The Inola Register. (Inola, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 6, 1910 Page: 4 of 8
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! School Supplies j
We represent the Oklahoma Book Company in the I
aale of School Books for this district and are in a'position |
t< furnish you with all the books your children need with I
out ,ThP n °f a fPW that th° M,H,k I'Hny have bin I
out or, however we are using «*very effort 10 get them in ■
a" CHrrir * linP of tab,ot8' f, - b"th pon and I
pi ned, and a variety of b<>.\ stationery, which makes an ■
nennll l it5 to<). «'Ur assortment of lead ■
pencds, pen holders and pencil sharpeners—book straps 1
STe^rH," etC" " ""oh """ J'"u' "* |
Hunting Season open. m<>n No uinn need si
use an old muzzle loader now. Our line of Kuns includes S
MaHin * doubl* hart el "hot Kuns, Winchester and 5
MarJin pumps automatic, etc. Stevens Hammer less &
pumps—something new right now—a dandy. ^
Cameron & James §
_ Pt>r all Kinds of
FrcsK and Salt Meat, Lard, Produce, ctc
go to Tanners meat market. Also carry a nice line of
Staple and Fancy Groceries
B. F. TANNER
Every person*needinfj a watch to- send
for one of our II Jewel LaSalle Watches
wath 10 yearlguaranteed gold case.
Seeing is Believing
Let us send you this watch by express
for examination, so you can see it with your
own eves before you buy it. Wc take all the
risk. You are the judge. If satisfactory
after examination pav express agent our
Special Bargain Sale Price $5.00 and ex-
Prj** c^rges and it is yours—mens and
ladies size—hunting or open face cases.
Say which kind you want when ordering. Address.
_W^P. DOBSON, Jeweler, Claremore, Okla
The Inola Register: Falacy of Prohibition
' ■ 1 T>a Doom is Always Marked by
Plain Truth and Reason
Elk City. Okla.. Oct. —Elk City
is the largest town in Beckham county
From January 10 to December 13. 190M
the following shipments of liquors
were received in this city over the
Rock Island railroad:
169 barrels of whiskey.
482 cases of whiskey.
1,033 barrels of beer.
13 cases of beer.
This does not include the large
amount of liquor shipped by express
nor does it include liquors shipped to
Oemoeratlc State Ticket
Governor, Lee Cruce
Lieutenant Governor. J. J. McAlester
Seey, State, Ben P. Harrison
Auditor, Let) Meyer
Treasurer. Robert Dunlop
Supt. Pub. Inst.. R. H. Wilson
Attorney General, Chas. West
Chanties and Cor., Kate Bernarxl
Labor Coin., Chas. Daugherty
Corporation Com., ti. A. Henshaw
Board Agriculture, T. ti. Bryan
Mate Printer. U. W. Karris '
Inspector and Examinor. C. A. Taylor
Mine Inspector, Ed Boyle
Insurance Com.. P. A. Ballard
Clerk Supreme Court. W. H. Campbell
Judges ot Supreme Court. Jesse lJiiiin
M. J. Kane
Congress, Jas. S. Davenport
District Judge, T. L. Br£w„
Mate Senator. Uid Graham
Reprasentate. Joe Chambers
t tutorial Rep. W. L. Jeffords
Judge, H. Tom Kight
Attorney. D. G. Elliott
Sheriff, W. K. Sanders
Treasurer. W. H. Roger*
Register of Deeds. W. P. Pavne
District Clerk, Lee Settle
County Clerk, W. J. Eldridite
County Supt. B. H. Hester
Surveyor K. H. Boyd
weigher, J. W. Ha nigra ve
Commissioner, 1st Dist. John Dirickson
Justice of the Peace, I). L. Barron
Trustee, W. C. Atkins
Constable, John Evans
Clerk, R. A. Revnolds
Treasnrer, W. L. Harris
J. W. GIBSON, President
W. L. HARRIS, Vice President
R. E, liiDMibbON, Cusliier
RAY SHEARER, Assistant Cashier
INOLA STATE BANK
Capital and Surplus $2l,Q00.oo
A Bank with something solid behind it
Deposits Guaranteed—Substantial Stockholders
Deposit with us when you have money—We will
loan ycu when you need money.
