Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 14, Ed. 1, Friday, June 15, 1900 Page: 4 of 8
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second class mail matter.
Official Paper of Oklahoma Territory
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X. O. NII1LACIC Killtor and Mmiitgor.
Ofilctal Groan of Oklahoma Democracy.
FRIDAY JUNE 15 1000.
IN tho meantime
the city icmains
Somk one should commence at once
making boxes for the Boxers. There
will be a demand for them in a few
Tiikhe seems to bo much friction on
the school board. In the mix-up the
schools have lost Prof and Mrs. G. W.
Stevens than whom no better teach-
ers have served in the local schools.
There are knockers among echool
instructors also. The turning down
of Prof. Stevens and wife added ma-
terially to the faculty of the Agricul-
tural and Mechanical college.
There will be very little contesting
among Oklahoma delegates to Kansas
City. The national committee which
will have supervision of contests will
give no heed to bolters and the dele-
gates selected by the El Reno conven-
tion will be seated with full vote.
The Kansas City Star has several
columns of good matter concerning
the big wheat crop of Oklahoma and
embellishes the stories with pictures
of'th'e famous Miller wheat farm in
Kay county. This is good stuff for
Oklahoma and the sort of advertising
At the present writing it looks like
Two eminent Parisian physicians
have jast indulged in a duel. Why re-
sort to the rapier? Couldn't the affair
have been arranged some other way?
Suppose each mixed a lot of nauseous
decoctions for the other the one who
shirked his dose being declared the
loeer? Or why not have an expert
accountant to go over the books of the
disputants the point at issue to be de-
cided in favor of the one who had lost
the lesser number of patients in a
given time whole number of cases at-
tended and fees received to count a6
G VKHRILLA WAltFdltE.
Even the defenders of President Mc
Kinley's war in the Philippines are
forced to admit that the prospect of
purifying tho natives is exceedingly
vague. As has been claimed in these
columns 6ince the war began the
story of governmental warfare with
the Indians in the United States is to
be repeated in the Philippines. Tei
years is the limit now set for the end-
ing of the war by tho administration
defenders. But ten years will not see
the end of guerrilla warfare in the
islands "assimilated" byPresldent Mc-
Kinley. The conflict will last until
the natives are practically extermin-
ated. This conclusion is made evident by
tho testimony of General MacArthur
himself who says:
"We have already given tho rebels
a harder thrashing in a few weeks
than Spain ever did in years. Tne re-
bellion isn't crushed though. Sj far
Yfj have fought only tho TagaloE I
have tried to get information from
inem: nave iriea to ennst rename
scouts ana spies among tncm. it is
an utter impossibility to do s-3. Every
last one of these fellows is heart and
soul with the insurgent movement.
Even those who can't be driven to
take up arms against us remain stead-
fast to the hopes of their tribe. The
women and children are as inscrutably
loyal to their 'cause' as if their lives
depended upon it. Bribes are in vain
efetjwhen coupled with the most
ample promises of protection. No
.ptyfrmffesjl. :we have enough evidence
Are prepared from Na-
hire's mild laxatives m and
while gentle are reliable
and efficient. They
Cure Sick Headache Bil-
iousness Suui Stomach
and Constipation. Sold
everywhere 25c. per box
Prepared by C.I.noodCo.Luwellyass
against one of the Tagalos to war-
rant a court-martial in condemning
him to death it won't serve as a scare
to make these people tell us anything
And of course we can't proceed to do
any harsh or unfair means: it isn't the
No the Ame-ican way will have lo
be the maintenance of a force of 100-
000 soldiers in the Philippines and an
expense- if more than 8100000000 a
year for a period of time indefinite in
extent and tv guerrilla warfare result-
ing in death and disease to the Amer-
can cit'zens employed as soldiers by
the government. The Philipp'ne war
is a stupendous blunder and President
McKinley should lose his seat for com-
Summer Tourist Kates to Colorado.
Summer tourist tickets to Denver
Colorado Springs and Pueblo will be
placed on sale June 1st and sold daily
up to and including September 15th.
1900 with final return limit of October
31st 1900. Stop overs will be allowed
on going trip after reaching the first
Colorado common point. The return
trip must be an absolutely continuous
passage commencing on the date of
exetution by the joint agent.
A. J. Corkins Agent.
The Ohio Miller saloon case from
Mulball is being heard by the county
commissioners. It is a protested peti
tion case by the Anti-Saloon League. I
The Kiowa and Comanche Opening
Affords a.great opportunity to se-
cure a fine farm a valuable town lot
or a rich mineral claim. The new ed-
ition of Morgan's Manual nearly 200
pages will contain the act of con-
gress opening this reservation. A
complete guide for settlers; valuable
to lawyers Soon ready for delivery.
