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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 March 1912

Kwmim « i ' I 9 V * I State or Ohio City of Toledo, f Luc ah County. ( ss- Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he la senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business In the City of Toledo. County anil Slate aforesaid, and that Haiti firm will pay the sum of ONK HUNDUKD DOLLARS for each and every case of Catakiih that cannot he cured by the use of Hall's Catahiui Ci me. FRANK J. CHKNEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D., 1886. —j A. W. GLEASON. j seal f nutauy 1'uijlic. Hall's Catarrh euro Is taken Internally and arts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. .1. CIIKNKY A-. CO.. Toledo. O Sold I y all DruKulsts. lake Hall's Family Fills for constipation. Local Personal I The News requests its renders to mail or phono in t he names and places of residence of any visit- ors as early in the week as possible. If you know of other personals kindly send them also with the name ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 March 1912

■ LEAP YEAR LAWS Customs Originated in an Ancient European Superstition. Man Who Refused to Marry When Ho Was Proposed To Fined Under Scotch Act of 1288—Privilege# Granted Women. Brooklyn, N. Y— History gives the "ladieti' leap year privilege" as a well accepted fact. It is an old one, be- coming a part of the common law of social life in Great Britain as early as 1606. "Courtship, Ijove and Matri- mony," published in that year, says: "Albeit it is nowe become a part of the common lawe, in regard to the so- cial relations of life, that as often as «very bissextile year doth return, the ladyes have the sole privilege, during the time it coniinueth, of making love unto the men, which they doe either by words or lookes, as to them it seemeth proper, and moreover no man will be entitled to the benefit of clergy who doth in any wise treate her pro- posal withe slight or contumely." One legend by which it is attempted to account for the origin of the priv- ilege relates that an appeal was...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 March 1912

V J TEXAS' GOVERNOR For Second Term Discussed I Number of Friends. by AN ADDKtSS IS PREPARED Two Hundred Citlzana Pmenl a Oocumont Ssttlng Forth N«cord of Mr. Colquitt and Urging thul He Succeed Mlmaelt. Fort Worlh. Tei., Feb 10.—An enthusiastic meeting of Colquitt mi p. }mrterH, at wbeih about 200 were rep resented in person ami by letters, was held at the West brook hotel to- day. Colonel It. M. Johnston of Hous- ton called the meeting to order and stated its object--that of aiding the campaign of Governor 0 R Col- quitt for re-election. He exprensed •gratification that in view of the quarantines now prevailing the at- tendance was so large and that so many sections of the Ktatc were rep- resented. The conference was organized by the election of G. H. Culp of Gaines- ville as chairman and W. P. Hobby ol Beaumont a.s secretary. Many speeches were made indicate ing that the interest in Governor Colquitt's re-e.lection is general throughout the state and that, an aggressive campaign ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 March 1912

&■«*'; •> fe'fi •** - ,.rJ'. .^. li .( A -'-"V f. Ra, # H LOOK FOR DEFINITE RESULTS n Farmers' Union Officials In Washing- ton Expect to Secure Reforms Long Sought. To the OfllccrH and Members of the Farmers' Union: The representatives of the Farmers' anion now .In Washington looking aft- er legislation in which every Ameri- can farm fir l« Interested, expect to se- cure definite resultB this session. Wo will probably get reforms for which we have long been contending moro quickly than the most optimistic of us Imagine. Certainly, we will procure them all, just as soon aB the average congressman lea run the farmer Is in earnest Ln demanding them, and that he will riot be put off by evasions, the glad hand, free seed or a iittlo petty Job or two for the brethren. Hut we are not going to advance one inch farther along the road until we learn to smash out of existence the old school, hypocritical politician, with iiis little bag of inherited, or ac- quired tricks, and pin our fa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 March 1912

