The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 188, Ed. 1 Monday, May 13, 1901 Page: 1 of 4
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VINITA IND. TER. MONDAY EVENING. MAY 13 1901.
PRICE IOc WEEK
VOL. 3 NO. 188
The May Term Fortte North-
ern District Convened
Judge Gill Returned Today From
The Bedside of Ilia Sick
Mother But Commenced at
Once His Judicial Duties Ad-
ditional Talesmen Summoned.
' The May term ol Fedeial court
for the Northern District convened
today with Judge Gill presiding.
Charles A. Davidson served as
court clerk; Mi'ke Gabbert crier;
Wm. Coverdale bailiff and Hen.
ry White bailiff to the grand jury.
The grand jury was impanelled
consisting of the following named
gentlemen Mr. Victor being fore-
man: S. G. Victor ATtoii I. T.
It. J. LuikIu .Sr. Needmore.
T. J. Monroe A fion.
Sam Nidiffer Fairland.
John Chandler Vinita.
Arthur Chamberlain Vinita.
Anderson Keen CnfTcyville Ivan.
Sain McSpadden Chelsea.
B. V. Woodall Dewey.
J. C. Menifee Sapulpa.
Charles Crane Bristow.
Jess Huffman Tulsa.
Joe Huchanan Kansas I. T.
E. J. Goldsborough Sapulpa.
J. W. Cherry Red Fork.
Judge Gill although havingjjuet
arrived from4 the bedside of his
eick mother in Illinois charged
the grand jury to investigate all
charges thoroughly. He explained
to them their duty and elaborately
expatiated on the reasons why of-
fenders against the law should be
The trial of petit jurors drawn
Thomas Ilallard Afton.
W. T. Davis Ketchuiu.
B. S. Landnim Klaus.
0. W. Williams Afton. (
George Vanh Lenapah.
Ed. Mdiller Afton.
Henry Sutton Grove.
Ken Hilclerbrand Vinita.
Win. Baker Vinita.
John Kelson Uuby.
Jesse Drew Vinita.
Oliver Coverdale Chaffie.
B. S. Faught Sapulpa.
John Butler 1.5 1 j; Cabin.
Bud Landrum Vinita.
Joe Mukrat Afion.
Joseph Thompson Sapulpa.
David Burton Censville.
Louis Brown Vinita.
Henry Ballard Vinita.
The marshal was instructed to
summon 17 talesmen to complete
the panel and to present them in
court at 1:30 o'clock to which time
court took a recess.
The special talesmen to qualify
as petit jurors to complete the
panel to 37 were: David Mere-
dith John Uoss J. T. Stone Wal-
ter Bell John Tolbert Jess Bond
J. E. Glenn Wm. Epperson
Arthur Hawkins U. D. Blackwell
Joe Walker C. M. Lauchner
Homer Trott Mont. Cunningham
Claude ClaUKson E. B. Neville
and Wash Lynch.
The largest assortment of riming
chair evi r brought t i the Cherokee
tiati.m can 10-0 by calling en Sato
II. 1 !''? Si Co.
Ewtenprlslng Merchants Enter the
Today Messrs Wallen & Wilson
opened their new utore in the
Chandler building on South Wil-
son street. The gentlemen mo
enterprising merchants from Cass-
ville Mo. and intend to remain
permanently in Vinita. They in-
tend to command a share of the
patronage by offering good goods
at. close margins of profit. The
new store will carry select lines of
staple and fancy groceries and dry
Tot Causes Night Alarm.
"One night my brother's baby was
taken with croup" writes Mrs. J. C.
Snider of Crittenden Ky. "it seemed
it would strange before we could get
a doctor so we gave it Dr. King's
New Discovery which gave quick re-
lief and permanently cured it. We
always keep it In the house to protect
our children from crop and whooping
couth. It cured me of a chronic
bronchial trouble that no other rem-
edy would relieve." lnfalible for
coughs colds throat and lung
troubles. 50c and 1. Trial bottles
free at People's and A. W. Foreman's
Drug stores. d-w
DYNAMITED A SAFE.
Thieves Blew Open the Strong Box
at Afton Depot but Got No Cash.
Fridey night the depot safe at
Afion blown open with dyna.
mite. The explosion not only de-
molished the sate but tore out a
portion of the building.. The
thieves gained nothing for their
trouble all the cash having been
banked in the evening. The com-
pany lost some papers and had
some books ruined however but
they have duplicates of these.
