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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 19 November 1926

11 JB " —--Til * ■ TCM TT" W '* "• ' "" ■ :'l • - -v- • ■ Mtews ' • . - . ai TT -^iHf5VVlbE> t£AO!Ma OEp'r. 5t0?s handise Must be Sold Now Yourself by Helping Us Unload -fflEWKSmCRIFICINGSALE in our history — don't miss it if you want to save on . yll your winter needs IR PRICES HAVE BEEN CUT TO THE GIVING POINT tsiness—But cold weather coming late has cut our season short. We must meet heavy obligations— facrifice our Profits-THIS IS YOUR GREATEST OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE!!' >, MERCHANDISE at less than End of Season Prices Greater Than Ever ARE THE-REDUCTIONS - IN THIS Values to $3, Velour Sofa Pillows Ribbon Trimmed FELT SUPPERS Regular 1.39 Ladies Knit Union Suits 39c p, 95c 39c 48-inch oil cloth squares Sale of NOW $10.t0 and More >1 Jersey, Flannels [D CHILDRENS inter SHOES Ia.H" tlwii: ^alae*—Erery Pair Guaranteed 1 .98 0.98 Mens Shoes At Cut Prices Don't Pay High Prices for Tour Shoes When You Can Buy Them Here for Less SHOES AND OXFORDS ■45 2" 3 J « A** Our Shoed Include...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 19 November 1926

■HMM .^v • t i I I J. ' t \ Ik •iV « M >v 1 Jl ei - ■> x*-< ■-mm* rnr, w r , •. ... -.. -~jss-v yTT'.y.-yy** TtUf «A1M JO TBtll'JKX 3be Saiut Jo Weekly tEribuue, I " ■ i 111 i , i ■ gpter*d *1 the Poatofflce at Saint. fo*IWr«. u S€COnd Mat\P> Published Every Friday first buildiug'wiit of Citttens National Bf.tik L. J. BBYNOLlJB, Editor and Propiietor Subscript Ion Ralmi 0«e year $1.50, six months 76c. four moths 60c, ooe month 16c. IN ADVANCE Advertising rates sent to any address on application. Saint Jo, Mont vgue County, Texas, Friday Nov. 19, 192G —- — - - j't. r r * - - «. - GONFEREHCE ON COTTON PLANS. Washington, Nov. 15.—Ropro- sontatives of tho newly organized cotton financing corporations on Tnesday discussed with the Fed- eral Fa a; Lcu_ 2oa; d plans for .iijposinyr cf this 5 ear's record t . 0| > The conference also was attend- ed by Eugene Meyer, chairman of the committee on cotton ap- pointed by President Coolidgf and by the presidents of the in- tevmedute...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 19 November 1926

. '■ • ' • r^sTTrrr?^ £:<?::.• '•>.' 'r.:-'*C:i;vf m'&SKz ■™fr: ' •T «.-. T^SlRjEfB* f - S3P;. "<^iV i .ijflisWfS « WM3 tttt. '' 1 -■■- 1 Extra Special B a s EL r S3 m m We have six Tapestry Rugs, 9x12, a very closely woven weave, fast colors—only six-- at the never before heard of prices— $16.50 each ® m m m m a YOUR FRIENDS, SCOTT BROS. Better Service Since 1890 f& ^CTlgtglBtlgKlBI BtgtttffgBTBT m, W4-®SJ 5^1 IK* * > FOR SALE i will sell fixtures in m shop and lease the building to the purchaser. I am not able to do the work. W. F. PRICE MEAT MARKET Notice By Puliation Final Account. No. 2492, The State of Texas To the Sheriff hr any Constable of Montague County Greeting: Arch Holland; Administrator of the Estate of Mattie Fortune, deceased, having Piled in our County Court his final account of tbe condition of the Estate of said Mattie Fortune, deceased, together with an application to be discharged from «aid Ad- ministration, You are hereby commanded-, that b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 19 November 1926

