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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 28 May 1915

f'-jj-j': A i4" v 'Tr.* " V>' >■! ; ■■'*.* •■•*£• **'-■* .""V^." ■ . A.- ,/ V **s #«V • ■■ ' -V * ' 7 ' y.Vv< * •■ " A ;, Aff:: •■■, V V> v -*.*v.,«'3 . -• . J 'V V , . ,•-."•; N8 K <Sg n IS THK \ LB ANY NEWS. <««« <«««« ««««- • Fresh, Pure Drugs Fancy Stationery, Books, Magazines, and N O T I 0 N 5 G. L. GREGG, Druggist f IWwe««<«<«'«««•- - / > > enacted a bill founding a school | for the mentally defective. ! Our lawmakers have done 'heir ; art let the women of the • State do theirs. Study what' I other States have done in the | care of their feebleminded child- ren. Get the reports from New' Jersey's wonderful school at Vineland; look up Wisconsin's Kujrer.ie marriage law. as a means of prevention of mental : deficiency, and see to it that this Texas school be founded soon; that when it is founded, it is run along the right lines. Mus. W. B. Sii.wtr, ('hair. Social Service < om. THI: ALBANY NliWS Issued livery I'hd-iy '' ruing PAUL BAKER, - - •...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 28 May 1915

V'Ar. ■ •/•- .•••; •• ' ca '4' I. ^ ^*4 • *", •' '^'v; ^Vi. , • ? .. v *'. • I I IK VI.HAW NEWS. WHAT ADVERTISER SHOULD AIM TO DO xrsr Make B>m }ss So Wei: K.no/ i That Puictv.se; Will Think First of Him. i> o'^ OVs k1«v BENEFITS FROM GOOD ROAD'S Increase Value of Every Acre of Land Adjoining Correct Pima; -s Being I itlowec1. Slowly In' .r■ , : ap •verywlmn < .ruin, !!.. , Hint f •! ; . mi. • i! . •very acre adjoining <,r in proximity to tin in and that the bent of i;n,.i will be bard to sell it' it can b< rt a< bed •inly flu•- :.i tc .••.)•, i i preater portion ot thi y< tr. in so far a* our II'; I III' ; '! I concerned, th' prtare. In ma'.lng food roads ba b •) quite n arki d ilut it : t: i, ■ ■ . writer in Fan ; >:. us it w •,11 (i • is,., i highav > ;: 1 I, • r en-. our Hii.it. tie . a fa i u. • i/ along and • ar 'I,. ■ i a/ • . .1 to '|Ull' i : . , j; i, 1 a nee aa much a . ir ll is I' lly . ; . 1 I he met 1. •'' of road i: ;. ■■ v.. in<■ r 1 y I'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 28 May 1915

*; - r" I Hi; AI.BWY NEWS. tumi.l nrnr-r ■• *1 "" ' ■" urn UK1.I —■««> W rr>.w — -«« LI. Of c f. fi' i i'Twi V>' L'w '7 V n„- X v>> is*i. the i Are Going to See -est) ilXlJi .. .1—WfWi *J4h£Q -U'" The World in Epitome Shown by Displays in the Vast Exhibit Palaces at the Panama- Pacific International Exposition. ['od; the Ef t 1 Mon ' n Krai Cisco IH i (I ' ' ' ' H'lTS WllO till •' ' -1' ' '1 I ! ' ' ' I' Ml ■ Ill's 1I > ' I' ' f Hh til'' 111' 'IS' 'Ill r• I't I that in<- world 1 «•• > • i- treasunK ot tin • ait i. w- ■ l • ■ ii.-l arc a gf't'geou • ■' t ■■ 1 ' I ai" paten t«,r tin 11r t tun- 1 "t" !••. ' eht >.r «i •!. t < " t t tic nc .'. mill'' 1 ■ pi III" ill II . ' ' 1' • • | ' pa, e 1111'I th' '■ c ■■'. s !,.]c! In ' ■ Ih i i i ■ : ' chain nt amazing ;ur;-ti:< Kni'iais Hi" main instance ilic visitor ' ■ th i'i1 in i : !■ ">••• ■ 1 • '' ' ! " Its plant 'pi .r . . pa rI;111 g , ■ I ' .: hi r • ' 1 < ' ' n i ■ ■ ■ ' ' i, i 1 nun by iii'.> ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 28 May 1915

