The Albany News (Albany, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 19, Ed. 1 Friday, October 12, 1917 Page: 2 of 6
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Our New Fall Goods
Visit our store and let us show you our stock of new goods. Complete
line of all staple dry goods, and all the latest novelties of the season.
Ladies see our new dress goods. Yours to please in price and quality
in this department. Have you seen our new stock of shoes? We are long
on everything in shoes—dress shoes, children's school shoes, etc.
Did you say clothing? Yes, we are full up in this department. Say,
young man, middle aged or old, let us take your measure for a nobby suit.
All the latest fabrics in this line, a fit and price and quality guaranteed.
Sedwick & Cook
ALBANY AND BRECKBNRIDGE
1 HI" \l BANY NFWS '',ur'osonan^ Washington coun-
ties as is now affecting some
MWl'KD KVF.RY FRIDAY MoKNINO COUnti<swest of us. Some Will
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"SEE "M ""I"* that are
Richard H. McCarty, Ed. and Publisher no doubt dispute this, but if am
these counties from IHoli to tin
will know that it is true. We
Sl'BSi'KiPTION $1.50 Pkr Ykak lived in Washington county at
ai v khtkinc katef the t.nie anil traveled over the
others at different times during
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ALBANY, - TEXAS
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and it is
tht > ears mentioned
not Iv-arsay with us.
- >ns will come again, and again rnany who are insincere flatterers
FRIDAY, OCT. 12. 1! 17. J West Texas will blossom as a and who flatter lor the purpose.
■ rose. Callahan county is hard '^u' taken as a whole the human
T^ drouth in some counties in ()jl Ujt mf conditjon ls so much race is all right and just about
as good as you are.
The tendency, perhaps, is to
become itessimistic to believe
that nobody is "on the square."
We read where a public official
has gone wrong, or where a
"prominent citizen" has been
"found out," and we aro prone
West Texas is no doubt the worst , ,, _
better than in some counties
in history, but the oountrv nil! , , ,-, .
west of us that we ought to In-
come back. it always does, mor, thankful than we are.
but the worst of it is that rnany Uaird Star.
of the |ioor people who lo-.it prac
tiddly everything they had will Don't Lose Your Faith
not recover their losses. We1 Don't lose your faith in your
have liven) in this part of T -xas fellowmar. He is all right He
for nearly sixty years. 17 years ' mav deceive you at times you tu attribute such unfaithfulness
continuously, and we have snn' nut be "goldbricked" now and t„ a|| mankind. The trutii is
Immigration come anil go many then but there are more gixid sueh instances are so rar<* they
times. Our experience la that it people in the world than had ur,. conspicuous. We do not
does not pay to run from drouths ones. Everybody isn't trying read of the millions of faithful
unless necessity cornels it. We to rob you. There is a lot of de- pron?inent cilii,t.n8 antl of lhe
have seen as great drouths in ceit and duplicity in the world. manv conscientious
Tarmnt. Johnson, Kllis, Mill. There are a lot of people trying |jcers
Bell. Williamson, Travis, Palls, to live by their wits. There arc
PROCTOR K, CLARKE
Geodetic and Topographic Surveyor
Specialize on the conditions and
requirements in Western Texas
balance and find that life is al-
together worth the living despite
the weaknesses of the few.—
great civilization been won.
When you get out of the beaten
path, you stand alone and some-
times a fellow gets awful dog-
gone lonesome and shaky try-
ing to jar the opposition aloose.
This is no new dream with us.
No, we have been tireaming
about it for years, and some
day it is going to come true.
Down there in the fertile valleys
i of Hubbard creek the soil is as
I rich as there is in the world.
! Yes,imbedded in this soil art? the
| mineral properties that will give
the peach the pink blush and put
the juice in the grape and all
that it needs is moisture-dam
To the Public in General:
If you want a first class Meat Market in Albany, patron-
ire it, , We keep everything that is kept in a first class
market, and comply with all sanitary laws in handling it.
We invite the public any time to inspect our market. If
He don't plea* you, tell us. we will MAKE IT RIGHT.
PATRONIZE THE MARKET. Yours to please.
That Irrigation Difch
Doggone, look at that irri-
gation ditch, and look at those
truck patches folks, it will be a
reality some of these days. Now
watci) the old doubters shake
their heads. Albany News.
Stay with them, Hrother Mi -
Cartv. That irrigation ditch can
ea-niy be ma le reality. Thoat
truck patche* can If brought in-
to exist- >c\ (Jrit, get-up and
gumi tkin wil b-ing these things
to pass L ">k at IJ'ah. Diok at
Coloi'au l« >k at New Mexico.
Lion at California. See what
i irrigat. jn ditches are doing for
those commonwealths. Why
should we u r ■ in Texas f >!d our
arm- and s all this surface
wati r run down to the sea?
Why shouldn't we put pumps to
worK on the underground sea?
| Keep up the lick. Brother Mc-
... u..i Carty, and old Shackalford will
i the pa|*erf. nut the newspajn r
L.. . . . . J presently be boasting an irri-
igation ditch to challenge the at-
tention of the entire State.
Waco Times Herald.
The newspaper people know
• more about crime ar.d duplicity
than anybody else. They see
|the seamy side of life when oth-
ers are not thinking of it. They
[ handle the news day after day,
' and are aware of the fact that
1 there are a great many stories
'of misdoing that do not get into
We are going to keep on talk
ing about that park oa? inure on
court house sguare unlil the
thing really happ m T.ungs in
this world do n > happen ijy ac-
cident; first it is an idea and
then some one keeps chasing
that idea, and directly it hap-
koii an up-to-date
Shampoo or Masiaf
(jo to the Tonaoriiil Parlor
WILSON & BIG8S
Hot and Cold Bath.
Waco Steam Laundry
Do you see that ditch trailing
around the foot of the lulls west
o town! And then d > you see
those laterals sprangling out
■ rom th'* nia!n ditch, running
out down over th < valleys carry-
ing the life giving fluids?
do you see that waving
and the clover all in bloom,
at that trellised honeyi
and the grape vines, look
that corn and cotton and
truck patches and greer
But, Oh, look at those vinei
cottages and flower
down there in the valley* 4j
Hubbard Creek. Kolks, thill
the result of irrigation, and
day. God bless your soul, it
going to happen.
Congress has adjourned,
thus one of the most n<
se sions in the history of
nation has ended.
Subscribe for The News.
people do not become pessimists','
they do not become "sour" ujion
the world; they do not become
cynical. If they do they are
useless in the newspai>er office.
They know that there is more
of good in the world than there
Well, brother Robinson, we
are just going to keep tooting
our horn until the cows come ■
home. Progress is an up-hill.
is of evil —and they strike a job, and inch by inch has this
>^ >>^ j
GREGG & HARRISON
, Cigars, Tobacco,
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McCarty, Richard H. The Albany News (Albany, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 19, Ed. 1 Friday, October 12, 1917, newspaper, October 12, 1917; Albany, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth393701/m1/2/: accessed June 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Old Jail Art Center.