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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 24 June 1927

' THE SAINT tDIWWiWill'WiKVX JO TRIBUNE 4«IIIIMlillMIH>W^ EhUrrtl at the Postoffic* at Saint Jo, Texas aa Second Class Matter, 1898. Published every Friday. L. J. REYNOLDS Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1927 Subscription Eat?3—in Advance Cne year $1.00 Six months ... 50 Three months 25 Advertising rates for display spaci mado known on application. Business Locals, Obituaries, Cards, of Thanks, announcements of enter- tainments where admission fees are charged or collections taken up or Hccepted, eulogies, poems, etc., will be? charged for at five cents per line for each insertion. IMPROVING WATER AND SEW ERAGE PLANTS. Judging from reports from differ- ent parts of the State, people in all classes of municipalities are becoming more and more impressed with the tmpei ative necessity of a bountiful supply of pure healthful water and an adequate and efficient sewage system in order to promote the health of the town and community. The fact that people in this country forty or...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 24 June 1927

i -'' 'r V • "■ 7f - >* ... "«7""v-ta Exceptional value in Refrig- erators The "Florence" Gil Stove, tested and approved by Good Housekeeping Insti- tute, conducted by Good Housekeeping* Magazine. Wustern Smokeless, Non-corrosive .22's oiler: 1. Cleanliness of the bore; no cleaning nec- essary. 2. Longer life of barrel, due to elimi- nation of rusting, pitting and corrosion, 3. X better relation of primer ignition and combus- tion of powder. A. Greater uniformity in op- era, ing the rifle. F11 n era! Di recto rs Aulo Hearse and Am balance Srrvicc Phone: Day 57, Night 22 EMBALMING SCOTT BROS. I Helping You Build Since 1890 *29 me a sat p&rSset comfort EMieatrsc it means a super* keen blade. You can have tfoiQ eomgorfc eves-y & ay i£ you use a Aito^Strop Razor —Sharp aiu> It fit $1 up to $£$ ('. H. DUNBAR ; Funeral Director : Homer Donnell, Assistant i ; Calls answered any hour, Day or Night : Night call, Saint Jo 2, 3 rings. ; Auto Hearse and Ambulance ; Service furnish...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 24 June 1927

■I iM " v •' •' ./ K ' • ' • v* - \ "- m 1 Miss Myrna Kai^tzar left Wed* r.esday to visit her tister in Henrietta. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Kerr and fam ily, who have„ lived here for some time, are moving to Alvord. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Sewell and fam- ily of Alvarado are moving to Saint Jo again, having been former resi- dents of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Thrasher and little son. Melvin, Jr., of Olney are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wilj Barnes this week. B. H. Hunt, who has been here since the death] of the late Dr. J. E. Smith, returned Wednesday to his home in Lvingston, Tenn. He was accompanied by Sonny Boy Smith, who will visit there for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hyman left Wednesday for Centerton, Ark.,where they plan to piake their home. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Howard and children were Denison visitors Wed- nesday. Billie Lewis of Dallas is visiling his uncle, George Gaskins, this week. Thomas Cozby, who has been here in the employ of the M.-K.-T. railway for some time, left Wednesda...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 1 July 1927

sir >- -Y: V fc ■ T ...t ■^.Wfrtwrj ESTABLISHED 1393 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1927. VOLUME 29, NUMBER 33 A Trifle Forward. "You should see the altar at our church," bragged the young man. "Lead me to it," she replied, and she had him. She may have been a trifle forward, but times have chang- ed. At least, she knew what she wanted. So does our Bank. We want more business, more customers, more accounts. We want to build up the strongest, most reliable bank in this part of the State. We want you to take advantage of the facilities we offer. There's safety, stability and security at our Bank. The First National Bank. H. D. FIELD, President JOE BOWERS, Cashier S. M. KING, Vice President GEO. A. WRIGHT, Ass't Cashier SHERMAN CONVENTION. Chamber Commerce Executives from Over State Meet for Conference. Th' Ole Grouch AUP SO VA TUltOKVER BOV ACTS AWFUL-* WHY, YOU 3AWCTIMOUIOUS OV£ GALOOT", HOVJ DO VOO GtT THAT WAV# I REMEMBER WMEUVOU WUZ A KID. TMEM K/JEW VA AU. O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 1 July 1927

EA \ • notice m imoraf t „-s iiiiiiimnmiii MMI1HM I THE SAINT J^IIBUN* 'T.V* >>""■> ■ *|vwytTl ERteni at .the Pottfefflce at Saint Jo, Texte a* Second Class Matter, 1898. r Published every Friday. L. J. REYNOLDS Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1927 Subscription Rates—in Advance One year $1.00 Sii 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 or collections taken up or accented, eulogies, poems, etc., will be charged for at five cents per line for each insertion. TH1<! NEWSPAPER REFLECTS THE TOWN. It is generally recognized that a town may be rather accurately judged so far as its progressiveness is con- cerned, by the way in which it sup- ' ports its newspaper. In other words, a creditable and prosperous looking newspaper may be safely taken as a live and enterprising community. The reason is plain. A live town natura...

