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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 April 1915

^*t%rJmi * 'O#*, - «• -' -• -V^ >«.'-sXS ** *•« 'A RJi ;? i • - // >> ; ^ [yffjij EHIL^Q DOWN | Fresh, Pure Drugs Fancy Stationery, Books, Magazines, and N O T I 0 N S DOMESTIC AND FOR £ ■ G N 'APPtlN IN OS bERVED bP IN AT. TRACTIVE STYLE NOTHING GGOD GOT AWAY ^ Everything Important Tint Could Be Confined to ,1 Small Spaco If Here Found. § . X Europe;in War Happenings: G. L. GREGG, Druggist S Y, iN '"" " ;'1 ■1 " i 1 • on til-* i<* • ! «' ' ) 111 ;ik'• -a ay (or ' " «>r i - - i' lin n. .i«md ?<«<«'« «<«<««««- • -> > / ,- ># THI: AI.BAN\ NEWS Issued /" / ir M / ' PAUL BAKER, Publisher. But.rod l th< I urir. Alt.. . In." • , r ('!••• Mail Mult* Subsetiphon Si-"" !'n' AIlVKIil IrilNi; KATK.- ()m; !ay •d*«rt m«rnmit«. ungm Hiin1 \ 1T« eon in |>*r inr*h. imrrtioi p. IL' I ' rmita p*r inrh f•*r ■•'•> insertion. rii« r*i . (Win wil b« m*M«* Ml i«<*meot« th "• * third f k or inor in m« Lur !« h ! f*<l |mk notlfi1#, 1" runtn l *r It*# f' r U...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 April 1915

*■«, ,'vU-,vfV' * •. va ' • - ;: • <. '■ \> • .• -'2 *r , -Ki^j ;.',v'-y,^A}f :.v^ ■B - .. . %*$?. ?*' } . | ;. i j s <■ « Every Woman Should Know There are three entirely dif- ferent kinds of baki: : p *i-r, name1y: (1) Cream of Tartar, d--rived from grapes, (2) Alum, a mineral ac: 1, and (3) Phosphate of Lir. . (1) Baking Powders made cf Cream of Tartar add t o the f-od the same healthful qiu.il: t i os as exist in the ripe grap' • from which Cream of Tartar :s d riv 1. (2) Baking P wder:-s r.:u!" Alum add to the b me f rm Alum op Aluminum, a heavy metal* wnolly foreirn t. any natural article of feed. (3) Phosphate of Lime is nnd-j from rock r by burning b nes which by chemical action are changed into a white powder. It is used in baking powder only be- cause it is a cheaper substitute. A Cream of Tartar powder never contains Alum or Phosphate. Every housekeeper should read the ingredients printed on the label and know what she is using. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 April 1915

- *r, ' ;*. > j EH y 9 V / LiP. v'.i r.\- *'1' ',V ;•**: \' ;v- • rJ /• • iL';£r afc-v*. iik, At * ' >f.fV ft,! IP r •' l&f Newcomb News. Special News. bv Newcotnb ha - b«•< r v '< some very bet r week. Saturday t . h •< nn pas '• I th r i l! ear a- roofing an i ' rit '1' n " building . and ''<><•<In ' : <>t 111'- lowland . ' 'a • street comb i eon i I' rah but anyone p.s :mr in plane would not not ice it. Mr. .1. E. Aller. I ■!• 1 ■ ■ <I for Mart, Texas, where he will visit relative a few da\ then he will visit Lampasas and other towns before r*■ 111rnirI; i, :n> Mr. Fred W'olford i I>!> :.• field. T<■ xa . who u .. ■ 1 i 1 thi community, is v n:i..- h old friends here to- w-- .. Mr. i I I, ()11111a'11 i 1 r • a Carnegie hero medal for the courage and end' ranee I < di pla1 e'I one a 11er11' 'on t' . week by ile, • royin.' Is > I..- it, . .1. 1 I. Hi non ai 1 St a - '• t'hil- ders hail husine in t!;< Hoo^ burg c'lnmi'init...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 May 1915

