The Hominy Herald (Hominy, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 15, 1910 Page: 4 of 8
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Published Every Thursday
BARRETT & PETERS, Proprietors,
w. K. BARRETT, Editor.
Entered as second class matter Auguet 11, 1910, at
the post-office atHominy, Okla., under act of con-
gress of March 3, 1879.
‘subscription $1.00 per year in advance. Clubbing
___ratetf with all leading periodicals.
______ Telephone 110
Most of the railroads in Oklahoma have not yet
P..d thetr 1908 tares. Have yoo paid y„„rs? ’
When the railroads fail p,y theit „,e
federal courts sustain them. When you fail to rav
yours you lose your property. y
Muskogee, Oklahoma City, and McAlester are all
trying to get Governor Haskell to locate with them
nhen hi. term of office expires. No use boys
Haskell will more than likely locate in Guthrie.
Of all the silly rotter allowed to go through the
mail m a newspaper that stuff appearing in the
poets corner” in the Guthrie State Capital takes the
tate a stu8'd “«
Do you love your town? Do you have any con-
prosper and extend ^ if you
do, then ask yourself these questions: “Do I help
support and maintain its institutions? Do I en-
comage every movement looking to the up-building
of the town. Do I speak a good word for the town
and the people at every opportunity. Dollendas-
sistance to its industries? Do I patronize them.
Do I fully understand the duties devolving upon
me as a citizen?” Ifyou cannot answer these
questions m the affirmative then you are not only a
s.umbhng block but a detriment to any community.
Statistics published by Slason Thompson of
Chicago, a railway authority, shows $58,031 to
have been the average per mile of the line of the
cost of a road and equipment of the 233,002 miles
.°n' ,IT* employ^d in the transportation industry
in the l mted States. Judge Hook knocked out
Oklahoma s corporation commission rates pas-
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
Bank of Commerce
•t Hominy, in the State of Oklahoma,
tne close of business Sept. I st, 1910
I^ans and Discounts-----$52 518 25
Overdrafts, secured and un-
"w7......- * 122 66
stocks, Bonds, Warrants,&c 1 229 71
Banjring House--------- 3 159 18
runuture and Fixtures____ 2 088 40
Due from Banks........ n 531 68
Checks and other Cash
------------ 823 56
uue from State Treasurer. 158 19
Cash m^Bank........... 4 579 80
Tota,~......... 77 211 43
Capital Stock Paid in-----$15 000 00
uKianoma’s corporation commission rates pas- uSSed*ProfitTe*Ex- 1 W° °°
senger and freight, because the roads claimed they PC?s“,and Taxes Paid--- 3 562 14
were not earning enough on values represented as !n“vL,du1al Subject ’
other federal judges relieved the railroads from pay-
vlJ ftaXeS beCaU8e they €,aimed a88e8etd
valuation of approximately $30,000 per mile were
Phone 25. Free Delivery
_ r*-10?1?. prognostication but watch it-
Capital. °' fioo!evelt “in eight.—Pawhoska
Foolish of course, but in keeping with other fool
The Supreme Corn of Appeals of West Virginia
has upheld that state’s two-cent fare law The r"
Zr, R ,"° ,Ch‘,TW'"hthe 0kl»b°»>«
R road! 'f'dom venture out upon the ice
scasssu sizi-i z
---— - •'Vj/vg.w *-»UUJCCl
nrCh?T"?...........- 46 289 66
1 ime Certificates of Deposit 3 677 50
oa. ’d ‘ <Vi?ecka Outstanding 182 13
Bills Payable......... 7 500 QQ
Total_____ 77 01 1 40
c . u -— STATE OF OKLAHOMA,
• ofar as the prohibition question is concerned , County of Osage, ss.
pn nro QQ “■ I, Carl Mullendore, Cashier of the
ntiA n o m nwf L__1. 1 1 1
men are asking the question”* hTould” not bTITter
to have eighteen saloons which would be the max-
imum under the new amendment to the constitution
than to have one hundred and eighty bootleggers
Wl h government license, and who cannot be put
entirely out of business? Under the proposed
amendment the saloons are required to pay two
thousand dollars a year into the city and county
treasury, t nder the present system the bootlegger
dose not pay anything.-Tulsa Democrat.
We take it for granted that parents are as much if
not more interested in the advancement of their
children at school as are the teachers, and no teacher
takes delight in a pupil’s failure. The management
simply wish to call the attention of the parents to
he facts ln the case and urgently request-no, demand-
altt ,‘rrre wi,h the ~
*> i.iuuciiuore, ^asnier ot the
above named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the
best of my knoweledge and belief, so
help me God.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 5th day of September. 1910.
Lela Parks, Notary Public
L. D Edgington, G. L. Edgington.
L. Mullendore, Directors.
gradually gaimng ground among the financial in-
stitutions of the county. The business of this bank is
conducted along c .nservative lines and there isn’t a
more deserving and accommodating set of bank
officials doing business in the state of Oklahoma
than can be found at this bank.
