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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 April 1927

« 4 > if -1 , .A t£& ■ *•' * ■ : ' : <TL..* '*■;>-; ^ r.'■>:*'< ■ '■ :i.W6ft THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Entered at the Postoffice at Saint Jo, Texas as Second Class Matter, 1898. Published every Friday. L. J. REYNOLDS Editor and Proprietor. friday, APRIL ■, 1927 Subscription Rales—in Advance One year $1.00 Six months „ 50 Three months .25 The prices of gasoline. Advertising rates for display space made known on application. Business Locals, Obituaries, Cards, of Thanks, announcements of enter- tainments where admission fees are charged or collections taken up or accepted, eulogies, poems, etc., will be sharped for at five cents per line for each insertion. OUR STUPENDOUS TAXES. When one undertakes to analyze the taxing system and its various ramifi- A man walked into a drug store and paid $1.2d for a jar of pharmaceuti- cal preparation that he knew would have cost 87 cents at another store a block away. He thought nothing of it, climbed in his car and drove off. An hour...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 April 1927

/ LU-L f* i \ i MR $87.50 *s? .i) /5-Piece Suite Finish Green and Cafe 4 Piece Suite - - $81.75 ® Finish Green and Cafe' 4-Piece Suite Finish Shaded Walnut V 4/; r w (, ' > T' >,V t; <£«&** w}*-t M MA a; ii t. Wi Mor Iron isec .1 $79.75 j ®33l $17.75 r?? Funeral Directors Auto Hearse and Ambulance Service Pfc owe; D ay N -Hi: 22 EMBALMING cr5* v. btu !i p ***> (; ttw l\ y V lit# Helping You Bm.!d hinc; < ! v (C« & -V ... % i -"Xr '£'• ■ WHAT CHILDREN SHOULD KNOW. ♦ In tks Anhlin Nights t ales folks used to ;'H on niji;•■ i< i'ui'pel" and nuike > In thut i ;■ rud lb ill oil' to distant lands, ill en.- Mill J " •i nevs wore nmdt and comfort. —o— Ac Mer.t irf? ranee companion have liitt:. hate for manic cm-pots it ' oii. c and lijines, as they pay out v r at many Lhousand dnllais each year r >j-.o ■ vccoiiTd from slipping on ii' ' i in-urun.-o mngazne carries I • of v is called the Du 'on;. '■!' '■ ' 11 hor. I* lakes tlio magic o'ii of rugs and keep i ii...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 April 1927

THE SAINT. JO TRL JNE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY No 2 Corn, per can - •• .10 Elfood's Mayonaise Dressing - .25 Heinz Pure Cider Vinegar, pts. .20 3-lb. can Chesca Coffee, guaran- teed to please - - 1.45 3 lbs. Peaberry Coffee - - 1.00 WE HAVE A FINE LINE OF PLANTING SEES We want you to vist us :: "Mrs. Tubbs of Shantytown. two residences were blown completel npletely injured. | away. No one was seriously 11 The house of "Robert Pruitt, editor SURPRISINGLY INTERESTING * of the Observer, was demolished. | * _ ^ * Mrs. Mary Brumley was found un-, conscious 50 yards from the spot! C Following is the cast of characters in the play, "Mrs. Tubbs of Shanty- town," to be given by pupila of Saint „ „ Jo school Friday night, April 15: conscious 50 yards from the spot! Using CO feet of hose and two high The play is a comedy-drama in 3 1 where her home was a wreck. pressure pumps, four men drew $200- acts, by Walter Ben Hare. | The two Christian churches were 000 worth of whisky from a govern- Cast. en...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 April 1927

f 1 ■ r MB[ v.,' - - ■ ' r THE SAINT JO ■ *jip v tw*21fP?a *wEsflE " y-'fuMI -4- ESTABLISHED 1898 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1927 VOLUME 29, NUMBER M Would Have a Fit The teacher asked Willie this one: "If your mother had $2 and your father gave her $3 more, what would she have?" Willie promptly replied: "She would have a FIT." It's that way in a good many families. Pa is usually pretty tight. He has to be in order to make both ends meet. But in most cases tho wife is economical and would appreciate a little bank account all her own, and would take good care of it. Try it and see. It will give her a knowledge of business af- fairs. The First National Bank. II. D. FIELD, President JOE BOWERS, Cashier S. M. KING, Vice President GEO. A. WRIGHT, Ass't Cashier NOTES FROM THE OIL FIELD Oil news among the derricks this week has been awfuly quiet. So much rain and such stormy weather follow- ing a decline in the price of crude have put a quietus on the oil indus- tr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 April 1927

THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Entered at the P Texas at Second Published every Friday. L,J. REYNOLDS Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1927 Subscription Rates—in Advance 0.ne yew ?1.00 Six months go Three months "_Y.Y_V.26 Advertising rates for display space made known on application. Business Locals, Obituaries, Cards, o . Thanks, announcements of enter- tainments where admission fees arc charged or collections taken up or accepted, eulogies, poems, etc., will be charged for at five cents per line for each insertion. FUNERAL WITHOUT A CORPSE Instances of bootleggers employing hearses for transportation of their contraband product have been noted in the press of the country, and it is related^ that in one instance in Detroit an entire "funeral procession," in- cluding the hearse and the cars for the mourners, were found to be full of liquor. A similar incident is reported from Italy, where a Mussolini edict for- bids the baking of bread waiter than the prescribed "economy loaf" made o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 April 1927

... m * t • - iTCKfttt Bh| •-' ••.,•" ,~X " T# \ •, •'* «,•• • JfWU ?. *."7 7:"*- .• . -v • /.. rfyffc* . • .$< ;V"€V '' •' viaR-wTfs A RA B ESQ Armstrong's Newest Idea An Ultra-Modern Floor at a Surprisingly Low Cost A NEW SURFACE TEXTURE On Display with 15 Additional Patterns Funeral Directors Auto Hearse and Ambulance Service Phone: Day 57, Night 22 EMBALMING SCOTT BROS. Helping You Build Since 1890 •< :« Sk f PENSIONS FOR PREACHERS I other compounds, made ! table and animal oils, from vege- or combina- Presbyterian Church to Raise sr>,ft(}0- tions thereof, and "churned, emulsi- 000 for the Purpose. fled, or however mixed, colored to look like butter," have been declared The following from the New York by the Bureau of Internal Revenue Times will be of linterest to all who taxable as artificially colored oleo- believe that merit should be rewarded margarine. by provisions for old age: | The manufacturers and producers "Ten years ago under the leader- have been notified t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 April 1927

mm r. 4 B183^ ? £. ■, '• if f'i • ; v'* *< • - &li 1, i.'■:. •„ tfl i*. . * ' *V,< ;j. • #"J iif SPECIALS FRIDAY MI SATURDAY Sudan Grass Seed, per 100 lbs. Tomato Plants, fresh, 2 bunches - .4i Eagle Brand Potted /Weat, 4 cans - .li Small Sliced Pineapple, per can - - .If Small Crushed Pineapple, 3 cans for .3f QUALITY GROCERY Bowie, Texas 1 P.M. Saturday, April 23 All arrangements are complete to again this year give these thrilling and entertaining Rodeos Free to the Public the Fourth Saturday of each month for 5 months. Everybody invited to attend. ►♦++. COTTON SCHOOL 0 p E N S Bowie Commercial College will open THE ANNUAL COnON CLASSING SCHOOL June 6, 1927 Full information will be sent promptly on request Bowie Commercial College Bowie, Texas ♦■I"M'«*"M'++*++++4^++++*i+*+++++*+*++**+*+*+++++.M.++.M.* I U Car comes in Friday Wholesale Crystal Pop Delivered anywhere in City Phone 141 C. O. WILKERSON \mbs 10AINT SO TRIBUNH LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Mra. Jack Hoffman of Iowa Park v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 29 April 1927

P9p? j-^'lp ^'r** V ..- r..' tf"?*-" •-* i -4?♦v®F'' pwpeSS PiNf ffiSF?1 *s**r- r - |s9bHB THE SAINT ESTABLISHED 1898 SAINT JO. MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1927 VOLUME 29, NUMBER 24 M t) *4 ■ ' You'll Not Retire Always remember you will not draw interest or retire on the money you have SPENT, but you may on what you SAVE. Put a part of your income regularly in our reliable Bank. Take just pride in watching the account grow. The dollars you handle are not much account to you unless they are yours. The ones you have spent are gone for good. The ones you deposit at once become your servants. The First National Bank. H. D. FIELD, President JOE BOWERS, Cashier S. M. KING, Vice President GEO. A. WRIGHT, Ass't Cashier NOTES FROM THE OIL FIELD Gist and Grady on the Harris farm are drilling around 1,700 feet. Thornton-Toubert on the Cannon farm are feeling for Bulcher sand. , —o— Kewanee Oil Company is spudding in a west offset to the Chapman-La- Nier well on the Montgomery far...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 29 April 1927

