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

. I PAGE TWO THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Friday, December 15, 1W THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY SAINT JO, TEXAS Entered a second class matter, 1898, at the Post Office at Saint Jo, Montague County, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879. Publisher Editor News Reporter DOYLE H. McGREGOR YVOONE McGREGOR JANICE WILKERSON m PRESS TEXA SUBSCRIPTION PRICE IN ADVANCE ONE-YEAR IN MONTAGUE COUNTY 1 $1.00 ONE YEAR OUTSIDE OF MONTAGUE COUNTY $1.50 NOTICE TO TIIE PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation 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. + WANT-ADS FOR SALE: Cash terms. Black- Smith Shop Tools and Building. See Owner. T. D. McGuire FOR SALE: Turkeys for Christmas dressed or alive. Call Mrs. Belle Cable. LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN One white dog—small yellow spot on ear—answers to name of...

Publication Title: Saint Jo Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 December 1939

Lday, December 15, 1939 I Christmas Values at Turner's Wind up train with (rack $ .98 g0y's footballs — .25 Marble games for the kids 25 Metal jfi' sets 25 Coast If coast bus — 1.00 Big litJle books .10 £*Mr jars .98 Mexican novelties .10 Children's dresses 25 Table lamps 2.95 Mirrors, large size — .89 Manicure sets .. 25c to $1.00 Corsages 10c and 25c Williams shaving sets .25 Electric toasters — 1.25 Flash lights 55 Men's sox 25 Boy's palo shirts .25 ,SWS ,1 25c to 98c Parka h tods 29c Kprd Xi las candy 20c lb Statione -y 25c box New noyelty jewelry 10c and 25c Pop corn poppers 25 1 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PAGE THUtt Air Rifles 1.00 TURNER'S Variety Store Turn To TURNER'S and SAVE Saint Jo, Texas Notes From the County Agent By A. S. ELLIOTT ' Committee Elections de?e°MtesUntoy thcominitteen\en and the County Conven- an ewtin Mle°ied by farmers in 1938 Th« ■ December 18, delegates to the County ?™on WU1 elect the County ?Tt e«: Elections will be held at the following places. Mallard, ...

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

• T Snter (lonti (DO VI ryvo JANl ONI ONI of a thi3 to t PAGE FOUR THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Friday, December 15, 1939 Our Store Will be Open Evenings from December 18th Until Chirstmcn Practical HIM GIVE HIM NECKTIES Tradition, yes. .A fine tie is to Chirstmas what ham is to eggs. He will feel lost unless he has at least one as a gift He will like our new patterns Priced from 19c to 98c You get right down to the bottom of things when you give a gift like this. And, don't think he doesn't like to get shirts and shorts. Especially these. Fine broadcloth shorts and washable cotton tops. ..A real gift Give UNDERWEAR ji_ru-u-LrLrB~iriri- &XM>£pI CANDIES The gift that every woman loves. A box of candy is the perfect answer to your gift problems for mother, wife, sister, and Aunt Sue. 25c and $1.25 TRAVELING SETS The most practical gift you can give him and one that he will use every day 49c and 98c BOXED GIFT HANDKERCHIEFS a box iniifinrnr GIFT HOSE Beautiful gift hose— always a very-,...

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

tx mmmmwaammmtxaato Special Section The Saint Jo Tribune XKlHWWMWWaW!«*?«« «WHWWMWT Special Section 'OLUME 41 Saint Jo, Montague County, Texas Friday, December 22, 1939 a ct :o: o :o; ;o ;o o: o o a o « o. o o s «■ w o c: NUMBER 3ft ".lectric Company Makes Work Easier * * * * i|I * $ * * # * # # * * * * * * * * * * * * * * ♦ * :fe xjc J|£ aint Jo History Shows Colorful Life of Progress r. JO RECEIVES iMPLE SERVICE AT REASONABLE RATES OIL PRODUCTION HAS BROUGHT IN MUCH WEATLH etiodical Improvements ;and New Equipment Assure Adequacy of Service for Many Years to come In sharplyretched contrast to ioneer days, when flickering fire- ight or smokey oil lamps were the mly means of illumination and all >f the monotonous work of keeping ioi>e had to be done laboriously jy hand, the modern Saint Jo iomeinaker merely flicks a switch for sight-saving light, dependable refrigeration, effortless washing and | Ironing, music by radio, sootless Dokery and many other conveni- ences. The elect...

