The May Bugle. (May, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 19, 1914 Page: 4 of 8
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[iFruod Every Thursday ]
Subscription, $1-00 Per\car
It seemed that people had a leel-
I ing of depression and with all I
I the forceful persuasion of the
| auctioneer the crowd responded j
We are still unable to furnish
that account of Col. Jones Mis-
souri trip. The Colonel is too
busy heading kafir corn we sus-
A Newspaper Polished in the Interests of May and Commumy j ^ ^ ^ regreted that some
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house on Sunday rather than go
to Sunday school or meeting.
R. L. Fergeson is the possess-
or of a new five passenger For
Wm. Shepherd was a Supply
Win. Pittman returned to May
! from Enid the last of the week
j and went out to Mt. Olive Dis-
trict Sunday morning where he
j commenced a series of mcet-
Mrs. Bert Pittman returned 1
from Enid Sunday night where
he was called on account of the j
WHERE ThfRF’S A WILL THERE’S A WAY
is an old saying and it is true but no where is it
more true than in the matter of saving money,
and that is my business to show you the way to
save money on your
Hardware and Furniture
„ T ,*-nl Rwilling Notice, 5c jx-r lino each insertion.
ai)mi»*ion fee i» charged. Free.
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Will the light of the Gospel ever jjjness 0t; her mother. She
j dawn on some people, ports her mother much improved, i
; A large and attentive crowd Regulate the bowels when they
j attended Gospel Team meeting; t0 move properly. HER-)
I Sunday night and a good meet* is an admirable bowel reg
i ing was the result.
The next time you want anything in my line .just
step in and see if we don’t save you money.
,B ».v. ......... (ulator. It helps the liver and
j. J. Hall lias been delivering, stomachc and restores a fine feel-
I wheat to May this week. Sam jn&- 0f strength and buoyancy.
Shirely also hauled a load for pEce 50c. Sold by White s Drug
.Vlr. Hall Monday. store.
Delbert Dale and w ife visited |
! Sunday at Floyd Shirley’s
Born to Mr. and Mrs. F. T.
Lienienman, Nov. 10, 1011, a
Mr. and Mrs. John Leist took j jinc haby girl. Mother and
linner with Mr. and Mrs. L. \ . babe doing nicely but P. T. has
Don’t Forget the Great Majestic Range.
H. A. Smith
A Full Line of Undertaking Goods.
Mrs. M. A. Hall, tLulu and
Bahy Mivian visited at A. B.
Mrs. N. C. Largent was real
sick one day last week, but is
much better at present.
The Ladies Aid Society of Mt.
Olive met with Mrs- J. M. Doty
last Wednesday and quilted one
quilt for Mrs. Buchannan. If
anyone wishes to have a quilt
quilted call on this society and
help out the church by so doing.
It will cost you only 75 cents per
spool of thread used.
Miss Marie Arnold came home
from school at May last week on
account of being sick.
Floyd Ratliffe, who has Leer
sick for almost two months is
Miss Hellen Derry has been out
of school for almost a week on
account of sickness.
Gordon Gaffaney has been on
the sick list.
J. M. Doty. Cecil and Elmon
GafFaney attended the Uncle
Tom’s Cabin show at May last
Claude Neeley made his regu-
lar visit at Ilosea Madison’s Sun-
It seemed good tu see Miss
Ethel Ratliffe at Mt. Olive Sun-
day School last Sunday. When
she lived here, she " ■ ^ one
our regular and al
ways v i'h i-ison well
prepared, therefore she
lv finds a welcome. Come again
her untiring efforts in the schoo
room. She has succeeded in get-
ting the pupils deeply interest
ed in the school work, and has
won their highest praise for he,
as a teacher.
Mrs. George Harrel has been
quite sick for some time.
A good many from this neigh
borhood attended the sale at J.
H. Shirleys last week.
The protected meeting by Rev.
Wm. Pittman, of Enid. Okla..
commenced Sunday a^d will con-
tinue throughout the week. Bro.
Pittman is a good talker am
seems to take special interest ii
the children. Everybody is in-
vited to attend and help in
cause of Christianity.
The fall in temperature re-
minds us that winter is approach
ing, but thanks for the beauti
ful weather we have had.
The threshing machine mei
are busy thresning in this com
munity. It seems that this ^lo-
cality has about as good a crop
of kafir corn as will be found ii
Western Oklahoma and the ma
chines are coming in from al
directions, so threshing will not
We understand that Mrs. Lies!
