The Publicist. (Chandler, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, December 9, 1898 Page: 2 of 8
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W. H. FMKCH. Editor nd Man**er
Uas. a C. Fa* CB, A ocl te Ed.
The Catholics arc holding a mission
at Kt Reno.
Lexington wants a library and will
probably get one.
Lafayette day will be very generally
observed in Oklahoma.
The university foot ball team has its
ahoma a>1 Indian Tr.KiUTOKT feelers out for the Kansas university
Most of J he corn crop in Oklahoma
and the Indian territory has
The Dunkards held their annual
feast and foot washing at Clarkson the
The slock throughout the two terri- ^ ^
tories is looking tine and easily endure
cold weather. •
•Very little diphtheria ha- beep re-
ported over the state since the recent
There are four new paper railroads
completed in Oklahoma with pros-
pects of a fifth.
And now the territorial papers want
to dictate what >. rt whisky the
Four train loads of ea'tle were ship-
>ed from Woodward one day last
Hugh Johnson of Woods county, is a
candidate for a cadetship at West
Oklahoma was visited last week by
quite a blizzard for this season of the
The St- Louis papers have given Ok*
•lahoma several columns of good adver-
tising this week, as a result of the ex-
In K;iv ci v.nty KCeotljf a Village
held an election to dissolve its incor-
poration. The vote was unanimous
The rcccut prairie tire- which have
swept over portions of the Kiowa and
Comanche country have so ruined the
pasttfrage that many big herds have
been d. ivm el NV •
Dick Shanafcll, a returned rough
rider, spoke at the Presbyterian church
at Perry recently. He gave the con-
gregation a graphic noeoufl t of the
events preoedinu the taking of San-
Coalgate having been incorporated
as a city of the seOOBd dlMi will elect
a mayor, recorder, treasurer, marshal,
and ten aldermen, who will hold these
#«SM*mtU the regular election In
The wheat prospects were never
better at this sca-on yf the year in Ok
lahom a The gu und throughout the
two terHtoriea haa been wiffldcBtly
tilled with aaotaturete laal unul thai
spring raius commence.
Major Woodson and fifteen Cheyenne
and Arapahoe Indians have gone to
Washington to interview the great
father in relation to the money which
the Hock Island railroad owes the two
tribes. They have due them the money
which the road a jreed to pay tluvy for
the right-of-way through the reserva-
tion. with interest for about nine
years, and it now amounts to a great
many thousand dollars. If they get the
money they will spend most of it in
The secretary of the territory, on
Hovember 20th, filed articles of incor-
poration of the Weatherford Milling
company; business buying and selling
flour and feed. The directors are Hen-
ry Lassen, Chaa. Jack man and John A
Book waiter, all of El Reno; State E*-
change Hap* Weatherford. O. T.;
Royal Tribe of Joseph, a fraternal
beneficial order, with list of grand of-
ficers, constitution tsd* at"
tached. Fred Pfender to be legal
agent; a natarial commission to Geo.
W. Bear, of Kingfisher.
C. O. Barton, attorney and general
manager of the Pauls Valley Tele
phone company, in an interview said:
•4We expect to get connectcd with I">en
ison in a very short time. • I would
feel like saying that we would get
connected up with Den ison in another
week if we have no further bad luck,
but I will not promise that. We are
at the edge of town now, with the
line, and all we need is*to get the polls
up and get the wire strung to get in.
We have fifty miles of the Dcnison-
Tishomingo end of the line completed,
and when we get into this point we
will have the best telephone system in
the country, covering every interior
town in the Chickasaw nation, even
closer than she is now. and I think we
will be beneficial to the towns."
The Oklahoma visitors to St. Louis
on the recent excursion were royally
entertrhied by the business people of
that city. From reports iu the St
Louis papers they were feasted, wined
and dined, as only St. Louis know
how to "set 'em up" to her visitors.
The Choctaw council has passed
bill instructing the board of education
of the Choctaw nation to have all pu-
pil s'now at the different - hools itftlie
states at the expense of the nation re-
turned hon^e by the first of next Jan
While watching at the death-bed of
her son, M.S. Harriet Lay ton of Lin
coin court t y \\Ml takes III and died
few days after her boy.
