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

i!N •W l/ vV ©4 " *> $100 Reward, $100. Tho roadpra ot this paper will be plained to learn that there 1h at least one tlreaiUtl dls<'.'we that Helence ha« bi>cu able to cure In all lt8 stages, and that la Catarrh. Hull's Catarrh Cure 13 tin* only positive cure now known to tho medical fraternity. Catarrh bclriK a constItutlonal disease, requires u constitu- tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken In- ternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous vurfaces of tho system, thereby destroying tho foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assist- ing urit urci In doing Its work. The proprietors Imvo no much faith In Its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any cumo that tt falls to cure, Send for list of testimonials Address F. J. CIIKXKY Ac CO.. Toledo, O. Fold by nil Druggists. 75c. Take Hall's Family l'llls for constipation. ra TKTrmiaa Local % Personal *• I The N *w« roqucHts its readers to m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 June 1912

/ ** The Usher & By Delia Kanaris Mutilates (Copyright, 1012, by Associated Lltorarjr Press.) When iMrs. VVarburton and her daughter .Mario reached the little w!• lorn city where they wore to change cars, and found that they hu«i ini.s i t! conned ion-i, thus necessitating; spending (!i• • night in a strange place, tl ' v accepted th" situation with a tranquillity that, bo-poko an extensive n« qaaintanee with the late ol travel- ers. Ir was 7:110 o'clock when they regis- tered at the hotel. They had already dined on the train, anil as It was two early to go to lied, Marie proposed the theater, as tha clerk Informed tlesiri that there was a good play boohed for that night. "What a child you are, Marie," bui jhed her mother, gazing fondly at her daughter. "Most girjs that have been 'out' live yem and havo had sea- sons of grand opera and the best drama would be bored at the prospect of a provincial theater." "That is just why it won't bore nio," argued Marie; "because it. will rea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 June 1912

4p tl t V, SS -s*4 Si t scofxii | era, was the hanging of Slkat-tMslam, | organization of this national a religious man universally re iject.ed, and unprecedented nature. It may be that you quit because you according to t! e consuls of Hi tho European countries, on account \{ hia Influence, his had a little streak of crookedness in good sense and hi* jib- : yoy. and saw you could go back on Atrocities Committed in Persian City by Russians. Many of Leading Citizens, Including a Venerated Priest, Hanged by the Cossacks, Says Correspondent in Letter. Paris -Detailed accounts of the atrocities committed by Hiis Ian troops In Persia during the last two or three months are at length available. The League for the Hlglits ol Peoples has obtained two letters from Persian cor. respondents. Moth letters are from Tabriz, the chief commercial town of Persia, which the Russians bombarded and seized. The first is dated Janu- ary 14: "December 18 the Russian army en- tered Tabriz without having war...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 June 1912

J \f -vw THE MOST DANGEROUS N THE WORLD Conlinvcd from third page. a 11y under observation at the Si :i! • • A;- ricu11 vir.il Station at Stonv., Conru •i.icutt, laid one hundred and twenty eggs in four- teen hours. It takes ten or twelve da. s for an egg to develop in!') a fly, which means that a dozen generations can be born in a .sin;'1 ■ f<>a hi. This again means 1 h :t a female lly, with luck ia 1 ilr. sid" I• >imiinrv in the spring, may by mid-autumn be the progenitor >i' I>;>,;i 1 J,500,01)0 Hit s. Tin !i":i \ '.arcasconl'us- iiur 'is a nations! debt, but. sirn- plili they ir< an that, allowing a million flie io ih bushel,there woul I 1) I: . t)0<) bushels of flics all "relat.iv s" with a.few wagon loads thrown in for good measure. Fortuna!- I; his number do not survive. iimitation in the food supply ; uniis the call for most of them; varying temperature carries oil' many more, and a cer- tain fungus d:/ ago mows swaths in their ranks. It seems too goo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 June 1912

