The Manchester Journal. (Manchester, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 49, Ed. 1 Friday, May 16, 1902 Page: 4 of 4
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Badaer LD’r 60.
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Hardware, Tinware, Stoves,
Manchester, - - Oklahoma,
Stoves, Coal, Implements.
Pumps, Gas Pipe,
SEWING AND WASHING MACHINES. BEST HEATING STOVE
MADE; SAVES ONE-THIRD IN COST OF FUEL. ?Jf
| S. B. FLING—— |
# MANCHESTER, OKLA. |j
♦ GO TO.................. *
THE MANCHESTER JOURNAL
d. M. SUMMONS, Editor and PropV.
A. S. VANCE,
♦ and Poultry,
7 o Buy............
All kinds of
TABLE A. T. & S. 1
S. F. U. K.
No. 508, Passenger, dally............. 5.00 pm
No, 530, Freight, except Sunday .....8.0U a m
No. 507, Passenger, dally ............12.27 p m
No.531, Freight, except .Sunday.. . 1.50 pm
No. 5o8i makes connection at Hutchinson
for Kansas A'ity. Chicago and all points east .
Also for Colorado, New Mexico and Califor-
nia points. Connects at Harper with No.
201 for the Panhandle of Texas and points
west. No. 5o7 connects at Blackwell with
No. 533 for Ponca City. Guthrie, Oklahoma
City and points south to Galveston, Texas.
W. H. VOOKHEEij. Agent.
Tenth Anniversary Celebration
And Old Settler's Iteunion to be held at
W&tonga, O. T., April 13 and IP, 1PU2. For
this occasion the Choctaw Northern B. B.
company will sell round trip tickets at
greatly reduced rates. Tickets on sale April
17,18 and 19,1902, good to return April 19 and
20,1902. For further Information apply to,
your nearest ticket agent.
Pattee jiigli Grade, $< off.
Wire Cloth, Screen Doors,
Variety and Price to
Rake 20c; Hoe 25c; to-
gether 40c. See!
Fitted lister lays^l.00; Screen
^ The New
DR. G. W. DINNING.
At tbe Manchester Itou^e
Every day In the week except
when alisent on professional
calls. Office hours. 9 to 1:2 a.m.
and 1 to 4 p. m., but am ready
for business at any honr. All
I ask Is a fair trial. I ain
willing to stand or fall on my
STATE LINE STORE.
J. G. JEFFERIES,
B^“If you contemplate the building
of a house, barn or Eninary. or have
nny other work to do in Hie carpenter
line, call on or write me. I guar-
antee my work. Prices reasonable.
Residence six miles south and V% mile
east of Manchester. Postoflice, Man-
Published Faery Friday ill Manchester.
ONg DOLLAR PER YEftK.
Entered at Mincheiler.Okla.. Poitollieai Second
Clate Mail Matter.
FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1U02.
Local, etich Insertion, per line .............- 6c
Dlxpluy, ptsr Inch, onn mouth ..BOc
Slight deviation will be made on display
rate under yearly contract for more ibun 4
Inches spacu. No deviation on local rate.
We do not print Journals to give away.
They are for sale at 5 coals per copy.
NOTICE FOE PfBLIOATION.
First publication Aprl! II.
Land office at Alva. Okla.. April 5.1902.
Notice Is hereby given that the following
named settler has tiled notice of his Inten-
tion to make final proof in support of bis
claim, and that saldproof will be made be-
fore!’. .1. Hawley, f. S. court commissioner
at Byron. O. T.. on June 2, 19U2, viz:
ZEN A? G. SCOTT, of Manchester, O. T.,
for the northwest }< section 12. township 08
! north, range 9 west lie names the following
. , witnesses to prove his continuous residence
I upon and cultivation of said land, viz:
, ] James A. .Scott. John iI. Powers. Joel B.
Ash and Obediah Ii. Powers, all of Mauehes
■ ter. O. T. A. R. MUSELLER,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
First publication April II.
| Land Office at Alva. Okla.. A pril 5,19u2.
Notice Is hereby given that the following
I named settler has filed notice of bis Intention
, to make final proof In support of hU claim,
and that said proof will fa* made before T.J.
