The Inola Register. (Inola, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 41, Ed. 1 Friday, May 1, 1908 Page: 4 of 8
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Tabs Notice-1 will bem Inale
Miy 4 Mend will give you tirat
cie e dental work. Uood crowns
Hm4 up; bddgo work $J l r
tooth and op; gold aiUoge II end
up: silver AlHnge and up.
OAee at Moure Hotel ^
M. W. PATHDentist
J. 0. Moore Mid Guy It. HU*
veal to Chouteau Wednesday to
receive a lame shipment of cat
lit from Tmm which Mr. Muore
will put on hie ranch neor
II U hn|M*rt«nt tli*i you should A*
«Me to lad* only M«*r "ml
Tar wMn you «*• a «* *• or eoM
asil will euro lbs roost otosllnattUsek-
ln« tMiutfh ami espr! the cold from your
system. K« ry* lUwwy an.1 Tar eon
lain* wo harmful 4ru« . InoUt upon
ka« in* it. Roy * lew ^ru* store
WILL euill YOU
of any case of Kidney or
Bladder disease that is not
beyond the reach of medi-
cine. Take it at once. Do
not risk having Bright's Dis-
ease or Diabetes. There is
nothing gained by delay.
00c. and 91.00 Bottles.
ROY RICE'S DRUG STORE
St. L. I. M. & Sou.
R. R. Co.
No. 103 8:48 am
No. 1.-05 7:58 p m
No. 191 Local Freight 1:00 pm
No. 104 ' 7:53 a m
No. 106 - 7:56 pm
No. 1084 Local Freight 11:45 a m
A. B. ADOOCK, Local Agent.
Physician and Surgeon
Calls answered day or night
Office on South Main street
H. L. COURTNEY,
Physician and Surgeon.
Office next to Rice's Drug store
Calls promptly attended
Accom monations First Class
VRS. J, D. MOORE, Prop.
West of Depot.
The Patronage of the Public
J. M. MONROE
—has a complete—
Galvanised iron and tin work
done on short notice. Repair
wo.-k a speoialty. A big line of
Stove pipe of the best quality al-
ways on hand. East side.
M. E. Church, South: Preach-
ing 1st and 3rd Sundays of each
month, at 11 a. in. and at night.
Prayer meeting every Wednes-
day night. C. W. Hardon, Pastor
M. E. Church: Preaching on
the 4th Sonday in each month,
both morning and evening.
A. L Snyder, Pastor.
Baptist Chnrch: Preaching on
fnd Sunday of each month at 11
a. m. Rev. Shanks, Pastor.
Union Sonday School every
SufeAay at 10 a. m., at the M. E.
Church, South. Everybody cor
J, M. Louderback, Supt.
The Inola Register
OVM.MHKO Rvsnv Kuwait.
latta ui tto Tews Cew
One* we knew a little town.
$1.00 i'kk vaaa.
BY INOLA PRINTING CO..
M. J. PHII.MPPN, MAPAtlKK.
Kntored at the poet office at
Inola, I. T , as second class mall
Friday. May 1, 100M
With a half down or more brick
buildinua contemplated Inola
ought to veto cows up.
Cows up or cows down? It's
up to you Monday. Are you In
favor of pushing forward or do
you want to remain in the old
Wagoner county has 85 prle-
oners in h r Jail, yet some peo-
ple will tell you that taxes in
Wagoner county will be lower
than in Rogers county. Do you
President Roosevelt haa sent
another special message to con
gress. It seems that he wants
congress to do something but
that body pays little heed to what
An election is to be held at
Foyil tomorrow for the Oowala
stock district to determine
whether or not stock shall be let
run at large. The Statesman is
of the opinion that they will
vote to keep them up.
Mi*yes county voted cattle up
by a big majority. One cattle
man over there expects to run
400 head over here in Rogers
county if they continue to let
them run at large. If they do
not vote them out of Inola he
might be induced to bring them
over and let them run on our
Wagoner, Coweta and Porter
are poking a great deal of fun at
each other over the county seat
fight. Porter's candidacy is
looked upon as a joke. The light
is between Wagoner srid Coweta,
with the chances greatly in Wag-
oner's favor.the only doubt being
as to the majority. May 23d
tells the tale.
The school board is still con-
sidering the proposition of voting
bonds to build a nice brick school
house. Tf we can get that under
headway, and a half dozen brick
or stone business houses under
headway Inola would be strictly
in it. Inola would then be a bet-
ter town to live in. We have
good prospects for all of these.
All that is needed to start this
move is for the people to get busy.
