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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 18 July 1918

«""i" M > a , 1, a u.'i- SW Al'CI S I IM-: THIBUJNE TIÜIHSDAY JI LY 18, 1918 •üiTr* 1 '*¡89' Are the Packers Profiteers? Plain Facts About the Meat Business The Federal Trade Commission in its recent re- port on war profits, stated that the five large meat packers have been profiteering and that they have a monopoly of the market. These conclusions, if fair and just, are matters of serious concern not only to those engaged in the meat packing business but to every other citizen of our country. The figures given on profits are misleading and the statement that the packers have a monopoly is unsupported by the facts. The packers mentioned in the report stand ready to prove their profits reasonable and necessary. * * * * The meat business is one of the largest Ameri- can industries. Any citizen who would familiar- ize himself with its details must be prepared for large totals. The report states that the aggregate profits of four large packers were §140,000,000 for the three war year...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 18 July 1918

So Q r> «¡W tl'UnSTTMfl TRiiiifN«THURSDAY M'LY l«. f!M8 [ocaoi [OES o [(%> - J't o ©r ® * 8 o 8 i ! Beach Cloths 31 d Cool Tropical Suitings Enjoy solid comfort during the Summer hot days. The finest tailoring and the la- test fashions are*offered to you at reasonable prices. We are well stocked-up with a beautiful new and up-to-date line of Mens Clo- thing, Mis-Fit Suits, Mens Ties, Hosiery, Silk Shirts, Hats, Overalls, etc., all made in the very latest styles, and we know that our prices are most reasonable, and many who have called upon us during our first week pronounced our prices much lower than they really expected. It will be our constant aim to keep the stock right Up-To-The-Minute in every de- tail, and upon our ability to serve you best, we respectfully solicit, your patronage promising fair and equal treatment to all. Old suits can be made to fit your form as perfectly today as in former years and no will astonish you for their "lowness." OLD CLOTHES MADE NEW, AND ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 25 July 1918

# a o •«"■•«taW,,, mmmnm Q .© let; i? . O í'¿ O C3 H>lau- 3d bis over- Id thai lit Mr. «rotes," 3d ap- ian in- lutiful I Hurst, to «II imiring |pauie<í mas- lodueed ■"Hofco" luJn. btriek )f their ? I f f [Stripling M OO per . MKD1- |t,La,for hiato. /eek«end Isa Manda # (S VOL. X. #att Annua SAN ACCI VfNV. # m «i ELECTION RETURNS We will publish Election Re- turns as near as possible Saturday Night TELEPHONE US FOB INFORMATION YOURS TO SERVE Rushing & Rushing AT- SAN AUGUSTINE DRUG COMPANY VICTOR AGENTS JUDGE BOX SPOKE SATURD Other Speaker*: Judge Jno. C. Box of Jacksonville, candidate for Congruas, addressed the people at tho court house Satur- day at 2:.'t0 o'clock according to pre- vious announcement. In justice to Judge Box the Tribune desires to ex- plain why the crowd wraa ao small, there being present perhaps not2 more than 150. This was due to a M ML in flavor and meeting of the representatives of the t CI1 Uc«- ¡H. for county who have in oharge the War* oUUollLlilw...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 25 July 1918

turn MMimn • • ••• e i •« • •• «ic> • <• «•«* o « ««tit MIS Ci'a IlIUilSDAY JFLY 25. 1(M 8. e -. * ' .2*3 [to M |W! ' k"- I-'' 4 t S". fe á J $3 r orasen i raccors .ztl ir-lvl^iiri-szma^zkmittssnrs r-. 'Tmz Made is y i \ I: N R Y r O R I) & 3 u N, J si c. DEARBORN, Mi&K. rfeii mm m mm W/iJ be distributed in the San Augustine territory by Cone Car Company SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS Tlddrtss communications for all information to us i'lie Joy of Liviitfj. To enjoy life we must have good I health. No one can reasonably hope to get much real pleasure out of life when his bowels are clogged a good share of the time and the poisons that should be expelled are absorbed into the system, producing headacho land indigestion. A few doses of Chamberlain's Tablets will move the bowi-ls. strengthen the digestion and give you a chance to realize the real joy íi|' I i \ i UK. Try it. adv. Misses Hattie Slaughto*' and Grace Thomson spent Friday night in Longview goiug io meet Edward Thomson w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 25 July 1918

