The Harper County Democrat (Buffalo, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 15, Ed. 1 Friday, August 6, 1915 Page: 3 of 4
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1 ■’ Bits of News About People You Know Briefly Told.
See Hubbard for Harness, tf
W. E. Foster has a new auto.
L. E. Shane was in town Fri-
A full line of Ford repairs at Hub-
Mr. Bowers was a Rosstonite
in Buffalo Monday.
A. L. Roberts was over from
A. L. Stewart of Wichita was
in town Wednesday of this week.
A. Russel of west of town was
on our streets Friday.
Call and let us show you our Silo
Sitka Lumber Co. Sitka, Kans.
George Anderson of east of
Buffalo was in town Friday.
A. F. Higgins of May made a
visit to the county seat last Fri-
Mark and Witt Terry -were in
Buffalo the latter part of last
Hayward and IHugh Gall left
for ^Colorado the first of the
Rev. Hutchinson came in the
middle of the week to assist in
the revival services.
Virgil Harmon of Willard was
a business visitor in the county
Mrs. Chas. Herndon and baby
of Panina visited Mrs. E. T.
Thorn this week.
Fred Kimbler of the Gyp Val-
ley neighborhood made the city
a visit last Friday.
A three-inch rain fell in the
Paruna neighborhood Thursday
night and Friday.
E. J. Dick made trips to Gate,
Enid, Oklahoma City and Wood-
ward the past week.
M. C. Matthieson, W. D. Fors-
ter. C. W. Woodford renewed
subscriptions the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Picken-
paugh left Wednesday for Guth-
rie for a visit with relatives.
For Sale-800 bushels kafir 50c
bushel 7 miles north Rosston.
Charles Hanna. 8'6'3t
Regardless of any rate quoted you by
any Loan Agent, don’t sign an applica-
tion till you see me. C. A. yatt
Frank White is the possessor
of a new auto. He made a trip
to the show at Woodward Mon-
Lightning struck or.e of J. W
Whittenberg’s mules Wednesday
and mule heaven now has one
more harp brayer.
Miss Velma Harding and Mr.
Clyde H. Brant of Supply were
married Mondav at the court
house by Judge Walker.
T W. Moredock of the Willard
neighborhood was a welcome
visitor the first of the week and
left us a dollar on subscription.
About an inch of rain has fal-
len since our last issue. Delight-
fully cool weather followed. A
good prospect is now for feed
The Harp family left last Sat-
urday. We did not learn their
destination. Their many friends
■end their best wishes with the
Mr. and Mrs. Phipps of Hazel-
ton. Kansas, are visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Frey
Mr. Phipps is contemplaiing pur-
chasing land in this vicinity.
See Hubbard for Harness. tt.
S. Randolph of Jet was in Buf-
F. F. Stone and family were
See Sitka Lumber Co. for Sharpies
E. E. Davis of Laverne was in
W. N. Rhoades of Charleston
was in town Saturday.
Hal Turner of Tulsa is visiting
relatives in this vicinity.
Make your final proof before L. E.
Cray8, clerk of the district court
Mont Morrison was a visitor in
the county seat Wednesday.
R. H. Ross of Rosston was in
town Wednesday of this week,
L. M. Berry was a Laverne
businessman in town Wednesday
call and let ue show you our Silo
Sitka Lumber oo., Sitka, Kansas, tf
Mrs. W. F. McKibben of near
Buffalo Flats was in Buffalo yes-
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Young of
near May were business visitors
in the county seat Wednesday.
D. S. Jarrell and sons Scott
and Earl of Pittsburg, Kansas,
are visiting here for some time,
C. W. Voris and family left this
morning for Kay county to be
gone three weeks. The family
will vfsit relatives and Mr; Voris
will go to the Robertson hospital
at Arkansas City, Kansas They
were accompanied on their trip
by Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Sanders,
who live east of town.
First Baptist Church.
You are cordially invited to
all of our services Sunday. The
Sunday School needs you, and
will benefit you. We offer you
a splendid place to study the
Book of Books.
The pastor will bring a mes-
sage at each hour that will in
terest you. Come and worship
Edgar T. Thorn, Pastor
Northwest of Buffalo
Miss Mabel Graff spent Saturday
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night and Sunday night with Mrs. Jas
Campbell, going to the; show at
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Durham of
Willard visited last Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs llarry Vanderpool.
