Cleveland County Enterprise. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 21, 1915 Page: 1 of 8
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NORMAN. OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY. JANUARY 21. 1915.
News From The
County Court House
Oklahoma Cotton Crop
What Our Officials Arc
The cotton crop for 1914 was a
record breaker for Oklahoma, more
Doing cotton having been raised last year
than ever before in any year in the
An Open Letter to
Fifth Sunday Meeting
I„ another column we publish a history of the state
,all for warrants, issued by the! lp to January 1st,
iry 1st, there had j ^ United States Department
the state 1, •> „„:„nunrn ;n 'cooperation wi
The following letter has been is-
sued to all rural school teachers in-
terested in the Demonstration Club
work in Oklahoma, conducted by
been ginned in
county treasurer. «nr
. iii bales as against H04.olo
The county commissioners l.el.l ^ ^ 0,eve|and County
a special session Tuesday, all mem- -Hl ,m,es as againBt 11,800
bers being present. In anothei
column yon will see the proceedings ljatei!_we learn that the last
of the meeting. report show8 that more than 19,000
Court Clerk Jim Stogner attend- - • •
ed a meeting of the Court t lerk >
association in Oklahoma City
Tuesday, taking a prominent part
in the deliberations of the meet-
The following marriage license-!
have been issued bv Deputy ( lerk
('has. Adair, the past week:
Lloyd Champeau, 22, and 'Miss
Agriculture in cooperation with
Oklahoma Agricultural and Me-
To All Teachers Interested in Club
()l The following clubs will be or-
, , T, ganized by the Farmers' Cooper-
bales have been ginned during tnei . ^ n„
Patterson lluys Short Horn
M. P. Patterson, of Franklin,
returned home Friday from Win-
field, Kans., where he purchased a
10 months old Short Horn bull
from D. O. Wilson, paying $400
ijioya unaiiiiiriui, i for him. This young male will
Jewel Moten, IS, both of Norman. )iea(1 the heurd of 15 selected cows
Emery S. Dunbar, 36, and Miss Patterson now has.
Bessie Lee Cnpit, both of Okla- voung animal is certainly a
lioma City. beauty, and was awarded first pre-
L. W. Banning, 21, Norman, n)ium at the Kansas State Fair last
and Miss Jessie Lee Henry, 18, j (aj, Mr. Patterson believes in se-
Teeumseh. They were united in curillg the best possible, and for
marriage b}' Justice Linton at the
Court Room Tuesday morning.
A very tine looking yonng couple;
may their joys be many.
The following eases have been
tiled in the district court:
R. A. Isom vs. Curl A. Green,
suit, for *4ii on promissory note,
attorney's fees and cost of suit.
Ethel Green vs. Carl A. Green,
that reason was willing to pay a
A Young Cotton Kaiser
Claud Coker, of Noble, Route 1,
was awarded 3rd premium in the
Boys' Cotton Club of the state,
which is a splendid showing for a
Cleveland County boy in compe-
tition with cotton raisers from
suit for divorce. The plaintill poetically
alleges non-support, and asks for state.
divorce, care and custody of their Young Coker raised something
minor child, costs of suit and .bap- (iv,.r 4J00 pounds of cot toy on two
port from the dependent. acres, which is certainly making
J. ti. Lindsay vs.Lucy E Trask.
suit, for money on promissory note,
attorney's fee and costs of suit.
At sheriff's sale Monday morn-
ing, Mrs. Eva Sturgis purchased
the southwest quarter of section 10
8-1 west, for $1000.
District Judge Swank will hold
a special term of court at Sulphur
County Court News
The following cases have been
disposed of in court this week, with
Judge B. F. Wolf, presiding:
State of Oklahoma vs. W. II.
Lasiter. The defendant plead
guilty and was lined $10 and costs,
the total amount being$o4.ti;>.
State of Oklahoma vs. Cleve
Yandell. Case dismissed.
State of Oklahoma vs. Henry
Wilmering, et al. Wilmering and
Bennett were acquitted, while W.
