The May Monitor. (May, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 25, Ed. 1 Friday, September 15, 1905 Page: 1 of 4
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to be of value to the ad-
vertiser, must be placed
where it will reach the
people he wants to reach.
The May Monitor
is read by more people in
the Heaver Valley than
ALL OTHER county papers
IT REACHES THE PEOPLE.
MAY, WOODWARD COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, SEPTEMBER 15. 1905,
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FORCED TO CHANGE.
Sale bills at this office.
George Wilson, and wife at-
tended the editorial picnic at
Ft. Supply Monday.
Nola Kimbrell led the
Christian Eudeayer last Sun-
day night and we had one of
the best meetings since the
society was organized.
The Misses Mary and Mar-
tha Fairley and Flora Shore
were guests at the May Hotel
Sunday evening on their way
to Woodward to make final
proof. They were three of
the ^oiliest girls that ever
were m May.
Russell has some of the fi-
nest lamps you ever saw. See
John Ra.venscraft, of Cupid
was in May Tuesday on bus -
Mrs. Russell is on the sick
list this week.
Maud Wilson is acting as
drv goods clerk for Air. Russ-
Albert Mickle, formerly of
Coffeevilie, Kansas, came in
with I. N. Bverley fr-.m Kan-
sas and will probably locate
near Mav as he is tired of liv-
ing on a rented place.
Arthur Manning, from up
in Beayer county was in Ma\
Wednesday on his way to
N, G. Moodv was transact-
ing business in May V ednes-
Phebe James left here for
Alva Monday, where she will
enter the Normal school.
W. C. Thomas and Evert
Kimbrell returned from Wood-
ward Wednesday e\enmg.
They look for another hung
jury in the “Long case.
B, O’Neil, of Catesby, was
in May Wednesday on his way
to Supplv on business. He
called at this office to pay the
fees on a publication for Mr.
Some people realize that a business firm that does a cash
business can undersell the firm that operates on bor-
rowed capital. We find ourself in the latter class, and
uy henoe unable to compete with the cash houses, so we
Y will have to sell for cash to compete with cash house.
^ We will sell as cheap for cash as anyone.
We have extended credit to many of our customers
whose accounts have now run for twelve months or ™
more, and as the wholesale houses will not extend credit
to us for more than thirty to sixty days we have been J\
% obliged to pay big-interest to help these customers out. ig
^ We can not afford to do this any longer. ^ ^
I shall now be compelled to collect these outstanding
accounts to meet my bills, so to these customers I wish
You must settle your old accounts before I can let you
have any more goods. Call in and see me.^
New Wool Dress Goodes Ai
We are receiving our fall and winter goods and must
make room for them. All goods must go and we will ^
sell cheap for cash. New wool dress goods of the lat-
_______/I .n,, nopri Them, so come early while you ^
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' The First National Bank l
of Woodward, Oklahoma. J;
■i; are tint depository of Woodward County. ^
e are the depository of |)ewey County.
e are the only National Hunk in Woodward County. ^
e aro the depository of the people. J
p pay interest on time deposits.
YOU ARE INVITED TO JOIN OUR MULTITUDE ^
■» OF CUSTOMERS. ?
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Donald MacLeod M. D.
Special Attention Given
sell cheap lor casn. ^ w w — -
est patents and you need them, so come early while you
can get your pick of patterns.
Surgery g Diseases of Women.
\ FREE National Range Stove FREE j
^ On September 16th, 1905.
2 We will give away Absolutely Free a National V
Range Cook Stove as l«t premium and a National f
Heating Stove as second prize. _ V
CONDITIONS: Each person must bring in a wa- £
ter melon on Sept. 16th and to the one guessing ^
nearest the correct number of seeds in the largest C
melon brought in will be given the National Cook £
Stove, and to the next nearest guess the Heating £
Stove No one allowed but one guess. Melons to w
served to the crowd at the store, £
We sell National Stoves and Ranges.
j. o«riwuiK. T. B. Howard & Co. Gage. ^
How Times Have Changed
J. J. Rader, of Murray, was
in May Tuesday on his way
home from Supply and asked
for a sample of the Monitor.
He filed on a piece of land
lately and is pleased with the
prospects for a big crop in
this country next year.
Jesse Kelley, of Aline, is
visiting his brother Jim this
week and trying to imbibe a
generous supply of health from
the healthy air here.
Mayo Pederson and Harry
Innis started Friday for Far-
The time was when a mer-
chant kept his accounts by cut-
ting notches on a broom han-
dle or by making marks on the
door, but the curtain rises on
steam boats, niilroads, tele-
phones, wireless telegraphy,
trusts and monopolies.
Now the spirit of the age,
even self preservation,demands
that the merchant, the farmer
the doctor, the teacher, even
the preacher, should all have jnn;s started Friday tor F ar-
a business training and under- ||r<j with cattle to be shipped to
stand commercial paper and j^ansas (j;ty.
the science of accounts—not
alone for its culture value,but
to be able to transact business
without being fleeced.
Experience n* not a fiee
G. W. Bailey, of Fargo,
was in May the first of the
week. While here he sold a
buggy to Rev. Ballard and a
L. J. Gandy passed through
May last Friday on his way -----
from Supply to Speeremoore. feara entertained, in honor of
\ Party. J- C. Enlow and family], 'all pay I co AT bi nder \o George Jones.
