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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 20 May 1927

i* fc S ♦<muhh H r THE SAtNt JO TRIBUNE Entered at the Poateffice at Saint Jo, Texaa as Second Class Matter, 1898. Published every Friday. L. J. REYNOLDS Editor and Proprietor. Friday, may 20, 1927 Subscription Rates—in Advance One year $1.00 Six months 60 Three months 25 Advertising rates for display space made Known on application. Business Locals, Obituaries, Cards, of Thanks, announcements of enter- tainments whero admission fees are chargcd *j)r collections taken up or accepted, eulogies, poems, etc., will be charged for at^ive cents per line for each insertion. PLATFORM OF INDUSTRY. According to a recent announce- ment by President J. E. Edgerton of the National Association of Man- ufacturers, that oganization in co- operation with other industrial lead- ers will shortly formulate what is to be known as a "Platform ot' Anieri can Industry," in which plans for the United States will b* presented to rtte public. The idea, as we understand it, is to enlist the support of the p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 20 May 1927

SSWIr \ <;-7 IP..> v> '• ■ .J* *, ,?*■■ piSjPK ! Again—- '; ! i <■; 1 • | I« 13 ty It 1 <> A ItOHItl 1 HIM fecutrix and-sole deriaee of the estate * 'of G. H. Seiber, deceased, placed in Sfc-S Another big reduction in RUGS. Why? SO THAT OUR PATRONS CAN REAP THE BENEFITS OF A LOWER PRICE LEVEL. : Armstrong Jaspe' Rugs THE JASPE RUGS GIVE A NATURAL EFFECT THAT CANNOT BE OBTAINED BY ALL-OVER PRINTING. BEAUTIFUL AND APPROPRIATE DECORATIONS ARE PRINTED ON A BASE OF ARMSTRONG'S JASPE LINOLEUM SUITABLE FOR BED ROOMS, DINING ROOMS, AND OTHER PLACES WHERE A BEAUTIFUL RUG OF THE "EASY-TO-CLEAN" TYPE IS DESIRED Funeral Directors Auto Hearse and Ambulance Service Phone: Day 57, Night 22 EMBALMING SCOTT BROS. Helping You Build Since 1890 78 Seconds Irons lather to towel — that speedy shave means a super* keen blade. Only one razor sharpens its own hlades. Valet Aito^Strop Razor —Sharpen* It—If —$1 up to $2S C. H. DUNBAR Funeral Director Homer Donnell, Assistant Calls answered a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 20 May 1927

Y jgfti ~HiMs w^ww^w^!f^r. '-*" -:' ^ ''/"' ~:*~*'z:'"'■■■ '-• 4 ■avT7* o ' . •„ .*' '■ *'' ■ V - ' "' '-" V'* ~ J* * H,:- OTPS- 4 • * > v> ' 1 %: J.",' • ■-" . — .. -- !'/ IA FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 8 1-3 lb. Sax Purina Chick Startena .50 50-lb. II II Baby Ghick Chow 1 60 25-lb. II II Growera 1.30 25-lh. II II Chick Startenn 1 40 25-lb. 11 II Baby Chick Chow 1.05 Yellow Dent Seed Corn, per hunhel 1.70 1-lb. Shilling Coffee and measuring spoon .GO Round Trip i LOW RATE EXCISION mKATY 70 Galveston for Bathing Girl Revue May 21-23 For tickets good in sleepers $1.00 higher plus I'ulmuii fare. ASK YOUR LOCAL "KATY" AGENT for information re- garding train service, dates of sale, ctc. WHEN TO COME AND CO. Following is the time table for pus- senger trains passing through Saint j Jo oh the M-K-T railway: East Bound. No. 38 1:57 A. M.I No. 36. 9:12 A. M. No. 32.. 5:32 P. M. West Bound. No. 37. 4:05 A. M.j No. 31 12:50 P. M.I No. 35. 7:22 P. M. j Sore Gums Now Curable. You won't be ashamed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 27 May 1927

