The Harper County Democrat (Buffalo, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 10, Ed. 1 Friday, June 27, 1913 Page: 3 of 4
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To please our customers by selling
the very best values at the Very
A satisfied customer is a permant
advertisement. Call and examine
our Summer wear.
W. H. SPILLERS I
L O C A L S
W W Whalen—St Paul.
Your subscription, please.
Uool loans money on farms, tf
Plenty of wind this week.
Fossey will deliver your ice to any
part of the city.
Dr Fowler made a business trip to
A H Walker made a trip to Ashland
Tuesday on legal business.
Just a little bit dull about town this
week on aocouut of harvest.
Bert Weese of southwest of Buffalo
was trading here last Saturday.
Born to Mr and Mrs Jas VanCam
pen, Jr, a girl the first of the week
Mr and Mrs Henry Wheeler were
trading with Buffalo merchants Tues-
Among the new subscribers this
week is J It Barker of Pauls Valley,
W W Whalen—St Paul.
Paints and oils at Temples.
School district warrants at
ofliee. Latest Forms.
J W Sawyer, Sr, was down from
Wlilard on Tuesday.
George Brown of west of Buffalo
was over to town Monday.
Rev E It Williams is visiting his
sons in Buffalo this week.
Geo H Anderson of east of town
was over to the city Tuesday.
John L Woolen was over from Rea
dout Wednesday of this week.
Bill Smith was down from the Wil
lard country the first of the week.
U. R. Cool—The Land Man sells
farms. List your farm with him.—tf
Remember that Fossey will deliver
your ice to you in any part of the city.
Guy Hurd is trying out his new oil
engine this week plowing west ot
Harvest is earlier this year than us
ual and#he wheat is about all in the
Floyd Gann of southwest of town
Mrs Hattie E Seeman passed thru
Buffalo Tuesday of this week en rout#
to her home near Laverne. She had
been visiting her parents east of town.
Asked how she liked farming and how
crops were over there she replied:
“Fine, we live in God’s country over
STRA YE IB-From the Burlington
farm, 4^ miles south of Buffalo, on
Sunday night, June ?2. one bay Ijorse
mule, weight about 850 pounds, few
white hair3 on top of neck, and one
black mare mule, weight about 800
pounds, no marts or brands. Some
harness marks. A reasonable reward
will be given for the;r return or for
information leading to their recovery.
S. II Eppersoiviloby Springs, Okla.
Sylvester E. Fowler
Physician and Surgeon
If you Want the Best Farm Implement
BUY A K I INGMAIN
Royal G Ilocket was down from was over to the county seat Friday of
Yelton Ftiday attending to business ljc.
Uncle Jimmie Meyer9 of near Doby
Springs was visiting in the county seat
J \V Handley of the Charleston vi-
cinity was transacting business in the
2nd HaDd, 45 HOrse Power Hart
Parr Gasoline Engine for sale or trade,
see S. M, Hubbard.
Clint Ely was over from Charleston
way Wednesday of this week, renew
Mr and Mrs EJ Dick and Mr and
Mrs O L Zook attended ttie Chautau
qua at Woodward this week.
Mrs Jacob Smith and daughter,
Lula, of near Yelton, were visitors at
the home of the editor the first of the
Willie Rogers, Chief tvpo o n the
Democrat, i s enjoying a visit at
Protection this week and will remain
until after the Fourth
Ed Allan was over from the Char
leston community the latter part of
last week transacting business and
shaking hauds with friends.
Mr. Road Overseer—If you need
Warning Notices or Receipts for Poll
Tax, don't overlook the tact that the
Democrat office always Keeps a supply
The statement of the Bank of Buf-
falo appeara in this issue of the l)amo
crat. This statement shows the bank
to be in a most heallhv condition
Look it over
S M Hubbard has the agency for all
kinds of road tools and it will pay any
township board that is contemplating
the purchase of any road grading tools
to consult Mr Hubbard as he states
thst he can save them much money it
they will but give him the opportunity.
A L Parks, a former Harpsr county
resident who resided near Y elton, but
now of Ava, Mo, is visiting old friends
in the countv (his week and looking
after b'isiBes9 interests. Mr Parks
was down to Buffalo the latter part of
last week and while here made the
Democrat Man a pleasant visit.
W W Whalen—St Paul tf.
