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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 30 September 1927

"Mi::; v ■ L l\ mr ■ " ■- ■ ' 'V V™ * ST. JO TRIBUNE Columbus Da W5s*is£ Ai-* :* 'life" ■ \Mfcit? i ,v^m m <* (St A Ukr* ■J "*. I ZAlWUfd GF CQr,2ZV7JD'cS v/todos t'/'l/nc/r>r*'ooz(>f ttiqfcrwiacf V: «•% - 1 •••A NiKXfr £±**5 x, SPMgp •-.": •■' - v'i ,~J •%: ^ -;•*,: .4 *r. ■■ ?tn? OARAJ^L-S 07* CfOZjyTttZA'} <£*- By ELMO SCOTT WATSON A S OOTOl'.FIt 12, Columbus day, comics t\ around again to remind us of Unit " ^ hold navigator wlio is universally credited with discovering the New world, It brings to mind once I —~tnore also the Innumerable ques- tions about the lire of Columbus which still arise after tli< se 4!>fi years and which have never yet been satisfactorily answered. It would seem that four'centuries of Inveffixation should have cleared ui> nn.v mystery about lilra, hut the fact remains that historians are not yet ready to ■agree upon at least three important facts con necled with his career and almost every year sees some new theory advanced about on:...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 30 September 1927

■ nil I & IIP FOR ST. JO TRIBUNE B I * SICK WOMEN Lvuia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Has Restored the Health cf Thousands Brooklyn, New York.—Mrs. G. Ilea- mann of 228 Schaeffer St., was ln'a run- _ __ d0WB condition and could not do her housework. She could not sleep at night. Her story is not an unusual one. Thousands of women find them- selves in a similar condition at some time in their lives. "I found your ad- vertisement In mjr iiii letter bo*," wrot® Turn HtfcTuauu, "and took Lytfra 2 Piukham's Vegetable Compound and rot relief." Mrs. Hermann also took Lydia E. Pinkham's Herb Medlcinc and Lydia E. Pinkham's Pills for Constipa- tion, with good results. She says, "I am recommending your medicines to all 1 know who have symptoms the same as mine, and to others whom I think it win help. You may use my (statement as a testimonial, and I will answer any letters sent to me by women who would like information regarding your mcdlclncs." Tiiero are women In your state- perhaps i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 30 September 1927

n s . i i I ! i. i m v ^ - v- r - ' SF-f#' * 5 : '■ " tfggTS LOCAL NEWS HENS Halph Donnell was on business Monday. in Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Mosiey daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. | • Sid Jones of Duncan, Okla., visited Saint Jo Eleven Wins Sweeping Vlcto- Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Mosiey Sunday. Mrs. J. M. Fleming Gainesville Wednesday. Mrs. J. P. Bellah of Frederick, Ok., . . and Mr. and Mrs. Dixie Howell of Sny- v suea in (jei.( xexaSi wj,o have been visiting I Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Puryear, returned E. B. Scott went to Fort Stockton home Saturday of last week a few days ago_on_business. | Sam Pedigo at^ed a rty at the F. R. Grotte and family have moved r°T of ^OTena J«hnston from route 3 to Illinois Bend. Bridgeport Monday evening. ry Over Neighbors in Clay. With a cool breeze sweeping across the football field, the Panthers opened their home season Friday afternoon with a decisive victory over Bellevue to the tune of 12-0. As the teams made their initial appearance on the g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 7 October 1927

&* 1HE SAINT ESTABLISHED 1898 .V J**.,. ^ V - . ■ •; SAINT JO. MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1927 VOLUME 29, NUMBER 47 Safety and Service Money may not BUY happiness, but the LACK of it can cause a lot of UNHAPP1NESS, no question about that. Money is hard to obtain. It is even harder to KEEP after you once get it. The best place to keep your money is in a Bank—but be careful in the selection of a Bank. You take no chances when dealing with an old-established, reliable Bank like ours. We have stood every test. Safety and service here, always. The First National Bank. II. D. FIELD, President JOE BOWERS, Cashier S. M. KING, Vice President GEO. A. WRIGHT. Ass't Cashier TRADES DAY PRIZES. 67 Entries for Prizes on Canned Goods Trades Day. COTTON REPORT. the Quibley Pump. He returned via Chicago and Cleveland. Mrs. Clifford Ware, Mrs. J. A. La. Cotton buyers report 190 bales re- ceived in Saint Jo up to Wednesday night, with prices ranging from 20 Nier and Miss 7dna LaNier...

