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   Adair County Democrat (Newspaper) - January 25, 1929, Stilwell, Oklahoma                                Agent after March 1st By Arthur Brisbane COWS AND MEN WHAT NAME FOR HOOVER? THE DUKE BROTHERS FARMERS IN JAPAN Mooscjaw, Saskatchewan,' gave a dinner to Ben H. Thomson in honor of his Holslcin-Friesian cow, Canary Cordyke. They both deserved. The Saskatchewan government bought the cow for $10,000.00. Canary is world's champion in butter fal and gives milk enough in a day to last the average family a month. In 305 days,, this wonder cow produced 1,080 pounds of butler and 26,396 pounds of milk. ADAIR COUNTY'S LEADING NEWSPAPER STILWELL, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1929. NUMBER 51. . SENATE VOTES TO JOHNSON ON IMPEACHMENT CHARGES ASKS FOR BIDS ON LIGHT PLANT Bids Will be Opened February 18, According to Notice Published Last* Week; Case Still Pending in Supreme Court. Too bad there is no, way of improving men's 'brains as we improve cows' udders. Only time can do that, and time is slow. The average intelligence in the British House of Commons today, according to Lecky, is lower than the average -of all the free men in Athens, 3,000 years ago. Science goes ahead, man stays about where he was, a little less brutal, a little less selfish. If Americans call president. Cool-idge "the silent Presidenf'what will they call Mr. Hoover? He has been elected president of the United States, will begin his work in less than two months, has been in Washington several days at work. How much has he talked?   Not at all. Eight years more of business without conversation will suit this country very well. He have had, at various times, considerable period of conversation .without business. Sometimes farmers succeed, but usually they must leave the farm to do it. Benjamin N. Duke, who died yesterday morning in his Fifth avenue house in New York, began as a fanner, working with his brother. Jakes Duke, on their father's farm. They grew tobacco, started a small factory, introduced cigarette making machinery and made hundreds of millions. . And, farmers note this, (hey bossed the nyddle man instead of being bossed by him. Ask Mr. Hill of the American Tobacco company or Mr. Belt of Lorillard's how thai is done. American farmers have their troubles, farmers ifi Japan hove worse ones. When our farmers complain Government at least MAKES PROMISES. When thousands of Japanese peas ants inarched to express dissatisfaction, forty were-shot dead and many wounded. An intoxicated lady told the judge-her trouble was duo to an alcohol rub. She had swallowed nothing. Doctors said it was just possible, the judge excused her. A gentleman, very drunk, led in by the policeman, told the judge "My mistake was eating raisins while drinking ice cream, soda." They let him go. Prohibition developes new excuses. -.--- N. O. A. A. BASKETBALL STANDINGS TO DATE (Conference Games Only) Team- Eufaula - Tahlequah Wagoner . Checotah .'. Stilwell ... Ifj  Taxes Extended to March First LejrJslature Passes    Bill to Extend Time, According to v Word Received Hero. " A sigh of relief! An extension of time and more than'thirty days of grace! Miss Amy B. Walls, county treasurer, announces that the time limit for' paying the first half of the takes is extended until March 1. .Thx' date would have been up loday-^ bill now we can rest in peace for another 30 days, at least. MANY PROJECTS j DISCUSSED ATI AGRI MEET HERE Permanent Organization is Perfected and/ Next Meeting' Date' Set for March 8; Will Be Guests of The Westville. Chamber' of Commerce. STATE TO SEND AGENT WITHOUT COST mCOUNTY District Supe.rvison Announces That State and Federal Funds Will Be Used to Pay JExpenses of Woman. The taxi rate in, the city Of Stilwell for this year is $5.52 on the hundred dollars. Last year 4he rate was\.$1.42 higher, or $6.94 per hundred. This means a saving of $7,811.73 to the taxpayers of thel city, since the valuation of the property is placed at $550,122/ It is not known "why) the levy was lower this year but some of the courthouse officials think that it is due to economy of the officials in placing the estimated needs for the year. The rate for Stilwell is; the highest in he county\ as shown by the tax rolls. This is> due to bonds for sewers and other improvements. -__-s.-_-.