Maramec Weekly Monitor. (Maramec, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 18, Ed. 1 Friday, December 29, 1911 Page: 1 of 4
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MARAMEC, PAWNEE COUNTY, OKLAHOMA,
Happy New Year
We wi*h to thank oar many patrons for th*ir trade
daring the past year and especially those of them
who have been so kind as to come in and pay op
their accounts. And to those who have not called
and settled their accounts, we hope and expect
them to call and settle their accounts with us before
. the first of January, so as to have a good standing
for the coming year.
Fine Gasoline incandesant lamp, either for table or to
hang up, for ouly $6.50
I We have no Calenders this year
We Have Ail Kinds of Stoves
Now that the weather is cold you may need a
stove for your kitchen or parlor. We have an ex-
cellent line of the best that money can buy at reas-
A Beautiful Lamp Free
Bring us your cream and wo will give you a fair
and honeft test and pay you the market price. Be-
sides we will give, abshlntely free, a beautiful p*r-
lor lamp, all those who have sold cream since the
lamp premiums were offered are requested to call
and get same.
The club met at the home of
the Secretary, Mrs Frank Davis.
Decernbei 2)at, with President,
Mrs. Caateel. in the chair. Roll
call was respouded to with quota-
tions of Yuletide. The number
attending was unusually large.
A much interesting descuuioa
of eminent authors by the entire
club wns heartily responded to.
A committee consisting of M
dames Valey, Casteel, and Davis
made a selection for our next
study. The social hour was given
to the study of Art^First we
took another lesson in drawing.
Our model being the good tnan
Santa Clans. Mrs. Davis's cartoon
was chosen as the best, she being
awarded a postal photo of the good
old man. Next came in the art of
comngercirJ boosting on which we
tried to figure out a number . that
were boosting in their line of busi*
nesss. Mrs. Kramer and Casteel
received the honors in this Last
we looked through the Artist's
studio, in which hnng the portraits
of noted people. Mrs. Davie and
Ryan, knowing the greater num.
ber were given the favors.
The first meeting of the New
Year will be held January 12th at
the home of Mrs. Will Waters.
THE NEW RAILROAD
ECEMBER 29, 1911.
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Rioh Hill, Mo. paper, may be of *
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Col Porter Returns With'Jone8' Cora and Maud
U>I. Porter Keturns WItn Messrs F. H. Coonrod, W.
The following is a part of what Hoover,
ippeared in last week's Caney News '
«bo®4- Ih^JfcwwrjLlsle, Oklahoma, A
& rfilfuad, ope line of which Onlof
some interest to our readers:
"Dr. and Mrs. F. W." Brown
field, assisted by the Misses Hoov-
er, on Deoember 12th, gave a very
delightful entertainment at their
home last evening, to a number of
their friends, in honor of Miss
Mae Long, of this city. During
tne evening announcement was
made of the engagemeut of the
guest of honor to Mr. Raymond
Todd, Maramec, Okla., and of the
coming marriage, December 2">,
"Various amusing games and
contests were participated in by
all present andean impromptu
musical prcgratnioarried out, after
wbioh a delightful luncheon was
served. The dining room and ta-
ble decorations were beautiful and
unique, Suspended from a dome
above the table, and leading to each
guest's plate was a ribbon, attached
to a card in the dome. Upon pul-
ling the streamer the photos of
the contracting parties came to
The following guests were pres-
ent: Mr. and Mrs. E. E Eokles,
Edith Hoover, Rhoda K. Shaw,
Mae Long, Edna Todd, Maramec,
Okla., Amelia Forrer, Parsons,
Kans., Ethel Coonrod, Esther
rod, Robert McColloch, Ira Long,
Reduction All The Year
we are not having a Slaughter Sale, but we are
selling goods just as we have been at the lowest possible
profit Of course w«'re not in the store for our health
but you can buy goods at OUR S TORE as cheap as any
where in town Call and let us compare prices. See
our hew \ ear s Window perhaps the very thing you
would like best for a New Year's pienent is right there
You can find anythiug you need, and at pri
"Live and let Live." Always full and fr«sh.
welfe selling at $1.40 per bushel. Will compare pritiN
with anything in this department. Come in and let us
See those new shoes, men'«j,
boy's, children.s, a fine line
of infants shoes, bring the ba.
by in and we can fit him. See
our "Watch Ua" for the little
girls and the ''Colonial Calf"
Dry Goods and Fornishings
You can find anything you want. Let us show you our
)bert McColloch, Ira Long, | + , 7~ . ' "
Lond, Clay Hirni, Herman '♦ dreS8 fabncs> worsteds, ginghams, calicoes, ducks, p«r-
r, and Homer Driskill." J cajef,^oiling} and waistings, all good materials at low-
. A nrtwuuilJu nri/tuc A 1 • !!! — *
BtefcWv (lathering * fcst P°3S^e prices. A trial will convince you on
% ■ - tjf truikiulnt**. . YoUim tnr mnrr Kn.inoci
5 WE THANK YOO
For the patronage during the pa9t year.
We have endeavored to serve you the best
we could. Many of our friends have assist-
j>o ed us in every way they could, to made our
store a useful institution. To thote who
rendered such assistance, we are doubly
thankful. There is nothing too good for
. you that can come from our hands. We
have been hit hard by the drought, but by
your assistance we will be able to continue
serving those who appreciate good service in
Remember That We Are Not
Having a Pake Reduction Sale
But notice a few of our prices:
15 lbs. sugar, 11.00 *
White soap* 6 bars,
Russian soap, 7 bars,
Oil per gallon, 10c
Gasoline per gallon,
Bacon, sugar cured,
Onions, per lb. 4c
60c mena uuderwear, 40c
50c ladies underwear, 40
If we can serve you,, aft on us
WATKINS MERCANTILE CO.
