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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 July 1939

~Y Friday, July 28, 1939 - - THE saint jo tribune PAGE 3 want-ads 37 YEARS AGO saint jo tribune july 25, 1902 FOR SALE—Johnson Grass Hay. h. r. Eldridae of Call or see Clyde Cole„ Saint Jo. I Tuesday night In the city Peabody News tan?ford> a prominent drug- fit} Bonlta' spent Sunday in the Mr and Mrs. Harve Brown and. , son Deibert, and Bob Cable visited \ Joe Bowers visited his parents at Mr' and Mrs. Frank Hutson and | Forestburg last Saturday nicht and son of Breckenridge, Texas, Sunday, j ^unday. Mrs. Pauline Dunn and son re-1 turned Saturday to their home at Mrs. Ernest Skelton returned Aiteche Okla., after visiting several Wednesday from a two days' visit d,f^s With relatives here. with relatives In Gainesville T S Cable is visiting his sister, Mrs Jack Wade, and family at A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Marlow, Oklahoma. i C. Reeves, on Mountain Creek, " Cjicc Mary Lue Donnell of Hardy Sunday, July 20, 1902. spent Friday night with Misses Flovee and Rama Jo Bowen. | Mrs. H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 July 1939

¥ PAGE 4 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Friday, July 28, 1DJ9 -1 * *n d M X1 -4 1 V, «a f ~ wj |: .m J * 'fit 3 at 1 - /U pa. i :o on A " Hit "Vtex e£ and *er< T. J M !-3a«g rr;fl j Airs. 3VE LMeat Alojn Westinghouse Mazda Lamps - - 15c 10 watt thru 100 watt Johnson's Silver Polish - - - - 25c Shi-nup Alarm Clocks - - - $1.00 Vulcan Furniture Polish - - - 15c and 25c Dust-0-Lac Snow Bird Oil Mops ... 50c 15 1-2 inch spread Your Friends DCOTT BROD HARDWARE—FURNITURE—FUNERAL DIRECTORS Saint Jo AMBULANCE SERVICE Texas f • '.'>yV Main Dish Salads Delicious, cool and satisfying, these salads will provide a welcome variety for young summer meals. Deep Sea Salad In the center of a large platter arrange a circle of crisp lettuce; fill with tuna fish salad. Mix equal parts tuna fish and chopped celery with well-sleasoned French dress- ing. Sprinkle with capters. Place rhicory around edge of platter. At ■sne end put a mound of shrimp in j ntaj'onnaise; at the other end a well-1 easoned crab meat ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 August 1939

More News More Readers More Features The Saint Jo 1 ribune PHONE NO. 29 Volume 42 f^int Jo. Texas. Friday, August 4, 1939 Number 11 I \ Highway Accident In Saint Jo Last Week No serious injuries were snsiain- ed last Friday when the 'Clwn-olet pickup driven by I'lis Burn*. city, collided with another pickup driv- en by Mrs. 'Starling Embry, of Civil's Bend, on the liiglrway in front of Mt. Hums' home-. Mr. Hums was hacking in'o the highway and waited for another car to pass before going into the road, not seeing the oncoming Kill- bry pickup. The two cars collided at * tlie edfte of tile highway near the Burns* driveway. Mr. Burns* car was spun around facing the opposite direction, while the other car was sent spinning for several yards down the highway and left facing the road also. In the car with Mrs. Einbryj were two of her children and a little hoy from Oklahoma ( ity. who was visiting the family. None of tlieiu were reported to have] received any injuries. Mr. Burns was alone ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 August 1939

"PAGE 2 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Friday, At'"U3t 4, 1939 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Saint Jo, Texas "Entered as second class matter, 1898, at the Post Office at Saint Jo, .Montague County, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879. DOYLE II. McGREOOR YVOONE MCGREGOR MRS. BIGE DAVIS .Owner-Publisher Editor News Reporter MEMBEF TEX/ PRESS ASSOCIATION SUBSCRIPTION PRICE IN ADVANCE ONE YEAR IN MONTAGUE COUNT'/ $1.00 ONE YEAR OUTSIDE OP MONTAGUE COUNTY $1.60 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation <of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of ithls paper, will be gladly corrected upon due notice of same being given to the editor personally in the office of The Tribune. PERSONALS Those visiting in the home of R. S. Mann last Friday were, his par- , ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Mann, Mr. and Mrs. Buford Lovelace' brother, O. C. Mann and Mrs. announce the arrival of an 8 lb. Mann, his sisters, Mr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 August 1939

