The Manchester Journal. (Manchester, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 44, Ed. 1 Friday, April 2, 1915 Page: 2 of 4
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Hye Manchester Journal
’jblished in the interests of Man-
chester and vicinity and for the
Publishers Profits if any there be.
E. A. WOOD, Editor.
WOOD & SON, Proprietors.
Published Every Friday at Manches-
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR.
Entered in the Postoffice at Manches-
ter, Okla., as Second Class Mail
WE SHOULD SMILE.
The thing that goes the farthest to-
ward making life worth while
That costs the least and does the
most, is just a pleasant smile—
I The smile that bubbles from the
heart that loves its fellow men
Will drive away the cloud of gloom
and coax the sun again.
[it’s full of worth and goodness, too
with manly kindness blent;
It’s worth a million dollars and it
doesn’t cost a cent
Local, each insertion, per line.....5c
Display, per inch, one month.....50c
Slight deviation will be m&de on
display rate under yearly contract
for more than four inches space. No
deviation from local rates.
We do not j int Journals to give
away. They are for sale at 5c each.
Mrs. Chas. Ford has been very sick
but is better at this writing.
W. L. Baker and wife spent Sunday
with her parents, Robt. Jones
Elbert McMullin and wife spent
Sunday at Chas Ford’s.
Will Kloefkorn is sporting a new
set of single harness.
REPORT OP THE CONDITION OK
THE CITIZENS STATE BANK
at Manchester, In the State
of Oklahoma, at the close of business
March 4. 11115.
Doans anti Discounts...................- $70 725 38
Overdrafts,secured and unsecured
Ronds, Warrants, etc____
Eurnlture and Fixtures
Cash and sight exchange
Fred Armstrong aud family and the
Jones sisters spent Sunday with Ray
There is no room for sadness when fjee)
we see a cheery smile.
It always has the same good look —
it’s never out of style;
It nerves us on to try again when
failure makes us blue—
Marion and Mildred Jones are stay-
ing at Ray Heel’s on account of small
pox. While the girls were coming up
to Ray’s Tuesday evening their horse
, , got, frightened and ran away and
Sue!, dimples of encouragement arc I ^ ^ ....... „lm> bul no 0I1,
good for me and you.
The successes of modern surgery
are truly wonderful. Last Friday
John Turner came home from the
M. E. Hospital at Guthrie and
what was done for him down there
was real surprising even to the
warmest advocates of the hosptal.
He left here some three weeks ago
carrying one of the most, pronounc-
ed cases of Hair I.ip and (’left
Palate ever seen by mortal eye. now
he appears on the street looking as
well as the average young man.
His Mouth is still very tender, but
in a few weeks he will go to Wich-
ita and when he has some new
teeth made on a plate restoring the
roof of his mouth to a normal shape
it is believed that he will soon be
able to articulate his words as plain
as an ordinary individual. This
case will long be an advertisement
lor what can be accomplished by
SAY! Now is the time to build a
Silo. Invest igate the tile silo. Write
"T see John Hardin, Medford, Okla.
This is what you need. 44-2p
There will In a very interesting
program by the Sunday school, at the
M E. church Easter Sunday.
kicked the huggy to pieces but no one
Chet. Sanderson aud George Egger-
mau spent Sunday at Chas. Fielder’s
Jas. J. Warnock, has secured the
agency for the Reed Weather Strip,
which is manufactured in Wichita, it
j is said to be the best thing on the
1 wagon, 1 hay frame, I buggy, 1 set . market for the purpose for which it is
buggy harness, single, 1 set wagon'
harness, 1 14 inch walking plow, 1 10-
inch walking plow, 1 1-section harrow.
1 black horse coming 9; weight about
1100 lbs. I would like to dispose of
all the above by April 10th. John B.
Turner. Manchester. 44-lt
So smile away; folks understand
what by a smile is meant—
It’s worth a million dollars and it
Doesn’t cost a cent.
