The Harper County Democrat (Buffalo, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 36, Ed. 1 Friday, January 1, 1915 Page: 3 of 4
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Bits of News About People You Know Briefly Told.
Springer Cows and Heifers. All
good colors and ages. Uuy D. Bulen,
Velton, Ob la.
See Hubbard for Harness, tt.
Cool loans money on farms, tf
Schuttler and Loudenbaus wagon
at Hubbard’s, tf
See Sitka Lumber Co. for Sharpies
B A. L. Roberts was over from Rosston
Wednesday of this week.
ChaB. Walden was trading in Buffalo
Wednesday of last week,
50 patterns of rugs to choose from at
Temple’s Furniture Store.
Season tickets for lecture course for
sale at Miller’s Drug Store.
Call and let us show you our Silo.
Sitka Lumber Co. Sitka, Kans.
Prove up before A. H. Walker
County Judge, Buffalo, Okla. tf.
J. U. Wiedricb of the south side was
a business visitor in town Wed nesday.
For Well-Drilling see E. E. O’Brien.
7 miles east of Rosston, Okla. 12 25 4t
W. H. Higbee, of the Charleston
country, was a business visitor in town
Clare Stewart and father, G. W.
Stewart, were in the city Wednesday of
this week from the Charleston coun-
L. E. Shane, of east of town, was
shaking hands with Buffalo friends
Four room residence for rent. Close
in. Inquire of Mrs. J. E. Anderson or
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
Rev. L. B. Parker of Woodward will
preach at the Methodist church Sunday
at 11:00 a.m. Further meetings to be
White Bramas For Sale—I have some
nice pure bred White Brama Roosters
for sale. Price from 81.00 up. Dr. F.
Z. Winchell, Buffalo, Oklahoma.
We sent Second Notices to a number
of subscribers this week and trust that
they will be good enough to to save us
the trouble of sending any more.
Our good friend, Z. T. Miller of west
of town, was shaking hands with his
friends here Wednesday and called to
renew his subscription to the Demo-
B. Milliom, cashier of the Bank of
Supply, was a business visitor in our
city Tuesday of this week. Mr. Mil-
liom made the Democrat office a brief
call. He is a very pleasant gentleman
Mrs. Floyd Gann was a county seat
visitor the latter part of last week and
made the Democrat a short call. Mrs.
Gann is one of the leading contestants
in the Roberts Piano contest, and is
hustling to win.
Chas. Keene was up from Dunlap
the tirst of the week, where he has en-
gaged in the feed yard business. Char-
lie has also traded for the Shane livery
bam here. While in town he renewed
his subscription for another year.
N,S. Seary, of northeast of town,
called Wednesday morning and left a
dollar on subscription, and as he said,
“for hush money.” We’ll hush now
until next year at least. We only get
noisy once a year about subscriptions,
Mrs. W. H. Temple weBt to Supply
Wednesday to meet her sister, Mrs.
Anna Castor, who was returning from
Oklahoma City, where she a as oper
ated on for goitre. Mrs. Castor is im-
proving as rapidly as can be expected.
We are glad to state that we have 75
less delinquent subscribers now than
we had three weeks ago, that many
having come in and paid up or renew-
ed. Now let all the rest do the same
and we will start off the Neiv Year
One of the contestants in the Rob-
erts-Democrat Piano contest Informed
us the other day that she had about 50
subscriptions to turn In, which is evi
dence that she is bustling. The way
to win that piaco is to let no stone go
unturned until the last day.
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Mr. and Mrs.Silas Lamunyon of La- action then pending wherin Charlotte D.
I Kom was plaintiff and Charles O. .Lewis
▼•rne, Oklahoma, were in the city ; anj Carrie M. Lewis, husband and wife
See Hubbard for Harness' tf.
H. Kuhn was in town Saturday from
Tom Larkie was trading in the city
A full line of Ford repairs at Hub-
bard’s garage. tf
John Deere Iron Clad and Weber
Wagons at Temple’s.
E. L. Neal, of northwest of Buffalo,
was trading here last Saturday.
Make your final proof before L. E.
Crays, clerk of the district court.
Miss Ola Smalley wa9 trading in the
city Saturday from north of town.
call and let us show you our Silo
Sitka Lumber co., Sitka, Kansas, tf
C. R. Cool—The Land Man sells
farms. List your farm with him.—tf
Bill Sheriff, of the Doby Springs
neighborhood, was a trader in the city
Another car load of up to date fur-
niture, carpets, rugB, etc., just received
Sitka Lumber Co. for Lumber, Hard-
ware and ail kinds building Material
E. M. Claycomb was a business vis-
itor in town Monday from the north
side of the county,
P. Sellman, ranchman of the
southeast part was in the county seat
Tuesday of this week.
C. H. Dungan, of the Doby Springs
country, was a business visitor in the
county seat Sa turday.
