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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 February 1912

$! I L Judicious ad vert.is- ir K has made a huc- <m hs of many busi- ih'ss <'utcrpriK< H t ry il for your own. The « irrulal ion of Tin* Nows is not world wide, but. wo roach I ho people of largo territory. ibr AnuttiJ Sens r Nothing adds more to the tone of any businciiH than the u o of nice, neatly printed atatlonery. The News in pre- pared to do thia kind of printing on nhort notice and at i-oaaonable prices. Vol. XXVIII, No. 36 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1912. Whole Number 1448 ISfi mm mm mm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi i r 1383 Webb & Hill 1912 S. WEBB, Attorney at Law L. H. HILL, Notary Public i I THE OLDEST REAL ESTATE FIRM IN NORTHWEST TEXAS We have & number of desirable farms and ranches list- ed with us for sale at reasonable prices and on easy pay- ments. Buy a home in Shackelford Cciatr", where land is cheap, and the climate the most heal in the world. Write, wire or phone us if you are in the market for realestate. WEBB & HILL Albany, T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 February 1912

-V ' ^ WK.-.T.V ■ :^3T^ . * iWii" l^;.^:' ^i v • '.1 ••. ••>*♦♦ • ••• >f,!/-.v. v' -•>«. •■■■■ %fo ,?• fin i MAMMOTH PREMIUM LIST. Attracting Exhibitors Never Be- fore Entering. fhe preliminary catalogue, which has been issued by tin- National Feed- ers' and Breeders' Association lor the 1912 show to be held at Fort Worth, March 1K-23, inclusive, coiit.'ilus about l.lOO premiums valued at approximately $30,000, and Ih one of the most credita- ble classifications booklets ever pub- lished by this association. II covers practically all breeds of livestock com- mon to the sou I It west, and also admits mun\' foreign breeds. I'ri/.e.s are offer- ed fur virtuallv all classes of breeding Miid beef cattle, lions, sheep, horses and mules, and valuable special pre- miums are also offered by the various horse, cattle and swine associations, packing houses and individuals. This enormous premium list Is attracting exhibitors who have never before shown stock at Fort Worth, and the numb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 February 1912

rr. '•!?*' -' '«V 2 ? 'V A I ► n ) JL ^ \f * * ;;i V'liflHB Wilbur Green to Begin Practice of Law in Albany Mr. Wilbur Green of Sebano, Eastland county, was in Albany a few days ago for the purpose of looking out a location in which to practice law. He was favor- ably impressed with the pros- pects afforded in Albany and has definitely decided to "hang out his shingle" here. Mr. Green is already acquaint- ed with many of our citizens, his father, Rev. W. E. Green being well known here and his sister, Miss Lilian Green, having taught music in Reynolds College one yeai. Mr. Green spent seven years in college and university work. Four of this was in Trin- ity University where he gradua- ted a few years ago. He then attended college in Tennessee for awhile, and later has studied law in the University of Texas for nearly two years. He was ad- mitted to the bar since Christ- mas, 1911, and has license to practice law in Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas. He is therefore well equipped from the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 February 1912

wxrwktstv u*.tviwr THf: ALBANY NEWS Issued Every Friday Morning. PAUL BAKER, - - - Publisher.! Entered at the l'or.l OIliiM? ut Albany, 1'exitH, an Second ('Uihh Mail Mutter. Subscript, on $1.00 I'cr Year. b'R!DA )I'h.llRUARJ' if), rgi3 MINUTES OF THE COMMISSIOHER'S COURT Boundaries of Commissioner's Pre- cinct Mo. 1. It io ordered !,v the Court that the boundaries ui. L .nmissioner's Precinct No. 1. as now estab- lished are as follows viz: Beginning at the intersection ot' the east boundary line of Shackelford County with the right bank of the Clear Fork of the Brazos River. Thence due south along said line of Shackelford County to a point in said iine due east from the S.'E. corner of Sec. No. 49, | Blind Asylum land. Thence approximately west,, following section lines, to the' intersection of the south line of Sec. No. 45, Blind Asylum Land j with the left bank of Hubbard] Cre< k. Thence up Hubbard Creek, following the meanders of the left bank of said stream to the mouth of P...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 February 1912

