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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 19 April 1912

% Catarrh Cannot Be Cured Willi LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot rrnch the .s«-af of the. disease. Catarrh Is a blood or consti- tutional disease, and In order to cure It you must take Internal remedies. Hull's Catarrh Cure Is taken In- ternally. and acts directly upon the blood und mucous Hurfaccs. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is not a quack m«dl- clrie. it, was prr'Sc.rlbed by one Of the best physicians in this country for years and Is a regular prescription It H composed of the best tonics known, combined with the best blood purifiers, acting directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of tls : two ingredients Is what produces such wonderful re- mits in curing catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. i i c|||;\i;y a co.. Props., Toledo, O. hold bv Druggists, price . 'ic. Take Hull's Tamil" Pills for constipation. Local ^ Personal Judge S. C. Coffee was a pas- senger to Moran Saturday. Sedvvick & Cook are headquar- ters for dry goods and groceries. Hadley Robert returned Tu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 19 April 1912

■ OPENS CAMPAIGN FOR UNITED STATES SENATE AT TEMPLE. Outlines Position on the Tariff, Initia- tive and Referendum, Anti-Trust Laws, and Needs of Farmers. "I call to arms that small re n.-nt of loyal Democrats who 1 lowed the lion-hearted Rich.v Coke through flies of ncyro dicrs a d State police to plant U flag of an untainted and unstalrc Democracy upon the ramparts < cur government. I call to tho. n; u 111 p 11 cd thousands, who, in th passing of a generation, have st" mined the faith of the Dcmocrati; party against the repeated on slaugiits of Its foes, to rally cnc.t more around the old flag ,md clrlvt Socialism from within the ranks of Democracy, and preserve the honor and purity of the principles of our party that guarantee to man- kind a continuance of a stable gov- ernment, securing "Equal rights to all; special privileges to none." homo friends readied Temple shortly after noon, the speaking beginning at 2:30. Colonel Wolters was Introduced by Judge John M. Furman of Belt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 19 April 1912

ft 1 trust-controlled" products be placed on the free list, and that material re- ductions be made in the tariff on the necessities of life, especially upon ar- ticles competing with such American made goods us are sold abroad more cheaply than at home, and it insists upon a gradual reduction in such other schedules at; may be necessary to restore the tariff to a revenue basis. It further demands the repeal of the tariff on ,.ood pulp, print paper, lumber, timber and logs, and that those articles bo placed upon the free lls;t. Nowhere In that platform is there a declaration in favor of free raw material. I do not think that it may be contended that, the mere dec- laration in this platform in favor of placing certain articles upon the free list, shows that, the doctrine of free raw material is approved. The latest expression binding upon the Democrats of Texas is that of the last Democratic State convention, which reaffirmed the declarations of the State and National plalforms of 189...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 19 April 1912

1 I I i I B ALBANY RiFLES AHEAD OF OTHER COMPANIES Company E, Fourth Infantry T. N. G., inspected by Captain James Justice, 22 Infantry U. S. A., assisted by Colonel Emmett E. Walker, assistant Quarter- niaster General Texas National Guard, Monday, April 15th. All of the forenoon was taken up in inspecting the uniforms, guns and equipment, Company records and reports. At 7:30 o'clock in the evening the Company was formed for in- spection, which showed a very creditable enlistment. Of the (>4 enlisted men in the Company, forty reported, two or three town members not being able to report on account of business engage- ments, while the other out of town members being out of the county, their attendance was not j mandatory. Captain Justice's report to the! Adjutaritiiwill be very pleasing to those interested in the home or- ganization, as well as the mem- bers. He stated "The inspec- tion of the property, clothing, guns, records, etc., was excel- lent. being far above the average Nat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 26 April 1912

\ 'i . >v ssa L Judicious mlvcrtiH- intf haw made a auc- ces i of many buHi- mckm mtcrprmeH try il for your own. Tl «* circulation of The News in not world wide, hut wo roach I he prop In of iai'KU territory. I Nothing: adds more to the tone of any busiftesa than the use of nice, neatly printed Htationery. The Ncwb is pre- pared to do this kind of printing on short notice and at reasonable prices. Vol. XXVIII, No. 46 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1912. Whole Number 1458 I f £ £ £ £ £ £ 1883 Webb & Hill 1912 5. WEBB, Attorney at Law L. H. HILL, Notary Public THE OLDEST REAL ESTATE FIRM IN NORTHWEST TEXAS I I c B We have a sinmber ©f desirable farms and ranches list- 1 with ns for sale at reasonable prices and on easy pay- ments. Buy si home an Shackelford Ceunty, where land sr\ I j Is eticap, and 4Sae climate the most healtMial in the world. o £ | ' \ I 1 Write, wire or phone us if you are in the market for realestate. r<nuM i m. ••i.in i r * ' a •- .M-jtinm i sr. WEBB &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 26 April 1912

