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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 26 August 1927

vW?a B9B ♦ «* <«♦« I i I THE SAINT J 0,, TRIBIJ] Entered at the Postoffice St Saint Jo, Texas as Second Glass Matter, 1898. Published every Friday. L. J. REYNOLDS Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1927 Subscription Kates—in Advance One year — $1.00 Six months 1 50 Three months .25 ng rates tor 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. WHO IS A SUCCESS? Much of the literature addressed to youth is surcharged with advice as to how to become successful in life. And by "successful is generally meant prominent or wealthw, or both. Mere comfort or happiness appears to have little if any place in the popular idea of success. Particularly in picturing the glor- ies of the business career do our suc- cess authorities and efficiency ex perts stress ...

Publication Title: Saint Jo Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 26 August 1927

, ^p*S mm " .• \ . s-> >*j *~...*.-o tt£K .•: ->JS£3- v'-. J'AJB'-. - -* - n-^"* in Hum J LINOLEUM 89c per sq. yd. 1 Pattern Only 12 ft. wide : '4'y •" m&m' m Funeral Directors Auto Hearse and Ambulance Service Phone: Day 57, Night 22 EMBALMING SCOTT BROS. Helping You Build Since 1890 **4"H SANITARY ItARBER SHOP I). D. Griffin, Prop. First Class Work and Courteous Treatment. Ladies and Children's Work a Specialty. Agent for Sherman Steam Laundry. i * THOMPSON'S BARBER SHOP i * Good work, courteous treatment i * Agent Gainesville Steam Laun- dry. Phone 188. ***************, JAS. R. WILEY ATTORNEY Saint Jo, Texas C.C.WARE Cleaning and Pressing 1 Garments Called for and Delivered First Class Work *********** *********** SEE Y. Q. GRESHAM • For SERVICE CAR ' Any Hour between 12:30 p. m. and 8 a. m. M«************** • •>* .*«****••**,* • DR. CLYDE W. YETTER • 1 General Practice of Dentistry * Saint Jo, Texas * ••••it************ BARRETT SCOTT Geeral Insurance and Bonds ' ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 26 August 1927

r f ? i ' .■1 % < .5 ■ M •> ifts L ' COME! COMI> COME! Place your orders for— October Delivery Quality Guaranteed Business Appreciated B. B. DAVIS To a series of meetings to com- mence at the Church of Cnrist Friday r.ighft before the first Sunday in Sep- tember. The preaching will be done by El- der^ Fitrgeraid of Weatherford, Texas. The song service will be conducted by Bro. Bsssei of Flainview, Texas. 1 Everybody cordially invited. Come. You are welcome. THE CHURCH OF CHRIST. i $8.50 ROUND TRIP iiee thai high grade Madras in about , 20 colors, at W. E. BELLAH'S. The minister of education in New South Wales was handling a i-pick in a eonl mine 12 years ago. o Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Franklin, who have been visiting their parents, Mrs. | Fannie Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. W. E.v iBellah, niid Other relatives, left for' | their home jit Hedley last Saturday, o ll Watch the Label on Your Paper. Good in Coaches Only TO The date on the label of your Trib- I une shows the time to which y...

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

v> < " fA\ [HE SAINT JO TRIBUNE. i ESTABLISHED 1898 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1927 VOLUME 29. NUMBER 42 ' What la News? A wise editor ia reported to have said: "If a dog bites a man, that is unimportant lint if a man should bite a dog, THAT'S NEWS." In other words, "news" is any.out of the ordinary event, Any bank can furnish a service of a sort, but our Bank gives you out of the ordinary service*., as good facilities as can be obtained in even the largest citie.t, We care for all your bank- ing needs cheerfully, carefully. This may not be NEWS in this community, but ifc is a fact. Th? First National Bank. il. D. FIELD, President JOE BOWERS, Cashier S. M. KING, Vice President GEO. A. WRIGHT, Ass't Cashier Beautiful Chevrolet Coupe Given Away by Tribune School Opens Monday With a prosppct of an enrollment of 400 or more, the doors of Saint Jo school will be opened Monday morn- ing, September C. A prosperous and profitable year is anticipated by both...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 2 September 1927

