Seminole County News (Seminole, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 12, 1922 Page: 1 of 8
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Seminole, Seminole County, Okla., Oct. 12 1922J2
Is no bar to a savings account in this Bank.
Open yout own account NOW*
The young you start
Many young people hes-
itate to open an account
because they have but
a few dallars at hand.
the sooner you will
To all such we would
have a competence.
say; Do not wait. Start
The sooner you amass
now, even if you have
only a dollar. Some of
a competece the more
our most successful men
years you will have left
started with no more.
to enjoy it-
This bank edtends this
to the YOUNG PEOPLE
of this community.
The opening of a savings
account is the first step
toward a successful
1111^yfg| Carriers Exsini*
nation To Be Held.
W&ir.> - id
- Sturdy and Staunch
and unwavering -
- Faithful in its
service to you - \
- This bank stands
as a monument to
Strength and Safety;
a deep-rooted, perma-
nent part of the
- And the service it
affords is as staunch
and unswerving as
the bank itself.
w. E. Harber, Pres.
D. A Killingsworth Cashier
1 Your Lumber
| As Carefully
| As You
♦ Would Select
| A New
| The appear-
| ance will be
g in proportion.
This yard affords
you every facility
making the RIGHT
selections in lumber
and all other build-
Ask us for an
estimate on the
complete cost of
the materials that
will go into your
Estimates are free
The United States Civil Service Co-
mmission has announced an examian-
tion to be held at Seminole Oklahoma
on November 10th to fi'l the position of
rural carrier at sylvian Okla and vac-
ancies that may later occur on rural
routes from that post office The salry
of a rural carrier on a standard daily
wagon route of 24 miles is $1,800 per
annum, with an additional $30 per mile
per annum for each mile [or major
fraction thereof in of 24 miles The
salry of motor routes range from $2450
to 2.690 per annum, according to
length Seperateexamination for motor
routes and wagon routes are no longer
held Appointements to both positions
will be made from the register
The Examination will be open
only to Citizsns who are actually
domiciled in the territory of the
post office where the vacancs
and who meet the other requirements
set forth in form 1977. Both men and
women, if qualified, may enter this
examination, but appointing officers
have the legal right to specify the sex
desired in requesting certification of
The Seminole High School added an-
other victory to their Mighty Football
Team last Friday, when she played
Weleetka. The score was 38 to 3 the
same as it was last year. The team
stood an awfull blow, as they had to be
dressed all afternoon. The defencive
team was due on the 8;95 train* and it
didnt arrive until about 5:00 that even-
ing, that making the team restless and
The defencive team made an aweful
blow the first five minutes of thegame
as they made a rush through our line
for a kick at the goal, that making the
boys get busy, therefore not letting
them score any more.
Be a booster at the game next Fri-
day and see it as it will be a good one.
Here is how Seminole standsso far;
Seminole looses one game, wins three,
Total of points, 110 and only 30 points
Co. L. Notes
The time for beginuing drill has be-
en changed from 7:30 to 7:00 Tuesday
The following men have recently been
promoted, Sgt. Magte to 1st. Sgt.
Cpl, Loraigne Smith to Sgt. 1st class
pvt. Bill Goodin to Cpl. 1st class I’vfc
Lowell Brown Copl. Pvt. Henry Ma-
thes to 1st class Pvt. Pvt. Joe Chastain
to 1st dlass pvt. Pvt Luther Morgan to
Sargent Bert Eppler has returned
from the National rifle shoot. He gave
the company a splindid talk on his trip
Tuesday night. Steps are being taken
to b ild a range so that Company L,
will have a real rifle team at camp
The following schedule will be fol
lowed out next Tuesday night.
Roil call 7:00 P. M.
Close order drill
Competive drill in manual
Lection on care of rifle
L. O. Hammons,
Mondav afternoon the Mekus
ukey Indian Academy football
team took it on themselvia to
come to town and show the
Seminole scrub team how to plap
They were defeated however
by the fast little team that has
abackfield foru hornesaed thun-
der bolts; Maso.n Furlow and
Mason’s fast end runs netted
the home team a score c^f 13 to 6
26,000 New Oil Wells Yearly
An average of about 26,000 new oil
wells have been drilled during each ot
the last six years in order to obtain a
sufficient supply of cruid to satisfy the
constantly growing demand for oil, ac-
cording to the American Petroleum
Institute, Of the 26,000 wells, 7,500
were “gassers” or dry holes.
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SEMINOLE LUMBER COMPANY |
Seminole Oklahoma $sj
We were glad to be back in our church
last Sunday, after being out for a few
Sundays in Revival work. We also ap-
preciate the attendance.
Sunday School and League were,
good, having new ones to join each
Sunday. The people of the town are
welcome, for we will try to make it
Next Sunday we will have Sunday
School at 9:45 A, M. No service at 11:00
A. M. a» the pastor will preach at Jarvis
Preaching at 7:30 P. M. Subject - -
God in Life Plans. Come Young People.
Solo: - • Miss Nellie Sokaeh.
NORMAN, Oct, 12. (Special) —
Robert Chase, -eminol®, was listed
among the 80 selected for the Univer-
sity of Oklahona Mens GleeClub squad
after more than ten days of tryouts
since the opening of School. From this
squad of eighty will be selected the so-
on^- qnartet & smaller chorus to make
the various trips throughout the state
during the year. This squad will be cut
down after the instructors have
had an opertunity to ascetain the qua-
lities of the various voices.
A bunch of keys Monday of
this week finder pease return to
C- B. Smith at Public Drug Co
and receive liberal reward.
Frank Knappenberger, V. P.
Open A Saving Account
With This Bank
PENDERS ARE SELDOM SAVERS
As long as it is in your pocket
there is a temptation to spend
When deposited to your crldit
in a saving account there is a
desire to keep it.
Oped a saving or checking
account to-day with us, it is
the road to happiness.
SEMINOLE STATE BANK
“The Home 01 Personal Service”
R. H. Chase, President
V. V. Criswell, Cashier
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WIDE OP NARROW TIRED
AT LESS THAN WHOLESALE
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Hoffman, J. W. Seminole County News (Seminole, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 12, 1922, newspaper, October 12, 1922; Seminole, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc859358/m1/1/: accessed March 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.