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

4 « Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS. a« they cannot roach lh«- wiit of the. disease. Catarrh to a blood or conntl- tut tonal disranc. arui m order to cure It you must take Internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken in- ternally. and aets directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces. J fall's Catarrh Cure Is not a quark medi- cine. It was prescribed by one of the best physicians In this country for yearn and Is a regular prescription. It Is composed of the best tonics known, combined with the best blood purifiers, acting directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two Ingredients Is what produces such wonderful re- sults In curing catarrh Send for testimonials, free. I . .f. CIIIA'KY & CO.. Props., Toledo. O. Sold by OniKRlstH, prlcc ;sc. Take Hall's I amllv PIIU for constipation. W. L. Morris returned Thurs- day from Abilene. Sedwiek & Cook are headquar- ters for dry goods and groceries. J. P. Vickers of Lueders had business in Albany ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 5 April 1912

i 0 m EMPIRE BUILDING • « The Currents of Civilization Flowing Texasward—69,000 Homeseekers and $12.'},000,- 000 of Property Moving Into Texas Annually. There is no more inspiring scene than to watch the "rmilii ol' an em- pire, and no viewpuint i- more in- slruetive than to sit h\ the highway of eivilization ami unleli the cur- rents of progress suc'p lil'eam! prop- erly Texiisward. Alon# the roadstead of nations there pHsses nnnnallv (111,(1(10 home- ■d'ekers and >jil;M,Oii(),(iii() of proper- ly. I'i this moving van of oiviU/u- lion can he heard the accents of *\ery nation and the jostle of iirop- ■•rly from every clime. In this line >f march can he seen the lien haste >f the Hast, the hurry and hnstle if the North, the enterprise and en- thusiasm of the West, the strange mil powerful energy of Knrope and the queer frugality of the Orient— *11 united in one thought and one purpose—to build in Texas the grandest civilization the world has iver known. This mighty movement ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 5 April 1912

... _ . .... . " <• r;TJ\ j . ~ _ ' . b I HEADQUARTERS CO. E, 4TH INFANTRY, T. N. G. Albany, Texas, March 30, 1912. Orders No. 10. You are hereby ordered to report at the Armory of the "Al- bany Rifles" Co. E, 4th Inf., T. N. G., not later than 7:30 o'clock p. m. Monday ni^ht, April 15th, 11)12, and stand inspection with your Company at that time. This is to advise you that you are ordered into the service of the State for that time, so make your arrangements to be on hand. All absentees will be required to account for their absence, and un- V «< less a satisfactory excuse is given will be tried by a Military Court. Those not having their uniforms will report at once for issues. Company will drill every Saturday night until inspection. By order J. R. RICKER, Captain Commanding Company. : ♦ ♦ ♦ £ i £ £ i sr £ £ £ £ £ £ £ £ £ £ £ £ £ £ £ ♦ X X ♦ ♦ ♦ is ZS For. Furniture, Saddles, Harness, Paints, Varnishes, Repairing, Call on W. L. NELSON & CO. Albany, Texas. The Fifth Steno...

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

NOTES ON CITY BUILDING ■ jt' ■ S2fc - ri-r If you want to kick, join your commercial organization and be a constructive kicker. Are you obstructing the wheels of a Texas town? If you are, look out! You will get run over. If you want to find fault get on the inside; don't stand on the outside and sneer. Go bury your hammer; join the commercial club; pay your dues; start to boost; get to work; learn to cheer. The same law which binds a man to Christian Brotherhood binds him to Christian citizen- ship. A man can no more lay aside his duty to himself and his fellow citizens than he can lay aside the light of God's truth. Any town that expects to grow has got to work. Opportunities are not known unless you adver- tise them. Publicity is the key to success. Tell the truth and build up a firm foundation. There is enough good in the truth with- out having to misrepresent. "One Man" commercial clubs can do very little in town build- ing. It takes every man work- ing as a unit, to build citie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 April 1912