Improved Uniform International .US MIMI.'UV T Lesson <B; KtCv. t. M V'1'l/.WAlKlt. u.L f,, A* Dm, Mo«4y Bible Institute •( Chicago.) / (A Hit. *•• « Newapaptr Union. > ' "I' 'I* I Lesson for September 4 i' 'A f.:; :.• ( i SOLOMON'S WISE CHOiCE LESSON TE*T—I Kings 8.4-16. GOLDEN TEXT—Happy la 'thW mka 1 > o JVodetb wisdom and the wan that ffettetn understand Inn PRIMARY TOPIC—8olomon' WlM Choice. lumOR TOPIO*1 ruling' : WIm Choice. ; AND ^ENWfl TOPJil rhlnga. Worth ivylillje. - pLr aWo aWL/T top- lO^-Th* Best Thing* 1ft Ltfej < t '• <* ;d i;ni <k.r\ f.< •. ' mi • i.11 '''I Following the deuth of David, SqltHi mov was nfltnt;edv/klng ,(I. Kings 1 ;{M0). ,D«vld (liad fflilfd fo^ow the. people yvho sbpuldi.b/e.kipsI'lTO Though *n( aid, muu( he Is R^lf^etl Into action fry ,11^ ^mtynpfl ap-f peals of Bathsheba and Nathan. j He immediately sent for the faithful threa —Zadok, Nathan ntwl Benlah, and-coiu uianded them to anoint Solomon king H. God's GraoiousQfferi(w. 4; ...

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

•UT# / : in I ST. JO TRIBUNE v -i stj * * A " '"« f . ■! ■11 L k. j •• n VVVMSHVI ir>ri/ Ml M4 >..* ,■ Ml j .*.| Ml* oft i; MI IT ( •) ...... -H 1 M*-r IUII' "IP i; iiJtK-i' >vf"yf •0 Auirm v?i iV'ii V; CHAPTER •'I' ■ *«l ir.rt'J • <j! ; TWiKny.fin. ••.. «:• ni noiJr.Ji'l Ti e £h ck>,w! otf.'jtfce, ]B*jt "<*. J "YSai'Ve got to -gtt MSa.j-tooisun-^gef Aim o> bufct !* sufd a tired police)>C*tief(. pounding & hdavyiWt'yiif'a tdbl&'l:The detective's, he' '6elibw«?tf! ll]« look^S thelr^best, ap$J 'F^fe'mA^t "reslflDatiwt'Vfpr, ilip; ROjJfc#r,^ f% turn-uto dm; luted' work ,«f <|)oi nayig the pSvemtents tto k$uM— IheyyKneiRiit,; and. Allowing It. could auHinJnn nagta-1 ture*'6f' bVtivlrfdd A tflt! itnswer' Ithelr ciders. GutitoM*. lAvifea,"tiijAc,kfim;'1< ft robblrs.. mjjrd^erji. cb^lJ"'ftet llieijt' H" Ip, ywiei—l$rt tyigf tould''fio!|(; get 4h iui>n j* )vui)ted.A' ' £'n "Qtft hrotrtq h—Ii;wit,^ ^P^se —I'Uiglue yo ,«arte .Wanche^tmJ) get blml" said...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 2 September 1927

MM r > : " 1 I v • ww . ■MtfHHMMMKJ N > ♦ ■. THE SAINT tO TRIBUtylJ Entered at the Postafflce at Saint So, Texas as Second Class Matter, 1898. Published every Friday. h. J. REYNOLDS Editor and Proprietor. ffUDAY, MEPTKMBER 2, 192/ Subscription Rated—in Advance One year $1.00 Six months ...... ...60 Three months .... .21i Advertising rates for display space made known on application. Business Locals, Obituaries, Cards, of Thanks, announcements of enter- tainments where. admission fees are efewrged or caHevtlwis taken up or accepted, eulogies, poems, etc., will be charged fo# at five cents per line for each insertion. eass Swat the fly. Cut the weeds. Head off disease. Kill the mosquito before he is bom. ————— Good roads are standing invitations for good trade. Some go crooked as a result of tak. Ing their liquor straight. Cooperation in business brings in dividual as well as community success. Co to church Sunday. You may bear something that is at least new to you. • Some men s...

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

-M i* Rv • *- !" ISlSigS S'.tfv. =s - / LINOLEUM 89c per sq. yd. 1 Pattern Only 12 ft. wide j Funeral Directors Auto Hearse and Ambulance Service Phone: Day 57, Night 22 EMBALMING SCOTT BROS. Helping You Build Since 1890 * • « • • * H M MH n II SEPTEMBER SURPRISES .wl. - —- "^k SANITARY BARBER SHOP * D. D. Griffin, Prop. * First Class Work and Courteous * Treatment. Ladies and Children's * Work a Specialty. Agent for * Sherman Steam Laundry. * ****** JAS. R. WILEY ATTORNEY Saint Jo, Texas * THOMPSON'S BARBER SHOP * Good work, courteous treatment * * Agent Gainesville Steam Laun- * dry. Phone 188. * * W. S. SANBERS * Anything in the Plumbing Line * Hardy Residence * Telephone 171, Saint Jo, Texas ***************** * C. C. WARE * Cleaning and Pressing * * Garments Called for and Delivered * * First Class Work * ****************** ***************** * SEE Y. Q. GRESHAM * For S E R V I C E CAR * Any Hour between 12:30 p. m. * and 8 a. m. *•♦**•** **** ** • * • •«♦ •• *,* * • * • DR. CLYD...