&HS? <Wsx -4. r v VJC JO X -Sim ESTABLISHED 1898 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1927 VOLUME 19, NUMBER 28 525 Her Ruby Lips Says Si Chestnut: "Her lips may be rubies, her teeth pearls and her eyes diamonds—but when ehe marries, she'll expect you to pay the grocery bills." Of course she will, and you'll do it gladly. And if you are wise you will also save a little something irom your income, for a rainy day. And you will be wiser still if you keep your funds in u safe, reliable, trustworthy Bank like ours. WE WILL APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS. The First National Bank. H. D. FIELD, President JOE BOWERS, C«shier S. M. KING, Vice President GEO. A. WRIGHT, Ass't Cashier 35 BILL BOOSTER SAYS: O" THIWK A SWIWX CITY IS MO PLACE TO COUPUCTAFEUa EVERY PAV VOU MEET THE OTHER. FELLOW FACE TO PAGE, VJHICH IS EMBARRASSING- TO NOU BOTH. IF NOU ARE TIRED OF BEIWg- ESTRAVlGfEO FROWV SOMEOUG, SPEAK. THE M0CT TIME NOU MEET, AMD SEE HOVJ EASE.* "THE OTHER FELLOW \S TO SORV TWS HAT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 27 May 1927

, MW S8E •-K.". | m ■ ;.v ; ' ■ . r-tKraHuf- *? Vrl m m*MXk 'SWfWtoS f" *•* * >£ v' tA 3S S *>-.-•• . v- 3s? THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Entered at the PoitoxficYat Saint Jo, TeXM at Second Class Matter, 1898 Published every Friday. L. J. REYNOLDS Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, MAY 27, "*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 where admission fees are charged or collections taken up or accepted, eulogies, poems, etc., will be charged for at five cents per line for each insertion. PROTECTING THE WATERS. To find and supply to the people enough fresh, clean water becomes in- creasingly a problem as populations congest. So numerous are great cities in England, that some are finding the problem very serious. Refuse from cities and industries taints streams and sometimes destroys them as sources of water sup...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 27 May 1927

* mm y * • - J I' -9BE W > tii > * ii i m ii Again— Another big reduction in RUGS. Why? SO THAT OUR PATRONS CAN HEAP THE BENEFITS OF A LOWER PRICE LEVEL. Armstrong Jaspe' Rugs THE JASPE RUGS GIVE A NATURAL EFFECT THAT CANNOT BE OBTAINED BY ALL-OVER PRINTING. BEAUTIFUL AND APPROPRIATE DECORATIONS ARE PRINTED ON A BASE OF ARMSTRONG'S JASPE LINOLEUM SUITABLE FOR BED ROOMS, DINING ROOMS, AND OTHER PLACES WHERE A BEAUTIFUL RUG OF THE "EASY-TO-CLEAN" TYPE IS DESIRED. Funeral Directors Auto Hearse and Ambulance Service Phone: Day 57, Night 22 EMBALMING SCOTT BROS. Helping You Build Since 1890 educe lour shaving expense. Yet get a quick, sfiiootb shave* The oni.y razor insuring a super* keea blade for every shave is the VaHst AutoStrop !SLs«;or. up to ;>zor .•■-sia Itsulf C. H. DUNBAR Funeral Director Homer Donnell, Assistant Calls answered any hour, Day or Night Night call, Saint Jo 2, 3 rings. Auto Hearse and Ambulance Service furnished from Saint Jo Burial Supplies Carried at SA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 27 May 1927

