The May Bugle. (May, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 30, 1913 Page: 4 of 8
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H.E.SEHY, Edr. and Pub.
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Forget your hummer,
Beat the drum:
Kuost for Ma>
She's going some.
The world lours unceasingly
for bigger and better men.
If you do not read the BUGLE
you are not reading the leading
newspaper in Harper county.
Some do the right thing at the
i DeptuliiK’nl i
For Sale A year’s subscrip-
tion to the BUOI.K, $1.00.
Found A good leather halter.
Owner can have same by calling j home Friday night,
at this office.
For Sale 100 tons of
to a better one.
The Cottage Hotel will satisfy
, that want it you are hungry. A
! trial will convince you.
It is a feat to fit the feet
Fergeson fits them and fits them
neat. His stock is complete and
1 luird to heat.
K. .1. Richards and wife re-
i turned home to Woodward Sun-
day morning after a short visit
with friends here.
A good time is the general n -
! port from those who attended
, the party at the John Chapman
' move S If M • < A 8
wrong time, many do the wrong hay. Also 1(>0 acres of nice,
thing at the right time, and but | fresh grass.-J. M. Kerns, one
a few do the right- thing at the mile north of Doby Springs.
Every man has a right to a on
For Sale-I sell the SINGER
the best sewing machine made
easy monthly installments
set’. The “Singer” is none too
good for your wife, and there is
square deal. He also has a per- that can be met by any purcha-
fect right to grant one to others,
hut in both cases he usually
comes up shy, says Tom Thomp- no better machine on earth than
son. j the old reliable Singer. Drop
.. , . ij.ilme a card and I will call at your
Many men have started into , , . .
. . ’ .Al .. , , e home and explain my proposi-
business with a capital only of ,. .
. .... , , , , tion. A. II. MILLARD,
ability, honesty and good repu- County Agent> Buffalo, Okla.
tation. It is no uncommon thing ___
for men thus handicapped to win when we have nothing else
out and make a success of their i j.’aat we can tj0 for the good of
Life’s a thing of rough and
tumble; life’s a thing of laugh
and grumble: life’s a game of go
and hustle: life’s a thing of rush
and bustle; life’s a play of brain
and muscle: life’s all jump and
buss and Whirr!
A town, unlike a city, is no
place to foster jealousies and to
nourish contentions. All should
learn to know that whatever
will conduce to the welfare of a
town cannot injure her citizens.
The disposition made manifest
by her citizens point to her rise
or downfall. The character of
the people make the town, not
her structures, houses, domes
and monuments, and when the
people los£ interest in the pro-
motion of their town they need
not hope to thrive. Absolute
harmony among the people of a
community is indicative of its
progress. Farmers cannot be at
variance with one another and
prosper: the merchants cannot;
churches cannot, nor can any
similar organization or commu-
nity. Be a booster!
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mankind, and are so poor that
we have nothing else that we
can give, we can always and ev-
erywhere give kindness. Kind-
ly sympathy in another’s inter-
ests; kindly judgment of his ef-
forts: honest pity for his mis-
takes and failures; sincere pleas-
ure in his successes—these are
always in our power if we are
not too self-engrossed to bestow
them, and these will do so much
to fill the present days with sun-
shine and the future with radi-
Report of the Condition of
The May State Bank
At May, in the State of Okla-
homa, at the Close of Busi-
ness Oct. 21st, 1913:
Mrs. Sadie McCreary and chil-
kaffir|dren, of Fargo, visited several
days the past week in the home
of C. E. Talbert and family.
Owen Hopingardner and fam-
ily left Sunday morning for a
short business trip and visit to
Ochiltree, Tex. They returned
John Woodfin and family de-
parted Friday morning on a busi-
ness trip to Lawton and other
eastern points. They returned
home this evening.
The first fall of snow this sea-
son visited May and vicinity ear-
ly Sunday morning. While it
was light, one could tell that it
had snowed alright.
The election held last Friday
to see whether or not May would
incorporate, resulted in a total of
63 votes being cast—41 for and
22 against the proposition.
Watch our columns for the ad-
vertisements of the reliable mer-
chants. Do your trading with
the business men who make a
bid for your patronage through
With every subscription (new
or renewal) up to November 1st
the Bugle will give you free 100
envelopes with your return ad-
dress printed on them. Every
day is bargain day for 15 days.
I can sell you a Singer sewing
merits. If interested, write me
We carry everything in the Hardware, Vehicle and
Implement linos— one of the host and most up-to-date
stores to hi* found in Northwest Oklahoma and it FAIR
PRICES and prompt and courteous treatment appeal to
you, we merit and hope to receive a share of your valu-
Harness, Collars, Etc
If you are contemplating purchasing a new wagon, a
buggy or a vehicle of any description, we invite you to
call and look our line over.
Make Our Store Your Store When in the City.
Yours to Please
May, = Oklahoma.
A Successful Saie.
The big fall sale at the Ferge-
son Mercantile last Friday and
Saturday was a grand success.
Excellent music was furnished
by Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Tucker,
Mrs. Meta Burris and James E.
Morris. An extra corps of clerks
were on duty and all were kept
busy throughout the sale.
