Hollis Post-Herald (Hollis, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 10, 1912 Page: 1 of 8
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IF WE CAN'T FACE A LIVE ISSUE. WE WONT STRUT OVER THE GRAVE OF A DEAD ONE.
Vol. 10 No. 14
HOLLIS. HARMON COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. tfHURgDAY. OCTOBER 10. 1912
$1.00 a Year.
We handle the B1RDSELL, JAMES & GRA-
HAM, STUDEBAKER and WEBER Wagons.
You don't pay 'freight on the goods
you buy at home. You see what you
want before you give up your money.
If anything goes wrong, we are here to
make it good.
Vou get what you want when you
We sell reliable known brands—Moon Bros. Plug-
less Body Buggies: we do not hide poor quality
under a strange brand.
You save money when you buy at home. That's
why you want to buy'from us.
MAIL ORDER GOODS.
> Spooner Hardware Company.
Oklahoma Hide & Produce Co. of Altus has tak-
en-possession of the Truax Produce Co. which
will now be the benefit of the produce sellers
to get the highest market at Cash Prices. We
can paj the Highest Cash Prices because we
ship only in Car load lots to the Eastern mark-
POULTRY, BUTTER. EGGS AND HIDES
Oklahoma Hide & Produce Co.
Statement of The Ownership,
Management, Circulation, Etc.
of Hollis Post-Herald
Published Weekly at Hollis
Okla., required by Act of Aug-
.ust 24, 1912.
Name of Editor, Luke Roberts,
Managing Editor, L,uke Rob-
erts, Hollis Okla.
Business Manager, Luke Roberts
Publisher, Luke Roberts, Hollis
Okla. * ■"*$
Owner, Luke Roberts, Hollis
Known Bond holders, Mort-
gagees, and other security
holders, holding 1 per cent or
more of total amount of bonds,
i mortgages, or other securities:
'if® City National Bank, Hollis Okla
Average nucber of copies of
each issue of this publication
sold or distributed, through the
mail or otherwise to paid sub-
scribers during the six month
preceeding the date of this
Editor, Publisher, Busi-
ness Manager and Owner.
Sbscribed and sworn to be-
fore me this the 2nd day of
L. A. Pearson
F. B. Ingram and Miss Alma
Pennington were married Sun-
day afternoon at the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Aber-
nathy, Rev. M. L. Scivally offi-
Mr. Ingram is one of the sub.
stantial bifaines men of Hollis
and is a son of Mr. and Mrs.
R. A. Ingram. He is a yonug
man of upright character, moral
worth and of business ability.
He has been in the feed and
coal business since coming to
Hollis three years ago.
| The bride is the daughter of
IJ. T. Pennington and a sister
of Mrs. J. V. Abernathy with
whom she has been making her
home, She is a beautiful and
highly accomplished* young
iaay ana aeservefciy popular
with the young people of the
After the ceremony the young
people took the afternoon train
for Altus and spent the night
with the brides sitser Mrs. Dr.
Abernathy, returning Monday
morning. They were accom-
panied by Miss Myrtle Terry
and Mr. Roy Heathington.
Mr. and Mrs. Ingram have a
host of friends who join the
Post-Herald in wishing them
much happiness and prosperity.
We have received Vol. 1 No. 1
of The Remonstrator, an anti-
socialist paper published at Tish.
omingo. It is a hot number
from cover to cover—in fact it
Friday morning Sheriff Nance
received a message from the
sheriff of Collingsworth county
that Garrett Edwards of Carl
was being held at Wellington
and that he was supposed to be
insane. He had gone to the
aheriff and asked to be permit-
ted to surrender to him claiming
that he had killed a man in this,
county and was in danger of be-
ing killed by a mob.
Deptuy Sheriff Crain went to
Wellington and brought the un-
fortunate man to Hollis where
| he was examined and found to
1 be insane and sent to the asylum
at Norman, being taken there
by ilv. .Crair Sunday.
' Two of fcia brother? came fy
Sunday and• everything possibV;
' was done for Mr. Edwards who
> eeemed to be suffering intense
■ pain. It is hoped that the physi-
cians at the Asylum will be able
1 to give him relief and that he
I will soon be well again and re-
cover his mindd.
with relatives and friends at
Moody and Ballinger, Texas.
Each Saturday afternoon the
Lotus Theater will give a, mati-
nee, beginning at 2 o'clock and
closing at 4:30 Schoolchildren
will be admitted for 10 cents.
The Lotus has been g'ving
some excellent shows during the
past week. One is sure to be
eutertainud when visiting this
popular play house.
Remember that the Lotus is
now located just west of Coley &
Barnard's in a brick building
where you can couffortably en
j jy the play.
Notice of Sheriff's Sale of Land:
The State ot Oklahoma. i
Countj of Harmon,
Why This Is-
sue Is Late
y — is the best thing we have seen
f Mergenthaler Linotype Co., New j on that line. If its editor keeps
York Western Newspaper Un- up his present licks he will leave
Ion, Oklahoma City, Okla. very little hide on the kumnds.
The City National Bank
The Home of Accommodations
We are prepared to accommodate our cus-
tomers and are glad to have them call on
us in case of need. We want you to
start an account with this bank and be
one of our many customers who receives
We will cash your check on any bank
and are always glad to have you visit us.
M. M. KERN, President.
W. L. HOLLIS. Vies Pres. W. I. GILES, Casfeier
J. L. JOHNSON, Vice Pres- CLAUD PRATHER. Ass'l. Cashier
We are exceedingly late
with the paper this week and are
also very short on news, but we
feel that we have a lawful ex-
cuse . The editor has been down
a part of the time arid a part of
the time on crutches.