I. «£>> > • V ■ ■ ■ J" ■ v: .. . • > ■ " An advertisement in the AY.-ex i >:< experiment—it is sure to brinr it .„!/.i Vol. XXXI, No. 48 r Formal Opening of Albany National Bank. m In re -pom«■ in ii cordial tat ion extended to the general public and eqieoialL in the la- dies the beautiful ne ■' buildine of the Albany National Hank \va filled to o\erllowing with appre- ciative cue i • on Saturday after- noon, who took thi. occa don to call and inspect this excellent!), equipped and beautifully fur- nished place of busine . and partake of the generous hospi- tality of the Directors. From the pre ident' oflice in the front, to the hand- some parlor in the rear, the building was f. -1;\e with tlo\. crs. As each guest entered a carnation in v. lute or pink wa. bestowed as a s< u\ enir, to w hose slender stem \s . attached by a dainty ribbon a card bearnj.' the inscription' "With appreciation of your pa-'-t, pr eiit and future business,Albai Nat:on;;l Hank Flowery bo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 May 1915

in' " ^ ># *,'.f *t£i : e^MpEjfi ««!*■• ) % EVENTS BOILED l:ancy Slationcrv, liooks, Magazines, and N 0 T IONS WSSJTHSiffiTES3."£T.f!Xia:.' . ; G. L. GJtEGG, Druggist K<<<<«C«GK<<<<<(- - > >^> a 2 domestic and foreign happen. ings served up IN AT. tractive STYLE. $ EUROPEAN WAR HAPPENINGS & Everything Important Tl at Could 9e Confined to a Small Spa;e Is Here Found. ^ In ' i" .i r< :aft. a Zeppelin <" an roplsitj, railed Ij.■ wi -, Fnn . e.irlt ' • >' aiori ing. Several !.• ....tia wer- dropped. • • * '!■ is off I iall.v ail.' ( ;:; ct-i I tl • a I Hrlt!.-n warship hn captured tie- <•••* Aceeir,!!- ,• >o the pos'master at Hal " ' • : t April vt<-re $91,170.77, ■ : X v . aln or $liS,2I over April I I. j{ «. lpts for April last year were ^91.W12.56. • • • !• rn'ii all present Indications, Gray for county, and ■ pe-cially the terri tory the immediate vicinity of Deni ! !iav" the largest berry and Inilt crop in many years. Tl-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 May 1915

. «... •?' ■«*w .ii'X y A 5^-f -.- '" * ■ ■ False Economy Perhaps you uno fin nlum bnking powder because you think it is cheaper and therefore more eco- nomical. But is it? Loading food exports and medi- cfii authorities have for years declared that alum baking powders are not safe to be used. The chief European nations prohibit them altogether. Can it bo truthfully said that an article of food so generally condemned is economical at any price? Royal Baking Powder, whicl is made from cream of tartar, adds only healthful qualities to the food. The difference in cost of a pan of biscuits or of a cake made with Royal Baking Powder as com- pared with cheap alum or phos- phate of lime powders is about one cent, which is surely too small an amount to warrant the risk. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., New York ■Hlf* Hurals ^ JJmuutals [The Nowm reuuentH it ■■ roadern to nuiil or |>l, .• in t)i> « . * , i| j.lv any Viait >ri hh «-nrly in thr wrok hh | > «bl« If vou I of • ' >.*• , ki...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 May 1915