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

J! TI1L SAINT JO TRIBUNE FIRS1 WHITE BOY 61 WW tQlS EARLY MK EXPERIENCES by the late G. W. Cox FIRST COUNTY OFFICERS 1858 Dr. N. EE. O. Polly, County Judge Willis Lavender, Sheriff Marion Hagler, County Clerk Issae Burnett, County Treasurer; <held till close of war) County Commissioners were, Au- stin Morris. A. S. Singleton, and one Mr. Edwards, and one other whose name I car. not learn. 18G0 J. T. Guinn. County Judge. William Brumley, Sheriff William Fanning, County Clerk J. EE. Cox, District Clerk Levi Perryman was elected Sher- iff in 1378 and served until 1876. At that time the Sheriff was also Tax Collector: W. C. Turner was office deputy W. A. Morris was office deputy from 1878 to 1880. E cannot tell all of the happenings, for 1 have forgotten many things; neither can I give a connected ac- count in ehronolcgeal order. I will write occurences as I can think of them. To get connection it will be neces- sary lor me to give a little personal history. I was born in Collin Coun...

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

\ S. THE SAINT JOT TRIBUNE FUNERAL HOME OPERATED BY 2nd OF NilJVEE Eber N Dunnbur. ownfcr and manager til the undcrtakinij and instir;. ncc business bearing his mime is contimiinK in the foot- ;lci' <>f h;> father who established the busineess and maintaining the same Inch type of ethics inaugur- ated by the founder. Ml Dunbar was practically raised in the business and following his u'laduatioii Iroin the Dallas School of Embalming he was connected with the On Funeral Hume in Ferris. Texas, until the illness of I his lather brought him back to St •)o m IFollowing the death of his father he took o\ er the bus-1 ill ess and lias conducted -ince, foil ■ if bli: meJ al proet-d onic lodfje. WiSidmen of the World, Jo, is a member of the Masonic had come to Saint Jo in 1889, had 11910. In 1921 he again went into that National Funeral Directors Associ-1 Lodtfe and both he and Mrs. Wood five gallons shipped to him at Saint | line of business and has been in Jo. ation. City Secretary...

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

THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE V PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY SAINT JO, TEXAS ■second class matter, 1898, at the Post Office at Saint Jo, bounty. Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879. McGKEGOR McGREOOR WILKERSON Publisher Editor News Reporter TEXA PRESS $1.00 $1.50 SUBSCRIPTION PRICE IN ADVANCE ONE-YEAR IN MONTAGUE COUNTY ONE YEAR OUTSIDE OF MONTAGUE COUNTY 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 this paper, will be gladly corrected upon due notice of same being given to the editor personally in the office of the Tribune. MOSMAN SELLS 50 NEW CARS SINCE OPENING Exactly one year old this month, the Saint Jo Motor Company, start- id by John Mosman last December to distribute Chevrolet automobiles fflJd trucks through the Saint Jo territory, has enjoyed an almost record business with over 50 new 'ars sold during the past year. Mr. Mosman has been in the auto- mobile busi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 December 1939

CITY SAINT Through honest, co-operative efforts, we the people of St. Jo, are beginning to effect the realization of the vision held by « the sturdy pioneers who came to carve an empire out of the wilderness. As part of the work already done, we cite: 1. 43 Blocks of Paved Streets and Paved Square 2. An Excellent School System and Sufficiently Lighted School Plant Municipally owned, self liquidating. Water Works and Sewer System with one of the Lowest Insurance Rates in Texas Bountiful Supply of Healthy, Wholesome Water Five Religious Denominations Represented Paved Highways to Nearby Cities One of Most Healthful Spots in Texas Due to High Altitude 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. CRYSTAL ICE CREAM SOLD THRU REDMAN Crystal Ice Cream just naturally gravitates to the more up-to-date dealers in each locality and when Rodman Brothers Drug Store start- ed selling that cream it was no violation of that general rule as they have one of the most modern places of business in Saint Jo. The Redman brothers, P. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 December 1939

