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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 July 1911

... i: :"-*■ • '*•(- r*-^-y^ira#f&HK Tp — • Advertise in The News and you are sure to j^et business. ®he DJkma Our Job Department turns out the best class of work. Vol. XXVIII, No. 6 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1911. Whole Number 1418 ♦♦♦♦mmmmtmmnmmnmmmmmmimmmmmmmm mm mm mttnmmmmmnmmffimmtmtmmmttmmtmmmmmmm4t44< 1883 Webb & Hill 1911 1 S. WEBB, Attorney at Law L. H. HILL, Notary Public THE OLDEST REAL ESTATE FIRM IN NORTHWEST TEXAS One of the Choicest Bargains in the State Now on the Market WADE McLEMORE STOCK FARM AND RANCH [his is one of the best located, improved and quality properties in Shackelford County, or in the entire Northwest Texas, con- sisting of k^2s acres of choice land, located * mik-s south east of Albany, Shackelford County, Texas, fronting on the Albany-Cisco public road over > miles. Watered by Salt Prong of Hubbard Creek, running through entire ranch—everlasting pure water fed by springs, containing several varieties of fine eating fish—gravel ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 July 1911

' /•''fSwBl i L,V $ smiles and good cheer. 4th. That we shall ever hold | in urateful remembrance the j faithful teachers in this Normal for their untiring zeal in instruc- tions, and their ever ready sym- pathy and aid for the students. 5th. That we especially desire to thank .Judge .1. A. King and Dr. L. B. Gray for the courtesies and favors shown the Normal, | and for their personal interest in its welfare. (5th. That we appreciate the I beautiful and healthful location of Albany, and its location gen- erally for a permanent location for Summer Normal, and its fa- vorable environments, and wej consider it an ideal place for holding this tri-county normal each year, and we hope to see it become a permanent institution here, with increasing interest and greater success, and we there- fore recommend that the three counties composing this Normal, hold a summer Normal here next year, and that steps be taken to get it permanently located here, and we beg to recommend Prof. E. P>. Br...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 July 1911

Attention Albany Rifles. The Albany Rifles will leave Albany for Camp Mabry Sunday morning, August 6, fully equip- ped for field service with two 0 days cooked rations. Coffee will lni furnished. The command will assemble Saturday night, Aug. 5, at armory not later than ll) o'clock p. m. Anyone desir- ing to enlist for this camp can do so at anytime, but it will be necessary for them to put in at least seven drills before going to camp, in order to have some ele- mentary instruction. The camp this year will be something from tlie ordinary. The regiment will mobilize at Taylor on the morning of the7th. No military movement will be made during the heat of the day. Kvery available comfort for the men will be made by Colonel Lyons, and it is his wish that ^ the Albany Rifles come good and strong. The following letter explains itself: Captain .J. R. Ricker, Command- ing Company E, 4th Inf. T. N. (I. Albany, Texas. Sir: A few of the patriotic citizens of Dallas have made up a purse ^ of $...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 July 1911

y*i XV*,. 1^1 m i ft! at THE ALBANY NEWSi!,m;n"d ""'>lba0!T j ly destroyed. 1 he money, labor and time represented in the places burned was money, labor ..net/ livery Ernhiy Morning. j: P4U.. BAKER, - Owner and Editor. ■<l at 111. Sc ['o.st Ofli' '' at Albany. Texn orwl <'la M n I Mat tri and time utterly thrown away utterly and irrecoverably lost. The loss represents uncounted disease everywhere and in every way. That battle is showing wonderful results, and our public health is better than that of the old world. The analogy between the two dangers is complete. A man IF bsciiptwn $1 >o Per Year. \'//)A ) , /t //, K)//. t tax we pay on fire '"iicrc was a tin!" several t hous- . ears ago, when the heart 0 i.'ian and beast held one over- 11 weeing dread the fear of lire, 'i > human race took its first de- <■ -i ve step when it overcame this f ; • and began to use fire. It v i the significant victory that s t mankind apart from the other ; • imals forever. i-''.re is ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 July 1911

