The Albany News (Albany, Tex.), Vol. 82, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 14, 1966 Page: 3 of 8
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f, April 14,1m
THE AIM ANY NEWS
FROM PIGGLY WIGGLY
Prices Good lot Friday and Saturday
VSDA Grade A
Young Tender Cut up, tb...
'srfcr* ih. Pk. 59c
OLEO, 2 pk*. 39c
lb. pkg. 79c
| Swift Prem.
STEAK FINGERS ?
No. 303 can Del Monte
ftiUMII If Borden's Pasteurized
UllfllljlX Golden Churn
No. lVt Hants Finest
ICjO Yellow Cling
\ G A tjft? Regular Hot or
O**- LJ K; Ej Hickory Smoke
Vz gal. 39c
2 cam 59c
18 oz. 35c
;4 . 48 tea bags 59c...4 oz. bx. 43c
for. tar Instant Tea .... 89c
\tm No- 300 °ur Darling 0 OL
niUO Cut Green Spears u tdllo Jjt
iVtCE Sffim qt.btl..43c
[tttf Morton'. Finest ^ • OQp
rlilUDeliciously Good Ijle jol JJl
r. Fru:t JUICE, 48 oz.. .3 cans $1.00
2 lb. can $1.45. lib. can 13c
10 oz. jar INSTANT . $1.59
' tj C Nabisco
1 lb. box. 35c
box of 6.. 69c
^ A t%TP 8 0I- s Finest
1 flLJih Frozen
SIR Count Bag Morton's
IBS Krlnkle Kut
9 cans $1.00
3 for 89c
2 lb. bag . 33c
Stokely or Morton
' Oeam Pies-Apple, Peach. Cherry, Chocolate, Coconut, l emon
l Frontier Stamps FREE ^ fgy $ / ,00
SPEARS SSKS SftrSUI
DEI, MONTR CHUNK
TVNA vir»t' 3 flat cans 89c
SUGAR SrSL 5l,«c
Pi/REXS V* gal. jug 39c
DELSEY 4 roll pk. 49c
POT1TE—Fresh, Luscious Red
Strawberries.. 3 pt. clns.SU
RIO GRANDE VALLEY YOUNG, TENDER
GR. ONIONS..3 bunches 25c
Ig, stk 15c
A VAC ADOS SKt- -2 hi- 29c
CABBAGE JZS Heart
itler Stamps Free with purchase of . .
Calorie Ice Milk
ner oiamps r ree
The Frontier Echo
Sept. 29. IS7S
Be-t Rjo coiiee, four pounds
| or one dollar at Brown s.
[are the only Texas publications
not represented viz: Browns-
ville Sentinel. Burnet Adver
riser. Corsicana Odd Fellow,
Goliad Guard. Gonzales In-
quirer. Granbury Vidette, Rich-
mond Four Counties, Greenville
fferald and Stephenville Elec-
C Bain 4 Co s U. S. Mail
& Stage Line Stages leave
Jaeksboro for Fort. Worth tri-
weekly: Monday, Wednesday
and Friday evenings at fi o-
Tbe Albany News
April 13. ISM
We are authorized by the
health officer, Dr Powell, to
Wild geese and cranes flying cfeck making close connec
=o\ith. ' tions with trains on the T & P
The Temperance young folks' RR fyeaves jaeksboro for Fort
■ sociable and hop last Friday ririffin semi-weekly Wednesday
I night was a very pleasant af- and Saturday mornings at 7
fair Music by the nth Infantry o'ejoefc Arrive Fort Griffin in
[ band. time to connect with the stage
After committing lots of gojng east
j deviltry with cotton and other prof Moe jrrforms ^ he has
1 things, the hopper grass chaps -j jehoiars enrolled. Average
I have left us. daily attendance 43.
Sam F Stiason is successor
I to J. N Masterson, dealer in
! general merchandise at Fort
(Griffin Sam is a goodne,
knows his biz" and will suc-
jceed. Hurrah for Sam. !say: that the small pox patient
Ed Wolffarth has dug a well js now convalescent, and he
'on his place south of town; at rioes not apprehend any danger
I2i , feet he struck water and „( further spread of the disease
[a lot of bones, supposed to be JoP, r)o<lson says he will give
ja portion of a human skeleton a sack of nour to the man who
And now it is in order for swaps horses six times on trade
I some postmaster lo arise and and sales day.
j explain why it is that the Echo Thp Albany News will give
| does not. reach subscribers at $| M an(| a subscription to the
I Griffin until it is four days old, I sjpws for onc year on trade
i and often not at all ap(j sa|p (jay to the man who
Last fall .Judge Stoddard sold brings jn the most women and
! several hundred bushels of oafs children in one wagon from the
[at one dollar [*-r bushel This country
week he bought a part of the ficv R p Brown has rP.
same oats for twenty cents a ,urpw| from a ,wo.week stay
bushel. fhe\ go to feed nele jn y/gco where he has been
Samuel's horses at Fort Rich- assisfing in a revivai
ardson. Bring your fine calf, cow.