Mrs. Anderson arrived from Missou-
ri Monday. She will rent her farm
and attend to other business matters
Jav Crawford is having a new bouse
built on his farm. He has rented his
place to his brother Kay. \Ne under
Bland that Jay is going to retire from
farming for a time.
Mr. Smith moved his family on the
Kay Crawford place Sunday.
A. M. Clark has bought the liratcher
farm and will move on the place as
soon as J. T. Delaney giveB possession-
Mr. Delaney will move back on his
Miss Leah Sutton has the contract
to teach the Greeuleaf school for the
Joe Noble bought a team of horses
of Walter Moore Monday.
Word came from Fred Hurd in Col-
orado that his lather was very low
with caucer of the stomach.
The late heavy rains make the
ground in fine condition for plowing.
It was also good for the peach crop-
Glen Bird and mother drove to Mc-
Kim’s Monday. They report a heavy
roin in that section Sunday ntght.
The Chance Of A Life
\ ass §5i?» S
B. M. BEST
Dry Goods Shoes, Notions,
Groceries Queensware; etc.
Ladies' and Gent’s
Clothes cleaned, pressed, and mend-
ed. One Dollar a Suit. Leave them
at the Republican priatiug offl ie. »
tf Mrs John Chandler
Mrs. Wm. Hubbard died Monday
morning, the cause of her death being
The passing of Mrs. Hbbbard was
very sad as it broke up a home so re-
cently established. The body was tak-
en to her former home near Wichita
for burial, accompanied by the sor-
rowing husband, Mrs S. M. Hubbard
and Mrs. Godfrey. Mr- Hubbard has
the sympathy of the community in his
Northeast of Buffalo
Since our last writing this country
has been veen visited by a very hard
wind and rain storm, doing quite a
bit of damage to the spring crops.
C. M. Forris came out home Tues-
day morning of this week aud is now-
plowing for wheat.
State of Oklahoma, County of Har
per, ss. In the County Court.
I„ the Matter of Ella O. Roberts, miss-
ing heir of Maston Roberts, deceased.
Notice by Publication
Notice Is hereby given that on the 2»th
day of July. 1916. Francis E. Beard. Luuy
C. Epperson, and Maggie T, Roberts filed
lu the. couutv court of Harper oounty.
state of Oklahomn, a petition praying for
an ordor of the court to distribute the
shaie and Interest of Ella O. Roberts lu
the estate of Matson Roberts, deceased,
on account of the said Ella O. Roberts be-
ing a missing heir for more than ten years
and iu pursuance to an order of the said
county court. Saturday, the 7th day of
August. 1915. at the hour of 1:30 o clock |.
m. has been nppoluted as the time for
hearing said petition when and where all
persons interested may contest said pe-
“w’itness A. H. Walker.judge of thecoun-
ty court of Harper county, aud the seal
,/t the court affixed the 29th day of July.A.
IseaT) A. H. WALKER,
*. J. Dick
Att'y for plaintiff-
The very hard rain we
Mr. Click’s well to
Slate of Oklahoma, County of Harper
s, s. Iu County Court iu and for said
County and State.
J. L. Lynch.............Flaiutilt ’
R. A. Howard, C. D. Howard and |
K, Murray............Defendant* ,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION.
Tho State of Oklahoma to the abevp
named defendant. R.A. Howard.Qreetlug;
You are hereby notified that you ha'e
been sued iu the above named court in the
had last luregolnitend entUlea cause ,m action
Christian Church Notes
There will be regular services next
Lord’s Day at II o’clock, conducted
by Elder L. L. Shaw of Heaver City.
Bible Sehool as usual at 10 o’clock.
It is expected that Brother Shaw
will be present the last half of the
week and assist in the union services
now being conducted by Brother Den-
ham. All are expected to join in the
union services on Sunday evening ,
All members of the Christian con-
gregation are urged to be present a
all these services but especially Lord s
Schutlier and Lou denhaus wagon
at Hubbard’s, tf
Department of the Interior.
L\ S Land Office at Woodward, Okl a
Notice is hereby given that John
Newkirch of Lookout, Oklahoma, wh<>
ou January i«, 1912, made Homestead
Entry No. 022111 forSW* MW* Sec-
tion 15, Township 28 North Range I'.'
