The Albany News (Albany, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, January 19, 1923 Page: 4 of 8
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THE ALBANY NEWS
TOBY FRIDAY MORNING
|UB0cmiPTioN $2.00 Per Year
Did you ever atop to think that the
producer of raw materials seldom if
•ver, prosper* in pn>|iortioii to the
wealth he create* t
Tak} the men who dig coal. They
live, for the moat part, in hut* ami
■bantu* that afford only the mo*t
uicatfer shelter, few comforts and no
luxuries. Bat the men who handle
and aell the eoal, live in fine houses
The lomlx r-jacks who eats the tim-
ber in our fast-diaappearuiff foraats.
an1 hou.*ed in shuck* and cabins
while tliose who handle their piiwluel,
live in sahntantial homes. The men
who ifrow cattle, make .-.mull profits;
the packer* an; opulent. Th«' men
who raise cotton, tobacco or sugar
cane frequently live in the direst |«\
erty while the cotton broker and
manufacturer, the tobacco dealers
and the sugar barons, arc prosperous*
and often immensely wealthy.
What's the reason f It is because,
us thinir> are done today, there is
more profit in handling products than
in producing them. It is for tha'
reason that the farmer desires to
"iiet hi" on some of the "handling'
Special to the Trade
I have in stock at all times a nice line of
'Buckskin, C'oltskin and Horsehide Gloves
for Men ; and Men's Genuine Leather Belts.
Also Household Paints. K nam els.
Brushes, Steel Wool, Sand Pap^r, Linsee(
(• i 1, Turpentine and Lel'age Glue; Varnish-
es for all purposes in small quantities;
Auto. Floor and Furniture Polish. Ktc.
Your Business Solicited and Appreciat-
T. A. DEATS
What «!•>«- I \« N ' . ii
I In* ansvv* i
M 1 «• M
W »'!lt \ I i! « • .
I lie V1 f»:«• t N »
! Oil'* !es«»UI' <
t • * ii;•.ihl!
■ « nciici* .
i» ii in hit
"On The C iniar
and certainly he ha* ever right to
handle his own raw materials. That
right liaa lontr been usurped by oth
ers and is not ifoin* to l>e relinquish
ed without a struggle any more than
more adequate eyiii|iens:itiou !.a.« been
handed any other ela.** ot workers
without any effort on their part.
The larrner wants a larger .share
of the wealth he creates. lie wants
to be something more than a mere
producer »f raw materials He waii *
lor himself, the profits that are now
taken by other* in handling and dis-
tributing his product* ami he want*
wiser and more ecotioinical handing
and distribution. The fanner want •
lor his own needy wife and children,
th«- '"spread" bit ween what lie u>
now force<l to accept for his labor
anil the price that the ultimate eo
sinner pays. He would be rich
yond all hi* dreams as if he had it.
bllt how i.s he going to get it f
How dul the railroad e:nplow •
tret a larger share ot the v\• j?11♦ i
which they hel|sd create' lion d'd
the mechanic* force upward the val
hi their .cr\ice* to such a height *
to as-'ire them a con,lortable livin1.'?
||nw il<] tin printi rs elinte_c their
-tut >t ,'roni one ot tin in■>-! ;ro«*i>
underpiiid occ ipiitioii. to otn o the
• tile tin I'll will Vil
1..11 i "f i ' i■ I. ■* * * ■
I pel :t \ that hit.* com) ! > ; in ■'
i Worker. >* ii! hi- I Hint* i tli
pii -t *i-v erjt I . a i'-. ' I •; I. .» I
lia- i . 'iiini d tor tin i.mm I ■ .
tench'im iiinl la run • I" ' '
In philanthropic ; Mil allow *ow o. .
cl*e In li\ tin value nl tin •* ill i
In mankiml Without tin li ■■
we aW ltd i» hbmmI . witl out tin
pre; rlii i •*. we *houhl In *uilul !■ 1
W it hunt the III I i if! Wi *h-i ■' ■ f I il i
it! WI t 1*1; lll-l- . '
JUNIOH C E. PROGRAM
I'irst Christian Chur h.
in i tin I .tin
I • .•:* I 1 ,i ;iillc Vl*ti .
Matt. 7 I i _'7.
I 'd.in h i h i,all.
Si i i in I- pravi I -
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I II Ul'VC.
~*elli.*b m I 1 selti*h ' ;VHe !.
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Spec al music.
A Tow ii I * ii 111 on 11 . ;>i, A
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H i i . L PROGRAM i \ N
Stilliect . The P.ihle and II i' .
•••I. I > ».M - a
Illtl .,11 1|\ Li; lie
i ; . Iiilih a iid I ikm ,:1111
till II I "i iln 1II";11Hi.
Sin. i t! i lieiorinaiin \ in
I ;mi Ii;i I in il.
