The Inola Register. (Inola, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 41, Ed. 1 Friday, May 1, 1908 Page: 5 of 8
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We have just received a
Full Car Woven Wire
Chicken Fencing. Barb Wire, Etc.,
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Mason Bros. Hardware Co,
We Loan Money We Make Abstracts
Central Title & Truet Company
ALEX. A. DKNISON. Mfr
tl0e.00t.00 to Lou CMREK0RE, OKI*
Ross & Morris,
Ilamllo everything usually kept In a
bry Goods, Shoes, Notions,
Groceries) Hardware, Etc.
We would bo pleased to havo yon call.
The weather continue* cool.
Mra. D. Koonigwent to Clare-
more last Friday.
WU1 North is awl* ling Ho.v
Ricelu the drugstore.
A. E. Ball was down from
Claremore last Friday.
John North visited relatives at
Wagoner laat Saturday.
Inola it going to put on city
airs soon. Just watch and see.
Gardner & Tanner aervea ahort
orders—next door to poatoflice.
James W. Moore waa down
from his Tiawah ranch Tuesday.
Mrs. W. H. Williams called
Wednesday and renewed for an-
Ederheimer, Stein & Co.
Here is an outing suit
for young men that
combines style and
comfort to a degree you
won't find in one out of
a hundred suits of this
It's an Edheimer Stein quar-
ter lined suit, of light but
(strongly woven material, and
* ^Icoines in the most attractive and
When you want stylish clothes
and garments of the lesding
makers, durability and quality,
keep in mind the fact that this
a tore makes a specialty of such.
lien Brown Is looking bad since
he quit baching.
Mra. E W. Strong went to
Cowa up or cowa down—Mon
day will tell tho tale. '
J. K. Crutchtield and C'haa.
Oinatoad wont ui> to the county
Mias Sophia Moore ia at
Slampa, Ark., for a montha visit
J. H. and Eph Bentley and
El iaha Robertson went to Wag-
Faultless flour, bran, ahorta
and chops, and a nice line of fre8h
groceries at J. R. North's.
Lum Monroe has the contract
for the painting on Hubbard's
new store building.
Building is catching. Every-
body on the west side of town is
figuring on building.
Miss Bessie Louderback, one
Rogers county's good looking
school marms, visited Claremore
C. W. Crichton has opened up
his blacksmith shop and is now
prepared to do all kinds of work
on short notice.
We are glad that the day has
arrived in Inola when shacks are
giving away to good substantia)
brick and stone business houses.
Oscar Jeffers hitched his six
yoke of oxen to the street grader
Tuesday, and he and Cbas.
Wright did some work on the
Deputy Sheriff Frank May-
berry was down from Claremore
Tuesday serving subpoenas for
jurors and witnesses for the May
term of court.
Several of our farmers near
town are going to takedown their
outside field fences and use the
wire to make pasture fences-
then the town Cows will have to
go to the pasture.
Ice delivered at your house
daily. Leave orders at Gardner
and S. Tanner. First door west
of post office.
The teachers' institute will be
held in Claremore in June. No-
wata and Craig counties have
joined Rogers and the three
bounties will hold a big institute
J. W. Rice, R. H. Alexander
and Albert R. Gregory are Inola
boys who will have to serve on
the grand jury for the May term
The district court oonvennes on
Monday May lltb; county court
May the 4th.
C. H. J. Fink ahowed us his
paper, the HigginsviUe, Mo., Jef
fersonian. It contained an ac-
count of a man who had gone
suddenly insane and killed sev
eral men with a Colt's automatic
revolver before they could get
thaoCMBF man. A negro Porter
finally shot him in a hotel.
OTEKP BtMKIY TOPS KAMUED
Ttw f r«tf« 1*4 better keep
tlieir bunny tops raised whea
they corns lata lovob The W en
cattle have base kaowu to tsar
up three buggy lope here lately
—Dr. Wliotfa, Mr. UoOhgeb'a,
and anotlier parties, whose name
we were unable to learn Ho
you had better look out fur year
And it rained again Tueadajr
Ohsa. Pries 1ms had his Itouse
piped for gas.
J. H. Bentley renewed lor an-
other year last Friday.
