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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 3 May 1912

SUPPLEMENT TO THE ALBANY NEWS, ALBANY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1912 GOV. COLQUIFSJPENING SPEECH Chief Executive Makes Initial Address of His Campaign for Re-election as Governor, at Sherman, April 27, 1912. Ify Fellow Citizens: I was glad to accept the invitation of friends to open my campaign for re-elec- tion here in this great county and in tins center of schools and refinement! Gray- aon county is made up of broad-minded, intelligent and generous people. She has famished the State with many able and true public servants, and. in the past, as the will in the future, has had great in- fluence in shaping public policy in this State. I remember with pleasure and now j feated. but by a much smaller acknowledge with gratitude the vote of | than even its friends expected • the amendment, and it seemed to be ex- pected it would me i Ex • c live veto. But tney were disappointed, and the bill as approved. Provision was carefully r d« for representation of both sides or th* election boards, ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 3 May 1912

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 3 May 1912

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

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 May 1912

& nnatm-n- ** ■ .ludicioun udvcrtw- inK hiiH inmJr a sue- c'ohm of many busi- noHM vntcrpriHf'H I ry it for your own. Tlu- circulation of The News is not world wide, lull we reach t he people of i lui'Kc territory. !Pmiqi Urns r Nothing adds more to the ton* of any l>usine 8 than the uBe of nice, neatly printed stationery. The News is pre- pared to do this kind of printing on short notice and at reasonable prices. Vol. XXVIII, No. 48 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1912. Whole Number 1460 immmmmmmmmmmmmmwmnmmtmmimMmimmmmmmnMmtHmmiwimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmfwmmmmmtt i r 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. • — WEBB ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 May 1912

.. • • X v m ?•>: fvV I 11 GENERAL NEWS, CONDENSED FOR THE ROSY READER Bill Before Congress for Six-Year Presidential Term. An important result of Colonel Roosevelt's campaign for the third term in the white house is the submission to the states by Congress of a constitutional am- endment extending the term of the President from four to six years, and forbidding a second term, whether consecutive or otherwise. Underwood Wins Over Wilson in Georgia Primaries. In the presidential preference primaries held in Georgia May 1, a plurality of 14,000 votes were returned for Underwood over (iOV. Wilson. The votes for the four candidates were as follows: U n d er wood 71,55(5, W il son 58,341, Champ ('lark 20,867, Judson Har- mon 8,257. Florida has also given a plurality for Underwood. Body of Col. Astor Laid to Rest. The body of Col. John Jacob Astor, who was a victim of the Titanic disaster, was recovered from the waves by the search party, and on May 1 was laid to rest with simple cerem...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 May 1912

•V -r • v"- -• *Ai: ' >, !*vv; r.^>-^ ;- v ^ • ... ; - N k-" , GENERAL NEWS, CONDENSED FOR THE BUSY READER Red Cross Asked Aid for Mississippi Flood Sufferers. Aid is being implored by the Red Cross Society for the hun- dred and sixty thousand people who are homeless and hungry from the great floods that have devastated the lands of the lower Mississippi. Congress has been asked for $420,000,which amount is held as inadequate to relieve the suffering. Memorial Service to Major Butt. An impressive memorial ser- vice was held in Washington May 5, to the memory of Major Archibald Butt who went down with the Titanic. His death was commemorated by his comman- der-in-chief, President Taft, a secretary of war, a senator of native state, a contemporary in the newspaper field and the fra- ternity of Masons. The presi- dent paid glowing tribute to his aid and friend, and with voice choking with emotion, spoke words of praise in behalf of the noble life and heroic death of the great Amer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 May 1912

THE ALBANY NEWS Issued Every Friday Morning. PAUL BAKER, • - - Publisher. Ent 'ri'dttt th«* I'oat Office at Albany. Texan, aa Second ClttH.s Mail Matter. Subscription $1.00 Per Year. IK I DA )', MAY /<>, n)!2 "All things are circular; the Past Was j^iveil us to make the Future great; And the void future shall at last He the strong rudder of our after fate." Lowell. Old things are passing away; new powers and forces are com- ing into play. Principles do not change, it is true, but methods and people do. Great and far- reaching changes are coming about. Their progress is not ac- cidental, but is propelled by the real leaders, the heroes behind the changes. These changes for the better are felt in religion, politics, governments, society, country life, local government, and altruistic institutions of all sorts. HOGG ORGANIZATION FOR EDUGATION lioost your town and thereby boost your own business. Prospects are fair for an ex- cellent fruit crop all over Texas. That is another thin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 May 1912

