Hollis Post-Herald (Hollis, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 7, 1912 Page: 3 of 6
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Northwest Rooms over Hollis State Bank
Summons | Publisher's Report
In the District Court of Harmon Of the condition of the Hollis State
County, State of Oklahoma.
Feb. 15 4 t
Bank of Hollis, Oklahoma Feb. 20,
Loans and Discounts 73,520.42
Overdrafts .secured and
State of Oklahoma)
County of Harmon)
In Justice Court for said county and
Before J. W. Watson, Justice of the
A. D. Hollis, plaintiff,
I. B. McCullough, defendant
Said defendant I. B. McCullough
will please take notice that on the 5th
day of Fb., 1912, a summons was is-
sued and an orded of attachment for
the sum of $20.95 upon an open ac-
Commissioners Court Proceedings j
Now on this the firRtMonday in
March and the same being: the 4th day
of said month and year the County
Commissioners of Harmon County
met in the regular meeting in the
office of the County Clerk of said
county. The following proceedings
were had to-wit:
It was ordered by the Board that
the monthly reports of the following
County Officers be and the same are
Mrs S. W. Hopkins is visiting tliis
week with her parents at Dodsonville. j
P. W. Nance Sheriff, J. B. Overton
The Hollis Post-Herald
VOL, 9, No. 32.
HOLLIS, HARMON COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, MARCH 7, 1912.
DR. M. H.
Dr. M II Mayfield died at his home
in this city last Friday night after a
lingering illness of several months.
For several weeks it was known that
his prospects for recovery were hope-
less and that it was only a question of
a few days until he would be called
away. For more than a week he was FOR THE
practically in a dying condition, yet
through it all he was cheerful. With
a vitality that was almost superhuman
he resisted the "grim monster" to the
The body accompained by loving
friends and relatives was taken to his
old home in Missouri to be laid away1
by the side of his loved ones.
FOR THE DISTRICT COURT OF
HARMON COUNTY, OKLA-
HOMA TWENTY FIFTH
TERM BEGINNING IN
HOLLIS IN SAID COUNTY AND
MARCH 14, 1912.
It is hereby ordered and directed
that the busines of the March 1912
term of the District Court of the
Twenty fifth Judicial District of the
State of Oklahoma, sitting within and
George Jameson and J E Hollis re-: for Harmon County, be and the same
presenting the Masonic, and the
Woodman, lodges, of which orders
Dr. Mayfield was a member, accom-
pained the remains to the last resting
Many friends and relatives mourn
his loss, to whom we extend our sin-
Debate at Olustee.
The pupils of the Hollis High
School will debate with those of Olus-
tee at that place Saturday night.
The subject is Resolved that the
Aiken Bill should become a law.
Olustee takes the affirmative and Hol-
lis the negative. Hutton Bellah,
Henry Dial and Ottie Williams are
the debaters from Hollis. ,
The Hollis pupils have debated
with Olustee twice before this time,
once at Olustee and once here and
were declared winners on both oc-
casions. They confidently expect to
be as successful next Saturday.
is hereby assigned and set down for
trial and disposition of as follows:
Court will convene at the hour of
one o'clock p. m. the first day of the
term viz; March 14th 1912 and the
business of the day will be as follows:
First the entire criminal Docket
will be called for arraignment. Plea
for defendants and motion and other
preliminary pleas, and defendants who
have not been arraigned and plead
and defendants in cases in which there
are motions and demurers must be
present at the opening of court, on the
First day of the term.
It is further ordered that all mo-
j tions and demurers in civil matters
will be called for hearing on Thurs-
! day the 14th day of March, 1912.
After the order of business above
mentioned cases are set down for trial
Friday March 15th 1912
No. 6, John Crenshaw, vs. The Winnie
Mtg. Co. and Martin Kroer.