Hawley, f \ S. court commissioner at Byron,
O.T..ori June 2. l't)2. viz:
| .IAMLS A, SCOTT of Manchester, O. T..
for the lots 1 and 2 and south H n-e H section
14. township 2i» north, range 9 west. He
• names the following witnesses to prove his
, ! continuous residence upon and cultivation
; of said land, viz:
Zenas G. Scott, Joe] B. Ash, Stephen A.
L Allen and John U. Fewer*, ail of Manchester.
L O.T. A K. MUSELLER.
tuay 16 Register.
The Mammoth Kentucky Jack. Leo. Jr.,
by Ijco, the (greatest breed lug Jack In Ken-
tucky, (be sold forfl. 50u> and »h« sire of
more winners than any Jack In Kentucky.
Leo, Jr . Is a full brother to tlie Jack that
won fl>t and »w«h pstakt* at the Kentucky
Male Fair, with i* jacks io tbe rinz, also
vtoeeret several oUicr fairs, and U takes a
good one to win at the Kent jckj State Fair.
Leo. Jr., h a noted breezier and admire*! by
elL II was with great dltHcn It j that 1 per-
Mieded the owners to wart with dim.
1 r*K Jr..ts6 yraold, Mack with light point*.
U% bauds high, heavy bone, broad even back
•iM well proportioned, and is kern and am-
bitious. Com* and see him. Terms. Sin u>
lay ure. C. S ILL AMD.
The only proven sire of standard
Speed In this vicinity..............
Standard bred and Standard
Sire of Alden G., record 2:19, trials
2:11; alao brother in blood of Brill-
iant, 2;174; Nestor. 2: JO; Nest wood.
RICHARDTALDEN, 9496, by Alden
Goldsmith 733. he by Volunteer 55. he
by Hamblcionian 10. First dam by
Swlzert 650. second dam by Belle-
founder 93. third.dam by old Mambri-
RICHARD ALDEN is a deep Ma-
hogany bay, 16 bunds high, weight 1175
pounds; has heavy llmba aud mus-
cles. high-headed and showy In har-
dest. having fine knee and hoc!, ac-
tion In trotting. Has trotted a quar-
ter in secondhand a Laif-mile In 75
seconds. His blood iiot* are pure and
deep as may be seen by his tabulated
RICH A P.D ALDEN will make the
season of I9u2 at my lam at Manches-
ter. U. T- Terms to insure ?i5.
C. R. LELAND.
-Go to Hall & McMulllus ior pure
—Fitted lister lays #1.00. Screen
doors 90c at Walter's. 45tf
—Hall & McMull'.ti pay highest
prices, cash or trade, for produce.
—Go to Fox aod get your team
harness on 3 months time for good
—Miss Maggie Scott of Anthon
has been here for a week visiting
—Wanted.—The Star restaurant
wants frying size chickens. Highest
cash price paid.
-Little Bessie, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. C. F. Thomas, has been
quite sick this week.
-If yon can't get what you want
any where else call on R. II. Fox, he
Is likely to have it in stock.
—Dont buy a! range or stove until
you see mine and get my prices.
R IT. Fox.
—For Salk.—A second-hand top
buggy, In good repair. Call on or
address E. P. Owen, Manchester,
0, T. 4942*
-Mrs. Simmons spent two or three
days (irst of the week visiting Mrs.
G. R. Sheetz and daughter near
— Pasture—1 want 50 horses to
pasture, no mules. I have plenty of
good grass and good water. Gerhard
Wall, Sand Creek, Okla. 49t2
—Richmond Club Rye whiskey is-
absolutely pure and the best on the
market. For sale only at W. J.
Jolly’s saloon In Manchester.
—Insure your growlog wheat, farm
houses and barns with W. M. McGib-
bon of Gibbon, Okla., agent for the
old reliable St. Paul Insurance Co. 44
—" Shorty" Hocking returned from
Illinois on Monday, but thinks he
will not remain long. He wants to
try the Santa Fe at Wellington for a
job at railroading.
—Dr. W. S. Sample, the Kingman
dentist, will next visit Manchester
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
JuneO, 7, and 8. All work guaran-
teed at reasonable rates. 4815
—W. Dio McPliee M. D., diseases
of women and children a specialty.