" < ■ •. '• * V 'gLlL '. THANKSGIVING PROGRAM "BATHS OF EMPEROR OPEN TO PARISIANS "Baina Deligny" Still ?n U e on Seine I L Si t| \ ts George Marlow, & moving pio- ture owner, and P. Y. Jolley, a banker, of Atoka, Okla., Were in Saint Jo Tuesday and Wednes- day* prospecting for business locations. Mr. and Mrn. J. O. Killougb ol Duncan, Okla., pusitod through here an their way to Port Worth, and Bpent Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Cam p. Mrs, Ktllough and Mrs. Camp are si9ters. 0. K. McDonald returned to his home near Vernon Sundiy. He has been here trying to find; cotton Dicker/*. He said he had a hundred bales of coiton to pick. Mr. and Mrs, H&ytnond Hemp- bill and little daughter Frances ol Childress spent the week end here with relatives. —o— Mrs. Earl Giles and little daugh- ter Margaret retu rned last Satur- day from a wetk's visit with her sister, Mrs. W. L>. Franklin, at Hedley, Texas. Mrs. Mary Maddox anil little son, Melvin James, irom Walters Okla., ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 26 November 1926

'• •< it*/. JO Established 1898 SAINT JO. MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1926. < !. 2<>. !M>. 2 The Thing That Counts In financial affairs it is not what you MAKE or what you SPEND that counts. Many men have made and spent for- tunes and still died poor. It is what you SAVE that really counts. The day laborer, I addiug a little to his bank account each week out of his scant earnings, is doing better than the fellow with the big salary who is spending more than hp maxes We invite you to open an account at our Bank The First National Bank. i> ln'.l.l*. lorc BOW RHS Cashier. s. M. IvlJNO. Vlce-I'r alrtenl. How to Keep "Kids" 0£f Street BILL BOOSTER SAYS: qomwou sense teusmetmat U IT IS BARGLV ?OSSl3lE "OttS A1K1T TVtE SEST TOWW 114 TtAE UMtTfcO STATES 3UT STILL COMCHOU) I ; KSEPOU "TWtMKWQ IT tS JUST TV.E SAWiE, BEC'AUC = 1 LIKE IT SO MUCH. " (7 TV J cjm . fe _ \~fm_ t M ■ /Tw / fa£* O f /L ] I vf NOTES FROM THE Oil FIELD (Communicated) ".Vie .you hungry...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 26 November 1926

run Mmjn vmatn Zbc Satat 3o Meehlie Srlbuue 'MUSIC IN COLLEGES GAINS ■ - ' ■ > - ■ ' a ■■■ -~v- tm *tkt n-^KT oanumaHiaiHiwiiitiauiiiiiiiiiiaic in,.,, t tntered «t the Pogtolftce at Saint Jo, Texas, as Socond Ua*s Matter n*A Published Every Friday first building east of Citizens National Bank L. J. REYNOLDS. Editor snd Proprietor Subscription Rutes: One year $1.60, six months 75c. four motlis 50c. one month 15c. , IN ADVANCE Advertising rates sent to any address on application. Saint Jo, Mont\gue County, Texas, Friday Nov. 26, 192G "Know Your Oil" BILL BOOSTER SAYS: 0xx less1u4s ou "tv46 radio, golf, teumis, baseball , football, automobile movies, every form op sport amd HEATHY DWfRSlOtt WHW smwrsu? THIS SAP o.r NWORUP or TM. AWOTRPUC^i PAR PROWV BETIMff A wast* op TIME, -TH2Y ASS WCiTH "TVS'Z WSISHTW HEALTH j\X7 HA?riWES3. " Before deciding to move to gome new locality through the in. fluence of some smooth-tongued sales agent—just stop and count the cost. Then figure out how iL...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 26 November 1926

