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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 20 July 1928

f FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1928 (THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Entered at the Postoffice at Saint Jo, Texas us Second Class Matter, 1898. Published every Friday. LJ.REYNOLDS Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, JULY 13, 192X i 11. j Subscription Hates—in Advance One year $1.00 Six months 50 Thr"e months 26 ♦♦IHIIIIMIIIIIHIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIII*' A Short Sermon By Rev. S. L. Ball, Sherman, Texas Text: "There i* but a .step be-1 arrest a bandit, and he got me." Now twet-n me and death." 1st Sam. 20:3.1 comes Bill and Nell. "Why are you My theme today is the uncertainty j both here so soon? You have been of life. In life we are in the midst married only 10 years." "That's true, df death. David uttered the words of! but we played high society, didn't my tc xt one day when he thought his'live right. We disagreed and I kill- lii'e ws in jireat danger. But he did ed her and then committed suicide." Advertising rates for display space made known on application. Business Locals, Obituaries, Cards, of Thank...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 20 July 1928

I r i % I' ■ '• • TV? ■. HB ^ • BPH 0: rt n ■UBMi YwP11' .j US W v 'V. ; JL, FRIDAY, JULY M, IS28 — MM 1890 1928 Midsummer Sports ihe nfe\ If y®u don't h«ve a car, can't go ?r& °5 'j*1 100 '"y *o Pl«y croquet, there u little els« to do save read the comic strips in the newspapers. Then let us suggest something that will be great to relieve the monotony for the warmest part of the , summer. Go up in your attic and gather all the disposed of old furniture, glassware, bric-a-bracs, and what-nots. Get you a few colors in DUCO, a ?nd mal£e some of the smartest colored ^ ANTIQUES imaginable. 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 to you. Your Friends, \ SCOTT BROS. Embalmers Furniture Day Phone 57 FUNERAL SUPPLIES Day or Night. LICENSED EMBALMER MOTOR EQUIPMENT Night Phone 22 HH ****** C. H. DUNBAR Funeral Director Homer Donnell, Assistant Calls answered any hour, Day or Night Night call, Saint Jo 2, 3 rings. A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 20 July 1928

i . • - L ■ J -y:'■■' ■'■i:J.:, :*'fw iif ."^ .. <1L..,. •• -.'ii j.E'V '..* , >' '. a^'e * 1 'rs '«!?, :. . | I I I ■ • ylHHHHHni •' FRIDAY, JULY W, IM ■ 111 r '. J ; -■ ~ «. i?rs £ 1/ / ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ I grafeHf 77iaf Have to Do with our Home Town MMMM In addition to being located on the highest point between Texarkana and Wichita Falls, one of the most healthful spots in North Texas, Saint Jo has— 4 Churches High School affiliated with the State University 2 National Banks 2 Lumber Yards 3 Produce Houses & Cream Stations 2 Meat Markets 2 Furniture Stores 2 Undertakers' Parlors 3 Garages 2 Auto Sales Agencies and Service Stations 2 Blacksmith and Repair Shops 5 Dry Goods Stores 3 Hardware Stores 7 Grocery Stores 3 Barber Shops 2 Tailor Shops 3 Cafes 1 Hotel ! 1 Railroad with 3 Passenger Trains each way daily 2 Drug Stores 2 Millinery Shops 1 Picture Show 1 Newspaper and Job Print- ing office 1 Shoe Shop 1 Second Hand and Variety Store 1 Bakery I Practicing Physicians 1 Chiropra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 27 July 1928

/ < '■SB _ win? Well, there are many rea- not one of meat,*; luck about <it. Usually , the successful man • than most people. He hau courage, energy and not only works—but SAVES. And even more , he identifies himself with a good bank and estab- there. Then he is on the right road. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BWfr ' >, President S. M. KING, Vice President >WERS, Cashier GEO. A. WRIGHT. Ass't Cashier | I iff I i DY& JJtOUND MUSINGS. DYE MO^NdT jidy 28.—Mrs. El- eanor Ashcraft and httle dauhter of Bowie are here th>s woek visiting her father, Mr. Luther Spoon. Mildrd Mae Wilson spent night with Miss Ona Brog- and Mrs. Charles Bryant of sa came in last week to visit Mr. and Mrs. Alf Mar- ! W. Hogan. Miss Leote Abbott was a guest of Miss Winnie Lee Staggers Sunday. C. J. Mitchell has returned from Beaver, Okla., where he has been working in the harvest field. Billie Evelyn Hogan haa been ill, but was somewhat better at last re- port J. it P$ ATTENTION, VOTERS! To the Voter...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 27 July 1928

