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

^ r;-. , 8tatf of Ohio City ok ToLi:no. | Hjcah Count*. ( ss- Frank J. C'iiknky makes oath that he la sonior partner of the firm of V. J. ciiknsy A Co.. doing business In the City of Toledo, County and state aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONi: lU'NDKKD DOLLARS for each and rvery ri4ac of catajikh that cannot be cured by the uic of Hall .s cataiuih Cuke. FIIAN'K J C|I KNF.Y. i Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, ' tbi-< )th day of December, A. IH80. ska i. A. W. (j!.i:\so\, Notahy I'uhi.io. H ill - Catarrh Cure is taken Internally und ,icts directly upon tin- blood and mucous surface* of the system. Send for tcstimotdalN, fm\ I I MM MY A: CO Toledo. O Sold 1 y nil I>rticirlMlH. / < lake Hall's Family rills for constipation. Local -ti Personal u |Th«* N«*w.m requests its readers to mail or phone in th«* names and plttccs c f residence of any visit- or-. as early in the week us possible. If you know of other personals kindly send them also with...

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

;v"'vi:w ;"V' _ TWj - ^ ■: •; iW; m ■ si.' r/* :■' v M§ C&®' \MffJ l;' fe > * i. rjr'' ERa'* ®jr? L-Niin A0W rJailP /A+.' ' t %: •jr. 2jV v *w:' 5r*)i Mfc "SEE AMERICA FIRST" SPIRIT > $$ d'.. i v < :.v S.mta Fe Trail Along the Fort sas Valley, In America First" fpiiil ix llklu:' it new )Krt]l i >11 lite western Mr,-. uncording tn Informal ion r<- '•i i c] from itint section. They say In re that "If yon nitt.-l see Ku why, )•('•• it, lint see America In llii' Hoi Kv mountain iv:;ion just ..-)«■ the advocates of this pat riot it- i i ipV «,' ■ talkii i; a great deal ;i ■< • ! 1 hi" ^onth and are urging ik'o Ih live in the wo.I to vUlt tho ■ il!i Hid :iii<] get i:i clo. i-r Imii'li with I'. |i uple In Colorail-t. especially. in Tiii true oiorado lias lia i many smithcm iili' within her I■<.rders wiihiri the m m and a s-i'rrial effort In being lo'Vard lo inilni1'' more to visit t ilp i;i thi' summer months. :'n Texas and Oklahoma last sunl- it Is said a lar.:...

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

' --% W. w&r CHURCH DIRECTORY Matthews Memorial Presby- terian Church. Divine worship Sunday 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. .Junior Chris- tian End. 4:00 p.m. Christian En-i deavor (5:30 p. m. Ladies' Mis- sionary Society, Island 3rd Tues- days at 4 p. m. Presbyterian Workers 2nd and 4th Tuesdays, 4 j . m. Prayer meeting, Wed- nesday 7:30 p. m. Choir prac- tice, Saturday 7:30 p. m. Session meeting, First Friday at 3 p. m. This church extends to all a cordial invitation and welcome to all its services. L. B. Gray, Pastor. Baptist Church. Sunday School at 10 a. m. B. Y. P. U. at 4 p. m. FARM CONDITIONS IN SOUTH Where Co-Operation Hat Not Been Successful There Prima Facie Evidence of "Hog." In the course ot an address deliv- ered by State Agent 1j. L. .Mobs of Al- abama at the Southern Kducatlonat conference, recently held at Nashville. Tenn., he said In reference to co-opera- tion : "Aside from the Farmers' union and the press, both of which have done and are doi...

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

' • a ?M>.c ■ - .;■ ■- .t r,r?. - ; - • ■ n mmmm WOMAN REFUSES HER LEGACY Fiancee of New York Man Turni $20,000 Over to Helr*at- Law. N'ewburg, N'. y.—When Cornelius L Waring, Republican politician anc lawyer of (his place, was stricken with paralysis 18 months ago his engage mfnt to Mrs. Margaret Parker was for mally announced. Waring Improved hut wan stricken and died March 2( last. HI* will wan admitted to pro bat® on April 2, and by It he practical ly cut off his family, leaving hut small bequests to them, while to Mrs. Par | ker, Mr fiancee, he gave $5,000 and made Mrs .lulle H. Coles, who lives Ir 'the Amidon apartments, New York city, residuary legatee for nearly $20, 000. Mrs. Barker, on learning the condl tlons. summoned her attorney, Rd ward J. Collins, and Instructed hltn tr , prepare a transfer of the amount left her to the relatives of Waring, to be distributed as the law directs where a person dies Intestate. She s^ys she was actuated purely by a desire to be just a...

