The May Bugle. (May, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 26, 1914 Page: 1 of 8
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THE MAY BUGLE.
A Weekly Newspaper for the People.
(Successor to the Buffalo Bugle and May Exchange)
Subscription Price, $1.00 Per Year.
MAY, HARPER COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, MARCH 2fi, 1914.
You Get Your Money When
You Sign Papers.
Best Rate in Harper County.
Call and See Me.
B. E. WILLIAMS.
Abstracter. Buffalo, Okla.
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CARRY PLENTY SAND.
I observed a locomotive in the railroad yard one day,
It was waiting in the round-house, where locomotives stay;
It was panting for the journey, it was coaled and fully manned
And it had a box the fireman was filling full of sand.
It appears that locomotives cannot always get a grip,
On their slender iron pavement, 'cause the wheels are apt to slip;
When they reach a slippery spot, their tactics they command,
And to get a grip upon the rail, they sprinkle it with sand.
It’s about,this way with travel all along life’s slippery track,
If your load is rather heavy and you’re always slipping back;
So, if a common locomotive you completely understand,
You’ll provide yourself in starting with a good supply of sand.
If your track is steep and hilly and you have a heavy grade,
If those who’ve gone before have the rails quite slippery made;
If you ever reach the summit of the upper table land,
You'll find you have to do it with the liberal use of sand.
If you strike some frigid weather and discover at your cost,
That you’re liable to slip on a heavy coat of frost,
Then some prompt, decided action will be called into demand,
And you'll slip ’way to the bottom if you haven’t any sand.
You can get to any station that is on life’s schedule seen,
If there’s fire beneath the boiler of ambition’s strong machine;
You’ll reach a place called Flushtown at a speed that’s simply grand,
If for all the slippery places you’ve a good supply of sand.
Program of Harper County
Teachers Association Meeting at
Laverne April 3rd and 4th 1914
Friday, 7:30 P. M.
Quartette.. Laverne High School
R. H. Wilson, of Oklahoma City,
Reading____Miss Maude Drake,
N. W. College, Alva.
Mail Quartette, Laverne G. C.
Saturday, 9:30 A .M.
Invocation.. Rev. J. L. Demaree
of May, Oklahoma.
Song____Fifth and Sixth Grades
of Laverne, Oklahoma.
Addr’ss, Welc’me, John Flourney
of Laverne, Oklahoma.
Response.........T. A. Seebert
of Kibby, Oklahoma.
Recitation____... Dortha Fielder
of Mt. Glora, Oklahoma
“Preparing Eighth grade for
of May, Oklahoma.
Quartette____Laverne Glee Club
“Value of and. Preparation for
County Declamatory Contest’ ’
of Murray, Oklahoma.
Demonstration Lesson in Prim-
ary Reading ..Lula E. Uroomen
S. W. Normal. Weatherford
Japanese Song and Drill..Third
and Fourth Grades, of Laverne,
Brownie Drill. .First and Second
Primary, of Laverne, Oklahoma.
Reading.....Miss Maude Drake
of N. W. College, Alva.
Male Quartette. Laverne G. C.
Address to Teachers, State Supt.
R H. Wilson, of Oklahoma City
Double-Header Basket Ball Game
High School. City and Gate.
D. S. Burk drove over to the
farm Monday, and left Herbert
to “bach” a few days by him-
The Fairview and May base
ball teams are booked for anoth-
er game Saturday, if the weath-
er is fair, on the May diamond
at 3 p. m.
Nyals Shampoo leaves the hair
soft and glossy.—Wilson’s.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Venn,
north of May, are rejoicing over
the arrival of a new baby girl at
their home, born last Friday.
A meeting was held at the
West Otter School house Monday
night to consider the matter of
consolidating with other districts.
We have not learned the result
of the conference. Fairview and
Ocate are the other districts in
the preposed consolidation.
The entertainment that was to
have been given at Morey’s hall
Saturday night has been post-
poned to Thursday night of next
week. It is given by the Chris-
this week visiting friends.
Mrs. Frank Roberts is visiting
her grandmother, at Sharon,
Stop youn hair falling out.
Use Nyals Hair Tonic.— Wilsons.
Mrs. W. R. Phillips of near,
Fairview, was shopping in May
Get a new cream separator.
Only one left, at 1IA A. Smith
Albert Finnemore, of Fargo,
passed through May Tuesday,
in his Auto, enroute for Laverne
Ed Grace left Friday evening
for Beaver City, to spend a day
or two visiting his brother.
