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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 February 1919

yar*p v" r-.'T; OHCTATIGN OF m STOCK SHOW V IS NOW COMPLETE Secert:iry-Manager Sansoni and Associates I'lan to (Jive Pub- lic Full Money's Worth at Fort Worth Mar. 10-15 Fort Worth, Texas—M. San- som, Jr., leading Texas stock- man, who last year put Fovt Worth on the map as a "Round up" city with the magnificent Ilodeo, held in connection with the Southwestern Exposition and Fat Stock Show, has been named as secretary-manager of the show this year ;md has gathered around him an array of the very best talent he could secure to make the event that will be held here March 10 l.j a memorable one in the minds of everyone who visits it, ?!r. Sansom and associates For Weak Women In use for over 40 years! Thousands of voluntary letters from women, tell- ing of the good Cardui has done them. This is the best proofjpf the value of Cardui. It provesthat Cardui is a pood medicine for women. There arc no harmful or habit -forming drugs in Cardui. It is composed only of mild, medicinal ingredient...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 February 1919

3r> mw Our Big Sale Still On. Our BIG SALE of cut prices will continue until Saturday, Feb. 15 Come along to the great money saving sale—-a dollar saved is A DOLLAR MADE. SALE CLOSES FEB. 15. EBiai -Ac " 'AC " -Vie " '4v ' Ac■ 'A>" '4C ' 'A- Till; ALBANY NEWS JSSUKI) r.VKKY FRIDAY MORNING Richard H McCarty, Ed and Publisher Mn Ittchard H. McCartj jsotijt« Mltoi Mn Margarfl McCjrtr • *«">' MM" Kiitrrrdnt the I'uat OIBrc at Alb n> l>i SecondCI*#* Mall Matti r SUBSCRIPTION $li.0O PKR YKAR advertising kates Dim-lay advnrtUtomenta. mnglt- insertion*. If' crnta prr inch; aubaaquent itiarrtiona. \'i \-2 rent* | «*r inch for «ach ina*rti<m. Some re im - tion will he made on advertlwrnt r t* tlint «re nn*- third of * pHKe or more In at** I<ocmI<> and r« ud- uty notice*. 10 renin per line for •ingle insertion Hul«e<juent inaertiona of local* *r 1 renders rent® i er line for «ach Insertion. We wonder when thai tis-hin^r job will begin mi thi> Reynolds we We wis...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 February 1919

I 1 £ OF / 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 70s Ohio Ave., Wichita Falls, Texas, or Albaiiy, Texas. to complete. He wrote the first portion, "Monte d' Arthur," when he was 1!), about 1.850, and the last portion was published long after the poet was (JO. Probably the two shortest v* Genius Slow But Sure The greatest Italian musical composer, Arrigo Hoito, recently died, leaving his opera, "Nero" unfinished, although he declared on his death bed that it needed poems which took longest to only a couple of hours work upon translate are "Omar of Khay- it. Yet it was commenced forty yum," which occupied many years ago and has been on the , years ol Fitzgerald's time, and point of production many times, Gray's Klegy," the most per- The composer could not satisfy fect poem in the languag...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 February 1919

■-in, ■ "■ 5£S IS ■ ;i v -*** .iief .. jJifliti: ,«• -•"i t r - u' - 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., Withita Falls, Texas, or Albarty, Texas. PREMIUM LIST OF STOCK SHOW MUCH LARGER THAN 1918 —— (^\r^yciy\r\sxsfi'\r to complete. He wrote the first portion, "Monte d' Arthur," when he was lit, about 1850, and the last portion was published long after the poet was (JO. Probably t h> • two shortest Genius Slow But Sure The greatest Italian musical composer, Arrigo Koito, recently died, leaving his opera, "Nero" unfinished, although he declared on his death bed that it needed poems which took longest to only a couple of hours work upon translate are Omar of Khay- it. Yet it was commenced forty yum," which occupied many years ago and has been on tin- years oi Fitzgerald...

