The Hollis Post--Herald (Hollis, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 22, 1910 Page: 4 of 9
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HOLLIS POST HERALD
LUKE ROBERTS, Prop, and Pub
LUTHER ROBERTS, Editor.
Subscription Price 11.00 The Year.
Entered at Tost OHIce lr. Hollis Oklahoma s*
econ class mall matter
THURSDAY, SRPT. '22 1910
County J udge,
C. W. KING,
E. M. STEWART
Register of Deeds,
J. B. OVERTON
J. II. SCRUGGS.
P. W. NAN OR
Win. R. AUFILL.
E. F. (NED) DAVIS
.1. D. READY.
C H. MADDEN
Supt. Public 1 nstruciion
G. P. MORTON
Pkeoinvt No 2.
Precinct N". I
N. F, A BERN ATM V
Precinct No. ii.
I. M. GIBBON
TwpTrustee, Hop s Two.
STATE (>K OKI. A UOM A I
COUNTY OK HARMON r
Xotlcp Is hereby irlvi>n thut oniiieutli ilu>
<,r Auifust A. l). iv i'>. •' 'I' VVV1l,,n M- w-
\Veldon. Mrs. S. K. t 'orlrv and Mrs M. K.
llnilev Bled In the Count* of the Counts
ot Harmon, State of OK|.ih,. .1.1, a pvutlop
l.raylnn for Letters nf AilmlnUtmlon to lif
Issued to VV. IJ. Uroves upin the estate ol
William A J. Weldon,.I.MMM«Ml, late ot the
County of Harmon and Si ale-nf Oklahoma.
And. pursuant to an order of said Counts
Ciiurl, Tuosday the tMh ,la\ ot Si plemher. A
D. 1010, at I he hour of l::to o'olutMi p. m.. of said
dav. that helntr a day of ths'VeiMlar Septem-
ber term. A. D. Win of said County Court, has
been appointed as the time for hearing said
application, when iiiiil where am persm in-
terested may contest said petition by flIilK'
written opposition thereto on the trround ot
incompetency Of the applicant or may assert
hlsown rights to the ;u1| lnlstriition and pray
that letters be Issued to himself.
Witness C. W. Kit)r .Indue of the Count)
Court of the County of Harmon and the Sea
of the Court affixed, the tilth, da v of Auuust
1910. C. W. King. Count \ .Indue
A. M. StewartAtty. for Petitioner*.
JUST ANOTHER WORD.
We g< t a great many letters
like the following, which show
that our eff orts have been appro
"Okemah, Ok., Sept. 15.—The
Post Herald; Dear Sirs: Enclos-
ed herewith I hand you my check
for the sum of $1.00, for which
please enter my subscription to
the Post Herald for one year.
My reason for subscribing for
vour paper is because you are
'gam':' enough to combat So
"I beg to rnmain, yours trulv,
C K Guthrie,
Clerk of the Ninth Judicial Dis
A letter from Rev. G G. Ilairi
ilton, Crowell, Texas, says:
"Your cause is just. Gn on
with the war. You are peculiar-
ly fitted fcr such work as this.
Your keen analytical mind goes
i-iglit to the heart of this busi-
ness. On with the battle!"
Attorney J. H. Lawson of Al-
tus, who is also a preacher 111
the Christian church, writes:
"Socialism can be mer. and
utist be met. It is the greatest
winy of the working class."
Congressman Scott Ferris
writes that he will try to arrange
a debate between us and his op-
onnent, H, H. Stallard of Sn.v-
entire county, and preaches to a
larger congregation than any
man, of any denomination, in the
history of his town. But the
Crowell comerades have no use
for Hamilton. He wiped up the
earth with their agitators, and
now they have turned the tongue
of slander upon him --The lying
f<et our readers get Fred War
ren's little booklet—'"Why The
Church Is Opposed To Social
is in; "—Let theib read thedeliy-
eranees of the socialist leaders
on the floor of their national con
vention where they attack organ
ized Christianity,- and you'll
understand the vicious attacks
they make upon our ministers.
