Hollis Post-Herald (Hollis, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 7, 1912 Page: 2 of 6
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is nearly upon us. It is time to think about the new dress or waist for the coming
season. We all hear the question hourly, "What shall my new dress be? The
dress goods department is at your command, so come in ask questions, and ask to see the following items:
Beautiful line of Voils, the sea-
son s latest creations, shown in
both fancy and plain designs, the
price per yard, 1 Oc to SOc
Lot of fancy Batiste, the new
cluney effects, that will be so
popular for spring. They are
shown in all colors, both plain
and fancy stripes, etc., the price
10. 12 1-2 and 20c
In the silks, the mulls, fancy taf~
fetes, foulards, will be in vague.
You can find these here in all the
newest spring patterns. Prices
per yard, 29c to 98c
A very serviceable fabric as well
as stylish for your new dress.
Can be made from the numerous
shades shown in dress linens.
We are showing these in blues,
tans, greys, at per yard 1 Sc
A special value in brown
at per yard 12 1 -2c
Trunks— -Just received a large line of trunks, (O A A
28 to 36 inches long, price $3.50 to «pO«UU
Suit Cases—We have them in all kinds from $ 1. up djl A
to the solid leather, steel frame end protectors at
Ladies Leather Hand Bags, complete line,
Curtain Scrim, a very pretty Chenille White and *
Cream, each 48c to UOC
Ladies Hose and GIove —Just received. This is a Qfi/%
great value, in an all silk number, each JJOC
Misses Sailor Blouse for the School Girl—colors white,
trimmed in red, and tan trimmed in blue,
worth $1.50, a great value at
Mrs. Lance is now located in the bal-
cony with a high grade line of Millinery.
She is showing the unewest out" from
the Quaint Quaker Bonnet, which will
be so popular for early spring, to the
new English Walking Hats and Derbys
in strictly all tailored novelties. You
can find the hat here that will
New spring pumps, strap sandels and button oxfords,
built on a pump last. The variety this season is large.
In the more staple numbers we are showing the 9 CA
prettiest in oxfords, straps, pumps, button, $3. and*'*
The fads are numerous. A tan pump and button,
suades in pumps and straps and the new ^9 £A
Colonial style, price $3.00 and DU
White Buck and White Moire, this is a beauty d 0 til
at $3.00 and
A pretty Gun Metal Pump with silver
The Selby Shoe is the sign of quality.
The Store with Six Years
J. B. ELLIS
If it's not right Ellis
makes it right.
LUKE ROBERTS, Prop, and Pub.
Subscription $1.00 A Year
Entered ut the Post Office at Hollis, Okluho
mn, us second class mail matter.
THURSDAY, MAR, 7, 1912
H L RUSSELL
For County Superintendent
J. W. BRIDGES
R. P. JONES
G P MORTON
I. M. GIBBONS
J C GAMBILL
For District Clerk
E. F. DAVIS
J. R. McCUTCHEON
For County Clerk
J D READY
For County Treasurer
W R A U FILL
For Register of Deeds
J. J. (JACK) EWING
J H SCRUGGS
At the State Cnvention the greatest! into the Republican party. It would it is highly improbable that he will
interest was displayed when Senator, not be treating th? Republicans right ever be able to capture, the nomina-I
Owen entered the auditorium. The
ovation given him could not have been
greater had he been the President of
the Untied States. The contrast in
this reception between him and Has-
kell was very marked so much so that
he who run could read. A heroic effort
They already have all the bosses in t,ion by fair means, capture it he will,
that party they need. Better suren-1 If he fails to secure it from the regu-
der all their principles and allwow lar convention he and his followers
him and his little following to decide will bolt and hold a convention of their ■
what shall be the policy of the party own and T Rs "hat will still be in the
than to lose their little influence, ring." j
But the trouble is going to be in get-1 At one time it seemed that there j
had been made to get indosementsj tjng the rank and file of the Demo- ( were pi-ospects for a combination of,
from the various counties for Haskell,' cratic party to understand that these the progressive element in both par- j
which only succeeded in a few in-L]^ time bosses should continue to con- ties and the formation of anew party ,
stances, while Owen had done no work.trol. Some of them have little enough which would be a power for good,!
at all, and even Haskells boosters ad-jsense to think that the vote of a com- j but by assuming the leadership of
mitted that had a test been made mon WOrking man is worth just as., j the progressive republicans, Roose-j
Owen would have been favored by a much as the vote of one of these velt has "nipod it in the bud." Very,
large majority. would be bosses and that his opin- few democrats who possess any (
If~would seem that as shrewd a ;ons are entitled to at least somecon- ' character will ever sink so low as to
man as Haskell would refuse to run
against such great odds. He is as
certainly defeated as that night fol
lowsday. —Enid Jacksonian.
