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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 26 March 1915

mi ■ i m tut „ I fm 11 -W< •*. > ^*Y ^f'/i • *• ' / - <^it ri t >*.*_ ••• V ^ ( ' • :^J■'" ;j> , *.-c. ,. { n~r rrhiift* • ' ''^CfA:^S . ■■• s. , - ; : Local Items. i during a lull in the opening day ceremonies at the panama-pacific international exposition ■ •'- vv*x-' >'47 'H&-M •- ■ ; '£*.!•*< ' .. , •> fSE^ wAt f*? '** *>/• 4* **♦ • - , ✓; £ >' 'V * ■a 5 « i ' % ;v,V'F. r * Wt^jf 1 >'#>:> Trade at Murrie's the all day store. (iarden and farm seeds of all kinds at .1. Carter King's. W. II Stephens left Tuesday on a business trip to Coleman. 'In.-1 relieved at Rcnfro's fresh ! Marc ]:a 1 Neil Hour, Meal etc. JMW<4IIA IRON FENCE knpa foot 3Uw AND UP Protect and Beautify your Home the mint attractive, durable and econom- ical fence made. Ask ua to show you Catalog and quote prices. J. M. Tomme Albany, Texas Iteniro carries the best line of Trade at Murrie's—the little store with the big business. C. T. Dunn and family were .iried fruits....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 2 April 1915

ff: •} • .-^1 II i/>| •rrtCWV' v **••'"> • iir>.' .'• ' f "• .1. ,-'V#> •'.*- •*** ■■- An advertisement in ihe AV. exf emnent - sure U>brini\it •<'.'. iter' ''' Vol. XXXI, No. 43 Neat printing of all kinds turned out on short notice by the News' Job Office. * >r HsH k." 'i.w ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1915 MONEY SUBSCR'BED 10 RAISE; LAKE 0'LLER DAM I WO BRITISH SHIPS ' After red .ving hids "n the work td be done at I .■ t!i<■ Diller, it was found that, the : dditions to the dam could be made for $2,Zir..OO, that heir.g !l"' lowest , bid hat ded in. I hi was made by W K.Waller. The hid cov- 'hat we oiler every consolation (•ml the contemplated addition j possible. and be is further resolv- to the dam which is to build a1 ed: That a copy of these resolu- iwall twelve feet wide up from tions be spread on the Minutes 'the bottom on the back side of ,"f this (irove. a copy furnished the dam and extend the height I the bereaved Sovern and a copy on an average ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 2 April 1915

.«'' H' ' **■ u ../* i,? • v-; • • <8- £® I <v' s gift F# A-" events bciled down Fresh, Pure Drugs. Fancy Stationery, Books, Magazines, and NOTIONS G. L. GREGG, Druggist '<((< «((«((«((««• • JOMESTIC AND FOREIGN HAPPEN NGS SERVED UP IN AT- TRACTIVE STYLE THE ALBANY NEWS andresources-arul with a ^i,u- lation almost sparse in compari- fssual Every brtJay Morning. (.son with the vast area, it is a , , ireflection on the thrift and en- PAUL BAKER, - - - Publisher. terprise of its citizens that Iexas Kntffr^oat t""" should be dependent on the out- side world for any material per cent of its needs. Subscription $1.00 Per Year. aiivkutising katk.s n/!vfrtmeniintJ. iinfU iria«rtiona, 1' rm]ta |i«'r inch; •ubaequrnt insertions, 12 1-2 oaati p«-r inch for each Insertion Soma r* iur- Mon will I* mml* on ad v«rtinement« that ara one- We have for many weeks kept our gray matter irritated and third of a |I««« 'ir mor« In alx*. Lorali and rrnl- stayed HWake nights puzzling In* notices,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 2 April 1915

