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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 November 1912

I / fa'*- K NM"" ■ *it> f'U: I Swt? :— ■•' "® —'.•.-.-'S'Wv'" ikrfMg<utv.'|gi ? iil8wiBl^ailwiftM^ waawppHH ' ■MM 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 1 ele- phone Scrvicc. It *.v 111 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 co.it. Apply to our nearest manager or write to THE SWJTHWESTERN/^^ TELEGRAPH TELEPHONE CO. U M > *S. we a--? « «a w V:i. JL **rm * Flagged Train With Shirt. Tearing hi* shirt from his back an Ohio man flawed a train and saved it from a wreck, l ut H. T. Alston, Raleigh, N. ('., once pre- vented a wreck with Electric Bitters. "I was in a terrible plight when I began to use them and my stomach, head, back and kidneys were all badly affected and my liver was in bad condi- tion, but four bottles of Electric Bitters made me feel like a new man." A trial will convince you of ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 November 1912

Vlf^V i•• ;■ ■T T) . '$ ■ v^'-H _ Ff *" :*.v 1 ?r fi .'• Vv R |Kfj7U IJ't ?• , X- iV i T- - &T i pi/** V :& it,4 :<:«• THE ALBANY NEWS Issued livery Friday Morning. PAUL BAKER, - - - Publisher. Entered lit th«* Post Office at Albany, Texan, hh Second Claim Mail Matter. Subscription $! .00 Per Year. advkrtisinc it at us, Display ml vert torment#, Mingle itiaertion lfi ei'iits per inch; m«ue than one in: ml ion, 12 1-2 renin per inch for « iu'h insertion. Some reduc- tion will Ik> mad** on adverltoemi*ntH that are « «•- third of a paife or more in Mi/.e, I.« «'mIm ami nhort reading noticeH, lun-nl per lit «- for niiurle iiiMer- t ion, or rents i i*r line foi lonr n mlinj: nolii-r -. More tnan one insertion of Iim-mIk and readerK, f • mi per line foi rurli iiiM ilion. FRIDAY, NOV ii/1 J best places to live. As a rule you have to be exceptionally bright to eke out an existence there while a man with ordinary intelligence in the country can live on the fat of the land with ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 November 1912

JudieioUH UllVLM'tiH- iriK Huh made a «U< r.i'hh of rrmnv Ikihi n«. i cntcM-prim:. I ry il Tor your own The rireulalion of The Nt iWH is not world wiil< , hut wi rearh I ho pi-oplo of u larice territory. Nothing adds more § to the tone of any I business than the ■ use of nice, neatly ■ printed stationery. I The News is pre ■ pared to do this I kind of printing on V short notice ana at g reasonable prices. Vol. XXIX, No. 22 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1912 Whole Number 1486 1912 m if "wf' <rv • c?/ >r o KyJ)\) V. • Webb & Hill S. WEBB, Attorney at Law—L. 11. HILL, Notary Public j Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. ...THE OLDEST REAL ESTATE FIRM IN NORTHWEST TEXAS rf' i f o ' ~ YK m Law II'i ath nd to all hinds of liti- gation, d: i.o wills, deeds, and all hinds of legal instruments. Notary PuNic in ojjicc, (hot' ns your legal business. Real Estate and Live Stock II '< soil ■ill I'inds of teal estate and Hoe stoek anil ;oe s/>are...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 November 1912

"W ■■ T,. I • kl ■IMtt'MJJJKJLiUUU.'l'MIIIimW'JUHililjiJT HTWifTlTlBnTrrill 'i economy! means to buy THE BEST at a REA= SON ABLE 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 VERT BEST FOR A REASONABLE PRICE Gas, 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. THP AI UANV NIFWS is l)rohable tl,at Secretary of irlL ALD/\ni state Knox will wait until sov- oral more than the required num- Issued kvery bruiav Morning. ■ her have ratified it before he PAUI BAKER - • ■ Publisher, issues the proclamation declaring it part of the constitution. (Jrad- R (tared t th« Pout Olfie.- ttt Albany. Texan. a uall.V, but With Certainty, the Hncomi cihbh Mail Mutter. Nation is progressing toward a ,, ,. more democratic form of gov- Siibscnptioii $1.00 I er Year. ernment. ADVKHT...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 November 1912