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

«« ',"1 •;r h ss Judicious flvertis- iriK has mud** a buc- ci-'hm of many buni- nrrnti-rpriscs I ry it f««r your own. Th«' circulation of The Nrw ih not world wiili*. Kut wo t ouch t ho JlfM>| Ic* of a luriri.* te rritory. Vol. XXIX, No. 6 i Nothing: adds more to the tone of any buflinecs than the uhc* of nice, neatly printed stationery. The N<w is pre- pared to do this kind of printing on short notice and at reasonable prices. ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1912. Whole Number 1470 ssmmmmmmmrommmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimnmimiunmmmmmmnmjmmnmjmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmfra £ £ £ 1883 Webb & Hill 1912 9 I £ | I £ £ E £ 5. WHBB, 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 real...

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

WW *>.! >• ■ fw SSj Hoi !«*"• K! M m GENERAL NEWS, CONDENSED FOR THE BUSY READER occupying a Federal bench,Judge Archibald was connected with a negotiation for valuable slum properties in Pennsylvania, and other financial transactions that were alleged questionable, and with using his official position to prevent impeachment of himself and friends. Cammorists Convicted. The Cammorists, the noted senator but asked j Italian outlaw gang that has been The adoption of the trial nearly two years on charge or murder and other crimes, were adjudged guilty and sentences adjudged of from live to thirty years imprisonment. One member cut his throat with a piece of ghiss when the verdict was announced. Champ Clark Calls on Wilson. Speaker Clark called on Gov. Wilson at his Seagirt home Sat- urday and they talked for two hours on legislation pending be- fore the house of Representa- tives. The relations between the two men were most cordial. Gov. Wilson in speaking of his former rival to ...

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

■ i$WM pia Local ^ Personal If it is dry goods phone Sed- wick & Cook. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hubcr were in town Tuesday. Harrison Wilson was in Albany Sunday. Sweet pickels in the barrel at Sedwick & Cook's. Dr. C. F. Huskey spent Sun- day in Cisco. Try one can of Golden Gate Coffee, it has no equal. B. H. Ezell went to Eastland Thursday to visit relatives a few days. Mr. and Mrs. John Honeycutt, Jr., were in town Tuesday. Try a sack of Light Crust flour and you will have no other. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Minor are the happy recipients of a baby girl. Judge J. A. Matthews and fam- ily went to Chimney ("reek Tues- day to spend the day with his mother, Grandma Matthews, who celebrated her 84th birthday. Your money will go farther at Sedwick & Cook's, try them. Mrs. Hodges went to Nugent Tuesday to visit her son. Sam L. Hodges. Dr. Gray will preach at the Presbyterian church as usual Sunday morning. Sedwick & Cook are offering some rare bargains in the dry goods department. Child...

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

THE ALBANY NEWS UE?:t ■r-x- n IS Jt Issued Even Friday Morning. PAUL BAKER, - - - Publisher. £ i «t m1 fit the Pout Offio.' at. Albany, Texan, as Second Cla-ts Mail Matter. Subscription $1.00 Per Year. /■RID AY,, JULY /</, /<;/-> "I have ever thought Nature doth nothing so great for great men As when .she's pleased to make them lords of truth: Integrity of life is fame's best friend, Which nobly, beyond death, shall crown the end." .lobn Webster. Koost your town and country and your business will grow. Working for a clean, beautiful, j healthful, and progressive town is selfishness, but a selfishness 1 that pays a big dividend to the investor and is a help and uplift to every one who lives in the town and to every one who sees the town. It is a scientific sel- fishness that becomes altruism, philanthropy, charity. There is no attempt to conceal i the fact that the saloon business of Texas is supporting Colquitt 1 for re-election. In public meet- ings the saloon men have de-...

