The Maramec News (Maramec, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 7, 1912 Page: 4 of 12
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THE MARAMEC NEWS
* WEEKTY ftEPUELICAN NEWSPAPER
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
CEO. N. CALDWELL Publisher
Maramec Post No. 35, G.A.R.
meets every 1st and 3rd Satur-
Gene Kyle has sold the Eureka day of each month at 1 o'clock
Hotel property and fixtures to' p. m. C. L. Chappel, Adjutant.
Mr Wm. Klutchenburg who Wm. Witten, Commander.
will take posession the fifhteenth
of this month, when MrWooden
will reopen his short order in his
property east of the Santa Fee
Distduy advertising 10 cents
per inch j per single column each.
Liberal discounts on time con-
tracts and cuts. Locals if cents
I per line each insertion. Church
■ i iifl lodge notices fret
Meets every 2nd and 4th Mon-
day afternoon, at 2:30 o'clock.
| Ltia Farrar, Oracle. Sarah
' Landers, Recorder.
i. O. O. F. Lodge meets every
AUCTIONEER Thursday night at the Duff hall.
J. C. Myers, X. G. M. A. Ellis,
If you have anything to sell at Secretary.
except public aution and want an exper-
w lien a fee of admission is char-
ged oi othei money considerate
on is chsrged. Obituarys, Resoli,
tions and can Is of thanks regul-
ar rates. Trancient advertising
;tnd job work camh. All bills pay
able the fust of each month'
THURSDAY, MARCH 7. 1912
K. and L. of S. meets every
fenced salesman, a square deal, other Tum)liV njght Gf each
and the most money possible for' monttl at i>uff:Hhall G. W. Law-
your property, employ Col. Yal-i go„ Pres Albert 1)avis. sec.
ey, Maramec, Oklahoma.
MARAMEC A.H.T.A. LODGE
Meets Tuesday night oil or be
ADDITIONAL LOCALS fore the full of the moon of each
month in Whitlock cV Demieville
J. D. Bradley is on the sick list jfurniture ro,,m' Visiting "T;
this week. ***rs cor(^a''v invited any old
With this issue we come before' TT . ... time.
vou with our fiixt effort at pub-L Uncle John Roads is onthes.ck;
ii*hing a newspaper, and if it is l^t aga.n this week. |
not up to the standard of a pa- Bland Watkins has been on the
per. we ask you to have patience S1C^ ^or Past week.
G. A. Wisely, Pres.
M. F. Grubb, Sec.
Mayor, C. R. Brewington.
Justice of Peace, G. M. Caldwe
Treasurer, W. A, Waters
Clerk, C. F. Baker
City Marshall, Elmo Duff
Street Commissioner, J. Brown
Councilmen:—W. 0. Whitlock.
Charles Young, John Gilmore, S.
Wooden, Ed Casteel, J- B. Can-
Regular council meetings the
first Saturday night of each
W.A Waters, treasurer
Rufus Cook, clerk
T. J. Johnson,director
B. F. Hamon, principal
xladys L ynch, intermediate
VI vert a Lady, primary
AUXILIARY TO THK G. A. H.
with us, and stop to think for a j Millard Kline s boy is recover-1 \Maets every 2nd and 4th Wed-
moinent that this is the first ef- ing from a recent sick spell- nesday of each month at 1 o\
fort to publish a newspaper by a See the Maramec News Office I c^oc^ P*_m* Ui ^iddcik s hall,
sixteen year old girl, who did it for Sale Bills and Job Work.
all from writing up most of ti e M ^ >14 ig to
ws items, setting up the type, be very sick with erysipelas.
making up forms and doing the
press work. What little the ed-
itor did to help wouldn't count
We are confident that in the fu
ture we will be able to give you
a better paper. Our aim is to pub- sick list for the
ish a paper that will be clean in the week,
every department, to print all the The Maramec News wants cor-
ners as we c&n 'eirn them, respondents in every locality in
but under no consideration will the county.
we allow anythig to appear in Now say that the hog
H. W. Davis made a buisness
trip to Pavnee last Wednesday.
Frank Lyons is just recovering
from a hard seige of the mumps.