* • -'.,\ ,-'r. t v • .< ■■a.'aSfS j..- . ^ -J^;v > ■ 'VVV'.^-l y ^L '•' .Jx- •^-v, • •,. - L# V $ v •*,.. SW&5 £$ -J: W' * , Ki m ys Snalum News. ' attended church at Fairview | Saturday evening, The excessive rains have We hear of nice fish being thrown almost. ev;ery one behind • caught from the Free Trip to Panama Exposition With every purchase for cash we give you a vote. Remember little daughters spent Saturday night with .Mrs. Wade Hand. Mr. and Mr-. Will Autrie jftt Sunday with Mr. Hen 1 Irish Miss Fronie Clausell. Miss Laura Pate. Miss Corinne Palm. Miss Pertha Allen. Miss May Adams. Miss Thelma Daws. Sedwick & Cook. A Seventy Year-Old Couple. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Carpenter, ibard and with his work. Many will have >■'!>« it will not be long before |your frierids tjiat are runninjj, a replanting to do. w.- can report some fish fry*. *few votes rnay wjn the trip. Mi .M 1.1 rtie Todd is : pending Pat kil.ing m the order of the standing of contestants Tues- th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 May 1915

i ■ v.; v 4 i . i " ... -/ jr- .. J*?. A x ••/•.. *" •>. -'v 5 . -> ? . • f> , *? An advertist ment in the■ At'ws ii K'> experiment — // /.t sure to Mfig rt ults Hr items Vol. XXXI, No. 49 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1915 Neat printing of all kinds turned out on short notice by the News' Job Office. Whole Number 1617 eft STL Warning Against Raising Half and Half Cotton. During tht' la t two year the attention of the <lt ]/artm< nt ha. been directed to t}:<■ tact that active campaigns li:r <■ i>- 1111<1 in the introduction into portions of (Jklahoma, Te <a. . md An.an sas of a variety of cotton called "Half-and-half." 11 is reported that the seed has been old for as much as .>> per bo. hel, under the repre entation that it - an exceedingly prolific varietyield- ing aU per cent of lint, or a ">00- pound bale from I.oiiii .pound ol seed cotton. Many ii.■ iuiri>. have been received I r<m plant- ers thougl thi ■ ■< ' 1 - -; i a k- for...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 May 1915

:> -• ^Vji, THE ALU ANY NEWS. ««<$£<{«<««««««--s> >/£> > >^ >^>^ £Vff^jJ5 BOILED DOWN 1 Fresh, Pure Drugs. f'ancy Stationery, Books, Magazines, and NOTIONS G. L. GREGG, Druggist | ?<<<««<<<<<<<«:<<<<««- - > > THC ALBANY NEWS Domestic and foreign happen, ings served up in TRACTIVE STYLE. AT. EUROPEAN WAR HAPPENINGS Issue// Every I'rid ay M r/hnj;. United States laws. is subject to I'll :.' i"ition an,1, time within three years from date the offense is committed. PAUL BAKER, Publisher. Bnt«r«<i hI thf Post Ofllc® h> Albany, 'IVi'ii n* tt« < ond < Ihhh Mail Mntti-r. Suhscuption $r.oo Per )'ear. ADVKK'I l.'UMI ItATHS Dinplny ii'i vft f iHrri.nitM. fiiriKlo innertlonfl, !'• MRim i <?r iuch; lubnequent Insertion*. I'd 1 c««L> per Inch fir r«. h inwrtinn. Homo rcdur tUm will be. rntt'h' on in«mor>In Umt aro "in* third i>f a puife or mor« in ii ' I.'m.hIh and rrad Inir not ire*. 10 rrnl*...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 May 1915

