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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 20 December 1918

COMFORTS, SMILES AND CAKE KEPT PLEDGE LIKE MOTHER USED TO MAKE TO SEND BREAD Thus Every Red Cross Canteen Becomes a Bit of Home for Our Soldiers in France. What vuulil (,.> Mlily l>* timre flail tleiiin rtinti tin - 'it "f r.-ul A111• ■ ri Mil <I iKlinnI:- lining of lusi ioiis pic. rr.'l- l.uitKV: Nulling nalrne, tl tiiUlit h* ll:<' slulil iif .in InIt; ,'V -t !>-£,,* ..ill,'** Al l": ifuri girl. Ami tli* loiiiliinatlim of tli' il'irri', ;imI runv!'h' a fniii^m «>f mi of li'iod 1 i«>t nifl-'f thrown In f« r fcn.iU IIH'IIMII- ihiImhIv but u rvull v llrvM. hnr<I\\• >i-lti><I Vunk run reully :if l>i'iv:utf ihi.H (n«itl 'ur th* Ki"!.* untl «vt l,irt for ilo hI-:,t*t of mull. "I; ain't Hi* v«B nor Ik' pW •<• th,. ,S)iirliiiiits. Fnit ***n the pretty glrK *:.l.| on,' >mi nu HolilU-r, "it tin sp;|if o| ia wi.hiun *v!io looks UK" yoi i niothvp nn'iIi Hvr llttlv <aii> a trtu*' askvw soim aniv*k and iiatNuv t Nm-U «if hnir Mir m.'itvnwl out of &...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 20 December 1918

ess- SKHKE F. S. DEPENDS HE OF EUROPE of food aoministra finvolves the shipment dad of every ton of that can be pushed (HIGH AMERICAN PORT* 0> Hew We Saved During W th No Great Surplul. Gtvii At to How We Will Save )« Will to Pravant European Iftae. like toluniai) nrtk# and ••CfO i of r> \ rn ;• iii ■ loot till, ' • >u ill :•••! It".. Jt!; act morale ot tl><" ullted a | l sn<i tli. I -Iiiii«1 the line ; *!l..ve {■ en bear in.. 11 * brunt < F t .ir till* mi- spirit ol -.•nil' lrd Ittlre * a- il Kur<>|" • ..it* ■l ;i't> u> niQie In the I'> l it in .i'ii i.lit in ■■ vj""' r ' • utt > « * ► it'll i- .1 1 I t. jw. . mi lint n * ii«" i'ii- which 'i >* «■« ! « I'll* n. I Urn < IIIk ttlril fro "i : oppti Mini our vi""- - ti i t ' OS ifoll ' \V. El,1141 -llll|> til K t f "ii'i. ' ^ o lood tli.it • atl ti- lled t"M' J* •* * f. • tt'liirr i-. ri mtt> en I i,1" I '« "l • ■ f ir i I mil ia y i*l i r>'i« >>ir *• ■t M.* \ i jr pro | Alu o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 20 December 1918

S. WEBB ,1 Attorney at Law, K ALBANY, '--V- ij L. H. HILL Notary Publi WEBB & Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. (Shackelford County) =^HO - _7. . . ?• Frivolous Girls In Danger Billy Sur. J: / has no patience with fads and foibles. II" is weary of the frivolous girl an<l the silly boy. In li s fir>t sermon in Fort Worth Sunday, he said: "When a little sissy comes in with a dress six it-chcs above her shoe'"ps a man can't look on her with a ri on like that ami ha\e prayer meeting tMought:- N't. sir! Oh! the painted fac- i. n u icured fingernails, jiemii e- browed, fudir'-eatintf, ragtime singing, little frazzle- headed sissy that eai't turn a !!:••>.ack v, it i.out splattvi ii.; t ic bu r ;t , over the kitci;< n they \> -it do*n at tin- | . i i . : "t > . Ants the Spearmint to tiavor 0:1 th i'ed ' • v rn Nm I - te I m« i fit : i:'e . tl. that of> ' r \\! o 1! . I. Iowa Hi to sloat around to.vn ..1 1 • : i1 wd hit the cabaret i oVlo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 27 December 1918

