The Seminole County News (Seminole, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 52, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 15, 1923 Page: 4 of 8
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SEMINOLE COUNTY NEWS
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I BUY YOUR
Seminole County Mnws1 ^n,,cll,,a’Chureh
Our Revival begins the 26th. Rev
i>m- Dpilar per year
In advance. _____________
e— ------- jof God he is nowtn a revival at Okal-
ZctesaA hi Die Post Office Seminole, j hom4 cjty fome we will make room
(>, V/w*a as second class mail matter. you „„ |(.n>, as there is room.
_ - -j J. I* Pinkston,Paster.
J. W. Hoffman, liditor. i __-■-
Our Revival begins the 26th. Rev. |iave jUJt bought a tremendous
Segalakey the converted Russ'an j 9toctr of Army Munson last shoeiyto be
Pont fail to hear this wonderful man ... tl,„ ,,,,1. ^ Hired Price $2.75,
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Advertising Rates Methodist Church
t •wswfKti.Vlv, 25c per issue __. . .
Pastil a, Adv 20c per inch]
onUet 6c per line The rain and sickness cut the church
work last Sunday down from unsual
HiHtwiety 5r reflections on the stand- attendance,
ing of MV person, firm, official, or j These thing can't be help however
Borporalovi will, upon being broughtwe win be guj when condition wil
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sold to the public direct Price $2 75, q
These shoe are 100 percent solid leather
with heavy double -oles sewed and ^
nailed, The upper are of heravy tan
:hrome leather with bellows tongue, j ^
thereby making them waterproof. 1 here i Q
shoes areselling very fast and we advise j gj,
youto0rder at once to insure your t (5}
order being filled. ! «
The sizes are 6 to 11 all widths, Pay i ^
Ootta- atti-ntiwi of the Editor, and
pronl o4 sum furniohed by reliable norrnai.
pinriiiv. he corrected promply and the
C'irTKtwciH given tb * widest publicity
change so work will come back to
Postman on receipt of goods or send
money order. Money refunded if shot-
re not satisfactory.
THE U S. STORE CO..
1441 Broadway. New York City'
CHURCH fiF CHRIST
We wish to cross out the program
which we had planned for last Sunday.
Preaching 11:00 A M
Subject oneness of the church or christ-
ions Can it become?
Solo Mr Se«ar
Preaching 7:30 p,M.
Subject The sin that will not be forgiven
Single-comb Rhode Island Red
That are Red
Egges for hatching. A few Friers
and Cockerels for sale.
\V. M DAVIS
Come visit my RED yards.
The wktject for next Sunday morning
Mritt W “ Sabbath or I.ord s day. -1UUJ,"'V „ . . , ,
p Sumtav »*' Sabbath. What shall sinning against the Holy Ghost.
we tin MiSumVv *nd why? Those who did nothear Dr Mumpower
»growing n all our services1 atchurch Monday evening missed some
You me invited to bn present. Youwill thing as he gave much information
mtsa »m*-thiiiK you need if y°u
tuHrt Swiday’s sermon
Scripture Reading Coif ray Maghue.
Tail. fci,v«roninent Miss Rushing.
r||..c. Beulah Biysnt.
J»ne4 R“th Davis Bun**e Tallin.-
•JW!i «> » Krtfecha. rterZona Garrison-
f^T Wlnt »emn accomplish in the
¥tn«people meet : Claudiei.arrison
fiele. Ev igelist.
on the way and custom ol Atrica.
Dr. Mumpower had spc-nt 8 years
B, L. WILLIAMS, Pastor.
Ptr S»leSi*T»r ’ ce-Wynadotte
jl 00 per si ting
100 acres of land 3 miles east o
Seminole owned by W. M • and Ida
W-Uians. Title is good and little
lane on place. This place wMl be
very easly handle by anyone who
would wantto invest. One mi’e
north of Mountain View- GO acres
1 in culdivaMon, the remander in
HAY FOR SALF
Prarrie Millet Cane Pea
Baled Oats at theFeed Store
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666 quickly relieves Colds
LaGrippe, Contipation, Bilious- ^
ness and Headaches.
and j 0
Cheap rate.of interest money i
ready soon aH you show a^good ,
title. See us for Business.
Johnston & Chastain
BEST VALUES - LONGEST WEAR
]. L. HULL & OO.
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New Lot of Feed GrounedFine
at the Feed Store
0 c, i Oklahoma
0 Seminole, ^
0 » @
(Big P ^finder Bred)
tW « food a, tred pi- -, « lfc« i» to ■!» F*. each
$16.50 (with Pafers)
I Will sell at my farm 1 1-2 North and 3 miles East oi
1 (-2 Wiles Horth of SeminaSe
Muke your clothes wear lcrg<r casing
yn: w ork done at Ee
PEOPLES CLEANING SHOP
In rear of Furlow building
All work Guaranteed
Dependable Spark plugs
Bubling enthusiasm prccla.rrs U'.nn
tho ‘'Greatest breed of swire orrearth
and concrete facts conserning them adds
impetus to their ever growing popularity
The merits of the breeds of swine are
not ignored or flippantly considered, but
observation reaserch, and experience
le i It u3 to believe that ‘Spotted Polands
approach more nearly the standard em-
bodying the universally excepted ideali-
ty in swine that does any other. The\
are prolific, profitable, pork producers.
There will be bred sows, bred gilts,
open guilts fall pigs, and boars ready for
service. There will be 5 guilts and 1
boars sired by “Y’s Royal Prince the
6th” the $16,000.00 boar.
You wil never again have the oppor-
tunity of attending a sale of, “Puie
Bred Spots,” that will sell as cheap.
-r r C 1 • All sums of $10-00 and under cash; over $10,00. a credit of luterest^from
Terms of Sale. bv purchaser giving note with approved securities, bearing 10 per
date; 5 percent discount' for cash. No H ga to be removed by purchaser tfotil terms of sale are complied with
C. W. Johnston
M. L. Rascoe
C.J. PERRY, owner.
W. E. Harber
Sor Poro -ora
Lunch io he served by the Methodist Ladies Aid.
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Hoffman, J. W. The Seminole County News (Seminole, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 52, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 15, 1923, newspaper, March 15, 1923; Seminole, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc859556/m1/4/: accessed October 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.