McLennan County, Texas
March 1914

MARCH 13, 1914

 Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Duffle have returned from Claude, Texas, where they attended the funeral of Mr. Duffle's mother, Mrs. Delia Borden Duffle. Mrs. Duffle was 61 years of age at the time of her death. For many years she was a resident of Central Texas, not far from this city. She is survived by 2 daughters here, Mrs. J.M. Thompson and Mrs. J.L Tucker, and a sister Miss Lizzie Borden.


 News was received in Mart Sunday that Fireman E. L. Norman, recently an employee of I.&G.N. running out of Mart, who went with the Santa Fe, was killed in a wreck Saturday afternoon.
The remains have been shipped to Lillian for interment Tuesday, and several Mart friends will attend the funeral. Among them are E.M. Perkins, J. W. Crouse, Tom Colley and T.G. Watson. They send floral offerings for the Orders they represent the fireman and trainmen.

MARCH 20, 1914


The Herald is informed that W.S. Heatley of Mart Route 6, returned last Saturday from Magnum, Ok., where he attended the funeral of his father, Mr. R. H. Heatley on March 5.
Deceased was 65 years of age, and well known to many citizens of this section, where he lived 8 years near this place.
The bereaved family have the sympathy of all their friends and acquaintances.
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