Enrollment first month
Avenge daily attendance
Neither absent nor tardy 9|
Those milking one in thei
l<>th— Fred Liu tier
!Uh- Keles Spainhower, Stella
6th—Mildred i ourtney
5th—Pae Spainhower, Velma
4th- Prank Tinker, Pearley
3d—Mary Adams. Hilda Mc-
Lain, Etn ma Floyd, Willie Stroun
i-'d Hurnal Riuys
1st—May McClanahan, Cliar-
( hart Sarah Williams, Keitl
Pastes, Clarissa Carnahan
The work this month has been
rather difficult for all concerned.
We have not yet been supplied by
the various book companies witl
all the needed books. Our watei
supply has been limited, and dif
ficult of access since the pumps
wliere Mr. Sweeten in engnfre in ; ter( Mi„g PklrUi „ Ppy„r
running a feed store and watfon
yard, and is doing a g.iod busi
All members of Inola Lodge,
No. 130. A H. T. A., are reques-
ted fo be present on Friday niyht
Oct. ith. Special business on
hand. Ry order of the presi-
S. A. Allen, of Nevada, Mo,
was here last week looking af
ter his real estate Interests. Mr.
Allen own the farm that J. W.
•Stanley lives on. He is well
pleased with his investment here
H. L. Wells made a business
trip to Claremore Monday.
|1.00 PER YEAR.
Visit to the Home of
Hon. Gid Graham
Mrs. Luton and myself recent-
ly visited the home of I'oii. ( id
Graham, south c f Claremore.
M r. Graham has one of the beau
tiful country homes of Rogers
commanding a tine view of ihe
BY INOLA PRINTING CO
M. J. PHILLIPPE, MANAGER.
Entered at the post office at
Inola, I. T., as second class mail
Thursday. Oct. 7, 1910
are broken. We have enough
seats and desks but they are not I
Properly distributed, and there lCOUnty* 8,tua,p<i "n
seems to be no one to do the
The outdoor exercise at inter
mission is handicapped by th
fact that our only play ground
| belongs to someone else How-
over, we are all teacher; and pu
pils, making the most of every
situation, both good and hid
Put up your hammer and bell)
Notice of Publication
State of Oklahoma, County of Roar-
In the District Court of said County
C. H. Smith, Plaintiff,
B. B. Jones and Irwin Donovan,
a ... . , Befendant..
Saul defendants. B. B. Jones and
Irwin Donovan, will take notice that
tney have been sued in the above
named court in an action to cancel
deed anil quiet title, the some beinir
civil case No. 707. and must answer
the petition tiled therein by said plain-
tiff, on or before the 12th day of Octo-
ber, 1910, or said petition will be
taken as true and a judgment for said
plaintiff as asked by him will be
granted and rendered accordingly.
Attested: LEK SETTLE,
,, _ of District Court.
By C. T. McClelland, Deputy.
H. Tom Kifjht, Atty. for Plaintiff.
1st pub. Sept. 1. 1910.
Notice of Publication
State of Oklahoma, County of Rog-
ers, ss. "
In the District Court of said Countv
o. C. Besett. Plaintiff,
F'armers Bank Building
A. F. MOOD,
Attornay at Law.
Both civil and criminal practice
| Probate practice, sale of Minors*
| lands and Land Titles a specialty.
[ Office over post-office.
St. La I. Ma & Sou.
R. R Co.
191 Local Freight
f :36 a m
H:00 p m
K O0 p
p r, p ii I ill 1 lit J*- liquors SD
jravP8 'ias purchased a any other point in the county
farm over on Grand river, east
of Chouteau, and will move there
sometime this winter. We dis-
like to see them leave here as
they are some of our best citi
zena. They will leave here res
pected by all who know them.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hickam de-
parted last Friday for a visit
relatives in Missouri.
If liquor is to be sold in Oklahoma,
then Oklahoma should receive the rev-
enue from that aale.
