Maramec Weekly Monitor. (Maramec, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 30, Ed. 1 Friday, March 29, 1912 Page: 1 of 4
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MARAMEC, PAWNEE COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY. MARCH 29. 1912.
Money in the
There is money in the Chicken
Business, provided you use up to
date methods. If you want to make
$100 to where you are now making
$10, use one of our Up-to-date Incu-
bators. We have them now in stock.
We will sell them at 10 per cent dis-
count. Where can you beat that?
Do Not Forget
We are headquarters in handling
all kinds of Farm Implements,
Harness, Fresh Seeds of all
Vote on Consolidation of Schools
The Enterprise school hoard
Iihs decided to call an election to
vote on the proposition of con-
solidating that district and Mara
mec district. If this is accom-
plished the children of these dis-
tricts will reap the benefits and
advantages of a better school than
either have at present. It. is to he
expected that some day this com-
munity will have the hest school
in Pawnee county. It can he
made hest and why not T
For several years the Maramec
school Ims taken the lead of any-
thing in the county its size. Now
by adding more territory, more
pupils and more energy, there
will be no trouble in taking the
Thought He Had Seen the Great
The following is a conversation
between a mother and her little
son on their way home fi-om Mar-
amec the other evening. The boy
was very much in earnest, and the
Dov—"Mamma, wasn't that
big fat man standing in front of
Whitlock's, Roosevelt ?''
Boy—"I always thought he
looked like his pictures that I
saw in the papers. Does Taft
stay in Maramec too. mamma!"
Mamma—"No. son. I don't
think he does. I've never seen
Boy- ' He's got lots of money
hasn't, he mamma, and he don't
have to do anything, only stay
around by Whit lock's does he?"
Mamma "I guess he has quite
a hit of money and don't have to
Boy—"I'm sure going to vote
for him. ain't you mamma!"
Mamma 'No. 1 think I'll vote
Boy—"Will Roosevelt come to I
our house, so I can vote for himf j
Then the mother explained to
him. that neither of them could
vote and that his papa would
have to go to the hig white school-
house north of Grandpa's to vote.
After they reached home she
told his papa who he thought was
Roosevelt, and he said. "why. son.
don't you know Ed Ryan?"
Whereupon, be said. "Yes. I
know him. but I never did know
he waa Roosevelt before."
Ryan said, when told of it. that
he didn't know how Roosevelt
would take it. but he disliked the
The W. R. Ladies will sirve
an Easter supper at the U. B.
church at Maramec Friday night,
April 5, 1912.
Everybody is cordially invited
to come and help these worthy
ladies in a noble cause.
The Maramec Rebekah Lodge
expects to go to Blackburn next
Friday night to institute a Re-
[ hckah lodge at that place. It is
unlerstood that Mrs. James Duff
is the instituting officer.
FIRST STATI BAM
C. P. ROCK. Pres. H.. C. ROCK, Vice Pre*
W. A. WATERS, Cashier, D. L. MARTIN, Asst. Cash.
THE INCOME TAX
Unrest Came When Supreme
Court Put Tax Burden on
Washington. March 1H.—Demo-
cratic Leader Oscar W. I nder-
wood. supporting the proposed
excise bill in the house. Monday
charged that the senate, by its
annulment of the income tux in
18!)5. was responsible for the
growth of socialism in the United
The pending measure, which
k probably will pass the house
This Rank is in the marktt
for All Good farm Lout.
We will meet All Legitimate
COME TO SEE US
fluence of the court. We cannot
forecast the .judgment of the
court, but we must not let that
"I do not want to be under-1.
stood as railing at the judiciary."
said Mr. Littleton. "I do. howev-
er. want to be understood as criti-
cising the supreme court 's decis-
ion of 1895 ou the income tax law >
which cut off at one stroke three-
fourths of the taxing power of the
Mr. Littleton occupied the
space in front of the speaker's ros-1
truni, surrounded by a small
mountain of law hooks.
When he had concluded practic-
ally the entire membership of the
liTuesday. is expected to raise he-1 house flocked around him and it
iween +50.000.000 and s>60.000.000! was with difficulty that order i
a year in revenue for the govern- was restored. He was followed by
ment. Multi-millionaires—An-1 Representatives Clayton. Coving-
drew Carnegie. J. Pierpont Mor- ton. and Sweet. Democrats, for ed with the candidates not
gan and J. D. Rockefeller—would the bill and Crumpackcr of 1ml- than June first, of each year in
be compelled to pay their full | iana, Towner and Malhy of New'which the elections ar
FIRST STATE BANK
York, republicans, against it.
We have selected a fine
line of new summer
goods and will be pleas-
ed to have you call and
examine aur goods and
A fine line of Lawns, Batiste, Flaxons
Madras, Percales, and 25 new pieces of
Calicoes to select from.
MORE NEW HATS
A New shipment received to add to the
ones already on display. Come early
and get your choice. Ladies, misses
and children. Any hat changed to suit
the purchaser if possible. The prices
Don't go to Pawnee to
get what you can buy
dheaper at Maramec.
Qive us a trial and we
will convince you.
Alice Watkins has the mumps
Get your post cards at Wat-
Grandma Redding is very low
Ht this writing.
Win. Nelson went to Yale last
Farmer Bernie St. Clair was in
John Harrell was in Kansas
the first of the week.
J. T. Bullington has two sick
children this week.
