The Inola Register. (Inola, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 2, 1914 Page: 4 of 8
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SOMFTINFS ta^s a *rMt d«a* °* grinding and patience
UUIVIL I lllLU to keep tools sharp, and grinding takes time.
Save time and expense by using our
brand of Grindstones and Tools
Come and £ee
Inola Hardware & Implement Go.,
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The Inola Register
M. J. PHILLIPPE,
Publisher and Proprietor
$1.0Q Per Year
Thursday, July 2,1914
Mrs. C. W. Crichton returned
last Friday from a ten days' visit
to relatives at Deering and Cha-
nute, Ks. She reports a pleas
G. H. Rash, of the Inola Hard
.ware & Implement Co., returned
the first of the week from a busi-
iiese trip to Kansas Citv. He
made some heavy purchases for
the firm. Mr. Rash reports a
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wyckoff,
of Bunch, Are here visiting
friends and also looking after
$he rent on their farm east of
Jtown. Mr. Wyckoff is farming
"t Bunch and says he has a good
We keep a full and complete
line of groceries Knd deliver any
where in town on short notice.
Call or phone us for your gro-
P. M. Courtney returned yes-
terday morning from Kansas
City where he shipped three
/oars of cattle. He struck a fair
Tom Slack, of Claremore, vis-
ited his father, I. YV., and his
brother, John, in this city yes-
terday. Tom has a position in
the post office at Claremore at a
salary of $900 per year.
Senator Gore will Speak
United States Senator T. P.
Gore will speak at Wagoner to
night. Several from Inola will
go to hear the distinguished sen
Harvest cookies by the h°*
at Clark & Alexander's
M. L. Coker took the early
train Monday for Claremore.
J. W. Jackson, the liveryman,
had business at Nowata Monday.
J. L. Jackson and James Fow-
ler visited the county seat Mon-
Delbert Sunderland and Aoier
Ketterman visited the county
J. IM. Coker returned home
Monday morning from a busi
ness trip to Kansas City. TI*
roports a pleasant and profitable
Judge Campbell in Town | S. N. North has purchased a
Judge W. J. Campbell, of No- new Ford' 5 Passengor car fiom
wtata, candidate for district the Mul1 K"raBe at Cla emore
judge of the district composed Sid"ey «learning to run his car.
Rogers and Nowata counties, was 's veri* proud of ir .
in the city Wednesday getting ... . _ u
acquainted with the voters. j 11,88 L0U tummlM Rimed
Judge Campbell has been Miss Lou Cummin*, daughter of
practicing law at Nowata for and Mrs" W' A" Cummins- of this
. . . . _ , . city, wss married on Tuesday the 23d
eight or itfi years, having come at the home of her .uter, Mm. G. A.
from the good old State of Ten- Cunningham, at Comanche, Texas, to
nessee. ; Mr. J. Frank Palmer.
Judge Campbell made friends ' M'm Cummins was a native of Ar-
from the start, and by close at- k®nsas: but moved t0 this country
* . • . * , about la years aeo, while yet a little
tention to bus.ness, honesty and girl. She attended the pubUc schooU
hard work, has built up a good and advanced rapidly in her studies
law practice and a reputation an«l wa great favorite with all.
as an able, honest and conscien- 8he ^ ""aking her home during
tious lawyer >,be 1,384 teur yeara with her •ister at
urst trip to Inola. He met hie position in the county assessor's
many of the boys and made some office, copying the tax list, and proved
.0, D. DAVIS,
ROSS R. T3AYUBSS,
THE INOLA STATE BANK
Condensed Statement at Close of Business, June 16, 19.14
Loans and Disc. > $54,206.11
Overdrafts - 12.14
Warrants - .3,540.34
Real Est. Furn. $ Flxt. 3,466.93
State Banking Board 1,000.00
Cash and Exchange 20,567.81
Capital Stock - $12,000.00
Surplus and Profits 3i290,71
Warrants Borrowed 3,001.91
Deposits p 64,500.71
The above Statement is Correct,
ROSS R. BAYLESS, Cashier.
All announcements under this head-
ing are subject to the democratic pri-
mary, and will be run until the pri-
mary, August 4th.
JUDGE R. L. WILLIAMS
JAS. S. DAVENPORT
For County Commissioner,
For State Senator
For the Legislature,
E. J. HUMPHREY
N. M. SMITH
A. E. BALL
For County Superintendent,
J. C. DOUGHERTY
For County Treasurer
D. J. MATTHEWS
F. A. WRIGHT
For District Judge
W. J. CAMPBELL,
TOM L. BROWN
For County Judge
H, TOM KIGHT
For County Attorney
Win. M. HALL
JOHN W. LEACH
warm friends while here.
Our Spring and Summer Line
Is arriving. See them
Hanan Shoes Crawford Shoes
The home of Hart ShafTner
& Marx Clothes
Laderer-Davis Ming Go
one of the best helpers they had erer
Miss Cummins was one of Inola's
best young ladies, and a girl in whom
everybody had implicit confidence.
Mr. Palmer is county tax collector
and is said to be a man in every way
worthy of the young lady he has cIk>-
sen for a life partner.
