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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 1 October 1926

A 5// (y the saint ZstnMlshed 1S-9S SAINT JO. MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXVZ^T^y Vol. 25. No. 46 oil industry BROADENING FIELD OF OPERATION Saint Jo School Had Largest Opening Matriculation in it® Histoiy NOTES FROM THE OIL FIELD A tide of oil speakers saeco t.o be flowing steadily toward Saint Jo and vicinity, anu new wells are o^ing started a.« rat id- ly a prospects warrant ana pre- parations wul permit. Xut .vi i ;uior vv'.nit^cii Cvpuvid b is been drilling through white rock vliis week, and has gons down a little than WO leet. •RECKLESS DRIVING CONTROL A representative of one of the bin producing companies with liaidquarier-j at Wichita Falls passed through Saint Jo a d.!iy oi two ago and stated the t the Dig companies are w&tcbiog the ti€*.d closely. arid will see that it has every possible opportuui tj for fall deve,opu ecu- Mrs. Myra Hcmphtll. ! 0 . V Mrs. Myra Hemphill -died at| the home of her daughter Mrs. I ( J. D. Weaver at Sunset Sunday at 1:00 o'clock p. m. at theatre of ...

Publication Title: Saint Jo Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 1 October 1926

1 Zbc Safut'So TIClceMie Gribuue n •rti 4- ■utefed at tliu I'uetoflfce at Saint Jo, Texan, us Second Class Mutter rublished Every Friday flint building rfast of Citizens Nuti'>ual Bank W. Ts HAYS. Editor and Proprietor Subscript ion Rat«*: Oae year $1.50, six months 75c. four moths 50c. one month 15e. . - IN ADVANCE Advertising rates sent to any address on application. T~ Saint Jo, Montague County, TexAs, Friday Oct. 1, 1926 .i •' TRIBUNE CHANGES OWNERS. Having sold The Tribune to Mr. L, J, Reynolds, who comes to ut from Sherman, I desire to express my sincere appreciation to those who have been my friends and patrons six^years I have been in charge of this pa- per. I have no definite plans for the future, so will not say good bye, but wherever I may go, I shall ever remember with gratitude each kind friend and neighbor who has contributed ^tjhe comfort and happiness of my famtTyQJ]Ld myself. By way of intr^ i?-tipn, I wish to say that Mr. Reynolds, *v.ho succeeds me as editor of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 October 1926

/ \ ' v :t THE SAINT JO Established 1898 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1926. \ of t r DEMAND FOR CRUDE GROWS.PBOKICTIOW 1RCREAS Refined Product, However, Somewhat Inclined io be Reactions Although the average weekly production of crude continues lo increase, tho total output still seems in-sufliciont to meet the demand, and reserve otouka are being called upon, Government figures show that the demand during August exceeded the total production during the same time by about 200,000 barrels a day, or ii total of about 6,000,000 b<r- reU for the month. That much had to come from the reserve stocir. It is said to have been the biggest monthly deficit in the nistory of the oil industry. Also more gasoline was manu l'actured in August than ever belore in u single month, and likewise more consumed than ever in an eqtiai period before. The result is that the reserve stock of retined gasoline is lower now than at my oilier time since February, 1925. With those condi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 October 1926

/ TO vkir MAIM Jit IiAifiliflmli Tff^ Pff w i in TfrnfrrF Satut 3o TKHecW^ tXribuue Ice at Saint Jo, Texas, aa Second Olas* Mktier IS.'b. VALUABLE SUGGESTIONS Friday first building east ofCitizens National Bank r. Ts HAY H Editor and Proprietor Subscript ion Ri. ;es: ,1.00, six months 75c. four moths 50c. one month 15c. ,IN ADVANCE Advertising rates sent to any address on application. )o, Montague County, Texas, Friday Oct. 8, 1926 • Sunday night put xocllent condition turnips. not already a booster .e town, get the habit; g od for indigestion and atomach. tie prevalence of typhoid fever e city is just cause for alarm health conditions. If there /thing wrong with our drii.k- < - it should be known and ;.*o «.ie remedied or the use of w:itcr discontinued as far as iible. On tbe other hand, if iter is -;ood and Loalthful it 'jo kuowu by the public. A ..di test by the State Health 'artment would dispel all un- .uinty in the matter. ia oail the especial attention of r readers to tbe ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 October 1926

