The Hominy News. (Hominy, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 36, Ed. 1 Friday, April 5, 1907 Page: 1 of 4
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THE HOMINY NEWS.
Hominy, Oklahoma. Friday, April, 5 1907.
Our Large New Stock
of Ladies Dress Goods
is now displayed on
our shelves and con-
tains all the latest de-
signs m Spring and
Summer Fabrics. - - -
We respectfully invite the la-
dies to call and see them as we
can interest them in quality style
and price. We have also added
largely to all our other lines We
carry the largest and best select-
ed stock of Shoes in town0 Ouv
Grocery department is replete
with everything kept by a well
equipped Grocery Store and our
prices are right. - ■ * -
we will still buy your Produce and
I ay the top price.
M. F. FKALSIY.
Pursuant to call, the demo-
crats of Hominy precinct met
at the school house on last
Saturday night with Prof, W.
E. tlill in the chair, for the
purpose of electing three new
county central committeemen
from this precinct and also 17
delegates to attend a dele-
gate convent ion to be held at
Pawhuska on Saturday April)
fitli to elect delegates to attend j
the congressional convention! $
at Enid on April 24th. Thej
three new county central com
initteemen are Dr. Ira Mullins,
M. F. Fraley and W. 0. Groves
who were elected by acclama-
tion. The following is the
names of the delegates chosen:
Dr. Ira Mullins, M. F. Fraley.
W. C. Groves, A. W. Nash,
John Walker, Geo. Huston,
Chas. Peters, K. E. Taylor,
W. J. Hendall, J. W. Pore, M,
Westbrook, Sam Jorden, Prof.
W. E. Gill, Pat Harris, R. Mar*
lor, C, P. Parks, Wiley Hains.
PRENTISS PRICK, FRKD DBUMMOND HOWARD U. MAHKB
ijy President Vice Pr&ildent Cashier
First National Bank
We sim tn be y
Careful in Detail)
Courteous to Patrons and the Publio
Conscientious and Conservative in extending
Your account respectfully solicited.
B. L. WESTBROOK & BRO.
The Sunday schools of the
Osage reservation are request■»
ey to meet in Convention at
Pawhuska, at the Baptist
Church on Saturday afternoon
April 20th at 2 O’clock, for
11 he purpose of organising a
Sunday School Association.
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I have taken the Agency
for one Cf this best PIANOS on the mar-
ket. Let me place one ixi your home
I'EEE OF COST so that you can test
thoroughly its tone and quality before
wjTa. dickey HggUf.
Onr Feed Mill is now in operation
and we ape prepared to supply Dealers
with Feed or Grain Products in ton or
oar load lots. Strictly wholesalers.
WESTBROOK & DIX; Elevator.
Big Fire At
W. G. BASS,
Live Stock and General Farm Sals
A big lire occurred at Pau-
lin ska Wednesday afternoon
and night which destroyed a
barri full of baled hay, a ware-
house belonging to McLaugh-
lin & Farrah containing two
car loads of farm impleriients,
wagons, etc., also a residence
house, It took some energet-
ic work on the part of Paw-
huska’s citizens to extinguish
the flames and prevent further
Oklahoma City went demo-
eratic and Guthrie went re-
Indian Agent Blackburn of
the Auadarko Agency, is in
Pawhuska this week investi-
gating the Osage card system
with a view to establishing it
Old papers fdr Sale at 20c
per hundred at the Ne^a ofiice.
