The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 109, Ed. 1 Friday, February 11, 1916 Page: 3 of 8
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FATHER WAS RIGHT
OF CREEKS TAX
JULIUS.! CAKH li-(V3IKjc
To ST OM THtT V- 0'-Lc;m
Skc-; ft .
vs . J N K
JSO SAYS SUPREME COURT COM-
MISSION ACT GRANTING EX-
EMPTION ONLY FOR PROTEC-
f TION OF INDIANS.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
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ABLE WHEN SOLD
Oklahoma City Okla.. Feb l'h
Homesteads of Creek Indians that
were inalienable and nontaxable for
twenty-one years become taxable when
sold alter restrictions have been re-
moved. This is the conclusion of Judg'
lUuumons of the supreme court coin-
mission in tin' case of the county com-
missioners of Muskogee county ui.j
.sought to collect taxes on lots that
had been a part of an allotment of this
sort. The collection was resisted by
1). X. Kink and others of that city.
Ia his. opinion deciding the a-e i:;
favor of the commissioners and up-
IioiJiug the tax Judge Hummons said:
Judge Rummons' Opinion.
"We are convinced that the purpose
of congress in exempting the home-
stead allotments of the Creek Tribe
from taxation and requiring the state
of Oklahoma in its constitution to give
effect to the exemption so granted
was solely for the protection of the
members of the Creek Tribe; that con-
gress intended by the supplemental
agreement to convey to the members
of the tribe homesteads which could
.- not be taken nun them lor me pa-j
inent of taxes. The constitute t.a! j
.'; provision of the state of Oklahoma
above quoted gives full effect to the
purpose of congress
j "Hut can it be said that whet; en::-
; -;re- determined that certain classes
of Creek citizens were competent to
i attend to their own affairs am! to
alienate their lands at will it aNo in-Ut-rnded
that such lands should continu
I ""to escape the burdens of government
a'ter they had passed from the hands
j o: the Creek citizen.-?
Lead to Discrimination.
' "Such a conclusion would lead t. the
greatest discriminat ion and in.iu.-tice
5 between citizens and would derogate
! from the power of taxation essentia!
to the maintenance of government that
; we do not think that the act of con-
) gress of May -7. lfluS is open to this
said by the
supreme court of the I'uited States.
th exemption from taxation of the
j l.uids of the Indians is a valuable
right; but is not the right to freely
'. alienate one's lands also a valuable
' "We think there can be no doubt
that it is a right of the highest value.
We think the intent of congress by
i that act was to say to the Creek ''''
j izeit we have given you lands which
i are non taxable for twenty-one year-:
' the exemption from taxation adds
value to your lands the restriction
J upon alienation impairs that value; we
will now offer you the privilege of un-
I restricted alienation but if you eiert
to avail yourselves of this privilege
D. M. FORBESS
EXPERT VIOLIN MAKER
AND REPAIRER :: ::
All Work Guaran-
teed to please you.
17 5th Ave.. N. E. Phcne G 479
No. 11 N. Waihlngton St.
New anil I'p to Date
Chinese nml Ameriran Dishfl
CLEAN r.OOD SERVICE
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Phone 657 Tablet fop La diet
Booths for Private Partlet
J. W. Agce
Phone No. 167
Cipyr L. 1 1 j . ai.
YOU'LL always be right if you
tie to "Tux" because that's the
right tobacco all right!
Get a tin right away. Then
it'll be smoke-up and cheer-up
without a let-up seven days in
yo .r lands upon alienation be-
eiiine sul jert t' taxation in t'.ie ha:eis
(!' our .arantee."
War Upon Pain.
Pain is a visitor tr every house and
usually it come finite unexpectedly.
Hut you are prepared for every emer-
gency if you keep a small bottle or
Sloan's Liniment handy. It is the
greatest pain killer ever discovered.
Simply laid on the skin no rubbing
! reeuired it drives the pain away. It
; is really wonderful.