01K Mens ▼oL , No. 30 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DEC. 27, 1018 1800 OUR FIRST BUNCH OF FIRECRACKERS France, Nov. 26, 1918. Mr. G. T Dunn. Dear Dad:-We have permis- sion now to write anything we want to. We arrived in New York Julv 'J)rh. You talk about Nov. 12, 1918. Dear Father and Mother: Before you receive this letter you will have heard the glad tid- ings which were as pleasing to my ears, I am sure, as they will be to yours. On the eleventh a time, we had some fun while hour of the eleventh day of the j in New York. While there we yy good deal about it lately. But old human nature to |n| eleventh month hostilies ceased hiked from Camp Mills to Long the same and it haa ^ for these mjnfons of yean. Iff E knew just exactly how to get them, how much they cost — and no guns were tired from Island and spent one day ami just like history, the cycle of time and the waters of tlM sea, it and the anticipation of their coming, and the spirit of ap- either side. Everything has night there. We ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 27 December 1918

The First National Bank Albany. Texas CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $100,000.00 « « OH THRIFT SI AMPS SAVE 16X010 0 BUSHELS OF WHEAT THAT FORMERLY WAS LOST IN TKRESrllfiC TRAVELER'S CHEQUES YOUR SUT3MES" SOLICITED MOi When You Feel Bad Stomach and Bowels net of urtfc r appetite poor and getii-ui clia inclitiafion lor work, HEROINE Is the Remedy You Need —i It emtrs «n«Tgrv by cb-iinMtiK fl.c >yitcm nt humus impuritvej and ftstofiriK activity n tfu i >ri I liver. Taker .1 e wh'-m you go to bed. Vim will frrl I ri« .t m I «iKuri.M n< xf 'unriiujy It'* a tine puritying and r«gi. in 1 rdicm< US. r. 8A1URO. Proprietor ST. lOlIIS. HO St > J. L t .1 I. <. '<K 1 \\ )> > . < i< K\ k i: v Y !' N , 01. t. d H. McC.^r • ( v ) v'ebo- f"-r 9 rfifimt M HrC4ny •vm.ai 4 Bk M.ii4ai«r *:Pjrtv Smutty Mitor Hni «ri t fh • Pool (Jflb*m f Albany r«« v C' v w *f* l I Matfcar S is* 1IT10N $~d)t> Pi!R Tl-.AR r'KiDAY. f>K -7. E; K e C— • mint I • tire H i i * h lone- in-". Wieth r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 27 December 1918

i ——— If you wish to buy or sell oil leaser royalties < r production in Shackelford. Throckmorton, Ste- phens, Eastland, Callahan, Burkburnett. Wichita and other North Texas territory, please write r telephone or telegraph nie. LISTON A. CASEY 7 Ohio \ve Wichita Falls, Texas, or Albany, Tex.is. r Listen The tim of • ur',;« rjj ini/ation is t > uiw our pair* t!v very b M servi,-' fu- sible i' I lu!l v iluf f• f -wry J ! ■ 1h y spend with u^. there neVer «is any other bash up • which a i *rm non- business k >uhl V. ROCKWELL BROS. & CO, Sam Sterrett is home fr« in Clark Km- \ school to *per;d trie holidays Lueders Saturday. down tr> - Walter Smith was home from Mi*- A ai«- w > I rrirn -in :; r. Simmons College for Christmas. Denton t>> *|M nd the I:• ii : -. Mr. and Mrs Ben 11. Reynolds Miss liodie !' i- I • •!*> were down from Snvder tin- irom Stephenviltc tosjwrd \r week. with home folks. J. R. Webb returned this wt«k from an extended trip t > Waco and ...

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

VVJPMMPW w ■ S. WEBB Attorney at Law. L. H. HILL Notary Public. WEBB & HILL Law, land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. '1 ALBANY, (Shackelford County) TEXAS X>K AN (JP-TO*DAT! SHAVE, HAIRCUT. Shampoo or Massage Ciotulkr Tu n*' I'at r WILSON & BIGGS Hot and Cold Bath. \t;|!NTv rm. Waco SteamLaurdry UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Abilene. Texas. I>ec. 2i. The r:otic duty of rehabilitating *< Idlers ar.d sailors now t-einu discliarced in various . r ny camp- - it the nat :t a:id in Fr. net*. thr i,ji. th.- ' nited Siat '- Binp.ii>tUi-M > v and C>> i • . it ill ■ i. .' !• I , < . tiff ... ii- i . • . K >< cout ' i > >*« t • ri> viilo employ r ■ ' to ?h • men wl •> left it for the arm\ or navy. Th se men w soon !><• rv-lurn- inv*. some ev. i now kwinn on 'their way. Kvery employer of . :■ >r. com- mere al. indu r' ! <>r agricul- tural. is ♦ \peet',d t- *ns.v -r this call and repoi i t<> the I nite...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 January 1919

