The Dacoma Mascot (Dacoma, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 26, 1918 Page: 3 of 4
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T H E D
THE DACOMA MASCOT
Published Eve*" at ^vcoma. Oklahoma
88 Socond-aaae Matter
--foreign Advertising Representatives •
Ttie American Press Association
Enid milling Company
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5:25 a. m.
1:00 p. m.
8:08 p. m.
10:50 a. m.
A. W. Lewis, Mayor .
S. H. \V-elslk_._______ ( Conncil
C. L. Laughman, l
S. W. Henderson, Clerk
L. O. LeDou, Police Judge
B P. Reed, Claude Finicum,
THE IED GROSS
*. W SERVICE
By fAank Morrison,
Secretary ’ Amerttran -Federation
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The work of the Red Crosa la ttP.t
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confined to our boys on battlefield or
In hospital nor amidst the ruins of Bel
plum and other port5* ns of devastated
, Europe. One of its great activities ,Ts
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PERFECTION and MAJORITY
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l&XMt SACIK. rGtf AK-AN-TEEP
W.QC> PPRPY* Manager
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United brethren Church
Regular Services every Sunday at 11:00
a. m. and 8:00 p. m.
Prayer Meeting every Wednesday night
Rev. D. B. Cooke, Pastor -
Sunday School every Sunday at 10: a.m.
A. W. Lewis, Supt.
y p g. c. E. meeting every Sunday at
7:00 p. m. Hiram Hiatt, Pres.
Women's Missionary Society meets every
Ladie’s Aid Society meets every 2nd and
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any necessary aid to the dependent*, pf
members of America's military fyrees-.
On the battlefield the Red Cross pre
sent* an heroic '’gure. In AmerlOv
removed from destruction and death
the Red Cross steps silently to the
sWle of the father and mother whose
boy Is “over there" and who need conn-
FARMERS; GRAIN & LUMBER
COMPANY . I
HE HEW COTTAGE
Mrs. E. A. ourpenter
PPLEGATt IS NOW PAYING
af First Grade ^RSAM
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p'l and aid , , -
No service is too sa.ull for the Hen
Cross* If alotn.cnts from fh^ govern-
r ,,..t nr fron heir son are delayed, o.
b •rrratior. on the go ernment’s WJin
insurance is wan*«M he Red Cross y
both sellor aj^d friend. It enters Into
ttv hone m the true spirit of charity—,
Bu firs' and foremost .our soldiers in
beld and ho- si he given the moet
attentive t i*o- ‘ e Nothing we can
do will aqua l -are in this move
l ien; for world democracy and the He.)
c ss pres, s an opportunity for us. tc
play our part in ibis great drama by
contributing to the e:. nt of °t>h fbdt >
The Red Cross appeals to or'’a,.‘*^
workers because of ,itf one qualify
Behind Hed Cross service l» an en-
noh.mg charity that is no
cos narks a democracy that p isontnc.
jVfl'eison’s great principle of epuj^ity a
a religion that is beyond sectarianism.
ALWAYS IN THE MARKET TOR YCIR CRAIN
, \\c Are Prepared To Grind our Feed
! Corn, Chop and Ground Feed For
JUST RECEIVED A CAR OF SALT.
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STATE BANK OF JJAKOMA
| A. J. Harter, Pres., GEO. WEABER, Cashier.
Charles N. Harmon
„„ Vosecuting Atty. Garfield County
18, 19 20, 21 Okla. Res. Phone 1335
State Bank Bldg. Office Phene 466
Bn id. Oklahoma_
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Men disabled in the service who an
returning from ilie front and who fin
it hard at first to see their way to
ward earning a livelihood are ri spec
cial problem for the,. Red Cross. Ur,
der the Smith-Sears law a fund is up
preprinted to re-educate every dis
allied man who will take the opportu
nity to make a living. It is felt tint,
such men are likely to tie weakene..
In their resolution to keep their sel,
respect ami Und real work hy the m s
taken charity of hero worshippers, win
will forget them once the first flush oi
war enthusiasm is over. Here the sup
port of tlie disabled man’s family mus«
he enlisted, for in the last analysis ><
is the man’s family who will be the de
termtaing influence in his rehablllta
tion. The relatives must be braced t<
meet the situation—to make of them
selves for th<^ man a bulwark pgalnst
discouragement and weakness.
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Food control made sufficiency from
shortage, kept the rein on food price*,
gave the nation’* full •ti*»gth ****
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Starvation by Germany challenged
all the world; food conservation In
America answ&red the challenge. i
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Food cotwervatlon In America has j
been the triumph of Individual deto j
tion to the national causa, ___
A Brnk that is never with-
out funds to loan to respon-
sible people in moderate
amounts for legitimate
purposes a t reasonable
Interest Paid on Time and Savings Accounts
■ Your Business is respect-
fully solicited and you are
invited to cal) Whenever
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yoii are in town.
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The Dacoma Mascot (Dacoma, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 26, 1918, newspaper, December 26, 1918; Dacoma, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc826067/m1/3/: accessed December 15, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.