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   Indian Sentinel (Newspaper) - November 17, 1898, Tahlequah, Oklahoma                                Iff I VOLUME INDIAN NOVEMBER NUMBER JEWS AND i Both Took Part in the Dedication cf a Washington1 An lilliireHNl ve Ceremony Which Tniiitht u Great IJCNMUII 1liv llrullierhooil JlHii er a Theory or Special Washington President us a member of participated in the nies incident to the Isiyinn of tliu cor ner stone of a Hebrew temple in this That temple has now and it it 11 edilice in which our Jltbrew ftllowcilizcns tiiUe great louring the dedicatory exercises the following letter was read My Duur Sir The very klml invitation to attend the dedicatoryexercises of Teni ple Uelh Klohlm lias been and 1 to express to ilrap regret thai public duties and will not of an I well remember the cere monies incident to laying of corner atone of the in which I the pleasure 6f Patriotic and luyal In war Its I continue to exert influence for good In this Assuring of your and with best wishes for the suc cess of the very sin cerely The grout republic of tlu United States of America is probably iheonly in I he civilized world whose head would write a letter so MI and earnest to any in cougre That race consti looked uponIn to come ris a monument to the libtral spirit of the re iiKious lioiiy we leel amply repaid lor our In I the hope that as the lrch i led uri of i his temple Is pieasuiK to tile the of titis luilieoryan the may thtse lolt help lit inspire the wursliipern therwin njoro lofty iljuiiKilitai and Religion and religions slionlil bo tiie means ol May the beauties of this new temple pnye sulli citntly attractive to till this auditorium an number of wor wUo by the innutnce of lliouijhts which may lie uttered from tills plallorin may fie maile bet which iiKuas nuljier and more perfect men aiui 1 he music furnished on this occa prepared under the direction Hi Jiorgo whu lias been the urgunisv of the Iclircw con IjMcyatiou for fully a cen The new organ with four man uals proved to be one ul the lines ever made by modern the 11101103 raised for the purpose of purchasliiy tins in strument was gathered tie by little her lie garded as one of the ablest musicians jof tins capital and that Tjaisxat the Invest organ his instrument md playing will take to the Hebrew temple him of musicloving Kabbi life work this congregation has bcen eminently satisfactory to his delivered a very eloquent After ev pressing Ins own gratification atthis of utiitcd he con cluded by And who tlirniiKl Gods mercy have been preserved to witnessthis may Indeed joyfully 1 was glad when they said umo me let jo Into the house of the AN OCTAGONAL I Stjli of Snveii Con alileralile Spixi imcl tlic Tli In if for but The in he ml ice tes Iiti social consid Beth Ko h coinplet with elab Jn r were the lead of not only other Many were also clerical and busiiuss Christian the assistant pastor of the pro benediction whieh dis the griul at the close ol I he Sabbath eve which fol lowed the Ibrmal dedicatory The dedicatory services were unusual impressive and and contin from four oclock until seven when the Sabbath eve exir rises were A feature of the occasion the which was ren dered by the regular choir of the by several under the direction of the new organ designed by him being used with nlagnifleent was a proud day for the pastor of the has presided over it for it was a not less proud day Tor the He brews of the capital city of the they that they have now a house of worship materially to the architectural beauty of the but contributes another beautiful house to those of that faith in the After the introduction and the siiig ing of an 1salnl was rendered by the nnd then followed1 a procession of scroll officers of the congrega building key bearers past presidents of the congrega Visr6el was next ren and then followed the delivery of the key of the temple to the chair man of the building committee by little Miss Kay assisted by Misses Sondheimer and The singing of by tho choir and congre gation was the last of the key from the hands of liis little pre sented the building to say ing After months of Inborloust ami often plexlnB work I feel proud in presenting to you the keys of this beautiful new tem and with It transfer to your keeping this with the construction of which you Intrusted my colleagues of the building committee and thy humble suit IS months It Is a wellknown historical fact that the culture and progress of n nation can best be judged by the character of lu of public With the limited meuius at our command we have tried to construct for you a buiimmc which U In keeping with the spirit of this progrunalva If we have succeeded In ahupjng Wood and Iron which fat not only satisfactory to at Uug but whleti may As Jewish citizens of our capital you have lonf felt the need sueh a And It is doubly to your credit that whn ought to have beeri at through the combined efforts of our coreligionists of the Stales you have despito seem inffly Insurmountable obstacles Ins so that this btauttful temple stands a rnonurrient tu liber and and by UH erection you have en riched the beauty of your lovely canltial a nionunient to your public and we UTB today to K Into our new place of us to our friends of Calvary to continue the pleasant relations hat have cxisltd Lrtlwein us for liC ncall with pleasure that