The Manchester Journal. (Manchester, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 35, Ed. 1 Friday, February 3, 1911 Page: 3 of 4
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ROSEDALE HERD OF
$ Utility and ffionay Making Kind.
Breeding Stock for sale at all times at 6
FARMERS’ PRICES $
Barred Rock and Buff Orpington
Farm four miles west of Manchester
MEYER & SCOTT, Proprietors
| A. SLAUGHTER |
% AUCTIONEER ;
f. Solicits your business. |
Dates made at the Journal office
*! or call at Slaughter farm *
Jj Reference anybody. ♦
| BRING YOUR g
£ Poultry, Butter, Eggs, Hides!
* and Cream to A. J. YOUNG I
2* Where you rlways get the market price, honest weights and X
w a^a 1 fo.o.^1 —---— ‘,;T>
good grading. I also handle feed in connection.
ff A. J. YOUNG
| MANCHESTER OKLAHOMA #
Does a general livery business.
Good Quiet Teams Careful Drivers
POWERS BROS., Proprietors H
* SHORT ORDER AT ANY HOUR. +
PIES, CAKE and LEMONADE-OYSTERS in season. 0
J We also have a full line of Candies, Cigars, Tobacco J
jj* Melons, Bananas, Oranges and Lemons.
CALL and see us when you want a QUICK LUXCH. '*jf
^ Every thing Clean and Up-To-Date. J
4 T H TrtT T V MANCHESTER, a
X !• D* JULLI, OKLAHOMA
iCORDRAY & SONS
Y Fresh and Salted Heats, Lard 1
♦ AND GROCERIES. Dry Goods, 5
J Shoes, Hosiery, and Queensware %
j PAQU Commencing November I5th ♦
♦ UHun our business will be run on a J
Y strictly cash basis; 30 days time will ♦
J be considered cash, but we cannot ex- ▼
Y tend credit beyond that.. ♦
—Everything is kept fresh and, —Iflrs. Arandell went to Medford
clean at Watkins A Simmons. W’hen Wed aes^ay to get her littel girl, who
you buy grocerits at H eir st re. you had tx-en there a couple of weeks, nd
have the satDfac'ionof knowing you was getting prettyanxious to see her
fcrt getting the beet. 35-tf man una.
—See H. W Reneau for farm loa! - .
— Will Roach was a Medford visitor
Good nut coal, 8(1.00, at the Man-
chester Mil. 2S-r f.
— Mr. an I Mrs Usury Carter of
Jefferson, Iowa, are here visiting
—Good com for sale at the Man-
chester Mill. 31-tf.
— Wm. Scholl was visiting relatives
and friends in Anthony the first of
—Choice lump coal $7.00, at the
Manchester Mill. 28-tf.
—Floyd Bonlne was a Wichita visi-
t t the latter part of last week and
the first of this.
-—We have plenty of slack for your
hogs. Call and see us. 1. E Melcher.
—Mrs. Itoy Evans is here from
A: thony, a guest at the L. Feely
—For Salk-A good drop head
sowing machine for $8. See Jack
—Mrs. J. M. Simmons and Mrs. Jess
McMullin were Anthony visitors the
first of the week,
—See those shoesat Watkins & Sim-
mons. They have the swellest line in
—Mrs. Chas. Gore was here from
Anthony the first of the week, visi-
—The Manchester Mill will have a
car of pure Red Seed Oats, in a few
days. Better engage your seed. 32-tf
—Miss M, Mallory was herefrom
Wakita the first of the week, visiting
her brother, Jay.
—Have you seen the new spring
goods at Watkins & Simmons? They
are sure swell, and the very latest. 35-tf
—J.C. Stevenson, cashier of the
Farmers State Bank, of Gibbon, went
to Blackwell Monday to- take the
Chapter degree In Masonry.
—Don’t forget that Watkins & Sim-
mons pay you the highest market
price for your produce. 35-tf
—Postmaster Morris will soon put
in a stcok of pencils, tablets, post-
cards, notions, etc. in the postottlce
lobby. This was his purpose in moving
the office to its now location.
— Lady, are you going to help the
Manchester Mill find a new brand for
their flour? See our advertisement in
Mrs. Etta Loomis.
Mrs. M. E. Bristow.
Geo. W. Morris. Postmas '/er.
— Wr want your grain when you
have any to sell. Ask us for prices.
Deer Creek Elevator Co. Floyd Feely
Agent. 31— tf.
—Mrs. W. E. Brett lest Monday for
Rochelle, Illinois, called there by
the serious illness of her father. Mr.
and Mrs. Rrett had been claiming for
some time to go to Illinois next week,
as her parents were about to celebrate
the golden anniversary. We sincerely
hope Mrs. Brett, upon her arrival,
found her father Improved, and that
the celebration may taJte place after
— Don't forget that. Drs. McKee &
Mickael will be in tnelr branch cffce
here, in Die old postoffice building,
the week of February 20. 31-tf
Card of Thanks.
We desire to thank our klhd friends
aud neighbors, who so kindly assisted
in the sickness and death of our dar-
Mb. and Mbs. C'.las Fori>
—J. M. Simmons, the Duroc hog
breeder, is evidently cor tent in the
I eMef that hrg prices will hold their
own or go still higher. He has about
forty head of bred gl'ts whtnh he In-
tends selling later on, and >n Wednes-
day refused an offer of S-2T> per head
for ten head of ids bunch from a Mr.