— WILSON WINS WiTH EASE IN TEXAS DEMOCRAT'S MAJORITY IN STATB APPROXIMATELY 150,000. COL. ROOSEVELT LEI 03 TAFT Progressive's Advantage h Slight; However, and Race for Second Place Seems Neck and Neck. Pallets, Toxub: Returns revolved Rliow that. th<* Democrats made a clean i sweep in Texan, giving Woodrow Wll son a majority something in tlio nel^tv j iBiam ohnslon carYR/wrr is// m nomsiuHMj. camxnr 111^^ [}y yiforffes SYNOPSIS. ttm iitft'i! 1 uiriki-r. I'OinniltH lllin- as KaOiin'llm ,'i-iiow envi li'!"• font orfli'.e 1M - frleivt, Ink's up llVlllcril llnii i 'i i ii- Governor O. B. Colquitt. - liorhood of 150,000, out of a total vota which probably will fall something bo- low 1100,000, which was tlxo voto cast in lltUS. The rrturns further indicate that 1 Roosevelt and Taft, combined have polled something loss than Taft alone polle.il in i!ios. Up until early Wed- nesday morning Taft consistently led Roosevelt, in the returns, but in the ' latest fiumtnary theso two candidates ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 November 1912

y> THH ALBANY NEWS PAUL BAKER, Publisher ALBANY, TEXAS ■■ i Thin la tho open season for Welsh rabbits. WILSON AND MARSHALL WIN Garlic Is suggested as a cure foi tuberculosis. A strenuous euro, all right Radium Is said to add fertility to the soil. Dut there are lota of cheap er fertilizers. A hunter was killed In the Malm woods the other day. That ceased long ago to be heroic. A Chicago woman advertises herself U a "hat doctor." Must give her patrons dope on the latest styles. President Eliot of Harvard advises freshmen to marry early. They'll havs to If thoy marry while they're fresh- men. A Fond du Lao judge holds that a woman may slap her mother-in-law. Bure she can, If sho wants to run the chance. A New York prisoner explained thai he gets thirsty every time tho moon changes, which Is as good an excuse as most men give. Indications are Electoral College Vote For the Democratic Ticket Will be Above 300 in the Total of 531. ROOSEVELT IS AHEAD OF TAFT Latter May Possibly Lose Hi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 November 1912

ij *«i® "'■'teJ".^'"8"4'^, 1 (HQ ARMAGEDG9N OF THE SGRIPTURES Startling Presentation of Com- ing Events. t PASTOR RUSSELL'S VIEWS CPASiQg tfllSMUjJ Chuiches of All Denominations and the Civil Powccs of E.irth Are About to Unite In Common Cause—Piwerfu Influence Preparing For the Battle of Armageddon—A Reign of Anarchy Will Be the Result of the Warfare Until The Messiah Takes Control. I'.imil.!vn. N \ . N <> v ii. T li o Hi'ooUl.vn Ac.'idt'in.v uf M ii s i c w ti s I'l'llVV (It'll In I hi> 11111 it I ■ m I; ■ \ In In*:! r I' ii s i ii i' UiikscH's 11 ls< I It I fSI • 'ill I III' "linllh' ill A rum Ki'iiiiuii" iiis if'Ni was Hi' yuiheri'ii 11 ii ■ 111 liiyi'l licr 1111111 l |llilci'll culled ill llii' Hebrew lonnue A I' iii a IS i' il <1 o II." (ltcvelalinn xvi. I<i.I The s|>c:iUel'said; ArniUKcihloti in tin; Hebrew Mityiillics llic Hill ill' Mi'ijlddo." i>f .Mount ■ 11' I ><■ stniciinn Ii wiis I'uiiioiih ns :i battle llflil in (Mil Testament tlilies. Til...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 November 1912

