Hollis Post-Herald (Hollis, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 22, 1910 Page: 3 of 8
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A visit to our store will con-
vince you that it will pay you
to trade where you can always
get what you want, like you
want it, when you want ii. Our
sto.kis the must complete in
Harmon County, of the hest
makes of everything, and the
prices are such that will appeal
to judicious and economical buy-
ers. have the goods, we
'ire here to sell the,goodst and we don't mind showing you the goods. Frankly, bonestly-and to the pomt-we want to sell more
foods to o-et more money to buy more goods to make more money. We make more money by moving our stock. Our prices are down to
where it must move. Call, investigate our stock, and get our prices, and you'll help us move it. ont turret tnat we have anv
3 jiove you want—Cook Stoves, Heaters, etc. Don t
•j boy a Buggy until you figure with us. We believe we can
! save you money. Tlie best Farm Wagons made can be
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found at this store.
LET US SHOW YOU
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Mrs. N. D. Wsai't. wlio has
been teaching needlework h'-re,
left, Wednesday for her home at
Miss Marie GribbTe of We'-
hngton, passed through Hollis
Willi I mi-a
Order your clothes from T.
PL Freeman lirst door east of
Lawrence Tin Shop.
R L. Williams has moved to
Hollis and has accepted a posi-
tion with Coley & Barnard.
Dr. Enlovv and Mr. Brack in of
Madge were in Hollis today. The
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Wednesday on her way home; Post.Herald acknowledges
from school in Austin, lexas.
Miss Hikireth .Jones came
home from Chickasha Wednesday
where she has boc-n attending
school, to spend the holidays.
LOST—In Hollis last Saturday
a purse containing mone\ and a
pleasant call ffora these gentle-
Don't ask your friends, to sign
your bond; let W. L, Frock write
them for you.
T^vo Assyrian gentlemen are
a purse uuiiiaiiiiiifi m• ,
deposit slip io favor of M r,." Me in Hollis with authority from the
Cauley by nn ICMonuo batik. j Turkish government to c ollect
Return to Post lhM-aid t-iiice and ! money for the spreading Of the
receive liberal reward gospel "in their country.
R. A. Ingram had U e nnsfor j Last weev u. P. Tice made the
tun • to have on2 tine col- killed J first shipment of cattle from
and another cnpnlod i • shipping J Hollis over the new rail road. It
them here from Ti > dnrifk. j was his intention to ship to Kan-
Miss Ethe. Jonrs left Tuesday I sas City, but on reaching Okla-
to snenJ Christmas at her home J hoina City he iound the market
in Jacksboro. Texas. j so good that he sold at tint place
Will Jones ot tea Cross left
Thursday for an extended visit
to the eastern part of the state,
W. W. Griffin left today for a
short visit in Chickasha.
Thos. Worrell of Halsmith
made final proof on his land be-
fore Judge King Thursday.
Miss Anna Dial is confined to
her room with a painful attac<
Complimentary to Judge Brown.
Complementary to District
Judge G. A. Brown of Mangum,
W. 0. Allison and Judge W. W.
Griffin crave a delightful four
course luncheon last Thursday
at 1:0J p. m.
The house was dec >rated with
Among those present were:
T. i\I. Robinson, of Altus; Mr,
Sartin of Oklahoma City; W. M
Sorey of Oklahoma City; U M.
Thack#*r of Mangum and Judge
C. W. King.
ular work occupied the after
noon: A delicious salad course
was served. The guests of the, jKa-
club were Miss Dollerhide and
: xKnauumanaaaaniiz ■mnommxsn
NOTICK OF PU'r.UCATIOM.
if Oklahoma ce
■ of Harmom
f.ulii Gentry. Defendant.
In the District Court
if said County.
a New Business in Hollis.
D. W. Parks from Denver,
Colorado, has put in a stock, of
holiday goods in a temporary
building next door to the Speon-
er hardware store.
As soon as he can secure a nij
n .t Growing Old.
suitable building, Mr. i ants don't believe she is as young as
will put in an up to date stock I she claims to be." "Of course she
of arts and crafts goods.
Precepts of Jefferson.
"Do not sit up late at night; sic,ctr
anil work in the daytime, iviae eji.'v-
and go to bed early. Avoid usivyv
reading and cultivsts '.be coa'pamon.
uwmu - „ i ship oi good books. Never icIJ a tie-
Said defendant. LulaGentry, will take notice or stoop to a mean act. He kind to
that slit* has been sufed in the above named every living creature. Speak no evifc
< anaw r the of any one. Be good, adore God. b -
ioyai to rrieuds and iteve your coua-
try better than yourself. Take hoi*
oi things by the smooth handle; avoid
disputes; do not turn pleasant cot*-
versat'.ion into heated argument. To >
t jch speaking Is not best. Never put
off tHl tomorrow what you can do to-
day Never spend your money before
you have it. Never buy what you do-
not r.e- d because it is < heap. Pride
costs uor.: than hunger, thJrst and
cold. We never repent ot having eaten,
ion little. Never borrow trouble."—
Court for a divoven and must ansvv r the
petition tiled therein by said plaintiff. on or
before the "2lst. day of December. 1010 or said
petition will bo taken as true and n judgment
for said plaintiff for a decree of divorce will be
rendered ae o ord in Kly,
H. V. Davis. Clerk of District Court.
Willian W. Giiflln .-ittorney For Plaintiff
Der t. :i
~ja _.3rvgrJ;c--y.7-^v 'r'^aAi;\' r. i■MinTifwnm
V/e sell the best qualify of fresh and cured
Meats to be r.aJ in the market. We show
our appreciation of your trade by giving
you the best of service and prompt delivery
Hon. C. H. Madden at Home.