,*• V How's This? a h % * * 4/, * H> offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any nh>' of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. CHUNKY «fc CO., Toledo, O. We. the undersigned, have known K J. rhetiry for the last II years, and believe him perfectly hon- orable In all business transactions and tlnunelally abl - to earry out any obligations made by his Ann. Waliu.no, Kin-nan «v Makvin, Wholesale Druuk'lsts. Toledo. (). Hall s Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, netlri'j illre"t.iy upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents per buttle. Hold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family PIHh for ronstlnatlon. Local % Personal The Racket Store sells shoes. Jim Leech was in Albany this week visiting his father, M. J. Leech. Fresh vegetables twice a week at Sedwick & Cook's. Judge R. L. Allen returned Tuesday from a business trip to Waco. If you like good tea buy it at Murrie's. Miss Mildred Manning left Tuesday for Nocona to visit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 May 1912

VJ?« iw U m U J W CIS.', .« J; ANNIE BELL'S BEAU By CLARISSA MACKIE (Copyright, 1912, by AmnwIaUnI Mtwrary ' "So Annlo noil ain't ever had a be;;'. jot—somehow she don't seem to liik'.1 with the boys; ain't a bit like hei ma was!" voleo of Annie Hell's father hauined heavily through the open par- lor windows and fell upon the as- loumlefl ears of Annie Moll and the boarder, who had Just finished a spir- ited iluot. Annln Hell's hands dropped from the piano ke.VH Into her lap and the board- nr removed the violin from beneath bis chin and dusted Its spcckless sur- face with his pocke< handkerchief. "Mow, this hero new fellow. Maps- well—" Mr. Doane's voice arose usalri in further dispensation of fam- ily matters. Annie Boll's fingers arose and crushed out the opening chords of Chopin's Funeral March. Her face wMil like a red rose, and her eyes w<* " filled with unshed tears. Hut as sli< played the tear:; over-brimmed ■nid liutiK on her lashes, then splashed upon the keys—as I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 May 1912

\ "Clean Up the Bowels and Keep Them Clean" 'NEW NEWS OF YESTERDAY There had for cnlty is without arc many remedies to he constipation, but the diffi- to procure one that acts violence. A remedy that does not perform I) y force what should be accom- plished by persua- sion is I)r. Miles' Laxative Tablets. After using them, Mr. N. A. Waddell, ^ i 5 Washington St., Waco, I'ex., says: "Almost iill my life i tlllvt' IjtM'll troubled with constipation, nnd linvo tried ninny remedies, all of which seemed to cause pain without giving much relief. I finally tried Dr. Miles' l-nxatlve Tablets mid found them ex- cellent. Tbelr net ion is pleasant and mild, and their chocolate taste makes them easy to take. I am more than glad to recommend them." "Clean up the bowels and keep them clean," i^ the advice of all physicians, because they realize the danger resulting from habitual con- stipation. Do not delay too long, but begin proper curative measures. Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets area new remedy ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 May 1912

j; "-y % WILSON TO CONTROL TEXAS CONVENTION Roosevelt Now Leads. From Dallas News. Returns from Democratic coun- ty conventions received and tab- ulated by The News up to 2 o'clock this morning bear out the indication of the precinct con- ventions by disclosing an over- whelming victory for Gov. Wood- row Wilson of New Jersey in the preferential contest which closcd in Texas yesterday. Gov. Wilson will enter the state convention with more votes than enough to control the selec- tion of the National delegates and to determine their instruc- tions. It does not appear that combination of Harmon and Clark forces would or could af- fect this situation. The vote at 2 o'clock this mor- ning stood: Wilson 333 5-6 Harmon 121 5-6 Clark 39 1-2 Counties reporting 18-1 Counties yet to report.. 61 Necessary to control :$12 On Republican Side. Action of the Republican coun- ty conventions was not so decis- ive. One hundred and fifty-six counties had reported at mid- night. giving Theodore Roose- v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 May 1912

