The Billings News. (Billings, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, November 10, 1911 Page: 2 of 4
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START WITH $1.00
Don’t spend all your llte making
money for another man.
Don’t get the Idea that your sal-
ary Is too small to save anything.
One Dollar will start your ac-
count in this bank. It may be the
beginning of Big Things for you--
the turning point in your business
BILLINGS, OKLA. |
THE BILLINGS NEWS . Aviator C. P. Rogers completed
____an ocean to ocean flight Monday.
Published every Friday by
i„ c. BROWN.
He left New York on September 17,
and finished the journey forty-nine
__Idays later. He predicts that the
Entered in the postoflice at triP wi" not he duplicated for a
Billings, Okla., as second-class »raveled by him wfl8 4231 mi,es
man matter. ______ un(1 his actual flying time was
..... „ 4,924 minutes, or 82 l-l5 hours,
bobscnption Ka e*. ! or 31 days. He started out to try
1 year paid in advance.....$1.00 to make the trip in thirty days and
6 months.................. 50 win the big prize offered for an
1 year not paid in advance.. 1.25 ocean to ocean flight in the above
time. He says a transcontinental
flight cannot be made in thirty
M. E. Church Services.
Sunday School at 10 a. in.
Preuching at 11 a. m„ followed
by the Lord's Supper.
Rev. T. E. Carter, district superin-
tendent, will conduct the evening
service, beginning at 7:30. All are
The new year is starting in with
James J. Hill, it will have been bright prospects for a great season
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1911
Your subscription has expired or
will expire with this issue, if there
is across (X) on the margin oppo-
site this notice. We would like to
have you renew at once because
there are articles in each issue of
interest to you.
noticed, has said no foolish things
relative to the government's suit
against the steel trust. He says it is
a grave question as to whether the
anti-trust law is wise, but “the pres-
ident is right in enforcing it if it is
the law" and “now that we are in
this thing we ought to go through
to the end and find out where we
stand." Incidentally, it will also be
noted that Mr. Hill is not at all wor-
ried over the cancellation of his ore
contracts. He cooly remarks that
there will always be a market for
iron. Unlike some of the Wall
street folk, he does not conclude, at
the sight of every approaching
storm that the sun will shine no
A GREAT DISCOVERY.
Certain Ingredient, That Really Pre-
mete Hair Growth When Prop-
Resorcin Is one of the most effective
If one were inclined to doubt the gw-m destroyers ever discovered by
advantage of the Torrens land sys- J science, and In connection with Beta
of praise and service to God among
the Methodists in Billings. Let all
our brethern and friends of the
church be in their places all the
time and everybody pull together.
It is up to us to make the church
more and more a vital for righteous-
ness in our community. 1 expect
to spend much time in pastoral vis-
iting, and wiill call at ail the homes
in the community as soon as time
R. E. Thompson, Pastor.
tern, dubiety should be dissipated
by Australia’s experience. Mr. Gris-
wold, in a recent contribution to
the Baltimore Sun, shows that in
1,379,910 transactions in Queens-
land, covering thirty-eight years,
there was but one loss from incor-
Napthol, which 1* L-nth germicidal and
antiseptic, a combination Is formed
which destroys the germs which rob
the hair of its natural nourishment,
and also creates a clean, healthy condi-
tion of the scalp, which prevents the
development of new germs.
Pllornrpin, although not a coloring
rect title. In London the law has matter or dye. is n well-known ingre-
also operated beneficially. In two j dlent for restoring the hair to Its nnt-
years 78,Oofl land titles, representing J nrai coigy, when the loss of hair hns
a value of $400,000,000, were regis- been caused by a disease of the scalp,
tered and only one claim for $1,500 I These Ingredients In proper eombtna
was made, while the insurance fund, wlth alcohol added as a stimulant
accumulated as the result of very *nd fo,r 1,8 well-defined nourishing
,,,,,,11 sh. amounted to; ZZSZXttSXZtl
fecUve remedy that Is known fur scalp
and hair troubles.