.or nir*'- Jti "* BOB ANDfcuouiN j.,, lee husband john w. wales jack hill CAPT. G T COOPER T. F. BELEW tin i For County Tax Assessor B. B. (IRA) SLEDGE W. D. (DEE) SMITH JOE B. SPIVEY •. « For County Tax Collector. • F. A. WOOD. (Second Term.) County Superintendent Public Instruc- tion. J. J. HARALSON I For County Clerk. J. J. COX For County Treasurer. r. w.'(bob) hog AN don l. dowd. JOE JARRETT W. J. (BUD) CLARK For County Commissioner, Precinct 1. 6. H. (PETE) KUYKENDALL R. L. CABLE T. P. (TOM) MITCHELL C. D. BENNETT BOOH1 rity Ct TAYLOR C. DAVIS >1 o •t- . a ion all vith tless OKeep- at and ature is itelligent properly done, and did house- iiame. So dress well i clean, and hide when is to be fear- /e more atten- .ouses and their . order than they aracters and lives God. It is import- dable to keep a spot- a spotless dress, but it rtant to keep a spotless .id to live a spotless life, i be wise enough to put ngs first. There is such a as house cleaning and dress i,ing; and there...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 27 July 1928

FRIDAY, JULY 27. 1928 ■* ' : ' V-1HI WM v 1928 Quality Merchandise The whole world has now begun the backward swing of the pendulum toward buying merchandise of quality rather then price. People have spent the last few years teaching them- selves that it does not pay to buy any other than goods of qual- ity. We are now starting on our 39th year. It has been our aim to give our friends quality in every bit of merchandise they pur- chase from us. Inferior articles are of no good to any one. Therefore we continue to have QUALITY MERCHANDISE in every line we carry for our friends to make selection from. We stand behind our igoods with, all of our years of experience and faithful service to the public. ' Your Friends, SCOTT BROS. Embalmers Furniture Day Phone 57 FUNERAL SUPPLIES Day or Night. LICENSED EMBALMER MOTOR EQUIPMENT Phone ♦ M * MI IIII > 11 M 1111 III 111| HI || | > IIH 1111" I' > 11111' C. H. DUNBAR Funeral Director Homer Donnell, Assistant Calls answered any hour, Da...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 27 July 1928

\ . >■>? -<* •V Mi '""1 FRIDAY, JULY 27. 1 28 * LOW!. NEWS ITEMS Miss Dorothy Gresham spent a few days last week with Miss Juanita Preston of Illinois Bend. Mrs. S. L. Taliaferro of Waurika, Okla., is visiting her son, B. E. Pem- broke, and family. —o-—* B. E. Pembroke and sons, Alton and Paul, and daughter, MJiss Mary Nel, visited Miss Jewel Pembroke in Gainesville last Saturday. Miss Juanita Preston of Illinois Bend is spending a few days in Saint Jo as the guest of Miss Dorothy Gresham. I wish to say to my fHiends and atrons that I expect to return and have a nice line of new hats in three or four weeks. JALIE PAYNE. RADIO PLAYS STELLAR ROLE IN MODERN BALLOON RACING Miss Jalie Payne leaves tWs week for a visit with her sister, Mrs. J. J. Calhoun, Trlon, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. George B. Latham and little sons, Billy and Charles Ray were here last week visiting Mrs. La- tham's mother, Mrs. N. G. Rogers. They left Friday for their horse in Earlsboro, Okla. Rev. and Mrs. J. G. For...

