The Billings News. (Billings, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, November 13, 1908 Page: 2 of 4
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mi; HILLINGS NHWSj
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Unto rod tn tlio I’ohiOMo® it Hilling*,
lulu., jin aeoiind oIhkh mull matter.
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I ycut not piild in advance
Friday. November i:i. uhw
OUR LIVESTOCK LETTER
KHUM* Oily Stock Yards, Not. 2
I'hc hiiihII aupply of 27.IHHI catllr hero
I,nt week, mid reduced nmrki-ting "l »H
points, ic»nlted ill » week of i« liuRlIh |
enthimiimii in ih» emtio trade. Th*
nironk aaiillinent all week onlaiinnted
k'udiiy in n flnul dirty advance, iilacinu
the market on killing oaltle dll In I'nl
,,hhIh higher for the week. Packers
a,'led as iliongli Ihey woie compelled to
have supplies, and it is said that stoks
ot meat in coolers are much re-
duced from a short time ago, Cooler
weal her liaa opened up the lieef outlet,
and the activity of buyers last week
promises well for the future of the mai k ■
ei, I’hc run today is heavy al all points,
as was anticipated, and the general
market IS 16 to 2ft lower than Friday,
hut still considerably above a week ago.
1'iade is active, and all hands evince a
desire for supplies. A large percen-
i ,ge of the run today is from the range
country. Strictly prime beeves are not
a (actor in the market as none have
been offered here lately, top today SKI ftO.
„ (ew sales Iasi week at $7 IHI to $7 06,
lair to good fed steers 4*> Ikl to Jli .Si,
grass suers Id Ik) to Ift 00, glass cows
Id.00 to $1 26, fed heifers up to Ift 2ft,
hulls |2 io to Id 7ft, calves 2ft to ftO cents
shove a week ago, Id ftO to |7U0. Sloes
era and feeders advanced 1ft to 2ft cents
last week, steady to strong today, good
smut strings of range smokers available
out ol first hands at Id (id lo 11 2ft, feed
ora Id Ik) lo 14 dll, choloe native cattle
slightly above three figures, and com-
mon sniff around $d 00.
rhe hog market shows a gain for last
week of II oenls per cwt net, although
receipts were 71,000 head, a lug in-
crease over same week list year ill1
mil today IS 1(1,000 head, market 10 lo
:'tl lower than Saturday, top $•' i ft'1"1
of sales, including all weights Ift dft I ’
yf, sft Heavy hogs lead tn price, but
buyers also lake good buleder weights
up to the top price, indicating » wide
outlet for the fresh pork. Average
weights are slightly heavier each week,
and duality heller. Prices a year ago
were ftO to 7ft cents lower than now, the
panic a hear factor a, that time
.1 A Kiekart, I. S. Correspondent.
How It Your Digestion?
Un Man Dowling of No 188 ml'
Vso, Ssn Francisco, recommends a
mods lor stomach trouble She »as*
UraliHide for the wonderful effect ol
i'lectnc Knurs in s case of acute nidi
yestion. prompts tills testimonial. I am
mill convinced that f" stomach and
veV in'iiulcs K.lci trie I', tiers is the best
rvmerlt on the maikct tod*\ lb"
treat tonic and alternative medic nc in-
Mg>.rates the svslem. purities the bloo«l
,„d is es|s'0ialii helpful in all forms of
I,-male weakness MV at iVrner l'ltar-
Of tlte Sunday Seltool Convention to
he held tn the Methodist church In Hill-
ings, Saturday evening, Nov. 14, and
Sunday, Nov. 16.
Saturday evening, Address by C. II
Nicholas, State Worker
Sunday, 10 a ill. Song by School.
10:1ft Address, Ifev. Allison, Topic.
The lt*neflt of n Sunday School
10:30 Topic, The Pastor and the Sun-
day School, Rev. W, (I. Cook
10:4ft Topic, House to House Visita-
tion, K K Drum and Mrs. H. F.
11:00 Song by Mixed Quartette.
11:16 Topic, Christian Cltlaenslilp,
Rev R W. Johnson.
II HO Topic, How to Interest Hoys,
Rev W A. Hall.
11:46 Topic, The Sunday School
Teacher, .las. McMillan.
2:00 p.m. Song hv School.
2:10 Topic, Royal Army Wotk, Alex
MoCluakey and Mrs. W. A. Will-
'JO Topic, How to Tearh a Sunday
School Class, A Dale.
2 4ft Tuple, The Parent's Duty to the
Sunday Schorl, Mrs. Ren (row
14:00 Solo, Mrs Alex MoCluikey.
.7:06 Topic, S P. Hrafford
2:20 Topic, The Teacher's Duty to I
Ida Class, Mrs. C. R. Denton and
W. J. Kern.
2:2ft Topic, Home Department Work,
Mrs Henry Murray.
7 ftO Song by School.
4:00 Topic, Teacher's Trailing, Rev. i
I 20 Round Table Discussion, con-
ducted by C H Nicholas.
6:20 Song by School.
