Harmon County Tribune (Hollis, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 20, 1916 Page: 1 of 8
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riOLLIS, HARMON COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, 1AURSDAY, APRIL 20, I l«.
To The Trade 1
<jj We are now located in our New Brick Building with
an up-to-date stock of Groceries which we offer to the
trade at remarkably low prices, quality considered.
It Is Our Policy To Make
q We know your needs and are prepared to supply
them. We need your business and you need our goods.
A Visit To the Store Will Convince You
That You Are In The Right Place.
q Thanking you for the nice business given us in the
PMt, and soliciting a share of your future business
We are respectfully,
Phoned LEADER GRO. Co.
Davis k Lee, Proprietors
High School Notes
We are quite pleased with the
result of the try-out in debates
last Saturday. The Hollis team,
Messrs Hermon and Herbert
Galbraith, were given first place
by each judge. Chances are
(favorable for Hollis to win in
Th« track team is working out
[every day, and excellent work is
being done. The other team of
the county will have to hustle if
thsy get ahead of us.
(Another victory was staged
far Hollis Saturday when Hollis
sectond basket ball team defeated
Mesquite team by an overwhelm-
A large see-saw has been add-
$d to the play grou nd apparatus.
The kiddi®s seems to enjoy it.
The spring fever seems to be
takiDg hold somewhat in school
Mist Lillian Coley, one of our
alumni, was a welcom visitor at
school Wednesday morning.
The Fidelis class of the
Baptist Sunday school met last
Wednesday evening at the home
of Mrs. L. A. Drumwright. The
class having to give up Mrs.
Spooner, their devoted teacher,
they prevailed on Mrs. Drum-
wright to fill the office, which
she kindly consented to do. The
class is growing in interest,
had sixteen last Sunday.
Julia Hacker Reporter
The Missionary Society of the
Baptist church met last Tuesday
at the church builning for an all
day meeting. About fifty
gathered and the day was spent
pleasantly and profitably in Bible
study and in outlining the work
for another month. At noon a
splendid lunch was ssrved, hav-
ing been prepared before hand
and brought to the church.
Rav. Drumwright an* five
other preachers were present and
to say that the neon exercises
were enjoyed would be a waste
of words. Of course Bro. Drum-
wright being very delicate, it fell
to the lot of others to do the
principle part of the eating.
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Notice of Public Sale
Southwest Trail Boosts
Oklahoma is giving splendid
advertising in the current num-
ber of The Southwest Trail, a
monthly magizine published by
Rock Island LineB. The number
is intended as a means of inter-
esting home seekers in the farm-
ing advantages of thy state. It
is crammed with statistical infor-
mation not only about crops; but
also about the mineral resources
especially oil and ^as. The lat-
ter feature will make it of inter-
est to investors -who have in-
dustrial developement in view.
Emphasis is laid upon Okla-
homa's farm educational ad-
vantages, there ' eing articles
about the Agricultural and
Menchanical College and the
work of the U. S. Department
of Agricultural through county
farm advisers. There is also an
article about the Southwest
American Livestock Show, the
company having sent the editor
of the Southwest Trail to write
up the show and point out the
advantages oi Oklahoma for the
production of pure bred stock.
The number is the most com-
plete publication of its kind ever
issued by any railroad company
the interests of Oklahoma's
develepement and it will, no
doubt, be appreciated by the
To Katfir and Milo
Growers of Harmon
The following prizes -will be
awarded, in the order mentioned
to the persons making the great-
est yield of either kafir or mile
from one acre of ground for
First prize $20.00 Second $10.
All contestants for these prizes
shall mak> satisfactory proof to
the partiev who are offering this
mnney as prizes for the effort
you are to put forth. The parties
who are offering this money are
Hendricks ami Scruggs of Hollis.
Tho requirements are that this
grain must be gathered prior to
Oct. 10191-5 be in a perfect state
of maturity and be fully dry and
last, must be bought by the a-
bove mentioned firm, and they
agrr?e that they will pay the
highest market price tor said
grain at the time of delivery.
Any perso. in Harmon County
is < ligible tvi compietition. ,
We fee!, that these men are
anxious to see better and more
grain sorghums produced In the
county an are Offering some in
inducement to that end. Will it
not be worth your while to look
forward to competition in this
Let Us Boost You
Of the church building, now
owned by Bsptis t churchof this
Said building without the
seats, will be offered for sale to
highest bidder in front of City
National Bank Saturday after-
noon at 1:30 April 29.
Building to be vacated by July
1st or sooner if the new building
is ready for use.
Bldg. Com Baptist church
The members of the commer-
cial club are requested to meet
at the court house next Wednes-
day morning at 9: o'clock A. M.
all members are urged to be
present as there is business
J. B. Ellis Pres.
A Columbia Graft
nola should be
the latest, also
those old songs m
all love can be heard if you own
Following is a few of
the records in stock;
Some Day I'll Wander Back
Again, Silver Threads Among
The Gold, l'se Gwine Back
To Dixie, Memphis Blues,
Ballin The Jack, It's Milinda's i!
