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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 July 1927

.! MODEL CLOTHING CO. THE MAN'S STORE Everything a Man Wears FFTCFD FIGHT MODEL CLOTHING CO. Alex Smith Manager Muenster, Tex. isnnian-Ji ICICICICICLCI JtJUMMIJI tollman's Garage cm.. -a The Place whore you can get TEXACO GASOLENE AND OILS / AND SEIBERLIJNG TIRES ^ Service First—Always ? COME TO MUENSTER first fifteen days 10,846 barrels. And all this has been accomplished since the first well was brought in last September, ten months ago. In addition to this one oil refinery h.is been erected there, four supply houses established, and two pipe lines now connect this and the Bulcher field with the disposal center The town now has one bank. Four supply houses. Two schools, one parochial and one public. Two lumber yards. Two hotels. One rooming house. Three drug stores. Five dry goods stores. Or.e clothing gr.d furnishing store. One millinery. Two meat markets. Three barber shops. Several enfes and lunchstands. Several garages and filling stations and repair and service stations. An u...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 July 1927

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 July 1927

' -x,r- Wis. -'* P i&s r5r-~./*r^it.f:T ••■?. 4- wiapWESfi r • >•££*-■•" m HEWS ITEMS " ■ Clyde Green went to Sulphur, Okla., S«nd«y, «- =•■ ■ >, ' H. J. Bell made a business trip to Muenster Monday. D. D. Griffin of Sanger was o, bus- iness visitor here Monday. Arthur Hughes of Fort Worth visit- ed relatives here this week. Arnold' Everett of Davk, Okla is visitng his cousin, Mrs. Clyde Green. John Morgan, Jr., and Sterling Brown were Gladys visitors Saturday. Sam T. Red wine of Farmcrsville is visiting his cousin, John A. Saffel, this week. Mrs. Henry Phillips left Thursday for Dallas to buy her fall stock of millinery. a Tony Roling, who is working in Bowie spent last week end with Mrs. Roling here. w Miss Virginia Lauderdale has re- turned from Denton, where he has been attending C. I. A. Mrs. J. E. Smith and daughter, Miss Louise, were business visitors in Denton Wednesday. Dr. S. D. Donoho of Sherman vis- ited in the home of George Rogers, Sr., here Wednesday. Mrs. J...

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

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

I W- &JMES i 1 *T''-> u< •■ iiv *" ~ . IO* i' " U ■ ' ■TirT* Mf MHky#.. 2S? . - ■fine* ?flE ■ I'*; «99C9aEBBBB9W BM9aea THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Entered at the Postoffice at Saint Jo, TOcafe as Second Class Matter, 1898. in *w IJI n J Published every Friday. L. J. REYNOLDS Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1927 Subscription Rates—in Advance One year — $1.00 Six months 50 Three months 25 Advertising rates for display space made lcnown on application. B.usiness Looals, Obituaries, Cards, of Thanks, announcements of enter- tainments where admission fees are t'lptged or collections taken up or accepted, eulogies, poems, etc., will be charged for at five cents per line foT oach insertion. CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT The Tribune is giving to its readers this *>veek arguments for and against the constitutional amendments to be voted on soon. The arguments are by men who ought to be qualified to speak on these subjects and while they may not be conclusive or convincing to all wh...

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

—- Ss, . JiL ' ■ ■•••' fC" JPTi r*1 MH I '7H Vr . ♦ grass rugs; Special for Trades Day- only $3.95 Funeral Directors Auto Hearse and Ambulance Service Phone: Day 57, Night 22 EMBALMING SCOTT BROS. Helping You Build Since 1890 CHEVROLET J Jbr Economical Trontfiorloticrt rH m1 lii So Roomy • • So Comfortable • • So Easy to Drive • • wherever you go Come to our salesroom and see for yourself how completely the Most Beautiful Chevrolet meets every (our- trig need. Note the ample room in each model for a capacity load of pas- sengers. Test the deep, restful seats— pitched at the proper angle to encour- age relaxation. Then take the wheel of your favorite model and go for a drive! Come in today. We have a car waiting — at these Low Prices The Touring or Roadster The Coach - $595 Sedan The Sport Cabriolet The Landau $745 The Imperial $~ors Landau - - - 780 VfcTon Truck $395 (Chassis Only) 1-Ton Truck $495 (Chassit (Jnly) All prices f. o. b. Flint, Mich. McNabb & Davis Motor Co. Saint J...