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

1 (f.. • FURNITURE 1 frAPOVst roS'fivnPrr?- BJ U3ING CLEAR LACQUER UAPON S) FOR Li>iOLELii,. 65 cents for 1-2 Pint Can J O'CEDAR POLISH, 12 OZ. 60 Cents- (Polishes while Cleaning) O'CEDAR TRIANGLE FLOOR MOPS, $100 (The Triangle Mop Polishes in every corner.) SUNSTOMOEI0LLESSH F0R FURNITURr rLCGR- AND AU- PRATT & LAMBERT'S "61" LACQUER FOR HOUSE AND PORCH FURNITURE. "run HULSfc AND I: SEWELL'S LACQUER BRUSHES, 35 Cents. Funeral Directors Auto Hearse and Ambulance Service Phone: Day 57, Night 22 EMBALMING SCOTT BROS. Helping You Build Since 1890 Sharp Blades tor every shave— a barber's edge- mean an end to "pull" and mis- treated skin. Yon get a super-keen blade for every shave If yon use a Wet ArttrStrop Razor — Sharpens lUulf —$1 up to $2f J • « ■ t t. TTTTTttTTTI 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 SAIN...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 1 July 1927

r*:*£■£' liw ; J ■ TJ? &5Sfaafi •aS&S* • •* > LOCAL . NEWS ITEMS Mr. RM Mrs. Raymond Hemphill and little daughter Frances are here visting their parents, Mr." and Mrs. Mv A. Hemphill "'and Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Davis, and other relatives. lurs Tom Fields and fr.ther. D. "iV. Donnell, are spending the.weekTish-1 Stopped :rg at the big lake at Wichita' I i.lls. i return -r-p. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hoover re- turned Saturday from Tioga. F. L. Hill returned Wednesday from Houston, where h« attended the annual meeting of the Great Southern Club, composed of the best producers of bus- iness among the agents of the Great Southern Life Insurance Co. Ho went by Waco, where he Ilill, who accompanied Country Dinner KriJoyedT " PAUL REVERE ilOME - MADZJNTO SHRINE JfltT j Mr and Mrs Ed Bower* of No-j ing school duringthe winter | §u c>> , Mrs. J. S. Beard and daughter, Mrs. j ;,ib3 rzs Edes returned Wednesday J. H. Cowart, of Wichita Fall? visited t0 Gainesville after visiting relati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 July 1927

I i i'JBS I ilB vm . - / i I v) r ** t •:-v '<$: . -x "= •- .*< *;; . : ;• >• #>,;' '•'• iqf h • % '•, ■■: ■& *• y a ~ iai* JO -■ • dfert,. • A * £ A &jMft u e'£"lW*^y ESTABLISHED 1898 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1927 VOLUME 29, NUMBER 84 m Meeting Trouble. They say that people who go out hunting trouble usually find it. You can meet trouble without even HUNTING for it. And then what? Are you prepared? Suppose there is a long spell of sickness—a death in the family—an accident— losses by fire, flood, storm, theft? Then is when ready money is needed. That's, why it pays to keep a litlle account at our Bank. We can advise you in a safe line of investments for the bulk of your money, but it pays to always have a little ready money at the Bank. The First National Hank. H. D. FIELD, President JOE BOWERS, Cashier GEO. S. M. KING, Vicc President A. WRIGHT, Ass't Cashier TV Ole Grouch r 6AY, ARE we VlSITIKIGr •> \ SoeiABLV OR ARE YOU CMVIUGf A LE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 July 1927