\ ..V * V ..'v - i'in: \\.)>\\\ m;\v> PADEREWSKiS WORKING FOR POLAND if? >>.- % ■M, "OS- i. .. Vi,-^ vm'ismt S5KBtw ' Jf •J-,. .< . - i M •I horlz- ntal A hi-11 ilring. 1 he which ! re lit angles oi .•'I' 11.. ii 'i rii .'p ■ and ! >• inurtar ' i' , whirh at i"ii Ki t atei angle • ■ ru ' i explm Iv, iuli i 'It i to ■ ru !| lent m 'n| mi Hive s.nd ! land almost ■ r : Wl Some Guna Are Short. ">;i 'Ii" way, do J*ou know the reu- " ' ■! Hi.' .Jin. r. ill <• lii the le Kthh. . I Ii ':! n '■! -r \ 11 ' I I 111 lie. I ,'T, II • v 1 "ii ciii. lit' a >'r. at.-r chativ i pi uler tlmn Hi. French marine ■ ii of . pial < allb.-r, will Ii Is u aid lone?" I 1); I never tried to Hud tlio reason | • ll! (I i ffi I I !]('< An<! > ! !« i \i< th PLAYER V/EARS GLASSES WHILE ON FIELD E3 E3 \W m *** m Hint i "TIi maruio gun - II ni |iM tna ui I! r<' trj t) hid ! > Urn r :i Inn • tt 0011 NO! 10 LI Ignace Paderewskl, the famous pianist, and los wiv pi • : : .n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 May 1915

*i ;«Mf.xrii . . ,JL. f. !;r m<: -• '■*■■• 1 I'HK M '' \ v Y NKW> Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative ! Union of America r-r Matters t/ Especial Moment to the Progressive Agriculturist FARMER:;; SHOULD HAVE PLAN Attention of Ti Ing Should sc Interested n Farm- • ould Be Call-id to the Necessity of Basil,. ;**3ft i tlDSe infer,-a, . j farming liould | iitty of putting on a conunun ' ; ♦ at« • A I, Pa Cochise nr..J S in Mont of uh fool ourselvi « mors than "we do anyone else. It Ik alwaya beht to bu dilatory In the. exercii • of mall' <• Good intentions fall to ameliorate the boreness (if a hoi <■ Charity for yourself will hardly cover a multit'i ie of ■ in-. an tli" thn ft calli d or d all, far a ("ru, tli. , ■ l : and la | neces- • ii business | ; ■' rlct basis. | ni adviser for | >. countb By HAROLD CARTER. : mm.' er aw t. iin of tl. He 1h a doughhead of a husband whip is ruled by a rollingpin. Live within your incci t t don t sponge on tbo world li, doing Ho I a a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 May 1915

. ••• > f* ■mvmmv&wm SV- * r .. j j /; > « ' ■ . a- J THK Al.BANY NEWS. Penny Wise and Pound Foolish Hard tim^s make every woman look to nee where she can save money, which, of course, ia sen- eible and proper if not carried too far. In the case of food it would bo foolish to attempt to substitute sawdust for a breakfast food because it is cheaper. Evoryono knows sawdust has no food value and its use would bo a positive detriment to the health. Alum baking powders may cost a little less than cream of tartar powders like Royal, but many of the highest food authorities both in this country and abroad have declared them to be injurious and not safe to use. To attempt to cut the cost of living by using low-grade alum powders is unwise economy. ROYAL BAKING POWDER No* York CO. luirahs Jfrrsmtals [The Newi roqueata it« rouilers to mail or phone In the natm-n and glares ..f residence of any viaitara aa early in th«'w<M;k a.n po.-imblr If you know of other personal* kindly aend...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 May 1915

I TV {A* * >4 ir>< /, ■ V--': • -.4 3* i'-^v , •••. k r THK A I.HAN V NEWS. New Bounty Law Two Dollars for Wolves, One For Cats, and Five Cents on Jack Rabbits. According to a copy of the new bounty law, the state is now paying a bounty for the scalps of wolves, wild cats and jack rabbits. For the benefit of all concerned we give a few excerpts from the law. "The scalp of said animals so killed shall I"1 presented by th< unsolved in the South. In the course of his paper Professor Austin said: "Where there is a shifting population the public school teacher faces many serious dif- ficulties. In certain cases almost all the children move out of the district at moving time and then when others move in, it is neces- sary to organize the school a second time. With term all too short, at most this is a seri- ous handicap. This movement of the population is largely re- sponsible for the laxity in school Free Trip to Panama Exposition Notice-—Sheriff's Sale. The State of Texas, W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 May 1915

