The Hollis Tribune. (Hollis, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, November 15, 1912 Page: 1 of 4
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Devoted to the Interests of Hollis, Haimon County and the Democratic Party.
HOLLIS, HARMON COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, NOVEMBER 15. 1912.
If Its Furniture We Have it.
We carry a complete line of Furniture and
National and Coles, those aristocratic among
stoves. We have thein in all sizes. The prices
are no higher than you pay for the cheaper
brands. The difference is in the comfort and
satisfaction to you.
Come in and lei us show you what we have.
Great Sacrifice Sale of Jewelry
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W. F. Johnson will sell his entire stock of Jewelry, Watches,
Clocks, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Silverware, etc.,
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P^eginning NOVEMBER 20th and lasting to DECEMBER
1 ,t. Now is the time to buy your Christmas Jewelry, etc., at
•a great bargain. Come early and get first choice. After Dec.
7 h my stock of goods will be moved out of Hollis, hence the
L idies are extended a special invitation.
In Hollis Last Saturday Evening
With Much Oratory and
Last Saturday evening was a I
big rally day for the democrats
of Hollis and Harmon County.
A table for the speakers was
placed in the middle of the
street. Luke Roberts acted as
chairman. Capt. Nance passed
the cigars while smoke and ora-
tory rolled heavenward the cries
of triumphant democracy split
the dark canopy above.
The speakers acquitted them-
selves in good fashion and laud-
ed the democratic victory im-
. F. Johnson
Jeweler at City Drug Store.
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This Space Belongsjojhe
First State Bank Of Gould
Where Your Deposits Are Guaranteed.
Many People Over the Country
Now Convinced That We Need
It is a very convincing argu-
ment that a bridge should be
built over the Salt Fork north of
Hollis. This great question is
beginning to take a. firm hold
upon the entire citizenship and
it is almost a certainty that
before spring gets here that the
proposition will take the right
turn and a bond issue will be the
The benefits to be derived from
the bridge are manifold compared
to what the farmers now have
to contend with.
Don't forget, Mr. Bradley is
buying these goods for your
special benefit and he is saving
your money. (Adv.)
The Republican Standpoint.
This wasn't a bull moose year.
Well, we guess the Times can
stand it if the rest of the country
While we don't want to do any
phropheEying, we ask all our
readers to remember what hap-
pened during Cleveland's admin-
The above items were clipped
from the Altus Times and it very
readily shows the appetite of the
loser, who, by the way, carried
this in his editorial heading,
"Thou shalt not steal."
Indeed the Bull Moose year
ceased Nov. 5, 1912 at 6 o'clock
in the afternoon. It was buried
with the standpatters. Further
along "The Times can stand it if
the rest of us can." Certainly
and that is natural. He does not
like prophesying, only wishes to
remind us what happened in
Cleveland's term. The good year
1907 is a little more recent and
the effect has not left the country
yet, still we democrats do not
wish to call for a remembrance
pf that year.
Our good Bro. Sheppard was
revelling over the thought that
some democrat aspired to be post-
master at Altus and he actually
ridiculed the idea, but, oh well,
Sheppard is just a bad phrophet.
Too bad Shep, wherever you go
in the good old U. S. A. a demo-
crat will pass out your mail,
You was a republican, then
a progressive, say, honest now
you have been living off of a
democratic administrat ion of
home affairs s long, there is still
a chance left you.
HOLLIS DODSONVILLE. TEXAS
Building Material, Posts, Lime, Cement.
A Beautiful Window.
There is a beautiful show
window at Coley & Barnard's.
Go see it and judge for yourself.
An extremely beautiful bedroom
suit in a mahogany finish is
advertised as the swellest room
in town. Think how much more
beautiful this would look with
the exquisite background found
in some homes, and the price is
Coley & Barnard are progress-
ive and wish to please.
W. F. George and wife of
Elmer were in Hollis Monday.
Mr. George is cashier of the
Bank of Elmer.
Mike Bradley Goes to Market.
Mike Bradley left the early
part of the week for St. Louis
where he will buy a large stock
of merchandise to replenish the
inroads the recen heavy buyers
have made upon the diffierent
lines in his popular store.
Mike is attending the big sales
of the St. Louis wholesalers
and he anticipates a big reduction
in buying so that he can be able
to offer his many customers the
benefit of many bargains. When
this big stock arrives the trade
will be given one of the oppor-
tunities of a life time to buy up-
to-date seasonable stuff at a big
discount. The Bradley store is
popular now, it will become more
popular as the season advances.
Once a Customer
Always a Customer
When you once start an account v> ith THE CITY
NATIONAL BANK you never stop, why? Because we
are always ready and prepared to accomodate our
We feel that we have demonstrated to our customers
as well as the public, during the past hard summer our
ability to care for their needs.
Rtmember we will cash your check on any bank and
are always glad to have you visit us.
City National Bank
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Lillie, T. W. The Hollis Tribune. (Hollis, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, November 15, 1912, newspaper, November 15, 1912; Hollis, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc234159/m1/1/: accessed January 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.