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

if : - -- vmpiR ■ > i ■ ip k'.'Ails sat Spelling Matches The winter evenings are long and there are a few people who do not care for the movies. Some of them play checkers and others tat. As few improve each shining hour by reading some- thing worth while. Occasional- ly someone thinks of a letter, long past due. He starts to write, and then nibbles at his pencil because the word he has in mind seems so hard to spell. That reminds him of spelling In the old days of "loud school," when recitations brought out the vocal powers of children and when they studied aloud, more attention was paid to spelling. Since the schools have taken a long step forward, but the old timers insist that the modern boy and girl do not spell as well as father and grandfather did. Of course, the modern school system is more complex. Grand- father never dreamed of learninc how to make iuri.iture at school, and grandmother had no domestic science course where she learned to concoct Thousand Island dressing....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 February 1919

Mt -s «. * <u« >• -> ~ r ,'lr '' ,Yv2™ > BIRCHWQOD 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 km s 'li i & ,, yi ,•4 I8 I I m m a &

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 February 1919

w 1 ■I1 , S. WEBB Attorney at Law. L. H. HILL Notary Public. l ' •>; A* .. I i ALBANY, WEBB & HILL *?rlr v.4Cs« [ • ■'{' i M Law, land. Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. ' ;a ■H J i' tH (Shackelford County) TEXAS mmm* The State of Texas. To the Sheriff or any ('unstable of Shackelford County, Greeting: You are hereby commanded to cite all persons interested in the welfare of Mary K. Hums, Kob- ert H. Burns and Doris A Hurns, minors, to appear at the tvxt reg- ular term of the Counts Court of Shackelford County, to be holden at the Court House t here- of, in the City of Albany, on the First Monday in February A. D. 1919, the same being the 3rd day of February A. 1). ll 1 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 in siid county, for twenty days before the return 'ay thereof, that they ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 February 1919

V/1' •••V*-"-, * - •;■■■.. / %> •, j ' Vol. XXXV, No. 36 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEB. 14, 1919 Whole Number 1812 Patriotic entertainment At Newcomb At Newcomb school house on Friday night, Feb. 21st. The local home talent of the commu- nity will render a patriotic pro- gram. The Newcomb string band will furnish the music. Everybody lias a special invita- tion from Miss Ruth Spann, teacher in charge of the school there-and we are going. Big Reality Deal Judge N. L. Bartholomew sold his home place South of Albany this week, consisting of 551 acres. Consideration $20,000 or forty dollars per acre. W. I. Dodson, proprietor of the l ord Garage, was the man who plunk- ed down the twenty thousand bucks for this ideal suburban ranch home. Will has got hi - nerve and that's what it take to buck the financial game and we bet you six bits he doubles his money in less than one year. came as a sweet release, a "do- ing Home" to her—her faith in < iod was unfaltering and she ser- j ved Him f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 February 1919

. Vv m ■ w - ''//f\vvM\vv/nv'//|\v'//!\v'/;T^'/l\vvn\>v//|\\ -v / T vv~:x , | w~vy J\y\~s 'J)??'' |i i -.. ki- rn 1 R i If $ r*7 t- '; H '/ \ * o J-1 V '/ r \ y.j H I i V :«? ;• . y (• < & : Cash System After due consideration, we Stave decided to place our business on strictly a cash basis. And when we say cash, we mean it. Everybody will be treated alike. We have adopted the cash system for the reason that we can sell goods cheaper. Yes, save the people money, and it will be more satisfactory to all concerned. Buy for cash, sell for cash, means money to all. V, V * V I f , K I • 1 "V s <• < V I / /' •> • 1 V V J LOWERY. ,rnx. *'• " irffM"nmrTmariiTTTur*.• msux&osmaatrsam^iamr^mv'Kt 'j iU' '">K ' >fv ">k V 1 , \\l//y<\Vi Till! ALBANY MAYS at - mall j1 t ain crop is mi tin j 1 ||*;;v acreage. and will ISS.VI, ,• VI KY FRIDAY M0KN1N( (,t: F, chard H. McCarty, Ed ant! Publisiim II "i:,l..ud H M Caity M u fcV fgaift Mccarty Antoc utr 1 i Soclitf Hum )...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 February 1919