Our dear women want thT^ilege of voting in
this state and on November 8 the question of
whether the majority of the voters of Oklahoma want
10 grant, them this privilege will be decided. The
Herald is strictly opposed to Women Suffrage in
any form and we hope and expect to see the pro-
of the Dement .tl, Tb,s 18 tbe Wst.on
Party etand. for ! Campaien’ The Democratic
lL.!u “ 60v'-r,,m,-nt by the people The
Republican party atanda for a govenmenV hv ,k
corporations. Which shall it b% } 11,8
Oklahoma are to decide. people of
roe?o8fS'iCan,nm,C!;ine ha‘ Pro“iMd lh' Neg-
repealed by the not11 cg'i.Ltu"!-provided'*Z''' b' an-v ,orm and ™ *>°Pe and expectT Be
that the next legislature is Repubhcam Wha,77 ° “i^ovember election.
tTj^'ndlme1 u!e° wom’isfbv' Tr “ Pr“gram? Will A friend at our elbow suggests that the best way
ticket, or repudiate it v o . ,*!“* !be Rel>ulll|ean be“d 'f tb“ “ad order houses ia for the local
ticket? ,S 'ollnS the Democratic “erchant to advertise liberally and get the trade
-__ 1 *emselves. It does look reasonable. All of the
“Buisness beats politics’’ Havs t \r x- , su«‘e88ful mail order houses are heavy advertisers
0,0 not the,ota'
Guthrie and attend to his own-h ^ t0 They wdf'fi h'Taftuhad fai,ed to keep^Promises,
politics severely alone 0810688 and ,et r h tT at Jim Harris h«8 miserably
y ____ f8lIed alon^ thl8 line after the November election.
It cost the taxpayers about $3,000.00 for the ex- The show buf,iness is like any other businp«a
ense o resident Taft to speak at St. Paul Qn Ifyou want to make a success of it you will have to
moreT.fi; ^ f ?*. proprietors ““ »]iltl' print"'» int °ccasionally.
Lieut.-Gov.—J. J. McAlester
®ec* of State Ben F.Harrison
State Auditor—W. F. Gilmer
Attorney General—Charles West
State Snpt.—R. H. Wilson
State Examiner—Chas. A. Taylor
Mine Inspector—Ed. Boyle
Com. Labor—Chas. Daughgrty
Com. Charities—Kate Bernard
Insurance Com—Milas Laster
State Printer—Giles W. Farris
Board of Agriculter—G. T Bryan
Corporation Com.-G. A. Henshaw
Clerk Supreme Court—W. H. L
Congressman First District—E C
District Judge Distsict No. 24—R.
State Senator District No. 9—S J
OSAGE COUNTY TICKET
Representative—Chas. B. Peters
County Judge—C. T. Bennett. ‘
County Atty.-C. K. Templeton
Clerk District Court—Tom Leahy
County Clerk—W. J. Boone
Sheriff—H, M. Freas
County Treasurer—J. A. Hunter
Register of Deeds-T. M. Roaddus
County Superintendent—W. E. Gil]
County Surveyor—H. J, Behning
County Commissioner District No.
HOMINY TOWNSHIP TICKET
Trustee—L. D. Souter
Clerk—Geo. W. Paxton
Treasurer—Geo. E. Huston
Justices of PeaceFrank Tutum and
Chap. F. Dodson
Constables—J. B. Walker. W O
We handle Celebrated Well-
ington High Patent Flour
We always carry a full line of staple and
fancy groceries, canned goods, etc.
We appreciate your trade and will always
give you satisfaction.
Highest market price paid for
Coe s Cash Grocery
west Main Street, Hominy, Oklahoma
cally every large
and besides the excel-
lent local train service
between these points,
with standard Pull-
man sleeping cars is
maintained b e twe e n
Oklahoma City and
City and Kansas City
and Oklahoma City
and St. Louis. It’s bet-
ter and quicker by the
. * * ^
to be an
*« <ii/into'th"bJ^C.,t the ^ ~ ^ -
We wish to announce to the pub-
lic that we have purchased the grocery
stock of the Walling Grocery Co.,
and will move the stock to our new
store room on East Main, next Monday
and J uesday, where we will be glad
to greet all the old customers and any
new ones who may want good goods
for the least money. Call on us.
==: Company- i -
Hominy, - . Oklahoma
The city council met in regular
session Tuesday night with the
following members present: Pre-
sident Stohr, Councilmen Edging-
ton. Westbrook and Bennett, Chas.
F. Dodson acting clerk.
Councilman Edgington moved j
that the M. K. & T. Ry., be in-'
structed to put in a crossing on
•‘sixth street. Motion carried.
On motion of Councilman Ed-
dington the city marshal was
instructed to order the property
owners to re-open the natural I
drainage on Pettit avenue between I
4 th and Main street, and that after
drainage is made that Pettit avenue
between 4th and Main he filled up
to grade, filling dirt to be taken
from Pettit avenue between Main
On motion it was ordered that
hereafter the city records he kept
in the building accessible to the
No other business the council
A Fair Complexion
' is Worth Keeping
That, why }ott thould us. *
CRZAI.l CF ALMONDS
k.ccr* «-••• h-nd. .oft and
wih,.. , a itolutc y purr, free from
grease cr cJ—aad wiil not toil clou*.
Sold with tVo Rexadl ruaranUa-. 1
2 r*ru_o ocr bottic, :;c. J
The Rexall Store
Honuny, . . Oklahoma
HAMPTON & BRADY
MIDWAY BARBER SHOP
f an4 Gold B iths. Clean Towels PoUto « • v
I South Side Main Street. Keen
When in town go straight to the
Tracy Feed Store
For Com, Hay Alfalfa, Meal, Chops and
everything m the Feed line. We carry
l<fln extensive line of Field Seeds.
Ut out this notice and mail it
to Foster’s Buisness College at
Bartlesville, Oklahoma and receive
free of charge, a half dozen call-
ing cards, written by one of the
best penman in Oklahoma, or two
ree lessons in Gregg Shorthand, be
sure to write your name and ad-
dress plainly. Address
Foster’s Business College,
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Barrett, W. K. The Hominy Herald (Hominy, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 15, 1910, newspaper, September 15, 1910; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc848333/m1/4/: accessed November 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.