The Manchester Journal. (Manchester, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 49, Ed. 1 Friday, May 7, 1909 Page: 2 of 4
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THE MANCHESTER JOURNAL
J.M. SIMMONS, Editor and Prop’r
Publithtd Entry Friday at JtanchuUr.
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Entered at Manchester, Olcla., Postofflce as
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FRIDAY, MAY 7,1909.
Wheat reacned $1.27 per bushe
on the local market at Manchester
last week, and corn got np to 60
cents first of the week. There was
very little wheat to go at that
paice, but there is still consider-
able corn in the country.
The general government has
given it out that the war on Gov-
erner Haskell will again be taken
up immediately, on the charge of
town lot frauds at Muskogee. Okla.,
and that several others prominent
in Oklahoma will be prosecuted
with him. This is the fight that
Hearst, the millionaire, and Teddy
Guthrie, Okla,, May 1.—In com-
pliance with the promise mude to
the lessees of the state, when they
were assembled in Guthrie, that no
appraisement would be approved
until full justice had been granted
to the lessees, the state board of
Land Commissioners made the
First-The secretary of this
board is directed to proceed to
collect rentals for the current year
on the same basis as the last pre-
ceeding year, and have existing
leases remain in force until ap-
praised valuations have been de-
cided upon and confirmed, and that
this board proceed to hear and
determine the correctness of the
pending appraisement with a view
to correcting irregularities, in-
equalities and want of justice in all
said appraisements, before coming
to the approval thereof, and for the
purpose of determining an econom-
ic and fair method for such inves-
tigation that may properly protect
the interests of the state and at
the same time give each aggrieved
eessec an economic and fair hear-
ing: that a committee of two con-
erring with the secretary of this
board be appointed to devise and
report to the board the detail
method of such hearing, and with-
in the limit of lawful powers of this
mard, due notice of said hearing
to be given when the method there-
of is determined by the board.
The lessees of the state are de-
ghted with the fairness shown to
t lem by the board, and admit that
they were misled as to the inten-
Geo. Myer, an experienced well
driller from Missouri, is here with a
complete steam outfit and can go
any depth down to 600 feet when
desired in rock or dirt. Charges reas-
onable, Postoffice,Manchester, If
in need of well drilling,call or write.
A small note book containing a
$10 coupon book inside. Lost be-
tween Manchester and Cal. George’s
Sunday. Finder please leave at
—Have pasture rent for 50 head
of horses. Call at E. L. Smith
& Co. store Manchester Okla.
United oOhVb^ 7“ T “T
hell during the campaign last fall. Lre apparently playing politic! °
Guthrie. April 30-The Corpora- The ^7^77^777, of the
fTT 18 p • ’“T, j state wh0 are 80 vociferously kick-
letter from the Fraco Rmlroad U against the new election law
nTZ "“ZZd At, n" C “"'"‘‘"■enf. claiming that it will
U. William., of Snyder, Oklahoma. place npwarranted power in the
had been refunded an o'-ercharge of hands of the Democratic adminis-
S48.60 on amerry-g.oroundah.pped Union, apparently forget toexplain
romParad.se .Texas, in 1907. This to the people that those same pre-
. 18 “"Other of the many refunds on visions ate already a part of the
overcharges that have been secured election law and are not in any
through the efforts of the Corpora- manner changed bv the new law
non This in a year’s time amount Under the present law the Governor
° tho“»»nds of dollars. appoints the state election board,
According to the daily newspaper Iand ^ie state board appoints the
reports Teddy in flagging lion as I county boards. No amendment
high as three a day, and always I contained in the new law’ changes
kills his big game dead, dead, dead this. therefore it is hard to see
at the first crack of the gun. We what advantage can be gained to
do not suppose there is another the Republicans by referring this
naan in the world, or ever was orPeaL*re of the law to a vote of the
ever will be, who can any ways PecPJe, unless it be that the Re-
equal Teddy with a rifle I publicans want some primary edu-
cation in that ’despised” feature
LOCUST FENCE POSTS
I have a large number of well seas-
oned black locust fence posts, all
sizes, which are for sale by S. B.
Fling at Manchester, the Badger
Lumber Co. at Gibbon, G. W. Cox at
Wakita, and also at my farm 10 mile
south of Manchester, at reasonable
C. L. Bickerdicke.
I have about 50 bushels nice cane
seed for sale, 81.00 per bushel. Phone
or call at the farm, 2i miles east and
2 miles north of Manchester.
