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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 January 1919

mm ■ ■m S. WEBB Attorney at Law L. H. HILL Notary Public. WEBB & HILL Law TT 9 a sf ind, live Stock, Loan, Collecting -mud Insurance Agents. ALBANY, (Shackelford County) TEXAS Citation The Stati of . To the ShoritV or ny ('■ table of Shackelford County, !n line Vou are hereby < m tan led to cite all persons inter - ;ted in the welfare of Mary . HiK'n.x liob- ert II. Burns and I)ori A 1 lui ns, minor . to appear at tliene-<t reg- iilar term of the County <'<■ urt ol Shack li >ril 1 iunity, to be hohh n at ': • • ( " ,i: 1I<• i• thei e- of, m the I 11\ of Albany, on the First Monda.\ in Fobruan A. It. 1 It lit, the same her g t h< ">rd da> of February A. It I'.'llt, by having this notice published in some news papt r published in Shackelford County, IY\as, which has :i general illation, and which has beet , < :,tiiiuously and rejularlj | ;!>i f« ' t period of not less tli; i >n • y< ar in said county f >r twenty days befori tl e > turn ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 24 January 1919

w IP Vol. XXXV, No. 33 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JAN. 24, 1919 Whole Number 1809 RICHEST COUNTRY CHURCH IN THE WORLD npUKRK is a little Missionary Baptist Church in Kastland county near the town of Ranker, which has the distinction of being the wealthiest country church in the world. 1 heir annual income from oil royal tie anv unt to two hundn 1 tho isand dollar per annum. It's just a typical little country < 'i.urci ha a member ship of : or K), and just an average hot mi han. like 1 lu \ al- ways build out in the country fur worship and > iool purposes. And an oil coinpanv cam 1 along and lea ■ I it, and uncovered a gold mine 1 in the church lot. All 11 • dividend a -I'ruing' from their royalties except 20 per cent is given to the l!.i]itist Theolog ical Seminary at Fort Worth, Buckner ; Orphans Home at I >; 111 a and other auxiliaries of the denomination. And now in addition to this wealth, an oil company has offered them a million dollars for lease of the grave yard, and th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 24 January 1919

Charter No ' " S !1 Iteport uf liH' ' i unlit inn of THE FIRST NATIONAL DANK . u' Allmny, in tin- State "I* I >«.«•<-miter :u. I'.MH I t 11 * . I I • I «' • .1 A\ i} . 11 • ^ i i • m « i n« • < I* i | • t' •<1 I I« i i h**r 1> « * I • •" '' ' I .. I1 > <■ 1 ' ' . . *■ i . I . ' M I. t . | I H h'tll<h Hftll ' ' ■' * * I'tiMnHtm -m I 1 I iIm*M < i • i" M''' ' I' I MM • •' ' 'I'll 1 1 "W M| HUm W ■' H ' • I ' 1 I ,iittU ■ 1" ! l(. . . I ,, i, , Kill' i i' I Hurt lM< f ol i \ I" l (AI M I I H L. II. HILL Notary Public. SBB & HILL i, ,i ii. « I •:.! a I. I I I III .,1 , t„,t «■ I • |i n I I M u k: ill IfHI Hif ' U ( HI Up ill' t'O.ld ill"'!' \\ it, It tt« grow. \ bud j 1 dill ; -a Mi ami .Ml l " I lit I lit' I IV tin " 1 l.l. vS I . I I 11 ' nil- 'i .|>« H'ni ■!'■ will | ! I Mi it I • frofn I i-i i II' * imp (Veil \S I i ' 1 Ilk* 15 1' an i It ■ lii . 'if'' . p. ), i t i oil 1Hmtin lui • e you > |.i r> in Iht' . li ifli.tl' 1 'I \ Ii!IIH |'| , i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 24 January 1919