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

y State or Omo City or Toledo. \ Lucar County. f ss* Frank 1. CHENEY make* oath that h* is nonlor partner of thr firm of F. J. Ciilney A Co., doing buRlncm in the City of Toledo. County and state aforesaid, and that nald firm will pay the .sum of ONi: HUNDRKD COLLARS for each and every «u > <<f catarrh that cannot be cured by the u.io of Hali/s Catarrh C rk. FRANK J CHENF.V. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, tbls 6th day of December, A. D.. 1886. 4 i A. W. GLKA80M, ' Notary Plbmc. Ilall'e catarrh Cure l>r taken Internally and acts directly upon thr blond and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for tr-stlrnonlah. free. F. J. CllFNKV A CO.. Toledo. O. Sold f y nil hruRplMs. 7fic iak' Hall's Family Fills for constipation. We are exclusive agents for Marechal Neil tlour. J. C. Ren- fro & Sons. Mrs. Sam Diller has returned from a visit with her father, Mr. Cole, in West. To get quick delivery in the I grocery line call for Sedwick & , Cook. Local % Per...

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

*wm$M f 'ffl i ' <V! fa Laughing Leslie By Izola Forrestar (Copvrlsht, 1212, by Associated Literary Press.) It w;i8 the last act of "Faust." Grace loaned forward to whisper in i her slater's ear. Marguerite was j singing her last impassioned aria. ; and Leslie's eyes filled with tears ns sho turned her head In quick re- sponse "Listen, dear. Jack and I aro go- ing on to a little dinner with the liovds. It's awfully Important for .lack to keep In touch with them just ' now. You won't nilnd, will you? You're to go home In tlie Carrlng- ton's car. Don't forget. Mrs. Car- i rington is that tall, dork woman four j boxes to the right." "I don't mind a bit," Leslie said softly. j Yet when It was over, and the cur- tain fell, It utartled her to find her- self alone In the box. Grace had said she was to go with the Carririg- toiiH. Leslie hesitated. Standing, and drawing over her shoulders her long white velvet cloak, she glanced at the party In tho Carrlngton box. ! The two Layton girls ...

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

CHURCH DIRECTORY X? J NEW HEWS OF YESTE; iiUirt I Matthews Memorial Presby- terian Church. Divine worship Sunday 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Junior Chris- tian End. 4:00 p.m. Christian En- deavor 6:30 p. m. Ladies' Mis- j sionary Society, 1st and 3rd Tues- j days at 4 p. m. Presbyterian, Workers 2nd and 4th Tuesdays, 4 p. m. Prayer meeting, Wed-| _ nesday 7.30 p. m. Choir prac-, q,1C( tjlfi if not actually tice, Saturday i , i0 p. m. Session largest, bequest made to any meeting, Pirst. Friday at >5 p. | American university by an officer of m. This church extends to all a th* university was the estate which cordial invitation and welcome i by his win Prof. Kiias Loomls, who Earned a Large Fortune V%'ith Pen Alone. Prof. Ellas Loomli of Yale Made More Than $300,000 by Writ- ing Textbooks Which Had Great Sale. By E. J. EDWARDS. , died In 1889, bequeathed to YiUo Uni- versity. Professor Ixximls was an eccentric and yet very greatly respected mem- ber /bf the Yale...

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

•: / <* . , * v1*" . sm LAWYERS' SCARBOROUGH- HILL COMBINATION On my return home I learn that Dallas Scarborough is mailing out a campaign circular against me. My ias t circular was mailed on May 1st, (74 days ago). Why lias he waited until the eve of the election to take this advantage of me? You voters of this district will not he gulled like young mocking birds. I have three big special venire cases set for trial at Kastland next week, hence will have absolutely no time whatever to reply. It is hardly necessary, however, since Scar- borough has withdrawn from the race. Why Did He Keep His Withdrawal a a Secret? Read the following let ter which he wrote to Hon. T, L. dates, Chairman Democratic Executive Committee of Eastland county: Abilene, Tex., July 1th, 1912. Dear Sir: Please do not put my name on the ticket for Dis- trict Judge. I am going to with- draw from the race. Please say nothing about the matter yet. Yours, etc. Dallas Scarborough. Read the following letter he wrot...

