The Seminole County News (Seminole, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 49, Ed. 1 Friday, January 28, 1910 Page: 1 of 10
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Vol. 3, No. 49
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The Seminole County N
Seminole, Seminole County, Oklahoma, Friday, January 28 1910
A Business Luxury
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A checking Account is indeed a buisness necessity;
and he who tries to get along without one is at great
It is not necessary that a person should have a
large bulk of business in order to open an account.
Professional men, farmers and some women, are
running Checking Account. If you have never done
business in this way or are not familair with the plan
come to us and we will get you started.
First State Bank
W. F. Bunyard.
The News desires to cull your
attention to the announcement
of W. F. Bunyard. of Wewoka,
as a candidate for the Democratic
nomination for the office of Sher-
iff of Seminole county, at the
primary on August 2nd. Mr.
Bunyard is at present county
commissioner from the Wewoka
district, and has made an envi-
able record in that office. He is
a man of good sound judgment,
and no doubt would make an
efficient high sheriff of our
Mr. Bunyard is a native Mis-
siseippian, and has been in this
county for six years. He has
been a successful farmer. He is
gentleman of good moral habits
with a good solid jundrnent on
all public questions. His final
decision of entering the race for
sheriff has been brought about
through the influence of his
friends throughout the county,
and now he solicits your investi-
gation of his record and his fit-
for the office.
H. W Hoffnum, Publisher
IF ITS JN THE
SEMINOLE DRUG COMPANY
Per W. E. Grisso
Our Depositors are protected by the Depositors Guir-
anty Fund of the State of Oklahoma
J. C. Lillard
The Bank of
Solicits Your Business
Money to Loan at Reasona-
ble rates on good security.
Our deposits are guaranteed
by the Depositor’ Guaranty
Fund of the State of Okla.
By a comparison of the display
advertising of the papers of Sem-
Swallowed a Button.
The little 9-year-old daughter
of Hon. J. B. Chastain, of north
of the city, swallowed a large
button while at school playing
on Monday of this week. Dr.
Black, of Little, was immedi-
ately called, but soon decided
that he oould not remove it as it
was too low in the throat. He
advised Mr. Chastain to take her
to Shawnee, and that he would
accompany and assist in remov-
ing it. Upon reaching Shawnee
Drs. Spriggs, Walker and Hughs
WCrfl PflllpH in nAnmUrn.:___ •.t
"omci »I1U nugns
““'C1 oi me papers of Sem- were called in consultation with
mole county for last week’s issue, Dr- Black, and after using the
we find that the News is leading x_ray they located the button,
all papers in advertising patron- Several attempts were made to
age. Eollowing is the compari- remove it, but wore unsuccess-
son of paid display advertising; ful- Finally the physicians de-1
inches cided that it would be better to
Konawtechi«M' "a.........221 her t0 the hofpitaI and ma^
Konawa Chief-Leader.......137 an operation the following morn I
Wewoxa Capiti!............. 85 ing. This Mr. Chastain, as well
.......... 48 as Dr. Black did not approve of, |
Ihus it can be seen that this and finally another attempt was!
paper is holding its own with the made which was successful. The
rnn!Tr P8Pe/3 °f-<he county- little ®irl was soon in condition
Good live advertising is what it to return home.
takes to make a town and that is -__ ----.
1 0 getting into our new building we are offering
our entire stock of up-to-date goods at very low
prices. Not a hair-raising, cut-throat sale, but a
modest reduction in prices that we believe you
We know our goods will give satisfaction, and
we know we can save you money. Our shelves
have just been filled with new and tasty goods
and we invite your inspection.
D. A. Marlow is now ready for
your patronage in the new and
second hand line. He lias a large
stock open and is doing a good
business. If you want some of
those unheard of bargains you’ll
have to hurry.
If its a bargain in furniture
you want see Killingsworth.
We have a number of Guaran-
teed Remedies, try one of them
Oyster Supper IC'CICCUUI1- Mr. fowler, like ___
StSrt Dr. MCe, „1 wa3 in
their hall on Thursday night lion" ^ proP°sF the Cltv the first of the week in
Febuary 3rd Everybody inviSd rhT/ n 1 1 T ,be rememberpd company with G. P. Carr, a con-
50 cents a couple " 2K h,e had alon* list of old tractor and builder who was
' federal cases transferred to him, making an estimate on the erec-
and in the face of this condition, tion of a 25x100 foot stone build-
Will sell $35.00 sewing machine Ito.tak* tbe rains of the office j in* The doctor says that noth-
r $18.50. single-handed and with all kinds in8 will keep Seminole from
Will sell w’all tpnfs nn 0 cases coming in. Later on, growing to a good sizj city, and
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for $18.50. . —....... _ ......„ irom
Will sell wall tents on weekly u C3SeS c°ming in- Later on, growing to a good sizj city, and
payment good 10 & 12 oz duck "0Wever’ he was Provided with that he will build on his lot at
any size tents desired on weekly an ass!stant and n°w has the once.
payment. | cou"ty s legal affairs in a good
payment. 1 -------- “■ <• guuu
I will sell you a nice dresser If he enters the race
iron bed, bed room suit, $1.00 18 hl®. Intentl«n of stumping
cash down and 50c psr week till ” j entlre county, and let each
paid. T. M. Stevens u every Voter’ understan 1 fn
the shimn inc-f ...L.i i • ^
MissNeoma Dooley, of Okmul-
gee Okla, and Miss Effie Snyder,
of Central Mexico were here the
first of the week, visiting Miss
D. A. MARLOW’S •
New Second Hand Store
Is Now Open for Bargains in
Furniture, Stoves, Tinware and Queensware
nr olrwnr.4- -___11 •
nr almost anything you want
Buy, Sell or Exchange With You.
Auction Sale Every Saturday
Come in today; don’t delay. Next door to
__ oeminole Trading Company
iry one or them
Seminole Drug C !Pa’d- T. M. Stevens.1 IT' ' ^ ,MICI’ uimersrana from
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IT WILL PAY YOU
I T|f'ilUf0’- omoeo , sheriff,
the city last SatSy Ll w.'ek” make the ra“
his friends here as hie g T ? and hlS announcement will
hCre as t0 his pos-j be found in another column.
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Hoffman, H. W. The Seminole County News (Seminole, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 49, Ed. 1 Friday, January 28, 1910, newspaper, January 28, 1910; Seminole, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc859635/m1/1/: accessed November 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.