The Manchester Journal. (Manchester, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 44, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 5, 1911 Page: 2 of 4
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P' Optometrist | HARNESS !
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,cu by the State Board of
Cun-'illation and eye examination
Let rae help you see as you used
to see. possibly as you never saw
The kind that won't/ip, and %
I that will give you the best %
X service. All kinds of har- $
l ness fixtures. All repairing
neatly and promptly done.
I J. H. GASKILL i
l l<ew Restaurant 1
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] am now established In my
new location, and invite all my
jfj friends to call.
C Everything strictly first, class,
ji Table board, that, good old wav.
y, AII home cooking Reasonable
H > ;> 11 s One door west of Wat-
£1 s& Simmons.
; Mrs. Win. Ritter $
and frauds, if you don’t want to
get stung stung.” Neff & Penn-
ington arc the fellows who present-
ed the notorious farce called Casey
Jones, and which came about as
near being a farce as auything we
have witnessed in recent years.
Their warning is good, and comes
from a bunch that knows just what
fraudsand imposters are, and how
they get in their work. But, the
people out this way could appre
ciate the warning more if it had
jeen sounded bit earlier.
I will organize a class in
music here soon. Watch
for date. 20 lessons $10.
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G. W. POWERS
? AND GENERAL TRANSFER
All work given prompt at-
| PHONE NO. 45
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THE MANCHESTER JOURNAL
L. K. THOV.AS, Editor and Prop’r
Published Kcerv Friday at Manchester.
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Entered at Manchester, Okia., Postofflce as
Second-Class Mall Matter.
bocal, each Insertion, per line..................5c
Display, per Inch, one month................50c
Slight deviation will be made on display
-ate under yearly contract for more than 4
inches space. No deviation on local rate.
We do not print Journals to give away
They are for sale at 5 cents per copy.
Law, Rea! Estate, Loans, in
surance and Collections.
ANNOUNCE ME N TS
Announcements will he run under
this head for aspirants to office from
all political parries A uniform
charge of *10 for stale and $5 for coun
ty olllce is made, payable in advance
t saeiKsaaffiS ftsas*
T. C. CLAFLIN
ON TP. ACT OH
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
the nomination for sheriff, subject to tbe
will of tbe Democratic voters of Grant coun-
A. E. Goldsmith.
First published In the Manchester Journal
April 5. 1911
ORDINANCE NO. IB.
An Ordinance providing for the construction
of cement or brick sidewalks along cor
tain streets of the Town of Manchester,
Grant County, Oklahoma.
Re It ordained by the President and Board
of Trustees of the Town of Manchester, Ok-
lahoma, as follows;
Section I. That brick or cement side
walks are hereby ordered to be built and
completed In the followlbg locutions In the
Town of Manchester, Oklahoma, to-wlt:
Beginning at the Intersection of Main
and Sixth streets, thence south on the east
side of Sixth street to the southwest corner
of Block 5. South addition to Manchester,
Section II. Beginning at the southeast
corner of Lot 4, Block 8, thence north one
hundred and fifty (150) feet.
Section III. Beginning at the Intersec-
tion of Mitlu and Sixth streeis, thence west
on the north side of Main street and on the
south side of Block 19, to section line
Section IV. Beginning at tbe southwest
corner of Block 21, at the intersection of
Main and Fifth streets, thence north bn the
east side of Fifth street to the northwest cor-
ner of Block 10.
Section V. Said sidewalks shall be con-
structed according to plans and specified
tious which will be furnished by the Board,
and shall be built and completed within slxiy
(00) days from the taking effect of thtr Ordi
nance, by the owners of the property w'.o ad
join and abutt upon the sidewalks herein or
tECTiON VI. If said sidewalk or auy
part thereof is not built and completed by
the owners of said property as herein order-
ed within the said sixty (BO) days, the said
Board of Trustees may cause same to bebullt
and completed and charged to said property,
and collected as all other taxes, with costs
and penalties attached.
Section VII. This Ordinance shall be In
full force and effect on and after Its passage
and approval and oae publication in the
Passed and approved April 3, 1912,
ATTEST: Andrew Jackson,
Geo. W. Morris. President Board
City Clerk. of Trustocs.
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^ Is now here—that beautiful season
of all the year when all nature is robed
in lovely garb of the new life.
