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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 August 1912

-.. .k j> . *■*.guy ±- Q' Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury, &* mercury will nurely destroy the sen*r of smell ami completely deranRe the wholi pyntcin when entering it through the? inucotw surfaces. Huch articiM Rhould never be used except on prcacrl|>- tlons from reputable physicians, r.h th < damage tin y ' will d is t n fold to the Rood you run possibly de- rive from them. Hull's Catarrh Cure, manufactured t>y 1. J. ('.henry A- Co, Toledo, o. rontalr.s no mer- run', and Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the Mood and mucous surface* of the system. In buying llill's Catarrh ( un be ur** you get tho , genuine. It Is taken Internally an«l made In Toledu Ohio, by I .1 Cheney A Co. Tustlrmminis free. Fold hy'Drutnrlsts. Price. per bottle. 'Jake Hall's Family l'llis for constipation. cunr mtu : hitiua . J Local % Persona! .v.xuu. ■ v.uriuua a x*. /nrz tmtmuv zr tmr mc.-xum I The News itMjm'hta itn render:'- to rnuii or phone In th«- names and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 August 1912

H' v.r ft* IPs'; SUIMER EXCURSIONS TO All Texas Coast Resorts One fare plus $1.00 for the round trip...... VIA TEXAS CENTRAL. Tickets on sale every Friday Otiiisi? !i;ontii3 of June, Juiy, August and September Her Right to Vote By Marian Gordon (Copyright, 1912, by Associated Literary Press.) / " ML to have that corrected. No man uu- W NEWS OF YESTERDAY <,pr th«Ia*can i" ||fy °r ,ake i,har««* t u ii.vi .ui ni ()f R pogtofflpe undoJ. th(l designation | of "postmaster." Until now, so far ! as I know, no commission has been When Uncle Sam Had Only One made out since 1 have been In public Postmaster. "1 hope you appreciate your privi- lege In this respect," boomed Miss Mlitem's deep voice. Little Mrs. (Jabot drew her face In- to proper solemnity to meet the coun- tenance of her guest. "Indeed I do, Miss Mlllent," she . :iill earnestly. "1 told my husband last night that I should certainly ex- j ert my privilege as a voter and cast a ballot at the school board election I tomorrow." I ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 August 1912

■* ■ J I Proposed Amendment to the Consti- tution Authorizing Cities of More Than 5000 Inhabitants to Adopt Their Charters by Vote of the People. (H. J. R. No. 10.) House Joint Resolution. House Joint Resolution propos- ing an amendment to Section 5, 1 of Article II, of the Constitution di' the State of Texas, providing lor cities of mohi than five thous- and (5000) inhabitants to adopt their charter by a vote of the people. Ih it rami ml by the Legislature of the Slate of Texas: Section 1. That Section 5 of, Article II of the Constitution of the State of Texas be amended so as to hereafter read as follows: Section 5. Cities having more than five thousand (5000) inhab- itants may, by a majority vote of the qualified voters of said city, at an election held for that pur- pose, adopt or amend their char- ters, subject to such limitations as may be prescribed by the Leg- islature, and providing that no charter or any ordinance passed under said charter shall contain any provision incon...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 August 1912

. • v , - ■ • v- : • •••-. u ^1r;" 1 Farmers' Educational rn'; and Co-Operative ' Union of America L If the farmer does not have the "fat j of the land" at home, it is his own fault, for fruits, nuts, berries, vege- tables, untainted eggs, broilers, fry- era and roasts, juicy, are at his com-1 in and. Matters ./Especial Moment to the Progressive Agriculturist There is no place for the kicker (111 Texas these days. Sonic people net. along whether they IliaVe a license to or not, Th<) business side of ('arming is the •weak place with many. Raise mules They are legal tender ,ln Texas, or anywhere else. That man is a failure who runs in ; debt to pay running expenses. The lien has helped to lay the foun- dation for many a farm success. How much have you decided to re- duce the cotton acreage this year? Don't kick another fellow's dog ■around, and don't let him kiclt yours. A boy remembers his mother's turn-overs with more Joy than his fa- ther's. Many north Texas counties report the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 August 1912