•<ssr* "•* ^.../:*-,'•■■ ;/• •:.. is&22?gi : w*m < r v r *jw • ' - . -rrtm T1II5 VI.IUNY NEWS. She Knows What She Wants The, well informed houseV. • p;r objects to the use of alum in i od. 3ho might read Ln an a;l- vortisnmont r r be t ,ld that t was all rirht in the quant,t:< ; used, but in the end she would merely ask, "Do you mean to say that there baking p wdora 1 tain alum?" If the arir.v.'cr, however quali- fied, were in the affirmative, that would bo enough. She would not buy it. Why? l'.ucauao tihe known that cream of tartar han always been accepted an the rao.t wholenomo product for raining cake and ( incuit, and nho want:; a taking powder made of cre.'im of tartar, like Royal. Thin conclusion in the rcnult of unconncioun at. ;orption, either her own or her mother':;, ol" the opinions of the highent authori- ties on hygiene and homo cooking. The prudent housekeeper look:; at the ingredient:; printed on tho •label. She known what nho wantn. ROYAL BAKING POWDER C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 28 May 1915

' i . 4 1 '• ■ X- "X « . f* vi*v, *t w^-*- ■ -■ -. '■ * ."• ,.. y '-aps* an ■ t- THE ALBANY NEWS. Bp* TO 1 Jl $ I' ■••*■',< i jrin.. lit. .' 5 {. *asl( l n the sccond I to uc makes tlu; kind of ice tea \ >u like. 11 makes you want moii', riot just because you re a tc i drinker, but bccausi It ,;o delicious. Not jn t bciat.isci! is Cf'ld tior bei .tu:.a tia. but bei ause it is sue!i 'i, >od t< i Most Aii Grocerr, II U lute .Swan I «•,. 2 >r. 40 & of fl.'* fr"W vvh oound ;ifii! i WAP? DON'T STOP THE COAXING While You Ar? ~itr>pping Some One Else Will Come Along and Grab the Business. EVENTS BOILED DOWN Did ttloj i,h fei i ;u h ' 111' k timid the Hubs thiri] you liav to coax (iirow a few MlC Kfi' If < •'" <! thi', v, I j thrown to tin' i : I" . Otic boll! Ii '.ally cat 1 uiicn, howt- ■ not to their cast bit, and hard oric too, again K' ■ p on things fi't them, bit v the first too I i' what, talk to do Buck's Shot, do with ii ' hi r vhIeh a 1 ' on f' ■ • one'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 4 June 1915

i ^ s« -i <* r -.', v*"" m W ■/' 'M ■ k: r^* ' An ad. , rtisc :> nt It! the . \t .< s I experiment - - <7 is sure tr bring >< suits ft •$ K? I *v if? / /,: pg 16 [y£ fcf Vol. XXXI, No. 52 Katy Officials to Visit Throck- Miscellaneous Shower morton, Woodson and Breckanridge. I'or Mis-' s Fronie May and Ida ( lausell, who had the misfortune to lose all their clothin.. and per- ALBANV, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1915 Producers Make Three Locations. Neat printing of all kinds turned out on short notice by the News' Job Office. Hli TO AMERICAN NOTE Whole Number 1620 EVENTS BOILED DOWN Rain in Shachelford. I. *4i. . ... i •. Rain with some hail mixed in fell over several parts of the Mr. S. W. "" WASHINGTON DISAPPOINTED ,, , i DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN HAPPEN. , , sorial I), longings in the -V|"':in l hl orf■ lanr s li-tania incs served up in at. county last Saturday night. In I' ha- arranged for fin: which destroyed th.-ir home. ' ' N: KobaMy l>,> m a man- armi;d"cruisek'a...