No. 105, R. W. Greathause, vs. A R
J«n—|il BMH1 —— — ..i
I have purchased the Gambill stock of Groceries, and
I am going to sell strictly for cash, which will enable me
to sell Groceries cheaper than any store in Hollis. Just
give me atrial and 1 will convince you,
When you buy from the man who sells on the credit
you are helping pay some bad account, which you won't
do if you buy from me.
COME AND SEE ME.
J. K. LUNN, cSSii&A.
Come and see us when you want to
buy coal. We have bought out the
A. W. Hounshell & Truax Coal Yard
and we guarantee weights and best
prices on best Nigerhead and McAl-
ister and other good grades of Coal.
MOTLEY & LEE
W. P. Fewell Withdraws. From Race.
W. P. Fewell requests us to an-
nounce that he has withdrawn* from
the race as a candidate for Register
He desires to thank his friends for ,
the loyal support they have given him. | W. C. Witt et al
I No. 256, W H Jacobs,
and E R R Co and C. W GiHiland|.
No. 149, J H Edwards, vs. W C Witt
No. 212, Daisy Stevenson, vs. J. W
Edwards and Hollis State Bank.
No. 214, C W Gilliland, vs. Early
Greathouse et al.
No. 241, McClure Naftger Lbr. Co. vs
J C Gambill'is a candidate for the ^™3'1' Q T
of.ee of Sheriff as will be seen by re-1 N°' 2 Sadl6 L°W6' VS' J A L°We"
ferenc to our announcement column
More extended mention of his candi-
dacy will be given later.
Judge M M McGee is a candidate
for County Judge of Harmon County
His announcement reached us too
late to appear in the regular column
G P Morton announces this week
for re-election to the office of County
Mrs R C Cousins formerly with
the Woods Dry Goods Co. of Elderado
has charge of the milinery department Vs. J G Martin,
at Mike Bradleys.
No. 323; Leuella Mathison, vs P. E.
Monday March 18th, 1912
No. 101, First State Bank of McQueen
vs. W. J. Bell.
No. 182, T. F Rhodes et al, vs. W J
No. 183, M. G. Moore, vs. W J Bell
No. 184, E B Mc Queen et al, vs. W
Tuesday March 19th, 1912
No. 106, Lena B. Cooper, vs. H J
No. 128, John S. and Susan F. Pruitt,
No. 47, State of Oklahoma, vs. J. W.
Frank Mathews, Judge
E. F. Davis, Clerk.
Mrank Mathews, Judge
P. W. Nance, Sheriff.
J O Counts, Co. Atty.
L G Williams, Court Reporter
E F Davis, Clerk.
Wednesday March 20th 1912
No. 144, Ray Taylor, vs. Richard H.
Holly and Mary B. Holly.
No. 170, A R Garritt and A M Stewart
vs. B'd. Co. Corn's et al.
No. 216, J T Pennington, vs. Thos.
No. 227, J W Hendricks vs. P O Gor-
Thursday March 21st 1912
No. 259, Chris. Haynes, vs. Martin
No. 266, Geo. I Jackson sv. The' Mrs W. S. Cross left today for a
Brotherhood of American Yeoman. visit with her daughter, Miss Vivian,
No. 268, N L Jones Lbr. Co., vs. C; w^° 's attending school at Waco.
T Johnson ; Texas.
No. 280, E. L Gardner, vs. IH Swisher
Friday March 22nd 1912
No. 301, Mrs Kate Estes, vs. W. F.
& N. W. R. R Co.
No 302, E L McKenzie, vs. W. F. &
N. W. R. R Co.
No 303, Robert Wilmoth, vs. W. F. &
N W R R Co.
No. 319, J D. and J T Pennington, vs.
W. B. Groves.
No. 45, State of Oklahoma, vs. Warren
Rooms for rent with board or with
out board at the Beavers house—H
J. D. Ready was elected clerk of
the WOW Camp at the last meeting.
P W Fewell who has been clerk for a
number of years and who filled the
office to the entire satisfaction of the
camp is leaving Hollis which fact
necessitates his giving up his work.