Here an d Elsew here LJV. People You know, or have heard about 8tatt, of Ohio crrv of Toledo, i LI'CAH COT;NTY. ( ss- Frank J. Ciiknki makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of 1". J. Ciiknki a Co, dolti* DUfllnr.su in the City of Toledo. Countv and state aforesaid. and that said nrm will pay the sum o( ONI. nr.M)lu:i> IMH.I \ l{ - for r:«.eli and -.,:v ease of Catakhu that cannot he cured b> the um* of Hall's catakkh ci kb. FKAN'K J. CHKMY. Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence; this ;th day of December, A. D„ I*# >. ( —'— i A. W. (ILKASOX. ] 6KAL r N'OTAin l'l HI.IC. JLJ I The News re<|Uesta its readers to mail or phone ! in tho names and places of residence of any visit- or.-. as early in the week as possible, if you know of other personals kindly send them also with the name of the communicant. This will greatly as- sist tin? New in keeping in touch with local hap- pening. and will he highly appreciated. Kimtok. | Spring chickens at Kendrick's. H...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 July 1911

mm- '¥mm a.* w ■£- '•-/♦' ' ■: *•'/ ,. K •« kmu *;-■*. Ev^-M^T "*y SVTMM.V S."X'-i<-tlT^aaA THE VAMPIRE. Til11 Ugly Bat Beats the Surgeons In Painless Bloodletting. S ience iias modified the fonr- ;■ - ■• laics told in the old days ol t . vampire. The vampire, tho It! l-uiekintr hat of South Ainer- i ,.nd elsewhere, is not the huge. I . mnhorror that lie was once ih1;■ iicd II" is Inn a little fellow. ii ' tiiied carnivorous mouse, and lie i! not sla\ his violims. Hut he '' nek lil I and i- an extremely t i i| i 'so tin1 nuisance. • i Kngli-hmiin had an interest- i i \|icrience with certain of these c 111 re- that infested Ills quarters a Sao Gabriel, on the Amazon. \ .|| he entered I lie place there v lar;:-' patches of dried blood , h i c lloor. which had lieen drawn f his prcdeccs-ors hv the mid i : t hloodlellorv Two of the I tisliep's men were attacked the I niu'lit. one of them havin" \ 11 'id"' on the ends of foilr toes. I i e on one foot, one on the other '1 -aine experie...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 July 1911

wmMwm* #5 ^MsSc t" ' 4 CHURCH SERVICE DIRECTORY. Matthews Memorial Presbyterian i Church. Divine worship Sunday 11 a. : m. and S:i o p. m. Sunday! School 9:15 a. m. Junior Chris- tian End. 4:00 p.m. Christian En- deavor 7:.\!0 p. m. Ladies' Mis- sionary Society, 1st and 3rd Tues- days at 1 p. m. Presbyterian Workers 2nd and 4th Tuesdays, 4 p. m. Prayer meeting, Wed- nesday 8:W p. m. Choir prac- tice. Friday 8:510 p. m. Session meeting, First Friday at p. m. This church extends to all a cordial invitation and welcome to all its services. L. B. Cray, Pastor. Baptist Church. Preaching, second and fourth Sundays. Sunday School at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. B. Y. P. U. at 4 p. m. Evening service 8:15. Prayermooting each Thursday evening at 8::$(). Pastor L. U. Comalander. Everybody cordially invited. Methodist Church. Preaching every Sunday morn- ing and evening, except fourth Sunday morning in each month. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. every Sunday. Prayermeeting every Wednes- day evening...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 July 1911

■ UNDER FIVE FLAGS. Th Old City of Pentacola Hat a Unique Claim to Fame. Pensacola, unique and interest- ing in many ways, is not more so in any instance than as regards Iter history. Meaning, according to the Indians, ''City of Sorrows." it fliowed its right to sticli :ip|• Ii;i- <iori for tlio first three centuries, nnd its early career was not an un- chockcrcd one. Hut those are days iif the far and distant past, and there is nothing now to remind one of the Indian translation. Pensacola has one distinction which is jierhaps unpossessed hv any other municipality on earth unless it be some of the towns in those little republics to the south of us where revolutions and govern mental changes take place with the regularity of the moon's phases. That is that on thirteen separate and distinct occasions it has passed from the hands of one government to the other, and five different na- tional flags have been unfurled within its confines. The streets have been in posses- sion of the U...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 July 1911