Prompt attention to long distance
phone calls. Office over ILL.Irwin's
drug store, Anthony, Kansas. Phone
—Annual encampment O. A. R. at
Guthrie May 21 to 23 The Santa Fe
will sell tickets one fare for round
trip, open to the public. Tickets on
sale May 20 to 23, good returning
— Patronize Dr. J. E. Hardy, the
Medford dentist. Ills work Is dura-
ble and of the very best. Six years
residence in Grant county. Perma-
nently located. Practice conflucd to
—Dr. Roach, the veterlinary re-
ports plenty to do and business in-
creasing. lie has spent lots of time
and money preparing himself for vet-
erinary work and we are glad to see
him doing well.
—E. F. Bacon, proprietor of the
Eagle saloon, again places an ad-
vertisement in the columns of the
Journal. Mr. Bacon has been a
resident here for eight years and all
know where to find him.
—Dr. Snow has moved to his new
residence location at the southwest
corner of town and will have
thin gs fixed up In apple pfe order one
of these days. The doctor Is “from
Missouri" and always ready to "show"
— If you wish to prove up on your
claim you can make application at
thi* office and make your proof at,
the land office or before any other
qualified officer. We make no charge
for this work where the notice is
published in the Journal.
—Taken Up —I have at my farm 3
miles northwest of Manchester three
stray brdod sows, Berkshire stock.
Two will weigh about 200 pounds
each, tbe other about 150 pounds.
Owner can get them by proving same,
paying feed.bill and cost of this no-
tice. U Kl All Dombauoh.
—Many of our young men have been
slaughtering plover rather promis-
cously In tbe past few days. They
may not know It, but It Is a fact
that they are subject to a line of #25
for each bird killed. They are al-o
snbject to a fine for hunting and
shooting on any man's place without
— I’eople from the east and south-
east going to the proposed town of
Waldron can miss almost a mile of
sandy mad on the stale line just be-
| fore reaching the town by pulling a
mile north into tbe state, then go
west until they get due north of the
townsite. By taking the route we
\ have mapped out there is but very
i little sandy road to cross in reaching
I Waldron. There js no way to miss
j heavy sand on the south, southwest
1 aod west of Waldron.
—While out on Big Sandy lust Sun-
day we drove Into the proposed town
of Waldron to see what is being done
there. We found a respectable ■depot
on tho Choctaw, a good sized liurd-
vvure store and lumber yard going up
for tho Badger company, a new build-
lug to bo used fur a postolllcc, a small
store building and stock of goods,
and a now room erected by Johnny
Moffett of Anthony In which it Is
said he will run a restaurant and
sell cold drinks, In addition to these
things we fouud a very pretty town-
site and an excellent well of water,
with plenty for any ordinary purpose,
nicely Utted up with windmill and
tank ready t o supply all who come.
Even . with the small amount of
territory Waldron will have from
which to draw trade, we see no reas-
on why It should not make a nice
little town, and we would gladly say
more if we could iu hlhalf of the
place had not Mr. Waldron seta it to
thrust a stab at Camchester and
Manchester in his advertisement by
trying to make It appear that a light
between the two places Is still going
—If yon want wire cloth or poultr
netting get my prices. I will save
your money. R. H. Fox.
—We talked with a farmer living
about fifteen miles away the other
day, and much nearer to other towns
than this, who said he would rather
chance an Investment in Manchester
than any other town he knew of iu
this part of the country. Man-
chester, despite all opposition, by
reason of her excellent location and
progressive business interests, has
gradually pushed herself ahead from
the start, and today not only enjoys a
largo and increasing trade but is also
improving continually in the way of
two-story brick blocks and permanent
residence houses. Business men
seeking locations might profit by
looking the grouud over here before
locating elsewhere. In doing so they
have the positive assurance that
Manchester will never grow less, but
continue to grow in the future as In
—Manchester is getting In position
to score another point Inher*b8half
that may cause the other towns
round about to wonder why it is she
i6 fast taking the lead of all of them.
Well, we have an excellent location,
plenty of water, a tine farming reg-
ion all around us with an excellent
class of farmers, and on top of all
this a live, wideawake, energetic and
bustling class of business men who
would make any town grow. No
town in the country compares with
our merchants on low prices, and
this is why our trade reaches out so
far. Ifyou want a good thing, get in
the Manchester band wagon.
—If you want any queensware, 1
will sell you cheap a* I want to sell
out my stock of queensware. Get rny
prices and be convinc 'd. R. H. Fox.