We have a remedy which Is chiefly
composed of these ingredients, In com
blnatlon with other extremely lnval-
I consider Prof. Paul F. Voelker
one of the coming men on the lect-
ure platform. I heard him lecture uable medicinal agents. We guarantee
recently. He had a mixed audience, it to positively cure dandruff and to
and a very large one; but he held stow hair, even though the scalp in
the closest attention of evervone •* l)“r* °* hnlr lf th,'n‘ls, "ny
during the entire lecture. It was!vit.dity left intheroots.it wii posi h^
I i .. u , Ly cure baldness, or we will refund
not only a continuous attention, but ^,lr money If tho 8,.Mp h„ . glaied,
a climatic one. Mr. Voelker 8 pow- appearance, it’s an Indication
that baldness Is permanent, but In oth
or Instances we believe baldness la cur
We want every one troubled with
acnlp disease or loss of hair to try
Rexall "98" Hair Tonic. If tf does not
enre dandruff and grow hair to the sat-
isfaction Of the user, we will without
question or quibble return every cent
paid us for It. We print this guarantee
on every bottle. It has effected a posi-
tive cure In !Vt% of cases where put to
a practical test
Kexall "03" Hair Tonic Is entirely
unlike, and we think, In every partk-u
lar, better than anything else we know
of for the puriiose for which It
ts prescribed. We urge you to try
this preparation at our entire risk.
Certainly we know of no better
guarantee to give you. Remem-
ber, you cau obtain Rexall Remedies
only at our store—The Kexall 8tore.
Smith's Drug Store
er and magnetism were far superior
to Dr. Willitts, J. P. St. John, or
Judge Wade, and his lecture gave
more general satisfaction, lf you
can secure him for a block of dates,
you will do a good thing for your-
self und for his audiences.—C. P.
Colgrove, Cedar Falls, Iowa. He
will be at the Christian church in
Billings, Tuesday night, Nov. 21.
Balked at Cold Steel
“1 wouldn't let a doctor cut my
foot off," said H D. Ely. Bantam,
Ohio, "although a horrible ulcer had
lieen the plague of my life for four
years. Instead 1 used Bucklen’s Ar-
nica Salve, and my foot was soon
completely cured." Heals burns,
Itoils, sores, bruises, eczema, pimples,
corns. Surest pile cure 25c at
At The Christian Church.
Sunday, Nov. 12, at 11 a. in-
ch urch service. Subject: "Eternal
7:30 p. m. Subject: 'Three Vital
Lord’s Day School, 10 a. m. -
Ladies' Aid, Wednesday, 2 p. m.
Owing to the inclemency of the
weather, our morning services were
not as fully represented as the eve-
ning services last Sunday.
We were glad to note among the
audience the Rev. Foster of the Re-
formed Presbyterian church. Wel-
come, Brother, and may the united
efforts of the ministers of Billings to
be a unit with one another be their
Christ desire and aim, for the con-
version of the unsaved of our little
I would suggest that the ministers
of the different churches meet and
organize a Ministerial Association,
to further the combined interests of
Brethern let us hear from one and
all. In His name. A. T. T.
The first quarterly conference on
the White Rock circuit will he held
Saturday, November 11th, at 7 p. m.
Preaching Sunday morning by
the new presiding elder, Rev. T. E.
Carter of Blackwell.
F. M. Marple, Pastor.
OUR LIVESTOCK LETTER.
Kansas City Stock Yards, Nov. 6.
A decrease of twenty thousand cat-
tle in the receipts here last week
from the previous week, together
with losses at other markets, put a
good edge on the market and every-
thing moved promptly, at an ad-
vance of around 25 cents for the
week. Last week marked the finish
of the season for native and quar-
antine grass cattle. Fed cattle are
very scarce, and there hasn’t been
any top notch cattle here for ten
days. Dealers predict that warmed
up steers, which has been fed shock
corn, or low grade, wormy coin, will
he put forward freely in the immed-
iate future, but they say that few
cattle have been put up for a long
feed. Everybody looks for a barej
spot next spring, and extremely high
prices then. Against this, the cen-
sus reports gives more cattle to the
farming states than ten years ago,
which may have the effect of in-
creasing receipts at inconspicuous
markets, thereby acting as ballast
for the general market. The run
today here is 19,000, and market is
steady to strong. Packers search
eagerly for choice to prime steers,
but they couldn't find any here to-
day with a spy glass, the best here
stopping at $7.75. Prime steers
would bring nine dollars. The gen-
eral run of beef steers are selling 75
cent to $1 higher than a year ago.
Best cows bring $5, top veals $7.75.
Country buyers are taking their
kinds up to the limit of the supply
at prices in force best time last
week, $4 to $5.75. Best quarantine
steers brought $525 today, others
at $5, few steers under $4, cows
The hog market declined 10 to 15
cents last week, under liberal mar-
keting, receipts here totaling 65,000.
The feature last week was the im-
provement in quality in all classes,
even pigs showing up more healthy
than heretofore. Talk of hog chol-
era is more pessimistic than it was
a few weeks ago, but the offerings
do not bear the stamp of many of
the tales told by shippers. The run
here today is 9.000 head, market 5
to 10 higher, although closing sales
were 10 to 15 higher. Heavy hogs
sold at $620 to $6 35 today, middle
weights $6.10 to $6.35. lights $5.75
to $6.20, pigs $4 to $5.25.
