The May Bugle (May, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 29, 1923 Page: 4 of 8
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THE MAY BUGLE
CHAS. W. LATTA
Editor and I^ublisher
Entered as second-dasa matter Octolmr
3, 1918, at the postoffice at May, Okla-
homa, under the act of March 8, 1S9*
that we have decided to otTer it to
readers of this paper in the lorm
of a serial. Do not miss tlte open-
The new Spring Blouses in Ori-
ental patterns are something to be
proud of; they are at Graces.
Published every Thursday at May,
Hurper County, Oklahoma.!
Subscription Price, $1.50 pel year, in
Great Story by
Cent A Word Ads
For Sale, Wanted, L»at, Found, etc
The rate for advertising .in this column Is
one cent per word i>er inrertion.
Alice Hegan Rice found humor,
romance and some of the most ap-
pealing qualities of the human
heart in a terribly squalid section
of the suburbs in Louisville, Ky.,
known as [the Cabbuge Patch;
Grace Miller White has discovered
the same qualities ami some Ex-
tremely winsome heroines in a set-
tlement of squatter; Kate Douglas
Wiggin; Zona Gal? and other tal-
ented writers have found equally
appealing subjects of fascinating
novels in submerged sections of
humanity and very unpromising
environments, but we don’t be-
lieve that any of them have found
exactly the sort of material or
struck exactly the same human
note as Florence Bingham Livings-
ton has in her very powerful story,
entitled “The Custard Cup”-
It is the author’s first book, by
the way, yet it has placed her in-
stantaneously in the front; rank of
feminine novelists in America.
The people dealt with in this story
are poor, so poor that they live in
a barn in the rear of a group of
tenement houses in San Francisco;
yet they get more out of li fe than
any of their neighbors and more
than does the average occupant of
a mansion. It is a tale filled with
humor and heart interest and so
fascinating in characters and plot
Next Wednesday, April 4th, has
been decided upon as clean up day
at the I. 0. O. F. cemetery. The
committee in charge announces
that the work will begin about 9
o’clock A. M. and will be contin-
ued all day until the grounds are
put in the best possible condition.;
Everyone owning lots In the cem-
etery is requested to join and do
their share in this work; to be on
hand early in Ihe morning and
come prepared to stay all day, if
necessary. This means to bring
needed tools and your dinner.
Everybody interested will please
take notice and be at the cemetery
on time next Wednesday morning.
The most complete line of new
Spring Shoes have just arrived at.
the Grace Mercantile Store.
Henry l^efifler was among the
number who were in from the
north country yesterday to do
some Faster trading.
John Schneider ope of the pro-
minent farmers ffwn southwest
Chaney, was transacting business
here on Tuesday.
Tuesday night a number of the
young people gathered at the Ruf-
fin home to help celebrate the fif-
teenth anniversary of Roy Ruffin’s
birthday- They had a right good
time with games and lunch.
Patronize the Want Ad column
in The May Bugle if you have
anything to sell, or want to buy
Eggs For Hatching Black Cor-
mish Gam?; .Setting of 15 eggs $1.
J. R. MaLoste-
For Sale—Fvergremi broomcorn
seed. Mrs. E. R. Chapman, 5
miles west of Muy~ Bring sacks.
LEGHORN EGGS—Tom Barron
strain, for haiehing. $<1.00 per
100. L. D. Feaather, May, Okla.
Turkey Eggs -Pure Bourbon
Reds. 25^ each. J. N.. Baggs. !
Mules For Sale—Some good)
work mules and 2-yr-olds. Cash j
time or trade for cattle.. J. N.(
Pure Bred Barred Rock Eggs
50t for 15, or $3*0 per 100. G.
Eggs—S. C. Rhode island Reds,
$3.00 per 100 or 5(R per setting at
A. J. Horner’s.
Wanted—Seixip iron and bones.
$5:per too for iron and $10 for dry
bones. Price goo l till May 1st.'
Delivered in May; wejgh at Street
elevator. J. <E. Coss.
S. C. Buff Orphington eggs for
hatching $3.00 per hundred 50(*
per setting at the farm.
Mrs. Guy Mitchell
R.l May, Okla.
REWARD--Strayed or Stolen,
one female Llewellyn Setter, whiter
with black spots on neck and black
ticked on body. Notify The Bu-(
Eggs for Hatching—A few set-
tings of choice pure bred Buff Or-
pington eggs, the bred-to-lay kind.
$1.00 for 15. Act quick as quan-
tity is limited. Call at The Bugle
office or phone 21.
Coal! Coal!—Just received a
carload of choice Canyon City,
Colorado lump coal. None better
to be had anywhere. A. S. El-
more at Nelson Elevator, May,
ilev. and Mrs. J. I). Niles rr.ov-
e€ In' Luverne yesterday. Mr.
N lies has accepted an appointment
from the Kansas conference to
preach in that vicinity and will
make his home ,nt Laverne while 1
conducting MrC.hodist services
there and at otlier points.
The pupils of the High School
put op a minstrel show at the
school auditorium last night which
drew a big crowd and those who
attended are unanimus in saying it
was one of the best school enter-
tainments ever given here, and uL
hope to see other entertainment*
of tthe:same'kiml here before the
school year er-ds.
John Cloyd started up his kero-
sene stove this morning in the bat-
tery department of the Cloyd
machine shop and a f?w minute.*
later discovered that the inside of
room had caught fire Bud Her-
ren was on the .spot in time with a
big bucket of water and between
them the fire was a ut almost as
soon as started.
MAY MEAT MARKET
_ Carries.n full line of
Fresh and Cured Meats, and Lunch Goods
Lo O- Street Grain Ccl
Grain, Coal, Feed and Flour
Buy your flour Here. We sell it for less
Let us bid on your grain
JL F- Wheeler,, Mgr.
*Phon? 44 * May, Okla.
Want to Buy?
SAVE YOU MONEY
ANY MAKE OF CAR
If you have not seen that Ser-
vice line of Silk Hose for Spring
you have missed a treat. Grace
will show you.
Mrs A. L. Best and the children
were in from the farm on Tuesday
for the first time in several weeks.
They have all been more or less on
the sick list and Mr. was danger-
ously ill for about a month. He
is now getting along nicely.
Barney Vanfleet was in yester-
day from the farm four miles west
of tswn and ordered bills printed
for a big pubhe. sale to be held
Thursdap of next week. The bills
will be printed and circulated at
once and it will be one of the real-
ly big sales of the year.
CHAS. W. LATTA
Real Estate and Rentals
See us before you buy
Ask for your Silverware Tickets; given Free mifc
earh 50c Cash purchase.
MOREY MOTOR CO.
McDonald Drug Store
We Save You Money
We Pay the Postage
Help Develop Our
Dr. T. C. MOESSNER
Physician and Surgeon
Office and Residence Opposite the
Phone 30, May, Okla.
THE MAY BUGLE
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Latta, Charles W. The May Bugle (May, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 29, 1923, newspaper, March 29, 1923; May, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc941156/m1/4/: accessed June 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.