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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 16 September 1927

"• •• : aft?, x ST. JO TRIBUNE Navy Has First Air-Cooled Amphibian Plane M m What Is believed by naval aviators to be tlie lirst amphibian plane ever equipped with an air-cooled motor has arrived at the naval air station In Washington, where it Is being given a thorough test. This is In line with the new naval policy to develop amphibians to a point where they may be substituted for land planes now used on ulr- craft carriers at sea. Here Is the Strangest of Homes cn Wheels WM..13 OlICiLAS LO< < ■ %■>, - : ,;S <*s. ' -r-.V' • E. A. Wade and wife, formerly of Illinois, are now touring the country in a unique home on wheels. A single log, cut from a fir tree in the state of Washington, has been hollowed and converted into a two-room apartment, 16 feet long and 9 feet high. Two folding beds and . a .kitchen are features of the interior. The log has been mounted on the chassis of a ton-and-a-haif truck and trailer. ACTIVE AT 108 Legion Will March Through This Born of German ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 16 September 1927

vw-5**r- > Mfll Hi ST. JO TRIBUNE V H E> A T •y. 8TORY FROM THE 8TART Defying all effort* to.capture him, after a Ions series of mur- ders and robberies, a super- crook known to the police only S« '"The Bat" has brought about a veritable reign of terror. At his wits'.end, and at the man's, own request, the chief ibr police assigns his beat operative, An- derson, to get on the trail of th Hat. Wlt\i her niece, bale Og- den, Miss Cornelia Vah Gorder 1s living In 'the coun'ry home of the late Courtle.lgh Fleming, who .«untj|, his recent death had been "president of the Union bank, wrecked because of the theft of a large sum of currency. Miss Van Oorder receives a note warning her to vacate the place at once on pain of death. I A Novel from the Plqy By Mary Roberts Rin chart . and Avery Hop wood WNU Service "The Bat," copyright, 1920; by Mary Roberts flineliart and Avery Hopwood. CHAPTER II—Continued ' —3— It was true. The room lb which she stood, while comfortable and churmfrty; ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 16 September 1927

V. ftM * ".!■ V 0 <r™««Mm^lfM§ K v • 13 ■ f t THB HINT JO TBlBlfNEi Entered at the Poetofflce at Saint Jo, 1 Texas as Second Glass Matter, 1898. \ Published every Friday. i — ''u *1- . A Short Sermon L.X REYNOLDS . ^ Editor and Proprietor. • PRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1927 By Rev. S. L. Ball, Sherman, Texas 1 tniMMi Text: "Bat every muii to temple*1 when he in drawn away of his own | lust, and enticed. Then when lust i hath conceive^ it hringcth forth din: and sin, when it is finished, bruigeth I forth death " James i :°i4, 15, We are in a state of probation, not Subscription Rates—in Advance One year $1.00 £1* ™™a kV 59 only until we become Chriistianu, but inree months 26, throughout lour earthly pilgrimage. ' It is the righteous plan of a holy God. In it we have vast possibilities and awful responsibilities. We may do much or we may do little. We may made known on application. Business Locals, Obituaries, Cards, of Thanks, announcements of enter- tainments where admission fees are'...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 16 September 1927

mm «§■ 4' t m> ■ \ > atfjr •'[ ; h ; \ B • • >MiinnMnnmmmmnIIIIWM)M)WMmttl OUR I Jack O'Lantern FLOOR DISPLAY It9s in our window See it TODAY % * * This is just the time to choose^-during our FALL LINOLEUM DISPLAY. Make it your Floor-Selection Week. See the latest ARMSTRONG'S LIN- OLEUM FLOORS in our new JACK O'LANTERN window. Examine our complete and varied stock. v. SCOTT BROS. Helping You Build Since 1890 if: • SANITARY BARBER SHOP * D. D, Griffin, Prop. * * • Fit* CUm Work and Courteous • • Treatment. La4lea and Children's * • Work • Specialty. Agent for * Sheman Steam Laundry. • • J AS. R. WILEY • • ATTORNEY • • Saint Jo, Texan • :«*** *•****«****• * D. E.MILL1K1N • * Poultry, Produce, Cream * * Solicits your Patronage. ' 'ONE PRICE TO ALL* *****••***« • • t > • • • ••••••• •••• ••••* * THOMPSON'S BARBER SHOP • * Good work, conrteoaa treatment * * Afc<'nt Gainesville Steam Laun- * * ' dry. Phone 188. ♦ • C. C. W ARE • " Cleaning and Pressing * • Garments Called f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 16 September 1927