Mervin II. Solster Berkeley. Cal.
writes: "Last Saturday after tramping
around t lie Panama Exposition with
wet feet. I came hitr.e with my neck
sn .-tiff that I couldn't turn. I applied
Sloan's Liniment freely and went to
bed. To n:y surprise next morning t'.ie
stiflne-s had almost disappeared four
hours after the second application I
was as pood as new."
March 1915. At DrussisU 23c
AT YOUR GROCOTS
PHCtll MOIESUE tmi
; ipWNSAS MILLING C j
A f - s n l
The original "Tuxedo Process" brings out the unsurpassed
mildness delicate fragrance and mellow flavor of the leaf in a
way that has never been successfully imitated. At the same time
it refines the tobacco until every trace of harshness and "bite"
disappears. - .-j'-"":'"-''.v'"".v- ''j
You will find in Tuxedo a smoke that is wholesome and in
everyway beneficial to both mind and body. Tuxedo is a mild
temperate tobacco that soothes and comforts with every whiff.
Smoke all you like of Tuxedo!
YOU CAN DUY TUXEDO EVERYWHERE
Convenient glassine wrap- Famous green tin with gold Cr
ped moisture-proof pouch OC lettering curved to fit pocket X LC
In Tin Humidors 40c and 80c. In Glass Humidors 50c and 90c
THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY
Whole Family Overcome by Gas.
fluthrie Okla. I'eb. '.'.When C. A
Anderson a farmer living eat of
town iv! timed to his home he found
his family unconscious from pas
fumes and it. was onlv by Ions hard
work their lives were saved. They
hail taken a stove pipe down to clean
house and went on tisins; gas in the
stove with the pipe down.
There is more catarrh in this sec-
tion of the country than all other dis-
eases put together and for years it
was supposed to be incurable. Doctors
prescribed local remedies and by
constantly failing to cure with local
'reaMiH-nt pronounced it incurable
Catarrh is a local disease greatly in-
fluenced by constitutional condition-
and therefore requires con-aitutiur.a!
treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure man-
ufactured by F. J. Cheney $.- Co.. To-
ledo. Ohio is a constitutional remedy
is taken internally and acts through
the blood on the mucous surfaces of
the system.. One hundred dollars re-
ward is offered for any case that
Hail's Catarrh Cure fails to cure
Send for circulars and testimonials
K. J. C'HEXKY & Co . Toledo Oiiio.
Sold by druggists 71e.
Hall's Family Pills fur constipation.
INCOME TAXPAYERS ERR IN
MAKING TAX REPORTS
Oklahoma City. Feb. lo. 'I am
i.aving to return a lani" number of
income tax reports made to me"
said S'ate Auditor Howard yesterday
"for the rea.-on that there seems t'
be an impression that in making! up
their report the taxpayers should not
include in their taxable incomes divi-
dends received from banks and other
"This i.s a mi.-'aknn idea as these
dividends are not exempt from ihe
income of the taxpayers under the
state income tax law. The sta'e law
differs from the federal i that t!.e
la.v cf Oklahoma is strictly a per-
son! incono tax that the state does
Pot coiiect any income tax from cor-
Ignitions. C'Voc ;n iitly in making
their return? taxpayers should in-
; ' r
7"Ac Per fact Tobacco for Pipe and Cigarette
I i hide all monies received from all I
I -ources including their dividends re-1
ll'Tred to. and only deduct t herefrom
so far as any public disbursements i
j are concerned such taxes as tiie in-1
j dividual himself has paid. j
j "This same condition also applies
I to a large number of citizens who be-:
1 lieving that their incomes from divi-'
(lends from corporations are not tax-j
able feel that they are not amenable'
o the law.
