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   Adair County Democrat (Newspaper) - September 13, 1929, Stilwell, Oklahoma                                THE REAL JOB Progress cannot be built upon a rotten foundation. Let's Clean flp and Build up Adair County A I) AIR COUNTY'S LKADINU  NEWSPAPER ADAIR CO. FREE FAIR The Show Place of Adair Co. Plan to Attend . September 18, 19 20, 21 VOLUME NUMBER 32. STILWELL, OKLAHOMA,    FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 13, 1929. NUMBER 31. PRODUCTION IS ON INCREASE AT HEE Output is Almost Doubled in the Four Days 'of Operation at New Cheese Plant With only 2,000 pounds of milk to start operations on Monday the amount of milk bought by the new cheese plant here has steadily increased until on Thursday they had more than 3500 pounds according to E..W. Gann, manager. "If the milk continues to increase at the present rate, we will reach the capacity of the vat in a very short time," Mr. Gann said. "The rapid growth is most pleasing to us and is greater than we ever expected. Only two or three cans of milk have been turned down at the plant because the milk was clabbered when it reached here. In some instances this is due to the delay of the route man but most of the time it is the result of improper care of the milk ,or cans, Mr Gann stated. "Cans should be thoroughly washed and scalded and aired, if possible. The nights milk should be strained into the can and the can placed in some cool place .The morning's milk should not be put in the can any earlier than possible before the route man takes up the cans. Then, the milk should always be stirred when the new milk is added to old to keep it from clabbering." Mr. Gann advised. Fair Officials Prepare STIL WELL-The Home of the Adair County Free Fair STiaiiliiTO TO* N.j. 0. A. C. All Delagates Present  /ote For Re-admission of Stigler High School CHEROKEE BAPTIST ASSOCIATION HOLDS ANNUAL MEET HERE 1500 People Attend   60TH    Annual Meeting at Salem Church Near Here At a meeting of the delegates of tn>: N. E. O. A. C. delegates at Muskogee Staturday Stigler was readmitted to the conference by a vote of live to one- Tahlequah not being rep resented. Coach Emmett McLemore and Supt. J. G. Ward of Stilwell were present at the meeting. Mr. Ward, as vice-president of the league, served as temporary chairman in the absence of. the president. According to a ruling put into ef feet at this meeting, each athlete will receive only one sweater for his service in any one line of Sport during his entire high school career. Most of the time of the conference was devoted to contracting of conference games. The schedule as completed for Stilwell appears elsewhere in this is.sue. LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS TO CHEESE FACTORY FUND The Cljrer cee Uaptist Ohurch at Salem, seven miles southeast of w...-well, was host to over 1500 visitors from all parts of Eastern Oklahoma, on Thursday, Friday Saturday and Sunday of last week when the sixtieth annual session of the Cherokee Baptist Association was in session there. Approximately 41 Cherokee Baptist churches in Eastern Oklahoma nad delegates present to take part in the general church association and in the Sunday school and Women's Missionary Society meetings. Kev. Lacy Scuggins of Spavinaw was elected Moderator for the coming year; Joe B. Feather of Stilwell was re-elected as clerk; Rev. John B. Acorn of Stilwell was re-elected as treasurer and Rev. Richard Glory was re-elected as interpreter. The next meeting of the association will be held with. Standing Rock church at Salina, beginning on Thursday before the second Sunday in Uf> tober, 1930. A table estimated to be 100 yards long was erected with a cook camp at each end. The food was placed on the table and the crowd took their turn at eating. Eighteen pigs, two cows and 75 chickens were used in   feeding the guests. The preaching was in Cherokee and interpreted into English. PIRATE SCHEDULE Sept. 20-Warner Aggies at Stilwell. ^ept. 24- Muskogee at Stilwell (Tentative.) Oct. 4- Open. Oct. 11- Sallisaw at Stilwell. Oct. 18- Stigler at Stigler. Oct. 25- Tahlequah at Stilwell. Nov. 1- Wagoner at Wagoner. Nov 8- Checotah at Ohecotah. Nov. 15- Haskell at Haskell. Nov. 22.- Eufaula at Stilwell. Nove. 28- Sequoyah Indian Training School at Stilwell( Tentative.) PATRONS CLUB ORGANIZED AT CAVE SPRINGS SCHOOL Over DISTRICT FAIRS THIS WEEK AT WATTS, CHRISTIE, BUNCH 100 Present at Initial Meeting At Union Grade No. 1, Thursday Night Adair County Democrat  ....$ 25.00 Adair County Gleaner......... 25.00 Amos Handle  Factory........ 10.00 Arkoma Grain Co............ 25.00 Allison, P. A................. 5.00 Bone Stave Co............... 10.00 Callaway, A. M............... 10.00 Carson Grocery .............. 25.00 Carson, C. J.................. 25.00 Consolidated  Stores  Co....... 50.00 Cox, Bruce................... 5.0U Cox, J. L. & Co............... 10.00 Chambers, Dr. D. P.......... 10.00 j City Tire Shop............... 10.00 Crescent Drug Store.......... 50.00 Cook & Etheridge............ 