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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 21 December 1928

J < ; >V>.« <ib V- ' ni > ■, sfl ot2 s|a " -.viMg! #8T > THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE ESTABLISHED 1898 SAINT JO. MONTAGUE BOUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 21, 1828 VOLUME 31. NUMBER 4 The Open Door China needs the "Open Door" so that all nations may trade with her on an equal footing. It is a good policy. This Bank of ours always has ths policy of the open door to everybody in this community. All are given the same courteous treatment. The size of the account is not important. Out- facilities are at your command. We can invite you—that's all. The rest is up to you. Ample security and reliable service await you. Come. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK H. D. FIELD, President JOE BOWERS, Cashier S. M. KING, Vice President GEO A. WRIGHT. Ass't Cashier MORTUARY. Arthur M. Gordon. Arthur M. Gordon died s.t his home in Eddy, Texas, on December 14. Funeral seivices were conducted in his home town by Rev. M. L. Boone, after which the body was brought to Saint Jo, arriving here on an early mor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 21 December 1928

HBflHMMMHHHHflNHHflHMIHHMMHMH ■■■■■■I fPB! THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE. FRIDAY. DECEMBER II, 1M8 [ I I . i 'I [ I if i THE SAINT TRIBUNE •entered at the Postofflce at Saint Jo, Texas as Second Class Matter, 1898. Published every Friday. L.J.REYNOLDS Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1928 Subscription Rates—in Advance 'ne year $1.00 Six months 50 T hTee months .... .25 *.jvertising rates for display space made known on application. Business Locals, Obituaries, Cards, Thanks, announcements of enter- tainments where admission fees are chained or collections token up or accepted, eulogies, poems, etc., will (i* charged for at five ccnts per lint ' each insertion. A SHORT SERMON By. Rev. S. L. Ball Whitewright, Texas Text: And when they were come into the house they saw the young child with Mary his mother, and fell down and worshiped him." Matt. 2:11. It was a great occasion when Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea, nearly two thousand years ago. God was expressing his love to his s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 21 December 1928

ristmas We wish for «*eh and every one a MERRY CHRISTMAS and a PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR We are friends feeUQC happy tiding*. Our. only hop* Is that we can be of greater service to you this coming year. THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, l 2h Your Friends, SCOTT BROS. Embalmers Furniture DON'T FORGET THE BIG CHRISTMAS GIFTS. * Geo. A. Wright • * WRIGHT & PI£LU • * Fire Insurance • H. D. Field, Jr. • THOMPSON'S BAR1IEU SHOP * (■ood work, courteous treatment * Agent Gainesville Steam Laun- • dry. Phone 188. • **•******•«•••• SANITARY BARBER SHOP • First Class Work. Your Patron- • age Appreciated. Call again. * D. D. GRIFFIN, Prop. • *♦* + ♦♦** **** , ••••••••••••••••« • DR CLYDE W. YETTER • ' tieneral Practice of Dentistry * Dental X-Ray • Saint Jo, Texas • Day Phone 57 FUNERAL SUPPLIES Day or Night. LICENSED EMBALMEU MOTOR EQUIPMENT Night Phone 22 • •******•**** «« CHIROPRACTIC • The Modern Health Science • W. II. REYNOLDS • Chiropractor Saint Jo, Tex- * THE PANTHERESS EDITED B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 21 December 1928

\ *KT ' THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1928 ■m Xnias Greeting. We wish to express to you, our old cus- tomers our appreciation of your loyalty. To our new customers, our apprecia- tion of your confidence. To you who are not our customers, the hope that we may be of service to you. And to wish you all not only a Merry Christmas, but also a Happy and Pros- perous New Year. J. L. BELLAH. To All Our Friends and Customers: We thank you most heartily for your good will, support and patronage during the past year, and sincerely wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy r.nd Pros- perous New Year. W. J. W ALKKR. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS I am in the market for cream, poul- try, eKtfs and butter. D. E. Millikiu. o Mr. and Mrs. Chilton Ayers of Bowie were in the city Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Ayers aunt, Mrs. J. H. Chancey. o— Miss Mary Meador, teacher in the Quanah High School, returned to her home here last Friday to attend the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. J. II. Chan- cey. Friend...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 December 1928

