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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 1 September 1939

" - Friday, September 1, 1989 - fyistlytx*, *>ct THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PAGES WANT-ADS fob sale:—Violin — cheap —w. T. Davis for sale:—1932 Chev. tudor, newly painted, A-l motor—Eli Ba- ker. Rt. 1, Saint Jo. O PERSONALS Mrs. D. E. BeSaw and daughter, Sandra Ann. spent last week visit- ing hei parents, Mr. and Mrs. EH f> Springs of Gainesville r. D. Hobbs of Amarillo spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Farris. Mrs. P. H. Dowlearn and son. Tommy, of Shreveport, L „ returned to their home on Wednesday after a visit with her mother, Mrs. Betty Price. Mrs R. H. Aldriedge, Jr. and son, Howard, will accompany Mrs. Dowlearn to Tyler where Mrs. Ald- riedge will visit her sister. Mr and Mrs. R. T. Buck were Gainesville visitors cn Monday of this week. Guests in the home of W. E. Scott, Sr., last week-end were Mrs. C. N. Conr.al'.y snd daughters, Mary Jane and Margaret, of Oklahoma City, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Granlund and son, Scott, all of Tyler. Mrs. Clara Be...

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

PAGE 4 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Friday, September 1, 1939 >r>< >o< >■, DOVE SEASON SEPT. 1st to OCT. 31st r £ i / 1 We have a full stock of 12 ga:, 16ga., 20 ga., and 410 ga: shells Rent guns at all times jLPjnjnJ^rT-n-ariJ-Lnrr ■ ■ ■ ■ * Your Friends bcOTT BROb HARDWARE—FURNITURE—FUNERAL DIRECTORS Saint Jo AMBULANCE SERVICE Texas >0<=>0C=Z30< >o< >Q< O >0^ Forestburg News Mr. and Mrs. D. Roy Knox and daughter were Bowie visitors Mon- d&y Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Martin and son were Sunday guests of her pa- rents, Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Jones. Wanda Lee Box returned home from Weatherford Sunday. Buddy Dunn of Dye Mound is here visiting relatives. Miss Evelyn Seay of Belcherviue who has been visiting here return- ed to her home Saturday, she was accompanied home by Evelyn Dunn. Mr. and Mrs. John Moore were Gainesville visitors Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Willis and daughter, Charlene, and niece. Mina Cunningham, were Gaines- ville visitors Friday....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 September 1939

"*• \f im i sfftf . Mmmm AM More News More Readers More Features The Saint Jo Tribune < n ' i yi vr i i J S !• n . \ u, ofe . PHONE NO. 29 Volume 42 —— < i—■ 11 •nt Jo. Texan. ' Friday, September t. 1939 - I (!• Number IS A Ride Through The Country In my ride through the country this week I found the mothers busy getting their children ready for school. In the Spencer community the school began Monday of this week with S. A. Vaughn, Mrs. C. D. Mitchell and Miss Chole Wil- liamson as teachers. We are getting a new bridge on the old Bonita hiway near the T. J. Hurley farm. For the conven- ience of the public who use this road they have made a temperary crossing to be used while the bridge is being built. This is very thoughtful of our Commissioner and I know all who use it appreci- ate it as I surely do. I was shocked to learn that L. D. Childress was taken suddenly very ill with pneumonia. All who know Mr. Childress will be sorry to learn this. Mrs. J. T. West has returned from...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 September 1939

PAGE TYTO THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE ) Friday, September 8. 1939 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Saint Jo, Texas Cntercd as second class matter, 1898, at the Post Office at Saint .<o, Montague County. Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879. fWYLE H. "YVOONE McGREGOR IS. BIGE DAVIS Owner-PubUsher ..Editor News Reporter MEMBE PRESS TEXA ASSOCIATION SUBSCRIPTION PRICE IN ADVANCE •ONE YEAR in montague county f j-®® ONE YEAR outside of montague county $1-50 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation ol any person, firm or corporation which may appear In the columns of this paper, will be gladly corrected upon due notice of same being given to the editor personally In the office of The Tribune. family reunion. Mrs. Herbert Graves and daught- ers, Dorothy and Rosylyn of Ft. Worth visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hoover last week. Misses Imogene Phillips and Doris Lauderdale were Gainesville visitors Wednesday. Mrs. Mae Morris a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 September 1939