F. Fisher and Win. Kime were
fined $100 each.
State Oklahoma vs. Joe Stephens.
The defendant was acquitted for
neglecting child. It was shown
that the defendant was without
means with which to support his
First National Bank of Noble vs.
some cotton, and we hope to see
this young man take first premium
ati^e Demonstration Department,
in cooperation with the Extension
Division of the A. and M. College:
Corn, Cotton, Kafir, Pig, Canning
Poultry and better Bread.
All club members must be 10 to
18 years of age.
The corn and kafirclub members
must cultivate one acre of either
corn or grain sorghums.
The cotton club members must
cultivate two acres of cotton.
The canning club members must
cultivate one-tenth acre garden
The Poultry club members must
care for a flock of chickens accord-
ing to instructions sent them.
The better bread club members
are expected to do some work in
some form of breadmaking not less
than once each week from the time
of enrollment until October 1.
The pig club members must also
be members of one other club. The
pig is to be selected the last week in
May and fed until time of county
, mml contest or fair. It. must be less
comlt in the than twelve months of age October
It is the policy of the Extension
Division to work through the conn
ty and women agents. These men
and women, with the assistance of
the teachers, organize the Demon-
stration Clubs. After the clul
The Fifth Sunday Meeting of the S
Little River association will meet i
with the Lexington Baptist church,
January 2S to .'11. 191.■.
thursday, el'kninu, i 1*. m.
Sermon, Rev. lohn Dilbeek,
9:30 a. m. Devotional, J. A.
id a m. The necessity of prayer,
Rev. J. M. Dean.
II a m Sermon, II H. Cor-
2 i'. m. Devotional, J. P- Cor-
2:30 p. m. The work of the Holy
Spirit, Ucv. W. E. < >uy
3: :!0 p. m. The foes to spiritual
life, Itev. .1. M. Corn.
7 r. m . Sermon, Rev. 11.
9:30 a. m. Devotional, W
10 a. m. The conditions of
vation, Rev. W. R. Chandler.
11 a. m. Sermon, M. L. Schneer-
' 2 p. m Devotional, Bro. (irogan,
I Mt. /ion.
' 2:30 p. st. The Mission of the
church, Rev. L. N. Moorhead.
3:30 p. si. Board meeting.
7 p. si. Sermon, Rev. W . E. <iu\,
9:.'10a. si. Christian education,
Revs. Chandler and Guy.
11 a. si. Sermon, Preacher to be
2 i si. The woman s work in the
mission fields of the world, Sister
II. Corn and other ladies of Nor-
The Cleveland County
Poultry Show A
Champeau Moten Wedding
stration uiuns. aiwr The purpose of the l>. "i.^-
are organized it is their duty to , amj relation to the church, Rev. J.
. . i i . ■ i,:„ .... i ,.i II M Price.
Vincent & Weir.
Thos. Vincent has sold a half in-
terest in his real estate business to
W. C. Weir. Mr. Vincent has
built up a splendid bnsiness and
with the addition of Mr. Weir to
the firm makes it a verv strong
one. See their ad in the Enter-
visit each club member in his oi
her home and plan to hold field
meetings at least twice in the grow-
ing season and to hold a fall con-
test. The workers in the Boys
and Girls' Club Department of the
Extension Division will visit the
•ountv and women agents several
u;r 11. M. Price.
Preacher to be
M. Perkins, et al. Judgment was
given the defendant. It was a case
wherein Perkins mortgaged a cow
belonging to his daughter.
State of Oklahoma vs. K. Lei-
man. Case continued.
State of Oklahoma vs. Monroe
Bacon, who was convicted umlet
Judge Swank, and given a thirty
day .jail sentence and a $50 tine
was released, having served 28
days, allowed 5 days for good be-
havior by Jailer Cottrell, and pay-
ment of tine and costs of $73.95.
As we go to press the case of S.
