The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 14, 1901 Page: 1 of 4
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VOL. 4. NO. 34.
VTNITA INDIAN TERRITORY THURSDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 14 1901.
PRICE PER WEEK 10
W. -B. BABGETT MERCANTILE CQMT'Y.
Beginning on Saturday November 9th continuing until
' Saturday Nov 16th
:vve will put into:
i M tJ
THE GREATEST AGGREGATION OF BARGAINS EVER SEEN IN VINITA.
We have gone through every department of our big store and taken out
all the short lengths odd lots and remnants of every description of sea-
sonable merchandise. We mean to clean them up hence this short length
odd lot and remnant sale. It'e a big bargain sale. It's a mighty cash sale.
It's a sale for the purpose of cleaningbur stock of all the odds and ends of
THE GOOD GOODS STORE.
STORY OF CRIME
Criminal Docket is Set and
Shows .Over Four Hun-
BIG CIVIL DOCKET
Is Not Expected to be Reached
Before Late in January Ow.
ing to Criminal Trans
fera From Other
There are now 43S criminal capes
docketed for the December term
of the United States court sitting
at Vinita. This number is yet to
be augmented by the transfers
from the Wewoka and Wagoner
courts and the indictments that
may be found by the grand jury.
There is a large civil docket
awaiting action at this term of
court but it is not expected to be
reached until late in January.
The following is a list of the
criminal cases set:
December 3 1901. i
Mary Fish Perjury.
Thomas Monagha.i Ae'lt to kill
Jim Putman Disp liquor
Fuller Albeity Disp. liquor
James Elliott lnt liquor.
' 44 " disp Jiq
Joel Martin manslaughter
Wm Hern counterfeiting
Robert Cbilders larceny
44 44 int liq
Jim Hickey int liq.
44 disp liq
44 44 disp liq
Dr Chaneydisp liq
disp liq . l
Dick Lusk (dead) int liq
44 44 (dead) dist relig wor
B II Hester int liq
J Deford disp liq
J Deford disp liq
Jno Williams burg and lar
Jeste Burr lar and rec b p
Claud Rogers aggravated as'lt
Geo Taylor lar and rec 8 p
44 Burglary and lar
Jas Brown .
Bart Gray nialnt Karu ho"se
Tom Hicks Exhibit gam device
Several Bills Introduced in Both
Geo O Collin intliq
Willie Walaska as'lt to kill
Ilezekiah A Henley violating
section 2148 I
December 4th 1901.
Chas Nichol as'lt to kill
W G Pitzolat larc and rec s p
Will Summer int liq
4 disp liq
44 y disp liq
Robt Younger ernbezz
Lige Long diet peace
tt ti tt
Keener Hyatt Burg and lar
OiJcar Roberts f
Oliver Scott J
" Oliver Sctt
Clarence Alexander l?rceny
t rank Thomp?on
- Ed Murray' disp liq
C I Eastwood burg and lar
Minnie Southere )
S II Souther? j as'lt to kill
WF Boling as'lt to kill
December 5th 1901.
Wm Chapman j larceny
Irven Johnson s r
Jefl Davie Dave Etchen? mur
Special to Dill Cblertaln.
Tahlequah I. T. Nov. 12. Both
! houses of the national council 'are
Senator Fletcher introduced a
I bill in the senate Tuesday provid-
ing for the appointment of a rev-
enue collector for the nine dis-
tricts whose duty it shall be to
collect all installments on intruder
places to take charge of those now
in the hands of custodians and sell
the same to the highest bidder. '
Senator Davis introduced Senate
Bill No. 1 making appropriations
i for the current and contingent ex
penses of the Cherokee Advocate
for the ensuing year.
Councillor Woodall introduced a
bill in the lower house Tuesday
afternoon providingfor the pay-
ment of license by persons engaged
in certain business.
Councillor Walker introduced a
bill laying a tax on cattle intro-
duced. Same was withdrawn.
The speaker of the lower house
has not named his standing com-
mittees. It is thought the commit-
tees. will not be named uatil after
the election which will likely
take place on tomorrow.
It is reported that the fullbloods
have voted to enroll before the
Dawes commission but 60 far none
Following is the text of Chief
Bufiington's Thanksgiving proclamation:
'Thursday November 23 1901
has been named by Theodore
Roosevelt President of the United
States as a day 'of thanksgiving
and prayer throughout the United
States of America. Therefore I
fCoDtinuesI on 4tu p3k'e
Big: bills little bills they're all the same
to us just so lonqas they're lumber bill.
No matter what you want from a bunch
of lath to a complete house bill we strive to
give you such satifaction that you will come
way we'd like to see you next time
you need lumber. If we can give you a better
grade of stuff for the same or less money that
is what you are looking for isn't it? .
Run in and see us.
Full line of lime plaster cement sewer
tile paints oils etc.
We want your trade wer'e after it.
P. G. Browning & Co.
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Marrs, D. M. The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 14, 1901, newspaper, November 14, 1901; Vinita, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc773812/m1/1/: accessed February 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.