West Indian Meridian, has filed notice
of intention to make final three yea
proof to establish claim to the above
described land before Gus Hadwiger.
judge of the county court of Woods
county, at Alva, Oklahoma, on the
3Uth day of August. 1BI5.
Claimant names as witnesses:
August K.Newki rch, Ray Rogers, V
P. Carlson, J. H. Crist, all *1 Lookout
J. Y. CALLAHAN. Register.
Department of the Interior.
July ID, IDIo.
U, 8. Land Office at Wood ward, Okla
Notice is hereby given that August
K Newkirch of Lookout, Oklahom i
who on January 9th. 1911. mad* Home
Charlie DeLaneV was among llie
John Harmon and wife was among
the many others who went from Buffa-
lo to the show in Woodward last Mon-
Miss Martha Carter, who is now
workingfor Mrs. Patterson,was iu town
last Saturday, accompanied by Mr.
C. R. Cool and E. C. Johnson were
among the many who were obliged to
stay away from their homes Iasi
Thursday night on account of the hard
W. L. Norris bought a new lister
last spring and sold it to Mr. I hatcher
Monday of this week.
A dumber of friends and neighbors
were gathered together last Saturday
evening aud went to the home of Mr.
Neals and had a very nice time eating
ice cream and cake, it being a surprise
Mr. Berry of Buffalo has the contract
for digging the cistern at Fairview aud
will begin his work this week.
foregoing aua euuueu
brought by the above named pla utlff to
recover the sum of $172.90 with interest
thereon at t he rate of 10% per annum front
the 3th day of November. 1913. .Had allot
tier's fees In the sum of $10.00. due and
owing by defendant to said plaintiff.
That on the 5th day of November 191’
the above named defendant. R- A. How-
ard. together with O. D. Howard and R.
Murray made and executed aud delivered
thetr promissory note in writing, where-
by they agreed to pay to the said plaintiff
the sum of $172.90 with interest thereon
at the rate ef 10% per . annum from date
thereof, together wtth an attoraev s fee
iu the sum of $10.00 and taxed as costs !u
The on tne 29th day of December. 1914
the plaintiff caused suiilmous to he issued
aud placed in the hands of the sheriff of
Harper county. Oklahoma. anT that on
the 29th day of De:embet, 1914. the sheriff
made his return on saidl summons with
endorsements thereon.1--.Defendant. K. A
Howard, not fouud lu Harper county.
That un’ess you answer petition of said
Plaintiff filed in said cause with the clerk
of sanlcotirt at Buffalo on ot before tne
10th day ol September. 1915. skhlpetitiou
will be takeu as confessed and^nie. ana
judgment will be rendered agatpst you ror
the said aum of *172.90and interest there-
on at the rato of 10% per annum from the
5th day of November. 1913. '-^her wlth
attorneys fees In the sum of *10.00 and
coat* of thi* action.
Witness my hand aud seal or the court
hereto affixed on the 29th day of July.1915.
ATTEST: 3. L. Oiirrirn
L. E Casts. Court Clerk Attorney for
ByQ-E. Mullins;.deputy- plaintiff.
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Give Someone f
Sat. Aug- 14-, 4-:30 P. M. |
Brine nil your tickntr ami Irj here. You may he ^
the lucky one. You can't draw the premium it X.
you stay at home. W
I W. H. SPILL ERS j
YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED
to attend the
STARTS AUG 10th.
Lasts five big days.
HERE IS SOME OE THE 1AL.ENV
Tint Adriatic Ouchlvika.
The RawEis I ffy Sears
The Hawaiian's J as. H. As" ell
The Nortons Q1 arti-til
TrEGUILLIs CoMl’AN Y
AND MANY OTHERS.
A real toad strangler visited o u part
White coining from Buffalo MBs
Ruth O’Brien lell from a carriage, the
wheel running over her hand- I he in-
jury was not overly serious.
A. F. and Aunt Sally "esner wer*
on their mau to Rosston-
The wet weather stopped the thresh-
ing rush for a while.