Mable Gilmore has been on the
largest part of
our columns that reflects on the
good name of any man, woman,
or i hild. We will always boost
for our little city and the sur-
We think well of our business
men and our neighbors, and hnpe
to be able to do som good by
does not know anything about
Henry Prather is the proud
owner of a nice little pony and
Mrs. Ida Casteel. Pres.
Luella Witten, Sec-
Mr. Boyle has been appointed
Post Master at Valley, this in li -
cates that the Postfofice will not
be moved to Casey.
L. A. Gilliman from Blackburn
was a caller in this office. He is
moving in on the Truedell farm.
He orderd the News sent to him |
Mr. and Mrs. W P- Johnson,
Eugene Johnson and wife and!
Mary Johnson and daughter Irene
left Wednesday for Pasadena Cal
ifornia, to make it their future
Mr. Oakley Cochran wants toj
trade his bicycle for a flying ma-
POST OFFICE TIME CARD
Post office opens at 7:30 a. m.
ind, closes at p. m. Reopens
it <5:30 and distributes mail from
Frisco. South bound masl is
made up at 0 p. m. North
oound mail made up at 4:24 p.
in. West bound mail made up
at 4:2± p. m. Frisco mail leaves
at H:l<) a. m.
J. E. Johnston,
SANTA FE TIME TABLE
passenger <i:20 a.m
mixed train . 12:25 p.m[
passenger 9:05 p.m.
mixed train . 12:25 p.m.
sat of harness. j chine as he js having to much of
Sam Turner bought a bill of pa a soft snap getting to and from
int at the Drug Store a few days | his school north of town,
our work, and on the political ago to paint his new barn. : Notwitsanding the roads are
question you will hear from J. S. I The U. B. Church people have 'are rough and muddy Maramec
McMurty who is associated with ordered ne w song books for use streets are fairly well filled with :
us on the editorial staff, also in church and Sunday school. | farmers, and the merchants are1
Chas C. Piatt will furnish us Don t forget that the Repub-j doinS a g°°d buisness.
with some articles on successful
farming and Bee Culture from
time to time.
We are for Roosevelt for Presi-
dent not because he wants it. but
because the American people
want him to have it.
A certain business man kicked
out his faithful held clerk, not
because the clerk did not give
satisfaction, but because the
employer was opposed to the
th ird term idea, Honest now is
that the way we do business?
Don't we raise the clerks salery
in order to keep him, suppose we
apply a little business sense to
lican County Convention meets
at Pawnee on Saturday Mar. 9th.
the Rural Route men and Mr
Farrar ane Mr Harrel have
Mr. McMurtry's mother and sis! changed their minds about pur
ter writes back from Falley park
Mo, that the snow is knee deep
Dr. Lehew of Pawnee was call
ed down here to see Uncle Doc
Prather who has been very poor-
ly all winter.
Did you ever stop to think a-
bout the citizens of other towns
who have no street crossings or
The cold rainv weather seems
to have dimpened the ardor of
the Tafites last Saturday at the
chasing «n Automobile, they
think now that a Flying Machine
would be better.
This cold wet weather is bad on
the old mans rheumatism, and
the young mans poetic fancies,
but cheer up, all the old ladies can
catch lots of rain water, and the
over shoe man double his sales.
G. W. Burton received word
Wednesday morning that his bro-
ther, Hugh Burton of Council
Grov Kansas had died that mor
ning.Mr. Burton left on the noon
local for Kansas to be at his brot
At the U. B. church, Sunday
school at 10 a. m. Preaching ser-
vices each and every Sunday
morning and evening. Junior at
3 o'clock p. m. Prayer meeting
at 7:30 p.m. each Wednesday.
The Woman's Auxiliary Thurs-
day at 1:39 p. m.
Rev. W. A. Manion. Pastor.
At the Baptist church, Sunday
school at 10 a. m. Preaching on
2nd and 4th Sundays of each
month at 11 o'clock a. m. and 8
o'clock p. m. Business meeting
on Saturday before the second
Sunday sn each month, at 2 o'-
clock p. m.
Rev. J. M. Purse, Pastor.
M. W. A. Lodge, meets 1st and
3rd Monday evening of each
month. J. E. Divine, Clerk. C,
E. Yaley, Consul.
REBEKAH LODGE, No. 148.
Meets at Liddick's Hall every
alternate Saturday night,
Ida Casteel, Emma Duff.
N. G. Sec
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