The Inola Register. (Inola, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 29, 1910 Page: 5 of 8
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C. H. J, Fink went to Clare-
more Mouday afternoon.
Mrs. Jane Davis is visiting her
daughter, Mrs, W. A. Moody, at
Grant Connell looked after
business at Claremore and Oola
gali last Friday and Saturday.
Mrs. R. R. Gibson sends the
Register f<>r six months to 'loin
Gibson, Stevensville, Montana.
Tanner delivers goods to any
part of the city till U' a- ni. and
after 4 p. in.
Miss Susie Stiles, who is at ,
tending school at t lie state ;cliool
at Tahlequah, is well pleased j
with the school and is getting,
Mrs. Fannie Stevenson is help-
ing out in Cameron James'
hard ware store this week while
Mr. James is taking in the fair
at Oklahoma City.
We put the goods in your
house any where in Inola il you
buy your goods from us.
Cherry & Alexander.
Grady Crutchfield was here
from Muskogee Monday. He
will attend school ut Bacone I ni
versity this term. His many
friends here wish him well.
Mrs. Sarah J. Rice, who had
be n visiting with her soil. T. J.,
at South Coffeyville for several
months, lias returned home. Her
many friends are glad to see her. i
School Supplies Tablets,com-
position books, drawing tablets, :
wax crayons, colored pencils,1
ctc., at J. H. Ross'.
J. W. Spainhower, who has!
been down with fever for several j
weeks, is some better. He has
had a long and tedious spell. His
daughter. Miss Cor;i, who is also
sick, is reported some better.
The farmers have a great deal
of their wheat ground in tine
shape for sow ing but are waiting
on rain. The acreage this year
will be greater than that of last
Lawyer D. G. Elliott, of Clare
more, was in the city Monday.
Mr. Elliott is the democratic
nominee for county attorney
and is well qualified for the place
and will make 11s ti y> nl officer.
Some land is changing hands.
J. S. Alexander is moving into
the CundilT house, built by E. S.
Robb last year.
C. B. Littlefield and Geo.
Walkley were here from Clare-
more on business yesterday.
Call and see Mrs.Cherry'snew
line of millinery goods.
Julius Derickson, a German
farmer from Iowa, was here last
week and purchased 40 acres of
land from R. N. Rogers, east of
town and will move on same in
I the near future. This is a part
I of the John Quinton allotment
and is a good piece of land.
For farm and city loans, fire
I lightning or tornado insurant-,
| see H L. Wells
A. B. Mull, a prosperous far
mer living 4 miles northwest of
town, called at our office Mon
day. This is Mr. Mull's second
year here. He has his place well
improved and is making money.
His farm was set in cotfkle burs
when he purchased it but he has
them killed out now.
Tanne • wants your butter,
eggs, chickens, turkeys, geese
C. C. Chenhall, who lives south
east of Inola, has his new dwell-
ing house about finished. It is
now ready for the plasterers and
R. R. Dickens is there doing that
work. Mr. Chenhall will have
one of the best farm houses in
this part of the country.
House for rent:—4 room house
centrally located, cistern and
Mrs. C. C. Price and son.Chas.
left last Saturday for Parsons,
Ks , to consult a specialist in re
gard to Charley's eyes which
have been bothering him for
sometime. They also went on to
Joplin to visit relatives for a few
L 1j James departed last Sun
day for Oklahoma City for a visit
with old time friends. He will
also take in the sights at the Ok
1 ihoma State Fair which opened
up there on the 27th. Mrs.
James and little Dortha are al-
read there, having been gone
about two weeks.
Dave Louderback commenced
sowing wheat Monday.
Albert Nees made a business
trip to Wagoner Monday.
J. W. Logan made a business
trip to Wagoner last Friday.
W. H. Williams has our thanks
for a renewal of subscription.
Geo. R. Lochrie, a Kansas City
real estate dealer, was here on
C. H. J. Fink is building a
slaughter house for B. F. Tan
ner on his farm west of town.
If you want to sell your farm
or town property list with
H. L. WELLS
ARE THE BEST
Cherry ® Alexander
Mrs. Vernon Grimes and little
son, of Newton, Ks,. are here
visitirg Rev. and Mrs. J. A.
Millard Sunderland, Lloyd
Service, R. E. and Eddie Bush
took the 3 o'clock train Monday
J. W. Rice, who is down with
typhoid fever is getting along
nicely, and Miss Myrl who had a
severe spell, is able to be about.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy R. Rice
came down last Friday from
Adair for a few < ays visit with
relatives. Guy returned home
Sunday but Mrs Rice will re
main here for several days yet.
I need your money and you
need my goods. Why not let us
trade while this sale is on.
C. B. BRIXEY
Mrs. Will Crichton drew the
the dishes at Cherry & Alexan-
der's drawing yesterday after
noon. She held ticket 4 37 50
and the clock stopped at 4 87 59.
A large crown witnessed the
Walter Cleaver, living east of
town, called this morning. He
said that quite a lot of improve-
ments were being made in his
locality. Mr. Cleaver had the
Register sent to his wife at Fon-
tana, Wis., for three months.
She will return to Inola after
Don't you think for a moment
that you can't get greater bar
gaing at our slaughter sale than
ever before offered in Inola.
Come in and be convinced
C. B. BRIXEY
R. E. Ed m isson came over from
[ Beggs yesterday to look after
matters at the Inola State Bank.
He has recovered from attack of
typhoid fever but has not yet
. gained enough strength to take
up his duties as cashier at- the
bank. He returned to Beggs
Fresh and salt meat, lard, etc ,
at Tanner's market.