s:-v - ' / ••*. . , 5 -WMrZi «V*i \ f-« ♦f a ?! A' I-V -.v.'rl Si ft 8 ts*L, An luh -ertisi nu >it in t/u .Vcws is no experiment— it is sure '" !'rin-' >■ u>.'t% El Neat printing of all kinds turned out on short notiee by the JVews' Job Ojjiee. Vol. XXXI, No. 30 First Saturday Premiums. Come to Albany June 6th. The commit!.<•'• on I' .ui■ ■ ! >.v for each lit ! "'at-ir-i:. i plan nitlg . 1 IflH* g< >■ "I t I) i!: I or t il1 0 that, conic to Alban.v the fir t, Saturday in .1 une. 1 ir.-.t ol all, they want to a ure the public that Albany want . i to vt the habit, the Albany hah t on tin first Saturdas ol' each month. This i Trade Dn;, for Albany. Here you can v.ap hoi 1 . mule.', cows, and fords. Here also you can meit your old friends and tall of the bj gone times. (let the Albany fn t Saturday habit and keen it. There will be awarded the following |ireniium For the fine -t boy baby, one year old or younger, ■•M.nii. For the prettii t i'l baby, samf' age, !?l.oo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 May 1915

in BsP a"'. v'- k • ■ • "A, •; * _ • • • , % • *r .• > 'M ■* •' y J ■ . •«<£.. MSSism-.' SSL^-jJi6i5s*2Ga THi: \I.HAN ^ NKWS. sv\ Fresh, Pure Drugs. Fancy Stationery, Books, Magazines, and , . N 0 T I 0 N 5 G. L. GREGG, Druggist IWwk««- >// > / > >: THI; ALBANY NiiWS ciently Rood to attract automc bilf tourists. Issued livery Friday Morning. 'PAUL BAKER, Publisher. In this connection, th<• local Highway Association of which Mr. L S. Hollowell is president, chii f engineer, treasurer, and ad infinitum, deserves mention for its constant violence and work in keeping up the Shack- el ford part of the Highway. Dwplay ikI vvrt m*rriPnUi, iinffle insertion*, 1,. ««>«• p r tnrh, miimnmrnt inwnkin*. u! i- ' Sometimes the road needed more p«wt per inch for < trh innertion. Homo r«Iu«*. Knt#r*cl ut the I'i-r* Ofllr#* t All.any, T'xhn, am ecomi 'Mufc* Mnil Mutter. Suhsctiptwn $r.oo Per Yriir ai)vi;in isinc hatks. "IHt TRAIL OF TilE LONESOME FLY" U). l>. L., Coleman...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 May 1915

■ •_, ; .• ; . ■ .M . • 1:s- ijy&i! 'P*. line \i.itnews. * V f BEGINNERS WITH BEES FULV account of too hens Healthful, Interesting and Profit- able Occupation. Sete-.tion of <or Apiary of Much Importance—Expoiments. Have Proved Th.it Low Stand la Always Preferable. Ilppl-'.w'pinr n i a v ho cnaduetcil Jirol.it i/ly v,hi i. i. ■ imiv-iI i ..i.i l>"11 i11K ml" Jii. wh.it It, Iji :i found out t. i i i-rt In t.hi■ mam . ment and u: < ' modern ii|.pbanri fciu|iha |i> ..i ,. r, h<i:iI<I In jil.iri <: upon iI.i 1111,t |„. mn;,. . ., a Hinii11 v. ,'i 111■ I sl< '. i ll i|,i;r a on • Incn a. t-n (•iiiiipnii nt iii i" ary, while i i |.w-ii i..rl ■ l.i;111 ij • . i h" I . f no'hln,- but mob i n ; oih' that inn in i. opi'ii froiii tn time, |r rmltlitiK a study of th< liilen . I simple bUllllIC hi v. 11 in i i ondli iini ill t hi In ' Tin' sell t tlon of thi> silt' for tho apiary is of imp :: , n . 'I In | • y may In- placoii in i In- (Join \, ml in t*i. orchard...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 May 1915

