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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 February 1927

ro—"S* ar-wrrri r rv •" ii ■■ - bUUd TOeekl? Ctibuue s ■ '■ tt Saint Jo,Texas, as Second Ulaas Matte* it*'*. Published Every Friday first bnildlng east of Citizens National Bunk L. J. BEYNOLD8, Editor and Proprietor Subscript ion Rctes: Oae year $1.G0, six months 70c. four moths 00c, one month 10c. IN ADVANCE Advertising rate8 sent to any address on application. 8aint Jo, Montague County, Texas, Friday Feb 4, 1927 FARMERS WHO CAN PAY. :ently ra Carolina doctor's diagnosis of the farmer's financial troubles which is worth passing along. This was a general practitioner in an average small town, who carried the accounts of many farm families on his books, usually making collections yearly when crops were marketed, as is the custom with many. On January 1 he checked up his delinquent accounts and found that in nearly every case those who had failed to pay were one-crop farmers, who made no attempt to raise a va- riety of products. Then he looked over his paid-up list, which disclosed co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 February 1927

r r. ': r-', - ■■ -~'-r fi " ■ "' 1 • f; * * - • t' •' 7 -: Vy-i f r * r _ JANUARY CLEARANCE „ i Big Redaction Entire Stock I gj Our price# are put on a Cash Basis, low JH jg margin of profit and quick turnover. §L Big Values in Rugs, Mattresses, Stoves |£ ^ and Furniture. THE PANTHERESS Edited by the Saint.Jo High School Pupils. i A PUCE WHERE TRADING IS A PLEASURE 8 ^ =================== ^ 'jg Your Old Friends, EE 1 SCOTT BROS. 8 Better Service Since 1890 gj gg THE STAFF i The Saint Jo High School Spanish (Club, which was to meet January 27, Editor-in-Chief Blanche Beckner was postponed on account of the Sport Editor.. Or eta Austin weather, It will meet February 4. Joke Editor... Alene Collier Society Editor Beatrice Beckner EDITORIAL We have heard the jelly-bean and ippcr question debated pro and con. ire admit that there are exceptions Jo. The school is putting forth every effort to help the panthers win. Now, what we want the town to do is come to Bowie Friday morning, Februar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 February 1927

f mn i ^ . * MMB3MHHHL t I* I !«' L r^^rv viS ns left ant, Ok THE SAINT JO TBIBttNE '. - ■ Aj^'W-, _,... . ; . p*401 ticDeguty Sheriff Leon Smiths made nMniu trip to Gainesville Tueg- i*;x day. i-c •> *.*.*•• ; Mrs. Homer , visited hdr m Sunday. I-. agfce'} o£ . Nocona flfitf sisters hexe ediU " ,..... ..OJ4WC . Misses Mable Harwood and Wild a Parks accompanied Mrs. S. L. Hill to • „ ,Bonita Wednesday. I its■luwST! « o" y nWzi ' -* 5 B<#W<-to Mr1. and Mrs. Walter L. | Ivin ,-nihe-tmles north of town, a baby Andy-Parsons of Bonita, a former was here on ■ .• sr-~WA i'lUVfi j 1'Jjl giii V \>/4 • z': jif.ji' H . 9-nOj it ( 'i jo >ifo$ i.i 0fl. Hjj iU Ji/D i- .C'„ ~.... « nzni/ in m\m\ HOME' PEOPLE** ..... f\J4 .ii -I • - - I • ^t-fthei'lfjribune do your Printing t.v,' -- reaideni of this city, wa w^^ .'^wpesdalyt • 1 fllfrM Mutnst er au\ n ^iteflj t«idef t RoSt. Cooke of the Mol*t e M„rt, Visited tenrf folks near ''last Stfoday'. .id -—^ m <!>> '- ,TAbsaJ-i6 •i.'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 11 February 1927

H IMI ■MM v ft N /Vi'VP. <> ■■___. i"! I p?'" p iM sR&s W'4 K I wf I ?■ f 5u «8®> Br; -1> 'v-!t. p -MV5 Established 1896 SAINT JO. MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11. 1927. ol. 2 N9. 13 IT ALL DEPENDS A good deal depends on who is doing a thing, and on what is being done. For instance: Longfellow could take a piece of paper and write a poem on it and make it wox-th $5,000—that's genius. Ford can sign his name to a check and make it worth a million dollars—that's capital. A skilled worker can convert three cents worth of steel into watch springs worth hundreds of dollars—that's skill. Any man can spend his money as fast as he makes it— that's foolishness. Save, and keep your account at our bank— that's business. The First National Bank. H. D. FIELD, President JOE BOWERS, Cashier GEO. S. M. KING, Vice President A. WRIGHT, Ass't Cashier NCI S FR0.1 THE OIL rlLLi) ACCUSED MEN BROUGHT BACK TO TEXAS The Shasta Oil Co. will likely spu.l in on the Alexander farm the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 11 February 1927