' *T! Vol. XXXV, No. 31 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JAN. 10, 1919 Whole Number 1807 STATUS OF OIL DEVELOPMENT IN SHACKELFORD COUNTY w E start off with bright prospects for the year 1919 in the matter of oil developments. One oil man informed us that there would be several new ri^s shipped to Albany in the near fu- ture. & It's mighty hard for a newspaper to get the inside facts as! to newfdevelopments, as this class of news is withheld Irom the public as long as possible so as to give speculators a chance to get in'on the ground lloor in the matter of leases and royalties. Ru- mor has itlthat a part of the Max Blach ranch has been leased, and if so, it means two or three developments on this holding. Recently parties have leased a part of the A. .1. Center ranch, 1000 acres, consideration $5.00 per acre. George DeLafosse has recently closed up a lease on 80 acres, southeast 1-1 survey 1551, T. E. and L. Co., consideration $(50.00 per acre. It's reported that a new development will be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 January 1919

VI, , m, mm ~ m JeSMrwSi ► d^Ctr^ THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Model T one-ton truck is proving a splendid time and money-saver on the farm. It is very flexible in control, strong and dependable in service. It has really become one of the Think ii farmers' necessities. One Over, Mr. Ford truck is equal to half Farmer a dozen teams and it won't "eat its head off" when The very 1 not working. it popular with shrewd alyze conditions on the it over, f. o Mr. Farmer, b. Detroit. ow price makes arrners who al- farm. Let's talk 'rice, without body, Ijrf | ■ I Mm H Tf i ? FORD GARAGE W. J. Dodson, Prop More dwellings arid more boarding houses for Albany. Sixty dollars an acre for wild- wit oil leases sure spells some- thing. Say, have you a nice furnished room that you would like to rent? There is a great demand for such. Why don't some one get busy and build some nice cottage homos in Albany, either for rent or sale? Say, let's get busy and make some sacrifice in the way of renting furnished...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 January 1919

B3 BIRCHWOOD THEATRE WILL OPEN Just as soon as mechanics and painters make a turn key job and our show can be installed, the doors of Birchwood Theatre will be thrown open to the public. We are going to have a real cozy theatre, where the peo- ple can congregate and pass the evening hours away pleasantly. The show will be just as big as the town where it lives. We are going to cater to the wants of the people—trag- edy, comedy, laughter and tears, and fun for the kiddies, and some food for the grown-ups. Watch for our announcement of date of opening. Thanks. RICHARD H. McCARTY, Proprietor ■ ■ gjj H *T Si. J—'f -—J I Sl. ,W« ... H

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 January 1919

£ r The First National Bank Albany, Texas CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $100,000.00 WAR SAVINGS AND THRIFT STAMPS TRAVELER'S CHEQUES YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED THE ALBANY NliWS ISSUE I EV.. .. MMUAV MOUNINC Richard H. McCattv, F-d. and Publisher H «. Richjr.1 H. Mi art, A-.mclilt {dilm M ts Marpnt McCulv S el tyM;l . I .1 -red Hi llir I ' ! f Alh • Thib .Ml ■•♦I'MI • t riiscuii'Ti'i :. "i.i o Pi'ic Yi Mt A|)V I- . ' •: .'.Ml Dmplny .i-ls ••••■•• 1 ' "•••'«> ■ . \ • p.-r i>14*11; wl < «m mnrHrn*. I' 1 i • r inch i<• • > • • rti< * • • >m• ■ *ri• •< - (i n will I •• t'Huii i. .4(1 v« nUim nt.1 1Ii • • nr«« « • 1irii > H i• \wr• - 'ir «• - I ' inl r >1 i y no 1" •. ! • ■ tor lint fm InivHIon ill |««'| it nI .nHtM • in- " i ■ «! • u I r ii ! r i < 'i* nor line for i i iii«*nr| •«" FRIDAY. JAN. 10. I'.'ll). < ii\(> the and the black eye I'ovs, and ii t'; ruis<• a bumper (rop. Woodrow Wilson is sure in the limelight. Popes and kings, car- Idinals and diplomat ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 January 1919

I vou wish to buy or sell oil leases, royalties or production in Shackelford, Throckmorton, Ste- I phens, Eastland, Callahan, Burkburnett, Wichita and other North Texas territory, please write or telephone or telegraph me. LISTON A. CASEY 70tj Ohio Ave., Wichita Falls, Texas, or Albany, Texas. Cm*alii # Jlramtalis [The Nowh ruquflNlH Ita rwad*™ to mullor |>honu In tin? nnrni-H and plnrrn of rftfthlcnctt of imy vl«ltorN 11* onrly In the rre«k * poHiibln. If you know of othor pomoniilH kindly tend them nlno with the name of the communicant Thin will irr«<ntly uhhihI Tin* Newn in koep- Ins In touch with local happening*and wlllbehiirhlyapprociated Editor. 1 9 Mrs. L. C. McKelvy was shop- ping in the city this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Powers were in town Monday. J. R. Webb ,.nd Herbert Bar- stow made a business trip to Abilene this week. F. P. Clayton, with the Fed- eral Reserve Hank of Dallas, is a new subscriber to the News. A good New Year resolution: 1 will trade more with Bur...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 January 1919

