The Billings News. (Billings, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, November 13, 1908 Page: 3 of 4
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BILLINGS STATE BANK
M. R. Conway, Pres.
C. E. Pierce, Vice Pree,
D. C. Fraizer, Cashier
Henry Murray, Asst. Cash.
Capital Stock $15,000
M. It. Conway C. E Pierce W. W. McCuUoosb
Geo. SeegerR C. E. French H. Murray D. C. Fraizer
Our Depositors are protected by the Guarantee Deposit Fund
of the State of Oklahoma.
Businchg locals 5c per line (or each in-
sertion, and to run until ordered
nua and paid for.
Good Coal, $6.00 per ton at Pearson j
Peter Murray was a passenger to I
When you want grinding done go to
W. L. Wells of Crescent City, joined
Mrs. Wells here Wednesday.
Fresh fruit, candy and cigars on hand
at all times. St. Ciair & Moncrieff.
St. Clair & Moncrieff handle a full
line of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
J. E. Glines shipped a car of hogs, 85
head, to the Wichita market Monday.
We will not give coupons on chairs
after Nov. 1st , St. Clair & Moncrieff.
I)r. C. J. Lukens, Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat Specialist, Enid. Glasses Fitted.
Try our special brand of Coffee 12
cents per pound.—St. Clair & Moncrieff.
Emanuel Smith went to Pond Creek
last Saturday to spend Sunday with a
If vou want good coal cheap go to j
Pearson & Hayton and get it for $6 00 j
Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Caskey returned^
Tuesday from their month’s visit in I
Miss Cecil Menihan went to Enid last
Saturday for a number of days
Emil Blank returned from Cleo last
Saturday to stay a few days to attend
to some business. He does net think
he will go to El Campo this winter and
do any improving. The boys do not
make a very favorable report to him, as
it has been too wet there, the same as
Oscar Reed and L. C. Falknor re
turned to their homes in Billings last
Sunday evening, after having complet-
ed the day before the erection of a large
house over in the Osage country. They
have been at Bliss and in the Osage
country for a number of months doing
Mr. and Mrs J.T Francis of Inger-
soll, and son Lem of Kansas, dropped
into Billings last Friday and visited a
day with Will and family. Lem had
been over home visiting and stopped off
here on his return to Kansas. He was
Leave your renewals and subscrip-, . . . ,
none with Mrs. McMillan at the News one of our earlytoy***, but had not
j Agency. Office in
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O. W. Long’s Fur- heen here for eight years.
Oh, no, O. H. Hendricks has no idea
of leaving Oklahoma and to show his
confidence in ita future prospects has
bought another quarter section of land
Last Friday he closed the deal lor the
Jas. Norman place, seven miles east of
Rillings and dug up $8800 for it. Mr
Norman and family will move to Mis-
A. Phillips will sell his personal ef-
fects on Tuesday, Nov. 17 See the
bills he has posted this week, deacrib-
ing his stock, etc.
C. E. Pierce went to the Kansas City |
market last Saturday with 80 head, a j
carload, of hogs, belonging to him and ■
his brother, George.
Mrs Susie Homb« of Denver, Colora-
Hoff is building an addition to ,1(1) Ntopp„d 0ff here from Monday until
m-.,n .... and a Tuesday while enroute to Kirksville,
frame Mo , t0 vjsjt her cousin, Mrs. Amos
Christie The ladies had not met for
28 years and though the visit was very
short, it was full of pleasure for both.
Mrs. Hombs iB a professional nursp and
had duties that called her to Missouri.
his farm house 16x32 feet, story
half high and commenced the
work the first of the week.
You pay for what you get. Why not
insist on having what you want, “THE
The Ladies’ Aid of the M. E. e.hurch
If you want a piano for the young
folks or a graphaphone for the old
folks see what a bargain Blakely &
Faris can make you on either,
Mrs. A. S Cades got back to Billings
on last Friday’s train for a few dayB
visit with old friends and relatives. She
reports liking her new home very much.