V-.. f, i . -1* ■*«' **> ** ST. JO TRIBUNE i ^ Slowing Up? YouCan't Feel Well When Kidneys Act Sluggishly. QVERWORK, worry and lack of ret. •II put extra burdens on the kid- r*ejri. When the kidney* alow up, waste !>c/tiona remain in the blood and are apt to make one languid, tired and achy, with dull headache*, dizziness and often a nagging backache. A common warning of imperfect kid- ney action it scanty or burning secre- tion*. Doan't Pillt assist tlie kidney* in tbelr eliminadve work. Are endorsed by users everywhere. AtJfc yoor neighbor1 DOAN'S PI^S SI IMULANT DIURETIC 12, KIDNEYS festerMUburn Co. MI^CkemJBuHaloJ j.Y Bilious ? •j**" nl—Nature's Rkmhuy—to. uiffht. Ipn'll bo (Hand line" by morning —tongua Hear, headache trnne. appetite back, boWols acting pi->a antlj>, bilious at- tack forgotten. Fore on it ipation, too, Bet- ter than any mora laxative. t>nje, -mild, purely vc^ctabh— Poison Room Located in Heart of London The "poison room" Ilex a few yards from h r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 16 September 1927

-ft. ST. JO TRIBUNE 4V S FARMER WOMAN : IN OKLAHOMA fraises Lydia E. Pinkham'i Vegetable Compound Because U Gave Her Health and Strength Tn a sunny pasture in Oklahoma ( perdj>f_8leek_cow8 was grazing. Thej mado a pretty pic turo. But the thin woman, in the blue checked aprot, sighed as she looked at them. She was tired of cows, tired of her tedious work in thb dairy. She was tired of cook- ing for & houseful of boarders, be- sides caring for her —— own family. The burdens of life seemed too heavy for her falling health. She had lost con- fidence in herself. One day she began taking Lydia E. Pinltham s Vegetable Compound and her general health began to improve She took it faithfully. Now she can do her work without any trouble, sleeps well and is no longer blue and timid This woman, Mrs. Cora Short R R 8, Box 387, Oklahoma City ' Okla write?: "Everybody now says: 'Mrs! Short, what are you doing to yourself?* 1 weigh 135 and my weight before I took it was 115. I have taken sev...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 16 September 1927

h V ! ii riaaaMfifc!WS' • - . v 4. JrV ♦ . ■ ^ -M - V - -•' •■■ vv ' antiEian!ii!Ji!Jgiim Mrs. Henry Hoover ■ BS^ Place your orders for— COAL October Delivery Quality Guaranteed Business Appreciated B. B. DAVIS C* M LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Tar. and Mrs. F. L. Hill spent the week end in Tioga, returning Monday. Robert Rolin Spoon, who has been \ visiting. relatives here, returned to Jfctis home in Dallas Sunday. He was >"*companied home by Mrs. Henry Phillips for a short visit there. Kiua Rufie D. Thrash of Arlington > Returned to her home Sunday after :*ii;veral weeks' virit in the home of Wwr sister, Mrs. F. I'. Sherrill. I4r. nad Mrs. Cap Adams are visit- ling in Austin. My. and Ms. K. U. Barlow and fum- illiy were visitors at the picnic at New /Airline bridge Tuesday. —o— *2i J. G. Webb of Tioga, who has '^•1 at visiting in Nocona in the home "ft. D. Cochran, returned Tuesday to i, with her daughter here. i ('isa Esta Lee Thompson left Sun- day for Archer City, where she has l>...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 23 September 1927

p mm v*v > •* . ■■ I'RIBUNE ESTABLISHED 1898 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, 1927 VOLUME 29, NUMBER 45 "rt- About Friend Wife. Old Si Chestnut says: "This country doesn't need a more elastic currency. Adhesive currency is the real need." And old Si is more than half right. In other words we need money that will stick to us, for money is a very elusive com- modity. There is only one real safe way to hold it. Put itr in a reliable Bank like ours, a Bank that has the confidence of its depositors. Keep it there until- there is a chance to invest it safely. The First National Bank. II. D. FIELD, President JOE BOWERS, Cashier S. M. KING, Vice President GEO. A. WRIGHT. Ass't Cashier LOCAL NEWS ITEMS iiiiUiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiitiiiiiaiiiiiiiiMiiuiKiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiMiicitMiiiiiiiiani OI 1 Saturday. fr^;rNoS;t:dHSftBh-Lmovcd J. H. Worth Wednesday on bUsfness" Henrietta, Texas. Lauderdale went to Fort THE CITIZENS NATIONA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 23 September 1927

