The Albany News (Albany, Tex.), Vol. 43, No. 43, Ed. 1 Friday, July 22, 1927 Page: 4 of 8
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VOLUME XL1II—NO. 41
JULY TWENTY-SECOND, NINETEEN HUNDRED TWENTY-SEVEN
The Albany News Family In Town
(L<t't out through mistake last w-<k)
John Sh«-lton was clown from Fort Griffin Saturday.
Mr. ami Mrs. J. C. Irwin were from Fort Griffin Saturday, doing bus-
iness with our merchants.
Charley Martin was on our !-tr«<ts Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs.'W. F. Tucker w< r<- in the city of Albany Saturday.
D. C. Anderson was doing business in the city this week.
Dave Huber in town Saturday doing business with our merchants.
Mr. and Mrs|:J. J. Lantroop were in from Newcomb Saturday.
Jim Bradley'Was doing business in tne city this week.
W. T. Powe rsjjwas in from the ranch Saturday.
Mr. and M rs. Kiney Simpson Wf-re.shopping in the city Saturday.
R. H. Hash was in from the Newcomb community Saturday.
D. G. Humber was on our streets Saturday.
Guy Harris was on our streets Saturday.
J. R. Webb was in from the ranch Saturday. J. R. is busy breaking his
farm land, with a view of sowing a grain crop this fail.
S. 0. Ledbetter was down from Fort Griffin this past week.
Brother J. L. Hooker met us one day this week and handede us a couple
of dollars for the old home pap< r. Thanks, Brother Hooker.
H. S. Hooker called at the News office the past week and informed us
that Mrs. Hooker was visiting down at Carbon. Of course anyone could tell
that Mrs. Hooker was gone, as H. S. !ook<d kinder hungry and dilapidated.
You know when Mother is gone, these old married men moie or 1> .-s go
wild and fast.
K. B. Green w; > in from Newcomb Saturday.
H. 1. Rog< rs was doing business in the i ty Saturday.
John Surratt was on our sin «! on< day •::!« v,'« • i;.
Fir! Irwin was in tov>;i Saturday.
Frank Small-y did business in th<- city Saturday.
Mack Best was doing busineu in the < ty this week. Mr, and Mrs. Best
have r- u ntlv ,ov. <i. Mack ' i .1 ,.i- v . • .
he lives on the other side of Hubbard River.
H< nry Balliew was doing business in the c ity Saturday.
W. E. Autry was in town Saturday. W. E. has recently returned from
the Stamford hospital. H" says that his h<<Jth is much b-tter aft'-r treatment
up there at the hospital.
J. N. Davis was on our streets one day this week.
E. E. Grothe did Ljsiness in the city this week.
!'. S. Fincher was doing business with our merchants Saturday,
lid Martin was making the rounds in the.city Saturday.
Glen Taylor was shopping in the c ity Saturday. '
Howard Jenkins did business in town Saturday.
Chas. Tyson was down from the McLemore ranch Saturday.
Parker Vickers was clown from Lueders Saturday. Parker says that it is
a little dry out his way; needing rain.
Mrs. Aug Hendricks was shopping in the city Saturday.
Chas. Schkade was on our streets one clay this week.
Ka.-sie Martin did business in town Saturday.
Roy Rodriguez was in from the ranch Saturday.
Oswald Bernstein was doing business with our merchants one day this
Mrs. J. S. Elliott «as shopping in the city Saturday.
George N wcorrib was in town Saturday.
•THE HEN THE SOW A NO THE COW"
In 1K73, the first living aerial passengers went aloft in a balloon. They
were a sheep, a rooster and a duck.
■ THE HEN THE tow AND THE COW"
French postal authorities established a system of autograph telegrams,
i the signature of the sender being reproduced at the end of the mesage.
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McCarty, Richard H. The Albany News (Albany, Tex.), Vol. 43, No. 43, Ed. 1 Friday, July 22, 1927, newspaper, July 22, 1927; Albany, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth402514/m1/4/: accessed December 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Old Jail Art Center.