D. L. Arney went to Enid last Satur-
day to have an operation performed on
his nose by Dr. C E Orelup, which has
given him a great deal of trouble of late
Rev. Hodge, former pastor of the
Christian church, was shaking hands
with old acquaintances and members of
his flock here between trains Monday.
You had better commence to think
about what kind of a musical instrument
you are going to give as a Xmas present
and figure with Blakeley & Faris for it.
B. C. Collins has the lumber on the
visit i ground for a new six room house on his
farm, which he will commence work on
as soon as he is through husking his
Roy West went to Anadarko last Sat-
urday to wee about renting the farm he
owns down there another year and get
will give a chicken pie supper on Satur- j his share of the crop raised on
day night, November 21.
The Lord Willing the Pentecost peo
pie will occupy the month of February
with meetings in Billings,
Miss Eula Hendricks left Billings
Monday tor an eitended visit witn rela-
tives near Denver, Colorado.
Mrs P. H. McKeown went to Black-
Some groeers want you to take some-
! thing they claim just as good. Don’t
1 be fooled by this old chestnut; insist on
having what you want, "THE ALTON
Dr. D. F Coldiron was over from
Bliss last Saturday night. He met his
brother from Pond Creek here, who
well the first of the week to have some j brought him an operating chair to be
dental work done by Dr. West.
B. W. Van Deren left last Saturday
for another trip to Western Texas to
try and buy more irrigated land.
If I had children that I wanted to
keep healthy and well, I would feed
them “THE ALTON GOODS.”
M. L. Whelan started for Illinois
Friday of last week for a short visit as
well as to transact some business.
Dr. Burnett of Wichita, came in
Wednesday to look after his farm to
the northwest of Billings a few miles.
Mr. and Mrs, Claude Fielder ended
j used by him in his practice.
Mrs. Forrest Clark and grandmother,
Mrs Edwards, left Tuesday for Beaver
Crossing, Nebraska, the former to visit
a couple of weeks and the latter to re-
main for the winter with relatives.
There will be preaching at the Chris-
tian church Sunday evening by Elder
Sears, but there will be no morning ser-
vice on account of the Union Township
Convention, which will be held in the
M. E Church.
It's a Crime
lo neglect your health. The worst, ne-
glect that you can be guilty of is to al-
low const ipation, biliousness or any liver
or bowel trouble to continue It is pois-
oning your entire system and may lead
to a serious chronic disease. Take Mal-
lard's llerbine and get absolutely well.
The sure cure for any and all troubles
of the stomach, liver and bowels. Sold
at Smith’s Drug Store.
Peter McIntyre’s hand is getting so
he can use it again.
Dewey White has been suffering with
a severe sore throat.
Guy Wolf is helping J. W. Shotwell
shuck corn this week.
Mrs. Mount is weaving a carpet for
Mrs. W. H. Oellerman.
Mrs. Kate Barket visited at W. H.
Goff’s Friday afternoon
S. Heironimus is shucking corn for
Fred Kingery this week.
Literary was well attended at the
Compton Friday evening.
Miss Dosia Warden is still on the sick
list, but we hope she is better.
Mrs Milton Shultz visited with Mrs.
McCaslin one afternoon last week.
Floyd Heironimus is sporting a new
top buggy. Girls, this is leap year.
There will be preaching at the Racket
Sunday afternoon by the new pastor.
There was no school at the Racket
last Tuesday on account of election.
Miss Nellie Moore spent Thursday
evening with her aunt, Mrs. Otis Barnes.
Charley Childers and family took din-
ner with Mrs. Childers one day last
Mrs. Burke visited with Mrs. Strode
The recent cold weather is rather
hard on cotton pickers.
Mrs. E. L. Stout visited her mother,
Mrs. Merriman Monday.
Mrs. Pennington was reported real
sick the first of the week.
The Polo aid met at the church Tues-
day evening to elect new officers.
Miss lva Scott Bpent Friday evening
and Saturday with Tessie Birnell.
A few of the Endeavor's met at Mr.
Burke’s Tuesday evening and practiced
Mrs. Shroyer, who has been visiting
in Illinois, Nebraska and Michigan, is
expected home this week.