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

MMW V. I> ST. JO TRIBUNE r i rn A Novel y/orn the Play By Mary Roberts Rinehart and Avery Hopwood The ropyrtgh', 1 ^-1^,Avt'ry TTopwonil. WNtT 3orvl"a STORY FROM THE START Defying all efforts to cnpture him, after a long series of mur- ders anil robberies, a sup«r- orook known only as "The Rat" has brought about a veritable reign of terror. The chief of po- lice assigns his best operative, Anderson, to Ret on the trail of The Bat. With her niece. Dale OKden, Miss Cornelia Van Oorder Is living In the country home of the late Courtlelgh Fleming, who until his recent death hud 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. Dnle returns from the city, where she had been to hire a gardener The gardener arrives, giving his name as Brooks. He admits he Is not a gardener, but needs work Miss Cornelia tells Doctor Wells of the threatening note. They are int...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 7 October 1927

.Ar ■ "" ' , *. WMBPiS:'/' i i \ THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Entered at the Postofflce at Saint Jo, Texas as Second Class Matter, 1898. Published every Friday. 1-.J.REYN0LDS Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1927 Subscription Rates—in Advance One year $1.00 Six months BO 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 ckarged or collections taken up or accepted, eulogies, poems, etc., will be charged for at five cents per line for each insertion. LENDING MONEY TO FARMERS A Short Sermon By Rev. S. L. Ball, Sherman, Texas A Word of Thanks. Text: "And they were all filled with the Holy Ghost, and began to speak with other tongues, as the Spir- it save them utterance." Acts 2:4. The day of Pentecost, which came just ten days after the ascension of our Lord, is or should be remembered as among the greatest events that ever occurred in the history of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 7 October 1927

■ !■ / '• Kn 7 MIIIMMWHMWMIIIIMIIHIIMIIIHIWWWwj MERCHANDISE that will bear inspection in both Quality and Price SCOTT BROS. Helping You Build Since 1890 iHMWMI M11II H t HHMMMW H M11II HI 11 ■■■♦♦♦♦ a Delicious Pork Roast for Dinner or a Tender, Juicy Beef Roast? We Buy or Trade for Cattle or Hogs HIITSOM 8 COBB, SANITARY MH THE CITY NEAT MARKET Reopened for business under supervis- ion of C. E. HUCHTON Your Patronage Appreciated S. M. Lauderdale, Prop. Phone 124 • JAS. R. WILEY • • ATTORNEY * • Saint Jo, Texas * ************ • « ** *** * C.C.WARE * Cleaning and Pressing * 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. ♦♦ * « * * ***« * DR. CLYDE W. YETTER • * Genera] Practice of Dentistry * * Saint Jo, Texas * * Dental X-Ray * *« ** *•** * BARRETT SCOTT * * Geeral Insurance and Bonds * * Office at C. H. Dunbar's Store * * Saint Jo, Texas ******** ********...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 7 October 1927

ST. JO TRIBUNE f.W cW rl(M .W th* old Wi/7 V \"^ • * flowi. gf: \f/ /> \ WooiHorkit [ ' : - -*■' / wtUitturbfi , j *! /.. a/i V i# ' 1 A! i / ■* - ' I 1 " " ' ' ' > ' I .tV ..-.; - :- V Jack Denipsey Goes to the Floor in the Eighth P^emcdel with OAK floors Make rwry r om li!;e m>r ,v c-tjvnite. Oak flu« r« urc pTrnar.ei \ • -p cl an. V. ritc I'jf i'*ir<pl«'U irr Iti.- .rmf. OAK rLOORINu bursa «r 1 J.9J BuilUci*)' UuIMIp^ CiliCAOO Tkl • I f •%«- f ijr«T tli(i Mi'ii fitr '.i itif 111 T. hiih U '• i• •11■ r. Ul id i . - | no l)( .ill 1 WU'lM.iUh.u J , |. ,, , s, v , lt i ri \t l..4 EARN $2 OR 5203 "'<• «i w i> I .i• I■ 11- i .f fi • wuh O " V. ,i )ii, . , \,>1 (mn, | to i#u.v tn w i ,i, i; 1 >fcJN V I. It i TH ' r > Qu.l.ty .... f, Co}., I'liiil 'lr •*. Nltaili' Trt'ci, I linsirliiu sliriib*. wi'Kin . v , mi.■> | ,v „> in i. . . 11. ] ItltthohC <|uiilti \ *h :.>i .s*l . h- l ii * at j Cli'l iiiK &in ruiriti N m >.• ry t 'o . i <i . Ten '...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 7 October 1927