■i y, . V kt L * ) I Local' Personal | The Newrt requests it.H readers to mail or phone mi the nnmeH and places of residence of any visit - ors as early in (he week an poHHible. If you know of other personals kindly Bend them also with the name of the communicant. Thin will wreatly ns- aist the News in keeping in touch with local hap- peninKH and will be highly appreciated. KuiTOlt. I Murrie has the best dried fruit. Chas. Flippen attended to bus- iness in Albany Saturday. Economize by saving your sec- ond hand bags and selling them at the Mill. T. J. Lane was in Albany pur- chasing supplies Saturday. Just arrived, fresh car of Mar- schal Neil flour. "It's good." Renfro & Sons. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Meberley have returned from Italy, Texas. Ed Kenshalo went to Cisco $5.60 takes you to Waco and Tuesday. j brings you back, any Sunday via | Texas Central. Fresh Graham Flour at Mur- rie s. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill went to Dallas Monday to visit rel- atives. .). N. Davis had business in ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 February 1912

I-:-','. WfrWii- f-sTv ' r.j.'- . <i> ■ . V GOOD ROADS just discrimination. Every pro- gressive town should at once petition Congress for mail car- rier service. GOOD ROADS THK TKXAS FARMERS IN HAll-INC THEIR ANNUAL PRO- DI (TS TO MARKET FORM A PROC ESSION THAT WILL REACH FROM THE EARTH TO THE MOON. In this age, the greatest thing a human being can do is to build a public highway and the greatest thing a State can do is to improve and increase its transportation facilities. Transportation is to commerce what blood is to the body, sap to the tree and vitality to life. The Texas farmers ship lo the foreign factory $1,200,000 of raw material per day and haul them an average distance of five miles over dirt roads. Our annual products going to the markets form a process- ion that will reach from the earth to the moon. Build good roads and help the farmer. BUSIHESS MS BULLETIH Mai! Connection and Delivery In Towns. The business men and their organizations in every town j which does ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 February 1912

NEW NEWS OF YESTERDAY / 1 Story of One Famous Lawyer's Sense of Duty. Wow William M. Evarts Crossed New York Harbor on the Ice to Be Present at Beecher Trial In Brooklyn. By E. J. EDWARDS. Many of the professional associates of William M. Evarts were always of the opinion (hat his Krvatest triumph as a lawyer from all points of view ■was that which came to him through Tils management of the defendant's (lde of the civil Butt brought by Theo- dore Tllton against Henry Ward Beecher for damages of one hundred thousand dollars for alleged allena tlon of Mrs. Tllton's affections. These professional friends knew full of Mr. Evarts' marvelous management of the United States against Oreat Britain before the so-called Geneva ar- bitration tribunal. They were not un- mindful of Mr. Evarts' defense of President Andrew Johnson in the im- peachment proceedings brought be- fore the United States senate sitting as a high court of impeachment Hut Mr. Evarts' association as leading counsel for Henry...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 February 1912

'llliMMIIBWIIlllil lllll : r'J, TM'eaP' .'**••• «* • - wl • * . K GOOD ROADS £ LUtMW— Ol'iv MOTIVE POWER HAS IMPROVED FROM THE OXEN TO THE MOGUL. The human event next in importance (o the invention of the wheel was the development of motive power, beginning with the domestication of animals and gaining its greatest dis- tance when metal was substituted for muscle. The subjuga- tion of substance and the harnessing of the elements and making them a faithful, reliable and obedient servant to mankind has been the crowning event of our civilization, but our road im- provements have not kept pace with our advancement in motive power. Build roads and keep up with the procession. TEXAS INDUSTRIAL NOTES Compiled by Texas Commercial Sec- retaries Association. One hundred acres of malaga and muscat grapes have recently | county. Bonds have already been planted in Toyah Valley. Valuable deposits of fire-proof brick and pottery clay in great quantities have been found in Coleman county. It is re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 February 1912

