The Chandler Publicist. (Chandler, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 31, Ed. 1 Friday, December 29, 1905 Page: 2 of 8
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I Public Opinion (
• "Down there in that smothered ■
I cry among the people is the voice 2
THE ROOT OF THEJTROUBLE
Chandler, Okla.. Dec. 22 1905.
J. W. AMBLER,
Dear Brother:—-Your letter dated
Dec. I, 05, at hand. You complain o(
not being able to meet your obligation!.
I do not wonder at your statement yet I
know there are few peaple who work
so hard and have so few luxuries as you
and yours. You know I have always
preached to you in brotherly way, " l'o
shun debt as you wohld Satan.' telling
you there were few who could keep up
with interest, for while you were asleep
it would work.
I am surprised that our statements do
not tear the mask from the word Interest
and expose it to plain view first interest
or usury is the greatest wrong that can
be perpetrated on an unsuspecting people
On Nov. I, 1885, you remember
father gave each of us $ I ,t>00, you re
member that 1 loaned my $ 1,000 at 2
per cent interest to T. W. Williams and
took a mortgage on 480 acres of bottom
land. I just had a settlement Nov. I,
1905 and figuring annual interest com-
pound at 10 per cent it amounted to $6.
727,53 you observe that $1,000 is as
good as new. 1 have avoided mxes by
leasing a box in the first national bank
and being dishonest enough to refuse to
list it for taxes.
You remember you bought farm
with your money. You had a home it
was assessed at $600,00 and you paid
4 per cent or $24,00 the first year.
This you have continued to do for 20
years$4.80. You have added $700.
worth of buildings, making your out lay
$ I 180. The soil is not so fertile now
as when bought and your buildings are
some what weather beaten your farm is
not worth as many dollars as when you
bought it except in twenty years your
market has been made better by more
consumers being near you. I low much
have you made ? For a few years you
made money but wh en the money in
circulation dropped to about ♦ 1600 per
capitl actual circulation you were load
ed up pretty well on stock and grain
and in order to meet some debts that you
contracted when money was more plen
tiful you had to sacrifice and it has been
a game in which the money manipulator
has had the advantage all the time, for
he can and does, set the price on your
Again when you had a surplus of mon
ey, you put it in the hads erf bankers
and in so doing, gave them an advan-
tage by t eir getting interest from your
What we need is Postal Savings bank
Why?that our small savings, while being
safe for us in the aggregate will grease
the wheels for United States without
It will deprive the banker of the pow
er to contract our circulation stop interest
and force the rich to take their chances
of risk by competing in industry.
It will force them to pay taxes with
the rest of us. Should they deal in
stock they must lose by death and acci-
dent as do the poor. Therefore I say
interest is our greates curse. Next to it
is special privileges. "Well," you will
say that would interfere with our insur-
ance companies; Yes, but suppose we
insure in a governmental company(pay
premium to United States) would it not
be safe, and would it not be patrotic?
and would it not do away with the need
of issuing bonds.?
B. F. AMBLER.
The cotton farmers are holding over
their ow.i and g;t soji? of the other fel-
Jow s money this year.
The farmers who can go it alone
stands all high in the cotton game just
Organizer Irwin has put the people
next to the latest deal in government
Our national prosperity has been graft
ed until it bears no fruit to boast of.
Have you v iteo our uew home
since we redi .^oi ed? English Kilob-
Erwin can suv.- you mooe/ on
diam >t iN. t00 t5
Wanted—'Vood nd chicken feed on
From Wednesday's Daily—
Chandler Ilerr went to Luther this
morning on business pertaining to
his oftlce of deputy sheriff.
Mrs. U. K. Cox went to Wellston
this morning to join her son who has
just moved there to live.
Miss Jo VVolcott' who has been at
home from ('leveland for the holidays
joined the teachers who went to Enid
this morning to attend the territorial
V. H. I'erswell went to Wellston
on business this morning.
Miss Spery and W. H. Cartlenrn
missed "the train to Guthrie this morn-
ing on the way to Enid to attend the
association at Enid.
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. O'Hare and lit-
tle Dick passed through here this
morning enroute to Oklahoma City to
attend the Territorial Socialist con
vention there from the 27th to the 05lth
Gaylord Wilahire speaks there to
Miss l'earl Uhler, who has been
the gue9t of her aunt and cousin, Mes
dames LI. P. Mill and Grace Bennett,
for several weeks, returned home last
The Lincoln county Educator made
its first appearance last week. It is
throe column quarto devoted to the ed
ucational interests of the county, O.
P. Hayes, editor; L W. Burnett,
Why suffer with your stomach, kid-
neys and liver when Hollister's
Kooky Mountain Tea will make you
well. If taken this month, keeps you
well all the year. 35 cent9, Tea or
Tablets.—Corbin & Lynch.