I L Judicious advertis- ing Huh made a uue- of many bnni- neHH onterp.riHCH t ry it for your own. The circulation of The Ncwh is not world wide, but wo reach the people of large territory. @) Albaim Sews Nothing: adds more to the lone of any bu8lnest< than the use of nicc, neatly printed stationery. The News in pre- pared to do thia kind of printing on short notice and at reasonable price*. Vol. XXVIII, No. 49 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1912. Whole Number 1461 £ £ £ £ ' cr £ £ £ £ £ £ < £ £ m- £ £ £ 1883 Webb & Hill 1912 5. WEBB, Attorney at Law L. H. HILL, Notary Public THE OLDEST REAL ESTATE FIRM IN NORTHWEST TEXAS We have si number ©f desirable larms and ranches list- ed with us for sale at reasonable prices and on easy pay- ments. Suy i home in Sharklford County, where land m§ cheap, and the' climate the most healthful in the world. Write, wire or phone us if you are in the market for realestate. 4 WEBB & HILL >r tmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmiiimiimmmimmmmmimmmmmm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 May 1912

WW i >jJ&, * «?r'y'- . $ GENERAL NEWS, CONDENSED FOR THE DDSY READER Committee M.E. Church Rejects Pro- posal to Amend Church Discipline. By a vote of 100 to 51 the com- mittee on state of the church re- jected the report of a majority of the sub-committee which favored the elimination of that portion of the famous paragraph 2(50 of the church discipline which espec- ially prohibits dancing,card play- ing and kindred amusements. The report of the sub-committee favored the elimination of a por- tion of the paragraph and leav- ing the question of amusement to the conscience of the individ- ual member. Unless the general conference of the church over- rules the action of the committee the paragraph will remain a law of the church. "Father's Day" Suggested. It has been suggested by a Texas citizen that it is unfair everybody should have a day but "poor old dad," and the further suggestion is made that the first Sunday in October lie observed as "Father's Day" with the chrysanthem...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 May 1912

* NATIONAL GUARD NOTES Officer school is being conduct- ed at. Camp Mabry in rifle prac- tice and musketry by about 150 officers of the Texas National Guard, under direction of reg- ular U. S. officer detailed for the purpose by the war department. The First Company Coast Ar- tillery Texas National Guard have arranged for a revolver and rifle match to be shot at Galves- ton range during the Cotton Car- nival, August 12, 13, 14, 15, 1912. The competition is open to civil- ians as well as military teams, peace officers revolver and pistol matches. The program will be published later. MEN WANTED. Captain J. R. Ricker in com- mand of the Albany Rifles is anxious to increase the member- ship of the Company to 100 men. Only men willing to go to front if necessary are desired. Young men in Shaackelford county who wish to join the Company are re- quested to mail their application to Captain J. R. Ricker, Albany, Texas, at once. Captain Ricker is now in Austin, and is urging that the members...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 May 1912

if I M m THE ALBANY NEWS Issued Every Friday Morning. PAUL BAKER, - - - Publisher. k 11<• i <'<l ut the I'o.ht Office at Albany, Texan, us Second Class Mail Matter. Subset ipt'on $1.00 Per Year. I'RIDA r, MA Y 17, Then let us pray that come it may I As come it will for a' that) That sense and worth, o'er a'the; earth. Shall hear the gell, an a' that: For a' that an a' that, It's com in yet for a' that, That man to man the world o'er Shall l>rithers he for a' that. Robert Burns. TO REORGANIZE COMMERCIAL LEAGOE, FRIDAY NIGNT, MAY 24 All who desire to reorganize the Commercial League are re- quested to meet in the county court room, Friday night, May 24. The question of reorganiz- ing the League has been dis- cussed by a number of the busi- ness men and all seem to desire its revival. It is believed, fur- ther,that all that is necessary for its revival is the meeting of those so inclined. No one, we believe, will doubt for a minute the de- sirability of having a league in A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 May 1912