I I r II * C ".S ? fo. jPSfifi-f!* ya P8F9 •wuy- ■•Bra \^V t- <' t-y LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Mrs. B. K. McCltire of Burkburnett is here visiting her father, B. E. Bean and family. Walter Scott, Jr., returned Monday night from a trip to Fort Worth and Dallas. D. D. Griffin of Sanger, a former resident qt this city, was a .business visitor here Tuesday. Mrs. Jess Ely and little daughter Helen of Gainesville are visiting her mother, Mrs. J. H. Dort. Mrs. B. D. Franklin and Miss Mil- dred Hemphill were shopping in Gainesville Monday. Miss Elva Weatherfurd of Henri etta is visiting her sister, Mrs. Har- ry Hundley. •—o— Otho Magee and his brother, Bill Magee, and Mrs. Hassie Staples and children of Nocona spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Homer Magee. ——o— Mrs. Clarence Moore and little son, Bobert Lee, and Mrs.Katherine Lane and daughter, Miss Billie, were in Gainesville Monday. Mrs. Henry Phillips spent last week end visiting in Grandview, bridging her little granddaughter, Elizabeth Jane Ald...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 3 June 1927

r£*V.'3£&Ar>'~ « igsSu *****? ■ ESTABLISHED 1898 ^1 TRIBUNE I i \ ' > •f ' • I \ A > * ■ Not an Average Bank A greenhorn asked the porter how much he expected «b an average tip and was informed that a dollar was the average. So the greenhorn paid and the porter said: "Thank you, boss; you's de first one dat's come up to de average." We will go further than that. Our Bank is ABOVE the average ban)?, not only in excellent banking facilites and reli- able service, but in the matter of stability and resources and in conservative business methods. Your funds are safe in our burglar proof vaults. The First National Bank. H. 1). FIELD, President JOE BOWERS, Cashier S. M.' KING, Vice President i GEO. A. WRIGHT, Ass't Cashier NOTES FROM THE OIL FIELD Oil news is pretty scarce in this immediate vicinity this week, but re- sumpton of activities is gradually be- coming more apparent. Beckner et al., on the Crump farm one mile west of town, are still closed down. The well on the Har...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 3 June 1927

\ssm THE SAINT HARD K mon j , Entered at the*] Texte as SeGtmd Claw. Jtffitter, J898. mw Editor and Proprietor. Subscription Rates—in Ad^ajfce i OSe year ^1,99 Sot monthS't.L.U^.Uiiia.uuiJ.Li.-ti.GO T«ree months -25 tli l iyi n i <i i u .1 t i, u s> Agvertising rates for display space * marj«* known on application. fi ■a.-Tf > U T business Locals, Obituaries. Cards, ofj? Thanks, announcements oi enter- talfltei«tttg""Wlvei'e -Rdmissicm -fees pre charged or collections taken up or accepted, eulogies, poems, etc., will be charged for at five cents per line for" ej(f!h, insertion. . ■ ( ! WftBI&fr oT the'ungeeK attH the unknown seeing to have a peculiar tj^s or dawes. of the de^ly flame. Sofno people can- not,; look, over the brink of a preci- pice Ar over ,the side of « high, bridge without feylfng .ail all no si uncontrol- afcle incliuavioii Co Jiiuiji oveV,._ivgarfl- iers . oLi conseauencefe." ,W'.hlle snclr a deed cqala not be classed as all err-" tefpriae, jwt'.'the f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 3 June 1927

. , - a <■;. ; £■■•• **sr*jf ,. ■ ••••.ta I >* «« ♦*- r ,,aflEWFK8 JjAL*U; ^ ««•«'* v~as~iPf'4-'-r> ▼•'flr' O • A- v . ,u:m - . ■• V • • ??rr £&*?Yv,rreV J* ^-HGDTNE*- "T-fTf S Because— J | HO llm I) \ 1. You are welcomed. 2. You receive courteous treatment. . 3. nThe prices are lower, and 4. We'll have ICE WATER. A n *< Funeral Directors Auto Hearse and Ambulance Service Phone: Day 57, Night 22 Mil EMBALMING SCOTT BROS. Helping You Build Since 1890 ♦i II1111 M****************************************** 1/ T~v ;Kv] v3!aave £|«Bieitfy ■wills a super* keen blade. A dull blade means a slow shave. Learn what strop* ping does. Buy a Valet AutoStrop Razor. It gives a comfort, speedy shave every time. $1 up to $25. Wet AibrStiop Razor —ShurpinM Itsmlf V I'! jf I t \ C. H. DUNBAR Funeral Director * A < - \ \ \ \ V • * vi V s l' i . Homer Donnell, Assistant * v c v ' } jf * v < Calls answered any hour, Day or Night Night call, Saint Jo 2, 3 rings. Auto Hearse and Ambulan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 3 June 1927