•w 'J"?-: ^ Sr r Weekly Financial Review A number of mercantile cas pi- ties in November was only 570, against 981 in 11)17 and 1,251 in 1916, with the indebtedness $13- 815,160 and $13,635,605 and $14- 104,612, respectively. Disasters among manufactur- ers this year were the smallest in numbers of any month since July, 1916, and less than ever before in November so far as authentic records show, but the liabilities at $8,783,588 were greater than in the month of either 1917, 1916 or 1915, conse- quent upon several lailures of large size in cottons and ma- chinery and tools. In trading branches the situa- tion was exceptionally good, the number of reserves having been fewer than any month of which there is record and the and the resulting debts fell below No- vember of all years since 1910. For the eleven months of 1918 a most satisfactory status of af- fairs is disclosed, the disasters numbering only 9,25)9 and exhib- iting a very considerable decline from a year ago and a most de-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 January 1919

i $Jhe • Albany • Abstract • Company J. M. Wood, Manager Oil Leases and Qi! 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 ADVICE TO "FLU" SUGAR SHOWED CONVALESCENTS OUR BACKBONE SPAIN AND ENGLAND REPORT AmCTican Witlingness to Give Up Luxury Demonstrated Na- tion's War Conscience. INCREASE IN TUBERCULOSIS AFTER INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC. R'O SUBSCRIPTION OFFER —- ■ " -r-r-2£S£ I HcvvA : n' K1PI NT® 5 >. 3—j % v m 'my l: y"-- - / $ « H \ V. s^-1 I' /vvV / v- v I ■ > . •' V' • < y ' .... N /' t /Jrv./. •JV «t> ~ V * •1 .t* \ -.k 7^ i ' ' . * i' ■ , I 7 i' ; i % ! ' < / i •, ■. I W:." Mt , i,, i <;<•• \i,h roru <>r tim - > mag./1 and our newspaper For C. ,, C O "" Ycnr f* lA ^^1 ril IM I ' IM (iOOI) FOR \ Mil OH I I'lMK <>.%'!« I lubM'rliMl« ii \> < i *%*nl Ill rmwnl miHsrrlpllomi will be e&« , t , k ,| i •,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 January 1919

jsvC" T*m:. ■ ■ z-t-rAAt- - •< v. .'<• ";# ., „V ! - • ••""•'f - ' 7 '"' S. WEBB Attorney at Law. WEBB & HILL Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. ALBANY, (Shackelford County) .C -T '\c- L. H. HILL Notary Public. TEXAS Soil Conservation Soil erotion is the washing away of earth b wait r. co>: •>;* the farmers of this < >unty a large .some of money ov< r;, year. "If wo can not devise some way of stopping the washing away of our soil we must look '"orwan! to the time when wo mrst alianiloti the farm anil leave il to some one else who will look after it, and we will have to look to some other means of support." The largest amount of our plant food is found in the first nine indies of the surface soil. If we allow a large portion of this first nine inches to be washed away every year and nothing put hack on our soil we may expect crop fail- ures. A few score years ago when the wild animals inhabited thi. country when one die 1 his re- ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 January 1919

iU vol. xxxv, iv«. :t'2 A CURFEW LAW ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JAN. 17, 191tt Albany National Bank First National Bank Elects Officers Elects Officers Whole Number 1806 THE DANGER OF MILITARISM ... . i The stock holders of the Al- The First National Hank held Tyler ('ourier-Times: Wo wish to assert, again with increased . . . , , i v i i banv Nationa Hank held their their annual meeting luesday, emphasis that our city needs a curfew law. ^ oung hoys and girls are running at large on the streets of lyler every night. They annual meeting Tuesday, .lanu- January 1 Ith, ID1U, for election should bo made to stay at homo by the ell'ect of the curfew law, if ary 1 Ith, at which time of officers. their parents can't keep them there the following officers were elect- were elected: Asa matter of fact, doesn't Tyler need curfew parent rather than a curfew law? The law will fail if the parents leave it en- forcement. wholly to the p 'lice c ry parent.1 rai e tic >rt ol children that the laws ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 January 1919

