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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 11 May 1928

TOE SAINT JO TRIBUNE , literal tt Ike Postwffice at Saint Jo, Sfcond Class Hatter, 1898. hlliM every Friday. L. J. REYNOLDS Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, MAY 11. 1928. Subscription Rates—in Advance year ......... $1.00 months 80 months ... -—-25 DUO flbfm three A Short Sermon By Rev. S. L. Ball, Sherman, Texas Advertising rates for display space made lcnown on application. Business Locals, Obituaries, Cards, 01 Thanks, announcements of enter- tainments where admission fees are Charged or colle>tions token up or accepted, eulogies poems, etc., will ha charged for at five cents per line for each insertion. THE WORD OF GOD. Text and references furnished by the Press Radio Bible Service, Inc., whose purpose is to give to all man- kind daily or weekly, a message from the Word of God, with a brief prayer, through the press and by radio. A SAFE FORTRESS:—As the mountains are round about Jerusalem go the Lord is round about his people "lom henceforth even forever.— 2Sam. 2:29,.30. PRAYE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 11 May 1928

V ii ■ ESI « E* -1 1890 miiniMi 1928 alone can tell When one in your midst shall answer the supreme roll call, it is our mission at this time1 to administer to those left sorrow- stricken, and by quiet and sympathetic service, to some extent alleviate their grief. Your Friends, SCOTT BROS. Embalmers Furniture Day Phone 57 FUNERAL SUPPLIES Day or Night. LICENSED EMBALMER MOTOR EQUIPMENT Night Phone 22 Oboy LUrn't Lmwt and K—p Spirit of Youth There has been no Improvement in Um longevity of human life In the last •M hundred years for those who react the age of fifty, a writer In Physical Culture Magazine maintains. By im- proving the mortality record of tl <r earlier years of life, lie admit)?, the average span of life has nearly doufelefl In the last two or three centurleii But, he says, the chances for life for a man of middle age have not inf- proved in the last century. "The proper way to prolong life," he declares, "is to get more life, to live more completely, to make yoursel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 11 May 1928

V R I: •'' vwp VRU rn m v J' ? '>• IfcV' • l«v • ;•« - ft. 1 •'- ' v?u2 *. t1'* • ■J? * Jjt* ' ... *fr3JI 'jV- TJflj .• r* "•• k;j "4 r/^ '-W4> w , jiBkS Al ^*v . «= !-SHE'S ANNOUNCEMENTS Tribune is authorised to an- ice the following candidates for respective offices, subject to the of the Democratic party: >1 Announcements Strictly Cash UK Representative. 47th District. PAUL FINN ' TOM L. WALKER For District Judge: VINCENT STINE ftr District Clerk: JIM L. HENRY (Second Term.) For County Judge: . H. N. DEARMORE (Second Term.) IW Sheriff BOB ANDERSON LEE HUSBAND JOHN W. WALES JACK HILL CAPT. G T COOPER T. P. BELEW Far County Tax Assessor B. B. (IRA) SLEDGE W. D. (DEE) SMITH JOE B. SPIYEY , Pk County Tax Collector. V. A. WOOD. (Second Term.) Cfcanty Superintendent Public I! ait rue LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Mrs. T. E. Giles and daughter Mar- garet were in Dallas shopping Tues- day. —o- D. C. Berry and Jas. R. WHey were Dallas visitors Monday. Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Wright Jeft Morday fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 18 May 1928

IfW 1 IB «OF76 .''4 ■ wl 3W5 wmm %m$pm y* 'ubaBi ■*" ■ j^^g- - '■■ ■* | iS^v:. '•<; • ' ""' •;■<" • - SAINT ' <i ESTABLISHED 1898 8AINT JO. MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1928 VOLUME 80, NUMBER 27 === Seriously Speaking Let's be really serious for a moment. What makes a bank really SOUND? It is CONFIDENCE, to be sure, but what es- tablishes confidence? We'll tell you. It is the men who conduct the bank. Our offi- cers are courteous, friendly. Our Directors know what is going on INSIDE this Bank. It is their business to know, and they DO know. Our stockholders are among the solid citizens of this community. Our patrons are people of influence and finan- cial worth. All these beget confidence, the one thing that builds up a strong Bank. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK H. D. FIELD, President JOE BOWERS, Cashier S. M. KING, Vice President GEO. A. WRIGHT. Asa't Cashier COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES , To Be Held at High School Audito- rium Friday Evening. CROWN BLOCK FELL. MONTAGUE NEW...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 18 May 1928

