The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 106, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 6, 1901 Page: 1 of 4
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VINITA. IND. TER. WEDNESDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 6 1901.
PRICE 10c WEEK
VOL. 3 NO. 106
Statesman Bell Infers That
the Merchants of the
DARE NOT PERFORM WANTEDFORMURDER
Their Entire Duty Because of a
Fear ol Offending Their Cub-
tomerti His Scheme for Reg-
ietering School Children is
Richard Foreman Was Cap-
tured by Deputy Mar-
For His Association With Don
Beck When John Dildine Was
Killed Wednesday Night.
Law-Abiding Residents Are
The city council convened in
regular session last night and al-
lowed the claims ot W. W. Miller
$7 AO; Frazee & Co. $30.80; F. M.
Chilson 82; John Britt Albert
Graul 86.50 each for street work;
Ben Funk 84; Jim Thompson $20.
The latter item was for the care
of impounded animals and was
cut down from 830 Marshal Led-
better contending that 820 was
ample remuneration. Tloolie Bell
will attempt to ".fix" the pound
ordinance by the next session so
that no future disputes over finan-
cial claims will arise.
The sanitary committee was in
structed to lease a tract of land
south of the city and about 200
yards from the public road from
R. L. Chamberlin for an annual
rental ot 82.5. The ground will be
used for a dumping ground for
Statesman Bell gave notice that
at the next meeting he will present
an ordinance providing for the
registration of all school children.
His plan as outlined he said is
that every pcholar should be regis-
tered by the parents who shall
make oath with the recorder that
they are legally entitled to schol.
arship. The parents of children
iving outside the city or' who
have recently taken p their resi-
dence in the city shall .procure a
certificate for the children upon
paying the city treasurer a sum to
be determined for tuition.
Mayor Sheehan informed the
statesman that there was already
an ordinance providing for the
qualification of school children.
Then Mr. Bell made the start-
ling statement: "That ordinance
is $.) right but the school board is
all wrong. There is to? much
business talent on that board.
They are afraid to enforce the ordi-
nance for fear they will ofSend
soma of their customers. I want
the eobolars registered so that the
Board can have something to
After a pause Mr. Bell seem-
ingly recollecting that his words
would be reported added: "Of
course i reliza the position the
merchants ot the school board are
placed iu and I sympathize with
Statesman Bell's scheme for reg-
istration at this lime is very
Should a Alan Be Vain?
Certainly In: should. He should
have ambition to look well and foel
pood which tie cannot do unless he
digest his food. Dr. Caldwell's syrup
ppin aids dity stion clears tbo head
keep the bowels regular an makes a
man feel at peace with the whole
world. Try it. People' drutf store dw
Deputy Marshal D. M. Webb
returned from the Long Prairie
country to the city last night hav-
ing Richard foreman in custody.
Foreman was present with D"n
Beck the desperado when the
latter killed John Dildine last
Wednesday night and it is said
Foreman seriously wounded old
man Dildine at the same time.
Officer Wttbb reports that the re-
spectable law abiding citizens of
that region about forty miles
southeast ol Vinita are complet-
ely terrorized by the outlaws. All
the people are armed and fear for
their lives because of the record
of crime during the week past-one
murder one u-an mortally wound-
ed three robberies a rape case
and another shooting duel the
particulars of which could not be
learned other than that Clark
Thomson and outlaw was shot in
the side but nut dangerously. He
is with Beck at this time hidden
away somewhere in the mount-
ains. Marshal Webb has many of the
settlers of the region to thank he
says tor courtesies Bhown. The
country is difficult of search; and
a large posse will be necessary to
thoroughly examine all the hiding
Webb chased Beck and Thomp-
son over the hills but could not
come up with them. He surprised
Foreman and left immediately for
this city when heffected the cap-
A preliminary examination of
Foreman will be held before Com-
missioner Don Carlos this afternoon.
Be In Style.
Don't laugh at fashion; don't dis-
courage ambition; don't hinder pro-
gress; try to be affable; look on the
bright side: strive to be happy; enjoy
lite: keep healthy which you can do
by using Dr. Caldwell's syrup pepsin
according to directions. It Is an abso-
lute cure for constipation indigestion
stomach troubles and sick headache.
People's drug store. dw
Literary Note From the Century Co.
The Century is to have a serial
story by Irving Bacheller the au-
thor of that popular novel "Ebeu
Holden." It is a border tale of
1812. Two types oi the men who
have helped to make America are
net forth in it: one a northern
Yankee quaint rugged and wise;
the other.a man who has the hardy
traits of a Puritan with the roman-
tic temperament of a Cavalier. The
scene of the story is in the neigh-
borhood of Lake Champlain and
the title is "D'ri and I." It will
begin in the March Century and
run for six months.
