The Billings News. (Billings, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 31, Ed. 1 Friday, April 19, 1907 Page: 4 of 4
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The doctor* say a lot of our sickness
in caused by the use of cheap canned
poods. To keep healthy, use "THE
The frame work is up on Dan McCoy’s
J. Q. Cooper wa9 an Enid viatorTues- j Levi MoCalliater was up from Hen-
day ol this week. ! nesaey the first of tne week and took
o. W David ran supply you with all | back with him when he returned
kinds of field seeds.
Don't fail to see the carload of Bug-
gies just received at Cades!
No hunting, fishing or trespassing al-
lowed on my farm. S. F.. Compton.
nesday a load of implements
' left at the old farm here.
Wednesday, April It, the hnnre of Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar Anderson was brighten-
ed by the arrival of a fine looking lad,
who already lets people know Mr. and
Mrs. Chartrand are his grandpa and
Mrs. A. W. Corn was able to be' When your hack hurts it is nlmo«t |
brought home from the hospital Thurs-| always u warning from your kidneys.
When your kidneys are wrong there is
nothing so good as the use of De \\ itt's
Hr. C. J. Lukens, ICyv.
Throat Specialist, Kmd.
Kar, No-c and
If you want
grass, alfalfa, cane,
millet, or kaffir corn seed go to 0. W.
Mrs. E. H. Perry left Thursday for
Chicago, called there by the illness of
Mr. Perry's sister.
Mrs. it. H. Edmonson is prepared to
take scholars for lessons on the piano but ^ m.rv,.s at
or organ. Phone No. 17 | atrung.
S. C. Savage, of Otfumna, Iowa, came
Kidney and Bladder Pills. They assist
I the kidneys. Sold at City Drug Store.
W. J. Neil, brother of Dan Neil, is
with us again, having arrived Wednes-
day from Ottumwa, Iowa. He has re-j UK
covered from being hurt in the wreck I 419
he was in while on his last journey here,
times are still un-
in Wednesday for a few days visit with
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Perry.
There is no use of trying to make out
with the old rig when you can get a new
uno at Cades anywhere from $35 up.
ft. W.Vns Doren’s mother came up
from her home at Hennessey Tuesday
for a short visit with her son and fam-
Geo. Mowbray was at Winfield, Kan.,
list week and reports plenty of the lit -
tie green pest up there, but little dam-
age done yet.
If you have any carpenter work you
want done in a first class manner Simon
lloaner, the carpenter and builder,
solicits your work.
A lot of sickness is caused hy the
poor quality of canned goods. Protect
your family by always using “THE
Wanted Stock to pasture IK) acres of
fine grass with living water on it, 5
miles south of Billings. Terms reason-
able. S. E. Compton.
Mrs. Chas. Sturm returned to her
home at Caldwell, Rons , Wednesday,
after a few days visit here with her pa-
rents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Howe.
Richard Ellis and Clyde Gonser are
doing good work this week filling in the
ow place In the mad between Ponton
Hros. store and the Citizens Bank.
We have clubbing rates with the
Kansas City Star and Wichita Eagle
and can give you the weekly of either
one clubbed with our paper for a year
This is worth reading anil remember-
ing: Perma-I.ac is used indoors and
outdoors. One application produces
a beautiful and permanent finish on any
article. Sold by Ponton Bros.
The Ora'orieal and vocal music eon-
teat that was published to take place in
Billings, Friday night, April 19th, is
postponed until week after nest, watch
for date in next week's issue.
P. D. Dupy returned home Wednes-
day after a week's visit wit it Ills brother
down in the Cheyenne country, lie re-
ports all the wheat and oats killed down
there by the greenbugs.
If the weather permits it will not be
long before Main street will be filled in
and graded up and be a first class
thoroughfare. It looks had and is very
rough now but tha' part of ii will be
forgotten when work on it is finished
and flic main block will look like a city
D. K. Sterrett is once more a bonafide
citizen of Billings, having moved his
family and belongings over from Hun-
ter Monday of this week and are now
enjoying life in their own property
north of the hotel.
Ed. Fairchild, who has been working j
for the past six months with O. O.
Smith, at Merritt, Okla., in the latter’s
cotton gin returned to Hillings Tuesday
and says they enjoyed a good business j
the past soason. Mr. Smith will not
be home for over a month yet.