" mc L '. . - -y^K '• THE SAINT ' ... >tr •"!'' '.'fj; ■" .• ■' jaSJZ-Jw^v" ■ vv .1 «; Established 1898 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1026. Vol. 28. No. 49 \ i WEST TEXAS DAILY PRODUCTION BREAKS RECORD And Midcontinent Refineries AreCutting Crude Production in Oklahoma Panhandle's large increase, aid ed by a net gain in the other districts combined, pushed West Texas daily average crude oil pro- duction to 348,080 barrels a day, almost 100,000 daily higher than the previous record production of seven years ago. hew Jeweler in Town. NOTES FROM THE OIL FIELD VV. H. Norman, recently of Weatherford, an experienced jew- eler, has o; ened a jewelry repair shop in the Pedigo drug store, east side square, and is starting off with a nice business. Mr. Noman contemplates movin? his family here and making his home in Saint Jo. See his advertise- ment elsewhere in the Tribune. Grand Jury in Session- The grand jury was impaneled' The Shasta well near Coppers is expecte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 October 1926

- -- ■ . 'V 1 $j| f r-r • ' '*yfir '■ •,«v .r.*HS«f TTbe Saiut Jo TOeehls tldbuue Shitarwd m UM **UMOlIlCtt Published Kvarjr 1 L« Subscript Ion Rtrtes: 0 year $1.50, six months 75c. four moths 50c, one mouth 15c. 'N ADVANCE _ -----nj-.-IT---------I ------- Advertising rate9 sent to any address on application. Saint Jo, Montague County, Texas, Friday Oct. 22, 1926 YOUR HOME TOWN MERCHANT. When the people of Saint Jo take stock of the local situation they must surely realize that no town can grow unless it has the loyal and en thus1 as tic support of the inhabitants thereof. Business is the power that de- termines the growth of a town, and the habits that hurt business here are the factors that make for retarded growth. The men in business in Saint Jo, are, for the most part, trying to develop the market, and to si-rve their fellow citizens through the exten- sion of their lines. They are en titled to fair dealing by the buy ing public, and this only means giving them st chance to mee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 October 1926

ngMyn m . F«*3f ■ '•"'If K 1 ' f«* ''"' .,«*.•**•* , v . * y* A •>. ;•••, •' V •<■ 1} 'H' •*,••/- i- +). wwmm ftmsi ..;vv • gS^^SSil&l > 3 We are after a S3 & 3 £Z s 3 j| Your Trade and to get it we are willing to pay you for it. To pay you for your patronage we are offering you CLOSER PRICES than we have ever offered before jgj; m m YOUR FRIENDS, g|J - SCOTT BROS. | v.* Better Service Since 1890 m ummmmmmmmmwMmmmm M m m FOR SALE I will sell fixtures in my shop and lease the building to the purchaser. I am not able to do the work. W. F. PRICE MEAT MARKET Expectant Mothers!! Here's Good Advice To give your baby the right start in life—to save yourself unnecessary suf- fering in confinement—your blood should be In a normal, healthy condi- tion. You must share your blood-cur- rent and its life-giving strength, with the little stranger, and eliminate, thru your blood, the wastes from its body as well as your own. If your fciood is weak the strain will pull down your vit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 October 1926

j / y MM LOCAL NEWS ITEMS ■1 - • • Roy P, Wilson came up from Denton to spend the week end Vith his pafents, Mr. aRd*Mre. J.O.Wilson. H."L. Dennis, who has been seriously ill, was reported some what improved Monday. Reece Hundley, who is recov ering from an attack of typhoid, is said to be steadily improving. •—'O— Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Yetter are rejoicing over the arrival iu their home ot a fine baby boy with a cultivated voice. ® " Mr. and Mrs. Clill'ord Ware, accompanied by Koberl Vv CcoKt attended the State Fair at Da..a- Sunday. —U JV'rs. Loretta Stephenson oi Ft Worth visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. ±3. Millikin, this week. Hardy Franklin ui' Gainesville spent Sunday with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Franklin. — U—• . Mrs. J. H. Millikin anu little son, Paul David of Wichii i r allfe are visiting Mr. and Mid. L> ^ Millikin Miss Louise Smith and Miss Maud Fite, who are attending C. I. A. at Denton, spent the week end with the lamily oi Dr. auu Mrs. J. E. Smith. •—O—— R...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 5 November 1926

