The May Bugle. (May, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 2, 1915 Page: 1 of 4
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A Weekly Newspaper for the People.
(Successor to the Buffalo Bugle and May Exchange)
ouuaciipuun rnce. $i.uu i <. r lear.
MAY, HARPER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, DECEMBER 2, 1915
Finn Your Trip
The KATX to South err' and wC -S
Western Stats and enjoy the Sunny Southern climate
Low rouhd trip Winter Tourists Rates to Texas and
Southern and Western States. Tickets on sale daily
until April 30th with return limit of May hist 1916.
Stopovers at all stations enroute.
Coyote Ch ase.
Quite a wolf chase oecured
Wednesday afternoon which was
participated in by F. A. Dale,
Jake Dale, A. C. Brubaker, F.J.
Gould, H. n. Smith, and Mr.
Baker, of southwest of town.
Mr. Wolf had been located in
Durant taken to
rprr; :t tit.
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Cars. The two good cars on the
Market, if you don’t buy
we both loss money.
Touring Gar $475.45
I IPS Cl Runabout $424.45
$325 for the 1S1G Overland
F". O. L3. M A V
Ijr* Hie ford Auto Supply Co.
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j: *zx- :zs*l-*~£ate*
Sheriff Ed I Durant, who was
shot last August by Bliss Rich-1
j ardson was taken to a hospital!
in San Antonio, Texas, Tuesday
n n n > ,, ... e ,, morning, in hopes that the mil-!
, der climate would help him to
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mend more rapidly.
from the wounds but his lungs I
have become allotted — the left |
one. possibly from the bullet,
one from I
these gentlemen organized, to
(show the May sports ho.v it was I T T
done, and went out to got the1 0
[victim. It is reported they
chased Mr. Wolf all over the
lield until he became tired of the
game and ashamed of the way
he had led them around, and
showed them the disapearing j
act and he has not been seen or
i heard from since, and a tired
[and dissapeinted bunch wended
their way back to town and part
of them drug themselves off to
bed a little after sundown, and
they never mention the fact that
the wolf had the extra burden
of a big wolf trap dragging af-
wound and the right
other causes, and it was thought
j that he woul 1 do better to go
south rather than try to with-
stand the winter here.
E l is in fine spirits and told
the boys at the train that he
would be back by April.or sooner
He was accompanied by his wife
brother Frank and die nurse
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Every life has its December!
Have you got money in our bank?
j| No sight is more pitiable than that of old people who
His friends here and that | all their lives have squandered their MONEY and reached
Loyal Bereans Meet.
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means every one in the county,
hope for his speedy improve-
ment and that he may soon be
able to come home again.--Wood-
Otto H. Meyer was in May
from Gage tins week. *
Report of the Condition of
flic May Slate Bank
At May, in the State of Okla-
homa, at the Close of Busi-
ness Nov. 10, 1915:
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FOR IWAAV^lll svrJroa \,fmd
The Loyal Berean Class of the
Christian Church met in their
regular monthly business and
social meeting at the home of
i Win. Richardson last Tuesday
The evening, aside from the
business, was spent in playing
games and social converse.
About sixteen were present and
it was one of the most interest-
ing meetings the class has held.
At this meeting officers^ were
elected for the coming year asj
follows: President, Clarence
Wise; Vice Pres., Miss Keown;
s • ; Secretary, Miss Leah Shepherd:
j Treasurer, Miss Diake.
Refreshements were dainry
yj served and all report a most
y pleasant evening spent and it
was at a late hour when the Total,
guests bid William and Mr. Mrs,
Richardson good night and re-1
Tj iuctantly wended their way F2i,Paid X-’ .* . *
\h I home. The business meeting of Undivided Croats, Less expenses and
the December in their lives old, pure, HELPLESS.
- While you have manhood and strength, work and
bank your money so that when Life's December does
come you can enjoy.a GOMFORTABLE OLD AGE...