—A number of our Republican
exchanges are retorting to the
‘bloody shirt” argum. nt for evidence
to convince the votpr- that Bill Cross
should not be .elected to fill Dennis
Flynn's place In congress. They
charge that Bill was a soldier in the
Confederate army a:: ! fought man-
fully in behalf of the south. The
Journal thinks the charge against
Mr. Cross is one that should
commend him to the voters of Okla-
homa. Our delegate should not
only know how to light, but should
have the courage to do it. Aside
from this,bis war reeoud cuts no ice.
— Dnuble buggy harness at #17.50
complete. Try a set at R. H. Fox’s
— We don't know whether It holds
good the county over, but in the
northwest part of Grant county the
physicians of promimnee are all
staunch democrats. We have at
Manchester Dr. Snow, Dr. Saffold,
Dr. Dinning, and over at Waklta Is
j I)r. Miller, who is supposed also to
have a little Democratic moss on his
back. If the boys had some means of
administering a dose to their patients
that would make Democrats of them
we would soon have a solid vote In
this part of Grant county. We have
enough, as it is, to -coop the Repub-
—Cattle at the Goodley sale sold
tolerably well. Two year-old heifers
to bring calves this summer brought
•30 to $33; three-year-olds a couple
dollars better: cows brought from #35
to $40. Pasture is scarce and t he
indications at this time are not good
for much of a wheat crop. These
facts had something to do w ith the
prices bid. Farmers in this commun-
ity are all pretty . loaded down
with cows aod heifers. Tbe local
demand in tins line is not equal to
—Sweat pads at R. II. Fox's store
for 25c each.
— Bull Calves For Sale —
George Fisbbaugb has for sale 15
head of the finest bull calves he ever
raised. They arc the large Durham
out of the Young Mary family. This
strain of blood i< noted for the best
milkers. For further Information
see John Walker, 7 miles southwest
— The work if laying the stone
foundation for the two-story brick'
buildings to be built by J. F. Pisor
and E. Cordray was begun on Monday.
They advertise In these columns this
week for sealed bids for the carpenter
work, bid* to be in not later than tbe
—If you want a nice buggy call and
sco mine. I have tbe Eclipse and
i the Racine, they are nice buggies
’ onri as good as they are nice. K. H
Having sold our building we have
decided to go out of business anti
oiler everything we have iu the way
uf new and second hand goods at.
actual cost to close them out. We
have u house full of articles of almost
every discretion, nil of which arc
useful and in good shape, and c.iin
give you some of the best bargains
you ever saw or heard of. Wo also
have a number of outstanding ac-
counts uud earnestly request all to
come In at unco ami settle.
48tf Pierce & Cotter.
Flynn,s single statehood bill passed
the lower house of cungress the first
of the week. It is known as the om
mlbus bill and includes Arizona and
New Mexico. An amendment provi-
des that any or all of Indian terri-
tory may be added to Oklahoma
when ever congress so wills.
Wolves Near Lawton.
Mrs. Fannie Rowells, who lives
fourteen miles northeast of Lawton,
said in a letter written to Edmond
friends: "The wolves were so bad I
had to bring the little calf in the
basement to keep them from eating
it, up. Two nights a bob cat came to
tbe door and would sniff the air and
then howl like a lion. I tell you now
my blood ran cold. I could not shoot
through the door, so the only way to
run It off was to light the lamp, and
this Is tbe way I run the wolves off.”
SEALED BIDS FOR CARPENTER
Sealed bids for tho carpenter work
on I’isar & Curdray’s brick 'building
will be received up tp 6 oclock p. m.
Wednesday, May 21, 1902. Plans may
be seen at the brick yard. The right
Is reserved to reject any or all bids.
The successful bidder must give a
bond in the sum of $300 for faithful
performance of the work.
These specifications nre drawn for tho
brick building that Is to bo built on tho first
two lots west of Flint's hardware store In
Manchester, Okla. Fling's west wall is to
be the east wall of said building. Building
to front north on Main street. Building to
be 50 feet wide and 80 feet long. The first
story shall be In two rooms, 25xS0 feet as
shown In plans. The height of first story
shall be 13 feet between floor and celling.