K. McCall vs li L. Risinger is be-
times during the working season. ,,f our Assoei
We believe that only by such a
plan can 'effective work he done
with the boys and girls of Okla-
The Boys' and Girls' Club De-
partment will send letters of in-
structions to all club members as
soon as names are received on ('-1
Teachers who wish to organize
clubs should first find out from the
county superintendent if there is a
county or woman agent in the
county. If there are no demon-
stration agents in the county, the
teacher should send to A. and M.
College for C-I enrollment blanks
7 p. si. Sermon
Brethren be sure and come, we
want all of the churches to be rep-
resented, do not feel slighted if
your name is not on the program.
Let us make this the best meeting
Trains will be met on Thursday
evening, Friday and Saturday
morning and evening. Respect-
Lincoln and Washington
I New Year Proposition
At Christian Church—Norman
February 12th—George Do Long,;
post Commander and Chairman
10 o'clock, a. si.
Invocation Rev. Benjamin
)llege tor i-i .. . • •• Audience
Teachers should not attempt top^^ ^ A,(,er
Solo, selected Ruth Newell
Address, "The Father of His
The Cleveland County Poultry
Show, which was held in the Opera
House building, Thursday, Fri-
day and Saturday of last week was
a grand success. Secretary B. 1'.
Bartholomew, who is in every sense
a chicken fancier, thoroughly dem-
onstrated his ability for conduct-
ing a poultry show that attracted
There were 58 coops of f ine spec
iinens of thoroughbred birds, many
of them coming from other conn
ties in the state. A great many of
the prize winninnog es were sold
during the show and shipped to
various points in the state, which
is quite an advertisement for our
The association secured the ser-
vices of Geo. W. Winans, the
well known chicken expert of
Oklahoma City, as judge, and he,
awarded the following premiums!
S. C. Rhode Island Reds: 11. G.
Lindsay 3rd on cock, 3rd on pullet
3rd on hen ; 11 birds.
L. C. Hutsou, Chickasha, 1st on
cock, 2nd pullet, 1st hen, 1st pen;
W. R. Clark, 2nd on cock, 3rd
ockrel, 2nd hen, 3rd pen; 9 birds.
C. N. Boyd, 1st pullet, lsteock-
rel, 2nd. pen; 9 birds
' J. W. Walker, 2nd on cockrel; <
Barred Plymouth Rock: J. 1-
DeLong, 2nd on cockrel; ■> birds.
John S. Allan, 2nd on cock, 3rd
pen; 6 birds.
(i. T. Childress, 3rd on cockrel,
3rd on cock, 3i-d oajmt. 2i.;'l pen; J
W. F. Criswell, Is on cock; ■>
Mrs. Wyatt Chigley, Davis, 1st
on cockrel, 1st and 2nd on hen, 1st.
2nd and 3rd on pullet; 1st pen; 6
Single *oml> White Leghorn: l -
F. Bartholomew, 1st, 2nd and 3rd
on Cockrel; 1st, 2nd and 3rd on
pullet; 1st., 2nd and 3rd on hen ;
1st and 2nd pen; 11 birds.
Brown Leghorns: Alton I Met all
1st, 2nd and 3rd pullet; 1st, cock;
1st cockrel and 1st pen. b birds
Black Langshan:F M.Burkett,
1st on cock;' 1st, 2nd and 3rd hen;
1st, 2nd and 3rd pullet, and 1st
! and 2nd pen ; 10 birds. The silver
| loving cup was awarded this ex-
; hibitor for best pen in the show,
excelling Ben Bartholomew's pen
| of single comb White Leghorns by
j only one-half point.
Buff Orpingtons: Mrs W A.
Leslie of Noble, 1st on cockrel, 1st,
Mr. Lloyd Champeau and Miss
| Jewell Moten, both popular young
people of route 5, were happily
i united in marriage last Thursday
morning at 11 o'clock, at the home
i of Rev. and Mrs. Havill, near Den-
ver, Rev llavill officiating Only
| relatives of the contracting parties
witnessed the ceremony.