Friday, August 4, 1939 Farm Freight Rate Reductions Added to Transportation Bill The declaration of ■ policy of equality in export freight rates on farms and industrial products was recently written into the new Transportation Bill when the House of Representatives adopted an amendment offered by Represen- tative Marvin Jones of Texas. The amendment provides that farm products shipped for export shall have substantially the same advantage of reduced rates now given to industrial products ship- ped from factories to ports for -export. r In a speech to the House, Jones cited examples of rate reductions allowed industrial products going abroad and then gave examples of 4, the lack of reduction in rates on shipments of farm commodities in- tended for other countries. "Whenever any industrial pro- duct is shipped from a point in the interior to a port location, des- tined for shipment abroad," he said, "the rate is reduced from 25 to 33 1-3 percent. Whenever a farm product is shipped, as...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 August 1939

K|" *, R ' ' n-i' .*\V ' • PAGE 4 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Friday, August 4, 1939 BRITISH KING SIGNS "ROYAL BOOK" AT N. Y. FAIR NEW YORK (Special)—The King of England is pictured as he inscribes the royal autograph, "George VI R.I," in the guest book reserved for the names of visiting rulers in Perylon Hall at the New York World's Fair. His Queen, who a moment later signed the guest book, "Elizabeth R," is pictured seated beside him. At the King's right stands Grover Whalen, president of the Fair corporation and official host to their majesties during their visit to the exposition. Standing at the Queen's left are Mrs. Grover Whalen and Governor Herbert Lehman. Mayor LaGuardia is seen at the extreme right of the picture. HARDY NEWS Charlie Cox and son, John of Madill, Okla., visited relatives here Over the week-end. "Hoss" Jackson of Forestburg, Visited "Jelly" Harris, Sunday. Jean Jackson spent Saturday Bight with June Hutto. Billie Jean visited Louise King Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lester ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 11 August 1939

ft • ' MWMM% More Newt More Readers More Features The Saint Jo Tribune w.iwwut PHONE NO. 29 Volume 42 Saint Jo, Texas, Friday, August II, 1939 Number 12 A Ride Through The Country '*In ray ride through the cooati? this week, I found the farmers very cheerful in spite of their harried crops. t~That "hope springs eternal in the human breast" is no more true of any class of people than of the farmers. They prepare their land, plant it, cultivate it, and just when they are feeling most secure, a sudden hailstorm may sweep it all «way, or a prolonged drouth, such as we have had this year, will slowly kill a large part of their crops. Yet they, most of them, do not lose courage, hut bravely start over. What could we do without the farmer? . Mr. aed Mrs. Clarence O'Neal have some pretty flowers at their filling statior wheh show real care. Mrs. W. H. Browning Is making sweet pickles from peaches, growD in her orchard, for the Tipton's Orphan^ Home. I had the pleasure of seeing the largest ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 11 August 1939

PAGE 2 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Saint Jo, Texas Entered a* second class matter. 1888. ac the Post Office at Saint Jo, Montague County, Texas, undtr the Act of Congrees of March 3rd. 1879. DOYLE H. McGREGOR Owner-Publisher YVOONE McGREGOR - - ^ Editor MRS. BIGE DAVIS News RePort*r PRESS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE IN ADVANCE ONE YEAR IN MONTAGUE COUNT'/ $1.00 ONE YEAR OUTSIDE OF MONTAGUE COUNTY $150 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or cor; >ration which may appear in the columns of this paper, will be gladly cor ected upon due notice of same being given to the editor personally in the c ff'.ce of The Tribune. PERSONALS Mrs. Ellen Moreliead, who lived in the Starkey Community for 20 years until 1936, left Tuesday of this week for College Station, her new home, after visiting her child- ren in California, friends and re- latives in Cooke and Montague counties, also relatives in Okla- homa. To her t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 11 August 1939