hbomm , • . ' j* • : /'vaev'Y The Albany Livery Stable, Albany, Texas Mail, Express, and Automobile Passen= ger Lines to Throckmorton. Fort Griffin, Woodson, and Lusk When Weather is too bad for Autos, hacks, Buggies, lite, will he substituted Float Line, Livery Service, Feed, and Wagon Yard Phone No. 138 The Review of Reviews and j the Albany News, both one year for $2.75. Saturday is my last day in business. I am going to sell i everything regardless of price on this day. B. H. Ezell. "Lightcrust Flour", "Silver- moon" Grape Juice, "Aluminum Kitchen Utensils", "Chase & , Sanborns" teas and coffees and "Sunshine Cookies" at Murrie's. Burton Well a Producer. We have been informed that the Burton well at Moran was brought in Sunday. While the strength of the well, is not known it is believed to he one of the best brought in. Judge S. C. Coffee of this city has an interest in the rovaltv. LISTEN Best Paint Morals sP flmimuthi [Th« N«w rrjuMti iti r*a«l*r« to mall or phone In the n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 2 April 1915

* ■ *r>*' - * V*v.. ^sSSfe v V"' i'*> ■r. * 7«* ^ (Tmmtrif (Citrrrsprntmntrr Newcomb News. Newcomb had the honor of en- tertaining the Shackelford Co. Singing Convention, for rather the sweet warblers) Sunday the 2Kth. The house filled to over- flowing and many only had a "look in" at the windows and doors. The audi' nee was treat ed to some of th<■ be.-'t singing ever heard at N'-weomb and quite a numl"r learned for thr first time that they were not "the only turtle in the tank." Hon. Ft. S. hong was orator of the day and we congratulate the president of the singing conven- tion for selecting such a capable one. These singing conventions are a great thing for the citizens of the count; . both socially arid spiritually, and it is t<> h" hoped that interest in them will in- crease. Mr. and Mrs. ,1 F. Alien have been suffering the past few days with lagrippe, but are reported better at tins wri ir,)>. Miss Dot < Tiidgington of the Center Hill school, \va . t ing M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 9 April 1915

V- .... v '- •• ' > : * t'^vV J r /''i . rro «-<• ij ktii /}// advertisemi nt in the News is no experiment—f/ o sure to bring results Seat printing of all kind* turned out on short notice by the News' Job Office. is.. X> I, No. 44 Wilson-Pringle. ( At six o'clock Sunday evoninK Miss Edith Wilson and Mr. O. L. PrinRlc wore married at the home of the bride's father, Mr. v,. A. Wilson. The ceremony was performed by Uttv. Stockard of Cisco, in the presence of the family and a few clo: e friends. The bride, who is a recent hijjjh school graduate, chose fur her attendants, her sister and her school mates. Miss I rancis Wilson was Maid of Honor and Misses Kathleen Lynch and (Jorum Vanderford of Cisco were bridesmaids. Miss Heatrice Ad- ■amson played the wedding mai < h. The bride was very attractive in her wedding Rown of white lace organdie with sleeves and double tunic of net lace. She carried an arm bouquet of white carnations. The groom entered with his best man, Mr. Jesse ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 9 April 1915

• ' V.W v * •< ~ 1 *':•...V- V '•.-y: i- *,' Fresh, Pure Drugs. Fancy Stationery, Books, * * Magazines, and n o t i o n s Miwiwiaoii rcjETTTTaiBasBtasratSKWEWOI G. L. GREGG, Druggist o it put continues ;it the present. rate. Owing to the great de- ,J writes: Straightened Him Out. Jones, Boothe, Ark., marnl and excellent price a num- writes: 'I had a severe case of . , . _ , , . kidney trouble and could do no berwt independent punts have, work at a]l_ Foley Kidney Pills opened up in the United States, straightened me out at once." among them one near Chicago,The same story is told by thous- r nn(, and? of others: weak back, rheu- of .iU.OOO . ... ,., matism, kidney and bladder trou- tne.Ji.-, a k|ps yje](j qUjc)<jy> gafe an(] ef. ! consumation of (>0 bales a dav. I having a capacity pounds a day, which ; «<m< <« <«<«'«.««- - >• ) > « ;/ >«? THE ALBANY NEWS A 12 inch gun, it is estimated, 1 uses .'{no pounds of powder every lime it is liaed. At this...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 9 April 1915