ws&m m W'.T* MR m " I I True to Location. THE 8AINT JO TBIBUNB Sin ten Texae tared at the Poatofflce at Saint Jo, aa Second Class Matter, 1898. Published every Friday/ L. J. REYNOLDS Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1928 Subscription Rates—in Advance One year $1.00 Six months — 50 Three months .25 A Short Sermon By Rev. S. L. Ball, Sherman, Texas iiiMwnmiiM Text: "In the beginning wss the|righteous man his thoughts: and let Word, and the Wotd was with God, him return unto the Lord, and he and the Word #as God. The same will have mercy upon him, and to our was in the beginning with God. All God, for he will abundantly pardon." things were made by him, and without him was not anything made that was made. In him was life, and the life was the light of men." John 1:1*4. 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 accept...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 18 May 1928

nv \ - v./.v M-.-J -'' ' -' • • :-y Pp J-f': • • ' . r " v" '/ ' "l " " Vv Wk .... - JH I J- ! 1890 Consolation- 1928 In that dark hour which marks the passing of some dear one, comes not from words of sympathy or offerings of yonr friends; —but only from the knowledge that you have done all in your power to make the last sad rites a tribute to your De«d. For this service we are capably fitted through experience, of many years, and our thoughtful ministrations accomplish for you that which you cannot do yourself. Your Friends, SCOTT BROS. Embalmers Furniture f \ Day Phone 57 FUNERAL SUPPLIES Day or Night. LICENSED EMBALMER MOTOR EQUIPMENT Night Phone 22 Lament* Patting of the "Good Old Timet*' Times have changed and peoj1* Have grown, so serious that the old dft- light In holidays has vanished, la the complaint volccd by the writer of an editorial in Liberty Magazine, i "April Fools' day was one of the bright spots of the year," points out the editorial. "There was a brick un- der t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 18 May 1928

ANNOUNCEMENTS The Tribune is authorized to an umince the following candidates for the respective offices, subject to the action of the Democratic party: Political Announcement* Strictly Cash For Representative, 47th District. PAUL FINN TOM L. WALKER For District Judge: VINCENT STINE Fbr District Clerk: JIM L. HENRY (Second Term.) For County Judge: H. N. DEARMORE (Second Term.; LOCAL NEWS ITEMS l Mrs. last week to Wichita Falls, he having sold his filling station, here to Harris & Gordon. Rev. and Mrs. ,R. C. Brinkley and children were visiting their parents in Westover and Megargle last week. Misses Beatrice Beckner and Billie Lain were shopping in Gainesville Monday. Mrs. J. E. Morrow and daughters, Misses Mona and Nadine Franklin of Marietta, Ok., were guests last week of relatives here, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Franklin. For Sheriff BOB ANDERSON LEE HUSBAND JOHN W. WALES JACK HILL CAPT. G T COOPER T. F. BELEW For County Tax Assessor B. B. (IRA) SLEDGE W. D. (DEE) SMITH JOE B. SPIVE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 25 May 1928

w safe mm I . ;;'yr • id iEHE mmi -> , « - j \ ;.v ■ ' '"*'PHP lS ,B Mr ;•• ■F'< THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE & ..f W; ESTABLISHED 18M SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1928 VOLUME SO, NUMBER 28 Silas Was Willing A traveling solicitor asked old Sir Chestnut the other evening if he would heip the Working Girls Home. Si promptly replied: "Sure, where are they?" Si didn't just exactly understand the proposition. It is always well .to know just what you are promising. Now, there is no misunderstanding on our part when we promise you good bank- ing service if you deal with our Bank. We know the banking business. Courtesy, efficient service, security—these we prom- ise and deliver, ,to one and all. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK H. D. FIELD, President S. M. KING, Vice President JOE BOWERS, Cashier GEO. A. WRIGHT. Ass't Cashier Lone Wolf Is No More Succumbs to Pursuers After 12 Hours Flight. The Citizens National Bank THE DAY - In the life of every one there comes a day when cas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 25 May 1928

