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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 June 1928

• " . ? V' - * p--vv ^ ? VIB SAINT JO TKIBUNB •t the VomUrffiea at Saint J* M Second Claa Matter, 1808. Published every Friday. L. J. RBTNOLDS Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1928 Subscription Rates—in Advance Qm year $1.00 ■be month* SO {three months 26 A Short Sermon By Rev. S. L. Ball, Sherman, Texas —i IMIHIIM Advertising rates for display space made Ten own on application. Business Locals, Obituaries, Garde, <f Thanks, aimrnncements of enter- tainments where admission fees are Mtrged or oolloptions taken up or Mlogies, poems, etc.. will tm each in f$r at five cents ptor line jbViifftlWi TUB WORD OF 6 CD. The following passages of scripture fend prayer are furnished the Tribune JMtth week by the Press Radio Bible Service of Cincinnati, Ohio. It also famishes the same or a similar serv- ice to hundreds of other papers over the country* both daily and weekly, the Abject being to give to all man- find, at least weekly, a message from the Word of God with a Brief prayer, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 June 1928

1 C- > •" 111 ii i iinmm mum, \, 1928 • Something New! H«v« you wn our little Dinette 8«iit, consisting of a table, four chain, buffet and china closet? Just the thine for the June Bride. We also have a few oriental patterns in velvet rugs that are priced very low because) of early buying. Chenille Bath Ruga are very popular now. See our oval pat- terns in bright colors. Your Friends, SCOTT BROS. Embalmers Furniture Day Phone 57 FUNERAL SUPPLIES D*y or MrhL LICENSED EM BALM ER MOTOR EQUIPMENT Night Phone 22 \Pepy Kept Diary for Hit Own SatiafacVon Pepya born, 1«88. "A very worthy, industrious nri'i curious person," says Evelyn. Family "pull" got hlin Into the civil service. He proved a hurd worker; quick at shorthand; regular at church; musical; lover of art—Incidentally, one of the ttrpt to collect chapbooks; member*of the ltoyal society; a most respectable man who died credited with all the virtues. And a century later we learned that he had been—what hud he not been? "Scandalo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 June 1928

^*ijo*rao r>iw I3&J SVW* • 4 Wrftf- • LOCAL NEWS ITEMS John Parymon, W. H. Perryman, A- T. Hush, E. H. Medley, Olin Per- ryman and E. H. Medley, Jr., of For- estburg, and C. D. Bennett of Mon- tague were guests of Saint Jo Lodge No. 483 A. F. & A. M., at a stated meeting Monday night. Gilbert Irwin of Sherman was in the city Monday. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Preston and son Dan Milton of Cyril, Okla., were here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Otho Donnell last week. Mrs. Henry Millikin and son Paul David of Wichita. Falls came in last Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Millikin. Mrs. Millikin returned home Sunday, leaving Paul David for a visit with his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Denton of Wichita Falls were guests last week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Phillips. Mrs. Denton and Mrs. Phillips ana sisters. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Sherrill had as their guests last week end his parents and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sherrill and Miss Alta Sherrill of Midlothian and Mrs. Dan Ferguson...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 June 1928

'! THE SAINT TRIBUNE IP . ESTABLISHED IMS SAINT JO. MONTAGUS COUIIVY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1928 VOLUME . NUMBER ST "Arithmetic" Bugs A returned soldier said the boys in the trenches called cooties "Arithmetic'* bugs, because they added misery, subtracted from pleasure, divided attention, and multiplid like blazes. Those "Arithmetic Bugs" evidently resembled the dollar on deposit in at least one respect—multiplication. For the dollar* you have in the bank add to your pleasure, subtract from, your cares, and divide responsibility. But they do multiply rapidly. We invite your deposits. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK H. D. FIELD, President JOE BOWERS, Cashier S. M. KINO, Vice President GEO. A. WRIGHT. Asst Cashier GOSPEL SERVICES. Revival at Presbyteian Church Well Attendel and Creating Interest. The gospel meetings which have been in progress at the Presbyterian church since June 12 under the lead- ership of Guy W. Green, Kansas City layman, have evoked much interest and attracted large cr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 June 1928