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

JHPK %K (Jf® ST. JO TRIBUNE ffird Women ■i: •' L«-: 'k AS2S4 nmsr Azv&RPZarrJ&^izr ' \y 7503T W '* r-v:'<£ ADrJXXfTOr ^OlrlJUW ~S^KGVZ? ZXC2SJ JfyoiotS Ay /ntor/ts6/onaJ By ELMO SCOTT WATSON [HP) recent arrival in this country of Fraulein Then Itasche, the foro- I most German nviatrix and stunt flyer, and her announcement that early next year, after doing some flying here, she will attempt to make a nonstop flight from New York to Germany, are a reminder that women are following closely "i In the footsteps of men even in nvlution. It has long been a popular idea that the so-called weaker sex have little or no Interest In those hazardous occu- pations which are supposed to be reserved for the hardier male sex. Aviation, where unshakable nerves and coolness in an emergency are prime necessities, thwjretlcally has no place for the women, at least In performing some of the dare- devil feats which the aviators perform. But like so many other popular ideas this one In regard to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 2 September 1927

IMP d$Hf! m -r " ; - r' HP$£re! t' RWcSltfl W'' ' ' "'W \ iafc •" :••'*' >• p?*, ■ *r . } , r; v.' ••" • "Irflj . :v.«." y «w ST. JO TRIBUNE As We Grow Older Proper Kidney Function Is More Than Ever Important. AS we grow older, there apt la be a ' gradual slowing up of bodily functions. The kidneys are the blood filters. If their action becomes sluggish they do not thor. oughly cleanse the blood ef poisonous wastes. This tends to make one tired and achy, with often a nagging backache, drowsy headaches and dizziness. A com- mon symptom of imperfect kidney action is scanty or burning excretions. Elderly people recommend Dnan't Pillt. This tested diuretic is endorsed the country over. Ask your neighbor I „ DOAN'S pm«s STIMULANT DIURETIC JZ, KIDNEYS foster Milburn Co. Mlg.Clum.Buiislo.NY 'Cutting teelh is made easy", MRS.WINSi.OWS SYRUP * TT\m Infanta' and Children'* Regulator At all druggist* Non-Narcotic. Non-Alcoholic Oakland, l.'cbr,, Feb. 28,1920 Anglo-American Drug Co., Gentlem...

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

Napoleon Tiivip.rrtr |V n Pface your orders for— COAL October Delivery Quality Guaranteed Business Appreciated 3. B. DAVIS >iH>4hM<+4>4HM < () A happy crowd of girts conftigtingf ] [ of Bfflie Lain, Mildred Cannon, Mary < Davigy Nancy Field, Beatrice Backner, ' \ ! Mable Ruth Davis, Pauline Melton and < > Josie May Davis,gathered'at Napoleon J | j Tinaparte's garage Wednesday after- < >, noon and soon left for a t amping top J I to enjcqr taking pictures* playing < > I bridge and eating a delicious lunch ! I consisting of four-legged .three breast '; ed and four-winged fried hen, cakes, !! fruit, cheese, bread, olives, pickles and ■' watermelon, which was none too much ! for the work that had to be done, be- ' ■ cause Napoleon Tinaparte canve apart and had to be pushed home, a distance ** of two miles. Chicago Store Values Gainesville, Texas A Kide it« the Cliry,) «r Wagon Saturday, August 0n<j of Saint Jo's 'nu'.'iy gang;, of young people Wet ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 9 September 1927

'J -.visyr ■ *.K n; * * ,: ' C ' ; ' r'^elj*U, r'\ ♦laftT.'-i" C ■ .,.V .... * v. . ...••• •> . :\* < < -v.. •,.-•■ ■>■-•■-• /•' \r; ^-'C "■ <-s */< 3 ■." ■<■'••«' -•" < i « , . . / * > v * ry / THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1898 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1927 VOLUME 5 V NUMBER 43 Vbout Friend Wife. Of every 100 widows, in thia country, only 10 arc able to live comfortably on their incomes, 42 arc forced to Jieek em- others. Something to think about there, Mr. Man. llow about the wife? And possibly about the youngsters? There will be "rainy -days" even before you go. Are you saving a little from your income for emergency or a nest egg? Belter go a little alowet$now, and start saving. Keep your funds at a safe bank like ou*s. The First 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 Oil School Opened Monday Sain...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 9 September 1927