tf M Mi nient a in I 111 1 lis disturbed smooth wirt1 few I •'¡lis wil MAZOLA—the pure oil from corn—is so delicate in flavor and so digestible that everybody likes it. It isn't a substitute for Animal fats. It's an improvement on them. Folks that love crisp cakes, golden-brown doughnuts and rich pastries—but haven't been able to eat them—relish these good things made with Mazóla. Mazóla makes a perfectly delicious salad oil at less than half the cost of olive oil. In frying and sautéing you can use Mazóla over and over again —down to the last drop. It's used so hot that it never absorbs odors or flavors—even of fish or onions. Being an oil and not a solid fat. Mazola requires no melting— saves time, prevents waste. iranís BR *¡1¡te 2«s III i ! ill'1 p i ill 1 V.IK V!;¡ French Dressing teaspoon salt ) í teaspoon white pepper 1 tablespoon vinepar (malt or tarragon preferred) Dash paprika 3 tablespoons Mazóla Mix the seasonings and stir into the oil. Add the vinegar and beat vigor- ou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 25 July 1918

ANNOUNCEMENTS Webster F Hays, Editor & Prop. KUBSCHIP'I ION HATES: I On*' Sis luto '.onlhs (iu United State Sl.wi .50 (No less tliu'i G mo accepted Oue your to Foreign country - 2.W (No less tlia.ii 1 your accepted; Tine following announcementi- viit authorised subject .o the Dem- ocratic primary in July. 1918. I ni' lililí llistrict: V. A COLLINS 1'.. .\ssociute Justice 9thA.'ourf of Civil Appeals: III (J 11 11. SHOUT. DAN WALKKK. i «ill STATE SKNATOH: \V H. Cof S|NK(Sabmo « ).) W ij oOllDON Watered as aocond clasn mail nial- ' wwr March D, 1909, at the posfoflloe nt Augustine, Texas, under (he For Representative 10th. District of March 3, 1H7U I j ^ * , II I AIIICHILIJ Kuwr weeks constitute a month. 1 .¡ui advertising runs uutil ordered KOK COI VJ ^ JUDO'E: cv' tiy the party placing same. j E. T. ANDERSON. VdV' itibing rates reasonable and V (-<• PRICK. r ade kuowu on application. For County Treasurer: . . , , JOHN J'. SMITH of t hunks clusH 'ij u* mi- \fiw< mi \ a i?\kf...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 25 July 1918

>0O000 Oü o o o OOO 00Í > Mt • • WWWWVV For Weak Women la use lor over 40 yean! Thousands oí vtlunwy letters from women, tell- ing of the good Cbdui has done them. This is the best proof of the value of Cardui. It proves thai Cardui is a good medicine for women. There are no harmful or habit-forming drugs ir Cardui. It fs composed only of mild, medicinal ingredients, with no bad after-effects. TAKE SAN AUGUSTINE TRIBUNK TU.'ltHi>A\ .11,LY s*. m* cí> .1 Mention iah ' x V Mr' 1'ilv. in W i ll- ni' Hr«M and í uta Muí -Mu lit of itiuil . _• 11 w err hut <i' l.\ mal rifil Mil nil 1 >! last v Tlx* 11: Kir i> ,1 1I.1 .! ' ■ 1 ■ of '• i«i il . \ rlitií M;• 1 >hI;t.i n .mil I KISS H'l.\ AíJifS'TílOVi, t'.i jv rtcr ' • 1111 >11 -111 •< I young Tin • I i- 1 - IVi'in Minie ''I I! 1 • - I ■I V •* ■ ¡11 (lie riiuniv. They li I I I '• • 1 V -11 i v for Orange wle e In lias 4v. •* 1 i' ■ -1' inn. Tli>' Tribune toins in • : j lt.. II1V, ¡1 ongralnial ions In litis yi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 25 July 1918