lit Illll I *•* IIHMIIH v: THE SAINT JO T„*I1 Entered at the Poatofflce at Silnt Jo, Texas a« Second Claw Matter, ig98. Published every Friday. L. J. REYNOLDS Editor and Proprietor.. VOLUME 29, NUMBER 24 Subscription Rates—in Advance One year $1.00 Six months 50 Three months .26 Advertising rates for display space made known on application. Business Locals, Obituaries, Cards of Thanks, announcements of enter- tainments where admission fees nre charged or collections taken up or accepted, eulogies, poems, etc., will be charged for at five cents per line for each insertion. • LET IT BE REPEALED. factuj® and distribution give employ- ment to millions of people. What th4 future holds in the way of further devices for the betterment' of living conditions 110 man can foresee. The time is coining when every1; I progressive community \yill be to' some extent an industrial community. It follows then that those communities which bestir themselves toward the securing of industrial enterprises ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 29 April 1927

r: 'F7 a -w; liF ■ i --these floors | save money, tfme and backs §f To every woman, the Town Crier now in our gw window brings good news. Drudgery and ££ back-breaking are banished. For once we re- iH place your troublesome old floors with modern /£§ floors of Armstrong's Linoleum, there's no scrubbing, and a dry mopping in the only care. They look expensive, but they're not. Come gg and see. £5 i: ***************** S3 m m % M & m m Funeral Directors Auto Hearse and Ambulance Service 8 Jg Phone: Day 57, Night 22 jj|J EMBALMING • M | SCOTT BROS. 1 Helping You Build Since 1890 mmmmmmmmmmwmmmm EIGHTH WONDER OF THE WORLD Stone Mountain Said to Be One of Nature's Greatest Wonders. DALLAS, Texas, April 23.—Colonel Randolph, president of the Stone Mountain Memorial Association, made the following statement regarding Stone Mountain: "The monument will be the eighth wonder of the world. The mountain itself is one of nature's greatest won- ders. It rises abruptly from the plains. It is on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 29 April 1927

T fe&isS' « MONDAY No. 2 Corn, per can - - .10 4-lb. Package Seedless Raisins - .40 Gallon Delmonte Pineapple - .75 Large Winesap Apples, per dozen, .40 Large Red Ball Oranges, " " .40 5-lb. Bucket Peanut Butter - 1.10 1 Doz. Crescent Matches - - .45 0Hiny«Y Card of Thanks. Johnnie Fern Martin. We wish to thank all our friends and acquaintances and others for timely assistance and expressions of sympathy in our time of sorrow and bereavement caused by the death of our darling baby, Johnnie Fern. May the Lord blesss you all, is our prayer. W. B. MARTIN and WIFE. 0- Bring your chickens, eggs, butter and cream to the Saint Jo Produce Co. We always pay the highest mar- ket price. Johnnie Fern, seven weks old daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Martin died at their home in Nocona Saturday, April 23. The death was due to a severe attack of whooping cough. The remains were brought to Saint Jo Sunday and funeral services held at the Church of Christ, conducted by Elder John T. Lauderdale, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 6 May 1927

■pr -" WM w~<• ' ■ ' "■■■■' • - &U • • ..•• • W, i* V *$Q.*c , ^ . *£-*0* t ? fBgt/ mWr"* W r" ESTABLISHED 1896 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 6,1927 VOLUME 29, NUMBER 25 Fairy Tales Beware of the smooth investment salesmen who charm you with stories of wonderful earnings of the "securities" they offer. Their stories are mostly fairy tales. Always the greater the earnings promised, the greater the danger of a loss of the whole thing. Keep your savings in a good bank like ours. Then consult your banker before makiing investments. It takes a lot of effort to accumulate money. Take no chances of losing it after you get it. We will be glad to advise you about making investments. The First National Bank. H. D. FIELD, President JOE BOWERS, Cashier GEO. S. M. KING, Vice President A. WRIGHT, Ass't Cashier NOTES FROM THE OIL FIELD Gist and Grady, on the W. H. Har- ris farm, four miles northeast of town picked up an oil sand at 1760 feet and are reaming a six and a quart...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 6 May 1927

