The Manchester Journal. (Manchester, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 44, Ed. 1 Friday, April 2, 1915 Page: 4 of 4
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There is two ways of having a house painted. One
way is to let the contract to the lowest bidder and take long
chances on getting, perhaps, some degree of satisfaciion.
The other way is to play safe and place the work in
the hands of a reliable contractor, who knows what good re-
sults are. and understands how to get them.
If you prefer the way No. 2, just drop in and see. what
a competent painter can do for you using first class material,
such as strictly Pure White Lead and Pure Linseed Oil
J. R. GREEN
SLAUGHTER & SONS
Auctioneers. Solicit your business
dates made at the Journal office or
call at Slaughter farm. Reference
FRESH SEED IN BULK
Wehave a complete line of
Fresh Seeds in bulk, that
are adapted to this climate
that do well here. We have
Seed Corn, Rape, Millet,
Sudan Grass, all kinds of
Graden Seeds and Onion
Sets. They are guaranteed
to he pure and fresh.
As my Horse and Jack were not sold at my sale. 1 have de-
cided to stand them at my farm 5 1-2 miles southwest of Man-
chester. and 5 miles west of Gibbon.
GE.ORGE is a Fine S
year old Brown Percheron
Horse, Weight 1800 pounds
he has proven himself a sure
breeder and a sure foal get-
ter. Terms $7.00 to insure
mare with foal.
ST A R: is a well bred Mammoth Jack
Color Brown. Weight 900. he is a
good breeder. Terms $10 to in-
sure mare with foal.
1 erms cf Service—Whenever mare changes hands or
is moved from the place of keeping at time of breeding, the
service fee becomes due and payable at once. Due care will
be taken to prevent accidents, but will not be responsible
should any occur.
JOG Cottcnll^ Owner
We feel perfectly safe in designa- i J-
ting the Educational Campaign at i hand,
the Methodist church a success, so
far as Manchester is concerned. The
Home Mission sermon on Sunday
March 21st. and the sermon on
Temperance and the Conference
Clamants Tuesday evening following
was delivered by the pastor to a
Wednesday evening an apprecia-
tive audience heard Rev. MoVey on
the Methodist Hospital and the
American Bible Society.
Thursday evening Rev. Miller of
Renfrow, talked on Thristian edu-
cation and The Freedmans Aid.
Among other things apropose of
educating the negro as a citizen he
said “not every white man these
days understand some of the great-
est party questions, and that the
tariff question reminded him of the
man who built a pig trough to ac
comodate ten pigs and then put it
in a pen with twenty, and that the
ten pigs that got in the trough
wanted “protected butter-milk”
and the ten outside wanted “free
Rev. Miller is a speaker of un-
usual ability considering his youth
Rev. Corning of Medford closed
the campaign Friday evening on
the subjects Sunday schools and
Christian Literature. Rev. Corning
is a scholarly and interesting speak-
I’m sure the interest taken in
these services by others than of the
Methodist faith was greatly ap-
preciated by the church. Also the
effort of the young people in furn-
ishing music was very much ap-
We hope all were benefited by
C. Eslinger is nursing a sore
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Fred Miller visited at Mrs.
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Next Tuesday April fith. will be
election day in Manchester. The can-
didates so far as we have been in-
formed, are,for clerk, V.E Merriman,
for Tres. Floyd Feely, for Trustee, 1st
ward, J. W. Smith, for Trustee 2nd
ward, C. M. Smith, for trustee 3rd
ward. G. F. Simmons. This is styled
“The Independent Ballot,” and from
the personel of the ticket we consider
it a good one
Owing to the stormy day. we were
compelled to postpone our sale set for
March 30. to Monday, April 5. 14 head ’
of horses and mules, 24 head of cattle,
farm implements etc Sale to com
mence at 10 a. m
Easter, And The Passover.
(Continued from page 1.)
jibing the spirit. we pass out of the
material world into the spiritual.
The gateway to that spiritual world
not death. If it were, then
death is a friend instead of art en-
emy. Blessed are they that do his
commandments; that they may
have a right to the tree of life, and
may enter in, through gate into
the city. Rev. 22-14.
After we have entered into that
city, we will no longer look for the
coming of Christ; and, from fear of
forgetting him. feel under the ne-
cessity of occasionally taking a
pinch of cracker, and a sup of wine;
but we shall discover Him, on this
shore of time, saying; Come. Dine
with me at my table. Yea! The
spirit and the bride say come. And
let him that is athirst come. And,
whosoever will, let him come, and
partake of this great feast—the
wedding supper of the Lamb—pre-
pared for those who love Him, and
keep his commandments; for they
are holy, just and good; and the
law is holy and spiritual. Rom. 7-14.