PAN Anr.íTSTINE TRIBUNE THITRfeDAY JI.'LY huh What the Man Who Will Lead Our Boys to the Battle Fields of Europe Says About Ferguson IMMhVSi: SHIRKS NKKIIKI '< TO KKKI) MUX ON TRANSPORTS fed pa- Laet, winter when our hoy- in Ilamr Bowie were without proper protection iurainsl the extreme cold' weather anil were flying with pneu- monia. ami measles, Hon. Jacob F. Woiler-s went to Fort Worth, ami bought all Hie blankets, slickers, and sweaters that could he found in that fitv, at his own expense, pro- cured nurses for our hoys, and wired other cities for help, thereby derriouslratine his patriotism and love tor humanity. Previous to this tie had spent thousands of dol- lars making loyalty speeches throughout Texas. Before Ciovernoi ai Sam Houston during 'he war o| independence for l evas; icy father's oldest brother fought a-' a private through th' Mexican war of 1M' - it; under heneral Taylor; my father enlisted at the age of IT> in iiioen's hciKade and with that organi/atiou s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 25 July 1918

8AN AF'ÜF'STÍMJ TuIBr.N'B IH¡ IM AY II FY l'.'is I*": '•>>' women of N ?. ^acoíraocnes a "2'C -C* * for ¡ ¿1 :^k5ubbéí i To the Women Voters of San Augustine County: WE, THE UNDERSIGNED LADIES, FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTENANCES OF JUDGE STEVE M. KING, RESIDING AT AND IN THE VICINITY OF HIS RESIDENCE AND FIELD OF ACTIVITY FOR THE BETTER PA ill" OF HIS LIFE, BELIEVING HIM TO BE A MAN OF STERLING CHARACTER, HONEST AND CHRIVALOUS, LOYAL AND PATRIOTIC, CLEAN IN HIS MORALS AND POSSESSING HIGH AND NOBLE IDEALS, ALL OF WHICH FIT HIM FOR RESPONSABLE PLACES IN PUBLIC LIFE, MOST CHEERFULLY PLEDGE OUR SUPPORT TO HIM IN HIS CONTEST FOR A PLACE IN THE AMERICAN CON- GRESS, AT THIS TIME WHEN PATRIOTISM AND LOYALTY TO DEMOCRACY IS THE GREAT NEED OF THE HOUR DURING OUR COUNTRY'S TRIALS: Mrs. Mr.*. Mi*. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs Miss Miss Mrs. Mi>« Mrs. Mrs. Mr*. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mr- Mrs. Mrs. Mr* Mi- Mrs. Mi- Mr-. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mr-. Mrs. Mrs. Mr- Mrs. Mrs. Mr-. Hannie Strahan...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 25 July 1918

SAN AlMfT8T Mfi TRIBUSK TIIUIISDAY JULY 25, 1018 MI ¿ V v Hvtr í MincK oí mmxim. ixlction To In* Held in Road District Number File i f Suii Aiiijii.sliiie County, Tenas, « n tufniMt 17, 19IK Will MI AS, km )(<• '¡lilith !.'i> hf July A. I). I'.'Ih, Hi- Commissi.muí Court íil S;ii> \iiKU-li 'f Coimfv,Tr as, ;i« pe! il pii!■ t| I., i '■ > I I It. v.i - íll'lll .1 lít) '/ • ir Hieren). Ir, tered mi ii lion I' In out HO \l i DIS'I |{!i 1 F1VF <11 SAN \l < .1 I INI fililí <1 will ÍIJ. Cil- |. n ij HI . !r.c - iiuii through i m! '.kit • :< ii N- ty, ti v \s. on mm- si m:m'i;i;ntii day m \i «.r^s i vi . mm; i i,kn HUNI >1 f 111 * Kl< ill l i :i;N, ut sc hool house in sturffiH ii election precinct No. 12. at Odom .school house, in elecLion precinct No. !> and at Lucas school holts'), in .'lection precinct No. K within sitiii district, for the purpose of submitting to the resi- dent property tax paying voters of said district the question of the is- suance of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 8 August 1918

