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   Adair County Democrat (Newspaper) - February 22, 1929, Stilwell, Oklahoma                                IThis Week ADAIR COUNTY'S LEADING, NEWSPAPER VOLUME 32. STILWELL, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1929. NUMBER 3- By Arthur Brisbane NOSE PINK, RECORD BROKEN. PEACEFUL FISHING. ANOTHER CANAL NEEDED. RADIO AND THE SCHOOL. For 13 hours and 10 minutes, Elinor Smith, seventeen year-old girl flier, stayed up in the freezing .winds above Long Islnnd in an open airplane.When she came down her nose was bright pink, her legs were stiff, her hands were almost frozen, but she had broken the womens endurance record by one hour. Flying interests women, it is one of the tilings they can do better than men. The MOST  important  thing men \-aivl  do at  all, namely  producing and taking care of children. And that is what  '�hnidd interest women especially. II is heller to create an Abraham Uncnln than to be an Abraham Lincoln. Mr. Hoover is fishing, calm and peaceful, having written his inaugural address and selected his cabinet. The country won't know who is in the cabinet until March 4th, A DAY EARLY We are out on Thursday this week instead of Friday on account of the fact that the irinil carriers will not work Friday, Washington's birthday. This is one of the legal holidays that the carriers and postmasters get to take, and we arc publishing a day early in order to gel the paper to our readers before Saturday. The Father of Our Country lOteTRATlON AGENT TO BEGIN ARCH Extension Department Tells of Plan To Furnish Agent to County Without Cost to People. or more candidates that if they haven't Mr. Hoover yet, they will not hear from him. The fact fial Secretary fc-'ellon REMAINS, n the cabinet will please A thousand may be sure heard  from something that happens everybody, rarely. 'he ligh r>93 \inama Canal set a new : record for business in January, ships passing in thirty days. The country needs another canal, and a Nicaragua canal should be built a! sea level to take care of growing (icean-lo ocean  traffic. The Nicaragua canal, would provide this country with a canal' from the Mlanlic to the Pacific without ihe locks, so easily destroyed. In a letter from 1). P. Trent, director of extension work, plans are outlined for the services of a Home Demonstration Agent for Adair county beginning March 1. The agent will be paid out of government funds entirely, and there will be no cost to the county. The letter is given below: Hoard of County Commissioners, Adair County. Stilwell, Oklahoma. Gentlemen: Itealiz'ng the need of some work among the women and girls of your county, we have arranged for the employment of a County Home Demonstration agent to divide her time between Adair and Cherokee counties, and we are appointing Miss Huth 11. Smith to take charge of that work March first. (Continued on last page) HOUSE CLOSES INVESTIGATION OF GOV. OFFICE Stand or Fall on Evidence Already Produced and Given to Senate; Other Charges Expected By PAUL ROB ARTS (In the Tulsa World.) STILWELL Ten Years Ago This Week Taken, from the Files of the. STANDARD-SENTINEL 'fit George Washington GIRL KILLED AT What radio means lo the world, particularly to this country with its millions of radii) sets, is not appreciated. Public thanks arc due to the Radio Corporation of America that, at great expense, engages an excellent symphony orchestra with Walter Damrosch leading and explaining, to play every Friday morning at eleven o'clock for school children and all others that  care  to "tune in.'' Every public school should have a good radio, and the teacher's duly should be to suspend classes and tune in for broadcasting worth while f you have a littie money to spare (Continued on last page) Revival Closes at Methodist Church SALLISAW WINS 20 TO OVER STILWELL 14 QUINTET SALLISAW, Feb. 16.-Fred Ogle and his Sallisaw Black Diamonds won a N. O. A. A. loop struggle here tonight from the Stilwell Pirates by a 20 to 14 score. The Sallisawiaus kept up their week's winning pace, and with Gilbert and Fine starring they had little trouble in handing McLcmore's proteges the low end of the marker. The score at the half favored the locals, 6 to 2. Holt and T. Curtis Turned in a nice game for the visitors. In a preliminary contest the Sallisaw girls added to their long string of victories by defeating the visiting sextet, 39 to 13. Wickett, Rigsby, Lelies and Spencer were the local girls' big noises while Holt played well for the Stilwell lassies. The lineup. The revival at the Methodist church closed last Sunday night with 20 conversions and nine new members for the .Methodist church. Many of the new converts will probably join one of the other churches in town. The revival drew record crowds each night and the pastor, Rev. Cole, received many compliments on his preaching. The singer, A. M. Hutton, kept the interest up throughout the meeting and had some mighty good music from the choir and sang some touching and impressive solos. The local Methodist church is. very 'fortunate lo have a pastor like Rev. Cole. lie has done wonders for the church since he came here and if he keeps up the pace he has set he is destined to be one of the really big preachers in the future. Two Boys Arrested at Watts After Opal   Roilen   D'es  From  Bullet Wound  at  Siloam  Springs. Siloam Springs. Ark., Feb. 17.