Friday, August 11, 1939 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PAGE 3 tn^fMvr **" WANT-AOS for SALE—One sow, weight about 250 pounds; and 7 pigs. R. A. HLCHER, Saint Jo, Texas. CAPS CORNER Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Vaughn and children were visiting in fiowie Wednesday. Mr and Mrs. Jiin Mitchcll of Nocona, spent the week-end with •' their daughter, Mrs. Ira Lawle'-and Mr. Lawler. Mrs. Kula ">iaton and Mr. and Mrs. WiUiard Slaton, all of Qua- nah, spent the week-end with Mrs. * Slat'on's mother, Mrs. M. Child- ress and sister, Miola Adams, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Summers were in Wichita Falls Monday on busi- ness. Guy Cannon started picking cot ton Monday morning. Miss Melvina Knox of Prairie Point, is spending the week with her brother, Cromer Knox and Mrs. Knox. Duard and Davis Thomas of Wichita Falls, arc visiting Oliver O'Neal and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Eldred of Nocona, spent Sunday with Mrs Eldred's parents, Mr. and Mrs Walters. Mrs. Morgan of Prairie Point spent Monday with Mrs. D. T league...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 11 August 1939

Z£'W-:X~ PAGE 4 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Friday, August 11,1939 SPECIAL 1940 Emerson Radios Now on Display Model DB—301 Natural Onyx Plastic $14.95 5 tube AC-DC Superheterodyne. Standard Am- erican Broadcasts. Inner-Ceptor Loop Anten- na. Electro Dynamic Speakers. Modernly styled plastic cabinet Designed with handle for portability convenience. w 0 Your Friends OCOTT BROb HARDWARE—FURNITURE—FUNERAL DIRECTORS Saint Jo AMBULANCE SERVICE Texas UUW>IW WI*I'I* ~ I( >Q< >o< OUR ENEMY, THE FLY Taken From July Copy Of -Your Life" Our housefly starts life as a liny egg, much smaller than a pin- 'lead, deposited by a female fly in fc manure pile or in any rot- ling refuse. This egg is one of a batch that may number a hundred <>r more; and the batch itself is ne of three or four that a single female may lay at ten-day inter- vals. Thus a manure pile on a ••arm morning in the spring teems with fly-eggs so numerous as to '>e almost beyond reckoning. One "dentist has calculate...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 18 August 1939

i More News More Readers More Features The Saint Jo Tribune PHONE NO. 29 Volume 42 S-int Jo. Texas. Friday, August 18, 1939 Number 1 Nocona-Saint Jo Have Intercity Tournament Noccna golfers met those of the Saint Jo Club on the local course for an invitation 18 hole matched play last Sunday afternoon. 20 players came down for the inter- city tournament. •• The results were based on a pos- sible 60 point matched play. 1'8 Hole Results Bige Davis of Saint Jo defeated Jack Poster of Nocona, 2-0. Curtis "Kelly of Nocona defeated C. D. Mitchell of Saint Jo, 1-0. W. J. Stone of Nocona defeated C. C. Ware of Saint Jo, 3-0. j. W. Lunn of Nocona defeated H D. Fields, Jr., of Saint Jo, 2-0. Dr. Rundell of Nocona defeated J. S. Lauderdale of Saint Jo. 3-0. S. J. Pedigo of Saint Jo defeated Kelvyn Smith of Nocona, 1-0. Joubert Janeway of Nocona de- feated T. McCloud of Saint Jo, 3-0 B. R. Hutchins of Nocona defeated D. Fleming of Saint Jo, 3-0. David Keck of Nocona defeated C. "W. Yetter, Jr. o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 18 August 1939

m J:-. I, M THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Friday, August 18, 1939 Jtta THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Saint Jo, Texas N. ed ah second class matter, 1898, at tne Post Office at Saint Jo, County, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879. II. McGREGOR Owner-Publisher NE McGREGOR Editor BIGE DAVIS. News Reporter PRESS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE IN ADVANCE I TEAR IN MONTAGUE COUNT? $1.00 : YEAR OUTSIDE OP MONTAGUE COUNTY $1.50 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC r erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of >per, will be gladly corrected upon due notice of same being given to personally in the office of The Tribune. WHAT SAINT JO THINKS Some of the opinions expressed by our citizens on the ■uuiksgiving day question: "It doesn't matter to me. The turkey will taste just as jpflo one day as a week later." "Yeah, it's O.K. (this from one of the younger set) only fiflrah they'd set aside two days of the week for Sun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 18 August 1939