Make OUR bank YOUR bank
We pay 4 per cent interest on time deposits.
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A HOME. BANK. MAY, OKLA.
Loans and Discounts, . . . J5S.958 51
Overdnifts, secured and unsecured, - 174.80
Security With State Banking Board - 1,035.00
Stocks, Bonds, Warrants, Etc. - - 2,512.48
Furniture and Fixtures and Real Estate, 3,300.00
Other Real E.tate Owned
Due From Banks, ,
Checks and Other Cash Items,
Cash in Bank,
!!> ROW 0.1 Ul2 flsor
Coins in and klio sliaw you
Qj ilitias of this wonderful car
F O. R. Factory
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! the class will held on the second
j; Tuesday evening in January.
Ail young people are cor-
|j dially invited to meet with the
j I class every Sunday morning at
CoTies To May.
Individual Deposits, Subject to Check,
Time Certific i:es of Deposit.
Certified Checks _
Cashier’s Checks Outstanding,
Reserve for Taxes
Notes and Bills Rediscounted
TutaI- - - $ 85,176.40
State of Oklahoma, County of Harper-ss.
1, V. B. Browne, cashier of the above named
Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement
is true to the best of my knowledge and belief, So
Help Me God.
should die next week from any cause would
you like to have $500.00 or $750.00 for him
alter he is dead? Jf: so see me and I will
explain how it can be arranged.
I also have a Special on the Guaran-
teed Addition Policy.
Up-To-Now Shaler Sceain Vulcanizer
C. E. BORTHiCK, Proprietor
pastorate of the Woodwaid
Church and has accepted a call
from the Christian Church at
May for half time. Rev. Coffey
will be here Sunday morninp
and preach at the Christian
church Sunday at 11:00 a. m.
Sunday school at 10:00 a. ir.
Junior Endeavor at 3:C0 p. m.
Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p m.
Everybody invited to attend tc
V. B. Browne, Cashier. 1)
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 23rd I A
resign pel the |day °f Novwriber, 1015. f
S. T. Money, Notary Public j
My Commission Expires Feb. 3rd, 1916.
R O. Allen,
C. H. Marlin,
S. T Morey,
— Di rs rectors.
jiCit S*« r tol *lr
Cattle to Pastor
75c !o $1.00 pet month.
Will let them eu: in bunches cf 10 and
up for the winter. Cal! or write
. Cl'-A ing to put on a big removal sale
h commencing Monday, Dec. Gth,
and will continue Until Jan. 1st.
*C D. C0ZART
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Private money to loan C
on long or short time. :
For quick money see
E. C. DALE
a j This is no fake but a bonafid- | To have your order correit-
sa!e. All goods will be marked !y filled See Us! See Us!
low and in plain figures. As we For the best of lumber, for
do not Wish to move these goods orCod acjvice, for proper!
we are positively going to sell . „ 1T . L, •
, i , i » treatment and Lowest Price.
m order to reduce our stock to ' , k !,
the size of a smaller room. - oe Fee Is. ^ee Ls!;
R. L. Avery
Mrs. W. M. K vpisch, of Enid.
B j returned to her home Monday
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I after a weeks visit with her
Word was received here the
last of the week of the death of
our former citizen. R. L. Avery,
after an il!ne>s of several months
Lumber Co. , ■ Tla-
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Phone 69 and 17
Lri J est .Market Price
Paid for Grain and
The BEST Grades of
Threshing Coal from
$t> CO to $7.50.
Don’t forget the number. *
Cozart Grain Co.
daughter, Mrs.Ralph Ctrohmeier (Phone 21.
j Dr. Amos is the possessor of a
% Jid not lenrn any the!fint. e froni Ralph
May, Okla. I T>at ticu.ars. [strohmeier.
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Farmers' and Business Men's Co-Operative Association. The May Bugle. (May, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 2, 1915, newspaper, December 2, 1915; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc941062/m1/1/: accessed February 22, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.