The Hollis Post-Herald (Hollis, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 28, 1907 Page: 4 of 8
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Spot Cash Does Wonders
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6!wntat r.«h. ?sir2KJ2;rs!l«uVi -
floods* Cl (Hip|(, Shoe* jmd Mat* at th® Big Ciih Ory . one 0| our regular cuitamers, lei us add >oU'I1*
Buy your spring b.l. here.
If •, !.« wirit V>! v* ;<I |UV nothing but
;h< < • t* Ur '" 1 Hfturilton-Urown Sixes. Hhpj
;ire ihe b***t We c.m fit your I'owt, m>
matter how bi« or how little
Ij-i us furnish y u with shoes.
Ask for free Dish Coupons with
every purchase made at our
lo this line we osn please the most fastidious
Ar*-* r. fJU-autiful line of Spring Suitings in
Blue, Tans, Grsys and (ireen, price 10c U>25c
Pretty line Ginghams, all colors price
per yard 5c to •• «>
Hig line of Percales, price tike lo .. lCc
Swell line of L*wns and Hfttists to figured
and solid colors, price per yard
15c, 12ic, 10c, 7ic, Oio and 5c
Dotted Swiss in beautiful flowered and
plaid designs, price 20c and 25c
Silk Mulls and Swisses in newest designs
and colors at per yard 35c and 50c
" WRIST BAGS
" LONG GLOVES (in mercerized cotton,
silk and kid)
" WAIST PATTERNS
•• MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
COME IN AND BUY SOMETHING NEW
Men's suits in Gray mixed casimere at $3.50
Men's suits in plaid and gray mixed worsted
and blue black serges, per suit 7.50 and $8.o0
Men's handsome worsteds, cassimers and
kerseys in black, gray and plaids at
per suit *10 00 to $12.50
Dandy line of Youths' suits in blacks and
grays at $8.50 down to |2.50
Boys knee suits 75c to * • fo.00
CARVER 8 TUNNELL, K?
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Published every Thursday,
POST-HERALD PUB. CO.
Subscription Price $1.00 Tlie V'ear.
terort ut Post Ofllot< i
■ oonil cIimm mall unit t
i Hollla. Oklahoma,
Granite is to hnvo an SH000
modern elevator wit h a capacity
nl 22000 bushels.
Every candidate . youluw ol
or read about is 'Yoniidcmt of
success," some of them wOl bo
fooled or else Oklalv>cia will liavt
an abundance of oftiwr.s.
Preserve each copy of thf
Post-Herald, beginning with t.lit
issue of March,28, and you will
have tne constitution of the mew
The corner stono of tire Scot-
tish Rite Cathedral was laid last
Thursday at Dallas. TIlo struct-
ure will be one of the'.finest of
its kind in the United Spates.
VjX d&nator, .1. R. Barfcrn has
served his term in.jiil and re-
turned to his homo at Abilene
Kansas and will begin fcho pu'oli-
cil.ion Of a Weekly QQWlBp&POf tO
he called "The H^me Rule "
No attraction win a.M.rac! a
ocpwd quicker than did the badg
erand dogs in the street fracu
yesterday, one hadg**r, hall a doz-
en dogs and half a hundred peo
pie can make nearly as niucl
noise as a woman and a itioum
when they get in room together
In his address here Saturday
nipht, Hon. Henry Ni. Furmai
said that Hollis was the best in
land town that he luwl ever visiter
in the new state. He is capabl
of judging, has traveled ext ■
sively all over the new stale sun
is a man that doesn't t'at ti-r an,
Do you want tu see this tow
have a population ofSiODO befor*
t\*o more \ iMrs sli .il i. « passco.
If you do,yOU should in fill t<
work with that punt in view
What is the peyeat rout® to tbf
fiOOO mark, sit still and wait or
gi-t to wi'i k'r
By getting a railrond. it will l>c
Today is the day the comet is
scheduled to bump into us and
put us out of commission or run
the mercury in the thermometer
out through the roof. If it don't
make any pai'ticular difference
with the comet, we hope it will
change its program and go in
some other direction as we do
care to come in contact with any
of these fire tailed Heavenly
bodies or have our blood boiled
by their extreme heat, we would
gladly bid this fir.ey apparatus
adieu and welcome the appear-
once of a big watery cloud and
the downpour of its contents.
Books and Novelties
Dr. J. L. Smith, Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work.
Oftlce in stone building.
Capital, Surplus and Profits $35,000.00
Absolute Security to Depositors. Accounts
of Farmers, Herchants and Corporations (4
Solicited upon Favorable Terms. ^
MONEY TO LOAN £
C. w. KINO
Office at Hollis National Bank,
iiollis, - - Ok I*
OWLER BORDER, M. D.
Operates at the Border Hospita
at Hobart, Tuesday and Satur
day, 9 a. m. to 1 p. m.at Manguu
Hospital Thursdays, $ *. m. U.
3 p. m.
very easy to n
of rive tliousa
years time, bM -
not brio* s > • sd
Some i-.eij:ril t:i
one halt tin - <
working i«> seeur
thej- d« . .t \vi i
.|m t on Holi's.
"dropped < I
eeping cn tli
fort to secure a
have cai*s runnir:
which will mtan
The place to get first-class
work done and in fact
everything in the tonsor-
al line. Come and see us.
Brandt G Baftftatt
We are too busy making room for new
goods and selling those on hand now to write
an ad this week, but we want to inform the
people that we have purchased THE LEADER
of J. N. Lindsey, and will carry the best stock
of Dry Goods, Clothing and Millinery in Hollis,
and we want to C. U. B. A
"^he Leader will lead in low prices
Hirh prices will be unknown in our
Everything up-to-date will be found
in our stock
Line up and trade where prices are
Everyone will receive courteous treat-
All are invited to make our store
Don't boy anythinf before fettinf our
Pvery day wHl be barfaio day when
•you trade here
Bemember we wil appreciate your
■ « business
Bradley, McCauley & Co.
Simpson-Morris Lumber Co
MORRIS LUMBER COMPANY
No Change in Management.
ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL.
Mound City Paint
ELDORADO - - OKLA.
My car of Furniture has just arrived.
Come in and get the best choice.
I have a swell line to select
1 have the most complete and up-to-date
line of Rockers ever put on display
in Greer County.
Bedroom suits from $20.00 up. Iron
Beds from $2.75 up.
I have some nice Sideboards, China Clos-
et, Bbffet, Bed Couches and Devenports
which I will sell at a bargain. In fact, I
have the largest stock of Furniture ever
carried in Hollis. Come in and see for
yourself. Carry a complete line of Un-
dertaker's Goods. Ready to serve at all
L. A. PEARSON.
Wm. Cameron g Go.
Paints, Oils and Brushes.
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The Hollis Post-Herald (Hollis, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 28, 1907, newspaper, March 28, 1907; Hollis, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc185263/m1/4/: accessed November 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.