; V. > V '■ tW-. V" • JHp 11* Vi \ ST. JO TRIBUNE Old and New Styles \ jf'Yj-'JC'J OFHAZfZ^Y"AT^S^lCAIfS foirtt/nq Ay Ckf/Bodmer fra/rt tAo "foy&a/rt of A/rrar/ca " Yj/e Onir«w'6y ^UBi^ACKFoor rizpej? By ELMO SCOTT WAlSOw "HKN the Illinois legislature In 1919 designated the fourth Friday in September as American Indian day and the governor of Illinois on July 28 of that year approved the measure, establishing the day as a state holiday, a decidedly foRj I ward step was taken in paying a just tribute to a race which has greatly enriched our national tra- ditions. The first celebration of Ameri- can Indian day in Illinois, which brought together representatives from 14 tribes, saw also the first meeting of the Indian Fellowship league, an asso- ciation fostered by various civic and patriotic organizations in Chicago. The purpose of the league was the promotion of more cordial rela- tions and a better understanding between the two races by bringing to the attention of the ■white...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 9 September 1927

/ *1W - . ff:. " « • ; ■' <¥ i "kwj '.*• - • i -' |r| . . f * y. 7^r.. cr' <•{* ■. V3;^T- ST. JO TRIBUNE A Novel from the Play By Mary Roberts Rinehart and Avery Hopwood WNTT Service The Pat.** copyright, 1950. by Mary Roberta Rlnohart and Avery Hopwood. 8TORY FROM THE START Defying oil effort* to capture him, after a long aeries of mur- ders and robberies, a super- crook known to the police only as "The Bat" has brought about a veritable reign of terror. At hla wits' end, and at the man's own request, the chief of police assigns his best operative, An- derson, to get on the trail of the Bat. CHAPTER II—Continued —2— She had skimmed the paper hurried- ly—now a headline caught her eye. "Failure of Union Bank"—wasn't that the hank that Courtlelgh Fleming had been president of? She settled down to read the article, but it was disap- pointingly brief. The Union bank had closed its doors—the cashier, a young man named Bailey, was apparently un- der suspicion—the article mentioned C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 9 September 1927

! I ,1 " - ,V •>•• A r ;«fiu N ". '■'■ . .ftf,"'!* • «T ' ••■.'. , V ' V' . ^ THE SAINT JO TRIBUWB'l111"1111111"1111"1"111^1*1^11"'1 ■ Entered at the Postof flee at Saint Jo, Texas as Second Class Matter, 1898. Published every Friday. L. J. REYNOLDS Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 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 fof at. five cents per line for each insertion. MOVIES IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS The extension of the use of edu- cational moving pictures is having a marked influence upon community and educational affairs. An announcement made during the past week says that a complete moving picture of cattle raising will be among the educational pictures shown this fall in the sch...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 9 September 1927

r* , v < j W; -mmm ■ . -■ :m ■ .■ u K \i K' •' ' 1 * . . . *' dk LINOLEUM 89c per sq. yd. 1 Pattern! Only 12 ft. wide Funeral Directors Auto Hearse and Ambulance Service Ptwrne: Day 57, Night 22 EMBALMING SCOTT BROS. Helping You Build Since 1890 !*****••• ****•«*«« •**«• **•••••*••♦** f* ♦ SEPTEMBER SURPRISES ' \ By Betty Barclay **««*****+'* ** + *******•*** + *+ + + ** + * + * + E 4 SANITARY BARBER SHOP * D. D. Griffin, Prop. * First Ctoss Work and Courteous * Treatment. Ladies and Children's * Work a Specialty. Agent for * Sherman Steam Laundry. * JAS. R WILEY ATTORNEY Saint Jo, Texas * D. E.MILLIKIN * Poultry, Produce, Cream Solicits your Patronage. ♦ONE PRICE TO ALL* Hi***************** ****************** * THOMPSON'S BARBER SHOP * * Good work, courteous treatment * * Agent Gainesville Steam Laun- * * dry. Phone 188. * C. C.WARE Cleaning and Pressing * Garments Called for and Delivered * First Class Woi'k * ****** *********** • SEE Y. Q. GRESHAM * • For SERVICE CAR * * Any H...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 9 September 1927