The people in the Mull neigh-
borhood will give a box supper at
the Ross school house, 5 miles
northwest of Inola tomorrow
night, the proceeds to be used to
pay on the pastor's salary there.
Leteverybydy that can. turn I
out and help in this laudable un-
The M. E. ladies will give a pie
supper in Inola Saturday night,
Oct. 8th. Everybody invited.
Let the ladies bring pies with
them and the men money to buy
Save your money till Oct. 1st
and then visit C. B. Brixey's
store where everything will be
shown you at a greater bargain
than ever before.
New Shoes and Dry
Goods at Hubbard's
New Slippers, Emproidery Ribbon
Nice New Ribbon 15c yard.
Bargain Counter in Shoes for men. women and
Child res, $1 2o to $2.00
We have just received n nice line of buggies, including
top buggies, run abouts and spring wagons
W. W. HUBBARD
position books, drawing tablets,
wax crayons, colored pencils,
etc., at J. H. Ross'.
Rev. J. A. Grimes tilled his
regular appointment at Talala
last Sunday. They had a tern
perance rally meeting Sunday
night and had it big crowd and
an enthusiastic meeting.
Everybody go to C. C. Briexy
while the big sale is on and get
the worth of your money. If you
need a pair of shoes get them
while the price is right.
A number of young people
gathered at the home of Mr. and .
Mrs. R. A. Reynolds last Satur j
day night and gave their daugh-j
ter, Miss Bertha, a surprise;
party. A nice time is reported, i
Sammie Stiles and Will Cart J
wright have purchased B. F. |
Tanners restaurant and now
have full charge of same. These
young men are hustlers and we
hope to see them succeed.
Mr. and Mr. W. H. Brink, liv-
ing 4 miles west of Inola, lost
their 3 months old baby last Sun-
day. The remains were interred
in the Inola cemetry Monday.
D. F. Louderback commenced
sowing wheat Monday. Mr.
Louderback had a good crop last
year and will increase the acre-;
age this year.
All republicans are urged to
attend the speaking here Satur-
day, Oct. 1. at ill a. m. Demo
crats are also invited.
Hon. O. L. Rider, of Vinita,
candidate for district judge, will
deliver in address.
Congressman C. E. Creager
will also be here and speak.
Be sure and come and hear
these able speakers discuss the
issues of the day.
Guy L. Davis,
T. J. LUDLOW,
Dray and Transfer Line
All kinds of hauling done on short notice
W. L. HARRIS
Grain and Hay
I will pay you the highest
cash price for your Corn*
Scales East Side of Track
Cherry ?■ Alexander
Nice Line of i)ry Goods, Groceries,
Millinery and Notions.
Up-to-Date Line of Shoes
We pay Cash for all Kinds of Country Produce
HENRY L. WELLS.
(Jood workmanship and courteous
treatment. Give ine a call
New Fall Goods
STAR BRAND SHOES
Nacherfit Shoes for Children
This is a foot form Shoe, designed to let
the foot grow as it should. They come
in Patents, Qun Metal, Tan and Elk
Fall Patterns of Ginghams and
Outings Now on Sale
H. W. ESTES
The Store for the People
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Rothgeb
enjoyed a few days visit the first
week from their brother in law,
F. M. Wright, and niece, Miss
Jennie Bellman, both of Beau-
mont. Ks. Mr. Wright disposed
of his farm near Claremore,
Miss Esther Williams, of Law-
rence, Ks.. who bad been visiting
her sister, Mrs. Courtney, wife
of Dr. H. L Courtney, for sever-
al months, left Monday night tor
Ness City, Ks., where she will
visit for a few weeks and then go
on to her home at Lawrence.
For sale:—One tine young Pol-
and China Berkshire male hog.
Enquire of W. C. Atkins.
Cows for Sale
I have a number of fresh cows,
with calves by their side, for sale.
Also 1 3 year old Short Horn
male. CHAS. ROSS,
2i miles east of Ir.ola.
l have received my millinery
goods and have them opened up
and am ready for the fall trade.
1 have all the latest designs in
hats and can suit the most fas
tidious. Call and see.
A span of tine match bay Coach
Horse . Colts; also one Scotch
Colley pup at $5. —A. B. Mull.
See Dr. Bryan at Claremore
Office over Bank of Claremore
No hunting or other trespass
ing will be allowed on any land
under my control.
Will Serve -Dinner
The Ladies Aid Society of the
M. E. Church will serve dinner
in Inola on election day, Nov. 8.
Further particulars will be given
I am now prepared to do all
kinds of dental work on short
notice. Would be pleased to
have you give me a trial.
J. H. ROSS,
Dry Goods, Groceries, Shoes, Notions,
Ladies and Gents Furnishings.
Highest price paid for Country Produce
J E. Hathaway,
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Inola Drug Co
E. R. RICE, Prop.
Patent Medicines. Perfumes, Toilet Articles. Cigars and
Tobacco: Also Paints, Oils, Glass. Etc.
« it J ^,1 all
Good Farm Land Wanted f
We will buy. during the next two weeks, any good tnrm
land within six or seven miles of Inola, if we can jet Itat the
right price, either Improved or unimproved. Wo must buy
direct from tne owner.
What Have you to Offer?
Oive price. Quarter. Section and Range, and if improved de -
cribe improvements, and write to
THE STANDARD LOAN CO.,
BERT R. GREER, Manager
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The Inola Register. (Inola, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 29, 1910, newspaper, September 29, 1910; Inola, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc180279/m1/5/: accessed May 20, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.