- Opal Pc'den. 12 years old. was shot and killed instantly when a bullet believed lo have been tired from the gun of a boy hunter'entered the covered wagon in which she..and her family were riding along, the Arkansas-Oklahoniu slate highway a few miles west of here late Sunday afternoon. Two boys who-gave the names of Austin Duncan, 10. and Noval Stevens,  17,  were arrested Jin Watts, NTAKEN CIL MEET Restraining Prevents Action on Order Issued Council From Light Plant Saturday Taking Bids. men Sallisaw (20)		Stilwell (14) Gilbert	f	Langley Harris	t	Holt Duncan	c	O. Curtis Kanard	a	Trentham Fine	g	I. Curtis Lamb	�~>	Lemming Moure	tt e>	 -Muskogee Phoenix. 'HOLLAND TEA  PARTY" The W. M. S. of the Baptist church will give a Holland Tea Party at the home of M r s. W. A.Stiles, February 27, 1029.., You arc Cordially invited. Free' Will Offering Get behind all good movements, but don't get so far behind you have to run lo catch up. A Commercial Club for Stilwell! I  OBJECT Attorney W. A. Woodruff and Prosecuting Attorney W. A. Cor-ley led Judge W. A. Scoflield a merry life IMdnday when they wrangled over and objected to all manner of questions, in the pre liminary trial of a couple of boys charged with a statutory offense. The climax came late Monday afternoon when Woodruff had evidently tired of the slow pace at which the case was moving. He asked Corley lo dispense with the ''horse play" and get down to business. Corley was immediately on his feet objecting to having his plan of prosecution called "horse play." After much pounding and expounding Judge Seo-fleld succeeded in quieting the men and the trial moved on. At the very last Corley � moved, to dismiss the.chrage against one of the defnedants, Bendabout, and then smiling asked Woodruff if he wanted to object to that. Woodruff said he would not object and the. motion was sustained. Final hearing for Miller, the other defendant, was set for Friday afternoon. Okla., shortly after 0 o'clock Sunday evening and given a preliminary hearing before N. O. Baldwin of Si-loam Springs, and Adair County Attorney W. A. Corley and Sheriff Tom McCasland, Stilwell, Okla. No formal charges had been filed against either of the youths Sunday night. The girl with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Jiolden, and two brothers and sisters was returning to her home near Marshal, Ark., from a visit with relatives in Christie, Okla. The shot entered the back of the girl's head and lodged over the right eys. None of. the family realized -iat the child had been sHoc unti she slumped into the bottom of the wagon. . A collection was taken from Si-tfofani Springs [persons -Uo provide for funeral expenses of the girl. The body was being held at a mortuary here Sunday night pending completion of funeral arrangements. Burial, probably will be in Marshall, Bolden said.-Southwest American. .�--~- A Commercial Club for Stilwell! retraining order was served on libers of the Board of Trustees ] of the City oi StilwellSaturday af-j lernoon in the name of George M. I Smith, restraining them from taking ' any action toward selling the city >light- and power plant- as advert-is-j cd for- Monday night. I    Although    representatives    from ' four firms were here in interest of their companies, the council simply met anil after-explaining the situation, adjourned. Tt is not known what action will be taken in the matter and it is not j known  whether   another   attempt will be made to consider bids for the sale of the plant. MRS. JOHN LONG Mrs. John Long, 74 years old, died suddenly Thursday night at the home of her -daughter, Mrs. Jack Cox, oil the Bill Mays farm near Bunch. She had been in ill health for some time. Burial was made at Oalc Grove cemetery Saturday. She is survived by two sons, Tom and Ed Long of Evansville, Ark., and a daughter, Mrs. Albert Twist of the Oak Grove community. Bo>s in this section of Adair-co who \yish to file their applications wilh Lieu!. Harry B. Hayman. He has been instructed by headquarters to receive these applications and has all the  necessary blanks and supplies. The encampment will be held this year from Juyl 5 to August 3. OKLAHOMA CITY. Feb. 11).-With the announcement this afternoon that the house'general investigating committee will make no further inquiry into the governor's office or related �departments, iiitere:|i has tinned to the probable lime within which tlic subcommittee investigating the supreme court will file its ' report and whether i' will ask ini-j penchmeni   of any justices of the i court. i :    The governor's trial will drag oil! ; all of the ni'xt week and Ihe week | alter, in  the opinion  of mosi ob-' servers, as the defense will not gel j a chance lo start its testimony bc-I fore next Monday, intimations were thai Ihe defense will demur to the entire evidence when the house man tigers finish. GeUinjj "Fed Up." In Ihe meantime information reach ing the house members from over the state is that the people are getting "fed up" on Ihe whole sordid mess. They want action and let everything be tried oul in the open where both prosecution and defense can tell their stories. It looks now as though the sen-ale would not get to vote on ihe governor's case before the middle of the first week in March and if the house has nothing else lo pres eni lo the senate by that time, there is -i chance an adjournment sine die (Continued on last page) '�---s----. " : Choice of Murder Jury is Started TahJequah, Okla., Feb. 19.