Adair County Democrat, August 30, 1929

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Adair County Democrat (Newspaper) - August 30, 1929, Stilwell, Oklahoma FRIDAY AUGUST -30, 1929. THE ADAIR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STILWELL, OKLAHOMA Afcafr Cmmtg Btttvatmt � (Successor io Standard-Sentinel) , Entered as sccond-clnss mqttert ot the postoflficc n! SUlwcll, Adair-co, Oklahoma, under the net of March 3, 1879. , Published Every Friday A DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER OLIN PEHK).\!>, Editor M any item appearing in these columns proves incorrect and the attention of the management is called thereto, corrections will cheerfully be made. All articles contributed to Chia newspaper for publication MUST BE SIGNED by the author, or otherwise it will be igriored by the publishers. BARON Etta Mae Wolf will leave next week to attend school again at Lawrence, Kansas. Mrs. Will Doyle of Kansas City is visiting friends and relatives here this week. Early Monday morning, Mr. and Mrs. Smallen, Mr. Heustis and Iva accompanied Mr. Vick to his farm about 10 miles below Stilwell. The day was spent in fishing, swimming and bee hunting. A picnic dinner was spread near a large spring on Lee's Creek. Work is about complete on repairing the school house. A decision was made that the partition be removed making the rooms more convenient for both teachers and scholars. Bob Kelly and family of Muskogee spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Howard. There was only 6 persent at the Farm Ladies club meeting last week. Most of the members being absent on account of their work at the canning factory. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Divine left the iatter part of the week for Tulsa or near there. They have accepted work in the telephone office. � Ed Howard will leave next week to enroll in A. & M. College at Stillwater. Several of our boys and girls having completed the 8th grade will attend hight schaal at Westville. The teachers here this year are interested in the welfare of the young folks ;future plans have been made for the organization of a 4-H club. We hope this will be a success and not a complete failure as in the past. Brother Vick, the Baptist pastor, will fulfill his regular appointment here on Saturday night and Sunday. THE BEST MEATS ALWAYS FRESH We kill fresh every other day; we grind our own pure sausage; We have the best home killed, packing house, and cured meats money can buy-and the price is right. We have fresh butter and eggs at all times. CLEAN AND SANITARY We Invite You to Come and Look at Our Meats Has First Welt, Day In 2 Years "Before' taking Sargon I han't known a well day in two long, years, but I now simply feel like a new man from head to foot and I've gained twelve pounds in Weight. ^My trouble was caused mostly by neuritis in my legs and the.pain, at times, was almost more, than I could bear.. Splitting, head-acheB, indigest-tion .-and trouble with, my kidneys also added to my general rundown condition. "Sargon has been worth its weight in gold to me and I'm going to keep right on using it, because I am now only on my second bottle and the pains in my legs are gone and I now eat anything I want without the slightest discomfort from indigestion. Sargon Soft Mass Pills are wonderful-gentle, but thorough in their actibn. Without a doubt the Sargon treatment is the best I ever saw and I've tried worlds of medicines." Dr. Robert H. Rettman, Turk's Shoe Store, Tulsa, Okla. Sargon is the result of the last ten years of world-wide medical research. It is restoring countless thousands by methods undreamed of only a few years ago and may well be considered one of the greatest health-giving remedies of the age. Crescent Drug Store, Agents. -8- Iva Heustis spent the week end at At Westville with friends and relatives E. W. MORRIS, Manager and Meat Cutter. BUNCH Rev John Wiley of Siloam Springs was in Bunch Sunday. Rev H. D. Cox is holding a revival here. Rev. Wiley i? the Baptist Pastor. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Hutcheson and Miss Hazle Caney left Sunday, Aug. 25 for Gladstone, New Mexico. They will return in two weeks. Miss Naomi Casey re-entered uchool at U. G. No. 1 Monday. Mr. and Mrs'. Charles Bradshaw aind f am ly Miss f.'-v T " wn have mov.t!,, K-innovcIt, Okla1! 1. i. liupch'-Farm vitVi duo ii.t Tues iay, \ui{ust ?C, m the chiu- i> bor. Their next 1. > '-ng will b-j �".r.-; the iair. T.'EANTIT'S EVERY PART UTALIZED IN SOME MANNJtyK PBUKMUIW 111* WITO WANT ADS LOST-WHEEL AND TIRE FOR Truck. Between Stilwell and Tahle-quah. Tire was Firestone. Reward for return to Stilwell Ice Plant. 