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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 18 October 1912

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 18 October 1912

^5G$- ' m* The Albany Livery Stable and Wagon Yard <*• I am now the Manager of the above and if you desire anything in my line, please call on me. In connection with .the daily mail lines from Albany to Throckmorton, Woodson, Lusk and Fort Griffin, passengers, expressage and small freight will be carried at reasonable rates. I represent the Pierce-bordyce Oil Co., and the best Oil, Gasoline and Naptha always on hand at the lowest rates. GOOD lEAMS WILL RE / AND IVAGO, •Ml 'URNIS11ED N YARD IN GOOD SHAPE $100 Reward, $100. Thi readers of this paper will l>e ploancri to learn that them in at leant one dreaded dtoease that selenee , luw beoa able to euro In all Ita stages, and thai la : Catarrh. llall'H Catarrh euro la the only punitive euro uow Known to tho medical fraternity, t'alarrh bring a eonstltutlonal diamine, requires a eotiHtltu- tlonal treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Ih taken In- ternally, actios directly tho blood and rnucon* jeirfacee of the ny litem, thereby destroyi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 18 October 1912

f ** •M, vm THE BEST WAY TO KEEP POSTED ON market or crop con- ditions. or to securc the I atcst information of any sort is to employ Bell I cle- plione Serv lcc. It will take you a long or short journey with a sub- stantial saving of time, effort and money. RURAL TELEPHONE SERVICE is easily had at very low cost. Apply to our nearest manager or write to THE SlklTHWESTERN^jju^; TELEGRAPH /#' m n Mr ^ TELEPHONE CO. \ \ DALLAS, Mnrnr mwaxsmmjto* \ r,v Saves Leg of Boy. "Il st'emed that my 14-year old boy would have to lost- his leg, on account of an ugly ulcer, caus- ed by a bad bruise," wrote I). F. Howard, At|iiono, N. C. "All remedies and doctors treatment failed till we tried Bucklen's Ar- nica Salve, and cured him with one box." Cures burns, boils, skin erupt ions, piles. 25c at (!. L Gregg's. Advertisement. For Sale! Heaters, Stoves, Acety- lene Light Plant, Buggies. 1 have a nearly new acetylene light plant for sale the Colt, which is one of the best made. Also a number of stove...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 25 October 1912

i'V."'" ft«v.j3ryfOE.^«j • «Vw% A*?t I>v#v-^ .^-jV^Vn' ^ Wl Wp^wwy1*" ' P1*1 / JudiciouK advertis- ing huK made a huc- cf!HB of many buHi- IH'HH untcrin'iHeH try it for your own. The circulation of The Ni-wh i not world wide, but we reach t ho people of a Inner* territory. Vol. XXIX, No. 20 U m ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1912 lass Webb & Hill S. WEBB, Attorney at Law—L. H. HILL, Notary Public Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. ...THE OLDEST REAL ESTATE FIRM IN NORTHWEST TEXAS... Law 11 'c attend to alt kind a of liti- gation, draw wills, deeds, and all kinds of legal instruments. Notary Public in office. Give us your legal business. Real Estate and Live Stock 11 c sell a/l kinds of teal estate and live stock and we s/>arc no expense to find buyers for you. List your property with us for sale Loans We represent several Loan companies and can make you any si c loan desired, on land in this and adjoining coun- ties. (iivc us your loan busi- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 25 October 1912

ma 'imBsm'JII MM ■ m- w* « L,OT r Detroit Jewel Gas Heaters The very best for anything near the price. Cast iron fire box*"double flue circulation, extracting every particle of heat, before allowing burnt gas to escape through flue pipe THEY BURN LESS OAS. GET ONE. We also have a bijj line of fire place heaters, and can install promptly and correctly. L. S. Mollowell Hardware. Ford Automobiles. •w« wr3 s« ai!w«ro by them, They also call on other commissioners' courts in West Texas to follow the same course. We believe that the Borden County commissioners have acted wisely and that commissioners of other counties and citizens in general would do well to assist in presenting this matter to the Legislature. In connection with this, the jack rabbits of West Texas are a destructive and expensive nuis- ance and should be exterminated as rapidly as possible. In the summer it was suggested thru the columns of The News that if each county infected by these rabbits would place a bounty of fiv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 25 October 1912

