The Manchester Journal. (Manchester, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 51, Ed. 1 Friday, May 27, 1910 Page: 3 of 6
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IE have many articles in our store which we might mention
in this space, but we wish to call your attention to
W e have a line
which is, in every
way, ttp to date, and
^0 no old goods to offer
k WE, HAVE JUST RECEIVED
T Another Shipment, and our Prices are such
f that it will pay you, if in the market for any-
thing in the clothing line, to see our goods before
We have also just
received a large line
of Hats, which is, in
every way, up to date
and the nobbiest lot
we have ever seen.
We will not make you
a long talk, but will
ask you to
Gome and See tor Yourself
If things are not just as represented
we will not expect you to buy. We believe
the best way to get trade and keep it is to
u treat our customers better than others do.
Be sore to be in the store next Wedneeday at 5 o’clock witkyonr tickets. Someone will get a set of dishes
FREE. It may be YOU.
smith & r.n
J. c. CLAFLIN
♦ ,UUi„ t,re ......r________
^ anteed entire satisfaction. ♦
X Write Me For What You Want, or Leave Orders With ♦
♦ Rock Island Lumber Co., at Manchester. +
I have had 17 years practical experience m the car-
penter and building line and am prepared to hand
any and all work in that line in first-class shape,
court the closest inspection on all my work, an gu -
E. A,. WATKINS, President.
L. FEELY, Vice-President,
H. W. RENEAU, Cashier,
j. W. MALLORY, Ass’t.
Citizens State Bank
OP MANCHESTER. OKLA.
DBPOSITOBS OtJABANTBED BY DEPOSITOR STATEQOABABTV BA*
money to loan
Od Improved And unimproved
c. E. LOVELACE
Expert watch maker, Jeweler and
Optician will visit Manchester
May 25, 26, 27 and 28.
Leave work at Badger Lbr. Company
THE LOCAL MARKET*
Ci'aRUCTKD BACH THURSDAY MORNING
Fat hogs, per cwt.---------------—*8 50
Wheat, per bu.No. 2.................— 100
Corn, per bu.------------
Prairie hay, per ton...
Potatoes, per bu ........
Eggs, per dozen-----------
Country Butter, per ft
$7.00 to 8.00
THE MANCHESTER JOURNAL
FRIDAY, MAY. 27. 1910.
-It isn’t a flying maohioe, but it is
U[,-to-date—The New Century Balance
Cultivator—for sale by
I. E. Mblchbb,
-John Deer Rides, Case, Eclipse,
Case Crank Shift New Century and
Ohio Cultivators for sale at
I. E. Mblchkr.
-I still have a tew cow peas for late
sowing, at 93.25 per bushel. Phone
or write me at Ferguson, Harper
county. Kansas. Can leave peas for
distribution at Journal offlee, J. W.
Duggan. 50 tf
_Are you from Missouri? We are
pleased to show you any time.
E. L. 8mith Sc Co.
-Mr. Leonard Graves of Deere
i Creek is here visiting his sister Mrs.
R. B. Metcalf.
—The One Minute and Quicker.
Yet washers are told on trial. Gua*an
teed to give satisfaction.
Badger Lumber Co
_miss Addle Helms visited here
the first of the week with her
brothers, Boss and Charlie Helms.
—Johnson’s Iron-clad, is the best barn
paint on the market. Sold by the
Badger Lumber Co.
-Don’t forget to come out tonight
and hear the Commencement exer-
cises at the opera house.
-An automobile party, consisting of
Dr. Roach. Mr. and Mrs. Nally, end
Mm J. W. Mallory, weotto Anthony
Tuesday to the doctors oar. They re-
port a fine time.
-During the put weak. a number
of persons have made inquiry as to
whether 1 would make my headquar-
ters at the store or remain in the
bank. For the benefit of all inter-
ested, 1 wish to state that I shall re-
main in the bank, where 1 may be
found every diy during banking
hours. E. A. Watkins-
GOLDEN jo JO no. 717*2.
A five-year old registered Jersey
Bull is for sale at a reasonable P*k»-
He Is not vicioss, but gentle end easy
M-toMll.. L.FBK.Y. «2
THE FELLER THAT
, SLACK COAL.
Will dispose of all our slack coal at
15c a hundred at the Manchester Mill
& Elevator Co,.
—You that read this that have
chronic diseases, write Dr. Carpeter
“Tbe Healer” at. Medford, Okla
There isn0 other cure for chronic
d leases. 1 will diagnose your
case free of charge, never ask
you a question, and tefl you your
trobM, and demonstrate to you that I
am master of chronic diseases. I am
yours for health.
47_4t Dr. C.O. Carpenter.
—The. opening at Watkins *
Simmons’ now store lash Safcnrdaj
was a grand suoeess. Large crow*
of eager buper* kept the !•**• «*
derksbusy fmm an early hour in the
morning until late* at night. This
good not only for tbe entesprie*
log firm, but for Manchester as well.
Their shoe stock especially moved out
in fine shape, and the stock was so
reduced that the proprietors had to
put lu a special order the firet of the
SHORT ORDER AT ANY HOUR.
« WES? CARE and LEMONADE-OYSTERS in season.
♦ We also Have a fuH Hne «f Candles, [fears, Tobacco
5 *£» Bananas, Oranr^ ajrf W.
e CALL and see us when you want a QUl K U • C ■
♦ Every tblnj Clean and Up-To-Date.
V m yat T 17 MANCHESTER,
+ T. B. TOLLY, OKLAHOMA
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Thomas, L. K. The Manchester Journal. (Manchester, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 51, Ed. 1 Friday, May 27, 1910, newspaper, May 27, 1910; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc497534/m1/3/: accessed November 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.