y a / SViliams, Mrs Doris 10-27 s\ i S£ *■ « ■ ""i vrfituflniiaminM - ?% -jSFrJ ra«M IK ■^5% fa SAINT JO TRIBUNE ' ;'--rrr- ESTABLISHED 1S98 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 28, 1928 VOLUME 31, NUMBER 5 ibaaRfafaaHftftfiffitKa^ ? $ Senator proposes to locate the 10- story office building on this site. He thinks it can be purchased at a rea- sonable" price. , +++ ,, 4 f>j < ,g # M ++ ? tr ► • * HI Announcement of th appointment of Miss Hattie L. Henenberg of Dal- las as an assistant attorney general was made Tuesday by Attorney Gen- eral Pollard. She succeeds Mrs. Cone Johnson of Tyler, who recently re- signed and was the first woman to serve as an assistatnt attorney gen- eral in Texas. She was admitted to the bar in 1916, after having studied in the night classes of the Dallas law school. The Dallas Bar Association in 1924 appointed Miss Henenberg at- torney for the free Legal Aid Bureau. In 1925 Governor Pat Neff appointed Miss Henenberir Special Associate ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 December 1928

•sSf' THE 8AINT JO TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1928 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE entered at the Postoffice at Saint Jo, Texas as Second Class Matter, 1898. Published every Friday. should be utilized for industry as well as food, according to Dr. Stine, and he told the Farm Bureau that he pinned his hope on the work being done in the Government laboratories to develop our so called agricultural chemistry. L. J. REYNOLDS Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1928 Subscription Rates—in Advance >'rie year $1.00 Six months ..... 60 Three months ... .25 \jvurtising rates for display space made known on application. Business Locals, Obituaries, Cards, >f Thanks, announcements of enter- tainments where admission fees are <t<aiged or collet tions taken up or accepted, eulogies, poems, etc., will ue charged t'or at five cents per line '"<• .^ach insertion. THE WORD OF GOD. The following passages of scripture and prayer are furnished the Tribune each week by the Press Radio Bibl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 December 1928

p hiif THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1928 MMIIIIMH '•< i ■' ; . *'■ f - C. WW***, a 1890 .4 ppreciation 1928 i; We graciously thank you for your valuable patronage of the past years, and especially the cordial response we had to our Christmas gifts. We believe we are better equipped to give you better service this year than ever before. i) We desire, for you THE MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Your Friends, SCOTT BROS. Embaliners Furniture DON'T FORGET THE BIG CHRISTMAS GIFTS. Day Phone 57 Fl'NERA'L SUPPLIES Day or Ni'jht. LICENSED EMBALMliK MOTOR EQUIPMENT Night Phone 22 * Geo. A. Wright • * WRIGHT & FIELD • * Fire Insurance • H. D. Field, Jr. • Mra. Susan C. Jones. . I THOMPSON'S BARBER SHOP Cood work, courteous treatment * Agent Gainesville Steam Laun- * • dry. Phone 188. • ***** * * * * * SANITARY BARBER SHOP * * First Clas.3 Work. Ycur Patron- • * age Appreciated. Call again. * * D. D. GRIFFIN, Prop. • • ••••••••a******* DR. CLYDE W. YETTER (ieneral Pract...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 December 1928

• :-lvVr IF H *9m THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE, i v LOCAL NEWS IMS Miss Ruby Hodges is spending this vacation week with her parents at Nocona. Miss Abby Wilson of Montague was here last week visiting with her friend, Mrs. Phillip Bulliner. K. D. Moyers of Gainesville was in Saint Jo on business last Monday. Mr. and Mi's. Sam Peery and chil- dre 1 of Tell are here visiting her pa rentss, Elder and Mrs. Jno. T. Laud erdale. — Miss Dorothy Dae Aldriedge came in last Thursday from N. T. T. C., Denton, and wijl be here through the Chiistmas vacation with her parents, Mr. r.nd Mrs. R. H. Aldriedge. —o— Frank Evans of Hamlin, Texas, is here to spend Christmas with his mother, Mrs. M. M. Evans. Miss Mary Frances White of Ok lahoma City came in Monday to visit her mother, Mrs. J. W. Kennedy. Kurz Williams, who is employed in the Cooke county oil field, came in Monday to spend Christmas with his wife and little son Westal. Among the students who are home to spend the holidays with their par- ents, ar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 20 January 1939

