The Inola Register. (Inola, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 6, 1913 Page: 4 of 8
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Inola Hardware & Imp. Co.
Hie Inola Register
G. D. DAVIS,
ROSS It, BAYLESS,
THE INOLA STATE BANK
Condensed Statement of Condition at Close of Business,
February, 4, 1913.
Loans and Disc. $47,989.98
Overdrafts - 71.80
Warrants - 1,271.96
Real Estate, Furni-
ture and Ffx. 3,466.93
Cash and Exchange 13,931.55
Total - $66,732.22
Capital Stock -
Surplus & Profits
The above Statement is Correct
ROSS R. BAYLESS, Cashier
$1.00 Per Year
M. J. PHILLIPPE,
Publisher anil Propiietor
Thursday. March 6, 1913
Deputy L. S. Hubbard Here
Deputy Simp iff L. 8. Hubbard
of Claremore, was in the city
1 uesday on official business.
'Hubbard is the man who located
the still over near Catoosa a few
weeks ago and who notified
Sheriff Stephens, and the two
captured the man, took the still
and turned tiipm over to the
■United States authorities.
Mr. Hubbard told us about
•capturing 11-5 gallon kegs and
•20 quarts of whiskey, and three
persons with it near Claremore
.a few days ago. The whiskey
was spilled and the men were
turned over to the United States
authorities and are now in jail at
1 he way of the transgressor
seems to be hard under this new
No Credit, Pay Cash
The old mortgage and credit system
is rapidly weakening. The teachings
of the fanners union is bearing fruit.
Every true blue farmers union man is
living at home and practicing the most
rigid economy. Thousands are leav-
ing the land of bondage and entering
the promised land—the land of pay-
cash-as-you-go. Let us all join the
band that is marching to the promised
You can buy your goods cheap-
er, you can get better service,
you don't have to help pay
Moved Oil Rig
J. M. Coker, with his big force
of men and teams, moved Josh
Ballard's oil rig last Friday and
Saturday on to the J. W. Moore
land—the Webb & Denny lease
about a half mile north of Cur
tis Monroe's farm. Mr. Ballard
will drill this well and probably
another, on this land. Webb &
Denny have several hundred
acres leased north of town
— — -w pwj bud
accounts, you can live easier and if * . ..
so can the merchant. Now it is Vm/r ° Ca- Send
up to you to get out of the oldl? i ^ re*,a,rs b-V
rut, and start a better route Efi rM P. Dobson
right now. Prom now on we Claremore, Okla. Mail
will sell all goods in our store at! g 8 free upon request
5 to 25 cents on the dollar cheap- ti,- i -.-..a u«—-s
er than ever before. Here is just Largest Magazine in
a few of our many bargains: the World
Sugar 17l'bs - ion fu j08fc pdlted magazine pub-
Tomatoes 15c size X ,,Sh?dat 50(5 >'Pr Five
Corn 2 cans 'i- ° 8 £er Copy at a" news deal
Hominy 2 cano - . 'is ry lady. who apprecia
If vou don't tmHo i a S°"d magazine should send
ifjou dont trade here we. for a free sample copy and pre
That Public Sale
The public sale which has been
so extensively advertised since
the rnemorable"Chicago conven-
tion which was pulied off ui June
last year, took place on schedule
time at Washington Tuesday
.vitli Col. W. J. Brian as auction-
eer, and Wood row Wilson, clerk.
The weather was ideal and it was
memorable day. A large
crowd was in attendance but the
bidders were few. The follow-
ing described property was sold:
One elephant.smooth mouthed,
age uncertain, well fed but looks
rather thin after a strenuous
campaign, small scar on right
side, having been gored by a bull
One set of golf sticks, slightly
worn; one steam rooler, good as
new, only been used one year;
one job lot of post office fixtures.
A sale occurred at Oyster Bay
at the same hour and the follow-
ing was offered:
One bull uioose, calved in June
1912. but extra large for its age
and imported from Africa.
One big stick, slightly worn.
Three socilwt planks, good as
new, used only once. Also the
remnants of the Tennessee Coal
& Iron Co.
Free Lunch with bull moose
sandwiches, was served.