their pasior at Mie corner stone Inylnsof this leiniile Invoked blessing upon us ami our undertak and that our while porarily without ol dur ing our groat a yiar ago enjoyed the hospUality of the Congregational whose spiritual representative we are giad to have with us to in the exercises of this inn Kraeefulspires of the Church ot Calvary and the great white lowers of this temple ilcdlinttd to the re ligion of pieriint siclt by Kide the sunkissed proclaini tocsjiilng gtn trations the great truth ot the faTTTeihgoU Vjf God wo adore gJfiriou9 messagi of huntTih brotherhood and exemplifying in silent beau tiful sentiment Behold how good and how pleasant It is for brethren to dwell to gether In unity Think of that It ib the utterance of h Hebrew rubjii a man of the saint race and the same religion as was Saul went about killing Christians until lie that yieat light at Is it not that the same great light which Haul saw lyis graduallybeen disseminating itself throughout the until to day our Hebrew friends apprehend and realizethat hearts they havo really accepted down by Him spake irsniyei spakei Certainly the spirit ol Christianity breathes forth in the ut terances of the Hebrew for he places and congregation in the same rcligious class with flip Bap tist and Congregational say ing Behold how good and how pleas ant it is for brethren to dwell together in And that Hebrew congregation rev erently arose and listened to the in vocation of a Christian who dismissed them with the words the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with us forever SMITH A what kep you nnd the olTnan had an He wanted mcto haul some wood into the did it end a druwed it Mo OvcUBlou for 1 must he that after we art married you will likely find me inclined to be ar bitrary dictiitoriiil In my No she 1 Wont the slightest attenliou to what you Urynjulf the Norwegian sculptor who tuade the eejuestrlun statue of lleruaiutte ut in The octagonal shape has been used nere a d hereabout the Country for barns and other and with generally satisfactory It somewhatstrange that with these few satisfactory ex amples before them our have not given more serious thought to of especially as an octagon prescnli no dillieuH proli leins in and lends itself Mliniralily to a very large of forstock andfor the illustration of thisi idea a cut nnd an an octagonal barn presented By this plan a large of space Is afforded for cattle MnMs while slill giving sipaee calf a box stall for cowfj and a grain ami implement In the ordinary barn the silo iiwist come of space thai might otherwise be for Here it occupiesthe center of the and is itself octagonal in style thtit highly commends itself to the since it does away with the OCTAGONAL objectionalbe corners that in rectan gular silos give SJQ much The being in the center of the ean be carried up as high as mly be and is niost conveniently situ nted witln reference feeding the In this is one of the points of the octagonal form for i ease with which the can In the plan the feed ilnor is lighted by a large window in by the light that is admitted in grsat behindthe The silo in the dairy barn is expected1 to supply a great part of tine bulky but some provision must be malic for the storing of hay and other The space over the stalls and entirely around the is given up to The hay is hauled ic at the main ddorway and carried about to its dest illation bya or it can be put from the outside through the windows that are shown under the Where the building is located upon sloping ground a cel lar for the storing of manure can lie The barn plan shown here is about 32 feet in The stalls could LNTKHIOR eouyiiTerably narrowerthan shown in the Twentylive sUills could thus be with a large two a boxstall and a all on the iirst shows a remarkable capacity for a building no larger than The facts are ly ought to command Ihe attention of dairymen who are planning to a barn this season for the economical housing of their FntGlouuloM in Tt has been estimatedthat a milk contains fat glo and that theynumber about in of the isa matter of eominon knowledge the of fat globules in cows milk varies with different cows and differ ent and it has been estimated that tlie diameterof tlie largest globules is times greater than the smallest the difference in vol ume being as 244 is to Tliesedetails are perhaps in connection with a matter which is of great prac tical htaismuch as it takes a longer i time 10 cream milk with small wtllasto churn the cream produced and the liquid is also to cream less perfectly thau milk with large Preventing of the Danish stale agricultural gives the foil lowing for preventing mites in cheese The floors anil shelving of the1 curing room are whitewashed several times until the mites are de The cheese tsfirst placed in a brine buth for 24 hours and then in the curing roomfor 14 during which time it is wiped After 14 it is thorough v serapfd aiul placed on and kept If u layer of slimy woUl should tvguin the cheese muit again be scraped anil SUIT THE A Tlinl Mnnj tliittr to IjCiirn llifiire They Can Slake One thing Should always be borne n mind by the person in making butter to The butler is else to eat and it is for interest to suit whether it just suits your taste or Habit has a great deal to do with our likes and You may been accustomed to creain but ter if you probably like that yon may have gut