Ed Bridwell was down from the
northwest part of the county Tuesday
of this week.
Dr. Wynne,Oklahoma Citv-Eye, Ear
Nose and 1 hroat. Glasses fitted, Wood-
ward. Wednesday, July 2.
• 'has Coultrup was a caller Tuesday
and made the editor look pleasant by
renewing his subscription.
Mr and Mrs Harve L>tle are the
proud parents of a fine bahv boy, born
Tuesday moruing of this week.
0 A Brewer, formerly a member of
of the State Board ot Agriculture for
this district was in Buffalo Wednes
day of tiiis week
S M Hubbard made a trip to the
Carpenter ranch in the north part of
the county, the first of the week, to
help start a plowing outfit.
1 have pasture for about twenty
head of cattle or horses at 40c pfjr
month, smiles west of Buffalo, Okla.
J K. Baker
Miss Jessie Newland was over from
Charleston last week and while in the
city called to renew her subser ption
to the Harper County Democrat.
This week we are under obligations
to County Surveyor C \V Simouds for
a couple of dollars on subscription.
That makes us teel better Go thou
and do likewise. •
There is no real need of anyoue be-
ing troubled with constipation
Chamberlain's Tablets will cause an
greeable movement otthe bowels with
out any unpleasant effect. Give them
a trial. For sale by all dealers-
The Presbyterian meetings being
held at the Christian church are being
well attended. I'be meetings are in
charpe of Rev Leroy Thompson of
Alva, assisted by Mr Fisk who has
charge ot the singing.
Some very heavy rains visited the
western section ot the couuty the lat
ter part of last week. In various lo
caiities it rained all the wav from 3 in
to 6 in of water.
Each age of our lives has its joys
Old people should be happy, and they
will be if Chamberlain’S Cablets are
taken to strengthen the digestion and
keep the bowels regular. These tab
lets are nnld and gentle in their act
I ions and especially suitable for people
of middle age and older. For sale by
tv \V tt halen—St Paul. tf
Diseases of Women and
Chronic Diseases a
Will do a limited amount of riding
practice during day time only,
RED CROSS DRUG STORE
l'emple Sells Harness.
Gasoline ranges and cook stoves at
Say doot forget about that subscrip-
tion. Send us a check today.
Dr. IV. S. Oyler, Dentist will be
found in his office daily during the
hours from 1 to S p. m. In the office
mornings by appointment only. Phone
No. 28. tf
A sprained ankle may as a rule be
cured in from three or tour days by
applying Chamberlain’s Liniment and
observing the directions with each
bottle. For Sale by all dealers.
It is now well known that not more
than one case of rheumatism in ten
requires any internal treatment what-
ever. All that is needed is a free ap-
plication of Chamberlain s Liniment
and massaging the parts at each ap-
plication. Try it and see how quickly
it will relieve the pain and soreness.
Sola by all dealers.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
and that Is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi-
tion of the mucous fining of the Eusta-
chian Tube. When this tube ts inflamed
you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect
hearing, and when It is entirely closed.
Deafness is the result, and unless the In-
flammation can bo taken out and this
tube restored to Its normal condition,
hearing will bo destroyed forever; nine
cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh,
which Is nothing but an Inflamed condi-
tion cf the mucous surfaces.
Wo t-‘.U rive OneHnndred Dollars for any easo of
Deafness (caused by catarrhuhat cannot bo cared tf
Hall s Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. J. CHENHY, ft CO, Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by Drngyists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Fills tor constipation.
Notice of Sale of Real Estate.
In the matter oI the estate of John H
Notice is hereby given in pursuance
of an order o* the County Court of Harper
Co. State of Oklahoma made on the 18th
day of June. 1813. the undersigned admin-
istratrix of the estate of John H. Hurt,
deceased, will sell at private sale to the
highest bidder subject to confirmation
by said court on Saturday the 28th day ot
June. A. D.. 1913. at 2 o’clock p. m . at the
court house door ir. Buflalo; Oklahoma
all the right, title and interest of said es-
tate of said John H. Hint in and to the
the following described real estate situate
in Harper county. State of Oklahoma fo-
wit: The South East Quarter (S. E %)
of section Twenty Seveu (27) Township
Twenty Five  North of Range Twenty
Six [261 W. I. .‘J. excepting the Hurt
grave yard. Said real estate will h'- sold
on the following terms and conditions,
to-wit? Cash iu hand and bidder to as-
sume a mortgag • of $500.00 Bids for the
purchase thereof must be in writing and
must be tiled in the County Court or de-
livered to the undersign* d at Speermore
Okla. R S. Sraedley attorney for admin-
istratrix at Laverne Okla. Dated the 18th
day of June 1913.
ti-20-2t Harriet M. Hurt.