A number of young folk attended the
party given at the Semke home Satur-
day night. All reported a fine time.
Mrs. Oakley and daughter, Miss
Fannie will be home for Thanksgiving, I
Miss Fannie is attending school at;
This community was sorry to hear of j
the sudden death of Mr. Ncwson, one
of our old neighbors, and our sympathy j
is with the bereaved family.
Mrs. Polly’s little girl fell out of the
buggy and injured one of her lower •
limbs two weeks ago and so far the j
Drs. have failed to relieve her.
Elmer Brandon, son-in law of Mrs.
Mounts who lives near Covington, had
the misfortune to get his leg broke. I
Mrs. Mount and son John and Mr. and j
Mrs. Birnell were called down there i
St'NDAY AT ANTELOPE
Mary Shandorf visited Elsie Weaver.
Miss Elsie Ingram viBited Tessie
Mr. Edgar Stout and wife visited his
Did you say?
carry a line of
as fine perfume
as is to be found
that goes with it
GOLD CREAM, HAIR LOTIONS,
TOILET ARTICLES, ETC.
Residence Phone 39
brother A. E. Stout.
Rev. Coffey of Mo., delivered
good serinone at Polo.
Culver Mackey and wife visited Mr.
Snodgrass and family near Lucien.
Mr. Dale and family, Mr. Cook and
family, Lee Ridenour and wife were
entertained at the Schnaithman home.
You can cure dyspepsia, indigestion, | »
sour or weak stomach, or in fact any j W
form of stomach trouble if you will lake:
Kodol occasionally- just at Hie linn-1 ^
when you need it. Kodol does out have :
to be taken all Hie time. Ordinarily you ! <48
take Kodol now and then, because it|N^
completely digests all the food you eat. vjv
anil after a few days or a weak or so, the !
stomach can digest the food withoutl
the aid of Kodol Then you don’t need ! sQ?
Kodol any longer. Try ii today on our |
guarantee. VVe know what it will do' v
for ioii. Sold by Corner Pharmacy.
J5he Big Jo Lumber Co. |
Wants to sell you building material of all kinds, such as
Lumber, Shingles, Sash and Doors, 4>
Lime, Brick and Cement. %
When in need of anything in our line call and ^
let us furnish you estimates. &
“Good Grades and Fair Treatment,” our motto ^
West end of Main Street.
W. J. KEPN, - - Manager. J
Eli Cox and W H Huff of Tonkawa,
were here Tuesday for a few hours
Mr. Huff is a barber and was looking
Mr. am, c ir. oi-uue r mum rimeu . |or „ location and may decide to come
! “°,nhd;y “d her., Mr. Cox is a,if, in the employ of
points in Kansas on the same mission
Nobody wants the worst of it, in fact,
everybody is looking fer ihe bent of it.
You get it in “THE ALTON GOODS”
J. T. English has a sale advertised
for Wednesday, Nov. 18. Read a list of
his stuff on this page.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel English went to j
Carmen, Wednesday, to visit a couple
of days with their son John and family. 1
P. H. Marsh, veterinary surgeon, will j
be at the Palace barn in Billings the j
first and third Monday of each month j
the Tonkawa Telephone Co.
L. A Brown, veterinary surgeon, vis-
its Hjnter every Monday and Garber
every Wednesday. The remainder of
the week ht can be found at his black-
smith ahop in Billings. Calls answered
at all hours of the day or night.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Brown of Enid,
came over Thursday of last week, the
former to go over in the Osage country,
where Mr Falknor via, at work, on a
hunt and the latter to visit her mother,
Mrs, Falknor, until Monday, when they
Having sold my farm I will offer at public sale at this farm, 3 miles
cast and ti south of Hillings, 5 miles south of White Rock, 5 miles
north and 1 east of Polo, the following described personal proper-
ty, commencing at one o'clock sharp on
Wednesday, Nov. 18.