hi •.:*■• f •. £# _•- ;■ • S&-4 •:• . '"••-• •: ,ac ,>.■.• • * •••#* ■ ■<*<(••'•< * • • i. .• ■ ■ Mfc 1 r&'j MKkfcHH * JudiciouK ucjvcriis- liig has made; auc- cchb of many buni- ih!hh f nterpriw*m • t ry it fc r your own. The* circulation ot' The Nowh in not world wick1, hut we roach the people of u lurKo territory. H JUtontj Sens Nothing adds mora to the tone of any buaineBB than the une of nice, neatly printed stationery. The Newi is pre- pared to do thia kind of printing on short notice and at reasonable prices. Vol. XXVIII, No. 44 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1912. Whole Number 1456 1883 Webb & Hill 1912 S. WEBB, Attorney at Law L. H. HILL, Notary Public * iS 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 1 is cheap, and the climate the most healthful in the world. Write, wire or phone us ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 April 1912

if W-. in GENERAL HEWS, CONDENSED FOR THE BUSY READER Texas Claims a Reserve Supply of Coal Amounting to 31,000,- 000,000 Tons. That Texas need not fear a coal famine for many years, is assured by the estimate of fuel made by the United States geo- logical survey which amounts to HI,OCX),(MX),(100 Ions, according to official report for 1!)10. This sup- ply of coal, together with the vast unexplored fields of petro- leum and gas will place Texas in the front rank of fuel producing states. There are 15,015,569 Catholics in United States. According to the 1912 Direc- tory the number of Catholics in the United States have increased from 10,976,757 in 1902 to 15,- 015,569 in 1912. There are 17,- 491 priests according to the same authority, 1939 churches, and more than a million and a half children in schools and orphan asylums. In number of commu- nicants New York leads the states with 2,778,076. Texas has 300,917 citizens of the Catholic faith. The Father of Waters on Rampage. The state...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 April 1912

■,>r A t NATIONAL GUARD NOTES Officers School every Friday night at 7:30 o'clock. Regular Drill every Saturday nitfht at 7:30 o'clock. Annual inspection will be held Monday night, April 15th, at 7:30 o'clock, by Capt. James Justice, U. S. A. Every rpan must be present. Captain Justice advises that he will inspect the Company prompt- ly at 7:30 o'clock p. m. Monday, April l.r)th. It will therefore bej necessary that every member be uniformed and equipped and Company formed ready to as- semble promptly at 7:30 o'clock. The National Guard boys will accept any magazines the citizens may have which they would like to dispose of. Good reading mat- ter is always acceptable. Albany, Texas, April 6, 1012. Orders No. 2. No uniforms or equipment will be removed from the Armory. You will dress at the Armory and return all equipment and uni- forms to your lockers. All lock- ers have been checked and con- tents charged to those whose names are shown on said lockers and they will be held respon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 April 1912

*•. h ■ .v, - '•• • ■* c - - «U THE ALBANY NEWS Issued Every Friday Morning. PAUL BAKER, - • - Publisher. Enured nt th«* I'ont Office* at Albany, T«xhb, au Hocond ('Uhm Mail Matter. Subset ipt on $1.00 Per Year. I'RI DA V, APR 11, is, n)U "I find earth not gray but rosy, Heaven not grim but fair. Do 1 stoop? I pluck a posy. Do I .stand and stare? All's blue." Robert Browning. "He lives most who thinks most, feels the noblest, acts the best." —Philip James Bailey. work is interested work. In- stead of the old drudge of mem- orizing long names and principal products, the life of a country is brought to them in the moving picture. The great inventor has one of the best moving picture j operators in the world in Africa now with direction to take every- thing between Cape Town and the mouth of the Nile. In due time the children will see "Not only Kaffirs at work and at play, but the biggest beasts of the jungle, the velds, the rivers and all the wonders of Africa." Not only geography but...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 April 1912

