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   Adair County Democrat (Newspaper) - October 4, 1929, Stilwell, Oklahoma                                "Cussed by a Few  Discussed by Many = Read by All" THE REAL JOB Progress cannot be built up-on a rotten foundation. Let's Clean up and Build up Adair County ADAIR COUNTY'S LEADING NEWSPAPER A   GOOD   NEWSPAPER IN A GREAT COMMUNITY I VOLUME NUMBER 32. STILWELL, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1929. JURY LIST IS ANNOUNCED FOR OCTOBER COURT List    Drawn    Wednesday    Includes Names From all Parts of the Oounty The list of jurors drawn Wednesday of this week for the October term of District court is as follows: Jim Leak, Christie. Harve Redmon, Westville. N. H5. Nickens, Watts. Charlie Bradford, Baron. Jim Richardson, Stilwell. Abe Allison, Westville. WU1 Collins, Stilwell. Ed Woodruff, Stilwell. Gay Bare, Westville. Gus Hancock, Stilwell. Charley Cagle, Stilwell. Elmer Choate, Bunch. W. D. Williams, Westville. W. W. Whitmire, StUwell. Geore Bean, Stilwell. Doc Mills, Stilwell. Tom Wolfe, Proctor. Joe Hornsby, Stilwell. Lucian Freeman, Watts. H. W .Burch, Stilwell. Jim West, StUwell. D. E. Towry, Stilwell. Adam Bean, Baron. Claude Rhodes, Stilwell. L. A. Dobbins. Stilwell. - M. M. Smith, Christie. Ollie Hembree, Stilwell. Ben Bennett, Westville. Henry Guess, Westville. John Dees, Watts. -- vr A T T S By W. G. White"      ".' At a meeting of A. H. T. A. Lodge the following officers were elected for the ensuing year; president, C. G. Bryant; vice president, J. E. Dees; secretary, R. A. Houston; treasurer, Virgil Arnold; Marshal, W. W. Keele; guard, A. Bouyear; chaplain, Cor. secretary, W. G. White; delegate to attend State Convention, J. E. Dees. J. M. Russel carpenter for the K. t:. S., who has been with his outfit at Joplin came home for a few days vacation Sunday. J. W. Ayers is in Fort Smith and Paris this week on a business trip. Among those motoring to the aviation field on the state line west of Siloam Springs Sunday afternoon, were Mr. and Mrs. James Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Russell and Prof. W. G. Lewis and wife. They went to inspect the manouvers of the planes in the flying instructions now being given there. The field is only five miles north of Watts. A. Bouyear, C. G. Bryant and James Dees were all in Stilwell Saturday consulting the county attorney on a law enforcement problem in which the Anti-Thief lodge is investigating and expect to push to conviction. At a public dance held at the home of J. O. Pruit here in town Saturday night, a ladies coat was stolen from a car of Mr. Pruitt's son-in-law, parked near the house, valued at twenty dollars. Houston and Willey are putting on Uncle Tom's Cabin pictures next Tuesday and Wednesday nights. This will be theofilm's first appearance here and should dra wa good house. This writer well remembers when he first saw Uncle Tom, Liza, Legree, Little Eva and the blood hounds at Galena, Kansas, more than forty five years ago. They all looked very real to us, a lad of fifteen years. We've read the book. two or three times and Would like to read it again. The book made its author, Harriet Beecher  Stowe, famous and was a stimulous in bringing the slavery question to its ultimate end. � ... _�. .!.:...:.. Robert Willis received a fractured collar bone Tuesday evening while working with the local team on a try-out in the athletic field. About a dozen members of the -JSp-worth League enjoyed a lawn party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Williams, a mile south; of' town, Friday evening. Refreshmen'tti'iwere served at the close of the gathering. Mr. and Mrs. William's son, L&*nd wife have been here from Kariias'CSty visiting their parents and the^young people NUMBER 34. MUZZLE YOUR DOG Monroe Bennett, 13-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Bennett was bitten by a dog Saturday afternoon that had hydrophobic. .A serum treatment is bciiiK given the hoy. ..It was learned that oilier dogs had hcen attacked and bitten by this one and an epidemic of hydrophobia is expected to break out ':f Precautions arc not taken. To prevent this as much as possible. Mayor R. -B. Worsham has issued a proclatniation that all dogs in the town of Stilwell shall be kept up or muzzled for the next thirty days".. Dogs caught loose in lown without muzzles will be kill-id, according to Worsham. PETITION SIGNED BY MAJORITY OF PROPERTY OWNERS Resolution    Passed , by    Board In Session Tuesday Night After being presented with a petition signed by a majority of the property owners On Division Street, the Board of Trustees of the Town ot Stilwell adopted paving resolution No. 2 at their regular meeting Tuesday night. The resolution declares the necessity of grading, drainage and paving of Division street from the west line of Front Street to the east line of Third Street and states that the estimates submjtrod.by the Holway construction company have been examined and approved. A few weeks ago the board engaged the Holway Engineering Company of Tulsa to make the survey and estimate. The estimate was submitted to the property owners of Division Street and more than half of them have signed a petition asking the Board of Trustees to ask for bids to pave the three blocks named in the petition. According to the resolution passed Tuesday night property owners still have an opportunity to protest the paving for fifteen days after the notice has been published. If, however, the owners who have signed the petition asking for the paving] do not change their minds, sufficient protests cannot be filed to hold up the work of paving the three blocks on Division street. while they were here . Bill Hensley is conducting a singing school at Oak 'Hill school house, giving his first lesson on Monday night of this week. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Houston have sold their confectionery and notion store to J. B. Crockett, who took charge Monday. He will combine a stock of shoes with the business and also operate a u1 it proved to be hefty enough to hang a 7 to 0 defeat on the Central High school grid crew when the two met on the siizling gridiron at Athletic park yesterday. The toutfbttown was made by a pass, quarterback to enflj and Trentham, who flung the pass, smashed the line for the extra* point. The locals made gains, plenty of 'em but wheh they got in easy scoring distance,, for some reason the play was always called against the right side �>' the Stilwell line, which was just the same as brushing up against a platoon of Strangled Lewises. Muskogee kicked'off and then heM nicely, forcing th)e visitors to kick, and they were plenty good at that act, as Arnold, massive center, booted consistently for many more yards than any kicker the Roughers uncovered. On his first try the big boy shot the pigskin sailing down the. field for 42 yards. Little Mac Shines A. McElreath, smaller - of the brother team, made a sensational return of the punt, sliding through the entire Stilwell team and golloping 31 yards before h> was overhauled. When tackled Mac dropped the ball, but. it was^ rescued by-Johnson. Mac made many pretty returns of punts before the game ended. The Roughers then began a march down the field that looked certain to end in a touchdown, but a fumble gave the visitors time to get their breaths and they were never again in danger during the first hall. While the Roughers were making their brilliant but brief drive, �E. Mc Elreath looked like Red Grange, but he didn't look so good when he let the ball trickle from his grasp. As the game wore on the superiority of the Stilwell kickers began to be noticeable. Captain Charley Jones was at a disadvantage in punting, as the visitors bowled his line over and swarmed upon him frequently. Plot TMckens Late in the third quarter me Central skipper attempt to kick, but the ball boomed against the hreast of a charging Stilwell linesman and was recovered by a Stilwell player on the Rougher 30-yard line. About that time the quarter was over and while the Roughers were, taking a shot el water the visitors plenned their downfall. On the very first play of the last quarter; Trentham, - StUwell quarterback, rifled a pass to Adair, end that was good for 20 yards and then Adair trotted serenly along for the final 10 yards, a victory for his team and a dark blot on the eBcutchen of tWe C�n-tralities. � Then came a series of mishaps lor the locals. Penalties, illegal plays and frostrated smashes against the eoBd Stilwell line; stopped the green-s��fe� boys several times just a* h appeared that they would crash' over Jot a dhjance to tie the count.!  Boys Gain     Confidence   After Defeating Muskogee Last       .  ,|| �   Week If - [II With a 7 to 0 win over Muskogee; Central High School under their belt, the Stilwell Pirates will go into the;|l game with Rogers, Arkansas   High!| school today with new confidence-$ and some new players. | The probable lineup for the game  today is: Left end .................. Curtis Left Tackle ................ Lemlng;| Left Guard............ Cap. Scofield| Center..........   ....... Arnold J Right Guard     ........ Baldridge! Right Tackle .......... J. Sixkiller Right End.................. Adair Quarterback ............Trentham Left Half.............. Langley. || Right Half ................ Fletcherfl Fullback ............ G. Sbikuler.|| Langley and Baldridge are new men f that will have their first tryout in[ this game. Langley looks good at halt; and if he plays the game like he does in practice, he is going to be hard to catch for some of the older men. Fletcher and Adair play consistently; good football and look better   than: ever this week. Just a word for the olds reliable center, Arnold. The Muskogee yarn shows that Arnold is perhaps thei. best punter in the conference because || Stilwell shows up with 11 punts for an average of 31 yards each.. In fact, those who have been watching >he workouts each afternoon each week cay that McLemore ha3 the team l| in beltei shape this week than they.1 have ever seen them. The line is a solid wall and the backfielc is beginning to know how to get through a hole cfter it is made. The Coach has been working on some new plays this week that are calcu-| lated to make R jgers i little dizz, McLemore is playing the game this! year on the prinriual that the fighter! is the m�n who needs to be on thei field- and is having some excel'ent results. The mer. havt come to real'ze that they can hold their'position only by working hard every day-and most of them are doing that very thing. Rogers comes with a repution of having one of the strongest teams in Northwest Arkansas, having beaten Watts last week by a large count. We are not oyer confident but we predict'j the following score: I StUwell......................... 2p| Rogers ........................ 7j Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Rogers and! their guest, Mrs. H. C. Curtley visited f friends in Afton, Oklahoma Monday. --- Dr.^and Mrs. D. P. Chambers are|| in Muskogee today attending the fair.| Mrs. George Shannon and daughter,!! Chrystine, Mrs. Roy Reece and Vera| Fowler attended the state fair in Muskogee, Wednesday. --   � , Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Shannon and | family left this week for Tulsa where j they expect to make their home. Pugh-Bishop Chevrolet company | unloaded a carload of new Chevrolet ] Sixes this week. -- Mrs. Leo Fellows and daughter Ed-ra, visited Lowee and Haldane Fellows j in Fayettville Sunday. ; -- Join the Chamber of Commerce,] The lineup: STILWELL MUSKOGEjy Curtis...........  Ie Jbhc|t65?| Leming             it Jones (c,) Scofield (c),..... lg Sterling, Arnold......----- c Lowiyil J. Sixkiller...... rg Lincoln; I Cox............ rt KollockJ!) Adair                re ' Howell|[ Trentham      gf RUdd: Fletcher          lh E. Mclreatn| G, Sixkiller        rh Beavent'i McNatt        ,  fb A. MdreatSI Score by periods: 's � ' gmusKogee u vy u v|| ' Stilwell 0 0 0 7|| 74   

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