The May Bugle. (May, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 2, 1916 Page: 2 of 4
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C. M. Cecil and family who' Business men are not allows
took their little boy to Wood- b-v their creditors to wait unti
ward for treatment were told ^ e^- 21 or 26. They must for
that the case was hopeless. ward their checks every thirty
£L**j*« Hewiotiaru. II <t\ Cart*ef Thank*. Notics* of Church and School Kntcrtair-m nt*. what* that the caSO V.'JiS hopeleSS. ‘trci their cheCKS every thirty
•oadm aatoo fa.».Hm/gad. Frm.: They t00k jjtt]e fej)ow to days ot|their credit is shut off.
Hiprh point. North Caroline, to lt therefore becomes a hardship
OUR HEALTH DEPARTMENT
' From The State Board Of health
Dr. John W. Duke.
await the final end and bury him jt0 the business man when he is
there in their family vault. We,comPelIod to pay his own bills
extend our heartiest sympathy promptly and yet is required
How To Control
to the sorrow stricken family— carry the accounts of hundreds
Beacon Light, Laverne. ' °[ People for indefinite periods.
We have a'lot of faith in our
In men whom men condemn people and we believe they wil
as bl« walk right in and square up
^_ I find so muen of goodness still; their little accounts between the
In men whom men pronounce 21st and the 26th, and we don’
Oklahoma, Just as it did from divine, for one minute think they wil
England and the British Isles. I find so much of sin and blot, forget the editor in their rounds
where there was compulsory I hesitate to draw a line \ye have faith taith that this
muzzling of dogs fur several Between the two, when God wj)i he one time when they wil
| years. During this time the basnet. not forgetto Think!-lS2elTnd
Small pox outbreaks in several j was ridi*ly *«; | -Joaquin Miller. Leader,
counties in Oklahoma during theI °rC.e ,, f ‘(.n K’ When the tongue of trade is
last thaee or four weeks have; toward reaDDered” ^Tcw 7coatc'd- when the eyes and limbs statement that a negro, while
caused more or less anxiety in the' , P - ' *'?' of the clerk are nul1 and languid .attempting to rob a safe, heard
different communities. Concer- L . - . the muz/Vne , r th(i rag,n* fever tackleg a noise that caused him to sud-
ning this disease, the State Com-, mug* ^ j e ‘ , the empty vitals of the til), when ; denly close the safe and flee. In
raissioner of Health. J)r. John h stray dog* prowling when the *J'der r<*f3 in the | closing the safe door the negro
W. Duke, said recently: Per- *h’ to ^ empty cash box.and bouquets of j amputated a finger which was
soimlly.rm opposed toquarantln-1 h .JJ** T*Z V ,ar? on the chandeliers. it discovered in the safe next mor-
ing for small pox.a disease which countlesq other d ° ™ncl,usive thatthe Overusing; nhig according to the Eagle,
can be controlled in only one1 . . e a.°'?s- doctor has not been consulted.1 « ,
way by vaccination. This latter. *»rdlT of ho» mrf‘ hs A big dol'ar mat a small car, 1 hJwn’T'?*’1)repara,lneGS'
fact i* go firmiv established as otkcr dogs may be muzzled, but! ^ aoi.ar met a small pen-( but well bat you muttered
fact is so firmly estawisnea as no value if only part of the!ny. newly colned and having a naughty things to yourself if
.utL1*!. C!.A 4'dojfs in each community werei Lri^Dt ccan face. Said the dol- :■ this cold snap oaught you with
Enid Eagle is authority for the
statement that a negro, while
Consequently there is no need
of temporizing. With the rem-
edy known and easily at hand,
it is absurb to waste time talk-
ing about protecting individuals
or the public by establishing
quarantines The thing to do is
to vaccinate. Compulsory vao-
cination in Pius.s:a during the
last twenty five years drove
email dox from that country,
until the year of the outbreak
of the Europeon war only two
cases of small pox appeared in
the entire empire. Imn unity
from small pox is obtained by
vaccination. Persons who are
properly vaccinated will not
contract this disease. So per-
sons for any reason are opposed
to vaccination may run the lisk
of having the disease, or may
escape it by the exercise of a
little common sense.”