Friday, August 18, 1939 k/ ye,AK£> AUU L E Whaley was in Bowie on fcinrts this week. | ji(jd h Herndon went up to ntague yesterday. mom to Cole Mabry and wife, lint Jo, July 25, 1902, a son. B M King and W. W. Grant spent onday night in Nocona. I Lester Bella h took in the big gun in Gainesville Wednesday. IA tonkas born to Mr. and Mrs. , E. Scott, Saint Jo, July 15, 1#02. | Mrs. Janie Hendrick left Tuesday crning on a visit to friends at linns. Ale. D C. Berrv and family visited rel- ives at Vailey View the early part ' the week. I Coke Williams of Duncan, I. T., Vter a short stay in the city, left I'esday evening for home. Mrs Sallie Weaver, who was here siting her .sister, Mrs. R. P. Samp- i, returned Saturday to her home i Greenville. Mrs. T. J. Rone is visiting rela- ves at Mill Creek, I. T. Prof. H. B. Oatir spent last Sat- ;day In Nocoria. Mist Ethel Bellah is visiting rela- ves in Gainesville. Mrs, *W. E. Bellah and children isit^l with friends in Nocona last tek. THE SAI...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 18 August 1939

PAGE 4 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Friday, August 18, 1933 OOe=>oc;—>n< >n< vn< >n< >ru >n 1; Hear the 1940 New York Skyscrapers Form Back Drcp For Air Viev; of Fair id as st gtre Cot E II. N NE Mc BIGE 1 TEAR I i TEAR C | 9 error) persor iper, wi liior pei I' [l i 5 me i' csgivi! I "It do( one d;i Emerson Radio , , fl , i ill iw A,tv 1,1 Mir- li ■•••Tiiii Miracle Tone Chamber Priced from $10.95 up ^VWV^VWWWWWVA/VN/SA/VA/\A/^A W*/W>/\/WWWW>^SA/SA/</WWWWWW Your Friends bcOTT BROO HARDWARE—FURNITURE—FUNERAL DIRECTORS Saint Jo AMBULANCE SERVICE Texas buLTiru~iruu\ruir -«- - *"l<IL*^AAAA^A^w^^w>A^AAA<>A<><wwt***ai >o<—r>o< | "Why have \ *1 don I "The i of th over if day "Wher 1 "It's a "Look "Roost "It wi J from Ipresidi sgivi \V0l ie p , mc. tte eo) Iworld.' At sui lyg be |:.Mino1 \tgn a'9 The a Wo tilt | of 1 Becau he coj Irfaetic last th * jot I some Bftnt. HARDY NEWS Several from here attended the mecoming at Forestbur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 25 August 1939

More Readers More Features . , i *ic tea I IjpltH V«A« wtii^k IHAU Aid icttving nerc. We I "Cobb Reunion,M Sunday that B | "Cobb Reunion, i ne " «*« ■ PAGES Misses Prances and Elizabeth I f ~i KWftCllfO.'- 29 WAM-I f Volume 42 Saint Jo, Texas. Friday, August 25,1939 Number 14 'Ten Per Cent- Reduction In Fire Rate The State Fire Insurance Depart- ment announced last week that ef- fective September 1st, revised in- surance rates will go into effect which will reduce the fire Insur- ance costs in Texas materially. Churches—Brick—Credit Increas- ed from 35 percent to 50 percent. Churches—Frame—Deduct 35 peri Dwellings, servant's houses, pri- vate garages, private bara* and tourists camps (excluding farm ^property)—Brick and frame—De- duct 10 percent. Electric light plants, waterworks pumping plants, filtration and sew- age plants: BrlcV, Dcdnct 25 per tent, frame, deduct 25 per «coL. Flour and ccrcal mills, frame, penalty 50 percent. Hotels, frame, penalty 25 percent. 4 Laundries, dry c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 25 August 1939

Saint Jo, Texas •Entered as second class matter, 1898, at tfte Post Office at Saint ./o, rMontague County, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879. •DOYLE H. McOREGOR YVOONE McGREGOR "SIRS. BIGE DAVIS ..Owner-Publisher Editor News Reporter PRESS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE IN ADVANCE ONE YEAR IN MONTAGUE COUNTY $100 ONE YEAR OUTSIDE OP MONTAGUE COUNTY $1.50 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation <r*f any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of ^tois paper, will be gladly corrected upon due notice of same being given to the editor personally In the office of The Tribune. IT'S GREAT TO BE AN AMERICAN Problems confront the country, but it's great to be an American. We have our troubles, but it's great to be a Texan. Elsewhere, everywhere in the Old World, darkness and tJiaos abound. In Asia savage warfare rages. On the bor- ders of bleak and barren Mongolia, Russians battle fiercely in unannounced warfare wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 25 August 1939

