The Albany News (Albany, Tex.), Vol. 36, No. 18, Ed. 1 Friday, October 17, 1919 Page: 3 of 10
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ON THE CORNER
Where you will always find a welcome.
Where the same attention is given the small depositor as the large.
Where every facility is found to take care of your wants.
Where Will You Do your Business?
STRONG; SAFE; CONSERVATIVE.
The Albany National Bank
msasmmn m&fSMBB <
I "ears ago Lord Ma-
becied the downfall
in Republic. This
i laid: "Your Consti-
Irail and no anchor."
! hit prophecies:
'will come when in the
F Naw York a multitude
of people, none of whom has had
more than half a breakfast, or
expects ti> have more than half
a dinner, will chouse a legisla-
ture. Is it possible to doubt
what sort of a legislature will be
chosen? .On one side is a states-
man preaching patience, respect
for veste 1 right, stric ol serv-
anc ■ of public faith. On the otl -
> r is a demagogue ranting about
the t\! ariri\ of capitalists and
u-uivr and asking why any-
b id, si M h" permitted to drink
champagne and to ride in a car-
riage, while thousands of honest
folks are in want of mcessaries.
Which "' !■•• two candidal - is
\) 18 cents
I MV MM irarj.
) Wgar*rr«i or
l^iAMi-1-.S .ire in n class bv themselves—eisily the
V^- most rclreshing, the most likable cigarette you
ever smoked. You can prove that! Simply compare
Camels pufl-by-puff with anv cigarette i'i the world at
any price I Put quality, tiavor and c garotte satis-
faction to the utmost test!
Made to meet your taste, Camels reve< tire it. no matter how
lib. laliy you .smoke them I The expert olend of choice Turkish
and choM.c lioiuestic tobaccos makes Camels delightful—so full-
bodied, yet so fascinatingly smooth and mellow-mild. Every
inn,. yOU l^ht one you get oew and keener enjoyment I
Freedom from any unpleasant cisar«tty after taste or any
unpleasant agaretty odor makes Uuiels as unusual as tbey are
enjoy a bit-.
In fact, Camels appeal to the most fastidious smoker in so
many new ways you never will miss the absence of coupous.
premiums or gilts. You'll prefer C&utet Qutihfy I
likely to be pref-rre I by a v.ork-
I ing man who hears his cluMn
lory for more bread ' I seriously
'apprehend that u will, in sotn«
sueh season of adversity as I have
'described, do things which will
I prevent prosperity from return-
ing. that you will act like people
who should in a year of seareity
devour all the seed corn, and
thus make the next year not of
scarcity, but of ih olute f in tie.
There will be. I fear, sp la! i ■ n.
The spoliation will increased
tr te- I'he distress will i>r<•• 1 .
fresh spoil t'i >n. There is noth-
ing to stop vo l \ .fir (' instil i-
tion is all sail and no anch «r
Thanksgiving "ie Sr mi ' 1
Let's observe '!'! •'
I ay all over the rural f ith this
vear. We 1 r i . h to
SOIlls g (MM | ' I
community lit t ■ t •
together on T ; v
for a "Ilarvt ill ce\ >ra
tion. In the morning, a -■ >ng
ami prayer service might be held
at the local school house, togeth-
er with a Thanksgiving sermon
or talk, if practicable Then why
not have a picnic dinner followed
by discussions of plans for com-
munity progress and develop-
Of course, the >chool building
should be decorated with flowers
and farm products; and especial
attention should be given to mu-
It is true that it is some time
till Thanksgiving Pay, but it is
none too early to begin making
plans for such a celebration
wherever one is to be held. If
wf> wait till th«* minute, noth-
ing will be done. Moreover, if
> ach person waits for somebody
else to move, nothing will he
d >i.e Somebody must act, why
not you" Kxchange.
The Government Hopper
According to Associated Press
dispatches, an increase of .SI 1~>,-
1.1mki in internal revenue col-
lections this \ ear over last year
is reported b.\ Commissioner Ho-
I r. The i i i| f,,r the year end-
ed lune in was Sd.SSO.OVi.i'ilKi.
l-ico'iie and excess profit tax col-
' ' . d ->li,o'.t i,(Nl,S Too, ;i
decri ise of $2 Io.tll0.200 over
These taxes may be paid in
'i ■ tallm -nts, with the
ia t tv\ ' pa\ :n.Tits falling la.' in
t1 e fiscal ' ■ ir l''J i. The two
r ■ pav merits will amount
t at ' 1 iximately *2,ooii.noo.tioo.
which will bring the total amount
to approximately $-1.707,000,000,
the original estimate of receipts
from these sources.
The revenue in 1010 from dis-
tilled spirits was $305,211,200, an
increase of $ 17,<557,500 over 1018.
Taxes in 1010 on fermented liq-
uors amounted to $8,410,255.44.'
Taxes on tobacco amounted to'
$'Jim;,0o:>.o;mi in 1010, an increase
of *40,M I. KMi.
It is essential that you read
the News to know the news.
KILL THE BLUE BUGS
and all blood-sucking insects by
feeding Martin's Wonderful Blue
Bug killer t< vourchicken*. Mar-
tin's 1; iup Cure cures roup and
prevents bowel trouble. Martin's
V. i v. Killer heals wounds
a I keeps oil'i!i. s. "> oz bottle35c.
Martin-. Stock I hp for insects and
d .n ding Martin means your
mone) back if not absolutely ast*
I. \ k I Carter king. lOt
NEW CHANDLER SIX
FOR SALE AT
THE CITY GARAGE
MOST BEAUTIFUL BIG-CAR OFFERING
OF THE SEASON
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McCarty, Richard H. The Albany News (Albany, Tex.), Vol. 36, No. 18, Ed. 1 Friday, October 17, 1919, newspaper, October 17, 1919; Albany, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth393939/m1/3/: accessed December 12, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Old Jail Art Center.