tlbe Saiut 3o Weekly tlribuue fiaterttl *t the. Poaftoffioe at Saint jo,Texa* as Second Claw Matter Published Iv.Q Brery Friday flr*t betiding east of Citlrene National Bank L. J. REYNOLDS, Editor and Proprietor Subscript Ion Ru-:m : Oie year $1.50, six months 75c. four moths 50c. one month 15c. in ADVANCE Advertising rates sent to auy address on application. 8aint Jo, Montague County, Texas, Friday Feb 11, 192" I a law with teeth. Iri view of the fact that certain Texas cities are taking rather dras tic steps in their efforts to suppress the crime wave that is sweeping over the country from Maine to California and from the great lakes to the gulf it may be interesting to Tribune read ers to learn that the State of New York has apparently shown the way to the goal through a law recently enacted in the empire State. It is known as the Buumes law, and was enacted last July, or rather it be cnme effective in July. It provides among other things that a criminal convicted of a felony the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 11 February 1927

E - WmBHB® fcviifii PERSONS IN fc. s ojJb cAk COMBINE PICK PLAINS. , ,'•*■. t"— DO YOU WANT? g a ffl £S Do you want your pennies to count? fgj Do you want a pleasant place to trade? 211 s ^ £> Do you want to trade at a place where w rfl Vftll ran cpf whnt vmi wnrit ni anv Macliiner) First Used to Harvest Wheat Now Gathers Lint M m n m m you can get what you want at any time? —if you do, trade at Your Old Friends, \m la a n m SCOTT BROS. tit. Helping You Build Since 1890 mmmmmmmu wmwmm C. H. DUNBAR FUNERAL DIBECTOR Homer Donntll, Assistant CALLS ANSWERED ANY HOUR DAY OR NIG '1 Night Phone Saint Jo 2, 3 rings Forestburg. call A. T. Russ Auto Hearse and Ambulance service furnished from Saint Jo. Ik Burial Supplies Carried at & ST. TO and FORESTBURG The succeeful experiments with an improvised mechanical cotton picker conducted this year by W. B. New- some of Dallas, on a farm fifteen miles west of Littlefleld hold out a hope to King Cotton of again being a reigning monarch in Di...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 11 February 1927

A WE ■ >. .fL,*4\ 1/ J.C- . / v:-** if THE SAINT JO TRUHM H-5 CAFE a • a • 4 aw r *- _ i I Ik r: r it 'l I 4* • « OALBRAITH FOXWORTH LUMBER COMPANY All kinds of lumber and building mate- rial. Where quality and low prices go hand in hand. PHONE 62 PEDIGO DRUG STORE Drugs, Sundries, Cold Drinks and Cigars :: Special attention to Prescriptions :: Phone 58 C. C. WARE, TAILOR Phone 85 A neat appearance is a valuable asset Have your clothes pressed often Work Called for and Delivered. Phone 85 IOWA CAFE Edd and Dub, Proprietors Don't divorce your wife because she can't cook; eat here and save her for a pet. WE SERVE THE BEST COFFEE IN TOWN ROGERS DRY GOODS AND VARIETY STORE The Store of High Class Merchandise For twenty-seven years Giving Real Values. Don't forget, we carry PETERS SHOES Phone 14 8 or 12 5 B.B.DAVIS, HARDWARE The Store of PERSONAL SERVICE Where Business is Appreciated. Phone 3 0. J. L. M O R G A N, G R O C E R Y Staple and Fancy GROCERIES FLOUR, FEED and MEAL Prices ar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 18 February 1927

slip ■ : m Saw . m. . i . «rr* : • • • • •'•' : ■■ ■ H -■ ;;,x ;: SAINT JO Established 1898 SAINT JO. MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18. 1927. \ ol. 2 N9. 14 SAFE BUSINESS When you can advertise service and actually GIVE it— when you build up a reputation and KEEP it—there's a sign of safety. This bank of ours has weathered many a financial storm. We know why—so do you. It is because we have furnished the best banking service and have maintained a reputation of being conservative and reliable. These things beget confidence— ' the very foundation upon which modern banking is established. The First National Bank. PRAIRIE HILL ITEMS. leges, manufacturing, agriculture, uiiaji!iiiuimaHiuiuiiiiouuiiuuiiaiiiiuniiuaiuiuiimiaiiaiinnnnnuiiiniiiauininmintniiiinuiS!iiuiiii livestock, minerals, railroads, high- er PRAIRIE HILL. Tex., Feb. 16.— way and motor vehicles, utilities, We are having some beautiful weath- banking, insurance, election results er in which to do our gardening. by ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 18 February 1927