Those who won the prizes for
the heaviest trading were:
First—Alex Austin, 100 lbs. U.
! S. Flour.
Second—M. II. Goodall, 50 lbs.
U. S. Flour.
Third—Mrs. II. E. Sehy, Serge
One Day Only
i Save More Than Half
Loam* and Discounts, - $36,034.51
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured, 0 - 199.05 I
Stocks, Bonds, Warrants, Etc. - - 3,078.51 j
Furniture and Fixtures,
Duo From Banks, -
Cash in Bank, -
Capital Stock Paid In,
Surplus Fund, - -
Undivided Profits, Less Expenses and
Taxes Paid, ...
Individual Deposits, Subject to Check,
Demand Certificates of Deposit,
Cashier s Checks Outstanding, - - 7 2.16
Total, - - - I 52,324.71
Fourth —Mrs. P. L. McClung,
easy monthly pay- Silk Waist.
Fifth—Mrs. Pearl Newman,
and I will call on you and explain I \y00i Blanket.
all about the best sewing ma-l .__
chine on the market. —A. H. Mil-
lard. Buffalo, Okla.. salesman
1.750.00 and collector for Harper countv.
State of Oklahoma. County of Harper-ss.
1, V. li. Browne, cashier of the above named
[First Published in the May Bugle Oet. 30th, 1913]
Notice For Publication.
Department of the Interior,
U. S. Land Office at Woodward, Okla.
October 23. 1913.
Notice is hereby given that Jonathan I&hmael,
of May, Oklahoma, who, on April 16, 1907, made
39,..*03.66 j^vm^atead Entry No. 36218, Serial No. 015054, for
NE Qr NK Qr of Section 21, Township 21 North,
Range 24 West, Indian Meridian, has filed notice
of intention to make Final Five-Year Proof to es-
tablish claim to the land above described, before
the Register and Receiver of the United States
Land Office, at Woodward, Oklahoma, on the 1st
Desirable rooms for rent, eith- j Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement j Jay of DtM.cmljer 1913
Claimant names as witnesses: Peter T Liene-
cr by the day or week at reason- ,'Tue„toih!b“t ofmy know,cdire and b-taf,:80
. J Help Me God.
V. B. Browne. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me. this 27th
day of October. 1913.
[Seal] Nels.E CasTBLLO. Notary Public.
C. H. Martin,
S. T Morey.
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
Get in Line With the Bunch.
O K E R
tnann. Otto T. Lienemann, Albert VV. Ishmael and
Arthur Wilson, all of May. Oklahoma.
Geo. D Orner, Register.
(First Published in the May Bugle Oct. 9th, 1813]
Notice For Publication.
Department of the Interior,
1 U. S. I.and Office at Woodward, Okla.
Sept. 22. 1915. 1
Notice is hereby given that Adam J. Bouse, of
May. Oklahoma, who, on April 3. 1908. made
Homestead Entry No. 38823, Serial No. 021376. for
I Lot 1 of Sec. 3i». Town. 25 North, Range 24 West,
; and SE qr of the SE qr of See. 24, and E hf NE qr
of Sec. 25. Town. 25 North. Range 25 West, Indian
, Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make
! final Five-Year Proof to establish claim to the
■ land above described, before the Register’and
Recover of the United States Land Office, at
Woodward. Oklahoma, on the I2th day of Novexn-
; her. 1813.
Claimant name* as witreaaes: Francis E. Van-
< fleet, John W. V'anflee*. Henry C. Mathews and
WiDie B Bairttt. ai* of May. Okla.
Geo. D. 0*n»r. Register.
j [First Published in the May Bus* Oct. 2d. 1913.] ’
Notice For Publication.
Department «»f the Interior.
t' S I.and Office at Woodward. Okla.
A'igait 27. 1911.
Note* as hereby riven that Fred If Crnj, of
May. Oatahmna. who, on July 15th. 191«*. irabe
Hmeotenu Entry N«x for N hf SW qr. SE
qr SW qr Sec. X NE qr XW it See. PV T<rwn«htp
North, Riacr H In aa m. ha*
• hied notice of antentma in r»>4» F~r.a* Throw-Year
Proof to ertnMIoh Haws In the bund nferwe de-
kt-M before L E Civ* Clerk of the fFntrses
Court. Harper County. Oklahoma, at Bsfah
Election Board Meeting.
May, Okla., Oct. 29. 1913.
The Election Board for the
Town of May met at the H. Pitt-
man residence, all members be-
H. Pittman was election chair-
man and F. I). Borthick clerk.
The board then proceeded to
divide the town into wards, as
All east of Fourth Street to be
known as Ward No. 1.
That portion between Fourth
Street and Roosevelt Street to
be known as Ward No. 2.
That portion between Roose-
velt Street and McKinley Street
to be known as Ward No. 3.
Forrest D. Borthick
Do it for May—Boost!
The Alva Hospital
For the Care and Treatment of
Strk-tly Ethical. Conscientious Service P* the
G. N. WOOLLEY, - Supt.
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Sehy, H. E. The May Bugle. (May, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 30, 1913, newspaper, October 30, 1913; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc941113/m1/4/: accessed November 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.