History

It was preceded by the Post-Herald and succeeded by the Harmon County Tribune and the Hollis Post-Herald and Harmon County Tribune. The paper spanned eight pages paper and was published by the Post-Herald Publishing Company every Thursday.

A subscription to the Hollis Post-Herald was $1.00 for one year. In 1909, Luke Roberts edited the Hollis Post-Herald, and in 1910 he took over as owner and publisher of the newspaper, while Luther Roberts served as editor.



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Hollis Post Herald in The Gateway to Oklahoma History. Oklahoma Historical Society. https://gateway.okhistory.org/explore/collections/HLPHD/ accessed June 5, 2020.