The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 5, 1901 Page: 1 of 8
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JUL JL JLJL
VOL.4. NO. a.
VINITA INDIAN TERRITORY THURSDAY EVENING DECEMBER 5 1901.
PRICE PER WEEK 10
Many Minor Cases Being
Cleared Each Day From
WHEELS OF JUSTICE
Revolving Rapidly and.All Cases
Called Ar Given Speedy
Hearing. Grand Jury
Return More In.
s At the afternoon 6eeioo of court
yesterday the bond forfeiture in
tbe case of Jos. Elliott charged
t with introducing liquor was set
1 aside an4 defendant who was in
custody relented on nw bond.
In tbe cane of Joe Nipp charg-
j ed wih adultery bund was order-
j ed forfeited for non-appearance.
W. H. Uainefl and John YV. Davis
;' wre bis bondsmen.
In tbe case of Tobe Smith
charged with robbery and carry.
ing weapons bond waB declared
forfeited on non-appearance.
Kd woods charged with intro-
ducing liquor was released on
bond pending good behavior.
.' Jim Welch charged with intro-
ducing liquor was asseeed $10
Ed Fulsom cliarged with intro-
ducing and dispensing was een
tenced to loO days in tbe Ft. Bmitb
penitentiary with an accompany
' ing fine of 1100 and costs.
' Oliver Scott was sentenced to the
reform school at Boontville Mo.
for nineteen months on a charge
Clarence Alexander and Frank
Thompson both boys in their
teens plead guilty to tbe same
I charge but being their first offense
K were releartd with a severe repri-
mand pendmgtheirgood behavior.
Tbe boys looted a vacant etore and
sold their plunder in (he yellow-
back novel style. .
' The case of Win. Summers
charged with dispensing liquor
from a Sanulpa drug store was
continued two weeks.
At this morningssesfion of court
7 -'-the grand jury reported the follow-
Kd Murray int liq 4 charges.
J. W. Johnson using mails to
Will Townsend Frank Vann
larc and rec s p.
Through the illness of Wm.
Tygar a member of the jury in tbe
case of Willie Walaeki the jury
was excused until this afternoon j
The bond forfeiture in tbe case !
of Joe Nipp was set aside ou pay-
ment of costs and return of de-
fendant into court.
Tbe motion for a new trial in
tbe Mary Fish perjury case was
set aside and defendant ordered to
appear in court Monday for sen-
tence. The case of Lige Long charged
with disturbing peace was then
taken up. Alter examination of
-several witnesses court adjourned
until 1:30 p.m.
Mistakes Are Costly.
You can make no mistake by using
Hunt's Cure for Itch Tetter Ring-
worm and Itchiosr Pile- No cure-
no piy. People's Drug Slore. ' w
Affecting Chancery Cases Issued by
All actions for divorce after ser-
vice of summons are referred to
tbe Master in Chancery generally
to see that tbe requirements of the
law are strictly complied with
take the testimony bear the cause
speedily report all proceedings bad
and bis findings of fact and conclu-
sions of law therein.
That in every such cause filed
in this District where the plain-
tiff resides within thirty miles of
any place where court is held and
the- witnesses residt within thirty
miles of the place where cause of
action is pending the evidence
shall be taken by tbe Master at the
place of holding court where said
cause is pending during the first
week of the term to which said
caue is returnable; if the plaintiff
resides thirty miles or more from
any place where court is held in
this district or any of the wit-
nesses residt- thirty miles or more
from the place where ibe cause in
pending the depositions of tun
plaintiff and every such witness
may be taken 'before any officer
authorized by law. Iu Euch cses
however the evidence shall not b
taken in narrative form but by
questions and answers yekiiatiu.
Aud in all mco cases the evidence
may be given orally to tbe Master
at o:h time and place as may be
convenient to all parties concerned.
When answer has been filed tbe
rule shall be tbe same with refer-
ence to the evidence of defendant
and tbe witnesses in his behalf.