* J&at AunusítttP ®ribime. VOL. X. s.w al<a sum . ti:\\s. mi usi■ \\. \i <¿i si x. p.uk. M MLU.il IT That Headache -is often caused by Eye troubles or poorly (it glasses. It is poor econo- my to put off buying glasses and thus ruin your eyes. Once they are injured the trouble is always with you. Wouldn't it pay you to let Mr. Aiken fit you now and save you suf> fering and permanent injury. Special attention to school children who have eye trouble. Remember ryou get satisfaction.before you pay. YOURS TO SERVE Rushing & Rushing VI SAN AUGUSTINE DRUG COMPANY VICTOR AGENTS REPRESENTATIVE OF DEPARTMENT OF LABOR HERE MONDAY Met with Council of Defense and Explained the New Plan of Registering Labor for Essential War Industries. Representative from tin.' Depart- Jneeded industrie ol Un- rountv and merit of Labor at Washington was also st*n tllaf inbort-rs (4«'l p i d work- here Monday in a meeting with the jn„ l0n,ii(i«>n>. «Ivages. etc. This will County Council of D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 8 August 1918

i© SA\ M'HUSTTVR TKIMI V* tim'WDAV. Amn'STw. HHH. '"O Jaimminiiiiiinm 5X23 lamp Rarlf Putr' a man out "f commission while it lasts, LOIUC UOtn Every moment ia torture. lie can't u. oj even get about to amou.it to anyth.uy. For quid; rehtf, aoply BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT It Is a Powerful Pain Relief Rub it in well over the affected part. It warms and relaxes the contracted muscles, and relieves promptly. It is equally bene- ficial for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Stiff Ncck. Sore Muscles. Cuts, Wounds, Sores, Burns, Scalds, Tender Feet, Chatcs and Swellings. • JAS. r. BALLABD, Proprietor ST. LOUIS, MO. • ••••••• *••• • • • • •••••••• •••• fc) ■niininininiiuiiimniiiiiy 2X2 minimi MR. BOX ANSWERS SEN/ ' CHALLENGE t /"% *-■ . ^ o f wvJ ■ j f y. v .LVJ'S 'i'HSEE 11 • ■ IVOplC. You li:i\ • appr«■ \. d in,' ■housing ni'' a> on • ii < - ;i 11 < i 11 i. 11 < ■ ^ I • 11 • 11 \ < '•¡I'm i VV 11 • an<l bv i 11 v I caled it preferí tll'i' eiliphaH/ilii. | approval l>y giving in.* a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 8 August 1918

•* * é * «*• • • *" SAN AüütJSTINK TltlDL'XE TIlfUlSIMY. \n;rST #. LM«. ■'•■'uwémiiw 5 f \il \\ T7 nowai king schools nding recomme MAZOLA IT'S fortunate for America at this time that in schools and at home everywhere girls and housewives are using Masóla—the sweet, wholesome oil from Corn. Mazóla is an improvement on lard, butter or animal fats in frying and for cooking purposes. It is a pure, rich food-oil—with a taste and flavor all its own. As a shortening, Mazóla makes perfectly delicious bread, cakes, pastries and doughnuts. Being an oi! and not a solid fat, Mazóla requires no melting. It is ready to use. On salads and for mayonnaise dressing, Mazóla is perfectly delicious—as good as the finest Italian olive oils, and better than ordinary oils. I French Toast IV .t on- (VK until llclit, stir in uni ¡lalí teaspoon salt and onu cup ofmilV. Have r<- < JV nho'.t i;; ;.; CC9 of ot;«lc v/hitc brrad rut one-halt"incli thick. Dip them in tin: b .tter; turuis-;- i.m.l v/eU trtüi ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 8 August 1918

SAN AUGUSTINE TRIBUNE l'lt>r>\V. M ol SI- 8, I'.tlH I Ji* * * i * Mr i ' I ; \ 7 J I " H ' , ♦an Augustine (Tribune ANNOUNCEMENTS 1 i,„ ) ririUn* people ju.xl ;t Webster P. Hays, Editor ¿ Prop. | { closer '"Ui*l!ii*r, Kacfi and «-via • ■ i• — - - - J I Of U- i I :i V - ill) llllpol'lalll I <¡11*1 lo I ■ Ti'■ ;'"IIou amio incjiHints •'Ainuuu <d Mi<- war. .¿ml .H — — are authorized subject to the Dein-¡ should do ,',al i,:" ' cheerfully. n- 8UBSCRIPTI0N RATI-?: ocrati'; primary in July, V)1H. ¡ true licit many <•' u-. in lad, : -t One Year (in United -'a'-- sl.no l'w lioiijirirvi 2tnl llfolriH; ¡ .t i>. are pr.-Mv bn-v ai — us ai- 8iz Months (in United -até- 5 j v- A ' '"-f.l.NS ! fai' - and nearlv all <>i which i We Exceed No less than «5 mo. a • p'.-.l. \:,,r -\f«oeiato Justice. .ÍMh.Court ' i-*-, i t■ , oí' < 'i vil Appeals - One year to I-oreitMi c<- :ntry j 0 • (No less than I year accepted J)AX WALKKli. i Oil S'J \ J I. SK.V.VIOIt: — vx M M|J SjV...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 8 August 1918