• r- : .' •7&Fm. • •;./ f/, r. ■ •'": > '•*>'1,■•••••• y.*; . • .1 |^K*B THE SAINT TRIBUNE. jafclished 1896 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5: 1926, No. 51 NOTES FROM THE OIL HELD The Seminole and North Bra- man oil pools in Oklahoma and the Panhandle field in Texas con- tinue to be the bright spots on the oil map, so far as increased production is concerned, accord- ing to reports and records for the past three weeks. The Seminole daily average jumped from less than 50,000 barrels for the week ending October 16 to nearly 100, • 000 for the week ending October 30, while for the same period the North Braman pool jumped from a daily average of about 15,000 to about 25,000. The Panhandle is running around 175,000 barrels daily Derrick finished on W R. Niv ins farm at Bonita last Saturday for a test well Drilling will be- gin as soon as all necessary ma- chinery is placed. An Invitation. Meador Store Burglarized Pour ladies cloaks, two leather hand bags and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 5 November 1926

t* t • >« ,;$" 'V'*.- .*>« - &hSw8( TUB IAINT JO T1WBLJN1 Gbe Saiut Jo Weehls Gribuue fei^d Ui l-Qfeto&co uc Sdlni Jo.Ttow. us Soon,! Ums Mutier Published Erory Friday first building ea&t of Cit.zens N*U'.h«1 Uu^k >______jg_J._BEYNOLb3, Editor and Proprietor Subscription °,M,/ear ^1"r'0, 8lx n °nths 75c. four moths 50c. one month We. • - IN AD VA'NCK ' i*. * AdVerti9i^ rfttos sent to any address on application, 8awt I0V Mont/vqde County, Texas, Friday Nov. 5, 1926 . x ■>■ • , ' v. "Honor the Lord with thy sub- stance, and with the first fruits of all thine 'ncrease: so shall thy barns be filled with plenty, and thy presses shall burst out with pew vrine Prov, 3:9,10 The general election Tuesday was one of the quietest evsr held in the State. The North Texas Conference of the M. E Church. South, is in season at Wichita Full II. li. HaiiieJ, republican can didhte for the office of governor of Texas, said a few days before the election that he thought he would g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 5 November 1926

■* " i P* I; V I; vjp*> r** <U¥*OY m rwmfwv COUPLE HIPPY IN MOUNTAIN HOME Husband and Wife Content- ed With Their Trees and Books for 44 Years. Baimorhea, Texas.—His well-kept /arm wholly concealed behind the mountains, and reached only by a tor- tuous, difficult road, H. H. Huelster hasn't been to town for seven years. But with his good hausfrau, tower- ing hillsides, fruit trees and books with which to commune, he has not missed the hum and throb of a city, though he has neither radio nor tele- phono. Huelster at se\enty-flv«j and his wife at slxty-alx have lived on this same mountain ranch for 44 years, and for the last 20 years he and his sons had been terracing the property. But his sons, of whom there are nine, and daughters, of whom there are two, are now gone, leaving the aged couple with their dog, cat, mountains and quietness. Terracing Engineering Foat. There probably I# no other farm in T«xas that will compare to that of the Suelsters in a terracing Job,' for in th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 5 November 1926

J If/. sf "■# iWM m ALIENS Mr and Mr*. Robert Griffin of Fort Worth spent Sunday night herd ^ith their grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Eason. Mr. and Mrs. 0. 0. Ware and Mrs, Mabel Ware visited Dr. J, B. Carmichael and family in Dun can, Okla., Snnday. Dr. J. E Smith was called to Denton Tuesday to see hia daugh- ter, Miss Louise, who is attending C. I. A. and is reported ill. Mies r*nnie <3oker of near Illi- nois Bend was shopping 16 town We d ties day ulonrca Millikfcn visited his niece, Mr?. Wayne Wells, in Hen- rietta Sunday. Mabel and Thomas Parks who have been in bed foi serevni days with the typhoid fever, are re- ported to be impi'oving. Mrs. Lee Dennis and little daughter from Plainview, Texas, came in Wednesday to see her sister, Mrs. J. W. Sewoll, near Illinois Bend, who is very ill. C. D. Gordon and family who have been living in Vernon. Texas, have moved near Bonita. H. L. Dennis was taken Tues- day to a hospital iu Dallas for a treatment. He has been in very ill h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 12 November 1926

*0 y. '■ ■ Extra Special d! -i<m* TRIBUNE MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1926. . r l No. 52 ■ /A. We have six Tapestry Rugs, 9x12, a very closely woven weave, fast colors-"Only six-- at the never before heard of prices—■ m r^v BILL BOOSTER SAYS: A OS$l?-rEDDLERS G-ST KiC EtJl;OU!?AtirEM£H f f'ROWMC* I WONT USTEU TOTH£WV«\WI4M' THE< TEH. IS US'JAILS FALSE, BUT WERE irAHTCuE,6Tii.LI ^OULDMT USr^Ni, BECAU56 THE TROUBLES CC- V\V FRAUDS <kr.e Twein c-wm affair aho I TAK£ WO UMt'FAUHY MORBtP SAnSFAXPTlOU iU AKIN S'JfiH {iEPOR &, "ssS/S/i', iGwiZe 1; REV. PATTON RETURNS AS PASTOR TO SAINT J9. Rev. Earl J. Pattoa, who has been pastor of the Methodist church in Saint Jo, for the Dast three years, has been returned by the annual Conference finish out his quadrennium hare. The ne-vsoi his return has been the occasion of much satifaction among Methodist in Spirit Jo. Annual Conference at Wiyhita Falls clo2 d Sunday night ^"ith the reading of the appcintmeuts for the D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 12 November 1926