.V?' -rr v> .\tong Mem [MYY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1912. 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. i Whole Number 1465 bb & Hill 1912 iney at Law L. H. HILL, Notary Public L ESTATE FIRM IN NORTHWEST TEXAS r of desirable farms and ranches Ifst- b at reasonable prices and on easy pay- lie in Shpckelioi'd Ccimty, where land filiate t he mmi healthful in the world. ais if you are in the market for realestate. BB & HILL Texas. cl iccess in deserves oino- i#M' • i I mi H in l)ei Serjeant Royall is making prep- arations to attend the Alexandria maneuvers in July. The new range will be begun Tiirii nrr ia «-««.#:sometime during the coming HrM l! rF l\ Ffl\Y Arrangements have been Uir 10 LHOI made for an extra target to be I T..„i,,u t v , i -7 r,,i i installed and pits both remodt' ! P / ",1(' '• rhefed ,01'llu! fall shooting nop this...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 June 1912

•• •-•-"Is-''.' • *s' - ' •.. L . J* „• J ~ ^ 1 Minnesota Solid For Wilson. Minnesota democrats in state convention held June (i, voted to send a full delegation of twenty- "our delegates to the Baltimore convention with instructions to vote for Woodrow Wilson. Victor Rosewater Chairman of Re- publican Committee. The Republican National Com- mittee met at 2 p. m., June (>, at the Colesium, Chicago, and ducted Victor Rosewater of Ne- braska, chairman of the commit- tee, to serve until the national convention ends. Deliberations on the contests for seats in the national convention of June 11) is the purpose of the committee. Congress Held In Session By Demo- crats. Democrats in the Senate have agreed to hold Congress in ses- sion and to keep the Senate at work until the steel, chemical, wool, cotton and sugar tariff bills and the excise or income tax measures have been approv- ed in both houses and sent to the 'resident. First Texas City To Build Air-ships. The charter of the Aero ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 June 1912

• <? I bankers and all •id suggested that V-ning it should he |y disseminated. Jo have hankers fi- ' >n crop by advanc- Virmers on ware- les. This will al- farmers to hold ! >od market. The leeting of the com- med at 1 o'clock, following the execu- Houston Post. fis and Breaks Ribs. frightful coughing rin Neenah, Wis., felt "is in his side and his Jul two ribs had been What agony Dr. King's [covery would have saved few teaspoonsl'ul ends a |h, while persistent use ■itinate coughs, expels •olds or heals weak, feel sure it's a hi inanity," writes kii, Columbia, Mo., Iwould have con- 1 had not used IV." It's guar- and you can ' le or 50-cent L Gregg's. 'ice. fipishing allowed place. . rley & Moore. & sale at the Something Extraordinary. A personally conducted first class Special Train Excursion through the Rocky Mountains to the world famous Yellowstone National Park and return, under the auspices of "The Campus," the new monthly magazine of Southern Methodist Universi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 June 1912

•% $ , * i '* ry A VSfl r" #i*" THE ALBANY NEWS Issiieil Every Friday Morning. PAUL BAKER, - - - Publisher. Kit'Tnlat the Pout ()fli '«* at Albany, Tex ah, uh Second ('Ia n Mail Matter. Subsetiption $i.<«> Per Year. /•'RIDA )', Jl'NE //, /<>/-' / ///: /> I A'/V Cc >NI UNTIL INS. Despite the fact that numbers of the contested delegates have been seated by the national com- mittee for Taft, Col. Cecil A. Lyons, national committeeman from Texas expresses his un- shaken confidence in the chances of his champion, Colonel Roose- velt. "We are by no means dis- couraged," he says, "as to the outcome. The victories which I ho Taft adherents have gained have only been slightly discour- aging and there is no need to IVar the ultimate results." II. F. MacGregor, who is to he in charge of the Taftcontests from Texas arrived from Hous- ton Thursday, and he and other Taft men are equally confident! of seating the Texas delegation for Taft. The contested delegates from Texas are u...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 June 1912