Whoever the thieves are they are
A Cashier Testifies.
Pepsin Syrup Co. Monticello III.
Gentlemen After twentv years of
aches and pains caused by constipa-
tion brought on by sedentary habits
I have found more relief in two bot-
tles of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin
than ail of the bundredsjof other rem-
edies 1 have t ried and take pleasure
in giving you this testimony believ-
ing you have the finest preparation
made for stomach troubles. Very
truly yours I) F. Lange Cashier
Wabash K. It. East St. Louis. Sold
by Peoples Drug store.
MISSING MAIL CARRIER
W. W. Caldwell Is Probably Safe in
Missouri Where He is Visiting.
Mention was made some time
ago of the disappearance of W. W.
Caldwell the well known mail
carrier between Grove and Salina.
Some of bis friends suspected foul
play as nothing could be gleaned
of iiis whereabouts. Today The
Chieftain received a letter from
Mr. D. N. Fink cashier of the
bank of Grove stating that Cald-
well cashed a check April 30th
and said that he was going to Mis-
souri. The bank people do not
believe that any misfortune has
She Didn't Wear a Mask.
But her beauty was completely hid-
den by sores blotches and pimples
until she used Bueklins Arnica
Salve. Then they vanished as will all
eruptions fever sores boils ulsters
carbuncles and felons from its use. Iu-
falliabie fur cuts cores burns scalds
and piles. Cure guaranteed. 25c at
People's and A. W. lYrc man's Drug
1 fj flUS L
Q Tlie Very Best for 25c a Lb.
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I The Old Reliable Whitaker Ham Host
jjj Excellent Flavor. 8 to 10
3 Pounds Average.
Globe" Flour Absolutely the Best on
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Stolen Horse Recovered.
Last February a valuable brown
horse was stolen from W. E. Halsell's
ranch near Collinsvllle. Yesterday
John Gore recognized the animal
among a number in the livery stable
of W. R. Joans at Adair and re-
turned the horse to Mr. Halsell in
tills city. Mr. Jeans had bought the
horse not knowing it had been stolen.
Cyclists should always carry a bot-
tle of Ballard's Snow Liniiuent in
case of accident if applied immedi-
ately it will subdue the pain pre-
vent swelling and discoloration and
quickly beai the wounds. Price 25
and oO cents. For sale by People's
Drug store. d-w
.. Jim Harland Killed. '
News of the killing of .lames Har-
land a prominent merchant at West-
ville Cherokee nation east of Wago-
nerreached this town yesterday. Har-
land was shot by Earl Holt ex-auditor
of Westville who It seems Har-
land was instrumental in defeating
for re-election at the late municipal
election liad blood has existed be-
tween the two men since the elec-
tion. - When the liver fails to secrete bile
the blood becomes loaded with bil-
ious properties the digestion be-
comes impaired and the bowels con-
stipated. Ilerbiue has a direct action
on the liver and excretory organs and
a few doses will cureny case of bil-
iousness. Price 50 cents. For sale
by People's Drug store. d-w
First National Bank.
The statement of the First Nation-
al bank which appears in today's pa-
per speaks' for itself and Is a financial
statement that is indeed gratifying.
It shows an increased volume of bus-
iness increased strength and that ttie
institution is urt.icr the management
of thorough bankers. The bank has
stood by all concerns in Vinita and
the town is justly proud of the insti-
tution. The Parrough Hardware company
have on exhibition a beautiful rich
and attractive stand lamp with flow-
ered doigns which they will give
away to purchasers of goods at their
I J We have a complete line of Screen
iili Doors at the lowest possible prices
V v also every width of
Necessary in any quantity you may
The best that are made can be found
at our store.
And everything else usually found in
a first-class hardware and furniture
store. Yours truly
SAM R. FRAZEE & CO.
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" n.vPir.nr Prp I. O. II am.. Y-Pres. W. P. PHILLIPS. Cashier.
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First National Bank
VINITA INDIAN TERRITORY.
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Oldest and Strongest National Bank in the Cherokee Nation.
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Does a Safe General Banking Business.
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Marrs, D. M. The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 188, Ed. 1 Monday, May 13, 1901, newspaper, May 13, 1901; Vinita, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc773777/m1/1/: accessed September 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.