—T « - ' ; *• ■■*■ '' •■ -. ; -' « mSEft V-iaE- • ,7 ., '•••.' r 8 ••* ,^K TIE SAINT JO TKIBUNE Entered at the Poatoffice at Saint Jo,|1 ' Tmxm as Second Class Hatter, 1888. ! ! Published every Friday. L. J. REYNOLDS Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1 28 Subscription Rates—in Advance One year $1.00 ■W WW « « WW WWW WWW WW A Short Sermon By Rev. S. L. Ball, Sherman, Texas Text: "My house shall be called of ship of God and the work of the all nations the house of prayer, but church. It takes money to run the ye have made it a den of thieves." church, and every church member Mark 11:17. After Jesus had been preaching and teaching and performing many won- Six months "go'derfu^ worlt8 for about three years, 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 colle>tions token up or accepted, eulogies poems, etc., will b« charged for at....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 25 May 1928

(*' i «; t-r -v £:W IS. , 1928 1890 " , A New. Idea Has ComeI To the usere of vCffib: WKy not take some of your old furni- ture and Rive it WMfof DUCO and make you a NEW BED ROOM SUIT? If yra^mttLan odd piece we can let you have it and the DUCO too. We would be very glad to have ytm,,come tb us and let us hel£ you with problems like thin. Porch furniture that is renewed with DUCO will hold its new- ness all summer. It won't cost you a cent to come in and talk over your pet hobby With us. Your Friends, SCOTT BROS. Embalmers Furniture Day Phone 57 FUNERAL SUPPLIES Day or Night. LICENSED EMBALMER MOTOR EQUIPMENT Night Phone 22 LOCAL NEWS ITEMS C. H. DUNBAR Funeral Director Homer Donnell, Assistant Calls answered any hour, Day or Night Night call, Saint Jo 2, 3 rings. Auto Hearse and Ambulance Service furnished from Saint Jo Burial Supplies Carried at SAINT JO and FORESTBURG I SOME SAVORY BAKED OR BOILED HAM FOR DINNER OR SUPPER? or a Tender, Juicy Beef Roast? We handle the Famous DECKE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 25 May 1928

,... - i ■ ■\ ■ « iKraiBmararara mm 9 1 ' I COOPERATION m' The spirit of working together—help the town, help my neighbor, help myself—is a vital force in the development of any community. The old time spirit of ani- mosity toward a competitor, or of jeal- ousy, strife or malice, is a thing of the past in the business world, so far as prog- ress or prosperity are concerned. . Such a spirit cannot help; it can only hinder. It is not constructive in any sense, but is only destructive.. The material welfare and commercial de- velopment or Saint Jo, in this day of civic activities throughout the State, is going to depend absolutely on the loyal and in- telligent efforts of progressive men and women of this community circle. What wonderful progress we would make if every business man in Saint Jo, every loyal citizen who loves his home town and would like to see her step out in the line of progress with other important towns in the State, would join the list named be- low, who have banded...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 1 June 1928

'•;vr "v ' -in ^ 14 ,-m:m 11 m SAINT JO TRIBUNE ESTABLISHED 1898 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 1 V ! * v & m . i ^ VOLUME 30, NUMBER 29 Which Will It Be? Earn a dollar, and you are a WORKER; save a dollar, and you are a CAPITALIST; set a dollar to work for you, and you are a FINANCIER. The quicker you get out of the WORKER class and become a FINANCIER, the easier it is to make money. It takes money <to make money. It is a fine thing to be an industrious worker, but it is finer still to be a worker with good judgment, one who saves his money and puts it to work to help him. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK H. D. FIELD, President S. M. KING, Vice President JOE BOWERS, Cashier GEO. A. WRIGHT. Ass't Cashier ILLINOIS BENDERS. Joseph Clark Embry. J. C. Embry,aged 66 years, eight months and six days, died at . the family home three and one-half miles east of Saint Jo .at 6 o'lcok Sunday morning, May 27, 1928. Funeral services were conducted at the residence Monday at 1 p. m....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 1 June 1928

gJRE 4 ii "n. -• %V;V . THE 8AINT J0 TRIBUNB, -lt-i_i-i_i-l <-.«-> <- — — * , _ . _ , Entered htthe Postofflce at Saint Jo, l! Texas u 3 cond Class Matter, 1898. , Published Friday. L. J. REYNOLDS Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1928 Subscription Rates—in Advance One year $1.00 >11 ■ IIIIIMMIIIHHIIIIIKMI l ll>l IIIIH IIIH A Short Sermon By Rev. S. L. Ball, Sherman, Texas IIMMHItHlim Text: Whosoever is born of God I heavenly joy. He has passed from doth not commit Bin; for his seed re"'death unto life, and the love of God maineth in him: Mid he cannot Bin, because1 he is born of God." 1 Jno. 3:9. My text is a passage of scripture which has puzzled theologians thru is shed abroad in his heart by the Holy Ghost, which is given unto him. He 18 now a child of God and a cit- izen of the kingdom of God. What sort of a life should he now live? My Six months 50 the ages. Many other passages also gay8 «doth not commit sin." Three months .26 have been difficult to rightly...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 1 June 1928