Seven Years ol Proof j(
• I have had seven year's of proof Hiat
Hr Klng'a New i'l*cov«*rj " the beat
medicine to take Tor coughs and colds
and for every diaetisi d condition of
throat, chest or lungs.'' says "'. \ • ■
Henry of Panama. Mo 1 lie world has
had tiiirlx eight yi'arsof proof ihsl Dr |
Kim: a New Ihsemery is the erst rcni-
,.,ly for coughs and colds, la grippe. 1
asthma, hav fever, bronchitis liemor-1
rhge of the lungs, and the carlv stain*
of c msumption It* timely use always
1 prci inns the development of pneumonia .
Sold under guarantee si t orner I’liar ,
non v ftoc and »1 00 Trial holtli five
THE BILLINGS MILLINERY CO.
Is selling out at 7ft cents on the dollar.
Everything must he sold, ois to have
nothing left over for another season
A well trimmed Silk Velvet Hat worth
42 ftO and 44 ftO 'or $2 O'
vliteea nice lists, well trimmed with
good material from 41 60 to 42.00
Ohtldten's hats from 41 ftO to 42 00
A few of those stylish Pattern Hats
go at greatlv reduced prices
This ad is a coupon worth 2ft rente.
Hring it with von I
Hilling* Millinery Co., in tlreetilee e
Tired mother*, worn out hjr the pce»-
ih | r.s' baby, have found c**v*sweet .
tor haloes and children and is especially j
gcssl lor the ills so common in cold wea- j
thcr I >a'k for the Ingredients printed ,
on Hie bottle Contains no harmful
drugs Sold at t orner Pharmacy
The bankrupt stock of Fred Kopke, Emporia. Kansas, was bought by
E (i Greenlee at .SO cents on the Dollar and will be closed out here
REGARDLESS of. COST.
SHOES AT LESS THAN GOST
Included in this lot arc such well known brands as ‘‘Selz,’ "IVt-
tM's Shot* Co’s.,” ‘‘Roberts, Johnson it Rand’s” and “Walkover.
Every pair new stock and good values at the regular prices. e
have*all sizes and styles to suit every walk in life and every indi-
They all g-o at about half price
Si'lz “Roynl Hltie” line of Men’s Shoes,
in Armour Calf, Velour Calf, Patent
Colt. Th> re are ton different lots and
styles worth SI .”>0 to So 00 at $2.98
“Walkover" Shoos for Men. in it styles,
worth $5 00 per pair at S2.98
Tiiti-astle's “Kverlasting" Shoe for Men
in Velour and Box Calf and \ iei, o styles
worth SI iX' per pair at $2.48
Men's Shoo-.. Satin Calf, worth $2.00 at
Men's Shoes. Calf. Creedinmro, sewed
and pegged, worth $2.00 at $1.35
We have just received a line of Sample
Shoes, including Men’s, Women’s and
Children's. All the new lasts are shown
in all qualities. You can buy them at less
than the cost to manufacture.
Men’s Lace Boots in black and tan.
worth $4.00 and $4.50 a pair at $2.35
Ladies' All Felt Slippers, flannel lined,
worth 75c a pair at 39c
Ladies' Felt Slippers, fur trimmed,
worth $1.50 all sizes at 98c
I lot of Children’s Shoes, sizes 5 to 8,
Vici, worth from 75 to 98c per pair 48c
Peters “18 Carat” Shoe
worth $ii.C0 per pair at
Peters “Black Diamond’’ Shoe for Wo-
men worth $2.00 per pair at $1.15
“Roberts, Johnson and Rand’s Sensa
tional” Shoe for Women worth $2.00 per
pair at SI.15
Ladies’ Shoes, Vici, with Cuban or
School heel, worth $1.75 all sizes at 98c
Ladies’ Shoes, felt lined, some are fur
trimmed, worth $1.50 to $2 00 all sizes
MORE MONEY SAVERS.
;',i> inch Black Taffeta Silk, guaranteed,
never soli! under $1.2,* per yard at 95c
10 4 Cotton Blanket, good size, weight
ond quality, tan and grey, worth 75c
at . 48c
“A C A" Feather Ticking, the best made
at the price, worth 20c per yd at 14c
Calicoes, the hi st grade, all colors, worth
7c per yard at 5c
Apron Gingham, assorted patterns, in
blue and brown, worth 7ic per yd at 5c
"Danville” Shirtings, in checks and
stripes, blue and brown, worth 8k’ per
yard at 5c
Shawls and Fascinators. We have just
received a large sample line of these
goods, bought at half price. All styles
and colors at less than wholesale
Husking Pins, worth 10c and I5c at 5c
"J & P Coats” and “Clark’s O NT"
spool cotton at ti spools for 25c
The prices quoted here area fair sam-
ple of the unusual prices we are making
throughout the entire stock. Come and
see for yourself. You will save money
by trading at
Public Sale’ 1 GREENLEE’S CASH STORE.