Single copy SI; S8 per doz; S4.50 per
half dozen. All who purchase before
July 15 will be presented with a fine
sectional map of the country. Ad-
dress Dick T. Morgan Land Attorney
Perrv O. T.
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It furnishes more at the price than
anj' other newspaper published in
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of few dailies. Its reports from the
Boer war have not been excelled in
thoroughness and promptness and
with the presidential campaign now
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.Second Annual Reunion Roosevelt Rough
Hitlers Oklahoma City July 4.
For the above occasion we will Bell
tickets to Oklahoma City at the rate of
one fare for the round trip tickets on
.sale Jtne 30 to July 4. inclusive good
to return leaving Oklahoma City July
4. Special train service notice later.
A. J. Corkins agent.
National Holiday July t
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raised Ily Oklahoma ConUtory Touch-
lute Tlioo Tuklnj; 1'iirt In Cuntoeitttou
At the regular business meeting of
Oklahoma Consistory No. 1 Scottish
Rite Masons held at tho temple yes-
terday the following resolutions were
Resolved that the hearty thanks of
the Oklahoma bodies of tne Ancient
and Accepted Scottish Rlto Masons bo
and they hereoy are tendnrcd to
Brother Chas. E. Rosenbaurn 33 lion.
Deputy of the supreme council for Ar-
kausas for his kindness in coming to
our valley and exemplifying the 32s
for our benefit and instruction
on the occasion of the dedi
catory reunion of our temple. We
desire to assure Brother Rosenbaurn
that if full appreciation of his zeal
ability and grand conception of the
crowning degree of our beloved Rite
and high admiration for his splendid
earnest and impreBslvo work are 10
him any reward for his sacrifice of
time and effort that he ihas it in full
fruition liis name hi6 kindly smile
his general presence is imprinted on
each of our hearts and a page of our
tablets shal be devoted to the record
of his visit. Our reunion held as it
was under ?. vast accumulation of dif-
ficulties could not have been the grand
success it wa- but for his timely as-
sistance based as it was on his ma-
tured experience in working the de-
grees of the Rite. May his visit be re-
peated as oiten as our reunions are
held is the earnest and sincere hope
of each brother of this valley.
Resolved that we heartily appreciate
the kindship and fraternal courtesy
which prompted the visit to the dedi-
catory reunion of the A. and A. S. R.
temple of our illustrious brethren of
Wichita consistory: Henry Wallen-
stine 33 degree; Fred Stuckey 33 de-
gree; J Gi'ei Smith 33 degree; Delor
ery 32 degree; Ellsworth 32 degree.
Their generous assistance in the work
their flattering words of encourage-
ment and appreciation of cur efforts
and their unfeigned satisfaction and
joy in our success will ever romaln
among the most pleasant memories of
the occasion. May no reunion of our
bodies pass without their presence
and of that of their fellows of Wichita.
Resolved That to Prof. Schubert in
conceiving and to the citizens of Guth-
rie and elsewhere in carrying out the
project of presenting the Masonic
bodies of Oklahoma with a grand or-
gan our gratitude is due and our cor-
dial thank6 hereby expressed.
Resolved. That to our brothers who
reside at Oklahoma City and Hennes-
sey who so admirably took charge of
and worktd the 10th and 30th degrees
we owe an expression of admiration
and commendation for their wonderful
work They have indeed placed the
banner of success so far up on the
mountain side that he who seeks to
carry it higher will find no easy tBS
Resolved That the thanks of the
Oklahoma bodies of the A. and A. S.
R are due and are hereby tendered to
Brother Charles C. Kneisly 33rd deg.
of the jurisdiction of Iowa for the
beautiful and impressive manner in
which he exemplified the fourteenth
degree. We beg to assure him of our
high appreQia'ion of his worth and
work as a man and a Mason.
Resolved That no words will ade-
quately express our sense of obliga-
tion to Brother Bestor G. Brown 32nd
deg whese brain conceived and to
his firm the Armstroug Manufactur-
ing Company of Chicago whoso faith
in our zeal ability and intecrritv en
abled us to realize and potsess our
wonderful Scottish Rite plant which
is indeed beyond our most sanguine
dreams in Its completeness effective-
ness and beauty.
Resolved That the thanks of the
Scottish Rite bodies of Oklahoma are
due and are hereby tendered to Bro.
Edmnnd H. Doyle 33 Hon. Deputy of
the Supreme Council for Indian Terri-
tory for his kindness and courtesy in
waiving jurisdiction for the several
brethren who desired to take the de-
grees from us and we assure him that
his presence at our dedicatory reunion
will ever remain among our most
pleasant recollections of that occasion.
Resolved That the thanks of the
Scottish Rite bodies of Oklahoma be
and are hereby tendered to Bro. Bus-
by 33 for his munificent present of a
carlotd of coal for the use of our tem-
p e and we vary much r gret that he
was unable to remain and put his feet
under our table partake of our cheer
and hear the complimentary things
our brethrpn said of him.