m n " * fjiv I I Ube Saiut Jo Weekly 3ribuue Bntewd >1 tha Po|toffioa at Saint Jo,Texas, as Seco.ifl dm Matter Published Every Friday flrrt building east of Cittmu National Bant: L J. REYNOLDS, Editor and Proprietor I hi*. Subscription Osa year $1.50, ate montha TBc. four moth* 50c one month 15c. IN ADVANCE . Advertising rates sent to any address on application. Saint Jo, Montague County, Texas, Friday Ff.h 18. 1927 NJGHT SCHOOLS FOR FARMERS When thu Champion Cotton Grow era of the South, and the Corn King of America, who comes from Ohio, wore in Washington recently, they were welcomed by the best official society and President Coolidge and Secretary of Agriculture Jardine headed the list of those who gave them a hearty welcome. J. C. Wright, director of the Federal Board of Vi cational Education, told the prize win ners and a large group of guests at the dinner given to them by the Chil ean Nitrate of Soda Educational Bu reau, that successful farming in the United States could o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 18 February 1927

ism ■ in - i-«a 3 J ft ---for the service THAT PLEASES J SATISFIES —come to us WE HAVE, FOR THE. PAST 37 YEARS, GIVEN OUR EN- TIRE TIME AND OF OUR VERY BEST EFFORTS TO IM- PROVE OUR UNDERTAKING BUSINESS, AND AS A RE- SULT, WE K N O W *■- (1). Thai we have to offer you SERVICE that has kept pnce with all improvements and changes for the results. (2). That our repsonse to your call is as prompt as die occasion demands. (3). That CHARGES FOR OUR PERSONAL SERVICES are not added to your bill. (4). That the PRICES of our Caskets, Suits and uresses are strictly in keeping with the QUALITY of Caskets you may personally select from our large and complete Stock. (5). That the cost of Funeral Supplies has suffered an awful "slump" in the market, and therefore WE TAKE THE LOSS. Your Old Friends, SCOTT BROS. m m m u m, m m is m a m. c. h. dunbar funeral dibector Homer Donntll, Assistant CAMS ANSWERED AMY HOUR DAY OR NIGHT Night Phone Saint Jo 2, 3 rings Forestburg, call A. T. Russ & Auto Hea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 18 February 1927

•*, ffjjw J ' •• •* '• . =fVK$i5r mbSHjFff1' "V f ) M«i ftrttMt Walks*, former real J dent of Saint Jo,_is here on a visit to LOCAL NEWS ITEMS .JLI|g tha1 Trii> since ahdJ leffc (ere last spring, unusual Miss Minnie Miller and Mr. Hoyt Parsons of Mallard were married Monday night. —i—„ about ten daya old, yet he knows hU name and re- „l|l4 ■ curt J I , ... - and Duroc Jersey lo«| a,W* an<* 'u^ °' L. Cooke of Sherman was in Saint Jo on business Tuesday. Mrs. W. R. Zetzsche is on the road to recovery with a new set of teeth. Joel Bryant of Gainesville was shaking hands with his many Saint Jo friends Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Brown sur- prised their son Sterling with a fare- well party Wednesday evening in honor of Miss Morrow, who is mov- ing to Bulcher. Games were played until a late hour, when all those present expressed their appreciuton for the enjoyable entertainment. Mrs. C. W. Price is in Winnnewood,' where she attended her father's fun eral recently. He died of smallpo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 25 February 1927

I ~FK ' V- i !■ • «' ' ' ' --for the service THAT PLEASES * SATISFIES —come to us . "V- MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25. 1927. Xol.2 NO. 15 WE HAVE, FOR THE PAST 37 YEARS, GIVEN OUR FN- TIRE TIME AND OF OUR VERY BEST EFFORTS TO IM- BUL?W°£ YNDERTAking BUSINESS, AND AS A RE- (1L p.at we have 10 you SERVICE that has kept pace with all improvements and changes for the re-nlts. (2). That our repsonse to your call is as promprasThe occasion demands. (3). That CHARGES FOR OUR PERSONAL SERVICES are not added to your bill. (,>4}\iT,?atithe-PRICES of our Casket8, Suits and Dresses are strictly in keeping with the QUALITY of Caskets you mav personally select from our large and complete Stock. (5). That the cost of Funeral Supplies has suffered an slump in the market, and therefore WE TAKE THE wi SIC AND EXPRESSION tori TO CORRESPONDENTS. """ - - —- t T~n"iintrirmniiiiniiiiniininiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiMi—i—w—W Your letters are interesting to our ! subscribers, especially "to those who ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 25 February 1927

