The Hollis Post-Herald (Hollis, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 13, 1907 Page: 1 of 8
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THE HOLLIS POST-IIERALD
VOL. 5. NO 1.
HOLLIS, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JUNE 13 , 1907.
$ 1.00 }i Year.
Our Celebrated ...
Quick Heal Gasoline Stove# are now ready for you. Make your home happy by securing
one of these elegant stoves.
Sp©©n®r & Bradley
$ First National Barak
Capital, Surplus and Profits $35,000.09
Absolute Security to Depositors. Accounts
of Farmers, Herchants and Corporations
SolkitciJ upon Favorable Terms.
MONEY TO LOAN
IVm. Cameron g Go.
Paints, Oils and Brushes,
Simpson-Morris Lumber Co
MC BB1 itIMBEn COMPANY
No Change in Management*
mm or mum material
mound City Paint
EIDCGAU9 • CfltlA.
LUMBER and PAINT
Best aint tSold
would mak*5 a fine combination for a new hotiso V e
Bitter Creek Jokes.
Dear editor:-News are short
this week. .Nothing of impqrt-
ance, only the farmers are very
busy planting crops over this
week, some have planted the
The entertainment at Bittor
Creek last Wednesday night was
quite a success. A large crowd
attended and they liad a nice
lot of recitations and dialogues.
Mr. and Mrs. Foster of Arlio,
were visitors at T. J. Stewart's
Mrs. Hattie Stewart is report-
ed quite sick with measles this
Quite a large crowd attended
church at Bitter Creek Sunday
evening at 4 o'clook services by
Bro. Crawford of Arlie, Texas.
Bert Branigan and mother of
No. 2, were visitor* at Mrs. T. J.
Stewart's last Friday afternoon
mid was in attendance at the en-
tertainment that night
Quite a crowd of young people
were the guests of Misses Claris
and Claudie Stewart Sunday
evening. Those present were
Misses Wynn, Thorne and Mes-
srs. Bert Branigan, Elmer W.vnn
(Juincy Thorn, Arvil Bostick and
Mr. and Mrs. Cortney, Mr and
Prof. Smith and si*ter will
depart from us Wednesday,
for their home in Kentucky. We
are sorry to have them • go but
hope they will reach their desti-
nation all OK. We are proud 10
say that Mr. Smith has taught
us a fine school and hope Tie will
teach for us again.
Mr. Scott and Mr. Stewart are
having their oala ha J seated this
Mr. Bostick of Bethel, was
visiting his mother and family
afpw days last week.
Mr. Vansickle, Bud Bod en-
hamer, Mi*se* Ol Puekett and
Mabel Vansickie are going to
spend a week at Halton rir.d
Wheeler. They are going to
take targets and fishing outfit.
| We wish them a nice time
Last Monday evening at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. George
McCauley were gathered a jolly
crowd of young foMcs. Those
present were: Misses Ola Coch-
rfin, Lottie Watson, Grace Terry,
Yater, John and Bob Keys,Vivian
Cross and Ruby DeLamar. Mes-
srs L. G. Perkins, Tom Garri-
son, Denzil Cross, J. D. Penning-
ton, A. E. Brady, Henry DeLa-
irar, Chas. Jones and Hugh Gar
rison. Some tine music, singing
i and recitations were rendered
after whielYnll were invited in to
supper. All left expressing
themselves as having had a jolly
time and voting the host and
hostess royal entertainers.
Last Monday J. W. Perkins of
Madge, was in town with a tub
full of peaches, and while they
were quite small, they looked
and tasted like the real thing.
He was selling them at 50 cents
a bucket and had to almost fight
to keep enough to fill the orders
of those he had nromised.
Wind and Rain.
Last Saturday night Hollis
was visited' by a terrific wind
and rain accompanied by quite
a vivid display of lightning.
Several hard showers during the
jiight made Town branch get on
a rampage, and several other
streams' are- reported .to have
had high water. During the
hr. rd w i n d earl y i n the evening
the barn belonging to Bro. H. B.
Eljis"was blown over, killing hi*
valued buggy animal. Also sev
er.d other barn* were ilown
over and unroofed.
W. S. Cross, President.
J. M. Tick, Vice President.
E. L. Gardner, Cashier.
The HoSiss Katicnl Sank,
Of Hollis G. T.
Special attention given to collections, loans and., other
business that can be done through a bank.
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BURGLAR PROOF 3AFE.
