The Albany News (Albany, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 33, Ed. 1 Friday, January 24, 1913 Page: 2 of 8
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We have purchased the W. L. Nelson &
Co. stock of goods, and will keep on
hand at all times a complete line
5100.000,000 ROCKEFELLER FOUN-
Tlic articles of incorporation [
'>r the Rockefeller Foundation of
Harness and Under=
takers' Goods, l;tc.
Tone- patronage v/iH he appreciated.
KING BROS. & CO. )
wi q wwssmw «§£
the Pnion in I SOU and tin al oli-
tion of their parliament, and are
in am w:iy familiar with the con-
ditions in that down trodden coun-
try, tnu.-t be it. sympathy with $1(10,0110, (MM) passed the Hou*ej
their joy in the sight of an era Monday, rhe Rockefeller Foun-1
that will brim: better times for dation has been contemplated for!
th.-ir loved Ireland. sometime, and declares its "ob- j
jects to he to promote the well
beiny and to advance the < i\ ili
zation of the people of the United :
States and its territories and of
foreign lands in the dissemina-
tion of knowled.ee,in the preven-
t" ii i'f an : i ■ lif!' of sull'oritig.
till: ALBANY NDVS
:'AUL BAKER, • -
per-0!: • ■ I
qualities; charity and personal
force are the only inv< stnieM •
Publisher. ' Walt Whitman.
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tif " $!.(><) /'t r ) i<
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per int t ' I 'tufcnt lit ' u'ii
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nr. .-.ill 1m I ,,M
iir«l «>!' a p.i'v
"When'er a noble deed i
When'er i.- spoken a noble
<)ur Ii arts in j>.'lad surprise,
To higher levi ! rise."
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Subterranean rumblings ar<
i causing considerable excitement
in Albany just now. Prospects
u| lubrication has already had
the elfect of increasing the ease
"K; ('a\- ot grace ate lew. wi(^ which tlit: wliocls of prog-
' ^<n" I'"" tax' res.- run and natural gas ha.-
m: ie impending debris vbihle
Work, truth and good fellow- that sign> oi' new life are al
hip. All essential qualities lor ready in evidence.
general situation has im-
; roved notably.'' Pre ident Ma-
depi mi the New York Sun.
'I ,«• followingparagraphs from
the Mexican lb raid seem contra•
1 i11 i ry i:. view ol the above
ta'.enn nt from the Mexican
At the end of 19 PJ Mexico
ha:- lis many or more soldiers in
the Held fighting various Kinds
of rebel , as at any time during
the past two years of continuous
"Tl.e ar.'tivit . of wealth-pro-
ducing industries has been seri-
The country i- rapidly con-
sumin."1 the accumulated surplus
of prosperous years.
"Disappointment at the con-
duet of congress and the work ;t
has accomplished, is not con-
"In no one of the three princi-
ple trouble centers, Chihuahua
and Sonera, Coahuila and Duran-
go, or Mexico and Morelos has
t > v
means of an % and all the ele-
ments of human progress." All
the income of the SlOO.HOO.OOO, i
which is OOIi.Odii, must be dis-
bursed annually. Certainly the
philanthrophy which prompts the
giving of so large a sum for the
good of humanity deserves men-!
t ion and praise. Let us attrib- i
UP' to Mr Rockefeller the high-
est and purest of motives, for
the good that must accrue to the
human race by the wise expendi-
ture of this large sum will be
manifold. This is truly an age
of great charities, but still only a
magnanimous character could re-
spond to its impulses in the way
that Rockefeller has.
$10,000.00 m GOLD
is offered the farmers of
Texas in prizes. Why can
not Shackelford County
capture one or more of
Mr. Farmer, if you need
any help in striving after
these prizes, remember
The Albany National
active rebellion been stamped
out, while in many districts it is
worse today than it ha ever
If you want a good town and a
ood business, get with your
neighbor and get busy.
It will take a poll tax receipt
!o vote in the constitutional elec-
: on which mav be held in Jul v.
Are you interested in the de-
\elopment of our town? Then
■'member the commercial league.
"No tilth no tlies and no dis-
case" is the slogan of the "Med-
van for 19P:
Admirers of Ex-Cov. Campbell
who visit the state capitol build-
ing in the future will have the
pleasure of beholding his counte-
nance in the rotunda of fame
under the big dome. (!ov. Col-
quitt would not permit the oil
painting of Gov. Campbell to
cost over $300.00, the amount
paid for a painting of Gov. Pan-
ham. If future governors are
sticklers for precedent, it is
likely that no artist can earn
more than $300.00 by painting
Texas governor's portraits in the [
Governor Colquitt undoubtedly
is a pains-taking, conscientious
man, and as governor of a great
state has shown that lie has the
social, financial, and economic
interest of the people at heart;
but there seems somehow a lack
of vision that prompts an atti-
tude of compromise in a matter
of such vital economic value as
the conservation of child mind.