i M JH' zzmmmmmmwmvmmmmmmmmmmrmmmmwmmmmmmimmimmmimmiiim ,judicious advertis- ing has made a hii< oh8 of many buni 1108S on L«r prison I ry it. for your own. Pho circulation of The N(iwh in no! world wide, but w reach the people < l a I a rue territory. Vol. XXVIII, No. 39 I wt&%- : "v - ' • -j—.s 'SPfc^aSti* ^Ihang Urns Nothing adds more to the tone of any business than the use of nice, neatly printed stationery. The News is pre- pared to do this kind of printing on short notice and at reasonable prices. ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1912. Whole Number 1451 Webb & Hill 1 1912 S. WEBB, Attorney at Law L. h. HILL, Notary Public THE OLDEST REAL ESTATE FIRM IN NORTHWEST TEXAS We ha?e a number of desirable farms and ranches list- eel witli us for sale at reasonable prices and on easy pay- ments. Buy a home in Shackelford County, where land as cheap, and the climate the most healthful in the world. Write, wire or phone us if you are in the market for realestate. WEBB &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 March 1912

m -• '.v. ' -Afc' v- J. ••vs 37 . v.*- j , , • ■■■> ' ••... "Si • V. > .. ,v • - m—mm ■ THE COUNTRY EDITOR R. II. MCCARTY. From a financial standpoint, all along down the ages, he has been a failure. He can live on less, work harder, and through thick and thin, wear the smile of opti- mism. He is easily worked; give him a little talfy about what a nice sheet he is getting out, and he will give you at least a two- column writeup as free as water running down a corn row. He can take a whole durned town on his shoulders and walk down the street like a whirlwind looking for business, and never even grunt about it. He can get out and chase all over town looking for a news item, and walk forty miles to run the blame thing down, and possibly when he finds it, it is a boost for some dog- goned old delinquent subscriber who hasn't paid him a dollar in 10 years, nor never spoke a kind word for his paper in his life, but all the same the news item goes. He will get up and holler louder, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 March 1912

-% i ' rir. WM'm* nm. m ':imk \ I o A 4 FOR COUNTY JUDGE Judge J. A. King, the present judiciary of Shackelford county, comes before the public request- ing re-election to the office which he has held the past term. Judge! King is by training and native j ability thoroly competent to hold . the office of county judge. The, truth of this statement he has! proved by his record during the past term. Besides his ability and experience as a lawyer, he has had an extensive experience I in relation to the public school | system, having held a position on j the Albany Public School Hoard for many years. As ex-offieio county superintendent of public instruction, he has rendered val- uable assistance to the public, schools of Shackelford county. On the merits of his services ren- dered, therefore, he requests your support in his present can- didacy. Take H11RB1NE for indiges- tion. It relieves the pain in a few minutes and forces the fer- mented matter which causes the misery into the bowels ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 March 1912

iy'V^ Sfix- : -v." Xvv*1' " ' ■ t- V Bf fc _*■</ v.^vnrwr*t-V * tii-.s '-ri'nt'ieiseeeEeeeenBee******" THE ALBANY NEWS Issued Every Fr.day Morning. PAUL BAKER, - - - Publisher. j ?. . I.-it the* l'« M OUicM' ut Albany. Texas, an v-< oii«l ''!a- Mai! Matter. Suhsa ipt on $r.oo Per Year. I'RIHA )', MARCH 8, K)u COMMENTS BY THE COM- MERCIAL SECRETARIES Texas Progress. The political horizon shows many bright stars twinkling in the firmament. Never in the history of Texas have so many capable men offered for public- service and the platforms and public expressions of the can- didates thrill the state with a promise for better things. Of course there will be a few wai horses en er tin; race and old toi 'i under im'w names will ap- 1 ';:r it: I heir plat forms, but tak- ing f ■ . ; .;s a whole, thepros- iifor progress were never 1 >r i;. I T. The TeAa;. Barnyard. i 'oi'i Worth, Texas, March •">. The !• as Commercial Secretar- ies & tin: ':iess M«n's Association has ju•;( is...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 March 1912

