The Billings News. (Billings, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, November 10, 1911 Page: 3 of 4
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BILLINGS STATE BANK
M. R. Conway, Pres.
C. E. Pierce, Vice Pres.
D. C. Fraizer, Cashier
Henry Murray, Aset. Cash,
Capital Stock $15,000
M R Conway
C. E Pieros J J Riley
C. E French H. Murray D. C. Fralzer
Our Depositors are protected by the Guarantee Deposit Fund
d the State of Oklahoma.
Business locals 5c per line each in-
sertion, and to run until or-
dered out and paid for
Caskey wants your produce.
Caskey wants old iron.Jbrass, cop-
per and rubber.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Fry, a
son, Monday, November 6th.
The Jubilee Singers will tie here
on Monday night, Nov. 20th.
Eat at everybody’s Cafe where
everybody eats. Good meals 25c.
Plenty of good screenings on hand
for your chickens.—Pearson & Hay-
G. M. Dizney came in on Tues-
day’s train and spent a day in the
L M. Clouse, with rooms
The Ladies’ Aid of the Freedom
Baptist church will hold a food ex-
change Saturday at Cooper &.
Dr. West’s next dates here are
Nov. 13th to 18th inclusive. Call
early and make dates with him to
do your dental work.
The lightness and daintiness of a
pancake made from THE ALTON
GOODS Self Rising Flours cannot be
found in any other brand.
Found -A summer laprobe two
weeks ago. Parties can have same
by calling at this office and proving
property and paying for this notice.
Patrick Grady went to the Kan-
sas City market last Saturday with
We are in the market for a car twenty head of 1050 pound steers
of old junk. Bring yours in now —
S. J. Caskey.
The Billings Meat Market will re-
ceive a shipment of fresh oysters
Dr. West will be here all of next
week, at Dr. Renfrow’s office over
Paul Voelker, the human nature
lecturer, will be here Tuesday night.
We have a car of fancy lump coal
coming. Get what you want off the
ear.—S. J. Caskey.
When needing the services of a
veterinary surgeon in a hurry call
for L A. Brown, ’phone No. 4.
that he had just taken off pasture.
Miss Della Falknor arrived here
from Wichita, Thursday of last week,
to make her father, Dave Falknor,
and other relatives an extended
D. F. Conkling returned to his
home at Belle Plaine, Kansas, Mon-
day, after a week’s visit here with
his daughter, Mrs. L E. Burt and
For Sale—R. C. Rhode Island Red
chickens; fine year old stock. Also
some choice early hatched cockerels.
—Mrs. P. A. Peacock, phone 35 on
Stray—A black 350 pound sow
came to my place about Sept. 1st.
Owner can have same by proving
property, paying damages and for
this notice.—A. L Hudson
Mr. and Mrs. L C. Falknor left
Monday for Texhoma, to spend sev-
eral weeks visiting their daughter,
Mrs. A. L Wilson and family, and
enjoy a good outing together.
SEEDED RAISINS of the finest
quality, all ready for your mince
meat you can find under THE AL-
TON GOODS label. That is the sign
of quality in all food products.
If you are thinking of buying an
auto, are needing any kind of auto
accessories, or want to do any auto
driving call at the Billings Auto
Livery and Garage.—B. 0. Lemmon,
CURRANTS imported direct from
Greece, recleaned by the most mod-
ern machinery and packed by us in
packages under THE ALTON GOODS
label is what you require for your
puddings and cakes.
D. C. Womach accompanied two
car loads of stock to the Wichita
market Saturday that he had pur-
chased from our farmers. There
was 106 head of hogs and 29 head
of cattle in both loads.
Strayed—From my place 1 mile
north of Owens, a Scotch Collie dog,
yellow in color, had been clipped
and hair is rather short, named Gyp.
Liberal reward will be paid for his
recovery. Notify, E. E. Shorter.