V - - TION OWES MORRIS MUCH nsler'e Sendee* to the Cium •( merlcan Independence Should Never Be Forgotten. Hubert Morris wia the financier of lie American revolution, u whole "Llb- rtj loan" In himself. He carried the o)< nibt« through their struggle for In- Ispi ndeuce hy handling such fun<ls Sr ountry possessed nt the time, but r : lie most part through his own prl- Irtt credit, which was greater than th. of his country. Tet after this un- pre. 'dented service to his country he JWss thrown Into the debtors' prison Jor three yenrs (from 171)8 to lfidl). Be whs born on January 20, say boiii* authorities—others on January 31, 17." 1. at Liverpool, and died in I'liiiu- deli'hla May 7, 1800. Be arrived In An.i ilua when thirteen years old, en- ter* <1 a mercantile house und devel- oped a genius for finance. In 17T«4 tie became ft member of a prosperous linn known as Willing, Morris & Co. I ur log the conflict with the mother coun- try In* gave nil his time and money to hel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 February 1919

A. Wp Hfciiaa Twii Bales of Cotton Swiped Two bales of cotton was stolen from the Sammons pin last week. As yet Sheriff Hiptrs has no clue. One of these bales belong to John Btker, ami the only one It* raised last year. Pretty hard on Johr. The casing for the Blach well has bifen purchased, and the lease contract calls for drilling to begin on this well by May 1st. They will put down a test hole on this ranch 4,000 feet deep. Lee Tuton was in town PtieF- day. Lee handed us two preat bip fat dollars on subscription and of course the editor's heart went pita pat the whole world dances to the jingle of the coin. Brack Lipscomb w:tS 'lown from New Oast le this w eek look- ing around. He was down here looking over the proposition for the location of a lumber yard. Brack is also interested in the oil business in Shackelford coun- ty. as the Lipscomb heirs own 160 acres just North of town. ■J®5 Siiiiiiiiiiiiii Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Keiolricks spent the week in the city. P il is now a Federal ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 February 1919

r If you wish to buy or soil oil leases, royalties or production in Shackelford, Throckmorton, Ste- Eastland, Callahan, Burkhurnett, Wichita other North Texas territory, plt';w write or telephone or telegraph me. "YFORT WORTH WILL RIVAL CHEYENNE IN GREAT RODEO t LSSTON A. CASEY 701; Ohio Ave., Wichita Falls, Texas, or Albany, Texas. Seed Irish potatoes at Murrie's. Floor ssveep for sale at Mur- j. Scott Gilbert was down from Woodson this week. Buy your garden seed Irom R. S. Murrie. Uncle Billie I'arrish was up from Deep ('reek this week. Thai ('hanii : 1.. (omtnerce meeting Tile la. night was a Onion sets and ;eed potato- sure enough hou- warming atCarter King's. j Wild Wcsi Celebration Iler' March 10 to 1 ."> Will Be One iZfc ol i;k.-i •; Staged 111 ' I nited States | i !•'. rt Wo! I), Texas—From | tin I '.m:- ,;iii hne to the Mexi- 1 h<), ■. can bonier. among the men I j who know the feel of the sad jVjj die and the free, open life ol the ranee, th- news ha> been pi •■ad...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 February 1919

359*' Ttti. V-1 S. WEBB Attorney at Law. L. H. HILL Notary Public. B & HILL Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting Insurance Agents. ALBANY. (Shackelford County) TEXAS -V Diversify < ( of inuilucti'in, and then we •vli'i have failed on • it' cr > > • the1 During my (ravel over the ! ' twoyewi will be forced to county I have ohervd that >•'! in order t< <• 1i .y there is being a large crop own to pay I• r liarvi 'in/ an • 'a h in wheat and oats. In sonic ''ig. cases the farmers are -.owing I'exa farmer will never he their entire farm in small grain. prosporou until every I'ext- While I know it is the policy of farm becomes a complete unit the Department of Agriculture to insist on the farmers of Texas on planting a largo aceage in feed every year, yet I believe it is a folly to plant to much of one within itself. That is, raise everything possible that you consume on the farm. In the first place sell to your self and cut out the middlemen's profit Sanitary Barb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 February 1919