C. C". Chenhall enjoyed a visit j Poultry Show
last week from his brother in-1 A T, ...... - ' t
'aw. W. C. Thomas, of Sooth| B nt°™'' U* ^ "'e
Dakota. Mr.Thoo.aa had be J .^7 niT
down on the gulf for hi, health j " "1 " t," ?°« 1
and stopped off here for a few Mr, ' Th"
days. He was ,er, favorably \
t_„ I be at least 200 birds there. If
you have any show stock get
them ready. This show will be
impressed with our country
All legal voters of the Incor
porated Town of Inola, Oklaho
ma, are hereby notified that an
election will be held by said town
on Tuesday, April 1, 1913, for
the purpose of electing
One Trustee from 1st Ward
One Trustee from 2d Ward
One Trustee from 3d Ward
One Trustee from 4th Ward
One Justice of the Peace
One Clerk ,
All nominations must be tiled
with the County Election Board
not later than the 8th day of
J. S. H. SMELSER,
W. L. HARRIS,
President Town Board
held in Claremore.
both loose money.
BERT M. DRAPER
.—The Cast* Store—
Roy McLain made a business
trip to Wagoner yesterday.
Mrs. Maude Wilder, of Clare-
more, returned home Tuesday
after a week's visit with her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Coker.
The ground has dried up now
so that the farmers are able to
get into their fields and sow oats.
If the weather continues favora-
ble people will about finish sow
ing this week.
noium catalog. Address,
Todays Magazine, Canton, Ohio
If you want a farm loan
have real estate to sell see
Ayres K. Ross, Claremore, Okla.
Another Demonstration Farm
The sixth demonstration farm
on the Iron Mountain tracks of
the Missouri Pacific Iron Moun
State of Oklahoma, County of Ro
In the County Court.
T . , Probate No. 1310.
In Re Administration of estate of
Williams, Deceased. Hattie
Now on this the 6th day of Kebua rv
1913, B. F. Clark, having filed his £
tition herein, duly verified, represent-
ing to the court that W. R. Williams
did on Uie^yth, day of December, llX)8,
sell the hereinafter described reai
estate to S. V. Tucker, which real
estate is particularly described as fol-
The East Half of the North West
Quarter of Section 31, Township Ten
North. Range Twenty-seven West, ly-
1"5_and beinfT in Franklin County, ■
Cherry will sell disc harrows
and Weber wagons cheap.
J. Shope and Charley Omstead
have organized a show and will
start on the road the last of the
week. riiey have fitted up a
wagon and will travel overland.
Charley has a moving picture
outfit and they will have moving
pictures and vaudeville. Mr.
Shope is a good performer on
the stage and he has others with
him equally as good. Charley
Omstead will tiurnish the music.
He is a line musician. We wish
them success in thtir new un-
BUCKBEE'S SEEDS SUCCEED I ,
M«4e • bntld New BmIbw. A trial Will'
m«k8 yuu our permanent euwomer.
GUARANTEED TO FL*75.
I Wrtttto-dmy; Meat/on thlt Pmoer.
SEND 10 CENTS 1
\lU. Buckbw.157' ;
J.S.Alexander made a busi
Hess trip to the county
P. H. Pumeroy, of Denver,
Col., who had been visiting his
sister, Mrs. Hattie Williams, 3
miles west of town, returned
home yesterday. Mr. Pumeroy
is a clever sociable gentleman
seat and made many warm friends
during his stay here.
Our stock reducing
sale to make room for
Spring Goods still con-
tinues. Call and see us.
Laderer-Davis Clothing Co
The Home of hart Shaffner & Marx Clothes
Rogers County Creamery
There is a movement on foot
to establish a creamery at Clare-
i more to be owned and operated
by the farmers of Rogers county
It is to be operated on the
co operative plan, and in connec-
tion with the creamery will also
be operated a cash market for
chickens, eggs and other pro-
A meeting will be held at 1 p.
m., in the court room at Clare-
more Saturday the 8th, to act on
this- matter and get the move
started. Every farmer |in the
county is urged to attend this
A creamery operated on the
right principle would be a good
thing for the county, and the
farmers should attend th'is meet
ing and discuss this question
and get the matter started right.
The past two seasons have
demonstrated, beyond a doubt,
that this is a creamery country,
and that there are great possi
bilities in store for us in this
Jine. Thousands of dollars
worth of or&m have been ship-
ped away from Inola during the
past two years, and the people
have been satisfied with the price
paid, but they are always looking
out for a better market, and a
creamery so near our home, cer-
; tainly would stimulate the busi-
i ness and give us a better market
I for our products.
