The Hominy News. (Hominy, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, December 28, 1906 Page: 4 of 4
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REND ALL Editor*
filtered as second-class matter
August 4, 1905, at the post ofi+ce
Hpminy, Olahoma, under the
ictof Congress of March 3,1879.
■Jfce jr*ar ............... *l*Q0
I* months ................ *°-60
Advertisingrates will be m&de known
ipon appllostion. Looals and other
dveytislng. wbe?e a special qontvact is
pot made will be ran and charged for
it the rate of live cents per line until
/hureli aiid Society
Services every 2nd & 4th Sunday
^t the school house at 11 a m and
1:30 p m.John H. Davies, Pastoy.
Efepy Sunday, at 11 a
fP4 8 P m*
| Prayer meeting eyery wpdnes-
|ay evening at 8 o’clock
Sunday Schooj every Sijmjay morn,
jlsp; at fOolclook. Sunday Schoolteach*
if* meeting every Friday night.
W E. Gill, Superintendent.
Earnest yrorkers meet at 3 p. m. eaqh
|*hprsday before the first and third Sjjn-
Mrs. Fred Drummond, Pres.
M. yi- A. meets every second
^nd fourth Saturday night be
i'rjere and on time.
&N notjncements .
I hereby announce mvseH as a
candidate for Treasurer of Qsage
county, subject to the action of
the Democratic cQnventian or pri-
Bay your taxes gt ihe First
Bert Bat.ti^on ami wife wore
oyer ap Clpyelaij.tf ff&tefy
Howard pallor and wife,
spent Christmas at I?awhft§kft>
\Ye have the Nqws to Undo
or wood. Bring ns a load,
Tom fynkfid is c^i’king in a
drug store at Cleveland during
John Chambers and
who live at (ireyhor.se, were
visiting friemjs; here Wednes.-
Sf. I-. Jiustqft and Ed, Bftok-
]ies both former Hominy boys,
ar.e qyer fron} Bighearj, tq.day
u. k. Sutherland and
Ernest attended a hall held at
tiie city hq.ll at Cleveland on
J. J. Fraley,
Col. Jqhn N- Floret is re-
poised to he very sick at his
home at Bartlpsviljp and js not
j expected to live.
Bat Harris and wife lpft
last Friday for Kentucky to
yisit relatives. This is Pat’s
first trip bogie for a fttufthLT
|S|E;vy YEAR'S GREETING,
A TTjPPy New Year to you all dear I fiends,
A IfaUPy New Year to you all.
May it bring new joys to puke amende
’ For tl;e sorrowful day flint ott attends
lion wo suffer in anguish forJoved ones lost,
WJiQb for our mistakes wo pay the cpst
Or when shuttered Idols fall.
A Happy Ne\y Your to you all dear friends,
A Happy Ypw Year, I pray
May ip bring the color to life tka,t blends
With contentment, hope, love and ends
In a joy that v/ill stay long as life doth stay,
Not a glittoidpg sunbeam of a day
But a )I appy New Year for aye.
XV. J. Ry.NDAi.r.
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| Fresh Bread, Pies, Cakes and (?pn-
J Buy our Gandies, Fruits, Nuts, jQfWiggs and other
9 sweets. Our lino eannqt bp excelled and 041* prices
g are right. We also keep fresh roasted peanuts.
I BA*tER & PN?ST, Honiay, Ok la
Trfdway's Entertains j Migs Vina Mefiraw, a fqr-
Ml, anti Mrp. Qeq. U. TM- W P"Pil <,?.lhu
s.ayenterj,aiaoclal6W Qfthei.- school, was visiting her sis-
Mommy friend!? at six o’clock
(Jinnpr at the Tredwgy home
pn phrigtmas pay. A large
fat furkey served with all its
qcGOjnpftnying etceteras \yas
ter Mrs, Bert Westhrqok,
Miss Dell Wilson, Qfto of
Fairview schools fonger pin
?( pils, now t.oaohing noar Paw
pot the least CQnapjeuquy of mi ska, wag in the neighbor
thp mapy ilpjicioutf viands, jj0od ^us week visit in
marvels of l^frs. 1 red wax 13 j sister Mrs Gpq, Lpy/js
efficiency iji the culinary art. pamjiy
A beautiful sqnyenir Christ:
n card, decorated with a
sprig of real mistletoe tied
with a rpd ribbon bow, was
found at each
card boye the name of one qf! Friday morning just beforp
♦‘THE NEWS” is now
prepared to print all
hinds of commercial
Circulars eto. Come
in and see us.