( é wmi mmim !*• •• #• , •it 'ii v*J!iie i ido*, '■■ i- ' "v'" Jr*- i-, - -«4 e * nWf ■ ¡r/i'/Ji** '}' • ' JÍín'.■•-¿-CM.tdíjt*!; •.3t?C«l -| f' 'HVMIfl ; J fafJM 4 ■ SAX AUOrSTIMS^RIBUKB >'ll: iMt\v \r«.rsT«. mis. ut OFFICIAL BALLOT. <T si \Mi\m (.ooi ' \ \ I l! > ¡•"ni' I 11 i I • • 1 SI ale- — I i;i ! 4 4 Moni si 14-|4|4i i < 1 For • ¡"V4 imr: Ili111<' — I . Feriai-011 W. I'. 11 • 41114 \ J"'i r* 1,14 • 1114 • i : 1111 1 it t\: 14 41111 \|. 114 • II414 M-^4it) W. A. .1 < >ll 11 "4 iii !'. \V. I )a\ iils.ni s K .Cowell li. II. H<i¡ Inhu It. M I H 11##' ^ Personal Mention ^ lilis I.L I.A ARMSTItOMi. lt('|Mirtcr \\ \ at t Nurw 4 44Ht 1 it 1 ,11 , I r;i\ 1- - 114 4 J114 • f 4. a I'l-W 4 |ii \ s. 7•.t:¡ im isi M v<mi : ;i ivr iti* 4* :. l:;:¡ .•••:;s 7<• is 1 ?i 'j > 1.1 ."i.'i i i n; i.'n i (no Xi;;1 VI inn li!«" i 0 n n u «1 «>•'¡7 l: I ll'llí I ' « I I I 1 Í 4 I U ■> I 4 \ 4 • J". ;n I \. 7S S II . .1'. 1 t .! 1 . 117 (i L' -J s |;; -.' Í a 7 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 8 August 1918

SAN AUGUSTINE TRIKI '■ TIH'WflAY. AlJíü ST 8, 1918. h I ' i r WALL BROTHERS BLACKSMITH AND MACHINE SHOP ANY KIND OF MACHINE SHOP WORK DONE PROMPT LY, ACCURATELY, AND AT REASONABLE PRICE ALL KINDS OF BLACKSMITH AND WOODWORK San Augustine, : : : Texas 'Till-: NKKI OF Till-: HOI K" Our country entered thi- war t< light 1« r personal liberty of every down trodden nation, as well as to preserve our own freedom, and our iucccss depends, not alone upon our army, but upon every phase of our industrial life to sustain our army and jusl, now the shortage of skilled Office workers is very serious and will Krow worse unless the young ladies and younp men are too young or physically unable or otherwise exempt from war duly realize that it is their duty I o acquire a business training immediately to come b) the rescue of both the government and commercial organizations. Head the following announcement which speaks for itself. Washington, July 10.—The United States (iovernment needs, and needs ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 8 August 1918

*W M '«il'HTíM. TíilHI'NK I " 't-h\Y M'l 1' h, I'.MX. t\f7 * v" ^ mlACr-;. J with it'C TROUBLE ink' r !) I alter n !i ! 'T"r I v t.tcl , a i:, t Air. a lor.pi w'i' .. I , i have pains and a in, disagreeable trcte in 1 butter.oil or *,-!••: .v,c I Wf. 'J spit if p. I be-'in iloliive regular sick headache. I had use J pills ami tablets but after a course of these, I would I* constituted, it just seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were no cood at all for my trouble. I heard THEDFORD'S black-Draught recommended very highly, so began to use it. It cured me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or stomach trouble any more." Black-Draught acts on the jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of throwing out waste materials and poisons from the sys- tem. This medicine should be in every household for use in time of need. Get a package today. If you feel sluggish, take a dose tonight. You will feci fresh to- ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 8 August 1918