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

. uHrnKv ;;ijy . * mtJ " -, }^fcr ft' a wm::a ■ i i # % 'wf %•• "=* yW THE SAINT •v.. " 'm. «$ ',v*.- ESTABLISHED 1898 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1928 VOLUME 30, NUMEBR 38 "IS MY BANK A STRONG BANK?" Our Bank is a strong bank. It is careful, conservative and conscientious in its loans and investments. Its Directors are solid, substantial men. Most of its stockholder are people of means and they are liable for double the value of their stock- holdings. The young man who wishes in the future to become a strong man in the community should open an account here. A strong Bank for strong Men. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK H. D. FIELD, President S. M. KING, Vice President JOE BOWERS, Cashier GEO. A. WRIGHT. Ass't Cashier rXX.M'MMKiHTOwl ituation, Special to the Tribune United Service Bureau. from the GLADYS GLEANINGS. GLADYS, July 30.—Carmen Brooks spent a few days last week with her sister, Mrs. John Morgan, Jr., of Saint Jo, and Mrs. Morgan returned home with her to sp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 3 August 1928

i I FRIDAY. AUGU8T 3, 1928 . I - {THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Entered at the Postofflce at Saint Jo, Taxaa 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. AUGUST 3. 1928 Botes—in Advance PufcMriptioO One year — $1.00 have redemption and the forgiveness ■*- months 60 ♦ >Ml"l IIIIMIIMI Text—"In whom we have redemp- (study them and meet the conditions tion through his blood, the forgive- ness of sins, according to the riches of his grace." Eph. 1:7. It is in or through Christ that we Three months .... .25 Advertising rates for display s made Known on application. space Business Locals, Obituaries, Cards, tf Thanks, announcements of enter- tainments where admission fees are fch|ttged or collections taken up or! cultivation, for every man, woman of sins. Forgiveness is the key word here, and yet there could be no for- giveness if there had been n0 redemp- tion through his blood. And redemp- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 3 August 1928

f ' ■ - -N ■ . ■ V'«T, FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1928 1890 1928 Refrigerators 25% Off \ You have nearly three months yet in which to use your Refrigerator. Here is your chance to get a good one . cheap. Our stock is limited. So, first come, first served. USE THE TELEPHONE MORE When you are in need of something, just phone 57. FLY SWATTERS ONLY 5c. Your Friends, SCOTT BROS. Embalmers Furniture Day Phone 57 FUNERAL SUPPLIES Day or Night. LICENSED EMBALMER MOTOR EQUIPMENT Night Phone 22 PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT PROVIDING FOR A STATE BOARD Of EDUCATION AND RE- LATING TO TERMS OF SCHOOL OFFICER8 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 B l- • DR. CLYDE W. YETTER • General Practice of Dentistry • • Dental X-Ray • • Saint Jo, Texas * * ♦ * *♦ •• • CHIROPRACTIC...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 3 August 1928

; . . «<•* wjSI *■' rZ-£ -5MH v" ■' ;&&#■'%* • "a k*"' l.« FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1928 LOCAL NEWS ITEMS j,* 1/ i s. y. r f< *>' A. R. Gooch of Denton Tuesday visiting friends. was here ' Otha Donnell was in Fort Worth last Thursday with a load of hogs. • Mjiss Jessie Lou Wilson left last Friday for Newark to visit relatives. Houston Carr of Electra was visit- ing friends in Saint Jo last Saturday. Son Lauderdale and Jr., were Fort Worth Sunday. D. C. Berry, visitors last V. E. Ash of Oklahoma City was here last waek visiting his sister, Mrs. Lee Stout. , —*« —• Miss Golda Atha of Dallas is visit- ing her grandpa rents, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Bailey. —o- — Mrs. Jessie Matthews of Denison is here for a visit with her sister, Mrs. T. A. Wiley. Mrs. Loretta Stevenson and Miss Jesie Chancey are visiting in Fort Worth this week. Melson LaNier has gone to Wichi- ta Falls to accept a position with the Panhandle Supply Company. . Miss Joel Bulliner had as her guest last week end her ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 August 1928

* V" 1W*kflp! ■ % •' vMlI& V IIW.Hr' ' h ■*> 1 >>•■ *"' > T v'aPLif'tth'. LnS a/ ; y •) ' '« :' •;#< ■ '--f - 1 N ^ ^ • • <* a if 1.1.-* JttAj**L— ■*> '; V '.- ?• - 4- ■ 2 i pM . • M r«lftil ■ THE SAINT JO ' **• :• '■-; ""•«r ESTABLISHED ISM SAINT JO. MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. AUGUST 10, 1928 VOLUME 30. NUMBER 39 '/'■ml ' "'■ ' ■'<<&**' I /'J? Vtl / \ Things You Need In these modern days you need and are entitled to many things In the way of banking service. You get them all at our bank. First of all is the safety of your funds. There should also be adequate banking facilities and courteous service. Your bank- ing business should, be handled with accuracy and privacy. THIS SERVICE is at your disposal at our dependable bank. All we ask is tha opportunity to prove it. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK H. D. FIELD, President S. M. KING, Vice President JOE BOWERS, Cashier GEO. A. WRIGHT. Ass't Cashier LET S GO It is what the football boys say when they wan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 August 1928