-_   ', STILWELL 4 Ten Years Ago This Week Taken from the Files of the STANDARD-SENTINEL    * Congressman IW. W. Hastings has introduced a bill in congress to have the government donate a German cannon to the city of Stilwell. Roy H. Lawson* son of Mr. and Mrs. J..11. Lawson, died at his home in Stilwell on January 8. He was 23 years old. He is survived by his father, mother, wife and two sisters. Jim Mattax deposes and sayeth on the veracity of a> citizen of Lyons, that Coleman Eubnnks and Wes Shook on Thursday of last week each ate thirty bananas and up to date no post-niotent examination or funeral has been held over the bodies. Official bonds approved by the county commissioners include;' A. M. Compbell, assessor; Mose Crittenden, sheriff; J. M. Johnson, deputy Sheriff; J. S. Atchley, surveyor; C. W. Addington, county clerk. T. J. Sanders,.a pioneer citizen of the Church community died at his home' Monday. Mr. and Mrs. George Smith arc the proud parents of a baby girl born January 31. C. F. Hughes -was, elected chairman, Frank Howard vice-chairman and Harry B. Hayman secretary of the County Agricultural Advisory, 'Committee at its initial'" meeting "at Stilwellj Wednesday. In attendance at the meeting were 26 men from all sections of the coun ty. After listening to an outlinei of a proposed program.! for the county for the coming year, every man present voted to work toward the completion of that program. A committee to cover all phases of agriculture will be selected in seven community centers in the county. Each of these men will make a demonstration on his farm of that particular problem which he is studying and this example will be used as a demonstration for the farmers of that community. One of the most outstanding questions discussed was dairy development. Mr. Houston of the extension department stated that it was useless to bring good heifers and bulls into the county until the herds of the county had been examined by a vetinarian and declared free; from diseases. He gave many examples of dairyinn (building up good herds only to find that they would have to cull out most of them on account of tuberculosis or some other disease. In line with this phase of work Mr. Houston 'explained the 'cooperar tive bull association andtold of the advantages I of a good bull in a dairy herd. He stated that the first offspring from grade cows \yould show an average increase of 60 per cent in production of milk when good bulls were used. His explanation of the bull associations was so well taken by members present that the county agent was authorized to make a survey of the county to see if sonv; of these associations could not be formed. The four major topic discussed at the meeting were poultry, livestock, horticulture, and crops and soils. Those present at the meeting wero; Abe Allison; Mr. ^Lanier, C. L. iPullinm, J. D. Buffihgton, Dean Sebring,' Mr. Morrison and W. G. Bost of Westville; Monta J. Nixon, Joe) Russell and G. V. , Murrie of Watts; Frank Howard of Baron; B, B. Choate of Bunch; lid Garrison, O. C. Myers, F. A. Strauss,; Chas. I'Y Hughes, Bob Baker/ Mr. Gore, J. A. Garrett, Joe M. Lynch, Olin Perr kins and Harry Hayman of Stil well. Mr. Lynch served as temporary chairman of the busines session which was held immediately after/the luncheon where the delegates were guests of Stilwell business men. Speakers wore: Harry Hayuinu, county-agent; Frank  Howard  of (Continued on lost page Miss Anna jH. Dcilil, district sup-ervison in home demonstration extension work, announced at the meeting of the County Advisory Committee Wednesday that her department had decided to bear the full expense of placing a home demonstration agent in Adair county. She stated that a small surplus was found in their funds and that this surplus would be used for the purpose "of placing an agent in the counties where the valuation is low. The commissions of the county have not yet seen fit to match the extension money and have a demonstration agent in the county. The chief duty of the new worker will be to cooperate with the county agent in the 4-H club-work, and will be in charge of that work for the girls of the county. She will also form local women's organisations over the county and plans to merge them, all into a county fedc cration of women's clubs. This is a forward step for the county and will put the)women and girls on an equal footing with the men and boys in extension work. Miss Deihl said Wednesday that she expected to have the agent here by March 1. j HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES HAS VOTED SEVEN CHARGES AND SENT TO SENATE FOR CONSIDERATION HENRY S. JOHNSON Suspended Governor of Oklahoma, awaiting action of the Senate which will set as a court of impeachment to try charges voted against him by the House of Representatives. .  . STOLEN GOODS STILWELL PIRATES WIN OVER CHECOTAH 9 TO 8 By Vote of 3b (o 5 Senators Agree' to Accept I House Chartres. Frig.'. Li Mabe Efforl. Free Throw by Curtis Gives Pirates Lead After Half, but Issue Stay.s in Doubt. STILWELL. Jan. 19.