mm mp. • t ■ . X% Advertise in The News and you are sure to (jet business. Vol. XXVIII, No. 7 ®he Sews Our Job Department turns out the best class of work. ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1911. Whole Number 1419 r B 4 tr 1883 Webb & Hill 1911 5. WEBB, Attorney at Law L. H. HILL, Notary Public THE OLDEST REAL ESTATE FIRM IN NORTHWEST TEXAS Sr £ tr ♦ ♦ ♦ One of the Choicest Bargains in the State Now on the Market WADE McLEMORE STOCK FARM AND RANCH This is one of the best located, improved and quality properties in Shackelford County, or in the entire Northwest Texas, con- sisting of acres of choice land, located i miles south east of Albany, Shackelford County, Texas, fronting on the Albany-Cisco public road over 2 miles. Watered by Salt Prong of Hubbard Creek, running through entire ranch—everlasting pure water fed by springs, containing several varieties of line eating fish—gravel and rock bottom. Also two good tanks, conveniently located. The en- tire 1 an,Mi is enclosed by a ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 July 1911

help every man who needs help. Many counties in the state are voting such a tax, and Shackel- ford should do so by all means. Paul Raker, Austin, Texas. Birmingham, Ala. Mr. Sam Webb, Albany, Texas. I>ear Friend: I heartily endorse everything you state in your letter of the 7th, in reference to building roads in Shackelford County and it will have a tendency of de- veloping and settling up the country quicker than anything else that could be done, and I believe if the good people of Shackelford county will vote a bond issue of fifty thousand dol- lars, it will help the people and give the farmers employment in order that they may remain in that section of the country. Whether it rains or not the county needs better roads, and every man in Shackelford county would be benefited by putting fifty thousand dollars in circu- lation. It is a good proposition from a business standpoint and it will help those who have bought lands to meet their notes, and it will help many who are depende...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 July 1911

THE DALLAS NEWS ON ROAD DOND ISSDE The following article from the Dallas News indicates the senti- ment of the business men of one of our most progressive cities on the all-important subject of road bond issue. Many of the leading business men of Dallas are heartily in favor of the county road bond issue to be voted on next Satur- day. The view the people of the city take of it is that in no other way could a greater return be derived from an expenditure of $r>00,000 than by using it to build roads in the county. While the farmers would get the direct benefit, the business men are far-sighted enough to perceive that, whatever will enhi.tice the value of the farm lands of the county must in the end react favorably on values of all kinds in the city. "By all means let us vote for the bonds," said Alex Sanger. "Good roads will increase the value of all the farm lands made accessible by them, and by put- ting the farmers in closer touch wiLh the market will enable them to grow crops ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 July 1911

I mm I *^s :* a ;®&^T\veSB -■>1 i HE ALBANY NEWS /,v,v,-,/ /•.•,/•• /•;• Morning. P -WL BAKER, Owner and Editor. >i! at tin- Offir.. it Albany, Tt'Xa. . an . '(M.-ond ('ia. Mail MaUt*:-. '■nai/ton $i Per W ar. ■RIl)A /(':)' ■ /, /y/ /. ! .TEH as FRSifi I, L, BLAHTOH to he the one dark blot? for you to say. It is in I hands. Even the once great power of Standard Oil. in its most glorious zenith, is incomparable and in- signiticent to the present all-ab- jsorbing power of the liquor traf- | iic. It. has its fiendish grasp ! upon the politics of our state, and is now even clutching at the very throat of our religious in- stitution:;. It has placed oik it is recall is constitutional. Except vour Ias applied to the state, the doc- is trusted disciples in our cap }N STsTlW:0£ PROHIBiKOH I'"1 rrf* a",'1 he in turn lias appointed depend- . able adherents upon our District, hast ant , lex.. Julv 11, 1011. ... , ,, , . Appelate and Supreme benches, 'IV the Good Citizens of Shackel j...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 July 1911