-- b ■*• * v<r« • Vol. XXXV, No. 37 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEB. 21, 1919 Whole Number 1813 The Public School Situation Like all the other school communities, the Albany Public School fund is depleted. The board of Trustees estimates iln.t it will require the raising1 of about $21.00 to givi months term. 1 he citizens met I uesday nigi Albany a '.• n<■ it tilt' I'll' "I build* the d pat run ICH'HC in^T to di it'U ways an I mean > u uppli'ni' The board li 11 deci led to ad liv . i 1 tter to school nski'vr them t > pay tuition for to • ••••sir and then in th" ev.-u that to , wil; not maint t o out and 'licit public •: ibserip'ion >r •' •• r -ma means, folk . Albaov mini not la I town <>o h< r public . it is our great'1 t iHstg and we are in favor of straining point to ke-p the school goin ■; the full term. A we tat.-.I recent is-oie of th" News, the public school is the poor man stitution. Ves, it's his only opportunity to n and if we let the Albany Public S -ho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 February 1919

-<w raetst 'tego* ,4*s iJLW >+4 <• +•>•> ■:< •:- <• •:• >:• •:• •:• •:• •:•■>+•;• •;* •:• •<• *+•<• Most men carry loose * change about, them. Jt's easy to spend that way. * Hut. you don't care for a * jin- If in yo i • icans if you * have a well- War Suv- .' in- -s ( i't; i i "'ir in- . si " |iOckel.. Vou can ",'et mor.' pleas- ure out . Slumps than you can b> it tlirov.i)'.r ! .>!« «••• >y. The jini'le souil'ls (.rood, hut the till >1 War Savings , Cci I ilicat e fc-i - I1 it. Ruy 'em. tr '""i. \v. s. s. Proposed Amendment in the State. Constitution Prohibiting the Manufacture and Sale of Intox- icating fjguors. HOUSE JOINT KKSOI.UTION N<). 1 A resolution i r« | • utn: to uuu'iid 11• <• ('on.-dtu- timi of the Stalo of T«-xm. I y ani'MuliriK Article :- Soction :'o tin rtrof by st rikmr ■ it and r ... ;ii,i t .it ami ubst it.:i .• y . t, li.i tin-roof , im-v Sfii ion 20, 1111 > 1111:' ivi; i|w inaiiwfurttirc, .v l...i it r m r>...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 February 1919

mm % The"£xt6c Starting &Li°htin<> Batterj and "£xide Service .^Automobiles DON'T neftlect your Starting and Light- ing Hattory. Like other vital parts of your car, it requires attention. We will inspect your bat- tery fret; of i-harftc; we will repair it at a reasonable cost; if you need a new battery, we will sell you the bent an '' ExiPC.'' "There's an 'ExlPc' llat- tery for every car." City Gay 11? & Albany, Ti.was I, GASTLEBERRY LlfitHSfcO ENIdAL" 1 - txmo NOW COMES THE FLYABOUT Airplanes Seem to Did Fair to Take the Place Now Held by the Chummy Roadster. TIhtp was n 11 in**, and not so trr rililv ninny ynirs wlirn Mm- youtu' Ml, II wilt! In Vest t'(| his 11 j t I'll «•; t fll« <1 CIlSll in what was known as a hi*st-tf1rl t.Jik'Ky K°t stillM' IiM'liI IMII In tin? h<an |iap r. His pun h; > • was chronicled \ 11h tho added advice (if, "Lunk out, •Iris!" With red running noars, nib- lier tires, a ta^^el on the horse's hridle. and a whip that <•« st at lea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 February 1919

