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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 March 1912

. > V ■ ■ ?%WMKK -\V -* -#.« ■ ,y* -r-r PSfflT !f k3 K* ii I Judicious advertis- ing: ha mado a hik - cchh of many huni- ni!HH onterpriKCfs t ry it for your own. The circulation of The N<*w« is not world wide, but wo roach I ho pooplo of a lartfo territory. It ^Ibdtm Hews Nothing adds more to the tone'of any busineAH than the use of neatly short reasonable prices Vol. XXVIII, No. 41 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 2ft, 1912. Whole Number 1453 k sr g c: B tr ST A s: 1833 Webb & Hill 1912 5. WEBB, Attorney at Law L. H. HILL, Notary Public * sir r ^ 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. liny a home in Shackelford Ccunty, where land is etaeap, and the climate the most healtiiffiil in the world. Write, wire or phone us if you are in the market for realestate. WEBB & HILL Albany, Texas. 3 a 3 S 3 3 —— =3 3 3 JO PREACH HIGH SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT SER...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 March 1912

V- " J'JDSON HARMON AS VOTE GETTER Okie Executive Can Carry the Pivotal Statss. Columbiifi. O.— (S|if>oinl) If 'lie Demonary nf 'ho witiiw is U> win In th<> iiatilv of 1912. 11 tmiKt bf pran- tlcal when ii si:l#*cts lis in'xt t rf?siMen- U l canilirlalc The vfillfthlllty ofihi" different <;iii<li<lnios must '>*■ tal.on Into coimlrlcnillon. n fW'niont of which Is liieiv MlrwiiKlh III Hev< r«l doubtful vl ill's, win ll :ik Oiilo, \'(*w York and bulimia, the electoral votes of which are xulllflrr.t, In mMltlon to the bullots of Ktutew safely T)eino- crntlc, to plnce a IV'ivioo.iat In the White House. Then- ulll he KI'.I voles In the elec- toral college which will seloci I h<- preKldcnt in 1912. The niaiotity re- quired to elect I he nation's woc.iitive is 26 >. Slndenl* of national politics •it.lmate the Depiorvatle oatuliibile can be reasonably •l<,|ienili'il on hnv 1ng lk~ voles in the elector*' collojfn, and In theae figure* are innltlrlotl 'he ao...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 March 1912

I V k Officers School every Friday nitfht at 7:30 o'clock. Regular Drill every Saturday night at 7:30 o'clock. The annual inspection of the Company will be held Monday night, April 15th, at 7:30 o'clock. Full attendance required. Every member will be required to re- port, as no excuse for non-attend- ance accepted. Three new members enlisted in the local Company the first of the week. The Company had good attend- ance at drill last Saturday night. The firing by the Company was excellent, showing that the boys are learning fire control. Arrangements are being per- fected for a big time during the coming annual camp this sum- mer. All those desiring to at- tend will hand in their names at once, as no new members will be taken after inspection, which takes place on the 15th of April. Now is the time to get busy. All property belonging to the Company must be in the Armory before 1 p. m. April 13. Every member must be at inspection at 7:30 p. m. April 15th. Every man absent will be calle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 March 1912

%j " Mot THE ALBANY NEWS Issued Every Friday Morning. PAUL BAKER, - - - Publisher. Entered at the Pont Office at Albany. Texan, aa Second CIhhb Mail Matter. Subset ipt'on $1.00 Per Year. /'KIDAY, MARCH 22, nji> TEXAS INDUSTRIAL NOTES Compiled by Texas Commercial Sec- retaries Association. A charter has been granted the Brady Oil and Gas Company; capital stock .$100,000. V'our hundred and thirty-three acres of land in Ellis county re- cently sold for a cash considera- tion of $40,000. The Rio Grande Horticultural Society has been organized at Brownsvillp with a membership of fifty. Amarilio has been selected as the next meeting place of the Panhandle and Southwestern Cattlemen's Association. It is reported that Fort Worth has been chosen the eastern ter- minus of the Stamford and East- ern Railway. Actual construction has begun on the terminal railroad leading from Port Aransas to Aransas Pass. The state railway commissioner has been advised that the Gulf. Colorado and Santa Fe ha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 March 1912