i #| m \f THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PAGE THBUM MOTOR CAR KILUNGS!! LET THEM BACK TO SCHOOL IN SAFETY! FIVE RULES OF SAFETY For The Children FIVE RULES OF SAFETY For The Motorist J First of all remember what your teacher has told you in * school. Always watch and obey your safety patrol boy. He is experienced, and is able to guide you in safety! 2 Always watch the red and the green lights. Don't start * walking until the light has changed to green. Never cross the street if the light is red. Don't take chances! 9 When you cross a street corner, even if there are red and * green lights there, be sure to look both ways before you walk. Also look down cross-streets for oncoming motorists. £ If you are playing . . . stay out of the streets. Never run * into the street, as the streets are for cars and not for people to play in. Play in the playgrounds and be safe! C You can be arrested by the policeman if you walk across the * street in the raidle of the block. This is "jay-walking," and if yo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 September 1939

* ?AGE FOUR THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE A Cooperator's Story I By Opal Clayton Montague County Home Demons- tration Agent Club Demonstrators develop de- monstrations of better home-mak- ing tor the purpose of meeting the peeds of their families and of prov- ing to their neighbors the value of *he demonstrations. One cooperat- •r in the Saint Jo Home {Demons- tration Club observed the work of •demonstrators, took advantage of 4he information given to her club and remodeled her kitchen, making it the sanitary, convenient, pleasant kitchen about which all home- , makers dream. Following is the story of her work, which she, "Mrs. Ernest Cun- ningham," of Saint Jo, Texas, gave to her Home Demonstration agent, Opal Clayton. "My kitchen was an old one, built about fifty years ago with no con- veniences except a sink that was across the room from the cook stove, a kitchen cabinet, a closet in one corner, and some open shelves with a table beneath. After we began the study of kitc- toens in our Hom...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 September 1939

J. (y, September 8, 1939 antads BAL.E Bird Dog Pups. Frank ■ FOB SALE—See Mrs. Lee lum, North part of town. Ial reward will be given I return of purse to Mrs. Fay No questions asked, valu- opers inside. THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PAGE five id Contest Id pen L i, Rucker, Band Director lie High School Band, and I general of the Band Con- futed for October 4, open- of the Montague County highly pleased with the Ithusiasm being manifested lala event. More than one invitations have been as many fine high school Texas and Oklahoma, expected that this Band jjvent will be one of the orful spectacles ever seen bction of Texas. bntague County Fair Board liake October 4, OFFICIAL SN'S DAY and all enter- will be arranged accord- hie big band contest man- ivill provide much enter- I, and it is planned to have E matinee for the children larnival Midway, as well as Vertainment features. Ten Children are expected in In official children's day— 4. ands will be instructed to feowie before 1:30 p. m. j 14, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 September 1939

Vs" -" ! ' fff* ' I 7-'> ' " f " V V PAGE SIX THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Friday, September Mo, c=>o< o< >Q o< >o< cy moo ing neei ing' the «r i, trati -denv the and it tb kite] mak Fc worl «ing to h Opal aboil venii •acroi stovi in « sheh Af liens Club mod« stud} kitch turer. to w Fo i ivory black Th. linole to m i >Q GIFT POTTERY... Just received a new Fall Shipment of Pastel Colored Pottery - Includes Vases, Creams, Sugars, Pitchers, Etc. Shop With Us And SftVC Your Friends OCOTT BROO HARDWARE—FURNITURE—FUNERAL DIRECTORS Saint Jo AMBULANCE SERVICE Texas j i jltlo ixnjtnnrM- i—i" **VI*I,YYYVW. desig: 1 -walls FLOWERS jvory (Continued from Pace one) Tht ■when RULES AND REGULATIONS the b Following are the rules and regu- range 'a*tons to govern Saint Jo's Flower built Show in November. the k 1. All flowers and plants must be j to an gtown and owned for at least four oppos months by exhibitor. 'U-sha *. Twenty-five per cent of all aniddl blossoms sold go to the P....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 September 1939

