The Hollis Post--Herald (Hollis, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 28, 1910 Page: 7 of 8
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We do all kinds of Tin work,
Tanks. Gutter, Roofing, Well Cas-
ing, Flues, Ornamental Cresting,
We have the best equiped shop
in South West Oklahoma, and are
prepared to do anything in the
Sheet Metal line. The price is
right and workmanship fully
guaranteed. If you want your
work done with dispatch and
done right see us.
TO DISSOLVE HARMON COUNTY county court
Suit to be Heard on May 18—Co-inoideut With the
Arrival of Halley'a Comet.
Ever since the organization of 400 square miles of taxable ana. h0W8:
the county a dissatisfied aud dis-1 As for the first alteration, which Criminal Cases.
is sworn to by the man who was Case No. 41. The State vs.
loudest in the or, of perjury J"" Bates tran.porttaa Ilqoor,
.. not guilty.
against tnose who made affidavit Caee No. 45, State vs. Dallas
that it did not contain 15,000 peo- Tucker, bound over to District
pie, he tias no way of knowing or J Court.
oi proving the truth of his as-l Case No 46. The State vs.
seriion As to the second, it is Bine Wheeled bound over to
gruntled element, aided and
.abetted by certain Mangum peo-
ple, have been making desperate
efforts to dissolve the same. A
Mangum bank is said to have
guaranteed the fees of the Guth-
rie lawyer who is the only man
County Court convened April
>I8th The business asaigned
| for trial was disposed of as fol-
who will be'benefited by the agi- absolutely untrue as the records
tation. John Reedy of Vinson is
the cats paw being used to pull
the chestnuts from the tire.
After repeated efforts to induce
the governor to consent to the
suit which he has always refused
to do, the attorney general has
finally given his consent to the
The grounds for complaint
of the land office at Lawton will
Ca e No. 43. The State vsl
S, N. Campbell, dismissed on
motion of County Attorney at
There is no n-ssiole danger of jCusl 0f prosfceuiiug witness,
the decision of the supreme! Case No. 4W. Tne State vs.
court's being unfavorable to the Taylor Warner, continued by
county and our people should!*1''^^^yj^CASEli
suffer no uneasiness on that ^ p.rat 8ute
score. The only damage will be ^ ^ va Taylor Br09.
the unsettled ^condition of affairs d b agreement.
which always results from such t a W>
agitation,, however trivial the!
Case No 22. T. S. Watts '8,
set up are two: That the count; j " O |W. M. Keeaaee. rentiuued by
did not contain more than 12,500 j Harmon County is still on the J
people and that it aid not contain map and'will continue there.
Itev. R. P. Witt attended thedeparted Monday for his home
debate at Dryden several days
Mrs. Moore returned last
week from a visit of several days
with relatives in Texas
W. F. Tygart Jr. of Mangum
was a visitor in our town one day
Jas. Hamby recently of Texas
is spending a few days with his
Case No. 25. Viles & Wil
liams vs. H P. Mo s, judgment
Case No. 26. Vi es & Williams,
vs. H. P. Moss, judgment for;
Case No 27. The State Ux Rel
E. M. Stewart County Attorney
Cotton plantiug is the order of
the day in this part.
The Martin gin is being moved
to Gould this week.
There are several cases of
roseola in this community,
i' Velm , the little daughter of
'Mr. and Mrs. Q.-P. Mott has
been quite sick for several days
but we are proud to say she is
improving and we hope she will
soon be well and able to return
to school again.
Mr. and Mrs. Hunt of Lodessa
were visiting friends here Sat
Grain looks fine at present.
Bro. Holeman filled his regu
lar appointment at the Baptist
Sanders of Halsmith last Friday
night. All report a nice time.
Frank Richerson and wife vis-
ited near El Dorado last Friday.
Ray Martin of Arlie, Texas,
visited Curtis Ea«on Sunday
There w*s pivach'ng at No 4
last Sunday evening by Bro.
B«'.b R'cherson hud the mis
fortune to lose a ho* la-t Fiiday
been visiting here for several
days retuvned to her home at
brother, J. W. \$,*vnpy. He is 6 10.20.
en route to his farm recently Paper:
purchased in Beckham County,
Jas. Duffy returned Saturday
from a business trip to Chicki.
sha and Oklahoma City.
B. B. Baker of Madge candi-
date for commissioner was lec-
tioneering in town Saturday
Grandpa and Grandma Over-
ton who have been spending
the Winter with relatives at Ard-
more have returned home
Prof Roberts who has been
teaching the Cave ( reek school
I, Y. P. U. Program
May 1, ltflO. ._
Subject: "I Have Fought the 1 vs. Carl Hopipau et al—suit eft.
Good Fight." |bond—continued to* term it-
Leader-—H. J. Denton. I agreement.
Song: "Onward, Christian Sol-1 Case No. 2k. J X Moran vs.
diers." I J. B. Smith, appeal dismissed.
Scripture reading: Epbesiansl Case No; 80. B L. Gardner
1 vs. J. M. and Sarah Diamond,
'The Christian Life at new trial granted.
Battle."—Miss Stella Skaggs.
Taik: "Caleb, a Game Old
Paper: "Paul, a Grand Fight-
er."—Miss John Keys.
Talk aoout some spiritual vic-
tors— E. C. Abernathy.
Case No. 81. Colev Barnard
Imp. Co. vs R L. Parker—ap
Case No 82. J. H. Carver vs.
A. Scruggs, judgment lor
For rapid dispatch of business
Paper; "The Foes We Fight." and the short time which the
Reading: "The Song of the
Fighter"—Psalm 56—John Dix*
The school is progressing nice
ly, and well attended. It was
visited last Friday afternoon b*
Kufus Ramoier, Bob Richardson,
Curtis and Clyde Eason of No. 4.
