Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 80, Ed. 1, Tuesday, March 6, 1900 Page: 2 of 8
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THE LEADPlk GUTHBIE.oOKLAHOMA
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tfo lleTbnuo Cjut Ufc ollocjjttd.
From Calls Snys Judgo
Now York March 6 Judge Laoombo
of the (J. 3. Circuit Court on the 1st
handed' down ldnpr ddclBtdn on the
pjoiest mado by 8. V. Whito in his
Bilijt agaifast Collector of Internal Hov-
enno Treat to recover the money paid
for war revenue stamps required to bo
bo fixed on "calla." Judgo Lacombo
holds that calls uro not taxable
The decision la a far reaching one
and if It holds will require the govern
inent to pay back to brokers and spec-
ulators all the money which they have
beqn required to pay for the purchase
ot stamps used to affix to "calls" pap-
ers. Appeal may bo taken from Judga
Stephen V.White sued to rocovcr the
sum of S001 paid under protest for 80
200 twocent war revenue stamps which
the defendant required to bo aillxcd to
certain incmorando which evidenced
the glvluff of an option to purchase in
the future certain named stocks at a
gtvenEprice. The transaction is one
which in the language of the stock
market is known as "a call"
Judge Lucombo says that tho long
and intricate scntenco in Bcction 25 of
the Act of Juno 13 1898 under which
Collector Treat required far. Whito to
affix the stamps lo the documents is
not easy of interpretation because in
the drat place It provides for "s&lcs"
of stock and tho first question to bo
answered !s "what ia a sale?"
Tho decision 6ays: "It is a contract
an agreement a moeting of tho
minds of two or more persons found
ed upon a money consideration by
which thw absolute or general proper-
ty in the subject ot tho sale is trans-
ferred from tho seller to tho buyer."
''The transaction evidenced by tho
memorandum submitted" the docision
continues "Is not a 'sale nor a 'con-
tract of sale' nor an agreement of
"Nevertheless tho so-called 'Oall Is
itself a contract. Therefore as the
tho statute rcqulreB stamps to be af
fixed 'on all sales' or agreements to
sell' it would seem that these 'calls'
aro within its provisions.
"But in the caso of an agreement to
Bell using tho phrase with the tech-
nical accuracy there 1b no buyer no
seller and no sale. It would seem
therefore that tho 'agreement to
Gell' which congress had In mind was
a dlnTorcnt contract"
Paris March 0. Tho subscription
opened by Uenrl Itochofort to buy
Oronje's sword now amounts to more
than 3000 francs.
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HlffTlmont I"ort Wortli.
Tho Texas Cattle Raisers' asBocia"
tlon will hold its twenty-fourth an-
nual seGslon in this city on the 13th
and 14th inst. Tho association repre-
sents more invested capital than auj
commercial or industrial organization
in tho world. It is conservatively es-
timated that tho membership of the
association has property including
cattle and ranches valued at over two
hundred million dollars.
Tho citizens of Fort Worth havfo ar-
ranged different entertainments dur-
ing the convention. They will include
a ball which will bo given in a large
ball that will accommodate fifteen
hundred couples by the tho My6tic
Knights of Uovinla a Bocial order
which beam the Bame relation to the
livestock men that the '-Hoo lloos"
does to the lumber men. This ball
will be given ou Tuesday evening and
will bo followed by a "smoker" on
Arrangements are now being con-
summated lor a big parade on tho
night of tho 14b. It will bo pattern-
ed after tho Mardl Oras given at Now
Orleans and promises to bo tho most
brilliant procession. In addition to
these attractions tho different club
rooms of the city will bo open to the
visitors and they will be shown every
Tho ladles of tho city will arrange
entertainments for lady visitors.
A Fat Stock Show vyhlch no doubt
will be the most successful exhibition
of tho kind over given in this section
of tho country will bo hold on tho
18th 14th and 15th. Premiums will
aggregate something $gtv filx thous-
and dollars and already all available
space has been taken at the stock
yards where tho exhibition Ib to bo
held. The citizens of Fort Worth are
dotormlned that this exhibition shall
be tho b'ggcstof the kind ever held
and it la expecteu max. hub auracuou
alou will draw many people from the
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r Saturday evening Drs. Jas. U. and
yisunice is. nuinui entortainco av iueu-
hntun. lltn Oltlfilinma avnmifi. the med-
leal gentlemen and iholr families. Tho
reception vvus from 8 to 11 p. m. Prof
Stattou furnished the muslu which
whs cxoelletit Refreshments pre-
pared by Cutertr Rltzhaupt wera
riiose present vvaro Dr. L. n. Rux-
ton and wlfo of Oklahoma City Urs
R. V. Smith ruU wlf IB. O. Uarker
aud wlfu MoKecbr and wlfo Cotters!
and wife Oan trail and wife Sturgls
aoa W1I0. a u itusu and wlic. Mtov-
ens nml wUe Smith and wife Qjanc
l'li'Ht in aimiy Vnr.