i .-M S& iii MRAW \i;\\ n:er"; un a I U; In Building Such as Described the Hens Wiii Produce Eggs in Quantity. MEANS PROFIT FOR OWNER Plan Does Away With Possible Over- supply of Moisture, Which Is Det- rimental to the Fowls—Rea- •on for Division Into Compartments. By WILLIAM A, RADFORD. Mr Willhiin A 1U ' v, r fj'-' ' lon> and r , , - a 11 v • •• I Ji I ■ ■ < '• . '1' t ii a 11 • ' : [j i *.*Ir. • : : H'j'.j- "t "f I ! .4 V\ fk <-n ". • ! . I ' f ' t ho i1 i•'• i • i of t . h j , < >n i .: .t f lils wi-Im • < j- ! • u . i r. ■. . .: ! Mar: jfac r > . • ; . • J ;: ••fit • r i* v <.n •1 •« - A 1 <ir • ■ • * ji : '*,■< ri s i , '.Villi tm \. ). 1 f rl, ' - V: v: r 1 • ■ < , Ill and (Wily Inclose two-c^nt stamp fur r«ply. Bettor poultry M notic-able In all Beef ions of t h«• < ojntry. 1'''11« r br < da of poultrv don-and better hon. boeau «• '.veil bred \ < . v. 1 -• are trained fo produce -k^b iri great quantity under «•« unfortable rrnund...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 May 1915

■ '> -• >• _• \ ^ • ■f ' * "v* thk \r 11 \N 'i \i;\vs. A Lesson from the Past Years a^n, boforo baking pow- ders were so well known, Vrse housewife nonet irn-53 aide her •.vm iron creairi of tartar and soda, re then These materials were comparatively ex:.ens ; ve and : •• - cesr.es of refining had n- t 1 • n devised to brin,' th-en to the h; <'h state of purity of the pr •,;e:.*,- day well kn .wn cream of tartar baking powders, Kueh a:: Royal; and yet she never though4, of buying alum, tlvn a:-; n n a ;lv-.ip and inferior substitute for .-r-am of tartar. She wouldn't think of permitting an ounce of alum to enter her k .tehen. Yet housekeepers are to-day asked to buy alum baking powders with which to make food fur their children. The statement on the label af- fixed to every can naming the ingredients of which the bak.ng powder is composed affords a method of protection against the use of undesirable kinds. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. Hew York Kverything in groceries at White Sw...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 May 1915

gim* "-.mZ ■aY ■ y -V.,.,- :•;• • - .. -• * ~ .-W. *> j*. -I r^-1 M -V in 4«M'- « J jjEg?- ;■ # THi; AI.HWV NEWS. I '5t' . . .tt- •-*>• - «fv -iiv1 CLEAN UP. Now i.-; the time to Ji:iyour old mattre *<• made new. We have a m*t«*isin«f ■ \: -h t « the •lift and ntln-- from tin i ■ i "..itted cotton and put new li > n it, and we put it m an ii|)-tu-.lato Art Ticking at i av • r pri<' > u Now, while the opportunity i.~ at your door t i "• ;■ i in ?t••• <■ 1 < :m• • I ..p and i;«• \ v ones made t< ,ord'r !• *i': n; ■ th chance. for health ■ i larp h upon yoir eating and sleeping. Send or bring your old mattresses or call on or | h• ■ ri• n W a ill ipadly < line and in" tl.- m. Work guaranteed. < 'all and • ■ >> ir work. PRITCHARI> & COMER Door lietwi ■ 11 N ():!. and I '■ t OHlce. \ LI .ANY, I'KX AS Notice Stenff's Sale. The State of Tt-xa.-', Co. of Shackelford. By virtue of an Order of Sale issued out of the Honorable I)is- trict Court of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 28 May 1915

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