\ sa swi inwr huH made* a hucj- of many bu«i- iiohh onterprinoH try it foryourown. The circulation of The Ncwh ih not. World wide, l)!lt wr much t.he people of a lar^e territory. r Nothing addn more • to the tone of any I businenn than the I use of nice, neatly I printed stationery. I £ V «h L News is pre- pares! to do this kind of printing on short notice and at reasonable prices. m Vol. XXVIII, No. 37 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1912. Whole Number 1449 rr r: ST f ^ 1883 Webb & Hill 1912 S. WEBB, Attorney at Law L. H. HILL, Notary Public e~ I ST i i tr & i THE OLDEST REAL ESTATE FIRM IN NORTHWEST TEXAS We have a number of desirable farms and ranches list- t ed with us for sale at reasonable prices and on easy pay- ments. Buy a home in Shackelford County, where land is cheap, and the climate the most hea lthful in the world. Write, wire or phone us if you are in the market for realestate. WEBB & HILL Albany, Texas, ^UiiiiiUlUUlUmiUiUililiUiUUllUlUiUiUUiiUlUiUUlUU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 February 1912

*r: \ —y THE CONFERENCE FOR EDUCATION IN TEXAS ORGANIZED 1907. A Non-Partisan Organization of Lay- men and Teachers Devoting its Entire Time to a Campaign For Educational Progress. SERVICES RENDERED. Furnished plans for model school houses l'ree to school offi- cials. Endeavored to unify educa- tional effort, and to provide defi- nite and complete support for the common schools,and for the state institutions of learning. Contributed hundreds of ad- dresses and 400,000 Bulletins in behalf of Rural High Schools, School Buildings and Educational Progress. Rendered important aid in the passage of laws: That increased the state appor- tionment from $5.00 to more than $(>.00; lengthened school terms from five months to more than six months; provided profession- al county supervision in more than sixty counties; established an additional State Normal School; authorized investment of the permanent fund in the com- mon school district bonds, and gave the state a Rural High School Law. Cou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 February 1912

■ "■ ' ..y;t - .. • m ■: \ \ . i t ? Mi V A T ▼ I %, \ y I 1| f ROBERT KNIGHT REACHES 85 Owner of Vast Textile Interests En- tered Factory When a Lad of Eight Years. Natlck, n. I.—Robert, Knight, the largest individual cotton mill owner in the world, who owns cotton mills here and others in this state and Mas- sachusetts, employing in all 7,600 hands, celebrated the eighty-fifth an- niversary of his birth. He started to work in a cotton mill 77 years ago, when a boy of eight years, for 76 cents a week and never attended school until he was seventeen; then only for a year and a half. So fast «iid he learn, however, that at the age of nineteen he was a teacher in the district school of Kxeter, Mass., his native town. During the Civil war the Robert Knight mills were among the very few that continually kept, going, and his profits were large. The Knight company now owns $110,000,000 worth of cotton mills in this town, Pontiac, Providence, Arctic, Centreville, ,lack- won, White Rock and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 February 1912

:y-«v.-^r&TVVf -.. y-r ^ -5-5 THE ALBANY NEWS Issued Every Friday Morning. PAUL BAKER, - - - Publisher. fclntf r<Mi at the Pout Office? ut Albany, Texan, an Second t'lana Mail Matter. Subset ifton $1.00 Per Year. I'Rll)A V, I'/i/lRU AR V 2J, ii)i-> COMMENTS BY THE COM- MERCIAL SECRETARIES A Welcome Announcement. Austin, Texas, Feb. 20. The official announcement that the Texas Welfare Commission will hold its initial session at Hous- ton on March 7th was received by many of .the State officials at the capital and considerable in- terest is being manifested inoffi- cial quarters in the proceedings of the session. A court of Inquiry of such prominence will materially assist many of the departments in solv- ing their problems and many fa- vorable comments from high sources have been passed on the movement. •Texas a World Power. The announcement in the press that a carload of cedar trees had been shipped from Pecos. Texas, to Monroe, La., to be used in beautifying the streets o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 February 1912