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

v, W;V>i >. '• •A j ■ '■■■'* ' • '■ ■ . .'■ ■■ .-5 WftP 'I IIK \l H \NY NKWS. A a • Parents ••• n'ilU vivo closer at- Fresh, Pure Dmg l ane\ Stationery, Books, • Magazines, and S, N (I I ! 0 <iv. f G. L. GMffii vxc ■: <• • ■ . in 1 / / - F, i R i. A Snalum News. M i Wade Hand was />• t n:s-.r. 1« r.... sg thi-ir y yl s tha.. >.•> , . , .! gue>t of Mrs. ('lampitt one dav /■x t - \ si < .. ■ i , . ^ , last wet k. /N demand as much oi a man as he m,. . t„u„ i ... u j u.-u A Ail.-. .John L\nch and children ^ ' '' did have been visiting her mother, fieri -id lead cleaner 'Mr--. T< >dd for several days. Mrs. N, J. Sherrard who has ! 1 ;.e 51 n ' i|,<: ol' ht'r daughter flj Mr.'. M ■ en; New comb returned H home Monday. U9 •da' ; of our citizens are now ft ,r' •: e.i!.- aiii. 1 'ii:- y !'• • their golden grain raj !' <'h i- N'ovii:, a bountilul; T i g V v/ i x \ / «gue, The 1311- tongue i productive . n . ■ eiv. (;■• loo miic'a coua Vl( w V: ( ) i at ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 4 June 1915

- £ thi; \!i!\\v m:\\s. tu I 0r " ii Two Very Poor Reasons If bo: vi i inadv. Ollt v. • : < r.t ai:. • ;■ ; • . 1 v : "r 1.v,") — ;.v:'c Of what i<3 f 1 , or V - • • ■ ::i •' in;; Powder, v.a. Ich i.; nr do 1'roa of t rt . ! Siui-e :: no Lon.aor ,-ny von for 1; Ck Of kliov/j , ;,in<;u t:.0 -i : 1 i ' ■. c ■ (. : 7 , r. .n ; pcr.v ., :■ ; !ii • it t'^nl,-..; . Ii' t:.o i! on yc ,r t" n c: of the i: ::'t '• u.' , : y . ' •; ...:. . ,*«bt do .t 1 < ' ' i : ; •.i ri y. ; . / to . 0 lo' :• c'ont, t ere is - 1 lit- t ■ ■ v y .■ .-i , the lkthii. ... . k rn. AS> NY; <>:: !«*ft Tuesday Not For Man Only. mornirue for < Ynton, Oklahoma. Women sutl er as much as men do from indigestion and constipa- Sc-e licnfro for Stock salt. ti'!n and require tl e arno scien- tific remedy to kc-• jt the stomach , ,. , , . , . ■ ' ect, the liver active and the <'■ l^ncan had business in , r^u)a). Foll.y Cathartic I Albany Monday. 1 ahlel are wholesome and clean- ii : : d" not u'rip...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 4 June 1915

■ kj r f . -"j." ' -t 'i !> ;."' >f; K'cVJ j*■'• jmkm I IE AI.ilAN 'i NEWS. Th< w| i ff'Icral a'.th rll:n l.nve .'I'-'l to i . ■ , ■. , ., ■ (l 11.I11P to ( ;<•: , , , . .,. : 1 : ^ (,f tJlfl l/MSit.ll. ' nmrl B Aim ■ ■. .t:, . - t M Io ;i 11;, i :i,■.i. the f"i ii■ , . v.- , A| - ' >'• Ifi.i: (Int.n t . r ,„| of > sport .-.IJIK. >iif. ri by • , "fill "I • 0;i[ I M . • , •. . • . ijj.j, to Jia\ • • «•• 4 « • V« !li;i:ii M ■ th" v ' ' ; , " tT't "' h ' it j„. f, : ; •■'■Hlilu; | ,.ir|j. ■1 ■ I til .1 i. ( ' i . i ,, l [ itt 1> ■! !•!•••! it.;; ... f . • I,. • • • A lurjfc itutiii)..t■-,f i, ; r,cn|t ' !•;•■' it: l| ' Oh* fi • . o! i of hk'im lawyer*, nil urging eiecntlve ' ■■ ■ . ■ Tr' "!*••■! ■ I f til" ti :< ;■ , 1 i. 1 ; . I., toil a: ! tin '... j .,< .in ■ ,• ;y A t.<i!;!: < , ;t • • • Ml prop, ft v of ili. I:: 11 , Aih.-i i " " 1 "Hip;!!! . i:, (i« ri.s u,v I.a Imi.'Ii placed under 0< rrnan t uportIstoii According to & report from Berli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 June 1915

