The Billings News. (Billings, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 24, Ed. 1 Friday, June 21, 1912 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, Aest Caeh.
Capital Stock 913,000
M R Conway
C. E Pierce J J Riley
C. E. French H. Murray D. C. Frailer
Mrs. J. R. Moody and babe came
over from Tonkawa late last week
for a several days visit with her
father, W. H. Minehan, and Mr.
Moody joined her Sunday.
Ice cream powder at 10c a pack-
age is a great saving over the old
way. It saves eggs, sugar, time and
worry. Try it. Don’t forget the
brand, THE ALTON GOODS.
M. E. Lilly and wife were over
from Tonkaw’a, Saturday, in their
auto inspecting the crops on their
farm southwest of the city. They
were accompanied by Mrs. Elmer
The equalization board of Gar-
field county ordered all city proper-
ty reduced 30% and farm property
---------------i—J— ■ ■ j 25% from the assessed value as
Business locals 5c per line each in- j “Babe" Brown has spent the week j turned in by the county assessor
sertion, and to run until or- visiting with her grandparents at this year.
Kingfisher. j Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Derr went to
Harvest hands are plentiful, every! ^bdene’ M«nd?* 8“™d
; train briaginga few. All are secur-, « “g
A full line of Heinz’ goods at the WOrk’ there being a bi* demand’ (death of whom they we're' notified
Model Grocery. ! Let the children earn some Fourth j by telegram that morning.
money by gathering up the old
Our Depositors are protected by the Guarantee Deposit Fund
if the State of Oklahoma.
dered out and paid for
Caskey wants your produce.
Caskey is in the market for a car- tones and taking L.n to Caskey
tod of old bones. a cartod ’
ot ^es^e?dr from Enid every day Wm. Guckian came in from Okla-
at the Model Grocery. homa City, Monday, for a few days , , , w
If you want any grinding done visit with his wife’s parents, Mr. lahoma, and was cleaned at Mr.
and Mrs. G. J. Greenwood. 1 oonnson s elevator last ween.
The first car of new wheat was
received in Kansas City Monday
from W. B. Johnson a grain dealer
of Enid, and sold for $1.05 per bush-
el. It came from southwestern Ok-
see Pearson & Hayton.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Holroyd were
over Sunday visitors in Enid.
Mrs. Ainon Branson and Frank Sam Blanek hits only the high
McKeown went to Enid with the P|ai’es in the road now- He *ot
latter’s daughter, Monday, who is!tlred of seeing the other fellow go
If you want cobs see Pearson &. taking special treatments. whizzing by, while he walked, so he
Hayton, they have lots of them. purchased B. 0. Lemmon's Ford car
. S. J. Caskey is agent for the Kan- late last week and is doing some
We are in the market for thresh- sas City Medicated Perch. Call and joy riding himself. The buzz cart
ed kaffir corn.—Pearson & Hayton. he will explain its workings to you. gang has no edge on Sam and
The line of jellies, jams, pickles, They are certaillly a fine lhin*
The Garfield county commission-
ers have ordered the discontinuance
of eight salaried positions in the
court house, namely: depulies in the
_ , ... offices of the district clerk, superior
Smooth, velvety and wholesome: court clerk, county clerk, clerk of
*szr Tsars «*Z
Garber. cream powder. 10( at your grocery. eac.h the sheriff, register of deeds
etc., at the Model Grocery can't be
If you have any good fat heifers
or cows see L Semke before selling
Mrs. E. C. Whitney was an over
Rev. A. G. Murray came in last
Saturday and visited till Monday
with members of his old flock. He
returns to California next month.
and county treasurer’s offices.
John Fruits returned home last
Friday from Phillips county, Colora-
do, where he spent several days
dealing for a half section of farm
The famous Harvest Home hran.l N’ Erismin£er returned by rail to
of canned and bottled goods at ‘the Collinsville Monday. His son re-
Model Grocery malned alld wlH farm thelr land
™ northwest of the city the coming
I handle U. S. Separator oil made year.
by the U. S. cream separator com-; ^ heavy hail storm is reported land, which he thinks he has traded
pany. S. J. Caskey. at Eureka, Kansas, last Saturday i his land here • for. He brought
D C Wnmach went to the winhi- night, and the hailstones are said to home with him a sample of the al-
ia market Saturday with a mixed bave accumulated in drifts two feet; falfa grown in that section, which
car of cattle and hogs. d<*p. f ‘"k a 118 hae aok;
Claude Macv left here Saturday ln^ alfalfa for be,ng grown wlthout
Everything but the freeze isicon- t0 attend fie republican convention iStT’ ^ ^
tamed in the ALTON GOODS ice- ^ hel(J at PChicag0 this week;, non is not irrigated.
