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 OKbits File Harper County: Buffalo

The Buffalo Republican

February 3, 1910

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Notice Of Publication Samuel F. SCHOOLER, of Willard, Oklahoma, who on August 19, 1906 made (description of land),  has filed notice of intention to make final five year proof to establish claim to the land described, before J.L. GRIFFITTS, Judge of the county court or in his absence, before the clerk of said court, at Buffalo, Okla., on the 23rd day of March, 1910.
Claimant names as witnesses: John WIRTS, Charles J. PETTIGREW, William STITH, of Willard, Okla. and John R. BEEMAN, of Buffalo, Okla. Geo. D. ORNER,  Register

Notice of Publication Notice is hereby given that John A. BROWN, of Charleston, Okla., who on Aug. 17, 1904 made (description of land-unable to read), has filed notice of intention to make final five year proof to establish claim to the land described, before J.L. GRIFFITTS, judge of the county court or in his absence, before the clerk of said court, at Buffalo, Okla. on the 23rd day of March, 1910. Claimant names as witnesses: Jacob WEBBER, James W. MESSICK, William HIGBY, Kuton BRUMLEY, of Charleston, Okla. Geo. D. ORNER,  Register

Notice of Publication Notice is hereby given that Benjamin P. BURTON, of Willard, Okla., who on March 26, 1908, made (description of land-not able to read), has filed notice of intention to make final five year proof to establish claim to the land described, before Frank WHITE, clerk of the district court, at Buffalo, Okla., on the 24th day of March, 1910.
Claimant names as witnesses: William B. HUMPHREY, Nathan W. COIR, John W. ETHERTON, of Willard, Okla. and John R. BEEMAN, of Buffalo, Okla. Geo. D. ORNER, Register

Notice of Publication Notice is hereby given that John J. McLAIN, of Buffalo, Okla., who on March 11, 1905, made (description of land-unable to read), has filed notice of intention to make final five year proof to establish claim to the land described, before Frank WHITE, clerk of the district court, at Buffalo, Okla. on the 24th day of March, 1910.
Claimant names as witnesses: Alonzo RUSSELL, James K. BAKER, Henry MILLER, James ?HARSHA, of Buffalo, Okla. Geo. D. ORNER, Register

Notice of Publication Notice is hereby given that John LAKER, of Charleston, Okla., who on March 28, 1905, made (description of land-unable to read), has filed notice of intention to make final five year proof to establish claim to the land described, before Frank WHITE, clerk of the district court, at Buffalo, Okla. on the 30th day of March, 1910.
Claimant names as witnesses: Newton A. BRUMLEY, John C. HUCKABY,  Fred MARTIN, William (looks like) INCERLIED, of Charleston, Okla. Geo. D. ORNER, Register

Notice of Publication Notice is hereby given that John W. MOSIER, of Willard, Okla., who on April 11, 1904, made (description of land-unable to read), has filed notice of intention to make final five year proof to establish claim to the land described, before Frank WHITE, clerk of the district court, at Buffalo, Okla. on the 26th day of March, 1910.
Claimant names as witnesses: James HAYES, John W. BROCK, Harvey W. HANCOCK, Jacob A. SALIER, all of Willard, Okla. Geo. D. ORNER, Register

Notice of Publication Notice is hereby given that Jeshus TEMPLE, of Buffalo, Okla., who on Nov. 9th, 1906, made (description of land-unable to read), has filed notice of intention to make final five year proof to establish claim to the land described, before Frank WHITE, clerk of the district court, at Buffalo, Okla. on the 8th day of  April, 1910.
Claimant names as witnesses: Messiah T. DAY, Allen R. DAY, David H. KENDALL, Fred SHANE, of Buffalo, Okla. Geo. D. ORNER, Register.

The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Art. HUMPHRIES, who lives near the south line of the county in Haskell precinct, died last Thursday and was buried Friday.

A birthday party was given Monday night at the home of  D.M. NEATHERY in honor of Miss  Zelah's birthday, at which a number of our young folks participated. They report having a most enjoyable time.
A.W. BRIER, who has managing(sic) the old Shane livery barn for some time, has bought the old Spurlock barn in Woodward and moved up there the first of the week. We regret to see he and his family leave Harper county but wish them success in their new home.

Miss Lenore BUCKIE, who has had been employed in this office the past months, resigned her position last Saturday, being called to Canadian, Texas, to assist her brother in his business, he being confined to his bed. 