. 0 - ■frhr! ir* M MraflMi JitU Ly In ,1 tl Lens Suffering by Taking Jia E. Pinl;hc.:n's Vege- table Cr. mpound little town of tho ntiddlo West. <li.'couiattod woman. For four •*"" ■"< month.-. .hp had Ik ca ~ j in hUi'li iiooi- health . *• ! t hat iio could not I >to\> t > put on li r Ui'^bla lii do her w-irk, uiinblo to go ou ot door-, or tnjoy a friendly chat wiih lur neighbors, life ■■moil dark indeed Ui.Mrs. Haugln rty. Then one day, a . t-Ml.i t was left at Idly she turned the * was reading with .n'ert The little booklet with litters i n mi wfiuu-n in imilai" to hi ra who had ! callh by taking Uydi.i E. lour V< tali Ins: tli ■ baur.ti 'tnnound . ! ii on tin diff. Com- 'ar.il more, iii can 1 5111. "Ill w • Com :111 N t).- i'fiUllil Jt !o hi l'ai'ts ind i on tl;a Suri "iuad ij U.t- huii-owlfe sin!!. • \vWi s;fjjH;„. •"ito li.u!, the l.itvlv.-f i,| while . tut Ih- mid ll ink ! I'.all Hitle A; I gi-ncoi-s — \i2\. In ).; i \\ :tTit to. ' —*—i wmjF.i; .> ^tfir ....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 7 October 1927

^ * ♦ - M* V *- *••* " *" "* **& "K*+~<P '"f' BiaM^^h^h bFfeRirarardJi uuramriu ■rdJHrdr.ifEJureiEJHJHiii COME! B P p i? rfs m g3 i« r h This is the Famous Store s Supreme Effort to give you the Greatest Sale from the pomt of Value Giving* you ever attended. The Sale Opens ■& ,? m I I m tith 1 l«ai uc at 9 a. in. Be Here Early ! % [I * i jl !r« £ <= if We are going to give away Twenty Prizes to the first twenty people mak- ing a purchase of $5 or more. Prizes given, at 3 p. m. first day of sale. 31 •ize win be $5 in g' The most complete line of Coats for ia- dies and children in Montague County Sizes rant>e from 2 to 50 7.85, 9.95, 11.85 12'50 up to 37.SO en's $285 $395 $485 $745 up to 12 30 These Coats were bought by our New York buyer at a remark- ably low price and we can soil them for much less than the overage store. \ S/Vhen you see our Men's Suits You Wonder How We Do Wo aire deliberately selling this lot of suits at just about half their original prices. AH ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 14 October 1927

< zr r! If THE SAIN i JO TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1898 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1927 VOLUME 29, NUMBER 48 Why Save? Well, there are a thousand good reasons why you should save, to every one that you shouldn't. There may be sickness, and many other uncertainties. It is equally necessary that the avrage man make his thrift effective by consistently building up his savings and placing them ii^ sound investments that will earn at least a small, reg- ular income. Money employed in honest, successful enterprises, is the most powerful foe of dependent old age. We have such securities and bonds for sale. The First National Bank. H. D. FIELD, President JOE BOWERS, Cashier S. M. KING, Vice President GEO. A. WRIGHT. Ass't Cashier FORESTBURG NEWS. COTTON REPORT. Cotton buyers report 245 bales of cotton sold in Saint Jo to date, the prices ranging from 19 to 21 cents. flOTtsioMMOIL FIELD Thornton and Tolbert on Dennis Mo. 2, on the Harp Dennis place in the Bulcher fie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 14 October 1927

■m v V- - - , •? *• .' . •■ - i ^':-v .«*! * KBftjgKlHBSSM ' i. /':■*• I*:'/-. ST. JO TRIBUNE Head of Legion Parade at Unknown Soldier's Tomb > / mmms& I ■ I This photograph, just received from Paris, shows the American Legion parade passing the grave of France'* Unknown Soldier at the Arc ue Trlomphe. Mississippi River Is Staging a Come-Back I iiilirHTmf A group of steamboats at the St. Louis levee, their fires under forced drafts, about to depart for points along the Mississippi river from Keokuk, Iowa, to New Orleans. Last year more than a million tons of freight moved through St. Louis and this year is seeing further Increases in river shipping. The Father of Waters is fast regaining the prestige It enjoyed during the glorious eighties. Lindsey Burns Up Confessions if Ben B. Lindsey, former judge of the Juvenile court In Denver, burning fcome of the 5,000 confessions of troubled women and girls which he had iiccutnulated during his experience as Judge. Mr. Lindsey has bee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 14 October 1927

