The Hollis Post-Herald (Hollis, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 21, 1907 Page: 5 of 10
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Spot Cash Does
When spent at the right place. Its an old addajje, that economy is the road to wealth. So start to economiznis by buying your Spring Dry
Goods, Clothing, Shoes and Hats at the Big Cash Dry Goods Store where you always get the highest quality and lowest, price on every article. W©
will save you Big money on every purchase. If you are not already one of our regular customers, lei us add your name to the list now. Ours are sati-
sfied customers; are you? Trade Here, Pay Cash and you will kno.v why thiy are satisfied. Buy your spring bill here.
8HOE8 AND SLIPPERS
If you want to avoid trouble, buy nothing but
the Celebrated Hamilton-lirown Slices. They,
are the best made. We can fib your foot, no
matter how bit? or how little
Let us furnish you with shoes..
Ask for Free Dish Coupons with
every purchase made at our
In this line we can please the most fastidious
dresser. Beautiful line of Spring Suitings in
Blue, Tans, Grays and Green, price 10c lo 23c
Pretty line Ginghams, all colors price
per yard 5c to 15c
Rig line of Percales, price G£c to 10c
Swell line of Lawns and iatists infigured
and solid colors, price per yard
15c, 12ic, 10c, 7ic, G|c 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
NEW COLLARS .
" WRIST BAGS
" LONG GLOVES (in mercerized cotton,
silk and kid)
" WAIST PATTERNS
" MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
COME IN AND BUY SOMETHING NEW
Men's suits in Cray mixed cisimere at $3.50
Men's snits'jn phid a ixl-gray mixed • worsted
and blue black serges, por suit 7.50 and $8.5^
Men's handsome worsteds, oassimers and
kerseys in blade, gray and plaids at
per suit $ltH)0 .to $12.50
Dandy line of Yo it!is;' suits in,blacks mid
grays at 50.«Ln\vii,to. $2.50
Boys knee suits Tac to $5.00
CARVER 8 TUNNELL, BK'?
V O L C AN
The Imported Percheron Stallion will
make the season on the farm of J. Price
Mills, seven miles northeast of Hollis. The
rate for service will be $20 to insure a
colt to stand up and suck, or $10 per leap.
Every precaution will be taken to foal
your mares and satisfy our Patrons.
W. S. Cross, President. J. M. Tice, Vice President.
E. L. Gardner, Cashi u\
The Hollis Nation! Bank,
Of Hcliis O. T.
Special attention given to collections, loans and other
business that can be done through a bank.
BURGLAR PROOF SAFE.
YOUR BUSINESS IS EARNES PLY SOLIC ITED.
Constitutional Conven- county,
tion Provides for the
Creation of New
who shall maintain an
office at the county seat.
Three unique features marked
the passage of the report.
It is the first proposition tb
fail of the necessary majority of
all the delegates elected to the
An echo the county boundary convention on its third reading
fight was arrousedon the 21st and anal passage; it is the only
over the consideration of a sup- proposition so far written in the
plimental report from the county j constitution for which a republi-
boundary committee, providing oan delegate cast the deciding
for the manner of creating new | votef and the only provision
counties after the constitution is j about which a specch has been
adopted. The same vigor and,mafle on the floor in any other
energy was displayed as marked
the old fight, but there was con-
siderable change of lignement a;s
many of the delegates who hat I
stood for the repor j of the com
mittee providing for small coun-
ties went over to the "insur-
gents" on the question of provi-
sion for theercation of new coun-
ties. Among these was Williams
of Durant, who declared on the
floor that he had supported the
county boundary report under
curses because if he opposed t
that his own county would be
"lam not hog tied n->w,'' tri-
umphantly replied Mr. Williams,
in a tilt wilh Haskell of Musko-
gee," and I can vote as I please
in this matter, without being
As amended the report pvo:
vides that the legislature shall en
ict laws for the creation of new
counties, with limitations requir-
ing that all such county divisions
shall be submitted toadiioct
vote of the qualified electo-s re
•than the English language.
On the first roll call when the
provision was placed on its tinal
passage, the vote was 53 ayes to
25 nays and President Murray
declared the proposition lost for
•want of a majority of all votes in
A motion then prevailed to re
consider the vote taken on roll
call and on the second roll call
three democratic delegates
changed their votes from no to
aye, leaving the provision short
< ne vote of tins necessary 57.
President Murray was about to
announce that the provision had
again failed for. Avant of a ma jor-
ity, when Harris of Waggoner,
a republican delegate, asked to
change his vote from no to aye.
President Murray declared the
measur e adopted and by unani-
mous vote Harris was presented
with the pen with which the
measure was signed as a recog-
nition of the fact that his vote
made its passage possible.
However, our people who met,,
him found that he was very much
like other men, pleasant, unas-
suming and attentive to Jus un-
cial duty. He loft overland Fm
day morning for Frederick.
Eelix Robertson, a young 'nuui j
living on a rural route out of At
tus, was placed under arrest by
U. S. Marshal John R. Abetva-
thy, last Friday, charge l wi^i
stealing and rilling a package
from an R. F. D. box belonging
to C. S. Cagle. The offense is
alleged to have been committed
on Dec. 8,1908, and after taking
the package, Felix sold ifc-.fo Wain
Elms. He Avas brought , be for e
U. S. Commissioner, Horace \V".
Shepard, who bound him over to
the district court in the sum ol
§500 which his father gave, am'!
he was released.
The complaint was made by E.