Mrs. Vaughan will soon be up
again if she keeps improving.
There was a party at Clarence
Sandier's last Friday night All
report a nice time.
Tne singing at Bay 1 us Kite's
last Sunday nigpt was well at
J. T. Essary's horse was miss
fog last Monday morning and
they haven't heard from it.
R, D. Paves and W. Worrell of
place went fishing last Fri
day but didn't have much luck.
There will Da i reaching h^re
; next Saturday at eleven o'clock,
Saturday night and Sunday by
Bro. Redman. Every body come
out and bear him.
Crop* in Uit« part of Harmon
county are badly in need of rain.
Health is good-only a few
cases of blues on account of sand
Rev. M L. Scivally will preacb
at Bearden the third Suuday in
May—Every one invited.
Arch Cummiogs of Elba was
visiting in this neighborhood
last week. Whil* here he went
to Hollis and purchased a sup-
ply of groceries He said he
nought them for several dollars
less than Quanah and Kirkland
Ohas. Russell of Blue Grove,
Texas, is visiting relatives in
Our sliool is doing *ood work
under the able management of
Prof. Aufiill and Miss Mamie
I have purchased the grocery business of
ViK & Williams at The Famous and will
at all times keep in stock the best grocer-
ies to be had .*
If you have trouble in finding' what you
want for your table, give us a call you
will find us supplied at all times with the
best brands of goods
The wind and sand of the pa«t
few davs did considerable dam-
age to corn and other growing
crops in this community.
Mrs. Joyner who ha*. oeen
sick tor tne past w« ek is a b e to
be « ui attain.
Gran*|>a Willis i* reported
quite *icK with ..neumonii this
The W. O. VV. of inn place
The Best Goods at prices as low as th*y
can be sold .* •* •'
M. L PORTWOOl). flw Cash Grocer.
jurors were kept from their
business, only two days, this
term of the court has probably
never been equaled in Oklahoma.
I F. Onis.
Don't Get Seared. J E. F. (Ned) Davis, the geniel,
Don't get scared Kt ihejuilk the J accommodating and efficient Dls-
rai.roads make against the treat- Itrict Clerk of Harmon county,
ment thev are receiving at the!nnmiunaes a* a candidate for re-
hanna oi the commission. Don't [election to that office, subject to
ge israred at the tbr ats they J the action of the Democratic
make to abandon all ttieir build -I prim try August 2,1810.
in« projects in the state unless! Mr Davis has been a iesident
the commission makes ceifainlof what is now Harmon County
concessions*. The commission is!tor the past eleven ye*rs. He
not gi'ing to retrench; neither (is a uative of the great State of
will the railroads cease opera [Texasand it is needless to *tate
Uons'in the state. Oklahoma is I that he is a Democrat. For
well up to the front in railroad [years he was a teacher in the
building, as she is in every other I public schools, filling many im-
liue of progress. Railroads will jportant positions in Texas, New
continue to build in Oklahoma, I Mexico and Oklali"ma. He is 47
because the people are here; I years old and has spent his time
the tonnage is here, and that's [in active work.
what the railroads want. I In asking the people for a re-
[election, Mr. Davis invites the
I closest examination of his work
^Baptist! District Clerk. believes
i ^t & puWie 0ffice i« public
trust and that it belongs to the
The ladies of the
.jirurcb will give a Tea Monday 1
afternoon from three o'clock till!
six o c ock at the home of Mrs-1" "bUc rather than to any indi*
W J. Johnson. Everybody in-1M<i that the people at all
viled U. attend.
palled oi a big one h^ie ast
Us. 4 ItiM- Tuesday night. The degree
t';a<iiimn$ft®lv> team and"iWe'ra of the Sfaogum
vesy goSjd at th V S^nt- camp were o n am conferred
Most aU of the (armtni of thia Uie «urh on v ctim«. All
community are planting cotton, j report a good time
There was a party at Clareac Mr* W A Ripuy who iu.s
lvidual, and that the people at all
i times have the right to call upon
Editor Tboa. Durham of the! m officer to render an account
Wellington Leader passed! 0f his stewardship. But on sc«
through Hollis yesterday on hisjopuntof the enormous expense
way home fn'm Altus. He saysjto which he has been durttic lb#
that the tracklayers are outipast year, and since the present
about eight miles west of Altus!term has been a short one, ha
and are rapidly pushing this!would especially appreciate a
way. Durham is putting out a!* reflection at the coming pri-
ce wsy paper end judging from I mary.
bis advertisng patronage, he is | He promises the same faithful
some hustler. (work in t «. :utu e th*t has
Mr. .«d Mrit. 8. L,
Wichita Falls, visited- the Post I G. W. Burleson sud J . P. Ri
tie raid office Wednesday. | ley of Grayson County, Texaa,
n t i Mf. p C land J H. Burleson of Vinson
P ^ ' MtS * • . . . j iir rp H'Ufihii an^
Nance, MisitCiaudieNance, Mrt- j*** *i*itilg W T. Hag
Maud Hudson, Martin Hardin,ltaxaily
E. A. McKnight, left Wedneeday |
night for the Confedrate Veter-
an's Ke utiioa at Mobile, Ala.
One 4 year old horse and a
^ good buggy Ham *afs for
Miss $doa tlarieyTformerly I woman to drive Good SPotk
county cjurt stenographer at I horse. BucVf
tbi. p ace, has accepted a poai- WU1 eeU lor c«k or crjdtt. J a
t ou With the Oklahoma State Thos. B. Hufat P -t ttwald of
•naukat^., lflce.HoUis.OeU _
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Roberts, Luther. The Hollis Post--Herald (Hollis, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 28, 1910, newspaper, April 28, 1910; Hollis, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc185535/m1/7/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.