• • \ started Sunday for a visit with in »tlL * ar ’j to fit tuition Every young person I This is a good location for an
(Delayed in transnussit n. ^is parents in West \ irginia » - Awf-isses that fit. No I should know that the .juickest implement house, but like any
On last Thursday mg u j t<) be gone about two or three ^ fop examination. ’ * easiest and the least expensive other business, must have the
August 31st. M rs W.R. Fed- j nlonths. The proposition lor r>f this training is personal attention of someone
A petition is being circulat-
^ M. J. Enlow, of May, was
in Beaver the first of the week.
He has been on his claim at
Riverside improving it. He re-
turned to May this week.
— Beaver Herald.
Fred Howe has rented his
farm and will move to the
Chickasaw Nation in a few
weeks While we regret to
see him go we wish him all the
good fortune that can come to
any man in his new home.
team enieriaimu, m —|Mrs. Enlow and Mrs. Russell
Misses Cora and Bertha Shir- t() ^ to Colorado was dropped
way of getting this training is
to take a business course in
—.........i -----------. . ** ed to establish a rural route |somc up-to-date Commercial
_ ,. two accomplished young Q.t short notice and the newjout „f May to the west and;^chooi that not only teaches
ladies of Bethany Okla. plan substituted, He has ren- j s((utll west The farmers ^ I the theory ot book keeping, but
being graciously recie\eu >> j tej all his property here am :scl.vcall the conveniences that business training as well,
the Hostess, the first amuse- is in shape to take the world j can be procured for them and | The best time is now; the
Mr. Russell . . . Do all in
ment of the evening was a tlv-
’ * ; rest of
ls a fly- easy for a time. Mr. Kus^H i this is one of them. Do all in
ing game of pit, the rest ot bought his holdings in the — ---------
Fred Howe was a Fargo vi-
Bob Reynolds and wife re-
can be procured tor mem itiiu I The best time is now; me turned from Colorado Friday
this is one of them. Do all in j,est place is the Capital City well pleased with the looks of
| your power to help the move! Business College, Guthrie, j the country.
the evening was sPent ,njtownsite of May ami is now, ajono. Okla.—the largest Commer-j rp. c .. . ,rs nrinted
party games and plays. Fe_; re.*»dy to sell you the choice of ” L-i-il and Shorthand school of ^ v ‘ ^ l-‘ . iast
freshments were served about tbe lots. The Monitor is glad j The work of tracklaying on . ^ e Territori es. and the only’1 ’’ •" .Y ^ lmiv what foils
...........—......................-t-th. visit lthe Guthrie, Fairview & !,V«e teachimr a system of Book week just to show what folks
J ‘,r a Western was begun last week !^ .n t|iat js actual busi- MIKC ‘ 1 *
They will come back atid the road will be in hand-1 jrom start to finish. The Musquawkie show
If the 1
Cora Shirley met with a
very painful accident last Sun-
day evening while out riding.
Her horse threw her off and
she struck on her hand dislo-
cating the wrist. Dr. Mac_
Leod dressed the arm Tues-j
day morning and no serious
damage will result, but it will
seriously interfere with her
duties as school teacher till
the wrist gets over its sore-
ness. Her friends are glad i
that it is no worse and hope
she will soon recover the us*
of the hand.
ten thirty, consisting of some t[iat they can make the
of Mr. Red teams delicious vvat- and pniov themselves
er melons. The guests ah Dme. 1 nev win eumc janrt tne roaei ^ ^ ............
disapeared about 12 o clock better pleased with Oklahoma ]jng freight soon. If the; r . wagons began arriving just
wishing the young ladies many tl,an ever, for such is the wav ; proper overtures are made! \V- W- Moore brought in a time yesterday
more such entertainments. „f the people w ho leave here. this road will build through sample of the grain he raised ^ ^ it’s a safe bet that the
From one w ho was there. They are always glad to re- ti,,s county, either through on sod on hm farm seven miles ^ ^ (h)V thougt more of the
turn. Gage or Supply and up the northeast of May. the s,im- s|,mv than of his lesson.
\Y. N. Thomas went to the Beaver river. pies are now in the Monitor |
county seat the first of the Change of Date. # Office and are as good as any qrjie Musquawkee people
week to appear as a witness _ Parents should show their samples of grain you ever saw tju. misfortune to loose
in the “Long” case, »i,B;„M.mpii-vnf appreciation of the school by ra,sed on old ground. Come tl r high diving dog Duke
Owemsr to the iaclemenv\ of o theschoo| aml pivinit in ami »« what OkUlioma sod j t fht-v came into May
1 N. liverly rcturne.1 from the weather the .ce cream so- the thecnconracement will ran*. (. .ter.lay an.1 .l„l not »how.
Kansas Tuesday to look after ;aj that was lulled for last .... have not They have rebilled the town
hi, corn crop. He will return s ,av „a, postponed for,sh' d«crT«.s-' . The courts are now- probu.K|^ Xhur„,aT. Duke
to his work apam Sunday and w0l.ks Now don't for- "lea how a little apprcctat.on thc wtan.lal of the l-MUitaMv. -unljB.,t from the wa«on and
stay fora month or so. His ' * shown helps the anxious teach- insurance conij>any and there ^otrunoverandforsentimen-
appearance would lea<l one to ge t F J1 1 j incidentally er. The editar of this I^per t w;n be a washing of dirty lin- tal reasons they cut that date.
MnLrinRhi',.l^^r help the preacher out a littleJ knows for he's hen there. ' They come well recontended.
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Deem, Charles F. The May Monitor. (May, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 25, Ed. 1 Friday, September 15, 1905, newspaper, September 15, 1905; May, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc942271/m1/1/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.