The May Bugle. (May, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 19, 1914 Page: 8 of 8
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How About That Unsightly Garret
you’ve been promising yourself to fix up so you
can get some use out of it?
WE VE JUST THE SfUf-F you need now
to do it right. No lath or plaster to fool with,
but WALL BOARD ready to nail on in big
squares. A saw and hammer will turn the trick
Come in and let us show you what w§’re talk-
ing about and got our prices..
The TULSA SILO on exhibition at our yard.
Steel Grain Bins, Lumber, Shingles, Lath, Plas-
ter, Galvanized and Painted Iron.
C. E. Sharp Lumber Co.,
D. M. SHARP, Yard Manager. PHONE 25.
MAY - - . 'OKLAHOMA
M. E. Church.
John Liest autoed to Laverne
Jesse Wasson was a Supply
Wm. Meeker is spending a few
days in Kansas.
Sunday School 10:00 a. m.
Junior League Sunday after-
j noon, Mrs. Oetinger and Mrs.
Agriculture needs all the great i Cloyd teachers.
. . TV .
The Ideal Cafe
C. D. MILLER, Proprietor
Two Blocks East of the
A Good Meal at All Times—
Day or Night.
Prayer meeting and Bible
study every Wednesday evening
at 8 p. m.
n ■ , ,, ~ . n • | Preaching by the pastor, J. L.
Mr. Guinn oH;he Cozftrt Giain j dEMEArEE, every second and
men it can get.
Rev. J. L. Demaree was
Woodward visitor today.
Yes it has been pretty cool the |^0,’was in ^ay on business I f0Urth Sunday nights.
itWmnrnino* | Tuesday.
BOUCHOT & LUDWICK
Successor To The Farmers Supply Co.
The Elevator for the People.
We handle the best grades
of coal at the lowest possi-
ble prices, pay the top prices
for hogs and grain of all
I Get in
Line With the Runch.
j W. A.
Let Us Save Vou money
BY SEiLING YOU A SINGER SEWING
past few mornings.
11 you know an item of news
Phone the Bugle.
j Mrs. W. A Tucker was visit-
! in Supply the first of the week.
Mrs. R. L. Fergeson was on
the sick list the past week.
Dr. T. S. Stafford made his
regular trip to Laverne Tuesday.
Mrs. Willis’ new house is com-
pleted and she moved in Tues-
If you have a cough try the
Diamond Cough Syrup. Wilson
keeps it to sell. Adv.
Dallas Sharp was under the
weather last week, narrowly es-
caping a seige of the fever.
Make your final proof before
L. E. Grays, district clerk, at
Mr. Shepherd went to the
Dale Ranch last Sunday with
For Sale: —Seed Rye at wheat
prices. F. E, Vanfleet.
4 miles nortnwest of May.
Adv. 25 tf.
tend these services,
The people of May and
Car load barb wire and woven munity who do not attend
hog wire just received at Dulay. ! where are cordially invited to at
Adv. 35-38. W. H. Temple.
Rev. Ralph Hudson evas a
Woodward visitor the first of the
Nyals Croup Ointment—keep
it on hands. Get at Wilson’s.
The Nyal Drug Store.
It is the duty of every farmer
to see that his wife is supplied
with every equipment to lighten
Mr. and Ers. R. W King, of
Woodward, parents of Mrs, Alex
Carlisle, were visiting at the
Carlisle home last week.
W. A. Richardson and mother,
Mrs. S. J. Richardson, left
Monday morning for Pleasanton,
Iowa, on a several wreks visit.
......Put Uo and Feed at......
Herren’s Feed Barn
J. M. HERREN, Proprietor
Drives Made Anywhere.
Your Business Solicited.
Union Sunday School every
Adv. Sunday at 10 a. m. Preaching
every 1st. and 3rd. Sunday, by
Eld. Henry Pitman
Subject: Review of the Book of
Z. L. Amos
Surgeon. : :
Special attention given to dis-
eases of women and children.
All calls promptly attended.
Office Phone 27 Residence Phone 2g
Preaching on second Sunday
of each month, at 11:00 a. m.
and 8:00 p. m. Union Sunday
I School every Sunday at 10 a. m.
Stone Root Compound for Kid- Rev. A. A. Armstrong, Pastor
ney, Liver and Bladder trouble.
Try it for quick relief. Adv.
Wm. Cloyd and wife, father
and mother of Jesse and John
Enid Shepherd came in Tues-1 Gl°yd, fromnear Hatmon.Okla.,
have moved to may and will
Get our lowest cash prices.
Aloo sold on three full pay-
ments with no interest.
Our cash prices compare
with the mail order houses
and keeys your money in
your own country.
Phone or write
A. H. Millard
day from Woodward and went
on to Laverne on business.
Prof. Moyer and wife drove to
Gage Friday evening where they
spent Saturday and Sunday vis-
A neat, attractive bill will add
make their home here.
Delbert Dale was in town
Wednesday having his mulls
shod and while thus engaged he
received a badly sprained ankle.
Lou Bouchot, of the Bouchot
much to the success of your pub- j Ludwick Elevator Co., was
lie sale. Get your bills printed
at the Bugle office.
Mr. Ihle and wife and Mr.
Briggs took dinner at the Shep-
herd home Sunday.
Ask W ilson about the Circulat-
ing Library. A good supply of
books on hands all the time.