' s ( nt I -< hbs -' .... THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Entered at the Poitoffke at Saint Jo, TAcas as Second Class Matter, 1898. Published every Friday. L. J. REYNOLDS Editor and Proprietor. ♦mwntii -*r OS? . , •——'■ ■1 ■ A Short Sermon By Rev. 5. L. Ball, Sherman, Texas Text: "What is truth?" Jno. 18:38. ( many- people attend church and Sun- day school, but many of them want FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1927 Subscription Rates—in Advance One year $1.00 Six months 50 Three months .25 - , • . . • I UctY BLIIUUII UUV IIIHI((T " **••* During the great excitement going the serviees cut very short. Recently before the crucifixon of Christ, Pilate a 0f young people were called asked of him, "What is .truth?" ^Hor an opinion as to the proper SUC11 . i Tlio oncuroc wni ♦ • Tr1 '■" * * •| NOTiCE PRQBATE HARD KNOCKS AND LOVE LICKS. Jt, has been said that man is not a creature of circumstances, and in some sense this is true, but in some other respects it is not true. They say a man should rise abovp h:s circum...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 July 1927

mwJm ,. .y?v , ;S , ;C if "m ;.v | «™11iMil?!r, i.l . I . ■■■ I I; $ E < Oil Stoves NEW PBBFECTION—Its qualities are known in every Com- munity. FLORENCE, the stove with the lighting rings and shori burners. j RED STAR (DETROIT), the wjckless stove with cast burners. BLUE BELLE, a short burner stove, with wicks instead of lighting rings QUICK MtSAL, a dependable oil stove. RELIANCE, the oil stove for camping THE KAMP KOOK, the American gas stove for tourists. ANCHOR, a low priced stove of quality. WE WILL BUY YOUR OLD STOVE Funeral Directors Auto Hearse and Ambulance Service Phone: Day 57, Night 22 EMBALMING SCOTT BROS. Helping You Build Since 1890 ft Sharp Blades for every shave— a barber's edge- mean an end to "pull" and mis* treated skin. Yon get a super-Keen blade for every •have if you use a "\fclet Aito-Stiop Razor —Sharp*™ /tittf —$1 up to SXf >1 C. H. DUNBAR Funeral Director Homer Donnell, Assistant Calls answered any hour, Day or NighJ Night call, Saint Jo 2, 3 rings....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 July 1927

—— i I. T / i --*•7 3n ,MI1I , « f i ■ IK erry in Mrs. Laura Scrubbs, Mrs. Davo An- dorhub and children of BlackwelL OKla„ returned to their homes Wed- nesday after a visit with relatives here and in the McCollum community. Mrs. R. L. Tucker and children, Ruth and Lewis, of Denison returned Wednesday after a visit with her pa- rents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Cunning- ham, and other relatives and friends here. Mmes. Clarence Moore, R. T. Buck, S. H. Camp and A. A. Thompson at- tended a group meeting of the Wo- men's Missionary Society at Krum Tuesday. —O—— Mrs. Bill Linker and Miss Edna LaNier spent the 4th of July in Den- ton. Mrs. J. B. Tibwell returned Wed- nesday to her home at Waco after a short visit with her sister, Mrs. S. D. Meador. J. M. Fleming and son, Dee Wiley, celebrated the 4th of July by a trip to Galveston, where they spent the week end. Misses Dora Lee Booth, Alice Bur- ton and Ruth Sorley of Waco visited j ty came in Thursday from Muenster, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Kinder last...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 July 1927

V ' •' 1 f£-: .. >A*:; 1 * ♦ -' ■*&& s.^*Rt \ :, ■rapwgy^|n| ■■■HliHIi l*p§s®'a*"* ^ .""-Ik' -,v">'' - ^gggfj" - ■•. J3 ; gSj-.}-^-.? Sr -fert I i --^' .-*:•- -r - •• '- \ '••• •• ** :. f-r; • - '-. ■ -• - •' • . - ZWOFR '• *•: - V - "'"■" • ' * '-*: ; • • -'A * . „ ' >j " ^50 y.^-arc;.iH/ •*'•':,-V~'i. "*' : 4 '• v^>,;'f!W , ^ ESTABLISHED 1898 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1927 Keen for Business. The Doctor pronounced the patient dead, but when the Undertaker arrived the patient sat up and protested. "Shut up," said the Undertaker, "do you think you know more than the Doctor?" He was evidently keen for business, even though a trifle ambitious. And it pays to attend to business. You will find this Bank attending strictly to its own business and the busi- ness entrusted to us by our patrons. Reliable, efficient banking service—that's our line—service, security, satisfaction. The First National Bank. SCHOOL DA1]S H. D. FIELD, President JOE BOWE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 July 1927