■■ -' ■H FRIDAY, JUNB 22, 1 28 • AiBfcf . '•• : '* ■ft ?3jglBPP ■•> X • , < •-: ' W. '" V ' 'V"*" 1 t WWm:' f. i> I—iIpIU'I] | | THE SAINT JO, TRIBUNE mi'HIIK I Mil Entered at the PostofAce at Saint Jo,j Texas as Second Clatt Matter, 1898. ' > i Published every Friday. L. J. REYNOLDS Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1928 Subscription Rates—In Advance One year $1.00 81x months BO Three months 26 A Short Sermon By Rev. S. L. Ball, Sherman, Texas Rvr' Advertising rates for display space made known on application. Business Locals, Obituaries, Carde, of Thanks, announcements of enter- tainments where admission fees are kharged or collections taken up or accepted, eulogies, poems, etc., will be charged for at five cents per line Kor each insertion. THE WORD OF GOD. The following passages of scripture land prayer arc furnished the Tribune •ech week by the Press Radio Bible Service of Cincinnati, Ohio. It also furnishes the same or a similar serv- ice to hundreds of other...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 June 1928

%£ N «;• FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1928 i . 1890 1928 FRENCH GREY ENAMELWARE In keeping with the closeness of the buying public, we have a few articles of FRENCH GREY ENAM- ELWARE that will supplv the necessities of the family until better times. This is one of the many wayB that we strive to help our friends that they may tide themselves over until the Sun of Prosper- ity Bhines more brightly upon us. SNO-CAP KITCHEN UTENSILS We have installed the much advertised SNO-CAP kitchen utenails. They are all that they have been advertised to be, and are of such colors that they give beauty to the drudgery of the kitchen. DON'T FORGET YOUR DUCO— Don't forget your DUCO— Your Friends, SCOTT BROS. Embalmers Furniture Day Phone 57 FUNERAL SUPPLIES Day or Night. LICENSED EMBALAYER MOTOR EQUIPMENT Night Phone 22 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 Supp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 June 1928

v an -q I | ■ * <i.j m&r ■ ' * .! -. ■v-y f.'■<:% ' rfi • «•' " ■•/"wSMWitnn*# f,fc, K•• J"'a , f , ,i MvJ •. ' r {J ' v • ' ' "• ... 'v. Straight and True as an Arrow Every time anyone spends a dollar in this community, for any purpose whatever, that dollar goes, straight and true as an arrow, toward help- ing to make this a better place in which to live. It helps to build new homes, better roads, new schools, more churches. It makes possible the construction, the maintenance and the enjoyment of added comforts and conveniences for all of us. We all want the better things of life. We want this community of ours to grow and prosper. We are taking a big step (toward the realization of our desires if we re- member and practice this simple plan. Let's all work together. When We Need Anything Let Us TRY FIRST TO BUY IT AT HOME The following business amid professional interests stand ready to serve you and help make Saint Jo a better, bigger fcrown: SCOTT BROS., Pbtme 57. Helpi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 29 June 1928

>4- *SFi f THE SAINT TRIBUNE ESTABLISHED ltM SAW* JO, MONTAGUE COGNTT. TEXAB, FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1928 VOLUME 30. NUMBER 33 . ' m You Can Do It The road to riches is not an easy one. It is not at all certain that the road to riches is worth the price one has to pay for it. But financial independence is something ENTIRELY DIFFER- ENT. It requires no heart-breaking sacrifices, no compromises with conscience, no unfair dealings. Just decide the amount you should have at 50, or 55, or 60 years. Then live wthin your income, establish a savings account and get your money to working for you. You'll make the grt.de. Try it. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK H. D. FIELD, President JOE BOWERS, Cashier GEO. S. M. KING, Vice President A. WRIGHT. Ass't Cashier gathered at his home Sunday after- noon at 3 o'clock where we heard a good sermon by our pastor, and some fine singing by the neighbors. Mr. and Mrs. John Slaton were guests Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jordan. Mrs. John Walton of Belcherville...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 29 June 1928

