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Adair County Democrat (Newspaper) - October 11, 1929, Stilwell, Oklahoma "Cussed by a h ew = Discussed by Many  Read by All" THE REAL JOB Progress cannot be built upon a rotten foundation. Let's Clean up and Build up Adair County ADAIR. COUNTY'S LEADING NEWSPAPER A GOOD NEWSPAPER IN A GREAT COMMUNITY VOLUME NUMBER 32. STILWELL, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1929 NUMBER 35 PIRATES MEET OLDEST RIVALS IN GAME TODAY Locals Expect to Hang First Defeat of History on Sallisaw Team This Year With the scalps of the Muskogee and Rogers teams hanging on their belts, the Stilwell Pirates expect to make the Sallisaw "lack Diamonds, "walk the plank" in the first conference game of the season here today. . .Mac's team is in the pink of condition and they are heated to the boiling point by the fires of defeats and ties that have been handed them by the Sallisaw griders for the past few years. The Salisaw line up is decidedly weaker than it has been for three years, acording to observers. The Stilwell line and backfield has never been better- so Sallisaw may expect to leave for home this afternoon beaten by at least three touchdowns. . .We quote below an article from the Sallisaw Democrat of last week. . ."One of the bigest games of the sea-eon will be with the Stilwell Pirates at Stilwell next Friday.. The PirateB are coached by Emmit McLemore former Haskell star. The Black Diamonds are going to Stilwell to try to repeat a victory 6f last season over the Pirates. Sallisaw has defeated the Stilwell crew for the last three seasons the scores being, 1926, Sallisaw 19, Stilwell 7; 1927, Sallisaw 6, Stilwell 0; 1928, Sallisaw 2, Stilwell 0. This year the game is expected to be much closer than ever before.. Xhe Ogle-Diamonds are going to try to make it their fourth consecutive victory over the Pirates., while the McLemore men are going to try to halt the winning Black Diamond. The Stilwell team is built up around Benny Adair, former Sallisaw star and Trentham quarterback, Arnold center and Sixkiller are the mainstays of the Pirates team. Stilwell has one of the best lines ever produced in this part of the state, Pirate fans say. "John Wheeler, who has been suffering from an infected foot the past week will be able to be in the Black Diamond lineup. Wheeler did not make the trip over to Eufaula. Ogle backs his team around captain Marion Harris halfback. Other men that are largely depended upon are, Wheeler Starr, Starts and Duncan. "A large pep rally will be held next Thursday beginning at the High School and making the loop around town and stop in front of the Sallisaw State bank where yells and songs will be heard to send the Ogle crew to Stilwell to bring home a win. Everybody in town, whether a fan Or not should be up town on that night. This will be one of the largest pep rally's ever held here. The Black Diamonds are not idle this week but are practicing hard every day. The reserves play Webber Falls today at Webber. FRANK STRAUSS FINDS THAT IT PAYS TO FERTILIZE In planting his fall crop of Irish potatoes, Frank Strauss found among other things that it pays to fertilize and to use only certified seeds. He planted a sack of Cobblers and harvested 75 bushels from the four rows which he had fertilized. He had another sack of red potatoes that were not certified. These did not do so well and he did not get a good stand. Only one row of the red potatoes were fertilized. This one row made as many potatoes as the other three rows that were not fertilized. KAFFIR CORN AND MAZE ARE PROFITABLE CROPS Frank Strauss, who lives west of town, says that he expects to harvest 25 loads of kaffir corn and maze' from nine acres this year. He says that this is a greater yield than corn would have shown and states that in the 7 years that he has grown these crops he has never had a failure. He recommends this crop to all farmers who have chickens and cows to feed. The stalk is sweet and makes excellent dry cow feed. Outstanding Stilwell Industries Stilwell is making a bid as a small m anufaoturing city after many years as a n agricultural center. Above are shw n three industries which recently have been located there, the Stilwell Ax Handle company at the upper right, the canning factory at the lower left and the cheese factory at the lower right. The remaining picture is of the high school building. ADAIR COUNTY CLUB MEMBERS WIN PLACES AT MUSKOGE FAIR mnong the 4-H club members that were listed as winners at the Muskogee state fair in the list published in