■ '** •' i'wm'W ■ r t The Albany Livery Stable, Albany, Texas Mail, Express, and Automobile Passen= ger Lines to Throckmorton, Fort Griffin, Woodson, and Lusk When Weather is too had for Autos, Hacks, Buggies, Htc. will be substituted Float Line, Livery Service, Feed, and Wagon Yard Phone No. 138 The Review of Reviews and the Albany News, both one year i for $2.75. Mr. and Mrs. H. Robert and 1 Mr. and Mrs. (1. T. De Lafosse visited U. K. Baker and family in Stamford last week. I My stock are in excellent con j dition and will make the season New Lift 'at my barn midway between Mo- j ran and Albany. Rates for.lack l$lU.()0. for horse $8.1)0. l'astur- i age extra. J. 0. (iordon. White Man With Black liver The Liver is a blood purifier. It was thought at. one time it was tne seat of tne passions. The trouble with most people is that their Liver becomes black because of impurities in the blood due to; bad physical states, causing Biliousness, Headache Dizziness and Con,-tii ti in. Dr.Ki...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 9 April 1915

. Al -J- - A ,: a. _.:. > ;, •, samsammat .* 4. v. £*,•.' St.'W. . J&tflHiui. afM7fc8UfflHa«MC«K^ I if* /« h\ V«' 11 j'"*- .*•• :' t ■ $3 Model Cafe. I have purchased Mr. Brooks' Restaurant, and the place will be known hereafter as the Model ( ale. We will at all times have home made Chili, all kiwi1 of fresh Meats. Fish and Oysters in season. We will have all kinds of cold drinks, ice cream and ices. We solicit your orders for homo needs. Sundays we wiil deliver one or more gallons of ice cream to any part of the city. Our Ion / experience in the restaurant and drink busine is a guarantee of quality. "()ur Motto: To Please \ ou. " We w ill continue to buy Country Produce ami pay the cash for same. Phone No i(>. The Model Cafe F. P. BUPP, Prop. Notice of First Mee' n?, to Creditors. In the District Court of Un- united States for the Northern District of Texas, in l ankruptcy. Abilene, Texas. In the matter of John .lames Wynigear, Bankrupt. No. ltd in Bankruptcy. Abilene, T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 April 1915

'JkT..W> ,rV r * •• , .-•> *t-"4 *- V i • -m i • ■ -4, P9 :■• - fc#*i •$< *v ^ 'sl'T b •> m ii /}« ad, ertisemt nt in the Nt i «i experiment—'/ 'i sure t > b>in% rt .,'' Neat printing of all kinds turned out on short notice by the News' Job Office. Vol. XXXI, No. 45 Banquet to City Officials. The City fllicia! . sv-i. r"''' of the bu -in< :-s nu n of the n Wt'drv sd;i\ <venin>' at a :'"ur cour.-• ■ li!ifii|U''t • rvi 11 at ti Hac.kctt Hotel. Me ''■ T- v Deats and W. H. Cuoi planned and executed the l at. pi* it ap pronation of the faithful and efficient work done I).'- tl •• Cits officials. The pleasant nee;, m was lie ^uti hy an invocation hy He. ' I'. Clark. Hon. Sam Wobh >'rv iny in the capacity of toast master made a trontf speech praising the work of tin* Mayor and Couneilmen, and introduced the various speakers with ap- propriate remarks. All the ( its officials were called on to make talks and also the officers elect, to which requests they respo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 April 1915

+m-:. vi ■ ■■ ■' ■■ ■ >r ." rft" /<««««««^ • -> > > * > ; resh, Pure Drugs Fancy Stationery, Books, mf * Magazines, and N 0 T I 0 N 5 5"T ' * i !.<! tht' letter <i •ct of do" ' !♦. 1 in w has th i•' < n t he illlV ■;ul> and HE95MBI G. L. GREGG, Druggist «« <«<« ««<<- • -> > ^ > > y ji' v & THE AI.I5AW NEWS luntti I'.vfry Friday Martting. PAUL BAKFR. - • - Publisher. Mnioric'at th" I'm1 iMrm at Altianr I'm •• tariinri Mail Mattnr Sufisi'tiphon $i <>o i'tr Thru hist week, The reach a goodly M, E, CHURCH TO ERECT PARSONAGE The Methodist church has sold its parsonage to Mr. Sam Webb! and will build a new one. Thej remainder of the block on which the church stands has been pur- chased from Mr. G. A. Howsley and the new parsonage will be built on the lots just west of the church. Rev. Clark states that they hope to begin building next Monday. City [lection Ticket Carried. I hem? Mont".- has been raised J he election for City ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 April 1915