V' : u. > % \ Btate or Ohio city ok Toledo. I Lucas County. ( ss- Fiiank J. Ciiknry makes oath that hp Is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney A Co., dolus business in the City of Toledo. County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the stun of ON 14 HUNDRKI) DOLLARS for each and every case of CATAHitii that cannot bo cured by the use of HALL'S CATAFUUI CUKE. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed In iny prosyneo, UiIh Oth day of December, A. D„ Ib80. i — A. W. OLKASON. j heal J- Notary Ptm ir . Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally ami acli directly upon th«- blood and mucous surfaces ol the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHUNKY A- CO.. Toledo. O Sold I y all DruKKlsts. 7r e. lake Hall's Family Fills for constipation. DeWitt Biggs attended the Fat Stock Show in Fort Worth this week. Local V Personal Visit Sedwick & Cook's store and inspect the new things in spring dry goods. L. W. Green returned Tuesday from a visit to his home in S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 March 1912

NEW NEWS OF YESTERDAY Turning Point in History of Two Great Railroads. How Joseph E. Sheffield'* Sal* of Stock Affected the Future of th* New Haven and the Bo*ton A Albany Line*. By E. J. EDWARDS. When the lnte William Bliss be- came, In 18KO. president f the Boston ft Albany railroad, then ihe biggest transportation line In New Kngland, he went to work very quietly but very energetically to obtain for that rail- road n through lino from Boston to New York, and make It a competitor of the New York, New Haven & Hart- ford for through business between New York and Hoston, on which the New Haven line, then Just beginning to come Into the field as a great na- tional system, had a monopoly. With that end In view he made plans to get control of the "Canal" railroad. The "Canal" railroad was the crea- tion of the late Joseph E. Sheffield, the founder of the Sheffield Scientific school, one of the leading departments of Yale university. The road—Official- ly, the Now Haven & Northam...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 March 1912

'■ k ' -r&- •" % The Norwegian Explorer Tells of His Antarctic Dash, GRAPHIC ACCOUNT OF THE TRIP Captain Amundsen's Own Narrative of Hia Attainment of the South Pole December 14, 17, 1911. * Jt (By Jlottld Amundsen. Copyright 1! 12, by The N. Y. Times Co. All rights reserved.) Hobnrt, Tasinunia, March 8.—At 2 a. m. on the 10th day of February, 1911, we commenced to work our way toward the south, from that day to the 11th of April, establishing three depots, which iu all contained a quantity of provisions of about 3,000 kilos, including 1,100 kilos of seal meat, were cached in 80 degrees, 700 kilos in 81 degrees and 800 kilos in 82 degrees south latitude. As no land murks were to be seen these de|iols were marked with flags, seven kilometers on each side in the easterly and westerly directions. The ground and the state of the barrier were of the best and special- ly well adapted to driving with dogs. On February 15, we had thus travel- ed about 100 kilometers. The weight of ihe s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 March 1912

"" . si* i REPORT OF COM- MISSIONERS GOORT Now at this time came on to be considered the petition of R. L. Broadfoot and 4!) others, free- holders and voters in Shackelford county, Texas, to lay out and es- tablish an election precinct in said county to be known as elec- tion precinct No. 8, and described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the N. W. corner of .Justice Precinct No. 3. Thence cast to Hubbard Creek, thence down Hubbard Creek to a point where north line of Justice Precinct No. 15 leaves said creek, thence east along said line of Justice Precinct No. .'5 to the county line of Stephens county. Thence south along county line to the N. W. corner of Section No. 50, and N. E. corner of Sec- tion No. 49, Orphan Asylum land. Thence west to N. W. corner said Section No. 4!), thence south to N. E. corner Section No. 48, thence west to N. W. corner Sec- tion No. 49, thence south to north line of Moran Independent School District, a point on west line of said Section No. 47, Orphan A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 29 March 1912