There will be at least four
stone business houses built
in Inola during the spring and
summer. The property owners
have realized for sometime that
the town deserved something
better, but every fellow kept
waiting for the other to make the
start. Oscar Jefters started the
ball to rolling last week when he
let the contract for a stone build-
ing, with brick front, 25x80 feet.
This started others, and now we
are sure of three more and possi
bly five. A few brick and stone
buildings will be a great thing
for the town. It will make our
home people feel better to have
something to look at besides these
old sightly shacks, besides it
will create a better impression
among strangers seeking a loca-
tion in the town or country, The
day is near at hand when Inola
will no longer be called a shack
town, but a town of good sub-
stantial brick and stone business
houses. Mr. Jeffers will begin
work on his building as soon as
the weather settles. The Odd
Fellows and Masons will deter
mine at their next meeting
whether they will build or not.
Heretofore, also, New York
has been the gateway through
which haa ewept the tide of let
in in rat kin. This too. In being
With milk eowa juet the saute, . k apparent that the number of
Ft taming milk theae cows gave ooean oraft. both paasenger ear
White running on the range. riersand freighters, ply lug he*
Cow* were owned by everyone, tween southern porta and Europe
And quite a good one too.
Many people, good and kind.
Bat eowa-ay. how they grew.
And ranged upon the streets.
Ate bitter weeds and shrubbery,
Just anything for keepa.
Weathered on tlie porch in front
And stood upon the walks,
Chewed illiquid and otherwise;
But bow tliat merchant talks.
He acta as city scavenger,
As well as keeping store,
From off glass f ronts he cleans
And scrapes the front porch floor.
la rapidly Increasing.
Immigrants have ever ahowna
tendency to locate In or near the
poitin this country at which
they have landed. Such Influ-
ence*, when viewed In oonncc
tion with the marvelous rapid
development of the aoutnwest
will surely promote the upbuild-
lug of s great seaport and com
merelal mart on the southern
4 .. 1 coast of the United Stales, the
St'!'™*'*'; preetlievof win bo „r«Uj
Food u|mhi your How.™ at night, enhencwl by tl completion .nil
operation of the Panama CAnal.
Three cities are bidding for the
pre-eminence In proepect. They
are New Orlesnt, Galveston and
Houston. At this time the pros
peete of Galveston are the bright-
eit, but the developements that
I caught a ferry boat on the
Verdigris, 6 miles west of Inola.
Boat is in good condition—50 or
60 feet long. Geo. McCloskey.
And give the trees a call.
These people said let's have a law
And pen sll cstUe up,
Build a town and not a ranch,
Orelsogrow Shepherd pups.
Bald they, it is an open shame
How cows herd round our door, —
We'll cut the weeds along the will come wltliln the next live or
[streets, j ten yeani may brintt about an
The town cmi bay the mower. i other m|ccHu„, New Orleeo. or
Bellowing bulls disturb our sleep' Houston or the ever possible
And fight across our wsys, | ..da| k horgc cordate ,or hon
Bawl while the preacher trlea to oril,_oklehoman.
And they bellow while he prays. of E|0Ctjon
Wheroa., under ^UwofOV
No, you can't afford says one, lahoma, an election is to be held
So many widows can't get bread, for the purpose of electing- city
All would die with chills and gout officii*,
From smelling rotten weeds, I Whereas, under the said law of
And pasture rent is very high, , Oklahoma, it i necessary that
Fifty cents, and I'm in need. j notice be given of the day and
But, the progressive townsman' place said election is to be held,
[said, | I, therefore, in accordance
We've worse smelling things than with and by authority vested in
[ W6t^(] I ^ e^j j
[bleed. shall be held on the 4th day of
™ j i o i I May, 1908, in the several pre-
«'ed Xn ^ >"" •«- «
The fighting bulls and yearling ers county, State of Oklahoma,
(steers, | for the purpose of electing the
With all the calves you've seen. following officers towit:
Hurry them off.downto the ranch
And eive our town a boom,
Grade our streets, build our
For now we have more room.
Rub off the dirt, rub on the paint,
Clean up the backyards and front
Kill cattle ticks,—scald the fleas,
And don't be called a runt.
Forward march! Hold up your
Put on a smile and not a frown,
Enforce the law and advertise
And help us build a town.
One Justice of the peace.
One city clerk.
One City treasurer.
One city assessor.
C. V. ELLIOTT,
Physician and Surgeon
All calls promptly answered
Office over Strong's store
If you want a loan on your farm
land see Johnston Abstract &
Loan Co., Claremore.
Affords Perfect Security
Foleys Honey and Tar affords per-
fect security from pneumonia and con-
sumption as it cures the most obstinate
coughs and colds. We have never
known a single instance of cold result-
ing in pneumonia after Foleys Honey
and Tar had been taken. Roy Rice.