ATTAN THE SAINT JO . Kuehn Has Sold First Suits * To Saint Jo Men QUALITY GOODS AND FRIENDLY ATMOS- PHERE BUILT BUS- INESS SINCE 1901 If some one were to attempt to select some merchant to be given the title of "official clothier for Saint Jo men," Leo M. Kuehn, owner and proprietor of the Man- hattan Clothiers in Gainesville, would be one of te strongest con- tenders for that honor as he is now starting to supply the first suits to the second generation of Saint Jo. It was in 1901 that Mr. Kuehn first started his clothing business in the same location which he now occupies, on the square. At that time he had a very small stock of merchandise but even then he be- lieve that quality counted more than quantity and his adherance to that rule has been one of the principal reasons for his success. Today Mr. Kuhen has a store in which practically every article of wearing apparel for men and boys from 12 years of age and up is sold and the' quality of his mer- chandise, the reasonable pric...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 December 1939

' J •■« • ' V **fc. e. i • V A' THE JO TRIBUNE Illinois Bend Community Is Settlement Dates Back To Days When Indians Roamed River Bottom 2 of the Most Progressiv CAP'S CORNER SHOWS MUCH PROGRESS IN RECENT YEARS i No Delinquent Taxes and w WPA Workers; Most 'roductive Section Needs Roads bout 1854 we have record of the it white settlers in this commun of Illinois Bend. Prior to this date, ar.d some years, the Indians were here in great numbers roam- ing the river bottoms, killing and molesting the white people. Forts were built along the river flats for the protection and the ruins of some of these oil forts may still be found today. In recent years an Indian cemetery has been explored and well preserved skulls, teeth and other bones have been underthed for scientific study. These bones belonged to people of all ages and both sexe.i and have proved of in- estimable value in the ethnological student. Many thousands of arrow- heads have also been picked up near the ricky river bluff. A...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 December 1939

•JL £ Ad «MLg 1 J THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE •i eler gives jw services to saint jo in W. C (Bill) Wheeler, Jr., >d his new magnolia Service ,on in Saint Jo orf the Highway ember 25, of this year he to- uted a new era for Saint Jo jtorists. With the latest and most modern quipment for giving the best of service, "Bill" Wheeler is able to offer to the Saint Jo automobile owner a service which will guara- ntee that owner a greasing job on his car which will be strictly ac- cording to the Magnolia Disc Chart. This chart prescribes the correct grease and lubrication for each joint, bearing and wearing sur- face of your car, according to the specifications of the Society of Automotive . Mr. Wheeler graduated from the Nocona High School in 1937 and attended college in Denton for two and half years and has had six years of practical experience in service station work before open- ing this newest and most modern service station in Saint Jo. It is his intention and ambition to give to the people...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 January 1941

hrim 5 *•. mtaaa J Notes From the County Agent by Arvlle Elliott Farm Income Up The prices for dairy and poultry rose the last few months of last year, while hogs decreased slightly, and calves remained about the same. As a whole, farm prices were up slightly from last year. Texas farm crops had a value of more than $367,000,000 or an increase of about 15 percent over 1939. Most crops produced more last year than in 1939. Prices for some crops were lower, but the larger production made the total income somewhat higher. Cotton still accounted for nearly one half of the farm value of crops. Truck crops brought about 15 percent more in the state as a whole than the previous year. * * * Outlook Good for Hogs The immediate outlook is favor- able for an expansion in hogs for this spring and all next year. The Texas pig crop in the fall of 1940 was 25 percent below the 1939 pig crop The decline in the whole United States began in the spring of 1940, continued to fall during the fall, in fa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 January 1941

