The Harper County Democrat (Buffalo, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 21, Ed. 1 Friday, September 12, 1913 Page: 1 of 4
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THE LEADING NEWSPAPER.
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BUFFALO, HARPER COUNTY. OKLA., FRIDAY, SEP. 12i?1913.
PRINTING, i for FARM LOANS ON GOOD FARMS.
Neatly and Pronlptly Donej
You Get All You Borrow.
Largest Circulation in Harper County^
Buffalo, Okla. Sept. 1, 1913.
The Board of County Com mi s-
ioners of Harper County held a
regular session in the office of
the county clerk September 1st
and 2nd., 1913. Present, E. H.
George, A. T. Butler and H. M.
The reports of the county of-
ficers were approved. Collection
of fees for August were as fol-
Register of Deeds $331.20
Clerk of the county court 22.50
Treasurer 13 50
Clerk of the Dist. Court 11.90
County Clerk 11.00
County Judge .35
The resignation of J. A. Shirm
Clerk of Saline Township, was
The official bond of J G.
Doran, Justice, Town of Laverne*
The loilowmg appointments
S B. Priuu.v, Justice in Dist 3
E. L. lav lor, Constable in
James 1* frair, Justice in Dist. 2
It was ordered by the Board
that the sheriff be directed to
keep the hail and court room
swept and free of litter.
The following list of claimed were audited:
claimant purpose claimed Allowed,
Alma criswell salary $46 00
C. M. Anderson “ 75.00
H. s. Irwin " 75.00
wm. Boyle “ 75.00
■dith Anderson “ 75.00
c. w. almonds “ 20.00
L «. crays * 108.30
0. H. overheck " 106.00
I. ». wugner “ 115.00
D. P. Parker " 125.00
c. w. voris “ 105) 33
B. B. Anderson “ 7.50
w. d. Drake salary and expense 74.00
A. H. walker— ...... 113.40
K. L. Hubbard •' •• •• 100.73
J. w carl Balance on salary 3.37
3. B.westhafer Teachers'examlnation 15.00
1. h. oeorge salary and mileage 34.00
H. m. welch “ ” 36 00
A. T Butler '* " " 34.30
L. B h. Durham printed supplies 96.55
K. c. Austin Making office cabinet , 8.00
L. M. osborne Repairing type writer .50
o. l. zook Material for cabinet 10.2 j
Buffalo drain aud coal co. coal 69.9J
warden rriutingco. accords and supplies
Manly office Supply co. supplies 2.06
c. w. voris 5 00
B. B. Anderson •* 2.35
D. p. varker Expense Ir. court case 2.25
L. 3. oetiuger Fees and mileage in court
b. a, Monhollon Transporting prisoners
Mrs. l. m. Madison Launday for prisoners
J. M. owen Auto trip with prisoner
8.80 Not allowed
n. Xj. Johnson Medical care of prlsonor
10.00 not allowed
Popr and insane Fund:
L. M. osborne AUto trips In case of Mrs.
Herron 26.55 21.75
I. n. waggoner Expense taking Mrs.
Herron from Enid to supply 30.00
C. J. oermau serving papers in case ot
Mrs. Herron ,‘).oO
university Hospital cnro of vrrs. Herron
40.00 7 50
Ed a. Mayberry examination of Mrs.
s. Baker Examination of Mrs. Herron 3.(Hi
c. e. Thompson Examination of Mrs.
D. L. Forbes Hoarding Mrs. Merrbtl
10.00 Not allowed
n. it. Anderson service in interest of Mrs.
e. R. George service In iuterest of Mrs.
itoad aud Bridge Fund:
C. w. simpuds inspecting Bridge site 5.00
w. w. Truby & co. Nails for bridge 1.45
w. McBride impairing bridge 3.00
k. H. oeorge “ •• 3.00
J. o. selmun Rebate of tax 12.25
aiehaid smith •• •• v 14,951
Ft. supply Tel. co. Messages and rent 22.42 <
Boss Price Deputy sheriff fees 5.60'
E. Lee Adams service ou co. Hlectlon
service on co. Election
service on co. Election
Kit- <in U) mi bids for special election
n.t . . ed as follows:
The board adjourned to
Farm Loans * * D Insurance I
Cheap money to loan on Harper County Land ®
Money paid as Soon ns Papers are Sigued. ®
WOODMANCY & ZOOK. ®
HARPER SUNDAY SCHOOL
TO DE RENDERED AT THE METHODIST CHURCH
BUFFALO, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1013.
it. M. ciaycumb
J. a. Sanders
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30 30! 11:10
36 50 i ,nr
Mr. C. il. Nichols.
