The May Bugle (May, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 16, 1923 Page: 4 of 8
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THE MAY BUGLE
CHAS. W. LATTA
Editor and Publisher
Entered as second-class matter October
8, 19J8, at the post office at May, Okla-
homa, under the act of March 3, 1897
Published every Thursday at May,
Harper County', Oklahoma.
Subscription Trice, $1.50 pin year, in
I*. A. Sandifur was the lucky
mnn to win the premium offered
by 'I'he Bugle on Trades llay.
A M. Strate drove over to Pro-
tection. Kans., on Tuesday on a
combined business and pleasure
Clark Seals has been regularly
appointed as pumper to look after
the railroad water supply here
and at (late.
Vera Williams arrived from Wich-
ita Monday night to spend a few
weeks visiting with her grandma,
Mrs. J. H. Pennington.
Mrs. .1,. P>. Pile has 1m en very ill
for several days past and it is said
her illness was caused by her hav-
ing been badly stung by bees.
Quite a number of friends gath-
ered at the T. II. Fleming home .wc u.v.. i^.iww men aim wm-
last evening and had a very enjoy- always manifesting that regard to I
able social time with ice cream and ! any and all who were in trouble
cake for refreshments j and needing help the most. Cong
after the fact of being president
A. F. Higgins, May (2)
In some of the above cases the
subscriptions had not yet expired,
and to such as these we owe a
special word of thanks.
In publishing this list we are
not unmindful of the fact that
several, whose names we are tak-
ing oir the list for non-payment,
will read the above names and
borrow the paper from those who
(P>y Dr. Moessner)
To be President of the United
States is a great achievement; to
accumulate millions is another
great success in life; to become a
great general or admiral is a
great success in the short life of
man. A king, emperor or even
governor of a sfate is considered a
great success, yet Warren Harding
was greater than all of these. The
he was president, yet what he was
the life he lived among meh was
much greater. The love of Cod,
manifest always to all he came in
contact with, that was Harding.,
and constitutes the greatest
achievement man can ever hope
Love begets love. So the man
or woman who loves most is loved
most. Lincoln and Harding will
always live in the heart of the
American people, and to some ex-
tent the whole world, because they
loved their fellow men and were
Mrs. Jordan, who has been very
ill, is ryporled as very much im-
proved anil her son Sam, who has
been here for a week or so in at -
tendance upon her, expects to
leave very soon for his home ir;
Quite a number of the c\i dr m
about town have been on the s ck
during t!u past few days among
the number being Vivian Me
(dung, James Rivers and Alvi;
Wright. All of them are reported
as getting along quite nicely at
Messrs ColFman and Hickey,
two of the teachers engaged to
teach here the coming year, have
been in town for several days mak-
ing preparation to assume their
duties. Both are very affable
gentlemen—to look at. We hope
to enjoy the pleasure of making
their acquaintance soon.
The Roll of Honor
Durihg the past f?w days the
following named subscribers have
called and favored us with cash on J really is."
subscription to The Bugle:
W. E. Sells. May
Chas. M. (irilliths, Chancy
Sam Jordan, Joycoy, Colorado
E. L. Underwood, May.
K. A. Sandifur, May
Frank Patton, Chaney.
A. R. Palmer, Laverne
will have been forgotten as any-
thing but a fact in history, will the
kind, loving, thoughtful manifest-
ations >f love to all be remem-
bered, and today we mourn the
loss of Warren G. Harding more,
mu ’h more, for these attributes
tan a 'c:u,.-e he was our president,
wen ; ■■ we do Linco’n.
It’s the man ever kind, that has
died, ft’s the man who loved us
a1!, and manifested that love to
nil, always, tiial we have lost, and
the lesson we should learn from
the life of Harding is that though
we have all things else and have
not Charity (Love) we are noth-
ing. But if we hav? ibis Charity
(Love) rooted and grounded in
us, as he had, as Lincoln had, as
Christ above all others had, bo-!
cause of this we are greater than!
all els e beside. 1
‘‘God is Love” is the Bib’e de-
finition of love, and what God did
for us, what Lincoln and Harding
did all through their lives, con
stitutes the greatest success in life
for all of us and should he a lesson
to all- just what true greatness
A PRACTICAL P K I END
She—I’d like to give you some
little present as a memento of our
friendship before you go. What
would you like?
He—Er—a couple of dollars
would be appreciated.—Judge.
L. O. Street Grain Co.
Wholesale and retail
Acme and Imperial Flour
Crain, Feed and Coal
Prices and Quality always right.
L. A. Dungan, Mgr.
HARPER COUNTY FREE FAIR
Has Been Dated Fcr
Sept 13, 14, 15, 1923
all t*[Torts are now being made throughout the county to hold a good
lair.. It is onJy about nine weeks until Fair time and it is essential
that farmers and others begin preparing exhibits.
The Fair is open to all in the County who wish to compete for pre-
miums as set out in the Premium List.
Premium List is now ready. Look it over and prepare your exhibits.
Harper County Free Fair Board
£. A. PORTER, Secretary
Beginning at once the business of The May Bugle
will be on a STRICTLY CASH basis All accounts
will be collected up to the end of this week.
The first of each week we will call on our regular
advertisers, once only, for their copy, and will col-
lect for the Ad at the same time. Those who are
not regular advertisers will please bring their copy
to the office—and bring the money to pay for it
at the same time.
On all job printing one-half must be paid when
the order is given, the other half when the work
Subscriptions not paid in advance will be prompt-
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The May Bugle
CHAS. W. LATTA, Publisher.
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Latta, Charles W. The May Bugle (May, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 16, 1923, newspaper, August 16, 1923; May, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc941204/m1/4/: accessed November 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.