... ;v W ' . .:• • m Wi I lf«v ' ^ ;* <■* 1 -a- .1 udiciouH mlvortiK- intf has made a huc- ci'HH < f many l usi- ni*HH ontprprisf; t ry it for your own. Tin- circulation of The News is not world wide, 1mi f we reach the people >f a lurKe territory. 1 Item Seas Nothing add* mar* to the ton* of «ny buainess than the uae of nice, neatly printed atationery. The Newa ia pre- pared to do thia ahort notice and at reaaonable prices. Vol. XXVIII, No. 42 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1912. ^ Whole Number 1464 ¥ £ I r sr 1883 Webb & Hill 1912 S. WEBB, Attorney at Law L. H. HILL, Notary Public I 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 healthful in the world. Write, wire or phone us if you are in the market for realestate. >8 1 £ £ £ £ sr £ £ £ £ WEBB & HILL Albany, Te...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 29 March 1912

•>'v. - T>iJ. ■ "r. ZE Noted New York Structure to B< Demolished. Building Known as Fulton Trading Post Which Linked Modern Goth- am to Peter Stuyvesant's Days Fails to Pay. Now York.—Tottering under its weight of ninety yfcarx and showing thjp ugly scars of a recent lire, Fultfln market, the historic, the picturesque the malodorous, is about to fall. The ruthless hand of progress, personified in a wrecking crew, working under #r dors of the municipal authorities, will begin tearing dowtn the old yellow building In the block bounded by Ful- ton. South, I Seek man and Front streets some time during the coming spring or summer. Thrice condemned is the old struc- ture, with memories woven around it tliat link the present New York, with its rtisilo and bustle, its subway and cloud touching structures of stojie and steel, to the days of Peter Stuy- vessint. For it was that stubborn old Dutchman, who, Sept. 12, 1G56, as gov- ernor of New Amsterdam, decreed that "Saturday shall be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 29 March 1912

. v% A^>~ -V;V t U . -7 / ' 1 n V- i*;':. >&)JS8 in ir * 5? *> '$ HOW ABOUT THE GAS STREET LAMPS? Wouldn't the Natural Gas street lamps make Albany shine these nights? We understand that the Pioneer Natural Gas Company offers to furnish natural gas free for three years for lighting the business streets of Albany. Cer- tainly this is as liberal a propo- sition as the business men and other citizens who are interested could expect. Nothing for the people of Albany to do for a term of three years but to furnish the lamp posts and globes. Five or six of these, it is estimated, are needed, and these at a cost of about $125.00. All that is neces- sary, we believe, is the circula- tion of a subscription list for this purpose. There are enuf men in Albany, we are sure, that want to see the streets lighted, to sub- scribe this amount readily. Therefore, let the subscription list be circulated, the money raised, the posts ordered, so that when the gas is installed we may at once ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 29 March 1912

mmm '**•' v, *>,• -i" ; A <r - . *> THE ALBANY NEWS Issued Every Friday Morning. PAUL BAKER, - - - Publisher. Entered at the; I « t Office at Albany. Texas, a« Second ClasH Mail Matter. Subscription $t.oo Per Year. I'RID A V, MARCH 29, kju The country merchants howl about the catalogue houses and it is well they may, but, Mr. Mer- chant, do you know why they sell goods all over this country? That is dead easy -they adver- tise. A train load of catalogs came to Fort Worth not long ago for distribution in Texas, and on every center table in this land, and in the byways and out on the highway, in the hamlets and cities you will find these cata- logs, giving description and price of every article in their stock. And the man that writes their ad is an expert in the art of Profane Language Advance of Culture Causes Its Decline By P. EVAN IONES \\INU to the extensive use of profane and blasphemous lan- guage! having become so common seemingly among people in all walks of life, man...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 29 March 1912