Get a book, read it and bring it
back with a small sum and take
another one. Adv.
Charley Simonds and
May from Moreland this morn-
A fine girl was born at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Rahenkemk, Tuesday evening.
These people live about eleven
miles southeast of Laverne.—
Harry Wilson and family went
to Laverne Sunday where Harry
, was going to do some painting
w 1 te I and repair work for Ed Martin.
J. J. FREY
tfy Motto is Satisfaction; See me
or wire for dates
Terms: Livestock 1 1-2 per cent
Merchandise 5 to 10 per
cent No Sales under $10
Sell anything — Go Anywhere
1st Ward, John Leist
2nd Ward, W. J. White
3rd Ward, F. J. Gould
Clerk, - - Walter Scott
Treasurer, - S. F. Morey
Marshall. - G. W. Wells
J. of P. - F. A. Schultz
came down from Gate and spent Z r f
Sunday with Mrs. Simond's par- Thcy lctulned homc lucsda!’-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Cloyd j E. N. McGregor, of Wichita,
and family. who is connected with the Pavis-
I would be very glad to have [ Roberts Lumber Co. passed
all who have any of my extra| through May Tuesday. Ileisal-
Official County Directory
District Judge, W. C. Crow
County Treasurer, C. W. Vorris
Couryy Clerk, E. L. Hubbard
County Judge, Allen H. Walker
County Supt. W. D. Drake
Clerk Dist. Court, L. E. Crays
County Sheriff, I. N. Waggoner
County Attorney, D. P. Parker
Register of Deeds, L. E. Crays
Surveyor, - C. W. Simonds
H. H. Welch, Chairman
A. T. Buttler
E. II. George
! milk bottles would please leave
at this office.
Mrs. G. C. Gray.
COL. OHAS. JONES
Who done 90 per cent of the sale work in territory adja-
cent to May for several seasons which is ample proof of
prices obtained. Try me on YOUR sale. I will try to sat-
isfy you. Reference any Bank of May, Gage, Supply,
or Laverne, as all have clerked my sales.
Phone Me At My Expense For Dates
Phone No. F 255 Address May, Okla.. R. R. No. 1.
j so President of the Big Joe
Lumber Co. i
Forest Borthick, who has been ^
with the Fergeson Merc. Jesse!
Wasson is assisting on the dray., \To.
Stopcoughing! you rack theLj0
lungs and worry the body.
I last weeks paper the removal of! . HOREHOUND
J. T. McDermott ond fomii.. SYRUP checks irritation, heals |
| the lungs and restoves comfort-
Kd Martin and wife havej Working for J. T. Hcrren onThe
moved to Laverne and Mr. Bis- dry, has ac,eptc.d a position
sett is now in charge of the May
; Restaurant and Market. Mr.
Grace has been cutting meat for
the new firm.
We overlooked to mention
, st weeks paper the removal
IJ. T. McDermott and family
W. F. & N. W.
East Bound.. .9:09 a. m.
West Bound.. .4.53 p. m.
1 from May to Dedman. New Mex- ,, 1, ana r”t0”es comIort'
ioo It is With regret that we ns', L"* 50e
. and $1.00 per bottle. Sold
Corrected Every Thursday A. M.
Woodward Steam Laundry
| lose them from our town but i ~
| wifh them well in their new lo- i" h,te 5 Drug Store-
cation and hope to see them re-! Dr. C. E. Williams made his
turn to May in the near future.! regular ^rip to May Tuesday Foal..............$7.00 to $8.50
I from Woodward. Mrs. Williams) Hogs.....................6 1-2
from Kansas City where she has Eggs......................20c
W. L. SCOTT. Agent
Irregular bowel movements
lead to to chronic constipation accomPanie(l him on this trip,
and a constipated habit fills the I Airs, Wiliams has just returned
system with impurities. HER- From Kansas City where
BINE is a great bowel regulator Just completed a course m an;——......................
It purifies .the system, vitilizes °Ptical schoo>- She will havej Turkeys................... i0c
the blood and puts the digestive charge of the doctors optical Springs .................... 8c
organs in fine vigorous condition Parlors at Woodward during bis “ens.................... 8c
Price 50c. Sold by Whites Drug absence- Ducks * 1
Neuralgia of the face, [should
THE BEST ALLrAROUND
IN NORTHWEST OKLAHOMA
Write For Dates
Satisfaction Guaranteed Always
— Phone No. 204____
Col. S. . Pe ttijohn
If You Know Any News Tell The
— Mrs. \\ m. Steege and children er, hands, or feet requires _
who have been visiting her gist- powerful remedy that will pene-
er. Mrs. C. A. Hagan, returned trate the flesh. BALLARD’S
Ducks.................. 7 ].>c
Stag Roosters............... 4C
Is one in which the
merchant himself has
implicit faith-else he
would not advertise
it. Yrou are safe in
patronizin the mer-
chants whose ads ap-
pear in this paper be-
cause their oods are
up-to-date and never
■ to her home in Waynoka Sunday, j SNOW LINIMENT
I Mrs. Steege’s visit was cut short that power. Rubbed in
on account of the illness of one tne pain is felt is all that
Farms. Town Property. Hors-
assist in the taking care of the125c. 50c and $1.00 per bottle. show.
No trouble to j
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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/m1/8/: accessed June 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.