v .^-{L It Catarrh Cannot Be Cured With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, an they cannot reach th«- H'*at of the cll ea«e. Catarrh le a blood or coriHtl- tutlonul dlaeaae, and In order to cure It you must take Internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken in- ternally. and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is not a quack medi- cine. It wa« prescribed by one of the best physicians In this country for years and Is a regular prescription. It Is composed of the best tonics known, combined with the best blood purifiers, acting directly on the mueous surfaces. The perfect combination of tho two Ingredients Is what produces such wonderful re- tulta In curing catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F J. CHKNFiY A CO.. Props., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, price 7fic. Take Hall's Famllv Pills for constipation. V Local ^ Personal [Th«r N«wh mjuoatH itH readnra to mail or phone in the names and places of residence of any viait- orH as early in the week as possible. If you...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 April 1912

•-*' . ' ■ ' ■ We. ■' • 'Hj- r • *• - , _iL: ,.r. ■- -.1 .iv ' V The Three Spears fly Maud J. Perkins (Copyright, 1911, by Associated Literary Press.) A girl was riding toward Holcomb, riding like the wind 011 a wiry pinto. Behind her was an escort of four Yaiiul maidens, who did not (display tin' grace and abandon of their leader. She brought her horse up standing within a few feet of Holcomb's own. and the adventurer say that she was not Indian at all, but pure Spanish. Her creamy, oval face, full scarlet lips and eyes lllte pools of black water made her very attractive. The black eyes appraised Holcomb swiftly. He sat his horse like a cow- boy, but the pack animal behind was laden with the outfit of the prospector, lie was bronzed by hot snns, and bis handsome face carried an expression of bold fearlessness that just escaped recklessness. 'Senor," she said abruptly in Span- ish. "don't go to the 'Three Spears.'" "Why?" demanded Holcomb abrupt- ly. For an Instant his eyes sought t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 April 1912

M HEW NEWS OF YESTEhiM Guest Who Forced Himself on James Russell Lowell. How Emory Storrs, Brilliant Chicago Lawyer, Made the Minister to Great Britain Entertain Him and Hla Frienda. By E. J. EDWARDS. When James Russell Lowell was (minister from the United States to ithe Court of St. James he entertained at dinner and In other formal ways many men of distinction and official character, and he was esteemed a most charming host Hut there began to be heard complaints from plain American citizens that Mr. Lowell was not as hospitably Inclined to- ward* them as he was towards the ifreat dignitaries. So the report iipread abroad through the United States that Mr. Lowell had at no time Invited an American citizen who had no official distinction to dine with him Whatever truth there may have been In this criticism, it Inspired a very brilliant but also very eccentric Chicago lawyer, the late Kmory Storrs, with the ambition to secure an Invitation from Mr. Lowell for a dinner not only for hi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 April 1912

I TEXAS INDUSTRIAL NOTES Compiled by Texas Commercial Sec- retaries Association. The steamship, Frankfurt, re- cently arrived in Galveston har- bor carrying 440 imigrants. The Abilene Chamber of Com- merce will offer prizes to the Taylor county faimer boys and girls for the best crop of cotton, kaffir corn, milo maize, and pea- nuts raised on two acres of land this season. Plans are being made at El Paso for a $100,000 Temple to be erected by the Masons. The Attorney General recently approved the $150,000 road bond issue for Anderssn county. Mr. E. P. Swenson of the banking firm of S. M. Swenson & Sons of New York is preparing to make extensive improvements in the new town of Ereeport at the mouth of the Brazos. It is claimed that the largest sulphur deposit in the world is located at this place and arrangements are being made to begin the ship- ment of sulphur by July 1st. Another deep water port has been added to the Texas coast by the opening up of the Aransas Pass harbor. La...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 April 1912