\ •../* •> •V ■ KiiHfl r-V'. v'-- . S.jJbOi V ',y wGSfat' IIMMMMM 1 I i! THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE] Entered at the Poitoffice at Balnt Texas as Second i Published every Matter L. J. RE YNOLDS Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1927 Subscription Rates—in Advance One year $1.00 Six months 50 Three months 25 Advertising rates for display space made known on application. Business Locals, Obituaries, Cards, of Thanks, announcements of enter- tainments whjre admission fees are chargcd or collections taken up or accepted, eulogies, poemB, etc., will be charged for at five cents per line for each insertion. The "go-getter" is also sometimes a goat-getter. Many merchants report a splendid trade on Trades Day, and say the people came in large numbers Mon- day afternoon. Scientists figure that each kiss shortens one's life three minutes. But lots of people, especially we young folks, think its worth the price and then some. The business done by the merchants on first Monday gives a pretty goo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 6 May 1927

H?/* z 1 i...1 ♦<iiiiiiM n«>i iii)'iMninimMiniiMnnin -these floors save money, time and backs i To every woman, the Town Crier now in our window brings good news. Drudgery and back-breaking are banished. For once we re- place your troublesome old floors with modern floors of Armstrong's Linoleum, there's no scrubbing, and a dry mopping in the only care. They look expensive, but they're n^t. Come and see. v Funeral Directors Auto Hearse and Ambulance Service Phone: Day 57, Night 22 EMBALMING SCOTT BROS. Helping You Build Since 1890 You Can sharpen your razor blades in ten seconds if you use a Valet AutoS t rop Razor—the only razor that sharpens Its own blades. $Z up to $25* A&let .Aito~5trop Razor —Sharpen# /fie// © ;; NOTICE fO MAKE MWERAL LEASE. " No. 2369. In the matter of the Guardianship of C. J. Donnell et al., Minors. In the County Court of Montague County, Texas. TO ALL .PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ESTATE: Notice is hereby given that I, R. J. Donnell, Guardian o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 6 May 1927

§5- 2F31*- !;^€: SPECIALS FRIDAY AMD SATURDAY Cottonseed Meal, per 100 lbs. - 1.90 Shorts, per 100 lbs. - - - 1.90 Cut Corn Chops, screened, 100 lbs. 1.75 Wheat, per 100 lbs. - ■ - 1.95 Maize, per 100 lbs. - - 1.35 Plain Block Salt, per block - .40 LOW RATE EXCURSION VIIKATY $8.50 jLX"m a A Rniinrl Trio TO for Bathing Girl Revue May 21-23 For tickets good in sleepers SI.00 higher plus I'ulman fare. ASK YOUR LOCAL "KATY" AGENT for information re- « > garding train service, dates of sale, etc. Proposing an amendment to the Con- stitution of the State of Texas re- moving from the Constitution all limitations as to the amount of compensation of officers, the com- pensation and expenses of said of- ficers to be as provided byNlaw, and fixing the compensation of tlM Gov- ernor, and providing that said amendment shall be effective on and after January 17 1929, and not sooner. Be it Resolved by the Legislature of the State of Texas: Section 1. That Article XVI of the Constitution of ((he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 13 May 1927

"if VV \'Jr r ' i f.'' ' •' W v f> B? • siWr VI . .w n' %> SK8 • • . ' ESTABLISHED 1898 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1927 Shooting form the Hip "These days when a man makes a grab for his hip, you don't know whether he is going to treat or take a shot at you." —Si Chestnut. Probably in either case you would f?et tho worst of it. But suppose it happens to be a real hold-up man. He doesn't shoot from the hip. He sticks his gun right in your face and orders: "Hands up." And up they fro and you are cleaned out, unless you keep your money on deposit and pay by check. The hold-up man doesn't care for your check book. .Friends and acquaintances ace in vited to be 1 he First Nati on?H Bank. H. D. FIELD, President S. M. KING, Vice President JOE BOWERS, Cashier GEO. A. WRIGHT, Ass't Cashier Dr. J. E Smith Fatally as His Car Misses Bridge and Plunges into Cr VOLUME 29, NUMBER 26 NOTES FROM THE OIL FIELD Kewanee Oil Company's east offset to Texas company's well is dri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 13 May 1927