i L Jk. Here an d Elsew here People You know, or have heard about ! State of Ohio City of Toledo, ) Lucas County. f ss* Frank j. Cheney makes oath that he Is senior J partner or the firm or F. J. Ciikney <fc Co.. doing i business in the City or Toledo, County ami State : aforesaid, and that said firm will pny the sum «>f !ONi: HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every 1 case of Catarrh that eannot he cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J CHI M Y. 1 Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence, | this 6th day of December, A, D., 1886. ) ~'.T I A- w- OLKASON. SKAL - Notary Public. JLJ (Tin- New requests its renders to mail or phone in tin* name and pIncus of residence of any visit- or ;i > early in th«• week as possible. If you know < f other in rsonnl.- kindly send them also with the name of t .he communicant. This will greatly ua- .1 I tin' News in keeping in touch with loeal hap- penini' and will be highly appreciated. KlHTolt. 1 Sprint? chickens at Kendrick's. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 July 1911

thjsss ^r/;yK. u at i ar. urn. — i nu CONCERNING M0LL1E She FJrovcs Herself Equal to the Occasion by AGNfcS (i. BROGAN V I Ulll t y Anifriritn Pi"** Amso- atnin, I'JU. ■ M I li :'ll \l I I 11.1 11 \ IM'HI <i ■I III- |lu- |i' ■ lie 'I M'' :v WHS H dlu'iiitied aloofness about -ill < '1'tl.VI IIOl'IIC . III. I II11'" I' WllH'll 1.• f:i 111 i1111 rily. This iidi> tia v.- i < >uit■ ii 111• • fur I In' fact I tin I Hi' ! i uiiiiici] II I i:i (■ 11 bM 11* ill** \e:il'- I , • In11 lex dl'i'H In liII i'IhI Mil ill admired Ills line !in>' and stci 1111 u i|iln III it's ri'l li''il ill - i i| from I lie ticld < ! <-oili|II•*-1 i nu |t|>1*'< • tin lit*1 ili'iiii'iiiiiir, \v 11 i)• * i! f -tur iii I urn regit riled I li 'iii. I nil, wllli pitying toicrancc. wi'l'i' pl i•!t > and amusing, ii" lull itllpo-isilile as I li I crest lim lliilis. While lll't'p in Ills heart ii 11 ii' ii i m m in I'esscd i lim cvi'ii i nil 11 y i| niccl nin' wiiiiuin wlmsi' iniinl i 1111...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 July 1911

• f ™mi{'5 pffipy mw*$ j CHURCH SERVICE DIRECTORY. Matthews Memorial Presbyterian Church. Divine worship Sunday 11 u. m. and 8:M p. m. Sunday School !>:■!"> a. m. Junior Chris- tian End. 4:00 p.m. Christian En- deavor 7:150 p. m. Ladies' Mis- sionary Society, Island : rd Tues-1 days at. 4 p. m. Presbyterian J Workers 2nd and 4th Tuesdays, 4 ]). m. Prayer meeting. Wed- nesday 8:!tf) p. m. Choir prac- tice. Friday N:.'iO p. m. Session meeting, First Friday at :$ p. m. This church extends to all a cordial invitation and welcome to all its services. L. B. Gray, Pastor. Baptist Church. Preaching, second and fourth Sundays. Sunday School at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. I!. Y. P. U. at 4 p. m. Evening service 8:15. Prayermeeting each Thursday evening at 8:l!0. Pastor L. U. Cornalander. Everybody cordially invited. Methodist Church. Preaching every Sunday morn- ing and evening, except fourth Sunday morning in each month. Sunday School 9:15 a. m. every Sunday. Prayermeeting every Wed...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 July 1911

11® 15 (ft ii* •• . ; ?•* •. I*:x- ' ■ "■ - * KITES IN JAPAN Flying Tetts «nd Battles In the Air Are Holiday Pastimes. In Japan there is an annual feast day for I>oys, when cnch house linv ing male children lianjrs out strings of | i| t carp, which, inflated by tin I'l'i'/r, Income lifelike monster fihli. "It wu* (in (lii- feast day." says a writer in the Wide World, "(hat we left Yokohama fur Kamakura, once tin eastern capital of .Japan, now merely u (piict little si',ride village 'As it was such in important oc- casion. the whole world made holi- day • oine i.mm,In - burning to the M'asliore to fly their enormous hum niinir kites, from which the parents appeared to derive unite as much cnjoMticnl a the children. The loud hum emitted hy (he soaring kite is caused hy a piece of (hit) liainlioo which is stretched tightly ncro from shoulder to shoulder "The taut ham boo filament not only nets as an aeolian harp, but bends (he whole kite, 80 that its surface is concave instead of be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 28 July 1911

