The Billings News. (Billings, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 31, Ed. 1 Friday, April 12, 1912 Page: 4 of 4
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OX JUNE 1st we are going to move our stock of merchandise in our old stand, the D. C. FRAIZER BUILDING and in order to
get our stock .n the room we will have to reduce it one half, so we have decided to make a big sa™on dLrent ines until
our stock is reduced. Y\e are going to offer our line of 1 ,,nei5 unin
Hen s, Boys , Ladies Misses’ and Children’s Shoes and Oxfords at Cost
and our line of Men s and Boys’ Clothing’ at absolute cost
.Now When you see the merchandise we are offering, you will be convinced that we mean what we sav Thes- orices are for
cash or produce-we want that understood. We can't sell goods at cost and give time on them. ' ’ " P '
MEN'S AND BOVS’ SUITS.
• 11.00 “
MEN’S ODD PANTS
BOVS’ KNEE PANTS
*1.50 Values $1.15
1-25 “ .85
•65' “ .45
.50 “ .38
. -*• *•
We w,l| have lines every week to clean up at prices you cannot afford to miss. These lines will be out with prices on them,'
^ Commencing' Friday, April 12th. & &
Don t miss this sale. \\ e can do you some good and save you money.
1 Billings, COOPER & BEATY.
J. W. Park went to Enid Tuesday.
G M. Dizney dropped in yester-
day for a short stay.
Dr West will be here from April
15th to 20th to do dental work.
Sand delivered in town at $1.80
per load. Inquire at this office.
For Sale plenty of flood dwarf
broom corn seed.—-J. E. McClure.
For Sale.—100 bales of crabgrass.
—Mrs J. A. Baird, phone 55 on line
If 7011 have tiny good fat heifers
or cows see L Setnke before selling
■ Frank McKeown and oldest daugh-
ter were passengers to Enid. Wed-
Miss Ruby Henry is up from Per-
ry visiting chums in the old neigh-
Remember you can get two pack-
ages of garden seed at Farager's for
D. C. Womach went to the Okla-
homa City market yesterday with
81 head of hogs.
J. D. Choate left for Hennessey,
Saturday, to visit a few weeks with
a couple of his sons.
YOU RISK NO MONEY.
in this section yesterday looking for
pasture for eighty head of cattle this
For Sale—Kaffir corn seed and RURAL CARRIER EXAMINATION!
bound Kaffir fodder.- Asa Stout, ^ civil service examination willI
34 east and 84 south of Billings. ^ jjeld at Perry, Saturday. April ,
S.„„ o,™ „ Lamont Z7Z ftSS Wf tW’tSSSi'££
caused by the resignation of the old north and 4 mile east of Billings,
carrier. W. A. Blakeley. No person the following property commencing
is eligible to take the examination at one o'clock sharp
Peurson &. Hayton have a good who is not actually domiciled within _ , . MIA !
supply of bran, shorts, corn chop, the territory supplied from a post- | UCSQ3V, .April 10
and all kinds.of feed. See them be- office in Noble county. The age
fore buying. limit is 18 to 55, on the date of ex- S head Horses and Mules—
. , . . . . . d amination. and is open to all male 1 bay mare 9 years old weight 1300
There is great rejoicing tn the R. cilizens of the UnitP(1 states who 1 bay mare smooth mouth wt. 1100
J. Nixon home over the arrival of a can comp,y with the requirements. ,1 bay yearling horse colt
“........ Blanks and further information il span of mules 3 years old
can be had by applying to W. W. j g head Cattle
Watson of Perry q good milch cows, one of them half
Reformed Presbyterian Church (Jer^ ^ Sowa
Sunday, April 14th. Sabbath Weighing 160 pounds each and all
school at 10 o'clock a m. Public —^ jg
worship at 11 a. m., subject "God's 1 ,, D , ...
Readiness to Meet Highest Expecta- Implement*— V an Brunt drill.
1U 1 $100 | Harness Dipping I |||
Is not a new discovery, but the farmer who has us
dip his harness will discover that we make them
LOOK LIKE NEW. We use only the best DIPPING
OIL, which keeps the .LEATHER SOFT. Come and
Try us. I keep a full line of hand and machine made
harness on hand. ‘COLLARS, WHIPS, BRIDLES,
HALTERS, Etc. My Prices are right. Come and
fine healthy son. Wednesday even-
ing, April 10th.
J B Keitn of Enid, came over
Wednesday to ln«k after the mar-
keting of the hay from his farm
southeast of town, the old Frank
The New York Racket has re-
jjj.A. G. MULLER. J
cetved a large shipment of ribbons. iKESTX Cassidy 16-inch riding plow, com
which they will sell at especially 5 Christ " planter with check row attachment.!
low prices for the next week, begu.- ■ ur Th™fh,' “ next Oliver lister, buggy, set of buggy
,O,n°rr0W Iwe^of vital imerSt to the wS harness, saddle, some household
TIM. the Percheron-Morgan stal- community. goods and other articles,
lion, will stand the season of 1912 You are invited to unite with us Terms—Six months time on all
in Billings. Terms $7 00. .See S J. in our services gums over $10 with interest at 8“%
Caskey, at the Farmers Shipping H. G. Foster. Pastor. from date on approved security.