_" * ■, • W:r-' ;".r ■mfsfrt' M.-'• jn| ■ "i J- V .(.**•• v; '••>!, ■ -#5 ®a!r; SHB6)e '■'* . - vi#Vv ;Vr" •«.• ' ■ •■*% ■ r*v 1' .,r,S3\^ ' „ > ftl- ' BfcTi. *L*f " sir- SsnSHHI ! I I ass I !> I LOCAL NEWS ITEMS' Misses Eva and Mary Hoqver and Charlene Bowara were Bowie visitors Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Killough and family of Duncan, Okla., spent last week end with Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Camp and family. Misses Eva and Mary Hoover and Dave Peery went to Denton Wednes- day where Miss Mary is attending summer school. —o— •T. 0. Maguire returned Sunday from Sherman where Mrs. Maguire is in Sherman Hospital. He says she is improving rapidly and will probably be brought home some time next week. —0— Miss Iris Mitchell of Hardy com- munity is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Char- lie Wilson this week. —o— Miss Helen Rogers returned Wed- nesday to Dallas, where she is spend- ing the summer, after a few days visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lon Rogers. •—o— Will Lee of Lubbock, a former r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 June 1927

Grct pL-',. >$£#* ► JkjjSHXJV(F*!9 r$>~ 'j* BBSS r< t > • -# THE '. • # ESTABLISHED 1898 i 9 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 1®, 1 27 VOLUME 29, NUMBER 30 A Modern Convenience. The world moves forward every day. The Bank has be- come a modern convenience. Its services are at the Jisposal of the entire community. Can we be of serv|pe to you in any way? We want you to feel free to call on us. We safeguard your funds, give ad- vice on investments, issue drafts, pay your taxes, make out legal papers, collect rrjts, write/ insurance, furnish a safe place for your securities, papers, legal documents and valuables, ac- knowledge deeds and other papers, in fact are here to serve you any way we can. The First National Bank. COUNTY SEAT HAPPENINGS DYE MOUND NEWS H. D. FIELD, President JOE BOWERS, Cashier S. M. KING, Vice President GEO. A. WRIGHT, Ass't Cashier BILL BOOSTER SAYS: 0* OME PERSONS I KUOW ARE LED TO TRADE IU KJEARBV CITIES BECAUSE OP TWE\EA.DERJ" USED BY...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 June 1927

- L C V?, THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Enters* at the Postofflc« at Sflbit Jo, Texas as Second Class Matter, 1898. Published erery Friday. L. j. RE YNOUDS Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1927 Subscription Kates—in Advance One year $1.00 Six months 50 Three months .25 Advertising rates for display apace made known on application. Business Locals, Obituaries, Cards, of Thanks, announcements of enter taiuments where admission fees are charged or collections taken up or accepted, eulogies, poems, etc., will be charged for at five cents per line for each insertion, SHALL WE LET THEM PUT IT OVER? It is strictly against the policy and rule of any reputable newspaper to publish unsgined communications, and the Tribune is loath to violate the rule, but the following letter from one who claims to be a citizen of Saint jo is so timely and discusses a mat- ter of such vital public importance that we are going to viola .e the tale this once and publish the letter with- out knowing positively who...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 June 1927