used to eating butter made from ver ripe and the butter not washed to expel the but causing it to have avery de cided flavor and and sc you look upon delicatefloored butter as you may like little or no or high saltirg light color or high lint all this is of little con U is no Yoii want to make it to suit your cus you want your customers to be are ible and willing to pay ft good price for what suits If the customer wants it if make U so if he desires it high snltenV stilt1 anilso Always make it the same for the customers They are pet tingstastes formed which you cMninake profiutble to It is not the province of the maker of dairy butter to try and educate tastesof tho people who buy to cater to Ulieir tastes when he mils out lliev If one is making bnt ter to iut mi the geiicrarmafkult he wants to make what the de mands will pay the best price The way to learn the market dei maud is to have the butter inspected bv an expert judge who is a dealer and wlial lakes best in the Ask him toeiitjeiso it and tell you just he thinks of it and do not get hat he tells but try and profit by what The object of article is to help farmers to make such butter ns the bestpaying custom ers in lie general market Irairie AN EFFECTIVE in CoiifroJ Utinilj COTVS or IIorncN Hcnorllnn to AbMOlnte It is at all liuninnc and never ul visable to put hop ples and other conslrictions lireupon cows and horses that are 1o They fret and growth is impaired and milkproduction not to men tion that their are oflrn cncian hat a rcstrictor be used like the one represented iii the TO CONTROL UNRULY It is quite simple of con First arrange a light piece of rope upon the animals head a then pnss between the animals forelegs and around the just back ofthe making it Ilnve the connecting rope just longenough so Unit the animal can raise its head to a natural and no and it will be sure to stay in the lot and at the same time suffer no torture further than its possible desire to get out for in order to jump over a an animal must raise ils head above normal nnd it cannot uo when thus To prevent the foreleg from the rope while the animal is is a wise pitcaution to have it held close to the breast by a light cord passing around the neck as Of the ropf will stretch little by little with and accordingly all slack should be promptly taken in Oh in THE COW AT II SliK IIiiH Iltin Well Cured For Sho Sliould Then He nt Her Very Many darrymeu and others who milk profit believe that when a cow reaches the age of seven orcight her usefi years are and that she should he replaced by one says a writer in the New York Trib things this is a A that has been well ciircd with ra tions and proper given to her all seasons of the year is better and willmake a more profitable years old than lit an earlier in other she is in her and she will continue in this condition several years will not he considered an old cow until 14 or 15 u Cows with first two or three DC rally un profitable in their milk and a really yool cow between seven and old will pay nuo than two that arO performing their first years duties in the dairy hcrdi niul she will probably consume but a little more than one of the younger This fact is worthy of the consideration of tliosu who are dairying for ThU True Outdoor to peoples Nothing stiniiifatcs it iiiore than good to MMcadutu Contiiiunl hard rolling of each nm it laid i a secret of gocxl mac ntlaw THE WORLD AT Sutomary of the pally Nowa WASIIIMITOV PoSTMAHTIMi has is Mied an order admitting private mail ing authorized by the act of May the foreign mails at nc cent postage each for Canada and and two cuntselich for nil oth r postal union have at last moved formally to protect their estsinCuba and 1orto Through the French embassy a meist tormida blc statement has been presented to the state departmental being an account of the Spaiir ish bonds owned by French chargeable against tjic either or set free act ol the United States government TIIK president called a meeting ol the cabinet on the The session presumably was to discuss the news from Iuris and the situation in INDIAN INSVUCTOU re ported to Uliss that then was no foundation for the reported un easiness in tlic Kiowa Okla dispatch stated that whatever may be the view of Europe in regard to the significance of the elec tions in the United set purpose of IresidentMcKiuley tocon tinue to press his demand for tho ces sion ofthe to the United and will hot be frightened withdrawing his de mands by any representation that combined Europe might Tun fourth assistant postmaster gen eral on the 10th made his report of the work of his bureau for the flsca ended June It contains much general information to those inter cited in postal THE joint high commission appointed to conferon questions at isfeue between this country and the Dominion met at AYaaliingUm on the It was believed that their busi ness would soon be concluded and that a formal covering all the points decided with regard to closer relations between Canada and the United States will TIIKreport com manding the United States was made public on the It treats ol ihq late quotes all the official dis patches generalizes upon there suits and makes many recommenda tions for the improvement of the mili tary There is an entire ab sence of any direct made his annual report to secretary of war on the It contained much of a statis tical nature about army