The Maramec News (Maramec, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 7, Ed. 1 Friday, April 17, 1914 Page: 1 of 2
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| General Merchandise-Flear and Feed
j We are making some exceptional
pnces on our goods, and ask you to
call and inspect our stock and get our
• prices before buying.
20 lb. Granulated Sugar
20 lb. Navy< Beans
100 lb. Com Chops *
•001b. Mill Run L
>00 lb. Wheat Bran L
J* *eU Hunt"s Cream Flour, per cwt !"
Red Star Flour ’
Polar Bear Flour ^
Cherokee Queen 2A
I Case, 24 cans, good Tomatoes ? 4
I Case, 24 cans Iowa Com '
5 lb Box Oatmeal *
30c Blue Ribbon Coffee \
25c Bulk Coffee 2f
I °C Tiyaum Crackers, 3 boae, for f,
6 Cans Condensed Cream •
7- 7'- nOW “ *• *- you »«d W cu, shoes
0 • We have them for all the family, and at
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Kiu I»A V, APRIL 17, 1011.'
CAR|» OF THINKS
the many and many friends'
isr r HERE, THERE
■ ™" ” *....... ano Everywhere
t'oUeTLthaH aPOl°K,-d to
i nlted States government for the
•rreat of American marine, at Tam
“ ” h"' »» "t this tin. bat
;7 "-■,-?oaH'LvuE!--^ szrs. ztz: JEST'S?Hr, r‘:::
.m,M w,,h couidto«,r
thy and aid °n wa* deafl and the third boy ao-1
et^flr d/'n* °aS fr°m th* bu‘ k-
t ffr** had asphyxiated them.
fr’*e With their sympathy and aid
: *°Maram<" »”a
Geo- M. Caldwell nod Family.
I..H woman oommlt-
lln h "** ra|>'<U “ ■hort ''I»'
mac. .bon tb. r.ll. N.,„rt Apr
Al>\ KHTISKl, LETTERS
£> f ra I I » 1 . .
! ,The followlnS mall remains un-j°,d. stuffed
’plate f°r ^ 1>08t °ff,Ce at this mouths today.
J- N. Hen.
D. J Honor.
Mr. Will James.
Mrs. Ada L. Manning.
H. Q. Oswell.
**• T. Pea ter.
for the above say
Swampmott, Ma„ April 10 —
Sherman v.r„ Run. s
marble. into their
. .. Choking and black
7 ® thG boys ran to their
mother, who extracted the marbles
hut the children died a short time
after. Physicians said they
b®n frightened to death.
The marriage of 11-year-old Mar
H wa's'd"8, l° HarV“y PU‘b* 25
>4 Has declare,1 legal by Judge H.
P- Burke, of Colorado. Friday.
q. a horse-shoer of
Shrevesport. La . an effort
commit suicide, stopped up all the
— ;ra°k" ,D ‘b* "*>"> with paper and
had turned on the gas While waiting
_ °r. death he felt a desire to smoke
T\*’ °7J°hn|r 7"^
cerics anc! Dry Goods. Every-
thing is New and Up-To-Datev
want Your Produce Now
ORDINANCE no. 17
=• - M3 £=. Ju
B. I, ordained b, ,b. trustee.
I the of M.r.mee, ..
Seellnn It „e
• for ,ny per,.„ to allow-b„r,e(. „t-
• <?. hogs or other stock owned or
controned 5 8aId person to rdn -
of fh ?“ 8trefta' a,,eys or lots
I of the town of Maramec
Section 2, aw pergon or per.
!be ffn'n0 *1^® thl8 ord,,,*®re shall
sJLm t0 eXCeed Ten Dol,ar8
Section 3. This ordinance to be
^ passage* “ *«
j., pa7Z!Zu‘nr°"**“ ■“*
J. S. McMURTRY,
President Board of Trustees.
Attest: D. L. MARTIN, Clerk.
E J. Sttch, Cleveland and Henri-
etta Cowan. Cleveland.
J. A. Masters. Cleveland and
Clio Jeust, Terlton.
Earl Rfker. Stillwater, and Rena
thaARa HTUCker’ Fa,rf’*’ aDd Ber-
uia Berlison, Fairfax
•sronSrssz cu,h'°8' “
.bdL^,a'crrBoRr.rdp8 D-h,r *» «r.