T\l ' . 2 ,>'sn 9 FRIDAY. AUGUST U. 1*28 - rHE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Bote red at the Postoffice at Saint Jo, Texas as Second Clans Matter, 1898. Published every Friday. flMHl ■ V'"" MM■ i I ft I I L. J. REYNOLDS Editor and Proprietor. ^ FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1928 Subscription Rates—in Advance One year $1.00 Bix 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 dkarged or collet tions taken up or accepted, eulogies, poems, etc., will be charged for at five cents per line Ifor each insertion. THE WORD OF GOD. The following passages of scripture fend prayer are furnished the Tribune tech week by the Press Radio Bible Bervice of Cincinnati, Ohio. It also furnishes the same or a similar serv- ice to hundreds of other papers over Ihe countr^, both daily and weekly, the object being to give to all man- kind, at least weekly, a message from the Word ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 August 1928

imiiiimihiimi MtfL FRIDAY. AUGUST 19, 19W ■dm i \ I. 1890 1928 Just a Word about A lew odds and ends that are being reduced this week. If you have a bedroom suit that needs an- other piece, or want to make a trade-in, come and see what we have. Mirny are being Dleasal with - their results in using- colored DUCO to refinish their furniture. You will be gratefully surprised at the low cost of having new furniture. Your Friends, SCOTT BROS. Embalmers Furniture Day Phone 57 FUNERAL SUPPLIES Day or Night. I-ICENSED EMBALMER MOTOR EQUIPMENT Night Phone 22 exceed six years; proposing to amend Section 8 of Article 7 of said Constitution, authorising the ap- pointment or election of a State DYE MOUND NEWS. DYE ^ MOUND, August 7.— Rev. R. C. Brinkley of Saint Jo has Just Board of Education to serve not to'dosed on© of the best revivals Dye exceed six years; requiring said amendments to be submitted to the people 'or adoption and making appropriations therefor Mound has had for years. There we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 August 1928

• 'flyiv'i ;•** <V*. FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1M8 m With the Hnpti-t Church. Ml*. Mary Hfrndw • air v I LOCAL NEWS HEMS Mr. Mid Mrs. J. W. Holmes of Fort Worth were here last Saturday visit- ing, relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall McGollum of Muenster came in last Friday to visit their parents^ Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Collier and Mra. John McCollum. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Price of Wichita Falls spent last Sunday in Saint Jo with their parents, Mr. and Mra. W. A, Price. -o ■ Edgar May left lust Wednesday for San Antonio, where He will visit with hie uncle, Hugh Calhoun. Leslie Raymond of Tulia this week visiting friends. her Hiawatha Houghton and his sister, Miss Lola, who have been here the past two months visiting their sis- ter, Mra. Bud Lanfair, left Wednes- day for teir home in Walsenburg, Colo. Mr. and Mra. Dick McLeath of Gainesville were visiting their friends Mr. and Mrs. George N. Dill, here last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dill of Henri- etta were here last week visiting thei...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 24 August 1928

.- - " ■ ' ■' ^ . ' - : ■ v ^ ' ■ ; ' ■ £ " ' "W f-irs v -r-r-> r~i a vik. tr ■ i v ✓"x. mr\ t pa t t\ t v \ r4 < I . THE JO TRIBUNE. hbSe ESTABLISHED 1898 8AINT JO. MONTAGUE COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 24. 1928 VOLUME 30, NUMBER 40 Said Shiftless Sam "I am always getting the worst of it. About all the kick I ever get out of life seems to come from the rear." Maybe so, but whose fault is it? Honest now? There is a real "kick" in life for the industrious, provident man, the one who lives within his means and saves systematically, especially if he k«eps his savings in our bank, where he knows the money will be safe. So, who is really to blame if the shiftless get the wrong "kick" out of life? We leave it to you. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK H. D. FIELD, President JOE BOWERS, Cashier S. M. KING, Vice President GEO. A. WRIGHT. Ass't Cashier New Oil Well Starting. Jonathan Colleir. Rig has been erected and drilling started on the Abernathy well on the Franklin farm one mile north of B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 24 August 1928