I he I Mile Attested by t he Faith ot
'I In i I .a 11 a I 'all'
I he liililc a - a Wit i V|
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I In* I -i ■ W i S111.11It 1 M. ., ,» i
Kihli W M t ook.
■y HAZEL V. PARI*
.> < »!.
C. E. PROGRAM FOR JAN. 11.
First Christian Chur
I opic I \ aticfidi*! a Mi*.*i ■
111" , and Ahmad
I jcaili", Ii well I'. i*i \
i ipt nre I ,uk. I : ! ". "i
\\ iNin .
I• Ii i '* talk.
Son.i Startlitit; Stati*tn - i. , m
Winning the World h\ Ms'ln",
i-*. Dou^los* Surratt.
Snapshot.* at I'amou* Mi**ait-,i
l.vuin;eli*t* Mildred Toinne.
li'eport nl' liitormution l ouniiittei
<• kr McClors S#*|J ,p«r Synd.cate.)
"Tou ma t do It, Jean."
"The dnn has MukI for everjrthlr?
you've dime, from slinging sis]as In
Mickey's to stitching men's shirts la
that horrible *weat-!ni(i. She'll setnl
you home as sure as shooting."
Jinn screwed up her tiny red mouth
and went on puckering.
"Stat! si*nd you home," warned her
"Oh. no, she woi. I. Wlit-n ahe »ei s
my article In the Woman's Journal
she'll coma around oh, r.eas, can '
you Just bear her?" And Ilea* mince I
arrosa the room, mimicking Dean
"Tea, Mlsa Coagr.ive la one of our
Sociology students. We are quite
proud of her record. Vin, oh, yes.
she actually did It secured a position
as maid In a home, and then wrote of
her ex|ierlencea We lire Indeed proud
of her Int'-reHt In the practical side of
her work " Then she broke off suil
denly. "Of course I'll go."'
The ni-tt murium,- when the 10:10
tram pulled out of tlorhum It carried
an eiclted girl.
• ••••• a
No y.itl have never been In service
h"f•.re?" "aid Mr* IVvcrly Smythe. as
sin* siirve .-.I tin' slim, neatly-clad girl
lief ire her.
I'ait she g..f no further. "Oh, 1*11 be
* re fn p!> .io Mri Smythe I'm very
ipilek and wlllirig"
And so Jean look her place In the
Ma; the Imu"•hold I'verrnne liked
\* the en I of the lid month, Hev-
cly Sm.vthe. Jr. la' ie to Wlllowdale
t i -|ien.| the rei i-. n ii: weeks of his
. tltcgo vacation
'At i is sli ' Hint I -i" he asked, is
Jean went ii! t! it !ir*t linnii. ,,n to
hrl iir In thi> * ilml
"I'.everly !" Mr* Si i.vthe ra *. •! her
carefully pulleil eyebrows
' Whv, mother?' n m .ek n-t >nlsh-
i:ii>rt "She's the pi I. *t "tie you've
! Ill lice \lnit a p.'aeherlllO
X nil Mrs S| , . •(„. . ^hed
Several day* la'." as Jinn was com
ln^ ilnwnstali* v i»h a In ivy howl of
thiwcrs, *h>' slippiHl , i i nu-
\* *lie --ntnhleil t > her fis-t
A NEW STO
(>ur New DruK Store is now open
business. It has been our purpose to
tablish a store that's strictly up-to-data
equipment and semce. *
We ask that you call and see how
we have succeeded in our aim.
We cany in stock everything that
Real Drug- Store should have.
Carefulness in tilling prescriptions
We urire that you come in and insj
SANDERS DRUG STOitE
First Door South of Postoffice.
• i «• •• s » ;i<' •»u«* itMH. nz
,n m,.r cy,f haft ' m:.' '
Then I'enerh Smvthe, Jr..
!e her "III:. .!
,i| he l".i
>f her in
i 'rash '
over : I ■ *1
i" ■ i trimtc,
NOT! I'. i- het'i'h mvi n that on
I ti, eiulii ' I'J. lirjli, application was
!' i| '. ii tin Ii. i r*tate t'ommerce
t oiiiail*.- M at \S ;.*liii '_;tiill, I > t .. nn
Ill-hall ol Mi.**nuri Kan*a* Texaa
IS.i ' ii '.nl t iinip. nv ol Texas, a eor-
1 oraMoii in he niuuiii'iil nialer the
law* ol l'e\a*, 1'i.i aullioritj lor the
:ici|i|isili .ii and or operation of c.-r-
;.s:i l:m ot' railroad (a'.'.'reicaliruf
: ppr • 11 i»• -!\ 1,400 mile*) and other
pl'npi'i . I. Ill S1 ate o, Te\a* owiifll
i ■ Ii -e b\ i he M . i.an, Kan -a;
0 I ' a - ' 'a . . I t , ,a; j -a " v o! Fi'MIS.
Dated St l.'.'i's, M". Ih'ceiiilier
| ■ i jii-i-i
'oSI'PH M. BRVSt»N*.