48^ J. M.Elinn.
Barber No. 44952
—lam permanently located in Man-
chester and made a specialty of watch
and clock repairing of all kinds, also
do sho repairing. 1 guarantee all my
work to give satisfaction, and will be
pleased to have you call on me when
in need of anything in this line. You
will find me on north side main
street, west of the postofflce.
F. M. Lytle
WANT A FARM LOAN?
Lots of money aDd lowest rate of In
terest. Call at -my office in Manches-
ter and see about it.
23tf J.W. Smith.
Saturday morning, a saddle weigh-
ing about 40 pounds, between Ed
Brown’s and Vardy boy’s farm*]
Phone to Vardy boys, Manchester.
X ^ie stand ,r> this part of the count ry. Barber was sired b^Forest 3364^ hnb^fc d?/t,stalliou ever Placed oa
W Dam, Laurena 17652, by Suli an 14975, by Brilliant 1271. y * ’ by Fanciful 19578, by Henri 3557.
nk Terms. A1 ", r.n Inun ro aril T rn at a mH q nri n.inlr
— stallion won
at Illinois State
(according to those reports, 0f ■ *.i uuan uesptsea mature
course.) Just think, a man wholly of the constitution (The Initiative
Milt nf nroatlno O* I___a:__ . ’ land Ttpfprpnrillrr>\ iirk;„k *1____
Sealed proposals for erection of a court
______ . t0 he located at Medfor, Grant county
quarters today, it developed that
- - "• [dj/or wiring?’ ^*"r plum8,nSdrainage’,
Bids received up to 12 o'clock May 25. Iflop
and then opened. Proposals shall be accom-
panied by a cer'llied check In the sum 7,f
■.500.00 to be forfeited to said Grant county In
case the bidder shall fail to enter into con-
tact with approved security for the ner-
foimonce of the work In accordance will the
plans and specification. If his bid be acepted
«m^etC0Dtrilct?r j° wbom 'he award Is made
will be required to furnish boDd with
approved security In double he sum of the
contract and to complete the building In
n!De montnsfrom da»e of contract. *
bids r *ht * ’lest‘rvea to reject any and all
-i1r^,SOD9.’.drawln^ and blank propo-
wlll besals sent to contractors of high stand-
ing on deposit of certified check fr - *>-, nn
Medfo?d. Oklahoma0 °f the CWn,y cl"rk “
P. W. ZlEGhEH.
wu,oi’i '’uau uuuiL, a man wnoilyl — w.„„,uuuii v-me initiative
out of practice at shooting going ancl Referendum) which they so
into the woods of wild Africa and strenuous,y opposed becoming a
shooting down lion ten to one fas- part of our law-
ter than was ever done bv anv man n a • IT!-I-
before, and always bringing down ,u hne’ 0kla - MaY L—In a
his name, dead as a mackerel at. a C0nv8r8a,t’°" >*'»«" <»° "epubli-
single shot! |oan leaders at Republican head
-p . .7-. quarters today, it developed that
The Anthony Bulletin ezpresses the Republicans are basing their
„ ,;,0U™ * ,sen‘im8fs dot hopes of defeating the amendments
in the following: ‘Several days to the election law on the sup-
ago this paper received a letter position that it will be a difficult
from the biggest mail order house matter for the Democrats to
m u-1 countr-v’ that the I accumulate a campaign fund at a
publishers quote a price on a time when there are no officers to
quantity of advertising space. The elect. They express confidence
one of the inquiry indicated that that besides the $25,000 left in the
the mail order house would con- Republican treasury from the last
tract for the space at any reason- campaign that the National com-
a We price. It may not have been mittee could be depended upon to
courteous, but the publishers did furnish at least $50,000 more in
not reply to the inquiry. This order to defeat the election law
^aper takes the p osition that it I amendments,
cannot afford to lend its adver- They base this supposition on
tMing columns to the promotion the fact that their three representa-
of trade in this community for lives in congress are lending such
mail order houses. To start with, valliant assistance to Cannon in
the mail order houses impose on his efforts to revise the tariff ud-
them patrons. They contribute ward, that they will be rewarded
a jsolutely nothing to the pibsper- by substantial remittance from the
ity or development of Harper National Republican treasury.
