The Billings News. (Billings, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 31, Ed. 1 Friday, April 19, 1907 Page: 3 of 4
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BILLINGS STATE BANK
M. R. Conway, Pros.
Claude Macy, V'iee Pres.
D. C. Frazier, Cashier
Henry Murray, At-St Cash.
..CAPITAL STOCK, $15,000..
Frank Wright Claude Mac? W. W. MrCullongh
C. E. Pierce R. F. James L. II. Borland M. R. Conway
Sugar, 17 pounds for $1 at St. Clair A
Take your hutler and ecus
Business locals 5c per line lor each iu-
sertion, and l<» run until ordered
on. aud paid lor.
Blanke’s Mojav Coffee at Furagher’s,
For Loans and Insurance see Op-
Field seeds of all kinds can be had of
G. W. Davis.
Pearson & Hayton have the cotton
seed to plant.
Burbank seed potatoes, the late varie-
ty, at Faraghcr’a.
A complete line of PATENT MED-
ICINES at the Corner Pharmacy.
G. W. Davis doesn’t handle garden
seeds hut he has all kinds of Field seeds.
If you are expecting to plant cotton
Pearson A Hayton will furnish you the
Some snow and hail fell in this vicin-
ity last Sunday morning just before
The Old Reliable, Hughes’ Crescent
Cottage PAINT Sold for years at the
same stand. Corner Pharmacy.
M. R. Conway was in Billings again
last Saturday to attend the meeting of
the directors of the Billings State Bank.
P. H. Marsh, veterinary surgeon of
Tonkawa, will be at Shipley A Sand-
ers barn in Billings on Monday, Apr. 29
Blanke’s Trixey Blend Coffee at Far-
Bacon and Salt Meat at St. Clair &
Mr. Ernest Burger made a trip to
Perry last Friday.
Garber Flour “NoxalP brand al- start.ed this spring for the Klondike
Wr handle Java and Mocha C iffeo in
package or bulk, 20 and 25c per lb.
Farmers Grocery and get cash or trade. Jas. Barnet returned last Friday to
Mrs. Frank Ponton returned last Fri- his h"me Bt Chattsworth, Illinois, after j
day from her visit in Enid. Frank V^arng a couple of weeks here v.s.t-
went down Thursday to see her safely
ihg and looking after his Oklahoma
,, , ... i | Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Cruson shook
Remember you only live once, and
, . ... n,. , He dust of Bi lings and vicinity from
can take nothing with you. Then why "
....... . q their leet last Monday and left to take
not get the best while you are here.’’ . f
Ours are the best, "THE ALTON
Nine years ago the First M. E.
Church at Morning Sun, Iowa, was
painted with Bradley A Vrooman Paint..
Repainting was not required till seven
years later. Sold by Ponton Bros.
Mrs. H. U. Boulanger is here making
her sister, Mrs. C. A. Hunter, a lengthy
visit. She arrived last Saturday. Her
husband, “Hub” as he is known here,
ways on hand at Faragher’s.
tip their abode in Enid for a short time
at least. They have rented their farm
for the next season and propose to take
life a little easier in the interim.
Peter Murray, B, W. Van Deren and
N. Ensminger weredrivento Bliss Mon-
day by Addison Murray, at which point
they take the Santa Fe for southern
Texas. Mr. Murray goes to buy land,
while Mr. Van Deren and Mr. Ensrnin-
ger go to see what it looks like and may
“Nothing so good as Cascasweel,’
Messrs. Beaiy and Detwiler had their writes a mother who has used it. “It
Try a patch of cotton, Pearson A | trip to Perry last week all for naught, saved my baby’s life,” writes another.
Hayton will have plenty of seed. as a postponement was taken in the set- ; Caseasweet is a vegtalrle corrective for
tlement of the Seymour estate, owing the disorders of a ehild’s stomach.
Edison phonographs, records and
supplies handled by W. A. Blakeley.
St. Clair & Moncrieff’s is the place to
buy Knoxall flour. Best on the market.
Blanke’s celebrated World’s Fair 20
and 25 cents per pound coffee at Fara-
Those wanting Crockery call at St.
to the absence of some of the creditors. 1 Contents on the bottle in plain English.
