The Albany News. (Albany, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 42, Ed. 1 Friday, March 6, 1908 Page: 1 of 12
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RICHARD H McCARTY, Editor and Prop.
Vol. XXIV, No. 42
ALBANY, Shackelford County, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 6,1908.
St.50 Per Year in Advance.
Whole Number 1244
One Thousand Families to be Settled In this County in 1908
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Attorney at Law
L. H. HILL,
WEBB & HILL—
The Oldest I^eal Estate Firm in Northwest Texas.
Albany, Shackelford Countv, Texas.
Ibil acres, t hree miles east of Albany, good now house with ,
lliVee i'1 >oin v:(<»'"l "eve-rlastiug tank, Has oyer 100 acres tine
laud. balance line grass land, on Albany an-1 >! > reck in rid ge-
road, has about 40 acres grubbed roadv tor pit> \v—a rare bargain.
. :;lM acres ofTand three miles tiort-11 of Albany, good 4-roota
house, good barn, hits, and <*istem', two good tanks, ."»() acres
in cultivation, 100 acres'fenced off for farm, 250 tine 1 >la«*k
ho^wallow laud, the balance tine grass land. A choice piece
of property in sight of town, can he had at a bargain on easy
lt!i) acres '.\\ miles east of Albany on the Albany and Breck-
inridge road, !<ood new dwelling of 4 rooms, good barn, two
tine tanks of everlasting water, 40 acres in cultivation, three-
fourths fine farming land, balance fine grass land, on^and
one-half mile from good school; a choice hojne for some one
on easy terms and for a bargain.
100 acres iA miles east of Albany, good new 4-room, house
with galleries, all fenced and cross fenced, 130 acres good farm
land, v"> acres in cultivation, balance fine grass land, smoke-
house and barn, 1A miles from good school. Can be had at
reasonable prices and easy terms.
930 acres one and one-half miles east from Albany on the
lower Albany and Breckinridge road, about 700 acres good
agricultural land, balance good grass land, about 300 acres in
cultivation, 1 sets of houses, 3 just built this year, watered by
creek and everlasting tanks, fronts. 1 1-2 mile on public road.
One of the be>st investments to be had, can be bought on easy
terms and low price.
320 acres of land, all fenced, otherwise unimproved, on Foyle
Creek, about !» miles north of Albany on the Albany and
Throckmorton road, creeks run through the tract, everlasting
water, 250 acres good farm land, balance the best of grass-
land; an extra fine tract for stock farm, can be had cheap and
on easy terms.
320 acres of land, comes across Foyle Creek, 35 acres in cul-
tivation, all fenced, good creek and tank water, fronts on two
sides on the Albany and Throckmorton road, over 200 acres
fine farming land, balance choice grass land, in good settle-
ment, can be bought at a low price and on easy terms—a tine
home for some one.
320 acres of land 12 miles from Albany on Albany and
Throckmorton road, all good smooth land, 200 acres in tine
state of cultivation^ balance in pasture, good 4-room house,
one mile from school. Land worth $30 per acre, can be had
for less, on easy terms if bought at once ; a choice place for
any country. Can't be beat, to see this property is to buy it.
115 acres of land at forks of Albany and Breckinridge and
Crystal Falls road, 0 miles N. E. from Albany, has good new
4-room house, small barn, all good land, small tank, good iron
cistern, 20 acres in cultivation, every foot can be put in culti-
vation, one of the lnost desirable places on the market, can be
had at a great bargain on easy terms—a fine investment in the
heart of some of the finest land in the county.
i n and lot
' miles S. !•:. from Albany, t»0 acres in cultivation,
•good new 4-room: house with two galleries,-' good
. watered by Indian Creek and tank, about "50
acres ci.it off m small pasture, has 2-room tenant house—220
Mvtfv On,, valley land, balance fine grass land. House on high
'•Irvatiou, a /most delightful home. Can be bought cheap and
on easy terms—a choice home.
Ion acres i miles S. K. of Albany, very choicest of valley
tanning land, lies level and smooth, no better land can be
.found, it lies in Hubbard Creek bottom, can sell at once for
reasonable price and good easy terms. This is one of the best
Jiacts of land to be found.
1,280 stock farm, situated ou the Texas Central li. R., be-
tween Albany ai d Sedwick, never failing warer (about a mile
of Ilubbard Creek runs through same) tine pecan timber, 125
acres in cultivation, one ot the best ranch dwellings in the
county, good outhouses, plenty of tire wook, cistern, etc. This
property is about 8 miles from Albany, and is one of the best
improved places in the county. One mile from railroad sta-
tion aud post office,, and fronts on two public roads. This
property is cut into 1.60 acre tracts and will be sold in a body
or in small tracts. The town of Boogsbugh isdaid off on west
side of this land, and a good school building erected.
0,000 acres known as she Hassard Ranch, situated 3 miles
southeast of Albany, fronting along the Albany and Cisco pub-
lic road, also the Texas Central railroad, and the Albany and
Band public road, 3 creeks of living water and several large
tanks, fine grass and timber, nearly all of it choice farming
land; has been cut into 100 acre tracts and is now on the
market. We have sold and settled farmers on two-thirds of
834 acre farm and ranch, situated about 15. miles from Al-
bany, fine new dwelling, good barn, never failing water, 200
acres in cultivation, large part agricultural land, plenty of
timber. Will be sold at a great bargain; easy terms.
10,000 acre ranch-, known as the "Blach" farm and ranch,
situated 10 iuil«s from Albany, 1,000 acres in culci ation, great
part fine farming land, never failing water, plenty of timber,
fine ranch dwelling, several tenant houses, fiue barns, all nec-
essary outhouses. A part of this ranch has been cut up into
small tracts suitable for farms, about 160 acres in each tract.
The entire ranch will be sold, or it will be sold as sub-divided.
There is a great bargain in this property. We have sold and
settled quite; a number of farmers on this property.
Cox Ranch, constituting about 1,500 acres, 0 miles east of
Albany, fronting 1 1-2 miles on public road, fine creek of
water and large tank, good mesquite grass and timber, 314 of
same choice farming land, 150 acres in cultivation. We have
cut this body of land into small tracts all fronting on road, we
will sell at bargain prices aud long time. See this property.
1,760 acre ranch 6 miles S. W. of Albany, all under fence,
two pastures, watered by creek and two tanks, a large part
good farming land, good mesquite grass and timber; a bargain
at 18 per acre, easy terms.
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McCarty, Richard H. The Albany News. (Albany, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 42, Ed. 1 Friday, March 6, 1908, newspaper, March 6, 1908; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth403252/m1/1/: accessed July 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Old Jail Art Center.