* .. - / '^yr±Jr * s i H SI "'A \ GENERAL NEWS CONDENSED Presidential Campaign. According to the Now York Herald, while Tat't and ("lark are leading in instructed delegates to the national convention, Roose- velt is gaining rapidly and it is generally believed by the friends of Governor Wilson and by those of liis friends especially who have traveled over the nation that he is very likely to be the Demo- cratic nominee. Since the Roose- velt campaign has become thoroly launched, he has carried live states, viz: Illinois, Pennsylva- nia, Wisconsin, Oregon, and West Virginia, receiving an overwhel- ming majority of the delegates in each of these states. The next battle ground is Massachu- setts, where primary elections will be held April .'50. Thousands Sing Hymn in Union Square. New York, April 20.— With heads uncovered, nearly 5,000 persons assembled in Union Square, sang through all the verses of "Nearer, My God, to Thee" today after leaders of the open air meeting had spoken of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 26 April 1912

«9 ri JESSE J. RIDEN ANNOUN- CES FOR THE LEGISLA- TURE, 106TH DISTRICT The News has received com- \ mimication this week from Mr. | Jesse .1. Riden of Tuxedo, Texas, announcing his candidacy fori representative in the Legislature from the 100th district, which in- cludes Shackelford and Jones counties. Mr. Riden is a real- estate man of Tuxedo, Texas, lie has not vet announced his platform but will do so later. Me .states, however, that he fa- vors increasing the school age from seventeen to twenty years, thereby making it possible for pupils to attend the free school from the age of seven to twenty. The News bespeaks for Mr, Ri- den the careful consideration which he deserves at the hands of the voters. R. C. BOYS G?Vt PLAY On Friday night ihe boys of Reynolds College played "The Scout Scout of the Philippines" to a large audience at the Opera House. The play was of mili- tary nature and full of excite- ment and dramatic incident. Mr. •y Sadler as the American played an excellent p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 26 April 1912

THE ALBANY NEWS WHY'S ABOUT ALBANY V* Issued Every Friday Morning. PAUL BAKER, - - - Publisher. Entered at the I'ost Office? at Albany. Texan. as Second ('lass Mail Mat tor. Subscription $t.oo l\r Year. FRIDAY, ADRII. A ryu FOUR HAVE ENTERED FROM SHACK- ELFORD. Shackelford county has four farmers who have entered the contest for a portion of the $10,- 000 that the Industrial (Congress is giving away in prizes this year. This is a w ry small number in comparison with the number of entries from some counties. Foard county l< ids will; 146 en- tries and Nueci s is second with 120. There are .'1,720 contestants in the whole stale. "SAIL ON, SAIL OH, AND ON." In this issue of the News is published an article by Mr. W. (I. Webb, calling attention to some of the YVhv's that are hold- ing Albany back and preventing her from attaining the respect- able .standing among her neigh- boring towns that she justly de- serves to occupy. The two rem- edies i'or the lethargic and un- civil' conditi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 26 April 1912

?p #„•'■ 7>«*n*&5*3rvsi.*•■ •, « - v ;l: J.; V Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, fts they cannot reach the ho at of tho, disease. Catarrh is a blood or consti- tutional disease, and In order to cure it you rnuHt take Internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken In- ternally. and art« directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall s Catarrh Cure Is not a quack medi- cine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years and Is a regular prescription. It 1* composed of the best tonics known, combined with the best blood purifiers, act Inn directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two ingredients Is what produces such wonderful re- suit i In curing catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. I J. CHi:\T.Y A CO.. Props., Toledo. O. Solrl by Druggists. price 75c. Take Hall's I amllv Pills for constipation. Local Personal 7<«un mgmmwiCMHmumammmammu I Tho NoWb requeMts its renders to mail or phone in the name . and plac...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 26 April 1912

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 26 April 1912

w AM • ' ^ ! *' :-V- - '• V,-,-.V 'XCt' ' v < y > 5 A Prominent New York Politician Near Death Hon. R. N. Lansing, of Rensselaer, N. Y.t Six Times a Member of the Assembly, Tells of Narrow Escape. "About fifteen years ago 1 wan tnken with rheu- matism, which nffeeted my heart producing what wan calletl val- v ulur trouble. T h r e <• doctors told me 1 would never do another il ;i y ' h work. While I had many remedies recom- mended to me I Hot a bottle of Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy and it helped me Inside of 48 hours. At the end of the week I called on my doctor and asked him to examine me. He said I was better than he ever expected to see me and asked if I was taking his medicine. When 1 told him I was not, hut was taking Dr. Miles' Heart Itemedy, he said, 'Thank the Lord for Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy.' 1 continued to take it, and while 1 realized my heart was damaged so 1 could not exj/ect a permanent cure, for fifteen years I worked every day, not- withstanding I had been told...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 26 April 1912