^ thing is new, and everything is beauti-
jt ful, unless perchance a last year’s leaf
clings fondly to the parent tree, or
out of date garment is treasured by
owner who is loath to part with it.
OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER
FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1912.
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An exchange wants to know i
April 1st is a holiday. We don’t
believe it is that, but it is often ful
of hollow pranks.
L.J. RITTER |
Any work in our line will re-
i eive prompt and satisfactory
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1303 Seventh St, Washington, 0. C.j
Board of County Commissioners
of Grant County
County Commission*!-* convened In regulsr
session on April 1,19)2. B. B. Hamilton and
W. 8. Robertson present. In the absence of
Huntington, Chairman, E. B. llamlltoo was
duly elected chairman
The following reports were approved
County Treasurer, District Clerk, Regl ter
of Deeds. County Clerk, County Superln
tendant, Board of prisoners. Under Sheriff,
Clerk County court and Sheriff.
The following bills were allowed.
Lois Tharp, salary as County
S. S. Widener. deputy health officer
James Wharry, salary................
I, L Messman, salary county steno-
Titos. Uarvllle, Salary................
F. W. Ziegler, salary.................. 1*1 BB
Bess Crockett, salary................ "a 00
C T Colman,salary.................... I*1 WJ
K J Russell, salary less fees.......... h'2 IB
W S Robertson, .alary................ 'll GG.
J II Huntington, salary.............. *1 66
E H Breeden, salary.................. 158 3:1
CA Slasdel, salary.................. 75 00
J W Bird, salary...................... 13-s 33
I, I Black, salary .................... ‘3
0 T Frank, salary ................... 5J 00
U N Ernest, salary and deputy hire 191 GO
W A Delzell, salary, assessor and
11 deputies........................... 5-5 00
Cha* M Jacobson, salary and visit-
ing schools............................ 11® °0
J W Williams, salary examining
J W Wtllmaos, salary ................
E B Hamilton, salary and mileage
S A Lively, deputy health officer ...
J I) Love, supt healt..................
E H Miller, deputy health officer....
J F Lamisoo, court and attending
E L Davis, salary......................
Clerk Criminal Court of Appeals,
costs In case of Ed Thompson vs
State of Oklahoma............17 50 rejected
1 N Shore, part payment on court
E B Hamilton, BAB Work..........
VV 9 Robertson R A B Work..........
T E Buckles, r.ad and bridge work
D B Ross, filing saws for county ...
EM Hinton, bridge work............
FJ Gentry, Bridge material........
P A I
Pond Creek NHL A Elev. Co .grain to
Grant County Drug Co, books to
A Set tergreen, coal to poor..........
FJ Gentry, goods to county farm
Ballard Hdw. Co., goods to county
Pond Ureek 51111 A Kiev. Oo , grain
to county farm......................
Strohmeler Bros., good* to poor....
E O Hadley, good* to poor. ..........
Dan Onelh. caring fur small pox
E H Hamilton, poor wore. ..........
W S Robertson, poor work............
Geo. D Walker, salary -ups poor
The petition of F N Ixtder for abatement
. . . , wa* rejected
I ', a.'l advertisement earned in The petition of F. 1) Peters for abatement
the Tbosp-.m, which paper, a, tb.
name iudicates, is devoted to theat- Me l'am 'or abatement of TAB .ax and pen.
I ivtoecB, Neff * Penpington
all tax and penalty.
'Beware of imposters The resignation of J. O. Cromwell, Trustee o
By and by that tree will cast off the old leaf, and come
out in the complete new garb of Spring. Will you? Or
will you wear the same old garments when at a small cost
you may don the new. If you care to have the newest and
best at the lowest prices, goto
Mi st Manchester take—and re
tain—a back seat in matters edu-
cational? It begins to look like
such is the case. Medford last year
built a magnificent 340,000 schoo
building, and is now ranking with
the best towns in the state in such
matters. Wakita boosters got busy
and pushed through a bond issue
which resulted in a §16,000 schoo
building. (We believe that is the
correct figure. A n y w a y it
worth §16.000.) And now Gibbon
has voted §6,000 bonds to put up
a fine big building for school pur-
poses. Why must the schoolchild-
ren of Manchester attend school in
a building which is inadequate, un-
safe. and disgraceful in appearance
We believe the people in this town
can afford better school facilities,
and we further believe that they
will not be averse to furnishing bet-
ter facilities, if given an opportun-
ity. Shall they be given that op-
GET READY FOR ♦
^ Order your Spring and Summer Suit now. Measure taken at 4
IE. CORDRAY & SON f
4 And also get a guess with each dollar's worth of trade. ^
“GOVERNOR HASKELL wants
to do away with township officers
in order to cut down taxes. The
salaries of the township officers
the average county wouldn't pay
the postage on the dope sent out
of the governor’s office explaining
why taxes are high.”—Y\akita Her-
ald. Now Brother Harris, why
not get right in this matter? Why
try to deceive the people? Just
because some people are sore on
Charley Haskell, you try to make
them believe he is governor of Ok-
lahoma. This is not fair, either to
the people or to Mr. Cruee, who ,s
actually governor, and has been for
some time. If you doubt that he
is governor, ask some of the fellows
who wanted a special session of the
Don’t waste a sum-
mer’s work by us-
ing poor seed corn.
