The Inola Register. (Inola, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 10, 1916 Page: 1 of 4
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THE INOLA REGISTER.
INOLA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY. AUG. 10, 1916
There is hardly a day passes but
most of us are called upon to draw
from our reserve, either physically,
mentally or financially. ,
Have you some in store? The
INOLA STATE BANK is a good
place to start a financial reserve and
It cannot help but be of real service
All your banking business will be
carefully and proficiently taken care
of at the
Inola State Bank
You are invited to make this
Bank your Banking Home
| .J. W. Jackson niacin a busi-
| hps* trip to Claremore Monday.
Mr*. Elmer Allen wlL yesfcer
I day for a visit with her mother,
, near Peggs.
Mr. and Mrs. Prank Oilton
donhnvereturned froiua month's
visit to* Vera.
Everything in the grocery line
at Farmers Mer. Co.
Homer llickam, of Locust
Notice to Gas Consnmers
Service will be discontinued if
bill is not paid on or before the
15th of the inenth. Have you
paid you rs?
Oklahoma Fuel Supply Cn.
We Buy Cream
We will i*ny the highest price
for your cream. Give us a trial.
Crew in tested the same day it i*
received—O. JefTers Mer. (J«
D. KOEXIO, President J. tvOENIG, Cashier £
T. C UARRt,jL. V Pi-es ?
Condensed Statement of
First Stade Bank,
Inola, Oklahoma, at close of Business,
June 30, 1916
.J W. .faokann is in Wagoner]
today on business.
Farmers Merc, pays the high
est market price fur country
Henry R. Poetker in in South
Dakota. He likes the climate
tin#' there now, but how w'll it be
Choctaw flour at Clark & Alex
aiuler'n. Our new Hour is guar-
anteed to be better than any w
have ever had before.
C. A Willis, living 7 miles
southeast, was in the city last
Saturday. Mr. Willis is a sue
cessful teacher and will teach the
I^elliaetta school tl«* coming
Try O L Downs for ice cream
and c.u'il drinks.
(.rove, is visiting relatives anil
Wo had a nice
night. We need about a four days'
soaker. We'll get it someday.
For Trade—200 acres of land
f>J miles smith of Afton. Will
take Inola property as part pay.
Enquire at this office.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Smith
have moved into the A. J. Colt
property, near the South Meth-
Sebd us your produce
pay highest price.
Inola Merc. Co
Gilbert lv. Gregory, of Oolu
gah, was in the city Monday on
business. Mr. Gregory is driv-
ing a rural route out of Oolagah.
If you want the best bread you
evi-r had try Choctaw flour.
Clark & Alexander
Mr. and Mrs, J. C. Hocker
are enjoying u visit from the lot
ter's brother, Edward Webber,
of Granville, New Mexico. •
Arthur Taylor has gone to Sa-
pulpa to work in a glass factory,
rain Monday . brother, Lee, has been work
ing there for sometime and is
Clarence .leffers left. Monday
morning for lienedict, Ks., on a
business trip for -several days.
Clarence has developed into a
good business young man.
Anything you get at Ciark and
Alexander must uivo satisfaction
or return it.
Mrs. King, wife of Dr. J. T.
King, visited Claremore this
Ralph-Pyeatt is looking after
business at Quapaw today.
Loans and Discounts
Real Est. Furn. and Fixt
Cash and Sight Exchange....
We are hcadquar tors for shoes
and oxfords of all kinds.
Inola Merc. Co
Surplus aud Profits.
The Above Statement Is Correct
A home Bank for the Home People
Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank.
TOOK AWAY HIS APPETITE
Lover ef Mine* Pie Had Decided Oh-
jection to Sharing the Delicacy
With Restaurant Cat.