"I am calling attention to this for j
the reason that the time is short now!
until the law automatically applies1
he fine (f $l'n) upon all citizens
amenable to the law who fail to make
the report in unler tint u;e ma
W'o-e.rly protect themselves by mak-i
inz said report at once"
COLDS NEED ATTENTION
Internal throat and cliest troubles
i produce inflammation. Irritation swell-
j ing or sorer.esi and unless checked i
I at once are likely to lead to s"rious
I trouble. Caught in time. Dr. Hell's1
i Pine-Tar Honey loosens the phlegm
land destroys the germs which have
I settled in the throat or nose. It Is j
soothing and healing. Pine is antisep-J
tie; honey is soothing both together:
1 possess excellent medicinal qualities
' tor titrating cold germs. Insis' on Dr.
I Hell's Pine Tar- Honey. 25c all Drug-!
WIFE SAYS HUS2AND
LEFT HER IN 1313
Oklahoma City. Feb. !. Alleging'
.handor.ment Mrs. Vera Mae Bledsoe J
:':ied a petition for divorce from Han-j
liolph M. Bledsoe of Wirt in the dis-l
rict court Wednesday afternoon. The;
petition states that th" couple were
ma tried in Duncan. Okla. hi It'll and
that the husband deserted the plain-;
i iff in P'Pl. She asks fur the restora-
ion of her maiden n.iine. court cost
ar.d attorney's fee- and mon-hly nli-
:: or.y of $ i.
Mrs. p.'eds.ie charges that her hu--'
and whom she alleges is worth
Jl.ooO and owns a car.ipe at Wirt i-
n'ttiut to dispo.-e of property belong-
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the week and fifty-two weeks in
A pipeful of "Tux" gives you
that money-in-the-bank feeling
like finding a ten-dollar bill in the
vest pocket of last season's suit.
ing to him and also household goods
and personal cffecls belonging to her.
A restraining order to prevent the al-
leged contemplated sale is also asked.
She asks that all the property be-
longing lo them be declared "com-
munity" property in order that she
may receive her ju.-t share.
Has Used Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy for 20 Years.
"Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has
been used in my household for the
past twenty years. I began giving it
to my children when they were small.
As a quick relief for croup whooping
cough and ordinary colds it has no
equal lleing free from opium and
other harmful drugs I ti-vi-r felt
afraid to give it to the tliildr.-n. I
have recommended it to a large num-
ber of friends and neighbors who have
used It and speak highly of !'" writes
Mrs. Mary Minke Short svii:? N. Y.
New Indian Policy
Fur the first time -ince the govern-
ment assumed the guardianship of In-
dians and their property a definite
Indian policy has been announced in
Secretary Lane's declaration that tiie
purpose of tiie Indian Hun-an must lie
to equip all Indians lor full citizen-
ship and self government as fast as
possible. To this end. first steps have
already been taken towards turning
loose those of the Indian wards who
are now capable of administering their
own affairs and towards placing upon
a preparatory list those others who
may be considered competent within
the near future.
In the education of the Indians tiie
new aim is towards cuch academic and
vocational instruction as will fit Indian
boys and girls for the parts they must
play in life rather titan t) overtrain
and overediK at'- them unfitting them
fur u-e:'.'il work aiming taeir native
t in ir'U.met'.t.
When co'iive'or tr.Tubied with con-
RtipatUn. take Chamberlain's Tablets.
They are easy to take and most agree
able in effect. Obtainable everywhere.
R. L. GOLDBERG
Famous Cartoonist Creator "Foolish
Ouestioas" "I'm the Guy" etc.
" find in Tuxedo a good tobacco. Its
fragrance and flaoor are fine. I use il
regularly and endorse it highly to all my
Windows Doors Frames
and all kinds of Interior Finish
A Specialty on
Window and Door Screens
402 North Caddo Street
WHEN YOU CAN BUY
COTTON AT 8 CENTS
Clean :: Batted
Ready for Quilts
NOW PUT UP IN NICE
PACKAGE 3 LBS. UP.
ARDMORE OIL & MLC
BEST OF LEATHER
On Every Job of
Cross Electric Shoe Shop
Phone 125-J 8 N. Wash.
WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER
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Easley, John F. The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 109, Ed. 1 Friday, February 11, 1916, newspaper, February 11, 1916; Ardmore, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc154449/m1/3/: accessed November 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.