Wanted Dining room j;irl at Mrs.
When you want a pleasant physic
try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liv-
er Tablets. They are easy to take
and produce no griping or other un-
piasant effect. Sold by A. D. Wright.
Fou Salic—A good second hand
piano of high grade. Also a Kimbal
organ.—Mrs. Th.. Flitch. 203tf
DIAMONDS any sine — Erwin Jew-
eler. ®06 t5
Nothing is more suitable or more
appreciated for a Christmas present
than a nice piece of furniture. Our
assorement Is complete J. Collar.
If fortune disregards thy claim,
Don't hang thy head in fear and
But marry the girl that you love best;
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea
will do the rest—Corbin &
D'or fine chocolates go to Bon Ton
Bakery. Very choice 30 cents per lb.
JOc 208 4wl
Call atW. O. Wolfe's and see the
Strich Zeldler piano before^ buying
If you want a farm right at Chand-
ler for nearly nothing and on easy
terms address, W. M. Allison, Snyder
OkliWona. 28 dw
Miss Iloby l-'orter of Shawnee is the
guest of Miss Velma Horr.
Mesuatnes Keller, Smith and Brown
of Corydon, Iowa, left for home this!
morning af'.er a pleasant visit with
Mrs, Keller of this place.
Miss Qrace Blddle came over from
Wellston this morning.
Mrs. M. H. Carson, a sister of Mrs
Win. Spieiberger, arrived this morn-
ing from Fort Worth, Texas, to visit
her sister and family.
C. D. Spencer came In this morning
f it in lie west.
B. H. Sands was ut Wellston this
M Belir caine in thii morning from
chickasha where he is now engaged
in business. He is here for the day
Mrs .) c. Monforte is entertaining
two sisters and a nephew, Mesdames
Margaret Mur.zy of E lleno and Fred
Aron'd of Winllold, Kansas, and th*
titter's soil Fred of Colfeyvllle, Kan.
E W Carrand Ev Stinnett return c
fr.iin Guthrie via Oklahoma City.
AM kinds of fancy mixed candies
from It lbs for22cup. English Walnuts
20c Bon Ton Bakery. 308 4wl
You want a remedy that will not
only give quick relief but effect a per-
You want a remedy that will re-
lieve the lungs and keep expectoratioa
You want a remedy that will roun
teraet any tendency toward pneum
You want a remedy that is pleas-
ant and safe to take.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy meets
all of these requirements and for the
speedy and permanent cure of bad
colds stands without a peer. For sale
by A D. Wright.
Wb have a line line of fancy Jewelry
loch s'* out at cost. Co'rie and fe-
lt.— Boo Ton Bakery. 318 4wl
is made of Grape
Cream of Tartar.
Makes the food
It Is better, one's nurse used to tell
one, to be good than pretty. This,
however, as we grow older, we And to
he a partially fallacious statement, bo
far as social success is concerned.—
Nightcaps and Insomnia.
All one has to do in order to si-cure
a good night's rest is to wear a night-
cap. We are assured that the great
secret is to keep the head warm and
then one may sleep like a top.—The
When Men Cease to Read Books.
According to the librarian' of the
free library at Cambridge, England,
who has tilled that position for hajf a
century, men as a rule cease to read
books on reaching the age of 40.
Anrone fending n *ket<h nnd description limy
quickly HS'-ertHin our opinion free whether hii
Invention is probably patentable, Communica-
tions mrictly continent in!. HANDBOOK on Pateuti
pent free. Oldest nirency for nocurinK patentn.
Patents taken through Munti A l'o. receive
notice, without clnirtfo, iu the
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. J.nreest rlr-
ou lilt Ion of any •clentlflo Journal. Terms, f.t a
year: four months, |L Sold by all newsdealers.
MUNN & Co.36,Broadwa> New York
Branch Offlee. K Ht., Washington. D. C.
Useful Siberian Riv«r.
The Siberian river Ob and Its trib-
utaries drain an area ^Jjnost equal to
that of Western Europe—1,250,000
A flonn old maids out in Goshen.
Who lived miles nwn% from tile ocean.
Once donned bathing suits
And went shooting the shutes—
I've a notion they got ocean motion.
TIGER AND DOG CHUMS.
Remarkable Friendship Between the
There is no use waiting for the
millennium. It is here. The Bengal
tiger, six months old, and the mongrel
pup, eight months old, have Iain down
and got up together in one cage In
perfect brotherly lovo since the birth
of the tiger in Cincinnati.