Claude Crutehdeld visited the
countjr seat Wedussdsy.
Mrs. Baer returned Wednes-
day from a visit to Nowata.
Our elever drugglat, K. K.Kloe
has been decorating his windows
Mra. Fred Goodrleh and son,
John, are visiting at Holdenville
Meaara. Boone and Marsh
esme In Tuesday from Greenfield
Indiana on a prospecting trip.
They are old friends of J. H.
E. L. Brysntand J. M. Cook,
of Jenka, were hers the Istter
psrtoflast week. They were
hunting a location for a hardware
store and may put one in here
I have aome work teama for
aale, cash or credit to auit pur-
chaser.—J. K. Crutchtield.
Townahip Assessor W. C. At
kins will attend a meeting of the
aasessors of Rogers county at
Claremore next Monday. They
will begin the work of assessing
soon after thia meeting.
See Dr. M. W. Pate May 4-5 6
and have your teeth fixed. Of-
fice at the Moore Hotel.
At the final examination of the
8th grade pupila in Prof. Dough
erty'aroom, seven out of nine
pasaed and will be promoted to
the 9th grade. Prof. Dougherty
is proud of the allowing made by
See Dr. Bryan, at Claremore
about your dental work. Office
over Bank of Claremore, in Se-
quoyah Hotel building.
Rev. and Mrs. C. W. Hardon
will attend quarterly meeting at
Chelsea next Sunday. On that
account there will be no preach-
ing at the nevf church.
Foley* Orino Laxative is the be t
for women and children. Its mild ac-
ion and pleasant taste makes it pref-
erable to violent purgatives, such as
pills, tablets, etc. Cures constipation.
Sold by Roy Rice.
Wanted:—By Rufe Rogers and
Tom Rice,if these rains continue,
a good steady man to watch our
dam on our lease north of town.
The Odd Fellows and Masons
held a meeting Monday night to
discuss the matter of building a
hall. The meeting was well at-
tended and a great deal of inter-
est was manifested. Another
meeting wiil be held Thursday
night, May 7th.
Go to Hubbard's and get a
bucket of International stock
food; also food for chickens to
make hens lay.
Work on the Hubbard building
is progressing nicely. They
have it about ready for tbe roof.
The iron sheeting will be imita-
tion stone instead of brick. It
will made a very pretty finish.
The building will be a very sub-
stantial one and will be nicely
arranged for Mr. Hubbard's
There are 35 prisoners in the
county jail, or about nine to the
cell. Fortunately another cage
will arrive soon, before the hot
weather sets in—else there would
be a terrible condition.—Wagon
A Common Mistake
Many women mistake kidney and
bladder troubles for eoase irregularity
peculiar to the sex. FUeys Kidney
Remedy corrects irregularities and
makes women well. Miss Carrie Har-
den, Bowling Green, Ky., writes: "I
suffered much pain from kidney and
Bladder trouble until I started to use
FOleys Kidney remedy. The first bot-
tle gave me great relief, and after tak
ing the second bottle I wee entirely
well, sold by Roy Rice.
Pr M W. Pate, of Chouteau,
will make louis twice a saoeth fur
ti* practice of dentistry lie
will neat the Moore Hotel! May
AU work guaranteed.
Jutsn Quinton la a new eat*-
MiaaHuaie Fog called Tuesday
aad renewed tier subscription.
Regr Kios painted some signs
mo hie porch Tuesday night which
attracted a great deal of attention
Hoaoegeod work teams to sell
foreaabor oitlme to suit pur-
chaser.-J. K. Crutchtield.
A Bartlesville girl woo two
platumln newspsper contests a
short time ego. The young Isdy
presented one of them to Iter
J. K. Crutel.field had s horse
stolen last week slid msde a trip
over In the hilla across Grsnd
river, but fouud It ou this side of
Have Johnston Abstract 6
Luao Oo„ Claremore, make your
abatraets. The/ are booded to
the state of Oklahoma for $8000.
Their abstracts sre always c*r
The cow question has been dis-
cussed on the streets, in the
stores and in the homes until ev-
eryone is familiar with it In every
detail. If you sctually think it
is for the best interests of the
town, snd the community gener*
ally, for the csttle to run stlsrge
vote that way, but if It is only
from aperaonal stand point—just
because you want your cow to
have free graxing, lay aeide your
personal Interests and voto for
the good of the community.
