The Manchester Journal. (Manchester, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, November 7, 1913 Page: 4 of 4
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PER GENT DISCO
LANES' AND CHILDREN'S COATS
THEY MUST BE SOLD, AND THEY I’LL BE
The season is growing short and we do not want to carry any coats over, hence this great reduction in prices
SIMMONS k RENEflU I
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The coats we are offering at
this time are all new, up-to-date
stock, and embrace this season’s
styles throughout. In point of
quality they have no superior.
The La Mode line is known the
country over, and has an enviable
reputation for superiority in style,
fit and durability.
If you have not bought your
coat and are needing one, here is
a great opportunity. Seventy-five
cents will do the work of a dollar.
Come and see these coats.
PHONE 55 '
♦ Has your furniture been costing ♦
T you too much? Perhaps you have ♦
+ bought from small stocks, or havesent T
♦ to the city and helped pay exhorbitant *
♦ running expenses and then had a big *
♦ freight bill tacked on. Try us once ♦
J and you will notice a big difference. ♦
! MGKENNfl & PILLER!
♦ Undertakers, Embalmers and Funeral Directors
j Day Phone IOO
Night Phone 208 ♦
A. L. Hamilton ..J. B. BRENNAN..
Physician and Surgeon
Office over Citizens Bank.
Trips to country by Automobile j M edford, Oklahoma.
—Cream Flour, the highest patent,
made from selected hard wheat. Ev-
ery sack guaranteed. Cordray G Son
—Mr and Mrs. E. A. Watkins mot-
ored from Wichlca Sunday, and are
visiting relatives and friends here
this week. They were accompanied
by Dr. Seydell, an eye specialist of
Wichita, who returned home Monday.
—Make arrangements to go to Can-
ada. Excursions leaving on first and
third Mondays of each month. Good
chance to secure a good farm on easy
payments. For information phone
or cali on W. T. Hodson. adv.
While playing basket ball last Sat-
urday Lee Ohl had the-misfortune to
get both bones In bis left arm dislo-
cated at the elbow. He Is getting
along nicely at this writing.
Cream Flour must give perfect
satisfaction, or your money cheerfully
refunded. Cordray & Son. 14-tf
—Mr. and Mrs. Laslie Fenton left
Tuesday eveniug for Pittsfield, Illi-
nois, where they will spend the win-
—We will exchange Red Ball flour
for good stock hogs. Manchester Mill
& Elevator Co.—20 tf
—Walter Savely, of Oklahoma City,
is visiting here thfs week with his
cousin. Mason Savely.
—Don’t forget to take a load of
wheat to the mill. Your family needs
the flour and your stock needs the
bran snd shorts, ft-tf
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Buckley re-
turned to their home in Anthony
Saturday after a visit o f several
weeks here with the Warnockfamlies.
Rev. Sawyer tilled his regular ap-
pointment at Burchfiel Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Turner took din-
ner at Fred Rife’s Sunday.
Bess Moore visited with Blanche
The first literary program was given
Friday night. It was voted to have
literary every Friday night.
Ethel Harman and Fay Banard
were absent from high school two
days last week.
, Revival meetings will begin at
Burchfiel Thursday night.
Maggie Rife visited with Delia
Kitcheo, Friday evening.
Spring high school boys are going
to play basket ball with Bluff City,
Thanksgiving at the high school.
Miss Rigdon was absent from high
Singing was held at J. M. Flinn’s
Claude Smith returned from the
Wichita hospital, after a six weeks
Mrs. Harve Derrick' and Miss
Maude, visited at S. M. Clarks Sun-
Mr. Brownie Lee and Miss Blanche
Hall were married Monday.
Nell Frazier and Mary Rife visited
home folks from Friday until Sunday.
Sheriff Burchfiel visited a t Jim
Frazier's Sunday evening.
Louise Broyles, Clyde and Ada
Frazier, visited at J. M. Flinn’s Sun-
The Snuday school ordered new
Charley Brown came in from Idaho,
to visite relatives and friends.
Beatrice Rife visited home folks
from Friday until Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Frazier spent
Sunday evening at C. P. Bettis.
Cash Rife came in from Colorado,
to visit home folks.
—Figure up that exchange at the
Manchester mill and see what you
can get for a bushel of wheat. 9-tf
Whit is Horsepower?
Among many engineers there
arises discussion as to the incidents J
surrounding the origination of the |
term horsepower as applied to the ,
steam engine. The following quo-;
tation from “Farey on the Steam I
Engine,” published in 1827, will be
welcomed by many.
“The machinery in the great |
breweries and distilleries in London I
was then moved by the strength of
horses and the proprietors of those
establishments who were first to re-
quire Mr. Watt’s engines always
inquired what number of horses an
intended engine would be equal to.
“In consequence, Mr. Watt made
some experiments on the strong
horses employed by the brewers in
London, and found that a horse of
that kind, walking at the rate of
two and one-half miles per hour,
could draw 150 pounds avoirdupois
by means of a rope passing over a
pulley, so as to raise u p that
weight, with a vertical motion, at
the rate of 220 feet per minute.
This exertion of mechanical power
is equal to 33,000 pounds (or 528
cubic feet.) of water raised verti-
cally through a space of one foot
per minute and he denominated it
a horsepower, to serve for a measure
of the power exerted by his steam
This estimate is beyond the ca-
pacity of the average strong horse.
Smeaton and other early engineers
estimate that 22,000 pounds per
minute was more accurate.—Power.
♦ We carry a line of stoves that it 4
^ will pay you to examine if you are go- #
+ ing to need either a cook stove or a *
♦ heater. Our prices are right. ♦
♦ Full line of Lumber, Hardware, Wire %
J and Building Material. ♦
i Bock Island Lumber & Coal Co, %
Remaining in the postoffice at
Manchester, Oklahoma, October 31,
J. 0. Harry,
J. T, Baird.
Lillian White, 2.
Parties calling for the above will
please say “advertised”.
Adv 2t Geo. W. Morris, P. M
—At Manchester first Tuesday in
each month till Saturday noon. Re-
duced prices on crowns, bridges and
plates. Dr. McClurg, Dentist.
| Phone 14.
JEbS McM ULLIN, Manager.
Manchester, Okla. <
When you have any watch
or jewelry repairing that you
want done right, leave it at
Madden-Feely drug store. All
work guaranteed by
F. W. Olmstead
. Dr. Geo. Six
The only man in Grant County
who passed the State Board by
Consultation and eye examination
School was dismissed Monday
afternoon on account of the funeral
of Mr. Savely.
Monday evening a spell of wet
weather set in, and since then the
crossings have been very muddy
for the ohildren to go to school.
The school would appreciate a few
The juniors began their modern
1 he basket ball team has not yet
been organized. We are hoping
that the boys will get busy in that
We should all take warning from
the lecture that one of the sopho-
more boys received, and not go up
stairs two steps at a time.
Last Friday was examination day
in the second section of our pro-
-Cream Flour, highest patent,
made from selected hard wheat. Ev-
ery sack guaranteed. Cordray & Son.
—Mr. and Mrs. Wes Warnock visit-
ed Anthony relatives and friends
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Thomas, L. K. The Manchester Journal. (Manchester, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, November 7, 1913, newspaper, November 7, 1913; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc497526/m1/4/: accessed May 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.