Mrs. C. ft. Nichols.
first Monday in October, 19t3
E. H. Oeorge, Glim.
A T. Butler.
II. M. Welch.
E. L. Hubbard, Clerk
Last Monday, September 8th.
1913, at 10:00 o’clock a. m , Geo.
.. . . . lMQ11,L. Watkins and Bessie Mapes,
I'X'r: S* both of SWDly. Oklahoma were
married at the heme of Rev.
Gillespie of Buffalo by the latter.
chan. Biinker Boarding prisoners 27.41
l.avorue oarage co. Transporting
prisoners 25.00 to. 70
§ Bank of Buffalo §
Capita I Stock fliO.OOU.OO. Surplu* $5,000.00. £
& “Deposits Guaranteed.”
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Little Willie’s View: §
When Ma whipped Little Willie, it must have hurt ®
her m much as it did W illie, hut Willie msista ®
that it wasn’t in the same place. ®
When we carry a customer along and tide him over
the rough placer, aud then lie transfers Ins account aud
leaves bis wheat check at some other bank, just as §
soon as he gets ou hi* feet, it ilia) hurt linn to make $
the change as bad as il does us—but not in the saute ®
It sure jolts our faith in human nature. We stand ®
by our patrons aud we like to have them stand by us. ®
It is our patrons that have made our bank Mrong aud
We appreciate the support you are giving us. snd it
will he the constant effort of this bank to handle y»ar
b'l’iness in such a manner as to merit your lavor aud
Convention meets at 11:00 a. m.
Song service led by W. D. Drake.
Devotional led by Rev. F. L. Hamand.
Special music by male Quartette.
Words of Welcome by E. L. Hubbard.
Response by Mrs. William Rohrer.
“Living with our Children” by Mrs. C. H. Nichols, State
Superintendent Elementary Division, Okla. Sunday School
Appointment of Committees—Benediction.
NOON - Dinner—Picnic Style—Under Management of La-
dies of Buffalo Sunday Schools.
Song Service, Led by J. R. Beeman.
Devotional, Led by Rev. A. M. Gillispie.
Special Music by Ladies’ Quartette. •
Reports from County Officers.
“The Line of Actively That has Proven to be the Most
Fruitful in my Sunday School,” by A. M. Gillispie, F. L.
Hamand and A. T. Wilkinson.
Song, “Nearer My God to Thee,” by the Convention.
“Our Best Work,” by C. H. Nichols, General Secretary,
Oklahoma Sunday School Association.
“A Workman that needeth not be Ashamed,” by Mrs.
Reports from Harper County Sunday Schools. F. Miller
Reports from Committees and Election of Officers.
Benediction by W. I). Drake.
Song Service, I^ed by C. A. Wyatt.
Devotional, Led by Rev. A. T. W'ilkinson.
Special Music, by Rev. Chas. S. Benton.
“Suggestions for the New Year.”
Short Talks by Visiting Pastors.
Closing Messages by State W’orkers-Mrs. Frances Miller.
Mrs. C. H. Nichols, Mr. C. H. Nichols.
Closing Song and Benediction.
All Sunday School workers in Harper county are Especially
invited to come to this County Convention. Especially is every j ^
Township Officer in the county urged to be present. We hope to | .^5.
have a delegation from every Sunday School in the county. Come; ®
and try for the Banner for your Sunday School. A committee will ®
be at the Methodist church on Saturday evening to welcome visit-
ing delegates and assign them tohomes for the convention.
This will be a Great Convention. COME.
- D. P. PARKER. County President.
MRS. FRANCES MILLER, Secretary.
WINTROP WINS AGAIN.
The wrestling match between
Chas. Rentrop of Blackwell.
Okla., and Joe Tuby of Philadel-
phia, took place at the fair
grounds in Buffalo as advertised,
on last Saturday night.