mhk mmm ^ fr '7 ' * •' •*" - vi. ,/'' ..''M"-' vy .*\r' v-.•' vs -rf ■ \- . - 'F, ', tisvg FRIDAY, JUNE 2#, 1928 RECORDS SHATTERED. THE 8 A I N T JO TRIBUNE Entered at the Postoffice at Saint Jo, Tnas aa Second Class Matter, 1898. Published every Friday. A Short Sermon By Rev. S. L. Ball, Sherman, Texas L. J. REYNOLDS Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1928 Text: "Pure religion and undefll' ed before God and the Falher is this, to visit the fatherless and widows in their affliction, and to keep himself unspotted from the world." Jas. 1:27. Subscription Rates—in Advance One year fl.00 Mr months _60 Pure religion is my theme today. Three months 26 James has been called the practical , writer on the subject of religion. He Advertising rates for display space Jays emphasis upon doing religion, made known on application. Ibut he a,s«. Ouches upon other feat- lures, especially upon self-denial, as Business Locals, Obituaries, Cards, j that doctrine lies deeply imbedded in «f Thanks, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 29 June 1928

111 1928 The Ages The immutable Jaws of the ages cannot be altered. We must all adjust ourselves to them. Bodily death, the climax of all things temporal, is ours to experience. No earthly power can help the dead, but it is our duty to so conduct those last solemn rites that the mourners will find a lasting comfort in the fact that no more fitting tribute could have been offered. Your Friends, SCOTT BROS. Embalmers Furniture Day Phone 57 FUNERAL SUPPLIES Day or Night. LICENSED EMBALMER MOTOR EQUIPMENT Night Phoite 22 m , C. H. DUNBAR Funeral Director Homer Donnell, Assistant Galls 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 (ill lltl I I I I ft" T SOME SAVORY BAKED OR BOILED HAM FOR DINNER OR SUPPER? or a Tender, Juicy Beef Roast? I We handle the Famous DECKER'S Baked and Boiled Hans. J Also sell whole hams, deliciously eared, only 35c a pound. We Buy or ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 29 June 1928

isfBp w-lr - ..y. . y WW . ' I W^. '*'> " -V ' ' Mjf*, T r;; = FWDAT, JUN* 39, lttt s= *■ LOCAL NEWS ITERS Miss Thelma Wells spent the week end with friends in Dallas and Fort Worth. Mr. Alice Pembroke and son A1 ton left Sunday for Oxark, Ark., to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Morgan, the latter being reported quite ill. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan were formerly residents of Saint Jo, and are well known here. Mrs. Morgan is now reported much improved, and Mr?. Pembroke returned Wed- nesday. Miss Sara Meador left Tuesday afternoon for Washington, D. C., where she will visit her sister, Miss Mary Meador. Mr. and Mrs C. C. Ware were in Bellevue Sunday visiting Mrs. Ware's sister, Mrs. Jo Johnson. Miss Mary Nell Field and her cousin. Miss Miriam Lee, of Ashley. Ohio, were Gainesville visitors Mon- day. Miss Mildred Cannon of Henrietta, who has been here visiting her grand- mother, Mrs. M. L. Nichols, left Tuesday morning for Chicago, 111., where she will visit relatives. Mrs. Pearl ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 6 July 1928

mmmmm "i: . •_,.■ > ■* , fijcfT %£* .', v'*v" ** ■ V \ " '; . ''• ■' ''"•'■■■ ' J"\ "* ■s"V " "S*" > 3WI iifirl: u£*j THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE ESTABLISHED 1898 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE CeUNTT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1928 VOLUME 30, NUMBER 34 Times Have Changed If your grandmother had met a modern flapper with rolled stockings, bobbed hair and skirt at half mast, she would have had an attack of nervous prostration. The world moves. Times change, that's all. They have changed in money matters, too. In the old days what little money one had on hand was secreted somewhere—in the cel- lar, under the mattress, in a tin can in the pantry—liable to loss by fire, theft and in many other ways. The modern way is to keep funds in the Bank and pay by check. No chance of loss. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK H. D. FIELD, President S. M. KING, Vice President JOE BOWERS, Cashier GEO. A. WRIGHT. Ass't Cashier NOTES FROM THE OIL FIELD i — The Kewanee Company brought in a 75-barrel well Saturday night on A gust H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 6 July 1928