Resolved That the thanks of this
consistory are due and are hereby ten-
dered to tho ladies and gentlemen who
furnished tho music for the reunion at
the dedication of our A. &A.S. R.
We desire to assure them that but
for the beautiful and impressive work
which they did our meeting could not
have been tho great success that it
Do not fall to attend the concert and
sham battle by tho little folks at the
First Baptist church Friday evening
June 15tb. Come one coma all and
help them. Admission 10 cents. The
proceeds go for the benefit of the new
If you are troubled with that most
uncomfortable disease called piles
don't neglect it; don't let the complaint
get a firm hold. Every day the disease
is neglected it growB worse. Commence
at once to as TABLER'S BUCKEYE
PILE OINTMENT The relief is im-
mediate and cure infallible. Price 50c
in bottles; tubes 75c. For eale by F. B.
Lillie & Co) and Wbeeler& Son.
Tne Filipinos are reoe's. you see
They've rebelled agaliHt McKinley and Me
And they think they can wield the power
That belongs to Me McKinley and God
Who ever gave them the power to rule
Themselves or any other people The fools'
Well plant the halt of thein beneath the
And rule tbo rest Mc McKlnlay and Ood.
We bought the right to mlc them ofypaln
Though Spain never had any right to reign.
We'll teach them the power tftere la In the
And decree of Me Mclvlnloy and Ood.
What fools tticy are to think they can fight
Such a combination of nower and might
And run through water and mud. and plod
To cscaje from Me McKl.iley and God.
They ought to know the power of combines
And trusts and owners of land and mines:
They ought to know that I am shod
AVith power Me McKinley and God.
I bought McKinley three years ago
And paid for him too. as all men know;
And Mac Is mine though It may seem odd.
The Great Combination Me McKlnly & God
we rob folks legally we make the laws:
Then we rob all the neonle because
The people can't kick and prick and prod
At the greatest of trusts Me McKinley a
If a man robs a train we send him to the
To get out again Heavens knows when:
Iiut we rob the whole people of millions and
To rob the Filipinos too Meln Gott!
J. G. Malcom.
THE CAITKKY CASH.
Judge Keaton is Fighting it on Another
The famous tax case in which Okla-
homa county is interested is not dead
by any means. The papers for com-
mencing a new suit are now being pre-
pared and will be presented at the first
Bession of the district court. The new
case will be in the form of a petition
for an injunction directed against
Clerk Caffery and Treasurer Alexan-
der praying that they be restrained
from collecting the taxes of the levy
of 1898. One of the grounds for this
will be that the levy was illegal from
the fact that the territorial board
raised the total assessment.
In the new case Judge Keaton rep-
resents taxpayers who have directly
employed him and who pay taxes to
the amount of over 55000. The reason
for this is that the supreme court re-
fused to decide the case on its merits
beciuse there were not parties at issue
to the amount of this sum in the for-
One of the other counties in the ter-
ritory has succeeded in getting to the
supreme court w'th a case similar to
the one that Judge Keaton took there
and a decision is expected in that case
in October which if decided on its
merits will settle the controversy.
The amount in question in that case is
only aboutS2000and it may be thrown
out as the Oklahoma county case was.
O. C Times-Journal.
WA"T Til Hill DUE
Cheyeniics Call on Goiernor Harnes "With
Chief Washee and sub-chief Knifcht
Cheyennes from the Cheyenne and
Arapahoe resorvation were callers up-
on Governor Barnes this week. They
explained to the executive that about
a year ago the Cheyennes and Arapa-
hoes and the Kiowas and Comanches
held a great conference at which their
rusty hatchet was buried with pomp
and ceremony and a pipe of peace wac
smoked. At the conference said
Washeee the Kiowas and Comanches
promised their brethren of the other
tribes that when the Kiowa and Cu-
manche country should be opened to
settlement they should give an allot-
ment to every Cheyenne and Arapa-
hoe child under the age of 7 years.
Washee and Knight had heard that
the Kiowa and Comanche country wa6
soon to be opened and they made the
journey to Guthrie to petition the gov-
ernor to assist them in compelling the
Indians of that rebervation to fulfill
their promise. The governor consid-
ered this kind of business a little out
of his line but gave them a letter of
introduction to Col. James F. Randlett
the agent of the Kiowas and Coman-
ches who he said cou d help them if
any pale-face could.
BETTER TIL xN EVEK.
The big clubbing offc:r of the
Weekly Leader is catching on
in great shape. The people
know7 a good tbing -when they
see it and they are not allowing
the big offer to escape unnotic-
ed. The Leader by special ar-
rangements with the Times
management enabled us to make
the big offer still better.
Instead of the Weekly Times
we give the twice-a-week Times
with club offer.
The whole thing for only $1.