ONLY A FEW
We want to hustle up a little stir. Note the following prices:
Table No. 4 Ladies' flannel-
nelette night dresses worth ORp
$1.25; we'll close at UUl
Bargain counter table No. 5 full
Ladies' shirtwaists. 10c each
8 yards velveteen binding .5c
Windsor neckties worth 25c for 5c
Braid embroidery and lace. .2c yd
worth a great deal more.
Lace curtains worth 50c to C 1 Q 0
$3.50 pair for 25c to D ' u Lm
Ladies and children's hood 75c
ones for 55c; 50c ones for 1 Ov
38c; 25c ones for 1 ut
A lot of steel rubber bone and
pearl buttons worth 10c to K
50c doz; sale price per card. . Ul
Carpet chain in skein others 1 fip
ask 12K and 15c for at ' Ub
A few skeins of Germantown 1 Hp
yarn wdrth 30c for ' V"
Baby cloaTcs worth 50 and 75 A n
cents go at 27 and 1
Table No 6 Ladies' and children's
macintoshes slightly spotted was
worth from $1.00 to $4; M ff)
this week 255075c and P 1 tKJV
Remember these prices are only found at "The Good
Goods Store of
Legal Tangles Straightened Davis-
lilt: Kibni mumcNi!
Judge Gill has been kept very
buy during the week not only
while coutt was in open session
but he ha9 been compelled to de-
vote much time in chambers.
Motions have been made galore
argued and passed upon and the
docket has been kept up with.
During the week the fact that
only two civil trials have been bad
before juries is no criterion to the
vast amount o.' legal tangles that
were straightened out.
The first trial was an intruder
case brought by David Sprouse
against W. Coates. The jury
found for Sprouse giving him pos
session of the property in ques-
tion together with $65 damages.
A notable case that has attracted
great attention was the action
brought by Joe Davis and others
against Wm. Stephens Stan Sua-
gee and Bose Fuerstein. Every
point in the trial was stubbornly
contested by the attorneys of each
side. After an elaborate and care-
fully prepared charge by Judge
Gill the jury retired last evening
and returned a verdict this morn-
ing finding for the plaintiff for
possession or the Stephens claim
with damages for rental since
December. 1894. for 81575. The
jury found that Suagee was entiiled
to possession of the claim contested
known as the Stucke claim and
that Rose Fuerstein was legnlly
entitled to hold the Dufall or
The Darrough Brothers Hardware
company has ordered a full line of
goods and will be ready in a few days
to supply the people with everything
they need in their line. 90 tf.
In these short days it is frequently still dark when it is
time to get up. You'll oversleep yourself unless you have
a reliable alarm clock that will wake you at the right moment.
' I Have Clocks that Will Help Yoli Get to Work on Time.
f They don't cost a great deal and are fully warranted; only
Fine and complicated watch repairing a specialty.
MOTTO Xot the cheapest but the BEST work at all times
JEWELER HUD OPTICIAN
South Wilson St. Vinita.
MING FURNITURE CO.
We have a line of Bed Room Suits
w hich we will close out at a big- re-
duction. Anyone needing a nice suit
can save money by buying from us.
The best solid oak suit in the world
A Large Line of Coffins and Caskets.
Embalmers and Funeral Directors.
Ming Furniture Co.
Will pay 30 cents for hones 20c for
castings for three weeks. Top price
fur hides ail the time. Bluejacket
Racket Store. Jan 1-tf
R. D. A. APPERSON.
Room in Putton building Vinita I.
T. Can be found at otliee ilay or night
QHAS. W. DAY D. D. 8.
Gold crown nd br!df work
OfSc OTr Flrtt Kf Bs. VISIT. I T
National Educational Association.
Department of Superintendence "
Mortal Educational Chicago 111. Feb.
2fl-i.S. For this occasion the Frisco
line will sell tickets to Chicago and
return at one and one-third fare on
the ceruHcate plan.
row i fp
Has moved to South Wilson street j
south of I. S. court houa.
Call on him for the finest and motf
permanent photos photo buttons.
Fktur Enlarged nd Fnmtd.
Ftah1lhf i 1SSJ.
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Marrs, D. M. The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 106, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 6, 1901, newspaper, February 6, 1901; Vinita, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc775258/m1/1/: accessed October 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.