L. S. Berg was in Tuesday and
renewed his subscription to the
Mr. ('onIcy and Ollie Muck of
near Blackburn were in Maramec
Arthur Tull came in from Paw-
huska. Monday for a visit with
D. Kramer is sporting a new
hack purchased of Whitlock &
Perry went to
Roy Coates was
for the first time
iharc of taxation under its terms.
the democratic leader declared.
"When the government had the
right to tax wealth." said Mr.
Underwood, "we did not hear the i m
socialistic cry of those less able to County Convention. |who shall forward th- same to the
bear the burden of taxation. The! "As a means of expressing our j candidate addressed, who shall
Another View Of It.
Several papers are commenting
upon the fact that a doctor at
Yale refused to serve a sick child
and during the week immediately
| following the primaries in Aug-
A Resolution ust another list of questions of because the parent bad refused to
The following resolution was ad 'like character and number to be pay a former hill of $3.50. All
opted by the recent Democratic | filed with the Secretary of State, seem to blaine the doctor. We
take it that the parent and not
the doctor was to blame. Why
spirit of unrest came when the su-1 confidence in the loyalty, honor Iantwer the same under oath with didn't the man pay the hill or
preme court abandoned its policy and honesty of the candidate or in the time prescribed by law and make some satisfactory arrange-
' " candidates of our party: We. the!) hall file the answers with the ment with lus physician. We
Democrats of Pawnee county, in (Secretary of State an.I sud an know nothing of the ease refeired
convention assembled do herewith swers shall constitute \ contract to. but a doctor is entitled to pay
adopt the following resolution and between the candidate and the for his services just the same as
pledge our delegates to the stati 'people and the successful caudi- a merchant, a banker, a lawyer.
of a hundred years ami. five jus-
tice to four, said in effect to con-
gress that great wealth was to be
exempted from taxation."
Mr. I'nderwood defended the
Xiucasurc under a rapid fire of
J|uestious from Republican leader.
Mann. Representatives Madden.
Longworth and Campbell, all rcg
A remarkable demonstration
marked the speech of Mr. Little-
ton earlier in the day. He devot-
ed more than an hour in citing
from court records to prove the
constitutionality of the hill and
urged its passage.
"I want to say tlist if we ex-
pect to ta* the wealth of this
country, as we ought to tax it."
he said, "we must not stand para
lyzed before this impending ill-
ami national conventions to work
to secure its adoption there.
Resolved: That we favor the
date at the polls shall file his res- and almost as much as an editor
ignation in escrow with the Seere- The fact is that anyone who re
tary of State at the time he re- fuses to pay his just debts will
enactment of a law permitting thelceives his certificate of election, sometime reap the reward for dis-
\ariou* central committees of each Should the officer elected neglect honesty. We sympathize very
party having representation on or refuse to perform his duties as much with the bereaved parents,
the ticket, to i sk each candidate per contract within the time pre-'but we are frank to say that had
seeking nomination for election scribed by law. an action for the small debt been paid, that al
to office a number o/ questions I breach of contract shall be enter- most any doctor would have beei
not exceeding fifty for each com-1 tained by the Supreme Court of willing to give his best servces
mittee, under whose depart ment .the state, and given an immediate in time of need. Who
the elections arc held, such «pics hearing, against the Secretary of blame?
tions to pertain to past official (State to compel him to deliver tin
J. D. Bradley went to Pawnee
Saturday on business.
Joe Hedges of near Pawner,
was in Maramec Tuesday.
Roy McIntosh shipped a car
load of hay Wednesday.
August Bomark from Keystone
is in Maramec visiting friends.
Roy Coates and Leni Redding
were Pawnee visitors Wednesday.
Harry Gosney of Jennings was
in Maramec Monday on business.
Mrs. Clara Stroud returned to
her home in Ralston last Satur-
Mrs. Annie Martin spent sever-
al days with home folks last
J. S. Purcell shipped A. B.
Curtis' goods to him in Wood-
Mrs. M. McNabb was sick a
few days ago. but is reported bet-
ter at present.
Joseph Phvfe. east of town,
added his name to our list of sub-
J. B. Cannon Jr. was among
the ones that took advantage of
our special subscription rate.
Henry Deemer, who has recent-
ly moved to the Cawood farm has
a very sick child at his home.
I have 150 bushel of threshed
kaffir corn at 75 cents per bush-
el. one inile west of Maramec.—
Andy Miller. 30-2.
Carl Morris, the white man's
hope, from Sapulpa, got the worst
of a ten round bout in. New York
the other day.
F. O. Mercer, wife and baby
visited at Yale Saturday ami
actions or present poli-ic-. ami t
be so worded as to pel ti1 it them to
be answered by Yes or No; Such
questions to be published and til -
esignation to the governor, who R. Redding from Grant county,
shall if the action is sustained, ic Oklahoma, came in Friday for a
cept the resignation and declare few days visit during the illness
the office vacant." of Grandma Redding.
J. T Smith, on route two out of
Jennings was in Maramec last
Lewis Simmons was out to T. X.
L. school house Tuesday fixing a
pump. He reports that drilling
has been shut down at the Taul-
hee oil well on account of the
scarcity of fuel at present.
It was reported last week that
Sam Brown, who once lived near
Itlie Valley post office, had been
killed. At present we are not ab-
le to say ss to whether the repoat
sideratior was $6000. is true.
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Watkins, L. E. Maramec Weekly Monitor. (Maramec, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 30, Ed. 1 Friday, March 29, 1912, newspaper, March 29, 1912; Maramec, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc157377/m1/1/: accessed November 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.