We have a conplete stock KING-MAN plows, discs, and
harrows. Come in and look over the different styles and
get our prices on disc and mole-board gangs.
We can please both in quality and prices on wagons
Cline Hardware Co.
Notice of Sheriff’s Sale.
Notice is hereby given that in pursu-
ance to an ordei of sale issued out of the
Distiict Court of Harper County, Okla-
homa on the 11th day of Jane 19t3. in an
action wherein W. p. Athens is plaintiff
and T. J. Adkins and Telva Bell Adkins
are defandants. directed tome the under-
signed Sheriff of Harper county, Okla-
homa, commanding me to levy upon and
sell the following described real property
situated iu Harper County, Oklahoma, to
The East Half (EF£) of the South-
westQuarter (SW]4j of Sec. Four-'
teen (Hi Township Twenty-seven
(27) North ot Range Twenty-two
(22) West of the Indian Meridian,
to satisfy a judgment and decree of
foreclosure in favor of W, P. Athens for
Six Hundred Seventy-fourand uinty-hun-
dredths Dollars (4674.90). said judgment
bearing Interest from date thereof, to wit.
September 3rd. 1912. at the rate of ten
percent peraunum together with an addit-
ional sutn'of Nineteen and eighty-five huu
dredths Dollars ($19.35) .cost of action aud
aceuring cost in the sum of Fifty Dollars 1
($50 00) against T. J. Adkins and Telva ,
Bell Adkins aud against said land, which j
judgment was obtained aDd made in said
County on the 3rd. day of September, i
1912. I will on the 16 day of July. 1913. at j
1 o'clock p m on said day at the front J
door of the court house in the town of!
Buffalo, in said Harper County. State of j
Oklahoma, offer for sale and sell to the '
highest bidder for cash, the land and ten- I
i-wents above described to satisfy said
judgment, cost and accruing cost.
Witness my hand this 11th day of
I N. Waggoner
6-13-5t Sheriff of Harper Ceunty. Okla.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
Woodward. Okla May 24. 1913.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
STATE SCHOOL SELECTION
Notice is hereby given that the State of
Oklahoma, through Hon. Governor Lee
Cruee. did on Mav 18. 1912. file State
School List No. 022321. under act of Con-
gress of March 3. 1893. Ex Proc. Aug.
19. 1893. approved March 4 1894. for the
following described tracts of laud:
8 W1-4 of NE1-4. aud NWl-4 of 8E1-4 Sec.
4, Tp, 26 N., R. 20 W. I M. SE1-4 ofNWl-
4 and Nl-2 of SW1-4 Sec. 4. Tp. 26 N.. R.
20 W. I. M. all containing 200 acres of
Any persons claiming adversely any, or
all. of the above-desciIbed tracts of land
are advised to file their claims, or object-
ions,on or before 10 a m., on July 19, 1913.
otherw ise tlieir rights will te forfeited.
Geo. D Orner.
C. C. Hoag.
JKeport of the condition of
The Bank of Buffalo
at Buffalo, in the State of
Oklahoma, at the close of business
June 4, 1913:
Loans aud discounts............$85,890.13
Overdrafts, secured and unseeu'ed 483 43
Stocks. Bonds, Warrants etc . . 638 31,
Banking house Furn. d: Fixt. . .3.333 0
Due from Banks................ 10.052 14
Checks and other cash Items..... **90 67
Cash In Bank....... 6.32141
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
Capital Stock paid in......... Mu.uOO 00
Surplus Fuud .................... 3.000.60
Undivided profits less exp. and tax 4,57t.x3
Individual deposits subject to
check ...................70.361 11
Time certificates of deposit....... 1.275 90
Cashiers Checks Outstanding . 2.024 3
Notes and Bills Bediscounted.... 10.149. 0
Bills Payable.............. 5.000 w
(State of Oklahoma, County of
I, \V. E. Dalv, Cashier of
i the above named Bank, do solemnly
swear that the above statement is true
to the best of my knowledge and be
lief, so help me God.