I Mi IfW ■ v ¥* . i ♦/. > •••Nw\ • <S . 1928 f ;?>•> ■ • -V • ■* ■ >• • ' ' 'i^TWiiiw . ySiflF * ,*« ' w>: K' > I'M Kt'-i f W- y-^y. t'A:* v-'.' - A' MPL W ir3?!:: ,ijt*: Our Funeral Parlor | Is now open, and we want our friends to come and see it. We have tried in our kimII way to givd the most beautiful and the best—for the BEST is none tloo good for any of us. Your opinion and criticism will be gratefully appreciated. ♦ Your Friends, SCOTT BROS. Embalmers Furniture Day Phone 57 FUNERAL SUPPLIES Day or Night. LICENSED EMBALMER MOTOR EQUIPMENT Night Phone 22 #4 C. H, DUNBAR Funeral Director Homer Donnell, Assistant Calls answered any hour, Day or Night Night call, Saint Jo 2, 3 rings. Auto Hearse and Ambulance Service furnished from Saint Jo Burial Supplies Carried at SAINT JO and FORESTBURG mum 1 Iffit f T jj nil The Merchandise Mart of Chicago. Twice the Size of the World's Largest Business Building, to Cost $30,000,0001 SOME SAVORY BAKED OR BOILED HAM FOR DI...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 1 June 1928

?' HflD V. •' s ■ . mmH m '^W •. . ttM { I X Chicago Store Gainesville, Texas MEN! What a Difference in Style! And Such a Drastic Saving in those NEW SNAPPY SUMMER SUITS we are offering for 12 with 2 pants are Knock-out Values FELLOWS! Can you Beat This? Pincheck PANTS 79c Summer UNIONS 33c Straw SAILORS Fancy Bands $1 Sturdy, dependable leather palm gloves 19 2-pocket Leather Overalls Work Shirts Work Shoes worth more 45c 00 CD 88c Another C hicago Store Triumph PANAMA HATS Any Shape All Bands You Can't Lose! Follow the crowds. Be here at 2 p. m. SHARP SATURDAY Summer UNIONS 88c COOL TROPALINE PANTS 285 GENUINE Broadcloth SHIRTS 98' WALK-OVER and FREEMAN Dress Shoes LOCAL NEWS ITEHS Dr. and Mrs. Clarence Moore were in Wichita Falls Sunday to r.&e the ball .game between Shrevel>ort and Wichita Falls. Mrs. Jas. R. Wiley of Denton was in Saint Jo Thursday of last week visiting relatives. H. D. Field and daughter, Miss Mary Nell, and Miss Bilie Lain mo- tored over to Sherman las...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 June 1928

■I r. m ^fw l8tef'' " .-V h Inf}^ TRIBUNE; ij!-. ■■ *X SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTT. TBXA8. FRIDAY, JUNE 9. 1928 VOLUME 30, NUMBER 30 Nothing: in the Attic A cranky editor says the modern flapper is like a bungalow: "Painted in front, shingled in the rear—and NOTHING in the Attic." Rather caustic criticism, to be sure. However, the flapper is not the only one with "nothing in the attic." How about the young man who spends his money faster than he makes it? Or the fellow riding around in a mortgaged car? Or the pur- chaser of fake oil stocks and other get-rich-quick schemes? The Flapper is not alone. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK H. D. FIELD, President S. M. KING, Vice President JOE BOWERS, Cashier GEO. A. WRIGHT. Ass't Cashier DEAD MAN FOUND IN OLD MINE. . Missing Sinee May 4, Found in Aban- doned Coal Mine Near Bowie. James Alien Buroughs. A body which has been identified aa that of J. C. Coleman, a pipe-line worker of Wellington, Texas, was found in an abanoned coal mine six miles south of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 June 1928