Guy Wolf, who has a claim near
Carthage, Okla., arrived here over-
land with his family about two
weeks ago to spend the winter. They
are the guests of Mrs. Wolf's pa-
rents, Mr. and Mrs. W H. H. Goff.
Strayed—One long yearling red
steer from Jens Breinholt’s pasture
some time ago. Liberal reward will
be paid for its return or informa-
tion leading to its recovery. No-
tify either Geo. Mowbray or Jens
0. J. Storm, Frisco train dispatch-
er at Enid, and owner of the old
Blackwood farm adjoining town on
the northwest, came in Monday to
see how fall crops were looking. He
found wheat with as good a start as
ever known in this section.
Mrs. McMillan will be glad to take
your subscriptions and renewals to
all newspapers and magazines.
For Sale—A few thoroughbred
young Lanshang Roosters.—E. E.
Shorter, 1 mile north of Owens.
Security For Your Live Stock
of every kind, and for your fields of growing crops, is what you want, and what you have a right to expect,
when you buy fence. A fence that a bull can break through or break down is not worth paying good money
for. You want weight in the fence you buy, weight enough to turn the heaviest Percheron or stop a " devil
wagon.” Now, it is a fact—and you should know it—that, per running rod, you obtain the most weight iu
wire that is given in any fence, in the celebrated
It is made on purpo.se to be the heaviest, most durable and lasting of any fence at any price. It is made and
Bold in larger quantities than any other two fences in the world, solely on its merits.
The makers of AMERICAN FENCE own and operate their own iron mines and furnaces, their own wins
mills and six immense fence factories. Their product is the acknowledged
STANDARD OF THE WORLD
We can show you this fence in our stock and explain its merits and superiority, not only in the roii out in
the field. Come and see us and get our prices.
Our heights are as follows: 26, 32, 40, 49 and 55 inch, 6 and 12 inch stay.
The stay wires are now being made heavier than ever before, so you are get-
ting just that much more fence for the money. We have just unloaded a full
car. Come while you can get the kind you want. We also have a good stock
of Corn Cribbing.
We had 500 bale ties in this car 16 gauge, feet, while they last at
95c per bundle.
We have the g'oods at the
It’s up to you.
For Sale—Mammoth Bronze Tur-
keys and Barred Rock Chickens.
Also Poland China Males.—J. A.
Heusel, 6 miles north and 3 west of
Buy the best McAlester Alderson
coal. We have plenty of it and
cheap in price too. See us before
] buying your winter’s supply.—Pear-
| son & Hayton.
R. F. Baker of Plumerville, Ar-1 . ,,, .
kansas, was expressed a hog from I f-verv young man should begin to
J. R. Sparks flue herd last Saturday, j save money from the minute he be-
gins to earn it. $1.00 will start an
We can print your township war-, account in the Citizens Bank. Come
rants with the name of your town-'in today, young man.
ship on them. Call and get prices. | ...
I If you want a nice, tender, juicy
Plenty of corn, oats, bran, shorts, stake, a fine roast or piece of boil-
and corn chop. We will make you jng meat, the best of bacon and the
good prices to clean up the stock on j nicest of hams, you can get it at the
hand.—Pearson &. Hayton. 1 Billings Meat Market.
About the best Heater made and the
BEST :: MADE :: HEATER
Reduces fuel bills 33£ per cent.
(fircutat.es the air in room.
Consumes all combustible matter in the fuel.
Burns iho smoke—no gas, no soot.
Warms the floor.
The GERMAN HEATER
is the only successful down draft stove that has
stood the test for the past ten years. All parts
are made extra heavy, are securely bolted and riv-
eted together, doors are milled and fitted air tight.
The German Heater is fully guaranteed and
will hold fire 48 hours or longer.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Van Voris
came down from their home at Ox-
ford, Kansas, overland, on the re-
ceipt of the news that their grand-
son, Chester Woods, was seriously
ill. They arrived last Thursday
evening, only a few hours before he
W. G. McCluskey took Mrs. Alex
McCluskey and two sons to Perry
last Friday evening in his car, where
they will remain a few days with
her parents, before starting to south-
ern Texas to spend the winter. Mr.