6 Head of Horses and Mules 1 grey mare 12 years old,
in foal by Jack, 1 bay mare 11 years old, in foal by Jack, 1 black
horse coming 3 years old, 1 bay horse mule, 15 hands high, com-
ing 3 years old, 1 black horse colt and 1 mare mule colt.
3 Head of Cattle I yearling steer, 2 heifer calves.
36 Head of Hogs 5 brood sows. 1 male hog. 1 shoats weigh-
ing 80 pounds each, 26 pigs I month old.
Implements, etc., I seven-foot Deering binder, I McCormick
mower, I Sattley sulky plow, I disc plow, I walking cultivator,
I disc harrow, I grain drill, I two-section harrow, I walking list-
er and drill, I one-row monitor, I corn sheller, 2500 lbs Henrietta
coal, 300 bushel of corn in crib, 6 tons of alfalfa hay and other
articles too numerous t° mention.
Terms Eight months time on all sums over $10 with interest at
8 per cent from date on approved security. Sums of $10 and
under are cash. Four per cent off for cash. No property to be
removed until settled for.
J. T. English, Owner.
Col. J. B. Queen, Auctioneer Dan Neil, Clerk
And some one had to be disappointed, just
like some one will be it" they do not buy a
Charlie Childers and brother is en-
joying a visit with a brother from Ar-
kansas this week.
Rev. Henthorn and wife visited with
P L Barnes and family Thursday eve-
ning and Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Rollie Kingery are pre-
paring to move to their new home on
the Benjamin farm.
Mrs. W. H. Gellerman and Mrs Kate
Barket spent a delightful day with Mrs.
Rumor tells u» that A. Phillips is
preparing to m..ve lo Arkansas. We
cannot slate how soon.
There is Christian Endeavor every
Sunday night at the An,elope, com
mencing promptly at 7.30. Everyone
is cordially invited.
There is to be a pie supper at the '
Conway Saturday night. Girls are re- [
quested to bring pies and tlie boys to
bring well filled purses.
Listen! The wagons are going to the j '
cornfield before daylight, which means!
that the people are rushing com shuck-
ing while there is good weather, but we |
are afraid it will not last long.
A number of friends gathered at the j
Lew Semke home, one night last week, j
to hid them farewell, before they leave
for their new home at Garber. They | f
will be greatly missed from our midst I ^
Mrs. Semke served cake and coffee dur- I
ing the evening.
Miss Mabie Weaver spent the day at j
Mrs. Baldwin visited with Mrs. E. L. i
Vollie Rieger visited with Miss Grace
Miss Pearl Lentz spent the day with |
her grandma, Mrs. Deal.
Miss Mary Snandorf spent Saturday
night and Sunday with Miss Elsie Wea- j
Mr. and Mrs. Peter McIntyre and'
children were entertained by H. B. |
Stroup and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Williams and j
children were entertained by Mr. and
Mrs A Hasselv.ander.
Mr and Mrs. Otis Barnes and family
and niece, MisB Violet Barnes, visited
w.th Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Austin and
daughter, Miss Pearl.
Pleasant, sure, easy, safe liltlr liver
Pills, are lieWIn’H Little Early Risers.
Sold at Corner Pharmacy.
ROUND OAK RANGE AND HEATER
When they go to buy.
We are enthusiastic
about these stoves
simply because every
day we rebuild some-
body's range in our
workshop. We have
them all, the Majest-
ic, Acmes, Oxfords,
Peninsulars and even
the notorious Home
Comforts, that their
agents tell you will
last us long as any
other two stoves and
save so much fuel,
your wife can easily
chop wood for it.
Now iu regard to the
range peddler, his
stock in trade is his
talk not his stoves.
They will not put it
in the hands of deal-
ROUND OAK CHIEF STEEL RANGE
A stove must have merit to do that. They know the stove they sell is
not worth the money and we can show you why if you will come in and look
at them iu our workshop. e are still selling
Price from 25 to 42J cents per rod. Ranging in height from 2G inches up to
49 inches. Buy the heaviest and strongest fence on earth for the same mon-
ey you pay for a cheap fence. ^ ours truly,
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