The Inola Register. (Inola, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 9, 1917 Page: 4 of 4
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The C. & A. Hdw. Co.
Hay Forks Bundle Porks
McCormick. Deering, Standard and
Milwaukee Mower Repairs
Cylinder and Machine Oil
Clark <0 Alexander
Groceries of the right
at right prices
VV. H. Courtney made h busi I Lemon Social |
iifss trip to Claremore yesterday j You are cordially invited to at* | *S 1
W. .1. Jordan, of Claremore, tend a Lemon Social in the A. K.,
ix in tho city today tuninjrpianoa.: Crichton building, next to the>g*C
hardware store, Saturday even-1 *
The Inola Register
M. J. PHILL.IPPE,
Publisher and Proprietor
I Mr. and Mrs. O. M.
of Miami, are here
for a visit
I with their parents, Mr. and Mrs
1 K. A. Reynolds and Mr. andMrs
W. P. Sunderland. OUie hat:
j been down with typhoid fevei
and they came down here foi
j him to recuperate.
B. P. Unrau and family, ol
near Hillsboro, Ks., have moved
onto their 240 acre farm thre<
miles southeast of Inola, known
as the Clark place. They chart
ered a car and shipped theii
stock, farm implements and
I Choctaw Hour at Clark & Alex-
Heinrich Jansen and two of ander's. Our new (lour is ^uai
Entered as second
class matter in the
pnstoffice at Inola,
$1.00 Per Year
Thursday. Ami; 9, 1917
W. R. Archer and son, Donald,
had business at the county seat
the boys took the early
Tuesday for Claremore.
Buy your shoes from
save monev. Inolu Met.
Miss Lie", of Ft. Gibson, re
turned home Tuesday morr.ing
after a pleasant visit with her
cousin, Miss Bertha Petitt.
Everything in the grocery line
at Farmers Mor. Co.
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. J. Fink
and Guy L Davis visited at Bar
tlesville last Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. John Pink. They made
the trip in Mr. Fmk's car.
contracts for sale
at this ufUce.
Mrs. Jane Davis returned the
first of the week from a visit
'with her daughter. Mrs. \V. A
Mtody at Haskell. She will leave
in a few days for Kansas City t'
make her home with her dauich
ter, Mrs. Myrtle Garrett. Her
many friend.-, in Inola regret to
see her leave.
anteed to bi' better than any wi
have ever had before.
Mrs. Ora M, True and sister,
Miss Bordener, of Muskogee,
have been here several days look
ing after the former's oats crop.
She has a valuable farm about
five miles south of Inola. Mrs
True is a subscriber of The Reg
ister arid remembered us in u
substantial wny while here.
Chas. Ward made a business
trip to Wagoner Monday, meet
| ing the county commissioners
who at e willing to do their part
toward building a joint bridge
across the Verdigris river west ;
Bring in your produce. We
want it and will pay the highest
price. Inola Mcr. Co |
R. E. Howard, of Moore, camel
in Tuesday morning for a few |
days'business trip. Mr. How j
Claude Crutchfield has our
thanks for a dollar on subscrip
Banker D. Koenig made a busi-
ness trip to the county seat yes-
Mrs Hattie Williams, ot Clare-
more, visited in the city Tuesday
Mrs. May Tinker and Miss
IJa Tinker left Wednesday for a
visit with relatives at Hastings
Anything you get at Clark and
Alexander must give satisfaction
or return it.
John Young, oT Co!umbua,K*.,
was in the city yesterday on
business and greeting old time
J. F. Keefauver. the Coffeyville
piano dealer, is hereon business
Mr. Keefauver lias made several
sales here lately.
Ed. L. liees, of Muskogee, is
here looking after his farm in
terests. He has several hundred
teres of good land here.
J. H. Sunderland, of the Far
mers Mercantile Co , will buy
your cream and pay the highest
price for same. Also have a nic
line of groceries. East side of
Mr. and Mrs. L. Eaudctte were
pleasant callers at this office yes
terday afternoon, Mr. Laudett
renewing for The Register. He
and his son, Ves, are farming on
the river and have a good crop
They have 40 acres of corn and
think they will make 2000bushel«.
Tliey also have 10 acres of cotton,
which is looking tine and with
favorable weather from now on
will make a bale to the acre.
Mrs. C. S. Walker, of Bristow,
returned home Tuesday morning
arfter a visit with Mr. Walker,
Who is here looking after his oats
crop on his farm three miles
northeast of Inola. She aU<
visited Banker and Mrs. D.
Koenig while here
ing, Aug. 11th, at 8 o'clock.
You are to bring a lemon and
as many pennies as your lemon
has seeds. If it has none then
your tax will be 10c\
Everybody bring a lemon and
as many as can a pie.
Blair sells roll film, film pack,
and timshel for amateurs. Mail
orders given prompt attention. '
Give him a trial. Claremore,
In the Mining Business
O. M. Reynolds, who is here
visiting, was called to Miami
Monday to attend a stockholders
meeting of the Jack Rabbit Min-
ing Co., of which he is a director.