r:';' vf.V WMhfi Mm fudaV. ===== mnk *== . ItM I ■ the SAINT JO TKIBUNB Edm il at the Poatoffice at Saint Jo, W II Second Qua Matter, 1898. Published every Friday. L. J. REYNOLDS Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY. JfViY 6, 1928 Bubecriptlon Rates—in Advance One year fl.00 Six months 50 Three months .25 A Short Sermon By Rev. St. L. Ball, Sherman, Texas Advertising rates for display space made Known on application. Business Locals, Obituaries, Cards, of Thanks, announcements of enter- tainments where admission fees are tinged or collections taken up or accepted, eulogies, poems, etc., will be charged for at five cents per line Cor each insertion. THE WORD OF GOD. The following passages of scripture •nd prayer are furnished the Tribune each w^ek by the Press Radio Bible Service of Cincinnati, Ohio. It also furnishes the same or a similar serv- ice to hundreds of other papers over the country, both daily and weekly, the object being to give to all man- kind, at least weekly, a message from...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 6 July 1928

" *- — i & ■v. • > ,m- hi ■ WWlwt *• /V Wfc t^ WB ' -•'. ™ 4- W* % ;. ' ^v™":"' 1928 1890 Harvest Time ^JeSSr£!SSi^S^^ Ihn « oT balIn« CTew- Oome and se« as abou* these, or, if you are too busy, just phone ub. js almpgt indispensable at harvest Coleman a AIR-O-GAS Lanterns, lamps and camp Applies 7or VtSL * ^ °f them-and we alB0 <*"* Your Friends, SCOTT BROS. Embalmers Furniture Day Phone 57 FUNERAL SUPPLIES Day cr Night. LICENSED EMBALMER MOTOR EQUIPMENT Night Phone 22 m ■ Hafire Texas W.O.W. f. JULY «. ins ViA- V I ' i 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 • JAS. R. WILEY • ATTORNEY • Saint Jo, Texas • DR. CLYDE W. YETTER • • General Practice of Dentistry • • Dental X-Ray • • Saint Jo, Texas " • CHIROPRACTIC * The Modern Health Science • W. H. REYNOLDS * Chiropractor Saint Jo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 6 July 1928

- t LOCAL NEWS ITEMS R. i->. Single, Jr., of Sherman Bpent the week end with friends in Saint Jo. Mias Mary Alice Donnell, a student at C. I. A., Denton, visited her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Donnell, last week end. Mrs. Cecil Jones and little daugh- ter of Forestburg are here visiting her father, Tom Braynt. Miss Dorothy Dae Aldriedge came in Saturday from N. T. T. C., Denton, to visit over the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Ald- riedge. Mrs. Bud Lanfair and little daugh- ter, Beulah Fay, Mrs. W. H. Lanfair, Miss, Lola Houghton and Hiawatha Houghton spent Monday in Wichita Falls and Burkburnett visiting rela- tives. Mrs. Joe Payne and three children have been very sick, but are report- ed to be much improved this week. Beatrice and Elizabeth Rhyne left Saturday for Ada and other points in Oklahoma for a visit with relatives. i> Lester Brewer of Wichita Falls visited friends in Saint Jo last Sun- day. —H — Mrs. J. G. Webb left Saturday for Tioga to visit frie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 13 July 1928

V*V W*(* . v' ,-V" -1 ^ : m ?* v" K' lEv. f SAINT JO TRIBUNE ESTABLISHED IMS SAINT JO| MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY IS, 1928 VOLUME 30, NUMBER SI Start Now If y<iu haven't already taken the first step toward startng a bank account, START NOW. You'll never regret it. You don't need >a "lot of money" to open an account at our Bank. And once you start, you enter a fuller, happier state— you have a real object in life. You become one of the crowd of purposeful people who are making financial progress. It is somthing worth while. Start NOW, at OUR BANK, for secur- ity and satisfaction. 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. For County Attorney. The Tribune is authorized to an- nounce Renne Allred as a candidate for the nomination for county attor- ney (re-election) subject to ,the ac- tion of the Democratic primaries. Mr. Allred offers ft* re-election and .asks the secon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 13 July 1928

