The Billings News. (Billings, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, November 13, 1908 Page: 1 of 4
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The billings news.
BILLINGS, NOBLE COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 190H.
Private Money to Loan on Farms for Short or Long Time /Vl^lCV & Wflfi'ht
on either First or Second Mortgage; also Chattel Loans........ J ^
THE PAST WEEK S WEATHER.
Saturday and Sunday last were real Winter is making its appearance and
him t<f Enld^esterdav*S'ne8t ^ «‘nSie™, bu^on^y. Tuesday ! find. u. .till unprepared,
him to Enid yesterday. were real raw davs for1
and Wednesday were real raw dayB for E u_ Quffev and family have moved
Mrs. D. K. Sterrett went to Enid yes- this time of the year, with the wind in on lhe (arma, Henderson, three
terdav to consult an oculist. the north most of the time. Ice froze milee east of Billinj?*
Mesdame. Ale, McCluskey and O. n°“‘h»°.! The A. H. T. A.’s had an enthusiastic
W. Long went to Enid yesterday. | ^___________ meeting last month. Some talk of hav- |
J. T. Clarke has business that took A jjny Ba[,v j ing a bo, supper in the near future,
him to Perry the first of the week. ” * Mrs. j; g_ Hicks and grandson,
Mrs S T McMillan went to Enid can't K'11 -vuu "l,'r<ls ",i,lU ,ht' lrn"'"1'; j Grover Guffey, returned Saturday from
yesterday To spent a couple of days is; In,. if ,fs complexion geis pas,y the Wichita hospital. Mrs. Hicks say.
L.i. '%«,_? «____** " ’ | it gets weaker and weaker, loses llesli that Mr. Tucker, one of Dr. McCorkle a
anil is cross and peevish, you can he tier- paljenls wa8 doing nicely when she
with Miss Irma.
Dr. McCorkle went to Wichita yes- | tain thin it has worms, (live it V\ liile s j ]ejt there.
terdav. He waB met at Jefferson by [ dream Vermifuge, guaranteed harmless.
Mrs. McCorkle, who went with him for Expels the worms and puls l he baby in
treatment. |a lieallhy normal condition. Sold by
R. F Howe has had the pleasant (?) | Smltl'’, 1,ru* s,or,‘
job of moving to town this week. He
has moved into the Blank property for
.las. H. Starr and family returned
yesterday to their new home at Supply, public sale at my farm, 2 miles east of
,,. car, laiiad ti, t8(i q8 pi8 family Billings, the following described perso
commencing at ONE
Miss Dora Hicks reports a good lit-
erary at the Compton School Friday
night. These are a fine enteriainment
to have, if the people knew just how to
appreciate them They are a great help
to the young folks if they will take an
j interest in them aud help make them a
Having rented my farm, I will offer at success.
Mr. Starr failed to
came with him three
weeks ago, when
The Royal Neighbors of Billings are
planning a big supper forThanksgiving.
It will be something nut of the general
run and will be known as a “Novelty
Supper.” You will have to attend to
get the benefit of it.
1 have a good sand pit opened up 1>8
miles south and 1 mile east of Billings,
on the northwest corner of the north-
west V4 of seetion 4, township 23, range
2. All sand is charged for at 50 cents
per load. A. L. Banta.
Messrs Davii Koons, Jack Wright,
0. L Hutchison, Harry Landes, G. J.
Greenwood, R. C. Clark, Wm. Barlow,
John Burnett, and Claude Macy went
to Enid Monday, summoned before the
grand jury to testify in the Koons-
Bruises, scratches, sores and hums
that oilier Ihings have failed lo core
will heal quickly and completely when
von use DeWitts Carbolized Witch Haz-
el Salve I, is especially good for piles.
Sold at Corner Pharmacy.
A letter to J. P. Opdylke yesterday
from H. M. Cooke of Pecatoniea, Ills ,
states that his son, Frank Cooke, can-
not live until spring. The latter will
lie remembered by many here as our
city attorney two years ago who had to
leave for his health. Consumption is
M. E. Johnson, wife and hahe re-
turned yeaterday to their Nebraska
home, after several weeks spent here
with lhe former’s parents for Mr.
Johnson’s health. The stav made them
all healthier and Mr. Johnson looks
stout and robust now and gained over
twenty pounds in flesh.
Guthrie, Okla , Nov. 9.—In submis-
sion to the will of the people as ex-
pressed last Tuesday upon the statedis-
pensary queationa, Superintendent Loz-
ier is making preparations to close the
affairs of this department of the govern-
ment December 1
The defeat of the agency marks the
passing of the inspectors and t he agents
in the various towns of the state And
the state of Oklahoma is left under the
most rigid prohibition statute, whereby
it is impossible legally to obtain a sin-
gle drop of liquor.
From the old Henry Pearey pasture
nne yearling red heifer. Please notify
J. W. Back. Reward given.
THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 19TH.