D. Osborn, a post office inspector
who was hero investigating the
matter several we ago. Roi>
ertsoa is nothing but a boy being
only 14 years old and • ma'l of his
age, and much sympathy was
expressed for hi in when Jie was
brought before the commission -
The attention of the'Times
man was called this week to-the
large number of linehoraes which
have been shipped in here re-
cently from Indiana, Illinois and
other eastern states, by people
who have come here to make
their .home, "You would be
surprised" remarked i Cage
Beach, "to know the mu/iber of
little pile is badly worn before he
is home an hour. He stands off
the bailiff and keeps the rent paid
up. t ';
If-there is anoisre in the night,
dad kieked inthe back and
f\iTida to go down stairs, find the
b'lrghtl' and kilhbim.-t Mother
dams the socks but dad bought
j them first, and the needtasund
j the yarn ulterwards. ^Mothor
j does op the fruit; well dad paid
j fo r it "hiuT s a gar costs li ke the
Delegate McClure of Eagleton, my investors who
Wm. Cameron g Go.
Paints, Oils and Brushes.
No county shall be formed of
less than 400 square miles and. a
taxable wealth of 82,500,000, v. >r
shall any old county be divided
so as to bring its area and taxa-
ble wealth below these limit;
siding in the proposed new coun-|a part blood Choctaw, in explain- and bringiiheir fine horses wiiii
ing his vote asked that he might them. I have had my attention
speak in the Choctaw language, called to it many times recently,
The official reporter being unable and the importation of this tin-
to re(.ord the speech, Gabe E. stock is making the farmers..pee.
Parker of Academy, who also bah their eys and prick up tneir ea rs
Choctaw bloooil in his veins, was They realize the defeeis in the:r
asked to transcribe the speech .own i'.nimals when tlr-y see tee
No new county may be creatcd and interpret the speech for the i fine stock which is bei ..g bi o.ig i
so as to bring any line of the now offlciai record.
county within less than ten miles '
of the county seat of the county *;tas T'™es' , „ 0t
e i. / , J. Day, Jr, the new jeweler at
from winch the territory - j l|)e Altus Drug Store, is serious-
i 1 ty ill with erysipilas. We trust
When the aBgreK,te vale.-.. , be at w> benchagain.
all the property 111 a county snaii ;
be less than $2.5000,000, 23 per, John R Abernathy, United
cent of the qualified electors may > States Marshal for Oklahoma
p?tition for an election to decide 'Territory, the famous wolf
whether the county shall boor i catcher" of Frederic*, whose
ganized. If tli? majority vo i- cured his office by the grace of
..ffirniHtivf, the county gov i n President Roosevelt's friendship
ment wilt be abandoned ai d she md his dexterity in catching the
county attached as a district of' varmints with his naked hands,
the adjoiniug county having the was in town one day last week on
lowest valuation of taxable pr- p-, official business. Mr. Abernathy
er,v attracted considerable attention
Such uncrg*nized count ie* «s lie appeared o:i th * streets in
shall have four terms of the (his big white bet, light overcoat
county court each year and the and white muffler, with the im
county judire shall appoint a clerk j print of a big si* shooter plainly ly an out
from among the electors of *ch Jshowing underneath his overcoat j mdkman and the baker.
inhere, and a natural desire?"
keep up with the titr.es \*. i!! eai se
them to breed better and to j■ h \
more attention to tin* da -s «■. a:
imals they raise in t! e , future.
Prom CtrildreM Index.
We happened in ahometh
other night, ami over the p-r! ■:
door saw the legem!, vm !<• d
letters of red: ' Wh it is Hoei
Without a Mother':" Across tie-
way another brief motto * Geo
Hless Our Houie!"
Now, what's the matter with
God Bless Our Dad:" II" g« N
up early, lights the fire. b«>ils an
egif, grabs his dinner ] ail and
wipes the dew r-ff the dawn w ith
his boots, while manya ne ther
is sleeping. He Makes the week
for the gri«o r, the
Dad buy-; chickens for Sunday
dinner, carves them himself and
draws tlavneck from the j-uin9
after every one elseis served.
"What is home without moth*
erV' Yes, that is all'right, but
j what is home without a father?
j Tea chances to one it is a board-
i ing house, father is uhder a slab
1 and the landlady is a widow. ^
j Dad, here's to.y.ou! You've
• got your faults—you ' nifty have
| lots of tiiem- but you're all-"right
and we miss you .-when JJiu're
I gone. -y ■ . ^
Various howspaper.^ in the
coutrv have commented, mirth*
fully and otherwise, on the fact
ihat the' Ohio Penitentiary N-jvs
has been forced to suspend pub-
lication because there ^a're" no
printers in that institution to set
the type and get out the paper.
Very naturally the circumstan-
ces is considered fatforafcleto the
era'ft. There are moi'e than
twenty bankers in thoOlHo peui*
•.teiifary, with lawyers, Moclors,
brokers and other "highly • re-
spectable" citizens to spare,'but
n'ota single printer is numbered
among the convicts, and the Lord
:;nIy knows when there wilt be.
i Hurrah f o-the art preservative.
Sears, li ..back a id. Company
liave lecently made the state-
meiit- that they will not till gro-
cery orders in the future be-
cause of the passage of the pure
fo I la v. in other words it is
a confession that they have, been
doping their customers in the
oast with adulterated concoct-
i ns called groceries.. The refus-
ai t«> supply groceries is because
tiie.v must obey the l^w. Now
iiiat they can't sell you dope
j fi« :n which they exacted a 200
'per cent profit, they wont sell
jy.-.n anything. Only auother
proof ttiat yon should trade at
!. ,me with merchants whoro you
Un oa re not schem ing to beat
v> .u out of 90 cents of every dol-
lar you spend with them. Keep
m< n'-y«t lwmeai.deat un*
<i. , «ii fofKls and be liappy. —E*.
When you want groceries go to
1 ewcll O: l>e l^amar's.
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