HARD FOR THE. HOUSEWIFE 11 I It's hard enough to keep house If In perfect health, but a woman who la weak, tired and suffering all of the time with an aching back has a heavy burden to carry. Any woman in this condition has good cause to suspect kidney trouble, especially If the kidney action seems disordered at all. Doan's Kidney Pills have cured thousands of women suffering In this way. It Is the bcBt-recom- mended special kidney remedy. A NORTH DAKOTA CASE. Pirtnr* Ttlla a tilory." Mm.O.J.Trlar, o, N. I>ak., Cn niti 1ay«:"l'or y«mr« hud kidney trouble. My rnet ftnd 11 iu b • awnllM and 1 couldn't lr*p morn than two houri at a time. In tha morning I waa all worn out. My back was lam* and I hnd nliarp puln* wh«*n iMfoopcd. iMtn'n Kidney I'l11* havo re moved all tills trouble.11 Get Donn'i at any Drug Store, 50c. a Box Doan's "wfir KOSTI.K-MII.IHJKN CO.. Ilulfalu, N. Y. COPYPMNT 1911 WKvu-xvucomnr Mustm/bos bfVlforaes HUBpiclon continues to snoop around until he finds what ho is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 25 October 1912

• H$K wSftv' Ji . •. THB ALBANY NliWS PAUL BAKER, Publisher ALU ANY, • • TEXAS REFORMS PROMISED BY YOUNG GEN. DIAZ SIDE WHISKERS—THE 1912 STYLE Nobody is ever hurt when an air meet lu postponed. The pigBkln and the oyster go hand In hand, so to speak. Smaller currency will compel our leading counterfeiter to revise their dleB. The motorcycle has proved deadly enough to suit the moBt exacting "lov- •rs of sport." Chicago has a "kissing burglar," but, girls, he 1b not even passably good looking. Humanity 1b asBtired of a ripe old age If wo can keep our scientist* from dying young. A New York Inventor !b building an aeroplnno with 18 wings. Ilopo he'll arrange tlinm so they won't Interfere. Explore™ In New Mexico recently kavo found a prehistoric flat, but even the Janitor had become extinct. It 1b carrying tho humanitarian movement quite too far when bandits try to chloroform their victims. One desirable step In that proposed War of phthisis would be the amputa- tion of the supcrlluou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 25 October 1912

VMS « \*v 'fir.' ATTENTION TO DETAILS WILL INSURE PROFITABLE RETURNS FROM POULTRY Experience of Louisiana Raiser Proves That Clean Quarters, Fresh Water, Good Food and Systematic Care Are Few of Essen- tials Required With Fowls. f?iWlU"rA\ Rhode Island Red. (T!y Poarl 0!. Stegall, Louisiana.) I built all my poultry houses 10 t)y 15 feet ana Hit Hi a cover extend fi furt In front and 8 feet on each Bide. 1 find this a good stylo of house for thin climate, as It gives Rood sheds for nest a or coops for tho young- sters. 1 make tho roofs of strips throe inches wide, not over three feet high, mid fasten them slightly at each end and hy cleats so they can bo removed for cleaning. The floors of my Iioubcs and the plioils as well ii<re made of dirt pack- ed smooth and then covered with wood mshes. After this has been sprinkled •with wnter a few times It becomes jl'tl'r hard n:d Is easy to keep c1< im". The floors of the houses and sheds icn somewhat higher than thu ground outside. Th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 25 October 1912

'*■■■ ii 111 w iS '?i «5 BOSTON TRIUMPHS IN REMARKABLE GAME WAS BITTERLY FOUGHT CONTEST FOR WORLD'S TITLE. MATTHEWSON IS THE STAR Despite the Fact That Giants Lost, Veteran Boxman Outpitchcs His Younger Rivals. TloBlon, Mass : 'J'lio Boston Ited Rox, pennant winners of the Ameri- can I jeagtio, are the world's champions for ]!) 12. Defeating tho Now York Nationals Wednesday by a score of It to 2, in ten innings of a bitterly fought struggle, they captured their fourth victory of tho world's series and carried off the premier honors iu baseball. Tlio (Hauls won three games of the series, which was played before more than 2.10,000 people, and one contest was a tie. Tho total receipts for the eight games were $490,881!, and each Red Sox player received $4,021, while tho (Maut players each came iu for |2,fiG<i. Nine innings of a pitching duel be- tween the master boxman of the (Slants, Christy Mathewson, and the stripling, Hedient, and "Sinokoy .loo" Wood, for the Red Sox, found tho ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 25 October 1912

