Harmon County Tribune (Hollis, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 3, 1919 Page: 4 of 8
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harmon county tribune
QUEEN OF THE PANTRY FLOUR
(Pure Missouri Soft Wheat Flour)
Price, Service, Quality, Our Motto.
J. Fred Bell
Entered in the postoffice at Hollis
Okla., an second class mail matter
3ab< iriotion $1.00 per year
Below is an article you didn't
read last week:
We are sure that you are
pleased with our effort* to give
you a good paper, but we can't
understand why you don't pay
up- Several of you owe us for
subscription. We would like to
send the paper to all of you
free of charge, but the law of
nature forces us to eat and the
law of man forties us to wear
clothes, and we must hav>
money for oOr labor, so we can
obey these laws. Think it over
jukt one time. We thank you.
Prepared for Harmon Coun-
ty Tribune by the St.
Louis Union Bank, St.
The Federal farm loan system
is now doing about 15 per cent
of all agricultural land loan
businens in the United States.
A report of the farm loan beard
at the conclusion of the second
year of operation shows that
loans closed in the last twelve
months amounted to $120 238,
000. The aggregate of farm
loans made by VI agencies,
public and private, is estimated
at about $800,000,(JO!) annually.
The Spokane district has
cloaed more than $30,000,*
000 in loans, mire than any
other. The Omaha district is
second with more than $20,000,-
000; St Paul third, with more
than $28,000,000, and Houston
fourth, with more thae $22,oOO,-
000. By states Texas leads
with $22,681,000, Iowa has $14,.
385,000; North Dakota, $14,086,-
000, and Kansas, $9,007,000.
I Opal News.
W«; are «ettin(f plenty of rain
in this section of the country
j now and the weeds are growing
The Kunday School is progres-
sing nicely; everybody enjoy* it.
It seems as if cupid is making
some changes lately, as Miss
Myrtle Carpenter id receiving
much atttention from her old
friend Mr. Harry Holmes, and
her sister. Iona, is the one that
is receiving the attentions of
her former suitor, Mr, Juel
Emler. It is interesting to
watch the movements of Cupid.
Mr. Warren Aldridge has
gone away but not for a very
long time we hope, for an in-
dustrious voung man as he, i
needed very badly in the com-
There has been several parties
here lately ana all were enjoved
by the young people especially.
tyiss Una Hammons has betn
receiving call* from Mr. Oscai
Allen recently, but nothing
serious we hope.
George Bliss, a widower and
Miss Estelle Hicits, Marvin
Bookman and Miss Ola Sinclair
were united in marriage last
week. We hope their lives will
be long and happy with much
Evert French, is a boy who
often tells things crooked. This
is what happened a few days
ago. His aunt came to visit
them and she asked Invert if he
had a dog. "Ye? 1 have a doj?,
it's the largest one around here.
It is nine ft.'high,four feet wide
and" ^-catching his mothers eye
as she was giving him a scolding
look, finished saying "and two
Every body is rejoicing over
Germany signing the peace
treaty, sure was good news.
Buy and Sell
OIL STOCK and LEASES
Childress Stock Exchange
Caljs Held Nightly at 8 O'clock
bend us >our orders or stock. We buy or sell for
you. Remittance promptly.
C. H. Madden
Office up-stairs over City
Hollis, --- Okla.
Sure enough Coca Cola in bot-
tles, 5c. Not an imitation, but
the real article.
Not"-e of Settlement of
Acc.jnt and Distribution
State of Oklahoma. I
County of Harmon. | SS.
IN COUNTY COURT.
A proclamation has been is-
sued by J. B. A. Robertson
cal ing <iur attention to danger
of fire during 4th of July cele-
In the Matter of the estate of brationS.
William Hamilton, deceased. This proclamation directs our
^°- ^ attention in a pointed wav to
Notice -is hereby given, that the dangers that always attend
th administratrix of the estate : the use of fireworks and explo-
>f William Hamilton, deceased, sives in these celebrations,
has rendered and presented for; It reads in part:
settlement, and report of her "Let us have a safe celebration
administration as such adminis- this year, free /rom sorrowful
tratrix and her petition for happenings. There is no neces-
distribution of said estate and sary connectiun between patriot
At Baptist Church
Bible school 10 a. m.