- Treatment. This should con- sist in a change of food and the artificial feeding of lime salts, such as magnesium and sodium phosphate. Foods containing mineral salts may be given, such as beans, cowpeas, oats, cotton- seed meal, or wheat bran. Cot- ton-seed meal is one of the best foods for this purpose, but it should be fed carefully, as too large (juantities are injurious to cows. Phosphorus may also be given in one-fourth grain doses twice daily, together with a tablespoonful of powdered bone or crude calcium phosphate at each meal. Ordinary lime dis- solved in drinking water (lime- water) will also be found effica- cious in combating this disease, and can be provided at slight expense. A change of pasture to a locality where the disease is unknown and a free supply of common salt and bone meal will be the most convenient method of treating range cattle. Calomel is Bad Hut Simmons' Liver Purifier is delightfully pleasant and its ac- tion is thorough. Constipation yields, biliou...

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

T ■ pie in i w . • mJBm ? y Situation Vacant. . Tho rlnli bachelor sighed and look- j eil fixedly at tho beautiful girl. "Things with mi;," ho said, "are at fixes and sevens. 1 feel the great need of a woman in my home — otib who would straighten out my tangled affairs and make life worth living once again. > iler soft glance spoke her excite- ment and expectation. "Yes?" she queried gently. "Do you know," he continued, "of any good, able-bodied woman whom I could get to clean tho house?" noodles and other things To prevent Mfilnri# Is far better tlmn lo cure it. In mulnrinl countries take n <lo e of OX I III NK reRularlr one each week and kiivo yourself from ('lulls anil Fever and other malarial troubles. Adv. Probably . woman telln secrets so that she won't forget them. MCKACHE"GETS ON THE NERVES Many who suffer from backache and weak kidneys are unnaturally irritable, fretful and nervous. Not on does constant backache "get on in nerves", but bad kidneys fail to llmlnate all...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 November 1912

■' > ym ■•■' • L I 1 r A Sick Man f^r I KT i*i I Sfr? i5SSLi - « S. B. Hartinan, M. D. Writ-s Dr. H.Trt> man About Kidney Disease. A gentleman writes me: "I wan /;ri;atly In- terested in your iielicit1 th scrib- ing the KaufT- inan case of f. ri<)HH ili.ii'asi) of tin; kidneys. The description of his cane ex- actly outlines my condition. 1 am sure if I'e- runa cured him as you say, It. hIho. I am losing I ho doctors sav I CANE SYRUP OUTFIT Good Land, Mil!, Furnacc Fuel Required. and would cure mn flesh rapidly and have every symptom of lirlxlit's dis- ease of the kidneys. If you lliink I ■would he benefited by I'eruna I will certainly try some aH the doctors have practically Riven me up, tho name us ! they did him." In reply I wish to say, first, that I never make any promises as to what i I'eruna will euro. No physician can make positive statements of that sort. I can say this much, however, If I were In your place 1 should certainly Klve I'eruna a trial. I know of no othe...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 November 1912

w _./ w •• 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-Kordyce Oil Co., and the best Oil, Gasoline and Naptha always on hand at the lowest rates. GOOD TEAMS XVILI. F.F FURNISHED AND ll'AGON YARD IN GOOD SJIAPF I Buy your dry goods and gro- ceries from Sedwick & Cook. Miss Ruby Hatcher began her school at Sedwick Monday. J. J. Pearce was attending to 1 business in Albany Saturday. iw* 8rm. or Ohio Pit* oi Toledo. i ll CAR COI'MTY. s i have j. Cur.SKY nmliff uUh th:it ho partner of ih«' nrni « f I .1 < 'n ^ A I VUttiiiMM in the City of T« l 'il« . « . unt\ afi.r-tuicl. aiwI Ihftl s.ii• I firm will p.i\ t* i ONI; IIUNIIRKI* IMM.I.AKM for H *1 tiitl • mtv of Catahkii tli ii cannot bo cum...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 November 1912