mhmm IMMH I I > I I i H, i THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE * J^v-vr*~^vvv*«^v- EmmW atths ?drt«fa<* >t Satht Jo, T&M as Second Class M«tterTl898. """* ■ fl*ii -■ ■' Published every Friday. U. J. REYNOLDS Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1927 Subscription Rates—in Advance One year $1.00 Six months 50 Three months 25 ♦ IIIMIHMH A Short Sermon By Rev. S. L. Ball, Sherman, Texas Advertising rates for display space made known on application. Business Locals, Obituaries, Cards, of Thanks, announcements of enter- tainments where admission fees are cfcaTged or collections taken up or accepted, eulogies, poems, etc., will be charged for at " for each insertion. five certs per line Good schools, good churches, good roads, and then naturally follows, as the night follows the day, good busi- ness, bringing prosperity to the town and community. The outside world judges a town by its newspaper. If the paper is well patronised and full of live, readable ads, the public will set that town ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 July 1927

,,, : ^a- /.s. •, * > .. . .S^Si5;-* I Oil Stoves NEW PERFECTION—Its qualities are known in every Com- munity. FLORENCE, the Btove with the lighting rings and short burners. RED STAR (DETROIT), the wickless stove with cast burners. Bl(tE BELLE, a short burner stove, with wicks instead of lighting rings QUICK MEAL, a dependable oil stove. RELIANCE, the oil stove for camping TIIE KAMP KOOK, the American gas stove for tourists. ANCHOR, a low priced stove of quality. WE WILL BUY YOUR OLD STOVE ltuatioiiL, M'NAUGHTUW Funeral Directors Aulo Hearse and Ambulance Service Phone: Day 57, Night 22 EMBALMING SCOTT BROS. Helping You Build Since 1890 • * ♦ Bringthe fs/n Colorado to your home Many sizes, Easy (crms. Move the coolness Of the Rockies to your back yard. An electric fan will keep you cool all Sum- mer, even when the'thermometer is hurnt up. And keepiiiK cool is more than a luxury—it is a necessity. Your good health and efficient work will more than repay the small cost of operation...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 July 1927

;;,T ... ■ -r<- * • !■ . */•" • .. i3?'> - * ,: " •.-J 9 :a0K'!' r Hf^Vrvs*;.,"1 - . =5S—« */?* r £ feSftSis ••*"" •* -. ' H: '' ^:ft&2Wt23 *§PR:v^ • S .fSBSp;• jjfu BILL BOOSTER SAYS. V^v«HonciAv«oppactt - .WKMOOCIUCOUATWBDCFV . HStOXNff IT «UT D01MQ AMY «ooo, BvrWk evuois tub o\5- AMStAAS UOfSC. VJHT13 THE 10WM KNOCKER UK6 A „ WOOOPKKEROMA-nw 000*3 " HVUH LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Edgar May visited in Nocona Sun- day. Tom Wade left Wednesday for Seminole, Okla. 0 1 . H. F. Klamp and R. S. Fiddler were in Muenster Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Jones were Wichifa Palls visitors Friday of last week. —o— Mr. and Mrs. Chris Benson are vis- iting his brother, Ed Benson, at Elec- tra this week. —o— E. J. Evans returned Tuesday from Nocona, where he has been working for some time. Miss Enna Boydston is visiting' her sister, Mrs. Otto Aldriedge, in Grand View this week. —o— O. J. Huntsman left Wednesday for Stamford, where he will attend a cot- ton classing school. —o— Burl Williams, Fred...

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

1 * ' 4 i s 4 ii • 1 & II 111 1 ; *3 ' t Em a . ' ,vw *$SBB r> * & •*> mh •*:vi I- Vr!'. j&U - - -■* \ • r. ' ^ " * •** L5«fc •v4^ ^y • ^-spk - -t ■* «*:v ■■<?•■ ■■" js«gb .• - tm ■H i a ,' •■ ,v* ■'- '■'* > 4r ■■\ ' m & ESTABLISHED 1898 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 22. 1927 The Best Policy, if you build up a snug account at the tank, adding- to it as regularly as you do in paying insurance premiums, it is beitei than the best Insurance Policy. It is ready for you at any time—right now. You don't have to die to win. You don't need to lose a crop or livestock before you get the money. It is there, even if a homo doesn't burn or a cvclone blowj it away. An account at our bank is the best kind of an insurance policy. IT If! A LAV AYS READY FOR YOU. The Rrst National Bank. H. D. FIELD, President JOE BOWERS, Cashier NOTES FROM THE OIL FIELD A carload of casing for the oil field has been received here and is being rnloaded by the Kewanee Oil C...