M' P v r f I f I ■% THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE | ' Vlf THE WORD OF COD. Entered at the Texas as Second at Saint Jo, Matter, 1898. Published every Friday. Uyr-ftBY N OLDS .Editor and Proprietor. J..r. . . ,-ii .. , A Short Sermon By Rev. S. L. Ball, Sherman, Texas FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1928 Subscription Rates—in Advance One year ' ' $1.00 Six months 60 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 colle. tions taken up or accepted, eulogies, poems, etc., will be charged for at five cents per line lor each insertion. J COME, LET US REJOICE. The elevated tank for the new wa- ter works system has been completed and is ready for the water to be turn- in, which will be done as soon as the new machinery for pumping arrives, i Work is progressing rapidly on the new storage tank to be made of solid concrete and have a capacity of 100,- 000 gallons. A 1000-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 June 1928

" VH. 1 ;,-VA • v-< . ♦•:' ——— ivy 1890 1928 i Our Funeral Parlor Is now open and we want our friends to come and see it. We have tried in our small way to give* the most beautiful and the best—for the BEST is none too good for any of us. Your opinion and criticism will bet gratefully appre- .. ciated. Your Friends, SCOTT BROS. Embalmers Furniture Day Phone 57 FUNERAL SUPPLIES Day or Night. LICENSED EMBALMER MOTOR EQUIPMENT Night Phone 22 ■MBIimiHHIl HIMIIIH MOTORISTS ARGUE FOR ADDITIONAL SAFETY MEASURES ON HIGHWAYS Convince Officials of Perils on Many Crowded Roadi Prevention of Dust an Important Matter to Be Considered. HHIMUHMHWHUIHHWW4W41111111IIHHH C. H. DUNBAR • Funeral Director Homer Donnell, Assistant Calls answered any hour, Day or Night Night call, Saint Jo 2, 3 rings. Auto Hearse and Ambulance Service furnished from Saint Jo Burial Supplies Carried at SAINT JO and FORESTBURG V g m The White Painted Guard Rails Help t6 Make Curves Safe for the Motorist. T SOME SAVORY BA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 June 1928

i to [v K' . [ ( j0B3FV:i$ -j £*r ,n ,vTi .l1? ' B- wnmrnrmnniumimRSinn. 88c UNIONS Tropaline Summer PANTS DRESS FOR LESS in one of our Fine Summer Suits Genuine Tropicals in the very latest styles, new summer patterns; compare them with suits selling for more elsewhere. Only Those Wonderful PANTS SUITS for and 2- BOV WORK CLOTHES HERE Pin Check PANTS SUC OVERALLS HEAVY CRUDE BLUE Qgc GUARANTEED LEATHER WORK SHOES WORK STRAWS Our Price For Only 2-Pocket Blue WORK SHIRT 69c Value $1.89 25c 45c FINE COTTON SOX Per Pair for Only LEATHER PALM GLOVES Per Pair 50c GRADE UNION SUITS for Only 8c 19c 29c 1 $EpF I ,$&£K — — BIS Mfi ,V 'Wt'ifh X Bore i ii Dress Shirts prices 79c, 98c, $1.39 Collar attached English Broadcloth Shirts. Fancy and White Guaranteed All Leather DRESS OXFORDS, for $2.95 SWISS YEDDO Straw SAILORS Worth $2,00 $1.00 CHICAGO STORE We Sell for Less GAINESVILLE TEXAS i A- Have You Seen These ; College Girl Girdles? THEY ARE HERE In a variety of sizes and materials and d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 June 1928

V . m u.v<- } 'I ' : V x vy 7:;/' i • • * v. ' ...... .Xv -' • •* -y• - ' .H -r"/' < 4' V O THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1898 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1928 VOLUME 30, NUMBER 31 A Friendly Chat There's a saying:: "All's fair in Love and War." In other words, anything goes. Well, it isn't that way with banking. This bank exerts every effort to be fair to all. Fair first to our depositors by safeguarding the funds entrusted to our care; fair to those who borrow here; fair in our advice on all financial transactions; fair in buying and selling safe invest- ments; fair to our own interests as well as to yours. Fail- enough, isn't it? THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK H. B. FIELD, President S. M. KING, Vice President JOE BOWERS, Cashier GEO. A. WRIGHT, Ass't Cashier MONTAGUE NEWS. Items of Interest Chronicled from the County Capital. MONTAGUE, Texas, June 12.— ' The sheriff and his forces are still working on the murder case referred to in last week's report. Th...

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