Having traded my farm and intending to move to Lmd 1. w 11 . ff
at public sale at my old farm &i miles south and 2 ■ea*t of HU
mgs - miles due cast of Garber. 1 mile south and . west of » ores.
I miles north and 7 west of Perry, all my stock, farming imple-
ments, household Roods, in fact everythin* on the place, beginning
,,t ten o'clock sharp, on
Saturday, Nov, 14-
TflHWIT S a seal brown Stallion 11 hands
high, weighing 1JOO pounds, lias clean action,
plenty of life and a disposition that makes him
safe for any woman to drive. I ntrained he
trotted a mile in 2 *9 he was sired by Pliara
see. he by Palo Alto, he by Electioneer.
OLAORICk NO. 1368 - : <sl Ma V'
... w.,> bred \v J H Smith of kingb.sher.
Ok la and was foaled October 14. 1904 He m black
- and st utds 15 hands high Hia
sire was Jupiter and dam Maggie Giancwck, No
oOtV l'iijvrs with him.
NERO, a three-year old Jack, black with white
points He is bred mere in the Mamtnoil:
freight, Ripn -s , r Itaggag* handled
with rare. Leave order* Phone No. 68
0. k. BARBER SHOP
FRANK rONTON. Prop.
Clothes Cleaned and Pressed
kgtncy ter Wellington Steam laundry
■j' t- KtNI Ki "
physician »no surgeon
y»rttAf«*vct v'ltucBs liana
, r i»k Prtt.lt»
h NKt't'K K l.K.
PHVSlCmN AND SURGEON
DAN NEIL, President.
D. O’DONNELL, Vice Pres.
D. A. RA1NSBURG, Cashiei
THE CITIZENS BANK.
Capita) S20.000 Surplus *2,000 Established l!«)
CHATTEL AND FARM LOANS
- DIRECT< )RS
D A.Rainsburg D. O'Donnell W.J. Neil Fred Kingery R. F. Howe Dan Neil
Depositors are protected by the Guarantee Deposit Fund ol the Stale ol Oklahoma
yXfp v prar F»r*fhrtr*
has good head
,Mints IU'is nrtNi mow m ««< k-
utd oat and extra I navy body
will make one Of tlte beat Spw al tot ns this stock
18 Head ot Horses and Mules \ -
high i mule 4 vvs old, 151 hands '
hands high, 1 mule 4 yra old 15 hands
hands high, 2 yearling mules, 2 mule colts, > xtr» g
JSrtd mares 1800 and 14U0 lbs each, in t.«: cy Dead nos. l t«...
j ear old horse* colt, i yearling horse colt, Shetland psin, l *
yearling and l nine year old.
17 Head ot Cattle 7 bend of extra gor'd milk oow> .o -
fat cows 7 head of spring calves.
Implements, etc., 1 wagon and rack. 1 farm wagx.n, 1 mowing
- no and rake', 1 Sat I lev disc plow , 1 disc harrow, 1 di ag hat
,n. t six shovel cultivator, 1 disc cultivator. 1 Johnson header
and binder combined. I goal, harness and wagon 1 huggv amj«Jj-
gl.> harness. 8 sols of g.s.d work hantoss, 1 complete *' > > > W,u K
smithing tools. 1 Superior wheat drill and other articles too num-
erous to mention ... , .__.
300 bushels ot Corn In Crih 30 tons ot Hay In stack
20 acres ot kaffir Com in shock
Free Lunch at Noon.
Terms Twelve months time'on all sums "or $10 w ith interest
il s . cent from date on approved security Sums ot *1
under are cash. Four t*er oe'nt off for cash
C. H. McCaslin. Owner.
l>r s F. Braffonl
PHtsicua 4no surgfok
>« , ih. Caiuros Hot SuiMinp ...rib.
a c- \»»« B'l n*». e*vi»
pk » «rsl
Hlackwell Phono No. 722
Hero one week in each month.
PR. u. t'.. Orelup
Eve. Ear, Nose. Throat, DUssftlting
LNID 0KLK N. SIDE SQ PHONE 336
U/ye Quality and Style
4 e. O K Lilley. ^ AuctiontH'rs
G .1 M Sanders i
It will be to your advantag.' if you have residence
lots, business lots, residence or business property, any
income pivi'erty, or rt'al estate in or around Hidings to
communicate with the Western Land Company, Nat i
Visa. New Mexico, who will match any deal that you
may choose in a gratifying manner to you. IVseribe
your property carefully and state what you want
frfn. V. Engler. President.
Frank C. Leyhe. Sec. and Treas.
1 f all furniture was the same it would not matter
w here you bought, but the kind you tint! in our store is
different; different in appearanee, different in construe
tion, different in design and materially different in
quality from the furniture you get when you send to
Sears Koehuok, Montgomery Ward or any other mail
order house and wo are not afraid of competition in
prices when you consider quality Prices figure hut
quality is the real test of cheapness This is the attire
for good, up to date
Gome and see our goods.
We know wo can suit you
O. W. Long, The Furniture Man
D. 0. Fra.rer. Clerk
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