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Adair County Democrat Newspaper Archive: January 7, 1938 - Page 1

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   Adair County Democrat (Newspaper) - January 7, 1938, Stilwell, Oklahoma                                Pi City Hafl i�d Gravelling Project . WW it* Separate Issue* January 28 is the date set by the city council for the vote on, two bond issues, one to construct with WPA aid a new city hall,, and the ther, also with WPA aid, to gravel, streets and buil'* culverts and bridgds. The city hall project, for which bonds in the amount of $4900 will be issued, will cost approximately $17,000. All of the town's share of the cost will be spent for material and equipment rental. The remaining $12,100 will be'used for labor.' \ On the second question, $4600, will be issued. As-hi the first instance, the %bney7_will go for material, with t heWpA supplying approximately $18,000 for labor. It believed that every street In town can J?e graveled? that a large number of concrete! culverts can be built, and. that much curb and gutter construction can be done on'this sinn.. :>. The cost to property,owners' will be, roughly, an increase of/, 80 cent a hundred over their present taxes, -according to tb�* tity.council' �'��? v � -   *  Clark Moss,u. W#&' jadiosjnia strafor, staid Wednesday ; that both -projects had} presidential approval and that work would i^The sidewalk project was ok- (.sAlton,jbcp.of*, itr�'and Mri^ AUen of Stilwell, {was,qay*teribusly shot. fetPhoen-fot, PMfifcon&' December 81 and djjrotthr^ days- later in a Phoenix, hospital,. Tfletoody, being; shipped from PhpefiixTwnl arrive here Friday nighfc, the/Roberts Funerafchome anmAipced. No plans .have been made Tor the funeral Democrat Oi&-6^'sia^^-ita The^iei^ ^ J^Officte ^Opposition !>,-:v.;' .      -^ipies'--'-'.-1'--,'-.'-' ADAIR AIR Cleve Bullette . .-I Ottte> interests toeing shown Details of the shooting are un- by. democrats, of Adair county known, it was announced^ in the comingpreeiiibt meetings Young Allen was a former resi- and ejection!, bf a/cdunty chaiti' dent of Stilwell. Iman,!it was observed this week. r   *�-, �     -.'Or*-*  IThe precinct meetmgs will./be heid-'^th^;i'egularivbtih'g;pla: of''^^^�cinp over the chairmanship for the countyhaverapparehtly "died out. Received: a warning. ;!   Only 6n�.candidate appears tc The Warning:   "We'll blovrbe in the field'for this chairman^ him out of the waCer."   <        ship;-. Mrs.. Chloe Jones, wife oi* the answer: blow. 1 I postmaster/ and Fred Allison .-.* * * * [WestviUe postmaster, have de- W; M. Hamacher, thrifty! cided to run Luther Simmons 6i farmer-of this area, sete an*ex-'| Westyille for "county, chairman cellent example for others -who Mrs* Johesr publically declared till the soil to follow. On ten. last weeki-.'-Mrs.,Jones herself acres of thin lfihd, Mr. Hamach- j will seek the viceHchairmanshipv er succeeded thi)B ye^tria-raising!; Simmons could not be reached 60 bushels of coro. He used one: for? confirmatioir of his*,,candid horse, a five.-tboth /cultivator, and plowed his corn five times. v To many farmers, who know the quality of the soil on Mr. HMmacher's place/ this is- qnite an agricultural feat.' BUt i*Mri; Hamacher declareJB that, anyone �an^do4t if they'll just get out _________y^.very^ Enjoyable ten 'day vacaTlon for Christmas fcnd New Y first class pump- .Moving has. been;.in progress theipast week...,Stony PointM f fflSMcf a ,cobblest!on& soon tb'raiiBe fumis f6r further tome and other improvements, operation, the organization'? iJF' aiJ^ .M?B? Charley Down- president, C. K. Wells, announcing are living m the log hpuse ed Thursday- , v building,   i   The programs will:   spent the' weekend in Schaberg, *'': and Mrs. Xos Allen of Watts yijsited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. & A. AUen last Friday^ Mr. and Mrs; Eugene Cortwell of Stilwell., have moved to this community.