The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 231, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 24, 1918 Page: 4 of 4

The Daily Transcript, Norman, Oklahoma,
| «:*al and Personal
Ss the wife of Ssnta Claus ?
ferry Ohristrnai. to be sure.
I ^Dudley, milliner nt McCalls,
I Sunday for a holiday visit
folks b Missouri and will
ie Eastern markets before
V
| p Meridith Robbins took up ..
s>n yesterday from the Jun-
■ lay School of the Presbyter-
l.^rch for the poor of the city.
Ils goodly contributions in
I 1 uits and other articles
1 y
L Smith left on Saturday for
•sboro, Tenn., on his regular
| ias visit to his old home
. cts to h ve a real old-f-'.sli-
| '.hristmas dinner with rela-
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I r
;jood to see the boys come
Among the recent arrivals
nis McDailes, son of Mr.
e McDaniel, who has been at
<0oton and was discharged at
rtll a day or two ago.
1 Mary Burke left on Mon
I ehht for Okmulgee, Okla, to
I k.'he Christmas holidays with
faj'ae Shingledecker Miss
iecker lias been chief clerk
1 ? electiyc draft board of that
I,r but is now connected with
["irm.
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C. W. Shannon and daugh-
left yesterday for Indian-
I ex ___
apolis, Ind, where they will
spend the Christmas holidays with
relatives, after which Mr. Shan,
non goes to Baltimore to attend
the National Convention of Geol-
ogists.
Lewis Corbett, who has been in
an officers' training camp at Camp
Hancock, Ga., surprised his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Corbett
by putting in an appearance last
night. He had been sent to Camp
Travis for discharge, and will no\
get back into civil life.
j George McDaniel, son of Mr and
Mrs. Aaron McDaniel, is home from
Houston, Texas, to which point he
was transferred after completing
his course at the vocational camp
at the University. The trainin
has evidently agreed with him, f<
he is a fine looking young soldier.
He is home on a fui lough, and has
to return on New Year's day.
roads in a bad condition, full of
ruts and mud holes, and reports of
many stallings of automobiles come
in from all parts of the country. It
is very evident that the only way
we can secure good roads to to
hard surface them. This thing of
dirt roads is a played-out proposi-
tion.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Burke expect
to eat their Christmas turkey with
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Highly in Ok
lahoma City.
Warren Hazletine Alive: A report
from the war department dated
Nov. 1st stated that Warren Hazle-
ton, formerly of this town, had died
of wounds in France, but his broth-
er Roy has received a letter from
him dated Nov. 27th, stating he had
recovered from severe wounds. He
was in the 89th Division, a machine
gunner, and enlisted at Kansas
City, where Roy is also now living.
The late storms have put the
Married: On Monday, Dec. 23.
1918, at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. H .War-
ren, the marriage of Mr. Dewey
Dodson of Carney, Okla, and Miss
Grace F. Warren, of Norman was
solemnized with Rev. D. A Wick-
izer officiating. They will live
at Ada, Oklahoma, where Mr. Dod-
son is operator for the Katy, and
take with them into their new
home the very best wishes of a
large circle of friends.
CITY
[.property
;arm lands
•'arm loans
See
5 clyde
11 pickard
Real Estate
America Will go Slow
Helping Germany
(United Press.)
Washington, Dec. 21.—Germany
is in no present danger as to food,
according to state department in-
formation today. Her chief dif-
ficulty is one of distribution. |
Many places in Germany have suf-1
ficient food. But despite the (
vaunted Germany efficiency, her \
means of distributing food have
been poor, while there was graft-
ing and hoarding. Approaching
the east, the food situation grows
graver. In Austria, it is a subject j
for concern.
The American government's dis-
position toward food problems in
Germany is to make no hasty food
adjustments, and when they are
made not to ration her extensive-
ly. The sole concern of this gov-
ernment in that respect is to see
that the distribution problems are
adjusted so that famine cannot
cause a menacing revolution in the
nation. It would be necessary to
supply some food to the central
empires later. ! a careful analysis of the whole
The United States Government German situation a d now realiz-
will not hurry this process. ' cs fully that the«> plaintive sp-
in the meantime, the German j peals are insincere and put for-
propaganda "wails" for assistance 1 ward with the sole idea of securing
are falling on ears they do not de sympathy with a view of having
ceive. The department has made' the peace terms modified.
FOR SALE
Beginning Thursday, Dec. 26,1918,
Merry
Christmas

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We wish you one and all a Merry
Christmas and a Happy and Pros-
perous New Year.
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B. F. MYERS
The Selz Royal Blue Shoe Store
East Main Street
'
at
S. A. T. C. Mess Halls
A large quantity of Groceries and provisions
including a car load of potatoes, tableware and
cooking utensils of all kinds. Also a number
of cooking and heating stoves—all in good
condition.
This stuff was bought RIGHT for use at the
S. A. T. C. Mess Halls and will be sold at re-
duced prices.
COME EARLY
Sutton Bros. & Mercer
USEFUL
CHRISTMAS
GIFTS
Our hardware store is brim full of useful
gifts that will please the most fastidious.
Community Silver has long been recogniz-
ed as the best plated Silverware on the
market and our stock is very complete on
this item. We name some of the useful
items that can i>e bought at our store.
Community Silver Knives and Forks
Community Silver Individual Butter Spreader
Community Silver Tea and Table Spoons
Community Silver Individual Salad Forks
Community Silver Cream and Gravy Ladles
Community Silver lee Cream Forks
Community Silver Boullion Spoons
Community Silver Pie Forks
Community Silver Berry Spoons
Community Silver Meat Forks
GILLETTE SAFETY RAZORS
BOYS' COASTER WAGONS
KIDDY CARTS
LACE AND CLOTH SHEARS
SINGLE SHOT RIFLES
REPEATING RIFLES
DOLLAR WATCHES
I ALARM CLOCKS
POCKET KNIVES
AIR RIFLES
SHOT GUNS
COME IN AND INSPECT OUR STOCK
OF USEFUL GIFTS
I N T E E R
HARDWARE CO.
The Oklahoma Gas and Electric Company
EXTEND THE
COMPLIMENTS OF THE SEASON
AND WISHES ALL ITS PATRONS
A Merry Christmas and Happy
New Year
We have endeavored to give the best service possible during the year 1918, and for the com-
ing year of 1919 can only promise that we will continue those endeavors, making improvements
from time to time that will enable us to give our patrons satisfaction. The past year has been
a strenuous one for this company, as for all public utility corporations, but we look forward to
the coming year to be one of the most prosperous in the history ot our country, our state and our
city and county, and stand prepared to do our part towards that common prosperity.
Yours for a Prosperous New Year and many of them,
THE OKLAHOMA GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY
FRANK CARDER, Resident Manager

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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. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc113930/m1/4/ocr/: accessed March 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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