This gives the new subscriber
or the subscriber who pays up
arrearages four metropolitan
papers and two farm papers to
saynothidgof the Atlas and
One Republican andr. three
This is open to all. Persons
al-eady subscribers can get the
big offer by paying up back
MOllli ASSHSSIUHN'TS llKl'OHTJIU.
Tho Counties of Garfield CiiHtor ailrt
Washita Fllo Koturnn.
The ossossment returns from these
counties have been filed with the audi-
tor. Garfield county Horses 12 775 in
number at $14.52.
Mules 2.281 at $11.13.
Cattle 27701 at 11.13.
Sheep 1021. at $1.10.
Swine 12288 at $2.28.
Improved lauds.75970 acres at$4 2S
Unimproved lands 04001 aeics ot-
Total value of taxable property
Custer county Horses 8873 at 514;
mules 1087 at S20: cattle 30170 at $13.
sheep 312 at St; swine 10.257 at $2; im-
proved lands 10007 acres at $3 82;
total value os taxaole property $1320-
0r2. Washita county Horses 10 071 at
Sll S5; mules 2492 at SIS 15; cattle.
32.058 at S13.08; sheep 2s3 at Sl.SG;
wine 10310 at $1.7f; improved lands
31000 acres at $2.27; total value tax:
able property $1051078.
If the stomach performs its unctions
actively and regularly the food of
which it is the receptacle is transform!
ed into blood of a nourishing quality
which furnishes vigor and warmth to
the whole body. HERBINE gives tone
to the stomach and promotes digestion
and assimilation. Price 50c. For sale
by F. B. Lillie & Co. and Wheeler &
Summer Excursions to Colorado and Utalr
Summer excursion tickets will be
sold to Denver Colorado Springs Pne-
blo Glenwood springs Salt Lake City
and Ogden at rate of one first clas
standard fare plus $2 for the round
trip. Tickets will be on sale on the
following dates: Juno 21 July 7 8 9
10 and 18 and August 2 with final re
turn limit of October 31 1900.
On going trip tickets will be con-
tinuous passage up to the first Colo-
rado common point where 6topovers
are allowed for thirty days. Return
ticket continuous passage. A. J. Cor-
To the ladies of Guthrie: Our line
of wall paper for this season's busi
ness is now complete. You can see
samples at the book store in the
Dewey block or at our drug store you
are invited to call and see the samples
whether you wish to purchase or not.
B. P. Lillie & Co.
Two trains daily on tnu Choctaw be
tween Howe and El Reno. See agent
First published in Daily Leader.June 121000
To Whom it May Concern-
Notice is hereby given that Tom Daniel
has this day filed his petition to sell
at retail spirituous vinous and malt liquors
in Guthrie Proper.lot 9 blk 5t5 Logan county
Oklahoma Territory and that.unless objec-
tions be Hied on .r before the 20th day of
June-A. D.. 1900 said petition will be granted
Guthrie Okla. June 12 1900
Ii P. MORTON'. Countv Clerk.
H. F.GARRETT Deputv.
First Published in the Daily
Leader June 9
To Wnoin It May Concern-
Notice is hereby given that R.S. Reaves
has this dav filed his petition to sell at
retail spiritous vinoug aud malt liquors
in Guthrie Proper lots 10 11. 12 block 55Lo-
gan county. Oklahoma and that unless ob-
jection bellied on or befone the 23rd day of
June A. D. JJ1900 said petition Iwlll be
granted. R. P. Mohton County. Clerk.
Uy Ii F. GARRETT Deputy.
Guthrie. Okla.. June 9 1900.
First published in Dally Leader June 91900
To whom It may concern:
Notice is hereby given that Hamilton &Co
have this day tiled their petition to sell at
retail spirituous vinous and malt liquors
In Guthrie Proper lot Mx inHlock57
Logan county Oklahoma and that un-
less objection be filed on or be-
fore the 23rd day of June A. D 1900 said
petition will be granted.
Guthrie Oklahoma June 9. 1900.
R. V. Mokton Countv Clerk
By H. F. Garrett Deputy.
(First published in Daily Leader June 2
Notice of Change of Voting Place and
Change of Election Preclnrts.
No-Ice Is hereby given that the election
precincts formerly known as North Mnlhall
and South Mulhall have been consolidated
into one precinct. '1 he boundaries ot the
new precinct are the same as the bounda-
ries of North Mulhall aud South Mulhall
consolidated: the effect of the order being
to consolidate the said two precincts. The
voting plaees for the new precinct of Mul-
hall are ilxed at the school house in the
Town of Mulhall'
R. P Mohton clerk.
(SEAL) O. P. Coopi'ii
Chairman of Hoard of County Commis-
sioners of Logan County Okla
Has the best
single and double
in the city;
The only traps
His boarders get
the best care
and the best feed.
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