22 HEAD 0E EXTRA GOOD SHORT HORN
A Hair's Breadth Escape
1)0 you know that every time you
have a cough or cold and let it mu on
thinking it will jusi cure itself you are fc:
just inviting pneumonia, consumption
nr some other pulmonary i roubleV
Don't risKit. Put vour lungs back in
perlect lieallli and stop mat cough with !
Ballard's HoKe hound Syrup. Price 25c,
50c and *1.00 per bollle. Sold al Smiih’s
1 fresh cow, 1 cow with calf by side,
5 cows to be fresh soon, 4 choice heifers,
I coining two-year old, 3 yearling steers,
and 8 calves.
1 brown horse, weight about 900.
1 nearly new buggy.
1 new all copper and brass orchard j Mrs. J. Hinckley is visiting in Wichi-
sprayer. I ta for a time.
Term8_Eight months time on all i . . ... . .
..i, oner’ M. W. Simmons has been on the sick
sums over $10 with interest at 8 per l . fnr few daV9
cent from date on approved security, i1,8t for 8c,me few day9’
Sums of $10 and under are cash. Four Mr and Mrs. John Swann spent last
per cent off for cash
P. G. BACK, Owner.
Col. J. M. Sanders, Auct.
Dan Neil, Clerk.
I Sunday wilh Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Chap-
Milton Scott rode the farmers goat in
; Home Valley Uuion Wednesday night
I at Owens.
Mrs. Morgan of Red Rock, was over
I for a few days visit with her father, T.
Mind Your Business
It you don't nobody will It is your howler
business to keep out of all the trouble *
von can. and you can and will keep out Rev. Henthorn and family left last
Just on Time
for the cold weather, we received our overcoats and feel
confident that they are the very warm numbers you are
looking for. The styles, prices and colors are so as to
comply with the requirements of everyone's fancy, and if
you w ant to save time on shopping see our line first, you'll
not have to go elsewhere. The prices are lowest possible.
We still have some of the dress goods left we offered
last week and it will be to your advantage to buy them
while they last.
In our grocery there are too many good things to
speak of. Come in and see for yourself.
Cades & Co.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR PRODUCE.
of liver and bowel trouble if you take
Dr. King’s New Life Pills. They keep
biliousness, malaria and jaundice out
of your system. 25c al Corner Pharma-
Friday for Bison, Okla., where they
will make their future home.
Mrs J Atchley left for Carmen, Ok.,
the first of Die week for a two weeks
visit with her sons and families
The U. B. circuit, vacated by Rev.
Henthorn, was temporarily left vacant
by the conference at Enid, to be sup-
Frank Dowler and lamily of Alfalfa
county, arrived Monday to see his fath-
er. T. W. Dowler, who is seriously ill a' i else does but the tarmer.
his home norih of Owens. ' “Ha Uncle Tom says, ‘competition is
the life of trado ’ ” Yes, he brought
1 Youman Bros, will install a brand
BOY IS STILL IN TOWN
“Say, Pa, you said that the Banker
co-operates. ' Do the merchants co-
Certainly, my son, every line of bus-
iness is on’ a co-operative plan. They
may have up a co-operative sign,
which is immaterial, but they practice
co-operation amongst themselves, which
does away with competition.
“Pa, don’t you believe in competi-
on?” No, my son, 1 don’t and no one |
Oak Posts last a long time
Mulberry last still longer
new stock of groceries in the old store
building next week It will be a much
needed improvement for Owens.
a load oi wheat in today that had on
fifty bushels and received 91 cents per
bushel. A week ago he realized 95
cents a bushel He lost 4 cents per
THE NEW PHARMACIST
“No papa, none of your soothing
syrups or other preparations that you
keep in stock for me. When I feel bad
I’ll fix up a mixture of my own and know
what I am taking. I came lo make my
home with Mr. and Mrs, W. O. Wolga-
mot Monday morning, November 9,
1908, have ideas of my own and when I
get big enough, will put them into
practice. 1 lost mv vote, hut put me
down in the Taftcolumn.” Henry Raub
1 want wheat pasturage for at least
50 and possibly 100 head of cattle. Will
give $1 for young or $2 for old cattle
per month. Phone 53 on 87 or address,
J. F. Blasdel, Garber Okla.
Dewill’s Kidney and Bladder Pills are
uiiequaled in cases of weak back, back-
ache. inflammation of Hie bladder, rheu-
matic pains and all urinary disorders
Thev are antiseptic and act promptly.
Don't delay, for delays are dangerous,
(let i>eWitt’s Kidney and Bladder Pills.
Sold al Corner Pharmacy.
UNION STOCK YARDS. CHICAGO
November 28 to December 10. 1908
Heretofore a mammoth
affair, but this year sur-
passing all previous occa-
Its benefits are inestima-
ble, its interests vital to
every farmer, stock-raiser
and dealer concerned in
the live stock industry.