cream pow er. ry i . and do the big boosting stunt for. Ever since Wm. Hayton installed
We have started our ice wagon Teddy. * the first street lamp last spring onr
and will attend to your wants every Cholerine is guaranteed to cure llave recognized their effic
day.—Billings Meat Market. r0Up and limber neck. S. J Caskey 1 ie.ncy and today we have a total of
When needing the services of a hanJIes it and if it don’t do the mne in operatlon- The last one8-
veterinary surgeon in a hurry call work i,ring it back and get your
for L. A. Brown, 'phone No. 4. money.
, „ . i t. c , i r u- Mrs. J. F. Faris is visiting her
Jess Hudson left Saturday for his daughters< Nellie and Edna, at Tulsa,
claim in Beaver county to look after where she went iast Thursday, Mr.
the harvesting of his wheat crop. | Fans t?king her t0 Perry J take
Miss Marie St. Clair of Perry, has the train,
spent the past week here visiting The lowest temperature ever
her old schoolmates and relatives, known after the 12th of June was cated and every street will be well
Most housewives are particular recorded at Wichita, Monday, when j lighted and we hope they will be
ab!SwhatTyZy VaS why Je local weather bureau reported forthcoming.
THE ALTON GOODS are so popular. 49 de8rees-
Firiis Burger returned home Sat- We ca" maka ya“ a very cheaP
urday from Salt Fork where he has rate the DailV Oklahoman any-
been buying alfalfa hay a couple of ““eguynonth.atherwithor with-
weeks' good this month.
H. C. Graves of Perry, was here _ . n .... .
from Friday .ill Sa.urday-. „ain, ™
an business and visited bis damihte, ^ “0My
a 8 y' izing and repairing a specialty —Bil-
Pearson & Hayton have a good lings Auto Livery.
forebuyiD^ them to the 0. K. Barber Shop.
Nothing nicer for a lunch than a Rothrock of Wellington does the
can of sardines, shrimp, herring, work and guarantees it.
Swiss cheese, etc.Tsuch as the Model i ^ temperature made a (]rop
k n*MTthip meant a nmiendcua aavinc and
yourwfl Of work lor othenu* * *l on y
It will do the work of 15 to SO hontt, arbordlnr to
the lire engine uted—will run night and day—plow one
to two-and-a-hall acre* per hour. That'* time tated.
It require* only two men In place ol live or ten-
makes work eas'er—cut* out the belore-davlight and al
dark drudgin'* chores. That’a labor aaved.
You can do your work when and how you «
—harvest your crop when just ripe, belore it gc
thells out. That’* worry aaved.
You cao cut out the feed bill*—pay fuel bills out ol board and
labor saved—ihat's expense aaved.
4 ^Thr oiQ't 1 ut* tbr ce>tt j^y^udng whant
iroht this add* on an average yield *ol twelve to
** pl'jwtng.^ drilling, culib*at|ng, harvesting, hauling and road grading—lor threshing.
Learn more about It NOW. Complete apccibcationa ol all urea, pictured description*, lull inlormatlon tree
McCI jUSKKY 15ROS.
Sales Solicitor Rumely Products Co., Inc. La Porte, Ind.
If you have tiny idea of purchasing an engine
for plowing be sure and come in and let us
show you the merits of this engine, for it is
certainly a success.
Miss Alice Gilbert returned to La-
niont, Sunday, after a week's visit
here with her grand parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. Gilbert.
hereof 46degrees within the twenty- full educator, who has proven his
four hours from 3 p. m. Sunday,
when the theremometer registered
100, to Monday at 3 p. m. when it
Free Band Concert
BY THE BILLINGS BAND
EVERY SATURDAY EVENING
FROM 8 TO 9 O’CLOCK
THE BILLINGS CORNET BAND of sixteen
pieces are now a tine musical organization and are
ready to furnish music for campaign blow outs,
picnics, excursions, etc. For terms address
JOS. CASKEY, Secretary.^^
four in number, were received last
week and have been installed as
follows: One at the Billings State
Bank, Citizens Bank, M. L. Holsinger
and Ollie Potter corners, purchased
by the business men and citizens
close to whom they will benefit
most. It will now take but three or
four more of these lights rightly lo-
“Although They’ve Trod it Often”
is the title of a new song, fresh from
the press of the publishers, Kellogg
&. Co. of New York, which is worthy
of much praise, and for which we
are thankful for a copy, handed to
us last week by the author and com-
poser. J. Archie Smith. It is Mr.