The bride was tastefully gowned
Sin blue silk poplin.'daintlv trimmed
i in white lace, which bespoke the
neatness of the young lads.
Immediately alter the ■ceremony
I the bridal parl y returned to the
h ime M f the bride's parents,
where a bountiful wedding dinner
prepared by the bride s mother,
Mrs. Moten, her sister, Miss Masie,
and the bride, herself, awaited
I them. The happy couple spent
the night with the bride's relatives
and left Friday for Sulphur, where
they spent the week end with the
groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
M. Champeau. Mr. and Mrs.
Champeau are now al lionii thi
A. M. Chanipean farm, oil route
The groom is well known hav-
1 ing grown to manhood in this
| county and the bride the oldest,
j daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
! Moten, is a very popular yonng
1 lady in the lut.erprise neighbor-
| hood. Both have many friends
i who wish them a long and happy
! wedded career.
and 2nd on hen, 1st and 2nd on
j pallet; 1st on pen : 5 birds.
j Buff Plymouth Rocks: W. F.
Criswell, 1st on cock. l«t and 2nd
1 on hen; 5 birds.
White Plymouth Rock: T. E.
Smith, 1st on cockrel, 1st and 2nd
' on lien: 1st and 2nd pullet: 1st on
English Penciled Ducks: J. 1" ■
Criswell, 1st on cockrel- 1st, 2nd
jand 3rd on pullet; 1st pen; 5
Indian Runner Ducks: J. W.
j Walker, 1st on cockrel, 1st, 2nd
and 3rd on pullet, 1st pen; •>
Mottled Anconas; J. I'M riswell,
1st. on cockrel; 1st, 2nd and 3rd on
! pullet; 1st pen ; 5 birds.
Black Minorcas: II. Hamil-
ton, 1st on cockrel; 1st, 2nd and
3rd on pullet; •> birds.
Buff Cochin Bantams: Louis
! Lindsay, 1st on cockrel and 1st on
' pullet; Bob McCall. 1st on cock
and 1st on hen.
White Rabbits: Thos. Aniol, 1st,
2nd and 3rd ; Ernest Hudgins, 2nd
Belgian Hares: Nolan Bros., 1st
on doe, 1st on kids. Conway Clark
I 1st on guinea pig.
1 have a few STOCK FARMS list-
ed at right prices. How would
you like one? See
enroll a great many children as clul
members; first, because we want
only workers; second, because we
do not have the time nor the funds
to care for a list of inactive club
members; third, bceause a teacher
cannot successfully manage a club
in which there are many inactive
Teachers should visit all club
members at work if possible, and
should hold at least one or two
field meetings during the season.
eacliers should not undertake
to oaganize clubs unless there is
some one in the school district who
will look after the club work dur-
ing the vacation period because it
is at this time that the dub mem-
bers need most help and eucouiau'
Teachers should address all com-
munications to Boys' and Girls
Club Department, A. and M. < "li-
ege, Stillwater, Oklahoma.
Very truly yours,
Emsia A Chandler,
Country" Kev. Wickizerj
Song, Quarter. Messrs. Bridge-
water, Thomas, Ownbey, and
The Gettysburg Address.
Ralph C. llardie
Lincoln Rev. Alexander
Song "The Blue and Cray" •
Benedict ion Rev- Guy
Born-To Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Hoggs, a 10 pound boy Wednes-
day afternoon at 1 o'clock. Moth
er and baby are doing nicely and
Frank is wearing an unusually
Emma A. Chandler, d gmile and saying I am dad
Assistant State Agent in Chaigt, of
Girls'Clubs. 1 and it s a
$1.00 Dress Shirts with collar, Special /dc.
Carhart Overalls, all sizes.
Another lot of men's high grade roll collar sweat-
ers at prices that can t be beat.
12 l-2c outing for 10c,
s Blankets at prices you can't duplicate.
Peters "All-For-Wear" The best work shoe in
the world. Buy Peters Shoes and you will wear Dia-
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