\ im THE JOY OF HOME riu* rutin' 111misi IikIiI n \p!\rs around tlu* I rlrphiuir \ri, li bors. friends. market •!« i i nr nnd store (mii he re.n lw«l in .hi instant by (lie home having Telephone mtvihv THE RURAL ITLLPI ION I'. Provides tins home necessity •Mil plrosurr m very low i;i m lo people who live in tho country. Apply to our nf«rp l Mnn WKfr or wrilr lo 1 M I Southwestei n Telegraph ant! Telephone Co. Oil its. - HUS The Cotton Palace, a Big Baby. Press Day at tho Cotton Palace was one which will be long and pleasantly remembered by the members of the newspaper fra- ternity who were present on that occasion. lleginning with an in- formal reception at the Elk's Hall, at which addresses were made by Homer I). Wade of Stamford, Pres. W. H. Hoffman of the Texas Cotton Palace, Hon. A. R. MeCollum of the Waco Tribune, and W. C. Edwards, President of the State Press As- sociation, the Press were then given an auto ride over the city, siiid a luncheon at the Cotton Palace. In the eve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 November 1912

iK'iou? a«lvi.-rti iriK rniwh < su( f many l>u i rprj try if for Hi- rii < .l;i? j<.n "I N'V. ^ IS fl • r !<1 wirlr. In,t. v. i • aril \ !',>■ p '/1•'' '.I i I.ii ;'«• '«•[ i ilorv Vol. XXIX, No. 23 wmmmm 1833 Webb & Hill 5. \VI;hl>, 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... Mr i72 WdaJ'** • NothiiiK «Wh more to the tone of any buaineHi* than the use of nice, neatly printed stationery. The Ncwb i pre- pared to do this kind of printing on short notice and at reasonable prices. ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1912 ivV'-n iwsman tavi. • n hmmt i tot? w Whole Number 1487 1912 Law H i attend nil feinds <•! lit: ,,'tif'i • , dra. will , deeds, and aft I.: ads > f /t ;;<il i// /r > >. //' . V, \ Public in i [ii,, . (, i ii.\ j i r legal 'us/Ui ss. JT 1 W(A>. Hat/, " w Real Estate and Loans Live Stock w, present s,.,/-iil Loan 1! , Mi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 November 1912

Wki " - * <ii A ft Aft ■H a :* - * ji « J) J ■; means to buy THI: BI£SI at a Rl:A= SONAhLIi PRICli. It does not mean to bu\ cheap goods al any price. This t";pcci:ill> appli- d to hardware and that i* " hat w c offer you, always THE VERY BEST FOR ROLE liliu (i?is, wood and coal ranges ami heaters. jj j bathroom water heaters, a full line of jjcii- era I hardware, and we guarantee to please fj : ' vou whenever w e trade. <1 u u u t i ' Ii : S 1 L. S. Holloweli I-'ord Automobiles. Hardware. : ■XVi/il people arc sufficiently aroused nothing but the granting of their demands will satisfy them. employees know that the com- pany they are working for is sufficiently interested in them to insure their lives and to retire If the town were incorporated, them on a pension aftei a reas- bonds could be voted for an ade- onable term of service (2(l to .:{0 <iuate water system. 1 Jut those ^eals' u'" 'wtutally bedis- bond what a scarecrow? And! ,0 render better service, the incorporati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 November 1912