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

■ -mmamsmamam, ' ■***• mmt :##-:::&U:- "' '• ■'■- ' '■■ V . ' - ^v^^-.'.||-*::, . ' -v il •v<*r ■ You wiil find some Some Real Values DRESSES $2.25: $2.50and $2-6-5 valuesf< O N L Y $1,98 LADIES HATS ALL Real Specials ONLY $1.98 FLORSHEIM SHOES FOR MEN Think of it, ONLY $5.98 3j Ladies' Slippers, Pumps, Ties and Straps 31 STAR BR AND Values $4.00 to $7.00, Only $3.95 S Men's Good Overalls, 240 weight, Denim For ONLY 95c MEN'S SAILOR HATS YEDDO STRAW $2.50 Values, ONLY $1.00 Men's and Boys' Unionsuits Three Suits for ONLY $1.00 Boys' Sand and Dove Colored Khaki for ONLY 95c Blue and Khaki WORK SHIRTS ON L V 49c LADIES' PARASOLS $2.25 Value for ONLY $1.95 LADIES' RAYON SILK HOSE ONLY 39c MEN'S PIN CHECK PANTS ONI, Y 95c Extra Large Turkish Towel, 22x44 in. ONL Y 25c a Towel Men's Socks, White, Black, Grey and Brown, 10c pair, 3 for 25c . Men's DRESS HATS $3.85 Value for ONLY $2.95 DRESS SHIRTS FOR MEN $1.25 Value far O N L V 98c | St .Jo is the town !! THE FAMOUS Ij u the St...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 5 August 1927

i \ fi ' •£': V --r; ■;* 7'; j -\^j,* **"' "*' •-. > sfw 2^fflS88 / • ' V ty - • f. ■ • W«7-ft ' ' it- ^.V •:'« ... SlMfo :; •*> *% ■* •'■> ' ESTABLISHED 1898 SAINT JO. MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1927 VOLUME 29, NUMBER 38 About that vacation. Do you work sli the time? Is your nose constantly on the grindstone; Are you so harnessed to your job that you never get away for a little vacation ? F.ejr.err.ber, it iz all work and no play tr.it make? Jack a uuii boy. You can take that vacation if you pian for it hard The First National Bank. H. D. FIELD, President JOE BOWERS, Cashier S. M. KING, Vice President GEO. A. WRIGHT. Ass't Cashier Beautiful Chevrolet Coupe G iven A way by Tribune J A new Chevrolet Coupe purchased didate will receive 10 000 ertra vote*; | :.f i'r.e McNahb Motor Company, iaten allowed on the subscription. g NOTES FROM THE OIL FIELD Danciger Oil and Refining Co., on the W- A. Harris farm northeast ofi town, passed up oil sand at 1780 feet, 0 ■ ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 5 August 1927

mm \ tered at _ Published every Friday. ' L.-JL RTBYttOLDS Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1927 ' ' .• . 9 ' i Subscription Rates—in Advance One yaar ..... $1.00 Six months .... 50 Throe months ... 25 Advertising rates for display space made Known on application. Business Locals, Obituaries, Cards, f Thanks, announcements of enter- tainments where admission fees are c|pfrged or collections taken up or accepted, eulogies, poems, etc., will be charged lor at five cents per line for each insertion. ABSORBING SHOCK OF DISASTER Nothing has better illustrated than the Mississippi flood, the advantages the people of this nation derive froni a business structure which, permits the fUruishing of universal service in many lines to the entire nation. Interconnected electric power iines, affiliated telephone companies, uni- form railroad service, an insurance system which recognizes no state bar< riers and a uniform banking system, furnish the foundation for immediate reconstruction...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 5 August 1927

■rftr . HI mil tmiiiii i I "n'lTi; i il in f i Ti i i i mi rjn i« m« New Perfection's "FLORENCE" The Standard of the Oil Stove World Funeral Directors Auto Hearse and Ambulance Service Phone: Day 57, Night 22 EMBALMING SCOTT BROS. Helping You Build Since 1890 ♦ HAVE YOUR WATCH * * EXAMINED ♦ * ♦ * This Should Be Done at * * Least Once Every Eighteen * * Months by a * * ♦ * RELIABLE WATCHMAKER * * * * ♦ B. E. OSBORNE Wachmaker and * Jeweler * Saint Jo - Texas * * Successor to W. H. NORMAN * T. A. WILEY LUMBER AND SHINGLES Composition and Corrogated Roofing WALL BOARD AND BUILDING . PAPER DOORS AND WINDOWS SCREEN DOORS SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS AND VARNISHES Brick, Lime and Cement The very best of everything of itn kind SAINT JO. TEXTS * W. S. SANDERS * * Anything in the Plumbing Line * * Hardy Residence * * Telephone 171, Saint Jo, Texas * ********** «* * BARRETT SCOTT * Geeral Insurance and Bonds * Office at C. H. Dunbar's Store * Saint Jo, Texas ** ***•* * • THOMPSON'S BARBER SHOP * ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 5 August 1927