J. E. Ha.tha.way,
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Lawson. the Tailor
J. I'. Keefauvor, the Coffey ville
piano and organ dealer, w us in
the city a short time this morn
ing. He is a reliable dealer and i [| von
has worked up a good business j on snbsc
Mr. awl Mrs. 8*in Stiles and
Mi. and Mrs. Amer Kotternian
returued the lirst o tlw week
from,a 4 davH foiling trip v<" €h*a-dm? «wnl nmwiMte a
Grand River at the tn-mth of I '• V- l>'t nie fit you out with n
Spriug Creek. They hud'a nic
time but had |w or success
i*0 owing the Register
•linn please pall and
Lawyer W. TI. Lucas, of Clare
more was in the city this morn
ing on professional business^
Mr. Lucas is h pleasant gentle
man ami an able lawyer. He is
a candidate for county attorney
nil the republican ticket.
W. H. Lucas and Mrs. II. L.
F< igW'v, of of Skiatook, returned
h'uno bust SHinhiyjio.rnirg from
a visit with Htrtiker and Mrs. F.
L. Dale. Mr. I-iocas is Mrs.
Dale's father and Mrs. F"igle,v
is a .sist«-r.
sVit. id clothes. 1 havt- a line lot
of saui|i.es to select from.
Satisfaction guaranteed in *v
First rtoor south of First State Bank
Rarly Plowing Pays
I Early plowing for wheat
bencticial in mote ways than one
ii> hlii'ttn by \vofk at the Mis
souri Agricultural Experiment
Station. Not only does it bury
! tli< llessi in fly, but it al o gives
ti En for the plowed soil to be-
come moist and compact under-
Over National Hank
of Claremni e
NORTH <a SON.
Plows & Disc harrows
fnttl recently Detective Sergeant
Tim Bailey was a lover of mince pie.
Today If anyone offered him a bakery
full of mince pies he would turn oa
his heel and do a quick countermarch.
Figuratively he has had his fill of the
good old pastry.
At dinner time one day not long
ago tialloy went Into a little restaurant
near the Hall of Justice. "Three
boUedfeggs, a cup of Java and a 12 by
!< *efe^a of mince pie." be told the
Halley polished off the eggs and
coflfco In crcat shape, and then at-
tacked the pie. He had Just begun
wfc"n a big black cat that had been
repotlng on the counter a few feet
away awoke, stretched, struck at a
j vagrant fly with a chubby paw. and
! then leaped Into the display window
of the place. The window was laden
js with delicacies to allure the hungry
The first thing that Tabby made for
wtrs the rematai of the pie that had
been cut for Bailey. Kitty's first bite
was nalley'9 last. Ha dropped bis
fork with a bans, reached for his hat
and rushed up to the counter t Fresh bread at O. L. Downs 1
"Sa-a-y," he cried, "what are yon bakery.
mining here, a restaurant or a ken-
nel club?" He paid his bill, and was The enid drinks business IS
in..I'b. Suoi a condition of the a -2y down the street before ti* • sure rustling liere now.
illicuit to secure if plow- j dau-d keeper of the place could catch ,
put ..IT till September. | W* bwath.-New York Time* j Mrs. R. A. Reynolds has been
i i "i 1 ' quit*
down tlie weeks also. 1 1
W. W. BRYAN,
Hint to 12:00
1:00 to 5:00
Oftiee Phone nl. Residence lid
soli is ililTii
Highest price paid for
Hay and Grain
Iron Mountain System
See your local agent for raves if you
are planning a trip.
Our service Is Unexcelled.
A. J. FERN, Local Agent
conserves soil moisture and plant'
foods. From tive to seven hun-
dred. tons of water are necessary
to produce a ton of dry weeds
and most, of this may be saved
for the wheat crop by early plow-
ing , ,
Plant food is made available
more rapidly when early plowing
is practiyed, due to the better
air circulation. 1 f the weeds are
kept down this feed
stored up ready to aire the wheat
a quick vigorous start when
seeding time cuuigs. If, on ti it*
other hand, the weeds are al
lowed to grow, they will draw
hetvvily on this plant food, and
while they will eventually de-
cay, restoring it to the soil, the
wheat will list do so wall, for i!
the wheatIcrop waits until the
weeds decay the danger from
winter killing will be greatly
increased. This difference in
growth may make tin difference
bet v, eon winter kill! .'and good
If work is crowdhv* mi that
plowing cannot be dime soon, a
good discing will secu e some of
tlicsc bonetVts and keep the
ground in better condition for
plow ing when you do get to it.