«• rTVrf! 'I. *-w«* ST. JO TRIBUNE OUR COMIC SECTION □ Owr jRef Peeve n—nniTPw SB : • f.fVWv ::^yPl *f£.S* J ■&:£:■ ri?'' I I SiS®^ JfANTS^ira I THE FEATHERHiADS Oscar Proves His Point! SK 1/ . „ „l heu5e comes one \ oftmem now— f/ yEP-8uT IM^TllL fl / MAKING* MISTAKES^ n<5t so gooo, a"" ° FEU X —SOo KNOW r, I ALWAYS was A J 0 Bungler - / 0 ^ga- heu w«v i OO PEMEM8EC VOU USECITO HAWS A WAV OF GElYlNfi. IN BAD ATTlMES-BUT W& ALL DOTH AT U Wfit.OS ■' 'SEir yuS'NCEr f -.CHOOLTO- OWARETMINSS r-0' -v£ \ thEQE . FELIX vqusee felia ;■ □ no -==4. ® Western Newipaper Union 0^30151 Kii Cfirsof? Spcftks For Himself ^ *,.7x-y ;V^. .' '■ ' - • ■■v.-V,,':: ■■ TtxzrzYcur, era ?g\ ¥&*:. I ii : By CLMO SCOTT WATSON EXT to his grandfather. Daniel Boone, Kit ("arson is perhaps the most wide- ly known and best beloved of American pioneers. There has probably never been written a book of sketches of frontiers- men. pioneers or scouts which does not Include Carson in the roll of these earl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 23 September 1927

IgMfl .s OTiSiSiv-V J "«*>•""Sv' t ikjr /•-;f< It.'' <•'*> ; «'•*< N*1 "' v„. .-:•#• .- ■«•' "5* • vpm \ ST. JO TRIBUNE <^A N ovel from the Vlait tXJ MAR.Y ROBERTS R.INEHAR.1 - J and AVER.Y HOPWOOD "THE BAT* COPYRIGHT. 1930. by MARY ROBERTS RINEHART and AVERY HOPWOOD T. V/.N.U. SERVICE STORY FROM THE START Defying; all efforts to capture him, after a lon« series 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 his 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 Hat. With her niece, Dale Ok- d«n, Miss Cornelia Van Gorder Is living In the country home of the late Courtlelgh Fleming, who until his recent death hnd been president of the Union bank, wrecked because of the theft of a large sum of currency. Miss Van Oorder receives a note warning her to vacate the place at once on pain of death. Dale returns from...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 23 September 1927

I > REPORT OF COTTON GINNED Karnes Kaufmon THE SAINT TRIBUNE . T Entered at the PoatofAce at Saint Jo, J) Texas as Second Class Matter, 1898. . > Published every Friday. L. J. REYNOLDS Editor and Proprietor. A Short Sermon By Rev. S. L. Ball, Sherman, Texas FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1927 Text: "Put on the whole armour unto with all perseverance and suppli- of God that ye may be able to stand cation for all saints." Eph. 6:14-18. against the wiles of the devil." Eph. My text does not exactly say that g.jl if you will go to a dance, or to a pic- ' Preaching is intended to instruct ture show, or to a card party, or to the people in the truths of the Bible any other place of worldly amusement Subscription Rates-in Advance \ and in the way of righteousness; also that you should litterally lake the One vear $1 00 to persuade the people to accept the sword of the Spirit, which is the word Six months 50 truth as it is in Jesus and to walk in of God—the Bible—with you, in your Three months...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 23 September 1927

V-..muvv ■*>♦- cV . I.. j.- Ml / * ■j - ^IIIIIMMHUMHimiMHHHMIHIMMMMmiMf* * * f :OUR Jack O'Lantern I FLOOR DISPLAY It's in our window See it TODAY This is just the time to choose—during our FALL LINOLEUM DISPLAY. Make it your Floor-Selection Week. See the latest ARMSTRONG'S LIN- OLEUM FLOORS in our new JACK O'LANTERN window. Examine our complete and varied stock. SCOTT BROS. Helping You Build Since 1890 ************** ****** HEALTHFUL SCHOOL Barclay By Betty ************* * LUNCHES BiHfiUitiaiiuaiafiumiiuaraiaiHianugiaraigiaiiiiaiM !|| THE CITY MEAT MARKET V ■ n ■ + « • a • So many school children are under- Here are three inexpensive sample I a Reonenerl for hiisiness linHpr tiiinprvis. nourished that during the past few lunches. Try them and see how | J C°PCAUPerV1S years some schools have ben supply- pleased the children will be. Continue ing milk and even lunches to their with them, and other lunches balanced pupils. {equally well, and not the result In the /.ess than one-fou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 23 September 1927