the Muskogee Phoenix last Saturday: Byrd Kelley of Stilwell and clarence Williams of Westville reecived third place in the Agricultural Engineering club contest; Maxine Harris and Reba Starr of Stilwell, fifth place in team judging contest of canning; Evelyn Snodgrass, Stilwell, eighth in canning exhibit and third in sewing. -- NEWS LIST OF JURORS DRAWN FOR MONDAY A list of 20 new names were drawn Wednesday afternoon and the court clerk ordered to issue ordered to issue summons for them to appear Monday morning. This list will be used in addition to the eligibles on the panels being used this week. The names are: Tiny Hill, Stilwell. Sam Griffin, Watts. F. F. Boyear, Watts. Roy Lee, Stilwell. C. C. Myers, Stilwell. Noah Anderson, Watts. H. D. White, Stilwell. John English, Stilwell. Lem Kerns, Westville. C. D. Pulliam, Westville. Dick Harris, Stilwell. T. W. Walker, Stilwell. Nelson Crowder, Westville. Bill Rogers, Stilwell. A. H. Ray, Bunch. Lee Watkins, Stilwell. Bill Barker, StilwelL S. D. Mitchell, Stilwell. J. L. Cox, Stilwell. F. C. Adair, Biney. StilwelVs Air Attack Defeats Rogers Team HOOVER-MACDONALD REVIEW QUESTIONS WASHINGTON, Oct. 7.~Presi-dent Hoover and Premier MasDonald arrived back in Washington today after spending the week end at Hoover's camp. They announced frankly they had reviewed the questions which might arise and cause friction between the two great powers. Gratifying progress was signified by each. The appeal that, the United States and England "gird our loins for peace" as made in the senate today by Premier MacDonald, who had previously greeted the house. (Special to the Phoenix) STILWELL, Oct 4.- The forward pass combination, Trentham to Adair, which beat the Muskogee Roughers last week, continued to function smoothly today and together with plenty of power on straight footba^A, allowed Stilwell to defeat Rogers, Ark. 20 to 6. The first quarter was scoreless, but the locals started the fireworks early in the second period. A pass, Tren-than to Adair netted 25 yards and put the ball within six yards of the goal line and Trentham fought his way through the line on the next play lor the first touchdown. The flashy quarterback then again plunged the line for the extra point. This ended the scoring for the second quarter. In the third quarter McLemore's crew unleashed VM Trentham to Adajr passing attack and one flip was good for 20 yards, with 10 yards to go. Fletcher wasted no time, crasning through the line for the required distance on the first attempt. Stilwell again attempted a line buck for tne extra point, but a fumble clogged up the play. ATHLETICS WIN FIRST TWO GAMES IN SERIES The Philadelphia Athletics won the two opening games of the World's Ser. bs at Chicago Tuesday and Wednesday. The score for the first game was 3 to 1 and for the second game, 9 to 3 Khmke started as pitcher for the Athletics and established a new record of 13 strikeouts in a game in the series. Jimmy Foxx hit a home run each day for the Athletics. The next two games will be played in Philadelphia today and tomorrow. Near the close of the game. Myler Rogers halfback, flashed 30 yards down the field on a criss-cross play for the Arkansawyers touchdown. A line buck "ailed to gain the extra pent. In the last stanza Stilwell made a steady march down. the. field on straight football that was ended when G. Sixkiller ambled eight yards through the line for the last Stilwell touchdown. The old reliable pass, Trentham to Adair, netted the extra point. The lineup: Stilwell Rogers le Curtis Drocsher It Leming Zimmerman lg Capt. Scofield Johnson c Arnold Duty rg Baldridge E. Russel rt J. Sixkiller Green re Adair Howard qb Trentham Bassett Ih Langley Beck rh Fletcher Myler fb G. Sixkiller > Russell FRIDAY'S FOOTBALL RESULTS Stilwell 20; Rogers 6 Wagoner 20; Pryor 0. Checotah 12; Haskell 6. Clarcmore 12; Stigler 10, Wewoka 28; Eufaula 6 Tahlequah 20; Keota 0. SATURDAY Muskogee 0; Stigler 0. GAMES THIS WEEK Sallisaw at Stilwell. Eufaula at Woaggner. Stigler at Haskell. -- DECISIONS AND RULING IN COURT THIS WEEK MA" KENNEDY WINS HEART BALM SUIT SEATTLE, Oct. 7.