The Hollis Post-Herald. (Hollis, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 20, 1916 Page: 1 of 8
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The Hollis Post-Herald.
VOLUME 16, NUMBER 45
HOLLIS, HARMON COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JULY 20 1916.
$1.00 A YEAB
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SPOONER HARDWARE CO.
;h Last Saturday evening at 7
o'clock as J. T. Pennington was
cro.-sing the street from W. L.
Motley's feed store, going to-
iwcai-d the City Drug Co., he
was accidentally run over by a
cSar driven by Mr. W. H. Pruitt.
JlThe-car knocked Mr. Pening-;
m down, and he seemed to i
■ive bounced up and caught in
flje front part of the car on the
strings and the axle of the car
and hung there by his arms,
which no doubt saved his life.
l His left leg was broken in two
ttolaces just above the ankle, and
■Htas considerably bruised up on
jThis body. Mr. Pruitt not see-
v'ing him till his car had struck
llim, he was unable to stop the
<S£r till it had dragged Mr. Pen-
logton several feet.
0 It is said that Mr. Pruitt j
?S&id his attention was attracted
something on the opposite,
gde of the street, and when he!
$oked ahead again he had
truck Mr. Penington.
J Such an accident would be
Bpry hard on a young man, and
t man of Mr. Peningto's age. it
indeed tough, and especially
|uring this hot weather. At
_ast report he was getting along
lis well as could be exnected.
J It is a regretaWe affair, and it
fis sincerelv hoped that Mr. Pen-
Jington will get along alright,
fand will soon get well.
Right now is the tiirie to buy
your season tickets for the
Chautauqua. Should you fail
to buy one you will regret it'
after .you see the first days' pro- J
grain You can see 10 high class]
entertainments for $2.00, or 20c ■
Lfor each program, whereas
should you fail to purchase the |
season ticket the ten entertain-
ments will cost you at least
THOSE WHO CARE
fox something a little different, something New and
Exclusive, will find it by coming to us.
You will find HOOSIER (latest improved) for the
Kitchen Cabinets. We are exclusive agents.
For the library you will find the Famous GLOBE
WERNICKE Book Cases. We are exclusive agents.
We also have exclusive patterns in Dining room and
Bed room furniture.
We Always have something new and up-to-date.
Come in and see us. You are always welcome,
whether you buy or not.
If you are in the market for a Buggy or Wagon, come
in and let us show you our line of Old Reliable
Studebaker Wagons, farm trucks and buggies. Be
sure to see our Studebaker Rural Truck.
Spooner Hardware Company
Furniture and Undertaking
STORE TO CLOSE
In .the rush of making up our
paper last week, we got the ar-
t u-b telling of Mr. A. S. Tiliery
taking his little girl to Man-
gum for an operation, mixed in
with the "Hogwallow News",
which should not have been
done, and we ask our readers to
overlook the same and we will
try and do better in the future.
OGt J. 8, k
"No democrat can aflord to
stay away from the poll# on
primavy election day this year.
The Constitutional amendment
prescribing an educational test
for voters, commonly spoken of
against tfte abolishment of the
Hollis Girls Enjoy Picnic At
"0, to be a child again"
would be the wish of every
"grown up" if they had only
ioi voceis, cominoiiiy spoKen ol! witnessed the pleasures enjoyed
as the new Grandfather Clause, , , _ , J J
is entitled to the hearty support "'y the j1o1Iis §'irls Tuesday ev-
of every white man in the state
regardless of party affiliation.
Space will not permit a dis-
cussion of the justness and pro-
priety of such an addition to
J. M. COLEY SPREADING
OUT IN BUSINESS
ening from 8 o'clock until Wed-
nesday morning at 8.
About 40 young ladies werej
informally invited. If any one
was slighted it was certainly
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SAM WHITE HAD DARK SKIN. HE LIVED IN GEORGIA. HE
COULD'T WRITE. HE SAW IN THE PAPER A PICTURE "AD" OF A
BURGLAR. HE GOT SCAREU. HE ASKED WHICH BANK HAD IT'S
NAME UNDER THE PICTURE. HE PUT HIS FO" DOLLARS IN THAT
BANK. HE "TOOK A NOTION" TO MAKE IT A HUNDRED DOLLARS,
THEN TWO, THREE. FOUR, FIVE HUNDRED -THEN A THOUSAND.
SAM BANKED MONEY EVERY WEEK UNTIL HE GOT THREE
THOUSAND DOLLARS! WHENEVER HE WENT INTO THE BANK HE
WOULD ASK: "AINTI GOT MO' MONEY'N ANY CUtLUD MAN IN DIS
TOWN?" HE WAS PROUD. SAM NOW OWNS A FARM. CAN'T YOU
our fundamental law but, unless unintentional.
the white people of this state j The crowd met at the home
rally to the support of this pro-j of Miss Verle Jones. Chaper-
posed amendment, we may ex- 0ned by Mr. and Mrs. Jess Cog-
pect an influx of illiterate, de- gins and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
generate and criminal negroes i Edwards, the crowd first visited
from all neighboring states the Lotus, but the call of the
who, under present laws and Su-
preme court decisions, will in-
sist upon "equality" in the mat-
ter of voting and will, under
the peculiar conditions existing
i in this state, prove a menace to
j good, government; a danger to
i women and the home; a lower-
ing of our standards of citizen-
ship ; an increase in the cost of
government; a depreciation in
I value of all classes of property
! and a generally disturbed and
j unsatisfactory condition, social-
ly and otherwise. For the coo l j
jof the state, the citizens there-
fof and unborn generations, let
;us rally to the support of this
j amendmennt. The only way we
} can render effectual assistance
j is by going to the polls on eiec-
J tion day and by seeing that all
democrats do likewise."