\ *u ttbe Satut 3o Mcehl\> ZEdbuue Wntared at tUa Postofllce at Saint Jo,Texas, as Second Class M Published Etrery Friday first building east of Citizens National L. J. I<E¥NOLDS, Editor mid Proprietor * '-i'R, 1 ARCH MR! STANDS AG "Gr: AIL TESTS Subscript len Hi.-e.s: Oae year $1.50, six months T5c. four moths 50c. one month 15c. in advance Advertising rates sent to any ixhliv - on application. Saint Jo, Montague County, Texas, Friday Nov. 12, liteti AN APPOINTMENT DESERVED. When Bishop Hny, the close of the Annual Conference at Wichita Fulls Sunday night, read out the appointment of Earl J. Patton for Saint Jo, he conferred a distinct favor upon our town as well as upon Rev. Patton. Three jears apo Rev. Patton, i young unmarried man, just, freah frotn the University, young prcache'" aglow with tli inspiration of service to God and the world, was sent by the An- nual Conference to Saint Jo t rehabilitate Methodism hero unu enable it to function properly i> thoaffairs of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 12 November 1926

>4. m < r 7i7- ' H ' ■-•" r:, ffWv >n vwww* i r I V o 1 \. 1 liwr^inrn'i" MS- "gffl'ia n"j gggja^aEasmsssss^&ki Extra Special 8 We have six Tapestry Rugs, 9x12, a very closely woven weave, fast colors-only six« at the never before heard of prices— I $16.50 each YOUR FRIENDS, m WM |S?. i ®55 m, (a)?rrf • SCOTT BROS. Better Service Since 1890 n> S" SK'.'J 75T.? 1 wii! sell fixtures in my shop and lease the building to the purchaser. 1 am not ahie to go the work. W. F. PRICE MEAT MARKET Noticc By Pulication final Account No. 24&2 •1 lie State <>f Texas To the Sheriff hr nriy Constable of Montague County Groe:ing: Arch Holland, Administrator of the Estate of Mattie Fortune, deceased, having Filed in cur County Court his linol account of the condition of the Estate of said Mattie Fottutie, deceased, together with an application to bo discharged from •■aid Ad- ministration. You are hereby commanded, that by publication of this *""rit for Twenty days in a Newspape...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 12 November 1926

.vr wmm IF IT'S CHEAPER YOU'LL FIND . i IT HERE wmn IAM« JO tMuimm nnwim^ in i i WE HAVE ALWAYS KG PI PRICES DOWN Cotton is King as the Chicago Store is King of Low Prices u Help the Farmer and help yourself-Buy more Cotton Goods. We are offering Merchandise at MiracleValues-values ycu can expect to find only at the CHICAGO STORE For Three Days-Friday, Saturday and Monday Ladic-s and Children,s SWEATERS $1.79 $2.85 $3.85 ... Men's ffi« Blue Work J Canvas Leather OJE* Overalls f Shirts 4vC Palm Gloves fcvv HEAD 8 COLD WAVE EN! Now at Reduced Prices Your Choice WOOL OVERCOATS NONE BETTER AT DOUBLE PRICE Buy Blankets NOW^-SAVE $15 DON'T MISS THIS SPECIAL OTHER FINE COATS O.JO to 27.50 2 PANT SUITE YOU CAN'T BEAT 'EM AT $10.00 MORE 3-PIECE WHOLE SUITS LEATHER LINED VESTS for SHEEP LINED MOLE- SKIN COATS for HIGH TOP BOOTEES fcr only MOLESKIN PANTS priced to sell, only FANCY LUMBER JACKETS 1.49, 2,95, 3.,85, 4.85 Dbi. Bed Size Blanket, spcl. 66x80 size blankets $2.19 Wool nap Blankets Go...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 19 November 1926