:;s#f ST. JO TRIBUNE THB — STORY FROM THE START t'efying .1 ! •-ff11 < S i rn, uf (i r u I - til l! * ■ ia. ilvfn anil iitM.ifru1*, c11' k k(towi im fi.i s tirouyhi * i> capture of mur- II Mil r - The Hal" \ uriiiii'i. i.i v, ..■ ii <>r ■ tii-i' it -'mIi .Vntltl r .si i ii Til.- Iim i,)i(il«ll M • ■* I tivlun in Hi 4 I ii I y t'.. ; r' I •mill In* r> •• i ■>f ' .sl'l.-lit <" i-i'U 1,4 . iu ,1 lare.ir '.III < • I Ii I I'.l'll' r «, unine I i u it I ill r I- III (111 : 'turn* in in. 1 ll ■■! Ii.-.' ii I . I (if u ill . II. ■ I n 11111 u* [ir.i .1. ■ 111'I I i: -i I ft I II. r Ml.-* i• n - i i I •i (Ii. II...•i'I lie 'lit. I l III' . i) .1 .1 u i I'll .u in H '111 II '«il.'I -IV! I"' Mull 'M il ' i M I HI!.', - I ^ •ill. t III..I .if If. ... IMU'f. ■ ' ..M 11... trail hi i. lift nil... Iiiih i. li.i Van li'inli-i • ■ Min r> 11 * 111 • ti I ■igb ricriiiiiu, « In' I lif'.flh ll III l.l'.-l. Hi" I'll lull Ii I II Is. i.f Hi.- Hu ll i.f I .-in i. in y. Miss i 11-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 14 October 1927

THE SAINT 10 TRIBUNE; Entered at tht Postoffice at Saint Jo, Texas as Second Class Matter, 1898. Publifched every Friday. L. J. RE YNOLDS Kditor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1927 Subscription Rates—in Advance One year $1.00 Six months 50 Three months .... .26 JIHHIHHIHIHMHHmiHIHm HHIHIHIHHH haps the great majojrity of people • ~ the world over have to practice "riff- • id economy," through all their years. • The various and numerous disasters ♦ ' which have overtaken the farmers, • especially in the South, this year, re- — mind us that many others will be • I added to the old list who practice • | "rigid economy." —o— * Not only farmers, but men in all A Short Sermon By Rep. S. L. Ball, Sherman, Texas BARRETT SCOTT Geeral Insurance and Bond* Office at C. H. Dunb r'« Store Saint Jo, Texan «■ I vuv j uiik viiiiokiHiii in wav u . , • , ,,. _ , , — " ' ~ . . . . . A ic-j babe in Christ, and needs the sincere sorts of business will feel the press- « ***** + * in, milk of the word ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 14 October 1927

Mr !£ ypi $ yR hfi ^NWOUNCEMENITl 1890 SCOTT BROS. Saint Jo, Texas 1927 To the Public: -••• , , We take great pleasure in announcing the addition of a Licensed Embalmer to our firm. W. L. Scott, Jr., a Licensed Embalmer, Fun- eral Director and Derma Surgeon, is now a member of our firm. W. E. Scott, Jr., here for the past year, is in charge of the Furniture Department. Come in and let the Scott Bros., Jr., wait on you. Your Friends, SCOTT BROS., Sr. Phone, Day 57 Phone, Night 22 October Merchandise; October is the month of changing. The geese are Hying south. The folks are settling down for the winter. That mean;; the old stoves are brought out along with the "old red flannels." How about your old stove? We have some real values in Heaters, both wood and coal, Cook Stoves and Oil Stoves. Wood Heaters $2.25 to $25.00 Coal Heaters $.00 to $25.00 Cook Stoves $29.50 to $75.00 New Perfection Oil Stove $26.10 and $45.00 Coal Heaters $8.00 to $25.00 In our Re-finished Stoves, we offer whil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 14 October 1927

r '.V. > 4 V —tr IRltlM mm " •>"- " K-V-i?' ~ •> - V^'l ST. JO TRIBUNE Silk Stockings Have stockings in the very newest shades; your old or faded stockings given any tint In the rainbow In Hv® minutes; with fifteen cents' worth of Diamond Dyes! but use dyes, not syn- thetic tints. And be sure they're true dyca. I ry a pair tonight! Use Diamond Dyes, and no one will dream they were tinted at home. And you can do real dyeing with Just as perfect re- sults. If you will just use the true Diamond Dyes. FREE; Why not ask your druggist for the very useful Diamond Dye Cy- clopedia? Valuable suggestions, easy directions, and piece-goods sample colors. Or write for free copy of Color Craft, a big Illustrated book sent post- paid—address DIAMOND DYES, Dept NIK, iSurlington, Vermont. Diamond Dyes Just Dip to TINT, or Boil to D YE Long-Felt Want What tliis world needs is a spray and a germicide for the humbug.— Wilmington News. Laid over old worn floors at slight expense. Write for fret...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 14 October 1927