county, and practically everv dol-1--—
lar spent with them is money re-1 comptroller of the currency
moved from circulation in the com- at " ashington, who is opposed to
munity in which it is made. The the bank guaranty law, has at last
Bulletin prefers to boost the busi- c®nsented to the national banks in
ness of the people that live and do Kansas forming a guaranty
business in Harper county.” fund of their own, whereby they
r t* d H I have arranged to raise a guaranty
Cltwa^’ ® IW*nt “P 10 Ktn“* fund of $.500,000 for the protection
his fa^catUe^whi^h*1^ <Ut °f m natlonaI banka »
his fat cattle, which he had been feed- that state. The state banks have
log on the farm northeast of Pond al}out all signified a willingness to
Creek all winter. There were two come i”under the st«te guaranty
car loads of fat steers, and thev k ur ,fan!,ers1 of that state
3, »oa iney should feel thankful to YV. J.
—R. M. Collins has sold his farm to
one of his sons and had bills printed
at this office Monday morning for a
public safe to be held on Friday of
this week. Mr. Collins didn’t state
what he intends doing in the future
Must sell 400 acres of land. A bar-
gain if sold at once. Call on
C. M. Owen,
u, DAuieuii iiooj, Dyauuau Hum, oy liruiu
Terms, $15 to insure colt to stand and suck.
| K Korsar No. 1107
Terms, $1- to insure colt to stand and suck
t Little Joe
t horS?I,!S He is troKiDii bred “d a ,o*d |
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Big Tom |
i ^°,m is«a, b,ack i'ack> 16 hands weighs
MOO pounds. Was sired by Parish, by Yelberton Jr.,
by Hopkins 4lvarado, by Cunniugham’s Buna Vista, by ^
Leers iNaoolenn. hv imnnrtpH ^
Leers iNapoleon, by Imported Napoleon,
Terms, $15 to insure colt,to stand and suck.
I CareAbw7 baeniS'eS„ OMa. 9
% any occnr. Mares parted from or tef 3
| G. J. ROACH, 0. V. S., Owner. |
,♦♦♦♦'1'» 4'♦ I' 1 *■>
| R. S. Emery <
l Contractor and |
STOCK PROOF GATES
V, First-class Carpenter Work
t in all its branches. i
? Leave orders at the Badger J
Lumber Yard. f
H' I"H ♦W*
J. W SMITH
MANCHESTER LODGE NO 113
:®y A F & A M
meeta 1st aod 3rd Thursday nights In eaoh
monlh’ W.T CLARK, Sec.
T- W.PETER, W. M.
E.B. ROVER. W 8
Law, Real Estate, Loans, In
surance and Collections.
******* **** ............
I PALACE BARBER SHOP f
♦ „ J ROSS HELM 9
♦ Oood work and Courteous Treat- t
f pent of all Customers, Is my Motto T
t tede3.brn^n‘eavM,he8Lp-«y i
l MANCHESTER, OKLAHOMA. f
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W. H. SMEDLEY,
Office over Cltlsen State Ban k. Rea-
dence. one block south. Telephone
at office and residence.
brought better than six cents per
pound—not enough when the price of
'°m which they have been sat-
ing Is taken Into consideration.
Bryan. Governor Haskell of Okla-
homa and our Democratic legb'a-
lature for starting the bank
guaranty measure going.
A. H. T. A. ASSOCIATION.
« Dodff No. 281. A.H.T.A.. meet*
first and third Friday night In each month
Members la good standlnr always walcoms
E. A. WATKINS, President.
H R wr TWO e. W- A "ALLY. Vlee-Prer
8. B. FLING, Treasurer.
W. T. Clark Secret i*y.
Buyer and Shipper of
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t BURCHFIEL i WARN0CK I
t HOG BUYERS 9
Hog Tight, Sheep Tight, Chicken Tight
Iowa gates can be hung close to the ground l.nt „.;n
because the outer ™,l i, atljuatable. Hoe tightLth , 7,!^ ”S
,hC fra,,le iMte“d “f •“ ^
Z Wh)- “ot-—
... handle convenierrt in ^
you wish. 11 8",ng up hill as
‘“k over .hesample ^
GENERAL dealers in
s. B. FLING.
Dealer In Hardware Implements. Harness, C..I and Cement
I Live Stock |
f Opnoslt, Journal Office, Man- f
| cheater, Oklahoma.
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Knights & Ladies of Security
In eac^monVaU4 o. ohpr*aH D'"?ht
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All Odd Pellowa In good
standing cordially Invlt -1
OHAS MOKWITZ. N. U
J. W. MALLORY, ?. c
W. T. OTARK, Sec.
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