I IX mjr ♦* AMftJh More News More Readers More Features The Saint Jo Tribune PHONE NO. * 29 Volume 42 S^int Jo, Texas. Friday, September 15, 1939 Number 15 NIECES OF MRS. FLEMING BRING STORIES OF tlVAR ZONE Following are some of the stories to which the J. M. Flemings listen- ed Wednesday evening, told to them by their visitors, Dr. Autrey Wiley and Dr. Margaret Wiley, Denton, who returned to America after a summer in Europe during the now famed "war of nerves" and six days at sea on a crack liner of a belligerent nation after the de- claration of World War No. 2. "Nothing has ever looked more beautiful to me than New York City on Sept. 9—a city free of sand bags, gas masks and black-outs—a city with lights, blessed lights!" Dr. Wiley sailed from South- ampton, England, Sunday morning, Sept. 3, shortly after 5 a.m. on the lie de France, French luxury liner, and at 11:15 a. m. an unassuming bulletin on the ship's bulletin board notified the passengers that war was declared. Dr. Wiley...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 September 1939

* I .. .. r . At *■ v* "•* * ?■> - " v ■ ™;r '-J, '* • •• f| PAGE TWO THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Friday, September 15, 1MI THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Saint Jo, Texas Entered as second class matter, 1898, at trie Post Office at Saint >10. Montague County, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd, lb79. YVOONE MCGREGOR - MRS. BIGE DAVIS ... News R«Port*r PRESS TEX A SUBSCRIPTION PRICE IN ADVANCE ONE YEAR IN MONTAGUE COUNT'/ $1.00 ONE YEAR OUTSIDE OP MONTAGUE COUNTY $1.50 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputattor. of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of this paper, will be gladly corrected upon due notice of same being given to the editor personally in the office of The Tribune. A TEXAS EMERGENCY Texans watch nervously the fate of European people. Within Texas, a crisis of direct bearing upon their own fate is rapidly shaping uo. Unless this country is involved in war, the present em- erg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 September 1939

safe. - te;; ; " ■""« ) 3f >'. SP^ -&x m-f - :#•« Pis ' 1 . V >\ \ ■*~: '■ *'J 'A ■• ,"-:'3* *W'' . "•' - ' ' ■ ":-. '>•*> - ' "> ' ■ \ ■■: '*■:: <3 W ;'ss M ■ * 'J ' ' '■ O'' Friday, September 15, 1939 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PAGE THREE WANT-AD 8 rics FOR SALE—W. r. Burns. TEAKS FOR SALE—See Mrs. Lee McCoUum. North part of town. WR BENT—Two-room apartment upslain $12.50 Month-Bills paid. BiJdrooiti, downstairs, $4.50 with tails paid, linens furnished. Both «ntb outside entrance. Call at jforvell House. I WANTED—Good milk goat. See B, B- Davis. O • WAR. Continued from Page one jtxw 1 telling the ship's captain to fly without a flag. Completed Book Dr. Wiley was in England com- peting the manuscript for her book. "Rare Prologues and Epilo- gues." which is to be published by the famed British publishing house, Allen tc Unwin. She now is la- menting the fact that the only copy of the manuscript is at the publish- ed and it may be three years be- fore she even knows w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 September 1939

PAGE FOUR THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Friday, September I.JJ po< TOM THUMB - - * Paints * Enamels Wood Patch « Gasket Cement < Plastic Cement -> Top Dressing 9 ) J J > 1 > 5 ] 10c 25c 50c j Your Friends OCOTT BRob HARDWARE-FUHNITURE—FUNERAL DIRECTORS Saint Jo AMBULANCE SERVICE Texas m m m ~ 'riV^fu-vyyvyu-uTjTj ' wi< >Oc >Q^ >Q< >OC=DO< Illinois Bend News R. Grisby were in Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. B business callers ■'hursday. Business callers in Gainesvi Friday were W. D. Dowd, Milton ..suck and sons, J. W. and Carleton. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Dowd and on, Edward, visited relatives in \fooona Sunday. Miss Norene Williams went to prices may decline after a temp- orary rise. In 1914-1915 the products rose then fell during the second year, then rose in the last years of the war, then fell to very low ! levels the next year. With the great lt.'n ! "umber of governmental agencies now at work, it is very doubtful that prices will be permitted to vary up and down ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 September 1939