W^*y\^Vy*VVW>/W*A^V*VV v / /
Chas, Combs and Brnest
Walker, while returning fropi
Broxyn Baker’s home tlirepj n——Tr
plate. Bach j miles east of here, on iast(JJOMINY ^JASH fiROCERY,
, 4. Leaby • E. F. Scott
X*eahy and Soott
attorneys at Law
First National Bapk Building.
bEAHY BARBER SHOP.
are wbolesnle dealers ia
hair cuts, shaves, shampoos,
passage and hair tonics. It
would pay vou to throw your
razors aty^v and call and see
f, A. DICKEY, Manager,
Wiley Hains lost a horse
Christmas night, it had to
be killed on account of a brok-
en leg resulting from a kick by
Born to Dr. Spiers and wife
to-day a line boy. He is just
in time for the congratulations
of the News. That he will
always be in time is the best
wish we can make him.
the guests and designated the, daylight, say they attacked by
order in which they should bq a pack of hungry coyotes and
seated. Needless to say the j chased info town. Krncst
guests enjoyed the splendid j gays Charley came pretty j JJ vtmPRICES,
Christmas cheer and generous1 near getting away from him -«*
WE SEEL EVERYTHING,
FreshStaple and Fanoy^Grocaides
We Want your trade come and let US
hospitality of the Tredway’s, and leaving him to
breakfast for the
Mr, Williamson is building
a three room residence Oft Cof
R, II. Allen is
j Will Austin has rented the
Cooper lease five miles east of
Hmuii.x. filings, look x t I-V here for several \veok«,
Mrs Martin Entertains
A pleasant party was held
at the home of Mrs. J, K.
west of the I Martin on last Wednesday
night in honor of Mrs, Mar-
tin’s sister. Miss Burdick who
is visiting hero from Kansas
City. The evening was spent
pleasantly with various games
Chas. Martin and his sur- including ‘‘flinch , ’lit , etc.
vt ring crew have struck tent! After light refreshments wno
i in Homim and will be busy served the partx wusconclud
Dr, and Mrs. Mullins spent
Christmas at the Houter home |
neat about the place as they
always do when Will Austin
has the care. Wo need more
All bind of fresh and salt meats.
Ice cold pop & lunch goods.
WILLIAM MoCONNELL Proprietor
M. K. and T. Railway Co.
No. 22 to Kansas City and
Rouis, due here at 10:47 p. m.
No. 26 to Kansas Cicy and
Rouis due here at 3-21 p. nr
So. 630 local freight-8.15 ». m.
No. 434 through Block train, 10 0*2, am
ed by an amusing game
---questions and answers, in
Lucian Hopper and wife of which the questions asked
Tulsa spent the holidays with i were to he answered by tliCj
such men in Osage county, I Honjinv friends, returning Auune of some popuUu song, j
- j, ° , This caused much merriment j
There were several private!llome ) LS 111 ,l' * and on a secret ballot being
Christmas trees held at Hom- j m r n • i Ldvcn Miss Barks .xas award-
inv homes Those we heard I eny McFalIs, accompanied eti the premium for the most
A ' r., , , . r bv his motlier and sister, Mrs. appropriate answers. Those
ot are at Geo 1 red way s J. L Percy Uixolu ieI*t yesterday to pr'sc.t were: Dr. and Mrs,
Martins, W dey Hums 1111.) j visit ..vitli relatives for a few Mulliri, Prof, and Mrs. Dill,
Frank), Stanton’s. Doubtless
there were others we have nut
weeks in Mt. Vernon, M<>.
On Christmas Eve a Christ-
mas Tree was held for every-
body at the Fairview school
It was tlie intention
Prentiss Price, Geo. F. An
drews, Geo, Crane, Miss
. * Marie Tredwav, Miss I’arks,
ily reunion of the McGraws. I amj Mjhs Kllie Freeman.
where they will attend u fam-
No. 25 from St. Louis and Kan- house.
*,as City to Oiahoma Citv due that everyone should receive
nere 12:21 and No. 21 Kansas present. French-harps,
City to Oklahoma City due here
at 5:40 a. m.
Chas. B Peters.
G K. Sutherland.
HONINY REAL ESTATE CO.
ti0, D39 local freight 3:21 p no.
No. 3 through fre'ght 11:27 am
C, T. Owens Agent.
pocket-knives stationary, can-
dies, etc. were in abundance.
A number of families used thelra
Christmas Tree to distribute |2a
presents among their loved | m
among their loved
The Hominy Trading Co. keeps ones. Prof, Gill made a short
every thiDg tor sale.
(but appreciative talk in which
|*he drew his theme from child-
A. B. Pattison wil! save vou 1 |10oj’5 Jav Tile Lucas Or-
meaey oo new Wagon Boxes o' chestra fnrnisliHl some re-
Jottou Beds. I
_______: freshing music. Everyone en-
Joc Marlor isalways ready to I themselves and the
accommodate you in the draying j ChristuiuS
E have opened up a Real Estate (Iffice in th?
FIRST NATIONAL BANK and as we havestr
eral prospective purcbers for Hominy real estate as
well as business propositions, it would be ^cll tor
rou to li-t your stuff for sale with us at once. If
you want a good farmer on your place who will pay
cash rent, see us.
We will also write your FIRE INSURANCE at
at as low a rate as it can be written and our com-
>ion for selling vour property will be low.
iee us at once as we are now open for business.
PETERS & SUTHERLAND.
spirit was very K2 ____
business ’Phone 48 when you j m«ch in evidence. May there
don’t see him on the street. ’ | >>« *“»py ^appy returns yf this
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Rendall, W. J. The Hominy News. (Hominy, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, December 28, 1906, newspaper, December 28, 1906; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc405845/m1/4/: accessed February 20, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.