The May Bugle. (May, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 29, 1914 Page: 1 of 8
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A Weekly Newspaper For the People.
(Successor to the Bulfulo Bugle ami May Lxduingcj
MAY, HARPER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, JANUARY U)11.
Subscription Price, $1.00 Per Year.
You Get Your Money When
You Sign Papers.
B. Ei. WILLIAMS.
Abstracter. lhtllalo, Okla.
Best Kate in Harper County
(’all and See Me.
Briqqs CHAIRS FOBS&BitfeCElETS
MAY MUSING S.
Trade at home!
For cheap farms see Fleming.
When in Buffalo EAT at the | was in town Monday
Mrs. S. T. Morey is on the sick j
list this week.
Good meals at all times at thoj
A. A. McNeil is doing elevator |
business at Dunlap.
C. .1. Harding, of Speermoore, j
See C. C. Hoag, at Woodward,
Man is ever in search for
strength. It is the strong man
that wins. It is the man with
power who scales the heights.
To be strong is to be great, and
it is the privilege of greatness
to satisfy every desire, every
aspiration and every need. But
strength is not for the few alone;
it is for all, and the way to
strength is simple.
determined mood is to constantly
grow in strength.
The man who never weakens
Don’t forget the big sale now Okla., for farm loans,
on at Fergeson’s. I A full line of Nyal’s Familyl
Heating stoves at R.J. Maurer i Medicines at Wilson’s.
& Co. ’s hardware. j Get together Boost! For, in j
C, F. Hubbard and wife were!union there is strength,
city traders Wednesday. • Floyd Dale spent Wednesday,
W. R. Black transacted busi- in Laverne on business,
ness at Woodward today. j Watches, clocks, jewelry, sil- i
Mrs. Cull and daughters left j verware, etc., at .Grace’s.
Tuesday morning for Texas. j o. Hopingardner made a busi-1
MOREY loans money on good ness trip to Tvanhoe Friday,
farms. Low rate of interest. Money to Loan on farms. See
Mrs. W. A. Tucker visited the C. C. Hoag, Woodward, Okla.
first of the week with friends in gee Dr. Williams at Keystone
Laverne. | Hotel on February 12th for good
Lawyer Smedley was down i glasses,
from Laverne Tuesday on legal j Mrs. 0. S. Davis is entertain-j
business. ing her father and mother here j
Y. B. BROWNE
S. r. MOREY. Y Pres.
Your Kind of a Bank.
Joe Phillips and family spent
when things are against him will Sunday at the country home of
grow stronger and stronger un-; R. 0. Allen
til all things will delight to be
for him. He will finally have
all the strength he may desire
or need. Be always strong and
1. One where SAFETY is assured.
2. One which is progressive in policy and con
servative in management.
J. One large enough to inspire confidence.
L One not so large as to make impossibl
5. One fully organized and equipped to serve
you in banking, investment and property matters.
7. One where your business is solicited and
All These Are Characterists of the
MAY STATE BANK,
A HOME BANK. MAY, OKLA.
Bert Flint has been busy pur
chasing a car of broom-corn the
Mrs. F. E. Downs is assisting j past week.
you will always be stronger.
A Toast lo Laughter.
Here’s to laughter, the sun-
Proceed this very moment to shine of the'soul, the happiness
the mountain top of the strength of the heart, the leaven of youth,
you now possess, and whatever
may happen, do not come down.
Do not weaken under adversity.
Resolve to remain as strong, as
determined and as highly en-
thused during the darkest night
of adversity as you are during
as clerk in the Strohmoier Bros,
J. K. Baker, of near Buffalo,
transacted business here Thurs-
Business seems to be picking
up for the justice and city mar-
shal here of late.
the privilege of purity, the echo j R. S. Smedley and wife and
of innocence, the treasure of the! YY\E. Fergeson autoed over from
humble, the wealth of the pow-1 Laverne Thursday.
er, the head of the cup of pleas- Does your watch run correct?
ure. It dispels dejection for it If not take it to GRACE—the
We carry a full line of Sher-
win-Williams house paints. —Wil-
son’s Drug Store.
