The Hominy News. (Hominy, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 43, Ed. 1 Friday, May 18, 1906 Page: 1 of 6
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Hominy, Oklahoma. Friday, May, 18, 1906.
The Hominy News.
* SIDNEY. SAPP EDITOR
Entered as second-class matter
August 4, 1905, at the post office
at Hominy, Oklahoma, under the
act of Congress of March 3, 1879,
RATES OF SUBSCRIP
One year ......................$L0t
8lx months ......................$0.5r
Three months ...................$0 25
Advertlsingrates will be made knowr
Upon application. Locals and other
Advertising, where a special contract ir
not made will be run and charged for
At the rate of live cents per line unti’
Church and Society
Services every 2nd & 4th Sunda'
at the school house at 11 a m artf5
7.30 p tn.John H. Davies, Pastor
Sunday School every Sunday morn-
ing at 10 a. m, Sunday School teach-
ers meeting every Friday night.
W E. Ill, Superintendent.
Earnest workers meet at 3 p. m. each
Thursday before the first and third Sun-
Mrs. Fred Drummond, Pres.
ZZT. Holiness Church-
□ Every Sunday, at 11 a m, 3 p m
and 8 pm.
Prayer meeting every wednes
day evening at 8 p m.
M. w. A. meets every second
and fourth Saturday night be
there and on time.
M; K. and T. Railway Co.
No. 24, Tulsa A Kansas City 8 53 a.m
No. 20 Okla Cty Kansas City and St.
Lduis, mail 3.25, p, m.
No. 22, Okla City, Kansas City and
Junction city. 11.59 pm.
No. 530 local freight'8.09 a. m.
No. 434 through stock train, 10.03, am
No. 25 Kansas City, St. Louis and
Oklahoma City, mail, 12.20 p. m,
t No. 23. Kansas City & Tulsa, 9.24, pm
No, 21 Kansas City A Okla City 6.00 am
No. 529 local freight 3.17 pm.
No. 433 through fre ght 11.27 am
C, T. Owens Agent.
DR. W W. SPIERS,
Physician and Surgeon,
j Forfrnitand nuts go to the
3utternut BaEery and Restaurant
i I have a lew one and two room
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houses for sale. Sidney Sapp.
Dial and Martin for notary
tvork; office rear of First Nation-
All the prettY things on earth
for sale at Fred Woods store,
T P,. Countryman Expects
>o more soon to Missouri
where he has purchased a
i..Kr <! Wood has painted his
Old news papers for sale at thii
iffice 25 cents per hundred.
List your real estate witl
J- ,T. Kiley, of Greenup,
w is in town Tuesday and whfic
hero made us a pleasant call.
Mr. Kiley is chairman of tin
republican central committee
of Pawnee county.
FOUND:—A fraternity pin.
Owner can have same by de-
scribing the same and paying
for this ad.- James Wilson.
Homer Busby, accompanied
by his little daughter Mary
was in town from Ralston Tue.<
Chris L. Lelly and Fred M.
Erickston was in Cleveland
Sunday between trains.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Stumpff
are at home after a few weeks
visit at Guthrie.
The base ball team went \<
C'eveland Sunday and played a rc *
turn game with Cleveland’s team
our boys won the game, the score
being 10 to 7 in favor of Hominy.
Fred Wood was at Skiatook
looking after business matters
For fine cigars and tobacco go
Feed your horses at the O. K. Live1?
Stable. Wm. McConnell, Prop.
For fine candies go to Greeno
Dial and Martin will rent your
house’ office rear ot First Nat-
There will be a dance at the
section house Saturday even-
ing. A good time is expected-
Sam Gaylor, of Wvnona,
was in town Tuesday trading
with our merchants.
Will Morgan was in the
•ity shopping Tuesday.
John Norris was in town on
When you travel, use the same die
■nmination in buying a ticket that you
vnu 1 d in buying anything else. Assurt
ourself in advance of what you may
xpect in the way of comfort and con
>enience en route.
Dial and Martin tor insurance
in best old line companies.
Office in rear of First National
Rev. John. II. Davies was
here Sunday and preached
two very able sermons to
large congregations both
morning and evening. Rev.
Davies is always certain to
have a congregation to preach
to if they have once heard him.
Hominy and Pawhuska may
be proud of their Minister, he
is one of the best in the coun-
try as well as a very pleasing
Kansas and Tex-
with through trains (over its own rails
and from St, Louis and Kansas City in
he north, to San Antonio and Galvest-
on in thesoueh, offers a ready solution
to the vexed questien—“How to go?”
If thera is any information you would
like, about a prospective trip, write raf
I’ll gladly give you the information and
if posible have mv representative call on
you anc personally assist you in every
way. Think of my offer when you have
occasion to travel. Address
Ask any M. K. & T agent for
rate and time of trains.
W• S. St. George,
G. P. & T. A.
BOX 911 St. Louis Mo.
St. Lotus, Mo.
Wilson and Reed sent out a
gang of workman and camp
equipage to build a six room
house on Sycamore fifteen
miles wost. Mr. Loe? seems
t j be building a better class of
houses as the years go by.
B. F, Hughs and wife have
gone to the country to run a
boarding house for a few
Col. Miller of the Townsite
Commission, was in town on
We are authorized to an-
nounce that the Townsite
Commission will sit as an ad-
justing court at Pawhuska
from the 20, to 26 for the pur-
pose of hearing and adjusting
complaints from Hominy and
JohnL. Freeman was in the
vicinity of Tulsa last Satur-
day, looking after some of
Uncle Sams business.
To all Our Subscribers
Dr. Mullins has painted his
Will Hodson will leave to-
morrow for parts of Canada to
investigate the resources of
Col. McLaughlin, Indian In-
spector , was in town Sunday.
Earl Greeno, Spec Daniels,
Estel Paxton, Earnest Ana-
wait and others are attending
lot sale at Bigheart this week.
Dr. Mullins is building- an ad-
dition to his house. The Dr, will
have a neat residence when he
gets it completed. Itmaybethe
Dr. is figuring some.
The News Editor and wife drove
over to Ralston last Saturday.
Hon. Ret Millard, U. S. Indian
Agent, was in town Monday.
Fred Wood wants to see you
before you leave town,he will tell
you the rest.
Dial and Martin will sell your
real estate. See them: office rear
of First National Bank.
Sunset Creek Items
Fine growing weather; brig' c
prospects for crops of all kinds.
Chas Pierce made a business
trip to Ramona Monday.
Franx Simmons made a hip i?
Pawhuska Saturday, visiting
triends and relatives.
Bill Foster and Alex. Brown of
Pawhuska, were in this Vicinity
last Sunday. Bill says he is do-
ing well at his present location,
plenty of work at good prices
John L, Freeman is attend-
ing lot sale at Bigheart this
week and helping to look after
the peace and dignity of Un-
Wiley Haines was at hoinb
Sunday visiting with his fam;
Twentyfive thousand pounds d
beat granulated sugar at Fred
Woods store, at 5.23 persack
See Fred wood — that’s all
for fresh groceries.
Fred wood has fresh groceries*
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President Vice President Cashier
First National Bank
Careful in Detail
Courteous to Patrons and the Public
Conscientious and Conservative in extending
Your account respectfully solicited.
A. B. P ATTISON
Opposite the Hominy trading o.
DOES ALL KIND OF WORK
Horse shoeing & Plow work espec>*0 ^
I also have a disk sharpen**'
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Sapp, Sidney. The Hominy News. (Hominy, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 43, Ed. 1 Friday, May 18, 1906, newspaper, May 18, 1906; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc405557/m1/1/: accessed January 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.