• ,ri ;.5t~. "i • MftiM ■■r-'- ■: . V w ■ j m ? The Opportunity of a Lifetime The Tribune announces Its Grand AUTOMOBILE PRIZE CAMPAIGN This Beautiful Chevrolet Coupe, of Charming Elegance, Solid Comfort, General Utility, filled with gas and oil and ready to go---absolutely FREE to the winner. OPEN TO THE LADIES OF SAINT JO AND SURROUNDING TERRITORY ENTER N0W The Campaign Opens MONDAY, AUGUST 8 and Positively Closes SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 All contestants not winning a prize, btat who remain active during the entire campaign will receive a cash commission of 10 percent on all subscriptions turned iin by fh&rtu CASH VALUE OF PRIZE, $735.00 NEW MODEL CHEVROLET COUPE Filled with Gas and Oil and Ready to Go Purchased of and on Display at McNABB MOTOR COMPANY Chevrolet Dealers. Saint Jo Wins ffitr 'T" i* t -a.:. v.v?." * •-ill:"- Mm jst '-y '/■' This is the shortest campaign of the kind on Record DON'T WAIT! 3NTER TODAY! DONT DELAY? WIN A PRIZE! WORTH WHILE—a $735.00 Prize for only fou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 12 August 1927

' ••• ~ I r?. . / * " SSTnP V"aii(W-<V ">?^r 7l5vv«'TS^tKK* -T : < JO r. *• ESTABLISHEPL-1898 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1S27 VOLUME 2fi, NUMBER 39 Fulling Too Quick, One of the oldtiine anglers,.who has had a lot of experiencs, ooyn: "More thna a million f;-.h arc io-t every ym by palli:.' too quick." It is a good deal that way with an account at the bank, it shouldn't be pulled too quick. Let it grow. Try to add to it. Then when it is of sufficient size, invest it in some reliable security and start in again. That's the way fortunes ars start- ed. Our bank will safeguard your funds. and avdise you as to investments. 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 HELD ILLINOIS BEND NEWS. The Washington Oil Corporation's rig on the Barkley farm near Hardy is busily engaged on a fishing job. Fain-McGaha, on the J. C. Embry farm about two miles northeast ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 12 August 1927

THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE * w**m,w * yi T y ^VW^vy^'* EM&ttd *t th« Pcsl:m'ce at Saint' Jo, T«uw as Stcofid .Class Master) 1893. Publlshed^eTerj^P'rldty. L. J.REYNOLDS Editor and Proprietor FRIDAY, AUGUST ', 1927 Subscription Rates—in Advance One year ...... $1.00 Six months ...... 50 Three months —25 Advertising rates for display «r«<e m#d Known en apt'"'141 io" Business Locals, Obituaucn, tarda, of Thanks, annonnceinents of enter- tainments where admission lees me cfcfrged or collations taken up or accepted, eulogies, poems, etc., will be charged for at fivs cents per line for each insertion ATTENTION, OLD SETTLERS The Tribune would like to have s letter of reminiscences, something like 1200 to 1600 words, from the old settlers of Montague county who have been in the county sixty yenrs oi more. Tell us something oboul the early days, the Indian raids, the pan- thers, wild cats, deer, turkeys ami prairie chickens that used to people the wood and prairies of this section if you ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 12 August 1927