^ \ B ? ''rvr .:-'' *tu U , • ♦' -• - ' ' • '■* :. T.M, mti&B Extra 5pecial & a m s s 8 We have six Tapestry Rugs, 9x12, a very closely woven weave, fast colors—only six-- at the never before heard of prices— $16.50 each m u ® m m YOUR FRIENDS, SCOTT BROS. Better Service Since 1890 ^ HEN you order Meat for dinner YOU WANT IT w FRESH CLEAN SANITARY That's the kind of meat we offer you W. F. PRICE MEAT MARKET Registered Jersey Bull of METZGER BROS, and ED C. LASATER'S Breeding now at the ser- vice of the public. Fee, $2.00 Andy Paraon* Place, west of Town B. A. MORROW CULBERSON ESTATE, $700,000 Austin, Nov 20 —Estates of the late Senator Charles A. Cul- berson and his late wife were val- ued at more than $700,000, ac cording to the preliminary re- ports filed with the inheritance tax division of the comptroller's department Saturday. The estate of the late Senator ~.*as valued at $34,000. vrhile that his wife was listed at $625,000 and both consisted chiefly cf TINY DIATOMS HO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 26 November 1926

•v.. .< mm Srifm . \ -i. ■ r— -v THE 8AINT JO TRIBUNE Thanksgiving Pucgam at Schoc! Building.. 1000 FIRE EXTINGUISHERS GIVEN AWAY until von come to Gainesville - Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Coursey ol Gainesville visited her i> Mr. and Mrs J. H Chane y h. i\ JSafar 'ay and Sunday. Mr. and -M'v. J IV Lodhum <r Noooaa Spent Tuosdn v willi tin family t f h«r son, M r. an 1 .1 > - J. G. Muy. (rdods1 must mo\'e. Tike Vm at your own price. Fleming. Who holds Tuesday Mi.; 1 5 mil utes to 6 o clock? .This dial wins the 100-piece dinner set nt thr> ^ew;and SecAnd Hnd v • i >• Bring1 them in A v ry, int.'rosting ThanKS gM. i p ,jin w s uiv n 1 the • -1 !. i lii- Monday • ft ■ -n b i -I'l t mi'S in 1 ll" dif- f« ivn . . I Til • spjrit of D'ftj '-i a- ••"iijiiJV-sit, and I :: I' 11 ,i !■ V. it *• . i' IVeel Vl'd A I'll z 'I find "life " a* pr« h- <jnt .Hid nil qijuv. i .u .i the ear- no : ' t of Hi" student* and t,1 " . edit) i:.lining jivon theni b. h'' ii.:\ehor« i>> charge,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 3 December 1926

• • ■*.,• - .it . /.'/ SW ' *■*- WF V*d ? f Established 1898 SAINT JO, MONTAdUfc COUINfrV. TEXASv.FRJ&AV* DECEMBER 3, 1926. . t* 1 '1H 'If "l1.1 i f __—-I—gg ol. 20. rt.- J • ■ Making An Investment? It is always a good plan to consult your tanker before mak- ing an investment. Not that the banker is infallible or knows more than you do, but because he hasx better oppor- tunities to know. .... It is a part of his business. If he is a successful banker it stands to reason that he knows good investment, bond3 and other reliable securities. Possibly we may have just what you want Call and see. Prairie Hill News. The First National Hank. H. •>• f I Kl.l). rrnHidenl. JOB KOWKKS OHshtfr. H. VI, KINO, VWe-Fr' nIUein. NOTES FROM THE OIL FIELD NEW COUNTY JAIL FOR MONTAGUi: Montague county is to have a new jail in the near future, ac T.N. Field has let the contract j cording to a statement made to The H. 1). Field No 1, near town was down 1748 feet Wedne^. day night. —« — for a test, we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 3 December 1926

wm IS. - . • "T * . ■ "■ r. ■ iB«nai Gbe Salut 3fotHleefti Stared at the Postoffice at Saint Jo, Tetag, as Second VUuw Matter Published Every Friday first building east of CltiscaaNatl^iiri Ban* ; L; J. PEYKOLBb, Editor mid Proprlrtcr ' Subscript ion Ri/tes: 0*e ^X.r>0. bIt months 75c. four moths 50c. one month 15c. ______ IN ADVANCT Advertising rate3 sent to any address on application. Saint Jo, Mont\gue County, Texas, Friday Dec. 3, 1926 "To obey is bstte * than sacri- fice, and to hearken than the fat of rams," which might be par- aphrased to read- "To obey the law is batter than booze, and to hearken to the voice of counsel than to have to jg pardoned out by ma." Nueces oount.v is the banner cotton county of Texas this year, having ginned this season, up to November 22, J01,f>0G bales, which is more than 22,000 bales ahead of its nearest competitor, Hidalgo county, with 89,494 bales. Williamson oounty comes third with 89,415, and Ellis fourth with 88,611. Montague reported...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 3 December 1926