He has been afflicted several
weeks with erysipelas. His left
foot has never been noted for
its Cinderilla-like dimensions,
but he has been satisfied with it
because it has heretofore al-
ways been a good mate for his
right foot. But now it has as-
sumed enormous proportions
and looks as if it might belong
to one of the circus elephants.
Our printer has been sick a
part of the time and the only
one in the shop who has been
able to put in full time is the
linotype operator. But she has
been unable to operate the ma-
chine because the elytric light
plant, from which we obtain
our power, has been installing
new machinery and has been
out of commission nearly every
We have four full pages of de-
linquent tax notices in this is-
sue and which has taxed us to
the utmost. Quite a lot of good
live reading matter which was
already set and several ads
were crowded out.
I can loan from 81,000 to
$3 000 cn ?. good Harmon Coun-
ty quarter section of land.—-1.
M Richardson Captures
D. M. Richardson returned
Monaday from Oklahoma City
where he had been exhibiting his
fine hogs at the State Fair. He
is well satisfied with his
success there. He took six
hogs to the fair but exhibited
only five of them. He received
one first prize, four second prizes
and one ttiird prize.
He sent his large boar from
, Oklahoma City to the Dallas
I Fair and confidently expects to
i capture the first prize.
Mr. Richardson undoubtedly
has some fine hogs and is entitl-
ed to the prizes he<has received.
Miss Prim's Kinder-
garten a Success
The Methodist women pre.
sented Miss Prim's Kindergarten
at the Lotus Friday evening to
a large and appreciative audi-
All those who took part in the
play acquitted themselves with
credit. They were dressed to
represent their parts and their
songs and speeches were enjoy-
ed by all.
The net profits were some-
thing more than $50.00. The
ladies wish to thank the good
people of Hollis for their liberal
patronage; and wish to especial-
ly thank those who assisted in
The best farm insurance in the
world.—I. G. Douglass
Mr. Posey of Eldorado brought
, several prospectors to Hollis
! from that place Monday.
j If you want to borrow money
! on your farm or if you want
! your home insured see I. C.
Good Cockerel for sale, the
Ringlet Strain. See Dr. B. B.
Roy Heathington, a former
Hollis boy but now of Decatur,
, Texas, was here Sunday looking
after his interests.
Physician, Surgeon. Glass-
es fitted to please.
Mrs. H. N. Spooner has re-
turned from an extended visit
Notice is hereby given. that In pursuance of
an order Of sale Issued out o( the mat risk
Court of Hiirmon County. Oklahoma on th*
10th day of Ootobar. A. D. 1911 In an action
wherein Roaa Maolt wa plaintiff and Wn. O.
l,yles, Lizzie kyles. Clarance A. Vanlandlot*
ham. TlshieVanlandlntfham and D. J. Dojto
were defendacta. directed to me. the under-*
signed sheriff of Harmon County. mbibmH
ins me to sell the fallowing described proper*
The South one half (S. 1-3) of the South
West Quarter (9.}', M) and the North teat
Quarter (N.E. l-O of the South Welt Quarter
(S.w. 1-4) and thjguitk East Quarter (S *.
H) of the North (W W. 1-4) of
SectionTwenty-elf t (W^^Towqahip *W
U1 North Of Raage Twenty-Four Itfl Woatof
I. M.In Harmon County. Oklthoma. eoptato*
Inc one hundred and si*ty aerea of land mora
or lesa to satisfy a judgment and decree ot
foreclosure to favor of said plaintiff aad
a« tau said defendants obtained aad mad*
waaid court on tUe^ da* rota. «« • «* „ v . J
the sum of One Thousand Petty and > i J
Dollars [tUMO.lS]. and costs in the sum of
IS5.05 with interest tbereon at eight per eent
per annum from the 13rd day of March. IMJ.
and eosts accruing: X wiU on Saturday the
9th day of November. 19IS. at the hour of I
o'clock p.m. of said day. at the front door of
the Court House In the City of Hollis In said
County and State, offer for sale and seU t®
the highest bidder for cash, said property
above described, or so much thereof as will
satisfy said judgment. Interests and costs.
Witness my hand this I9day of October, A^
p. W. Nance.
Sheriff of Harmon County, Oklabom.
Counts A Counts.
Attorneys for Plaintiff,
■ Oct. 10 5t
WOULD YOU EAT SALT PORK IF BREAK-
FAST BACON COST YOU LESS?
You assuredly would not. Then why do you feed
your cattle COTTONSEED when COTTON SEED
MEAL is so much better and costs you less. Why da
you? Is it because you do not know that Cotton Seed
Meal and Hulls are a better feed than raw cottonseed?
Or is it just because you have somehow never tried? H
the first reason suits your case, listen to this: the °EST
Authorities on the subject, among them our own Okla-
homa Experiment Station, say that ONE POUND or
Cotton Seed Meal and Hulls mixed in the proper pro-
portion is eqval to ONE AND ONE HALF POUNDS of
raw cottonseed. If the second reason fits your case,
read the rest of this ad and then bring us your seed; we
are going to pay you to do it IN CASH. Here's our prop-
For Every Ton of Cotton Seed
we will give
One Ton of Cotton Seed Meal and Hulls
$4.00 IN CASH
Now Will You Trade?
This offer it subject to withdrawal on the market advance, so
bring in your seed early.
Hollis Cotton Oil, Light & Ice Co.
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