r ST. JO TRIBUNE THIS NURSE NOW HAS GOOD HEALTH Praiaea Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound • "I have taken Lydla E. PInkham'B vegetable Compound for some time and I would not be with- out it in the house. Aa I am a children's nurse, I have to be on my feet a great deal and your medi- cine has helped me wonderfully. I was hardly able to do my housework when I began taking it, and now I am a strong and well woman, -j labia to do all that «nd go out nursing besides. I have fclso used the Sanative Wash and found It beneficial."—Mas. Gkbtoudh L. Stkw. Attt, 103 Davis St., Greenfield, Mass. Valaablm for Weakntu "I have found Lydla E5. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a valuable medi- cine for weakness."—Mas. J. A. PiKTsoH, Box 397, Lancaster. Pa. Hundreds of letters like these are received by the Pinkham Medicine Co.. Lynn, Mass. Grateful womon from Pennsylvania to Washington, from Texas to Illinois and from Rhode Is- land to Nebraska say that their health haslmproved since taking Lydia £)...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 9 September 1927

* ST. JO TRIBUNE 'MM*I'M o/a worn jKotw Permanent value with OAK FLOORS Yourhome will be morevaluable for rental or sale with beautiful, j>ermanent Oak floors. Write for free descriptive literature. OAK FLOORING BUREAU UN Builders' Building nHK^CT Don't ignore the dnnger signsi# ef achinjr eysa, rod lid*, blood* nhot rvebnlli. Mitchell Kye Salve remow* irrlta* ttoo. reduces Inflammation, soothes pain. KALI * KTOKSX. llf Wawly W., Mnr York li HU PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM Remo vrn D&ndra ff - RtopsHa.lr Pallia* Restorea Color and Beauty to Cray and Faded Hair 60c. and si.00at i>ruinrlete. tt.ORESTON SHAMPOO-Mcai tor ni>a in connection with I'nrkrr'e llair llalnom. Mi.'sestha hair oft and Huffy. BO centa by mall or at druc- ciata. lliscoz Chemical Works, I'atchogue, N. Y. HANFORD'S Balsam of Myrrh A Healing Antiseptic AD dealer* are authorized to rclnnd ytjar money for tho f.r:t bottle il not suited. ton OVER 2©© YEARS haarlem oil has been a world- wide remedy for kidney, liver...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 9 September 1927

f' 1 „ \t r Place your orders for— COAL October Delivery Quality Guaranteed Business Appreciated B. B. DAVIS I II ">'♦ # M f fi . | ♦♦+ ! LOCAL NEWSlTEMS 9. H. Kimbrough of Sherman passed through Saint Jo Monday en route to Montagu Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jackson and Bttle son passed through the „city last Sunday enrouto la Wichitn Falls. —0— ^Jack Newton of Valley View was ^siting friends here lint Saturday * ".! Sunday. •—o— Mr. and Mrs. It. J). Wiley of Dallas, who spent a month in Jo. re- tamed to Dallas last Saturday after- Boon, Mr. Wiley conducted the Trih- •lie's circulation camjvaign Mrs. J. IT. Dort returned last Sat- urday from a visit with her daughter, Mrs T. H. Yarhorougli, at Montague. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. )) J'edigo and Kttie son, George, Jr., went to Dallas Saturday Afternoon for tb? week-end. Misses Lois and Nora May Patton O* Antelope, Texas, who have been J tor, Mary Jane, who have been vis visiting their brother, Uev, E. J. Pat- ton, and family, returned home this we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 16 September 1927

1*v Cft "MP* \ J I HE SAINT JO TRIBUNE. W* ESTABLISHED 1(198 SAINT JO. MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. 1927 VOLUME 29. NUMBER 44 \bout Friend Wife. Of every 1.00 widows in this country, only 10 are able to live comfortably on thoir incomes, 42 are forced to seek an- other's. Something to think about there, Mr. Man. How about the wife Ind possibly aftout the youngsters ? There will be "rainy days" even before you go. Are you saving a little from you:* income for emergency or a nest egg? Better go a little slower now, and start saving. Keep your funds at a safe bank like aura, rbe First National Bank. H. )). FIELD, President JOE BOWERS. Cashier S. M. KING, Vice President GEO. A. WRIGHT. Ass't Cashier Airline Bridge Opened JOYFUL OCCASION CELEBRATED TUESDAY AT PICNIC OK TEXAS AND OKLAHOMA PEOPLE ON MUD CRBKK, NEAR BRIDGE The Methodist church of Saint Jo •crtends a cordial invitation to the public gen- .Py to attend the revival services to boipii next Sunday. Rev. P.. L. P...

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