:iB*g ■ 4 IE* £mk nem J - ■sr T-tt •—- _... fi^srasaggttgBagffgi I Extra Special u ® m m m El M m OtD KAiSERHOF ' IS DOOMED TO CO We have six Tapestry •* "•'* ••„ • W'i Rugs, 9x12, a very closely woven weave, fast colors-only six— at the never before heard of prices— $16.50 each YOUR FRIENDS, SCOTT BROS. Better Service Since 1890 ^ cold Nugget stuffing BULLDOGGING FROM found in This Turkey A RUNIC CAR Home-Builder Gets Good Investment Plus Comfort m u m Butte, Mont., Nov. 28.—K>ve gold nuggets, worth more than the whole Thanksgiving dinner which the family of M r. and Mrs. William S. Roberts enjjyed on Thursday, were taken from the craw of ihe turkey which provided the meat course. The turkey had been procured through a packing house, but there its record is unknown, though it was believed the bird came from some Idaho farm. Notice to Tribune Patrons Having sold The Tribune, all subscription accounts outstand- ing are payable to Mr. Reynolds, the purchaser, and he assumes the com...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 3 December 1926

sK ' ■•' T P™ y:^ ■■ •'• v' ' < « \ "^fe'flATNT JOTRimJNE '*> i;' - - "• *; "V' Boys' all leather baits, at R. T. Back'®. - Sale It now on. Fleming. "" Bargains, Bargains, Bargains. Watch for the big sign. Fiemibg. Goods of every description that you use every day at the New and Secend Hand store. See show windows for gift goods at thp New and M^cond Hand store. Goods mu9t be sold. Fleming. I have a complete line of; wood, coal and oil stoves. U. Ii. Dn,vjs Popcorn for sale, Call Mrs. Charlio Kurd. Electric light globes at- H. T. Buck's •' ttulk seed and white Bermuda onion sets at IK L. Dowd's. New Stationery at Pedigo's Viak® your hens lay and .. ,jp the wolf away. Ail k.nds of ponltry .'sod at D. L. Dowd's. CITATION The State of Texas in the District Court of Mon- tague county, Texas, January term, A D 1927. To the Sheriff of any Constable of Montague County, Greeting' * lou are hereby commanded, that by snaking publication of iiii citation in ome newspaper public he. in sa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 December 1926

I'HE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Established 1898 SAINT JO, MONTAQUE COUNTY, TEXAS', FRIDAY. DECEMBER 10, 1926. Vol, 29. No. 4 What A Bank Needs Of course it ia the duty of a bank to look after the needs of its patrons, but the bank also has some needs Here are a few of them: A bank needs the confidence of its patrons It needs the good will of every resident of the community. It nc'ds a reputation for stability and honesty These are the objects this Bank strives to attain, while ren- dering competent banking service at all times. The First National Bank. II. u. *1 Ml.M. JOE howeiw Cfwfcler. S. M. K1NU. VIco-PfHldeut. NOTES FROM THE OIL FIELD Texas company bas brought in a pnmper producing 100 barrels a day on the J. W. Maddox land, Thompson survey. It is pump ing from a depth of 915 feet. W. T. Reese, 37, pumper for the Continental Oil compuny, who was found unconscious in a pump house nine miles north of Nocona about 7:10o'clock Sunday morning, died at the Wichita Falls Clinic-hospital at 1:3...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 December 1926