> a.' ■ r Ki I I •• The Albany Livery Stable and Wagon Yard I am now the Manager of the above and if you desire anything in my line, please call on me. In connection with the daily mail lines from Albany to Throckmorton, Woodson, Lusk and Fort Griffin, passengers, expressage and small freight will be carried at reasonable rates. I represent the Pierce-*ord.vce Oil Co., and the best Oil, Gasoline and Naptha always on hand at the lowest rates. GOOD 7liAMS WILL IUi l'URN/SHED AND IVAGON YARD IN GOOD SHAPE Marechal Neil I better. is still getting Number 14. $100 Reward, iiOO. Thr f*tdfrn of thh paprr will Iw plrawd to l<*arn that there to at leant one dreaded dlseoHC that wietici* ha* beou tblo to euro In all Hh stunni, ami tlmf is ; Catarrh. Hall's Cuturrh rum In the only punitive cure now known to th« medical fraternity. Catarrh , foeliiK a eoiuiUtutlonal diwaw, requires a constitu- tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken In- ternally. acting directly upon the blood and m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 25 October 1912

M .fi Ini • x> M SN£ gf$ m W' ts wi mmm mtm Farm Life Commission to Assist Farmers. THE BEST WAY TO KEEP POSTED ON market or crop con- ditions. or to securc the latest information of any sort is to employ Bell I clc- plione Service. It will take you a lon^< or short journey with a sub- stantial saving of time. effort and money. RURAL TELEPHONE SERVICE is easily had at very low cost. Apply to our nearest manager or write to THE SOUTHWESTERN, TELEGRAPH , AND s< TELEPHONE CO. onus, mmauammL[iuiMjnw:x- w '^> B.B.CAIN S Local and Personal Mention S Bring us your pecans. Sed- wick and Cook. F. W. Alexander went to Waco Wednesday. E. S. Cook of Fort Griffin had business in Albany Tuesday. W. H. Cauble went to Dallas Wednesday to visit the Fair. Sedwick market for k Cook are in the pecans. See them. W. M. S. Notes. The Woman's Missionary So- ciety met Tuesday, Oct. 22, at the residence of Mrs. .J. Q. Clark to complete the study of "West- ern Women in Kastern Lands." Ten members ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 25 October 1912

. , - .... Supplement to THE ALBANY NEWS Albany, Texas, October 2j, 1012. ANNOUNCEMENTS Fur District Judge, J2nd Judicial District of Texas: THOMAS L. BLANTON For Representative, 106th District: T. J. BARRETT For County Judge: A. KINC For Sheriff and Tax Collector: W. M. BIGGS For County and District Clerk: R. S. (Dolph) LONG Fin- County Attorney: L. W. GREEN For County Treasurer: G. T. LATIMER For County Surveyor: PROCTOR K. CLARKE For la.i Assessor: P. H. WILLIAMS For Commissioner, Precinct No. i: W. C. TIDWELL For Commissioner, Precinct No. J; A. ANDREWS F>r Public Weigher, Prcct. No. i: .}. H. BIGGS City Building Notes. Ily the Commercial Secretaries. After all is said and done, it lakes laboring men to build cities. Don't waste money on general advertising; state something spe- cific and keep a pounding at the public. To be successful is not merely lo accumulate wealth but to as- sist in the upbuilding of your community also. A prevailing spirit of friend- liness will create...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 25 October 1912

