The May Bugle. (May, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 19, 1914 Page: 5 of 8
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Jc. B. COZART
GRAIN C 0.*
Jfeed, grain, and coal.^
^McAlester Thrashing coal ?7 t
iWilburton Hand Loaded ^ Q
^Nut Coal ...............j
f BERT. FEINT, *
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City Dray &
J. T. HERREN, Proprietor
All Kinds of Hauling
Promptly Done, and
on Short Notice.
PHONE NO. 42.
WHAT YOU WAN!........ «
WHEN YOU WANT 1T j
. , . aB vvp have recently added a nice new stock of 0
we have a new and up-to-date dry goods. ‘ ®
the Latest patterns and shades. Come in and take a look.
The Slate of Oklahoma was | you fill your lank with bf,cr
seven years old last Monday, whiskey instead of ■ asl.
Nov 1G The Proclamation of ed his lrieml. You i ■
Statehood was signed by Roose- idiot. - replied the
veil on Nov 111 1007. j "the hsh would all die il I did
"It is a had advertisement,
John Cameron, of Capron, | tyien »> said the young man. “If
broke his collar bone recently, Leer an(j whiskey kill the fish,
while scuffling with some other j whal cbanc.e have the men who
boys. | the stuff?”
j Gov. Cruce says he will go out The open season on quail be-
ef office with no death penalty | gan tbe fifteenth and after that
i having been carried out. I date for two and onehalf
’■ ’ and
Our grocery department is chuck full of nice, clean and fresh groceries and we invite you to
come and let us save you money.
Six prisoners sawed their way months 'quails
1 . ... , _____i... -:„;i mnm/h mmron
Buffalo, - Okla f
A New Loan Company: with
the Cheapest Rates in Western
Oklahoma. Do not take other
people’s word for it but call or
write. Land or anything of value
sold or traded anywhere. L. is.,
Berdell. Laverne, Oklahoma.
out of the Okmulgee county jail
I and escaped.
Illv/II tile v i uuiitv »— x-----
many a nimrod will be after the
festive “Rob white.” It will be
well for hunters to know “where
The state has been quarantin-1 tbey are at” when shooting as a
cd against the hoof and mouthIj^ge number of farmers aie ie-
disoase in cattle. No mention in f^gj^g to permit shooting on
the proclamation in regard to their places,
men and women.
Upon his retirement from of-
fice, early next January, Gov.
Cruce says he will again live in
Ardmore and resume the caic o
his business interests.
City Barter Shop
WALTER SCOTT, Prop.
Good Bath Room in Connection.
Woodward Steam Laundry.
If a resolution offered the
school land Commission by State
Superintendent Wilson, Monday,
carries all leases on state lands,
which expire January 1st., will
be extended one year. This is
i-i r o xxri/imv! necessary because there is no
■ TLe„ne'"“ovCT vvidow” -oilel appropriation to meet the ex-
ls tlC, i i iPft her more penses of a re-appraisement
whose husband Lhich must be made before these
than well fixed, observes the La ^ 8old.
Kemp Mirror. |
_ -i jr!ii(,r ! l ive Mangum gins have turn-
Albert Smith, an oil dud ., of cotton this
while attempting to steal a "de says thc Mangum Star.
on a Missouri, Kansas & lexasjv
passenger train, fell beneath the, wlieat soii(j for $1 a bushel in
wheels near Yale and was faiaL Woodward last week according
ly crushed. to the Advocate, which says
thai I that broomcorn prices ranged
There is a rumor afloat that.uut
the Santa Fe is arranging to dis- *rom $35 to $7(1 a ton.
continue thc use of coal as fuel! - - - -
on all their engines of this dis
Monday morning at Oklahoma
City. One man received a brok-
en leg and another a broken
The blacksmiths of Oklahoma
met in convention at Oklahoma
City Monday morning. There
were 120 of thc iron pounders
there. Some few knockers.
trirct published ’i) the May Bugle Oct. 2'J. 1914.J
Notice for Publication
Coalgate Courier is authority
for the statement that Walter
Long and James Armstrong, al-
leged robbers of the Farmers
National Bank of Tupelo, Okla.,
A Part of Your Patronage
Permanent Office, .. May, Okla
At Laverne, Okla., every Tues
trict and that oil will hereafter
be used exclusively. The fire-
men are hoping the rumor is Natjona| Bank 0f Tupelo, Okla.,
founded on facts. -Way noka j ^^ been sentenced to ten years
Enterprise. j imprisonment in the state pen-
i An Illinois editor was much I itentiary, and taken to prison.
-----p»£S£sl jarA.tr. ss
or. s. staffodr
Wkh the 'TZm ”ngth w^an ™'ember of the chu.ch
any man is caught flattening 1 ' win do likewise, the plan will be
earth, shoot him on the spot asoiution for the pastor's salary
There are several ot us m mis
-------— i state who can’t swim.” j question.
The Central 45-I,F“-fiTJ5S*S
Dopartment of the Interior,
U. S. Land Office at Woodward,
Oklahoma, October, 29, 1914.
Notice is hereby given that
Lincoln D. lshmael, of May,
Okla., who, on Oct. 25, 1909,
made homestead Entry. No.
019848, for N. W. Qr. S. W. Qr.
Section 27, Township 24, North,
Range 24 West, Indian Meridian,
has filed notice of intention to
make final 5 year Proof, to es-
! tablish claim to thc land abovo
described, before Register and
receiver, at Woodward, Okla.,
on the 30th. day of November,
_ pair Men.
BLACKS MITHIN G|Fix anything
_____—■That is Fix-1
Correct Work, and Right Prices ^able, Sure!
Cloyd’s, May, O • &
w. 11. TEMPLE, - Undertaker.
Claimant names as witnesses;
Arthur Wilson, of May, Okla,
OttoT. Lienemann, of May, Okla.
Edwin G. Wel'man, Supply,Okla.
Floyd C. Dale, of May, Okla.
J. Y. Callahan. Register.
A Large assortment of Caskets,
a Burial Robes and Supplies car-
a ried in stock.
$ A first-class licensed cmbalmer l
t furnished promptly at any time.
x Hearse Furnished.
OKLAHOMA AUCTION iCJHOOL
PHONE MY EXPENSE FOR DATES
W. J. FI mi ng
REFERENCE ANYONE FOR Mny» DKlCl
WHOM 1 HAVE EVhJ tSOLU
M. J. Collins, Proprietot
A GOOD PLACE TO STOP.
WILLIAM A. BRIGGS
YOUR EYES MY BUSINESS
OR. C. f. WILLIAMS
of Woodward. Okla.
Glasses fitted Correctly.
Regular visits to May every four
Still Doing Business
S. T. M O R £ Y
The Farm Laon Man
LOUEST RAi £
Farm Bargains, j
T ocafpil in the Townsite Building’. N
Located in the Townsite Building.
May, - - Oklahoma
0. K. Livery Barn
Is at vour service. We offer you Good Rigs, Re-
liable Teams. Prompt Service, Courteous. Tieait-
ment, and make Rea^nable Charge>. J1- , d
vour team up at this barn tt wdl be pro^rly ed .
and cared for. We arc here to >en e the pul he.
the: o.k. livery barn,
VV. F. A\attooti, Flop. 4
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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/m1/5/: accessed June 25, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.