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

md, '%p "V> Sfr! £ Judicious jidvcrtiH- i iik haw mail*? a hu<> sh of many bwpi- nt' H c'nterpriH«!H I ry it for your own. Hu* < ireulat ion of Th«* Ni'ws is not world wi«l«\ but \\« n-nrh the people < f la rare torritorv Vol. XXIX, No. 7 K Aihamj Mews 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. ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1912. Whole Number 1471 mm mm mm mmmmmtmtwKmttmmmfWttmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmk: 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 of desirable farms and ranches list- ed with us for sale at reasonable prices and on easy pay- ments. Buy a home in Shackelford Cc unty, 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 & HILL Albany, Texas....

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

.m:V ■ ■kj r\ S ■ k GENERAL NEWS, CONDENSED *i4. '< ' '&*'>'">#'V S%S®4:ife! FOR THE BUSY READER or less of land Surveyed for 0. A. Matthews beginning at S. W. corner of No. 15 Block M. 5, Brooks and Burleson; Thence N. 0-30.1 E 874 varas south bank of the Clear Fork of the Brazos River 954 varas the north bank Captain Smith of Titanic Reported for the campaign against hook of the same at 1301 1-2 varas Seen Alive worm and, like provision to be south bank again recross and at A ... , u. ' „ . made by the medical authorities 1448 varas north bank of same A citizen ol Baltimore, I eter ()f- t|lc state jn other (]jstrjcts 3370 to south line of Survey 104. Pryal, who was(juartermaster on Indianola Hy. Co.; Thence S. the steamship Majestic ot the 88-42.1 W. 448 to most northern white Star Line thirty years ago McNamara in Dungeon. N v nrnpr nf sa;(i Finner Sur- wlu,i Cap., Smith commanded Hucause of a refusai t0 con. ^Sce s/ 1-18.1' E 2110 the u'hsel, made the statement- for...

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

1.' mr> 5£i HA p ■ .• Local% Personal Meet me at the Picture Show Friday night, Aug 2. Your money will go farther at Sedwick & Cook's, try them. G. A. Howsley of Spur is vis- iting his family in Albany. Try a sack of Light Crust flour and you will have no other. Tom ('row, candidate for coun- ty treasurer was in Albany Tues- day. We are exclusive agents for Marechal Neil Hour. .1. C. Ken- fro & Sons, Try one can of Golden Gate Coffee, it has no equal. L. H. Martin of Newcomb at- tended to business in Albany Monday. All the candidates, evidently, attended the Moran barbecue Thursday. Miss Sammie Co (Tee went to Brownwood Thursday to visit relatives. Mrs. W. G. Webb and children visited at Chimney Creek ranch Tuesday. Mr. Shelton of Ft. Gritiin was in Albany Tuesday with a load of fine watermelons, L. W. Green came up from home last Friday and is spending the week at Newcomb. J. D. Brush and son, and Mr. Mires who had been visiting him, went to Whitney last Fri- day. Mr. an...

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

wJ-4 1 THE ALBANY NEWS Issued Every Friday Morning. PAUL BAKER, - - - Publisher. Mixnt th« 1*081 OAUm? at Albany, Texan. a« Stnrond Cla«H Mai! Matter. Subscription $1.00 Per Year. /■K!I)A Jl'LY j6, it) /j A }• (>m(1 word for your town, if you had only thought, often means a good word for your bus- iness. After to-morrow's election re- turns are all in, the politically disturbed waters will resume their usual placidity. A man may be rich in land and money, yet poor in the esteem in which he is held by his fellows. Friendship is sometimes worth more than monev. A town does not necessarily need to be larjje in order to be attractive. A small town may put on the appearance, grace, and dignity of a city. Those who are willing to let "good enuf alone" are the hike warm in heart. They have no place in the economy of nature. They are the ones that sink into the condition of the stagnant p. ol death being the inevitable result. What the world needs is people who are not willing to let "we...