Open was too great and they
had to leave before the perform-
ance was over.
The City Drug was the next
visited, then back to the meet-
ing place where two cars were
loaded with good things to eat.
The majority of the crowd walk-
ed to the lake. After resting a
while, occupied the next two
hours with boating and swim-
Then after frying several
chickens the lunch was spread.
Slumberland was the next
Before sun the crowd arose
; nd enjoyed another plunge in
Breakfast consisted of Bacon,
eggs, coffee, bread and jelly.
Then home again hoping that,
J. M. Coley is spreading out
in the Hardware business here
of late. He has been success-
ful in his business here in Hol-
lis, and is now putting in an-
other stock of hardware at Dod-
sonville. lie will occupy two
buildings up there and will put
in a general line of hardware.
Keeping' abreast with this
progressive age, Mr. Coley has
recently added to his Under-
taking department, a large Mo-
tor Hurse, which is the best
and most complete thing in
FAIRS OF HARMON COUTY
The Kee-Da Restaurant and
Cafe is the best Restaurant in
Southwestern Oklahoma. They
have the best place for you to
eat and the Best Cooking in the
cCity, and we serve you a good
All stores will be closed as
stated above by the merchants
of Hollis in order to give their
employes as well as themselves
| an opportunity to purchase sea
sun tickets and attend all ses
sions of the Chautauqua begin
ning August 0 and continuing
until 10 th.
We, the undersigned mer
chants of Hollis realizing the
great benefit our town will re
ceivo by holding a Chautauqua
upon whose program will appear
men and women of National rep|
utation who are artists in their
several lines, and appreciating
the great expense the local com
mittee has been to in bringing
such talent to our city hereby
show our appreciation of thess
efforts and lead our ai4 and sup
port in this move by closing our
places of business from 2:30 p#
m. until 4:30 p. m. August 6 7, 8,
9, 10, and in order not to incon
veuience our trade we would
thvnk our customers to bear
this in mind and meet us and
our employees at the big Hollis
Chautauqua tent for these two
hours each day:
lfollis Drug Oo.
Goddanl & White
Joe Parks Tin Shop
J. M. Coley Hardware Co.
J. M. Nelson, Groceries
National Bank of Commerce.
Cross Dry Goods Store.
Soooner Hardware Co.
J. M. Crowder.
City Drug Company.
D. L. Carmichae!
Leader Grocery Co.
J. B. Ellis.
P. P. Chedester.
Hollis Dry Goods Store.
Star Market F. Burger.
City National Bank
O. V. Cansler.
Commercial Barber Shop.
but the brakes failed to work
and the car backed over the
meal for 25c. If you not satis-lembaukinent,turning complete
fled with our service ami cook-j ljr ,JVM, and Ulldin(r ,Aout 15 teet
mg.tellus. We will appreciate Portaoltly cbe occll
a trial from you and guarantee
to satisfy you. Good wash ',ante M mt0 a d,tcbv,vl'lte th0
room in connection.
Remember our regular meals
are only 25c.
WOOD KEYS and FRANK
A Near Accident
|| "I am at the same time how-j outing of this kind.
In an automobile accident
it would not be long before an- , south of Man^un Tuesday night
four occupants of a car driven
j ever, unalterably opposed to the; The chaperons say they are, by Dr. J W. Scarborough «scap
iing amendment which has! well pleased with the girls—'ed without injury, and their
BANK WITH US.
j for its object the abolishment j better behavior could not have
j of the County court; this is a been asked for.
vicious and wholly useless and
uncalled for attack upon one of
the most useful arms of our
state government. I
escape is indeed remarkable"
Seated in the car were Dr.
Scarborough, A. S. Tiliery wife
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Campbell jand tcn yeai" 0,d daughtei, of
cannot [are the proud parents of a big, Goulb. '™
oioic • ~ They were on thtir way
think of a single gorxl reason in! bov, which wa* born the first of|to Mangum to place the daughter
favor of the amendment but'*1 —J T—**■ " 1 TT—iA-'
can name a score of good rea
sons against it. Let us keep
the courts close to the people.
Ihis amendment is but another
the we^k. and .Tav is as nroud of; jo the Border Hospital, she
it as a^ oy is of his first pair of|8Uf^rjng an attack of append!
reel top l)00ts. Uitis.
• • |
W. W. Hacker returned last
Near the Powers place, south
step towards centralization of) Sunday from Purcell, where he|-°f in climbing a hill, the
power. Let all gocd citizens re- has been* visiting his son the,en^nc ^ent- dead and Dr. S<Mr
*ent such tendencies by voting last three or four weeks.
car rested on the hanks of the
ditch and thus presented falling
The occupants escaped unhurt
but it is only a miracle that saved
them; had it not been that they
fell in the ditch und the car been
supported by the banks, all of
them would doubtless have been
killed. As it was, the car was
only slightly damaged and with
a few repairs Dr. Scarborough
drove it home the next day.
I borough threw on the brake-
REGISTERED PIG LOST
A six weeks old red pig, reg-
istered. Has underbit on one
ear. Please notify Glynn Pen-
dergaft and receive reward.
Have room for four boarders,
nice rooms, cool, close in. See
Mi's. G. M. Jones. Call at this
olSce for further particulars.
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Huff, Thomas B. The Hollis Post-Herald. (Hollis, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 20, 1916, newspaper, July 20, 1916; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc268266/m1/1/: accessed July 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.