Ladies Aid Program for Tuesday, April 30th. Songs 145, 96. Subject Work. Leader—Mrs. R. S. Murrie. Scripture lesson 1 Cor. 3rd chapter. Prayer. Reference on work. The dignity of work, (iod him- self worked. Gen. 2: 2 by Mrs. W. L. Burrows. To be slothful in work is to be wasteful. Prov. 18: 9- by Mrs. P. H. Williams. God is glorified by our good works. Malt. 5:10 by Mrs. R. 0. Rogers. A certain woman's good works and the blessing she received. Acts 9: 13 - by Mrs. W. A. Wil- liams. We shall be judged by out- works and awarded according to the same. 1 ( or. ■'!: 14-15 by Mrs. Frank Easter. Our faith is dependent upon our works, .las. 2: 17-18 by Mrs. S. 0. Coffee. Song 85. Roll call. Every member will please respond with verse of scripture on work. Puts End to Bad Habit. Things never look right to one with "the blues." Ten to one the trouble is in a sluggish liver, filling the system with bilious poison, that I Jr. King's New Life Pills would expel. Try them. Let the joy of bet U>...

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

mm TOWW* w*V* '"f ;f!i L .1 udicioii!) atJvertin ii>K has inatJt? a sur- rrss (if many hu: i- iif . cntcrpriHeH l ry it for your own. Tin- < ii fiilat ion of Tin- Nttws r ijo1 \vtu ill witlf, l nl wr i« u<h I ho pftiplt? of lari'o lorntory. ®br Stag Pews 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. 1 Vol. XXVIII, No. 47 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1912. Whole Number 1459 v r- Sr B B B B "• | B B B B B B B * B B { B 1 £ 1883 Webb & Hill 1912 5. WRBB, Attorney at Law L. H. HILL, Notary Public THE OLDEST REAL ESTATE FIRM IN NORTHWEST TEXAS t. We ha ve a number of desirable farms and ranches list- ed with es for sale at reasonable prices and on easy pay- ments. Bray a home in Shackelford County, where land Is che&p, and the climate the most healthful in the world. Write, wire or phone us if you are in the market for realestate....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 3 May 1912

'v.' i GENERAL NEWS CONDENSED FOR THE ROSY READER British Gunboats Enroute to Mexico. The strong British gunboats, the Algerine and the Melpomene, enroute to Magalton have caused considerable apprehension in gov- ernment circles of Mexico in spite of the assurance of the British minister that they are entering Mexican waters with no hostile intention. The fact their presence follows closely the re- port. that British subjects have been maltreated on the west coast lead officials to believe that the boats are bringing on inves- tigation. Wilson Endorsed for President by Senator Culberson. Senator Culberson some months ago expressed his favor of (Jov. Wilson for the democratic presi- dential nominee, and in response to more recent requests from Texas that he take part in the campaign for presidential nomi- nation, expresses regret that his present obligations make this im- possible, hut states that he still favors (Jov. Wilson lor the dem- ocratic nominee, and that this view has been ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 3 May 1912

J* \ NEW SCHEDULE ON T. C. R. R. Mr. Paul Baker, Editor Albany News, Albany, Texas. Dear Sir: — We are sending you herewith j copy of our new schedule No. (>(>, ; which becomes effective April 29th, 1912, from which you will note changes made in time of trains passing your city. The management is making this change so that our patrons may make connection at Waco with M. K. & T. North, the lim- ited No. 10 leaving Waco at 4:00 p. m., which is a through Saint Louis train and affords all the luxuries of modern travel. Our No. 2 you will observe now reaches Waco at 11:40 p. m. under the new schedule, affording peo- ple in your community opportun- ity to do shopping or other busi- ness in Waco during the after- noon and attend theatre if de- sired at night, returning on No. 8, leaving Waco at 11 p. m., thus making trip without loss of time. At the same time this schedule becomes effective we will open a new eating house at Dublin and will serve passengers for lunch on trains No...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 3 May 1912