Corn for Sale—Good corn raised on
sandy land. Enquire at my place 7
, loim. ui, my place I
j No. 129, S C. Havenhill et al, vs. J. G No. 46, State of Oklahoma, vs. J. W.' miles northwest of Hollis.—B O Burk
KAFFIR CORN HEADS
MILO MAIZE HEADS
$ 1.00 a Year
We will give 2000 lbs. Hulls and 500 lbs. choice
Cotton Seed Meal for a ton of first class Kaffir or Milo
with stems cut close to the heads.
$15.00 per ton for first class Kaffiir or
ads, with stems cut close to the heads
ought to our mill must be sacked as we
m unless they are. If you have no
jrnish them at 6c ap!ece.
xchange proposition as well as the price
ends of course on the quality of the
quality of the grain, and length of stems
d be cut cloce to heads.
ig is a little out our line, but as there
• one handling or grinding Kaffiir or
ids as we have taken it up for the ben-
10 are interested; as well as to further
>ur quilting cotton, already batted and
i making comforts and quilts. v
flDAL FOR H0RSSS, COWS AND HOGS.
tton Oil, Light & Ice Co.
Smith Lumber Go.
Materia), Lime, Cement, Brick, Post,
ERICAN FENCE & NIGGERHEAD COAL
Dodson, Tex. Jjj
....Go to ••••
;ay to the trade, that I Have more goods in my
- time before.
these goods at good prices, and offer you the
discount. And have just received a car of
id guarantee it to give you satisfaction, in
sell you is absolutely guaranteed.
me ar.d I will surprise you in regard to pricer.
ragle's News Store
ind Books in Great Variety
on file in tne anove emmeu
the office of the Clerk of the District ,
Court of Harmon County, State of,
Witness: The hand of the Clerk and.
the Seal of said Court this the 15th j
day of February, A D 19'2.
E F Davis
Clerk of the District Court of Har- ■
mon County, State of Oklahoma.
Counts and Counts
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
death of car mother, Mrs
J. H. Scruggs
W. C. Scruggs
S. M. Scruggs
Mrs B. A. Hartwell
And Their Families.
F6r Trade—One 5 room house, two
gallerys, well, cistern, sheds, lots and
one half block of land, for good stock
or notes. Encprir* of Hollis Reality Co
ivionuav 10m u y «t j../*- --
the hour of ten o'clock of said ■ir.y
has been appointed as the time for
hearing said petition and proving
paid will at the County Court room in
Hollis in said county of Harmon when
and where ail persons interssted may
appear and contest tn'>
' In testimony whereof, I have nsre
I unto set my hand and the seal of : aid
County Court this th elTth day o
C W King
lis f.n<rcanavcTat° for sneim,
shaking hands with his friends m the
ctiy last Tuesday.
Vi^s Ruth Cowles who has been one
of the teachers in the school, return-^
c 1 to her home in Hollis it
V';; Cowles haj made many -
here and has given universal sa.^
faction as a teacher.
AMENTS THAT F.XC KI. IX QUALITY AND HUAUTY.
I.KA 11 Nw MA' ..'./.INKS AND NK WSPAPKKS
;i)TO ORDER ANY MACAZINEOK N l'.WSl'A PER YOU ,
'•'ACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED
a: SOME Ol'" THE NEW POPULAR PRICED SHEET
"Tbe Daisy AnoThe Rcse" is one of the late numbers at 15c
11 iimi mil mmiTrwraeaaMHHfflsaraMKsaawi. mm Miii* jetAsm
' Elder Bcdecheck of Hollis
I prcach at the School Building
| Sunday afternoon at 3 o cock.
! public is most cordially '"Vlted t
come out and hear Elder Bedecneck.
DR. H. H. WYNNE, Oculist and Aurist.
Practice Limited to
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
, Oklahoma City, Okla
inquire.1 H. 1:: rrison at Hollis Drug Co. or of D~. W. <' Pen-tergrafl.
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