Mart Cannon and Miss Lea
Shepherd spent Sunday at the
home of J. W. and Mrs. Arnot,
Southwest of town.
S. T. Morey made a trip to
Leedy last Friday and disposed
of a couple of cars of hay he had
on the track.
R. L. Clark made a trip to
Vici Monday. John Cloyd turn-
ed the “Juice” on at the light
plant in the evening.
D. S. Burk and son W. R.
made a business trip to Wood-
ward last Saturday returning
Allen Hopper, of the Buffalo
vicinjty, passed through this place
last Saturday on his way to East-
ern Oklahoma. \
Just one 5. Horse Power Gas-
olin Engine left. I will sell cheap
on easy terms. H. A. Smith
Lots of tame oats and a few
wild ones have been sown here
this spring. Liable to be a crop
of one or the other.
Born: Monday, March 23, to
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Scott, a little
girl baby. Dr. C. L. Amos was
the attending physician.
James Linch was kicked by a
mule last week, but the affair
was not serious, and Mr. Linch
Regular Services at the M. E.
church cavil second and fourth
Sunday, by the Pastor, J. L
Demaree. Prayer Meeting and
Bible Study every Wednesday
night, at S o’clock.
Sunday School at the M. E.
church every Sunday morning
at 10 a. in. Everyone cordially
Junior League and Bible Study
for the children euch Wednesday
evening after school hours, from
4:15 until 5 o’clock.
Parents, neighbors and friends
are cordially invited to attend
any and all of these services.
Union Sunday School every
Sunday at 10 a. m. Preaching
every 2nd and 4th, Sunday, by
Henry Pitman, Pastor.
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. E. A.
Berdell. Laverne, Oklahoma.
C. H. MARTIN, Pres. S. T. MOREY, V-Pres.
V. B. BROWNE, Cashier.
WHAT IS YOUR BANKING CONNECTION?
This question invariably arises when a
young man starts out for himself, and unless
he is able to answer it satisfactorily he can not
win the confidence of older men in the game.
A man is known by the company ho keeps and
THK HANK MIC DOES BUSIN WITH.
We take pride in maintaining an institu-
tion THAT REFLECTS CREDIT UPON OUR CUSTO-
No MATTER WHAT YOUR AGE OH CIRCUMSTAN-
CES, AN ACCOUNT WITH US WILL HE HELPFUL TO
MAY STATE BANK,
A HOME BANK.
Good meals at all times at the
tion Ladies Aid society. The! is getting over the injury all
main feature will be a rendering j right.
of the comic farce entitled ‘From
Pumpkin Ridge, ’ ’ by home talent.
It is a very humorous farce and
you will en.ioy it.
J. E. Gibson has moved to the
Wm Boyle School land, on the
rural route from Murray. He
came in to have his paper sent
to Murray instead of May, and
i said we could tell our readers he
thought the Bugle the best pap-
er in the country—that if he did-
n’t he wouldn’t take it. Mr.
Gibson will plant 100 acres this
Merchant Shepherd and family
moved Tuesday to the Tom Har-
lan residence, in the east part of
towu. They formerly occupied
the MacLeod property.
C. P. Stallings and Mark Bish-
op came over from Gage Tues-
day to spend a few days in May
and vicinity, in the interest of
the Kansas City Life Ins. Co.
T. M. Melton, representative
of the Otto Weiss Stock food
Co., of Wichita, Kans., was pla-
Mella Cloyd eighth grade and
May Seals sixth grade still hold
the bell this month, and June
Platt receives it in the seventh.
Ethel Patten is absent part of
this week on account of sick-
Laura Cooper visited the school
Miss Patten and Mrs. Gould
are preparing an Easter program
for the churches.
Professor Hollen has just re-
ceived a school play, which the
children will take up and pre-
pare for the last of school.
Mr. Demaree was a school vi-
sitor Tuesday afternoon.
Miss Mella Cloyd of the eigh-
th grade is to be sent to Buffalo
to the spelling contest, March,
Pearl Borthic is absent because
Marion and Marshall Walker
are again in school.
Nellie Lynch has entered school
School work in general is pro-
The Elocution class is work-
ing hard. —Princess
Make your wife happy-pur-
chase her a new Singer sewing
machine. A. H. Millard, agent^
, OfBe* Phon* 27
Watches, clocks, jewelry, yjL
verware, etc., at Grace’s.
The Bugle prints sale bills—
the right kind.