—La Junta, (Colo.) Republican.
6 858 35
1 000 00
19 396 49
Total................,....................... $102 613 96
Capital Stock Paid In................... $15 000 00
Surplus fund and Undivided profits, 1 283 51
Deposits..................... 81 080 45
Ronds borrowed...... ..... 5 250 00
Total....................................... $102 613 96
State of Oklahoma, County of Grant.
I, H. VV. Reneau, cashier of the above
named Bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to the best of
my knowledge and belief, so help me God.
11. W. RENEAU, Cashier.
1 E. A. WATKINS
Auto livery and feed barn,
Trips made anywhere.
A. L. Hamilton
Physician and Surgeon
Office over Citizens Bank.
Trips to country by Automobile
I J. W. MALLORY
MANCHESTER LODGE NO 24
J\, A, F. A. M.
meets 1st and 3rd Thursday
' ” ' nights In each month.
W. T. HUDSON. W, M. .1. N. SMITH Sec.
Seed com; we have Kausas Sun-
flower, a yellow corn, white Pearl and
Boone county white. All guaranteed
10 germinate Geo. W. Morris, 44-tf
It is getting near fly time, so when
you want- a good screen door get the
Flyless. Something new. Badger
Lumber Co. 44 tf
Notice is hereby given that there
will be a pupil’s examination for
eighth grade county diplomas on the
loth, and 16th. day of April at school
houses in the following districts. No.
11, 14, 16, 17, 36, 62, 63 and consoldated
Dist 1. and at the county superintend
Home grown, recleaned black hulled eDt s odice.
white katir corn for seed, *100 per Pupils furnish own paper and pen
bushel. See samples at Melcher.s j ctl or pen and ink. Seventh grade p. -
hardward store. Sam’l W. Miller, U >ils are advised to write on seventh
miles west of Gibbon. 44-2p.
No. 91, 1. O. O. E.
Meets evt-ry Tuesday
night In Odd Fellows
hall Visiting brothers
RAILEY, X. G., K, V. SMITH, Sec y
E. H. BREEDEN
MEDFORD, OKLA- |
R. E, Hite bought some single bar
ness at the Starks sale and instead of al^|ie office.
grade branches only. Teachers inter-
ested may make arrangements for ex-
amination at other places by calling
putting them in Fred Wood's buggy
put them in some one else s Will
that party please phone Mr. Hitear
Fresh bulk garden seed-at R R-
Smith & Co. Gibbon, Okla 38 tf
—At Manchester first Tuesday in
each mouth till Saturday noon. All
work absolutely guaranteed. Dr.
McClurg, Dentist. 49-t,f
J. W SMITH
Law, Real Lstate, Loans, In
surance and Collections.
I have taken a course in horse-
manship, and have my Diploma,
and can break and train horses
so they will be tractable and ser-
viceable Bring them in.
S. A. PIERCE
We are receiving new goods every day and our store is so full of bargains
that we want everyone to come in and see them and get our prices, for we are
sure that we can please you in style and quality.
Ladies, Misses and Child-
rens Ready-to-W ear
Ladies Suits from________$8.00 to $25.00
Ladies Skirts from.......
Corset Covers from......
Ladies and Childrens Pants.
Ladies White Skirts.......75 to
Ladies Muslin Gowns —
Childrens Muslin Gowrns.
Ladies Rain Coats from---- 2.50 to
A full line of Ladies and
Misses Knit Underwear
Of all the latest styles for
spring. We have the latest
in Silks, Stripes, plaids, flow
ered and plain, come in and
All kinds of Wool Goods for
spring, vve can sure please
you in this line-
Ginghams for Everyone, 8
to 25c per yard, Light, dark
White Goods of all kinds,
come in and letusshowthem
1% T#H* This spring we will have a line of Ladies. Misses and Childrens
lVlllllnery. Trimmed Hats of the latest and up-to-date styles, come in and
A full line of Men and Boys Clothing, Palm Beach Suits, Hats
LiOining. Straw and Felt, Dress Shirts, Neck Ties, Socks. Collars. Handker-
chiefs, Pants Rain Coats, Underwear, Hose, Supporters, Linen Dust-
ers, etc. Our shoe Department is complete and we can save you
money on this lifie if you will come in and see them.