C. W. Melrose and family, of Tonka- i50 doses for 25 cents. Recommended
wa, 6pent last Sunday visiting Dan Drug Store.
Neil and family. Mr. Melrose returned Last Saturday Mrs. Glenn Sn'der was
to his business Monday morning and taken to the Wichita hospital, where as
Mrs. Melrose will remain here this week, soon as she has regained enough
strength she will undergo an operation.
She was accompanied by her husband
and brother and Dr. McCorkle. The
Fred Bowers surprised his old time
friends by dropping in on them Mon-
Guy Titsworth returned to N»vada, j duy of this week and spent a couple of
Mo., last Saturday after a very pleasantdaya visiting,
month’s visit here with relatives and
A. Abshear, of Arkansas City, ao-
. companied by an old comrade, D. C.
Clair A Moncrieff’s about May 1st, and Renlotl) were herR from Saturday until
get them at lowest prices. Tuesday. Mr. Abshear was greatly Doctor returned Monday and informed
Bring your PRESCRIPTIONS to us. i pleased with the improvements going U8 that 9he 8tood lhe tire8ome triP wel1
You can rest assured they will be filled | on in Billings. Mrs. A. M. Foster who with the fam-
RIGHT. Corner Pharmacy. j Mr. and Mra. Fiel(]er came up from [ live 6 mile8 northwest of this city, is
Mrs. Claude Cooper, of Perry, has ■ Enid last Saturday and finished pack- j seriously ill with meningitis, lhurs-
spent the past week in this end of the ing up their furniture and on Monday 1 daV the report was that sh.
‘ they left to make that place their future | wa8 not holding her own, and there was
home. Mr. Fielder has gone into busi- , 00 improvement in her condition.- The
ness there for himself. I Blackwell Record. Mrs. Foster was he,.
.... . . only a short time ago visiting friends.
The five-year old child of Mr. and J
Mrs. Otis Chubb was very painfully out TALK TO THE POINT. TIME IS
on the forehead last Friday. She MONEY-1 make Loans Oil Real
into a barbed wire and cut a gash that
required five stitches to be taken by the
doctor to close up the wound.
We want Ymi
to talk to ,uu-
We have hail mur<‘
I n tli(> putting up <>f PltBS-
OIUPTIONS tint] the rum pound-
ing of Drugs, Patent Medicines,
etc., than anyone else in this vi-
cinity and therefore, we think, are entitled to your patronage
and consideration. A fair trial will prove this to he true. Our
prices will be found right always. We want you to consider
ns your friends, for we have your welfare and well-being at
heart. You need not, for one moment, fail to trust u>, we shall
strive at all times to merit your confidence.
Drugs. Patent Medicines. Wall Paper. Watches.
Clocks. Jewelry. Paints. Oils. Glass, etc.
CORNER PHARMACY, 1;™ „
Res. Phone 59
BILUNGS DRUG-JEWELRY STORE
Bus. Phone 49
county visiting relatives and friends.
It is said perfection can not be ob-
tained in this life. We think we have
reached it with “THE ALTON
Thousands have pronounced Hollis-
S. T. Davis has been at home the past ter’s Rocky Mountain Tea the greatest
Estate at current rates with
privilege to pay all or any
part at interest payments, or
all at any time in case of sale
| week, after having been out on the road 1 healing power on earth. When medi- J. P, Opdylke at CitlZPIlS Bank
The atmosphere was cold enough ; selling automatic scales since the farm- cal science fails, it succeeds. Makes
Thursday night, April 12, to freeze era elevator quit business. you well and keeps you well. 55 cents.
, Tea or Tablets. Corner Pharmacy.
‘Good for everything a salve is used
standing water to the t hickness of com-
mon window glass.
No delay, Henriehs the
Jeweler, does his work
fpromptly and well. He
’is at the CORNER PHAR-
for and especially recommended for
Piles.” That is what we say about
De Witt’s Carbolized Witch Hazel
Salve. That is what twenty years of j
06age has proven. Get the original, j day’s train, destined for the same place,
Sold at City Drug Store. 1 all going to their claims.
