi,. v >. of our public utilities" As a war m as ire, oir 1 iwmakers th i*M { it wise for the government to take over and ojwrate the tr n-t>.r tation lines of the Nation for the -puck d ->: of men and - i:~ plies to the battlefront. in order that we might lick the Huns, do away with large standing armies, w;p--out the curs- of autocratic "...

Publication Title: Albany News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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