The Billings News. (Billings, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, November 10, 1911 Page: 4 of 4
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I | a Hr5* until you or someone gets that $100.00
nly a bnort l ime Buggy, at faraghers ca^ ^tore
Remember you get a ticket with every 25c pur*
chase of Groceries, Shoes, Shirts, Underwear,
Hats, Caps, Gloves, Mittens, Neckties, Collars,
Sweaters, Jackets, Sox, Hose, or 25c worth of
Tobacco. Our prices are as low as the lowest,
and goods as good as the best on the market.
If you don't need the Buggy, get tickets on the
Gold Watch, Rogers Silverware, or the Grapho=
phone. These are not chances; you are abso=
lutely sure of them. *■ AND don t neglect
to see our vSBoe vStocK, the Biggest and Best
in Billings, for man, woman or child. See our
School Shoes before you buy.
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Now if you want a stylish, durable Suit of Clothes or an Overcoat with class to it, call and see us; leave your measure and
get them at prices nearly as low as ready me
made hand-downs. comh.amiwc’ii snowym., M
We have the largest stock of Groceries, in Hillings, of th**
Host. Brands. Potatoes by the carloads, and Nox-All
Flour, and Hunters, at bottom prices. fo“-ricessee us “ ■» u « m w* hi ui mao, i* 'wir i min in ..............in
WE ARE AFTER
— YOUR —.
We want your bus- |
iness and if cour= \
teous treatment, |
I pro m pt delivery I
and square deal= J
ing count we will !
^ 1 have it== l
II' YOU OIVI-: US A TRIAL
I Ryland’s Cash Grocery f
in these dates and the reason fori ANTELOPE ITEMS
them coming as they do, is that the Miss Edna Kerns visited over
Jubilee Singers, which appear at the Sunday with the Dunbar girl8.
M. E. church on Monday night, |
Nov. 20th, is an extra number the j Ted Kruse went to Perry the lat-
committee has added to the course j ter part of this week on business,
first selected, and as they are in] „ , ....
this section of the country at this | ^rs- M'Jburn Archer visited her
time we must take the dating given niother, Mrs. Clark, the latter part
us by the Lyceum Bureau or not j °‘ t‘lls week-
have them this season. Paul Voelk- |yjjss pear] Baxter visited Miss
er, the third number on the regu- j jane Perry on Wednesday evening
lar course selected, is dated by the ; 0f tbjs week
Bureau to appear here November j
21st, which is Tuesday night, in the) A good many of the farmers of
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| SPECIAL SHOE SALE.
Potatoes at Faragher's $1.10 per
W. G. McCluskey went to Enid,
Franse Minehan was a passenger
to Enid, yesterday.
J. P. Opdylke and wife and daugh-
ter went to Enid, yesterday, in the
C. S. McDaniel went to Wichita,
Wednesday, with two carloads of
hogs, 191 head in all.
Mrs. Jacob Deer has entertained
her niece, Miss Day of Abilene, Kan-
sas, the past two weeks.
For Sale—Plenty of good wood
and corn.—W. R. Rush, 1 mile east
and 2i south of Billings.
Mrs. J. E. Glines shipped three of
her line White Wyandotte roosters
to Enid parties yesterday.
A car of fancy Alderson lump
coal just arrived for the Enid Mill
& Elevator yards in Billings.
Miss Hattie Odenwald went to
Enid, yesterday, to remain until the
holidays taking music lessons.
THE BEST and only harmless
stimulant is good coffee. If you
know a good thing buy THE ALTON
Blacksmith prices have taken a
decided drop at our shop. Call and
get our figures before you let your
Another fine rain visited this
section last Sunday. Fully an inch
of water fell during the day, which
is a big help to the already fine
looking wheat. It did not wind up
in a cold snap either, for Monday
was au ideal late fall day.
If you want your clothes cleaned
by the French dry process take
them to the 0. K. Barber Shop.
Rothrock of Wellington does the
work and guarantees it.
Revs. R. E. Thompson and A. T.
Tucker, Mrs. C. E. Denton, Mrs. S. T.
McMillan and Miss Eva Lemmon
went to Perry Wednesday, to at-
tend the County Sunday School
J. W. Back returned home Mon-
day from his trip to Wichita to be
treated by specialists. They pro-
nounced his case to be, so he stated,
circumscribed peritonitis and ap-
pendicitis. He feels now as though
lie were on the road to rapid re-
In the front window at the Bill-
ings State Bank is a beet that weigh-
ed when dug from the ground, al-
most twelve pounds and measures
18 inches in length. It was grown
by Mr. Murray in his garden. He
is entitled to sweepstakes on any
beets we have seen.
Division Supt. H. M. Hallock, Di-
vision Engineer T. W. Fatherson
and Road Master E. W. Gully were
here Wednesday in the former's
private car, to inspect the turntable,
which is too light for the big engine
they now use on this branch, and
will have it over hauled and made
stronger soon. The former is very
highly elated with the business
being done by the Rock Island at
this point this season, which is far
better than any other point of near
our size on any of their branches,
and but few much larger places on
their main lines.
Tlte next two numbers on our
lecture course are dated for Nov.
20th and 21st. There is no mistake
Hens, 3jtb and under
Hens, over 34 pounds
Young Roosters per pound
Eggs, per dozen
Cream, per pound
Poultry free from feed.
AVOID HARSH DRUGS.
j this section are having their kaffir \
The little daughter of Mr. and j
J Mrs. Mackey was quite badly burn- (
t'tr | ed one day last week.
40c | Miss Gertie Clark has been suffer-
60c j ing the past week with what is I
51c: thought to be appendicitis.
The protracted meetings which
are being held at the Baptist church,
”3^: are weli attended and will continue
27(. most of this week.