SjL l# *> i '**' • ' • *■ fc'. . t rI ilicftli'M "f iiulrhtnliwMfi l 7r.,(MH).(H) 40,0<K).00 7,MM). 00 M V i M) Charter No. 3248 Reserve District No. 11 Iieport of the condition of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK at Albany, in the State of Texas, at the close of business, on December 31, 1!>18. KKSOUKCKS Loiimm and dincounU, inclmlin^ n^lincountH (ex<-«'pf (hoc li"wn mbuiujc) :i.t(l,l"\ .7 :o. I'm .7 OvordraftM, Nocured. $ . unwrnrml U.S. Hondn (other than l.ilwrly HotmIh, hut inHit*!in> I U. 8. HoiuIh rieponiUMl toH rur«- circulation (par value' U. S. bond* and certificate* "f ind#d t« dn«' mwihhI and <muiIimIkc<I Premium* on U S. bontln Liberty Loan Itondit, M 1-1!, I. and t 1 . i^r mil, i•:j. 1.•«U-•«| Payments* actually made on Liberty I I 1 I•«• r ccnt 1mm ! "I 11 • !• «"irt h I il'«• !.v I/o ii ownwl StoekH, other than Federal KeHervo Hank ittocI Value of banking house, owned and unincumbered Kquity in banking houne Furniture and fixture R«nl OHtate owned other th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 24 January 1919

' I fiy, v '. •%' -r\ '~v" / 1 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 a.id pa. s 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 I E3I I t t i *

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 24 January 1919

■ !* s .■**Y Our Sale Still On! Our Sale Will Continue Until Saturday Night, Feb. 1, 1919 Now is the time to SAVE MONEY. Call and let us show you just what the cash will do AT OUR STORE "The Quality Store" J. T. Lowery's Store Albany, Texas *,'Vv THE ALBANY NEWS l.vSl'KI) KVKRY FRIDAY MOKNIWi Richard H McCarty, Ed. and Publisher M s Richard H McCirty Assocuti Editor K it Margant McCarty Society Editor I trredat th« Pout Office at Albanj r«*a-. * Socond lylani* MhiI M«tt**r. Sl'HHCKII'TK>N $J.OH I'KK YKAU Crowns have gone into the junk shops, and there are no buyers. The cry of the hour in Albany nowadays is for rooms and dwellings. We wonder what our Ameri m millionaire butterllies are go ng to do now will they contii: le their matrimonial shopping in the courts of Kurope? AOVKUTISING KATES }11 h i' I it v u«l vertinrmont*. ni nic l«> insertion*. I << ita i i*r lt« h; nubetnjuent irwrt iumh, 12 1-2 «. ntn p«*r ?wh for rich IniMtrtion. Soim reduc- in will l *- rnad'' >...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 24 January 1919

I A* •*v " V ,/ "V - , r i If you wish to buy or sell oil leases, royalties or production in Shackelford, Throckmorton, Ste- phens, Eastland, Callahan, Burkburnett, Wichita and other North Texas territory, please write or telephone or telegraph me. LISTON A. CASEY 70^ Ohio Ave.. Wichita Falls, Texas, or Albany, Texas. Some Turnips 91 1 1 ffiurals # ffrrmittals [The N«wh roqae tHltH romlorH to mail or phono In th« namo« anil plncon of renidonco of ony vlHitorn an early in tho w *«k an fioHHlhli'. If you know of other perwonalw kindly aend them alno with the name of the communicant. Thia will gmitly aRfllnt The Newn in keep* InK In touch with local happeninKhan«l willhehlichlyapprfeiated. Kimtok. I I 8 Tom Crow did business in city Monday. Tom Whitt y was down Throckmorton this week. the 1 Mrs. Brooksey I a check t his weel ! in payment lor 11 K ing handed us . for two dollars e Albany News '' 01,1! for another vear. Dr. Montgomery was down from Stamford this week. Alex Dickey of Wood...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 24 January 1919

" " "jgr-jtif ir-,: & I In the Name of Pity-Give! O/i, America of the great heart, the cry of the stricken peoples oj the Near Liast is hear J at your door. You have been so close to us through all the years of our struggles toward the light. V our hands outstretched to us have never been empty. AND now we cry to you from the depths of a greater need than even our torn souls have ever known. In the name of pity—do not fail us ! There has been cruel suffer- ing in our lands, massacre, fam- ine, death. But the spirit of our people still lives, and calls to you across the sea to send help lest we perish. Our God is your God, and we bare our souls for your search- ing eyes that you may see how we have never denied Him, nor shamed Him. When our world rocked in misery about us, in our torn and tortured bodies our hearts still cradled and shel- tered the crucified Christ. We held true in our allegiance to God and humanity. The people of the Near East are old in suffering. The way we ha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 24 January 1919

