The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 87, Ed. 1 Monday, December 11, 1922 Page: 2 of 4
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THE DAILY DEMOCRAT
Published Dally Except Sunday
T. W. MAHER
T. J. HENNESSY
J. R. MAHER
W. A. HENNESSY
charitable act somo ylnegar-vtaageu
misanthrope says that ho has an :ix
T. \V. MAHER
FORGET TO HATE
(Los Angeles Times)
The most ignorable and dangerous
of all human emotions Is hatred.
The most futile of all hatreds is
that which hugs an injury which is
of the past.
The most useless to society is that
character who keops lugging out
fuel to add to tills evil flame, ull th •
while squeaking "Lest wo forge"
lest we forget."
The wise, sane man Is he whosi'
whisper of warning is: "Lest we do
There Is real force and dread and
danger behlrrl his whisper.
All of which has to do with th
tempest In a teapot caused by th
announcement of the concert en
gageinent in Los Angeles of Mad-
ame Gadski, the German soprano,
which seems off again-on again go'ic
again with the rising and setting 01
In itself there Is no possible im-
portance to the coining of Madam
Gadski—or to the shooing away of
There is, however, Infinite and
dangerous importance In the Inci-
dent to the extent that It reflects 1
determination 011 the part of certain
elements of society to keep alive th"
spirit of hatred that swept through
the world like an angry flame dur-
ing the world war.
Very possibly It was necessary for
the soldiers to be taught to hate
each other before they could effici-
ently and effectually kill. Hut, In so
teaching, the world started something
that Is difficult to stop.
Unless It Is stopped the end Is In-
evitable; all modern civilization i
M'lng down with a crash. There cm
be no other end to a world-wide
hatred that feeds, horribly and frigh'-
fully, upon Its own venom; whlcn
consumes Its own vitals.
Ireland is in death agony resulting
from an unreasoning, unappeasing
hntred. The Turks and the Armen
ians boil in a caldron of hatred.
Scarcely two adjacent European
countries but glare and browl at
each other across their -jouneiary
nothing — diplomats exchanging
All these conferences can result in
tieachery in hoarse whispers—maul-
ing over treaties that 110 one intends
Of course, the world is sllppin ,
with slick and horrible certalnt"
Into another world war.
The only possible way it can b,<
averted is for the people of the world
to change their thoughts—you and
your neighbor—and his neighbors—
and the folks across the street—
clange their thouhhts,
The only way to stop hatred Is to
The war is over.
We've got to forget—or perish.
(Ohio State Journal)
We have observed:
That making mistakes seems to 1 •
a necessary part of a man's educu
That the harder you are to pi oust
the less your friends will try.
That more people will ic 'Pt .1
man's cigars than Ills advice.
That a man cannot become p v>ul. i
rnless he is willing to be bored or
That the fact that life is a grind
Is what sharpens many a man's
That when a woman doesn't enjoy
spending money she needs a tonic
That It takes a horn diplomat to
disguise the Interest one feels in
That every time a man does a
WHAT'S IN A NAME?
An English motorist was stopped
by a policeman on account of poor
"I'll have to take your name, sir."
"John Smith," was the reply.
"Don't try that on me, sir," warnoo
the man In blue. "I want your prop
er name and address."
"Then if you must have it, It's
William Shakespeare, Stratford on-
"Thank you, sir," said the police
man, jotting it down. 'Sorry to have
"Don't mention it," safd the 1110
torlst, driving on.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In the District Court in and for Can-
adian County, State of Oklahoma
The State of Oklahoma on relation
of the Commissioners of the Land
Office of sard State; J. B- A. Rob
erlson, Governor and Chairman; J.
S. Morris, Secretary of State; F
C. Carter, Slate Auditor; R. H. Wil-
son, State Superintendent of Publ'
Instruction, and J. A. Whiteliurst,
President State Board of Agrinr
ture, constituting the Commission
ers of the Land Office of the State
vs. No. 6237
B. C. Crites, Board of County Com-
missioners of Canadian County and
Clyde Matthews, County Treasur-
er of Canadian County, Oklahoma.
State of Oklahoma to
II. C. Crites.
Said defendant U. C. .-'rites, will
lake notice that said plaintiff, the
State of Oklahoma on relation of the
Commissioner of the Land Office,
did Oil the 30th day of March, 1922.
file a petition in Hie District Court
In and for Canadian County, State of
Oklahoma, against the above named
defendants and said defendant, B. C
Crites, must answer said petition on
or befiro the 10th day of January
1923, or said petition will be takei.
as truo and personal judgment ren
derod in said action against said de-
fendant. li. C. Crites, on said coupon
rote dated the 24th day of Septem
I er, 1920, in the sum of J23B1 SO prln
cipal, Interest, attorney's fees an.l
expense.* in protecting plaintiff's lien,
and for the foreclosure of a certain
real estate mortgage of even date so
1 uring said coupon :ote on the fol-
lowing described real estate in Can-
adian County, to-wit:
BE. 1-4 of Section 19, Town-
ship 12 North of Range 10
: ubject, however to a first mop
:ago of Four Thousand Dallari
($4,000.00) in favor of the Conimii-
- loners of the Land Office and ad
■ulgiiig that default has been mad-;
I, sald mortgage and tliat plaintiff
has first lien on said premises sub-
ject to said first mortgage for thy
amount due and owing by the defen-
dant, II C. Crites, in the sum of
$2.3(11 s0 principal, interest, attor-
ney's fees and expenses, together
with accruing interest thereon
from the 24th day of March, 1922.
And ordering said premises to be
of ladies high shoes
affords a wonderful saving for the Christmas
shopper. Every pair of Ladies' High Shoes in
our stock with the military or high heel in
black and brown leathers included in this sale at
$12.00—Sale Price $9.00
$11.50—Sale Price $8.63
$10.50—Sale Price $7 88
$ 9.00—Sale Price $6 75
$ 8.50—Sale Price $6.38
$ 8.00—Sale Price $6.00
$ 7.50—Sale Price $5.63
$ 6.50—Sale Price $4 88
$ 5.50—Sale Price $118
FLAT HEEL SHOES
One big group of these in Brown Kid and Calf,
Black Kid and Gunmetal leathers at Holiday
Sale Price $3.65
SHOES THAT SATISFY
sold without appraisement, proceeds
to be applied to amount due plain-
tiff and for costs of suit.
And forever barring said defon
dant, B. C. Crites, from all right
title, iotoiest and estate in and to
said above described land, or any
FRANK TAYLOR. Court Clerk
Commissioner of the Land Office of
the State of Oklahoma
By GEO. E. MERRITT,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
(Seal) (First Pub. Nov. 29)
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