' h ?n;: \ • I .... •* w ■ \ \ .*: >3r% tit' * * - . Hie Saint Jo Tribune ;* v. . -H FOURTH YEAR FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1939 SAINT JO, TEXAS, NUMBER 31 J ♦ <J i \ f Benton-Holmes Wild Cat And Other Braveries Increase Leasing Activities With the Benton-Holmes wildcat seven miles northwest of Saint Jo showing oil in paying quantities Thursday, the Burnett wildcat one mile west of No.cona officially tested as a 500 barrel producer and the reccnt find tw. mite •. louth of Muenster all is crcr.thv; o.:2 of the greatest buying and .v.'llins booms ever witnessed m this brction. The Btnton-Kolmss well -.as being bailed Wednesday and T.av-ciay and oil with a cced gravity va;; lepurted to be rising taster tun ml.i bailed out, rising xc 18JO iY:i in the well The well licij nc l'J been clcaned out but thai--; wah no doubt in the mludr: ■.£ t.:•-•••• mcr- ested in the well but what it would make an excellent wll. It is thought by many that it would even flow under its own power, once it was f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 20 January 1939

FRIDAY, JAN UAlt V 2®, '933 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE J. O. Boopar PMbnshs* Edltot •4. L. Hooper ... Otto Hendricks Advertising Mgr Operator flaiit M T«zas EASY electric and gasoline motor WASHERS The Easy line of washers comprises a number of differ- ent types of washers to suit the needs of any family They are provided with the very latest features and im- provements found in washers. The name E A S Y 1b all that the name implies. We have sold several makes of waBhers in the past years. We find th at the EASY is the most satisfactory line of washers that we have ever handled. If you want the most satis factory washer you can get but an E A S Y . Prices range from $49.50 t o S99.50. Can give easy pay- ment terms if necessary. Schad & Pulte East Side of Courthouse Carl Marshall Fennell ■ Carl Marshall Fennell. son of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Fennell of Bulcher, died of influenzal pneumonia Janu- ary 14th at 11:00 p.m. The boy bocame ill Sunday morning and was taken to the office of Dr. T. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 20 January 1939

,..... ,g*w ' > Sensational Prices FOR JANUARY Clearance jADIES suits, dresses, \nd OOATS go ata RE- DUCED PRICE OP I/, i,adies 6.98 suits 4.99 Ladies 598 suits — 2.99 i_,adies 24.98 coats. 12.49 Ladias 16.75 coats .8.38 Ladles 9 98 cpats - 4.99 Ladies 7.98 silk dresses 3.98 Ladies 4.98 silk dresses 2.49 Ladies 3.98 silk drosses. 199 ONE LOT OP LADIES SILK DRESSES — BROKEN SIZES Most every size from 12 to 44 SENSATIONAL PRICE OP. .. i 1100 MENS AND BOYS DRESS PANTS SENSATIONALLY AT 1-3 OPP $4.98 panto $3.32 3.98 pants 2.66 298 pants 1.99 LADIES AND CHILDRENS GALOSHES—All sizes only 69 LADIES AND CHILDRENS SWEATERS AT % PRICE $3.98 sweaters .....$1.9g 2.98 sweaters .....1.49 1.98 sweaters - 99 .98 sweaters -....4# .49 sweaters -25 WOOL DRESS GOODS 1-3 OFF $1.79 wool goods —- $120 1.49 wool goods 1.00 1.29 wool goods - _....86 89 wool goods •• •60 .69 wool goods — — .46 BOYS CLOTHING 1-3 OPP suits - $5.99 8.50 suits 6-®7 5 98 suits — 399 4.98 suits 3.35 MENS AND BOYS SWEAT- ERS SEN...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 20 January 1939

- J V.. *' # b ^ <> *-■4. \ ■' ■ " -m. .ir ,■■ 1 V* • JW s' *r FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1939 The Trading Post Free To Farmers FOR SALE: 1 brown horse, suita- ble to ride or work. 14 V4 hands high, 1000 lbs. Priced at a bar- gain. J. M. Leatherwood, Star South, St. Jo. FOR SALE: A-l Springer heifer. C. J. Seibold. Jersey FOR SALE: Model A Ford. Priced to sell. Two-door sedan. In good shape with good rubber. J. F. Rich, Bonita, Texas. THE NEW TEXAS 1' H E A T K E Home of Good Picture* SAINT JO. TEXAS FOR SALE: Full blooded white Persian kittens. Mrs. F: J: Schenk, Muenster, Texas. FOR SALE: Four work mules in good shape and ready to work. T. P. Mitchell, Star Route South, Saint Jo. LOST: Suit case with children and woman's clothes, during the holidays. Finder please call 29, Saint Jo, or notify J. B. Lase- man, Illinois Bend. FOR SALE: I have sweet milk and butter for sale. See Mrs. W. T. Davis. For Sale: Good uf>ed Piano. Rea- sonable. See Mrs. Luqy Farrier, St. Jo. For Sale: 35 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 27 January 1939