■- ■ i,-v3g^ *&? • *&$* -■ •&*^M^hEZSi ■ a-/.', < .#f I , Judicious «<lvi'rt!s- iriK has mndr a stir <*<'8H of many I>uhi - nt-hs i-ntcrprisi'M t ry it fur your own. Tho circulation of The Nc.'WH i not world wide. I ui w« L rem h the |••■« I'll* "f larnr territory. L Nothing adds more to the tone of any business than the urn- of nice, neatly printed stationery. Th<? News is pre- pared to do thia kind of printing on short notice ana at reasonable prices. 1 Vol. XXIX, No. II ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1912. Whole Number 1475 asmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmfnmmmmm mm mm mm mmmmmmmmmmmmimnmmnimmmiwiimmmmmmnT 1883 Webb & Hill 1912 •. WHBB, Attorney at Law L. H. HILL, Notary Public & EE £ tr V THE OLDEST REAL ESTATE FIRM IN NORTHWEST TEXAS We have a number of desirable farms and ranches listed with us for sale at reasonable prices and on easy payments. Buy a home in Shackelford County, where land is cheap, and the climate the most healthful in the wor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 August 1912

I V y Rft Sf* ■ Beth's Vacation Will G. Standifer The Tailor. Ladies and gent's clothes clean- ed, pressed and repaired, hats cleaned, dyed and remodeled. cm m sit sMums of sram and summer sons GENERAL NEWS, CONDENSED FOB THE BUSY READEB Pension Measure Carries. The Senate yielded on August 11 to the demands of the house for the abolition of the pension agencies throughout the United States and passed the $15,000,- 000 pension appropriation hill, with a provision for the abolish- ment of the agencies January 31, 1913. Owing to the delay of congress in passing the pension appropriation bill, the pension bureau has faced the greatest financial crisis in its history. Nearly $9,000,000 is now due pensioners, which sum will be immediately available. U. S. Ambassador to be China s Gov- ernment Adviser. Advices from Pekin state that China has offered the post of ad- viser to the government to Wil- liam W. Rockhill, the American ambassador to Turkey, who also served as American minister to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 August 1912

PUBLIC SPEAKING Mr. L >S. Hoffman of J)enton, Texas, will deliver an address at Albany in the District Court room on Friday, August 30, at 8:30 p. m., in the interest of the University of Texas, the Agri- cultural and Mechanical College, the College of Industrial Arts, the four State Normal Schools, and hinder education generally. Mr. Hoffman is a graduate of the University of Texas, and has won high honors as an orator. In filling the appointment above mentioned, Mr. Hoffman will be thf special representative of the Hogg Organization for higher education, which is backed by many of the leading citizens of Texas, and has for its purpose the upbuilding and strengthen- ing of higher education in our State on the ground that higher education sustains a very close and vital relation to the public welfare. Every citizen of this city and the surrounding country who can possibly do so should hear Mr. Hoffman, because he will both inspire and instruct the public, and above all, his ad- d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 August 1912

f, --'V "• • j. *"• • m Si m ,4* ,fr< M *r- i,,/. I HE ALBANY NEWS Issued Evert Friday Morning. PAUL BAKER, - - - Publisher. Wn'"r«'«lHt fh< I'of.J OfTio" at Albany, Texu*. as Siicond C t *a Mail Matter. Subsaipt o • $1,00 I\ y Ytuy. I'M DAY, AUGUST Jt, tgt? Citizens of Albany and the county are invited to contribute short articles to the News, 200 to 100 words, on local questions. Many suggestions on or discus- sions of local questions may be made by people in the commun- ity which will be valuable in pointing the way to better con- ditions and progress. The col- umns of the News are open to those who desire to make them- selves useful in this way. (loot! roads facilitate commun- ication, and communication is enlightening. The smiles that greet one in Albany now are decidedly re- freshing. May they continue. Texas needs a compulsory ed- ucation law one of the surest ni Kins of forcing illiteracy from the land. The recent rains have worked marvels in Shackelford county. K very...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 August 1912