■i r;>, wr FHE ALBANY NEWS turv sweeps by and new towns spring up around ,,lrQ Aiiariin'o Issued Every /•'rainy Morning. PAUL BAKER, - - - Publisher. -ii n( I'ohI OHicr a Albany, Texan, iih •mihI (!lus*. Mail Matter like Alladin's And strangers corne and ask, "How old is Albany," and laugh to see the cows go stroll- ing down main street. Lot's wake up and get busy. .1 nbsi i i/i/iou $1.00 Per Year. IK IDA J, MAY i<>i not I! "Nature mid "great" and "sma Accepts she one and Who, striving, win the vacant place; our labels .nd hold All are of rovul ract (ias lighted streets, and relief for the busy housewife from the drudgery of wood cook stoves; and for the man of the house and the long suffering small boy, re- lief from the same torturing job of splitting the wood and kind- ling. The axe may be buried along with the hatchet and other unprofitable things, and unem- 'Idwin Markham. ployed energiesof the whole fam- ily may be expended in giving thanks that their good stars have ...

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

How's This? Wf offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any cah> or Catarrh that cannot he cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. Clll-INKY CO., Toledo. O. s\i\ the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for flu last I > y ir-, and believe him perfectly hon- orable In all business transactions and tUiunclally fthl* ' • <arry nut any obligations made by his Arm. Wai.mmj. Kinnan A Makviv, Wholesale DruuRlfit*. Toledo. O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, acting •llrf'etly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of thft system. Testimonials sent free. I'rlce 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all I)rmoists. Take Hall's l'amllv Fills for constipation. ——■ Local Personal |Thi Nowh recjue i s itB readers to mail or phono in the names and plaeos of residence of any visit- ors as early in the wool; as possible. If you know of oiler personal', kindly send them also with the name of tho communicant. This will jcroatly a.-- sist the Now:, in keeping in touch with local hap- pening" and will be highly...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 3 May 1912

, V V*'. "fo '-""" "f rM. An Eleventh-Hour Bridegroom By KATHERINE HOI'SON (Copyright, 1U18, by AMocUtwl l.ltas&rj 1'roM.) "The date set for tho wedding is only twelve days off, tho trousseau Ih finished, everything Is ready except • tho bridegroom. He alone Is lack- ing! Why, oh why, was I so foolish as to get Into this scrape?" Dorothy Mowers, silting by a win- dow in her bedroom, stared out Into the night with frightened eyes. Nerv- >u,sly she clasped her hands as they lay on the ledge before her, and a ray of moonlight caught, tho chaste little diamond on her third finger till it seemed to mock her with Its sig- nKiciint gleam. The trouble had all begun with that ring! Six months ago, when she had gone to Chicago to visit the aunt for whom dm was named, the latter had given n;r this diamond. "It's tin heirloom I always Intended io give you, since you are my name- take," she said. On her return home Dorothy had ,hotif;hllesHly worn It on her third 1 u:'er to a meeting of t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 3 May 1912

t * i .v $ 'V Whole Family Benefited By Wonderful Remedy There are many little things to annoy us, tinder present conditions of life. The hurry, hard work, noise and strain all tell on tis and tend to provoke nervousness and irritability.. Wc are frequently so worn out we can neither cat, sleep nor work with any comfort. We are out of line with ourselves anil others as well. A good thing to do under such circumstances is to take something like Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills to relieve the strain on the nerves. Mrs. J. H. Jlartsfield, 33 Corput St., Atlanta Ga., writes: "T hfivo on .several (xthhIotir hern vastly relieved l y the une <if your med- icines, especially the Anti-Pain Pill*, which I keep constantly on hand for the use of myself, husband and two sons. Nothing in the world equals them as a headache remedy. Often i am enabled by the use of one nr two of the Pills to continue my housework when otherwise I would be In hod My husband joins me In my prah-e of the Anti-Pain Pills ...

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

SE ALBANY PUBLIC SCHOOL CLOSES The exercises attending the close of the Albany Public School began Thursday afternoon with a matinee by the little ones of of Mrs. Kicker's oratory class. A number of the mothers at- tended this exercise and pupils from both schools. Recitations by Virginia May and (iraham Webb, Vivian and Julia Herd Ricker, Horace Sedwick, Anna Diller, Mamie Tom Matthews and others, were supplemented with songs and instrumental select ions from the music pupils of Mrs. Archie I-r e Biggs. On Thursday evening, begin- ning at S:.'{0 o'clock Mrs. Biggs' music class gave a piano recital at the high school auditorium. A large audience of the friends and patrons were present to en- joy the musical treat. The se- lections were well chosen and each pupil acquitted herself in a manner that bespake a thorough and efficient training. The commencement of the Al- bany Public School was rendered Friday evening. In honor of the graduating class the auditorium was tastefully decorat...

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