24c | Mr. and Mrs. Ross Merriman, who
recently arrived from Woodward,
j Ok la, spend Monday with her sis-
I ter, Mrs. Will Cook.
Many Cathartics Tend to Cause Injury
to tho Bowels.
If von nrp subject to constipation,
you should avoid strong drugs and
cathartics. They only give temporary
relief and their reaction is harmful nod
sometimes more annoying than consti-
pation. They in no way effect a cure
and their tendency is to weaken the
already weak ergons with which they
come in eontnet.
We honestly believe that we have
the best constipation treatment e\er
devised. Our faith in it is so strong
that we sell it on the positive guaran-
tee that it shall not cost the user a
cent if it does not give entire satisfac
tion and completely remedy constipa-
tion. Tills preparation is called Kexall
Orderlies. These are prompt, soothing,
and most effective in action. They are
made of « recent chemical discovery.
Their principal ingredient is odorless,
tasteless, and colorless. Combined with
other well-known Ingredients, long es-
tablished for their usefulness in the
treatment of constipation. It forms a
tablet which is eaten just like candy.
They may he taken nt any time, either
day or night, without fear of their
causing any inconvenience whatever
They do not gripe, purge, nor cause
nausea. They act without causing any
pain or excessive looseness of the
bowels. They are ideul for children,
weak, delicate persons, and aged peo-
ple. ns well ns for the most hearty
They come In three size packages.
12 tablets. 10 cents: 30 tablet*
553 cents; SO tablets. 50 cents. He
member, you can obtain them ontt
at our store — The Kexull Store
Smith's Drug Store
The pie supper which was held at;
J this school last Saturday night net-
ted the sum of $30.82. We wish to
thank all those who kindly assisted
1 us both from this neighborhood and
! Billings. The basket of fruit, given
for the most popular young lady
was won by Miss Pearl Baxter; the
[ cake for the homeliest young man,
I Ed. Klufa; the box of bon-bons giv-
j en for the girl’s pie which brought
j the most money was awarded to
Miss Hettie Cook. Thanking all
I for your presence, we wish to in-
| vite you to attend our literary and
i take an active part.
Potatoes at Faragiier's Si.10 per
Reformed Presbyterian Church
Services, Sabbath Nov. 12th:
Sabbath School, 10:15 a.m.
Public Worship, 11 a. m.
No evening service; the pastor
j preaching at 7:30 in the Indepen-
| dent school house, three miles west
of Billings, on the north section line.
Young People’s prayer meeting
Tuesday evening at 8 o’clock. All
made welcome at each of the ser-
vices. H. G. Foster, Pastor.
Preaching service on Sabbath at
7:30 p. in. All in the community
are urged to attend.
Potatoes at Faragher's $1.10 |>er
AT WHOLESALE PRICE
1 have just received a complete line of
Men's Women’s and Children's Sample
Shoes-Oxfords, Slippers and Boots, and
7 will sell them at wholesale prices. All
> New and up=to=date styles and at a,
| saving of about
| 35 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR.
£ I also have a fex7 Suits, Overcoats and
< odd Pants at half price.
> rail f iiNCitf bakery and
* i nirrAn^ GENERAL STORE..
WAR NEWS IN CHINA
Hankow, Nov. 8—Over two-thirds I
of the city of Hankow has been des-
troyed by fire. The lowest estimate
of the loss is $50,000,000. Four
hundred thousand people are desti-j
tute. Hundreds of half burned bod-!
ies lie among the ruins. Many of j
them are women and children.
The customs house, the postoffice
and the American missions have
been spared. The city has been
looted, the imperialists taking a
hand in the pillage. Imperialist
officers tried to check the work and
executed a number of the soldiers.
Revolutionists attacked Nanking,1
Wednesday. Imperial troops occu-
pying the heights of Purple moun-
tain, which overlooks the town, re-1
fused all demands of the reformers.
At Ching Kiang 3,000 Manchu
rifles with munitions of war have'
have been turned over to the re-
Starts Much Trouble
If all people knew that neglect of
constipation would result in severe
indigestion, yellow jaundice or viru- j
lent liver trouble they would soon |
take Dr. King’s New Life Pills and j
end it. It’s the only safe way. Best \
for biliousness, headache, dyspepsia,1
chills and debility 25c at Corner]
J-> OF «- /T
THAT CAN ONLY BE FOUND UNDEfO
•h THE ALTON GOODS SIGN.+
AT ALL TEA MERCHANTS;*
60<t A POUND PACKAGE*
THE ALTON MERCANTILE COMPANY
IMPORTERS, BLENDERS AND PACKERS'*
Does a general freight,
baggage and express
business. Anything and
everything hauled when-
ever you want it.
Edwin Holroyd, Proprietor
’Rhone No. 51
1 SPECIAL SALE OF PIANOS
I For thf* 6f» n^V*=; we are going to offer you the Best
> ‘ ^ Lite:; J Prices on Pianos that has ever been made
t We art' the Exclusive Agents in this territory of the Great BALDWIN and HOBART M. CABLE lines of Pianos mid have <>11 our Moor the Largest Stock that is to
! he found within 25 miles of this place. We now have in stock the Hobart M Gable in several styles, the Ellington, Hamilton, Howard, Valley Gem, Monarch ami
| other styles of the Baldwin make. As there are two months more of this year we pro making every effort to make them the best of the year, so we are going to give
f. yon the opportunity of buying a Piano at the lowest possible price, quality considered. Now if yon are in tho market fora Piano it will certainly be to your interest
Our Pianos have a guarantee hack of them to make them good both in tone and construction.
Yours for business,
to come and look over our line aud figure with us.
f C. C. ELLINGTON, salesman.
O- W - LON G, THE FURNITURE MAN.
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