There are five other members in
this company and they originally
l;nd 8U acres leased but have
subbed 40 acres of this to an
other company. This is being
The Jack Rabbit Co. have drill-
ed three t st wells and have
one shaft down 73 feet and are
taking out high grade ore. Ollie,
us he is familiarly called, has
been ottered over $8000 for his
investment. His many friends
here are glad of his good fortune.
See H. W. Payne for cleaning
and pressing, hair cut or a shave.
Work, the|best and prices reas-
The Drouth Broken
This community has been
blessed with rain the past few-
days—a good rain Monday night,
another Tuesday night and a reg
ular soaker this morning.
These rains will insure a good
yield of corn, and will make the
katir crop. It will prove a great
benefit to the cotton, will make
more hay and put the ground in
tine shape for the farmers t<>
plow for wheat.
The second crop of potatoes |
can be planted ana fall gardens;
can be made. The rains have :
put things in tine shape and are
very promising foi another.
ard has a garage at Moore and is |
doing well. J. A. Mull and F. E
Atkins from Inola are with him.
Like a Coo! BreezE,
Hart Shatfr.er & Marx
for that refreshed feeling after a good
smashing game of tennis,
or for summer comfort at the office or
in the store, slip into one of our cool,
skeleton lined suits.
They're made of light weight,
breezy, all-wool fabrics that hold their
shape—and they fit,
Suits $10.00 to $25.00
Hanan Shoes Crawford Shoes
The Home of hart Shaflfner & Marx Clothes
Laderer-Davis Clothing Co..
Come to the Inola Mt.
We can supply your wants.
M. C Roberts and Ralph Py-
| i-att made a business trip to Wag-
"A little summer r.ow m
then is relished by tlie
In the good old summer time
tee cream and cake is just tine.
Order some for dinner and the
wiioie family will bo happy.
The Home of Red Pep
I will buy your wheat,
oats and hay and pay the
highest price for same.
I am better prepared
this year to take care of
your business than ever
before and will appreciate
I handle Coal in Car Lots
M. L. KIPP
De Soto's Romance.
Fernando I «• Soto, the Spanish ex-
plorer. is associated with much of the
eurty history of this rountry. He t.«
1 best remembered ns having been the
first F.urnjieun to look upon the MIs-
At an early ago he fell In love with
1 the (laughter of his patron, Dom I'e-,
(lro de Avlla. To prevent the mar-
rlnire. l>e Avlla Induced IJo Soto to
accompany him to America, where he
hud been recently appointed governor
of Spanish possessions In the western
l hemisi here. Tills was in 1519.
In V'-l De Soto served In the expe-
dition ti Nicaragua under Fernandez,
and In 15ZS ho withdrew entirely from
i the service of his patron. In 1537 he
] returned to Spain and married Isu-
tK'lla, who for more than fifteen years
had waited faithfully for him.
Orange Popular In Tropic*.
In the tropics the orange is even
more appreciated than further north
because of Its wonderful thirst-
•luenchlng qualities, and the eating of
It Is a more highly developed art. In
the Porto IUcaB cities oranges are sold
on ihe streets l>y push-cart merchants
for n cent apiece: The vender def.ly
IM'ils each orange with a sharp knife
In such a way that the outer yellow
.-kin is removed nnd a thin white cost-
ing of unlforui thickness remains, with
a small hole at the top. So treated,
the orange may be sucked to the last
drop without the leuxt danger that it
will hreak aud soli the Angers; but It
takes a genuine artist to peel the fruit
in the right way.
Bubble Background of Photos.
Professor Boys of England, experi-
menting with hubbies, obtulned some
very large ones, which In the sunshine
changed colors ho beautifully that be
conceived the idea of using them a«
backgrounds for photographs.
The hirge bubbles were blown with
an ordinary bellows, says the Popu-
lar Science Monthly. The soup solu-
tion was heated aud a large-mouthed
funnel was dipped Into It. The bel-
lows. connecting with the funnel, waf
then worked very gently. Hubble*
with as great a circumference as two
aud u half feet were easily obtulned
Putting Him Wise.
Her Tonnf Mm—1 wonder how soon
your sister will nrnrry ine?
Kbl Brother—Well, ma said sis |
wouldn't "all long (o null you If you i
The Car with Qualities which j
Win Your Admiration.
Its beauty, its speed, its power and its j
comfort are qualities for you to consider
when purchasing a car.
The Dod^e possesses all
these good qualities.
Five cars sold in Inola in one week by us is
more proof of the popularity of this car.
We can prove these qualities to you by
Call on us.
S. N. North VV. H. North
Iron Mountain System
See your local agent for rates if you
are planning a trip.
Our service is unexcelled.
A. J. FERN. Local Agent
Fnola Dray and Transfer Line,
WILLIAM PETITT, Prop
All kinds of hauling promptly done
A good town to live in.
Good Schools, good
Churches, a good class
A great agricultural district
The crops are wheat,oats,
corn, kafir and hay.
A great Stock Country
Cattle, horses, sheep and
Oil, Gas and Mineral
A great place for invest-
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The Inola Register. (Inola, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 9, 1917, newspaper, August 9, 1917; Inola, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc179846/m1/4/: accessed January 20, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.