IB) .lXiL— . *r- • .. ■ Sbe Satut 3o Meekly XWbuue tetrad *t the Po«tofflc at Saint Jo, Texas. as Second Class Matie> «•'« Published Every Friday first building east of Citieens National Bunk L. J. REYNOLDS, Editor nod Proprietor Subscript ion IttA.es: y««r $1.50, sir months 75c. four moths 50c, one month 15c. IN AD VANCE Advertising rates sent to any nddrcss on application. Saint Jo, Montague County, Texas, Friday Fku 25, 1927 DEEPER QUEST FOR OIL. The shallow depths at which most drillers, especially in this section of the State, stop drilling in their quest for oil can but make one believe that if the drillers were more persistent and would drill to still greater depths their efforts would be crowncd with decidedly better success. America's first commercial oil well, drilled near Titusville, Pa., in 1859, was only 69 feet deep. Recently there was reported an oil well in California which had reached a depth of 8,046 feet and was being drilled still deeper. The invention of meth...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 25 February 1927

—for the service V I I •M' 2 m f kV-;' r;! MM M$8B 1 THAT PLEASES & SATISFIES H —come to us & £t gj 52 WE HAVE, FOR THE PAST 37 YEARS, GIVEN OUR EN- TIRE TIME AND OF OUR VERY BEST EFFORTS TO IM- PROVE OUR UNDERTAKING BUSINESS, AND AS A RE- SULT, WE KNOW- (1). That we have to offer you SERVICE that has kept pace with all improvements and changes for the *«♦♦«r ronlts. (2). That our repsonse to your call is as prompt as the occasion demands. (3). That CHARGES FOR OUR PERSONAL SERVICES are not added to your bill. (4). That the PRICES of our Caskets, Suits and Dresses are strictly in keeping with the QUALITY of Caskets you may personally select from our large and complete Stock. (5). That the cost of Funeral Supplies has suffered an awful "slump" in the market, and therefore WE TAKE THE LOSS. m Your Old Friends, | SCOTT BROS. wmm\ League District Conference. The Deiafur District Ep worth League Conference will meet at Vashti Saturday and Sunday. A group of leaguers will attend f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 25 February 1927

■ ? Something New Something Different Watch this Space NEXT WEEK Thank you 6 / tv.fl> :. «rt t We wish to load a Poultry Car Friday and Saturday, and will pay you 18c for Hens and 25c for Fryers up to 2 1-2 pounds each. Good for Friday and Sat- urday, February 25th and 26th. ' D. L. DOWD Saint Jo, Texas 4W W.W4"5'W<">WW'|. Shop at the Chicago Store When in Gainesville Your Mail Orders will receive Prompt Attention CHICAGO STORE Gainesville, Texas At the Christian Church. Services Sunday morning; and eve- ning by the paster, Elder John Ray- mond. Subject, for the morning sermon: "The Two Ways—the Broad Way and the Narrow Way." Evening subject: "When Does the Broad Way Begin?" Sunday School at 10 a. m. Everybody is cordially welcomed to attend any and all services of this church. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bowers were vis- iting in Oklahoma City a few days the first of the week. Bring your films to Pedigo's Drug Store, or mail them to K. It. BAR- LOW, for developing. o Mr. Bennett, of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 March 1927

JO Established 1898 SAINT JO. MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 4. 1027. \ ol. 2 N9. 16 On the Other Hand Said the teacher: "Now, Thomas, you are facing north. The east is on your right hand. What have you on your left hand?" Thomas answered: "A WA RT, but I can't help it." Which proves that tho expected answer is not always forthcoming. But when the question is asked: "Where is the best place to do your banking business?" there is only ono answer. It is at our reliable bank that by years of con- tinuous fair dealing has won the confidence of this entire community. The First National Bank. H. D. FIELD, President JOE BOWERS, Cashier S. M. KING, Vice President GEO. A. WRIGHT, Ass't Cashier NOTES FROM THE OIL FIELD The biggest hit of the season for this section in the oil industr" is the new Montgomery well, one mile south of the Bulcher field, brought in by W. H. Turner, driller for Lenear & Chatman. Reports came into the rity Thursday afternoon that the oil was spouting out o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 March 1927