of the United including the regular and volunteer 1AYMASTKIt SlKWAKT made liis annual report to the secretary ol the navy of the important part the pay department of the navy played in the in besides the dfsburse ment of it vvas charged with the procurement of all supplies for the In the matter of clothing the department had to in haste garments to meet tlic needs of the naval militia TIIK interior department has pre pared the rules and regulations to carry the Curtis bill into effect in gov erning mineral collection and disbursementof revenues and super vision of schools in the Indian terri A WASHINGTON special to the New Herald stated United States of is to Mticceed Secretary Hay as ambassador to Great liritain and that Iinfrrec will appoint Secretary of War Alger to fill place as Tun navy department has decided that a court ofinquiryshall be held to determine abandonment nf the Maiia Teresa at sea and if not who was iKNKKAL NKWS1 DlsiATCH fi9in stated that fishermen from Green island said that a small schooner went down in the south passage during a six men and a woman were The vessel was supposed to have been a coal or stone coaster from Detroit or to the German was unveiled in Louis on the Turner and German posts and others iii the A iiiiE which started in the town hall at destroyed three blocks of A CONTKST will probably result as to whether or not the proposition to adopt voting machines in Cuyahoga curried at the recent There were more votes east in favor of the machine than were east against tlic prbpositiont but voters failed to vote on the TICK Chinese consul at Kriincisco convinced thut at least Mongo lians were drowned in tiie forward cabin of the wrecked river steamer which was ou the muiltluts of Several of the Chliiunien were known to eonsiil An effort will be mudc to recover tho Creek returns were all in on tho IQth and showed that treaty hivd the council buingin session at I Chief Ishparhech threatened to in the Creuk nation tho UiUiU the iKOplo who THE Princeton Tigerswon inter by a score of 0 to ngainst Vale N onthe A MASKKD mob at took out of jail a colored democratic i stump iSneaker had been im prisoned on chargeof obtaining moneyby false severe ly bent JKIVATB and Corporal of the Tenth were killed by Ilorso a negro at Ar a meeting of about fiOO of the niost prominent colored of Louis resolutions wore passed for a committee to an address to Presi dent calling his attention to the defenseless condition of itotored who arc tho states in which they live to itll forms of ami asking him to inter vene in behalf of humanity and good Tbe petition will bo circnhitcd throughout the United States for the purposivof scouring sig natures and cooperation of the col ored citizens of the entire assistant niastcr suddenly tit Governqrs on the He was born on TIIK Lotlis fair grounds sold to the Vinciex Really company for TIIK London in an editorial on tiie on HlspanoAraerican stated that no power will attempt to the the ailding that their loss bo great to who had practically lost the entire archipelago before tho United States Jack Nickles shot and killed both his wife and his with a Winches Afterwards ho removed his shoe from the right foot arid with his toes discharged his rifle at killing himself almost IN a fire at the Idaho hotel at Wal the night clerk and a waiter were suffocated to A TKAlN on the Lehigh Valley road crashed into another train going the opposite way on the same be tween Newport and and five trainmen were killed and four others badly of the trains hud orders to take a but the breaks refused to workand the engineer lost control of the The passengers wcru badly shaken WIIKCKEUS who arrived at on the Ith with them storesfrom thu stranded vessel off Cat island which1 established beyond doubt that die is the Infanta Maria As the vessel is looked upon as being a the wreckers claimeri the right to soixe stores which can The vessel liej between two Ott smooth Vim in the general store of Stearns at was fol lowed a terrific which blew out the sides of killing four men And injuring over u TIIK Pueblo Chieftain on the llth contains n lengthy protest against being required to remain longer in the service at Manila signed by 48 of the Colorado The protest said that since landing the men had not eaten a de cent meal unless 1hey paid for it out of their own cash and that had the Spanish forces remained in their trenches on August they would have had little trouble in defeating tlie at tacking utterly exhausted were the men from duty and weakened from EKIIIT negroes were killed and three white men wounded on the 10th in the riots tit A commit white had ordered the negro publisher cf the Record to leave because he had printed an editorialdcfamatory of white women proceeded in a and demolished the printing plant burned down the All the colored munici pal ollicers were made to resign and white men were selected to fill their A Kiurc was discovered in tho build ing in Money Grove occupied by Hlocker t mcrchandise spread rapidly and the entire north side of the square went up in It was estimated the total loss by the fire was xvith insurance covering about half that it had made representations to nil the European excepting Great American rule over tba Philippines It wasreported at Home that the Italian government was re quested to join in presenting a note to United Status