jm ST. JO TRIBUNE Caught Cold at Noon; Sang that Night! Trust a professional singer to know <vhat to do for a cold! Give hlra five li urs, and lie can knoek out a cold that would have prevented his singing one note. The secret of going a whole season without a serious cold is some- tiling everybody ought to know. A simple compound does it, and it is obtainable in tablets. Just ono will stop a cold with the first sniffle; sev- eral will break up a cold that's even reached the stage of grippe! Popes Cold Compound costs but 35c at any drug store PAPE'S COLD COMPOUND (onstipated? Take W—Natdhe's Remedy—tonight. Your eliminativeorgans will be functioning properly fay morning and your constipation will end with a bowel action aa free and easy as nature at her beat—no pain, no griping. Try it. Mild, safe, purely vegetable— At Dru««i3ts —only 25c Grove's Chill Tonic Purifies the Blood and makes the cheeks rosy.eoc Keep Stomach and Bowels Right By givir.fr baby the harmless, purely Vegeta...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 14 October 1927

Public Sale Chevrolet Circus. jfjinijnrajEiafiuara^^ S i j . !j Come to Us |! for the following PURINA FEEDS Cow Chow Bulky Las Calf Chow O'Molene Chow Hen Chow Chicken Chowder X s 3 j 1 3 2 3 LOCAL NEWS ITEMS eyw visiting in the Frog Pond community this week. Mrs. Fred Shirley of Wichita Falls is spending Mr. and Mrs. L. H By the week with her parents, Zetzsche. Pig fliancey Grocery v i- * * * ****** **«***•• TAKE NO CHANCES HAVE YOUR EYES TESTED AND FITTED BY AN * EXPERIENCED, REPUTABLE * OPTICIAN * Scientific knowledge, 35 years * experience and conscientious * consideration are what you * want, and you will find that my * service embodies all three fac- * tors, " NEED GLASSES? SEE : R. B. NALL m * Exclusive Optical Sepcialist * Commercial Bank Bldg- SHERMAN, TEXAS * <; * # * • ill * « **«•*« CHIROPRACTIC The Modern Health Science W. H. REYNOLDS Chiropractor Saint Jo, Tex- I**#************ « * * * * * * * ******* I * \1ISS L1LLIE DESPAIN Kindergarten and Mu&ic AT HER HOME ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 21 October 1927

v-'-'TK .... • K ■ . . ;.v. ::HPi W& I - . -- . - , .. -i ESTABLISHED 1898 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER*2I, 1927 VOLUME 29, NUMBER 49 Why We Do It We ask you to do your banking business at our Bank be- cause it is for your best interest to do so. WHY? Well, first of all, because your funds at our Bank will be safe. Then, we have the very best banking facilities, which are always at your command. And further, our officers are cour- teous and obliging and anxious to be of service to you. uur vaults ure insured, our loans carefully made; in fact, we are proud of our modern banking institution. The First National Hank. S. M. KING, Vice President GEO. A. WRIGHT. Ass't Cashier $ H. D. FIELD, President JOE BOWERS, Cashier DYE MOUND NEWS DYE MOUND, Texas, Oct. 18.— Mrs. Nela May Wilson and children returned to their home at Montague Sunday after v'siting relatives here and near Forestburg. In Interest of Good Roads. COTTON REPORT. MONTAGUE NEWS Cotton buyers report ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 21 October 1927

4 I * * ST. JO TRIBUNE OUR COMIC SECTION " ; ■■■■>: n ■ Our Pet Peeve IMMiiaP--xMrntiM Xi,; ,>x>' '><■ >■*; ,* . ' v > *, - -.. ■ ' >- ' V ; •I:- V:*> N Ot R Wfc mw*m} WMm,I offers of debt settlement, but without avail. & y&7h'*VT DH, V. N. POLOVESA, a woman, Soviet representative of the Rus sian Red Cross in I .on don since 1921, was expelled from England by or der of the home office. She is the first woman to be denied the privi leges of the country since the raid on the Russian Trading company's head quarters by Scotland Yard men to search of propaganda. (Copjrriffbt, W. N. U.l 1 Demonstration of anti-aircraft pins with remote control, at the Aberdeen proving grounds. 2—Tannenberg national war memorial dedicated by the Germans and accepted by President Von Llindenhurg. 8—Shooting of a bis oil well near Jacksonville, III., where the precious fluid has been found at a depth of 330 feet. NEWS REVIEW OF CURRENT EVENTS Opponents of Obregon in Mexico ...

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