I p r r^-%i 1 «l« .<# «! New t^ertactions <* ORENC^" The Standard of the Oil Stove World Funeral Directors -'■.-.-CD Hiai sc Slid AiTibi.iisnC£ l'.-€r"lCS' Phone Day 57 Nijhi: 2 : LJViBALlvii^G SUK "IZ SEAR c?jr,ia En white house m TEXAS STATE FAIR TO KAYE BETTER AND [ilORE FIREWORKS Wind Cave National Pa.k ir.icrcctir.- pic.cc. ..jtstc^t'.-n.—1'rc:I.!:at O.-vli-Jjs'i fj ■ v-.s^ -J 1' ,,jr (f V- f *• I r1 | 11 § a ri kj s | Helping You Build Since 1890 if! ■p i r \ ii i barks i: s11( r • I . W rI, .iiitl I mn l.-.m-. ..il I KOMI'NON !■■ MMil if SHOP l.oml %v > ■ r I.. (.oiii troii-i 11 >>at utent U 11 < . < . \\ \ II 1 ( leaning and Pressing (■arinents ( ailed I or and Deliii I ii st Cliis- \\ nth ski: (>. ( id sii v m For s 1 • I{ \ I < I ( \ I iv Hour bet w eon 1- ii p. lulil k il. III. I)It. CLYDE W. YKTTKK General Practice of Denti>tr Saint Jo, I evas ii i tt o p u \ < i m .Miidcrn Health Scieiiri \\ i < In n it i: i: s riiimlin. ■ I 171. S: «...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 12 August 1927

\ . . '-• • '• 1 •'• " -. ■•-•. " • * •••*• :L~" '> ■ V-i ■ • .-■* ■•■ ■'■ •• ' ^ . • - ' , •■- ,4. ' . '■;• . .. • ". ' v/* r. v;"M" ' A • '• * • •" •"*- '1 '■ •• ' ,*•'* ";?j y^f ,. „ ' . ■ **•'"!"v*V-'" H? "' v yt"' ' .***"' \ '> v'-' .v •' -Wr'*'" V*V r*..'- V-' ' -■> V"..^ •" - - - • *"v i"'l 1 .• • " - ■'*... > . — '•' 'V >. \ 'i■ $£v" ^ •' * A' mannnnam WhoWillWin ii i THIS LOVELY COUPE This Beautiful Chevrolet Coupe, of Charming Elegance, Solid Comfort, General Utility, filled with gas and oil and ready to go—absolutely FREE to the winner. CASH VALUE OF PRIZE, $735.00 To be Given Away!! SATURDAY September 3d! 3 Purchased of and now on display at McNabb Motor Company's Sales Rooms |j 100,000 Extra Votes will be given with each $20 worth of subscription turned in np to and including August 20. This is positively the largest and best vote offer that will be made during the campaign. Now is the time to show your friends that you are a worker—not a "quitter." Work ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 19 August 1927

>> V r~' r* XiT-T '■ "-vl" TTJ >nwgjA« ?JkaL&. rgt~Sc 1 HE SAINT ESTABLISHED 1898 Pulling Too Quick. One of the old time anglers, who has had a lot of experience, says: "More then a million fish are lost every year by pullin' too quick." It is a good deal that way with an account at the bank, it shouldn't be pulled too quick. Let it grow. Try to add to it. Then when it is of sufficient size, invest it in some reliable security and start in again. That's the way fortunes are start- ed. Our bank will safeguard your funds an,l avdise you as to investments. The First National Bank. H. D. .FIELD, President JOE BOWERS, Cashier S. M. KING, Vice President GEO. At WRIGHT. Ass't Cashier NOTES FROM THE OIL FIELD J. S. Owens has rigged up a well on the Cobb farm, seven miles north of town, and will spud in Friday or Sat- urday. Faln-McGaha, on the J. C. Embry farm east of town have completed their contract of 2,000 feet and aban- doned the well. —0— C. M. Beckner et al. are builidn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 19 August 1927

}.« <* . r fi • • .<*.« F J«%* ft .* - - ■- . '-.v n rSl ,-r m*-T Wr-. 1 _i-_ ^3 fcL**. !W ;'" £w*f 1*'' HVlJU ...yyBWWB ^VM jsgfiy ^•jKwrv- f ~*jl'«% .. J *. fci'-nM ^ '• * '2 :*•" - .-> *u THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Entered at-the Postoffice at Saint Jo, Texas as Second Class Mafterv 1898. Published every Friday. L.J. REYNOLDS Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAV. At^USt 192^ ^ T buk^ciil'tiuii ftUtc ■:—in AJvu.-'.'.1 i,ne year .... $1.09 Six months 50 Three mouths 25 Advertising rates for display space made Known on application. Business Local*, Obituaries," Cards cf Thanks, announcements of enter- tainments where admission fees are cfcptged or collections taken up or accepted, eulogies, poems, etc., will be charged for at five cents per line for each insertion. BOYS AND GIR1.S CLUBS. No movement having for its object the betterment of rural i ff i;s worthy of more* encouragement and support than that of forming and ma:ntaining boys' and girls' clubs. It ia gratity- ing to observe th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 19 August 1927