RK. on 04 27,r 00.00 «, IMKI.OO 2, loo.00 12,(100.00 l.MKUHi 20,2 IS 2.' 1-,02t'..47 no.ss 244.KG f, id.iki I.!mii 50,000.00 20,lHI'M)l) 1 ■ 1 • J, KM). 00 3,506.B .'41, KM!. HI 2.4<Hi (M) ;,m.;io 1 .',,000.00 ,« . ,7.< oiint WU- Tin* null) fjiti-mcnt shier Notary I'ulilir. Charter No. 5680 Reserve District No. 11 " Report of the condition of THE ALBANY NATIONAL BANK at Albany, in the State of Texas, at the close of busine December 31st, 1918. RESOURCES and «!im ounU. Im ludirin r< ili«Mtiinl *i i pt tin. . how, in li awl «'> ■' I Ovcnlraftn, accurcd, iuiu\ un '«■< ur«*<l 17. 8. bomln and oortif « at#• of miifhtciln- pliiijrtnl t < n«- I «ln ' (par value) C. S. bondw and c« rtiln ai« . f in I.!,-.-tin. pk h-r.l h - ■ •>! : .il for .'tat. «>th«T dopohit* or lull; i n\ a I ilc L KTty Loan HoivK I 2. 1. and i l-l pi •« nt, unplr I■ • .1 y*ym#nt actually madr on l.ilx-rt \ 1-1 i•• • i ."out Vmnii t I ■••n'. h 1 '••• Loan owned Stock of Federal l«" ■ I'.; k i.M...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 24 January 1919

fj ■ A>% ,'J "4 sai * 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 „ ■ ?. c-^'. H /?• Citation The Slate of IVxas. To the SheriiVor any Constable c2 Shackelford County, Greetin ■ You ar • hereby c mimanded to cite all persons inten sled in the welfare of Mar> K. Burn.-', Rol>- ert 11. Burns am' Don A l'.urn minors, to appear at tin.1 nest re,r- ular term of the County Court of Shackelford County, to be n ! c .nt >. for twenty days bt'fi)i-> the r« • .ra day thereof, that they may contest, if they see proper to do so, the applica- tion of R. K. Ilurns, which has been :';led in said court, for the Guardianship of the persons and <-tate> of said Mary F. Hums, Robert H. Burns, and l>ori A. Burns, minors. Herein fail not. but have you before :iid Court at next term Leases and Drilling Contracts. so your ! nut <>r a drill- us mi nmt of acreage...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 31 January 1919

\ §lcivs Vol. XXXV, No. 34 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JAN. 31, 1919 Whole Number 1810 | WE ARE DRIFTING CITY-WARD Doings In Oildom I The Gushing well No. 1, is un- I derreaming at a depth of 2065 for S inch casing. They report The drift of the human tide is city-ward. The trend of all hu- jt(> be 0,1 *')p tlie °|' sand" man action is toward the city. It's the fault of a system. The i( us nnK °u', curriculum of our schools,and colleges pave the highways leading waimg to the city. With only a few exceptions, our high school grad- uates and our boys and girls who go away to college it's goodbye rural districts, goodbye farm homes —too commonplace and too tame for the polished jewel. A good plow boy, an excellent house wife has been transplanted from the soil to press the bricks, live in tenement houses and crowded flats, and join the motley tluong, let a contract for their third well. Location has been made and derrick timbers have been ship- ped. Sun well is drilling at 1500. Building ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 31 January 1919