Supplement to The Albany News APRIL 12, 1912 U.li WV. TI'AVN FULL TEXT OF SPEECH OF JUDGE WM. F. RAMSEY, DELIVERED AT GONZALES ON SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1912 Ladiei and Gentleman: * I am here today, in i «• i nse to your invita- tion, lo luaugureti i campaign which h.is for Its purpose lo reH'^ o "V* ' Tt4xa« a government by a ' ' of he own people ft is • , . tliut this efTort should bi begun in ii great •' «• liIntori<* countv in thin Stale, und in a city, the hexing- ton oi Tela*, where one of the earliest contests for fieelora wan waged in ii war with the then government of Mexho Such an effort should Jecelve the benediction and biasing of the e -cendantn of those brave men, whose virtue and valor yonder monument chronicles, and which it will carry, let us hope, to your re- motest poatarlty But mora than all It is fitting that In this f;reat county, where In the morning of his Ife my fattier wont forth to light the battles ef itin country in 1St 1. 1 hould begin a cunt** f that I...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 April 1912

• J ft? -.I- v hov.e .i .i) oui ur^.tjiu KhoulU t,*' < >•' " :t. ! < . iJjOW the . oHf" ! r of a ( -uf/i.. 1h • fur < r «• . 1 purp< « IX 1.1 K • • Til : ,T TI TAX and reipplrment the c- unty hi.-. h. : ' i ■ st r j l'.u Uoi of the f«-vor.' - en ! • Ml I ' ,t . ■ • < ti I I \ mi the ! capita ; -.'i'.'-H.' nts,; J." the county tax." i i « ur pi e frit ystcm of 1> v, the it ate )i tin pnblU I;" !ia < be diMtrlbuied itluii tb duty <- , and • i i.'w-'i t' eactionary fcjdrlt. that would iit'• • r jin i ♦' as much the • !>irit which, tr: it ml.-t: /.'Ml, would Institute a wholly new and ; i tried • te?n. Jt i , f i ,i Governor, ami the p.-nple of tin i 1 v. <; 1 elect a le?;l Inture i. i k • • ■ • • I v. ; m my view .. purpo o aj ; wi .11,1, 11A \ . r form, in our • rimmal l'ro( edure In this f ' <iiatel\ alter my election, pl1:1 this one tlilrK. I on terunce and all to my and 1m t men In the pro- e t ;• i !>•' t Il' Tl out of II, work 11mvo led t.h-...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 April 1912

MltUin.u tontaim-ii '.hi« plank: "We favoi t y election ef United States senator* l v direct vote of the people ami regard this reform as the gate- wny to other national reform- " And yet w« And our governor declaring on ! la'e om Maf ! :< of la I y:ir, that "I do not t! jirove of election of I nlte 1 State' won- j at'>rn by ('Ire t vote <•( tin p *"ple," nod thin after, In coim; !I:ih n vh' tho demuml of the dc.nocrattc 'H'-tm, t., •• en<io nd house of n oreMWtatl '• •«'! PJI 1 • d the r esolution In I fit or of ami i'cht nn-a ore. \nd ho la mis t-. lay ••( ,re you In oppoal- j tloii to the demand t h1 party platform In their national <' n ntlon o ! opposed to the sentiment and •>; Inlom of u per rent of the democrat T -xa Haa In* :t d the Confederate Soldier. \<.-au) I i. him hrf' it the people of •J\ an ft.• of entitled to re lection In the fn t that he ha m t shown that uplrtt of appre- ciation and love for the high'"- t traditions and 1 holiest me: ■ !•!#• ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 12 April 1912

■ I Domineering, Pugnacious, Quarrelsome. But these matters to which I have called attention are but evidences of the domineering, •ognaclou*, quarrelsome, partisan spirit that fca-i marked his administration from the day ef hie entrance into the office which he now SftLeuses. lie has done nothing during hi* term worthy ef the name for the people of Texas What foo<l and wise legislation has been enacted av %v result of his recommendation? Hla friend* have pointed out none, and they can Mint out noue. What good and useful legis- lation doea he promise? None of which I am aware Ilia treatment of the educational In- stitutions of our country has been In the same «x>lrtt of a spoilsman. Mark hl< removal of flhirri* Hy hie veto the. suffered a loss of Appropriations of more than $300,000 Hut it has been suggested by his friends Cd r'almed by himself ttiat more money ha^ en appropriated for education during his ad- ministration than during any other like pe- i4od. This may he tru...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 19 April 1912