The Missouri Agricultural Kxpe
ruiient Station has found early
plow ing for wheat to be quite
profitable and some of the expe-
riment station* of the surround
ing states have reported similar-
RURAL SOCIAL CENTERS
Y/a need social centers where our
young people can be entertained.
sick but is now abk; to be
up and about.
Mrs. X. D. Lowe.of uearClare-
more, visited last with her son,
Frank Lime, and her daughter,
amused and Instructed under the di'^Mrs. John Green, in the oil Held.
R.. S. P0RTW00D.
Kllington Ituildiiig Ivihuii*.<*■ ami 7
WAGON ICR, OKI.A
rection of cultured, clean and com- :
pctint leadership, where aesthetic
surroundings stir the love for the
beautiful, whers art charges the at- :
moephcre with inspiration and power,
and innocent amusements Instruct
and brighten their lives.
To hold our young i)eople on tha
is kept 'arm we must make farm life mora
attractive as well as the busluess of
farming more remunerative. The
school house should bo the social unit,
properly equipped for nourishing and
building character, so tbnt the lives of
our people can properly function
around It and become supplied with
the neccs^ary elements of human
thought and activity.
F L. Dale received a letter
from his reuter on his farm in
Washita county, statins that
he had threshed his wheat and
asking what to do with the rent.
Mr. Dale wrote hiui itid told him
to held it for $1.25 per bushel.
Mr. Dale has lttO ncres ll miles
from Cordell, the county seat.
His renter had iu 1-0 acres in
wheat und it made 2400 bushels.
That is a better yield than we
had in this country.
J. F. MEANS, M. D.,
Special attention to disease* of
—the Eye and
Fitting of Glasses
//anted ■ Little Praise Himself.
Following a dlsattmus fre tn a west-
cvu city, many mm a.:.i' gath
ertd to look at the ruins. Some of tho
men, seeing that a wall n?ar which
they were etardlng was torpllm;, mad*
haste to get out of the w_y, aud nar-
rowly escaped bcius crushed.
Johnny Era'clson, a good Trt.-h cltt-
reu, was so near the wall that he could
t.ct csclpo with the others. Po, whlrt
lug about, I) • mads for a door In the
salt, burnt through It. and cam* out
on tho other side m(o. and evidently
very proud of his exploit. Women
ho had shut their eyes sn1 shrieked
whwn they saw his duivuer uow gath
•red round htm In treat joy, and cried
"I'ralse heaven. Johnny lirublson,
down en your kneca, and thank
"Yls yls," said he, "and I will, but
wun't It Injaneyoue lun me, now?"—
Saturday, August IMth
Hi'ginning at I :H*>, p m.
I John Deere Caroline Hay lialer
1 Kagle horse power baler
2 Acme Mowing Macldue
1 Dain Go devil
1 sulky rake
1 10 inch John Dcoieliding
1 12 inch walking pi Av
I Avery Disc
1 two section harrow'
1 high wheel wagon ,
One half interest in Uohu De*«re i So
binder, alniost new > No
For F&rm Loams
Will loan on probate or dead
claim t*fk>, interest payable an
nnallv, privW >ge given t*> pay alt
or part of principal at any inter
i'sl paying linn*
St. L., I. M. & Souf
R. R, Co.
1 cord wood saw, blide and Man | 1 Freight No. 101
1 grind stone
Terms—9 inonUisitime on ap-
proved notes bearing 10 per cent
^ , W. J v Spuiuhower A Son
8:80 a to
7:50 p is
Local Kreight No. 192
7:50 p m
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The Inola Register. (Inola, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 10, 1916, newspaper, August 10, 1916; Inola, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc179802/m1/1/: accessed May 25, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.