■ HI SMS. mr \m'r. ■:"<s'" . '•' V. ••-' 4 .:•■■. pMt . r -/ v - t : N > * W. - SSi** ■ . < ■ +--P'.-Jr T m ' l": ''V'"" *7 - ~ J : ''..' * 'i- v'-- ... .- : . f - • •>?&■■/■%* *>;><: .'.- •/. . - ... ^ ' -■ ImBRSSmr >>. - - *&■ - r\: \ THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Entered at the Postofflce at Saint Jo, Texas as Second Class Matter, 1898. Published every Friday. L.J.REYNOLDS Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, MAY - 1927 Subscription Rates—in Advance One year $1.00 Six months 60 Three months .25 Advertising rates for display space made kpown on application. Business Locals, Obituaries, Cards, of Thanks, announcements of enter- tainments where admission fees are charged or collections taken lip or accepted, eulogies, poems, etc., will be charged for at five cents per line for each insertion;- DR. JAMES ELMORE SMITH. A Short Sermon By Rev. S. L. Ball, Sherman, Texas In the opinion of at least 9i> percent of the people of this community, the foremost cit'zen of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 13 May 1927

I I' r | I * I i ! • \ * 4' ' • A -. . V ' ' =-these floors save money, time and backs To every woman, the Town Crier now in our window brings good news. , Drudgery and back-breaking are banished. For once we re« ptace your troublesome old floors with modern floors of Armstrong's Linoleum, there's no scrubbing, ^nd a dry mopping in the only care. They look expensive, but they're n^t. Come and see. Funeral Directors Auto Hearse and Ambulance Service Phone: Day 57, Night 22 EMBALMING SCOTT BROS. Helping You Build Since 1890 TO "LL holders of SECOND L!CTY LOAN BONDS NOTICE OF REDEMPTION AH outstanding Second Liberty Tyoan \ per cent bonds of 1927 42 (Kccdnil 4's) and all outstanding Second Libertv Lot.i Converted A % par cent bond.? of U>27-.J (Second 4j4'i) are called for redemption on November 15, 1927, pursuant to the tornia of the?'* ii sue. lute vat on all H<v*.ond 4's and Second 4^4's will ccah<3 «. i aid redemption date, November 15, JD27. of {T.'cor.d 4'a and Mi'h will...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 13 May 1927

■M ; i: *• ;■ ."v T• * v- v „ *, i r'Jtf'' • k.;-: mx I I H FRIDAY and HAY Bananas, nice and large, per doz. .35 Winesap Apples, large, per doz. - .40 Honeysuckle syrup, large size - 1.75 Heinz Peanut Butter, 10-oz. - .25 Brown's Graham Crackers, 2 1-2 lb. .40 SOAP Palmolive, Creme Oil, Lux, Lava, Grandpa^ Cascade Coco, 4 bars .25 Vari Camel's White Laundry, 6 for .20 Mrs. Dan Flanery and little niece, Mable Childress, were Gainesville vis- C. R. Wilson left Wednesday for Ti- ail Round Trip TO for X II Bathing Girl Revue . May 21-23 For tickets good in sleepers 81.00 higher plus Pulman fare. 4 ASK YOUR LOCAL "KATY" AGENT for information re- | ffardinjf train service, dates of sale, ctc. !$ 1 " If you are sick- Go to your Doctor. If you are hungry- Go to your Grocer. i iters Wednesday. . Jeon le oga, where he had been called because of the death of his uncle, Sam Wil- son. Mrs. S. C. Pedigo visited in Gaines- ville Wednesday. Mrs. B. D. Franklin and Miss Mil- dred Hemphill were shopp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 20 May 1927

THE SAINT ESTABLISHED 1898 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1927 VOLUME 29, NUMBER 27 Taking Chances The United States Treasury estimates that more than $400,000,000 is at the present time hoarded in stockings, old sugar bowls, teapots and other hiding places. People have in many instances become afraid to place their money in Panks, yet they are taking greater chances of loss every day from fire, theft or other causes by keeping their money secreted. They need take no chances by placing their money on deposit in our reliable Bank. Our record sneaks for itself. "CONFIDENCE 18 WHAT COUNTS. The First National Bank. H. D. FIELD, President JOE BOWERS, Cashier S. M. KING, Vice President GEO. A. WRIGHT, Ass't Cashier NOTES FROM THE OIL FIELD The Texas well No. 2 on the H. L. Dennis farm, made 1,000 barrels when swabbed, and Kewanee's No. 2 was reported to be equally as good. McElreath and Suggett, on the W. R. Cannon farm are said to be at the danger point, having struck ...

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