The next term of the County
Court will convene at Buffalo on
Monday, Feb. 2nd.
Dr. R. R. Anderson and YV. C.
Broberg, of Buffalo, were down
Wednesday on business.
DR. II. 11. WYNNE.
Dr. H. II. Wynne, Oklahoma
City, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat:
—Glasses fitted. May, Thurs-i
day, Feb. 5th. Office Dr. Amos.
I am glad to think
1 am not bound to make the
world go round,
But only to discover, and to do
With cheerful heart, the work
that. God appoints.
Miss Goldie Elmore, of Ivan-! . Jean Ingel,nv.
hoe, is assisting Mrs, Clarkston Hear the Bugle calling Sub-
at the Keystone Hotel. ; scribe today! .lust $1.00 will
A good interest is being taken : the entire family happy
in the meetings being held by ■ *°r a ycai.
Are you interested in the sue- rcv< \y# J. Ruark at the Chris-; When she comes to visit, mis-
cess of the home town? If so, I Gan church,
net in line with the boastArs. j Mo8(Jamc8 w Ruark,
xv, ‘v| If not. take it to LrK.AEL.-tne If you could extract the super-; storker and Mrs. Weizbrod, who
is tie oeo woe te es royer dxer All work guaran- j natural from the Bible the nat-1 js visiting them, spent Thursday
- - of depression, and the enemy of teed riKht oral would not be worth having 'at Woodward,
the sunniest days of prosperity, grief. It is why kings envy the , T , I .
Do not feel disappointed when peasants, plutocrats envy the I John W. Felkel, of the Inde-j \ . B. Browne, cashier of the Mrs. 0. S. Davis and daugh-
things seem disappointing. Keep’poor, the guilty envy the inno- pendence district, made this of-1 May State Bank, returned todav , ter returned home Friday from
- - fice a friendly visit while in the | from a business trip and visit to 5 a sh0rt visit with her parents
! near Shattuck.
the eye singly upon the same! cent. It is the sheen on the
brilliant future, regardless of cir- smiles, the ripple on the water
cumstances, conditions or events.
Do not lose heart when things
go wrong. Continue undisturbed
in your original resolve to make
all things go right. To be over-
come by adversity and threaten-
ing failure is to lose strength; to
always remain in the same lofty,
of delight, and the glint on the
gold of gladness. Without it
humor would be dumb, wit would
wither, dimples would disappear
and smiles would shrivel for its
glow of a clean conscience, the
voice of a pure soul, the birth-
ery of mirth and the swan song 1 friends. Ed reports that he is
We need people who are as hot
as fire, as true as steel, as sweet
as honey, as wise as serpants, as
harmless as doves.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Martin
spent last Sunday with Laverne
| enjoying a good business.
! J' - ^ ^ ^ - '•'"•"J! port Ton,‘Those ‘tTTtterded | panddaughter. of near h anhoo.
a L■<- o a | the masquerade dance in Walk-
| XQ1 ^ w ^ j er’s Hall last Friday night.
llllcll I rOOa G \ Hotel. J|. Mrs. Owen Hopingardner and
L. E. CRAYS
it t daughter, Alice, visited a few
^ The Farmer’s Home ^ days the latter part of the week
( Ea»3MSB»‘«awHws f jn country home of Floyd
t The Place For A J Dale.
f Good 25c Meal. A When vou take a home paper
* Mrs. h. T. BALLARD '|youexp'ect and arc entitled tH
Dad Wells, who has been! ^ B Amos and family
at Eagle City the past couple of and c j, Borthick and family
manths, returned to May *ast j visited jn the F. C. Dale home
Saturday night. on Saturday evening.