Association office. | --------- Sums of $10 ami under are cash.
Puts End to Bad Habit. Four per cent off for cash.
Things never look bright to one j|. J. Riley, Administrator.
Mrs. Samuel St. Clair came over
from Enid yesterday to spend a few
Our Reputation and Money Are Back
of This Offar.
Wo pay for nil the wodlolno wmhI
during the trial. If our remedy fall* to
completely relieve you of conutlpntkm.
We take nil the rhk. You nre not ob-
ligated 10 n* In any way whatever. If
you < opt onr offer Could anything
I mi more fair for you? la there any*
reanon why you ahotild healtnte to put
our clalniH to n practical test?
A most scientific, common-sense
treatment Is tlexall Orderlies, which
are eaten like rafidy. They nre very
p^‘aoun«*ed. gentle and pleasant In 10
and partlcnlnrly ngreenble In
mxory way. They do not cause dlar*
rbora. nausea, flatulence, griping, or
other inconvenience. Hexall Orderlies
nre particuliirly good for children, aged
and delicate persona.
We urge you to try Rexall Order
lies at our risk. Three siaes. 1(V\,
JBc.. and oOc. Remember..you can get
Rexall Remedies In this community
only at our store—The Rexall Store
Sowers' Drug Store.
days while Mr. St Clair is painting with the blues" Ten to one the
his residence property and other- trouble is a sluggish liver, filling the
wise improving the plat*. system with bilious poison, that
Dr Kings New Life Pills would ex-
Geo E. Harrison was over from p,.| Try them Let the joy of bet-
Enid yesterday and informed us ter feelings end “the blues " Best
that he had purchased some land in for st0mach, liver and kidneys. 25c
the Sacramento Valley of California al Corner Pharmacy.
and he and family would leave for -
there to make a residence next POULTRY FOR SALE.
J. M Sanders. Auctioneer
D. C. Fraizer, Clerk
The Waters Company began a
SINGLE COMB BUTTS
i Corn, shelled
Bran, mill run
Young Roosters per pound
I Old ......
Eggs, per dozen
; Cream, per pound
Teddy Roosevelt A fuU
series of meetings at the Methodist Winners at Hydro, Enid. Muskogee. . ... „ .. ,.aQ_ ., . ,
irvssr. =?&25 sskkss sr mss
w Wb,"fer'Blllines okl“ , ?i£»5MS i
hear them Rose Comb Reds—Eggs for hatch- to stand and suck.
ing, two cents each.—W. J. Porter. _ , » r t -r 1,..'
G L Faragher was heard tore- phone 55 on 98 Repeater 4547 A
mark Tuesday morning that he was Jac«, n yts.
worth $10,(XM) more than he was Eggs for hatching.—White Wyan- old, 16 hands; weight 1000 lbs :
twenty hours before and, when ask- dotte. 1st pen headed by J. C. Fish- sired by Napoleon of Glenwater.
ed to explain the reason thereof, he el s cock bird and hens scoring from K.v $15 to insure colt to stand
dished out the cigars lavishly, say- 90 to 944 per setting of 15 for $3 and suck
ing it was caused by the arrival of Second pen per setting $2 Utility ”
a sweet little miss Monday evening $1 per setting
April 8th, who tipped the scales at Buff Wyandotte $1 per setting.
74 pounds. Mrs. J. E. Glines
They will stand the season at
the John Henry barn in Billinas.
| For information Phone No. 124.
C. E Pierce, Owner.
Tickets on Sale Daily
March 1st to April 15, 1912
You can buy a one-way Colonist ticket
and go in perfect comfort on fast trains— j
with dining car service —in through Rock,
Island Tourist Sleeping Cars providing the
conveniences of a Standard Pullman at half
Choice of Three Routes
Sotirhem. via FI ftio, the route of lowejt
iltitudejj Scenic, through Colorado aad
Salt J_ake City, gu-tv-e Southwn Pacific or
Weirem Pa,\nc Railways.
hut! ..J i.Jjrmjlum » regiutt
Division Pa,. Agt.
W. C. Van Aridala
Isn’t it a good plan to
depend on the expert.
opinion of these men, j
just as you do,
your doctor or
F. B. O’Donnell,
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The Billings News. (Billings, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 31, Ed. 1 Friday, April 12, 1912, newspaper, April 12, 1912; Billings, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1172499/m1/4/: accessed November 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.