YOUR BUSINESS IS EARNESTLY SOLICITED.
all kinds'of'taS'mS on hand and would to Rlad log I Mtam May and Vomer Poster
figure with yeu before buyiug~elsewhere. £ | of Arlie, were the guests of Miss
Hoilis Lumber Co.
tH Lena Huff Sunday.
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DoNo4Nef?2ct tfte Chil-
The Altus Tiroes issued «n
June (>, a special Souvenir ed-
dition, devoted to the starting Of
work on the Kansas City, Mes eo
A Orient at Altus. The eddition
is a neat, and well gotton up
sheet, all the reading and half
tones showing up plain, and the
Altus merchants has shown an
enterprising spirit by the large
and attractive ads, which show
that they knosv how to apprec#
jte a live and wide awake new*
paper withsa large subscrption
list. Shepard A: Shepard* edi-
tors, are to be commended for
I tlfeir enterprising spirit. #
Colic and Diarrhoea.
Pains in thf stomacb*colic and
diarrhoea ar * quirkly reli^tfed by
the use of Chamberlain'* Colic,
< koh ra and Diarrh ea Remedy.
Foi sale by H"'.is Drue Co.
For nM kinds «>f
see S. D. Barnett.
,\A this season of the year the
first unnatural looseness of a
ll4t,v child's bowels should have im
VT;;, I mediate attenti n. 'Ihe host
thitfg that can be given is dmm
j berlain's Odic. Cholera and Di
K LUNN. jarrOoea Remedy follow#! by
castor oil as directed with < ich|
Try the Post Herald for fire j bottle of the remedy. For loj
job work. Jby Hollis Drug <,o.
I have solhe good horses and
mules to sell, also one good mare
weighing 1400 pounds.
in good stock.
Bro M. L. ScivaUy passed
through Hollis last Monday on
his way home from Star \ alley,
where he preaehed last Saturday
and Sunday to large crowds.
He said the people were deeply
interest in religious affairs at
that place. •
This community was visited
by a heavy rain and an electric
storm last Saturday night, ac-
companied by a small amount of
wind, though no serious damage
The creeks were higher Sun-
day morning than they have been
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. McGloth-
lin of Hollis, visited their parents
here Saturday night and Sun-
Mr. and Mrs. Slielton l^fjt,
their little infant son last w(ejr.
the remains were laid to rest in
Bethel Cemetery Wednesday.
Mrs. Nelson is very sick.
Rev. M. L. Scirally filled his|
regular appointment here Satur-
day and Sunday.
Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Mc-
Arally on the «th,.a girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Robei ts
were visiting at Marvin Dodds
The prospects for plums and
peadies are bad.
Mr. and Mrs. Whaley visited
relatives in Hollis Saturday and
We are authorized to announced
thai Mrs. A. Allen of Mangum,'
will be in Hollis on or anowt the
20th, ^>f this month for the pur-
pose of teaching a new dress-
making, and will also make a few
sample drosses. Mrs. Allen is
now teaching a successful class
at Granite, Oklahoma. Remem-
ber the date.
The Post-Herald .has all kinds
of I'pto-date and first rns«
stationery, new f. «-**s «.f tyi * and
first-class workmanship t« oo
any kind of stationery or circular
work at reasonable prices. Call
and see us.
Last Sunday week Odes Mar-
tin of near Buck Creek and Miss
Fannie Carter of Sandy were
united in marriage by Bro. M.
L. Scivally just across the line in
Texas. The license were pro-
cured at Wellington, Texas,
therefore they were forced to be
married in Texas. There were
quite a number of young ladies
and gentlemen drove over the
line with them and made quite a
For Sale—Corn, Hogs and
Buggy. Corn 50 cents nor
bushel. One brood sow, regis-
tered", Berkshire, bred and raised
by one of the best hog- breeders
in Texas. Price $30.00. Two
gilts and one male, from the
same sow at $10.00 each. Two
barrows,$4.('0 each. One buggy
almost good as new, price $00,00.
D. B. Pool,
Sandy, Oklahoma. •
*SwalTord photograph gallery
has been moved to the rear of
the lot recently occupied by
same, and the lot is being lev Jed
and ground broke preparatoi y to
nutting in a lock foundation for
a la'ue frame building 4K\120
feat to bo built by M. W. Prock
and L. G. Perkins. We under-
stand the floor will be of solid
maple and the building will be
occupied by a skating rink.
The elation i* over and there
will be several that will have to
brave the current of Salt river
j 'vhich has had quite a rise in the
: st few days being fed by -arge
md sina'l tributaries from sever-
1 al direction*.
Attention of our readers is
•: :it d to the nice page lis play
ad in this is>ue of Carver £ Tun-
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