First floor Joists shall be 2x10 placed 16 Inches
on center, 12 aud 14 feet, and shall be lapped
on center wall as shown In plans. First floor
Joists shall have two rows of cross bridging
between each wall, the floor to bo laid with
4 Inch flooring with good Joints and nailed
In every joist with 8 penny common. The
stairs to start on tho first flour at front wall
line and extend back 17 feet as shown In
plans. The stair horses and treads to be
made of 1H inch cypress lumber and shall be
housed and well put together. The risers
shall bo % cypress. The stairs to bo G feet
wide, double doors at*bottom with transom.
The stairs shall have a partition on each
side of thorn running-back 17 feet from front
wall. The partition shall be 2x0 studding 16
Inches on center and shall be plastered be-
fore stairs are put In. The first floor rooms
shall have two windows and double doors in
rear end of each ‘room. Window frames
shall be made of 2 inch white pine lumber,
shall be box frame with pockets and pulleys
for weights. Tho front of rooms on the first
floor shall have double doors :Jxs feet, each
room shall have one glass for each side of
doors, sash to be made of 2 Inch white plno
lumber, mortised and tenanted together, and
well pinned and wedged. Ti e upper floor
shall be as shown on plans. The floor joists
shall be 2x12 20 feet, the same shall be placed
10 inches on centers, the Joists to be stripped
for lath ami lathed for mortar to make dead
flooring. The flooring shall have 0 rows of
cross bridging, spaced equal distance apart.
The flooring shall be 4 inch well nailed. Tho
partitions shall bo 2x4 studding 16 Inches on
center, except the main one at 1 ho head of
the stairs and the one on each side the stage,
they shall be % partition lumber and shall
be 10 feet high with 2x0 rib on both sides, 5
feet high from flooring. All office room doors
shall have transoms bung on hinges with
lifters. All windows in said building sin.11
have weights and sash locks. The upper
room shall have stringers 10x10 running from
front part of buildlng*to rear end, and shall
rest on the two outside walls and shall have
10x10 post 20 feet apart to support tho same.
Said stringers to support the celling joist s.
Celling joists to be 2x10x26 feet, said joists
to bo 16 Inches on centre. The roof Joists
shall bo 2x6x26 and shall be 16 Inches on
center, and shall be cross braced same as is
shown on plum*. The roof shall be sheeted
with 1x12 sheeting, made ready for the tin-
ner. The finishing of said building shall be
completed In good shape. The casing shall
be 5 Inch beaded with head and base bloek-
at all doors and windows. The base shall be
10 inchlboadcd base with corner angles and
h quarter round. Tho contractor taking
this work must make all wood brick and see
that they are put In proper place, lie must
do all wood work oti said building In a good,
workmanlike manner and he must also keep
his work up so as not to delay the masons.
The owner shall furnish all material on the
ground and pay for same. Carpenter furnish
nothing except the work. J. F. Pisau.
For Walking—For Outing
For Business—For Dress
For every occasion.
Made to your measure
Our Clothes are up-to-date in
style—perfect in fit—and cor-
rect in every essential feature.
They’re made and guaran-
H. N. MASKS < CO.
Artistic Tailors, Chicago
We show the greatest variety
of patterns at unusually low
Don’t fail to see them
Take your order for a ready
made suit. Men’s pants and Boys’
and Childrens suits in stock. See our
latest Spring- novelties in piece goods. 0
Early Spring Millinery now on hand. %
NOTICE: After April 1st we will positively not sell
^ goods on time except by using coupon books.
z cu. ^ b u vz ma uala. *
E. F. BACON, Proprietor. X
—Wholesale Agent for tho Celebrated—
Val Blatz Brewing Company.
North Side Main Street, - - Manchester, Okla.
— If you want a hand made buggy
harness you can get them of R. II.
— Miss Winnie Whittington is
hunc for the summer from school at
—Fred Sheetz and wife of near
Mendon were In town Tuesday to do
some trading at our stores,
—Miss Alma Morgan is justly
proud of a fine new organ—the Kim-
ball make—which she received on
— Rich Stone returned Wednesday
from his claim In the new country.
Me says Lawton is not booming as
fast now as in days pone by.