r . s, Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury, m mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell ami completely durante th« whole system when entering It throiiKh the mucous surfaces. .Such Articles should never be used except on preserip- ttnns from repuUbln physicians, as the damage they will do in ten fold to the good you can possibly de- rive from them. Ilall't Catarrh Cure, manufactured by 1. J. ( henry A- Co., Toledo. O . contains no mer- cury. and is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood snd mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hairs Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It Is taken Internally and made In Toledo* Ohio, by F. J Cheney A Co. Testimonials free. Hold liy'Druggist* Price. 75c per bottle. laki Hill's Family I'llts fur constipation Will Wilson and DeWitt Biggs left for Aransas Pass Saturday night. Local % Personal | The New;. ri*<jui*Hta its readers to mull or phone In l he numns and places of residence of any visit- ors an eurly i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 August 1912

' 4v' . . ■•-' ■ 5& MINUTES OF COM- MISSIONER'S COURT AUK. 12. 1912. Now, on this the 12th day of August, A. 1). 1912, at a regular term of the Commissioner's Court in and for Shackelford county. Texas, a full Court be- ing present, it is ordered by the Court that a tax ol f>7e on the ■SloiUMi valualion of all taxable property in said Shackelford county shall be levied, assessed and collected for the year 1912, and distributed as follows: 1st. County advalorem, 22 3-1 cents on $10" valuation of prop- erty. 2nd. Court House fund 2 cents on $100 valuation of prop- erty. 3rd. 12 cents on the $100 valuation of property for the purpose of paying the interest ami creating a sinking fund for the payment of $.'57,000, Shack- elford county Court House Re- funding bonds, issued by order of the Court November, 30, 1900. 4th. 2 cents on the $100 valua- tion of property for the purpose of paying the interest and cre- ating a sinking fund for the pay- ment of $6,000 Shackelford coun- ty re...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 August 1912

\ M* • 4 + «*• Proposed Amendment to the Consti- tution Authorizing Cities of More Than 5000 Inhabitants to Adopt Their Charters by Vote of the People. (H. J. R. No. 10.) House .Joint Resolution. House Joint Resolution propos- ing an amendment to Section 5, of Article II, of the Constitution of the State of Texas, providing for cities of more than live thous- and (5000) inhabitants to adopt their charter by a vote of the people. Be it resolved hi) tin L< t/islaI u re of the Sl(il< of Texan: Section 1. That Section 5 of Article II of the Constitution of the State of Texas be amended so as to hereafter read as follows: Section 5. Cities having more than live thousand (5000) inhab- itants may, by a majority vote of the qualified voters of said city, at an election held for that pur- pose, adopt or amend their char- ters, subject to such limitations as may be prescribed by the Leg- islature, and providing that no charter or any ordinance passed under said charter shall contain any...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 August 1912

IEW NEWS OF YESTERDAY Interesting Bit of History Never Before Written. GuRtavus V. Fox, Carrying Message to Czar, Crossed Ocean in Mon- itor Mlantonomah to Prove Its Seaworthiness. By E. J. EDWARDS. "To (iUfctilVUH V Knx, HRKiKtant H<*c- retary of war during the Civil war, ■wan popularly credited, arid rightly, the plan for opening 'he Mississippi, for the capture of New Orleans, and the selection of Farrago! tor high rorarnand," said Frederick W. Seward, hkhIhIMnt secretary of state during the war and also under Johnson. "I think I am safe In Haying," con- tinued Mr Seward, who Is now In his eighty-first year, "that of all the men ■who had an Influential part in public affairs during Ihe war Fox was the most modest and the freest from any of the tricks of self-advertisement. Hut while he was personally one of the most retiring of men, he was a curious combination of great bravery, great ability, and a tremendous ca paelty for work and self-assertion ■when Important official acti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 August 1912