i v I State of Ohio City of Toi.edo. ? Lucas County. f ss- Frank J. Cheney makes oath thnt he 19 senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney Ac Co.. doing business in the City of Toledo. County and State aforesaid. and that said firm will pay the Kum of ON 10 HUNDR1SD DOLLARS for eaeh and every rase of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of liall s Catarrh Cure. FRANK J CIJKNF.Y. Sworn to before me and mibHeribed in my presence, this 6th day of December. A. D., 1880. . —'■—* , A. VV. CM: A SON, j j^kal ( Notary public. Hall's Catarrh (Turn is t.ijjen Internally and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for t< stlmoiilals. free. I .1. < II I N JOY .V CO.. Toledo. O Sold 1 y all DruirulKts. 7f e. lake Hall's Family 1'illn lor constipation. Local Persona! I Tho Nowh iv«|Uoh1h its render:-, to mail or phono in tho names ami placo.s of residoneo of uny visit- ors as early in the weel: as possible. If you know of other personals kindly send tliein a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 March 1912

i ► ' THE CLOSED DOOR By Temple Bailey of the house. This is the garden en- trance. I know he is there, because I can see his shadow on the other j wall as he bends over his book." i "Good," said Bernard, "come in I here with me, and I'll find you a way . to jour room, and when you get there * K ( Copyright, 1*11, by AfciwcliUwl l.iturury i'rt'Jm.) Through his open window Bernard cculd hear the sound of a woman weeping, lie leaned out Into the silent summer night. "Who is it?" he asked, softly. "Can I be <4 service?" There was silence for a moment, then i' thnid voice responded: "If you could only N't me in." "Wait," Bernard whispered, and went down and opened the door. A girl stood outside. She was all in white and wore her satiny dark hair wound youthfully about her head. There were signs of tears on her clu cks. "Will you come in?" Bernard asked. She (shrank back. "Oh, no, 1 did not mean that I wanted to coino into your house. It is this other door that is closed against me." ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 March 1912

^ -v - ..) ?■ ;t ' W .£ ' I • MAGNIFICENT RECORD AS AN OFFICIAL IS HARM'S GIG ASSET FARMER COMING TO HIS OWN Columbus, 0. — (Special) — The News, Port Huron. Mich., In declar- ing for Governor Harmon of Ohio for president, points to a long list of what. It h.\, s are practical reforms the Buckeye executive hnv Instituted and then issues :i challenge to others to produce another democrat of presi- dential timber v.'ho has as Rood a list tc his credit. The following reforms were enum- erated by The N«ws as showing "where Harmon (Stands on political Issue's.' First Tie stand's for the criminal prosecution of guilty trust magnates tinder the criminal provision of tho Sherman anti-trust law. He is the only official who dared to start proceeding to Jail the offi- cials of ;<ii offending corporation. Ho •was stopped by President. Roosevelt. Second Personally conducted and •won the first government anti-trust case. The law had slept for six years. Harmon, as attorney general, prose- cute...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 March 1912

ft# ' I • ■ ■ I w« m ft. Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matter* <f Especial Moment to the Progrenive Afncaltnmt A sharp plow Indicates u bright plowman. Too often optimism means simply ignorance. Sometimes the wish is father than the thought. If you've made good first you won't need to boast afterward. A man is Heaved a hundred times for every 1 im<' he is hurt. Some people look on the bright Bide of nothing but a hand mirrc Don't set. out to be a nubbin so small that nobody will shuck you. Whether or not a cow is an asset or a liability depends upon the cow. A boy on the farm is worth two iL the city especially at chore-time. The trouble with the farmer is that he has learned so much that isn't so. A woman purrs at being termed a kitten, but scratches when called a cat. * There is all the difference In the world between a sport and a sports- man. The best advertisement of a farm is thriftily kept farm buildings and fences. Always think twice before you...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 March 1912