yfeaps j/. ; -; ■ '../ . •. ' V </'_ '. •' , A <" , / ; ' : .. ' ,•' -jS* j * <*** «i? I The Best Place to Trade ';• ' why? Because— 1. You are welcomed. 2. You receive courteous treatment. 3. The prices are lower, and 4. We'll have ICE WATER. / * Funeral Directors Auto Hearse and Ambulance Service Phone: Day 57, Night 22 EMBALMING SCOTT BROS. Helping You Buihd Since 1890 x < Why Does a razor pall? A doll blade* Only a super-keen blade gives a su- per-shave* The Valet AutoStrop Razor Is the only razor that gives you a super-keen edge for every shave* $1 up to $SS. Wet ^ntcrStrop Razor —Sharpen* It fit t ; C. H. DUNBAR Funeral Director Homer Donnell, Assistant Calls answered any hour, Day or Night Night call, Saint Jo 2, 3 rings. Auto Hearse and Ambulance Service furnished from Saint Jo Burial Supplies Carried at SAINT JO and FORESTBURG W. S. SANDERS Anything in the Plumbing Line * Hardy Residence Telephone 171, Saint Jo, Texas * ***************** BARRETT SCOTT Geeral Ins...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 June 1927

t' • - m x gyjjm Wm*$^m',W£m * •' v V * e>^ XwiJ itff . ■ _ -.- • f -*£ ^ •- . ft • . LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Miss Mildred Cannon of Hnrietta is visiting friends and relatives here this week. Misses Bessie Thompson and Mary Davis spent Sunday with friends in Illinois Bend- Mrs. T. O. Maguire is now at home from the Sherman Hospital, where she went for an operation about two weeks ago. She is reported as recov- ering rapidly. —o— Miss Sara Meador is now at homo from Denton, where she has been at- tending C. I. A. ■ "O ■ Mr. and Mrs. Chancey Morgan of Whitesboro spent last week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mor- gan and family. They are on their way to Denver, Col., to spend some of these "scorching days." —o-~— Miss Irene Weddington, who has been employed as operator for the M. K. T. railway in Bonita for some time has been transferred to Henrietta, where she will work as third trick operator. Miss Isabel Johnson of Norma, Ok., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Otto Hol- land, this...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 June 1927

THE if ESTABLISHED 1898 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEX AS, FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1927 VOLUME 29, NUMBER SI Learning His Job. They say the aviator is one man who has to learn the job FROM THE GROUND UP. We presume that after that he has a FLY time. But he isn't the only one who has to know his business from the ground up. Anybody can conduct a Bank in prosperous times. It takes experience and mature judgment to do sound banking at ALL times. It is just a case of knowing your job. Security of depositors' money is of first consideration with us. The First National Bank. COUNTY SEAT HAPPENINGS DYE MOUND NEWS Court News and General Items of In- terest from Montague. H. D. FIELD, President JOE BOWERS, Cashier S. M. KING, Vice President GEO. A. WRIGHT, Ass't Cashier BILL BOOSTER SAYS: 0 MILE\ IT DOWUT COSY AtJYTOIMG AMD IT PAYS BiG* DIVIPCUDS! GO~rt> A BiQ ClTV AMD PEEL <2H\UED BY THE STtRU, UUSMIUUfJ FAC£9 OF THE PERSOUSYoUMeTV vr made VOU LOWS- For tve FRlEUDcy PA<Pe?SA(SK home, DIPM...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 June 1927

'?r .re , • "'II ' . ,.,V. . .. - , -.-ygp ■ \i~f- ■ 'V THE SAINT JO TBI Entered at the Postoffica at Texas as Second Class Matter, 1898! Published every Friday. L. J. REYNOLDS ^Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1927 Subscription Rates—in Advance One year $1.00 Six months 60 Three months .25 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 charged for at five ccnts per line for each insertion. TO CORRECT AN IMPRESSION In an article quoted in an editorial in the Tribune last week about the supposed scheme or pact between No uona and Gainesville to build good roads from their respective towns to the bridge at Illnois Bend, and ulti- mately to change highway No. 5 to go by there instead of through Saint Jo as at present, the writer of the arti- cle mentioned stated, "They have the promis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 June 1927