Both men arrived early and
speculation was rife as to who
would be the winner in this con-
test. The people of Buffalo
were familiar with Rentrop and
his ability as a wrestler, and
Tuby soon won a host of friends
by his pleasing manners.
While many picked Tuby for
winner Rentrop admirers never
once had any doubt as to
the results. A good match was
anticipated by the large crowd
present and a good match it was.
Rentrop won with apparent
ease, although Tuby put up a
good exhibition in the first half
and broke numerous holds
that brought forth much ap-
plause from the audience. The
first fall was secured by Rentrop
in twenty-four minutes and the
second fall in twenty-seven min-
When time was called Tubv
seemed anxious to get into the
game and appeared confident
that he would win. When the
men took the mat some fast work
took place at once and the crowd
enthusiastic and entered into the
Saturday night Chas. Delivuk
of Wichina, Kans., a heavy mid*
die-weight, challenged Rentrop
to a finish match and Rentrop
accepted. In accepting this chat
lenge Rentrop said: “Delivuk 19
a much larger and stronger man
than I am but I will try him. I
believe I will have an even break
with him, because I have thrown
a man that he wrestled in less
time than he did.” This match
is expected to take place in Buf-
falo in the near future and will
be the close of the season here
Announcement of the date will
be made later.
RAIN! RAIN! RAIN!
The bull-frogs have begun to
croak and the other croakers
have begun to shut up. The
thing long looked for has at last
arrived. 11 rained—actually
rained—real water in great big
drops and abundance of it.
Monday and Tuesday good
showers fell over the caunty and
Wednesday evening at about 9:00
o’clock a gentle downpour set in
and continued throughout the
night and well into the next day.
The first showers softened up
the top of the ground in readi-
ness for what was to follow and
the rain Wednesday night and
Thursday morning came down in
just such a manner as was most
game. Rentrop worked in his|needed- About tvvo inches of
usual characteristic cool and de-1 water feI* and now thcre >s mild
liberate manner, ever wearing
that familiar “grin” of his. Af-
ter the first fall Rentrop kept
Tuby in critical positions most of
the time, and as fast as Tuby
would free himself of a difficult j tion for wheat seeding and there
situation the German had him in will soon be something doing in
-yes real sticky mud-all over
the streets, something we have
not been able to enjoy for lo
these many moons.
The ground is now in condi-
another equally as bad or worse.
Only once did Tuby get a hold on
him that bothered him and this
occurred a short time before the
This summer has been one of
continuous drouth, not only here
but all over the country, but now
that the spell i s broken, the
Joe Tuby proved himself to be! weather will be cooler and Har-
a game lad. He possessed both Per county will come back into
unusual strength and science, her own, and the fellow who
He claims that he was never stays on the job will win.
thrown before by a man of 11 1 ......
his weight and on the mat here ^^^w*****^**^*********
he proved himself a clean and
The man of equal weight who
throws Charley Rentrop has yet
to be found and when found will
know that he has been some-
where when the match is over.
He has a powerful body and a
head chuck full of the things to i
Sylvester E. Fowler
PHYXIUAN AM) SfHURON
Diseases of Women and
Chronic Diseases a
\N ill do a limited amount of riitmg
practice during day tune only.
do and knows how and when to I °?n* STORE
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| Fall Millinery Opening |
SATURDAY. SEPT- 6
I have a full anil complete line
the latest styles and shapes
THE BANK OF BUFFALO
-Dl K ECTOKS.-
R E JCXinn L. L. Stlo* *
S. X. Hubbard W. E. Daly.
M. E. Church Notes. lutstor. ] ®
Business session of the Quar-
The following are the annonce- terly meeting 3 p m. Sept. 14th. ^
This is not only the last Quar-
terly meeting of the year but it#
is Brother Strong’s last round i
<»n this district, for his term ex-
ptres at the Annual - Conference( ^
loth. Let us all help to
make this a great meeting.
menu for Sept. 14:
I Sunday School 1U a. m.
Breaching at 11 a.m. by Rev.
J. M. Strong. District Superin-
tendent of the Woodward Dist.
Junior League 4 p m.
Epworth League 7:3U.
Preaching 8:15 p.m. by the
now on display. You are invited to
call and examine my up-to-date
line before buying elsewhere.
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