The cub and the pup are now
housed In a narrow packing case in
Hexamer's livery stable, Hoboken,
ready for shipment to Hagenbeck'a
show in Europe. Tho Hippodrome
people heard of the pair, and are ne-
gotiating with Howard Feildlng,
Hagenbeclc's agent, for their pur-
"Usually," said Frank Krissell, Mr.
Fielding's representative, "when ex-
periments like that are tried the tiger
eatg up the dog as soon as the tiger's
teeth are good enough. But in this
caee tliey seemei! to take to each oth-
er from the first, and now nothing
can sever them. If you touch the dog
the tiger will make a slap at yo
But if you touch the tiger the doj
thinks it's a good joke.
"If the tiger gets obstreperous the
pup sits down on the tiger's head
Then the tiger shuts up at once. The
only time the dog ever respects h:a
Wend is when the tiger Is eating hi«
portion of raw meat. Then the (log
keeps out nt the way."—New York
Thanking the Pubttc for their liberal patronrge
the past year we wish one and all a Merry
Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Jacobs, Star Store .*.
Christmas and New Year
Holiday Excursion Rates
RATE. FARE AND ONE THIRD FOR ROUND TRIP.
DATES OF SALE. DECEMBER 22. 23. 24, 25, 30 and 31st,
1905, and JANUARY I. 1906.
Betwween all points on FRISCO S [ EM lines west of the Mis-
sissippi River. Also to points on other lines as follows:
Arkansas: To all points.
Colorado: To all points east of and including Colorado common
points, Denver to Trinidad, inclusive.
Illinois: To all points on and west of the line of the C. & E. I. R!
R. Chicago to St. Louis, including Chicago.
Indian Territory: To all points.
Iowa: To all points.
Kansas: To all points.
Michigan: To all points in the Northern Peninsula.
Minnesota: To all points.
Missouri: To all points.
Nebraska: To all points.
North Dakota: To all points east ol and Including Westhope, Tow-
ner, Balfour and Eismark.
Oklahoma: To all points.
South Dakota: To all points.
Tennessee: To Memphis only.
Texas: To all points.
Wyoming: To Cheyenne and all points east thereof.
Wisconsin: To all points.
A.J. MACOMBER, Agent, Chandler, Okla.
F. E. CL Alt K, D. P A.
Change Cars at
Take a new, bright and attractive train
from Union Station, Kansas'1 City, to
Union Station, Chicago. The tran is
The Southwest Limited of the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
Leave Union Station, Kansas City, 5:55
p. m.; Grand Avenue. (3:07 p. in., arrive
Union ^Station, Chicago, 3:20 a. m. A
postal card will bring you complete infor-
mation about rates, routes ;ind train ser-
. I 4
C *L. COBB, Southwestern Passenger Agent
907 Main Street.' K a ns as City,*Mo.
,flv«te end Government Property.
There it a difference between gov
wament and public property. While
all property owned by a nation or
municipality is government property,
still there is a part of that which Is
I public property, as, for instance,
i parks aud libraries, whicl- jnay be
I used by the general public ports be
j longing to the army and ships to the
I navy are government propeity, but
are not for the use of tho ganeral
Car* far Pauper Children. *
Tke plans of maintaining the ohll-
dren of the poor—or such as may b«^
1 la ih« poor-houses or "unions"—in oot-
[ and homes of that character, is
flndins a very general adoption In
ngland, no less than 128 "unions"
aow maintaining the children away
from the pauperizing effects of poor-
! house association. The county of Lon-
Jou paid out 72 cents a head of Its
population for the half-year on poor
GETTING CLOSE TO EVIDENCE.
Proof That Minister Was at Least on
the Right Track.
Lawyer Jones was the pride of a
flourishing seaport village of Maine.
He stood well at th? bar of the coun-
ty, and his forense triumphs '.eflected
glory on his town. He was an es-
pecial authority or. evKlence.
After middle 1:!' . in spite of the pro-
hibitory law, lie got into the way of
tippling and was sometime* seen the
worse for liquor. H's good neighbors
bemoaned the fact ; nd decided to get
the popular minister to labor with the
The minister accepted his delicate
mission, and one morning, meeting
Mr. Jones on the street, he cordially
took his arm and walked along with
him. After some commonplace re-
marks he said: "My dear Mr. Jones,
>ou are greatly loved and respected In
this community, but I am sorry to say
that some of your best friends are
disturbed by stories they have heard
about your drinking."
"All idle tales," said Jones. "I do
The minister caught a whiff of his
breath as he spoke, and, with signs of
Irritation In his voice, replied: "Now,
Jones, what Is the use of talking
that way? I know by your breath that
you have ben drinking to-day."
