Hollis Post-Herald. (Hollis, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 2, 1920 Page: 4 of 8
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Your Deposits Guaranteed
YOUR BUSINESS CONFIDENTIAL
THE FARMERS STATE BANK
The Hollis Post-Herald
J. WARREN WHITB
Published Every Thursday
Hollis, Harmon Co.. Okla.
"To Live and Let Live" is our
motto. 0. K. Tailoring Co.
600 acres fine agriculture land. |
Will lease in one block or smaller
tracts. For full particulars call
at this office. 42*^
"Money saved is money made."
Buy your cloihes from us and
xeep the difference in your poc-
ket. It will assist you in meet-
ing the high cost of living. O.
K. Tailoring Co. %
BUSINESS LOCALS i s«<.a your go i tnon<* h
r nA Clothes.—where every dol-
, ™ (Z lar has 100 cents value. 0. K.
Eventnally.O K. Ta-.lcJri g Tailoring Co.
Why not now? Phone 328.
Before you place your order
for that fall suit you had better
investigate. Step up to the 0.
K. Tailoring Co. and look
Alfalfa Seed for Sale
Mr Alfalfa seed areclem arfd
clear of Russian thistle. A y
owaut furnished 00 applica-
tion. Satisfaction «*aranwed.
T. A. Sheriff. Louis, Okla. 41tt.
The O. K. way m6ans the right
way- Have your clothes cleaned
bf the O. K. Tailoring Co. Phone
♦ J. L. DAVIDSON o
600 acres fine agriculture land.
'"Will lease inane block or smaller
tracts. For full particulars call
at this office. 42"43-
Subscribe to the Pqst,"Heraie.
Farm for Sale.
160 acres school land 51-2
miles northwest of Hollis, Fair-
view, district 55. Three room;
house and two room tenant house.
Good tank. 125 acres in cultiva-
tion, balance good pasture. This
is considered the best wheat
farm in Harmon county. Situat-
ed on State Highway and graded
jcounty road. Maize, kaffir, cot-
ton crop included in offer.
Price, $9,000.00. Terms can be
arranged. See J. A. McFall, on
the place. Route 3, Hollis. Ok-
lahoma. 42 It 1
♦ work and Upholstering. ^
We Set Automobile Tires
We Can Do Your Work and Do It «f
♦ Right i
| y TELEPHONES; OFFICE, 209; RESIDENCE, 137 #
1 hollis, OKLA;.f
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Have you ever figured how quickly you can pay
for a Ford Truck in the saving of time in your
In hauling Cotton, Feed, Stock or
Grain, why make only one trip per
day, when with a Truck you can
just as easily make four trips?
The average f armer can make a Ford Truck pay
for itself in one season. We can make delivery
on a few Trucks at present, but they , will not
A load of Tractors is expected this week. Bet-
ter get yours while available.
HALL & BERRY
Ford and Fordson Dealers
Let Me Worry
Goodyear Skill-as Represented
in Tires for Small Cars
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The hi«h relative value built into
Goodyear Tires, of the 30x3.,30x3*.
and 31 x 4-inch sizes, results airectly
from the extraordinary skill and care
applied to their manufacture.
To make their quality availably
A PORCH, new doors and
windows, a better roof.
shutters—and the old home
is almost new again. If you
think it can't be done, then study these pictures careful!}.
A glazed door providing a daylight vestibule replaces the old front
stoop. Wings at the sides made possible both a hvtag porch, anda
sleeping porch. A broad roof and shutters add a touch of hominess.
liHhis simple way, a home of beauty and usefulness was made out of
an old house. . .
If vou are unable to build a new home just now why not remodel
the old hc.iw - A little fixing ht-e 2nd tnere *ih make it more com-
fortable and livable. If it is shabby, remodeling wad improve its
appearance and value. - .
You *::: be prised acd jfea*d f-r:r !**
it is to remodel in old house. Gome in and we 11 talk it over together.
R. B. Coleman, Mgr.
If vou own a ford, Chevrolet, Dort,
Maxwell or other car taking one ot
these sizes, you can equip it with
Goodyear Tires at our nearest Service
Go there for the exceptional value ia
these tires made possiole by ^OGU*
year's resources, experience and
demonstrated expertness in tire man-
10*3VfeGoodvrarDouble-Cure $9 "250
Ail-Weather Tread ■ ** *•>
30x3''2 Gooovear Sircle-Cure S"} 1^2
Fifcr--. Anti-Skid Trtad
V, _ Hrvr Tourist Tubes cost no more than the price
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White, J. Warren. Hollis Post-Herald. (Hollis, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 2, 1920, newspaper, September 2, 1920; Hollis, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc185388/m1/4/: accessed December 13, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.