WANTED: Young men to prepare i
for immediate Railway Telegraph ser-
vice. Only few months time required
and situation sure. Can't supply de-
mand for operators. Write for particu-
lars. Dallas Telegraph College,
417 Main St ., Dalian, Texas.
For the next two weeks to come our
local subscribers need not look for the
colored section we have put out for the
past two weeks. We are unable to get
it for these two weeks, but from then on
we expect to have them regularly ev»ry
week. It has given satisfaction and we
intend to keep it up, but don’t get dis-
appointed if you do not get it for tbe
next two weeks.
CITY TREASURER REPORT.
(Continued from first paf?e)
K A Ulitrev :*• •»!
.1 T Clark - 2.‘>
L <' Cummin#* 2 7f»
•If I > I i hs 2*». 75
It !•• Cowell 12 00
Win Francis 25 IK)
Lane .Jordon 21 00
K A Uiiffoy 2 00
I. Morris •*» o()
Tim <’ro.ss<i. |d 12 o<>
.1 V Cowell
.1 C Bliss
W T Steel
»i A Pearson
.1 \\ i Jordon
P F Quillen
.1 A McKee
Lit\ I)rn# Co
Foster Luinh' i Co
I > L Arney
.1 W .Jordon
• i A IVarson
W C Hawkins
.1 W .Jordon
.1 T Huddleston
.1 W (Jordon
< )klaiion.a < Ji:* nite C.
It E Edmonson
(i A Pearson
L«>we I)ru# Co
Hi# Jo Lumber Co
Are You A Farmer?
UK) Charlie Cox
■140 L C Haskms
441 ti A Pearson
442 John K Burnett
443 F M Morris
414 O H Landes
445 I. C Brown
440 McCluskey Bros
447 O H Landes
448 Henry Hawkins
44!) W C Cohen
44.0 David Fuulknor
451 W C Cohea
452 J I. Jordan
453 W E Durant
454 J w Jordan
455 G A Pearson
458 J A McKee
484 D L Arney
465 P F Quillen
Total Received ■ $!15K!l t-H
“ Paid Out 3381 07
:i 7a I
35 82 j
1 2a |
I oo I
1 00 i
2 (K) j
10 50 I
5 15 I
I 00 i
12 50 |
51 85 |
I f 8o. you avo one
I'pom choice ami can tell whether fanning as an investment
pays or whether it does not.
Do You Hake It Pay?
Have von first ■ lass tools, implements, etc? Non say yes, but you are wronjt
it yoii luive no Superior drill, the only drill that sows oats right, and the
famous Janesville plows, corn-pi iters, listers and Hudlong Disc harrow.
\Ye also have the Racine, Satiley ami the Black Hawk Lister.
Theory and Practice
Balance April 18 $207 42
O. W. Long, Town Treasurer
What is it that tastes as pleasant as
maple sugar and quickly relieves coughs
and colds? Mothers who have used it QFRt/irFS AT
irSiS s::;,’• the chr.st.an church
remedy that expels the cold through its ■ Increased interest and good "row,Is |
laxative action on the bowels. Con- j attend the revival services at the Chris-
farms strictly to the Pure Food and . tian church witn .46 addition!
Drugs Law. Contains no opiates, j Efforts are being made to
Sold at City Drug Store.
Prove tliai the fShurpless Cream Separator is the
host made. In Theory it is cleanest, strong-
est. safest, easiest operated and durable and
does the work with half the power required
by other separators.
In practice—it is testified to by pleased users all
over the country, (.’all for illustrated cata-
logues containing full descriptions and hun-
dreds of testimonials.
Why Do 1 Buy a Racine Buggy.
Because I want to. I know what the Racine is.
Pig=Tight, Cattle Strong, horse High
Is the kind of wire fencing to buy. All heights
and meshes, from t lie lightest poultry netting up
Let us figure with you on
Royal American Field Fence
Come In and See Us.
The huvoc being done by the green
hug is something serious and if they
are not checked right away we will have
very little if any wheat crop. As far
j as we have been able to learn there is
not a field of oats iri the county that is
not a total loss and between here and
Perry very little of the wheat will ever
Our public schools closed Wednes-
day after a very successful term of
seven months and yesterday the teach-
ers took their pupils to the Conway
gri've on Red Rock for a day's outing,
at night happy but
Mason here another week, but as she
h»6 many demands for meetings else-
whera she will probably close her work
here next Saturday afternoon, when all coming home
there will be baptismal services. | tired out.