V < ¥ t r \ * * f t % , l Xf ^ r + * w *■* y <t Deafness Cannot lie Cured Iiv local application*!, as tlioy cannot rcach the <11h- iv'ihw! portion of tin* car. There Ih only one way to cup' <lcafnena, and that Ih by countitutlomil remedies. DnifiK-sH Is caused by an InMarncd condition of tho mtK.'ouh lining of the Kuatachlan Tube. W hen this lube Is Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Im- perfect hearing and when It Is entirely closed, Deaf- ness Is the result, und unlesH the Inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to lis normal condi- tion, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases run, o? ten are caused by Catarrh, which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition or the mucous surfaces. We will Kive One Hundred Dollars for any ease of {)•• • >ese, (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured bv nail's Catarrh Cure. Mend for circulars, free. I-. J. CHUNKY A. CO., Toledo, O. Sold bv OruurglntH, 7fie. i .ihe Hall's 1'iunllv I'llls for constipation. Local % K) ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 February 1912

■ if^ ; !b fifty., - h Vf* t: AxO> Mi lv" i* A- * UM WHEN BROTHER FRED CAME By Claudine Sisson storm. He'll try to, though, If I'm not there." Brother Fred was to come from tho city on the 7 o'clock train. Had his train come through he would have been with It, and just outside of the depot ho would have found three (OopyrtK'it, 1911, by A «oelat<*l Literary l'r«<« .) Seated before a bright grate fire In the library, with a good cigar In his mouth and his feet In another chair, Tommy Glens was content. Without was a winter blizzard, with snow pil- ing up to the tops of the fences and a gale chasing Itself down the coun- try highway; within the house was no other human being. The mother had gone away the day before on a short visit, and the cook had been given two days' holiday. Tommy had felt himself able to wrestle with skil- let and coffee pot., and had been left to do it. Tommy Glens gravitated between the city and his mother's manor house. lie was supposed to be study- i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 February 1912

mm^LL '." ^.T' • -v>' i H I w 4 Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Mattel* Esptcial Moment to the Progressive Agriculturist Marrlane vovb arc t(.o often fol- lowed by marriage rows. Everybody has to hustle; even the egg Is compelled to scramble, often- times. Men are llko hcn3, the harder they lave to scratch for a living the more useful they become. The character of the people In any community can generally be estimated J>y the kind of dogs kept. One of our contemporaries advises ecales for the farm, and that Sail Jose critter Is doing Its best t.o supply them. It is Impossible for a man to know too much; but how easy It is for him to talk too much about what he knows. The boy who would rather read the larm paper Saturday afternoon thap. go to town is in a fair way to make a successful farmer. Farmers are considered the most Sionest class on the earth, but even the best of them are continually tak- ing advantage of tho weather. If tho average man were to i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 February 1912

** l z • s MEW NEWS OF YESTERUAV Patriotic Appeal That Saved Uncle Sam's Credit. John A. Stewart Came to the Rescue When New York Bankers Hesltat ed to Take Bonds Issued In Cleveland Administration. By E. J. EDWARDS. The Into John G. Carlisle, as secre- tary of the treasury durlug ('resident Cleveland's second administration, wan several times more or lens at odds with the Now York bunkers. That Ills relations with them wit* sometimes strained was not either liln fault or theirs. It was the Inevitable result of the extraordinary financial condi- tions of the time, which he Haw from one point of view end they from anoth- er. Mr. Carlisle's tiiHk whs trying far be- yond the ordinary duties of the head of the treasury department. He hud 'been at the head of I he department only a few months when the great cur- rency panic of 181)3 occurred, and dur- ing the greater part of his administra- tion, panic conditions, which were tha result of a reaction from a period of overexpanslon and the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 March 1912