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ffrnrn a •etfcarwww
ropS, wh he h% Umr in tUu in^lbirtiidfj n* ^ _
| terests of this road. The other It wo* a Burpiiae'tc
member* of the company have met j certainly enjoyed the da; and loy-
with him and further completed !ally entertained his friends. Din-
their plana. They report the tu- i ner was served in one of the beet
ture outlook for this road better I of styles and every tUing that
thau ever before, and if present' could be furnished to make every
plans work out, the near future! one happy was prepared, oandies
will see rapid progress made ulong of all
Ed Casteel, Prop.
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the construction lines.
"Some of the English capitalists
who are interested in this road will
■ ready been done. Mr. Porter sa>s
i lie is glad he now has some Engli h
'capital interested in this road as
i they are more practical road build
jars than the French people."
! The people of Maramec may ex-
pect the T xas branch of this road
built through our town the coming
summer without fail.
There has been quite a number
of oyster suppers here in town this
winter. On November ijOtb, the
Odd Fellows gave a supper to all
members and their families.
On December 23rd. the Modern
Woodmen of A merioa had an oys-
ter supper for all members and
On December 20th, tbe Yoetnen
gave a supper for their members
The Maramec Dancing Club ex-
pect to have a dance and oysters
New Years uigbt for the meiubaia.
Ed Casteel is supplying the oydlers
for the supper.
Myrtle Walters drew the large
doll and Sol Mishler drew the cal-
ico dress at Casteel'a contest,
Three judges were chosen to count
the beans and after the oount was
made they drew straws to see who
A Christmas (lathering j McMurtry is giving away some
Quite a family gathering oc j handsome calenders. These oal«
kinds for the children in cured ai the home of A. C. Rowe, j endors are both useful and orna*
plenty nnd music was enjoyed by
all. While a heavy cloud over
Christmas day. Those present mental. One young lady secured
were: Grandma Hobson, mother °ne to see when ten days wonld
re interested in tins road win hung and darkened the day time, Mrs. Rowe; John Hubeon, broth roll around, that being the time
during the coming month sunabine and happiness reigned er Mrs. Rowe, and his wife; (1®r fellow would return home.and
k oyer the work that has al within. All departing in tbe raiu Mrs. Grace Hobson and daughter,; after looking at it a long whila she
been done- Mr. Porter sa>s for their homes, wishing to meet | Esther, and son, Melvin: James said, "Ten days .is a long time, is-
with Mr. and Mr.. Cbiloot. again. Sinmone. wife, and daughter, Thai- n't itP
One of the fifty.
ma. and eon, Leeter: Arthur Sin.. Elmer Br,.ho ie .iaiting
moos, w.fe and eon, end Arthur old (ri,Dd< end retatiree in Tezee
county Missouri, when ssked if he
Qo.te e pleasant da, ... .„.nt: „„ t0 Cbrj<u
eat.ng good,., end pl ,i.,g Bem«. ujd h, w„ ^ hom, ,D
>Jr '°d M"' "ob~n bring th. girl bank .ith him. 80
atnrt hnma SutiirHutr Kan ...
O. L. Noble & Co. have closed
the following deals sinoe last re-
port : Land and livestock of J. B.
Beaver, of Yale, to W indberg A:
Kline of Windfield and Nswkirk 7 77" "~J\ "7 "7' * *"1 oring the girt back with bim. So
Okie., value each #8000. C. and J,' 9 *r " ur^Ky *° ^hey j here's offering congrstulationa and
Burrios, of near Yals, land, $5700, v#C'v * l',8ton ln.,lm® to , we hope to see the lucky girl soon.
New \ears dinner with Mrs. Hob- -
son's parents who reside there. , of htgU grade caudie.
| at tbe Monitor. Call and inspect them.
Burrios, of near Yals, land, $5700,
to John Freeman for town proper,
ty, $3500 Wm. Nelson, of Mara
mer, one Rambler auto, to Win-
berg £ Kline, of Winfield, for live
stock, consideration $2000. W. T,
Dick, of Maramec, Itnd, to John
Freeman, of Hallett, merchandise
Tbe First State Bauk of this
place is giving out to its patrons a
handsome art calendar that will
make an ornament to any wall, be*
•ides being useful. They also
mailed out a number of pretty
Christmas post oards.
Edna Todd, wbo has been visit-
iting in Kich Hill. A^iaaonri, for
the past three weeks, fa expected
to return home Saturday, scootn-
panied by her brother, Raymond,
Mrs. Nettie Wyatt and daughter,
Mra. H. E. Deim, of near Clave-
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got the beans and Rsy Duff wasilsnd, and sons, Wilburn, and Earl
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tbe luoky one.
Oakley Cochrau left on the ear.
ly train Saturday fur a few days
visit in Ralston and from there ho
will go to Oklshomn City to attend
the teachers ssoociation whioh is
to be held there this week.
'of Kanaaa City, took supper at ths
Bedding home, Mouday evening,
C. R. Brewington and family,
Ed Caateel and family aud Minuie
Martin took Christmaa dinner st
tbe fsrin with U. Brewington and
I Drug Store
° We wish all our friends a hap-
* py New Year and in the year
I thats coming we will indeavor
I to serve our patrons better
I than ever before.
For the next ten day Toys will
8 sell at greatly reduced prices
: J. S. McMURTRY
i Maramec, Oklahoma
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