Inola should be well repre-
C. V. ELLIOTT,
Physician and Surgeon
* • o . , . I inp anil b
tain bystem, has been located at|Arkansas
Arcadia, Mo , on the grounds of „,r'la* Pursuant to said sale W. R
.be Arcadia Collie, *l„g S St
the right of.way of the railroad. llv.e,r1in writing a Bond for Title to, ,,L . .
Rev. Father John Adrian of the after thesis' v tucker, and there-: Phys>c«an and Surgeoi
college, who has been a student and valuable consideration aL^n^f j A11 calls PromPtly answered
of scientific farming for some- Lrilfith"'V2KKRRcSk over Strong's store
time, will be in charge under the an<1 that he>1)16 sa'd B. v. Clarke,' u
general supervision of Mr. L, A. |Kd K SrSlteSd
Markham, Commissioner of Ag- 4? ntfhts thereunder; that the condi-
ricultureoflhe Iron Mountain, i£3 JMTES? 'g,'r £?
Eighteen acres will be placed PJ,ed ?1th 80 far Hs tlie K>antee
under cultivation at once, a,id pe'Zn". TT™!
within a year or so the farm will °"e.P.a3'ment ° same in the amount of
be extended to twenty Ave or: £
thirty acres. The business in- •mter.'S. WI2.omilpai,l:,hanheMi,l
teresta and residents of Arcadia liu."!?,?,
united in a movement to have the heha#i een furnished with a l'o<«i
railroad company select this site, keyingTiStoS;t0 Said ,and co"-
lhe farm will also be used in! That said B. F. Clark, in his said
conjunction with the course of Kfr'h0" ?ra,'s th.at same be sct ''own
agriculture included in the col-
Stliil H(1minititmivt v i _•
R-. S. P0RTW00D,
Ellington Building Room.s6and7
i . * , . 'r"" iiiirti iitMri
[said admmistratri* be ordered and
directed to make him, the said B. F
Clarke, a koo<1 and sufficient deed'
conveying to him a good and warran-
teed title to said real estate.
Is therefore ordered, adjudged and
decreed that said petition be and the
U '1 inn !c> U 1 . . *
A specialty will be made of
fruits, particularly apples, which
it is believed can be grown as
successfully there as in South- —L""1 :*,m Hcl,t«on be and the
western Missouri and North-1 ?4thdaSy0TMareh ma^aY'thf c°£
western Arkansas. Small fsuits, ")Urt r«om in the city of Claremore^
such as grapes and berries, par-, S*"* ^ounty. state of Oklahoma'
ticularly strawberries, will be l t'r 10 °'c,ock. a. m., at
Will be a feature, as the ground and directing said Hattie
IS ideal for that purpose. Corn, 1 a* administratrix of the es-
oats, clover, alfalfa and other ««uteY'Dro™r rn"18' deceas<•(,■
8y"t?mat,C plan of aPP^ar and file his object ion so ^
crop rotation will be employed. malte 8a">e t° the court, in open court
Methods or improvinu aoiia 'and iroS, J.5","fwJ
be a feature of the work. i Clarke. i
The location of demonstration ordered ,hat th., order
farm, on the Mi..00ri Pacific
Col C. E. HAYHURST,
will call your sale any place or at
any time at reasonable terms.
He has the ex| erience and will
do it right and please the people.
Make dates with Cha.s. Ross,
Inola, Okla. '
Col. C. E. HAYHURST,
. sented at this meeting.
Missouri Pacitir „ pub,Uhed in ^e Inola Register, a
Iron Mountain System wif bS
under the directi^'o, kr G^ | -f •
K. Andrews, recenty appointed wh,er"rf 1 have hereunto
Commissioner of Agriculture ?nd the *eal court
for the Missouri Pacific p?oDer ! * 6 wM^ruar^ 1913
Mr. Markham's jurisdiction be- Judge of Rogers CoLnty,'
ing over the Iron Mountain I 2 L, 8ute o1 Oklahoma!
tracks. J Robson, Claremore, Okla
eb. 13 .1 Alt,. ror Admii
Now is the time to
Buy Alfalfa, Red, Sweet
All kinds of grass seed, cane
|kafii, millet, milo maize, and
We have complete stocks. If
your I oca, dealer does not sell
our seed write us for samples
and prices. p,B8
Arthur G. Lcc,
Ft. Smith, . ^
H. L. COURTNEY
Physician and Surgeon
Office near Inola State Bank
Calls promptly attended
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