♦.'V, 1 . -V' •' ' ■ . 3. r A> - ■; - *-34;O->5| % k i JudiciouH advertis- ing huH made a huc- c« hh of many bu.si- IU.'HM fnterprisoH try it for your own. Tim circulation of Th«- Ncwh is not world wid<\ but wo rt'urb t 1m* pcopU* oi" a laivo territory. S9w Slhatm Sews Nothing: adds more to the tone of any buainess than the uuo of nice, neatly printed stationery. The Newii is pre- tared to do thia Ind of printing on short notice and at reaaonable prices. Vol. XXVIII, No. 38 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH I, 1912. Whole Number 1450 ST t £ B £ 1883 Webb & Hill 1912 S. WEBB, Attorney at Law L. H. HILL, Notary Public THE OLDEST REAL ESTATE FIRM IN NORTHWEST TEXAS * £ We have a number of desirable farms and ranches ed with us for sale at reasonable prices and on easy pay- ments. Boy a home in Shackelford €oimty, where land is cheap, and the climate the most lies Sinful in the world. Write, wire or phone us if you are in the market for reelestate. WEBB & HILL A TERRIFIC WIN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 March 1912

%-, It NEWGOMB NEWS Sunday was Rev. Clark's day at Newcomb, but on account of the extreme high wind he was unable to reach here. Newcomb and Baker young people are trying to organize a good singing class. They are to meet with each other every Sun- day afternoon, the first and third Sundays at Newcomb and the second and fourth Sundays at Baker. Miss Annie Kelly spent a few days with friends in Newcomb last week, leaving for her future home in Cabott, Ark., Tuesday. T. J. Crow and son, Eugene, were trading in Albany Monday. Frank Smalley went to Albany Monday after a load of hay. Bert Chandler of the Baker community was very seriously hurt last Saturday by being thrown from a horse. Mrs.Charlie Graham was shop- ping in Albany last week. On account of the disagreeable weather Sunday there was only a small crowd at Sunday school, the prayer meeting being sus- pensed entirely. C. P. Smalley spent Saturday and Sunday with his family in Albany. Mrs. Will Alexander spent sev- eral days las...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 March 1912

u&m % I K 1 m * I R. S, LONG FOR COUNTY AND DISTRICT CLERK The News takes pleasure this week in presenting to the public Mr R. S. (Dolph) Long who is a candidate for the office of County and District Clerk. Mr. Long has lived jn Albany a large por- tion of his time for the past, six or sever years. As a clerk in J. T. Lowery's store he has met and formed the acquaintance of a large portion of the voters of Shackelford county. For several years before coming to Shackel- ford county, Mr. Long taught school, and his training for this together with his business train- ing in the mercantile business, thoroly equips him to hold the office for which he solicits the support of the voters. Take HERBINE for indiges- tion. It relieves the pain in a few minutes and forces the fer- mented matter which causes the misery into the bowels where it is expelled. Price 50c. Sold by all druggists. Meningitis Situation. Lueders Vanguard, Feb. 2.'!. The ptomaine poison cases which we mentioned last we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 March 1912

THE ALBANY NEWS Issued Every Friday Morning. PAUL BAKER, - - - Publisher. Entered at the Host Office at Albany, Texas, as .Second Class Mail Matter. Subset ipt: on $1.00 Per Year. FRIDAY, MARCH /, H)is COMMENTS BY THE COM- mm. SECRETARIES Texas Tick Tax. Fort Worth, Texas, Feb. 2G. — The result of the efforts of the Cattle Raisers Associations of Texas and the United States Bu- reau of Animal Industry for the eradication of the Texas fever tick are very gratifying and local authorities in every section of the infected area are co-operat- ing with the Federal authorities in waging a systematic, and in- telligent war against this pest, which is more harmful to the stockmen than the boll weevil is to the farmer. It is estimated that the fever tick levies a tax against the live- stock industry of Texas of $10,- 000,000 annually while the rav- ages of the boll weevil amount to only $'3,000,000 per annum. Millions for Prosecution but Hot One Cent For Development. Texas has millions of dol...

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