Nft V- PANTHERS - - BEAT JACKSBORO! The Saint Jo Tribune * m Let's Boost The PANTHERS Friday Night Volume 42 Sa ni Jo, Tc::a:> Friday, September 22, 1939 Number 17 Bryan Dill find E. E. Ritchie Killed In High- way Collision COUPE CAUGHT BETWEEN TWO TRUCKS * His body burned and badly crushed, Bryan Dill, 39, of Montague, died in a Wichita Falls hospital at 2:12 o'clock Wednesday morning, seven hours after the highway mishap which claimed the life of his com- panion, E. E. Ritchie, 34, Montagu filling station operator, on the Henrietta highway four miles southeast of Jolly. The two men occupied a light coupe which was caught between two trucks driving in opposite di- rections about 7 o'clock. Demol- ished in the impact, the machine instantaneously was ignited. Their bodies were charred before men in the trucks and passersby could rescue them from the flames. Ritchie was killed in the wreck Dill's clothing was burned off to his shoes and his body battered as the coupe was ripped apa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 September 1939

I ■ ■ PAGE TWO THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE JF" THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Saint Jo, Texas Bntered as second class matter, 1898, ai the Post Office at Saint .10. Montague County, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879. YVOONE McGREGOR - - Editor MRS. BICE DAVIS News R*Porter MEMfcEF^ TEX^P^ PRESS ASSOCIATION SUBSCRIPTION PRICE IN ADVANCE ONE YEAR IN MONTAGUE COUNT? *100 ONE YEAR OUTSIDE OP MONTAGUE COUNTY $1-50 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 thin paper, will be gladly corrected upon due notice of same being given to the editor personally In the office of The Tribune. Nation's Spending Habits Most notable shift in the consumers' spending habits is caused by the desire of the people to "go places." America spent 41 percent of its per capita income in 1909 for trans- portation; by 1937 this figure had risen to 11 percent. The money spent ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 September 1939

/ I Friday, September 22, 1939 Services An- nounced At Glad- ys and Dye Mound Ray C. Morrow, pastor, will fill his regular appointment at Gladys Sat. night, Sun. morning and Sun. night. He announces also that he will preach for the Dye Mound Baptist Church Sunday afternoon at three o'clock. All living in or around that community are invited to be present. The subject for that service will deal with world condi- tions and how they relate to the coming of Christ to earth again. In- teresting and timely subjects are also promised for the services at Gladys. O special service at methodist CHURCH Rev. Ray Lawler from Burk- burnett will preach at the Meth- ,!tiist Church, Friday through Sun- day night. We invite the punlic to hear him. Leon Frank Milner. Pastor. O presbyterian mission- ary society meets The Missionary Society of the Presbyterian Church met on Mon- day afternoon for the regular weekly meeting. i A song "Marching Through Zion" opened the meeting. A devotional taken from 2nd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 September 1939

SaS&K' ■ all SEitf ' i ■■ • MOT PAGE FOUR THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE) Friday, September 22, 1939 Bring\nAiuj Old Lamp. for An "1LOWANCE o Apglygn Purchase Aladdiii (l"'Mantle Lamp Hmy'AfouA tkeTune! Aladdin Table lomp at Isft.v. Ith- OU Shade, In Choir o of ipcrV- Ibg Cleur or GftM CryUol R«g. ■ "$495 .uursfoi Alftddin Table Lomp, of rffhe. with Shod* and tr^>od. In Spcrl:lir>o CWor •r Gre«n CrysloL Ng. >671 Somewhere about you're sure lo find on old discarded lamp—stored owcy In the ottlc, woodshed or In tho basement. Dig tt out, wrap b up and bring Yr tn — right now It's worth c V/f.:le dcilcr r^oardless of kind, condition or rec!.e, If applied cn tho ccst of any style of these crnazi.ig rev/ 1940 Aladdin Kerosene Mantle Lamps. Here's your chance fo knock- off us p:cch as 20j£ cn come stylet, and pro- viso si'.f and the whole {uiui!/ "c A'.odern Wh'to Light of hi'jh cjuc.lity t.t. '• urn;! vol i ."sncmy, and btinisli that s!cl fty'-. ■Vrrit> Icimp from ycur l.orne foreve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 29 September 1939