J^L ITY SALE i Going to take place at •?. T. Lowery's Store, beginning tomorrow ¥ 9:00 A. M., KA1N OR SHINE Busy hand: now £etiin£ the stock in readiness, l-verything in Dry Goods, Ladies' Ready-to Wear. Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes and thousands of other bargains tfo into this mighty sale—in fact, everything in our store placed on public sale, so come down early and see it all. Merchandise to be sold Past and Pin ions. Remember the Hour and Place J. T. Lowery's Store Albany, Texas Till: A).ItANV NliW S i. st'i1 > i :\i io i'kiday mokninc, . Siiy, rake up \ ' ir business tlu* trash around I.i't a clean town Richard H McCarty, Ed. and Publisher Mi Rirhairt H McCjrt, M0Clllt fililm Vitt MaijJitt McCntf locl l| tdltoi I t..red «t tin I ' I Ofllrr at Alban) IVii", r Hornnii ( Inkh Mnt' Matter Sri1. i'kip11o\ if'j.o 1 I'i;i< i m: A !>\ hllTIC.INI! KA'I KS )i | lay «lvi*rt i" 'niflntH. ninth inni rtlonn. . r i(m prr i h hoI|unit inn« r t Ioiim, 1.' 1 . * 'it prr iiicb 'or ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 January 1919

% M FZ1 rri | I ik3 1 I lis I V* I [ff 3 I : THEATRE ILL OPEN Just as soon as mechanics and painters make a turn key job and our show can be installed, the doors of Birchwood Theatre will be thrown open to the public. We are going to have a real cozy theatre, where the peo- ple can congregate and pass the evening hours away pleasantly. The show will be just as big as the town where it lives. We are going to cater to the wants of the people-trag- edy, comedy, laughter and tears, and fun for the kiddies, and some food for the grown-ups. Watch for our announcement of date of opening. Thanks. .-.v. RICHARD H. McCARTY, Proprietor .'.v. < ( I I - iwa I I / a -jm\ c : i i 1

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 January 1919

mlsM 4 . „ .w >>i>y«" " I I I' i UN! \ ' . r :/ I i, > ; Another Hand lot Business 'l. r. vv *1, ) K ) . Ill LIVER DIDNT ACT digestion was bad Say* 65 year Old Kentucky Lady, Who Tells How She Wa Reli ved After a Few Doses of Black-Draught. Mpftdorsvlll#, Ky.- Vrn. t 1 HlKKinbotlinm, of this town, mys "At my a*), which 1; the 11v• ■ r il. ii:>! art t«> well an whon youni A 1<-\\ yrara aro. my utomacli u is all out of fix 1 wad relist Ipalril, l 1 i • dklu't art My digestion was 1 ni, nul Il tin U >o llttln to upset me '1\ i|. petite «i uon<' I was very *v:ik I divided I would gtvo I'! \• k JlnuiKh' a thorough trial ns I kr,."% It van highly reromnnMided fur this trouble I began t«k!iiK It. I Mt bottiT nfti'r a few doBci. My nppctlto Improved aid I became ntronr.-r My bowids acted naturally and the li<i.;t Iroul'lo was soon i U:! '.• 1 with a few >1" ' i of VilarU Draurht" • v< •. >• iir i • if iiiirr «rftil u*o has i: uli! Tin Ifi.rd'a I Hark D...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 January 1919

mwm. ^ ■ -v Ml ^ ' .A. " • ''<#5 «nr;<Hn • r X- Letter From France fWMi > vl> > - > -Al *Atv- >*! i rane I ;tv i y l>«ar I-.-tth that was ties ('hi: i mas it1 at ■ .1 oy I life u<l a Letter, ago wherein I U w ('Atjit Falls, Texas, it S. 1 kind of the A. I . or A?: !i• n<i rru.i an c? rctft on cmUK$*a •*nr%' ft ~ iLurai <s« «* • B places vine tl *1 the Pre proof vault of 1 lie Al- bany National Bank, is the place to keep your Liberty Bonds and War Savings Stamps. We have only a few left. « r A tr ,!. 0. < Monday. Wan on da tier- ( 100. I t-reel M Wil w. u w, tiie i-it.v thi tin i. ( harh . I magnet n ; in tin- vveeK. Howard Jenkins did bt in the t*it> Monday. IjOUi: II Hill made a I trip to Dalla tin. week. the to tone huf ine it J i in (i Tuesday ()n Iho lii.>t of .lune 1 ailed from New York harbor, t ot, knowing when' that i would land only that 1 would eventually be!, in France. Well, in < !■ ■ n day we were dec I od at Liverpool, < ...

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