The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 161, Ed. 1 Monday, October 24, 1921 Page: 2 of 4
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T. W. MArtKJl
T J HEN^hSS
J. R MAHKR
W A. HENNKS
V.' MA 11 i
(Knlivored by C
in Y t;.'
THE APPROACH OF WINTER
lilt 1 .« f '
'.'hen yellow l.-avi • .-• 1 tev
M>on those boug i wliicli u.i
tare ruin'd cho ;
1 me thou sef t, t
.s after sun--"t fe
Vhich by an ti b.'
'eatli's second if tli.it
i me thou sec t the !<•
hat on tlie in" f
s the deoth In I wt
onsuni'd with that whi. !i
his thou per. ' \vhl<
thy love mov" '-truiv
o love that v.-ell •••'i i t
leave ere lnnj
black nlglrt doth
a?id r n-jumciE.
;.le have bee. J
t . .if I.euilnu dm j
fe • s a,:i| taken tc
n i .eg eoinmentary j
ii iitj U .19 rleliw.t city i
; the mi. ilnary for re j
In tt iintrr Is vast. |
id i-anipllcuted, the'out-
, f of concentrated i
Mic*. tons of
Yi i in (ieflance—so it '
if :iIN i a crrlitln liutiinii
t , «*ys th li<ii.
11 • Mn doubt th>
i i /t. •< of Mr anil
i, u :|ld be irrsleil
t 'li folly and
Rut the old
eur polished inn
,i Ji' 1 't« ef kuniaa
- • ': mtif i
(i rnves, *inl •
rmte n iK'Ctablllt,? |
!l c.Kiiinue to starve by
: nbi.T v icked r* |
t ut it is human.
,W ttafl' avarj lay. Wl fWa aao *kt
mid "ti the mnkiiiK books tb«r*
fe a* end" anticipate anything lik«
"Th« farmar* f « a sbar artRta."
WTlta* a a^atrlbntor te tha New Tork
■ rantof Poet. Sure, it's a crUda, >a<
nor*, H 1« tkarj) VTlioarer ketrd of
a tali aritis, aaywsyt
:l I I. e
SJ input I
iaathar oiTii war ta Chiaa. Med-
•ro (rtTflinatiiw ha« tsnjtit Chin* k*w
«• fl£kt. whon tt might hsra learned
Cklnt tb* art aad phlloeapky «f
l«# i*rj aad rmr*
A writer saye <.ho;^sney Is aet wkat
It a* d m o*. N« will aaw (wafer a
fiwl laiar kj a nut tt a*«e
A vacation wenld be mnefc aiere sat-
isfactory If th aid p«rk*tbMk rwnld
onlay the rest also.
Attorney (J .11 r
ilgn from the caltlti I beet uie
ndldate for I 1 E" '
>m Oli'o. Oh 11■ ■ i: • I
sorry thins , bui ti ;
t blast the whole na n by s 111 '
; Daughorty to ltv iaturo.
Senator H.irreld i t of tli
Jdit for the
. All ri?ht, wh> no', pa : '
ere it was when tli • en ti-
Editor Ruhe Geei i ■ ' t
nso Cnp'tal Dcme t to n
Ire what the F !>1' :n ha
ne for the con In Ian"
ze of the rood '• her ti
church. "It has v.>U nisht rultil
Senator llarr «:| del • II
'.tion to mal e ti:'
te. Why so cruet? C
have suffered « n-'.i it 1
l • 11 | ,1 in'.; lias established
ii ■■■'; ... Ai ,i Twenty years ago
> ; ti were being plant-
ed . the American Forestry Maga-
Elnp. Now they are being set out by
w Hi and the el
ii- nf the practice «f
i i:.;i . ii v bo appreciated by
i the white pine planting mi
1002 there were only 5,(100,' but ie
1:i|.9 ti . niiml ' I 20,671,972. This
total of 20,671,072 trees is a great
1a In . Why elinnot the towns ia
nil ii . iip ■ Ii work and have
i j i | Hot or a community
l.,r Ti 1 p'i nty of idle land
tlnii ,11 p fri Forest products
an he > if all industry, as
the A tin .1 i In! ry association
P t. I1 ml walnut are much
in de I. l'odu- only a few perma-
I . j, III :inal white pine re-
i. In. Mm ryliody knows what the war
i i In the"waln.it. A town woodlot or
a community forest will bs a very
handy thing to have around, there is
no doubt about that.
In the old dn.ts children did not
dare sit down in the presence of
eldere. Now they sit on their parents.
The most encouraging sign of the
times Is that one in the window that
reads: "All gntxls marked down.'
A private business can't succeed
without patronage, and the 'public
business can't succeed because of it.
ft they keep oij Improving long dis-
tance guns. It may be possible to stay
at borne to fl^ht out the nei* war.
7t Is proposed to Increase the in-
come tai exemption to $400 far each
dependent, liless their little hearts.