4It is now an assured fact that Chick
sft ha is to have a dipping vat K 1
Mitchell &Co., of the Tattle Exchange
have perfected all arrangements, and
work will begin on the vat in a fe
daya. This will be of great benefit to
many of the stockmen of this country,
enabling them to ship their cattle, a
ter having them dipped, to an^ mar-
ket regardless of the quarantine.
Those who are tired of the procraMi
nation of the Paris commission are un
reasonable* How would they feel
they were involved in the progress of
the pawea commission.
The Stock Exchange bank of Weath
erf ord, was chartered last week, ami
From all appearances it is plain that
the Dawes commission Is easily a lit®
Word comes from Tahlequah that
there is still hope that a treaty bill
will be passed.
Three of Nagle's deputies have plead-
ed guilty and been fined for making
fraudulent returns in their vouchers.
George H. Dodson, the territorial li-
been brarian, has been elected vice presi-
. dent of the National Librarian asso-
A letter was recently dropped in to
the poatoffioe at Nowata which baffles
the skill of the postmaster himself to
k few good eeasons.|^rxr/ris; .": Make it a Point
hundred and eighty,) nnd the otlur
invANTAGES ACCRU1NC FROM ' party on silver. Hawaii and the navy
LEGISLATION BY PEOPLE. I tone hundred and «>ghty-nlne), « u e
It l'ractlral. It ' Ulrect. " which I approve of only one iiuuui j when all others fail. You have erery reason
Permanent. It Tend, to srimr.it# | eighty parts nnd disapprove of two fIpect it will do for you what il ti*,
To C«t the Best Every Time, Whan
You Buy Medicine.
.• nnKit ion on i Health is too valuable to be trifled wtth
neithertokes afat,..f.ct« , Do not experimcnt. Get Hoi*.
the civil service (fif v). . , rilla and you will have the best meOfelns
money can buy — the medicine that currt
It GUe. the v«nt«e Ground to Honf.tj. ^ partv, I vote for a policy of
- it Id . . , T ot oni- one hundred
rotitic* From l egislation.
hundred and thirty-nine; and if 1 vote done for others.
for" the other I vote for a policy of
u eiTM Tantage ground* to which I approve of only one hundred
lit It gtves g K and eighty.niue parts and disapprove
A*iklUfnl central always «ek. to of two hundred and thirty. Thus my
A BKIIIIUI fjtncn. , ....... U flftv nine less Mian
Is America's Greatest Medicine. Price $i.
Hood'a Pills are tlio favorite e-uWuc.
ret the advantage of position before net satisfaction is fifty,otae_ le-*tah —
i «t.!— r- one case and forty-one less
When Holland girls come to Oklaho-
ma again. they should hang on
pocket-books while passing through
New York. •
Callahan has several bunches of cat-
tle out in Day oourtfy. Callahan may
never be congressman again, but he
will never be poor again, either.
An Oklahoma man is of the opinion
that the lft*g* ltt| athoiaavote was
The Oni J l'lme There ffai.
The necessity that there thall be
only one man who "has the say" in a
military command is thoroughly rec-
be still further complicated by the ognized in the United States army. A
Cal- nomination of candidates whom I do story is told of General Shafier, com-
sider fit to hold oflice, but for mander of the American expeditionary
beirinntaflf the "battle. At present re- nothing in —
formers are attempting to win a vie- than nothing in the other. An^ ™°
lory against the enemy to retain all | ovet, the situation is almost certain ^
to their the vantage ground.
An employer of Chinese labor in
Tha Cattlemen's aaao at onglee
another blowout at Woodward in i eb-
ruary, and the legislature will be in-
Ti ted over. •
legislature shall drink this winter. . .
caused by the natural timidity of the Py UpOD the result of games piayeo ana, i
Grand is a goo.1 place for some attor- poinR up against such an awk-
neys to locate. There is a good pros- %vard thin(f as tj,e oklahoma blanket
pu t for plenty of litis. Mtion >n the neat Fallot . "
Pat O'Connel got into a scrap over
at Pryor Creek and his antagonist be-
ing on the cannibal order bit off a
good sized piece of l'at's nose, which
those who have seen him sihee say has
A man named Ross has skipped out not adde<j to !,is beauty.
from Woods county leaving many
creditors in the .lurch fur sums rang-! The first negro to receive the death
in., from 8.' to S.M". ' jwnalty since Judge 11 osea Townsend
, i. . lias presided in the southern district, , , „ • j„... ,nIu'ml7 ma-
Tarties, who claim thev know what ^ . members—here is a t.i« maKiug
. was Charles Bois, at Ardmore, for the .. ■ lfi tn or
thev are talking about, sav Ardmore is ' chine capitally adapted to acieat
on "one of the richest beds of coal in | of ano her «' lndl"dual pervert the v.-ill of the people, and re-
the territory, a d that it will be no j i ^ ,us rg j quiring a maximum of effort to secure
trouble to secure artesian water. Governor Iiarncs has rfo information a minimum of result. To none of these
. , , that Captain Roy Hoffman has resign- ;vils is direct majority rule subject.