Rev. Cook of Enid will occupy the! - —
at the Christian church next | Word was received here Sunday that
John Carter of near Coyle, was not ex-
pected to live and on Monday, .Tames
Yesterday when the school boys were and Win Carter and Mrs. W. C. Shaffer
picnic j started for tiis bedside. James Carter
Sunday morning at 11 o’clock.
he harvested. Some fields are as bare playing ball in the grove on ttie ,
as though there had never been a crop grounds, the pitcher threw the ball and j and Mrs. Shaffer came back \\ ednes
planted on them.
Doing Business Again.
"When my friends thought 1 was
about ,to take leave of this world, on
account of indigestion, nervousness and
general debility.” writes A. A. Chis-
holm, Treadwell, N. Y., and when it
it looked as if there was no hope left,
1 was persuaded to try Electric Bitters,
and 1 rejoice to say that they are curing
tne. 1 am now doing business again as
of old, and am still gaining daily.”
Best tonic medicine on earth. Guaran-
teed at Corner Pharmacy. 50c.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office over Citizens Bank.
BiL'inire, - - Okluiiou s
Is the essential characteristic of men
and woman. Invaluable to good busi-
ness men and necessary to housewives.
A woman shows good judgment when
she buys White’s Cream Vermifuge for
her baby. The best worm medicine
ever offered to mothers. Many indeed
are the sensible mothers, who write ex-
pressing their gratitude for the good
health of their children, which they
owe to the use of White's Cream Verm-
ifuge. Sold at City Drug Store.
hit Holland Armstrong a terrible blow I day and Win. will be back today. At
over the left eye. No bones were brok- last reports he was some better but not
en but he was bad hurt. j out of danger.
Don't Put Off. Rav Derr and Lorin Williams got
For tomorrow what you can dn today, back Tuesday from their trip to their
If you put off buying a bottle of Hal- 1 claims in New Mexico. They report it
lard’s Snow Liniment, when that pain j quite dry and nothing but a light show-
comes you won’t have any, but a hot- j cr f,.] 1 while they were there. It is too
! dry to break sod. Walter McClanahan
and brother have over a hundred acres
First Published April 5th, 19(7
I Territory of Oklahoma, County of Noble, ss.
IN THK PROBATE COURT
Notice is he
irtl/ for Let'
reby given that on the 29tli, day
D. 1907. P. H. Chartraud tiled
tie today. A positive cure for Rheuma-
tism, Burns, Cuts, Sprains, Contracted
Muscles, etc., T. S. Graham, Prairie
Grove, Ark., writes: "I wish to thank
you for tiie good results I received from
of Rheumatism after olhers
Sold at City Drug Stor».
broke and Faye McMullen about thirty
John Johnson has bought school
of March, • >«*, . • •• • ---------
in the Probate Court of the County of
of Oklahoma, a petition pray-
s of Administration to be issued
Dan Neil upon the estate of Frank H.
Beaudoin deceased, late of the Conuty ol No-
ble. and Territory of Oklahoma.
And. pursuant to an order of said Probate
! Court, Saturday the27th. day of April, A. B.
1007, at the honr of 1:30 o’clock P. M. of said
duy. that being a day of the regular April
Term a. I), I9u7 of said Probate Ci
j Ides therein fur a feed yaid Henry
i Allen has purchased two pieces of town j ^""Tn'ripii
j property ami is doing better renting i'“Lv" '
, . . Term, A. I). IW ot -aill Probate Court, has
- - --- ,, *ana been appointed as the time for hearing- said
terPX;e''LTUiZ. “ ^'i"S i
' J ......1 ,T---- written opposition thereto on the ground of
of the ;
Complies with all requirement of the National Pure hood l-avv, Guarantee No. 2041, filed at Washingto
-------- ------ CIBH, dl
is houses out than loaning his money, emm rotheyountv of Noble, and
“We dined in some of the
finest hotels and restaurants, hut
did not find any coffee to excel
m quality Arbutkles’ ARIOSA."
T hat is what one lady writes and
' A j
package, one pound full weight,
hearing the name ARBUCKLES
ARIOSA COFFEE and the
signature of Arbuckle Brothers',
millions of others prove they believe, 37 years, ought to induce every- ] which entitles you to presents,
by using more Arbuckles' ARIOSA body to at least sample it.
Coffee than all the other packaged
coffees in the United States put
together, |’*r, for it.
Have a torpid liver wnen Herbine,
the only liver regulator will help you?