^rm WEE 8AINT JO TRIBUNE Catered at the PostofAca at Saint Jo, ' Texas as Second Class Matter, 1898. , ■ Published every Friday. L. J. REYNOLDS Editor And Proprietor. FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1928 A Short Sermon By Rev. S. L. Ball, Sherman, Texas FRIDAY^ JUNK 29, 1928 ♦♦1 ♦ * ♦ I * ♦4H I MMMMIHM Xllllll IMIIIM Text: ""He shall baptize you with tion of that part of the text, though the Holy Ghost and with fire-" Matt, it may be. It is difficult to know ' 3-11. | just how much is meant. I am in- i All who deeire to come into the clined to believe that it represents | richest inheritance and happiness for J that wonderful work of grace that 'themselves and others also, should burns sin and dross out of the soul. 'the trials of your Subscription Rates—in Advanee at* th*' RO ^ care'ul students of the Word of Peter says that Three monthc ".25 God. Nevertheless, the real student1 faith being much more precious than fin(j many prophecies and prom-! of gold that perisheth, though it be ises very dif...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 13 July 1928

mm / ■ FRIDAY. JULY II. \9K Midsummer Sports Are now the rage. If you don't have a car, can't iro 100 *"5 * p,ay there B*ve read the comic stripi in the newspaperfl. Then let us suggest something that will be great to relieve the monotony for the warmest part of the EHed of °nMP/n ^Ur atVC and gather aU the disposed of old furniture, glassware, bric-a-bracs, and what-nots. Get you a few colors in DUCO, a ANTIQUES 5S58ST"* °f "" 'n",rt"t CO,°red COME IN and see what we have done for some of the cast-offs we found around our home. It will be a great surprise tot you. Your Friends, SCOTT BROS. Embalmers Furniture Day Phone 57 FUNERAL SUPPLIES Day or Night. LICENSED EMBALMER MOTOR EQUIPMENT Night Phone 22 C. H. DUNBAR Funeral Director Homer Donnell, Assistant Calls answered any hour, Day or Night Night call, Saint Jo 2, 3 ring's. Auto Hearse and Ambulance Service furnished from Saint Jo Burial Supplies Carried at SAINT JO and FORESTBURG JA8. R. WiLEY ATTORNEY Saint Jo, Texas • DR. CLYDE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 13 July 1928

f v- pi " ..... $ ■ -' ■ (%• ■$ - \. >* ' i -Jag I I wWr*'- Ipp-.i' v'#^ -A # - /7 • . r-wr-riMf LOCAL DEWS ITEMS Miss Ruby Elliott and Miss Eliz- abeth .Council of Austin College, Sherman, spent the 4th with their friend, Miss Gus D. Wilson. Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Wilson and daughters, Misses Dorothy and Joyce, of Sherman were visiting their moth- ers, Mrs. D. P. Wilson and Mrs. F. M. Dowd, last week. Miss Gus D. Wilson leaves this week for Denton to attend North Texas State Teachers College. Mr. and Mrs. James Shockley of Wichita Falls visited Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Price last week end. Mrs. Jack Newton left last Sat- urday to join her husband at Wal- ters, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Walker had as their guests last week Mrs. J. E. Trice of Dallas and her daughter,Miss Marjorie Trice, of Duncan, Okla., Mfb. Bruno Miller and daughter of Oklahoma City, anl Mrs. M. E. Stan- ton of Georgia. Mrs. Joe Bowers and Mrs. Ann Wright were visiting in Bowie Tues- day, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. S. M....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 20 July 1928

/ THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED IBM SAINT IOt MONTAGUE UMJNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. JULY 20. 1928 VOLUME :««. NUMBER 36 You Can't Reach 'Em Si Chestnut says: "The children do not hang onto their moth- er's skirts these days, because when they are tall enough to reach them they are able to go it alone." Si always was a rather observing old cus-tomer. He might have added that when grown folks start a savings account they do riot need to hang onto any on© for support, either, but are ■soon uble to go it alone. Our old, reliable Bank offers you e.very safeguard and protection. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK H. D. FIELD, President JOE BOWERS, Cashier S. M. KING, Vice President GEO. A. WRIGHT. Ass't Cashier W. O. W. Has Great Faith In Future of Texas For County Attorney. The Tribune is authoized to an- nounce the name of T. H. Yarbrough as a candidate for the nomination to the office of County Attorney of Montague County, subject to the ac- tion of the Democratic primaries on Julv 28. Mr. Yarbroug...

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