J 4 . Gossett purchased a cow from
A. Stinson last week
lasing land in this vici y. ^ enlr, No.ojim for north hair
Nearly two-thirds of the popu- s0„,hwe6t querler.Seclion 4. Township
»»Hnn of Buffalo and of this part ,Snotlb Range ID West Indian Me
, ^lintv attended Ringliny ridien. haa tiled notice of intention lo
of thecoun y , Mon- i make final three year proof to estab-
Bros. show »t Wood w arn ii«h claim to the land above described
day. All report a good show. ^fora ,Jut Hadwiger. Jadf* ®r lhe
Professor Westhafer. who has county eourtofW^iscounty. on tu-
been conducting the n ^I^nt name* as witnesses:
m%l, remained after the examm n-rry Hodgson, Samuel Everett-
ation to help grade the papers. ^-|Uia tH,ty> John Newkirch, ail of
He left for hie home at Braman lAH>k0ut, Oklahoma.
_ , , Y.f’ALLAHan, Register.
Tuesday evening. i
While out pluming Mr. O'Brien and
J. 0 Gossett fell the effects of being
treed in J. M. Ceroe’s grauary Thurs-
Miss luanita Gossett ran a oai
throhgh her foot oue day la»t week
A great many Fords and aome sulo
mobile* are having trouble with n.ud
i The lightning hit our school boo**
with consideredle damage a* a resu».
„ £ Woolen purchased a new wig
ion at H H- R“»' hardware U*t week
Department of the Interior.
U. S. Land Office at Woodward. Okie.
Notice is hereby given that Nancy
c3. Stith. ot Buffalo; Oklahoma, who.
on January 19th- IDi2. made Home
stead Entry No. 02S136 for lots I and 2
aud SWX NEU Section V.^owuahip
28 North flange. 22 West,Indian Me-
ridian. has tiled notice of intention lo
make Three Year Proof to establish
flaim io the land above described, be
foie L. E. Grays. Court Clerk Harper
County at Buffalo, Oklahoma, on the
llth day of September. IDI5.
( laimant name* a« witness** ;
Leslie J. Milter. Horace I’. Stitli
lame* W. Muith. all ot Buffalo. Okla
horna. and Asa Bradley of Fatima,
J. Y. CALLAHAN, Register,
FOR PROGRAMS WRITE
MRS. FORD 1>AIA1
YOU CAN SECURE TENTS AND SIAN
ALL THE WEEK
Rest Room for Ladies
The Gyp Valley Items cauje
.late to print thla week.
M. C. Church Notes.
Regular Service* next Sunday.
Sunday school I0:(kj A. Sf.r
Epworth League at 7:3t' I* M
Preaching at 1LOG P. M.
rrayermeettng oo Thuraday uight.
Preaching service II • m.
Everybody la cordially invited to be
\Lstc h of tbesegflpt' ee.
evangelitlle eerncee both
-»unday morning and evening
fVe went yo« t6 come. ”,
in tou \ K .qrkiMCoin,
, Acting I’Mtor.
J. A. SAILER.
Have Eniey*d Lena Life
In the !•!* -- 'Ylgb*
,“ il.o in r.c..«p, nt t». M b„. .. .h.lr
axe pension, and whose combined New York Frets.
*ot*1 S«T yeara The veteran of ---
the family »• JH R„,,yI Good Idea-
Cr*w*a. sg*rl eighty our. ® !*»,** win int«re*r mon
, .. ). Mr R..h«rt But* of A ,,>'S wl ^
of the r*e*nv »■ MV ____ /T ... Hiscarff «’isr*’^•d*r*,
«*-• -- ,w*1 c-.-
aammera B fMrt w!,», , plnraltty of
which are desiguteff to bo a,,*'"h«<1
fhe trrmaers fo* ^their support.
. y. - J J nr, |nfa
!mt€rt btlnf ^ r-i** .
pouter* may b- i *r-r*»«I with sn«
belts woia comfort ibly loo#*.
Very ^Peculiar Pur*ult,
Th® oueer 'Ving lo * woman shoot
V . _ia KitV
veto* of daily eietcise la ta
bring the h**a u**a ergsna l»to play,
that they may tb» better enetaln the
organa which to na Individual? »P
p*ar morn lmportamt.
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Adams, E. Lee. The Harper County Democrat (Buffalo, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 15, Ed. 1 Friday, August 6, 1915, newspaper, August 6, 1915; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc941488/m1/3/: accessed September 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.