\ .>t'. T - •*• . .r . J& . -¥ . Y- . Y- . "f 3 . -T- M' ., .T. .. Y . -M'- .. Xt <W \ y?- *-■> . < BM fe, « Euff? Aficr ckic consideration, we have decided to place our basin s.- mi strictly a cash basis. And when we say casa. we mean il. Hvervbody will be treated alike We have adopted the cash system tor the reason thai we can sell i>-oods cheaper. Yes, save (lie people money, and it vvii? be more satisfactory to all concerned. Buy for cash, sell r,J %• for cash, inean^ money to all. v & M. ® •I u.am..-iimmsix&uGxsJM.* jtamMwmacrtmmmi&M&br.ULax'rmamaiMUUiMmiiammmsmc. ( 1, ' • t ' f > i * / /- vX /• > A\ 4k t r\ Till: ALBANY STiVVS " • : *> !' :i 1 ' i m|>« ;• crop. t ISSUE! EVIttO FKP'.Vi MOKNIM. R c i"J H. McCnrlv. F.U. ana Publisher I l(..t's r.illy ar«. in-J ..in- public L nu • .«*. .* «t .. .««* .x iMmrmi-mart > -i « * a .m*. <*#- «" in« McComb Market Hi ' id t* M-art, >« ' ' l': «tu MjttiUl McCartf Society Ii'Ioi Kilt ro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 February 1919

■ ■ p ^9 If you wish to buy or sell oil Ibises, loyalties or production in Shackelford, Ihrockniorton, Ste- phens, Eastland, Callahan, P.urkhurnett, Wichita and other North Texas territory, pie: • write or telephone or telegraph in ■. PETROGRAD CITY OF MISERY LISTOM Jr'^15 ti r 70^ Ohio Ave., Wichita Falls, Texas, or Albany, Texas. Snrals # MHO I (The N«*wh r«'<i'irHlH •. rentiers to mail «>r i-li •• • li<- un.. • ■ 1 j . • . . f 1 nl. .. ,• ,,f finy vih 1! 111' .'1 4'ii (| r wi't'k iim pi> < If v-'' l> ""W of .>tln 1 ■ • r 1 nI • kin• 11 •• ml thorn til <) with tha tame < f thscommunicant Thin will irromtly • •«11 The N«ws In keep- jj in* intotn h withl ■ il liupiioniwytuHnd willb- ■' I fi"• i* *H I i.itou. | A IOC•IMH *r " Seed It'i -h ]x t: 1''" :il Murrie ,!. |). KiHMi.li wa.. up from Moran TucmI;i\ i.yncii \v;> tow I! Tl)( Ki"1 r vi-. |i for . ; 11.■ at Mur- Onion sets and seed potatoes Jim Lannom was in town this at Carter kinp V. ' wi- Walter <...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 February 1919

• • „ >v i STRANGE VISITORS TO INDIANS Former Theatrical Star Ends Restiess Search. Kaleidoscopic Career of May Yohe Once Petted Favorite of Two Con- tinents, Bids Fair to Have Un- conventional En\':ng. Searching for happiness, conven tlonnlly and unconveniiot: illy, ulmi;: i the gilt edges of lite world. Mn11 <ij May Voile, once darllm,' of runny has found It lit lust us thi* wife of n \ worklligiiinn amid lnii"Me surround InpM, herself a JuniireSin1 tin found It In «ork, In m i vie nml In aelf-e fTa cement. II Is as Mrs. Jnlin Si lis Hi.-it tlx tempestuous (11<-.11ri• 11 st.ir of \ st* t dnj litis iidiled a brie lit rh.i | >t • i- to tin life Hint led thu AiiiitIcui >;lii In :m ICn^lisli pcernge ill I'U'.lit eeu, int. troublesome days 'if <-s"'ii p l'-. i lir<hi , • heiirtlnvtikllig years ntnl drellne ol ftllne, Into marriage in;:1 In iitd luhen All in the restless Savage* Not Unnaturally Alarmed When Airmen "Dropped In" to Their Village. Army abators station ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 February 1919

-'f • ^ . • klStii h ;*. v KgSf1 «( BIRCHWOOD THEATRE IS NOW OPEN WILL PLAY Tuesday, Thursday, Friday Saturday Nights. For the present we are playing the BLUEBIRD FEATURES-all star caste. Iwo hours, four nights each week, you can sit in the pres- ence of the movie stars AT BIRCHWOOD THEATRE ■ ■ ■ RICHARD H. McCARTY, Proprietor .'.v. m 35S m I "Mi

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