■ i ami iHfiii ITI ni iiiimKiiiir i—Winmuill II ■nmnrnw W u a t he Standard oi thj Oil St^. World Funeral Directors Auto Hearse arid Ambulance Service Phone: Day 57, Night 2? EMBALMING T f t i | a19I WILD LIFE GALORE I; AT YELLOWSTONE 1 § i r.ri u '-r. Helping You Build Sine* 1890 SANITARY BARBER SHOP • THOMPSON'S BARBER SHOP i.V i ' * Good work, courteous treatment 1 irst Class Work and Courteous * * Agent (Gainesville Steam Lann- I reatment. Ladies and Children s . * ,|rv Rhone IKS. Work a Specialty. Agent for >■ t * Sherman Steam laundry. ..to':. r'c.ix V/;. —Tuj viii liiiic.aL . ntlour i iiiv.' jTijl 111/ i .. . mur.a conrpicu ous this soiwou than ever before. Al- though the bear i; loote. •! upon us <.«•. tit? yreat lUtmv.ioiia • ' the Yellow- ircomi i,i. d may iilwn:. % I u seen clous the roiid-j oi ut tliu ispechtl feeding -, tin.- .hyer .miiii iW thai, n ii il ly t'T the iilt-liuc r.iitao.s ia tlit- Man : Ui'.-r ,u"i! ..-.in to l'j ttuyliij,' cU to (!;■;- ii' Un 1. . U...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 19 August 1927

V ' • / <* LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Iiir. and .Mrs. Evrlng Johnson and daughters, Misses Madora, Isabel and Ewine, of Fairview are visiting their daughter and sister,. Mrs Ottc Hol- land trus freak. y.r. r.nd Xts-'Soorc Kur.dloy nnc Mr. find Mrs. J. X. Fleming visited Xr. and Mrs. George Hundley and his brother, Albert Fleming, mt Illinois family attended the Old Soldiers Re-, Bend Sunday. The latter is reported union at N«cona i-"." Yv eancrday , to fcf very ill night. 1 t i . ,-w /. "Tr°rr . . . Rev. Hurt man of Dalla:, Presbyter- Lloyd Om oi ,wso has tsen iaR iunday school field man. held i vuiting Ws aunt. Msr J _D. Evans. rc jntrning and evening srriccs at the r, I?1.*?"50 w ear.?*day t; h:i rem: m Fr^Tbytsrisr; church last Sunday _ ^ . Dawas. n ■* <hw liui Ccefc at* | Q— • ,. r1. j « , r-?*rr..,v turned*l^^atui-Jh• *tT^h^rr e**n' i 'Va '*TM I,ii: ilHiy £',Mrt ahf 1"!"' *«* iuGamesvufe iln Sunday ' JilinnU h^h ly of Tulia, who have bsen visiting _0_ relatives hire retuinpd home T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 26 August 1927

■; —^ Wv SAINT JO •'"v.1 ..a 4 i w •• ;*■ j\\ ■ \ 3 ESTABLISHED 189R SAINT JO, MONTAGUE OOtJNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY A, AUGUST 26, 1927 VOLUME 29, NUMBER 41 Sale and Sure. The higher (he rate of returns promised on an investment, iin* greater the chance* of being the principal. SAFE AND ji.1 R1'! i;! tlic best plltll. And ft is the stone with banking. Beware of the institu • ion thai offers too great inducements in order to sccurc yonr account., The safe, conservative bank like ours is the one that will always pull through We extend every possible courtesy permitted by sound banking methods, but are careful, because we know our patrons would rather be safe than sorry. The Rrst National Bank. H. D. FIELD, President JOE BOWERS, Cashier GEO S. M. KING, Vice President A WRIGHT. Ass't Cashier Beautiful Chevrolet Coupe Given Away by Tribune ONI A \ FEW MORE DAYS OF TRIBUNE CIRCULATION CAMPAIGN CANDIDATES RUNNING CLOSE RACE Miss Cleo Dowd takes slight lead this week, with Mrs. C. C. Ware close s...

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