Getting Rid of Trachoma
lar in a pompons manner, “You gas, coal or wood,
look as if you thought yourself i Ty-. ,, , '
Kindly and entirely gratutious
gold, whereas you are only cheap
The penny modestly replied,
“I am only what I am,and claim
Rabies and Muz-
In a number of Oklahoma
towns there is a re\ivai of local
demand for the muzzling of dogs
that have been exposed to rab-
ies. To expect substantial good
from such a plan is .arbor ab-
surb. The compulsory muzzling
of all the doga in Oklahoma
would soon drive rabies from
* , . . „ , i.iuiuwic. At that the dollar
In the opinion of the Surgeon swelled up and said, “I am pat-
General of the United States rioLic.See, I have the emblem of
Public Health Service, the con- liberty on my bosom and 1 am
trol of tiaohoma or sore eyes also trustworthy became the
m the United States may proba- United State, government has
bly be best secured by establsh- piacea 0I1 me the words, ‘ini^s n„2n * R Uneuph!“’
ing small hospitals in communi- ......... ♦ , > >> -ous appellation. By any othei
tip to the ladies: Better clear,
your gioves while the cleaning’s
stood. It is predicted that gas-
oline may go as high as 50 cents
betore another year.
Two brothers in New Jersey,
named Limbtrgei, have petit-
ioned Uie legislature for permis-
ny said, “ I ga to church of ten-
or than you do,”—Ex.
ing small hospitals in communi- Uod we f i t
tie, where tb» disease Is preval- A£tcr a ii[tle siknce the
ent. During last year the bed
eral Government treated 12,000
cases of trachoma, in a majority
of which cures were effected.
As a rule these persons live in
remote localities. Were it not
for the hospital care and treat-
ment they received they won Id
have remained victims of this i
highly contagious disease prac-
tically all the remainder of their
lives. Physicians and nurses
are being sent to such commui-
ties to instruct the public as to
bo vv recurrence and development
of trachoma may be prevented.
In Oklahoma trachoma may be
prevented. In Oklahoma track-1 p r Prt. . . .
oma is found most frtqucnllv ufnM^fr / k- S J S°'
anionp Indians, especially thoso ;V'lnfield- >» k» F«rd.
that have nor abnndencd the *r
unhygienic ways of camp life.! Al1 Anna Bissitt was a passan*
The imectam may be easily con- <Ker soutn the Week,
veyed from one person to an-1
name they may smell no sweeter
but wy’d like to see the New
Jersey solons grant the permis-
sion on general principles.
ON MARCH 10 AND II, 1916.
I will be Loading my last
Car of Poultry
For The Season at
For Which I Will Pay the Following Prices
HENS AND SMOOTH SPRINGS............................11c
OLD ROOSTERS............ 5c
THE PRODUCE MAN. MAY.OKLA.
(First published is the May Bufl* March 3, IBIS)
Notice For Publication.
Department of the Interior,
U S. Land Office at Guthrie
Oklahoma, February 22, 1916
Notice is hereby given that
Edward P. Jackson, of May, Ok-
ahoma, who on September 16tb,
191 made Homestead entry No,
022431, for Lot one E half NE
Qr. (80.64 acres), Section 2,
Township 26 N., Range 24 VV,
Indian Meridian, has filed notice
of intentin to make Final Three
Yeai* Proof, to establish claim
to tho land above desaibed, be-
ore A. H. Walker, County
Judge of Harper County, Okla-
loma at Buffalo, Oklahoma, on
20t’n day of April, 1916.
Claimant names at Witnesses:
Edward Y. Jackson,of May,Okla.
Andrew P.Jaekson.of May,Okla.
Joseph M. Ogle, cf Mav, Okla.
Fred H. Starbuck, of May, Okla
J. Y. Callahan, Register.
Mrs. R. L. Avery, formerly
of this place but recently with
her folks at Leedy, came in
Tuesday, Mrs. Halls sister also
came. Her parents Mr. and
Mrs. Geo Hall are expected here
this week and will build on their
farm and move there on.