Supplement to THE ALBANY NEWS m vv Wis . I//><///!, Z'rtiis, October •?£, /y/-'. i . . —...... Newcomb News. The Newcomb school began the 14th with a very good enroll- ment for the beginning. Mr. <luy Taylor is our teacher this year. Rev. Kstes Came out'with Bro. ('lark Sunday before last, and preached in Bro. ("lark's place. His sermon was enjoyed by all. That was Rev. Clark's last visit to us, unless, as he said, the Bishop sees fit to send him back to Albany. We hope he may be returned, and that he will con- tinue his visits to Newcomb. liev. Hutchison from Albany preached at Newcomb Sunday afternoon. His splendid sermon was greatly enjoyed by every one. J. N. Davis went to Dallas last Friday to attend the Fair, also to visit his sons. The Newcomb Farmers Union met in regular session last Sat- urday afternoon. Several locals from adjoining counties were represented. The ladies of the Sewing Club were very pleasantly entertained last Thursday week by Mrs. J. N. Davis. It ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 November 1912

i n • •. ' v■■ .. - . . T -**' mMM' t ii) Taiikcrslcy t v Hooks fa®-' im tfiP 10 L Judicious ;ulv«;rtis- inK Hum made a sue- ('♦■Ms of many husi- noHH ••nl.«') | t i-u'K t ry it for your own. Thi riiruitttion of The News in not world wide, but wo r *arh I ho people of lurRe ttsrntory. Nothing adds more to the tone erf nr business than the uaeof nice, neatly printed stationery. The Newt ia pre- pared to do thla kind of printing on short notice reasonable I ■■mk Vol. XXIX, No. 21 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1012 Whole Number 1488 m 1883 Webb & Hill 1912 T 5. WI£BB, Attorney at Law—L. H. HILL, Notary Public ). Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. ...THE OLDEST REAL ESTATE FIRM IN NORTHWEST TEXAS. Law II ', ath nil to all h inds of liti- gation, ili.i.o 'wills, deals, and nil kinds ( / legal instruments. .Yotaty Public in office. (Hoe ns r >ur legal business. Real Estate and Live Stock II e si // :ill kinds of teal estate and Hoe stock and we spare...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 November 1912

' ' lihi* N\,.*ir -•'" • '• **,'• * • -i* ' •:$£?<■ 'L%■ \«; s ■.rffc--,-j?. -V "> | w ■NM ECONOMY means to buy THE BEST at a REA= SONABLE PRICE. It does not mean to buy cheap goods at any price. This especially applied to hardware and that is what we offer you, always— THE VERY BEST FOR A REASONABLE PRICE Qas, wood and coal ranges and heaters, bathroom water heaters, a full line of gen- eral hardware, and we guarantee to please you whenever we trade. L. S. Hollowell Ford Automobiles. Hardware. iw THE ALBANY NEWS Issued Every Friday Morning. PAUL BAKER, - - - Publisher. Cntorod at the Post Office at Albany. Texas, as Second ClasM Mail Matter. Subscription $1.00 Per Year. ADVERTISING KATES. Display advertisement*, single insertion 1T « flits per inch; more than one insertion, lil 1-2 cents per inch for each insertion. Some reduc- tion will be made on advertisement* that are one- third of a paice or more in si'/.c. Locals ami short icudint? notices, 10 cents per line for single ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 November 1912

MBSMhBVtiMMSrifttt . a.. . H« ttfh&d'1: J#4 k I «&*££ L M- .y?n> GENERAL FELIX DIIZ SENTENCED TO BE SHOT ALSO THREE OTHERS, SOME GIVEN PRISON TEHMS. WILL AWAIT COURT'S ACTION Supreme Bench to Decide Whether Military or Civil Authorities Should Take Charge. Mexico City: Con. Felix Ilia/., lead or or tho revolution reeoiilly Inaug- urated iii Vera, Cruz, and three of Ills confederal! k, have Imwii sentenced in death 11\ the court martial, before which they were tj'iivl In that city. At tho same tluie word of the verdict against, Diaz was received caino the report that Ihe military court had do (•Moil to recognize the order of suspen- sion of sentenco upon the fevolutitul- ary lender grunted hy the Supremo < 'on rt, pending invent Ration 08 to whelher the trial of Ilia/, should he l>y military or civil court. I'opular apprehension rorurding 'ho l'ato of Ilia/, haa not been t;really allayed, tiowever, hy thin action of tho court martial. Friends of Diaz here fear the co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 November 1912