W. E. Swihart, Chas. Russell and
Hugo Kasper took Monday’s train out
of Billings for New Mexico, while Miss
Eila and James McCluskey took Tues-
Wm. Lamb and wife, of Portland
Mills, Pa., are the guests of bis parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Lamb. They ar-
rived last Saturday and their stay in
Oklahoma depends on how they iikethe
country, but as for the people, they will
pretty near decide to stay on their ac-
count, as there are none better any-
Thursday of last week another real
estate exchange was made through our
local man J. P. Opdylke. He sold the
undivided one-half interest in the twen-
ty acres adjoining Billings on the north-
east to S. G. Dorr, of Portland, Oregon.
1 The tract was owned together by the
above gentleman and E. J. Kelly, attor-
ney for the Rock Island. Mr. Kelly
wished to dispose of his interest and
Mr. Dorr wanted the same, so it was an
easy mutter to close up the deal.
A. C. Young and family and T. F.
Hopkins and family loaded their goods
here last Monday and left with them on
! the same train for El Campo, Texas.
Mr. Young goes to take possession of
his farm he bought there a few weeks
ago, while Mr. Hopkins goes to try and
better his conditions in life.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Buzard took the
train last Saturday euroute to the big
pasture country. Mr. Buzard took his
! better half along with him that she
might decide whether she would like to
make that claim awarded him their
j home or not. Mrs. Buzard returned
Monday while he went and filed.
; There are many tonics in the land,
As by the papers you can see;
But none of them rail equal
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea.
Sold at the Corner Pharmacy.
Dr. McCorkle went over east of Red
Rock last Friday to see how W. M.
Blackwood was getting along. He has
been suffering for the past few months
with locomotor ataxia. His limbs from
his knees down have been perfectly
numb most of this time, while his fin-
gers have all cramped out of shape.
Doctor reported him considerable bet-
ter and that he is able to use both his
hands and fept to some extent. Not
long ago the family sent over here and
purchased the invalid’s chair U9ed by
Mrs. Dctwiler’s mother before the lat-
ter’s death. All of the friends of the
family will be glad to learn that he is
When you need a pill, and be sure it’s
an Early Riser. De Witt’s Little Early
Risers are safe, sure, satisfactory pills.
The pills with a reputation. They do
not gripe or sicken. They are sold at
City Drug Store.
Farm Loans made di=
rect to the investor
at Billings State Bank
no “rake off” for the
middle man. Call or
write them for rates.
We have had
peaches and cream
and frosted cake
but frosted peaches
is a new dish.
Ms’ ,V ,L ,
We talked Twine to you
last week and meant ev=
ery word of it. We be=
lieve that plain, fair,
square talk beats some
that cannot be backed.
rE Solti 68,000 pounds of twine last season, and for this year’s crop we bought 40,000 pounds—25,000 of Plymouth ttntl 1.>,000 of I Jeering Standard, mt .tie
thinking very seriously of canceling our order, for we certainly do not want to carry over 15 or 20 thousand pounds ot twine. We arc going to wait lo
days more and would consider it a favor if our customers would simply let us know about what they would need in ease the wheat is not injured any mote.
We Want to Talk Cultivators.
In a two-row listed corn cultivator we handle KIKL1N wheel and sled machines. Also the
FLY INK. SVVKDE wheel two-row cultivator with its wood boxings that are guaranteed to last
the life of the machine. We carry a three-disc OHIO one-row sjed that is equipped with wood boxings.
You will make a mistake if you do not see our line.
—,.11 1 n , /• j \ir. _ Strange as it may seem. There never has been ft
Yes, we Still nave some Buggies ana Wagons, job sold at anv price that has equaled it. They can
talk price and show you some “foxy” painted new fixin’s on buggies but when it comes to genuine machine huffed leather, yellow poplar boxes, hickoiy wheels .tnd
reaches and wrought iron clippings you cannot beat them. Look for yourself, you can see the good points.
We have added the genuine FISH MHOS. WAGON with the bent, box on earth. We can show’you.
Yours in the Work,
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The Billings News. (Billings, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 31, Ed. 1 Friday, April 19, 1907, newspaper, April 19, 1907; Billings, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1173019/m1/3/: accessed January 24, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.