• 'v.. 'yw . 3 NOTICE We are now in position to take orders and make deliveries on short notice for Ford cars. Ford Motor Co. have given notice that they will turn out cars to the full limit of their capacity. The policy of the Ford flotor Co. to sell its cars for the low- est possible price, consistent with dependable quality, is too well known to require comment, therefore, because of present conditions, there will be no change in the prices on Ford cars. W. J. DODSON AGENT • VJ/v yy,- is-'V v p\>.! ' v". ' Pneumonia Cure Now Given By U. S. Surgeon Washington, .Ian. lii. A cure for Pneumonia said.to be recom- mended by the surgeon general of the United States army follow: "An absolute cure for Pneu- monia has been sent out from the odice of the surgeon general of the I niied States at Washing- Ion, D. which government authorities say has proved its again fifteen minutes repeat the; efliciency. The government in-1 operation as direced twenty-four structions follow: times. The re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 31 January 1919

■V ■, u - ' /- 'V_ rr •■••• v-'a.- -. - . ' I * M .... - ' *y* ' ft* Py^| ' ' '- • ~ ' • • •f' . *•• FREE MAP AND PHOTOGRAPH BURKBURNETT, TEXAS Showing world's wonder oil field, sent absolutely free upon reipiest. Ask for it today. RROWN-WORTH OIL CO. No. 10I5'/2 Main St., Fort Worth, Tex. f2i Sanitary Barber Shop Wilson & Biggs, Props. W. R. BIGGS, Mgr. Turkey'Proceeded to Attend to the Armenians By William Howaki Tai'T Now wliy the need of money for the Arme- nians? \ ou knuw theii story!1 Abdul J laini'l was the Sultan of 1 urivcy. lie w,i • the «/r.i individual who in i.S<p delibe:ately direct d the killing uf ioo,cxx> Annenians. W ho are the Ar- menians? They are one uf the oldest Chrstiau peoples in the world. They lived in a pr >vin c tli.it lies north of Mesopotamia, east of A ;a Mini r, west of Persia and south of thr lilaek Sea. it is a province of m> untains and \alleys not only rich but fertile. i ,.v i.ixjo Armenians lived in that country, cultivating th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 31 January 1919

V • . . v.. H M 0 ."' 8 •; m I / \ I I N || M i ;■ 4 Sale Continued One Week. ffi ) ?:*•; C ; £■ $i H Lji 5-..' ? ~ !> •< e* , V Ac ■ On account of the rains and bad roads we Jiave concluded to continue our sale one week longer. Yes, we want to give everybody a fair chance to take advantage of our reduced prices. The war is over with, the drouth is past history. Now with our oil prospects, and a bumper crop in sight, it makes prospects the best in years, and money easy. So come along and make your pur= chases while you can save money. The sale will close Saturday, February 8th, iqiq. Keep the date in mind. J. T. LOWERY. fc-'v-Ac-- 'Ac "■ 'Ac "VV 1 / lis- vV\ 1 / /-v\\ 1 / s. Ac•' 'Ac' 'Ac /♦x /lv -v\l..vxl/x- Ac " 4c A- ' -A-* •./ y vU/^JowVl/1 / 1 /✓ \Vl//-cVVl//. THH ALBANY NKWS Let's keep the iron hot about Let's keep the road drags busy dragging the roads building buys. more houses and say, how about i that spare room? Make arrangements for a spare room that's the idea. Ba...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 31 January 1919

if you wish to buy or sell oil lenses, royalties or production in Shackelford, Throckmorton, Ste- phens, Eastland, Callahan, Burkburnett, Wichita and other North Texas territory, please write or telephone or telegraph me. LISTON A. CASEY 70? Ohio Ave., Wichita Falls, Texas, or Albany, Texas. ^ MEAT PRODUCERS DID FULL DUTY Increase in American Hogs Will Help to Meet World Fat Shortage. FARMERS SAVE SITUATION. Horata f rmwals [The N«w roqu« tBiU render* to mallor phon# In thu n me end plsct'n of reeldenee of ny vl ltor« «rly 111 the weok poeelble. If you know of nth<-r nenonelH kindly nend thoin aleo with lh<> name of the communicant. Thin will ifri'Mly anaiiit The Now* In koep- Inn In touch with locul ImppeniiiKnand wlllbehlKhlyapprecitttw], K11ITOR. ] I mm* Bob Bizzell was in town this week. Mrs. S. Webb left for Marlin this week. Mrs. -loo Matthews left for Dallas Thursday. Monroe Reynolds was down from Lueders Thursday. Luther Murrie was down from Knox ranch Wednesday. Mi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 31 January 1919