-Im panelling of a jury got under way at noon here Monday in Ihe M C Turner murder case. 1\7oC.:,i\s for continuance and motions to quash the jury panel were overruled. On a hearing, following an attempt of W. II. Kisner, to withdraw as counsel because he had not been paid. Turner displayed to ill" court 16 cents, and three hu$t-on$ as his earth ly possessions. He testified' later he owned a pistol, a rifle and -some carpenter tools. The state is asking the death penalty. Turner is charged with shooting Crutch Copeland near, here iast'y^ar. He was not apprehended for about eight months. The defense claims that he was protecting his home and acting' in self defense at the time of the shooting. __________j___ MRS. TABITHA BRANSON Smith-Tovry. Mr. F!' yd Smith and Miss Volit ' Towry we.'e united in marriage at ,-Joplin the ,14th inst. The announce, nienl of this Valentine culmination of their betrothal came as ah agreeable surprise, and sincere congratulations manifested by the many friends of the contracting parlies in Stilwell. � >'.'       A- Jhi kill appropriating 950,000,000 for, a s\sien? of durable hard-sur-. faced mads throughout Oklahoma passed the House of Representatives last Friday and is now pending in ; the S  Padcn arc home from   the   army, having received their discharge. SWEET POTATO INSPECTOR WILL BE HERE MARCH SIXTH According to a letter received by Harry \i. Hayman, county agent, the Stale Board of Agriculture will send a sweet notaio .inspector to Stilwell March (i. He will be in Westville March ;..      ' The inspector will, he at the service of al1 sweet potato growers who: wish to have their potatoes  inspec-;, ted. STILWELL QUINT WINS OVER SAINTS, 21 TO 14 JAKE AND THE SNAKE Mr. Si Perkins, Newspaperman: Jake he believe he got the .lyitiest neighbor a anybody. Tother day while Jake he settih on front steps a cabin watchin melt it snow two. tree Jake neighbor come it up'.and start tellin story bout big thing they done and what their dady and relatives done time what aiii'l now. One a Jake neighbor tell it tale boul seeing snake tother day crawl -in into craok in rock." Rock big un, pari of hill. Neighbor he say he walkin down road tother day and seed track a the biggest snake he ever lay eye at. Snake crawlin long in snow when neighbor see him and neighbor toiler cause summer time come it soon and if fen neigh i... . - � ��       � . bor can find den a that snake he catch ad make tub lull rattlesnake oil. He say rattle snake crawl into hole in rock and curl up an go sleep. Neighbor say he stop hole.up and gonna get it nex spring, ' Evcrbody guess so;- an nother neighbor tell it story how he catch ,il rattlesnake in creek and made bite self death; Snake a that kind bate water cause get it rattle wet and maybe catch" cold. Then neighbor say "Jake,' you tell it one bout snake. We all tell it good uhs ahd you line nex." One time in August moon Jake and neighbor name it Jerry Cold-insummer clcarin it up patch land outside house, make it turnip patch raise it turnip on. Hot weather (Continued qn last page) .Mrs. Tabityia- Branson, agud 80, died at her home two miles southwest of Stilwell Saturday night, February 9. Burial was made at New Hope cemetery Sunday. She was a sister to Wm. Kerr, of that neighborhood. .........----------s------ -A Commercial Club for Stilwell- The St.. Joseph College cagers succumbed to a battling Stilwell five here tonight, 21 to 14: Langley, Pirate forward, scored ta total of nine points to top the participants in the'evening's festivities; Trentham, guard, limited the Saint forwards to a minimum number of shots. Tale and Leroux, Catholic forward and Center, played well for I he i n va ders, each scoring three baSr kels. '    ., ::'--' 'j ST. f f c 8 a STILWELL (21) Langley, Holt, Leming Trentham Kyle McNatt JOSEPH (14) Burton McDonald,; Leroux Tate Ganett Nelson,1 Whitewing/i --Muskogee Pheonix>>Y; CO-OPERATION The greatest service, you can perform lo your community is> that of-co-operation-co-operation with those in the same line of' endeavor as yours; co-operation with those, in other lines; co-bp* oration.in plans, celebrations, in anything that is developed for the benefit of the community. ' ''.�-'.'.     �: '.:. �' .�'�: �':�'�...,   - yj You should take a-strong- interest in civic affairs; he a proinuVs aenl and useful member; of various organizations, not merely'l^lj "joiner."  People, as a rule, know folk who do good work in their community.   Be numbered among those who DO things. ~I Co-operation of every individual in a community, meanSj success of that community.  Whatever you doi he   _ ,_. _ the community in which you live-socially, politically, reljgiqi and commercially. �>i a�i   

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