Our Grocery Stock is complete and always trying to save
for our customers in this line. A full line of Garden Seed,
Sets, and Seed Potatoes. Highest Price Paid for Produce.
SIMMONS & RENEAU
..J. B. DRENNAN..
Medford, Ok bn hornn
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Bl'RCHFIEL & DEERE j
We take your cattle and hogs
CALL US UP
j w. MALLORY
ah Citizens Slate Bank, will re-
ceive all watf** aM jewelry re-
pairing lefb wile him, and gDV
prompt, and careful attention.
All work reriirnH.d to him for
collection charges. All work
F. E. PIRTLE & Cn„
Jewelers and Music Dealers,
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From the Old Re-
liab l e Caldwell
to Suit all.
M. J. ROACH, Agt
Manchester. - Oklahoma
Don’t forget to bring a load of wheat to the mill
and receive for every bushel of No. 2 wheat 32 pounds
highest patent flour, 12 pounds of bran and 13 pounds
of shorts and low grade, and pay us a fee of 12c per
bushel. We will sack the patent flour and you furnish
sacks for the feed. Front each pound wheat falls under
No. 2 we will take one pound from the highest patent
and add to the bran.
Manchester Mill & Eiev. Go. ♦
| Summer Cooking
Getting dinnv ready \
When you have any watch *
| or jewelry repairing that you »
* want done right, leave it at »
| Madden-Feely drug store. All J
| work guaranteed by
I F. W. Olmstead
in July is jiiA coivi
fort.ible r. :d !v)ven>
her—if you u c
COOL STOV .
The heat g vs in
cooking, not i:.* > l!v.
j -\ T T
4 . U
•y A .
Tin ins Point in Oil Stove History''
Oil Cook Stoves
’'Look fortbe Lever”
:< \ our
r, quire.; lev watching and regulating
than '. coal -awe.
You can keen one or more burners at an intensely
hot o" merely simmering flame.
Come in and let us show you how these Florence^
Automatic Stoves work, how simple and reliable.
No I Licks to burn out. No Valves to leak. Once
started, each burner will keep going at the same
power until you turn it out.
PERFECTLY SAFE 1
For Sale By—J. M. MINGLE, Agent
CASE 12 1-2-25 GAS TRACTOR.
The Case (las Tractor has fewer parts than any other gas
tractor on the market. Think what Case Scientific Simplicity
means! It is not leaving off of parts—the cheapening of the job,
but the fact that we use fewer pares means that we use BETTER
Parts. We furnish Case Gas Tractors in the following sizes:—
10—20 Farm Tractor Price 8 800.00 F. O. B., Racine
12—25 Farm Tractor Price 1350.00 F. O. B., Racine
20—40 Farm Tractor Price 2030.00 F. (). B., Racine
Fire, Wind and Water
What would they do to \our wooden Threshing Machines?
The ( ase SUEi Machines are Indestructible
No woo I sills to sag out of line, no wood frame work to warp
and throw shafting nut of line, but everything rigid and firm in-
sures a light running separator, and old threshennen tell us
they can pull the Case with less Coal or gas than any separator
they have hitched to.
CASE Fire Proof Thresher.
It is better to he Safe Than Sorry—See us for price and
terms on Case Machinery
R. R. Smith & Co., Gibbon.
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Wood, E. A. The Manchester Journal. (Manchester, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 44, Ed. 1 Friday, April 2, 1915, newspaper, April 2, 1915; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc497043/m1/2/: accessed June 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.