JOHN H THOMAS.
THOMAS & POI
Will Practice in all tha
ANSON, - Tl
We positively will not allow
fishing, hunting or trespassing
land owned or leased by US.
T. K. llavden and W. H.
1? . i« : i.i?*»r i!i.i* T«»rn Ki fi
tir1 »1'*•«I up .f- in. «!«?•• I
f •• t«-ntt;* t? < ' t :* • • 1 11«*n» fr«»ni
Water:own Want v»»h to ;nwt him.
1 n'* vt.'! 'in ! 1*. •; • !: to !'le ritib
V:: 1 s i that »»ver.i i. tm nrid
11«• I :n tli»* I«• r * nrv ivrt'pt :«>'i
r nn I' ** frit'ii'TH
? I .'I*' kt:*»\v i vi-n ask
f * • i i r i • I \ • s
• % 11:i* h »)V»m vom? Kvi»r
sfr \ 111:'\» i k y.ui \a»
t" *- ^ a ' ♦,i»r. I i'\»' v i• i f»,!' in
' • - , a *; •' l-l" ' i « .luflVur tliN
Ji *' t en Tom 'ir.'l hi* :'ri> • i.| erv
■ >1 1 V * '■ i up (it
Tom'* fr nd, she "• i.ii • 1 erii. - in.
".I n. I V;il,t t.
. . nl • ••' Ml S aytti ■ "
" Then a, |i, he a me
•' ■ i ii"*s >f ' "r r ■ P.ev•
. Jr., *i.tTe • up ami i.i mi
I'. In I ' • it of
m-'!1 lat-r I'.everly
• Jr.. le t hi* i ■ -aten • -'ven I •
'. dmlnc v' torv \* he came
i 11. ■ ter v. i, ■ e his college
■ vent" tl. 'r sis; ertluous
j i' • v ni ise and i heered.
• ■ -I Ir. I* ' • \ frow • eil
should Beverly Smythe alvftjta In*
le u! -le * i>» vvn*'1 Why *' "iilil her
-nils '"aspire to throw tlieni to-
- She a know .'.lire.I hi* formal
; • ■ 'ai; ,v itti « ivirt n nl
I'he eveliln,; W..ri> ,,n The play
I interminably Innc The atten-
f •, that the presen e of Sm.vthe In
i. • , aused wn- e\ e.llii- \ annoy-
\s they drove home thrnUKli the
*-. ,-t ei-.iwded with revelers Jean was
silent and thoughtful Suddenly
Sim the leiitiiMl forward "Jean, can
you ever forgive tne"'
She stared Into the crowd.
"Jean," he pleaded.
Then she turned suddenly, ""h. why
did you do it? It was cowardly. You
knew you had me ar ii jllsiulvantage."
"It was I'owurdly Hut, Jean. It made
me wild to st*e you there. You see.
Jean. I knew you I saw you at last
vear's Eimie with Tom. hut you didn't
remember. I knew if I made you an-
i;ry, you'd leave."
"What are you wearing. Jean?" liess
askisi next nioriilnn as she saw some-
thing shining on Jean's blouse.
"What? oh. 'Bev' Smyttie's fiat
pin. We became engaged lust eve-
"Oh, forgotten your handsome chauf-
feur?'' laughed Bess.
"Xo, dear, he was the chauffeur—
ouiy he drives his own cars."
I.i >ST \Veilni*day of week
a-t. at Wvatl llaru^e or on
I'.m- -Isi ,'irid'ji roinl. one bl
, 1 : ha- die.** and two
'' i ia *i> Albutiy ilaraire and
t .cwa:d. .1. I . Allen.
'TEA GARDEN" PRESERVES
KIN(iS" DEHYDRATED FRUITS AND
W. W. FOX & SON
1 do all kinds of electric wiring, all kinds
of plumbing. Do all kinds of tin work-
stock tanks a specialty. Sell parts for all
kinds of machinery. Say, why don't you
have your house wired. Bath room fix-
tures and sewer connection a specialty.
L. S. HOLLOWFII.I.
Life'* Pleasures and Pain*.
Life, upon the whole, Is much mora
pleasurable than painful, otherwise we
should not feel pain so iuipatlent'.y
when It comes.—I.elgb Hunt
The City Meat Market
Is thelplace where you can get any cut of fan-
cy, Rood and wholesome fresh and cured meats
when you want it. Our Market is clean and
sanitary and our treatment courteous. We
appreciate your patronage.
Perry Flte ...
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McCarty, Richard H. The Albany News (Albany, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, January 19, 1923, newspaper, January 19, 1923; Albany, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth413122/m1/4/: accessed October 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Old Jail Art Center.