Garber Sentinel. (Garber, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 1, 1909 Page: 4 of 8
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HARK1MAN CANT QUIT.
When John hmitti, farmer, gets sick
5 he can quit wotIc (or a time without
Looau plated unooc n«n 4 trau p*r
ai Brtci, 10 eanU per Inch In tM eol
ML 12Vt per east dlaeoaai <w (pace occupied
reauwtlj lor 1 mootb. > percent dlwoont on
faeeoecoplearaeouullTrore period oi t monl&t.
Miner la M ea«a«etl u ortea u (dTMtuer aruo-
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It la disclosed that the surplus of $6
000 of the inaugural committee has
been turned over to tta NatioL-
al Committee for use in bridging
i-.bout a change In the date of inaugur.
ttion. It f-99'd pot be better ejpend-
seriously disturbing his own Affairs or
conditions in his neighborhood. Not
so with the great railwa; magnate. lie
must stay 03 the job under all circum-
A man with an assured income of
99,000 a year is more to be envied than
a ilarrimau. The latter Us the slave of
his possessions. He holds in bis hands
Mother—"Frances, don't tease. Too
know mother does not like her little
girl to cat between meals." Frances
(aged three)—"Mother, tbis isn't be-
tween meals. It's before meals."
Luther a Strap Hanger.
It was rush hour in the subway.
' Martin Luther hung wearily from a
strap. "Here stand I," he said. ' God
help me, 1 can do no otherwise."—
One Index of Character.
. A man's garden," says the Garden
the destinies of millions, the welfare > (ug WorW ..may be looked upoI1 as ^
Absenteeism in the House of Repre-
aeaUtlvee Is becoming a real evil, to
auch au extent Indeed as to interfere
with tbe business of tbe lower branch
6f (Jongtess. It U *'1 known that
during the closing days of the StUUeth
Congress a number of vote# were lo«t
to tbe organllatton M ft tcSlllt 6i this
absence of members. From Washing-
ton comes the gratifying report that
Hpeaker Cannou inteuds to look after
Uiese delinquents who do not stay on
the job during tbe consideration of the
tariff bill and that they will be "docked
if they fall to attend the sessions. His-
tory affords ample precedent for such a
course. Speakers Crisp In the Kifty-
ty-thlrd and Speaker Reed In the Fifty
„ fourth Congresses both brought a lot
of absentees to their senses by order-
ing that deductions should be made
trom the salaries of those who failed
to attend the session. The pity of it is
that such method must needs be restort
ed'toln order to enforce a responsibil
ty that should be regarded as a duty
and a privilege.
The conference at the White House
on Saturday last wben the Fresi'ient
discussed at some length the new tariff
bill with Senator Aldrtch, the Secre
Ury of State and the Treasury, crystal
hted into serious <ll(Jlculfcle what have
been heretofore discordant notes in the
somewhat tentative discussions of the
proposed methods for increasing the
revenue. For Instance, Senator Aid-
rich advised the President that the in-
heritance tax provision of the Payne
bill would not pass the Senate as that
body entertains intense and insuper-
able opposition to any Btich measure
on the ground that while it is a pro-
per source of revenue for the state, the
federal government ought not to re-
sort to it except in times of extr-ms
need; t he Income tax, too, it developed,
is not considered altogether advisable;
the contention is made that the in xi-
mum nod minimum provision in the
bill is baBed on a wrong principle, that
it implies retributive instead of con-
conciliatory action. Truly the lines of
the parly leaders are not cast in plea
. — - -
Needed an Hourglass.
A clergyman made an unusually long
Mil al the home of a parishioner re-
icantly. He talked and talked, until
Anally little Edna, who was present,
whispered: "Mamma, did the preach-
er forget to bring his 'amen' with
Poetry at a Discount.
What chance has a poet In thest
days? A very poor chance in this
country. He may sell 1,000 copies,
and, If so, he is a very fortunate man.
But 1,000 copies will bring him only
CBO, and that is poor pay for the
thought, the Imagination and the labor
condensed into a volume of poetry.
Mor are things much better in Amer-
Cure for Fibbing Habit
At last the habitual liar haa hi*
entitle justification. The Medical
Journal excuses mendacity by assertr
IBS that it is produoed by certain
•erms of Indigestion. Thus children
Who spontaneoualy fib are uncon-
sciously suffering from acute dyspep-
sia and older people who misstate
tacts need only change their diet W
of a great army of employes, tbe in
come of hundreds of thousands of in-
conceivable, snd to him is entrusted
the success or failure of an empire.
His work is inexorable; be is a slave;
his acquisitions do not compensate
bim for his sacrillces. No head wear-
ing a crown is more uneasy than that
of the great railway magnate. His
death, suddenly, would mean calamity;
not because of f,be clsy that is Ilarri-
mau, t>ut because uf JJ>e vast Interests
dependent nppn fell efwjr word ana
hi* every movement.
'fhe bearer of such great responsibil-
ity might regard the liatnefl of loptifct
as worse, but only In degree.
Index of his mind; sloth aud igaorasce
go together." it is the early gardener
who catches the worm.
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Peters, S. H. Garber Sentinel. (Garber, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 1, 1909, newspaper, April 1, 1909; Garber, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc144141/m1/4/: accessed May 26, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.