J. W. BREWER. JEWELR
Go In And Sit Down
going to do
Most Serious 5itiatioB
Day of Publication
We want to boost you—yes,
you, individually. WiU you give
us the opportunity?
This town needs a booster, and
we stand ready to boost the town
booster—and the town, too. Shall
we boost you?
We need some energetic man
who will marshal his pluck and
determination and round all of
I the rest of us up into one great
aggregation of boosters. It
takes brains to do it, but some
one among us possesses the re-1
quiste amount of brains. i
The town needs him, the
whole community needs him, and
we never needed him worse than
we do right now, when nature
has afforded us so many oppor-
tunities for commercial ad-
Are you that man?
We hope you are. We want
to see you step forward and
assume the laudable task. We
want to see you succeed. And
then we want to boost you be-
| cause of the boosting you have
done for the town.
Owing to the fact that the
rural routes have changed their
time of lepving, from 7:30 a. m.
to 1.30 p. m., and in order to get
the Tribune to our readear earlier
we have decided to change our
publication day from Friday to
Suggest a Name
Time was when we could make
ourselves fairly undmtood by
bluntly calling it a lie, but now a
more appropriate and expressive
term will have to be coined for
some of the stuff the yellow cor-
respondents are sending up from
the border. The other day Villa
was reported in five different
places, was minus one leg, crip-
pled in the other shot through
the stomach, well and hearty, and
dead and burried all at one and
the same time. Even we could
not equal that record for sub-
lime truth and veracity. We
What ar« you
Go into a church and sit down.
Stay sit until tha end of the
service and keep your ears open
and your mind on what the
preacher is saying. Then go
home and think over what he
had to say. Don't give his
words just a passing thought and
then let your mind slide back in-
to the old financial groove.
Take his discourse subject by
subject snd analyze it thorough-
ly. Pick out the good points and
study them minutely as you dis-
cover them. You can spend
several hours very pleasantly in
this work, and at the end of
that time you may be amazed at
the feeling of peace and content-
ment that prevades your being.
You will find that there are
many things you knew that had
been forgotten for these many
years, and when they pass from
memory their value practically
ceases to exist.
Go to church Easter.
Set an example to the young
people of your family and of
other peoplie's families. Let
them judge you by what you are
and not by what others may
have to say of you. Let your
own actions afford them the op
portunity for so judging.
The church door swing out-
ward to every human being. The
hand of welcom beckons to you,
and the still voice of conscience
is calling to you.
Go in, and sit down, and listen,
and think, and then act.
Philadelphia Inquirer: It ia
evident that the railways of the
country confront the most seri-
ous sitiuation in their history.
Practually all of the operating
employes of the leading systems
of the country have presents!
demands for shortsr heurs, In*
creased wages and other een-
considerations which are esti-
mated to call for an addittonnl
expenditure of $100,000,000 an-
nually, or 5 per cent on $1,000,*
000;000. Considering thnt nil
the railways have been having n
hard time in the last few ywt
in making both ends meet sa4
that some them have gone to the
wall, the demand is calculated te
make them consider this situation
seriously, since the date set for
an answer involves the threat of
a strike of such proportions ss te
paralyze the counrty.
Two considerations are involv-
ed. Is the demand just? If ss
where is the money to be found.
As to the first cbnsidsrntion,
the public is without thnt 4ef-
nite information upon which te
base an opinion. The demands
come from the highest Hi*
classes of employes, most nil ef
whom have had very consider-
able increases of wages in the
last few years. It is not pretest-
ed that these do not make n liv-
o ■ - —
When your caller dilates esrn-
e3tly upon his honesty it is time
to lock up the safe.
tnd w ill *
|| TROUTMAN-GOSSELIN COMPANY
PASTPR f;RFpT|NGS—We have a full line of Easter Millinery, Easter toy baskets, EaJer candies, Easter neck wear, etc.
Ladies and Children's Hat Shapes,
same as you have been paying twice
as much for. What's the use to pay
more. Our price
25 to 75 cents each
Millinery Flowers just as good
15c bunch, 2 for 25c
Why pay more
Chicks, Rabbits, Ducks and Baskets,
lc to 10 cts each
Easter Candy Eggs
lc to 5cts each
lc to 5ct each
Easter Neck Wear
Mens Neck Ties, washable silk, a big
assortment 1 ^C each
A better one for 25ctS
Ladies Collars only 1 Oc each
Ladies, Mens and Children, all colors
1 and size. 10c to 50c pair 1
Ice Tea Glasses, Regular
50c per set sellers, Special
for Saturday 5c each or
30c set I
Watch Our Counters
Watch Our Windows
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Baldwin, A. A. Harmon County Tribune (Hollis, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 20, 1916, newspaper, April 20, 1916; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc233594/m1/1/: accessed September 25, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.