lad business in Mr. Cole, for several days a f. guest of G. A. Howsley, returned home to Spur Sunday. roceries at the right tfro & Sons. Everybody's doing it! What? Buying their groceries from Ren- ie Clarke returned fro & Sons- Get right. -m a visit to Moran. Miss Fronie May Clausell who I . of Stamford was has been a student in T. C. U. j iday of his sister, Ibis year returned home Fliday. | jorge. Miss Moselle Webb returned ill preach ai the Thursday from Austin where she ol house next Sun- has been attending school this year. i\II, |trili Ed Reynolds has come home , e to H n ,Vom ('oll<^' Station whero he y ,l has been a student of A. and M. k a 1 • College this year. IomI returned Miss Lorena Deats came home b" r!a,11iViW '(> j Thursday from Ft. Worth where she has been a student the past year in the T. C. U. 'ned tit Stani i'fter visiting Mr. Mrs. W. G. Harris and chil- I've.v tor a lew|(jren camt. Up from Morgan Thursday to visit her parents, Jacket! and |1(>...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 June 1912

■ -r. M ■ "l*- i ■ v '( •• «v &*">. m •oji i' ,\'\ . iS* >v • i.S<> U>* - If. -W •' l-tt tvN«rWAte- (.. 'A. ; Heart Hunter By I Zulu Forrester (Copyright, 1#W, l>y A-::i)iiateJ Literary I'rcjtia.) K<(ituoll (M«l not look up at tha HchuolhouKu window when bo drew lull,. Ho Un<!w that alio could see li• in irotn her desk, and the outer door wai- wide open. it '>>'88 well aiier four, and all the children had vanl.hed down the four roads lending from the ycdioolhoiise corner. They wore finite alone, If one excepted the r>>,| Miuirro! who wr.s, tenant for life In ebn that was king of the -rday- gl'o Hid. i, was half e. mile to tli? u vve=t furi diouse. AH about lay June fields, rich in lush grass ready almost for moving. The air wua golden, warm, hi. . , 1 ;izy, wooing one to forget duty and day's work. Russell was heav- ily burdened with both at present. As superintendent of schools in I.a- verne county, it devolved on his shoulders to let the tea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 June 1912

r. iLF BALL DEADLY WEAPON w Property of Gutta Percha "Pllla" Dlacovered by Curious Investi- gator In New York. Jew York.—The golf bnll has been ed to the Hut of deadly weapons, I now that the Reason In beginning behooves golfers throughout, the intry to take warning from the fate a local golfer and to refrain from much curiosity hs to how a golt Is made. Of course many persons i have Intercepted the Might of tun tty" wlih varloun portions of their itomy have for years considered it Badly weapon. Uut In these cases ah merely a missile and not Inher m dangerous. mow, however, It bar, been dlscov- ?d that the golf ball must also be issed as an explosive. This unex- •acted state of affairs was brought to sht. here because of the curiosity of golfer to discover what, sort of a quid center (lie ball with which he (1 been playing contained. As the .slest manner of finding out he was oceedlng to vivisect It with his poek- knlfe, when It suddenly exploded, 'he liquid center entering one of h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 June 1912

y I1".'"' COMMENTS BY THE COMMERCIAL SECRETARIES The Cotton Crop. The cotton farmer had a hard year in 1911, according to reports recently issued by Uncle Sam. The boll weevil levied a toll equivalent to seven cents on the dollar. .Jupiter Pluvius, by bad behavior deducted seventeen cents more, and according to market reports, the bears romp- ed all over the cotton fields dur- ing the entire year. Yet King Cotton still reigns supreme, mov- ing a half billion dollars of gold from the European vaults to America, arid routing its strong- est, competitors in value of staple products per acre by $11.(10. Cotton produced a farm value of $24.97 per acre, and corn its nearest rival, .$1.'}.37. Austin, Texas The Land Com- j missioner will soon have on the market land equal in area to the state of Delaware which is to be ■^old at ;i minimum price of one dollar and fifty cents per acre. The law regulating the sale of this land gives a conception of the large idea of our forefathers had of immi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 June 1912