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

. f BP . . * •• vt■ ... L:• "* ' «€ , - ■ • > :ff 3 -:>;r fit5- «* ' i« ' ..*' iftA *+ ** * *SV * ,-- •'> J£ v*- .' y;v;'f'' w<> • - •' •„- i-M -v.: JUgS i ... , > _ Entered TlkU a at Saint Jo, MatWIN 1898. Publiihad every Friday. L. Jy REYNOLDS Editor arid Proprietor. FRIDAY, JULY 22. 19*7 Subscription Rates—in Advance On* year #1.00 «ix month* 50 Three months .26 Advertising rates for display space made Icnown on application. Business Locals, Obituaries, Cards, of Thanks, announcements of enter- tainments where admission fees are cfestged or collections taken up or accepted, eulogies, poems, etc., will be charged for at five cents per line for each insertion. Bootleggers are doing their bit tow. ard putting business on a cash ba sis. This iB truly a mechanical age. Even the party politicians are mostly ma- chine made. And so Mr. Ford has discarded his spokesman and will do his own talking hereafter. Throw all the water out of the old tin cans around your place. T...

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

'X'h L53K9BP. r-*H *< -.-'iS' j-« *?; " " • tifflftlKAf 3M Jsg V:'* ESTABLISHED 1898 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 22. 1927 VOLUME 29, NUMBER 36 Special Section for Muenster CONDENSED STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION MUENSTER STATE BANE At the CIorp of Business Jane 30, 19?7. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts $74,041 Overdrafts 1,264 Customers' Bonds Deposited 900 Banking House 2,000 Furniture and Fixtures 2,224 Government Bonds $21,309.48 Stocks and Bonds . 16,240.90 Commercial Paper.. 59,250.00 Cash 62,432.50 Total Available Cash 159,232. .81 46 00 00 47 88 $ !' ! [ i 11 ill TOTAL .$239,663.12 LIABILITIES Capital Stock $17,500.00 Surplus and Profits, net 8,047.70 Deposits: Individuals ..$202,731.02 Banks 23.33 Time Certificates of Deposit 5,184.00 Cashier's Checks 5,277.07 213,215.42 Customers Bonds Deposited 900.00 TOTAL, $239,663,12 DIRECTORS J. W. MEURER FRANK TRACHTA J. M. WEINZAPFEL JOS. FISHER JOS. DANGELMAYER W. M. WALTERSCHEID JOS. KREITZ G. H. HELLMAN a GOOD BAN...

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

<v"N f*.' <• -v.- >r"; r "W«|' -i jffi •*, : • " V - -■ ' - I . ■ j: W#: ST. JO TRIBUNE FAMOUS MINING STRIKES By THOMAS E. STEWARD Discovery of Big Deposits in Minnesota DKOINNINQ In the lute Sixties Iliere was Intermittent prospect- ing for Iron ore In northern Minne- sota. Geologists considered the for- mations to be more than likely to con- tain targe deposits, (exploration went Ahead chletly between Hmharrass lake mid Birch lake, on the eastern end of (tie range. Yet not a single deposit of Iron ore of such size and character as to warrant mining had been turned In, according to Lelth. In fact, the range had been rejected by many mining men who had examined It. This was largely due to the fact that they paid jnost attention to the eastern end, which contains "magnetite," an ore In such close association with other rocks that It Is extremely difficult to work. Among the most persistent of the Mcgnbl prospectors were the celebrat- ed Merrltt family of Duluth. These were e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 July 1927

\" as • Ml • r IS SENT FROM IAD TO WORSE J)own to 93 Pounds — Finally Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable 7 Compouni Cleveland, Olilo.— 'After having my first baby. I lost weight, no matter what I did. Then a doctor told me I would b« better If I had another baby, which I did. But I got worse, waa al- ways sickly and went down to 98 pounds. My neigh- bor told me about Lydla E. Pinkham'a iVncnt.n. Com- pound, as it helped her very much, so I tried it. After taking four bottles, I weigh 116 pounds. It has Just done wonders for me and I can do my house- work now without oae bit of trouble." —Mas. M. Riessingkb, 10004 Nelson Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. If some good fairy should appear, nnd offer to grant your heart's desire, ..hat would you choose? Wealth? Happiness? Health? That's the best gift Health .3 riches that gold cannot buy and surely health is cause enough for happiness. Lydla E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com- pound inay be the good fairy who ctfera you better health. Keep...

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