Compulsory education for "idle
children" is but a sorry patch on
a thread-bare garment, when the
Legislature Short on Lawyers.
Ft. Worth,Tex.,Jan. lil There
aae fewer lawyers in the Texas
Legislature than ever before in
the history of that body, accord-
ing to a roster of the members
of State Officials Members of the
i Legislature and Members of Con- j
gross just issued by a conimer-1
cial organization in this city. A
striking feature of the Legisla-
ture of Texas heretofore has
been the large number of law-
yers in both Houses. This ses-
sion, however, there will be
scarcely enough lawyers to give
the neeisary legal advice in
framing the statutes that will be
will esteem it a pleasure
to aid you in every way
Let it be our slo-
girls of the county
overlook the oppor-
: hould not
i mity to win one of the Indus-
trial Congress' prizes for IMP!.
It is all right to be democratic
and informal, but we hope Mr.
Nilzer as governor of New York
v ill be put to the inconvenience
i ' combing his hair.
Already the parcels post has
been tried with articles ranging
rom possum hides to babies. It
i-i evident that qualifications for
Postmaster in the future will in-
clude endless patience and lone
I'Vering, a sense of humor, and
■ ood smelling apparatus.
Hon. R. P>. Humphreys of
Throckmorton has introduced a
resolution into the Legislature
calling for a constitutional con-
vention. Anew slate const itu- j
tion seems to be the demand of j
the "progressives" in the Legis-
lature. It is likely, too, that
there will be much support for
the progressive movement when
it comes to a vote on this resolu-
tion. There is much complaint
found against the present con-
stitution, in which it is charged
that its restrictions limit the
progress and development of the 1
state. "New wine in old bot-
tles" seems to apply to its in-
elast icit v.
Lieut. Gov. Will H. Mayes ot
I row nwood has the satisfaction,
i erived from his town, Brown-
o !, having won the $.">00 pri;..
in the "Holland's cleanest town
nitest. " As editor of the Ban
i cr-Bull' tin. Mi Mayes* watch
ord has long been "Keep the
I'lio Irish are happy in the vic-
tory of Home Rule in the House
of Commons. That the bill will
be killed in the House of Lords is
a fact fully realized by even the
Irish leader them >e|ve . but they
know that time will bring them
victory, and they are w illing to
w ait. Any liber; v-loving people
who have followed the tenacious
struggle of the sons of Krin since
When You Think of Drugs
Think of Us
store to have many
It is ;t!w tys Mattering to
regular customers. People
must ha\ e confidence.
A large percentage of our business comes
regular customers who trade here year in aru
out, I'hev know our methods ar<■ right an
will always he treated as we would like to be
we the buyer instead of the seller. Why not
litis your regular trading place for drugs and
When You Think of Drugs Think of Us.
J. B. GEORGE
CHURCH DIRECTORY LODGE DIRECTORY
Matthews Mkmorial I'uhshv- Knights of Pythias Lodge
TtatiAN Church. meets every second and fourth
Divine worship Sunday 11 a. Thursdays at 8 p. m. at Castle
m. and 7::50 p. m. Sunday Hall, corner of Main and North
School 9:15 a. m. Junior Chris- First Street. All visiting Knights
tian End. 4:00p.m. Christian En-:cordially invited.
deavor (>:.">() p. in. Ladies' Mis-
sionarv Society, 1st and 3rdTues- Albany Coucil No. 108, meets !
days at 4 p. m. Presbyterian Saturdays on or before full moon
Workers 2nd and 1th Tuesdays, i' <wh month.
4 j). m. Prayer meeting, Wed- W'. L. Morris, T. I. M.
nesday 7:,'50 p. m. Choir prac-
tice, Saturday 7:30 p. m. Session
I meeting. First Friday at I! p.
I m. This church extends to all a
cordial invitation and welcome
I to all its services.
L. B. Gray, Pastor.
,T. S. Coghill, Sec.
Albany Lodge No. 482 A.
A. M. meets Friday evening*
or before full moon in each"
month. M. C. Graham, W.M.
Jno. S. Coghill, Sec.
Albany No. 640, I. O.
meets Monday nights.
S. C. Coffee, N. G.
C. A. Wilson, Sec.
('. B. Gardner Council No. 510
Everybody cordially invited.