We have little use for the out-
fit and less for the weak kneed
sentimentalist who cjuills with
CONTENTMENT VS VIS
The ignoramus boasts of his
ignorance of t.he world move-
ments while he chases the val-
ued coins, safe in the security
.vhicli the bl -od of the martyrs
has bought. The sluggish swine
eats the acorns in the shade of
tne oak with no thought of the
w ... . , prescience of a gracious Provi-
ler. We will be glad to meet, 1 „ .
'ence. Every man i> debtor to
that gentleman at any time, at
tny place in the bounds of the
Fifth District. And not to
interfere with his i tin -
rnr\', we will meet his prear-
ranged dtt.es in nnv eonntv s^nt
ir other town of on° lhr iis"TV1
onpulntion In t' e district, where
he "rohhers and thieves of the
•apitaUst avstem" think the de-
bate is needed.
Thr re are two men especiallv
've want t. > moot in Harmon conn
'y— Agitators Stanton nud Snow.
They have both gone forth he
"itir g us and issuing their loud-
nouthed socialistic challengos.
rhe«e challenges hnve bef-n ac-
cepted and these agitators have
•rawfishixl. Snow is reported
is saying thnt our quotations
Prom soninlist nutho-ritie* are
'ortreries We never hoard the
statement from him direct; but
if ho made 'lie statement, hp lied,
and we dare him to meet, us en
•he stump and thrash out, this
the past, and to those intellect-
ti'il pioneers who have blazed the
,v,iy as John Baptists for the
progress of civilisation. We
have eur liberty t-day because
some hero of tie* pastiiad brains,
courage and inspiration
Ask the "practial" mao how
\e «ot i.ur stuff to town, and he
vi 11 tell y,)u the road and the
rate—For he is a "practical"
man and taboos theories. Ask
him how much of sweat and toil
.oid mental strain it required to
survey that roadbed; h< W much
of skill and energy and genius
Hid heroism lies back of that
iv ad bed and tin throbbing en-
gine drawing the nation's coin-
nerce across its bosom. Bacu
of all our freedom; back of all
tur institutions, and all the in
vt ntions which lessen the tedium
of toil and narrow thn scope of
the unknown, can be found the
blood of sacred suffering.
Once we of the South pieKeu
NOTICKTOTHE VOTKKS OK HA 1.SMITH.
NO, 3. HOLLIS TWP.
The following described territory heretofore
In llalsmith voting preelnet has been nttneheci
to Hollis votlnir preelnet. No. i Hollis Town-
Ueirinnlnir on Ilange line nventy-tlve and
twenty-six West at the N K corner See. 13. T
•j, k S v thence west alotut «eeilon line to the
N. W. corner of see. ir., T. •! U 29. thenei
South alonij section line to Heil river :henee
down Red river to ram-e line t ei « ecu ranues
l vventj'-tlve and twents mx t ben,-e North alone
nM hne to the place .-r betftmimt. All
(Hialltled voters reHidmif in saiil terri -orv can
vote at Hollis on the next general election
7. N. Pel ree.
O. E. McClure.
Peoretarr.. County Election Board
Potato Yeast Bread.
Slice Tory thin two medUitn-Blzed
will to potatoes, put Into a stouo crock (
«nd add n tableepoonful of sugar.
Ithree tablespoonfuls of meal, one tea-
jppoonful of palt and two cups of boll-
Hng water. Set in a warm place until
snorning. In the morning, after the
(mixture has Btood about twelve hours,
^Iraln off tbe water and ndd to it two
itea cups of heated sweet milk, one
iteaspoonful of salt, one tableepoonful
of sugar and enough flour to make a
*tlff battfcr. Set In a warm place un-
til light, then add a pinch of soda and
« tablespoonful of lard. Work In flour
1o make ft stiff dough, knead well,
make into loaves, set these to rise,
Peat two eses light and add to •
pint sour cream, into which a tea-
H-oonful soda has been beaten Add
half a teaspoonful salt and flour to
make a thin batter lour in w<.ll-
greased waffle irons which must be
piping hot. Turn the iron the mo-
ment It Is filled, shut It. and In a few
moments turn again When the waf-
fles are brown on both 6idee place
Sn Uyera and eerve very hot. cutting
through the layers to serve. Eat wilfc
plenty of butter and honey.
lyvtvos Altus >:!" a. in.
