The Manchester Journal. (Manchester, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 34, Ed. 1 Friday, January 22, 1909 Page: 3 of 4
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THE GRE^T QUALITY STORE
We begin the New Year with better, goods and lower prices than ever before. Our
number of years experience in business here has taught us that our customers want
quality, thus it enables us to get better goods at reasonable prices.
DBFp» Knnng iffPMTMEHT MILLINERY DEPARTMENT MEN AND BOYS CLOTHING
Our dress goods department is complete with all the
new creations. Silks, Broad Cloths, Panama and Mohair,
colors black, green, blue and white.
Our line of ladies diess skirts are new and up-to-
date, made of good quality Panama and Broad cloth,
colors, black, blue and brown.
Our ladies Waists are made of good quality Linen,
Silk and net. Colors, white, black and ecru.
We have a large assortment of Black Heatherbloom
petticoats, made right, priced right.
We carry a full line of Case Corsets, the best made
BLA Mlli AN COMFORTS
We still have a few Blankets and Comforters at low
prices that wouldn’t seem so bad these chilly nights.
We have some Millinery goods left that we have
placed on sale at half price.
OUR NOTHIN DEPARTMENT
Our notion department is complete, hand bags, belts,
collars, ribbons, etc.
If you want buttons to match your suit send us some
pieces of your goods, we can make them, small, medium
See our Fascinators, Mittens, gloves, underwear and
COATS AND JACKETS
Reduced prices on childrens coats, large assortment
to select from. If the children need a coat now is your
chance to get a bargain. We have a nice line of baby
jackets, hoods and bootees.
We have a few nice dishes left from Christmas trade
that would make a nice wedding or birthday present.
Our clothing is made of the best quality, made to fit
and fit to wear, all the newest patterns to select from.
Come in and see our stock and compare our price and
quality with others.
Our boys suits, all new and up-to-date styles and colors
are correct. Ask to see them.
The largest stock of men and boys Hats, we have had
for a long time. They are all new and up-to-date, correct
in style and color, when you buy a “Thoroughbred Hat”
you have something good.
Mens and boys overshoes, rubber boots and leggins,
all sizes, the “Ball Brand.”
We have a full line of “White House Shoes” for men,
women and children. Fancy patent leather and tan for
children. Black and tan for ladies. Black, tan and ox
blood for gentlemen. All kinds of work and school shoes.
Mens gloves, mittens, handkerchiefs, socks, work shirts,
fancy shirts, night shirts, overalls and jumpers. Also a nice
lot of suft cases.
E L SMITH & CO., MANCHESTER, OKLA
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| MANCHESTER GRAIN & J
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♦ GENERAL GRAIN BUSINESS j
J Milling Wheat a Speciality. 9
5 We are also in the market for all the kafir corn 9
$ cane or corn you have to sell, at highest market 9
9 pnce. Phone in office. Calk us up. 5
f MANCHESTER GRAIN & FUEL CO.. #
• A. E. DEERE, MANAGER. 5
| MADDER-RALLY DRUG CO.
Headquarters for Drugs, Perfumery, Toilet
Articles, Post Cards, Stationery,
Linesed Oil, Turpentine
| MADDEN-NALLY DRUG CO.
S MANCHESTER, OKLAHOMA
—"A trip around the world” (in a
jiffy) is the way they done things up
at Manchester last Friday night.
The ladies Aid of the Christian
church arranged the “journey”, and
they tell us it was gotton up in good
shape. Lunch was served at four dif-
ferent quarters of the globe, all for a
quarter. At G. T. Price’s the visitors
(53 in number) partook of Ireland’s
method of intertaining; France was
exhibited in all her pomp and pride at
J. W. Mallory’s; Japan responded in
her native style at W. A. Nally’s, and
America, the best of all, received the
visitors on their arrival home at E. A.
Watkin’s. It was quite a trip, even
though it was light on the pocket-
books of these who made the journey,
and netted theChristian church about
twelve or fifteen dollars.
—We had a letter the other day
from D. L. Heck, former agent for
the Rock Island Lumber Co. at this
place, requesting that his paper be
sent to Kersey,Colorado. He has tak-
en Mrs. Heck there for her health and
his letter says he thinks she is im-
proving, which news will be pleasing
to her many friends here:
—E. E. Burdue shipped to the Wichl-
ta market on Tuesday a carload of
hogs of his own feeding, This is the
method Mr. Burdue adopted for mar-
keting his corn crop, and it will prove
a winner more times that it falls
He could have done better by feeding
cattle with his hogs.
—Elbert McMullin and wife re-
turned Monday from a visit to tela'
tivesat Coffeyville. Kansas. Johnny
Heel and wife, who were also visiting
there, came home at the same time
Johnny sold his farm near Clyde in
this country and bought a farm near
—Dr A. C. Erdman, the dentist
that always makes good, was in town
Tuesday and made this office a call.
—J. Y. Harvey and Will Long each
purchased a fine Shorthorn bull ca'f
the other day from N. W. Patten.
These are eligible to register and
well worth the price pald-125 each*
Jas. Clary, city marshal, requests us
to say that hereafter all boys found
jumping on and off moving trains in
Manchester, or loafing about the rail-
road station when they have no busi-
ness there, will be arrested under the
city ordinance which prohibits such
acts and taken before the police judge
Owing to the number of cattle and
hogs on the farm, shooting or tres-
passing on the northeast quarter of
Sec. 14, township 29, range 8, is
strictly forbidden. To permit one
would be equal to permitting all to
shoot, and that would result in the
loss of stock. So please don’t try it.
M. J. Simmons.
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
Itf C. L. Bickerdickk.
I have dlstounted the credit busi-
ness and earnestly request one and all
owing me on book account to call and
W. G. Smith.
-Locust poets, and also telephone
poles good for rural lines at my farm
3 miles west, and five miles south of
Manchester on route two.
C. E May
THE FELLER THAT
-Am in the market for cane seed
and kaffir corn. Come in and see me
or call us up.
A. H. T. ASSOCIATION.
Miichutfr Lodfi No. SGI* A.H.T.A.,
first and third Friday Bight In each month
lUmbera la good standing always welcome
E. A. WATKINS, President.
W. A. NALLY, Vice-Free'
S.B. rLIHe. Treasurer.
O. T.PK1CK. Secretary.
Slaughter and Tuttle
MANY YEARS EXPERIENCE
MANCHESTER AND GIBBON.
Leave Orders at the Journal Office.
—If you want to borrow money on —To hear all the latest up-to-date
your farm, at lowest rate of interest monologues, music and fun,
youriar , t w , Ned Pedigo at the opera house, Satur-
and on long time, call at J. w.
Smith’sOffloe, Manchester .32tl ; day night Jan. 30.
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Simmons, J. Mason. The Manchester Journal. (Manchester, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 34, Ed. 1 Friday, January 22, 1909, newspaper, January 22, 1909; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc497774/m1/3/: accessed January 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.