Letter From France Camp Coetquidan, France. Dec. 13th. 1918. Dear Mother: — I am at Camp Coetquinan, South-East of the city of Rennes. I am still on mounted military duty. How is Rood old Shackelford county? It seems that most of the Albany boys are in France and some of them that enlisted ten or twelve months after I en- listed in the cavalry (later trans- ferred to the F. A.) have train- ed, crossed the pond, < one over the t >p and arc back in the I!. S. A. ()ur Infantry of the .'Kith Div. made a wonderful record and held up the honor that Texas has always carried, (Texasnnd Okla- homa.) The Oklahoma Indian put up a terribl fitfht Everything is O k over here now. But ii is still raining every day I think there will be a pretty fair season in the ground next spring if we have a few more showers. We Ket I'' see a deal of this country. It is beautiful in a way and every American loves or should love it. The old buildings are very in- teresting. There are many larKe cities but ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 31 January 1919

'■•V V m VvUw%? Z$m 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 & m i

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 31 January 1919

. < m ■ ■\:W , i & ' "*X-v, rlK"®-# ■■ *; S. WEBB Attorney at Law. L. H. HILL Notary Public. WEBB & HILL V ■*1 .la **Ft-' ■' • 5 -0 W Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. ALBANY, (Shackelford County) TEXAS r J Citation The State of Texas. To the Sberill or any Constable of Shackelford (bounty, Greeting: Vou are hereby commanded to cite all persons interested in the welfare of Mary K. Burns, Rob- ert H. Burns and Doris A Burns, minors, to appear at the next rejr-1 ular term of the County Court; of Shackelford County, to be holden at the Court House there- of, in the City of Albany, on the First Monday in February A. I). 1919, the same being the Mr<l day of February A. I), 1919, by having this notice published in some news paper published in Shackelford County, Texas, which has a general circulation, and which has been continuously | and regularly published for a period of not less than one year it. s,-,.id ■ oiintv. for twenty di.ys| JojJg flj-g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 February 1919

V* y Vol XXXV, No. 35 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEB. 7, 1919 Whole Number 1811 A GERMAN IDEA New Well At Caddo The Mid-Kansas Oil Company ! brought in a sure enough pusher I this past week on the Carey tract Albany Boy Honored We have before us a notice from the faculty of the Peacock Military College at San Antonio • stating that Freeman Alexander | Yes, out in the country, where they live in shotgun shacks, of Albany had been detailed as poor schools and dead churches, njuddy roads, no community spirit, OUT IN THE COUNTRY orderly to the President of the a life of drudgei y, and the town fops call them hayseeds and coun- Clarence Ousley, whose sanity and wisdom we have had occa-!of 11111(1 thr'e miIe froni sion to comment upon on more than one occasion in the past, sum- Caddo, South of West from town. med up the whole situation about a number of proposals in a few It seems to be a freak. The well paragraphs in his address to the Legislature Monday night. Here, > |ia(| i)0en shot jn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 February 1919

„ w Z'Kr YrJ r of Commerce and be a factor in making Albany grow. We want a membership of 1,000. Chamber of Commerce. 7L rr mm1 ii ffi® Watch 'em come the oil spec- I>oost and hard cash builds ulutors. cities. Pull off your coat old hoss, and come in, the swiming is good. Pass it along, Albany is going I to grow. Land leases are going sky high—good tiling for the land owners. Watch the freight wagons loading out of Albany. Didvou ever sw the like of! Drop that hammer you dug- casing unloading at Albany ? The • Albany • Abstract • Company J. M Wood. Manager Oil Leases and Oil Lands a Specialty Complete set of Abstract Boohs to Shackelford County Not a speculator, hut handle everything on strictly a commission basis. gone old skinflint you, and join ,shave the moss off your back the busy throng. old geezer, and get shut of the cooties of do nothing. You had just as well come across old knocker, and keep good company. OFFICE IN FIRST NATIONAL BANK, ALBANY, TEXAS But gee, such a pros...

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