Mfaati • ••,••••*.' • V-V.r The Albany Livery Stable, Albany, Texas Mail, Express, and Automobile Passen ger Lines to Throckmorton, Fort Griffin, Woodson, and l.nsk When Weather is too had for Autos, Hacks, liugKies, |-;tc. will he substituted Float Line, Liver) Service, Feed, and Wagon Yard Phone No. 138 mx « f All kind; of s< -ving machine, ti> «-.j: • - ; l.d ■!: J11 ], . at till,' K U'k- | et Store. Dr. S Webb was in Albany We.In. uay with the Katyj officials. Mr. M. J. Leech has purchased the new Overland car from Kinj-r Bros , : . • n: • Mrs. II. 1'alm and Miss Co- rinne I'alm wore in town shop- | ping Saturday. For Saie. W hit-' ?ekin I)ut'iv eggs $1,00 for fifteen. S. R. Bad ley. LIS Sonthi JJrrruntalii [Th« Ntw r«qu«it it« r«A-l*r§ to mail or phon* Im h*-la'Tn-# • 1 i •< ** f r# *i<l -n',« of any tlaitori a« «arlf in t • « w ««'k a poaaihU If v'i luvm of -)*r > *i« a '• -!. r •• 1 thern also with th« <ar:•* "f tha fimmunlrant. Thi* wil gr**' , *•• I Inf in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 April 1915

- ,• «V ■ ■**>**' 'r^.-iliii-n^r-' --*—■•• ' ,ju4 - • < ' . lr.rv :^l_. : J'^ ■ .... CCmtntrji (fnrmipmiiirmT ... Newcomb News. Shaffer Hoi ueand Nelson Palm I wore at the Literary Friday night. Word- are inadequate to ex- • it t tl > r- r • i da -. pre-s th< b< anty of all Nature as V ■ i-• | • thai iii i rifir i ot n it reveal it , 'C to us these balmy ] . • ■ r:. • . . • t; ' •• a • • r. , |ar>'-< mm ; • pM (•>!•.- spring i-iys. There is a new j far. a-,(J reluctant -pru.; • i unit, m th«- i • ' (;i' N< • oe and a new inspiration for j one that is nol uiited to the in comb and Boogsb -arg'.'i will ha - . rv one. spirata in of tin1 p' ■' t w!c>i-r en:n ;i correspondent for Tl A '-,m\ riie recent rains certainly put] his litth lionrruit to a art- us \', ws. We will all be !;• t cous-,a happy smile on the face of the! .V- ' ' A 1 . . . 1*1. I i ..ill i . . \ i Bell Telephone and PARCELS I'OST Constitute , i partner -hip that shouhl v. h k out nn commonl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 April 1915

./.-V .-Jt- ■/- -v *°%dRBMUK v. : ^ • Ki/r ^r. j ■ P fc*; 1 V' I VV u /J« advertisement in the Nt s i s «6< expcnnit nt—// is s ire /-• brine n ..v.'.'v Neat printing of all kinds turned out on short notice by the News' Job Office. Vol. XXXI, No. Hi EVENTS BOILED DOWN Domestic and foreign happen. INC.6 bERVEU UP IN AT- TRACTIVE STYLE. NOTHING GOOD GOT AWAY Ever/thing Impu t-jnt That Could Be Confined to a tmall Sptco It Here Found. ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1915 Whole Number 1614 Artuftl ccn"tr ''in h i b1 run en the sy '"in of I I-' i I. to be built In lla.1 i u I bat v.ill c 'bt fJuO.UOO • • • A bill I ! ' • i.binl .,.n <-t Bt.it. wiii,- pii -,ii t<j the voters at i ■ - - A i.: i 1 in , • I, was killed in tin* M . fin :• !,: •'( Ill -I'.it I fU I.If') i| ■!-• el -it M !' i: k. I.- :,r ''li.il 1A in N II 'i liiS 1 >Sth High School Ccmmencement I. &P. Ry. Trains Thru Albany «•«. aitt-mi that it will work properly. The commencement exercises Owing t< a bridg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 April 1915