After he gets through giving the
country cleaner money, would Secre-
tary Mellon oblige with some easier
Possibly they are called Infant in-
dustries because they devote so much
•f their energy to howling for special
The two chief obstacles In the path
of llie-e wb i w Id make the world
i i ... t are hate trnd envy. Hate and
env; dinal sins; hate and envy
at' in I; hate and envy guin up
the worl.s e\ 'y time an effort is mude
tn , - h ? t rife and persuade tha
In ml II down within the reach of
the lion" pmv. Since these two sins
in ii ennm n nnd so hateful, It ap-
pi rs : > a Hi tip a tree that soma
effort ' I ilil be mi e to abolish them,
s: ..? the r iltininre Sun. We have
li ml cieties and clubs and
mi hi of one sort and another
designed to abolish almost everything;
why i no effort made to place these
two In the dl ard? The answer Is
tuple. Hate and envy afford llttla
Platinum may drive gold out of the
Jewelry stores, but we haven't seen
any evidence of Its breaking into po-
A process has been perfected te
preserve newspapers, which won't
prove especially popular with the
rood prices in Russia have reached
fantastic heights while at the same
time money values have reached fan-
Rig guns always make a report when
they are fired; and some who think
themselves big guns are fired when
The very young tiling who has been
wearing skirts that came well below
her knees will soon be old enough to
get her hair cut.
"he new Harding "f!
iduced—just ; n em;
nving. It lequire; ti
I It can be truthfully
at everybody can fly
i decora! 1
one of '
Vhat dl:l a Repub'
>rescn'ative do? I' it s
orsed the late .1 ;k" it inon
later John QuIii'1 I' any
. Arbuckle had hi
lself prior ti
Idltor John Field a
wrench into tin ■ an
tiy program by p -n't
se propre sivci who I.ore
;n lo defeat in 1014 M I-
a Christian and •• i f : v
ne thing can be said f ir the pi
congress it hn done ' le. I
n then what llttl don
<es us all "glad that 1 1 i n
f if \> " i*
a flivver Syiaen aid.
ther evidence th.il n. iii
coming down J . i
In l ying the cornerstone of the
new library of the University of Lon-
vnin, tin- I'nlted Slates takes tlie first
lep aril a splendid gift to the
people "f 1,'elglum nnd one which
* In iiiii II more • les.dy bind the two
nations. lielglnm deserves all that
the nations can give her for the cour-
age with which she sacrificed herself
and saved the world.
It is now claimed that Turkish baths
are unknown to the Turks. Still, there
are other atrocities for which they are
justly te "be blamed.
Although those "mystery ships" are
supposed to be transporting Illicit in-
toxicants, what becomes of the intoxi-
cants is another mystery.
The American Cosmetician society
; assembled In Chicago and handed out
the tenient that the failure of wlv*s
to in i i > . had ruined many a
home. This society Is not composed
| of I . but of folks who are suffering
from coi" . i i paralysis. A lipstick
ids i: void of thrill or flavor as
a Ben Pavis apple.
Fossils will enter the country free;
and that is all right. The way they
airtap new, the collector couldn't tell
'eli freia young girls anyway.
A clergyman speaks of "the grav-
ity ef the short skirt era re," There
doesn't seem to be enough gravity
about it to make >in come down.
The rate at which Cermany is pay-
ing her debts would indicate thnt
prosperity must have stopped there
while on its way to this country.
It i rted that an English in-
ven ion \ 11 . ike wireless sets so effi-
cient ti, I inf%i ve that every home
can hnv on Here is another Indl-
i cation tha thi wonl privacy Is rap-
I idly becoming obsolete.
I ■> ns predicting
a cold winter beiause corn husks are
thlcl; but It will lie better to wait
for t ; " 't "c.'i ioi i. and fore-
cast il on mm rat houses before
compuiii ti e of the eonl supply.
Kew gowns for women are gives
names by their creators, but tt seems
safe to predict that there will be no
"Sally Anna" or "Mary Janes" on the
The sighting of another mystery
ship off the Atlantic coast will prob-
ably be reported to the federal pro-
« - h'.ne in Can- ! hibition dim-tor instead, as hereto-
^ n<T« «• j f°r*-
toasted to seal
in the delicious
IS YOUR NAME WRITTEN THERE?"
m.i- ii n io;( • L. Engle, that the
of t'. 'ti i • d notes in the sum of
100.00, or givi
According to a student of affairs, the
Chinese as n race are the most honest
people In the world. China's general
condition jeems to verify this state-
N;-h, to make the
i ■ ;! j; i ( o si fie, he conspi-
ciousT) and j- < ! in stune suitable loca-
tion in the fair building." *
"1 second the motion!"—Chorus.
You are as able to sign a note as 90 per cent of
thm: who have already si; n-\I.
Our Service Department is
now open until 9:00
o'clock at ni^ht.
KING'S MOTOR COMPANY.
No. 25 Galvanized
Prices on All Models Gro&ily deduced
Pre-war prices on the genuine Thor, the stand-
ard washing machine of America, again pre-
vail. All machines are nc vv, iv t surplus stock.
Day bv day they are goine through a factory
which ha* ' ver cl d d they are
being made even better than before because
of improving conditions affecting labor and
materials. y mat le • urs the Hurley
guarantee. All new prices are standard fac-
tory prices now in ferce.
is the time.
Prices have struck rock bottom, and your home
should not be without a Thor Electric
iii Your Home
Authorized Thor Dealer
Pay only this small amount
down and the machine is
yours for your next wash
day. Easy monthly pay-
ments for the rest.
DAVIS ELECTRIC COMPANY
Phone 220 103 South Bickford
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Maher, T. W. The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 161, Ed. 1 Monday, October 24, 1921, newspaper, October 24, 1921; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc91407/m1/2/: accessed March 4, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.