SOCIETY BRING OR TELEPHONE YOUR ITEMS NO. 29 The Tribune prints reports on all social events of the community it serves. THE SAINT JO TBIBUNB, FRIDAY, JANUARY It, 1M1 STUDY CLUB NAMES MRS. KLINE HEAD OF GROUP FOR '41 SPENCER H. D. CLUB MEETS ON TUESDAY by Edna Roach Spencer Home Demonstration Mrs. D C. Kline was re-elected j club met in the home of Mrs. S. President of the Twenieth Century t. Hoffman on Tuesday afternoon, Club at the group's first meeting of; jan, 7, 1941 with 7 members and the new year, in the home of Mrs. one visitor present. W. L. Scott Wednesday. Miss | Miss Vinnie D. Michie gave a! Georgia Hoover was hostess for very interesting demonstration on the meeting. "Breeds of Poultry." Other officers elected were Mrs. a delicious refreshment plate C. N. Turner, vice-president; Jan- was served to the following memb- J ice Wilkerson, recording secretary; ers and guests: Mesdumes C. F. Corresponding secretary. Eliza- O'Neal. Briton Slaton. Cecil Byron New Year's Wedding ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 January 1941

W>1WM This-'n'-That from Here — from THERE — from EVERYWHERE Items worthy of mention either for their wide appeal or their present importance. Mrs. Shipton's Prophecy, 400 Years Old, Reprinted mm- 4 jSjfc, / THE SABVT JO TftIB VttE, F&IDAT, JANUARY It, 1M1 The arrival of another new year makes the reproduction of Mother Shipton's early prophecy even more timely. The prophecy was written something like 400 years ago, and regardless of what the readers thinks about early, non-biblical prophecy, the fact remains that many of the predicted events and modes have already come to pass. When North shall thus divide the South, And eagle builds in lion's mouth. NTA EMPLOYEES BUILD AG. SHOP BOWIE SCHOOL NYA youth employees have helped to construct a vocational agriculture shop building at Bo- wie and 27 other buildings in var- ious cities of Texas, it has been announced from the Austin office. The youths also construct home economics cottages. The buildings are constructed under the spo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 January 1941

am* • v. ■ * '4 «■ • i ■■ <:,• J :' ; EDITORIALS THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE ' PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY — SAINT JO, TEXAS EARNEST E. HAYLEY, Editor-Publisher Entered as second class matter, 1897, at the Post Office at Saint Jo Montague County, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION PER YEAR In Montague $100 Outside County $150 Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of this paper, will be gladly correctedupon due notice of same being given to the editor personally at the Tribune, office. BANK DEPOSITS SHOW BIG INCREASE Saint Jo and the immediate sector is richer by $49,000.00, according to total deposits of the two local banks, as of the call December 31. This fact is established through bank condition reports issued at the close of business in 1940 as compared with like reports December 30, 1939. The First National and the Citizens National had deposits totaling $558,436....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 January 1941

4 5 i <1 COMINGS and GOINGS of THOSE YOU KNOW Your help in reporting these items will make the TRIBUNE the kind of paper you like . . . Telephone 29 , v'A THE SAINT JO T1IBUNI, TODAY, jTANTAllY If, 1H1 A. L. Burns and family of Hous-1 ton, W. R. Burns, of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hudspeth of Arling- ton, visited with relatives, W. F. Burns, and Mr. and Mrs. Ulis Burns over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Franklin of Hedley, Texas, spent two weeks here at the bedside of her mother, Mrs. Fannie Franklin, who has been ill for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Jodie Johnson of Bellevue, spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Ware. Mr. and Mrs. Kent Bellah have had as their guest the latters father, Bruce Stewart of Hedley, this week. Eileen Mitchell returned Saturday to Washington, D. C. after spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs Aston Buck and two sons, Paul and Johnnie, of Ada, Oklahoma, visited relatives and friends here over the week-end. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 January 1941