1> V * 41 •* r + State of Omo rm or Toledo, | Lticab County. ( 5b* Frank J. Cheney m K«i oath that he la senior partner of (ho firm of F. j. Cheney A Co.. doing iuBlMM in the City of Toledo. County and State aforwiaid. and that aald firm will pay the sum or ONE HUNDRED DOLL A KB for each and every rate of Catarrh that eannot be rured by the use of Hall s Catarkh cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this fith day of December, A. I).. I8R6. —■i A. W. QLEASON, I 8KAL ( NoTAUV I'UBUC. Hall's Citarrh Cure In tikrn Internnlly and arts directly upon the blixxl anri mucoun aurtacra at the nratcm. Send lor tpatlmunlala. tree. F. J, CIIKNEY A CO.. Toledo, O Hold ty all Dninclata. 7Sr. lake Hall's Family Mils lor rnnatlpation. Local % Personal [The News rcquesta its renders to mail or phone in the 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 of the com...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 29 March 1912

. ■ * • p/**- ' II e Remarkable Disclosures Made by Yale Expedition. Find Traces of Highly Civilized People Ten Thousand Years. Ago, and a Magalithic City U Unearthed. New Haven, Conn.—There was sub- [iiitied ill the meeting of the Yale corporation a report oi the Yale ex- pedition to Peru, headed b> Professor Hiram Mlnghatn, in which were made known for the first time some remark- able discoveries. It Ik said no scien- tific expedition in recent yea.i\s has garnered so much that Is of Interest iu the scientific world. Chief among the results was the finding for the first, time of hones of the prehistoric man, of the age before the glacial period. An estimate of the age of the bones is not less than 10,000 years. Several archaeological discoveries made by Professor liing- liaiu included ruins of several Inca or pre-Inca cities, and traces of a high- ly civilized people earlier than the ln- eas. Another discovery was that of the bones of the American bison, which scientists never ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 29 March 1912

y ■ t?: A:".''1 y: . f • •* : . * •/. • ? V 4 a \ . Outstanding Road and Bridge Bonds: / Sinking Fund No. 2 500.00 Sinking Fund No. 1 6,000.00 Sinking Fund No. 3 6,000.00 Outstanding Court House Bonds: Sinking Fund No. 4 35,000.00 THE STATE OF TEXAS | County of Shackelford J I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct report for the year ending February 1st, 1912, as required by Art. 935a, General Laws of Texas, approved May 11th, 1893. Given under my hand and seal of office, at Albany, Texas, on this the 21st day of March A. D. 1912. [L.S.] W. B. KING, County Clerk. CARBON PAPER FOR SALE AT NEWS OFFICE When The Sign Failed By Nellie T. Anderson ♦ ♦ & 4 tr B s~ £ ♦ I ♦ Hs rr & ♦ ♦ ♦ mmmmijtromm-mmmmmmmm For.... Furniture, Saddles, Harness, Paints, Varnishes, 1 7 —«• / Repairing, | Call on | W. L. NELSON & CO. 1 3 3 2s 3 ♦ anuuimauuaau'iuiiuuiumiuiuiu444^ Albany, Texas. Woman's Ills M "y women suffer needlessly from girlhood to womnn- I 1 niul from motherhoo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 29 March 1912

qhm*«*V* 4 THE COLLEGE JOURNAL Athletics. Rat Row carried off the honors of the game played Tuesday on College Campus, the score being 7 to 5. The game was played with much interest, and was one of many features. Castleberry lost the ball for town team. The amusement loving people of Albany are missing a treat by not attending the games played each Tuesday on College Campus. Game called at 4:30. Admission free. Come out. Literary. The I'hilomathian literary so- ciety of Reynolds College has re- cently elected the new officers for the last quarter. Those elected are as follows: Mr. Jefferson Kelley, president; Mr. Joe Cas- tleberry, vice president; Miss Gladys Sedwick, secretary; Miss Berta Harf Nance, critic; Miss Louise Webb, treasurer; and Mr. Milburn Long, chaplain. Our society is improving all the time and each member seems to be doing all that is in his power to improve the meetings. An open meeting of this so- ciety will be held a week from Friday night and the student body ur...