T. A. Killough, of Laverne.! No man can knock you on the
made his regular weekly trip to]s,y and do so with impunity: the
May Friday and had us issue the | Qn,y knocker who “gets by” is
Beacon-Light from this office. known as opportunity.
Mr. and Mrs. John Dyche and , gtir yoursoif» Don’t polish the
ux„.. wa^jng, benches with hard luck
stories. Hustle! Heard luck has
fortune never stops to knock on
the door. She. simply walks in
and sits down at the head of the
There are various Kinds of pa-
pers published in various places,
and by “various” elements. The
Bugle is a "real” newspaper,
It is the official paper of (he peo-
ple and came here solely in the
best interests of May and com-
munity in general. It has been
with you almost five months, and
is still what we stated in our
first issue, and what a local
paper should be—a fair and im-
partial representative of the old
Hunters, trappers and trespas-
visited several days this week
with their daughtei, Miss Gene-|never ye^ raUght up with a real !sers are hereby notified to keep
v,eve- ^ hustler. And this is true of any Lff 0f Section 28. T. 28, R. 24,
Mr. and Mrs. George Newman: kjn(j 0f work. under penalty of the law.
expect to depart Sunday for a why a|most
v,s,t with Mrs. N.s daughter; one.s atulatjnguson
and other relatives and I the fact that „ are issuing the
A. F. Wesner.
abroad. 1, , , • ,
best local newspaper ever print-
Miss Anna Browne, of Fargo. I ed jn ^jav Yes, indeed, it is a
f you expect ana are enuueu iu arrived today for a few days’ rea, newspaper.
a the home news. The Bugle will vjsjt with her brother. Cashier
May, Okla. U furnish you with all the home y 3 Browne, and other May! Mrs. Ida DeWater, of Buna o,
S. T. MOREY
The Farm Loan Man
news each week. friends. keeps kodak films and supplit - —^ ^
Miss Ivy Oetinger. who is now Man may trample under foot ^rinUng alsTdone. Sal©,
staying at Woodward, visited the law of God and reject mercy. Send mc your finishing by mail,
over Sunday in the home of her Jesus Christ and heaven, but he n), wnrp strict.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Oet- cannot escape death and the
inger and family. judgment.
Owen Hopingardner and Floyd We beg your pardon if the
Dale made a trip to Shattuck BUGLE isn’t up to the standard |#uun yji |,I1Ilvl|)rci______
last Friday and returned home in point of news this week, as procjty js engendering a habit sale at my ranch,
Saturday with a new Ford w hirh the editor has l»een absent sev- may cvcn ^ robhing you north of Supply.
Til t ’1 1 J 1 1 f - - - - - - I ^ n kll# tttATr 11 r* *1 I * - — *
Prices right, and all work strict-
Do you wish to be one of the
few hundred citizen* whose vk»
lation of the principles of reci-
I have some thoroughbred
coming yearlings Hereford
and Short-Horn bulls for
the Towns lie Building.
you will sec Floyd driving from era! days on a business deal
They are good individuals
>f just enough profits to put
Dr. C. E. Williams, eye spec- wart i CL p^idTngXr and ^ *>ric€S are VCF-V ^
inlist, with i»ermanent office8 at nlar semi-monthly trip to May citizens were doing the other 901111 €.
Woodward. Okla.. will be in May last Thursday. The Doctor has thing-buying at home. Setting A AOfim
at the Keystone Hotel on Thurs- a reputation for fair and honest a good example and advocating r j I M [J r r K
day. February 12th. See him for dealings in his prt»fession and is home patronage will Ih> 1. fit both W» •
good and correct fitting glasses, looking forward to a promising yourself and all your fellow citi-
Examination free. * business future. zens.
Supply, - Okluhonid.
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Sehy, H. E. The May Bugle. (May, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 29, 1914, newspaper, January 29, 1914; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc941077/m1/1/: accessed July 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.