* ***% opt. - '.•* h "," l ST. JO TRIBUNE US8. BASSETT N.W1TSTKI Fow in Good Health by Using Lydia E. Pin! ham's Vege- table Compound t<anel&g, Michigan.—"I have taken t<y(lia E. Pinkham'B Vegetable Com- pound whenever I needed it. When I lirst used It 1 waa so bad I could hardly walk across the room without cry- ing. I waa tired till the time. I think my trouble was con- ing on nie for six months before I realized It. I read of your wonderful medicine in the paper, and • • • my husband bought me a bottle, and after the first few doses I felt better, so kept on taking it until I was well and strong. 1 taJie it at times when I feel tlrod and it helps me. I will always have a good word for your medicine and tell any- one what good it has done me. I •recommended it to my neighlior for her girl, who is sixteen years old, and It ■was just what she needed. She Is feel- ing fine now, and goes to school every day."—Mrs. E. F. Bassett, 21G South I Jay ford Avenue, Lansing, Michigan...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 23 September 1927

r ■ ' * ST. JO TRIBUNE m NEWS Vv AY TO PREVENT SWINE PARALYSIS There Is at present considerable In- ft rest In the feeding of mineral mat* (, r to swine to prevent paralysis in Ix-tMifl sows Mini fattening hops. A number of eomplaluti Hre coming In fiv11r> breeder# regarding rows break- ing down In the buck after 8uekllng litters. The following quotation fr<jni Hie fort.v-first annual report of the Ohio experiment station will he of In- terest to bog men who have hud thjs trouble: "Lameness, rickets, or partial paral- ysis is a common trouble with hogs in winter and early spring. This trouble can be prevented by feeding bright, leafy alfalfa or other legume hay. Brood sows ordinarily consume enough of such bay when It Is kept before them in suitable racks. For fattening lings It may be preferable to Include !t to fi per cent of ground or chopped alfalfa or other legutne hay in their feed mixture. The addition of a min- eia! mixture containing steamed bone meal, ground limeston...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 23 September 1927

V I % HV aBsr bT = T- ■ as I Place your orders for— COAL October Delivery Quality Guaranteed Business Appreciated B. B. DAVIS i i Uj I IMItMIIIIIIK Notice to Taxpayers. II I Saint Jo vs. Bellvue. All city taxes are now due and pay- able between now and September 30. After that date all city taxes unpaid; will be delinquent, and a penalty of Ion per cent will be added. City tax rolls are at S. C. Pedigo's drug Store. Call there and pay. S. M. LAUDERDALE, City Clerk.' 1 o Bulk Turnip Seed at the New and ! Second Hand Store. Miffi 0:: JEeetyPwIpose: i No matter what kfnd of paint you want to buy—I will tell it to you. I will show you how to put ft on and render you a real palnttog acrvfce—in addition TO SAVING YOU MONEY. I will furnish you a complete estimate In putting; on pafnt—on any kind of building. All work and paint guaranteed. I aell products of The Great Western Paint Manufacturing Company— the largest Institute of Its kind tn the world* and thefr line fs very complete. :: HOU...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 30 September 1927

, , U'• ' j - ■ \T- • v.- 4 y, y , . . . «• '1 f ■ t. *' •• . ' '3s. "ff THE SAINT . '• HI*-: TRIBUNE. • ?>■ ESTABLISHED 1898 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1927 VOLUME 29, NUMBER 45 Going Away? If you are going away on a trip by train, by boat, by auto- mobile, the very best way to carry your money is in our Trav- elers Checks. We issue them in any denomination and in convenient form. No chance of loss by robbery or any other cause. They are as easy to use as a banknote and you can carry them with wou in any amount in absolute safety. The cost is ve'ry small. It doesn't pay to take any chances. The First National Bank. H. D. FIELD, President JOE BOWERS, Cashier S. M. KING, Vice President GEO. A. WRIGHT, Ass't Cashier PRAIRIE HILL ITEMS. WATCH YOUR LABEL. NOTES FROM THE OIL FIELD MONTAGUE NEWS i Items of Interest from Our County Capital. The Hooser well on the Hyman farm! east of town has been cemented and will be drilled in soon. —o— Bill Baker, on the L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 30 September 1927