WANT-ADS POUND: Roll of tin wrapped with hailing wire—cut about 18 inchcs wide. whirred in joints). Lost from Irark. IIKS. C. A. HOWARD. WAKTED: Part of laundry work ia uud around Sanit Jo. Wet 01 dry laundry. MRS. ROSA DAVIS. \ PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Cunningham of Harlinjjtn. ure here visiting old frlruds. Mrs. Cunningham is n for- wrr resident of Saint Jo. Mr*. R. T. Royd and sons, i aul and Ern«l, are visiting relatives in Shamut, Oklahoma, this week. Hrrshal Royd and Jim Irving tinited the fair in Gainesville Wed1- nwdaj night. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hackney and rliildmi and Mr. Hackney's father nf Port Worth, spent Sunday with Mr*. Hackney's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C- R. Hale. ^ ^much ,ucrinK nere". We Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Cook and son, -P" *e'e Bowie visitors Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Roe Sled ire were J*' visitors Thursday evening. ElSeI}«n-niS,,JVanda *** ^ ftnd *Jia Jane McOee were Decatur visi- tors Saturday. Mrs. Meb Dunn, Mrs. Amy Satter- ueld, Evelyn Dunn and Bettye Tom Jones ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 25 August 1939

CAGE 4 Full Size MATTRESS . * V, J« SO pounds Linters tfilled and Cleaned Your Friends OCOTT BROb HARDWARE—FURNITURE—FUNERAL DIRECTORS Saint Jo AMBULANCE SERVICE Texas O J NOTES FROM THE COUNTY AGENT By A. S. ELLIOTT SoU and Water Bill The soil and water law passed by he last legislature Is rather simple n its meaning when once under- stood and its provisions explained, rhe bill is an enabling act whereby * group of farmers can form a dis- rlct to do cooperative work in con- roiling erosion of soil by water. The ' ffected landowners go to the polls *nd cast their vote either for or against the proposed districts. How nuch Is done within the district will •epend on what the landowners v&nt to do. The responsibility for he administration of *Vu- program ests upon a committes of five lanr'- ' wners in the district, three of them re elected by the people 't his com- mittee does not have the power to crce any landowner to do any work xcept thru court action by the leighbors. The dist...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 1 September 1939

More Newt More Readers More Features The Saint Jo Tribune PHONE NO. 29 Volume 42 v Saint Jo, Texas. Friday, September 1, 1939 Number 15 SEWING ROOM IS CLOSED TEMPORARILY # Photo by Kent Bellah First row, Mrs. Maggie Greer, Mrs. Daisy Perkins, Mrs. Vera Marks, Mrs. Carrie Ma- ples- and Mrs. Zelda Hoffman. Scond row, Mrs. Bessie Goolsby, Mrs. Alic Rich, Mrs. Cora Moore and Mrs. Audry Lee. Standing, Miss Jinnie Woods, Floorlady, Mrs. Marie Hurley, Cutter, Mrs. Mazelle Evans, Manager and Mrs. Ruth Sanson of Bowie, County Supervisor. The Saint Jo sewing room closed a project of 7 months duration on August 19th. During this time there was>ttscd 5471 yards of material and -',736 garments produced. There has been employed an av- erage of 16 women with a pay roll of $2,780.31 for the 7 months period. A new project was started Au- gust 22nd which will employ 12 women until Sept. the 1st when all who have been working 18 months or more will be dismissed. This will be include most of the wor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 1 September 1939

THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Friday, September 1, 1939 THE SAINt JO TRIBUNE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Saint Jo, Texas SE& as second class matter. 1888, at the Port Office at Salnt ^o, le County, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd. 1879. H. McGREGOR.. YTOONK McGREGOR Owner-Publisher Editor BIGE iGREQOK DAVIS - News Report** SUBSCRIPTION PRICE IN ADVANCE ONE YEAR IN MONTAGUE COUNT? ONE YEAR OUTSIDE OF MONTAGUE COUNTY - $150 NOTICE TO THE PUBLJC Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation rat any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of ♦him paper, will be gladly corrected upon due notice of same being given to <h« editor personally In the office of The Tribune. L B. BESS L, B. Bess, son of Mr. and Mrs. "Bill Bess of Dye Mound, died at •*:15 A.M., Sunday, August 27, 1939 after being ill only a few days. Funeral services were held at 2KX> P.M. August 28th, 1939 at the •Church of Christ at Dye Mound with Elder John Raymond officiate...

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