—The city council would do the
peneral public In Manchester a favor
bv passing an ordinance doing away
with stinking hop pens within the
city limits. People who keep hogs in
town should be forced to keep their
pens clean or remove them entirely
—The heavy rain Tuesday night
will go a long ways towards making
at least a short crop of wheat for this
part of the country. But more will
be needed to make the crops profi-
table. Sowed cane, millet, kafir,
oats, corn and everything e!«e In the
wsv of vegetotien was greatly
—Don’t full to see my stock of fly-
nets and summer laprobua. Fly nets
for single harness from 75c. up.
Fv. I). Fox.
It seems as though the Almighty
in his omnipotency had a purpose In
planning such terrible disasters as
the eruption of the volcano Pelee ol
the island of Martinique.wherein t he
northern half of that island, vegeta-
tion, people, animals, every living
thing lias been completely destroyed
and in many places entombed. Ml.
I'elee had been prnnouuccd an extinct
volcano by scientists, which proves
how little the wise men know about
the ways and workings of the God of
nature. In fact all the Central
American and West India volcanoes
had been considered harmless until
Pelee commenced its rain of tire,
when a half dozen or more broke ont
In sympathetic eruption. The city
of St. Pierre and Us 30,000 people on
the coast 12 miles from tbe mouth or
crater of Pelee was completely de-
stroyed and partly buried by the rain
of ashes and hot cinders, the whirl-
wind of hot air and poisonous puses
and the red hot waves of molten
lava that came tumbling down the
plains and valleys like gigantic waves
of water. Only one person in the
city at tbe beginning of the eruption
escaped and lie did so only because of
his ability as a swimmer and diver,
only remaining on the surface of the
] water long enough at a time to take
air. until picked up. The mind can
hardly realize the enormous amount
of melted matter that would be re-
quired to cover an area about 24
miles square from I foot to 50 feet,
When wo remember that the mouths
of these volcanoes are sometimes sev-
eral miles iu circumference and that
the Java comes out ur.der terrific
pressure and with each erupt! >n new
| crevasses arc opened and the crater
I gets larger as the erupt ion proceed-.
J then we have an idea of tlie source
from which Lite matter come. This
eruption goes down in history as
I having caused I he greatest lu— of life
S-Inca the comiog of Christ. Martin-
ique is one of the Windward group
I of islands north of South America.
These islands are of volcanic origin
and they will probably meet a vol-
THE SECRET SOCIETIES.
Secret, srodety raids under this beading
will lie printed fur three dollars per year.
/Jv-TitTiV . MANCHESTER LODGE,
-Jdf'l.'KwW NO- 45. 1. 0.0. K. meets
every ^Saturday nlxht at
All Odd Fellows In good
standing cordially Invited
it. E. McCrxic. X. G.
V. F. Thomas. V.G.
J. H.Skaoos. Secretary.
MANCHESTER CAM I* NO. 78*4, M. w. A.,
meets every Monday night. All members in
goad standing cordially Invited to attend.
IIkkky Misiu.i h. V. C.
C. F. Thomas, Vi. A.
A. F. OBini:. E. H.
E. l\ Fi’i.leii. Clerk.
A. 11. T. A. ASSOCIATION.
Manchester Lodge No. 2S1, A.H.T. A., meets,
every Friday night. Members In good
N. W. PATTON, President.
.1. M. SUMMONS, Vlce-Pres.
S. 11. FUNG, Treasurer,
E. O. IIOIIL, Secretary.
R. E. McCINE,
Carpenter and Builder.
CfTXet me ffjnire on that job you
have in contein piatlon.
HILL A: ROACH,
We will do your work promptly, sati«*
IssartorJly aud at a reasonable price.
Jno. G Tuttle,
SiH ci/il attention given to thecry-
of Public S*!cw. Thirty years ex-
perience. Beside on s e *4 sec. 30 twp
29. runuo7. Pontofflce, Gibbon, Okla.
% Painter and Paper Hanger.
■j* p My prices are reason*? le md I
J irufirantce rny material ami work to
•> ■!•+ *F +*5* v -F 4’+++++
AltMOUK K RITTER.
Guarantee the best work in Horse Shoeing.
Wsffun ind Hurry repair work and General
Blarksmlthiof. Give us a trial. All work
guaranteed tn give «atSfaction, shop on
Main street, near the mllrvart. Manchester.
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Simmons, J. Mason. The Manchester Journal. (Manchester, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 49, Ed. 1 Friday, May 16, 1902, newspaper, May 16, 1902; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc497699/m1/4/: accessed November 13, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.