Smith’s first musical effort and is
highly meritorious. He has been
able to sell the publisher's right for
a neat little sum besides receiving a
royalty on each copy sold, which
gives him a big lift as a new author
and composer. “Archie," as he is
so well known to all in this section,
is a young man of much worth in a
community, for besides being a gift-
ed musician, he is a most success-
BILLINGS 7-GARBER 0.
It’s pretty tough to go home load-
ed down with goose eggs, but that
was the Garber nine’s condition last ^
Friday evening when the Billings ^
nine got done with them. Billings’ i '•&
boys were “right" that day from the <^>
catcher to the fielders and showed
form that hasn't been outclassed by
any team they’ve met this .season.
In the first, second, third, fifth,
sixth, seventh and ninth innings
Garber failed to land a man safely <6>
on first base. In the fourth, two
died on bases and in the eighth, one. ^
Billings failed to reach first base X
in the first inning. Hess scored in
the second on a two bagger into the
hedge and wild throwing by the
Garber team. One fan ami a double
play by Garber from short stop to
second to first baseman retired Bil-
lings in the third. Billings run in
five scores in the fourth, two of
them on errors by the Garber team.
The fifth and sixth were scoreless
innings for Billings. Huddleston
scored in the sixth on a two bagger
by F. Minehan and three men died
on bases. Billings was shut out in
Summary: Hits off Huddleston 2,
off Cramer 3: strike outs by Hud-
dleston 5, Cramer 4; batters hit by
Cramer 3: walks off Cramer 3: errors a
by Garber 2; stolen bases by Billings <%><$><%><§><§><§>
3. Star catches: John Reiger one- __
handed catch after long run on fly | ~
ball; Huddleston catch on long run
on fowl ball to southwest of dia-
Batteries: Billings, Huddleston
and Reiger; Garber, Cramer and
And Meat Market
When ordering your Groceries we wAl be glad
to receive your order for Meat, delivering both
tit the same time and insuring you prompt ser-
vice, which means promptness in getting meals.
worth in the schools of this section
for the past three or four years.
Here is hoping his star will always
be in the ascendancy and he will
rank some day with those at the
head of education and become a far
famed author and composer.
Ends Hunt for Rich Girl.
Often the hunt for a rich wife
ends when the man meets a woman
that uses Electric Bitters. Her
strong nerves tell in a bright brain
and even temper. Her peach-bloom
complexion awl ruby lips result
from her pure blood; her bright eyes
from restful sleep; her elastic step
from firm free muscles, all telling of
the health and strength Electric
Bitters give a woman, and the free-
dom from indigestion, backache,
headache, fainting and dissy spells
they promote. Everywhere they are
woman’s favorite remedy. If weak
or ailing try them. 50 cents at
FOR SALE NOTICES. |j£
For Sale—Good second hand wag-!
on.—S. J. Caskey at the Shipping
For Sale—A large quantity of
cowpeas, best of seed.—Jas Wilkins,
phone 2 on 76.
For Sale —Fancy Blackhull kaffir
seed. Variety took 2d prize at Slate
For Sale—Refrigerator, range and
dining table all in goml condition.
Enquire at Rock Island Hotel.
For Sale.—Several hundred bush-
els of ear corn, 75 cents per bushel,
my farm at Owens.—L L. Lyull.
Wanted.—Good fat cows and
young stuff to butcher. See Red-
fearn’s Grocery and Meat Market.
For Sale.—My residence proper-
ty in Billings, which is in fine con-
dition and centrally located. In-
quire of J. F. Faris or write Chas.
Culp, 1251 M. Mentor Ave., Pasade-
Who lias a Silo
Doesn’t Need Worry about
a short hay crop—a few acres planted
to fodder com will turn the trick.
Ask your neighbors who have one and
then come in and let us show you the
kind of silo stock we handle. We be-
lieve it is the best made and most du-
rable you can find anywhere for the
FOSTER LUMBER CO
Phone 22. C. 1). Fountain, Local Mgr. ^
% 44* ♦ 4* 4 4 44444444444440
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The Billings News. (Billings, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 24, Ed. 1 Friday, June 21, 1912, newspaper, June 21, 1912; Billings, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1173474/m1/3/: accessed February 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.