mmmr > • % v. y i ■ B&C BS? r. &<£«««£ K<<<C<<<<- • ->> > ^ >^ Fresh, Pure Drugs. Fancy Stationery, Books, Magazines, and N 0 T IONS irmrmnsmmsia G. L. GREGG, Druggist | '<«««« «(«(«■' <«w- - > > >w- t n,^ 'ertising 13 a Iks I © CX . 3I£jiSE. ,.kJ 0 0< REAL VALUE OF ADVERTISING FOUNDATION FOR GOOD ROAD First Thing Road Builder Should Strive For Is to Have Ground- work Good and Solid. i By K W Hoivr ' ir-ulo Arrl< "r il mi: ai.i> an\ M:\vs hsutd Every /■n./ir .1/ nitnir PAUL BAKER. • Publisher fct.U.rn *t ih«* I'.IW. \!ba f. hi** *• i«rond ' 'I*** *4 ft Matter whstiipt-on $!■"<) /Vr )e>n. A DVKK'I I. IN<- KA I I f>U l>!«v advt rfw*rn*i t ■ f • C«ntl | « i lie h i^'it i' ■ 1 r«Hta p« r inch f«• each i p^rl ■ • rf*l r fmn will ha mail© t> i ad?«'i^ota ' at ar* 'tic third of a paf >r morn in ■ • l.<"*a i and i*ad In* noh<*« a, 1" i *r lina f«>r • ingle inaert i Hulufjuenf ina *rtio! A of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 April 1915

• '- f'v *v % ' > ■,' £SS- ;>\nm i<4m<<MK«m« • m> > ;/ > ^- * On First Saturday in | May, Or h r V s<> cents will briny; I he AI !> mv .W.vs to ti , \/ new subscriber lor one vear. > / I his w ill be the time to send n I. ^ paper to a friend in the old si . 1 e.-. r •yy}') fiy A f © N/ ■-S THE MIGHTY COURT OF THE UNIVERSE, THE HUB OF THE ARCHITECTURAL SCHEME AT THE PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION V if' // / / § $ 9 a I i i <. \ i i . r „ ?,< ,> sr>r/ COULD SCARCI v «.W WA! J.fck k rc/vr rr *; V And For Three Summers Mrs. Vin- 'mlievc l would have died if I cent Wai Unable to Attend to Any of Her Housework. After I I •; :i:i !. a,; C; ([really helped, and ,.;i Inroe . licved nic enti. al>. I (aliened up, nr:d > . > Pleasant Hill, N C 'I suffered for | stronger in three n i le:t 1, Ihree summers," writes Mrs. Walter ,.ther person alt a ' Vincent, of this town, "and the third and last time, was my worst. I had dreadful ne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 April 1915

• , , T. '/ . _ * ;• • ■ •••-.. i i«, -i ■ *.«*'£ Wl%K More Than 75.000 Acres Under Cultivation in District Around Sedan. DOUBLE YIELDS PRODUCED Efficiency of Methods Shown— Dairy Operated tjy Troops If Peace Comes, Civilians Will Get the Ciops. ny r. H. CAILOR. In the N.;w v ik \V. i il Hr*ri" ii Op / iom In .■itittwe- I" a •Jin tion I I ml ii ki .l ii- ■■ ,r tin' (11 coi nt Sedan :i 1 wi■ jt the irniiin kov •rnment taking all tlio supplies of flour Into it* owti hantln, I wa t. Id that ih" f;■ ■ i n1111 ! ml ii i fi i r i f run Hint: i ..rt «•( >, I tti it ih- lliirtir.hf Hi'' ii!1 i of 'In a 11i tii'i' ■ able to -l ;i r vi' I tii'in 11 11 1 : ■ ■ t'il "for ill ! :i i I",' oni> I • 'Iii* I nil . I • a 11 to III' tn .. you I ■ 1 I.- ri. look all i mi I we li.i vi- |,. !.n h T" mi ■' than 76,000 aorei of land under culti- vation iii w I i at ami | 'ii :tir We hf> 1! Ill,It I i lli'i CI'o|. • 1 ! lull (In i ; I, mi r lo il ■ tiin.- of ti■■■ liai . i, • t If il is not tlio .i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 April 1915