Arrives at Hollis 1215 p. m
fweaves Hollis 1:15 p. iu.
Arrive# at Altus 5 p. in.
•pipstion Aft,«r we demolish jc tton, and ginned enough with
-tinton hihI Snrw in th^ir ordor
oid inett Stallard, we will he
rpad.v for others. Wt> will t,„lro
thorn in the ordpr in which their
challenges are issued: and every
howling dot vi h who comes with
sweeping charges and challenges
hnd just, as wpiI prepare for for-
ensic war or hunt the jimsons.
They have attacked us on the
charges made in these column!*,
•inn propositions for discussion
■ 11 n^t civr>r these charges. "We
t. discuss a mess of tom
-nnlrrv ,.ra set of j
our lingers to make clothes.
Picking cotton, while 't is an
honorable vocation, is one of the
• Msiest things in the world i<'
do—a baboon can pick cotton
But, when the fertile brain ol
laJli Whitney was set to ginning
it,, evei'ib dy \\>.-nt to raising
If til. rc had b en no Abrabair
xviih his radiant visioi , ti c
world would still be in Harir
ness. If there had b en no'
prophet like Isaiah, the hyht ol
which closes the door against an
attack on the vices and vagaries
of Sociaktom We ard in earnest
about this matter -we mpan bus-
iness; and if one of these agitat-
ors wiM come across, we promise
th<* people a hot time, with polem-
ic blood ar.d hair and the ground
fjOt t 'ie kn in rids kum—each
in his own order—Stanton and
Snow tho ti'*stfrnits And if th"
local kumrids can't raise the
ivressury $;! p< r. we'll take a
col'ecti'm fr, m th" "thieves and
Just Opened Up. Brand new
stock. Best grades. Best prices.
Best everything. Nice people to
do business with. On corner south
of Dr. Jones's residence.
C. W. Roberts, Myr. Hollis Okla.
Fourtn Annual State Fair.
At Oklahoma Citv, September
27 to October 9,1910. The great
livestock, agriculturalai d indus-
trial exposition of Oklahoma.
Daily air ship flights; brilliant
horse show; seventeen depart
ments; great livestock show;
racing each day except Sunday.
Send for premium list and make
an exhibit. I. S. Mahan Secre-
We Pay Cash
W. H Dickey of Mangum, it*
making the best farm loans, and
has the cheapest money. He
pays out the day the paoers are
signed Write or phone him to
come at once. He is doing the
quickest, work and gives you
the best terms.
W. C. Savage, Pastor.
^reaching evp.rv Sunday at It a. in. and 8:30
Sunday School every Sunday 9:45 a. m.
K. D Miller. Sup'L
.lunlor League every Sunday 3:30 p. m, Mrs
J. J. Kwing. Sup't.
Teachers meeting every Tuesday evenin*
x:30 p m. Luke Roberts, Teacher.
Choir practice every Wednesday evening ai
M:30 p m. SV. B. Niles. Director.
You are invited
Lots at a Bargain.
Two lots close in will be sold
for one third less than the price
of adjoining property. Must b<j
sold this month Rnquire at
Rye Seed $1.25 a bushel ai
tiendrlcK & Ingram.
Miss Murriel Jones is on the
Virgtd Lindsey came in sick
from Headrick Mondcy.
J. M. Truax left Saturday for
a ousiness trip to Altus, Clinton
and Elk City to investigate the
bro'un corn condition.