Get some of that Mort-
gage Lifter or Big
Yellow Dent at $1.65
per bushel. Cost on-
ly about 15c per acre
to plant good seed,
Get right and see
I. E. BELCHER
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j sound this w arning to opera house
I managers: “Beware of im
Manchester Township was accepted and T.
H.Sohnker was appointed to fill the vacancy.
J H Hcntingtow
E B Hamilton
W 8 Robertson
Attest P. W. Ziegler, County Clerk.
By Thos.Harvllle, Deputy.
—If you have any watch or jewelry
repairing, leave it at this office, and
we will send it to Fred Olmstead, at
Anthony, who has a jeweler who
knows his business Chargee reason-
able, and all work guaranteed. 24-t
Card Of Thanks
We desire to thank our friends
and neighbors for their kindness
during the sickness and 'death of
our beloved wife and mother.
J. L. Burt and Family.
- Get a gallon of oar high grade
coaloil at 18c, and you will never want
any other kind. Watkint & Simmons.
—Linn ISroliters have the contract
for building a couple of cottagee for
C. Christian, In Gibbon. The fact
that the boys are doing this work In-
sures Mr. Christian a good job.
Two nice premiums
will be given away April 1st for
—Taggs, If you’re golu’ ter run this
court, then I’ll sbsquatulate.”—
—I’d kick you off of the place in a
minute if I was a man.”—Mrs. Bunn,
in “Uncle Rube,” Saturday. April
—“I want old Rube Rodney arrest-
ed, 'cause I fell into his blamed old
cistern. An' then a lot of his bees
stung me, and that dude from New
York blacked my eye.”-Bub Green,
In “Uncle Rube,” April 13th.
—"Oh, no, Milly, a dude isn’t dang-
erous, unless Itchamcea to be smoking
a cigarette.’’—Gorden Gray, In “Uncle
Rube, April 13th.
— 'Really, Mr, Smalley, I was not
aware that I had any regard, as yon
term It, for you to forfeit.’’—MIlly
Lee, in “Dnele Rube,” April 13th.
—I tried to reason with him, and
told him like as net you'd punch his
head.”—Bill Tappatn, I n “Uncle
Rube,” April 13th.
—^"Certainly I know how they get
honey—with griddle cakes.”—I'peon
Asterbllt, In “Uncle Rube," April
—“1 swear to tell the hull truth,
and nothin’ else, ‘awelp me John
Rogers.”—Taggs, in “Uncle Rube,”
—"Madame, I have nothing to say
'til you rundown.”—Deacon Smalley,
in “Uncle Rube,” April 13th
—“At least, may I sit on the fen ce
and watch you go by?”—Mark, In
“Uncle Rube,” April 13th.
Remaining in the post office at
Manchester, Oklahoma, March 31.
Miss Dasy Carpender.
When calling for letters please
G. VV. Morris
—Quality Is the Brst consideration
—the next Is price. “Red Ball” flour
delivers the goods. One sack will
convince you. 32-tf
—A young man went into Watkins
& Simmons store the first of the week
and called for white turnip sets. And
he Is a farmer boy, too.
—Milch cow for sale, now givit <
three gallons good milk daily, can be
seen at W. C. Bonlne farm, three
miles southeast of Manchester. Only
M0. John O. Evans. 40-tf
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Thomas, L. K. The Manchester Journal. (Manchester, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 44, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 5, 1911, newspaper, April 5, 1911; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc496567/m1/2/: accessed December 13, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.