m 7 RB.SAINT TRIBUNE at Saint Jo, nd Clas3 atter, 1898. Published every Friday. ' : , fl* x L. J. REYNOLDS Editor ana Proprietor. * SHORT SERMON. * By Rot. S. L. Ball. * ******* ** SERMON NO. 7. Text: "And thou shalt call Ills name Jesus: for he ahall save his people from their sins." Matt. 1:20. In the former sermons I have had something to say about the "Christ- ian Home,' early training of children, and Christian education, all of which are very important and have great value. But tne home, the finest train- ing and the highest education—value- CHRISTIAN CITIZENSHIP. Subject of Stirring Sermon at Meth' odist Church Last Sunday. FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1927 Subscription Rates—in Advance One year ai.00 Six months 50 s°ul from sin. Only Jesus can "save Three months *5 his people from their sins." The Son jyjRn onjy «]iath power upon earth In this Advertising rates made known 1 ; to forgive sins." Luke 5:24. for display space sermon and in others to follow I shall on application. (try to pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 March 1927

r. " ' . . . • H '■ \ ■-t;Jswv/ « .£PS2 'i f X . -vJ 'fotyvr ' k; • :v;' ; 3 •• '.?■ . "• gft, ',*• - '• :*r ■*« r «i • ® —tor the service THAT PLEASES & SATISFIES m SI §a 3 ■come to us b & it & & « w s m WE HAVE, FOR THE PAST 87 YEARS, GIVEN OUR EN- ««* TIRE TIME AND OF OUR VERY BEST EFFORTS TO IM- IM PROVE OUR UNDERTAKING BUSINESS, AND AS A RE- SULT, W E KNOW- (1). That we have to offer you SERVICE that has kept pace with all improvements and changes for the r«- \ts, (2). That our repsonse to your call is as prompt as the occasion demands. (3). That CHARGES FOR OJJR PERSONAL SERVICES are not added to your bill. (4). That the PRICES of our Caskets, Suits and Dresses are strictly in keeping with the QUALITY of Caskets you may r personally select from our large and complete Stock. (5). That the cost of Funeral Supplies has suffered an awful "slump" in the market, and therefore WE TAKE THE LOSS. & Your Old Friends, 8 m | SCOTT BROS. 151 a-sfrfrfrfrfry ^ C. H. DUNBA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 March 1927

Js :& SfriT ' ?"': r^SpE MHK: ;"K~, *■ •*'".'7 ...':• ■S GOBBLER so raniKS Just a few left at J. H. Chancers E. N. Dunbar made a business trip to Gainesville, Thursday. • ——o— Mrs. L. G. Munsey and children left Thursday for Emory, Texas, where they will join Mr, Munsey, who has been transferred there as ' ^ "1-K-T " agent of th« Ry. I- J. M. Price was in Muenster on business Thursday, Guy Redman, who has been oper- ating a'gin at Gasolene, Texas, came in Friday to visit relatves here. I —o— Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Waters and family of Duncan, Qkla., are visiting his motiier, Mrs. A. J. Waters, and family here this week. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd A. Tucker, two miles east of Bulener, a girl on February 27. •V —— 0— Subscribe for 'lit TRIBUNE, §1. \ • TONY'S T A I L O It SHOP * Does First Class Work Will Call for and Deliver * Phone 188, Thompson Barber Shop ****!)!* *♦** Material for Airline Bridge. Three cars of tubing were received over the Katy in Saint Jo this week by the Airlin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 11 March 1927

\ ■ !• 5>s~ $ , • ♦ •• • ♦"• . iJiVfci l/1'c3u *-v/-J*'-' Jj^v V*"•*' '::«2SmV *' $&$&• >wfM; • T'^v.;;, j^'S'- TRIBUNE. $%U £* P®E ??> v'-fJS «. WCk#-1 Rstablished 1898 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 11. 1027. Vol.2 N9. 17 A Key to Succecss There is no royal road to success, especially to financial success. But there is one thing that often proves a key to suc- cess. It is READY MONEY. No matter how great an opportnuity may present itself, or how attractive the investment, it is worth nothing to you if you haven't the ready money to take advantage of it. • Better begin now by starting a little account at our Bank, so you can be ready when the chance comes. It will he secure with us until needed. The First National Bank. DYE MOUND NEWS. H. D. FIELD, President JOE BOWERS, Cashier S. M. KING, Vice President GEO. A. WRIGHT, Ass't Cashier ! DYE MOUND, March 9.—Clifford Williams and J. B. Jackson left Wed- nesday morning for Wichita Falls to go to work. ...

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