*k ■ * ■ # EK adverhstmtnt News is no -a u > to bring rtsnlts mn.Ru Water ■ targe's 1Mb. J. W. George began Sat- prepa ration to turn the water into hia mains. By everything was ready the water turned on. The na broke in a few placet, but were rapidly repaired, all report* those who re- the city water were de- with the resuta. h tapg initastiy. Mr. Buck Myrick o£ Moran i in Albany Tueday in the in- ; of the dairying business. Mr. Myrick keeps several cows .and aella cream. He finds ihe business very profitable. He is alto interested and experiment- Ing in scientific farming. flie special purpose of his vm to Albany was to interest tha< people and the Commission- ers* Court in getting the dairy extention department of the Government to send speakers to Shackelford. These will come free of charge, if requested, and apeak in the interst of the dairy and creamery business. Mr. Myrick would also like to see Shackelford have a farm demon- strator. Certainly we need one if we are to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 June 1915

f"*" . ml 'ih ■, :^-r §mk\ , ■ • m -V Wm: . THE ALBANY NEWS, f • ■ ; *'>■'. r ' ■ '* r IV '"' * I Fresh, Pure Drugs. Fancy Stationery, Books, Magazines, and NOTIONS 6. L GREGG, Druggist THE ALBANY NEWS htutd Evtry Friday Morning. PAUL BAKER. • • • Publish.. - V' { Stt&titiptson fi.oo Ptr Ytar. AOVBRTHUNO RATES. adnrttaMWOta, atnai. IwMVtiona. it Inek. nWw.wl Inamtkma. It 14 Msta pm m lah far aach Inaartlna, Sana radua- Maa will ha a«* a* am la alaa. Losaia a«4 raad- M aaata ar IhM (at atacla laaarttoa. iaairtlaai af laaala and raadara. 1 •aatawH aa tar aaak taaaatim. FRIDAY, JUNE 11,1915. The auto lid is on in Albany. Let your lights shine snd your snmber be seen. So say we, all tf us. Wheat, oats, and the binder. They say the yield is Afte and the aoerage wss never as great. If nothing happens, the harvest iadeed will be great in Shackel- ford. y So far the elements have spar- ed our section of the country. The damaging rains and storms feat have visited other sections have ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 June 1915

. L ' - : THE ALBANY NBWS ITEMIH MBS MATERIAL. HAS ENTERED THE RANK VAULTS OR lis * THE NATION. I r f * i i \ * > r 4 tank a Financial Rower House to the Community. nXwI'DynS By Rotor Radford. Ono of tbe greatest opportunities lb * business U(o of tho nation (tea practical co-operation of tbe coun- try bank* arith tho farmer In building agriculture and tbo adventure la laden With greater poaalbUttles than any forward movement now before the ▲martcan public. A few bankere bar* loaned money [to farmera at a low rata of Intereat, ofttlmea without compensation, to blooded ltveatock, build tiloa, Ha* the land, secure better seed, id their products for a betetr mar- price, etc. The banker In con- ting toward Improving the grade J4t livestock; tbe quality of tbe seed >«ad the fortuity of the soil, plants In the agricultural life of the community * fountain of profit, that, like Tenny- iaon'e brook, runs on end on forever. 'Community Progreaa a Bank Aaaet. The time waa when money loan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 June 1915

