The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 231, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 24, 1918 Page: 3 of 4
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T he Daily Transcript, Norman, Oklahoma.
Local and Personal
Gillette Safety razors please the
' men folks. Minteer Hdwe. Co.
home in Oklahoma City.
Mr. and Mr,s. Cecil Dickerson are
here from Dallas, Texas,^ visiting
friends and relatives.
Community Silver makes the best
Christinas gift MinUer Hdwe. Co.
Miss Grace Bumgarner will al
tend a dance at Miss Garetta Kind's
at Oklahoma City tonight.
Mr. and Mrs. P. C Lessly left for
Pottsboro, Texas, today, on a
Christmas visit with relatives.
I.iout. W. L. Eagleton Sick: Judge
and Mrs. Eagleton are in receipt of
a letter from their son. Lieut. W. L.
Eagleton, who is oveiseas with his
command, telling of his serious ill-
ness with pneumonia. He was sent
to the hospital on Nov. 2nd, and
the first day he was able to write
was on Nov. 20th. He wrote he
was considerably better and re-
covery seemed certain.
Community Silver ice cream
forks. Minteer Hdwe. Co.
Attorney Ralph Bell is here from
Gainesville. Texas, for a Christmas
visit to his mother, Mrs. J. R. Bell.
Community Silver individual sal-
ad forks. Minteer Hdwe. Co.
There is no Change in the con-
dition of Mr. J. W Cook, except
htst he seems to gradually grow
We wish to call your attention
to the ad of Sutton Rios & Morjsr
in this issue of the Transcript.
Jf in need of any! "irrj? hi their line,
call and see them
Judge and Mrs Eagleton will
Tiave Mr. and Mrs Courtwright and
child of Pittsburg, Kans., and Mrs
Elton B. Hunt, of Tulsa as their
Miss Izma Elledge, who is
teaching at Waurika, arrived
home Saturday to spend the
Christmas vacation with her
mother, Mrs John Elledge.
Community Silver tomato serv-
ers. Minteer Hdwe. Co.
Married: Rev. D A. Wickizei■ '
officiated on Sunday, Dec. 22nd a 1
the wedding of Mr. Logan Baird
of Oklahoma City and Miss Bertha
I'auboin of Norman, which was cel-
ebrated at the home of the bride
on Boyd street, in the presence of a i
number of the friends of the con-1
trading parties. The bride i:
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L
Fauboin, and a young lady who has
made many friends in Norman who
extend their very best wishes.
The young couple will make their
Death of Jinimie Miller: Mr. and
Mrs.I. K. Miller came in from Fort
Woith, Texas, on Monday evening,
accompanying the body of their
little grandson. Jimmie Miller, only
son of Mr. and Mrs. James M i'er,
who died at Fort Worth on Mor.dry
morning, aged four years and six
months. Funeral services will be
conducted this (Tuesday) afte*-
noon by Rev. C. S. Walker from the
home of Mr. and Mrs Sherman
Davis, with burial in I. O. 0. F.
cemetery. The numerous oldtime
Norman friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Miller extend their earnest sym-
Everybody in this part is fix-
ing for Christmas as they aim to
have quite a time at Hico. .
Miss Nannie Talbot and Miss
Bessie White visited at Mr. Bur-
Mr. George Gill has been sick
for some time with the influenza
but is up now.
Mr. W. S. Talbot's sister who
lives near Purcell has been visit-
ing him and family.
Rev. Cook who has been out here
some time is fixing to go back to
Miss lone Alexander and Miss
Zona Talbot made a business trip
to Norman last Saturday.
On account of bad weather and
sickness Christmas is going to
catch lots of crops in the field in
Mr. Lee Bettes expects to move
to Norman this week.
Mr Everet Davis has been mov-
ing some of his things to Chicka-
sha as he is going to farm in that
part next year.
Mr. Capehart made a business
trip to Norman last week.
South Gale Sunday School is
progressing nicely as they have a
Victrola in this district now.
Sickness in this community is
about all over with now as Mr
Jim Johns is reported some better.
WILLIAM FOX Presents
Another Wonder Picture with
in a 1918 version of
"A Soldier's Oath '
By Daniel Roosevelt
I'riday « | S3 S"" Adults 15c
Saturday LlDtrC I T Kiddies 5c
Mr. E. E. Gill has been hauling
some wood to Franklin.
Mrs. Mise expects to move soon
on the W. 0. Wynne place.
Mr. John Harris from Chicka-
sha has been out in this part lately.
Mr. Willard White helped R. E.
Church kill hogs Saturday
Mr. Patten Garby has been
working some for Mr.|
Mr. and Mrs Alva C(
pect to leave soen for
as they are going to
Singing at Hieo was
last Sunday night on af
the bad weather.
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Mrs. E. J. Keller reports the re- ,
ceipt of a Christmas offering to the j :
Red Cross of $5.00 from the Bide '
a Wee club, and $H>.00 from Mr.
fiscar Beard, of Indian Mission.
Okla. Mr. Beard formerly lived
Graham Cheadle, who ' as been in
the naval reserve corps at New Or- P
leans, is home on a Christmas visit
with his parents. Prof, and Mrs.
I B. Cheadle. His lerve of absence
is only five days, when he leaves |
for Cambridge, Mass., for training =
in naval aviation. 7..,.
There is no need for the housewife
to go to a lot of trouble in the prepara-
tion (if a Christmas Dinner when you
can t a fine cake, pies, cookies, buns,
etc.. at a price within the reach of all.
Let us help you to solve the Christ-
mas dinner problem.
We wish you one and all a Merry
Christmas and a Happy New Year.
McDANIEL c£ MATTHEWS
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
• THE FLU
When your back 1- broke and your eyes blurred
And your tonsils |ii<-ak and your hair gets dry J
And you're doggone sure that you're Roitig to did
But you're skeered you won't and afraid you wifl
lust dr.u; to lied and have your chill,
And pray the Lord to see you through.
For you've got the Flu, Hoy,
You've got tlie Flu.
When your toes curl up and your belt j^oes flat,
\nd you're twice as mean as a Thomas cat,
And life is a long, dismal curse,
And your feed all tastes like a hard-boiled hears
When your lattice aches and your head's a-huzJ
And nothing is as it ever was,
11 ere are my sad regrets to you—
You've got tlie Flu, Boy,
You've got the Flu.
What is it like, this Spanish Flu?
*\sk me, brother, for I've been through,
It is by misery out of despair;
It pulls your teeth and curls your hair;
It thins your blood and brays your bones,
\nd fills \our craw with moans and grfwte.s.
And sometimes, maybe, you get well.
Some call it Flu—] call it bell.
A Life Policy Protects All This
ARMSTRONG & McDANIEl
Happy New Year
The First National Bank
OF NORMAN, OKLAHOMA
We extend our earnest and sincere thanks to our friends and patrons, in whom we include the whole com-
munity, for the splendid business they have given us dur ing the past year, and assure them we most heartily ap-
preciate it. We have endeavored in every way possible to extend to our customers every courtesy consistent
with safe and conservative banking, and will continue to do so in 1919 and all the years to come.
The First National Bank
■ > " .. NORMAN, OKLAHOMA
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The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 231, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 24, 1918, newspaper, December 24, 1918; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc113930/m1/3/: accessed February 23, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.