Wbt&fU- d:'&■ f ■'y ^i* J -Vl it. i^vjJgr.:'Sfe ••'*' . Xf.tt # : '.. ■* .. i>'"* *-< ' ■-' • - V, * *■*' V- **■,< ■ ^ .1": - |l®£pte ■yV■ THB ALBANY NEWS PAUL BAKER, Publisher ALBANY, - - TEXAS Girl born in 1'ennsylvanla has a transparent back. Well backed up. Indeed. If the men compelled tho women to near such clothes there would be trouble. London physician says vellB mako women's noses red. Sort of a veiled Insinuation. A New York man ran up a laundry bill of $3,630. Iiut, then. New York Is a strange city. Half the population of France 1s agricultural. And the otlior halt live* in the Latin quarter. Large crops of preserves are report- ed by housewives, not meaning the peroxide kind, either. A Kansas dentist succumbed to In- juries whllo playing golf And golf Is •aid to be a harmless game. Tly the way, what became of those feminlno faddists who were going to •wear sockB Instead of stockings? Autumn undoubtedly draws closer the bonds of devotion -witness tho fond...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 November 1912

r.v*MM* "**" tf MlftMMlNJ **** Nfl ' % mmmmmt** i i"' ht'^t '•£5 ■ ■ -}i wtii ggg i For Every Baking CALUMET BAKING POWDER Best—bccausc it's the purest, llest—because it never fails. Best— because it makes every baking light, fluify and evenly raised. Best —because it is moder- ate in cost—highest in quality. At your grocers. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS Wor!d's Pure Food Expo sition, Chit n^o. HI. Paris K .position. Franca, March. 1912. You don't save. money when you buy cheap or big-can baling powder. Don't be misled. Hut/ Calumet. It's more economical— more wholesome — gives best results. Calumet Is far superior to sour milli and soda. NAMED THE FIRST REQUISITE Bright Boy Mny Have Lacked Orig Inality, Dut He Surely Had Correct Answer. "Tlita bravo man, holnvorl by all France, was tlion burlf«l with full military honors," a raltlmorM bov roail from ilio i- whin hiu limn* bad 1m < a calliMl. "What are "military honor*' In thin connection?" the teacher asked, and f«*\« ral bo\reenu'd ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 November 1912

I 'MB Alhanu /inn*-,. ni ..... • i A Nice Distinction Senator Gronna, dlBCtiBKing a knot- ty problem, tiald in a Hpeccli: "Tlitsro in u nice distinction involvod hero. You don't notice it at first.. Oncc It is pointed out to you however, you perceive itH Immense importance. "It's the sort of distinction tliat Gobmi (Jolde's beautiful young wife revealed to him during a conjugal quarrel over a diamond tiara. " People Fay,' quavered the old man, trembling with rage. Toople •ay you only married me befcause I had money." The young woman smiled superbly. "'Rubbish!' she exclaimed. 'My pri- mary reason for marrying you was that I had no money myself.'" Alphabetically Speaking. Among a recent batch of candidates for appointment to tlio police force of Washington wr>s a big darltey, evident- ly of rural origin, who announced bin readiness to stand examination. "Are you a native, of tills city?" he was asked. "No, suh. I am from the first state In the Union." "A New Yorker?" ".Vo, sub. I ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 November 1912

The Albany Livery Stable and Wagon Yard I am now the Manager of the above and if you desire . anything in my line, please call on me. In connection with the daily mail lines from Albany to Throckmorton, Woodson, Lusk and Fort Griffin, passengers, expressage and small freight will be carried at reasonable rates. I represent the Pierce-I'ordyce Oil Co., and the best Oil, Gasoline and Naptha always on hand at the lowest rates. GOOD TEAMS WILL BE FURNISHED AND WAGON YARD IN GOOD SHAPE ■I Paul Koch of Lueders was in Albany Monday. Btate or Ohio city r>r Toledo, i 1,1 can coijntv. ( sjf l':i A NIC J. CHBNEY tnnkc* oath tliut h« h imrtnrr of thn Arm of I-. J. cih-nm «v en., btisltw-M In thr City of Tolwlo, County and *f« n'R«ld, and that wild linn will pay On* ON K HtTNDItll) IK.)Mj A Its for rueh an«l <cnlor ilullig Mill.- llli of .v,.|y rase of Cataiihii that rannot be i-urnl l y tin' u*- of 11 M.I. N CATAHRII ClfllK. I'll A N K J (III Ni V. Sworn to before me and aubacrltied in my...

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