S' r., t i >.'>* k >i' B*h r|| J udicious advertis- ing has nuwl«' a HUf- cobh of many busi- ngs cntfrpriHcu try it for your own. 'I li' circulation of Th News is not V. odd \s i«lc. I '|I wr rt'Mch t he ficopN' of i luiKi> ti'iTitorv. Vol. XXIX, No. 12 Nothing adds more to the tone of any business than the u e of nice, neatly printed stationery. The News ia pre- pared to do this kind of printing on short notice and at reasonable prices. 1 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1912. Whole Number 1476 1883 Webb & Hill 1912 5. WEBB, Attorney at Law L. H. HILL, Notary Public THE OLDEST REAL ESTATE FIRM IN NORTHWEST TEXAS I We have a number of desirable farms and ranches listed with us for sale at reasonable prices and on easy payments. 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. tr tr cr Cr WEBB & HILL Albany, Texas. ZA 3 3 3 3 3 a 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 3...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 August 1912

V . J, <* V u .v.v ■< .V* ■ K . • • :.y ! , ' , ■• • .• >'• i> ■ :*,•-> • mm* 1 ' ■ jT «>.r '! ? ■* v ; " .l " • If tm GENERAL NEWS, CONDENSED FOR THE BUSY READER British Newspapers Criticise Taft. The London papers express most emphatic condemnation of President Taft for his action in signing the Panama Canal hill. "Such breach of confidence be- tween nations," says one, "is lamentable." The attitude of the United States is decried as dishonorable, and the President is referred to as weak and un- scrupulous. Their hope remains that the matter may be referred to the Hague tribunal for arbi- tration. New Postal Law. As result of one of the provis- ions of the now postal appropri- ation bill passed by congress and signed by President Taft, all first class and second class post offices will be closed on Sundays. Every important city in the Uni- ted States is affected. Only special delivery letters will here- after be permitted to pass on Sunday, and no mail will be pl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 August 1912

•*- " >'■.JwaP^w *— ■• ■" V >< OPENING OF REYNOLDS COLLEGE TUESDAY, 10:30, SEPT. 10 On Tuesday morning. Sept. 10, at 10:30, Reynolds College will have its opening program for the ensuing scholastic year. Count- ing from the beginning of the school as an Academy in 1S9K, this will be the twelfth year. There will be an appropriate program for the occasion, con- sisting of music, readings, and addresses. The new Principal, Rev. R. C. Hutchison, will de- liver the main address. It is hoped that as large a number of the people of the town and com- munity as possible will be pres- ent on this occasion. Let the public show their appreciation of Reynolds College by attending this exercise. The students will re-assemble at 1:30 for matriculation. WONAN'S MISSIONARY NOTES Following is an extract from the report of the treasurer of Home Dept. for 2nd quarter of 1!>12: Conference due. $17,020.24 Pledges (adult) ,4,722.24 Specials 20,010.80 Local work 79,853.01 The members of the mis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 August 1912

m uV Is itfrfj i * i,jg J K4.! hs $ $ s TO Eft ad P C?Mi ■MS THE ALBANY NEWS Issued Every Friday Morning. PAUL BAKER, • - • Publisher. IBnt(*r«M] at the Post Office at Albany, Texan. an Second CWu ^ Mail Mat t«*r Subscription $1 .no l\r Year. /• A IDA 1ACdUST /<;/.' Citizens of Albany and the com: ty are invited to contribute short articles to I la- New.-, l!(M) to 100 words, mi local (|uestions. Many suggestions on or discus- sions of local questions may be made by people in the commun- ity which will be valuable in pointing the way to better con- ditions and progress. The col- mtiiis of the News are open to tl.osi who desire to make them- ■1*1 yes useful it: this way. Albany do some of these things? There are many things to be done. One of our fellow towns- men. Mr. VV. (I. Webb, has sug- gested that the Court House lawn around the band stand is in dire need of attention. Morses are being hitched there and the trees are being killed. With an ex- pense of a few dollars this plot...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 August 1912