G.E. FORD last week construdted(sic) an artistic belt to be played for by gentlemen of the Buffalo Whist Club. It is embellished by an artistic burnt work mohograin of the clubs official title; besides many other hand-painted designs more or less symbolical which will cause it to be greatly prized and strived for.


February 24, 1910

Notice To Creditors To the creditors of G.H. REDER,  Deceased.
The creditors of the above named decedent are hereby notified that the undersigned was by the County Court of Harper County, Oklahoma, appointed Administrator of the estate of said decedent, and that all persons having claims against the estate of said decedent are required to exhibit them to the undersigned T.B. RETLER or E.J. DICK, attorney, with the necessary vouchers, at the office of E.J. DICK, Buffalo, Okla. or to T.H. REDER, Guthrie, Okla. , Within four months from the date of the first publication of this notice, to wit: from the sd(?) day of February, 1910.
Dated January 29th , 1910 - T.H. REDER, Administrator, E.J. DICK, Att'y for Administrator.
Order For Hearing Petition To Sell Real Estate State of Oklahoma In County Court Harper County In the matter of the estate of G.H. REDER, deceased. Now, on this 2nd day of February, 1910, T. R. REDER having filed herein his petition for the sale of the real estate described in said petition, for reasons in said petition stated. It is ordered, that the said petition be and is hereby set for hearing on the 3rd of March, A.D. 1910 at 10 o'clock a.m., at which time all persons interested in said estate and required to appear and show cause, if any they have, why an order should not be granted for the sale of so much of the real estate of the said decedent as is necessary for the reasons set forth in said petition. It is further ordered that a copy of this order be published for four successive weeks in the Republican, of Buffalo, Oklahoma. J.L. GRIFFITTH, County Judge E.J. DICK, Att'y for Anministrator(sic) Notice To Creditors To the Creditors of Franklin L.


February 24, 1910

SLUMAN, Deceased.
The creditors of the above named desedent(sic) are hereby notified that the undersigned was by the County Court of Harper County, appointed Administrator of the estate of said decedent, and that all persons having claims against the estate of the said decedent are required to exhibit them to the said undersigned William J. SLUMAN with the necessary vouchers, at his residence, situated on the nw 1/4, e, 2?, two 29, range 24 west, within four months from the date of the first publication of this notice, to witt: from the 3rd day of February, 1910.
Dated January 31st, 1910 William J. SLUMAN, Administrator E.J. DICK, Att'y for Administrator.

Notice For Re-Publication Department of the Interior, U.S. Land Office at Woodward, Okla. Jan. 19, 1910
Notice is hereby given that Carl ? LUNGE, Lucy, Okla., who on December 12th, 190? made (description of land), had filed notice of intention to make final five year proof to establish claim to the land described before Frank WHITE, clerk of the district court, at Buffalo, Okla., on the 3rd day of March, 1910.
Claimant named witnesses: Albert CUSHMAN, Fred C. TANNER, William S. COCKRELL,  Of Lucy, Okla., and George B. CRAWFORD of Burford, Okla. Geo. D. ORNER, Register

Contest Notice Department of the Interior, U.S. Land Office at Woodward, Okla. January 24, 1910.
A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed in this office by Luther J. WILLS, contestant, against homestead entry No. 88738, made March 17, 1908, for the (description of land-unable to read), by Edward A. MCMILLAN, contestee, in which it is allege that said entryman has wholly abandoned the above tract of land for more than six months last past and next prior to the date herein. That said defaults still exist and that said alleged absence from the said land was not due to his employment in the army, navy, or marine corp. of the United States, nor a private soldier, officer, seaman or marine during the war with Spain or during another war in which the United States may be engaged in, said parties are hereby notified to appear, respond, and offer evidence touching said allegation at 10 o'clock a.m. on March 7th, 1910, before the Register and Receiver in the U.S. Land Office at Woodward, Oklahoma. The said contestant having, in a proper affidavit, filed January 24, 1910 set forth facts which show that after due diligence personal service of this notice could not be made, it is hereby order and directed that such notice be given by due and proper publication. C.C. HORN, Receiver.