Hon. C. H. Gladden returned!
from the Capital upon the ad
journment of the special session
and is spending toe holidays
with his family and friends.
It is commonly reported that
Mr. Madden is alreay taking a
prominent place in the leeisla
tur« and that he has made a very
favorable impression upon that
body. In is understood t-liat lie
has the recognition of the Chair
on all important measures. It
is further predicted that he will
maue a record in the house.
V. V. COLE, Proprietor.
The B and T Club met with
rs. J. Day. There was a
short basiness session and after
that an extremely amusing con-
test. The hostess served dainty
The G D Club met with Miss
Vance L gin at
[Hollis Post-Herald Nov. 10 IrtbO
Str.te of Oklahoma ,n l!u, Disni.-t court"? |
said County. No. Hi.
Frank B. Crockett, Plaintiff ■
Benjamin W.'.Francis. Laura B. 1 rari"K. \V<1 ,
liara B. Denton. H. J. Denton and R. L. Tbomi>
Said above named defendants. Ben jamin \V. j
rFaneis. and Laara B. Francis will tafee n • ce
that they have been sued in the above n:;n:eil
eourt upon three certain promissory notes
made and executed by tl.-e said Ben; a .mi v.".
Francis nn^Ltunt P. Franc.* on Dei'arr.'wr
190S. Payabie toortlerof William B. Denton,
said notes beintf seeured by a murtip.'e t-n the
South half of the Southe.ist i:ua:-:er of
■tiona 17 seventeen. Township four '
of llanire S4 twenty-four West 1 >; tfto
it alleged t-> lie due on said no'cs i.r'r.j
$&I4.«1 w".!i i-iiere-t at tbe rate of 1) per i
per annti:n from ' -'usl Jt>. Iit beinsr
aliened :t t :> - i n said i-nuse that a'l o!
said ,im-:>tid unpaid and said above .
descrii .-l i ind I.- to be taken ti procec.i-,
in-s to foreclose the mortjtajte uitains" same
ttiven asalleiredto secure the payment of
said notes, it bein# aliened that the l iinn: is j
now the l ual owner and holder «>f said nou--^ ,
and morttraife by a>s!ifOiiient and transfer
from William B. Denton to the '/ainti.:. t>e-
fore maturity of sa'1 notes and tor valuable
id William B. Dcr.i J..
U. -I. Demon and it. L. Tlioauwoa are sued]
herein us endo!>. :r> ";i s-iitl notes and ii<
been duly served with vjmisotLs hereit. i
the said Benjamin V Fr r.."is mil Laura H. '
Francis «re duly shown by the aft!.la" 't of
plaintiff to he non-re*>.deat ■>' toe Ma.r o:'
Okl.:h'ima that service o. ->tim i:.«n- i-.mii.it t.e
bad uiion them or either <>f them in tlii st.ii.-
The saiil defendants, lienjamln W. F.-unri
an l I.aura B francis ':."tst an->vrer the i-etitinn
lil«l therein on ur liefurw the Uod <i:r- or
! ir.n't, Dion t you hear her confess a
j moment tigo that she cotild very well
j remember when evarybody was crazy
about Omar Khayyam?"
! The oldest Insurance Co. iir
ld iiainps! ire" bucket cof- j the worM is the Sun. W. 1^
K . A G. o«-er.v Co. | Prock resident agent.
THE NEW WAY OF SMOKING MEAT'
I lib Mip B f WRIGHTS CONDENSED SMOKE
direcHy to the meat with a brush after the fcat hM Rone
ithrmiB-h the salt it will be thoroughly smoked, will have a
delicious flavor and will keep solid and sweet and free from
insec's through the en tiro summer.
Wright's Condensed Smoke
lVJ^jJ_—11Jls a liquid smoke and contains nothing except what is obtalnea
by burning ^o^y w<™a. it is ^^ 1 "a'tUe"win smoke a b.im-1 of meat
metal cap. NLM.R , . Jrili?ts at 7.V Every bottle guamnteed. Ask
^W'Vo/fREK BOOK. sure to get the genuine
WRIGHT S CONDENSED SMOKE. Made only by
utll & -
^ THE E. H. WRICHT CO., Ltd., Kansas City, Mo,
tiie hollis drug company
11 tier 1910 e
le and • jnd/meni
Lhe amount wed for o
mid ntort(a(e «h <ald la*
all r* per a 3d Beteoui y
■ ill « i*rsdrred rti rrji
This tne 9th day of N'. v
' K_F.wusatri..f.be G
I icon Count;. Ofclaboira
th 2 home of.A • M ^cw *r AttorDCT
Mrs. K. A. Willians. The reR '
•CO a full ine Drugs, Patent medicines Stationery, «-
,i T.i'fi'ets and paints. Syringes, Tombs and Brushes, e-
je-fumes and Toilet Articles. g
Box Candies, biggest and best line of Cigars and Pipes g
_ in Hollis. Paints, Oils and Window Glass.
< prescriptions correctly filled^
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Roberts, Luther. Hollis Post-Herald (Hollis, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 22, 1910, newspaper, December 22, 1910; Hollis, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc185481/m1/3/: accessed May 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.