The Harper County Democrat (Buffalo, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, January 8, 1915 Page: 3 of 4
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f » Bits of News About People You Know Briefly Told.
See Hubbard for Harness. tt.
Cool loans money on farms, tf
Schuttler and Loudenhaus wagon
at Hubbard’s, tf
See Sitka Lumber Co. for Sharpies
A. M. Clark was In town Tuesday
from northwest of here.
50 patterns of rugs to choose from at
Temple’s Furniture Store.
Season tickets for lecture course for
sale at Miller’s Drug Store.
Charlie Waggoner has opened up a
barber shop in the pool room.
Call and let us show you our Silo.
Sitka Lumber Co. Sitka, Kans.
Prove up berore A. H. Walker
County Judge, Buffalo, Okla. tf.
For Well-Drilling see E. E. O’Brien,
7 miles east of liosston, Okla. 12 25 4t
Kenny Lotspeich was a business vis-
itor here Tuesday from the northwest
part of the county.
Sam Hubbard of Buffalo unloaded
another car load of Fords here Tues
fjay.—Beacon Light (Laverne).
S. Lotspeich was down to the count y
hub from the northwest part of the
county Tuesday of this week on busi-
Arco Sealet will stop leaks on roofs
eave troughs, tanks, cisterns; in tact
everything. Sitka Lumber co., Sitka
The public should remember that
the central Hotel is a good place to eat
and that there is nothing too good for
its patrons, tf
W. E. Morris was up from May
Monday to take the oath of office as
county attorney, and will serve in that
capacity for two years.
J.O. Miller of the Willard commuo-
ity wss in the county seat Wednesday
of this week and called to advance his
jubscription to the Democrat.
Miss Larkie Temple returned to her
school duties at Alva Monday. She
was accompanied as far as Curtis by
her father, W. II. Temple.
SALESMEN WANTED to look af
ter our interest in llarpet county. Sal
ary or commission. Address the Har-
vey Oil Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
Chas B. Herndon was attending to
business matters in town Tuesday
from the Paruna country, and while
here ma de the Democrat office a call.
Kallr is going up and we woald sug-
gest that the farmers hold on a little
longer—it will certainly be more. It
now looks like 75o for katir by spring.
Our good friend John Carl was at-
tending to business matters in Buffalo
Wednesday of this week, and while
here made the Democrat force a pleas-
ant call. •
Uncle Jimmie I.itz of Haskell pre-
cinct, accompanied by his 6on. was a
business visitor in town Tuesday of
this week from the ranch on the south
side of the county.
Js6. Fair was in Buffalo the middle
of the week in the interest of organiz
ing a bank at Bosston. He states that
they have about enough stock sub-
scribed to organize.
A peculiar feature about Harper
county’s commission er districts is the
fact that every newspaper and every
bank is located in the Second district,
the one Ed George presides over. Thus
the burden of responsibility falls upon
We learn that J. L. Griftitts has in-
stituted proceedings to contest the
election of W.E. Morris for the office
of county attorney for this county.
Mr. GriHitts was the democratic can-
didate for that office in the recent elec-
tion.—Beacon Light (Laverne).
Our old friend, J. G. Williams, living
near old Ueadout, met with a very
painful accident last Monday evening.
While riding a horse after the cows
the horse fell with him in such a man-
ner as to break his leg. Dr. Barber
was immediately called and the un-
fortunate was soon fixed up in such a
manner that he will soon recover from
his injury.—Laverne Beacon Light.
Among those who began the New
Year by subscribing or renewing for
the Democrat are;
7. T. Miller. Buffalo.
Jessie Newland, Charleston.
T. It. Larkey, Buffalo.
'j. M. Paul, Charleston.
Won. Inderlied. Charleston.
W. G. l’rivitt, Yelton.
J. W. Etherton, Willard.
Chas. B. Herndon. Paruna.
A. II. Walker, Buffalo.
I. Monhollon. Buffalo.
It. A Probet. Buffalo.
Horne Lumber Co., A hland.
Juba Bader, Bosston.
Anna F. Byler, Newtoo.t
C. W. Hofroeislet. Buffalo.
L. F. Bay, Murray.
Chas Drinker. Billings.
J. W. Meesick, Charleston.
J. C. Limb. Kibbv.
H. McCaflerty. Doby Springs.
Bobt. Junge, May.
Edd Cobb, Cbarieeton.
See Hubbard for Harness’ tf.
A full line of Ford repairs at Hub-
bard’s garage. tf
Start off the new year by paying
John Deere Iron Clad and Weber
Wagons at Temple’s.