KHTABUSHED 1888 The Saint Jo Tribune SAINT JO, TEXAS, FRIDAY. JANUARY *7. 1939 Volume No 40 Saint Jo Enveloped With Oil Activities; Leases, Property Advance With the Benton-Holmes wildcat, located five miles out of the city of Saint Jo, belching the black gold each time it is released to its own power, Saint Jo and vicin- ity is enjoying the greatest oil leasing boom in its history. Prac- tically every acre in north Mon- tague county has been leased with- in the past week and several wells are being contemplated. Continental staked off offset locations to the successful wildcat Wednesady. Sadler, Wade, Tuck and other employes responsible for bringing in the discovery well are rigging up to drill three-fourths of a mile east of the producer. Many other locations are expected to be made here in the next few days. Kingery Bros, have spudded in on a new location, Fred Snuggs, et al in the north cast corner of the south half of the M. Morris estate, 198 acre E. Arnold survey, in north Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 27 January 1939

/ f ' mk* ■I * ; . ' V- f- • JiK ' v" 1 .4 <T. >.'* • X t ! N FRIDAY. JANUARY 27- 1939 THE SAIINT JO TRIBUNE KOBUBHRD KWOW matter, J8M, am tti« poai «On at MM Wwcmfue. County, Teoca*. usudu. 4Jw A*t oI Ouusms e* Mewta 3n4, WW J. O. Hooper . P*t*ishe Frieda Meador . News Hdttot 4. L. Hooper - Advertising Mgr Otto Hendricks — - ——.. .. Operator SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, IN ADV. ONE YEAR IN MONTAQVK COUNTY LQ THE FAIR IN PICTURES m Nocona Theatre Friday and Saturday Jan 27, 23 If I Were King Rpnald Cotman Fi^n^es Dee January. 28—29—30 Submarine The Trading Poss i^ree To Farmei a FOR SALE: 1 brown hors. blc to ride or work. 14 high, 1000 lbs. Prictd at gain. J. M. LeatiU'iW" South, St. Jo. FOR SALE: A-l Springer lieifer. C. J. Scibolti. FOR SALE: Model A Ford. 1 to sell. Two-door sedan. >i !,! good shape with good rubber J. F. Rich, Bonita, Texas. Safe Business.... i « When you qjui advertise service and actually Oive It....-when you build up a reputation, and keep it....theres a cig...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 27 January 1939

jBjjjjjjjBjjMBM Wfrj.' - ' V.> • • y . * '• nrtW" -/ ' \ *.'■.* " - FRIDAY. JANUARY 27. 1939 \ THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE matter, 1898, M ttie port at MM<N tonottfuc, Oounty, Tucaa. mide* M A«* of Cmugnm o* Mwh W. W* J. Q. Hooper - Psbnshe Frieda Meador .. News Hdttot 4. L. Hooper - Advert*** Mgr Otto Hendricks — . — Operator SUBSCRIPTION PRICK, IN ADV< One tear in mowtagcb county L<* THE FAIR IN PICTURES Nocona Theatre xmsz: ■' :**4PIPN v..t« a ' '$•'!?•?§ Friday and Saturday Jan 27, 28 If I Were King iR^nald Colman.... Filings Dee January. 28—29—30 Submarine The Trading Post Free To Farmers FOR SALE: 1 brown hois. >' ble to ride or work. 14 im high, 1000 lbs. Pricitl a' > , gain. J. M. Leatiierw< South, St. Jo. FOR SALE: A-l Springer heifer. C. J. Seibold. Safe B usmess... FOR SALE: Model A Ford. I > to sell. Two-door ■ etlau. " good shape with Rood rubim J. F. Rich, Bonita, Texas. FOR SALE: Four work mules in good shape and ready to work. T. P. Mitchell, Star Ro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 27 January 1939

c > FRIDAY. JANUARY 27. 1939 Proper Lubrication - - - 18 ESSENTIAL TO YOUR CAR IMPROPER LUBRICATION IS VERY EXPENSIVE AT ANY PRICE. ALLOW US TO WASH AND PROPERLY LUBE RICATE YOURS BEFORE IT STARTS COSTING YOU UNNECESSARY RREPAIR BILLS. New 1939 Chsvralets (in Display Saint In Motor Co. Sale*—CHEVROLET— Service Phone 159 John Mosman, Owner Illinois Bend News Mr and Mrs Harris and CShidren were visiting in Hardy Sunday afternoon. A bunch went to Homer Parkers for hot tamales Monday night. relatives during the weekend Their daughter will enter school there: Mr. Henry C. Fulcher, Editor of the Wichita Kails Record News, was in Saint Jo Saturday visiting with Kent Bellah, losal photo- grapher and correspondent for that newspaper. o Tuesday Bridge Club Meets In Geo. Pedigo Home Mrs. George Pedigo entertained members of the Tuesday club and guests with a party in her home on Tuesday afternoon. Five four-some tables were ar- j ranged for games of bridge. Mrs. i Roy Kingery was awarded th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 27 January 1939