About three-fourths of the normal j "7 ' . ,
iforma said thej were no i ^ as the only way of force for the Invasion 9f Cuba, which
when angry because they would pick ulioui ^ ^ lllugtrateg the punctilio of the ieCular
lip a board ten or fifteen feet long and exertiug ao in i In ^his regard. At a certain frontier
try to strike their opponents with it any policy at all. If the peop at which Shafter, who then KeI4
Ueformers. have too long followed the allowed to -vote on measures as w t .is au [U(erior rank, was commauder,
Chinese tactics. JVliat we need is ti on men, i could exert my full power at >many* years ag0, a discussion, aros*
•lull a short stout club. the polls in favor of the 410 points of among several officers as to the exact
the credulous'fool staking his taon- the policy I desired to see carried out, -tlme 0f day. A captain., with his
addition, I could vote for the watch in his hand, said: 'It 5s now
"Oh no," gald a
with loaded dice or marked cards has candidate 1 thought. ^ Heutenant. "5°£ time if. eight min-
. better chance of success than reform- legislative business, regardless of ha pMt ttree A thlrd ymm(. n(B.
ers under the present system with its opinions on di>putec pon ica • • drew his watch out of his pocket,
"fixed primaries" and so-called repre-: 5th. It nvikes the peop e ica , in j ,.j j!now my [jmt, is exactly right," he
tentative bodies subject to tlead." 'ks, stead of nominal masters. said, "and my watch says two minutes
to caucus manipulation, to boss die-. As lfas been well said: | past three." At tills Juncture Major
lation, to log-rolling, to ;ric!kery and "When the vote granting a franchise I sflafter looked at his silver watch. "I
to evasion of issues endangering part} binds up forever, and our representa-| don't know what your watches say,"
,r the' re-e-eeti.m of representatives, itive can g«t 150,000 for his vote while he remarked, "but I wish you to nn-
A governor wi'.h the veto, a senate \ve only give him W«300 to 81.000 derstand-that in this command « is
er to shelve House bills, si for his year's work, (even if we should
lower house with ward healers as
. , ed his commission in the army or that
building at Alva is under roof.and the ^ dolng SQ and the
he iting apparatus is t \ u in. story sent out from Guthrie to that establishment in law-making generally plished.
contra tors for the painting and plasj i • ... —
2d. It is practical.
Diraet legislation means simply the
tering are now
is self immolation with a ven-
Clark Conlaon o( W« da ran
Tha atracda of Ghlolraaha have been
crowded with Indians for a week. At
men that passes resolutions or makes ; ourselves only to discharge tly-*in after
rules, whether such meeting is a pub- j they liavo allowed our horses to be
I _ . 'ti* a i lie feathering, a co-operative society, a stoicn. •
ty will goto jail rather than extend tl>e last payment each Indian receive ^ ]ot, ( Kreemat0USi or>u lri] j,,, UDion. •The Constitution is our pastuis
the tax raise on his books, although he • ,l1 rom nwc " a SOr' ° \\y ljli9 principle a member of the body fence; the state is our carriage; our
as defeated for re-election. I alk ; iKlS pit^int. tu m iu> ua. i. . rises the •meeting and moves ihe legislatoYs are our horses. With the
aboat heaping coAla of fire. ?,!D_f adoption of a proposition. Another j present arrangements, ^e harness our
member Seconds his motion. The horses, hitch them (often wild colts)
i luuiaua i>ut o it• t i uvut *- < ... , .
1 Reno is completed and a man nam
re-elect him), where is his responsibil-
•'The state or city is our farm. At
present we give our servants (legiela-
tors, aldermen) almost unlimited pow-
er ort?r it—power to mar it; power to
mortgage it—reserving to ourselves
scarcely any power except to discharge
them after the lftirin is fully aecom-
five minutes past three." Then the
young officers remembered that*the au-
thority of the commanding officer ex-
tended even to the time of day.