24tf WANTED-I want to buy a good Milk Cow. Bob Baker. 28tf FOR SALE--Model T Ford Coupe; 27 motor; Good condition; Good rubber; A bargain if taken at once; Ifcrms. Inquire at the Democrat office. *' 28-tf FOR SALE-17 arce farm for sale or trade. Adjoining city limits. See Lee Allison. 28-3t LOST- Suitcase containing clothing on chalk bluff road. Reward for return to Pugh-Bpshop Chevrolet Co. 251t. LOST STRAYED OR STOLEN- Bay mare mule. 14 1-2 hands high; 2 years old; Had halter 'on' when last seen. $5.00 reward for return to Ray Hembree, Route 5. Phone Rural 31-51. 29�p. TAKEN UP- Mare mule; 8 years old 14 hands high; branded with "D" turned backward. Been at my place a month. G. J. Ross, 5 miles west of Stilwell. 294t. FOR SALE-Alfalfa bay, g?od grade, 50c a bale at my barn. G. J.Ross Route 4. 29-4t. IN THE. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT DISRICT OF OKLAHOMA. In the matter of Joe Brown Leslie, Stilwell, Oklahoma, Bankrupt. IN Bankrupta'cy No. 5368 NOTICE OF HEARING ON BANKRUPT'S PETITION FOR DISCHARGE. To the creditors of the above named bankrupt: Take notice that a petition has been filed in said Court by Joe Brown Les-"ie, of Stilwell, in.the County of Adair in said district,' who has been duly adjudged a bankrupt tinder the Acts of congress of July 1, 1898, for a discharge from all debts and other claims provable under said act, and notice is hereby given that a creditor desiring to oppose the application of the bankrupt for discharge shall enter his ap-pearnce in opposition thereto with the Clerk .on the- 26th day o'f September, 1929, on which date said creditors are required to show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said: petition should not be granted, and shall file a specification in writing of their opposition within 10 days thereafter 'unless the time shall be enlarged by a special order of the Judge. (Neither the bankrupt nor his attorney is required to appear on the above date.) ' Muskogee, Oklahoma, August 26, 1929. CHAS R. FREEMAN, Referee in Bankruptcy 666 is a prescription for COLDS, GRIPPE, FLU, DENGUE BILIOUS FEVER, AND MALARIA It is the most speedy remedy known Stillwater, Okla., August, 29 (Special)- Every part of the pig but the squeal may be utilized, but the lowly peanut beats even that. Every part of the plant is used to some extent, according to James E. Webster, of the agricultural chemistry research department of the Oklahoma A .& M- College, Stillwater. The tops are cured and used as a feed which compares favorably to legume hay.. The nuts are used for a stock feed, and have proven especially popular feed for hogs. The hulls, though apparently useless, can be utilized in a number of ways, Webster says. HULLS CAN BE USED Astonishing indeed are the functions pf the peanut hull.. First it makes a fuel of which three tons equal one ton of coal in fuel value. They can be used to advantage as a fertilizer. They have been used with success to clean tin plate. Even yet the chemist has not despaired, and as a result of his experiments the hull can be used to make wall board, cellulose , which yields artificial silk, and oxloise, a rare sugar. All this from a part of the plant formerly discarded as useless. The peanut has not yet completed its mission iv the world, however. The kernel itse!f hns yet to be used in many ways. Peanut butter is made from the kernel after the husk and germs are removed. It is of high food value, and has well balanced proteins, making it a much more complete protein food than wheat flour. OIL IMPORTANT Peanut flour can be made from the kernel and peanut oil is an important product from which cottonseed* cake is secured. By this time the pig is out-classed, beyond a doubt. But the total achievements have not yet been recited. Other of its products include its use in dynamite, linoleum, dyes, chemicals and candles.-. Truly the peanut can be used in many ways. CHARLEY PLANCK Plumbin. and ElPirtical Wiring Phono 70 MUSKOGEE BUSINESS DIRECTORY ' YDE P Muskogee Swimming, skating, 'dancing, scenic railway,, miniature railroad, shooting gallery, bowling alley, swings.' Free Sunday Baseball. Free Picnic grounds Bring your family for a day of pleasure and Amusement. -- AGENTS INVESTIGATING RECORD OF ED WISEMAN Sallisaw, Okla. August 23,- Gov-ment agents Friday were investigating several matters, including a murder case, in connection with the arrest of Ed Wiseman by Deputy sheriff Bill Bird and chief of police J. A. Brawn-field. - . ' ^ Wiseman was arrested two days ago with a 15 year old Muskogee girl, and held .for investigation, in conr nection with abduction charges. While he was in jail, officers were informed he is believed to be the man who transported a stolen automobile in interstate, commerce from Alabama. ' NeV'^Vorlt Officers - are sending fingerprints of one Frank Natasi, wantf fed for murder in that state, to see if they correspond with those of - Wiseman. -Southwest American. S E E D" J. M. BAILEY SEED CO. 109 N. Main St., Muskogee Quality-Service LOUIS SICKENDICK Locksmith Safes opened and repaired; safes bought and sold; Trunk, bag and suit case repairing. Phone 4466. 