There is no reason why you should suf-
fer from Dyspepsia, Constipation,
Chills and Fever or any liver com-
plaints, when Herbine will cure you. j
F. C. Waite, Westville, Fla., writes:
“1 was sick fora month with ebills and
fever, and after taking two bottles of
Herbine mn well and healthy.” Sold
at City Drug Store.
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION.
Before J F, Karls Justice of t!»«• Peace, in
and ftirihe town of Billings, Noble Couuty.
T. F. Hopkins, Plaintiff ,
VK- - t*
Li-wis Miller, Elizabeth Miller and I
Tol>iu*» Miller, their agent.
Said defendant;*, Lewis H Miller, Kb/ fietli
j Miller uud Tobias Miller will take notice that
bv V. t'.
j sunt of 75 dollar* commission. Unless
and answer the bill of particular*
applicant, or may a
the administration, and
be isntied to himself.
St. Clair, Judgeof the Probate
f Noble, and seal <>f the
Court affixed the -‘hit clay of April, A. I). 19u7.
H. E. St- Clair, Probate Judge.
ay that lei
II F. S
J_| H. McCORKLE.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office over Smith’s
Billings. ... Oklahoma
Rhone No. (11
OFFICK HOt'HSl tl .V M TOG l* M
L. A. Williams
Fred Kingei y
Live Stock and Farm Sale Auctioneers.
Graduates of the Trenton, Mo., Auction School.
Heferonce—Col. W. It. Carpenter, Trenton, Mo.
Cot. K. 11. Ewtug, Lathrop. Mo.
Terms Reasonable anil Satisfaction (,narante.-il
I,eavo dates at the Nows Office.
Phone 85 or 55 on Line 71 Billings
Registered, coming 3 year old Mam-
moth Jack, tilack with mealy points, big
ear and heavy bone. Will stand the
season of 1907 at my farm 51 south and
2 mOes east of Billings, and (i miles due
north of Polo. C. H. McCaslin.
Dennis and Prime
MIXON & McGEE
GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
Shop Opposite Ponton Bros.
All kinds of work done and sat-
[yR. C. G. Orelup
j Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat, Glassfitting.
ENID OKLA N. SIDE SQ PHONE 336
Nextdat^sln Billings 1st Friday and Saturday
Tliat is the genuine article, no matter
The cibes hide many countn girls j you buy it or wbat price you pay
and boys who tecrelly sigh Fr a __—
cup of good coffee like “ motiier" made.
‘'Mother" probably used the old
ARIOSA Coffee costs less and ' original "Arbuckles ’ the first roasted
!«.. ,..,d 1,1 the above .lamed roar. , A V«mmoth Jack and an English
H«i»kin-..i- tilaimifT i.. umv.-i ib« slure Malinin owned ti\ K. L. Weaver,
will stand the aeason of 1907, at the O.
K. Livery barn,,, Billing.. Dennis is I
ic the 3rd day
| on as true and
t the bill 4*1 pa 1
action, in *aid
..1 May. 1907,
1 panic 111
enl will be rendered
K. 15. Hdinonson
Practices in all Courts
Office in The Citizens Bank.
HIGH DOLLAR AUCTIONEER.
Him ..Vlock 1 the only Jack to stand in Billings this1
Seven year* experience in
community, bu< muwciiU) w
for the lH**t breeder* of thin en-
cordingl>, and that the order «>f garm*hmeit< 1
Usueil in s.ud action to the Citizens Bank 01
art and applieil i
The fact that Arbuckles' i
has suited the health and taste of packaged coffee,
most American people for over See that you get the sealed
Same old C offer, same old fir
If your grocer won't supply, write k»
NEW' 1 ORK CITY.
! BUImys. n corporation, will be *ustaim*d an4l
! of *uid action
J the money* ordered oaid in(»* cot
payment of plaintiff'* claim uud cokIh
D.ueil this the 2nd day of April I'Nfi.
i i . F Mopkin*. Plaintiff
K B Kdinonnuii, Attorney lor 1M ft.
At 1 k* 1 : J. I • Fa ii*.
J io*i lee of I lie Peace of the town i»t Billing*,
N 'l ’c Count). <>k)almiua. Territory.
tire s* <•(ion
Phons 25 on Line 80.
0. K. BARBER SHOP
FRANK PONTON. Prop.
Fine Bathroom in Connection
Agincy for Wellington Steam Laundry
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