W. E. DALY,
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION,
state ot Oklahoma, (
Harper County, ) ss
In the Distiict Court of said County.
Susie Martha Long. I
vs. Plaintiff, >
Barnett Clapp Long Defendant. I
Said Defendant. Barnett Clapp Long,
will take notice that he has been sued 1n
the above named court in a divorce pro-
ceeding in which the plaintiff asks for an
absolute divorce, and he must answer the
petition tiled therein by said plaintiff, on
or before .the 21 st day of June A D. 1913.
or said petition will he taken ns true, and
a judgment for said plaintiff for an abso-
lute divorce will he rendered accordingly.
Attest: L. £. Grays.
C lerk of the Court.
B. S. Smedley
Attorney for riaintiff.
McMINN. ( .
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
Woodward, Okla. May 24, 1913.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
STATE SCHOOL SELECTION
Notice is hereby given that the State __
of Oklahoma, through the Honorable; C. A. « 1A TT. Notary Public.
Governor. Lee Cruce, did. on May 18. 1912 , Mv Commission Expires April 10th 19It
iile State School Selection List No.022320, i
under the act of Cougress. May 2.1t>90 and R. E
Sections -275 and 2276 of the Revised 8. M
Statutes of the United States as amended
bv the Act of < ongr*-ss approved Feb 28___
1891 for the following described tract of j ——— ---
SE!i of sw*i of sec. 4. Twp. 26N. R20, j '»hen vour child h »9 whooping
W I. M and Nl/t of S'-v1^ and SE‘4 of cough be careful to keep the coua 1
alT^contafnfng 160 acres^cd laiuL L M : loose and expectoration easy by giving
Any persons claiming adversely any I ^ hamberiain 6 Cough Remedy as may
or all of the ahove-deBOrihed lands are ad-j be required. This remedy will also
vised to file their Cairn*. or ohje.-tions on |,aujtv the tough mucus and make 11
or before 10 o'clock a. m on Julv 19. 1913, nqu,ly u|e loagn mucus ana make 11
otherwise tli 'ir rights will be forfeit*!. easier to expectorate. It has been
Geo. D. Orner. used successfully in manv epidetm cs
Register. I . . . . _ , ,
C. C. Hoag. j “Qd ts safe and sure. I: or sale by all
Recei -er. j dealers
Seek the Open Country!
I C. A. WYATT,
^ The FARM LOAN Man.
You Get Your Money when you -sign the papei*.
Abstracts. - Notary Pubic.
Office in Pappe Building. Buffalo, Okla
The moet enjoyable way ts
Ad A* pleasure* el the road with bom
•f the ieltlef, ferried •» vibration.
The new Coofert features of the IW
Indian have completely revolutionise#
This added to the ledieo’t loej established
ftms for Speed, Fewer, Endurance ead
Reliability makes it mote thee ever the
best and moat practical machine lor busi-
ness ar pleasure ndtnf,
C»w». in and -aft Co wo fft. sm IhetB—
« Jrac a Sm fw Clmtai.
I 4 H-T. Steele *200 I. . . .
Munson & McNeely,
Agents for Northwestern Okia-
, noma Several used machines
for sale at reasonable prices.
! Alva - . - Oklahoma.
Peoria Grain Drill Avery Disc Gang
Means the Best Grain Drill
manufactured which we can
prove. If you have not exam-
ined it. do so before you buy.
The Avery Disc Gang is a
plow guaranteed to do better
work and pull lighter than
any other make. Inyestigate!
Township Officers-Road Overseers
If you are contemplating buying any Road Machinery
this season it will pay you to see me. I handle the J. I. Case
line and can save you from 20 to 40 per cent on Graders,
-three sizes*Slip Scrapers. Road Plows. Road Drags, in fact
anything needed in road building.
If vou do not have their catalog aud prices write The J. I. Case Mac. Co.. Racine. Wis.
S. M. HUBBARD
BUFFALO. - - OKLAHOMA.
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Adams, E. Lee. The Harper County Democrat (Buffalo, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 10, Ed. 1 Friday, June 27, 1913, newspaper, June 27, 1913; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc941708/m1/3/: accessed September 25, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.