Preachinc H a. m.
B. Y. P. U. at 5:21.
Preaching at 8:3d
Midweek prayer meeting Wed-
nesday 7:00 p. m.
G. H. Stigler
for her discharge; and Monday
the 21st day of July, 1019, beintr
a day of a regular term of said
court, to-wit; of the July term
I A. D. 1910, at ten o'clock in the
forenoon of said day, at the
county court room in the city of
Hollis, in said county ofHarmon,
has been duly appointed by the
court, for the settlement of said
accounts, and for hearing said
petitions, at which time and
place any person interested in
ism and the use of fireworks
and explosives. Experience
shows them to be mighty dan-
gerous to bot h life and property.
Other methods of celebrating
are more effective and inspiring.
Weil plarned pageants, flag
drills, exerci-es in Darks, and
patriotic orations teach more
impressive lemons in patriotism.
Let me ask the. adults of the
State to accept and exercise a
physical guardianship over
Sunday Schoo' lo a. m.
Preaching n a. m.
Preaching 8:00, p. m
Yew are invited
N. U. Stout
If you feel 'blue," "No ac-
count." lazy, you need a good
cleaning out.. HERBINE is the
right thing for that purpose. It
stimulates the liver, tones up
the stomach and purines the
bowels. Sold by Hollis Drug
said petitions may appear and | children on that day to the end
file his exceptions in writing to
the accounts and content the
that it may be one of merriment
and rejoicing, unclouded by in-
jury to any of our children."
Cicero Smith Lbr. Co. has
McAlister thresher engine coal.
Dr. C. E. Collins
Pbyaician and Surgeon
Office Phone 65. Kesidence 79.
In every home where there is
a baby there should also be a
bottle of McCEE'S BABY
ELIXIR. It may be needed at
any time to correct sour stom-
ach, wind colic, diarrhoea or
summer complaint. It is a
wholesome remedy, contains no
opium, morphine or injurious
drug of any kind. Sold by Hol-
lis Drug Co.
Good heavy iron barrels to
loan. Come to Crew-Levick,
buy your Gas or oil, and get a
barrel. Ewing Ready, Phone 25
at Leader Gro.
The best of ails are handled
by the Nance Oil Co.
I guarantee all my stuff to be
good. All kinds of ureases,
oils and gasoline. Phone 25.
Ewing Ready at Leader Gro.
In testimony wherof, I havej
hereunto set my hand and af- Doinir hard work in a bent or
McAlister coal for thresher
engines at Cicero Smith Lbr.
fixed the seal of said court this
2nd day of July, 1919.
(Seal) E. C. Abernethy
7-3-2 County Judge.
1' or the best pi on see
Nance Oil Co.
Dr. E. A. Abernethy
Eye, ear, nose and throat
specialist will be in Hollis July
14. One day only. He will he
found at Dr. Pendergraft's office
up stairs over Hollis Drug store.
Drink Famous Mineral Water.
stooping position puts a stitch
in the back ?hat is painful. If
the muscles have become strain-j
ed, you car.'t. ^et rid of it with
out help. The great penetiat-j
ing power of BALLARD'S
SNOW LINIMENT will appeal
to you most strongly at such
times, because it is the very
thing you need. Sold by Hollis
For the next 10 days will pay
lOcts for all good sacks suitable
for holding grain.
Hendrick & Scruggs.
If vou w'ant Gas or oil and
havn't a barrel Crew-Levick wi'l
seil you the oil and loan you the
barrel. Ewing Ready Phone 25
at Leader Gro.
They come and keep coming
t<> Crew-Levick for theirGas, Oil
and Greases. Better «et in
line. Phone 25. Ewing Ready
at Deader Gro.
Cicero Smith Lbr. Co.
Why delay your jop work?
We can do it. We know how.
For sale. A real bargain. Good
5 room house in Hollis, good cis-
tern, smoke house and barn, two
lots. Good terms.
Prock & Edmiaston
McAlister thresher coal at
Cicero Smith Lbr. Co.