Make your final proof before
L. E. Grays, District Clerk, at
We now urge all our subscrib-
ers to renew their subscription to
The Bugle and get four maga-
zines one year for only 18c extra.
WRITE OR PHONE.
C. U AMOS
Surgeon. : :
Special attention given to dis-
eases of women and children.
All ealls promptly attended.
mre cnc« Phon*?*
DR. T. S. STAFFORD
If you are not reading the Bu-
gle you are not getting the best
When in the county seat I put
up at the Central Hotel—it’s just
like home to me.
A neat, attractive bill will add
much to the success of your pub-
lic sale. Get your bills printed
at the Bugle office.
Office In the Keystone Hofei.
Fred Garnett, the Wichita pro-
duce man, was in May Tuesday
interviewing our business men.
Our weather this week has
been of several varieties. Take! Prices right, and all work strict-
your choice. : jy gUaranteed.
For Sale or Exchange:—
Mrs. Ida DeWater, of Buffalo,
keeps kodak films and supplies
constantly on hand. Expert de-
veloping and printing also done.
Send me your finishing by mail.
Realustate was up in the air
again Tuesday, but it came
down again and much of it set-
tled in the Bugle office.
Notice to Farmers;—I have
just received a shipment of Okla-
homa seed corn, grown near
Kingfisher. Three varieties
Yellow Dent, White Wonder and
Bloody Butcher. Bert Flint.
The Superintendents and teach-
ers of the Sunday School have
arranged to hold joint sessions
after prayer-meeting hours to
discuss Sunday School work.
Others who are so inclined arc
invited to meet with them.
Mrs. N. T., Fisue, of Way*
noka, left Tuesday, after a brief
visit with her mother. Mrs.
Precilla McGuire, and her sister
Mrs. R. B Chase. She came
chiefly on account of her moth-
ers illness. The old lady has
spring, to Feterita, Maize, Kaffir:cjn^ orcjers with our merchants __________ ____________ CIS Illllcoo. illc „1U 1€lu>
and Indian t orn - four crops as|Monday. He goes from here to.Some good town property, also! Tell vour neighbors about our been quite feeble of late but
he says, in one season. jGate. < good farm on easy terms. Office!.. ’ rf : seems some better at this time
W.L. Hardy, from overt*; M„ Melvin Hicks and child-)with F. J -Gould. May Okl* fouMHke to set thl Bugle and The teachers and pupils and
ward Gage, was in May Friday j ren arrived Sunday evening and | • A* HARD- • four big magazines, all one year. ! all others who wish to attend
and made the Bugle office a call, she and her husband are now Art Lee, the broom corn buy-j lv *1 18 I will meet at the M. E. church
also subscribing for the paper. • housekeeping in the Mrs. Wise cr of Elk City, was here Monday * ___ 1 next Sunday immediately after
He is looking after a class of residence, northeast part of May. | and he and Bert Flint contract-
stock animal he saw advertised N'r- Hicks is a salesman in the, od for a load of broom corn.
. , _ . . , . . • Tallman store. ! Mr. Flint is on the market for
in the Bugle by another subscri-
SttD KAfflR (ORN
j the close of the Sunday Schools
! to hear a further report from
Brftzilliiut Black Hull \anety.t Delegate to El Reno. Mrs.
her You will find ihe Bugle a Candidates for Governor 0f!another car* 1912 crop, in fine condition. For1 Leiat rendered a very a.voptable
_ t— w f.tr cyclic. , _ Oklahoma arc as thick this year The new story*. “The Valliants sale at Farmers Supply Co. Kleva- report last Sunday. inti could
Sec Fergeson Merc, for seed fine exchange medium. Try it,^ ^ ^ jn somc of Virginia," begins with this!tor. $1.50 per bu. !not do full justice to the subject
potatoes. as Mr. Hardv is doing, and also The writer wouldn’t issue. Dont fail to read the be- _ in such a limited time, and by
Canon City Coal and Colorado the other subscriber Mr. S. J. mind the job himself if the sal- gining and every chapter after. unanimous vote, she wai- re-
Lump Coal at the Cozart Eleva- Cooper, who carries the ad men* ary was better. But we can’t It it as pretty a love story a* has Foe 18 cents extra yr j <*n get quested to take the matter up
cifford to quit th%* Bugle ever Uen prinlifl. foit magazines and 1 Ik* Bugle, again next Sunday, ai;
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Cowgill, Mrs. W. T. The May Bugle. (May, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 26, 1914, newspaper, March 26, 1914; May, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc941186/m1/1/: accessed December 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.