m w >;v • s * $3 $ >; s® fc* m n •<Vj • *h * 1 1 «p •;"s i:'-4 i i 4 w * hi n ♦> 0- i' 4 III •V. *1 I I J! WILSON'S CABINET TO INCLODE TEXAN? HAPPIEST DAYS OF LIFE PRESIDENT-ELECT'S F RIENDS HAS BURLESON'S NAME SLATED. HOKE SMITH IS MENTIONED Believed He Will Be Offered Portfolio of State if Bryan Declines Post. Washington: Tho following C'.ibi- i flf't Hlut«• is UIldeiMtOOll to constitute tho guess of a coterie of i,o\ Wilson's friends with w h'iin perhaps more than! with anyone r■ i> , t iiPresident < led ' ban Intimately dlseu: ,ed publi, men arid measures Hecretary of State William Jen- nings Hryan In the event < ol Hryan declines tin- honor Sena:\>r Hoke Hmith of (oiorgia. Secretary of Treasury Charles If Crano of Illinois. Secretar) of War -William F. Mr Coombs of Now T "1: Attorney tlcneral I /; u 1 s Ir; ri < 1: • : of Massachusetts or A. Mitchell l'al mer of Pennsylvania Post mil ter General Albert Sidney Burleson of Texas. Secretary of the Navy—....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 November 1912

w m k •* Lw THH ALBANY NKW5 PAUL BAKER. Publisher SPANISH PREMIER ' KILLED BY ANARCHIST AI,HA\'V. TKX'AS 1 1 A (Jftniian na> h electricity will cure lnBomnla But with fatal run 11 It a. Turkny doi-R not fpem to have done much for Europe except exiHt there. It in not difficult to make the Jani- tor believe In that rumor of a coal famine. ASSASSIN OF SENOR CANALEJAS THEN ATTEMPTS SUICIDE. WAS A FAMOUS STATESMAN OVERWHELMINGJIILSON VOTE electoral College Vote For the Democratic Ticket Will be 429, Roosevelt 90 and President Taft Has Only 12. On tho other hand It frequently happen* that motorcycle riders are not hurt. "Everybody h point? to pet a red none," declared a Kt IxjiiIb phy lclati. Happy day a! Radium In advanced an a cur" for Bout (tout always wan a bloated plutocrat * (Jldeaae. i A PttUburR 'ramp arrested with 1,000 petinle* In tils pocket. He wan coppered, all rlr.ht A woman htm been appointed con- troller of Atlantic City Control fash lens, bathlnx huHh, or what? Eleclrl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 November 1912

a l> Stc ^w*u*Q, E Some of tho best physicians prescribe OXIDINE in cases of malaria Thoy can rfoaorthlcally. for Oi itliric i* a L-noU'ft rrniinljr With « knotvn rnull. In raara of either Incipient or chronic in rilnria, Imdin* eft ret i definite benefit and nlriiodt I imlnnt relief. Take it (imprrvi'iilivOi as veil aw u remedy. It is a great tonic. OX 101%'Hit 10M hyrt I Idt u|- 41 ill umler the afro lfw« fln- iee ifi.iijf Mi# lirtib' lllf not hrnrfit you. rcium iKa imply h> illf tn thr ifru|fitl M'fio told I I an/1 recti*C lh# full pun hate prut. TTie, OAIGOI® WILD^TR D.jNESEMT r a THE PERFECTLY HEALTHY MAN Q a ftsaJth. PANAMA CANAL " 2 u.tim NFW ORIFANJ \ij H. N. K rnni.riliMM.a1n < • • lllo, •Van. 23 ! •• . 10 dujr* dnrh>|l2S and up. <r*i / 'fr i!'uitratf<4 A //#/ //^ _ Vliiinhurg-.% rni-rli uit l.lnr, UOH Olive Ml.. ftt. I.out*. ><o. Pettits Eye Salve PATENTS FOR EYE ACHES Wnt.oa II.ColfmKlltWuti' 111K t< • r 1, 1> (' It., f r.-* Hint.* cm rrlcrt'...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 November 1912