M / ttbe Satut 3o Meehl? uvibuuc Catered at the Postoffice at Saint Jo, Texas, as Second Class Matter •*<:* Published Every Friday first butliltng east of Cit zens Natl'-nal Bunk ^ L. J. hEYNOLDy, Editor end Proprietor Subscript ton Kites: Oae year $1.50, six months 76c. four moths 50c, one month 15c. IN AD VANCE Advertising rates sent to any address on application. 8aint Jo, Montague County, Texas, Fkiday Dec. 10, I92f> Homes were never so comforta- ble as in the present age, and never was it so difficult to find families at home. Our farmers not or.Iy "feed the nation," but they also give our politicians ihost of their food for thought. If your children "turn out" bad, it may be due to the fact that you are now paying no at- tention to what time they ''turn in" A great many car drivers are careful to keep their gas tanks well filled, but their think tanks seem to be perpetual 1> empty The optimist accomplishes the impossible, while the pessimist is busy explaining whv "it...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 December 1926

% ' • \f. mm^mmrnm^wmL & Extra Special & f *& X&. fit m M M m We have six Tapestry Rugs, 9x12> a very closely woven weave, fast colors—only six-- at the never before heard of prices— $16.50 each * YOUR FRIENDS, SCOTT BROS, Better Service Since /890 ss n m sv 5f*i ss mmmmm Dr. J. E. SMITH CITATION Office over S. D. Maador's Dry Good* Store Saint Jo -o- Texas J AS U WILEY ATTORNEY SAINT .lO.TfcXAS J.S. Jameson Richard Crawford Jameson & Crawford ATTORNEYS AT LAW General Practice. Montague Texas Barrett Scott GENERAL INSURANCE and BONDS fflce at C. H. Dunbar's Store, St. JO W. H. REYNOLDS CHIROPRACTOR Office Saint Jo, Texas f i T.A.WILEY LUMBER AND SHINGLES Composition and Corrugated RooQn* WALL BOARD AND BUILDING PAPER DOORS AND WINDOWS SCREEN DOORS SIIERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS AND VARNISHES Brh'k, Lime and Cement The very liest of everything of Ha !;lnd SAINT JO. TEXTS Electric, light globe-1 fit R. T Buck's. The State of Texas In the District Court of Mon- tague c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 December 1926

*v w L Ker. Warren T. Whiteside, pre* •Iding elder of Deeatiar District, will preach at the Methodist church Sunday night. Ever-Ready and B Brand Bat- teries for Radi-t and Telephone at Saint Jo Telephone Co office -.1 have a complete line of wood, coal and oil stoves. B. B. Davis White Orplngtoa Cockerels from full blood prize winner, 12.00 each. E. J. Moore, R-3, Saint Jo. Ingersoll everlasting Fountain Ten, as good as the host, $1.00, at R. T. Buck's. —-—o A fat hog for *aU:. O F. S|jee \ Montague, R-2. r Extra values on men's and hoy's Ready to Wear, at Flem- ing's Mrs. J, E. Smith and children aud Mrs. Earl Giles and little daughter visited in Dinton this wee'*. Extra yalue* on men's and boy's Ready to Wear, at Flem; ing'fl. Mr. and Mrs. W. H, Norman returned Sunday afternoon from Weatherford where they spent ten days while Mr. Norman was fePovering from an operation for tonsilitis. Begin shopping early. We can giro you better service at the New and 8econd Hand store. Boys' all...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 December 1926

W5 it. } > R 1 / V-frpjii ) ' . A'4i* ->• r,,,,,^?MI f.;T'*r v V •••-r-^'V ., 7. i*«K *,• '.i.v.; Vr. " •"' , *"'■ I i". 1 * r&ffiWt TH > Established 1898 SAINT JO. MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17,1926. Vol.29. NO. 5 What A Bank Needs Of course it is the duty of a bank to look after the needs of its patrons, but the bank also has so e needs. Here are a few of them: A bank needs the confidence of its patrons It needs the good will of every resident of the community. It ncds a reputation for stability and honesty These are the- objects this Hank strives to attain, while ren- dering competent banking service at all times, The First National Bank. H l>. tflKljD. President. JOE BOW KR8 Caahior. M. M.KiNO. Vico-Pr' nldont. BILL BOOSTER SAYS: O" H£ TURTLE OVjUS TUB HOME WE UVZS IU«SO DOES THE LOUjTY SUAIL. MAkl," WAVE THESE TWO HUMBLE CREATURES GOT IT 014 N0U<1 GET BUSV AMO BUV A HOUSE tU THIS PCEASAVJY TDWU AWO NOU'U- BE A BETTER AMD HAPPIER CITITEU 1 " Mi.'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 December 1926