^ a. Bo*.^'sr.b.Pa;:rr.Joc,ock Frtd- ”»*■*
|V Trvnmlt.. ____
—w w ai iv uay to-
stfn/^ draWD lat° the government
away, then lame'through a fourteen Igwn ^“roL^0’ ren°Wned aur-
inchtpipe 2.000 feet Iona m,n tn V f RocJle8ter. Minn., In a
Newark meadows. in passing clTred that^th YOrlt' Thuraday* de_
through the dredge, the body wa! cooklt Pre8PDt of
cut Into four pieces was cobking was responsible for the
I ___ v ,arBe nu“her OT cases of cancer.
fl« g°VerDInt,nt enforcement of-j Robbers boarded a Roc* r.i ,
f eers raided the Joints In Bartlea- train Thursday «brh» RoCk„Ia,and
ville Saturday and destroyed several Ark., bound a^d gagvedTh Be“t°n*
thousand dollars wr»r»K a KaBRed the express
and confiscated a Tarv re. “Wenger and locked him In .
whiskey. ^ am°Unt 7“k aDd took everything of value
lln the car and made their escape
lions for the good roads convenUonLllT erert ITh "" °f Chartty
which will be held there In May 0i.‘ 77 * *P ' &t McaI®*«r,
Twelve hundred delegates are ex I k ^ ,,25,000 haye already been se-
ated to be in attendance °Ured for tha‘ Purpose >
The schools of Ardmore will be twa of tol'Z*** ® A Rob,naon.
kept open during the entire calen- * Z „ * m°8t Pro®inent dq.
dar yeaJT from this time forward L of Ea,d» h°th died at the same
This 12 month term is an idea of Th^' s betWeen 4 and 5 o’clock.
Supt. Rchards. The experiment a,ternoon
he watched with Interest bv nth«J « --
Oklahoma cities I Retween October 5, 19H and
— , I'!4''0!*,1!' 1914’ th,rty were de-
In singing a coal shaft at AI i K°>e b> f,re in tbe state of Ok-
derson, Okla.. the petrified stump PaU8jDg a ,OS8 of 1214.247.
6 ^ ,D d,am®ter and s -
, h g 8nd wei«hing 15 tons was A 90 foot 8te®> rail, red hot
‘ °'erede ,Tbe ft>88il will be sent P7fed' through *** body of Chas.'
the Smithsonian Institute at M er of Pittsburgh. Penn., as he
Washington. D. C. | worked at a finishing mill in the
steel works. He lived one-half an
The hospital at Alva. Okla.. was|h°Ur’
about 91 4
__ I A wagon load of men and wo-
ktGoarddonM!r UlMe'^o^r'^lil Fa,kn®~i2-year-old girl \%t°"OkTahoma
- E„,.be,b v.b^Br.np.;r: xr;?0„^abV0fba- r L: "day^
— ‘T ** tbe cartr‘d«e into a vi"Mn*fccoulltry was shaken by an earth-
MARRIED th eDd D,g t0 extract th« hall wh^n 7^ Thur8day afternoon. Build-
Miss Edith Green and M o ^ eXp,OS,on occurred. 'Dgs wer® ro®ked and chimneys sha-
Carrington, tol™ c;.db,.M;' °“" P„, -- ” d°'“' bUt “ - «■
unite.-------- - «• ""I «. • large g,a„| Ml^fw , ^ _
*KD AT MAR.4MfX’
eo. M. Caldwell, wife of
r of the Hallett Herald and
mec News, died April 13,
er an illness of almost 8
M. Gilbert was born near|
ids, Iowa, May 28, 1869.
44 years, li months and
old at the time of her
he was married to Geo.
sll at Coon Rapids, the
er birth, on Pec. 31, 1889.
Idren were born, three of
J in infancy and three at
of from two to eleven
Valley, Okla. The bus-
children a mother, three
id three aistes are left to
loss. She leaves a ba-
y 4 months old, but the
till never miss his moth-1
‘eat of the children will,
»t sister, Bethel, who is*
19, and the kindest of girls, has
taken care of him from his birth
and will take the mother’s place
in caring for the younger children
The mother, two brothers and
three sisters of the deceased all re-
side In Nebraska and the other
brother is Vice Consul at Hong
Kong, ( hina. She was a sister-in-
law of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Caldwell
of Pawnee who were present at
the time of her death. The bereav-
ed family have the sincerest sympa
thy of the Times-Democrat.
"• F -nd Mr,.|_ |Cb,n, Ju.tlc, H.„. who
mec to attend the wedding and
stajed until Monday with Mrs. Fore-
niHD. Th a K»l A« m
man. The bride an* groom
on the evening train Sunday
their home at Cushing.
I tost my overcoat from the bug-
c. P. Rock, President.
D. L. Martin, Cashier.
HC Rock, Vice President
Qrman R^e, Ass’t Cashier"
°n account of the death an bu-
rial of my wife we were again com-
pelled to depend on the Times-Dem-
ocrat in order to issue our paper
at all this week. To them we shall
always feel a debt of gratitude.
GEO M. CALDWELL,
soo^V yCr °ld m,,Cb C0W’
8°me g°°d regi8tered Po-
land-China males, serviceable age
M. F. GRUBB,
” iiuui me Due-1
wtnC77here between Maramec and
S Xe r- —- -iSaftey First
Harold lictksnberger • .
And Fair Treatment To AH Who Come
- Farm Loans A Specialty
Ed Johnston and Elmer Short
went over near Cleveland Friday
and moved Elmo Duff, family back
to Maramec. p.
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