Most men are as anxious to get rieh
as most of the women are to be beauti;
► "A Perfect Type of the Highest Order of
Excellence in Manufacture.'
fatting ready for the
effect has no foundation whatever in the simple principle of fair play whichI 4,Th« city is our stable, which vv€
rails at any meeting of any body of j commit to these servants, reserving to
chairman next submits it to the house. ; to our carriage, throw away lines and
d Salmon, from Kansas, is agent and
operator there. A .switch engine is
now stationed at the junction, to take
are of the immense transfer business
Col. A. J. Blackwell and his Ohero-
ee wife, now own the whole town of
David, in the northern *part of the
Cherokee nation, the white inhabi-
tants having turned over the property
to them in ortler to save it from the
ffects of the Curtis bill. .
Judge Burford has issued an order
for the county clerks of Woods and
Oklahoma counties to appear before
the supreme court on December 3 and
show cause why they should not be
punished for contempt in refusing to
obey the order of the court to extend
the tax raise made by the territorial
board*of equalization. This case will
be watched with great interest by the
tax-paying people of *the whole terri-
The Dawes commission has doftc a
hard week's work. The most impor-
tant ease before the body was that of
Alex Rennie, whose citizenship was
questioned by the Indian commission-
ers, an«l upon whose citizenship hung
the right of more than a hundred
laimauts. After careful examination
of a number of old Indians and other
citizens it wjis clearly shown that he
was a deseendaut of Jirn McLisli, a
Qhiekaaaw in.iian. and he aad his fam-
ily were enrolled.
In Logan county the ballots in lllack
Hear township were burned and it is
on this gtoand that Strang la contest-
ing Jones' election as county attorney.
Wm. Garrison was the only member
of the last council re-elected, while
Tom Doyle, of Noble county, was the
only member of the last home that
Oklahoma has so little ice that when
it does come it is dangerous. Last
go back to the reservation, where they
do without a great many of the neces-
sities of life until another paynx nt
Then they return to town, buy more
apples, candies, nuts, etc . fill them-
selves with these things, go off and
Sleep a couple of days and await a pay-
whip and trust ourselves to the tender (
mercies of Providedce, which is sup- j
posed to have special care of half-wit-
ment Such is the uneventful life of
I'ncle Sam's wards, out of whom a
number of government employes aro
now trying to make society leaders,
football players and politicians.
The stockmen in Woods county are
very much interested in the mainten-
ance of the quarantine regulations as
made by Governor Barnes, providing
for the dipping of all cattle crossing
the line. Last year the quarantine was
raised for two mouths, and during that
time cattle were brought across the | lnem"ory oI a mau thirty years of
Lastly the whole body abides by the
decision of the majority. Now, we
propose that those voters of communi-
ty, state or nation who ure to obey any ted people. Our horses may balk 01
laws shall have precisely the rights He down in the harness; or they may
thus exercised at such a meeting. Em- wildly tear over the pasture, down
pick ing the terms adopted by the steep guilies, over rocky roads, and ti-
Swiss and accepted in the domain of nally knock our brains out; but we
political economy, we call the propos- have all the time the comfortiug assur-
ing of a law the initiative and the vot-( unt,ic that our horses will be found
ing ou the law the referendum. Since
the voters themselves thus directly
make the law, the whole process is
3d. It is permanent
Life is short. What we do we desire
to see endure. Under the present sys-
tem, put a new man or party in power
and in a few years at most we find
thiugs in even a worse condition. The
and upward prove this. To change
the system is the <
line infected with ticks, and some of
the ticks survived the mild winter system is the essential thing. The
weather and made their presence felt pre8ent system, by centering power in
last spring in a fever trail across west- lhe bands of from one to two hundred
em Oklahoma, and the stockmen feel meu ^ grant special legislation worth
that too many praoanUona cannot be | ,uilliollSi or to spend large sums of the
taken in any matter of admitting cat* peopic«s money, gives every induce-
tie from below the line. If dipping ment to wrong-doing. Few men. how-
kills the ticks, and it is generally ad- eyer hone6t> could resist the terrible
mitted that it does, then parties de- pressurc brought to bear on men pos-
siring to bring in infected cattle should • sessiug suc\x power as we give our law-
b* forced to comply with the regula- |nakers and executives. Corrupt men
tions. And the cattlemen feel that gpeiltj large suras of money to get
the dipping regulation should not be
abandoned, that the safety of the cat-
tle interv Dts of Oklahoma is paramount
to any dealer's convenience.