Geo. G. Brown was a caller at our
office Saturday and had bis subscrip-
tion marked up a notch.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Thompson, of
the Willard country, were visitors to
the county seat Monday.
E. E. Campbell of southwest of Buf
falowaa attending to business matters
here Monday of this week.
FOR SALE—Galloway Cream Sep-
arator, Good as Dew, a bargain. Ap
piytoj. W. Mix. Buffalo. tf
John L. Woolen was a county seat
visitor from the west part of the coun-
ty the latter part of last week.
Miss Larkie Temple, who has been
attending the Northwestern Normal at
Alva, spent the holidays at home.
Arthur F. Shaw was among the ma-
ny who left a dollar for the editor the
past week to apply on subscription.
John Kinnard, brother of Mrs. J. E.
Anderson, spent Christmas sve and
part of Christmas day at the home of
L.Shuman, of the northwest part of
Death of W. A. Wolfe.
W. A. Wolfe passed away Sunday
afternoon at C:25 at the home of hie
grandson, John Wolf, near Charleston.
Deceased was born In Illinois on Jan-
uary 15, 1840, and was 74 years, II
months and 12 days old at he lime ol
his death. Funeral was held Tuesday
afternoon, interment in Hopewell cem-
Odd Fellows’ Meeting
The public entertainment given by
the Buffalo Lodge I. O. O. F. at the
Christian church Wednesday, Decem-
ber 23rd. wus well attended by the peo-
ple of Buffalo and vicinity.
Rev. Harp delivered a splendid talk
upon the History and Purposes of the
Odd Fellowship, assisted by recitations
by his children, Beaulah, Eulah, and
Theodore. The church was packed to
overflowing and all present expressed
themselves appreciatively of the even-
ing’s entertainment and instruction.
M. E. Church Notes.
Services next Sunday. The puipit
will be filled in the morning by Rev.
L. B. Parker of Woodward.
The pastor has been out of town
part of two week8,
There is a growing interest and the
attendance is increasing every Sunday.
The man who tries to “ride the
fence” and not take a stand and show
where he stands is not the one to tie to;
taking chances in the wrong direction
is dangerous; the "Sin of lnaotion” is
one of the greatest sins of the age.
Come and hear this subject discussed
by the pastor next Sunday evening.
Bible readings conducted by the pas
tor every Thursday evening. Come
and eDjoy these services.
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Mrs. Millie Eudora Herring Hurley,
wife of G. W. Hurley, was born in
Texas November 3rd. 1871, and was
called to her reward December 23rd,
1*114. She was 43 years, one month and
tweuty days old. She leaves to mourn
her loss a husband, mother, and one
daughter ancl three sons, two brothers
and three sisters. She united with the
M. E. church in 1894 and lived and
died in the faith.
She died at the home of her daugh-
ter, Mrs. W.O. Lamb, at Carrier, Ok-
lahoma, and was laid to rest in the
Carrier cemetary December 26th.
Funeral services were conducted by
Rev. D. B. Cooke of the United
Their many friends in Harper coun
ty extend sympathy to the bereaved in
their time of sadness.
Christian Church Notes.
OPEN FOR 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 trial and
watch us grow.
JAY JONES, Prop.
A. C. Cline Hdw. Co
ORDER Oi SERVICE
1C :00 A. M. Bible School,
11:00 A. M. Communion Service.
11:15 A. M. Sermon by Pastor.
0:30 P. M. Christian Endeavor
7.30 P, M. Sermon by Pastor.
The annual election of Bible School
officers was held laBt Sunday. The fol-
lowing officers were chosen:
Supt., J. S. Westhwfer; ass’t, supt. x
O. L. Zook; sec.-treas.. Terry An-if*
With our new leaders and the new
year before us, let ua take a new Inter-
est in our Bible School and work that
we will make it the best it has been.
Pray each of us, do our part by faith-
ful attendance and active service.
AH former pupils and all others not
working in other schools are urged to
come and work with us
Don’t Read This Ad f
Unless you want to know what we are offering this week. J
We have several Smoking Sets, Doll Carts, Cedar Chests, Pedestals, and $
Plate Racks, left over from Christmas, which we are going to sell at the low- ^
est possible prices. f
1 $5.00 Smoking Set................$4.00 1 $2.50 Pedestal................ ..$2.00
1 3.50 “ “ ................ 2.90 1 2.25 “ 1.75
1 3.25 “ “ ................ 2.65 1 2.00 " 1.50
1 3.00 “ “ ................ 2.40 1 1.75 " 1.30
2 2.75 “ “ 2.15 2 2.25 Rubber Tired Doll Carts.....1.60
110.00 Medium Sized Cedar Chest____ 8.90 4 1 50 Steel Wheel Doll Carts......1.20
1 16.00 Large “ “ “ —14.75 2 2.25 Plate Racks.........