If we be dead with Christ, from
the material things of the world,
and are walking in the light, with
Him, we will touch not, taste not,
or be defiled with the abominations
and doctrines of men. <If we are
risen with Him, we will seek the
spiritual things from above.
M. I . Rife.
We have two of the best oil stoves
on the market—the New Monarch
and Florence wick less. Will guaran-
tee them to give satisfaction. Badger
Lumber Co. 44-tf
Will Kleofkorn and Clyde Frazier
made a business trip to Blackwell
W’e are having tine spring weather
at present, quite a little shower of
rain fell Monday and the wheat Is
Our new minister, brother Runion,
will preach his tirst sermon April 11,
at Burchtiel He hails from Indiana.
Mr. Ed, Roach is on the sick list
Robert Salsberry and wife left
Thursday for their new home in
The Missionary meeting was held
at Mrs John Turner’s Friday.
Burchtiel and Buckles sold a Ford
to Mel. Ormes last week.
Othaaud Aaron Burchiiel weut to
Louisania to look at land, last week.
Mr and Mrs. Elmer Coleman have
moved in one of the R. B. Lee houses
Miss Hazel Van Huss made a flying
trip to Waldron Saturday!
W. T Bettis and wife took dinner
witn J. C. Burchtiel’s, Friday It being
Mr. Bettis birthday.
VVill Moore and wife of Gibbon were
guests at the home of Bun Rankin
Roy Smith and wife are the proud
parents of a new hoy.
Mrs J O Bettis is on the sick list.
John Bettis, Wtn. Reid and several
others motored to Colorado Sunday to
look at some land.
The Sophomores and Freshmans
had a party at the school house Thurs
day night, They all report a tine
time and plenty to eat
Mark Roach and wife visited Ed.
Ask J. C. Eslinger how he likes to
run a Ford (in the city.)
Oat sowing is over in this vicinity.
Mrs. George Covey went to Wichita
Saturday to have tier eyes treated.
Burchtiel & Bose sold a Stude-
baker to Mrs. Harris west of Anthony
A large crowd attended the surprise
part at Ed. Brown’s Monday night.
The II. S. boys worked on their
track Saturday and have it in tine
shape now for practicing.
K. P. Burchtiel and wife are visil
ing in Anthony this week.
The Jay Hawkers gave a very inter-
esting program Friday.
Mrs. Sol Frazier’s brother of Mo. is
The base ball game which was held
at Manchester Saturday was the
opening game of the season. Several
of the Burchtiel b'jys helped to make
the team. Our boys won 8 to 1.
April 4th. is Easter
‘Easter Bonnet V’
Ernest Seth visited with Mr. aud
Mrs. Chas. Long Sunday.
A good crowd attended the lecture
at Burchtiel chapel Thursday night,
given by a blind man. The lecture
Margaret Ycder and Flossie Vanhus
attended church at Manchester Sun-
Have you your
Mrs McManaman is visiting he.
daughter. Mrs. Squire at Attica.
Lester Beatty h4s quit eating by
himself and is boarding at Mrs. Van-
Charley Moore who is working for
Bun Rankin visited his sister, Mrs.
J. C. Eslinger, Sunday.
Mrs Charles Wheaton vNted near
her old home west of Anthony last
Don’t forget when buying a washer
to get a Vacuum. They run light aud
wash clean Badger Lumber Co 44 tf
A first class blacksmith shop and
tools for sale all up to date machinery
aud tools required to do the woik
A good money making business, wdl
sell at a bargain. Call or phone T E.
Buckles, Manchester Okla lit!
Insure your growing grain against HAIL in an
OLD LINE COMPANY with Four Million Dollars
in Assets. If you meet with a loss you will get
full payment. The Security Insurance Co., of
New Haven, Conn.
M. W. RENEAU
At Citizens State Bank, Manchester, Oklahoma
We will Insure Wheat against
Hail and Fire-House and Barn
against Fire, Lightning and Tor-
nado-Auto against Fire Accident
or Theft in U. S., or Canada.
—At The Office of—
J. W. SMITH
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I LIVINGSTON & SCHULTZ
All Calls Attended to Promptly
NIGHT PHONE 215; DAY PHONE 204
Two doors west of Citizens Nat'l Bank, Anthony, Kansas
We have on hands a good supply of
(Phone No. 63)
We buy all kinds of grain and seeds.
See us before selling your cane,
kafir or feterita.
G. T. PRICE & Go. *
Only two More Days
Closes Our Easter SALE.
Take advantage of the remaining
days and save money.
Received This Week.
Manchester Supply Co.
“The Supply Store”
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