-* •* ' • .1*?.wV ..y.- .*?J? <t \ ' \ \ * • —. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury, w mercury will imrcly destroy the serine of «mell an<l i-oinplflrly derange* the whole aystem when entering It through the mucous surfaces. Such article* should never be w*ed except on i>re.serij>- li'ifi.s from reputuhle physician*. aw the damage they will do is ten fold to the Rood you can pojwihh de- rive from them. Hull's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by •. J Cheney A Co. Toledo. O . contains no mer- cury. and In taken internally. aeting directly ujxm the blood ahd mucous surfaces of the syatem. In timing Hairs Caturrh Cure i e Mure you net ttia genuine It Is taken Internally ami made in Toledo. Ohio, by V .1 Cheney Ac Co. Tentimonlali free. Sold hv Druggist*. Trice. p .r bottle. Take Hall's I-amity Tibs for constipation Picture Show every night next week. H. P. Mitchell was in town Sat- urday visiting W. R. Hammer. Miss Leta Robert was the guest this week of Miss Loren...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 August 1912

r--. A ff.* H '*r\ m t K£ UN OUTLAW'S PRIDE Or the Hunt for the Bad Man of Kalem. BY DONALD ALLEN. They f.ilc] of Mildred Drew that she was a frivolous girl, and now that hIi«' was as good as engaged to Stephen Ila/.leton, they continued to a.iy thi' same old thing. They did .uli. however, that Stephen, being Hii' i' vi ars older and being a coti- Hi-rvutive young man, would steady h"r down. It's nothing against a j-irl that she Is frivolous. It simply means that she refuses to worry about the things that her mother does; that sha doesn't, want to tie herself up too j soon; that, she is falling In love with J t new chap every week or two to | study the male s>ex; that she is ro- j niHtnie by nature, and refuses to take j the world as seriously as others. Whether folks liked it or not, Miss i Mildred went right on being frlvo- ; Ions. She thought a great deal of Stephen Hazleton, but. when he start- ed out to lecture her on frivolity she I always tossed her head and replied that t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 August 1912

• -.■? «■* *■ : ■>. • She would not only see one about the j landlord, but about the man who had j so brazenly occupied the other fire es- j cape. Had he remained In his rooms j all would have been well. It was be- j cause of him she had been Insulted In 1 that 0Utrag(*)UB manner and she would lay her damages at |20,000 and not a cent loss. When morning came, however, no one visited a lawyer and no suits were j begun. A night's reflection had brought different plans. For the next three evenings the escapes were va- cant, and the twenty tenants who were watching for more fun gave up In despair. On the fourth evening Amanda Jane and her eat and pud and pencil reappeared. Five minutes later Perry Chase Perry and his bulldog and cane and pad and pencil showed up. "There she Is!" he whispered to himself. "The brazen thing!" nhe whispered to herself, "Darn an old maid, anyhow!" "H"'s been Jilted for sure!" The cat and the dog saw each other from the first, but made, no hostile moves. T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 August 1912

{* ? tft&d&ft* > * - v.. TTf't t .- v&v ' ' PP M11 -I" ■" \* r&v £ f!> ■firiHfl i Testimonials of New Teachers for Reynolds College MR. HUTCHISON. Rev. R. C. Hutchison is the newest member of the faculty of Reynolds College. While untried by us, his success in other places has been remarkable. With .seven years experience in teaching, he is well qualified to assume the duties of Principal and to teach Latin and History. He is thirty-two years old, large in brain and heart as well as in body, and is able in every way to handle the internal affairs of Reynolds College. He was educated in Bethel College and Laneview College, Tenn.; Missouri Valley College, Mo., receiving his A. I!, from this institution; studied three years in Cumber- land University and Lebanon Seminary, receiving his B. 1>. degree from the latter institution. Mr. Hutchi- son comes highly recommended by Revs. .1. S. Hodges and P. M. Fitzgerald, and by Prof. T. N. Evans, Dean of Missouri Valley...

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