.. • «* " t- • * •. 11 IK •Established 1898 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 19, 1926. ol. 29. t\o. 1 Having The Nerve, They say that having the nerve to tackle the job is half the battle. This may be true, but MAKING GOOD is surely the other large half Any Pa;ik can make CLAIMS of secuity and reliability. "Delivering the goods' is what counts Our claim is that our Bank is safe, sound reliable That our officers are courteous aud that the welfare of our depositors is our first consider ation We assert that w<* have MAKE GOOD on all these claims. Ask any of our satisfied cursomers TV The First. National Bank. H. L>. ^IKljo.'PremdeHf. JOE BOW KKf* CnsJiler. S. \1. KINO. Vlce-Pfuldem. Tb' Die Grouch SUFFEPMU CATS'l \F THESE 0AREWK? OWA1ERS OF NOlSV RADIO? COULD OUST HEAR SOME OP "THE stoops; vowu? aud u/msrues Tvtev ssuo oi.rr, TWEV V/OUlO OPERATE "TWOR-SET? PROPEP.LV AKJD L^T TAB RESY OF US BJOOV TH1 Pf?O^RAWV5 \i NOTES FROM THE OIL FIELD Jones & Eubank, Inc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 19 November 1926

V [/' / Ubc Saiut 30 Meekly Gribuue RUBBER TREE FOUND Catered-at the Postoffleo at Saint Jo,Texaa, aa Second .Claft Matter Published Krery Friday first building east of Citizens National Ban* >r L. J. B EYNOLD8, Editor and Proprietor Subscription Rutes: Oae year $1.50, six months 75c. four moths 60c, one month 15c. in advance Advertising rates sent to any address on application. Saint Jo, TWont^gue County, Texas, Friday Nov. 19, 1926 "The liberal soul shall be made fat: and be that, watered shall be watered a'so him^elr. He that withholdeth corn, the people shall cul'se him: but blesain? •shall be upon tbe.head of biro that selleth it."—Prev. 11:25, 26 JUST REMOVE THE CAUSE. In a recent magazine, whirl circulates, to the general public, the layman is very pithily t«>ld thej.easiedt and quickest way to find relict from pain. The formula is, "Learn the cause and try to remove it." . ..Good adtine that, But isn't it just a bit strange that doctors, ^ho claim to have at least aver...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 19 November 1926

~ VJ I L ll i i . $> tmr t«fvr m wiwn ■* ■MM (lire fallal leas D4LL4S BANK AND MILAS.TEXAS &ZK.JL* 1926 -WCj,J£S* ORDER™ WOT • MtGUTlftiBLt JUST TO IMPRESS UPOH YOU Trtfc B B/kVW&S OM "TrlC* NCW6 ANNUAL (ICOUCtO RMC oiHPeft.* TREA YOU CAN SAVEr Annual Reduced R^tes Offer lift late Maron^ Make Yourself a Christmas Present For the last two years The Dallas News Annual Reduced Rata* bar* been lower than any other North Texas big city News- paper Ohm it was necessary tc compromise on quality in order to save money. Now you can get the best for less. The Dallas News Is Noted For Its financial, market and oil pages, filled with complete, accurate reports, written by recognized authorities. Leading articles by the foremost thinkers of many callings. Clean popular fiction serials by well-known writers. Women's page", with society news, fashion notes, home •conomice, Political news and cartoons Wholesome comic strips daily and a big eight-page Sunday Comic Section ^he livest sport...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 19 November 1926

lt :/ Li 7 IT' e MMMHH 5TTS* ■: TO-?. J Attend This Money Saving Sale JgZS II ,000 Stock. of at Big Sacrifice—Help Y< sSr 11 We Are Sacrificing Our Profits to Get a Big Volume—Buy Now and Save WE MUST TURN OUR MERCHANDISE INTO CASH RIGHT NOW - We purchased large quantities of Fall and Winter Merchandise anticipating an Early Fall Business There is nothing left for us to do except reduce our Stock Quickly and Sacrifi< Think of Buying BRAND NEW SEASONABLE MER< OUR GREATEST HUNDREDS OF THEM, IN THE FINEST MATERIALS, STYLES- AND MODELS. IF YOU NEED A (X)AT NOW BY ALL MEANS TAKE AD- VANTAGE O FTHESE TRE- MENDOUS REDUCTIONS. ~ OUR FINEST WOOL AND SILK DRESSES . Reduced to *• • *10*15 $20 Prices to Suit Your $ *£ A $ Be Here on Opening Day of Sale CHAMOISETTE GLOVES Ladies Kid, Felt Lined SUPPERS $1". Ladles Embroidered Flannel GOWNS 59c Fitted Vanity j Double Bed Size PURSES, leg. $1.50 Checked Blankets 79c j 98c Extra Special Friday Only REGULAR $1.95 FINE SILK CHIFFON HOSIERY ....

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