Under the law initiated by the
people, and to be voted on by them
on November, 8, 1910, the county road
and bridge fund receives one thousand
dollars for each retail liquor license
granted in a county, and one thousand
dollars goes to the local community
to for public improvements.
C. B. Brixey will nay the top
pi ice foe butter,chickes and eygs
and will deliver (roods to any Dart
the city. Call me up when
you want groceries and have
them delivered to your door.
B. B. Jones and Irwin Donovan,
,. , , Defendants.
Said defendants. B. B. Jones mnd
-- Ir«"n Donovan, will take notice that'
surrounding country for miles eU^l^inTa'ctii,""to'c^f I
around. In the river bottom not quiet title, the same bein r civil I
- from the house Mru.*' «' 7o"' atul n,ust answer the'
Graham lias a fine farm of tl.M ,;<t P*"111'0" therein by said plain- I
growing a splendid crop of both i'V"® a,ml a Jud^""'"t for said plain-1
Cotton and corn. ili",a,k * ked by him will be granted
/ . , I 3n<l r..... I..... I a. . ** "
On our arrival at the house we
went will, Mr. Graham to nee
No. 192 Local Freight 11:45am
A. B. ADC OCK, Local Auffit
his \ouiitf orchard, consisting of!
many aci e.s apple, peach, pear
and plum trj'es. Those trees, we
wore informed, were from 4 to
b years old and we were sur-
- — — ; «hin"u IU
tin us anked by him will be
| and rendered accordingly.
Attested: LEE SETTLE, |
n <•> -n .9'rk of B'*trict Court! |
By U T. Mct.lelland. Deputy.
H. Tom Kight, Atty. for Plaintiff.
Notice of Sale of Real Estate
Hart Schiffher Mux
Any young man, every
young; man appreciates
the smart style in clothes
and we have
young men's styles here ready
for those who appreciate good
tjuility in addition to style.
Such quality pays; a.l wool
fabrics, tine tailoring, it's the
<>nly thing that pays in clothes;
it pays you and us
Suits $20 to $30
Overcoats $18 to $30
Clotlicroft all wooll clothes" 0
$10 to $20
T/iis store is the home of
Hart Shaffner & Marx clothes
Htnan Shoes Stetson Hats
Big Bargain Sale
Look here one and all, I am
going to move my entire stock of
goods to the Oscar Jeffers build
as soon as the seelving and coun
ters are completed, and in order-
to save trouble in moving I am
goinir to put everything right
down at bed rock prices for a
ten days sale, commencing Oct.
1st. and ending the 10th. This
Sale will be strictly a cash Sale,
and when I say cash I mean it
1 have a complete stock of shoes
for men, women and children —
tho best in town, and am making
a slaughter price for this sale-
a specialty on shoes. 10U0 other
things at bargain saving prices
C. B. BUIXEY
in Inola. Everybody invited
prised to see such a fine crop"of er*'^ °' Oklaho,na' County of R0(r-
fruit on the peach trees. We
have not seen tiner peaches any
where. The apple trees were
just beginning to beat , and had
only a tew apples on them, hut
they were of excellent quality.
Some idea of the cost of this
orchard, in both labor and
ey, can he obtained when we see
that upon the ground where the
fruit, trees now grow was once a
| In the County Court.
I **e,rKII;l May Lamb and An-
drew- J. Lainh, Minor..
D. W. Lamb, Guardian,
. . Probate No. 100(,
Notice is hereby jfiven that on the
21st day of October. |' 10, th.- under-
•iKned (fuardian of the property „f
., M*y Lamb and Andrew J.Lamb
7,', 'f? J!1® h.khe t bi.ldt r for ea.h
■ill of the following de*crib«xl real et-
Ella May Lamb: The aw quarter
Is ths only ?
Laderer-Davis Clothing Co.