Notice To Creditors To the Creditors of Ora M. MAXWELL, Deceased
To the Creditors of  the above named decedent are hereby notified that the undersigned was, by the county court of Harper county, Oklahoma, appointed administrator of the estate of said decedent, and that all persons having claims against the estate of said decedent are required to exhibit them to the undersigned, B.E. WILLIAMS, with the necessary vouchers, at his office in Buffalo, Oklahoma, within four months from the date of the first publication of this notice, to wit: from the 10th day of February, 1910.
Dated February 5th, 1910 B.E. WILLIAMS, Administrator

Notice To Creditors To the Creditors of Daniel K. MAXWELL, Deceased
The Creditors of the above named decedent are hereby notified the the undersigned was by the county court of Harper county, Oklahoma, appointed administrator of the estate of said decedent, and that all person having claims against the estate of said decedent are rexuired(sic) to oxhibit(sic) them to said undersigned B.E. WILLIAMS.
Dated 10th day of February 1910. B.E. WILLIAMS, Administrator

Contest Notice January 25, 1910
A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed in this office by Hamer C. ANDERSON, contestant, against homestead entry No. 26566 made August 25th, 1905, for (description of land), by Warren H. ANDERSON, contestee, in which it is alleged that Warren H. ANDERSON has wholly abandoned said tract for more than six months since making the entry and next prior to the date herein; that said tract is not settled upon and culdivatyd(sic) by said party as required by law, and said defaults having not been cured, said parties are hereby notified to appear, respond and offer evidence on March 15th, before J.L. GRIFFITTS, judge of  of(sic) the county court, at his office in Buffalo, Oklahoma, and that final hearing will be held at 10 o'clock a.m. March 25th, 1910 before the Register and Reciver(sic) of the United States land office in Woodward, Okla. The said contestant having in a proper affidavit, filed January 28, 1910, set froth actual service can not be made, it is hereby ordered and directed that such notice be given by due ahd(sic) proper publication. Geo. D. ORNEY, Register.

Notice To Creditors To the Creditors of Mary A. HATHAWAY, Deceased
The Creditors of the above named decedent are hereby notified that the undersigned was by the county court of Harper county, Oklahoma, appointed administrator of the estate of said decedent and that all persons having claims against the estate of said decedent are required to exhibit them to said undersigned, A.S. ALLISON, with the necessary vouchers at the residents of  A.S. ALLISON, or to E.L. DICK, Buffalo, Oklahoma, within four months from the date of the first publication, to wit: from the 10th day of February, 1910.
Dated February 10, 1910 A.S. ALLISON, Administrator E.J. DICK, Att'y for Administrator


March 3, 1910

M.J. VORIS moved to Woodward the first of the week.

J.M. BRINK was on the sick list the first of the week.

One of Mr. and Mrs. D.P. PARKER'S children has been quite sick this week.

M.P. TERRY and family spent Saturday and Sunday in the city, the guest of W.H. SPILLERS.

Brad GRIMES, Ed, Able and P.R. COTHERS of Ashland were in Buffalo Monday of this week on business.

C.R. MALLORY, of Charleston, was in the city a couple of days the first of the week attending county court.

W.F. EWING, from the northeast part of the county, was transacting business in the city Monday.

Mrs. Jno. FITZWATER, of Haskell township, was in Buffalo a few hours Monday enroute home from the Herring ranch. Make Final Proofs before J.T. GRIFFITTS, Judge of County Court.

R.O RENFREW, of Woodford, was in Buffalo most of last week on business. R.O. enjoys visiting a good town.

C.C. ARNOLD of Anthony, Kansas, was in Buffalo one day the first of the week looking after his business interest here.

C.A. WYATT has purchased the Paris PAREAU property in the north part of town, Mr. PAREAU will remain in California.

Geo. HUGABOOM and family moved this week from the FORSTER building on West Turner Street to the L.E. SHANE residence.

Mr. John WHITMAN returned last Sunday from Grant county for a visit with relatives and friends here and made a friendly call at our office Monday.

B.E. WILLIAMS, Mrs. M.J. ACKLEY and Mrs. O.G. HARPER spent the day last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. CRAWFORD, eight miles southwest of town.

Death Of Mrs. TERRELL
Mrs. Mona TERRELL, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N.A. TERPENING, living northwest of Buffalo, died at their home Monday, February 28 and was laid to rest in High Point cemetery next day. Mrs. TERRELL had been a sufferer for years, and while her death was not unexpected, it came suddenly and was a shock to her relatives and many friends.
Deceased was a kind, industrious Christian woman, a good neighbor and greatly esteemed by all who knew her. She leaves a father and mother, sisters and brothers, and a host of friends to mourn her departure, and the sympathy of all goes out to them in their sorrow.