25.00 Cox,  Burl.................... 10.00 Dodgen, J. M................. i.oO Dyke Lumber Company ...... 25.00 Farmers Produce Co.......... 25.00 Fellows, Leo.................. 25.0-0 First National Bank.......... 100.00 First State Bank.............. 100.00 Fletcher Hardware Co......... 100.00 Gordon Cafe       .......... 5.00 Green Frog   ................. 10.00 Goodall, John A.-.............. 10.00 Harper, Herbert.............. 10.00 Hawes, Everette.............. 50.00 Hill, Sid, Barber Shops........ 10.00 Leeper Abstract Co........... 10.00 W. C. Lee & Co............. 25.00 Martin,  W.  H...............- 10.00 Mathis, J. L.................. 5.00 Mattox, K. L................. 5.00 Mitchell,  Van................ 5.00 McCasland, Tom.............. 10.00 Nill's Cash Market........ 10.00 Poynor, Dr. E. E............. 10.00 Peck's Coffee Shoppe.......... 2.50 Pugh-Bishop Chev. Co......... 25.00 Pugh, E. R................... 5.00 Roberts Undertaking Co....... 10.00 Rogers Hardware Co......... 100.00 Seaman-Packard Lbr. Co...... 25.00 Square Deal Product- Co..... 5.00 Stilwell Telephone.   CO.-...... 50.00 Scofield, W.  A............... 10.00 Scuthworth, J. W............. 5.00 Towry  tiros.................. IZ.i'J Wells, C. K................... 5.00 White, J. M....... .......... 15.00 Wen-sham Cash Grocery...... 15.00 FIRST PEP MEETING HELD MONDAY NIGHT Coach McLemore   Believes   Stilwell Will Have Winning Team This Season THE LETTER BOX We have had a freat deal of comment on our "Letter Box" which started last week, and we take this methocj of inviting our readers to use this department of the Democrat for constructive criticism or any other purpose that? will further the interests of our town, community^ and county. 1 ' We invite our sympathizers aif' well as our knockers to take part in these discussions. It' is much better for the public to have the vievf^ point of both sides of a question'it:' they are to form a correct opinion. Vj Make your letters as brief as. pas-l-sible and sign them. If yoiij^on't' want your name to appear, we'will  .sign a fictuous name, but no UnH. signed communications will be; printed. THE ED1TOK About 150 citizens, students, teachers and players attended the first pep-meeting of the season at the high school auditorium Monday night. The meeting was called for the football in an effort to get more of the purpose of creating more interest in boys fo come out for practice. From 25 to 30 candidates have been reporting for practice, McLemore said, but more are needed. Wren Fletcher, one of the speakers of the meeting, said that each business man should select some boy and encourage him to go in for athletics. He believes it has much to do with the future success of any boy. Supt. J. G. Ward acted as chairman of the gathering and introduced Joe Lynch as the first speaker. Mr. Lynch soared to oratorical heights in telling of the many advantages of sport and school loyalty. He especially was loud in his praise of the work McLemore is doihg and stated that other schools were beginning to cast a wanton eye toward our coach. Other speakers of the evening were E. B. Arnold, W. A. Woodruff, C. K. Wells, Olin Perkins, J. L. Mathis, Albert Carlson and Mrs. H. W. Burch. The Peppetts furnished songs and yells for the evening. ~~ NO CHAPTER THIS WEEK, On acount of having to devote.; jo/J much time to the Fair this .Weefe; ;{t-ij was impossible to get enough data it)-; gether for our Chapter.  We promts? you a "double dose" next week. THE EDITOR   ! Carnival, Rodeo, and Football Game Will be Features of Fair Here Next Week The cast is ready and the stage is set for the curtain to rise early Wednesday morning on Adair County's greatest Free Fair.      / Thousand of exhibits arc being prepared, the Rodeo fences and schutes are built, a big carnival and show company has been engaged to play all week, and the Stilwell Pirates will -.meet the Warner Aggies in the first football game of the season. The people of Adair County will have a chance to attend four days of biggest celebration that has ever been *tagcd in the county. No expense has been spared in bringing attractions here for the amusement of the visitors. �vA-, large tent will be erected and booths will be used by the various merchants to display their product*. A good program has been worked [Out for Friday, which is school day. 'All schools of the county will be dis- | ;missed on that day and the fair officials will turn their efforts to entertaining the young visitors..    " ' Hundreds of dollars in prizes are J being offered and will be paid to the I people of the county. If you want your share of the money and the publicity that goes with winning, prepare your exhibits carefully and bring them to BOOSTER TRIPS BEING MADE The Stilwell Chamber of Coin> merce has been sponsoring boost^f; trip to various communities over the1 county this week. The first was held' at Christie Tuesday night. Joe Lynch! and W. A. Woodruff were the principal speakers. Music is being furnished forthe1 meetings by George Blevins of1 Heav- ionships, and Agnew Sharp of Christie, champion banjo player. � ' The meeting was held at Pirieyi Wednesday night, at Bunch Thursday night and the boosters will go to ' Watts tonight. MORE PRIVATE Girl Friend: Charlie, what do you triink of the community drive? Charlie: Oh, I know a much better place to park than that. ..Three district fairs will be held this week. The first one. was !3t C-iristie Thursday. No report hasjjbeen received on the attendance an^ exhibits there. ;': . .Today, fairs are being held,- at Watts and at Bunch. These two places always have good exhibits and y.cjji will enjoy attending either.        : i' -.--_- Join the Chamber of Commerce 1 Over 100 people of the Union Grad; No. 1, school district answered the call Thursday night for a meeting to_ form a Partons Club. Organization was perfected and officers were elected as follows: W. L. Phipps, president; G. E. Casey, vice-president, and Mrs. E. L. Castle, secretary-treasurer. E. L. Castle, superintendent of the Cave Springs high school explained the purpose of such an organization and received enthusiastic support from the patrons. The club will take as its job the general improvement of the school and school conditions. They will endeavor to promote cooperation betwe'en patrons and the teachers and pupils. The club has as one community entertainment as one of its motives, will meet on the first Thursday night of each month. ��' ,   �     -:--- Miss Evelyn Yocum is leaving here this week for Stillwater where she will enter the A. & M. College. 25.00 25.00 25.00 5.00 5.00 Woodruff, W. A.. . . Worley, C. A....... Yoe, H. O......... FARMER'S LIST Auifett, Bill........ Brashears, L. S..... Briggs, Garve ..'.............. 5.00 iilakemore,  Ray.............. 5.U0 iilanck, C. S................. 5.00 Carslile,  John............... 10.0U Carson,  S.  G................. 5.00 Davidson, J. M............... 5.00 Davis, C. C................... 10.00 Essary, A. R................. 5.00 Gore, Lee.................... 5.00 Hayman, H. B................ 10.00 Hell-wick, W. H.............. 5.00 Keene, J. V................... 10.00 .Michel!, - J. V................. 5.00 Patterson, John.............. 10.00 Reed, E. D................ 5.00 Smith, Eli.................... "> " Smith, Dan.................. 10.0U White, B. A................... 5.00 White, O. O. ...............'. 5.00 Worley, J. L......... ........ 5-00 Worley, Luke................. 5.00 Vick T. M................... 10.00 Join the Chamber of Commerce! Political rumblings already being heard i (By THE OBSERVER) With the primaries almost a year I away, already the rumblings of politics | can be hezrd over the county. A hint of this-a breath of that- | ener, who has won 12 fiddling champ-ta three cornered conversation up the :--j �------ "�-----   �      ' '-^street-a huddled gathering in the corridors of the court house-and another | ^campaign is being born. i There is little definitely settled as' vet but both parties are getting things lined up for a victory .You hear rumors jof a stronger Democratic party .organization-and all the leaders seem to | think that is what is needed. � The Republicans plan to ride through "on their old "war horses,'1 it seems. gProbably Corley,   Bunch,   Scofield, j*Walls, Barnett and Woods will   be candidates for reelection. Dame rumor has it that McCasland will make the race for assessor and Henry Sixkiller will attempt to step into McCa'sland's 'shoes. Not so much is known of the other party's plans. Langley and Starr will) probably be in the race for reelection. -[Smith of Watts says he will try for -the treasurer's place   again.   Barker! .will probably be in the race, again and l it is not known whether both White | and Adair will try again or not. Anyhow it's going to be a hot race with perhaps a different score than last year. ' *->r Church accompanied Mrs. Church to Norman Monday where She will spend the school year with hei sons, Jack and Robert whtfVare' students in the University and Doris and Sidney who will attend a grade> school there. Mrs. Finch and daughter Louise, went as far as Tulsa with the Churches, and spent the day there. . '�'' ;'k'   '"! | Miss Geneve Fretwell of Miami, Pla., as the guest of Mr. arid Mrs. TfjfK Blanck last week end. tilwell Pirates vs Warner Aggies FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20 At Ball Park Kickoii, 3 P.M. Be there to boost for the Pirates at the first game of the season. Mrs. Chas Hughes and baby son, Charles F. Junior came home Wednes day from St. Edward's hospital in Ft. Smith. AN OLD CUSTOMER Wm. Baird, who lives on route , four, was among the 27 people who ' came in last week to renew their j subscription or become a new subscriber to the Democrat. : Mr. Baird stated that he subscribed for the Democrat 23 years ago and had been reading it under various names ever since.    : We shouldn't say this, but it's rather hard to keep-he says "I like it now better than ever before. I think you are doing a wonderful' Awork. Keep it up. '   A lot of people have been saying some mighty nice things lately, and ' we thank you one and all.   

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