Surely you will not let this
event pass without taking
Very Low Fares
Uncle Tom Swann, while out hunting j bushel or $2.i 0 on the load of wheat.
in his buggy, had the misfortune to He gave the game quality and the same
} shoot off or nearly so, one of the shafts quantity and received less, chat y
Uncle Tom was in luck not to have it today." Certainly, my sun, because he
I more sennua i >8 a farmer and believes in competition.
I _!_ j He wants to sell cheaper than he did a
j The Conway school district give a pie week ago. He wants to give more
1 social and entertainment under the alii- wheat fpr a dollar than he did a week
, pices of their teacher tomorrow night— ; ago. And the miller got mote whfat
Saturday. A fine time is expected. for a dollar today than he did a week
ago, He tells the farmer competition
A Broken Back l is the hot stuff But did lie give more
pain in your back caused by | «°ur foradoUar h« ^ld|h“
Cedar last a hundred years
and Boia D’arc last forever.
Get your Bois D’arc Posts
and Building Material at
FOSTER LUMBER GO.
Phone No. 22
C. O. Fountain, Local M’g’r
.Teachman & Smith.
Real Estate Dealers, can give you almost
any kind of bargain you want in farm land.
All they ask is for you to let them show you
what they have, for they know the price is
right, (.’fill on or address them at
Full particulars upoa
application to the
Rock Island man
I lumbago! stiff muscles or a slmin is an week ago? No, my son,
I easy thing 10 gel rid Of. Ballard’s Snow •>»«!« price, so who was benefitted in
i Liniment cures rheumatism, lumbago, lhe transaction,
sure and stiff muscles, strains, sprains Sugar, tobacco, cigars, ’ > '
cuts, burns, bruises, scalds anil all aches rnent, nails, machinery “f “ ’
and pains. You need a bollle in vour merest or railroad fare did not come
bouse. Solti at Smith's Drug Sinre.' Oomn. Why ? Because these men co-
......________________ operate. They believe in setting the
BILLINGS MARKET KEPORT price and holding the commodity until
The following prices prevailed on the ,h^Yd°Ketit'
j Billings market yesterday. The farmer believes m compH.t on
1 Wheat- Hard 88 Soft .92 and ‘“Nes whatever the other fellow
• i_jorn 48 chooses to give him. He is too thick
() , 4o headed to set the price He don’t be-
Bran " 1.35 [ li®ve in co-operation. He says it is a
1 " drfh<> Billings Co-op.r«li„ Shipping
IS5®5C * £;rir,:r; sre-is
I H-s m t hV:ll" hM^nih.hr * was I At his old stand and is successor
D. K. Sterrett
Coal and Feed
VV. C. Van Arsdale, Agent
Cream, per lb
Kndul contains lhe same
juices that are found in an ordinary |
healthy stomach.and there is, therefore
.09 fret in, „„ ,
digestive The Billings Co-operative Shipping
to the Farmers’ Coal Co.
J. M. SANDERS
HIGH DOLLAR AUCTIONEER.
Seven years experience In bits
community, successfully Helling
for the best breeders of this en-
Watched Fifteen Years
no question but whni anv form of slum- ]
ncli trouble. Indigeslinn or Nervous
Dyspepsia. Will yield readily yet nut nr- "For fifteen years I Imve watched Hie
iillv lo a short Ireatineiil of Kodol. Try winking of Bneklen’s Arrii.v* Salve-
it today oil our guarantee. Take il for, and ii lias never failed lo cure any sore,
a Hi lie while, us that is all you need to boil, ulcer or burn to which il was up-
lake. Kodol digests what you eat ttnd plied It lias saved us many u doelor
makes (lie stomach sweet, h is sold b) i bill, savs A. I* Hardy, of Kasi \V 11 loll,
t urner Pharmacy. Maine. &>c at Corner I hartnucy.
Will exchange first class stock of dry
goods for 160-acre farm.
Will exchange grocery stock for farm
Will exchange Block of carriages and
wagons; also good coal and feed busi-
ness for farm.
Will exchange uptodate hardware and
implement business for farm.
Will exchange first class Enid resi-
dence or business property for farms
Will exchange fine residence proper-
OUK MOTTO: "Business from start j ty, also vacant residence lots in Wichi-
lo finish Sales made any place
and at any time."
WILLIAMS & KINGERV
LIVE STOCK AND FARM SALES
ta for farm near Billings.
Will exchange improved New Mexico
farms for any kind of property in or
If you want to buy, sell or trade prop-
erty, call on or address,
M. L. WHELAN,
Tel. 51 on line 93 Billings, Okla.
THE GREAT .......
Highly rwommended for nil disciisns originating from impure blood. One Dollni pel bottle.
Sold on a positive guarantee, “that your money is paid back to you il not satisfactory.
SMITH’S DRUG STORE.
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