....of May, Okla.. accompanied b\
of; her class of Sunday School boys
al- j will visit our Sunday school nexi
pre-| Sunday. Nov. 22. to whom wc
certain-' extend a hearty welcome.
| Little Elmo North, who fell
' ’ , ated his tongue seveve-
Mav* .w dnvs ago is gettinc
Friday and hauled out material along very nicely
to plaster and finish his house. * The sale of J. H Shirely, or
Miss Eila Cooley has won high Tuesday of last week, drew only i
esteem and friendship of the peo-1 a small crowd and consequent. ■
pie of this district in reward for prices were under an average.
Moore’s Sunday. After
they took Mr. and Mrs,
x ride in their auto.
Bob Avery and family and Os-
;ar and Glen Stanley visited at
Mieb North’s Sunday.
Rev. Demaree will fill his reg-
ular appointment at West Ottei
Saturday night and Sunday.
Some church members when
isked why they do not attend
neeting on prayer meeting night
-,vill make the pitiful excuse of
being sleepy. Of course if one
has lost sleep from attending the
:ck they are excusable, other
vise it reminds us of the lessor
ve used to read in McGuffey .
eader about the sluggard.' IT
vould ask for a little more sleep,
i little more slumber; the pictur*
,f himself and premises wen
.hocking fro behold, the fences
ill fallen down, the house decay-
•aying, thorns and briers were
growing everywhere and he him-
self a forlorn looking creature
Oh if people would only realize
hat their spiritual surrounding?
vill become as badly dilapidate!
nd thorn grown and brier in
ested as this sluggards temper
d surroundings were, through
.his sleeping and slumbering.
?aul in writing to the Roman?
-•aid it was high time to awake
!Ut of sleep for now is oursalva-
ion nearer than when we be-
ieved, meaning that we should
}ver be doing the work the Mas-
er has left for us to do for the
lay of reckoning is closer a; ,
hand than ever before. The |
iridegroom will come, have youi
lamps trimed and burning, let u?
mt on the armor of light. One
loes not light a candle and put it
under a bushel where it cannot
be seen, neither will a Christian,
for the mere pleasure ot sleep,
neglect the prayer meeting.
They need a reviving of the
spirit. X. \. Z.
been stepping pretty high and i
occasionally lie will run up, sticK
his head down a rain barrel and
hollow “daddy” just to hear the
the Litttie tale
1st door east of Seotts barbershop
The place to get
your short orders
FRESH PIES AND COiD DRINKS
Wilbur Shepherd Prop.
Old papers at the Bugle office
ic.a bunch. Just the thing for
dielves. They are good for
Street Music every Saturday, by May Military
Band, 3:00 to 4;00 p. m., and every Wednesday
night at 8:00 p. m. .............................•
all three for
TIIF. MAY BUGLE
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onscience !P erf*
Does sane little.
misinke in year life trouble you, end would you
’ ivcre. possible to confess it to a conndanle.
ttOI LANO-S MAGAZINE, which needs no introduction to the
H worth-while magazines, contains each month a <lection^called JheC •
Mrs. Wm. Shepherd was on
j the sick list the first of the week
Born to »Mr. and Mrs.
! Powers, Monday, Nov. 1G,
| a boy.
, .in, a number ~b, H»n"hv‘various anony.no,* -iters telling of
d A-w of J n takes in their lives which they feel better for confessing, or which
may senffias a warning to others. This department in unique, and is watched with m-
tense interest bv readers every month.
a vn p \\c11 is devoted to the interests of the home and farm builder, and is
tbs meet even- need and requirement. It meets these needs adequately
Hums of correspondence with other farmers and tts Questions and Answers
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three new 5 passenger cars
hand, will have a complete lire
repairs arf accessories on hand
.S. T. MOREY
The Bugle it? equipped to print
your sale bils. or any other bill?
you may want, on short notice j he![
j and in first class shape.
The Bugle printed sale bills
Monday for Jennie Kerns. 1 mile
j north of Doby Springs, announc-
! ing the sale for Nov. 27.
Put a porous plaster on the
j chest and take a good cough syr-
up internally if you would treat
new and imp
, ,,, “v„Hi r,ncsf perplexing problems are solved. It opens his eyes to
ed methods in carrying out his work, and, prove, jo be an indispensable
l hand man
v*r is Tor t!
Ivors in wh
• entire familv. We strive, at all times, to be a help in the upbuild-
■tv and use our influence for the benefit of its people. \V e giv^ you
n " .nd a; nmeh. of the state and foreign news as the space will permit. A
i indF~ensable to vour familv. This paper will keep you posted on all that is
in this conimunitvj and will tell you of the doings of those friends and neigh-
•mi vou are most interested.
a severe case of sore lungs prop* vou afford to neglect this opportunit)*;
LU:I,, :mi sviUTi Your Conscience Should Not Be Clear if You Neglect this Opportunity
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Farmers' and Business Men's Co-Operative Association. The May Bugle. (May, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 19, 1914, newspaper, November 19, 1914; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc941086/m1/4/: accessed December 15, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.