JS Truax Produce (o |
-5 S i -5 -5 -5 '•* ' > 't"t«1<'•>'(*'(> -5 = 5-5 -5 -5?
For CREAM, Poultry, Butter, Eggs, Hides,
PURS and; PRODUCE. We have a readv
Market for all your produce and are ready to
buy at all times. Jist opened 3rd Door
West of First State Bank, Hollis, Oklahoma.
AGENTS EOR IOWA DAIRY SEPARATOR
■■■ in 'I l Will III i llllillDIIHIIIfflWIII W 1111
Are you going to build?
Does your house not d repairing'
What, about a Coat of Paint?
THE GREER COUNTY LUMBER COMPANY
can till your bill to your entire satisfaction. They
will save you money.
S HER WIN & WILLIAMS PAINT is the best in
the world. Try it and be convinced.
Greer County Lumber Co ,
ON SOUTH >1DI£
J. T. PARKS.
All Work (iuaranleed. (f*
Let me tigurc on your j"t> in thtj
city or out of it. ^
AT THE COMMERCIAL HO I EL, ip
fallen on the world. Mut for
the faith and mastery of a Paul
the Gentile world would have
remained without the pale of tIn
Christian church But for the
courage and inspi"atlon of a
Martin Luther the ran it and tile
of us would still ba licking the
boots of the Roman P ipe
It is the pa t of these men to
toil, and struggle, a ,d tight, and
Not theirs to reason win
N<>i iheir-i to make repl>
'I'lieirs but to <l \ ani ,lie
— and it is ours to euter upoi
robbors of the capitalist system" j th^r labors and d*t-ii iu the se-
to hold their ribs while h'istleurity purchased with the blood
their hides. Let thk kumrids ,,f the,r sacrifice.
kum. ;\n,i we have no right to cla«s
W«* havM b* en letting the com-j ourselves as men until we have
rades re*t for awhile; but we by a like c.o-rage and f.iitli prov-
understaud they ar«i talking tie en ourselves worthy of tne h r
bate twain, and circulating the'itajf into which w- have en
report that Georg. Hamilton of ten d.
^ dodge K. L Williams of the
C-u rt is
-, ii. . .i -< book,
h,.,n -. a,,.I * in tho asylum Oklal.oma s,■
Som,. trin« scundn-tCrowell b<•inl-, " can'JlJa,<'
,-,Mwn l here, an.l,for 1 nH<"1 St;,|..« S-nat-1.,
succeed Senator O ven. .Indue
iias >ent tha
the Harmon county comrades
gladly iieddie it out. Hamilton
suffered a rervous collapse live
weeks ago. due to overwork, and
was taken to li s father's home
a Garner. Texas, for a rest He
is now at he uie where he has the
Williams was a mem In1 r of the
Constitutional Convention and is
a lawver of ability
Some men's fri i dships art
limited to the number of persons
whom thev can compd t lick
coutideucc and aduiiratiou of bis thcu' tools
Ready For Business
I want to thank you for the liberal patronage given me the
past two years as Gin and Coal customers. I have put my
gin in first class shape and everything is running nicely. I
can do you as good or better work than anybody in Oklaho-
ma, as I have the latest improved machinery I will cer-
tainly appreciate a continuation of your liberal support and
assure you that it will be our aim at all times to get you
the very best results possible. I have a large amount of
the famous Colorado coals ordereJ. such as Maitland. Trojan,
Sambo. Niggerhead and Canyon Citv District I tiinp. and I now
have bills for two cars of this coal wnicli will berc in a few
days and more to follow from time to time.
I believe I can make it to your I iterest to buy fr^m me Promising you courteous
tieatment and honest weights, I im yur frit nd,
MALL GIN COM PANY
BY SAM C. 11ALI
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Roberts, Luther. The Hollis Post--Herald (Hollis, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 22, 1910, newspaper, September 22, 1910; Hollis, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc185354/m1/4/: accessed December 17, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.