El Reno The Daily Democrat Oklahoma (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 294, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 17, 1915 Page: 2 of 4
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TO TUB VOTEKS OK El, RHINO- |
1 hereby announce my candidacy;
for (lie office of Commissioner oi l
Public Affairs (Major; al the spring!
election upon the platform of "A |
.square Deal to Everybody." I ear-
neatly solicit tlx* support of the el-1
actors in said election.—John W. j
Kreeborn. (Pol. Adv.) ;
ST1I.I. KICKING, THANK YOU" j
Sunday night the leading lights of !
the medical fraternity had the exact!
spit located in the anatomy of the|
Democrat man. where they expected!
to "souse the stickers," but we beg!
to inform you that due to hiR bet-
tered condition, this particular, pain-l
ful pastime has been indefinitely
Herman-Americans may be getting
' riled up" over the situation in thej
East, but they are yet content to
stay on this side of the pond.
Apparently uo serious trouble is
being anticipated b> Washington!
authorities, otherwise (ien. Kunston
would have been transferred to the'
coast instead of to Texas.
It was rumored yesterday that
I'.x-I'resideut Roosevelt was urging
the United States to join the Allies
and help to speedily lick the frazzle
off the Germans. This may be
Teddy's disposition, but as for US,
we'l lcontinue to keep "hands off."
AMERICAN N KIT If A MTV
It is impossible for the American
people to realize fully the state of
feeling that exists anipng the people!
of liermany and England where the
war is an immediate and terrible
actuality'' says the Kansas City
Journal. "With the continuance o!
the conflict and the increase of suf-
fering caused by it, the rancor and
bitterness of the inhabitants of these
countries have grown steadily.
\\ hen homes are robbed of sour and I
fathers, when the long rolls of the
dead show the awful havoc of war,
when starvation is added to be-
reavment and domestic life is sud-
denlj turned from normal, pleasant
channels into an existence that nieas
ures time froin one horror to anoth-
er, then human nature is not the
calm and understandable equation
that we are familiar with. I'ndet
such circumstances every inrldent
becomes an alarm , and suspicion, I
hate and resentment find public ex-
The people of Germany are said
to be resentful of the attitude of the
American newspapers because of
wnat these people believe to be a
wrong conception in the minds of
American editors of the (lerman
cause This is unfortunate, Inas-
much as American editors and the
American people generally are as a
rule, neutral and fair minded. Am-1
erlcan love of fair play and justice
is ready to concede honesty and sin-
cerity of purpose to all the nations
now involved in this war. War as'
an abstract political condition rarely
excites the emotions. But war that
comes home to the people with all
its hideous consequences, that
means to them the giving up of all I
they hold dear, that claims the sac- i
rifice of a nation's best manhood and J
womanhood, cannot be appreciated j
fully by those not directly involved.
If the people of Germany have not ]
gauged correctly the attitude of the !
American people. w« must look upon \
their mistake with regret and com- I
mlseration They ran hardly be held j
responsible for thoughts and pas- |
sions that would be foreign to them j
.. k <
under n rmal circumstances. And it
must not be forgotten that some ot
the American newspapers best known
in Germany and which give the Ger-
man populace its impressions ot
American sentiment are not really
lit great influence in the United
States and do not accuratelj reflect
our national views. The honest
Hermans, Belgians, French and
English do not and cannot under-
stand American toleration for the
kilid of journalism which misrep-
resents popular ideas and sympathies
They have been schooled to believe
that magazines and newspapers
should set forth national sentiment.
Therefor* when American publica
tions that are merely purveyors of
untruths circulate in Europe, the
people there naturally conclude
"eli publications reflect \merican
thought and feeling. If there is a
misunderstanding that may involve
us in serious trouble abroad, a large
share of the blame will rest upon
our own dishonest press. And the
fact that these untrustworthy Amer-
ican publications invariably mask
their real character under fulsome
claims Of virtue -tu<1 continually
boast of being "trbunes of the peo-
ple" does not help the situation in
John Turner, one of the live wires
of Yukon, is attending court today
as a witness.