Do not f;iil to r>" on nanrl on (,0jj or any f^inc! of stock
• he l.tli of October and hear (fia( y0U wan( to show off on
I VV rhrockmorton (annot fra(|e an,| Sales Day, first
our democratic friends take Monday jn May
! the matter in hand and give the ,, R waR from
Honorable Senator a rousing Wednesday. Head his
U'n i iimn J
Rev. Mr. Watkins of the
I Presbyterian church of Weath-
|! rtloH has been laboring here
I for a week, to straighten out,
I the crooked morality or rather an " f"'* ,wo
ad in this issue. Ranch for
John lloneycutt. Jr. came in
From Montana Tuesday after
immorality of this' burg. We years John's many friends are
| learn he has been very success-1 ^ ,0 spr ,l,m again.
I fuj " | Dr F. M. Oldham will be at
Es(|uire Scott, Psct No 5, 'he Albany House Wednesday,
has had his hands full this Apr 18, ifiOfi. He will remain
week, trying about a dozen cas-1 'n 'he city one week in the
es, all for failing lo work the practice of dentistry.
j road Nine persons were fined j The Woodmen of tV Wor'c'
Reckon they won't buck the will give an old fashioned bas-
| next time they are warned. I ket supper at their hall Monday
Rowell's Newspaper Exhibi-, night. Apr. 16.
I tion at Philadelphia Ls a mark- We saw J. J Baker leaving
ed success; out of 8,617 publl- town the other day with two
cations in the t'nited States, great long fishing poles—and
] only 139 are not represented, we thought well, you finny tribe
Of this number, the following had better hunt deep water.
Crawford Brazell has got a
sure enough case of old fash-
There has got to be some
road building in Shackelford
county before the marketing <4
Sheriff Collins of Haskell
passed through Albany Wed-
nesday He informed as that he
made Sheriff Biggs a present
of a fine pair of roller skates.
The Albany House is putting
on airs. Mr Sackett. the pop-
ular hostler, Ls having the of-
fice newly papered, new office
chairs put in and everything
looking spic and span op that
Winn Broyles was in town
Geo. Gober was over frw*
Stephens county Monday.
Mrs. Sidney Sackett is visa-
ing in Coleman this week.
Hugh Hazelwood has bought
out F K Sterrett's drug store.
Have your baby's photo made
while i/„ dozen cabinet are W*
ing at $1.50 a dozen
Miss Mabel Herron visited at
Lueders this week
Jess" Reynolds was down
from the Clear Fork Thursday.
Mrs. Judge J. A Matthews
and daughter. Miss Sallie, and
son. Master J. A., left for Fort
The rainy season will be here
soon and the weeds and back
alleys in Albany will breed all
kinds of contagious diseases.
L T. Price has relumed
from Mississippi. He informed
us that his father is still very
James S Hair, editor of the
Moran Tribune, was in town
The Dallas 150.000 dub will
b" here April 22. They will ar-
rive in Albany at 3:30 on their
special train and will spend 30
minutes in the city to shake
hands with our people and
make their acquaintance. Al-
bany shou'd turn out and give
them a rousing welcome, the
meeting will be mutual.
We are selling A F C. and
Red .Seal gingham at 10c a
yard. Best calico at 5c per
yd. Also have extra good values
in embroidery, one lot at 5c
per yd., and have the wide cor-
net cover embroidery. Just re-
ceived some good values in
counterpanes at 50c and *2.50
Six spools of J. P. Coates
thread for 25c. J. T. Ijowery.
"Does ycur husband live up
o tiie promises he made during
his courtship days?"
"Always. In those clays he
said he wasn't good enough for
Full-size luxury models
smaller economy cars. ♦.
and everything in between.
Makes shopping around a thing of the past!
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322 South First St.—Albany, Texas
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The Albany News (Albany, Tex.), Vol. 82, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 14, 1966, newspaper, April 14, 1966; Albany, Tex.. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth429028/m1/3/: accessed August 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Old Jail Art Center.