* How's This? T\> offer Onr Hundred Dollars Reward for Any cts. nt Catarrh that cannot be cured by liall'a Catarrh Cure. V. .1. CIII.NKV «fc CO.. Toledo. O. tin1 undersigned, have known !•'. J. Cheney for the Iuh« I'. years, and believe him |>erfcetly hon- or;! hie In all ImsltieKH traiiHuctlons ami tUiauetally able to carry out any oblljmtlonn made by bin Arm. Waldinu, Kinnan A Mahvin. Wholesale PrUKRW*. Toledo. O. llall'f* Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, act Iter i|ir-( tiy \i|x>ti the blood and tiittcnun mirface* of the •vwlcin. TentlinonlalN nent free. I'rire 75 cent* per bottle. Fold by all Druggists. lake Jin IP* Fumllv I'llls f r emi«llnaHon. Local % Personal I The Ncwh r««(juoHtH It s reader* to mail or phono in the numoK and placea of muddier of any visit- ors u.h «*arly in the week as possibl**. If you know of other personals kindly send thorn also with the name of the communicant. This will jrrcntly as- sist the News in keeping in touch with local hap- penirigs...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 May 1912

r ■qpr ■A uflfw! ? I A LITTLE CONSPIRACY By BRYANT C. ROGERS rnrrrrityif "fff flHIMPTFFyMfillfH Il "IHIM MMW <GopyiJf;l)t, 19lu, by AMoclatod Literary Press.) "It's this way," wild John Hamilton, the lumber baron, to Ills son Walter, as they held an Interview In the fam- ily library, "you are through with col- lege." "Yes, father," ' .Inst scraped through." "About, that." "Don't know enough to run a pea- nut stand." "Perhaps not." "Well, I'm In a fix and have got to use you. I expect, you'll niako a mess of things, but can't help It. I haven't seen much of you for the last three ye,irs, but I don't supposo they'vo giv- en you any more brains." "I can't say as to that." "Just my luck to have a son who eati't pull oft' a smart trick nor makti ii dollar." John Hamilton was a wealthy man, lull ho had made most of it by sharp pn' llces and taking advantage of the iniHlortlinos of others. Ilo was self- iiiiiiIo and like all that class he was overbearing and bourtful and respect- er! on...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 May 1912

f. TEXAS NEEDS GREAT MEN XXXV11I. ArPEAL ^UJ-HILLIP, the Macedonian king, while drowsy with wine was 4a trying a case and the prisoner after sentence was pro- nounced, exclaimed, "I appeal." "And to whom do you appeal?" inquired the astonished monarch. "1 appeal from Phillip drunk to Phillip sober," replied the prisoner, and the king granted the request and at a rehearing gave the prisoner his liberty. The people drowsy with the wine of discord oft-times pro- nounce a verdict on public questions which they reverse in their more calm and deliberate moments. The next best thing to making no mistakes is to correct them. NEW NEWS OF YESTERDAY Sole Request Made by Ex-Presl- •ient of a President. f J mmmmi m mm w m if! m % a if mm tiw m SMI i| 11 mr \v X A PRISONER APPEALING FROM PHILLIP'S DECISION. Let those who balance the scales of justice and weigh ou, the destinies of their country, avoid the bar-room of suspicion where envv and hatred are served and where the atmosphere is poisoned ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 May 1912

*hm#wc % ■*1US w Primary election is costly |1.B0 to 910.50 a Vote la Expense New York Taxpayers Have to Pay. TiufTalo, N. Y. — It cost the tax- payers from $1.50 to $10.50 a vote for each vote at the recent primaries in western New York, according to fig- ures compiled by the local election commissioners. The minimum cost was $1.50 and most of the figures shown were considerably above that figure. The cost In New York city Is ald to average about $1! per vote. Child Eats Goldfish. Ilellefontalne, ().—Frank Cornelia, aged six years, strolled Into Dr. Carrie lUcheson's office and watched the gold fish swimming In a glass case. The little ilsh looked good enough to eat, no Frank lilted one out of the water and ate It whole. It tasted good and he ate another. There was another in the bowl, lie did not eat that one, because the services of Dr. Iticheson, who happened in, became immediate- ly necessary lor Frank. Hnd the musician enter the house of a dressmaker at 325 West Thirty- fourth...

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