Gas in the stomach or bcwels
is a disagreeable symptom of a
torpid liver. To get rid of it
quic ly take HERBINE. It Is
marvelous liver stimulant an i
bowel purifier Price 50c. Sold
by Whites Drug Store Adv
Mrs. Arnold who has been
staying at ths John Hall resi-
dence returned to her home
Private money to loan
on long or short time.
For quick money see
F. C. DALE
A. Lincicome and family left
the last of the week for Arm-
strong Springs, Arif., their new
SIXTEEN MISTAKES IN SWINE FEEING
Clarence Wise is in Woodward Bert Shaw who went to Wil-
this week assisting in the bank. ^I)nn&r8. Mo., about a Year
ugD. has rturn«] to Harper ooun-
Sam Shirley went to Wood-
ward Monday to visit his parents.
ty to make his home.
Duroe Jersey Pigs—Young Mortgage Lifters.
<Rv J L STANTON’)
It Is a mistake for tho Inexperienced
man to undtr'ske the of hogs
uali»es },•- expects to make a study of
it and tmpros-e upon the mistakes he
is sues to make at flnrt
It is a iriitske for the city farmer
Ilvltuf fa t< an to trust his hogs to the
aversge man He is not likely to
make a sueeoas cf it.
it Is a mfetak# to try to raise hogs
nn *ti err-Uislee diet. You ask what
kind of feed to pire them’ What
kind of feed can be produced on your
farm tn y6ur localityT OfTe them
plenty cf fhst in rarlety These feeds
should be siren tn aucli relation to
each offcer as to meet the raried n«eds
of tb«* swine system.
lt ta a mistake to forget that the hoc j
i* a crazing a dmal.
It la a .cistske If the hof la not fed ,
It 1* a mistake to feed constipating
food nnd do nothing to correct If.
It Is a mistake to feed breeding
stock as if you were fining It for mar- E. C. Rush Wifi. Sells end A.
*t is a mistake to feed all sizes to- G‘U"Cr iaSt Thnrsday OPPraised
Kflthor whenever tho smaller ones are ^ ^ SnOu^^SS CStfttD,
at a disadvantage. •
It Is a mistake not to provide tho Rev. Kinsay closed his m€tt-
herd with- comfortable quarters at aii jnff ap nonh Sunday night ar.d
times Failure tn this will Impair the * * " u
Uftfkfnlnf^a of tho food. cftm6 may visitod ifiw
Born to Loren Hurst and ^ben ^ie bowels becomes ir-
wife last Friday night a big girl. 1 ^d<fU‘ar you are ’-r.comfortable
All doing nicely. md tbe longer this condition
•xists the worse you feel. You
*an get rid of this misery quick*
y by useing HERBINE. Take
dose on going to bed and eoe
huv fine you feel next dav.
Price 50c. Sold by Whies Drug
la a r;
usefulness of the feed
It Is a mistake not to grow the pip*
rapidly fr m birth to market They
should gain every pound possible on
It Is a mistake to feed ths brood-
sow corn before firrowing time. She
should hare cooling and laxative food
It is a mistake to feed her heavily
for some day* after fsrrowlr.r.
It to a ns
days. He left Wednesday fnr
life home in Ft Scott.
A scald burn, or
rom dost and tallk wben they a:
1 It la a mistake
It it a mistake to overfeed and it is j bone and muscle x
a M/ger mistake to underfeed growth
family that ket
■e learning to eat. \
to fail to feed pigs I SUch
iatertal during their 1 and
rs a no
The Pastor Ru««sel Entertain*
j nent given at the Thristian
j burch Sunday, Monday and
evere c* t ruesdav n'Kbts was received by
ced, Tl * Full house »ach night. These
:cture^ and he lecture were
iven under t’r; ’'rectifn of the
jteraitim >jdents As-
> *iation of •* ic: Pastor Rus-
the nr.*;»d «nt. We consid-
jered it a privelige tojsee them
I and believe everyone that saw1
A them enjoyed them.
Since the telephoned in we
don’t seem so far apart.”
Ideal life is one-third sleep, onc-third work
nnd one-third recreation.
Get more of tile fim. if you cun; make the
tbeTtmosf^ ** pOSS,ble; eni°y the third to
An occasiona1 chat with the folks at home or
^ »th friends or relatives in round-about towns.
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