r m FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, 1928 I > ■ r I I r L [ W i 1 i I I f I L THE SAINT JO TBIBUNE Unfa red at the Postofflca at Saint Jo, ▼••wis as Second Class Matter, 1898. Published every Friday, L. J. REYNOLDS Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, 1928 Subaeription Rates—in Advance One year $1.00 Six months 60 Three months 26 Advertising rates for display space made known on application. Bvsiness Locals, Obituaries, Cards, of 1 hanks, announcements of enter- <«iaiients where admission fees are • 'iartred or collections taken up or *cce:ted, eulogies, poems, etc., will )>« charged for at five cents per line t >v each insertion. THE WORD OF GOD. The following passages of scripture and prayer are furnished the Tribune each week 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 the Wor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 24 August 1928

FRIDAY, AUGUST*. 1928 ••7 P iTv ^fsP iv*' - Jr •-■■■ f -■ -V 1890 1928 ...;>■/• -T . *4V- .* , t Burgess Radio Batteries raV^VF* crT!ng ®P^SS. R\DI° and TELEPHONE BATTERIES. They are the batteries that carried the aeroplane to Australia and have stood every thorough test. OCCASIONAL CHAIRS are very comfortable and always styl- ish. See the newest designs. ♦ • Your Friends, ✓ SCOTT BROS. Embalmers Furniture Day Phone 57 FUNERAL SUPPLIES l>ay or Night. LICENSED EMBALMER MOTOR EQUIPMENT Night Phone 22 = LOCAL NEWS ITEMS two weeks visit with relatives in Fan- nin county. Mrs. N. T. Blanton of Wilson, Ok., , Mrs. Stuchul of Ardmore, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Franklin of Battles and son Lee Roy of Seminole, Hedley, Texas, are here visiting their Okla., were guests of Mrs. B. A. Bog- parents, Mrs. W. M. Franklm and g«'ss Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bellah. | Miss Eula Nell Scott was in Wolfe- Mrs. S. J. Pedigo had as her guests City last week. tor the week end her mother, Mrs.1 C. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 24 August 1928

mm 4 r- Jfyt. \ ■ *\.i. ',. •■•tur- iu./. y PWDAT, AVOVtT K SIN ii "i 111 Y' v '7> - ' . • '• .; tr fc, r wrJ ODR HOME TOWN "1 ' 1 *) k •"v- ii T HE CENTER of our business and our social activities The Place we Call Home Are we doing day by day the many things we should do to make our Home Town an even better place in which to live? Do we assume our share of Civic Responsibility? Do we always put our best foot forward? Do we Boost our Home Town to outsiders at every opportunity? Do we meet Old Man Adversity with a smile? Do we trade with Home Merchants whenever possible? Do we pay our bills promptly? Yes as an answer to these means a bigger and a better Saint Jo. The following Bunnell Man and Interests stand ready to serve you and boost continually for Saint Jo and vicinity: SCOTT BROS., % _ Phone 57. Helping you build since 1890. 'it D. S. BULLINER, Grocer PM GROCERIES. PHONE 61. T. A. WILEY HIGH GRADE, LONG LEAF LUMBER. PHONE 129. * THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK "THE OLD RELIABLE" | ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 31 August 1928

■ M} THE SAINT TRIBUNE. cjp ■ ESTABLISHED 1898 SAINT JO. MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1928 VOLUME 30. NUMBER 41 \-r No Easy Task * \ !L It is no easy matter to build up a reputation for reliability and service, like ours. It is little wonder that we are proud of our record. It takes intelligent, constructive, reliable men to build up a Bank such as ours, a Bank backed up by service worthy of con- fidence and support. It cannot be done with marble counters, polished fixtures and an atmosphere of luxury, ALONE. It is the men behind it that have made this Bank's enviable reputa- tion. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK H. D. FIELD, President S. M. KING, Vice President JOE BOWERS, Cashier GEO. A. WRIGHT. Ass't Cashier BOXING Jack Doheriv vs. Tommy Pot SAINT JO WHITESBORO ;; 10 ROUNDS Tommy Parks vs. Jake Evans AND OTHER PRELIMINARIES The main go will be a snappy affair, which will rival the best ever staged here. Aldriedge Garage, Friday, August 31 rtRST BOUT PROMPTLY AT 8:15. Admiss...

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