Troubles in Republican Party.
The breech in the republican party
grows wider. It was enough to en-
danger the success of that organiza-
tion when LaFollette and Taft were
Harmon Man's Defi.
The Harmon supporters in Texas
held a meeting this week. There
were present representatives from
the Harmon Clubs in all parts of the
state. Judge Maxey of Sherman,
Clarcnce Ousley of Fort Worth and
many other Joe Bailey supporters
Mr. Ousley made a strong Harmon
speech and was followed by Judge
Maxey who ddeclared that the lias ar-
te! for work and not for eloquence,
ar; union': <>r «•<!. iation. He told of knife snJ knife tn tlV
sideration. ; follow such a leader.
We listened to the advice of such Meanwhile the Democratic star
fellows as the Judge and nominated grows brighter and it begins to be (
Alton B. Parker, and we certainly possible that even Harmon could be
could not meet with more disasterous elected.
defeat with Judson Harmon.
Burnett's Cotton Seed
' 0 B Burnett of Memphis Texas who
is one of the most successful carmers
in this country has a variety of cot-
ton which it will pay our farmers
factions. But investigate.
to early ma-
is will l e asked an 1
For Public Weigher.
E. N DIAL
CLAUDE A. RODGERS
G. W. OVERTON
C M KEYS
For County Attorney.
J. 0. COUNTS •
E. M STEWART
For County Judge
E C. Abernathy
For Tax Assessor
S D BARNETT
JOHN B. COX.
For County Commissioner Precinct
v . Tc.ft hzs th? advantage in be-
ing i;i control of all the machinery of
the government and in a position to
compel actve suport of practically all
vho hud removed ffom^Grr.y-
j s-'on C to .Chicago and at the )at-
.fi.i i !:uv had chosen to change his
'name. While in Grayson C tn'y he
said he entertained the most absolute
I respect for the man, but when: upon
! his removal he had seen fit to change tlle holders whether it is given
i his name he had lost his respect for, vo!untari,i" o not. Under ordinary,
j him. He applied this this to the so- con^itions tliiwould be enough to
.called progressive Democrats, saying 'nsurp nomination. Cut he is
i that he had lost his respect for them. against the most unscrupulous
j Hedeclared that if the Democratic ";'in v '10 ^as disgraced American
' party sees fit to adopt the principles c'Vl''zat'°n- Nothing too low or con-
of this so-called progressivism, he'tcmPtibIe or mean can be imagined
j will prefer to become a Republican. |to ;;hich °PP°ne:lt v.-ill not stoop. In j
After this terrible threat had been'"'' 1 '1P 's a wan of an- ,
1 delivered the
, elected him preside
j wide Harmon
the man who most nearly represented morrow and sell do:v j of gold bricks
the Harmon sentiment. | to the most conservative busi_
This speech is a crushing blow to ncss mcn in the town He come, up_
the Wilson forces for certainly the on the stage with a hurrah and fills
j Democratic party cannot affordd to his deluded follows with an enrhusi-
For County Commissioner Precinct, lido anything that wouldd drive Judge asm that will cause them
A. J. HART
Those desiring information in re-
gr.rd to seed should see Tom Cunning-
At Christian Church.
Elder Bcdbheck will preach • Satur-
day night, Sunday morning and Sun- |
night on the following subjects:
Christ's Duty to God and Man, Th?
Church's Duty to God and Man, The
Whole Duty of Man.
Everybody invited to attend.
A PERFFCT BATH ROOM
is essential in every home where running water is
obtainable. Obtain our estimate on
You will fimJ it surprisingly low when quality of
work and materials usen are considered. No job is
too small or too la rge for us.
WASLEY & SENFT
...I mil aiTrrrnxuiai
Reception at Baptist Church
The ladies of the Baptist Church
will give a reception to the pastor,
meeting unan imously tirn* cnci>r-v of immence personality Rev T M IIunt£'r a,ld his wife> lhe j
resident of the State-i and of worderful for^- He cor. Id < church next Teas Jay night. !
Club, considering him come up the street of Hollis to A cordial invitation is exten *ed o
N E Abernathy of Madge was here
the first of the week attending v'ne
regular meeting of the commissioners
court. He called at this office while
to carry jn town and renewed his subscription
! Maxey and his few hundred followers out hia unscrupulous plans. While j u the Post-Herald.
THIS IS THE SEASON FuR
jj and it is hard to release your
self from their clutch when they
once get a firm hold on your
, umm system. The best way is to'
\ HE take our Cough & Cold Cure
\ first feel the cold com
I flpl] on. Then you will be rid
\lmk of And even if the
W is firmly seated, this effi
cient remedy will give ready'
relief and will hasten recovery
And Paint, OU and Varnishes, the Best on EirA.
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