-In the clean est, hardest-fought game seen 'on the local court this season, Stilwell basketeers finally got ahead! of Che-cotah 9. to 8. Only three personal fouls were called during the entire session, two of the'in on Stilwell and the other on Checotah. The issue was constantly in doubt up until the last moment of play, although a free throw by Curtis gave Stilwell the lcqd early in the second half. Holt of Stilwell and Foshee of Checotah tied for high point honors with six points each. This was largely due, however, to the fact that both of them were "fed" shots by all the other members of their respective teams. By A. C. M. JAKE BUYS A CAR Mr. Si Perkins, Newspaperman: Took dt to. town! tother day and [look at a lota a cars and'decide buy it one. Take it, ride in two three maybe dozen new cars and ask. it: price5. $700. Too much it money. Take it ride in some more new, cars 'and\ ask, itl. price: $799.55 Toi| much money gain. Took it ride in cars what been used two three times, and ask it price. 50. More ' like \ it right. price. So Jake ho buy, it. . Had it hard no ugh, time learning how make it\. that car get up, gee, haw and whoa. Man he say Jake got it nough sense learn; how drive tt right some day. Then -he show Jake things gotta monkey wit make it walk slow and fast and Jake he start it out. Jake he goiu down road nice and then all once somebody tehoot it shot gun| behind it car anc\ Jake he get it scared and hit for home Bruno, No good. Gar he groan and bump and buck and try run it out side jof road rest it wit j Jake. Jake i.#^..4'.Wa>L Sweeping aside comparatively feeble oppni^iou, the Oklahoma sen, n;e late, Monday suspended from % fflee Gover ..:* Henry S Johnston, !i.ss than a half an hour afirii, it li.nl received five articles of impeachment ;o'i?d last week t.y the louse of representatives In the swi'".- moving succession of events W. T. Holloway, lienl  wished to ! avoid.) Notifies Govjernor. ': i Acting governor Holloway, in the letter notifying Governor Johnston of his assumption of the office extended hi mlhe privileges and use of the' executive office during the; period of suspension. The acting governor said would continue to use the office' of lieutenant governor.: Although GovernoP Johnston is a democrat, opposition to his suspension was led in the, senate by a republican, \y. T.| "Clark of Medfprd. A resolution which would have pledged the senate against suspension was introduced by Clark and Fletcer Johnson, democrat, of Bris-tow, before the impeachment charge reached the senate.; ; : Clark contended that the personal integrity of the governor jhad not been attached and that no harm would Ibe done by allowing him'to. continue in office. After the charges were received, Johnson pressed for consideration of the resolution, but his moti6n was brushed aside with; u substitute calling for accep* tance of the charges, which auto-: matically suspended the governor The vote on thb resolution of: senator Paul Stewart; democratic leader, to notify the governor of his; suspension, was 38 to (5. Clark ivas;! the only republican voting against thisj resolution.' i^^WS-i '.' '.''-:-^r:--8r~-� � ..'.'V   ':":-f!i^iii Because they feared detection, perhaps, thieves who broke into Johnson's stove here Saturday night brought the loot back to town Monday morning and threw it on the railroad right of way in the northeast part of town. Early Sunday morning thieves broke out the back window^ in Johnson's store,* and carried away several dozen shirts, five overcoats, a pair of overalls,�30iii2 meat and perhaps other articles that Johnson had not yet missed. They took about a dollar's worth of change from the cash register among which was a Buffalo nickel that - Johnson had found after his store at Dutch Mills had burned. Mr. Johnson kept the nickle because it was burned black. A passerby notified the sheriff (Continued on last page Jake Onionrunner ^# he stop it all\rig]ht audi get out and look. Got plenty water in lank an got it gas in stove in 'front^md lot*| grease runt it out|\ whent Jake monkey round bottom. Look, at it shoe in front and all Jgood. Look it at shoes behind and one good, tother uni settin down\ on ground. Musta got tired. Jake ihe set it down and cuss and then neighbor man come it long and say got it flat. AH breath leak out: a that shoe. Jake he say how in heck fix it and neighbor show it how. Jake ho get it start again and gel it Bruno on down road, Car he get it mad bout sompin and hit it all bumpsUoo hard. Jake he say whoa and car keep it goin fa'ster. Jake ho {put .his foot on ever thing in sight and no good. Car come it\ to turn in road and decide Jake, want to go straight!on.. Guess so.; Went (hat-way bout ten feet and climb it tree. Bang! Jake go to sleep quick; and wake it up 'after while. Ja)^., he1 don't know what happen toihim| and look round and see it c�r/8hQp. round Jake neck*, Car he a(""" .   (Continuedon ImV JONES & WEBBER GARAGE MOVES TO YOUNG BUILDING . The Jones and Webber Garage and Electrical company that v has; \ been locatad in the Ownby buiid.ingi for tlie past^few.:
                            

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