Seminole County News (Seminole, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 10, 1923 Page: 4 of 8
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Last Sunday Brought Out the JeiSey Beans, Like The Sunshine
Dependable Spark Plugs
WILL START YOU ON THE
WAY TO FORD OWNERSHIP
Reckognizing the universal desire for motor car cwr.eiship, v>c have
given our co-operation to the New Ford Weekly purchase plan.
Here is your opportunity to become the owner of an automobile in
a simple yet practicle way which will enable you to pay for the
car out of your earnings. Your weekly payments deposited with
us will draw interest.
If you would like to own an automobile start today, and belore
you realize it you will be driving your own car, enjoying all the-
advantages of motor transportation.
Ask full particulars or go'to your nearest F ord Dealer.
Brings Gut The Prairie
Dogs After A Shower.
Last Sunday was a typelical day for
the Jelly Biatis arid Flappers, there
was not a cloud in the sky the sun
shining bright, it wrs a fine day for
the prearie dogs that rome on the paries
you may picture in your minds a great
vast prairie not a tree to be found the
only thing visible ir a few cattle gruz
ing and the thousand of Prairie dog
mounds with a dog on top taking in the
nice warm sunshine, the first of the
season. This picture reminds me of
last Sunday, the sun was shining bright
all that could be seen far and near were
cars filliug the high ways and the ice
cream parlors full, picture now in your
mind, what that looks like, to add a
little more taste to the scene we add
the Jelley beans with their Flat Hats
and Bell Botton Pants* as shoffers, and
the flarper withherearringsand rouge
to let, in the parlors a loudehattera of
▼oices so many thal you cant hearyour
self, we take a peep back to find out
what the matter, behold its the Jelley
Bean and flapper that rolls her own, it
locked pitifull as tne\[pass, out for-the
Bell botton Pants was Catching sand
off the floor, we thought it over and
decided that he got in them wrong that
morning. At dark about 12, thatnight
they retired awaiting for another good
day like last Sunday.
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BEST VALUES - LONGEST WEAR
I. L. HULL & CO.
Our clothes are
good clothes be-
cause they are
They fit better be-
cause they are
Made For You
because you get the
Style and Quality
and a guarantee of
full satisfaction or
Your Money Back!
People} 0 si ting Shop
Authorized Dealer for
Popular Price Tailoring Co.
We feal better when we do our duty,
so there are a number who are feeling
goid this week, because they attended
Sunday school and church last Sunday
We are look i ig fur two ht n ired people
nextSunday. Won't you help?
Next Sunday: Wearegoing to make
this big, and the best day yet. Come
Mothers day, we want the mother
out, not only that, but will send cars
The 11: O,clock hour will be given
honor of Mothers day, old time songs
will be used.
Preaching 8; P. M. “The Ilearo Among
Men'', Special fer youngmer, and wotneh
We welnome you to take part with
us,we ^i:l try to make it home foryou
S mg Service
Mr. Me Cum ter
Continued from page l
credit sj stem. 8 laws were passed in
the interest of the tarmer in the ninth
legislature, The Antidiscrimination
law. The market commission law.
The State Warehouse law. TheJCottcn
gin Inspection law. The grain grading
law the cotton grading law and the
amendments to the 1917 Co-operative
law and the Amendments to the 1919
Co-operative law. These laws cover
practically every featured Co-operat-
ive marketing. Put these laws will
not help the farmer t r the business
man unless they are taken advantage
EVERY ClfiZEN SHGULD HELP
God3 ownership of all thing Leader
reference r.ateriai: oeut x.14.
Ability as a trust from God Jim Chas-
Reference i.aterail deuit x 17,18.
Ihq : r ments of Steward Mary Born
Reference naseriaj Car lv, 1-5
Praportonal giving Mr- Kitchi ns Ber-
enice naterial Car.xvl 2
Vocal So'o Miss Faye Livingston
Church of Christ
There wiil be preaching at Church
of Christ, Saturday night with regular
Leo I’, Mansfield,
WAS NEVER BORN
N« Reason Why Fight on Civic Ugli-
ness Should Be Left to an
The Anti-Ugly association Is the at-
torney for every home owner, c *ry
property owner, every person
does business In Kansas City. Every
defacement of sidewalk, street or al-
ley damages property. It tends to
make Kansas City a less desirable
plaee to live in.
A man may erect a nillllon-dollar
building, and we still permit Ids
neighbors to give him a back alley
trash can selling. A family may put
Its savings into a home, and we per-
mit the owner of a vacant lot next
door to depreciate the value of the
The Anti-Ugly association lias gone
nut to remedy tills condition. It Is
employing attorneys to help enforce
existing ordinances and to study the
situation with a view tn more protec-
tive legislation. In this it Is acting
as the agent for the average citizen.
The limn who hears about the work
says, "That's lino.” If he meets n
member of the organization lie slaps
him on the back and calls ldm bully
boy. But- kind words pay no bills.
It is no more the job of the mem-
bers of the Anti-Ugly association to
do this work than it is of any other
citizen.—Kansas City Star.
Getting After the Careless Citizen.
The farmer is held liable for dam-
age If he builds a flee and permits tt
to spread to his neighbor’s land; rail-
road companies have been held liable
for damage done by tlie tire spread-
ing from their rights of way. Why
not extend this liability to tlie man
with a basement full of rubbish, n de-
fective chimney or other known fire
hazard, which results in tire and in-
jury to Ids neighbor? Why not com-
pel him to reimburse the clty4 for the
expense of putting out tho fire caused
by Ids carelessness? Pennsylvania
has such a law. A number of cities
provide tills penalty by ordinance.
The large majority of tires are duo
to carelessness, and there Is no more
effective way to cure such carelessness
than through the pocketbool:.—-Chi-
cago Daily News.
The mark lias fallen again. The
only consolation Is that It soon will
have no place to go but up.
Jimmie—l ain’t never been born. I
win found In a basket ou some back
Tlie best feature of everybody talk-
ing by radio Is that nobody tries to
borrow money so publicly.
The German paper murk again re-
cedes in vnluo, but a lump of coal be-
comes more precious every day.
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Hoffman, J. W. Seminole County News (Seminole, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 10, 1923, newspaper, May 10, 1923; Seminole, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc860484/m1/4/: accessed June 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.