A Good Citizen Gone On Tuesday, March 1, C.P. LYONS, living near Kibby, died after a long illness with kidney trouble and was buried Wednesday in High Point cemetery, just east of Buffalo.
In compliance with the request of the deceased the funeral was conducted by the Masonic lodge of Buffalo, the impressive funeral rites of the lodge being carried out in full.
We could not learn the age and place of birth of deceased, but knew him for several years as an upright citizen and a good neighbor. He and his family settled on their homestead in this county several years ago, and by hard work and careful management have prospered.
Decease leaves a wife and two sons to mourn his death and the sympathy of a host of friends go out to them in their deep sorrow.

Dr. W.S. OYLER, painless dentist, will be in Buffalo March 4 to 15

State vs. S.E. FOWLER, selling liquor.


March 17, 1910

J.W. NELSON Dead
John W. NELSON was born in Grant county, Indiana, April 13, 1877. He removed to southwest Missouri with his parents in 1880, where he grew to manhood and on February 22, 1908, was married to Miss Della WELCH.
They remained there until January 1909, when they moved to Oklahoma, residing here until his death on March 17, 1910.
Deceased leaves a wife and one child, mother, one full brother and three half brothers and one half sister, all of whom reside near Buffalo, to mourn his death and in their sorrow have the sympathy of all.
Funeral services were held at the Baptist church, conducted by Rev. J.W. HANDLEY, after which the remains were conveyed to High Point cemetery and consigned to rest. A large number of sympathetic friends and neighbors attended to pay their last respects to a good citizen and neighbor.

R.P. DALEY Dead
Word was received here Wednesday evening that R.P. DALEY, of Charleston, had died that afternoon. Mr. DALEY suffered a stroke of paralysis a couple of months ago, and since that time he has failed gradually until he died.
He came to this country among the early settlers of this section, was a man of advanced knowledge, an active, public spirited citizen, alive to the needs of his county and always active in any movement for the general welfare. He was well known and greatly esteemed by most of our people here, who will regret to learn of his death.
The remains were taken to his old home in Nebraska to be laid to rest beside his relatives there, the sympathy of all goes out to the bereaved relatives in their sorrow.

Obituary of Mrs. Sarah C. LAUDREDTH
Sarah Catherine ROBBINS was born near Cincitanati(sic), Ohio, on May 7, 1835. She spend her girlhood in this state, marrying at the age of eighteen, her first husband, David MATHEWS, one child, Nancy Jane, was born to them. Mr. MATHEWS died when the child was nine years old. His widow then moved to Indiana and late to Iowa, where in October 1866 she was married to her second husband, Thomas LAUDREDTH. Six children, Mary, Lants, Alexander, Cora, Eli and Manuah were born to (section missing) for a long time, but was confined to her bed October 11, 1909 and endured a great deal of suffering until she passed onto her eternal home at 9:45 a.m. March 10, 1910, aged 74 years, 10 months, and 3 days old.
One brother, John ROBBINS, of Georgetown, Ohio and five children, Mrs. Mary WELLS of Mooreland, Okla., Mrs. Laura CLARK, Mrs. Cora NUTTER, of  Alec and Eli Landedth, of Willard, Okla. survive her. Hannah at the age of three years and Nancy Jane in her young womanhood, leaving a husband and four children, both preceded  their mother to the better land.
Mrs. LANDREDTH united with the Christian  church at the age of eighteen years. After coming to Oklahoma she joined the United Brothers church.
The funeral services were held at the Fort Diamond school house and burial at Willard cemetery, services held by Rev. C.S. EMBRER

Grandma HASTENS Dec'd After a lingering illness of several months
Grandma HASTENS died last Sunday morning. The announcement of her death came as a shock to her many friends, as it was reported only Saturday that she seemed to be improving.
Funeral service were held at the Methodist church Monday afternoon, after which the remains were laid to rest in High Point cemetery, attended by the relatives and a large number of friends and neighbors, who sorrow fully performed the last sad rites.
Nancy P. ODELL was born July 13, 1841, and on November 22, 1850 was married to O.H.P. HASTENS. She departed this life March 13, 1910, aged 68 years, 8 months.
Two sons and a daughter survive her. Mrs. HASTENS was acquainted with a great many people in this county and was highly esteemed by all and lived by her intimates for her tranpull, genial disposition and gentle manners. Se settle among the pioneers of this part of Harper county. The bereaved relatives have the sympathy of all in there deep sorrow.

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