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

m — , btate or ohio city or toledo. i lucas county. ( ss- frank J. cheney make* oath that he Is *>nlor Sartner of the firm of f. j. cheney a Co.. doln* u*lne.vi In the City of Toledo. County and Stat* afonfiutd. and that nald firm will pay tin- sum of oni; HUNDRED DOLLARS for rarh and #*very raw of catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of ham/4 catawih curb. • fk w'k j cih.nmv Sworn to before me and mibftcrlbwl in my prenencc. this tit li day of December. A. D.. 1886. /i W. OLKA Sedwick & Cook trade. want your skal notary i-.;uur:. Hall s Catarrh Cure la taken Internally and nits directly upon the blood and in t irons surfaces of the jynt"in Send for toMtlmoplalH. free. J l CIIF.NIOY A CO.. Toledo. O Sold I / all DruKL'Ists. i'aU< Hull's Family J'llls for constipation. Local ^ Personal 4 4 | Tin* News requests its readers to mail or phono in tin* iiurncH and plaeen of residence of any visit- ors a-H early in the week an possible. If you know of other personal* kindly sen...

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

ft. i ■ .•>; • i^Kr ., -'A\ ■ V* >*< '> $ k rMBy' '¥1 <• &V* Calling Cards and—Carrie By Molly McMaster 'Copyright, 1912, by Associated Uterary Press.) II,1 VQ'-rtRo had been a delightful 'Mn*. lull moon, perfect sunshine and i I lint KCK'rt to make ocean truvel fas- < tnutiiiK I'o r. 'Trtfiln extent Carrie Reynolds lit ) HU<-(!iimb<v! to the wll .hery of the ■ .in iiml James I>tan activ and miilin'f Idol They, (,'arrle and the >< or, hlul hung over tlie ship's side i ! 1 exchiinKed serious and unscrious i',run i until, In ii moment of unreason ill ■ ,;l,'l hail consented to become Mrs. 11 nif ■ I lean I lie «x;• ft date set for the Riving ui> • single bh siedness had not been dis- i ,'d. The girl was desirous of eon- ; trinlng a long contemplated trip over I ■i" continent, and the actor was tied | • to.' n to a long and tedious tour of the provinces. So, when the end of the \ •/ i ;ig,' was reached cards were ex- \ • lunged and the parting to...

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

•:-.' ' ■ VsP*^^P *'"" • 1 *•*' ' ifeF^t; «* ' ■ ■,■■■■;' , rj>. "=fc $0&t i*\ ■*s . J CHURCH DIRECTORY Matthews Memorial Presby- terian Church. Divine worship Sunday 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday BOY BRIGAND IS A TERROR to tauntB and violence. There was no witness to the shooting, but the cook — says the captain entered his galley Youngster, Sentenced to Prison, Tellt and accused him of waste and dlshon- of Daring Deed* He Had csty. His denial was followed by re- Planned to Court. vilings and then by a blow that felled him. He arose and was knocked down Dushore, Pn.—When the law through again. Fearing for IiIh life, he Jumped School 9:45 a. m. Junior Chl'is- the Instrumentality of Judge Max- up, ran to his bunk, took out a pistol tian End. 4:00 p.m. Christian En-1 well, put Its hands on Peter Strlncy and fired five shots at the captain.; (leavor 6:30 p. 111. Ladies' Mis- ,in(' RPri' '''m Oie Eastern penlten- The bully ran after the first shot and sionarv Societv lstand .'Jl...

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

W V m *<. ■ CI $ PLOW NOW FOB NEXT YEAR'S CROPS To the farmers of Texas: The land that you expect to, put in small grain this fall, and that is not growing peas or some other crop, should he plowed at the earliest date possible. This plowing should be very carefully done, so that every bit of the land will bo turned over at least one inch deeper than it has here- tofore been plowed. It should be very eaaefully harrowed im- mediately alter it is plowed, be- fore the clods get hard and dry. If the land is low and has a ten- dancy to be wet, it should be bedded in ten to twenty-foot beds, so that the furrows will act as drains. The top surface should not be allowed at any time to get hard, but should be harrowed as often as is necessary to keep the soil fairly pulverized so that the sum- mer rains will sink into the earth and form a reservoir to hold this rain-fall, and prepare for a sea- son in the ground that will start and sustain a crop, even if the fall is dry. Having stored th...

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