Washington Mareh 0.-Jiron (Sev
ers of Tho Hague minister from tho
Netherlands to tho United States nr
rived yesterday. Flo'l&nd has had no
rprweUfttfvo hero for almost two
)vir. j '
i nruniowl vlHVtfo liablt cure make weai
vfvrufHwHt '. 60o. tl. All drwk'aSVf-
By Guthrie Lodgo No. 3. I. O. O. F.
Whereas It has seemed good to God
the almighty disposer of events to
tako from us by death our worthy
brother Paul Schoncr therefore be It
Resolved That his sudden removal
from our midst Is a seriouB Iosb to our
order the ccmmunlty his family and
leaves a vacancy and a shadow that 1b
deeply realizdd by tho members of this
We assure the departed brother's
wife and children that wo remember
them in their heavy affliction and ex-
tend to them our sincere sympathy.
Our sorrow is softened by the hope
that sometime there will bo n happy
reunion never ending.
Resolved That a copy of these reso-
lutions be spread upon tho records of
this lodge a copy bo presented to the
bereaved family and one to each of
tho city papers and to the Oklahoma
Odd Fellow for publication.
IV. 8. CoorBit )
II. A. nicmvio. Committee.
B. W. Pulse
Pletermaritzbsrg Morch 0 A force
rcconnoltoring north of Ladysmlth
since Thursday returned o Ladysmlth
last evening. Ono member of tho
Gordon Highlanders was killed and
Col. Pickford was woundod.
Columbia S. C March 0. Two
bands of a hundred armed men each
aro hunting for John WllBon coloredfl
who ia charged with attempting to as
Bault two whito girls. lie will b'e
lynched if caught.
Boii x eon
Wo have just received a large ship-
ment of tho eolebrated Paul Jones
whisker and wo will be delighted to
ave navo our customers call and try
leso celebrated goods no they aro
are ono of Old Kentucuy's unest pro-
ductions. Wo also wish to say for the
bqneflt of tho fancy drinkers In and
arbund liuthrlo that we will Borvo ov-
en our bar PaulJonea 4 RoaeB at 25ots.
pr drink. Wo aro now located at our
ow stand 105 vvrst Harrison avenue
nd would b clad to see you all
x IU'iimkoer & Co.
Phono No. 138.
Tliat 15 what you will want to to say when you
see 'those new patterns in in wall paper at
They are "Up to Now" in every respect price
quality and style.
If you contemplate papering in the near future
call "end let us make estimates on your work.
The newest things in books and the purest of
Drugs in stock.
Lillie & Co.
Drug Book & News Depot.
J. W. MoNEAL President!
A. J. SEAY Vice-President:
Guthrie National Bank.
Board of Directors JAME3 STKATTON JFRANK DALE
in addition to ofAcers of bank J. R. COTTIKOHAM.
W. J. HORSFALL Cashier.
Always Drink Pabst Brewing Co.'s
Celebrated Milwaukee... ' i
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PABS1 MALT EXTRACT
USb ONLY ICE MANUFACTURED BY
!PABSTJS ICE PLANT!
t PURE CRYSTAL ICE FROM CHEMICALLY PURE DISTILLED WATER
i Telephone 52. PAUL J UN DT Manager.
THE FAMILY LIQUOR STORE
WHI8KIES BY THE GALLON.
McBrayer ';-.. $3 50
Old Oscar Pepper 8 00
Bond& Lillard 10
Cuchenheimer Rye ?? fy OP'
Crystal Brook Rye .' '. .?.'.... .i . . . . . 4 Ott
SilverCreek .. 8 00
ther whiskies wines and brandies proportionately cheap
THE SAME OLD MOSES
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two uru OP TUB bodvisimpurb blood.
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Niblack, Leslie G. Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 80, Ed. 1, Tuesday, March 6, 1900, newspaper, March 6, 1900; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74780/m1/2/: accessed December 14, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.