In all caees of constructive ser
vice .the attorney appointed to rep-
resent the non-rtsident defendant
is directed to ascertain the defend-
ant's whereabouts communicate
with biro and advise him or her
of the pendency of tbe euit and
such other matters as may be ."use-
ful to him or her in preparing for
defense; to attend tbe taking of
depositians by plaintiff if due
notice is given and make a written
statement of all that be has done
in tbe case attaching letters re
ceived and copies of those sent by
him concerning tbe case. A rea-
sonable fee will be allowed the at-
torney for each ncn-reeident de
fendant who complies strictly with
In every case th plaintiff shall
appear in person before the Court
unless excused for good cause
JOSEPH A. GILL Judge.
A Home College Course.
The Saturday Evening Post of
Philadelphia anuounces two new de-
partments which will challenge the
t Interest of Yountf men and women
n0ug2.ut the country. "A Home
College Course" as one of thcra Is
called has teen designed to meet the
wants of ambitious young people who
have cot had the advantages of uni-
veisity training. . This course will be
conducted by a special faculty com-
posed of professors in the leading col-
leges. Tne studies have been most
carefully chosen. Each will be treated
in an interesting way and helpful
hints for outside reading freely given.
'To the Young Man beginning
Business" is the second of these tew
depart mints. In It the most success-
ful men In a dozen occupations will
write about what helped them to the
front in their own business an! give
a list of Ikw ics an 1 magazines beariiu
upon it. TLeir purpose will be to toil
the beginner bow he cm make him-
self more valuable to his employers".
These new departments will begin
early in January and will be made a
permanent feature of The Saturday
Ei-en ing Pu-t. .
Big shirt sale this week!
See the new styles in west window of our clothing
department. Correct in every particular. Quality and
style unexcelled. Your choice this week for
Not a shirt in the lot worth less than $1.25 a great
many of them are Wilson Bros. $1.50 shirts. Make your
selections early and get choice of styles.
VV D RAnfiPTT M PDf.AMTI I
-i-n jv ft'i.
In my judgment the time has
arrived when we shauld deO-
nitely make up our mind- to
rccguize the Indian as an indi-
vidual and nut ad a member of
a trite. The general allotment
act I a mighty pulveriziug en-
gli.e to l.reak up the tribal
mas-. It acts directly upon
the family and the individual.
Under its provisions fume
00000 Indians have already te-
outue citizens of the United
States. We should onw break
up the tribal funds doing for
.'beta what allotment does for
the tribal lands; that is they
should be divided into Individ-
cal holdings. There will be a
transition period during which
tlic funds will In many cases
have to be held in trust. This
Is the cae aNo with the lands.
A stop should be put upon the
indiscriminate permission to
Indians to lea their allot-
ments. The effort thoi Id be
stp.viil) to make the Indian
work like any otner man on his
own ground. The marriage
laws of the Indians should be
tnadtf iJie same as those of the
whites '"Excerpt from Presi-
Wc ofler One Hundred Dollars Re-
ward for any cae of Catarrh that can-
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO. Toledo O.
We the undesigned have known
F. J. Cbeaey for the pat 13 years and
believe blra perfectly honorable In all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by their firm.
West AjTruax Wholesale Drug-
gists Toled O.
Walding Kinnan & Marvin Whole-
sale Druggists Toledo O.J
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken intern-
ally acting directly urxn tbe blood
aud mucus surfaces of tbe system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75c.
per bottle Soil by all druggists.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
We Tell No Secrets.
It's an oren secret that Hunt'
Lightning Oil cures everything except
broken hearts and soften'ng'o the
brain. 21 and 10 cent. Peoflc's
Drug Store. w
Em .iiin. i nn in. .iniji.ii.i. ..n -i.i n
The Good Goods Store.
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4 -IT-vuvav. -.
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When you get ready to put up that new house
or barn or make those needed repairs just run in
and talk it over with us. . It will only take a few
minutes and if we can save you some money on
the bill it will be time well spent won't it?
Not only will you find our prices right but the
quality of our stock will be found immeasurably
superior to others around here and you know as
well as we do that sound dry and bright lumber
will last longer than cracked warped' and sappy
stuff. "Why use the latter when you can get the
former at the same price? We also carry a com-
plete stock of lime plaster cement; drain tile
paints oils etc. all at right prices.
We Want Your Trade We're After It.
P. G. BROWNING & CO.
YIXITA IND. TER.
P fOMPAMV Ji5
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Marrs, D. M. The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 5, 1901, newspaper, December 5, 1901; Vinita, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc775498/m1/1/: accessed April 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.