' t'H* S;f $be Saiut 3o Meekly Gribuwe fatared at the Poetofflce at Saint Jo.Texaa, as Seconl Ua*. Matin--.^ Published Every Friday flr*t building east of Cit zena Nation*! $< *.. l*EVNOLl)S, Editor mid Proptletor Subscript ion litres: Oae year $1.50. six months 75c, four niotlis 50c. one month 15c. IN ADVANCE Advertising rates sent to any address on application. Saint Jo, Montague County, Texas-, Friday Dnc- 17, 1926 NEW LINOTYPE FOR THE TRIBUNE. In its efforts to improve and give the people and busi iosg men of Saint Jo a newspaper that will be worthy of their patronage, and • a distinct factor in the upbuild- ing of the city and .community, the Tribune some time ago placed an order for a linotype (typeset- ting machine) and it is being in- stalled this week. This step will not only improve the appearance of the paper, but it will enable us to give more local and general news, thus giving the subscribers more value for their money It will also give the editor more time to mix a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 December 1926

IV, jf ^RfcWWasW w®s^« *•« ■tc S-' 7«' ;'-■ >-•'-" ' V "•_"' •t:;^'A- Spa >. *#' K+$H i «r-> ' |{? Extra 5pecial 1 5 6 We have six Tapesti y Rugs, 9x12, a very closely woven weave, fast colors—only six— at the never before heard of prices— m m CITATION m m $16.50 each I M YOUR FRIENDS, m | SCOTT BROS. ggg Better Service Since 1890 mmmmmmm m ® mmmmwM <g^iggcsssyssSw=s jSasSS: LOW ROUND TRIP M-K-T HOLIDAY FARES To destinations in Texas and Louisiana tickets will be on sale December 17 to 25, inclusive. To destinations in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma tickets will be on sale December 21st to 25th inclusive. Final return limit to reach original starting point prior to midnight, January 6, 1927. ASK YOUR " KATY " AGENT, or write W. G. CRUSH Pass. Traffic Mgr., M-K-T Lines DALLAS, TEXAS FOR SALE Boys, while the weather is cool, The Dort residence in the west! crisp and healthy, bring me some paitoitown A six room house rabbits and squirrels, and get ten acres of land...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 December 1926

- BBS § A- r \ LOCAL NEWS ITEMS fpwoflh League Program Jaok Riymon of Tulia is visit-« 6:1 S 8onday afternoDn- lag his aunt, M rs. A. A. Hundley. and Spread- log tbe Christmas 8plrit." Wmon H ys ol FauttUnd Pader7,GTO-„Wrl"b,'w .. „ Tislted hi, brother, W. T. H.ys |on«- J°* the World. • Snllday Scripture—Luke 2:1, 20; Gal -o_ 6= 9.10. ■s0„ T„ , „ "Whit Christmas Means"— rtay Lawrence and Houston, n „ . 0nt.„_ Jones of Nosona were here on ' "<5jLnr riLrht Hniv business last Friday. nigh " Sheriff Elliott of Gainesville was visiting with friends in the city Sunday afternoon. The sale is on at Fleming's. Mr, and Mrs. R. T, Buck and daughter, Dorothy Ray, spent Sunday afternoon with his fsther, J. M. Buck at Hardy. Bring your chickens, eggs, butter and cream to the Saint Jo produce Co. We always pay Uie highest market price Funeral Directors. Scott Bros. Rev. Warien T Whiteside of Decatur, presiding elder of De- catur District, M. E Church, South, preacbecf at the Meth- odist church ...

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