"Well." said Jones, "now you are
To prove that Its telegrams are
genulue, a Paris newspaper will in
future expose in its windows dupli-
es'os of every message received for
the whole of the day after their pub
T'.e |:lira3? "baker's dozen" arose
from the custom of the trade to al-
:■ <v Uiirteen penny rolls to each dozen
-old. The same custom still holds
r.ood in the wholesale book trade.
A jolly old codger named Weiss
Bought his comrades just ton drlns
Ho tlien said to Mort:
You t'ink I'm a sport.
But, py Chorge, I am only a gotes!"
—Dot roil Tribune.
Find Skeleton of Murderer.
While excavating a trench for
drainage in a road at Eastbourne
England, workmen came upon a cof-
fin containing a skeleton, the skull of
which was separated from the other
bones and lying between the shoul-
ders. It proved to be the skeleton of
a wife murderer, who was executed
240 years ago. The wife's body lies
in an adjacent church yard.
Ch.rography Was Puzzle.
Maivey Walters, an expert on pat-
iit case,, had occasion to write Rufuy
Choate on some important question
and when he received the reply was
unable lo read a word of it, so took
the missive to Mr. Choate and asked
blm wlia' he had written. Mr. Choate
replied: "I never can read my writ-
ins after the ink is dry, but If you will
lell me what it is about I will tell you
what I have written." And he did.
"People that live In glass bouses
needn't have any fear nowadays,"
said Uncle Allen Sparks. "There are
plate glass insurance companies."
There always remains a suspicion in
the mind of the most devoted wife
that perhaps she could have done bet-
Human Hair Industry.
The human hair industry is a very
active one in France, the departments
most frequently visited by th« hair
merchants being those of Correze
Creuse, AlKer, Cher, Dordogne and
llaute Vienne. The average price
given for a full, long head of hair Is
from 2 shillings to 25 shillings for
the very best quality and color.
Regulated Price of Meat.
in ljH2, in England, butchers were
compelled by law to sell their beef
for a half penny a pound and mutton
for three farthings. The butchers of
London sold penny pieces of beef for
the relief of the poor, every piece twA
pouii ind a half, sometimes three
poun for a penny.
Thickness of Skin.
The skin of the men and women
of some nations is much thicker than
that of others, particularly in hot
countries. The Central African negro
has a skin about half as thick again
as that of a European. That of a ne-
gro is thickest over the head and
back—evidently to form a protection
from the sun.
Monks Made Champagne.
i In the seventeenth century a monk
named I'«rignon had charge of a vine-
yard belonging to the abbey of St.
Peter Hautvllliers, Champagne, and
h# al.-o superintended the making of
i the abbey wines. In the course of
Ills eiyerlments he discovered "spark-
Consider the Wasp.
"The wasp is a disputatious crea
ture, to be sure," observed the profes-
sor, "hut It always carries Its point."
I neons. - Man!
When a girl of 2, her father 1*
pleased when 6he goes Into his pock-
ets when he comes home nights;
when she la 10, he li Irritated, and
"He's infatuated with her, Isn't he?"
"I should say so; he says he for-
gets himself when in her presence.
Wouldn't that kill you?" .
"Gee! He must forget her face, when she U 80 he K#U mftd.-AtcM-
too."—Houston Post. *on Q'°b8-
When a London magistrate dis-
charged a Russian who had been ac-
cused of some petty offonse, the Rus-
sian prostrated himself and kissed the
fioor three times. Then he arose
hewed to the court end departed.
Must Have Been a Bachelor.
! A horrible cynic has invented the
following disgraceful paragraph: "It
Is beautiful to behold at a wedding
the sorrow-stricken air of the parent
as he 'gives the bride away,' when
we know that for the last ten /ears
he has been trying to get her off his
hands."—London Tit Pits.
Woman at Her Best.
To be of the highest economic vil'
lie, a writer, a woman must eith-
er be a mother or must choose her
line of work that in the care of others
she !iads scope for her maternal 1l-
stin< and works upon and not across
the lines laid down by nature.
Ways of Russian Officers.
Russian officers in camp receive
money to pay for Oelr meals, but In
many cases thej- keep t! for othet
purposes, ind eat v\tb the- con mon
«ol l ei..
Ten a Penny.
Chinese newspapers, owing to the
cheap quality of paper used and to
the low price of labor both literary
and mechanical,' are Issued at an ex-
tremely small figure. The price of
the ordinary Shanghai Journal is four
rash, or about one-tenth of a penny.
A mau is better employed In giving
thanks that power to resist was
vouchsafed to him than In fretting
over wicked Impulses which come un-
aouglr and extort an unwilling hospi
'all' i from the weakness of our va
fore- Anthony Hope
Fo • brigtmas rockers see Jake Col.
nr. d'J w.
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