McCluskey will join them at Perry
in a few days.
C. W. Meigs, who lately traded
for the Samuel Hare homestead, ar-
rived here last Friday accompanied
by his son. The former returned to
his home in Alfalfa county, Monday,
to make preparations to move here
soon, and the son remained to push
the farm work.
John Miller called on us late last
week and informed us that he was
back here to again farm his father's
place on Red Rock. Business in the
section of the state where he went
early in the spring is very dull,
owing to the almost total failure of
crops this season. He and wife
went to Enid, Monday, for a few
days stay on business.
Dan Neil hurt his right knee quite
severely two weeks ago while work-
ing around the elevator, but the
full extent of the injury did not be-
come apparent for several days af-
terwards. Wednesday morning of
last week he wao unable to walk
and when a physician examined
the knee he found one of the bones
was fractured. Mr. Neil was un-
able to get down town until last
Friday, and then only on crutches,
which lie will use to get around on
for some time yet.
Thanksgiving comes on the last
day of the month this year, Thurs- -
day, November 30th. President
Taft has issued his proclamation
setting apart this date as a day to
Rev. H. G. Foster returned last
Friday from his trip to Apache. He
went to relieve the regular evange-
list at the Cache Indian Mission,
whose wife is an invalid and was
in Colorado for her health and the
evangelist joined her. But on ad-
vice of physicians she was brought
home by her husband last week.
The latter returning relieved Rev.
The concert which the Jubilee
Singers gave at the Scribner Opera
House Saturday evening was one
of the best things of the sort that
Bakersfield has ever had the pleas-
ure of listening to. All of the sing-
ers are artists, and Hann and Gard-
ner. the bass and tenor, have voices
and appreciation of expression
which at times carried the audience j Y
off its feet—Bakersfield (Cal.) Cali- y?
fornian. They will be at the M. E. I?
church in Billings, Monday night, -§>
Nov. 20. ! <®>
The best to be had.
The freshest on the market.
The kind that make you come again
The stock that is received fresh ev-
ery few days.
Jumpers that fit and wear well.
^IT IT Overalls that look neat and clean.
- Work Shirts that wear well.
E. E. HUNTER. ggaSffl0
Now is the time to get that painting and papering
done you have figured on doing for some time.
A Father’s Vengeance
would have fallen on any one who
attacked the son of Peter Bondy of
South Rock wood, Mich., but he was
powerless before attacks of kidney
trouble. "Doctors could not help .
him,” he wrote, "so at last we gave neme ^
him Electric Bitters and he is im- /v TI
proved wonderfully from taking six DllSt-tl
ixittles. It's the best kidney medi- . ivir'ii/
cine I ever saw." Backache, tired Will D6 31 1110 INfcVV
feeling, nervousness, loss of appetite, . ,^ tji/ IJAfk'FT Fri
warn of kidney trouble that may end VUKh KAUIvC I, PIT
in dropsy, diabetes or bright’s dis- ■ Mniramhae ?4th
ease. Beware: Take Electric Bitters day, INOVetllDir £4111,
ScE»T, KIT"” ^om 12:30 to 2:30 p. m.
Enid Mill & Elevator Co.
GRAIN, FLOUR FEED AND COAL.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GEO. BURGIN, Manager, Billings, Okla.
HIGH DOLLAR AUCTIONEER.
Seven yearn experience In thla
community, successfully selling
for the beet breeder* of this en-
Phone 25 on Line 80.
Plenty of money to loan on Real
Estate on either first or second
mortgages for long or short
time J• P• Opdylke.
OUR MOTTO: “Rusinem from atari
to finish Sales made any place
and at any firm* **
WILLIAMS A KINGERV
LIVE STOCK AND FARM SALES
A good unproved farm 3* miles
from Lamont; $6,600; good corn and
alfalfa land Enquire of
L. TEACHMAN. Lamont
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