y / ••• a *''' w v wv -v- w' > Cf i i L Judicious advertin- intf hu.s made a huc* CC8H of many buwi- nc HH t'ntorpriHCH try il for your own. Tht* circulation of The News is not world wide, I mi f wt? roach t ho people of 1 law territory. K Sdmno 3ms Nothing add) more to the tone of any busines# then the uaeof nice, neatly printed stationery. The NewB is pre- pared to do this kind of printing on Hhort notice and at reaaonable priceB. Vol. XXVIII, No. 40 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1912. Whole Number 1452 v I E 1883 Webb & Hill 1912 5. WEBB, Attorney at Law L. II. HILL, Notary Public \ THE OLDEST REAL ESTATE FIRM IN NORTHWEST TEXAS We have a 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 Ccunty, where land is cheap, and the climate the most healfthftal in the world. Write, wire or phone us if you are in the market for realestate. rm«i4Biti WEBB & HILL Albany, Texas. a a a a a a a a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 March 1912

v. ■ f :K„ £;..,1 • ^ NEW NEWS OF YE J£ $ Curious Coincidence of Days oJ the Civil War. How Gerrlt Smith, One of the Origi- nal Abolitionists, Won Flr&t Draft of Emancipation Proclamation In a Raffle. By E. J. EDWARDS. "I RuppoBc that almost «voryon« who has ever thought of the matter la of the opinion (hut the original draft of the Emancipation Proclamation in In tile archives of the state depart- ment at Washington. Hut It Is not there, and It never was there." So said Frederick W. Hewn i d, son of Will- iam II. Seward, and assistant secre- tary of slate under Lincoln. Johnson and Hayes. "Some weeks after Mr. Lincoln read the firBt draft of the Emancipation Proclamation to his cabinet, a short lime after the battle of Antletam," continued Mr. Sewnrd, "the Christian commission, or It. may have been the sanitary commission, which you re- member did such nuiKnllicent work for the amelioration of the suffering;! of the soldiers at the time of the Civil war, held a fair at Albany f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 March 1912

N i 1 MARY NELL MOBERLEY On Jan. 29, 1912, Mary Nell Moberley,' the beloved little dau- ghter of Herman W. and May Hallam Moberley, entered into eternal life, to dwell with Him in the "many mansions." She was a lovely child of the covenant, born at Albany, Texas, in Sept. 1907; she grew up strong in body and lovely of face, the light and joy of two homes, that of her grand parents and of her own fireside. "Early, bright, tran- sient, chaste as morning dew, she sparkled, was exhaled, and went to heaven." We feel at a loss to speak of "death" in connection with Mary Nell a child so pre- cocious, so illumined with life yet her pure little soul is safe with the Father who lent it to the desolate parents for four and one-half happy years! And what a treasure now laid up in that heavenly home! Her receptive little mind eargerly absorbed scripture verses, and we recall the childish voice repeating the Psalms of King David, "Bless the Lord, O my soul, and all that is within me; bless His ho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 March 1912

Ill - --T '«■ - • '•V--.\v ' .. . „~n~ " tv ?:■ >-• • : \,y i££>, ■■■■■ ' vto *>*•& -;--fe r ''if' VffJr KK VV' * iff THE ALBANY NEWS Issued Every Friday Morning. PAUL BAKER, - - - Publisher. Entered ut tin- I'ost OHicc :it Albany, Texan, ah Second Clatm Mail Matter. Subset it'! on $r.oo Per Year. FRIDAY, MARCH 15, H)i2 TEXAS IHSTfllAL NOTES Compiled by Texas Commercial Sec- retaries Association. A con trad has been let for the construction of dams above Brady to impound water for the city's use. A Business Men's League has been organized at Lockhart. The People's Oil and (las Com- pany is the name of the new $250,000 oil company of Wichita Falls. The company, which is composed of Texas and eastern capitalists, will develop leases in Wichita and Clay counties. It is reported that the Cotton Belt railroa'd will extend its line from Hillsboro to Whitney. The Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce has offered a hand- some loving cup, valued at $250, for the best car load of Texas-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 March 1912