The Oklahoma merchants arc laying
in immense lines of holiday goods, in
anticipation of a big trade, which has
The territorial regiment in whioh 1
the Oklahoma battalion is, is known
as "The Big Four?"' having reference
to the territories from which it w as
The extension of the Frisco to Greer
unty will be a . * thing for the,
somewhere within the limits of the
seven-rail pasture fence called the Con-
stitution. With the initiative and the
referendum we would be at all timei
masters of the situation, keeping the j
government constantly in our hands.
"Our legislators are our cooks, aut
now we must not only pay them theii
salaries, but also eat all they cook foi
us. Ugh! The nastiness of some of the
messes we have been made to swallow.
With the referendum, when they set
before us some unsavory dish, we say;
'No, thank you,' and pass it by. With
the initiative, when they refuse to cooU
for us, we make out a bill of fare and
have our meals cooked to order.
"The people have concluded that
making lav/ by proxy is eveu more un*
satisfactory than making love by
proxy, and so will soon proceed tc
make laws, as they make love, in per*
sou. which is simply the initiative and
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WESTERN NEWSPAPER UNION,
A Natura/ Biaok by
week at Jefferson, Pauline ltrain fell people of that great section of Oklaho-
the ice while skating and cut ;; ma, It wih a' so be a good thing Jot
groat gash in her head. Oklahoma.
The ground is thoroughly soakc<i Oklahoma has at last produced a
with moisture. Nothing could be poetess who has aftlafus to develop.*
more beuetieial to the wheat at thi - ner uame is Jennie Harris and she
season. • j lives at Guthrie.
T\v nty-four houses were burtw l at THt QOttOB eOttpfWI at Ok Dft
Jlpfciitowa, ; mining <NMnp Thn Ion city now haa twelve thousand balsa cm
waa cansejl by the prairie tire in the ^ hand, and Un owuer- are already
Choctaw nation that was put out by ' talking of increasing the platform
will In? ready to do business in a few
days This m; • n«l I'.y
lor this place. There arc two newspa- Matthew ••
pers. forty or more business houses, arrested for killing :*ett
iyud 2,000 people, where four months four years >M. Ihet di u n * \> <
ago there was nothing but a cornfield, eumstantlal aui\ Watthews eould not
Au3 atni ti booms. 11* eonTictetl
Ou November -9th the lower house
of the Cherokee legislature passed the
bill providing for a treaty commission.
The bill will now to the senat.
where, it is predicted, it will pass.
Tl>e indebtedness of the Cherokee ,
Nation is about seven Hundred tTi >ns
and dollars. This indebtedness is in-
nrtn—diniilljf at the riii ol a
cent and the invested funds at \\ ash-
ington draw live per cent
Willie Ma*thews, the colored boy on
trial for murde* at Ontario. tUMI btOtt
It will he ron * tnl a*d t
fourteen years of age. was
this power, and its resulting opportu-
nity to become quickly wealthy. Let
a new party, however pure, get in
power, and in a Miurt tin e tho "mux!
lers," •'wire-pullers,** and "pluguglies'
in general of the defeated parties,
cure nothing for principle aud going
only where power can be fouud, will
be in the new party, and by reason of
their unscrupulous experience gained
in their old party, in a short time th<A
will be found dictating the noiuina-
t • ns an., po'i. \ of tlu- w party. 'I i ■
purer hi• > *■ st< .'. the ran
and tile of this new party, the easier
for shrewd and corrupt men to secure
and maintain control of it.