Fourth of July Entertainment
There will be a Fourth of July en-
tertainment at the M. E. Church in
this city on Saturday night. There
will be a nice program, consisting of
recitations and music, and several
amusements. Be sure and bring your
pennies, because you will have a
chance to talk with your "spirit, "and
have your fortune told.
Ice cream and cake will be served
on the lawn after the entertainment.
Those wishing to may bring their fire
works, and they will not be fired until
after everything is over so as not to
disturb the program.
W. P. Sunderland was the first to
thresh in this community. He had 30
acres Of oats which averaged 48 bus.
per acre, and 95 acre* of wheat which
averaged just a small fraction less
than 25 bushels per acre.
It ia estimated that the wheat crop
here will average at least 25 bushels
per acre, and the oats crop will run
from 40 to 50 bushels per acre, and the
acreage is the greatest we have ever
had before. The crop will put the
farmers in pretty good shape.
Cleve Jackson has returned
from a visit to his old hoinn,
$sq. I). L. Barron has been
quiie sick during the past week,
atod, we are sorry to state, is not
much "unproved at this writing'
\yp arc continually looking out
for now trade and customers. If
you have nut tried us give us an
order. We guaiantef value re
t*eifod for the money. If we sell
any tiling that is not satisfactory
call us or send it back and get
C. H. Pricp, of Muskogee, was
in the city last Saturday looking
over the city with a view to put
ting in a branch hardware store.
He and associates have n large
store at Muskogee. Mr. Price
wiui well pleased with the out
look, but was unable to get a
suitable building for the busi
Pay last half of your 1913 tax
at once and save penalty. Delin
quent since June 15th.
Report of the Condition of
Inola State Bank
at Inola, in the state of Oklahoma, at
the close of business June 16, 1914.
Loans and discounts #54,206.11
Overdrafts secured and un-
Stock, Bonds, Warrants, etc 3,540.34
Banking House 2,483.27
Furniture and fixtures 983.66
Due from Banks 18.339.91
Cash in Bank 2,227.90
Securities with Banking Bd 1,000.00
Total - 2,7«3..-3
Capital Stock Paid in $12,000.00
Surplus Fund 780.00
Undivided profits, less ex-
penses and taxes paid 2,510.71
Individual deposits subject to
Time Certificates of De-
Cashiers Checks Outstanding 352.16
A. E. Ball, candidate for rep
resentative in the legislature,
was circulating among the boys
in this city Tuesday in the inter
est of his candidacy. Mr. Ball
is our present county assessor
and has made good in that ca
pacity. He will return to Inola
again soon and address the vot-
ers and tell them his position on
certain issues he proposes to
work for at the coming sessiou
of the legislature if elected.
Ridge Rogers, of Blue Creek
Township, was also in |the city.
He is a candidate for county as-
sessor, and is said to be compe-
tent in every way to till this im-
Cost of Living
Is materially reduced
When in your selection of
household necessities you
and at fair prices.
We carry dependable
Beds, Mattresses, Etc.
am. at the
Lowest Possible Prices.
When in town let us show you.
When you trade with us you
boost for Rogers county. Make
our store your stopping place.
We want your butter,eggs an«l
chickens—Clark & Alexander
Feed and Flour
We handle all kinds i.f feed and
also several good brands of flour.
We sell hay, chops, bran, uiiM
run, shorts, oats, cotton seed
meal and alfalfa.
J. R. NORTH
H. L. COURTN EY
Physician and Surgeon
Office near Inola State Bank
Culls promptly attended
C. V. ELLIOTT,
Physician and Surgeon
All calls promptly answered
Office over Strrug's stor.e
H. S. P0RTW00D,
Ellington Building Rooms 6and 7
Col. C. E. HAYHURT5k
will call your sale any place or at
any time at reasonable
He has the exp««fionce and wiji
do it right and please the people.
Make dates at the Reg'nrtor
office or Clias. Ross, Inola, Okln
Col. C. E. HAYHURST,
For Farm Loans
Will loan on probate or deaj
claim title, interest payable an-
nually, privilege given to pay ulj
or part of principaJ aliiny inter-
est paying time
Sylvodora Face Powder
(as advertised in the Sat- '
urday Evening Post)
solves the problem ol a
perfect complexion pow-
der for every woman.
It is very adherent, prac-
tically invisible on the
•kin. and absolutely pure.
Instead of "that powdexy
look" so often seen,
Sjrlvodora Face Powder
gives the true natural
velvety effect of real beauty to
the complexion. Get a 50 cent
box here to-day. It
State of Oklahoma, County of Rog-
I, Rom R. Bayles, Cashier of the
above named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the
best of my knowledge and belief, so
help me God.
ROSS R. BAYLESS, Cashier
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 12th day of March, 1914.
A. J. Colt, Rotary Public
6. D. Davis,
Earle G. Bay less.
Dr. O. T. WRIGHT, Druggist
> Md « Ihu r«Ilr fc^Sa A. Ata, h,
Penslar Buttermilk Cerate. And do not forget to ask us about
Lilaflor, the new perfume-the true Kent of blossoming lilacs-
delicate, refined, refreshing.
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The Inola Register. (Inola, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 2, 1914, newspaper, July 2, 1914; Inola, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc180644/m1/4/: accessed January 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.