For the best of everything
he does not handle the "just as
good." hut sells the real article.
Exclusive selling agent for Chase &
Sanborn's Tea and Coffee.
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state is needy of a whole gar-
ment and one of better material
than the old.
It is the right of everv child to
have a reasonable portion of each
year in which to acquire such
knowledgt as is needed for life
equipment. It is the duty of
every parent to the child as :,n
individual, to satisfy this right.
It is. furthermore, the duty of
every parent a citizen to be in
this measure responsible to the
stale for hit) child as a citizen.
The state is pledged to ; roinote
the happiness and welfare of the
people. Kocogni/ing this dut\,
mom > is provided through gen-
eral taxation for the education of
the children of the state. The
duty is further incumbent on the
government to see that the youth,
as the future citizenship of the
country, has the advantage of
this provision. If the parent is
unwilling, he should Ik >.■.'in-
polled: if he i - unable , h !u>uld
If you cannot go to Europe or
Pah'stine, this year, hear Kev.
Mr. Pender tell about hi> iour-
ne\ s over thei e.
Beating Swords Into Plowshares.
< 'ommercial Secretaries.
Beatingswords into plowshares
will become literally true in Tex-,
as if the transfer of Fort Brown
from the War Department to the I
Agricultural Department of the
Federal government, is made.
According to the plans of Con-
gressman Garner, the Fort is to
be turned into a demonstration
farm to show the world the pos-
sibilities of the soil of that sec-j
A regiment of demonstration'
farmers invading the winter gar-
dens nt the Brownsville country I
is far more profitable than an;
army of soldiers patrolling our
To sutler from skin diseases)
(Itch, Eczema, Ringworm, etc. I j
when one oOc box of "Hunt's
( 'ure" i positi vely guaranteed to j
curt in your money promptly re
funded. Every retail druggist
in the state stands behind this
guarantee. Ask your druggist
and see the testimony with each
1h>x. You don't risk anything in i
giving it a trial. Adv. i
M. K. Church South.
Sunday School at 10a.m. every
Sunday. J. T. Lowery, Supt.
Preaching each Sunday at 11
a. m and 7:45 p. m.
Junior League at 3:30 p. m.
Senior league at 4:30 p. m.
Prayermeeting every Wednes-
W. M. S. each Tuesday at 3
Everybody cordially invited to
all our services.
(). Pierce Clark, Pastor.
Sunday School 9:30a. m. Eve*
niiiK prayer and sermon every
third Sunday at 7:30 p. m.
at Cumberland Presbyterian
church. Everybody cordially in-
vited to these services.
Cecil A. Seaman. Rector.
W. (). W. Circle meets 2nd and
1th Thursdaysof each month at 3
o'clock p. m.
Miss Lora Williams, Guardian.
Miss Margaret Howsley, Clerk.
Albany Chapter No. 168, R. A.
M., meets Saturdays on or be-
fore full moon in each month.
W. L. Morris, M.E.H.I
J. S. Coghill, Sec.
R. O. 0. F. 409 meets every
2nd and 4th Tuesday nights.
All visiting Rebecas invited to
attend. Mrs. R. S. Murrie.N.G.
Miss Mattie Hetich.Sec.
Albany No. 158, W. O. W.
meets 1st Saturday and 3rd Tues-
day nights. W. M. Biggs, C. C.
P. 11. Williams, Clerk.
Calomel is Bad
But Simmons' Liver Purifier is
I delightfully pleasant and its ac-
li ,i i i.i < I .L / '.v« i> t !t ... i i.>rt
Sunday School 9:-l5 a. m. Ju-1 tion is thorough.
inoi < In 1st ian Lndeavor d p. m. yields, biliousne.'s goes. A trial
leaching once each month. An convinces. (In yellow tin boxes
invitation is extended to all to only.) Tried once, used always.
earn. Pastor. Advertisement.
attend. Win. P
Buy Tour Drugs
I School supplie
AND OTHER THINGS AT Gregg's
Sunday School at 10 a. m.
B. Y. P. U. at I p. m.
Prayermeeting each Thursday
evening at 8:30. i
Preaching every- second and Praetorians, meets 1st and 3rd, 1
fourth Sundays and on Saturday , Friday nights
night before. ' '' l. E. Houston, S. A.
Margaret Howsley, Recorder.
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The Albany News (Albany, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 33, Ed. 1 Friday, January 24, 1913, newspaper, January 24, 1913; Albany, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth393999/m1/2/: accessed September 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Old Jail Art Center.