B. E. Williams has been in Oklaho-
ma City foi several days.
II. A. Reed was in town Thursday of
this week from north of town.
Make your final proof before L. E.
Grays, clerk of the district court.
call and let us 6how you our Silo
Sitka Lumber co., Sitka, Kansas, tf
A. L. Roberts was over from Ross-
ton the first of the week on business.
C. It. Cool—The Land Man sells
farms. List your farm with him.—tf
W. A. Plummer of Laverne was a
business visitor in the county seat
Another car load of up to date fur-
niture, carpets, rugs, etc., just received
Sicka Lumber Co. for Lumber, Hard-
ware and all kinds building Materia)
A little more warm weather and a
good rain would help things greatly in
E. Lee Adams made a trip to the
ranch the middle of last week, remain-
ing over Sunday.
J. B. Blackburn was down from the
Yelton community the latter part of
last week ou business.
FOR SALE—Galloway Cream Sep-
arator, Good as Dew, a bargain. Ap
ply to J. W. Mix. Buffalo. tf
E. II. George, commissioner for the
second district, was meeting with the
board Monday and Tuesday.
L. M. Brink left Friday for Carlsbad,
N. M. where he has some land inter-
ests, to be absent for some time.
A. T. Butler attended the regular
meeting of the board of county com-
missioners Monday of this week.
The county offices are somewhat
topsy-turvy this week on account of
moving from one room to another.
J. H. Beeman was down from the
north side Monday to attend the regu-
lar meeting of the board of county
For each Cash Subscription
during the next two weeks.
For the next two weeks
you should be busy hustling
suberiptions for the Har-
per County Democrat. This
offer is good for new sub-
scribers, |back subscriptions,
During these two weeks
wc will give 50,000 votes
for each five-year subscrip-
| Now get busy among
* your friends.
The Buffalo Basket Ball team left
Friday morning for Laverne, where
they play in the atrernoon. From
there they go to May and play Satur-
day night. The boys have been prac-
ticing hard and expect to put up a
There will be a meeting next Friday
night in the intere st of a Boy Scout or
gauization. Something of the work,
will be explained, and all who are In-
terested in the boys of Buffalo are
invited to be present, Later announce
ments will follow.
IL S. Smedley will preach jn the
Earl Anderson school house Sunday
Jauuary 10. 1915.
Mrs. Castor Home.
Mrs. Wilson Castor, who recently
went to Oklahoma City to have an op-
eration performed for goitre at the
Weslyan Hospital, returned home laat
week. Mrs. Castor bad a goitre re
moved from her neck just under the
chin, and is in the best of spirits over
the success of the operation. The goi-
tre removed weighed two pouuds. She
had been afflicted with it most of bar
lile. Her voice is yet weak, however,
it is hoped she wiil fully recover from
that. She was able to bo about town
the ffrst of the week.
Springer Cows and Heifers. All
good colors and ages. Guy D. Bulen.
Watch Temple’s display this week
Death of James B, Campbell.
James B. Campbell passed away at
his home near May at 5:30 Tuesday
morning. Deceased was 76 years old
at bis death. Funeral services were
held at the home by Rev. Burke Wed-
nesday afternoon. Burial in Ever-
Seperators at Hub
OPEN TOR BUSINESS.
New, clean, up-to-date.
Refurnished, nice clean
rooms. Come make it
your home when in Buffalo
We cater to the best
trade. Good cook, good
service, reasonable rates.
Give us a (rial and
watch us grow.
JAY JONES, Prop*
Remember that we handle
and are putting out goods
that merit your trade.
| A. C. Cline hdw. Co
Harry M. Welch, county commis
sioner for the third district, was on |
baud Monday to attend the regular
meeting of the board.
January has been nice and warm so ;
far, and if the weather man does not
miss his guess, we will have more of
such weather this month.
Remember we are giving 10,000 pia
uo votes all next week with every dol- j
lar received on subscription. 25,000;
for each 5-year subscription.
A. C. Booth, of the southwest part
ot the county, was transacting busi-
ness with the board of county commis-
sioners Monday of this week.
Rev. L. B. Barker, Presbyterian !
minister of Woodward, missionary for
this section, was in Buffalo several j
days the past week, and held several j
If you want to sell, list your farm
with me; if you want to buy, I will
furnish you the money,
tf C. A. Wyatt,
Bappe Bldg. Buffalo, Okla1
Card of Thanks.
We wish to thank all who so kindly
assisted in the care and burial of our
husband and grandfather.
Mrs. Elizabeth Wolfe.
Mu. and Mrs. John Wolfe
It is to your advantage to watch and read our ads.