EL RENO THEATRE
Special Eight Reel's of First Run Pictures and V audeville
Broadway All Star Feature 'How Cissy Made Good'
I hanhouser presents ZUDORA in the Twenty Million
Dollar Mystery Episode No. II A Message from the
Heart. The American Feature Film Presents lid. Coxen
and Winifred Greenwood in "JUSTIFIED" A two Part
Drama of Love and Law.
Thursday Matinee and Night THE WRATH OF THE
GODS or the Distruction of Sakura Jima in 6 Parts
1 he Most Stupendous and Gorgeous Production of the age.
5c and l()c
Gold Seal Special
GRACE CUNnARD and FRANCIS FORD in
a 2-reel melo drama
THE SMUGGLER'S ISLAND
MISS BESSE BABE ABBOTT in a two part drama
Their Island of Happiness
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Lard per pound IUC
Hest Oil 10 pt^r A r _
gal. or S gallons tOC
1st door North Jones Drtijj Co
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
-tate of Oklahoma. County of Can-
In the District Court of said
■ ounty and State.
Standard Savings ajid Loan Associa-
tion a corporation, Plaintiff.
W E. Bennett, Claudine R. Bennett
and E. J. Scarlett. Defendants.
Said defendants, W. E. Bennett
and Claudine R. Bennett, will take
notice, that said paintiff, Standard
Savings & Loan Association, a cor-
poration did on the 2nd "day of Feb-
ruary 1915, file its petition in the
District Court in and for Canadian
County, State of Oklahoma, against
the said defendants, and that the
said defendants, W. E. Bennett and
Claudine R. Bennett must answer
said petition herein on or before the
1st day of April 1915, or said peti-
tion will be taken as true, and a
judgment rendered In said actifin |
against said defendants, W. E. Ben-
nett and Claudine R. Bennett, for
the sum of $1151.11, upon a certain
'•omissory note executed by said
defendants W. E. Bennett and
Claudine R. Bennett, to the Stand-
ard Savings & I/oan Association, a
corporation, on the 29th day of June
1911, with interest thereon at the
rate of six per cent, from the 30th
day of January 1915, and for costs
of suit, including $125 attorney's
fee; and a further judgment ren-
dered in said action against said de-
fendants, \V. E. Bennett and Claud-
ine R. Bennett, for the foreclosure
of a certain mortgage securing said
promissory note and of even date
therewith, upon the following dee
cribed real estate lying and situated
in the County of Canadian, State of
Lots No. Three 1,11 and Four 14)
in Block One (1), in the city of EI-
Iteno; and adjudging that default
has been made in said mortgage,
that plaintiff have a first lien on
said premises, to the amount for
which judgment will be taken as
aforesaid, and ordering said premi-
ses to be sold without appraisement,
and the proceeds applied to the pay-i
tnent of the amount due plaintiff
and the costs of suit, and forever
baring and foreclosing said defen-
dants from all right, title, estate,
interest property and equity of re-
demption in or to said premises or
any part thereof.
JOHN L. RICE, Court Clerk.
Hy NASH A. SKTZER, Deputy.
JOHN' W. CLARK.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
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GIBSON & PARADIS
Don't have the blues because you think you can-
not liave that NEW FURNITURE or RUG you
were planning on all Winter. You can buy it now and
pay later—we make liberal credit terms. Come in,
look our stock over and take advantage of our
February Discount Sale
Remember we also give you a nice premium with
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Why grin and bear all these ills when Sloan's
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We Repair, Stoves. Furniture Bicycles, etc. Any Thing you
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WE Al.SO HAVE INCUBATORS
The First National Bank
El Reno, Oklahoma
In its management. jn jf8 poijey
OBLIGING and ATTENTIVE
In its service.
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Ryder, J. W. El Reno The Daily Democrat Oklahoma (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 294, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 17, 1915, newspaper, February 17, 1915; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc91062/m1/2/: accessed November 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.