* PANTHERS - - BEAT Valley View! VOLUME 41 V The Saint Jo Tribune Saint Jo, Montague County, Texas Friday, September 29, 1939 9 W lyiAflATl Let's Boost The PANTHERS Friday NUMBER 18 Panthers Meet Valley View Bulldogs On Phillips Field Today Saint Jo Panthers play the first home game of the season this after- noon whan they meet the Valley View BulRiogs on the Phillips field. Aftpr the showing the boys made last Friday, fans who attended the Jacksboro game promise that our boys will put a fight of which St. Jo can well be proud. Line-up for the game will be: j Position Name no. wt. L. E. — Jake Hodge — 19 « 150 L. T. — Delbart Martin „ 24 -- 175 f L. G. — Paul Jones - - 32 - 145 f C. « Clarence Oster - 21 « 148 ; R. G. « Doc Jones - 25 -- 155 f R. T. — Edward Dunn .. 35 - 180 [! R. E. — J. D. McClendon « 29 -- 150 1 Q. B. « Wiley Goulding -- 17 -- 130 ! F. B. — J. L. Buck - 27 -- 175 | L. H. — Raymond Smith « 34 - 150 L R. H. — Aaron Walker -- 20 - 139 Panthers Hold Jacksboro To 24-1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 29 September 1939

PACE TWO THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Friday, September 29, 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. YVOONE MeGKEGOR - - EOttae MRS. BIGE DAVIS News Reporter PRESS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE IN ADVANCE ONE YEAR IN MONTAGUE COUNTY ONE YEAR OUTSIDE OP MONTAGUE COUNTY ..$1.00 ..$1.60 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputattcn of any person, firm r corporation which may appear in the columns of this paper, will be gladly corrected upon due notice of same being given to the editor personally in the office of The Tribune. BOOST A TRADE'S DAY For Some time now, there has been enthusiastic talk among business men of the town favoring a monthly trades day in Saint Jo. Definite promises have already been made by some to the leaders of the movement, and cooperation is expected from others. Surrounding t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 6 October 1939

PANTHRES- - BEAT Henrietta! The Saint Jo Tribune v Let's Boost The PANTHERS Friday volume 41 Saint Jo, Montague County, Texas Friday, October 6, 1939 number 19 IT'S SAINT JO VS HENRIETTA HERE AT 3 P. M. TODAY Saint Jo Panthers play their first conference game here Friday after- noon at 3 p. m. with the Henrietta team* Interviews with several of the players reveal that the boys are going into the game to win. With that spirit in the boys, Saint Jo and the ^itors should witness a good game Friday. Line up for Friday's Game: Name Pos. Wt. No. ,G. Saffell B 140 14 G. Frankland E 140 15 C. Powell C 140 16 W. Goulding B 145 17 M. Martin B 138 18 M. Hodge E 155 19 A. Walker B 148 20 C. Oster C 150 21 C. Smith E 140 23 D Grigsby T 188 22 D. Bowen T 180 24 E. Jones G 155 25 C. Ice T 160 26 J. L. Buck B 175 27 J. Gallaher T 160 28 J. D. McClendon E 158 29 D. Roberts B 125 30 P. "Jones G 150 32 R.Jmith B 150 31 B. Kuykend-ll B 155 33 W. Eiennis G 1 .J 34 E. bunn T 180 35 Everybody come to the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 6 October 1939

JAGE TWO 1 ' i mm THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Saint Jo, Texas Sntered as second cltuss matter, 1888, ai the Post Office at Saint .to, Montague County, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879. DOYLE H. McGREGOR YVOONE McGREGOR Publisher Editor PRESS subscription price in advance ONEYEAR IN MONTAGUE COUNT? ONE YEAR OUTSIDE OP MONTAGUE COUNTY ..$1.00 ...$1.50 notice to the public Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation at any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of this paper, will be gladly corrected upon due notice of same being given to the editor personally In the office of The Tribune. Charter 5325 Reserve District No. 11 REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Saint Jo in the State of Texas, at the close of business on October 2, 1939. Published in response to call made by Comptroller of the Currency, under Section 5211, U. S. Revised statutes. ASSETS Loans and Dlscounis ...

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