m I-.:? iv' 'M Judicious ndvortis- msr has made a suc- c.chh of many bu.si H* SM enterprises I ry it for > our own Tin- circulation of I'ho News is not world wide, but w« ri'Jirh t >n* people of a huyo territory. Vol. XXIX, No. 2 B I ike Albino Mews Nothing adds more to the tone of any business than the use of nice, neatly in ted stationery. The News is pre- ared to do this ind of printing on short notice and at reasonable prices. ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1912. Whole Number I4t>6 Webb & Hill 1912 5. WEBB, Attorney at Law L. H. HILL, Notary Public THE OLDEST REAL ESTATE FIRM IN NORTHWEST TEXAS We have a number ©f desirable farms and ranches lisf- wlth us for sale at reasonable prices and on easy pay- ments. Buy a home in Shackelford County, where land as cheap, and the climate the most healthful in the world. Write, wire or phone us if you are in the market for realestate. 1 tr B B B B B B B WEBB & HILL Albany, Texas. yiiiuiiuuiumttumimiiiiiiimmmimmmmHuniimmni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 June 1912

m * \> ' f vV'J vv S'v,- , ii>-■ V■ ">"• ^'>-'",1^ , . CONDENSED FOR BUSY READER Colonel Roosevelt's Arrival In Chicago. On Juno 11 Colonel Roosevelt left New York for Chicago with the intention of leading a per- sonal fight for the presidential nomination. The colonel said he was going in response to a unan- imous demand of the Roosevelt clelegales that he come, "not as a candidate hut because for the time being I stand as represent- ing the principles for which the rank and file of the Republican party have overwhelmingly de- cided in the states where they have had an opportunity to ex- press their wishes at primaries." In the presidential party there were nine besides the colonel, among them being Mrs. Roose- velt, and their son Kermit Roose- velt. In celebration of the event Mr. Rooevelt bought for himself a brand new hat of the sombrero type, and a large blue necktie with a diagonal stripe, which he wore with the familiar turned down collar, and a dark overcoat cove...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 June 1912

- NATIONAL GUARD NOTES Latest reports from the Adju-I tant General's office are to the effect that the date for the! Louisiana Maneuvers will be Ju-| ly 8 to 17. The company will | leave Albany the night oi' July! Oth. Work on the new target range will be started the first of the week. The company is drilling every Wednesday and Saturday night. New members are reporting at every drill. Several out of town members will be on hand a few days before the company leaves. There will be several A. and M. boys who are recent members of the company that will atfr nd tin1 big maneuvers this year. There will be several trips to New Orleans. Baton Rouge and other points allowed the boys this year. That is the country of sugar cane, watermelons and peaches. Something Extraordinary. A personally conducted first class Special Train Excursion through the Rocky Mountains to the world famous Yellowstone National Park and return, under the auspices of "The Campus," the new monthly magazine of Southern...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 June 1912

■ym !i ——— iis to . j.; ,"Vi uM W?A THE ALBANY NEWS Issued Every Friday Morning. PAUL BAKER, - - - Publisher. K it.-rficlut, the Post Office at Albany. Texan, an Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription $i.oo Per Year. FR/D / JUNE ■/, k)U "What nothing earlhl.v giv< or can destroy. The soul's calm sunshine and tlu1 heart-felt joy. I virtue's prize," While the Republicans are wrangling a! Chicago the Pemo- crats are making hay. To them perhaps, the example of division in camp will be healthful. The rain was very satisfying. To sui ferine; crops and wither- ing grass il brought new life; and to the anxious mind of the farmer and stockman it brought iic'.v hope accoi dingly. The only gift is a portion of llisself therefore the poet bring• his poem; the shepherd his lamb; the farmer, corn: tiie miii'T. a gem; the sailor, coral and shells; the painter, his | ie- iure; ihe girl, a handkerchief of h- .- own sewing. Emerson. I | that of the chief executive, should it fall to his lot. He ha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 June 1912