Book PURE DARSO SEE!D Read What Texas I* Doing * 11 k inil5555+ r I Exceptional value in Refrig- erators The "Florence" Oil Stove, tested and approved by Good Housekeeping Insti- tute, conducted by Good Housekeeping Magazine. Wustern Smokeless, Non-corrosive .22's offer: 1. Cleanliness of the borej no cleaning nec- assary. 2. Longer life of barrel, due to elimi- nation of rusting, pitting and corrosion, 3. \ better relation of primer ignition and combus- tion of powder. 4. Greater uniformity in op- era,ing the rifle. Funeral Directors Auto Hearse and Ambulance Service Phone: Day 57, Night 22 EMBALMING SCOTT BROS. Helping You Build Since 1890 Save Fa© Ones-over witla * stropped, aa° er- keen blade gives a comfort sluave and prevents skftsa Irritation* Vdet Aukrifts <v —SAafpuns iitclf —$1 Vfl tQ $3$ C. H. DUNBAR Funeral Director Homer Donnell, Assistant Calls answered any hour, Day or Night Night call, Saint Jo 2, 3 rings. Auto Hearse and Ambulance Service furnished from Saint Jo ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 June 1927

' -TV' '• J B*"- ■■ •*4g*L~Bki*l tmmmm—mm MIIIHIInmii>rHIMHMHHIMMIIIIimH>MM>ltM* ^^««M«Mm>mMMHMMMtMM« mWMHIHHI«IIMIMir I f I Mrs. C. H. Howard and Barbara I Alice Moulden were Gainesville vi8-| itors Thursday. Messrs. Lewis and Otto Holland returned Wednesday from Fairview, Okla., where they had taken Mrs. Ot- to Holland and Miss Isabel Johnson to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ewing Johnson, who were former res- idents of this place. A fishing party composed of J. L. Bellah, Misses Edith and Ila Bellah, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Gordon, and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Ware, are rusticating and viewing the wilds of nature at Katy lake this week, and trying to fool the fish. Miss Grace Broadwell of Gainesville came Wednesday to visit Mrs. Nellie Skelton and other friends here. V. T. Grimes of Corsicana is here now in the employment of the Sun Oil Co. Mrs. Grimes is expectd to come in Friday. Allan McGrady was considerably bruised, if not seriously injured Sun- day night when his car t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 24 June 1927

W$M m „ SEr^L i^rjj r>. - ,vf * ,./'w . " jrwf h n \. • fc~ **.••>&, %, ^jjsR «&$38FSMF* *' $ .T" ;**'* .-i" v'v * ';->v •?!*••• 4w . ... .."'• v !>' •• .. - 5a*-yfe .# .,-. ••**•** ••: -&8s5!& * * #.* * ESTABLISHED 1898 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 24. 1827 Your Best Friend. Pluck counts for more than luck, any time. Thrift will pull you out of a hole where extravagance will only sink you deeper. There are none so poor as those who won't save; none so poor that they cannot afford to be thrifty; none so rich that they do not need to guard their accumulations. Your BEST FRIEND is a good, reliable Bank, like ours, one that has stood every test and made good. We invite your confidence and your banking business. The First National Bank. H. D. FIELD, President JOE BOWERS, Cashier S. M. KINO, Vice President GEO. A. WRIGHT, Ass't Cashier Th' Ole Grouch AUD SO SA "THIUK VER BOV AJ2TS AWFUL-* UMV, SOU SAVJOTIMOUIOUS OLE GALOOT, HOW DO VOO CTT TUA...

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