"? V .Judicious ad write inn: hue. miulr a • uc- Ct'HH of many buni- !)«• •> ifntorpriHCH-- try it for your own. Tin* (.-insulation of The N«'Wm i.i not world widi1, I mi t wo roiK'li tho |m o|i|o > |' a law territory. iht llkum Bents Nothing; addn more to the tone of any buainens than the uhc of nice, neutly printed stationery. The Newn in pre- pared to do thin kind of printing on Hhort notice and at reasonable priced. Vol. XXVIII, No. 45 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1912. Whole Number 1487 if ^ & 1883 Webb & Hill 1912 5. WEBB, Attorney at Law L. H. HILL, Notary Public I THE OLDEST REAL ESTATE FIRM IN NORTHWEST TEXAS I I % r- r S We have & iramkr of desirable farms and ranches r ed with as for sale at reasonable prices and on easy pay- ments. Bwy a home in Shackelford County, where 'acd is cheap, and the climate the most healthful in the world. Write, wire or phone us if yoli are in the market for realestate. i* B WEBB & HILL Albany, Texas. ^uiiuiuuiimiiui...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 19 April 1912

mS GENERAL NEWS CONDENSED Hon. Cone Johnson Retires From Race In a letter to the Democracy ol' i Texas dated April 12, Hon. Conej Johnson issued the statement, that he was no longer in the racei for the United States Senate.' He gives as reason for his action a broken state of health, which he says unfits him to make the race. The following statement concludes the letter: "To the many friends who tendered me their active support and extended to me their wishes for my success, 1 convey my pro- foundest gratitude, until a more favorable opportunity, when I can express to them fully my deep appreciation." Mr. Johnson has been confined to his bed a part of the time since his return from the sanitarium at Fort Worth. His present course was adopted upon the advice of eminent physicians who recom- mended complete rest and for a time freedom from work and worry. Morgan Attacked by Crowd in Florence. The eminent American finan- cier, J. Pierpont Morgan, and his sister, Mrs. Mary Lyman Burns,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 19 April 1912

f i % s, <r ■4 NEWCOMB NEWS The farmers were glad of the good rain Tuesday morning, as the crops were beginning to need rain, especially small grain. Hadley Robert went to Waco last Friday, on important busi- ness. Rev. Clark filled his appoint- ment at Newcomb Sunday after- noon. He delivered a splendid sermon to an appreciative audi- ence. Miss Flora and Willie Oldham were shopping in Albany last week. Frank Smalley spent Sunday night with home folks in Albany. Elmer and Carroll Smith did business in Albany Saturday. Mrs. Gunn has been on the sick list for the past week. The father of Rev. Clark ac- companied him Sunday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Rogers were in Albany last Monday. I. G. Curry and son John went to Albany Saturday after sup- plies. Mrs. Hadley Robert entertain- ed with a dance last Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Davis and daughter, Miss Lottie, were among Albany's guests last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Burns from near Albany visited Mrs. Burns' sis- ter, Mrs. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 19 April 1912

' J-'-v .v. THE ALBANY NEWS; Issued Every Friday Morning. PAUL BAKER, - - - Publisher. tiutcrwl at the Post OHU*« at Albany. TVx<«s, as Second Clu1.. Mail Matter. Subset ipt on $1 .on J'er Year, rum AY, AMU. /<;, "Question not but live and labor Till your goal be won. Helping carry feeble neighbor, Seeking help from none. Life is mostly froth and bubble, Two things stand like stone,' Kindness in another's trouble, Courage in your own." Lindsay Gordon. The art of living is the great- est of all arts the finest of line arts. Sutton & Horn. There is nothing wrong in say- ing something good about your1 neighbor. It: has even been elaiined by some audacious souls I that it is a good thing to do oc-1 ••asiorially. At least it will cost you nothing to invest some of your eloquence in good words, and possibly they will be like bread east upon the waters. The rnesquites are putting on ( their new foliage and becoming transformed from ratty looking shrubs into beautiful ferny growth...

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