117 S. 3rd, Muskogee Mr.&ffn. J. F. Roberts- Undertakers and Funeral Directors Ambulance Service I Day and Night Agnes Trehtham of Ft. Smith is the guest of her brother, Jim at the home of Mrs. B. G. Fletcher Rev and Mrs. Haygood returned Wednesday night from Medicine Park, near J.awron, where they spent the past eight days. Mrs. Haygood's. mother and brother of Lawton spent some tims with the mnt the park and her sister from Cherokee joined them, there. One interesting phase of the trip was a visit in the Wichita National Forest, where the only. all-State Indian Forest, where .the. .only State Indian fair was in progress. SOMEBODY'S CHEATIN' "One of us is a cheat". "What do you mean?" "What I say. Five minutes ago I had a fifth ace in my boot top and now it is gone.". UTATE OF OKLAHOMA COUNTY OF ADAIR SS In District Court. J|. F. Roberts, Plaintiff vs. No. 3178 George Pritchett, et al., Defendants. THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA, To tlie unknown heirs, executors, administrators, devisees, trustess and assigns of Ked Pritchett, deceased: You are hereby notified that you have been sued by the plamtiff, J. F. Roberts in the above entitled cause, and that you must answer the petition filed by said plaintiff against you in the District Court of Adair county, Oklahoma, on or before the 14th day of September, 1929, or said petition will be taken as true and judgment rendered accordingly, declaring that piaintiff is the owner of an undivided one-half interest in and to 'he Northeast quarter of the Southwest quarter and the Northeast quarter of the Southeast quarter of the Southwest quarter of Secti6n 23, Township ^21 North'and Range 13 East, Tulsa county, Oklahoma, and the Southeast quarter of the Southeast quarter of the Northwest quar'T r>T '.'. -tion 24, Township 14 i,...... . '. Range 25 East, Adair County, Oklahoma, and that George Pritchett is the owner of the other one-half interest in and to said lands; and that Julia Shell, nee Pritchett and George Pritchett, surviving children, are the sole and only heirs of Red Pritchett, deceased; and that the plaintiff and George Pritchett are the only persons having any right, title, interest or estate in or to said lands, and that said lands be partitioned to and among the owners of said interests therein, and that any and all other person or persons whomsoever be excluded from any right, title, interest or estate in or to said land, or any part thereof. Dated this the 1st day of Aug. 1929. J. H. SIXKILLER, Court Clerk. (Seal) By Allene Briggs, Deputy. (Published in The Adair County Democrat, Stilwell, Okla., in the issues of August 2, 9, 16, 23, and 30, 1929.) rlTTH^TioljNW^cmjRT STATE OF OKLAHOMA ADAIP. COUNTY, SS In t'? matter of the guardianship of Jack Nakedhead, Incompetent, S. J. Starr, Guardian No. 1005 Probate ORDER FOR HEARING PETITION TO SELL REAL ESTATE BY GUARDIAN.. Now, on this 15th day of August, 1929, comes S. J. Starr as guardian of the person and estate of said ward having filed herein his. petition for the sale of the real estate of said ward for the reasons in said petition stated. IT IS ORDERED, That said petition be and .is hereby set for hearing on the 30th day of August, 1929, at 10 o'clock A. M. at which time the next of kin and all persons interested in the estate of said ward;are required to appear and show cause','if any they hsve, why an order should not be grant ed for the sale of so much of the real estate of said ward as is neccessary for the reasons in said petition stated, and that personal service hereof be made up on said next of kin and persons interest ed in the estate of said ward as required by law. It is further ordered that a copy of this order be published for two succ essive weeks, inthe Adair County Dem ocrat a newspaper of.general circulation publised in. Stilwell, Adair County, Qkla ' homa :Dated Jhis 15th day of August 1929. � ��� ' (SEAL) : W. A. SCOFIELD, County Judge. ;

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