See Dr. M. W. Pate on the
20 21 22 and have your teeth
fixed. Office at Moore Hotel.
A. G. Hagar called Wedneaday
and handed ua a dolior for the
Regiater for a year. Mr. Hagar
Uvea on the Barr place on Bull
Creek. He aays his crop looks
well. He baa out 70 acres of
corn, 20 of wheat, 10 of oats, U
in potatoes and will plant about
9 acres in cotton. He believes in
An Insidious Danger
One of the-worst eatures of kidney
trouble is that It is an insidious dis-
ease and before the victim realizes t le
danger he may have a fatal malady.
Take Poleys Kidney remedy at the
first sign at trouble as it corrects ir-
regularities and prevents Brights dis-
ease and diabetes. Rices drug store.
For administrator and guardi-
an botias, or any other kind of
bonds see Johnson Abstract &
Loan Co., Claremore.
You will soon receive the congratu-
lations of your friends upon your im-
proved uppearance if you will take
Foleys Kipgty remedy as it tones up
the system and imparts new life and
vigor. Foleys Kidney Remedy cures
backache, nervous exhaustion and all
forms of kidney and bladder troubles.
Commence taking it today. Roy Rice.
J. Robert Gillatn has purchas-
ed the quarter section of land
lying west of Barney Mackins,
and has employed J. H. Bentley
to fence the same. The quarter
section lying just west of that
has been leased and Mr. Bentley
has the contract to fence it too.
So this will take 320 acres more
"free range" from the Inola town
cow. ' It's a "dirty measley
shame" how they are encroach-
ing up6n "our free range." Why
not enter a protest? "The town
never will amouut to anything if
they keep on fencing this land
andl require us to keek our cows
After May 1st all stock tres-
passing on our land north of
town will be impounded and a
lawful fee charged for > ame.
T. J. Rice.
R. N. Rogers.
Following is a list of letters re-
maining uncalled for in thia office:
Billie Okford Willie Oxford
Will Hague L. D. Williams
Ladies List— ~
Miss Sarah Howard.
These claiming any of tbe above
letters will please say advertised
when calling for same, and give
date of this notice.
Inola, Okie., April 2,1908.
J. V. BROWN. P. M.
W. W. HUBBARD
Hindles everything in
• General Store.
Wagons, Buggies, Plows and other
Prlcsa always In line aod quality to anil Will appreciate
your trade po matter how large or small We handle
Sweet and Pure Flour and everything
else that is good.
Full Line and Freeh Stock
Wo pay Cash (er all Kinds of Country Prodsoo
Your patropage solicited Rsst side of track
Livery, Fssd snd Ssle Stable
J. K. CRVTCHFIELD, Prep.
Good work teams for ssle for cssh or time to salt purchaser.
Oood Bigs at Reasonable Prices.
Transfer line in connection,
J. E. Ha.tha.way,
Wstohmaker and Jeweler
D. KOENIG, President
J. KOENIG, Cssbier
Inola State Bank.
CAPITAT STOCK $10,000.00
Does a General Banking Business
Every facility consistent with conservative banking
business afforded our customers. Your business solicited
has a full line of all kinds of
Lumber and Building Material
consisting of all kinds of
Dimention and Finish, Brick, Lime, Cement,
Sash, Doors, Paint, Nails, Builders' Hardware and
Asbestos Roofing. Everything that goes into a house
Window Glass, Barb wire and wire netting
The Whitney Lumber Co.
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Lime,
Builders' Ha.rdwa.rd, Etc,
We are in a position to furnish you lumber at the lowest possible
price and would be pleased to figure with you on your order
J. T. BOLINGER, Mgr;
Inola Drug Co.,
E. R. RICE, Prop.
Patent Medicines, Perfumes, Toilet Articles, Cigars and
Tobacco; Also Paints, Oils, Glass, Etc.
SCHOOL BOOKS AND CCHOOL SUPPLIES
Prescptions carefully compounded at all hours.
A. K. CRICHTON.
Mill on the Verdigris River, South of town. Orders filled on short
notice. Let us figure on your next bill
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