EDUCATION ?,<• t If; f I | > round numbers," says a writer for the San An- ) Express, in a recent issne of iptr, "2,500 students ob- mgtructioa yearly within walls of the University of Above 1,000 students go into the state yearly, a par- with a full university course their credit, the remsinder done one, two, or three ^rs'work' in the institution. "This leaven of advanced edu- cation being nuwd and absorbed the sUte each year makes in- ilably for progress. There ittgtr of inbreeding in educa- tien, just as there is danger of in- breeding in people or in cattle. "Suppose, for a moment, a state without higher institutions <?{ learning to carry on ta* work begun in the rotnmon schools. Is mm FOR FIVE S HwJimMj ti Friends 'fhongk Mr. Nqto WenM Die, But One Helped Him to Recovery. Pomeroytoa, Ky.—In Interesting ad- vtcss from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes wsttss as follows i "I was down with stomach trouble lor five (3) years, and would have sick headache so bad, at limes, thai ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 June 1915

W-*. #: IS orth m, Low Coat SeeRettfro J. H. Ballard iriSde a business trip to De Leon Saturday. Fruit Jars at Morris's. If joo aiUd your butoher for * portsrhouss steak and ha handed mo a out of the flank and said* •This doesn't ooat aa ouch and good," yon wouldn't t would you? , Tat tha butcher's statement Is Just aa truthful aa an asssr- tion that Inferior baking pow- Aara aada of aluu or phosphate of Una are aa good aa Royal, vfeioh la uada froa cream of tartar. [ Alua Is a mineral aoid salt, deolarad by aany medical authorl- tiaa unsafe to uae in food. Royal Baking Pomler la as pure and aholaeoae aa tha grapes in tha rlnayard, froa whioh cream of tartar la derived. Tha only raaaon for using such aubstitutaa aa alua and liae phosphates la beoause their cost is lasa to tha aanufaoturer. i S*«* % Richard Dyess was married in McGregor Monday to Miss Hoi- lie Graham. Mr. and Mrs. Dy ess returned to Albany Thurs- day. Sedwick & Cook are showing several patterns in Palm Beach suit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 June 1915

Ww*' WW. -M , in d m : to Mil them to those who : to improv® them and build * on them, on easy term It has been Mid that then «u little chance to boy town prop- erty in Albany, and this erro- S &W * W Mr. • be re hit whole now It W3 annoying 19 a dangerous ask for . Bell's •tart using at get rid of year Cough .-Adv. No. 2. "M 'M " tea iwt.1 etatw atMi—„ fthtaw working 78 per Mat of capacity, a gala of 40 a«r eoat alnce last Janu- ary, aoaordlng to a statement mad* bj tfca prealdent of the corporation. Fif- ty par «*at of this output la far 4a> 1 E&.f i, I a e • ekarle« «. Oxaan. arte murdered aeiilioaalre WlUteia M. Alaxaader | lias Angela* laat December, was ro fused respite fro* the gsUows by tfca ttftMua court ia'jesilon at Baa Wm'-t uv 1 ' .r/ ' ' ■ -* tmr Mm IWiftr W* a Ho Vnv«5 VrfWjj• [er as much as men jestion and consti pa- require the seme cion- to keep the stomach ver active and the Foley Cathartic ilMome ana clean- tor cause nauesa> _ j this is the one that...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 18 June 1915

it An advertisement in the News is no experiment— it is sure to bring results Die innng Mens Neat printing of all kinds turned out on short notice by the News' Job Office. ..K« 1 Vol. XXXII, No.2 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1915 Whole Number 1622 Band May Start Regular Practice. A movement is on foot to start the band again. Mr. Hupp has circulated a subscription list and raised ai>out $20.<H) a month in pledges. It is estimated that about $35.00 per month for run- ning expences is neccessary. It goes without saying that the band music is a disirable diver- sion and should be had by all means. Preaching at Christian Church Rev. J. S. Stockard of Cisco; will fill his regular appointment at the Christian Church next Sunday, preaching at the morn-1 ing and evening services. May Build Parsonage. Rev. J. M. Parker who was recently called to the Baptist church of Albany has accepted the pastorate. He expects to move his family here from Cross Plains soon. The Baptist people are ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 18 June 1915