m I) OUR COMIC SECTION Along the Concrete ■tSJL WELL,I RECKON HE'S LOST HIS TAIL LIGHT ANY-HOW. lG * -fVr m WE USED TO USE SOME HORSE SENSE IN OUR DRIVING BUT BY-GUM THEM FELLERS \) HAIN'T GOT ANY SENSE T0USE^V? i (Copyright, W. N.U.I THE FEATHERHEADS And So, "On the Third or Fourth—" WEU- OF ALL NUTTV OuEsriON3.raNNV I-now PLEASE. LET ME 1?EAC> S ACTICLE EXCUSE ME,FELIX ♦on the tuicd oq Foucrm J I MUST Phone D«V OK MCFEEN'S VKSIL.THEt J Z-AuOA MlGGS — WElCD STtttY OF - * A now DO^T READ Till 1 COME 6ACK DEAD IT OUT . LOUD.DFAQ-ITS That DocToQ ToBev ST012V, isn't it 2 ALLSET.FANMV?^ ONTHE"ftie0 OR FOOCTH DAV OP MPFEENS OVA FELiy.. ITSTHE PIOE UNDER THE PBUNES, YOU GET Up TUisHmE. SILENCE 2©NE _ wHEW QE ZSiYOuSE GOifV BuDDV ? ITS It. J^WAV PAST MV BEb-TIME.' p&fVWW*l MW< HOSPITAL 7?\ ©Western Newspaper I Ml — FINNEY OF THE FORCE Ni.w Everybody Scream up u]* NO Si£- I*M WOT Bl.lMD.Sll2 AN is IT TuEUE yez pan This mam DOWN with V£f£ /j AuTo 1 VES I couldn't see h HIM BfPOACb ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 30 September 1927

* •-> . # ■KMMNMmm i „ JTT_ * \#Mt& m m m^SSk ST. JO TRIBUNE STORY FROM THE START (Jufylng t^ll effort® to capture Him, aft«r a long hi leu of mur- der* and robberies, a auper- trook kituwii to ilit- police only as "The Bat" has brought about a veritable reign of terror. At bis wlta- end, and at the man'* own requcft, the clilcf of police assign* his best operative, An- derson, to Ket on the trail of the Bat. With her niece, Dale Oir- den, Miss Cornelia Van Gorder Is II \ 111K In the country home of the late Courtlelgh Fleming, who until his reccnt death had been president Of the Union bank, wrecked because of the theft of a large sum of currency. Miss Van Oorder receives a note warning her to Vacate the place at once on pain of death Dale returns from the city, where she h.?d been to hire a gardener Miss Cornelia tells l.l/.zie Allen, her faithful Irish maid, who la decidedly nervous, that a detec- tive Is coming that nlaht. The Kardcner strives. giving his mime as Brooks CH...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 30 September 1927

f- ■ jS \ Id *4-t ■- v - * £ 1 E c ■" <*'8C " •-■ " •'•rSi ,■ ' *• ' VTfc -Jp -i ' 'THB 8AINT JO TRIBUNE, Entered at the Poatoffice at Saint Jo, Texas as Second Class Matter, 1898. Published every Friday. L.J.REYNOLDS Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1927 Subscription Rates—in Advance One year $1.00 Six months 50 Three months .25 A Short Sermon By Rev. S. L. Ball, Sherman, Texas Advertising rates for display space made known on application. Business Locals, Obituaries, Cards, at 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 MY NEIGHBOR? That question, if it did not startle, at least set the world to thinking two thousand years ago. And now comes Dr. Thomas Jesse Jones, said by some to be the greatest American authority on international educational problems, and startled the recent convention of the World Federat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 30 September 1927

= 't'TlOT^'i^v^ Hi MIrf""ijl^f^j'Tjifioin'i i n—prum hy . rr...... ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦><*< a ftt11 It 11I mittttltHM OUR Jack 0'Lantern I FLOOR DISPLAY It's in our window See it TOD A Y This is just the time to choose--during our FALL LINOLEUM DISPLAY. Make it your Floor-Selection Week. See the latest ARMSTRONG'S LIN- OLEUM FLOORS in our new JACK O' LANTERN window. Examine our complete and varied stock. SCOTT BROS. Helping You Build Since 1890 tv * 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. * • • • — ------- - ■ • • * * * • « * * • J AS. R. WILEY • • ATTORNEY • • Saint Jo, Texas • • ••••••••••• • C. C. W A R E • • Cleaning and Pressing * • Garments Called for and Delivered • • First Class Work • • ••*••*•*•***••*** * D. E.MILLIKIN * Poultry, Produce, Cream * Solicits your Patronage. ♦ONE PRICE TO ALL* *******•***,*****, • THOMPSON'S BARBER SHOP • Good...

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