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

Judicious aflvcrtiH- inff han made a huc- cm'kh of many Lusi- lioH.s <;nti!r|iriH<;s - t ry it for your own. The circulation of The News is not world wide, but. we reach the people of a large territory. Nothing: adds mora to the tone of any busineua than the uHoof nice, neatly printed stationery. The New* in pre- pared to do this kind of printing on nhort notice and at reasonable priced. Vol. XXVIII, No. 43 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1912. Whole Number 1400 sr B > 1 * £ M 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 list- 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 healthful in the world. Write, wire or phone us if you are in the market for realestate. I WEBB & HILL Albany, Texas. x'M ■ I: rumumimmtmmumuimuummiitiuummmtiummmiimtuimuuuuutmtum...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 5 April 1912

n a$* Kb §S f Wf> GENERAL HEWS, CONDENSED FDR THE BUSY READER Virginia Outlaw Captured. The youngest of the Virginia outlaws, Friel Allen, has been .captured and occupies a cell in the jail of Ilillsville. There are two others, Sidna Allen, brother of Friel, and Wesley Edwards, a cousin, who are being hunted to justice. Friel Allen, who is only 17 years old, stated that his brother and Edwards were both prepared to resist until death. They are the last of the outlaw band that killed .Judge Massie and the sherilf, prosecutor, juror and a bystander on March 14th. They have since taken refuge in the Blue lliilge Mountains of lower Virginia. The cause of the killing was a jail sentence passed upon one of the band by Judge Massie. Rivers Overflow in Upper Half of Mississippi Valley—Much Dam- age Done. Rapidly melting snow is mak- ing a raging torrent of every river and stream in the upper half of the Mississippi Valley, wrecking houses, inundating lands and endangering lives. As the w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 5 April 1912

warn ' t k NEWGOMB NEWS liev. Holley will preach at Newcomb next Saturday night, Sunday at eleven and Sunday night. Everybody is cordially invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lanham visited relatives in Albany Tues- day. Messrs. Gunn, Dixon and T. H. ('row transacted business in Albany last Saturday. Jack and I). 11. Robert spent1 Saturday and Sunday with their parents. Notwithstanding last Thursday was a cold day, several of the ladies met at Mrs. Davis' and a Sewing Circle was organized. An hour or so was spent in sew- ing and pleasant conversation. Then to the delight of those pres- ent the hostess, assisted by her daughter, Miss Lottie, served de- licious refreshments of pineap- ple, whipped cream, cake and coffee. The afternoon was en- joyed very much by those pres- ent, and they extent! a hearty welcome to any that may wish to become members. The next meeting is to be at Mrs. .1. E. Allen's Thursday, April 25th. Mrs. Easter and son, Evan, at- tended to business in Albany Tue...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 5 April 1912

mmm W! .Wf: m II THE ALBANY NEWS Issued Every Friday Morning. PAUL BAKER, - - - Publisher. Knterorl itt the Post Office at Albany. Texan, a« Second Class Muil Matter. Subscription $1.00 Per Year. FMDA )', APRIL /<;/,> "Hope puts a song into the heart, ll( p( makes a light when the night is dark: Hope, hope Rives strength when the flesh is weak, Hope is an anchor to those who seek; Hope chases all our fears away, Hope brightens up the darkest day; Hope dries the mourner's flowing tears, Hope, hope endures through all the years." Was your garden bitten by the late frost? Then plant again, there is time and the rain is with us. A lew sunny days and the drabs and grays of winter will give way to the transforming touch of spring. the benefit is secured. The re- sult is, Albany has suffered less from the effects of the dry years than most of the western towns, and is in condition to make the most of returned prosperity. THE KNOCKER. The Knocker may knock but his knocking is not hear...

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