$100 Reward, $100. Tli'* readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there 1b at leant one dreaded disease that science has been able to euro in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only p ,itlv< cure now known to the mcdlcal fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitu- tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken In- ternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assist- ing nature In doing Its work. The proprietors have much faith In its curative powers that they offer line Hundred Dollars for any rase that It falls to cure. Bend for list of testimonials. Addn ss F. J. CHIiNKY A CO., Toledo. O. Sold by all Druggists. 75c. Take Hall s Family rills for constipation. Dick Moberley transacted bus- ! iness in Albany Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Gooch I were shopping in Alban...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 June 1912

■ ■ 7 " v**' " :-SM *V •; St'. w fc* j'- , Ngtv- m i c E.P. RIPLEV 1 m VFTRUMBULL f; ^JIS.LOVET^ Three railroad m n <.f national prominence who, on invitation of th. Tcwas Welfare Commission, ap- peared beiotv thai body and discussed Texas railroad matters. A synopsis of . i -ir _v • :i«t:11 views i'oilovv: !sl- That the .; «u*!v ISon.i i.iw of? so anotided as to make it (in to refun I maturing bonds and to puko such extensions, inipi'ov'Mnents a:i I betterments as are no • I ■ i; the bonds to be is- s i"(! ; /ior t< tli" expenditure. •li t i hat railroad* are not ^ronen.v c liiinonsated for their ser- V ii OH. i t! '- >nal ni.i'ir fl.-.irn-? are f-.r in excess on Texas lines oi i!i ■■'( o! <>!h.*r 4 it' any Insis of comparison. ii" i i i1 tax it ■ hi. !11k! ir>■ value 1 by the Railroad s<ni!i rt; ooii.oo i an I by th" Tax (' iinmission at $109,- OOr.OOO. affi 5* ; L •' ■ s| ''lii 7 • * \ . .' * .... ' , ,-M. f-wi $«• ± rir. Peter Radford, president of the Farme...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 June 1912

. -"t ■s- H Mtr I v |rj I * NEW NEWS OF YESTERDA1 Great Lawyer Who Was Faithful to Burke. Rufus Choate Owed His Mariner of Thought and His Style to Close Study of That Master of English. mm i ft ■< : -SiR, <. ♦.%. W i/« x By E. J. EDWARDS. When HufiiB Choate, universally __r-n -ru,r- conceded hi b<> one of the greatest i FARM CO-OPERATIVE B• *N K! .\!C* of American lawyers unci orators, and ' rial present was received with enthu- siastic demonstrations of gratitude. The city magistrates reclded unani- mously to make this gift the most ele- gant ornament of their assembly hall. Some days later the effigy of William II. was placed In a frame of lint- gold. Alas, the consequence oi' this mani- festation of official loyalty xvus not foreseen Der Startsverordneienvor- gteher (tills little linn meant> pres- ldent of the municipal council) liaa just received notice to pay the tax re- cently assessed upon charitable gifts. And the llei'llnese laugh' a most brilliant student o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 June 1912

|P hi in'■ ii i PLANT OR SOW PEAS OR SOY BEANS 01 YO'JR STOBBLE LAND The small grain crop of the state is now being harvested. If the land is allowed to lie idle it will very soon he covered with weeds that will go to seed and greatly increase the nuisance next year. If it has no crop on it with roots to protect and hold the soil together, and the season is excessively wet, it will waste from washing and thus lose a large amount of its soluble plant food. If the ground is dry hard the rain that should sink in will run off and leave the ground in bad condition far fall plowing. Practically all these troubles can he avoided and the fertility of the land greatly increased by disking it thoroughly, if it is loose enough to prepare a good seed bed in this way, and if not by plowing and harrowing it .just as quickly as possible after the crop is r moved, and drilling from a peck to a half bushel of peas or soy beans to t he acre. The peas will grow rapidly if the soil is properly prepared...

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