Reduced supplies of sheep and
lambs last week had the effect of
boosting prices 25 to 35 cents. Some
of the edge was oflT at the dose of
the week, but the market is strong
again today, run 17,000 head. Na-
tive lambs brought $6 last week,
and prime lambs would beat that a
little, wethers worth $3.75 for best,
ewes $3 35, feeding lambs around
$4 80 There is a wide range in the
quality of the stuff coming, and a
considerable cull end to shipments.
J. A. Rickart. L S. Cor.
THE MACHINE WILL BE GIVEN AWAY
Saturday at 4 p. m.
The duplicate tickets will he placed in u candy buck-
et and a committee will be selected from the crowd.
That committee will select some little boy or girl from
the crowd to draw the ticket.
The First ticket drawn from the pail wins the Ma-
chine and winner must call for the Machine in 30 days;
if not called for in that time the Second ticket will get
the Machine; if the Second ticket is not presented in 10
days the Third ticket will draw the machine.
There will be three tickets drawn from the pail.
Our Next Premium
Will be given away on Saturday, December 9th, at 4 p.
m., a Kitchen Cabinet, which will be on display in our
window after tomorrow. Tickets on this Cabinet will be
given with every 25c purchase, cash or produce, com-
mencing Saturday (tomorrow) November lltli. Please
call for tickets with your purchases.
Cooper & Beaty
go, write for full particulars of their:
Home Study course.
Saved Many From Death
W. L Mock of Mock, Ark., believes
he has saved many lives in his 25
years of experience in the drug bus-
iness. "What I always like to do," he \
writes, "is to recommend Dr. King’s
New Discovery for weak, sore lungs,
hard colds, hoarseness, obstinate
coughs, la grippe, croup, asthma, or
other bronchial affection, for I feel
sure that a number of my neighbors
are alive und well today because
they took my advice to use it. I
honestly believe its the best throat
and lung medicine that's made."
Easy to prove he's right. Get a trial
bottle free, or regular 50c or $1 per
bottle. Guaranteed by Corner Phar-
| From the |
I Foundation Up. •*
In the erection of a building it is our de-
sire and aim to furnish the best quality of
lumber obtainable. We carry a full line of
A TYPICAL CASE
A sixteen year old boy studied
shorthand three months and then
tiegan working for the Santa Fe R.
R. at $70.00 per month. An elder
brother has worked for years for
the same road as an unskilled labor-
er, and gets only $40 per month for
his services. If you were in the
condition of the elder brother, what
would you do? Let us suggest you
go right now and take a course of
book keeping, business training,
shorthand, and typewriting, ut the
Capital City Business College of
Guthrie, Oklu, the largest school of
the kind in the State. If you can't
Choice of Two J
Best Routes |?
In Rock Island, clean, com-
fortable, easy-riding coach
es, chair cars and sleeping
:: TO : :
und everything carried in an up-to-date yard.
FOSTER LUMBER CO
C. D. Fountain, Local Mgr.
The service via either route
is strictly first-class and up
via El Paso and New Mexico
or through the Colorado
Rockies and Salt Lake.
Full information on request.
Fay Thompion W. C. Van Arsdal,
Olvlslnn Paa, Agt. Local Agt
Oklahoma City Billing,. Okla.
I HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
NEW LINE OF
Dr. S. F. Brafford
PHYSICIAN ANO SURGEON
Offloe In the CltlMoa Bank building oxer tb<
Billing, Neva oSloe. Hillings, Okla
QR. A. WBST.
Have on hand at all times a full
line of Hand-Made Harness, or
Blackwell Phone No. 3.13
Here one week in each month
will make them up to your order.
Now is the time to have your old
harness repaired up and oiled,
ready for spring use.
Mrs. S. T. McMillan
A. G. Muller
THE HARNESS MAN.
The moat liberal terms are Riven
by the companies I represent.
They have written
MORE FARM INSURANCE
th in any other one company in
Oklahoma and have paid more
losacH lhan any ether company
Your business solicited,
Mrs. 8. T. McMillan.
Office in O. W. Long's Furniture
Store, Billings, Okla.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office with Dr. Renfrew, over
Citizens Bank. Residence Phone
128. Office Phone fiti.
J K SHELDON
PHYSICIAN ANO SURGEON
Otto* oT«r FArmrh*n
Kill in us - - OlitniiM.
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