For each week we call to your attention something that we con
that we consider a real bargain and is worth your investigation.
We wish to call your attention to our complete line of mattresses.
Ranging in price from $3.50 to $18.00.
We are offering this week a high quality all-cotton mattress, of
extra good ticking and woighitig 45 pouuds, at the unheard of
f price of $7.00. We invite comparison.
* We have also just received several select patterns of liuoleum,
% ranging in price from (55<fc to $1.50 per yard.
| It is also to your advantage to waten our window, for every Mon
f day morning we make a complete change and place before you
the latast designs and styles in furniture and rugs.
% Call and investigate for yourself. Don't forget to watch our window.
w. i—I. nrE:ivir=i_E:, t
i Hardware and Furniture %
| Buffalo. Oklahoma Dunlap, Oklahoma |
Christian Church Notes.
ORDER OF SERVICE
11:00 A.M. Bible School,
1 LOO A. M. Communion Service.
11:15 A. M. Sermon by Pastor.
7:00 P. M. Christian Endeavor
7.45 P. M. Sermon by Pastor.
Please note the change in time ol i
the evening services—Christian En-
deavor meets one-hall hour later and
! the evening preaching service begins ;
j lifteen minutes later. Let us try to be j
on time at all the services.
The annual electiou church officers j
will be held next Sunday. Every j
member of the church is urged to be
present and do his share in the con- i
\ Sermon subject for the morning, The
Claude L. Love, of the east side of New Bible; evening.Christian Growth
the county was a business visitor in EVerybody is cordially invited to at
the county seat Tuesday of this week, j tend these Bervices.
and while here had his name enrolled |--
upon our subscription list. !
This is 1915, and the Harper Couuty | Northwest of Buffalo.
Democrat is satisfied with the liberal i . . . ., ............ 1
business patronage it has enjoyed dur- j $ e* - j
ing 1914, and trust that our patroas are preacher McLain is holding
satisfied with the service we have ren-
dered them. We ask for a continu-
evening meetings Green-
ance of your bu.ine" and til. do our leaf school house *his week.
best to please you
Dr. F A. Allen, eye specialist, for-
merly of Tulsa, will be at the Central
Hotel in Buffalofrom Januaiy 8th un -
til Jauuary 21th. Dr. Allen is locat
ing at Woodward, and being desirous
Mrs. McEndrcj irned from
Kansas Monday, where she has
been visiting her mother for two
Janie McEndree’s school at
of establishing a practice among the Chain C closed last W’eek on ac-
people of Buffalo and vicinity, he count 0f smallpOX.
takes this method of establishing an
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Clark
were visiting old neighbors in
the south part of the county
J. T. Delaney and wife are
acquaintance. If you desire the use
of glasses, he will tit your eyes perfect-
ly at a reasonable price. If an opera-
tion or a course of treatment is need-
ed, he will give you the benefit of his
years of experience by advising you, .... - „
what course to pursue. Dr. Allen visiting With hlS folks in
guarantees perfect work in every case, southern part of Oklahoma,
as he expects to continue doing work ^ C Oliver has two little onts
‘IZLZX ^JZ W* -k with lunjE fever
tions free on Saturdays. i 12 George Heading and family
i are visiting in Missouri this
M. E. Church Notes. winter.
1 he services of last Sunday were Charlie Delaney had a
well attended both rooming and night ' ,
1 way while going
Come in and Visit 11$
and find out about our many bar-
gains some of which we quote you
Potatoes, per bushel......75c
Cabbage, per cwt...........1-25
Good Coffee, per lb.........15c
Fancy Jonathan Apples,
Men’s Overalls, 100 grade 89c
Men's Work Shirts .......39c
Men's Heavy Union Suits,
Men’s Gloves, 100 vrade • 8
Men’s Gloves. 50c grade 39c
These are only a tew of our
many bargains. RE MEMBER
OUR PIANO CONTEST.
The Roberts Dry
Sunday School and preaching ser-
vices at Buffalo Flats were well at-
Rev. Parker of the Presbyteriau
church preached both morning and
uigtit to good audience*, lie also
preached Monday. Tuesday, add Wed
neaday night*. ____
Preaching next Sunday morning and morning,
evening, come and you will receive a ,
_ home fron ;
church last Friday evening. Ni j
one was hurt, but the bugk.v
had to be repaired.
E. E. O’Brien and Mr. G>s;tt
commenced drilling a well f« r
James Vanvampen Tues h y
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Adams, E. Lee. The Harper County Democrat (Buffalo, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, January 8, 1915, newspaper, January 8, 1915; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc941748/m1/3/: accessed December 8, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.