FRIDAY. JANUARY 27. 1939 Have Us Wash & Grease Your Car For for 99c Can called for and delivered and jsattsfectloin {hi guaranteed Phone 196 SAINT JO, TEXAS Personal Mentions D L MSlikin left Friday for Tav- axese, Florida fod a short business trip. W E Sqott was in Albuquerque, New Mexico on business the first part of this week, Jack COlller of Norman. Okla. son of Mr and Mrs Isom Collier of Saint Jo left last Friday for New York City where he will spend some time in study with beauty stylists and in study of dermatology. Mr and Mrs Browder Lauderdale and daughters and Elizabeth Aldri- edge visited in Fort Sill and Medi- cine Park, Okla. Sunday. L O McGoy is reported to be on the sick list this week. State Thearte Gainesville THE NEW Friday and Saturday, DICK POWELL Is "Going Places" with Anita Lor Use.... Louise Armstrong The infant daughter of Mr and Mrs J B Redman is quite ill. F.ank Moss, County Auditor. War- j ner Price, Judge L D Eakman and J 8uno^ Pinion -nauxraa aonreis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 February 1939

0^ The Saint Jo 1 ^"1 ESTABLISHED 1898 SAINT JO, TEXAS, FRIDAY FEBRUARY 10, 1939 Wedding Held for Trubenbach- * Swirczynski - jMUENSTER: On her 22nd birth- day annivarsy, Miss Isabelle Trub- enlbacjh became the bride of Arnold Swirczynski Monday morning in a ceremony read at the Sacred Heart Oatholic Chuch in the presence of natives and friends. Rev. Frowin Koerdt, pastor, officoated at the services. Anthony Liuke, organist, played lhe music for the entrance of the briiad party. Orenery and candles decorated the altar where the bride and/ bridegroom exchanged vows. A floor length gown of white velvet was chosen by the briae as her wedding cpstume A full length Veil as attached to a silver cap, White satin slippers completed her ensemble. The bridal bouquet was clmpised of white qarnations. Miss Rita Swirczynski, sister of the bride groom, attended the bride. She *vas attired in a satin dress of aqua blue and satin slippers of the same ) shade. Her flowers was a sweetpea corsage. Fra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 February 1939

FRIDAY FEBRUARYS 10, 1938 ocona jo, Texas, ... iyor of said city, jo hereby older an election to be held in said city on the 1st Tues- day in the month of April, 1939, same being the 4th day of said month, for the purpose of electing ietaxy .<tch. >nt John Moss .aid election to be some convenient place with- iln the city. Witness my hand this the 7th day of February, A. D., 1939. T. E. GILES, Mayor Attest E. N. Dunbar, City Secretary. Prepare For Trouble It is no trouble at all to sinile when you are lucky and things are coming your way. It's the smile that is forced during hard luck that seems to almost crack your face. When times are goIDd and yeu are making pelnty of money, the furture does not worry you. But when adver- sity comes in any of its forms strikes, sickness, cropfailure and calamities, then it is that the prudent man who; has established a tank account will have something to lean upon. THIS BANK IS A MEMBER OF THE t EDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION The First...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 February 1939

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 10. 1839 Personal Mentions Mr. and Mrs. Olaud Baker were Sunday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. McAhon. Mr. Mit Dunn and family visited his daughter at St. Joj Sunday. Mr. Raughlle HarwlU returned to Paris Saturday alter a weeks visit with his wife and daughter. Mr. Harve Dunn and family and Frank Dunn and family spent the week end at Madill, Okla, with Clifford Williams and family Miss Rhoda Harvill spent Satur- Bronchial Coughs Need Creomulsion Just a common cough, a chest cold, or a bronchial irritation of to- day may lead to serious trouble to- morrow. They may be relieved now with Creomulsion, an emulsified Creosote that is pleasant to take. Creomulsion is a medicinal com- bination designed to aid nature in soothing and healing infected mu- cous membranes by allaying irrita- tion and inflammation and by aiding in loosening and expelling germ-laden phlegm. The Medical Profession has for generations recognized the benefi- cial effect of Beechwood Creosote in t...

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