,;-•. -Ma'.'. &#?.£■■■ w 1- '{ ' V j.^ . 0 J - "' " •> ' * >•••/r.*. /."« f, •/;, ,. -r . -I 'A * State of Ohio City of Toledo, ? Lijcas County. ( ss- Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is senior partner of the firm of f. j. Cheney a Co.. doln« bmlnww In the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that, said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY, flworn to before me and subscribed In my presence, this «ith day of December, A. D., 1886. i — A. W. OLEASON. 4 REAL j- Hall's Catarrh Cure directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. I'. .1. CHENEY it CO., Toledo, O Hold ty all DruKKlsts. 7r>c. Take Hall's Family rills for constipation. Notary Pudlic. Is taken Internally and acta Local % Personal V V ITho N«*wh r<m| uohIh Its renders to mail or phono in t,ho mum-Hand placw of riMirionro of any virtit- ors as ea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 March 1912

,ir: iM-'i i*.' .X ' JH*4 tJ, - -fj' US m p BIRDS CAUSE HORSES' DEATH Veterinarian Explains a Trypanosyo- mla Epidemic In Kentucky- Is Like Pellagra. Louisville, Ky.—Blackbirds carrying Infection from the south are respon- sible for the death of great numbers of Kentucky horses from a disease akin to pellagra, in the opinion of As- sistant State Veterinarian M. A. l'ur- tly, who is analyzing the brains of dead horses In an effort to II nd traces of the germs. The disease is trypan- osyomia, and Dr. Purdy's theory Is that the birds Infected with it are hit- ten by mosquitoes, which either bite the horses, thus conveying the Infec- tion, o^ lay their eggs in the damp fodder eaten by the horses. Moldy feed was at tlrst held responsible lor the epidemics, which have been prev- alent since last spring, but that theoiy has been discarded. "JOKE" BRINGS A WEDDING Man Advertises in Matrimonial Paper "Just for Fun" and New York Girl Gets Him. Mandan, N. L).—Curiosity over re- sults which may...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 March 1912

■t - i ■ .' VT/ \: m h HARMON SAVES PEOPLE'S MONEY Application of Business Policies Eliminates Extravagance. .4 Governor Harmon, by applying to th*; state government those principles of business which made hlni ho suc- cessful aa an administrator of prop- arty while practicing taw, has sys- temlzed the Ohio government, and given the people the moat economical admlnistration in the history of the •tate. The cardinal prlrclple of the Har- mon regime hftK been economy, and the executive lias never overlooked an opportunity to eliminate extrava- gances that crept Into the state gov- ernment during nearly 20 yearB of continuous Republican control. By vetoing two bills, one making a •tate wide levy of one-half mill, and another Increasing by one-half mill the county levy for road Improve- ments, the governor saved the peo- ple of Ohio $6,r>oo,ooo. By securing the passage of a max- imum 1 ]>er cent tax rate law, which also limits the amount of money that can be expended by public off...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 March 1912

m COMMENTS BY THE COM- MERCIAL SECRETARIES Texas' Increase in Wealth Ffty Mil- lions in February. Fort Worth, Tex., March 12.— The statistical bureau of the Texas Commercial Secretaries & Business Men's Association, which is engaged in keeping a monthly record of Texas' prog- ress, has just issued its report for the month of February. This report shows that the total in- crease in wealth of the Lone Star Stale lor the month of Feb- ruary, 1812, approximates $49,- 672,500. This is $5,814,000, or 11 per cent greater than the in- crease! shown for the month of January. Divided according to its source of production, the Feb- ruary classifies as follows: Agricultural produc- tion $15,992,000 Mineral production 1,.'520,000 Factory product ion 16,150,000 Fish and oyster 110,000 Foreign capital 15,000,000 Total $49,572,500 Cotton is the most profitable crop known to agriculture and it is one of the most youthful and powerful of American industries. Millions cultivate the plant; as many ...

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