J. S. ALEXANDER
Out restaurant is centrally lo
cated and we respectfully
solicit a share of your
We serve Short Orders
INOLA LODJE, I. 0. O. F., No.
130, meo'3 every Wednesday j
night. J. W. Bradshaw, N. G. j
J. W. Butler, Secy.
East of Depot.
The Coming City
One of the wonders of the
western continent has been its
metropolis. Within 60 years
New York City has grown from
a city of 350,000 until it has a
present population of about
4,000,000. ' From 1901 to 1906 its
population increased at the rate
of 100.000 a year.
It is now believed however that
the rate of New York's growth
is diminishing, and it is likely
that each succeeding year here-
after will tell the same story of
decline, the reasons for that ex-
pectation being numerous and
Mutuation of international
commerce indicates that New
York is soon to lose its prestige
as the principal entrepot of tbe
nation for both export and im-
port shipments. Particularly is
it probable that city will soon lose
its importance as a cotton export-
ing point, which it has illogical!y
held for a number of years, and
the rapidly development of Gal-
veston in this relation is pecu
Special attention to
T. J. RICE, Prop.
LaHAY & SHAW,
Attorneys at Law,
Office in Opera House Building
CLAREMORE, I. T.
ANDERSON & ERTEL,
Attorneys at Law
C. S. W0RTMAN
Attorney at Law.
Will practice in all courts
~ . Notary Public in Office
G. D. CARL,
WAGONER, IND. TER.
Office Cobb Building
All work guaranteed to be
! first class
E. W. STRONG.
Flour and Peed, Car of Salt.
Nice Line of Shirts
New Dress Goods, Shoes
Give me a call. * E W STRONG
Four truatoea, said truateaa to
be apportioned and elected as
One trustee to be sleeted from
ward No, 1. Including all that
part of Inola lying east of the
railroad and north of Commer-
One trustee to be elected from
ward No. S, Including all that
part of Inola weat of the railroad
and north of Commercial.
One trustee to be ek*cted from
ward No, I. Including all that
part of Inola lying weat of the
railroad and aouth of Commer-
One trustee to bo elected from
ward No. 4, Including all that
part of Inola lying south of Com-
mercial and east of the railroad.
The polling plscea shall be as
Wsrd No. 1-Milam's store.
Ward No. 2 Crutchfiold hall.
Ward No. 8--Hathaway's store
Wsrd No. I - Harris' office.
The polls shall be open at 9
o'clock, a. m. and remain opeu
until 4 o'clock, p, in.
E. R. RICE, City Clerk.
We have placed our land ad jinn-
ing inola in the hands of Mr. W.
P. Sunderland. Parties have
been driving over ssid land and
we wish them to keep off in the
future. We have taken the land
land off the market for town lots
for the present
S. H. ORIS WELL & CO.
and as rfood
as can be found
H. E. Mini
I am located on the east side.
Call on me when in need of any
thing in my line.
Will Buy good Butcher
Stock; also hides and Furs
We have for sale the following described farms. They are all
50 acres good land 3 miles from Inola, 40 acres in cultiva-
tion, balance in grass. Price per acre $20 00
80 acres, unimproved smooth prairie land, 31-2 miles from
Inola. Price — 22 50
120 acres smooth prairie land, 4 1-2 miles from Inola, unim-
proved but extra good land. Price 30 00
80 acres 412 miles from Inola, good prairie land 25 00
120 acres unimproved, 5 miles out, extra bargain at 25 00
120 acres, 2 miles from Inola, good 4 room house, well,
barn, all under fence, 40 acres in corn. Price 37 50
80 acres, fair improvements, 2 miles from Inola 22 50
400 acres 2 miles from Inola, new house, large new barn.
290 acres in cultivation, 2 good wells of good water, a
splendid grain and saock farm, price, per acre 85 00
60 acres, 2i miles from Inola, 55 in cultivation, good house
and barn 35 00
160 acres, 3 miles of Inola, fenced with 3 wires 22 50
40 acres, 2 miles Inola, house, barn, fruit, etc 37 50
A half block of ground with good house and other improvemence,
3 lots with 4 room house, barn, woodshed, well, cistern, fruit In
bearing, price $2000 if taken soon
While Inola is yet small it ia surrounded by a very rich country
which is developing very rapidly, and in the course of a very few
years there will be a big advance in both farm and city property.
Land valuee have doubled In tbe laat two yeara and we believe they
will double again in tbe next two.
For further information ic regard to tbe town or country
M. J. Pbilllppe, Inola, I T
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