Prink FAMOUS Mineral
Buy a barrel of Gas or Oil and
we will loan you the barrel
Ewing Ready Phone 25
SURGEGNS a^ree that, in
cases of Cuts, Burns, Bruises
and Wounds, the FIRST
TREATMENT is most import-
ant. When an EF1CIENT anti-
septic is applied promptly, there
is no danger of infection and
the wound begins to heal at
once. For use on man or beast,
BOUOZONE is the IDEAL
ANTISEPTIC and HEALING
AGENT. Buy it now and be
ready for an emergency. Sold
by Hollis Drug Co.
OVERLAND 90 breaks World record when it run
4,370.1 miles in 7 days and 7 nights without a stop
of the Motor. An averasre speed of 26.01 miles per
hour. Averaged 20.66 miles per gallon gasoline.
A HOUND TRIP between Oakland Los Angeles,
through mud and over mountains, 947 miles in 28 hours
45 minutes. Average 24.28 miles per gallon gass.
3,852jmiles in 168 hours of continents running, at an
average speed of 25 miles per hour. That is what
Two model 90 stock cars did in 7 days and 7 nights, in
non-stop run from Boston to Springfield
NO'V Comas the Harrisburg run with a New World's
Record: 702 5 miles a day for 5* days without a stop
of the motor sealed in high gear.
An Exact Duplicate of These Cars Can be Seen At
The City Garage
F. J. KITE, Dealer
Good old Coca Cola, the real
cocj cola in bottles, just what
you have been wanting. In bot-
When you ftel lazy, out of
sorts and yawn a good deal in
the daytime, you can charge, it
to a torpid liver which has al-
lowed the system to get full of
impurities. HERBINE cures
ail disorders produced by an
inactive liver. It strengthens
that organ, cleanses the bowels
and puts the system in good
health condition. Sold by Hol-
lis Drug Co.
McAlister coal for thresher
engines at Cicero Smith Lbr.
It's Coco Cola all the time in
Stay with Crew Levick Oil
Co., for a square deal Phone 25
Famous Mineral Crystals at
We Want the News
If you are not ashamed of
yobr triends when they come
to visit you, 'phone or tell us a-
bout it- If you or your relatives
go visiting, let ur know. We
want everv legitimate piece of
news in this county Our office
'phone number is 150. Residence
Had a Fire
Had a Baby
Had a Party
Sold a Farm
Had an Auto Smash
Fell From an Aeroplane
Is Sued for Breach of Promise
Has Had pn Operation '
Has Bean Arrested
Bought a Home
Came to Town
Telephone 150. Residence 170
ALABAMA MINSTRELS COMING
Now firmly established as one of
America's negro minstrels. They have
a reputation acquired through their
successful efforts in greatly reviving
an interest in colored minstrelsy by
presenting one of the most elaborately
equipped and delightful entertainments
of this character witnessed in a gen-
The memory of this splendid show
presented by the Alabama Company
still lingers as one of the most enter-
taining performances of last season.
In every city visited by this attrac-
tion it left a reputation for excellence,
class and genuine merit seldom if ever
equaled by any other colored minstrel
organization in a decade.
have this season ,'ollowed a policy they
inaugurated last year of presenting
each season an entertainment com-
pletely new from the first part to the
elaborate closing number.
D. j part ,C(ne 'His year, "Black
Birds in Fairy Land." is described as
one of the most gorgeous scenes ever
conceived and resulted in a stage pic-
ture of much splendor and beauty.
Like its scenic effects, all the wardrobe,
properties and lighting effects are also
new this season, while the program as
personally staged is entirely different
from last year, and all rew from open-
ing chorus to the closing feature all the
jokes, ballads, songs and feature acts
tom«,eceeC'alIy Written f°r tKi* pu'
At Hollis, Tuesday July 8th.
I have a special rate and con-
tract for a 3 year policy on your
automobile, covering Fire,Light-
ning, Tornado and wind storms.
This policy covers anywhere
in the United States nd Cana-
da whether the machine is at
home, on the road or in any
building. m. W. Prock.
PRINTING is Our Business
At OVERLAND-HOLLIS CO.
You can get Cas, Oil and Greases.
How about your Car, does she need anv Repairs*
Bring her to us-we'H put er running order. If
she's too sick to travel, phone 46-we'II come.
Free Air, Water and Storage
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Bell, J. Fred. Harmon County Tribune (Hollis, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 3, 1919, newspaper, July 3, 1919; Hollis, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc234151/m1/4/: accessed May 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.