i ' .H* Vs yi ' ' 'i:. V '• - v'^K ^ .'i ■. _ i^-^v \ • -v ' * * „••■. 4 . -•>■:•• Mr ' A1% - —— ——11 I ■ '* ' • * > . General News NOTES of INTEREST to MOST CITY and RURAL HOMES The Tribunes publishes brief reports of timely importance to its farm readers. WICHITA FALLS PAPERS PRINT PICTURES A DAT If you haven't noticed it, Saint Jo and Montague county has re- ceived a world of deserved publi- city during the twelve months just passed, thanks to Kent Belah's camera and the Wichita Times and Record-News. The Wichita papers have pub- lished enough photographs of people from this area to average "a person a day" during 1940, ac- cording to records of the local photographer. The publications have told the world that Montague county has Civic minded citizens, fast flowing oil wells, good football teams, scores of new homes, a deer rop- ing sheriff and other news items, features and oddities ... in pictures Illinois Bend News by Mrs. Milton Buck \An/ <WVVVVYVVV*l* Mr. and Mrs. B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 January 1941

> - -. - t MM \ J Bits o' Nothing By E. E. H. Thoughts of what may lie ahead Makes us shiver in our bed; We're not very easy to alarm Just by shadows on the oarn, —But, darn these frightful times, We've got things on our mind! * * * We are not the only Democrat who sees things in a non-Democrat light, as well as our own. In fact, we are not so strong in party belief. We believe either of the two major parties can be right, can be capable in directing this country's progress without danger of downfall The United States has grown in strength power and wealth under the leader- ship of these two parties. It can continue to do so, as long as the people rule. The thing we are wondering about is how much longer ca.i people rule? * * * There are lots of things about the New Deal in which we are not in full accord. These programs have gotten results, yes. But, the cost, in most cases, has been our own freedom. The farmer can no long- er conduct his own business, can no longer plant the se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 January 1941

V 'i'jjtf *r f «-, JR* ' ' i'i fe" '<? THE SAIVTIO TRIBUNE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY — SAINT JO, TEXAS EARNEST E. IIAYLEY, Editor-Publisher Entered as second class matter, 1897, ,at the Post Office at Saint Jo Montague County, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION PER YEAR In Montague $100 Outside County —- $1-50 PRESS TEXA ON ■ Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in tl e columns of this paper, will be gladly correctedupon due notice of same being given to the editor personally at the Tribune, office. THE SAINT IO TI'IBUNK. FRIDAY, JANUARY B, INI Personals of Years Ago From the Saint Jo Tribune of Jan. 21, 1918 POLL TAX FAVORED Joe Belden's Texas Surveys of Public Opinion reports that 59 per cent of the people of the State are opposed to abolishing the poll tax qualification for voting. This cir- cumstance should provide food for thought to the Texas Presidential electors of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 January 1941

19 fcr iJKK, OT T USmS ,, .Ssk — - *-«J - f i > « X:' BlBM—I SOCIETY ■ BRING OR TELEPHONE YOUR ITEMS NO. 29 The Tribune prints reports on all social events of the community it serves. 'ii , •' u . . ' • ' Resort Velveteen TO SAINT JO TRIIJDNE, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1M11 ILLINOIS BEND 4-H CLUB MEETING HELD FRIDAY A study of various types of chickens, both for eating and laying, featured the meeting of the Illinois Bend 4-H club Friday afternoon Miss Vinnie_ Dee Michie county home demonstration agent was pre- sent for the meeting. The club also discussed personal appearence and the sponsor ex- plained proper ways of drying silks. There were ten present: Zella Jackson, Erma Jean Hall, Millie Kay Vantine, Myrtle Hoover, Jewell Agee, Evalyn Moore, Louise Frank- lin, Wilda Dennis, Lois Hutchinson and Mrs. C. C. Ware. GIRL SCOUTS MEET Various members of the local iroop of Girl Scouts finished their lests at the regular meeting of the group Wednesday. Roy Galbrith and Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Dr...

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