P«fip W0m!0m$& '■ ^r^./Ji.-Vi^ -VV- >>W£>'Xss lb ^ S*i J Advertise in The News and you are sure to get business. Sews Our Job Department turns out the best class of work. Vol. XXVIII, No. 8 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1911. Whole Number 1420 ♦ <► * r 1883 Webb & Hill 1911 5. WEBB, Attorney at Law L. H. HILL, Notary Public t: £ £ £ £ £ £ £ X : THE OLDEST REAL ESTATE FIRM IN NORTHWEST TEXAS One of the Choicest Bargains in the State Now on the Market WADE McLEMORE STOCK FARM AND RANCH This is one of the best located, improved and quality properties in Shackelford County, or in the entire Northwest Texas, con- sisting of 192acres of choice land, located ^ miles south east of Albany, Shackelford County, Texas, fronting on the Albany-Cisco public road over 2 miles. Watered by Salt Prong of Hubbard Creek, running through entire ranch—everlasting pure water fed by springs, containing several varieties of line eating fish—gravel and rock bottom. Also two good tanks, c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 28 July 1911

>35.-i*. •' vSviKr.' W5in« LEGISLATIVE NEWS LETTER Austin, Texas, .July 25.— On July !!1 st the first called session of the 32nd Legislature will be in session and our solons will face the State with clear con- sciences and clean shirts. This is a called session of our Legislature and of course only subjects submitted by the Gov- ernor can be legislated upon. This is hurricane weather in politics: the prohibition election has rent the state in t wain and ill winds that blow no good occa- sionally whirl through the capit- al. Candidates have begun to look out from behind the clouds like stars that appear and disappear on a stormy night and now and then a sun dog shows up on the political horizon to threaten foul weather, but the wise ones tell us this remarkable phenomena is merely the clearing of the atmosphere for new ideas. Some of the biggest fish in the political waters will be swim- ming around Austin during the present session. There-district- ing of the state will bring ou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 28 July 1911

'A c- - Vs ' i 'v* ■ i; ''' •*# > r, THE PICTURE THEATER A POWER FOR GOOD l!y Winifred Black. How long since you've been to the picture show? Have you been at all? Get that good little family of yours together this very evening and go. Put on little sister's new hat. Help mother button little brother into his new suit, tell grandpa to get out his best glasses and go- all of you, from the baby up. 0, yes, they allow babies in the picture theater. You'll even see a good old family dog or so lying down under the seats wait- ing for his folks—that's the beauty of the picture theater; it's meant for the people, just the plain every day people, like you and me and the rest of us. You don't have to spend an hour dressing when you want to go there, and nobody is going to turn an opera glass on you and wonder where on earth you got that hat and what you've done with your diamonds. You'll not only have a good time but you're apt to learn something, too. Ten to one those moving pic- tures w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 28 July 1911

n • ' ' THE ALBANY NEWS Issued livery Friday Morning. PAUL BAKER, • Owner and Editor. K . fh«> I'o.u Ot!' • at Albany, Tcxiih, hh Srronil (*ltt Mail Mtlltci. ' m i ip/iou $1.00 Per Year. i/D.-l), /(7.1 .'.V, i'ji' ■ K <ure roads not our labels "great" and "small"; Accepts she one and all V .st riving, win and hold the aeant place: 11 are of royal race. .lonii \ anee < henry. f . iCKELFiiRO COUNTY VOTES TEXAS INDUSTRIAL NOTES Compiled by Texas Continental Sec- retaries Association The Boston-Texas < '<>i poration, capitalized at $1100,000, is build- ing a town South of San Antonio I known as Oother. S. A. Hop- kins of Boston, is president of the company and J no. Thompson I of Quebec, Canada, secretary and treasurer. The San Benito Commercial Club has commenced a campaign to finish up the road which now runs part of the way from Brownsville to Corpus Christi. The road at Corpus Christi will connect with the road from there to San Antonio. The Board of Directors of t...

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