. lis ktf iii >11^ ffi&k1 p$ wES?vil Jr^.VT J; N €-1, ,^->A r« %' W'* !rac| v v-k ' ** W^i *\ X >. *•> h'"i V V'..x •vfr! #•*5 ' ✓ ji ' i f Br* ' M4 m * W,?'V I «.> isli RP& >'V V #' Ci' ' ®g iv'^ ■;?:/ (?&, :: ••'•' "• . & •' > ■• ; fe> . , a '• « 5S£&iPf )®)F Mlliam Johnslon. auouuuKCDmr IJIusintiMlj, YIMncS (JjrYF/NfT ID]/ SYNOPSIS. 11 ii r *1111 k Kent rnllt 'in I."'j!m !'\irrlslt to pui\mut- 11:ii rrl a;«• ,ui'l ll'i ih Mi" li'niin m Wat «■ > litMiiem in.- atiMinjii'il clde of hiT Mlwii-f K (itlutrlii* i< «■ ri t h' 'f'a • ii llH«' ll|{Ht|.)li Hill llii'N 11 Hit II'.K' < 'runil 111, Hiillur f<>t K mi haritn-, vslm t i<l foriilililin Hi,, him-,- 11 y it- ml il l''n r rlali, I'h'J talkfil '.villi Kalu'iilr ■ nv r i tp|F|>lii>lif> Jijut >i■ 111r.• slip Mllol li' l'"lf A torn I ii*f« rif vll'iw p'lpi'r Is fnuii'l at illi<li 1 nf which lifiH'r^il I-'iirrN' l-i • irlr-k' n with pirnlvHlR Ki'iit 'II*' "'■' 1 ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 November 1912

i •a l 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 (iriffin, passengers, oxpressure and small freight will be carried at reasonable rates. 1 represent the Pierce-l'ordyce Oil Co., and the best Oil, Gasoline and Naptha always on hand at the lowest rates. !- GOOD TKAMS WILL /:/■. FURNISH EI) AND 11'AG (IV YARD IN GOOD SHAPL Thank you! Come again! •J. C. Renfro & Sons. Mrs. Tom Lenoir came up from Bring us your pecans. Sed- wick and Cook. aw • > > Sedwick & Cook are in the market for pecans. See them. Thank you! Come again! J. C Renfro & Sons. W. M. Sanders of FoySc Flat / v Moran Friday to visit home folk, had business in Albany Saturdav. ^5; / \ ]\ I > n Hartzog Henfro attended court Judge J. A. Matthews shipped >jv in Haird Monday. cattle to F.tstern markets Wed- 'J nesday. _ T «• T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 November 1912

Mttna THE JOY OF HOME I In- I'll I 111 I, ■ 1 1 • ■ • ' . '{ iri • i ■ • I i In 11 l«-1 1 i . It. I • . Il «•! I < I > In K i.i I > ; . . f • m«l vf.-r. i iii | i rr 11 lit •' III- 1.11)1 Ilip I , l .i\ I ♦ I • , I • , f . S< |V „ . nil RIJRAI I I.I I.I'MOM. I 'rov iili-s I Ins I i'ii • i,i i • 1 y .iii-1 |'li iMiri it vn y l« w i 1(1 |irnplr U li n 11 VI Ml I lie '(Mllltrv Apply !o our nfMr«l Mnn «Rfr or wi if r to 1 H I Souttiwester n .A. Telei'.iapli and h lelepuone Co. '• Oil US. il us ' Notice. Notice is hereby K'iven to all persons that during thr next reg- ular session of the Legislature of the State of Texas, which is to convene at Austin, Texas, on the I I'h day ol' January, l!tlM, the undersigned railway and railroad companies will apply for, and n- <|iiest the passage by said Legis- lature, of a special law or laws lor tin' following purposes: To authorize The .Mi-souri, Kansas & Texas Railway Company of T( xas, to lease, or a term of not less than t\u ...

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