4th. It tends to separate polities
This means both better men and bet
ter laws. Each law will be adopted on ,
its merits. # Now is a case of "you i
vote my bill and 1 will vote yours.' i
Under direct legislation a man will | which these gentlemen utter over
not have to vote for oueor more tilings their wiuo and cigars. 1 he money quea*
he iiors not approve ifi rdor to voto
With government banks in place o. ■
our present system of private banks,
called "national bunks," the people j
would save nearly all the interest they j
are now robbed of in the course of bus* .
iness. The comers that are now run ,
on money would l>e prevented and no !
more rot would till the daitv papers'
about "sound money" and tho "dan- j
gerons greenback," that one "weak j
point in our finances." The bankers'
associations, which meet at short in
tervals betjveeu to discuss money and
tell their audience and the uewspnpcrrl K.T iuin tion *n<i a<itIpp
1 •' wm Ion. i "In*"* •
t'atont." O VA1«KUI.L
I Hi_- u for uiuifttura!
dimhi: in Sit irtu.4i < rt«,
irnialtcus i-r uWerttio*!
u( iu ii c oUS lueuiUimw.
I' iule««. and n< t a triB-
JO. t-r poiaooou*. o
~ Mold by llrnrcltt*.
or nt in plain wrippM,
!>v *xprr t>, prepaid, for
ft <+\ i't tmitlaa. f:' "■
Circular a*nt ou
PATENTS, TRADE MARKS
that a half do/eu "financiera*1 with a
machine called a bank can issue fur j
better and "sounder" paper currency j
than the government? would soon be a j
thing of the past,
w«- would get rid ot the ninsiitlnjr1
ratruU t itjr of lo-
Gulde. «>r llww to(i«ia
.'ON, Wafchinston. D. C.
BRCPSY r,, WWSC0VI -Y -s
Sim .lit k of t -tm.M-.iais> n- i tO da.Tf
treat nn .it I'ree. Ur.M.U.UUkttK'o BUNS. AUaata. Oa.
it hratlh that RIP \ ^ *
cent" t< tllptu ( Iwakal
, ) umi Its sad ti MMt?ls>
Major Woodson has ordered all hunt-
ers off the lands of the Darlington
agency. In the Osage country also
the Niinrods are getting the hart lo
Senator-elect A. T. Biddis«>n is quo-
ted as saying that he does not favor
any county in Oklahoma having jndi-
cial.control of the Osage nation. The
senator osr expect t>> nufet a delega*
lion from Piwhwln about the begte*
ning of the ItgUltturii * # •
The first person t<> take advantage of
the new federal bankrupt law in Okla-
i - 1 ou* Lewis, n ir.orehant^ of
;h mnt; who has led in the
federal court a petition in bankruptcy.
I he list of credit rs include seventy
four New York tlrius. i
for inother thing he does approve* nor
does he have to help elect some black-
leg or trickster to the position of coun-
cilman, sheriff, legislator, etc., in or-
der to save the tantT, free trade, freo l'u- ^
silver, sound money, etc. K. S. Moffett I huuko
tion of this country wiil never be set*
tied until it is taken out of the handa
o1' these gentlemen who have become
the bunko steercrs of the nation. They
now 11a\r a bill in tjte house whTch is
inilcst anil most audacious
bank bill eA'er concocted. It
take charge of th
rditor of the Sun Francisco KxMininer. iprope-* - t take rhurg<- « f tiie hnsi-
in his book. "Suggssti ns on Govern j oesi ot tiu* country and direct o?iry*
Thompson's Eye Water
I ! .1. Ui
makes this thought very clear,
Ue says: ,
"Suppose, for instance that my
ideus of u national •policy,' quantitfve
ly expressed, run like this; •
i'ariiV reform. . ...
Opposition to silver coin a
Koomomy in government #.. 80
Annexation of Hawaii . 0
Kxteusion of civil .set vice laws.. 50
Strong davy 40
thin l" th go\ - rntnent mgl ^.onple.
l itis bill which the bankers have foist-
<d onto the republican party and made
Hponsor for it is the mo t infamouM ever
• \ h\ the pinitdtrera <«f modem
' imsinr lw K. I '.wing.
W. N. U.—WICHITA.—IMO. 50-1898
U'hca Aoswcrisq ^tlvcrtiscnuaN Kiadlf
Mention This raoef.
oral* have Om gold
Some people *seek pleasure
nnd llnd it waiting for them
ret urn home.
; Half a loaf's better than no bread,
hut half the truth ia often worse than
The Indebtedness of the world is for. a w hole Ue
i 'v limes as great as the entiro stocU of
l he man w Ijo starts t nj to nicci
go mom \ trouble never has to go half way.
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French, W. H. The Publicist. (Chandler, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, December 9, 1898, newspaper, December 9, 1898; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc150702/m1/2/: accessed November 19, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.