, The officers of the C. E. were re-e-
thecounty, was down to the county lected. Let us givethem newund bet-
W. P-T. TEMPLE,
Hardware and Furniture
Buffalo. Oklahoma Dunlap, Oklahoma
seat Tuesday of this week and made ; ter support
Everybody is cordially invited to at-
tend ail these services,
this office a call.
J. E. Andrews and A. L. DeMott
were down from the northwest part of
the county last Saturday attending to
J. G. Williams, of the west side, was
a business visitor in Buffalo Monday,
and while here made the Democrat
man a pleasant call.
E. Hickman was down from the
Willard neighborhood Tuesday and
called to have Lis name enrolled upon
our subscription list for a year.
looking after business matters here on Hesays that the climate is tine,but that
Tuesday, and while in town called to fr°m the standpoint of making a liv-
advance his subscription to the Her-! ,n& the average man, unless he is well
per County Democrat. \ fixed with this world’s goods, had bet-
lf you want to sell, list your farm ^ remain away. I^nd sells for 81,000
ith me: if vou want tn h..v T an acre «°'“Proved, land sells for as
Watch Temple’s display this week
Arthur Dunavant Returns.
A. C Dunavant and family returned
Saturday from California where the)
have been for the past fourteen months
and will again be citizens of Okla-
Arthur is not very well impressed
with California, or at least that part of i
Jessup, of the west side, was it where he was located, near La llarba.
with me; if you want to buy, I will
furnish you the money,
tf O. A. Wyatt,
Pappe Bldg. Buffalo, Okla
Joe Munson of the Kibby country
was in the county seat Tuesday, ac
high as 81,000 an acre.
He says that it is a fruit country
around La Harba b it that the fruii j
growers are not makh; my money fori
the reason that the cumro'ssion firms t
get all the profit, lie was fortunate
more fellows named Joe.
'' isb there were 8ay8 he 8aw hundieds of bushels ot
lemons thrown away that were no
smaller than the lemons we buy here.
Uis uncle, John Dunavant, is near
Pomona and Arthur says that evert
Notice of Sheriff’s Sale of Land
Foreclosure. — --------
Notice is hereby given that In pursuance n*kht they are obliged to keep the
of an order ol sate issued out of the dis- smudge Bolb going to prevent the fruit
trlct court of Harper county. Oklahoma. , . . ..
on the l»tii day of December. 1914, in an ‘rom being lrost bitten.—Jet \ Ultor.
Wednesday of this week, having been
called here on legal matters. This is
Mrs. Lamunyon*s first trip to Buffalo
in four years and she seemed glad to
meet her old falends here.
.1. T. Brady, manager of the Snake
Creek Ranch across the state line in
Kansas, was a business visitor In the
city Thursday ol last week, end whi'e
here left an order for some letter heads
end envelopee. He also hed bis name
enrolled upon our subscription list for
Tbe Democrat now has the largest
number of subscribers it ties rrar bed
eioce the paper was established eight
-------------------------- , De LavaiCream
wwto defendants, directed to me. the an- J bard’s tf
dersigned sheriff of Harper count*, state _
of Oklahoma, commanding me to levy up-
on and sell the following described prop
The West one-half of the Northeast
Quarter, and the East one-half of the
Northwest Quarter of Section 8e\»n In
Township Twenty-live North of Range
Twenty. West of tbe Indian Heridiao.ln
Harper county, state of Oklahoma, con-
taining 160 acres, more or )eSt,
to satisfy a judgment and decree ef fore-
closure In ravor of tbs said plaintiff and
agatnstaald defendants obtained and made
tu -aid court on the 13th day of December.
ISIS, for the tun of 9110.00 and »10 5S a -
rrued costs, and 975.00 attorney's fees,
with Interest thereon at the rate of 10 per
cent per annum from the 2nd dav of Octo-
I her. Itll. and costs accrnlng: I will on the
l«t day of February. rJl». a* ih» Ik
Seperators at Hul
Standing of Contestants in the
Roberts Piano Contest on
Wednesday, Dec 9.
Come in and Visit lls
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
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9*o'clock p m. of Mid day at the (,..a,
Our business bu made '.taifSIisSS ,B
, Buffalo, stats of Oklahoma. offer for sale
splendid growth during the past year Usd ssii to the'bltfhem'bMderSkui;
in every line and we hope to merit the ! "“F"*7shows described, or
rent inner! - —*----nf tl.e I I*??"**?’***** *•** 1« Uffuent With
continued business of tbe people of
Harper county during the New Veer
Internet and cost*.
.Witness nay band this 9th day of De-
cember. A. D. 1S14- I. N. WAGGONER.
1 287 700
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Adams, E. Lee. The Harper County Democrat (Buffalo, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 36, Ed. 1 Friday, January 1, 1915, newspaper, January 1, 1915; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc942287/m1/3/: accessed January 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.