r,r THE ALBANY NEWS. ««<«««■ Fresh, Pure Fancy Stationery, Books, Magazines, and NOTIONS G. L. GREGG, Druggist Notice—Sheriff s Sale. The State of Texas, Co. of Shackelford. By virtue of an Order of Sale, issued out of the Honorable Dis- trict Court of Shackelford Coun- ty, on 20:.h, day of April A. D. 1915, by the Clerk thereof, in the case of C. Q. Hassard versus Libby Warwick No. 631, and to Snaluni News. a ^ J ! me, as Sheriff, directed and de- liverd, I will proceed to sell for (jon has ^en cuj an(] jg now Mrs. Sherman Bailiew is still quite seriously ill. The Litary program attracted quite a nicer Croud Saturday eve- ning and is doing much in draw- ing the people together socially. It is our desire to see other communities organize soon as we concider it a factor for good to any community. Most all the grain in this sec- ^ y • nun uaa UCCII IUI auu 13 IIUW 5 £ 1 cash, within the hours prescrib- rea(]y for the threshers to begin ed by law for Sheriff's Sales, on : the First ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 18 June 1915

I NewFable of the Lonesome Camp on the Frozen Heights By GEORGE ADE Copyright by th« McClnru 5i« w pi p«tr ,s> ndirntrt Klam whs the Main Whlzzer In a huddle of Qiippji Amies. bounded on the North by a gleaming Cemetery, on the East by a limping SubdlvlHlon, on the South by a deserted Creamery, and on the Went by an expanse of Stubble. Claudlne was the other two-thirds of the Specialty. 8he was it snappy little Trick, and It was a dull hour of the I lay or Night when she couldn't frame up a new General Order for the Breadwinner. The Marriage came off during the fhird summer of her twenty-seventh year. She accepted Elam about a week before he proposed to her, thus sim- plifying: the Ordeal. While the Wafer on the License was ■till warm, she put on her spangled Suit, moved to the center of the Ring, and cracked the Whip. After that Klam continued to be n Hellion around the Office, but In his private Quarters he was merely Otto, the Trained Seal. C'laudlne could make him bark, play ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 18 June 1915

P «, t iflkv ** .W."; ' „ ft '■ *' - fe:?.:' H 0. ^pCTafllwpjB _ *Wmw*!'&w ■ THE ALBANY NEWS. -MS I/lM m r )• (-• r / THUMBNAIL SKETCHES OF 15 MANAGERS PLAYER IS ECCENTRIC ■ El exMarniaanr, oifoura urrr CAIW'iAX, p/;/> .iax & "•TMJJKAl MM?/.-, Rube Waddeil Had Nothing on Southpaw Pitcher Evans. The one striking Improvement In hue ball In recent years Is the selei;- tlon of higher-class, brainier and mora atudlous men as manager*. A brief itudy of the ma:iager may Clve some line on what their team* will be, for the team In every In •tance la a reflection of the personal- ity of Its leader: George Mailing*. Graven—Dig. 1 n - presalve and thoughtful. Thoclo*e*t student of baseball Iti the game. Fair ■with hii men off the Held, a slave driver on It. Patrick Morau, Phillies Quiet, •anient, thoughtful follow. A trifle •any-going and untried hh ii dinciplin •rian. Roger Hresnahan, Cubs—Metiraw school of managers. Great Judge of pitchers. Fights for everything Well liked by some ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 18 June 1915

THE ALBANY NEWS. Do You Read Labels? Domestic science teachers and food authorities are urging the housewife to carefully read the labels on all food articles. The National Pure Food Lav compels food manufacturers to print the ingredients of their produots on the label, and in this vay enables consumers to distin- guish healthful foods from those phich may be deleterious. High-grade baking powders ara made of pure cream of tartar, derived from grapes. Royal Bak- ing Powder is a typo of the highest! grade. It is healthful beyond a doubt and the safest and best to use. The lov-grade baking povders are made from alum, a mineral acid salt. Most physicians condemn their use in food. Consumers oan learn the ohar- aoter of the baking povder by referring to the label, which ■ust state whether the oontenta Include cream of tartar, alum or phosphate. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.; New York v 1 If a man has the right kind of stuff in him, it does not matter whether he was born with a silver spoon or...

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