-The $50,000 suit of Reverend H. H. Clark against Mrs. Minnie "Ma" Kennedy, mother of Atmee Semple Mcpherson alleging a breach of promise was dismissed today on motion of defense counsel. Score by Quarters Rogers 0 0 0 6 - 6 Stilwell 0 7 6 ' 7 -20 PADEN CHILD DIES TUESDAY EVENING Betty Paden, 10 year old daughter of Mr. "and Mrs. Horatio Paden of the Starr community, died at the home of her parents at 7:30 Tuesday evening following an attack of acute appendicitis. She is the only child of nine in the Paden family that is not still living. Funeral services were held at the Chalk Bluff cemetery with the Roberts Undertakers in charge of arrangements. The following decisions have been made and rulings have been handed down by Judge Parks in civil sroit" here this week. Monday was devet-ed to hearing motions and appeals. Blanck vs. Allison: Judge Parks 'disqualified himself to preside in the ease and the trial was set for Nov. 7tb. Frank Stewart: Sentenced to two years in the penitentiary, paroled. Dave Proctor: Paroled to report 1st Monday in March. Loyal Pense: Plea of guilty to he-use breaking; fined S10 and cost. O. L. Wolfe: Bond forfeited. Dennis Morris: Bond forfeited. Frank Jones: Dismissed on motion of County Attorney. CIVIL CASES DECIDED Joe RichaTdson vs. Effie Richardson : divorce granted plaintifff ar/d custody of children. James H. Morton vs. Opal Morton: Divorce granted plaintiff. 4 MURDER GASES ON THE OCTOBER COURT DOCKET This Week Devoted to Civil Cases; Criminal Cases' to take Balance of Month With four murder trials and a total of 48 cases set for the October term of District court, the balance of the mpnth bids fair to be a busy time for court officials. This week has been devoted to the civil cases with things moving along smoothly under the guiding hand of Judge Parks. Many out-of-town lawyers have been here to appear in behalf of their clients and all the local attorneys have been busy. The docket of criminal cases is as follows: Monday, October 14 Ray Yancy, to report o'n parole. Frank Stewart, Awaiting sentence. Wid Hampton, awaiting sentence. Albert Elvington, report on parole. Dave Proctor, report on parole. Henry Turn, assault with intent to kill. Jack Kirk, disposing mortgaged property. George Briggs, asault with dangerous weapon. Tuesday, October 15 Charley Owl, murder. Wednesday, October 16 Lowel Pense, burglary. Jim Gren, larceny of domestic fowls. C. C. Long, false pretense. George Soap, et al. larceny domestic fowls. Thursday, October 17 J. M. Turnbull, murder. Friday, October 18 Lincoln Wolfe, et al. murder. Woolbright, assault with dangerous weapon. Saturday, October 19 Fred Kirk, et al., larceny domestic fowls. O. L. Wolfe, embezzlement. Dennis Morris, assault with intent to l;il\ Monday, October 21 Austin Duncan, et al, murder. , j Jess Tarapin. seduction. ] Tuesday, October 22 j Chester Harlin, larceny livestock. . Tom Ross, forgery. j Henry Hair, false pretense ! Lewis Cochran, forgery. } Charley Blanck, driving car while i under the influence of intoxicating li-J quor. EMPTY HOUSE BURNS CANADIANS WILL TOUR U. S. BY AIR MONTREAL, Oct. 7:-A national air tour of the United States, started back in the home country, today, with the next stop at Portland, Me. The planes left here at 10 a. m. and will �top tonight in Springfield, Mass. Fire of undertermined origin destroyed the Scacewater house just across the street from the Ozark Fitting Station last Friday'night. The house was empty and was insured for $900.00 according to mfcr-matiori given out. Nightwatchman Shell turned in the alarm between 12 and 1 o'clock but the house was completely in flames by the time the fire department arrived-a)nd they arrived in record time, A broken fire plug, that has been out; of commission for several months, farther delayed the boys for they had .to change to another plug. ' Join the Chamber of Commerce. Wednesday, October 23 Orville Miller, rape. ! Lonard Kirk, et al., larceny of live-J stock. � Andy Bearpaw, adultery. ; Abe Green, asault with dangerous) weapon. Thursday, October 24 .. Luther Worley, Arson. George Quinton, embezzlement. , Harris Sanders, assault with dan4 gerouB weapon. Friday, October 25 George Quinton, forgery. i Bruce Buffington, et al. assault with intent to kill. j George Taylor, 3d violation of 11-! quor law. John Gordon, et al., burglary. Saturday, October 26 Clem Ames, burglary. John Chewie, rape. Bert Thornton, burglary. Noah Moss, larceny of livestock. Porter Kelley, disposing of mortal gaged property. Monday, October 28 Fuller, larceny of livestock. Frank Jones, larceny of livestock. Tom Vann, asault with dangerous weapon. - E. C. Belalmy, appeal from 3. W> Court. EIGHT KILLED BY PLANES SUNDA CHICAGO, Oct. 7-Aerial ents claimed eight lives ' yeste__. Four were killed at Leona,1 T.e three at Moberly, Mo., and one at toona, Pennsylvania, in crashes * ing from 400 to 300 feet -;--8-- ':. Marriage licenses were issued ling the past week to Lewis Chucuja [25, Bunch, and Miss fcydla Cbr 23, Bunch. ;