regarding the con trol of the No informa tion has been given as to the exact tenor of the proposed but it was generally understood that it would be a request for leniency toward with perhaps an implied thucat of iu INDICATIONS strongly pointed oti the llth to a settlement between the striking miners and the Virden Edward Call presi dent of the miners for Chicago in response to a telegrHih from president of the coul Tin National at on the The convention wiis formally called to or der by acting presi The annual report of the treas Helen showed receipts of and expenditures of thii balance on being annual banquet of tlie loud mayor of took place at the Guild hall OH the In responding to the toust of llvr1 Majestys Minis ters the of Salisbury men aimiiij other the ap pearance tho UnitedStates as a mighty force among and ho wasin sympathy with tho Amiricaii it was a event and would mH conduce to although li dnoo to tho iiitoreit of 1 rent The iuitiuual ehapUr of tlie InUuil Huughleis afHuCoiifodevmy met la ttiuvual session ia Hat on Uth persons werp burned to death in a fire at TIIK Eighth cavalry sailed from Sa for Cuba on CrEN chief of the bureau of has made his an nuiil report to the secretary of It shows that there was expended by liis department during the fiscal year ended June A siioOTiNO affray occurred in the Trilby mine at whicli Superintendent Murphy was mortally a man named Hruner killed and two others wounded The trouble was oror boundary linos of AN1 incendiary burned four blocks at A MOVKMESTIS on foot among prom inent army officers who took part in tho recent war witfy Spain to havo President McKinlqy appoint a strictly military board to rnjvlco a history rec ord of tho war for the war department and to discover any mistakes BO that they can to prevented in the A Louts firm secured a govern contract 000 hospital TJTK barffe 104t owned by the American Steel Barge parted her tow line in Cleve land harbor during a gale and at once drifted against the west bVeak All attempts to get a line to her from the tiSgs were in vain after pounding against the breakwater for Several She finally went to the Six composing crew of the were rescued by tho lifesaving crew with much HUNDHKDS of were reported sick and many cattle have died through drinking the from the Roaring Pork which has been poisonous through the concentrators tit in which zinc ores are dumping the tailings into the Ranchers are taking steps to stop the polutionof the overturned kettle of groass caught in the Great Western tin plate companys mill on 10th and owing to the hurricane blowing the plant was in ashes in The mill employed 275 skilled THE kaiser will visit Spain on his torn from THE transport Newport sailed on the 8th from San Francisco for the Philip Among the troops to go was the Twentieth Kansas AT Rehobeth five negroes laid dead on the IQth along the another was killed the previous day and four others were thought to dead in the One white mam was three others were dying and several more were Ifc caused by on election day in which two white men were Tint steamer on the brought advices from Honolulu to Francisco that sickness among the sol diers in camp there was Typhoid fever was the mill tary hospital was crowded and nursing force was entirely inadequate to the demands made upon TIIIC worlds tenshot pistol record was broken in Philadelphia on by of the Massachusetts Ui fie lie made the limit score of 100 and placed ten shots within S inches of the eye at 52X previous rec which has stood since was by of quiet reigned at Wil the biit amove meut was begun by the new white municipal to rid the town oi turbulent negro leaders and several were taken to the trains and sen t away with instructions not to AuTiiun a young man of Jef ferson was accidentally shot and lulled at while duok hunting wjth a party of In hedge and draw his gun after him it was dis the entire charge lodging in his His companions hastened tc but he called one by name and guess Im and A to Miles was given at the WaldorfAstoria New on the night of the naval and business men were present to tlic mimberof Miles spoke of recent war with LAKK by a north east was tearing great holes in the sea wall and the paved beach along the lake front at Chicago on the The Lincoln park commissioners had repaired the damage of the storm of October but the action of the waves undermined the outer driveway jn Lin coln after displacing the heavy granite blocks which the beacii was THK whaling steamer Thrasher ar rived at San Francisco from the with a big She had the luclt that has followed most of arrived whalers and stored away ia her hold pounds of a was sen tenced at to be hanged December J3 for the murder ol Wilbur K in thaVcity lirown is a native of Jefferson K night operator at the depot for the Iron Mouiituiu railroad at Little dangerously wounded Day and killed He had a quarrel about vacating his apartment THK iwomasted loaded with Christmas was wrecked on thu beach at on tlie IOth and crew of about llVc were supposed to havo with cottou valued at uud the SeiuinoU nation school valued at burned at of tire TDK correspondent of London Daily Mail stated that a Ucl gian under the of King of haul of fered to lease the Philippines payin Spanish paying large A i of J Urowen entuiiRltsd tbu KtUkttbwA runaway ttnd if   

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