whksb -1 Tl hWrtl*" " I "„{( «>. <>■ • .to:#?4 tW.WWi.'V" wp " mmmmmmm wmmm mmmmmmmm • mmmm mmmmmmmm mmamm mmmmmmmo qsmk The Albany Livery Stable, Albany, Texas j * i •« Mail, Express, and Automobile I)assen= ger Lines to Throckmorton, Fort Griffin, Woodson, and Lusk When Weather is too had for Autos, Hacks, busies, l.tc. will he suhstituted Float Line, Livery Service, Feed, and Wagon Yard Phone No. 138 I Unntlii jlmuntals (Tho N«W« nK|ii*lda '• run-. <r J h-.r •• r n a • f • • ' my TiBit'irn hi* * r! y i 'i t h« w^iik *• i *• i If * "• f i ■ *" •' therm a I no with the name of th« . Mint. Thin* iff* .- • • *• fc**. ing in touch with al h*poeni '«Mni.-l willbr hitfhlj«iia"**'. Ft, . ] ■ Good hay for sale at Ken fro's. ; Harvester oil at Munv'< Fresh cakes ami crackers at Oliver Palm attended to bu . Murrie's. to- - in Albany Tuesday. M. B. Gentry was in Albany on business Saturday. Don't forget the cold drink d<■ partment at the Model Cafe. |C !"[•, pnrp, l(j ■.......

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 April 1915

IS1...5-.;;-,; . " * i "• 11 ut ** ' ■' *£5ife KVi 4 A* V fc \.'' k <V '.C'' W. :i X Uk t) K5? ,.•4 I ! . (liututrii (Eiirrmunwntrr .... Sedwick Snap Shots Fresh home m.ide chile alwa s at the Model ' 'alV. 11<*n (i, Re. nnlds and family e guest o! *' Mom",van c unt.y .-pen; several days in All.an;, tiii-; week visit ,vick M'hif-I :• -l I cida • nirnt p.-itu.ga gowl time at the box " "' ,, , in- •••! en I.;. ; : (in i:' • the box supjer at Snaluni Sat- a" ' ' l' •'' Mr. ai -i Mr . Il-rrunol AI ham urda.v *• v«-|(;ntT April 24th. Let ®r ''•••■ '• vviMi their o.-.tigh- contribute something ' • Lynch. Mrs. Lynch, ' ;>r'< •, . .*.• . toward making the evening a I' r-incis Miles, and Mrs. Ivl Man- ( •}"<• \va. a s Mrs. Autrey was Mrs. -1. I.. A!<•>.:.fui( r Thursday, mateh at f}:o young people art' "WANDERING JEW" ON MOVE A! r V. e had III. ' al a! ,i: : , '. «*I| a -ft t.i all the i' ' ii,ci. hue r.iin Sai ./''.a pmii'ai.le ore- ocially and tinan- iii oi (lialiam sp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 April 1915

l, If c\, • * 'Jfey ' •, r. ' ■ - - •*-' -• - • ' 4' '<?*"■ '■?>-. • ' ■ v- f) Ah advtrtist tnent in the X> si >• • experiment—it is iure t brine " ■■■<■ 's Neat printing of all kinds turned out on short notice by the News' Job Office. Vol. XXXI, No. 47 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1915 W. M. Biggs Returned With : 11 1 Boosters Discuss Roan Build- ' h' ! 1 ,laMl 1 v 00 , nia-l" tin* road Work !>< in,/ Curry Monddy. danim, ai.• 1 in.i•. ing by \V3rr3nts. " then-. ami it* tin-. ■!<>. 1.. > committee will visit the business llollovvell is appointed to go with I. S. Curry, who wa. suppo ed '"ction of tin- town ai 1 i • ■ ' . \> • > . ;r r ■•<■' : tl ,■ |i cm a- a repr, •«-ritativ«* of the to have been murdered and hi. lind -« « •• l"'gn ni-.g m.id- t i! ' > < >ili 1 ■ouster Club. body iflent itieo, wa reiurneu 10 «««••« " 1 • .,< ma.n preserueu m ineir respective was ihkcii oi me graduates, and Abilene .Monday by W..M. l' igg . made...

Publication Title: Albany News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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