^ ;:;i;; 1 :� . The, WPA is making quite .an improvement at this school. & a|. thjs time in ^.^rgJ^M Inactivemarke+ ^ ^hWsBnl&Snch produce is �ise3^n^ largeis^�>nd sold "" " ibr^raie^|m|r: ' ;i�ul^^ near the community Dunmng. (Contnmeid oh page 2)   . ,. Jior theVdif^fnf;'^l^ai^M^-y'i The small son of Mr* and Mrs Edgar Gibson, who has been ilT with pneumonia, is improved. ^^bnfdr.^as *WS�V Jess HogfahiSolier is on th|"sicK lisVth^eefc : "" '" B^;Wac^ wag in StUwell M6hdayr dn business. *;; George Rairasey went'to Fort Sinith a^ter-a. load? of feed for the;;Ske^y Ranch. Monday The new road from CheVey to Chance iBalbtnclst completed. It V?iU:be a'gocd^rbad when they get it finished.    Our new project for the schoo: house at Ohewey will begin in a few,days and patrons are anxious to have-ane^bunding. A. L. Right lost a .fat heifer and: Tom .Walker lost three hogs the past week,' .Mfeses Ella;andLucill0Lingle spent Sufiday' in Noel. Mfr* visit ing friends. Vester ESsary and Esk^l FJs-sary left Sunday to' resume their, studies at Afrjua^flL Coljejfe^t Stillwater. l>       k   * TITANIC mi SPADE MTf  Mjrs^jTom^MjiansM th!e�ni& fortune of breaking ,hev avm last week. .     -V  ' ' � s * Several people1' arei cleaning tne cemetery^xhi|^^e^K.^ ^ wJfeo moved a^ay fibout a year ago are plannhfg to move back tbr^'cp^namity. " 'Mr?. Ellis has. moved..on�hia fila^^.TiteniA and Vance Charles who lived on the Ellis place his movPd near Biddings ,Mr/febft,dff moysd^tft Eldon jb^Milter^was intStilweU.las" -Rooking good around here cpimidaripg it 'wasvplanted late l&t.fiuF    \* Wf-\tivi *abJM -424289 73, ingof entertainment, y   ;, �tXt S^^Stor �nd �� J�* hive IS rt^S' �turned home from Port Smith ~ Mr; and- Mr^. Lbyd Harrison of this community are the. proud parents of a 9 one half ponnd bab'y.'boy. : J,L.Gravftti8 reported o� the sfck li^thiaiweek,/but h^cpn^ dition fs;rapidly tmp^mg;: There was! a fanifiy reunion at the home   'ed by Judge E. A; Sunimers to 4o years "in thi penitentiary;- at-Mc- I^ts for an, aye/age;3reduc-126 miUfl in the ctfimty. i u; real estafejasesaed val-v ^ �ade by ^8essor.W*yhe rtotalpersighalvtaatable^valu-as:/are' $841i?b3;-^V'- �V--^] xae)re we 12 tixpayhig units Jije feounty, three i6ity 'classi-00%and nine t6wnships.'For Restate, the foUowing valu-1^.are set.and/the number :fmg the valuation is^ the created revenue^rfor 1938;/ J^d^l^sWp V$lg^04^ 54:63;. Chance -:$108,078^-$2iy 5.1t8; Westville township $137 :S8; Stilwell town $lp|| ^te^ell^ch^P5 J6582.19,; Wa the first of thei Bi Conflicting stprie�: about the motiyeof theshogtingiwe^e current during Eldridge mcarcera-tibh. Hehu�sei^aec^t^J" "tEat he killed his brother to protect the honor of his home. . ; Ferguson jmade a thorough hunt for the killer 6ple and AT^bna^spehf^nli^ ' wjth his wife and daughters.   ^W&B - Mr. and Mrs. Boyd/ Rogers,       J^^H^M^ / m m 11 v^o: haveT been#;.^feitm^ Rogers' mother, Mrs; J. Wi.Ayi ^$W^^ ers, during the holidays returni !t alip|pnpce^^?nfe ^d to their home ^Eldpr^ ^fMW^l^ , Arkansasi Wednesday.- .n^^jdfc-^jfflkrt^ ^^ ' lu^�p^B^^e5^i^ppl, fat No". 27 and-Unton Hill, DMJ- "^pfld 1 fqr bnfelf >t No. W were odinpjeed Dr^' |COUNTt^C||( Three of-the? uca-1ihe ompleed Dei my8elf.to ^tart ^ leasant BB ^hooVtbuBes Dis| ict No. 10 were coiipletea ol {ec�mbef.I2;V, ,7 rH s The wmw&i " ed,--play. g�n|nP>l waQs^pah^^g We �4U ,   

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