Wilcox, living southeast, of Anthony.
In liis feed let, too, there are more
than a hundred head of hig fat por-
kers which most farmers would want
to get on the market, bat lie tells us
that tie wants to feed them about
another $500 worth of corn before be
lets t! m go He expects to have
another public sale of bred Duroc
gilts later on, timely notice of which
will appear in this paper. [
We will sell at puplic auction ot our place 3 miles east of Manchester and 3 1-2
miles north of Gibbon (on the Frank Smithhizer farm) the following described property ^
commencing at 10 o'clock a. m. on
MONDAY. FEBRUARY 6111
1 span 5 years old. weight 2800
1 span coming 3 years old. weight 1800
1 span coming 3 years old, weight 1700
1 span coming 3 years old, weight 1600
1 span coming 2 years old
1 mule colt 9 months old
1 span 6 years old, weight 2900
1 horse 5 years old, weight 1300
1 Richard-Alden 6 yrs old. wt 1200
1 horse 5 years old, weight 1250
1 horse 6 years old, weight 1250
1 horse 7 years old, weight 1200
1 horse 6 years old. weight 1150
1 horse 8 years old. weight 1000
1 horse 5 years old. weight 1000
1 mare 5 years old, weight 750
1 well bred trotting Alley coming 3
3 GOOD COWS
1 good milch cow 5 years old
1 good milch cow 4 years old
1 good milch cow 3 years old
19 HEAD OF HOGS
14 gilts, will farrow in March, weight 125
to 160 pounds
4 shoats, weight 85 pounds
1 male, weight 160 pounds
1 Bradley lister
1 Emerson sulky plow
2 wheat drills
Eveaything in this sale
is FIRST CLASS
TERMS OF SALE:—All sums under $10, cash in hand without discount. On all sums
over $10 a credit of eight months will be given on approved note with interest at 8 per
cent from date. 5 per cent discount for cash.
FREE LUNCH AT NOON
ABE SLAUGHTER, Auct. J. C. STEVENSON, Clk
—If you are lookiDg for the best
goods, the newest styles, and the low-
est prices, go to Watkins & Simmons.
They have them. 35-tf.
—Mrs. W. K. Thomas came down
from Anthony Monday and took din-
ner at the Journal home. She was
accompanied by her cousin, Mrs. Per-
rin Kincaid, of Kirwio Kansas. We
certainly had a splendid visit with
Mrs. Kincaid. About eight years ago
the writer spent a part of one summer
at the home, and we never had a much
better time thin we had right there.
Watkins & Simmons offer you the
very latest in spring styles. You
should make it a point to see their
line before buy! rig elsewhere, 35-tf.
—Dr. McClurg, Wakita's resident
dentist, will be in his Manchester
olfice from the first Tuesday, S a. m.,
until Saturday uood of each month.
In his Wakita office all other
A Guide to Good Manner*.
If you are puzzled about a question
of etiquette, and hare not time to con-
sult. an older or more experienced
friend or relative, appty the “golden j
rule"—to do as you would be done by
—dor thas will almost always bring
you out of your dlfflcutlty with flying
colors. The expression “nature's no-
bleraiin,” is very often applied to some
simple-minded and ua sophisticated
man who is thns guided; for, whether
we be gentle or simple, the truest
"goo-3 breeding” Is shown by our care
for t he feelings of others, says Home
Notes. The reaJ “great lady” is as
thou ghtful and considerate for those
bene «th her In social position as she
would be for royalty, though she
worfld show her thought in a different
fas Mon. and since we may all be
"(jaeens by love," It behooves us to be
rq yally courteous and considerate
Tbe brusque, rough woman who con
founds a pleasant manner of speaking
with Insincerity Is greatly to be pitied,
fur she has thrown away her scepter
and lost her crown.
The English travelers complain that
they are so much hurried in our
tote Is and so little in our stage
coaches. An Irish traveler took a dif-
ferent vli’W of the case. Honest Pat
came in at one o'clock, and was
called up in a half an hour. ‘And
what will ye charge for the lodging?”
“Twenty-five cents," was the reply.
“An sure 'twa kind of ye to call me
lo airly; if I’d slept until the morn-
ing, I’d i tot had the money to pay the
That’s what they all say, and I
am proud to state that I can
prove it. Run in ANY OLD TIME p
and see my e|
For Spring and Summer. I’ll take pleasure in taking
your measure for your new spring suit, and the price
will not be prohibitive, either.
J. W. MALLORY
The Dastyog Tailor Man ^
Deer Greek Elev. 60.1
Handles Grain of all kinds.
Take your grain to them for g
A good line of the best grades
FLOYD FEELY, fluent
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—Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Buckley went | —A card from Wes Warnock, dated
to Anthony Tuesday to visit her
mother, Mrs. S. Warnock. who has
been sick the pest week or two.
—Watkins & Simmos will pay you
i the highest market price for your pro-
duce. Take it to them and get your
moneys worth. 35-tf
San Antonio, Texas, informs us that
the weather is pretty warm there.
Wes says the peach trees are in bloom,
and that eveything has the appear-
ance of springtime. Vera has not
been well, and the card intima'ed
that the family would not remain
long at that place.
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Thomas, L. K. The Manchester Journal. (Manchester, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 35, Ed. 1 Friday, February 3, 1911, newspaper, February 3, 1911; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc497326/m1/3/: accessed December 12, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.