R-(j.,ri .4 m- Oorlditi >n of
FIRST NAT L BANK OF
Hominy, !o tbc State of
Ok ah-mii at .iif Go*c of buai
.rss, vlirc i 22 it, 1907
Loans »hil l)i.i«-"U.,ts 67.12- 95
Overdrafts secured s«ri l urisec'rl 210.44
U S. Bond* to ppiMire circulation 6,250 01)
I'renoum- on t). Bonds 101 56
rt' iid-i securities, etc. 1 006,30
Barium* imiiie, Furniture and
Due nvru National Banks (not
rnstrv.- ^nntsj 5.006 0*
Duo fr >m .State Banks ft Bankers it 509 92
I >u“ from approved reserve
becks and other Casb Items, 9.42
Notes of other IS atlonal Banks *90 00
Fractional paper currency,
nickels, and cents , 2.8G
Specie i3,l0l 10
Legal tender not os 1.015.OJ 1,119.10
Redemption fund with U. S.
Treasurer^ percent of circulation 312 50
Drugs, Medicine, Chemicals, Phar
maceuticai Supplies, Paints*
Oils, Varnishes, Brushes,
Tcilet Articles* Per*
Presept? Carefully Compounded.
HILL’S BILLIARD PARLOR.
is nowiopen with a brand new equipment, and
invites your patronage
Located in the Shepard Building on Main street.
O. H. Hill, Proprietor
®THE COMMERCIAL HO iEL,
Only First-olass House lii City-
Good Service, Reasonable Rates.
M. Westbrook. Prop .
**« ** .»• »« o* *
AWliat Itominy needs about
as bad as anything else is a
dollars commercial club. M e have
25,00 * °o talked with some of mir peo-
5,000 oo ,
pie along this line and they
Get the best
Pawhuska went democratic
in the citv election last Tues*
day, defeating the citizens
j ticket by ft good safe majority.
Ten Years Experience* Graduate of Missouri Auction r. ^ .A , ,, ,
3rbool. WRmtokaH.andB.tteft. Hon ;Tjie nta'nstioket was famed
Guaranteed. up by the republicans and
■p \ OKXj A. "as '’^Lmllyah aeknowledge-
Capital Stoc.» Paid In
Undivided l’roSts. Less
Expenses wh! Taxes Paid 3,925 97 ■
National Bank notes ou^tanin,-6.25(1 00 MC Of the Same Opinion,
Due tn other Nat’l banks 23,80 thing for US to do is to get to-
Due trust Co. £ Sav.banks 415.66 , . , • r l ,
i gether without any delay and
Demand certificates cf deposit 50 00 1 . . /. t > •
l ime Certificates of Deports I9.593.9u;kave uf its object the pro
ashiers check? outsUndlng 4.293.7^- j-ectiou 0f oUr business, COm-
I.iabilities other than those
above etete^ 53.00 merchil and property interests.
Individual Deposits Subject to ©
< heck 32,997.60 perfect tin
Wxita For Rat» ft
Gr Pimne Nt>. 1*41
thent that they could not win
, on a straight party ticket.
The democratic victory there
la an index of how the county
will go in the next election, j
; It shows that the democrats j
of John Leahy's town are still
specialty of Short Order Meals and intend loyal to their party, and in a
v u pi***, u our customers. Give us a trial wnj’ it was an endorsement
Hot l.< Sid« Main St. Hominy, Okla.!1,is aol9blfor';'. 1,10 eo,1?tilu
Total 97,553 68
STATE OF OKLAHOMV
COT N TV OF TA vt N KB SS.
I, Howard M. Maher, Cashier of the
above named Bank, do solemnly swear
the above statement Is true to the best
of my knowledge and belief.
Uoward M. Maher, Cashier
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 36th day of March, 1907.
Geo. M. Trsdway, notary public
Mj commission expires 6-24-1909
Trentlss Price, Daniel B Maher. J. E
Other towns are organized
commercially and are using
their combined efforts to gain
every advantage possible for
their community. There are
many tilings relative to this
town which should be discuss-
ed, which will mean much to
us if we will only take hold of
them in time. By all means
let us get together at once and1
organize a commercial club.
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Rendall, W. J. The Hominy News. (Hominy, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 36, Ed. 1 Friday, April 5, 1907, newspaper, April 5, 1907; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc405529/m1/1/: accessed September 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.