I ft 5 í í A m I I 1 v M s i 7*1 SAN ACCJl'STINK THIIIUNS I in II I• \\ M • • "«• 9 D 0 locaojoaoc i 9 a i o o Q o [ Don't Send the Money Away Whg Order Your Clothes from Far-Aivap Tailors? --paying: much unnecessary expense, when there is an experienced tailor right here in San Augustine? Years of experience and a graduate of one of the best tailoring and designing schools in the United States will give you the full benefit of his experience and knowledge. Come in, talk the matter over with us. W. B. SHERMAN Clothier, Tailor, Haberdasher. [O] 10 TRACTOR PLOUGHING. I HXXtlTONMU ' MUM I ( itMh To I 1N« olAMIIKh. >• : • • W V-. • • -d ; ^ ij' • i rv\ ;"i ■ v. . ,¡<l\ - VX K \X I.KTTKRJS OK l.l \KI I YNSHII . \ i > tVV.1 >i\l> <•! > ' V A ,-tll J • tli • : r'' •• a:.y «.oti.-ta.'' • • ! « ■ \i „• iT 'v < ■'•••'•>;' - V" w ■ ' >'i nliti;• t - Í to i - : • • :!-h^«i <■! ' .• •-; «-1. . f■ • a < '■ t 'lav - J■* 'ori* • i iia> *Ii' 11: a a-w «.(«a- • ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 14 October 1926

&an Auguatiup tErihuitf. vol. rvm SAX AUGUST1XE. TEXAS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 14. 1926 NUMBER 2Ü ONE CENT—ONE CENT—ONE CENT This Week! Thursday, Friday and Saturday ONE CENT SALE Biggest and Best We Have Ever Had DON'T MISS IT [CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GET-TO- GETHER MEETING GREAT SOCCESS Many Notables on Program — Prem- iums Awarded Truck Growers. Splendid Program. ■s. Friday nigh:. Oct. ML, quit? a crowd gathered at the opera h/jMr for the program of the San Augus- tine County Chamber of Cvn! t r«. Mr. l. h. Nicholson, winner of first priz* for best two acres- of tomatoes, $100. Jir. Bee Price, winner of second ar.r ouneement of which was made in. pris. f^r bt-t two acres tomatoes a former issue of the Tribune -Tvl by circulars. Mr. K. C. Dcwr^f. Prwidi-ri of the body, preside !. He explained the >-b- jec? of the meeting as * g,.-neral meeting of the Chamber at which all citizens of the county were heartily S50 Mr. Ivon Mitchell, best one acre to- matoes. S30. Mr Tori Norwood, secon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 14 October 1926

*AN AUGUSTINE TRIBUNE, SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS. PAGE TWO u ■I i t; 11 I 4 Here's Quality at Low Price! % \ Fall Togs Clothes that meet every fall and winter demand; Suits and Topcoats in the latest approv- ed fashions at low cost. Clark, Downs & Co., f San Augustine, Texas < 0 WJ, "MGLEYS PEPPERMINT FLAVOR A lasting treat and good for teeth, appetite, and digestion. G125 f i" 1 % l lu' I milling l'« Kt- of ihi New Champion 1 (iene Tunney, after a hard, but victorious battle with Jack Demp- scy, is now tli eproud p >ss or of of the World Champion Heavy- weight title, lie ha- stated that he will protect hi.- crown again-' all a.-'.pirants. This photograph indicate hi- preparedness. * %: ft: THURSDAY, OCTORER 14, 1926 A M. COLLEGE WILL CELEBRATE SE.MI-t ENTENIAL I ! College Station, Texas, Oct. 1J.— Leading educa'ors and scientists and distinguished figures in otehr proi««x. -jon- fioir. Texas and < the! ites '1 the Nation as well, will assemble b">*e in numbers on October...

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