Demoeratic Campaign Book
The Democratic National Con
gressional committee has issued
its campaign book and is now
distributing it. Tha committee
them through contributions and
in the sale of book at $1 per copy,
forftOcacopy in lots of ten or
more The book is replete *ith
valuable matter and is said to be
the best campaign book ever is
sued. Ryery democrat should
have it and in this year of demo
Crat'fj 'or "upremacv
shfiuld gladly contribute to the
^mL.raitrnL by purchasing the
book, rhecommittee did valiant
service in Maine with notable re
suits, and if democrats every-
where, will rise to the occasion
by their dollar contributions, the
democratic sun will rise triumph
antly—not to set for 50 years to
f°ike; S#?nd ?our order or con
tributions to P. p. Garrett,
Ireas Democratic Campaign
Committee 821, 15th St. North
west, Washington, D. C.
heavy forest, ev^ry tr -eof whTch of lu "
I several ; jhe <|liarter of the "w'qu.n"!? .lid
hundred head live stock, be-j * the iw quarter and the
lieves in diversitiod farrnin&r I c*uarter ^ the aw quarter of the
Oklabornf '"J,"' *°K"n Coun,v-
™ .kTT^.' Probate matter.
23c', day ot September, 1910,
!!f0n-!LP<fti,ion in court b;
the al>ove named guardian, I>. W
int"Jh; ""f,f0r U,e PurPO e of educat-
ing the «a,d minor*. After a careful!
„ 1. -J |«>ssioie M)
make a success of farming alone
and that farmers should keep
stock toconmsuethe waste prod
uctn i)f the farm.
Mr. Graham is a candidate for
state senator and we would be
pleased t4 see him elected. We
h J"* ^"tevor* whether
dein<K rat or republican, ought I !n*"iiRa,i?n and nnu-
tf Vote for him. We need inoi e ln|f'hat ",l! ,alp * • necr.uary and
farmers in t ur Jeg slative bndioM 1 '"tere.t. of .aid ward.,
I cannot see how bodies, .aid order «i. granted in .aid cauj
h . "ow w« can ever :the a«ne being probate No KM*.
I«Ho„^^lr.-!^tAhe ®vil" ot legis notified that
* aid .ale will be made at the .aid
lation effecting the fanning
laboring interests of this nation
ao long as we send men to repre
mon wul! 'mVe nolhin« n com
mon with us.
It is my belief that the man
ln the fields, who
pitches hay under a July sun
who feeds cattle in the snow and
ice, known more how to symna
thize with the farmer and laborer,
U?«°nTl er u'hat kb®y need
than the man who sUys in the
office or a tore could pe*AibJv
know or feel. I hope the day is
not far remote when wp will see
I^.r inK and lab"ring class
thi> nrPre"?nted m«n from
their own ranks.
D. E. LUTEN.
Tho -k • Clttr«n">re, Okla.
The above is copied from a re-
cent issue of the Claremore Pro-
,hat bU> may* be
left at the office of the county judire of
Roger. County, wiled, up until 12
ber^Oin00" h 2Ut day < «o-;
rwi? # ,d* to contain certified
check, for one-third of the amount bid.
All pereon. interested will take no-
TM. th^Isth accordingly
the 2Sth day of 8epteml>er. J910
D- W. LAMB
c. V. ELLIOTT,
Physician and Surreon
All calls promptly answered j
Office over Strong's store I
H. L. COURTNEY,
Ph>aician and Surge«n. I
Office neat to Rice'a Drug .tore '
C*lla promptly attended I
Ju t Think of It?
Tmj Fail Sewini Mwhint i7 io.
jured for h*t ye.n g inM icrident
breakm. wear, fire, loniade. lirtT
SiSL MM> Thi* tkenZTt
ll « T— *• «M. uck|M
fcnd ter our booklet "In the D«v* Wot*
rai« Si wing Machini Co., Ckicap>, III
Sold by Cameron & James
A Hail-Storm of Ljd
The limni Vii.'blc i -
s . r> ^<-<.1.. i 14,
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?!"' "rfM ,k€
Ct}«ririttr4 lo k« ik. ' a
Mlr. 1 U"i wnrKjrf
lfT«.r |, , v|„
Polnfa lor th« Sharpd>oo<«r.
nur.tcr and Tiipthookr
lSo*V•'« « >h.l kl.4 W
I. —4 l.ul
*- fcrVk.'H *"k
ARMS & TOOL CO.
Tba Factory of Fracblx
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