The Inola Register. (Inola, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 17, 1914 Page: 4 of 8
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A Well Prepared Seed Bed
Is half the crop made
All good fanners know that there Is no tool that will prepare the 5eed
bed so well as a QOOD DISC HARROW
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THE INOLA STATE BANK
Condensed Statement at Close of Business, Sept. 1,1914
Loans and Disc. $53,258.15
Overdrafts - 449.98
Warrants - 3,315.02
Real Est. Furn. & Flxt. 3,466.93
State Banking Board 1,168.35
Cash and Exchange 24,542.47
Capital Stock - $12,000.00
Surplus and Profits 2,415,37
Warrants Borrowed 3,002.98
Deposits - 68,782.55
And they Sure do the work
Come and See
Inola. Hardware & Implement Go.,
' The Inola Register
M. J. PHILLIPPE,
Publisher and Proprietor
$1.00 Per Year
Thursday. Sep. 17,1914
T. C. Harrill, of Wagoner, was
in thecity last Thursday after-
noon. Mr. Harrill is president
of the First State Bank and was
,a here on business connected with
w (hat institution.
w \ Elsewhere in this issue will be
ni found the statement of the iinan
b« cial condition of the First State
di Bank. Considering that the
| Je bank is only a month old the
w state nest speaks well for the
a management of this bank.
(Ca F. P. Kusch, agent for Setleys
us remedies—Wasatusa etc. 2
,co miles southwest of Inola.
ba J* C. Davis left Monday even-
ing for St. Louis to accompany
Mrs. Davis home. They will
111 likely be in tonight,
be Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Coker.who
jl, had been on an outing to Color-
(is *do Springs and other interest-
wi points in Colorado, returned
m; borne the first of the week. They
de "Port4 pleasant time and feel
Ifcat they were benefitted by the
Mrs. Ohas. Carothers has been
J. M. Poynnr is here from
Chelsea on business.
Jake Mull, of Claremore, had
business in Inola Tuesday. 9
John North and Floyd Miller
visite/1 the county sent Tuesday.
James Ryan, of Claremore,
was iu the city on business Tues-
Mrs. Chas.Carothers has lately
returned from a visit with rela-
tives at Bixby.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Lawson
enjoyed si visit the first of the
week from the former's mother,
from Ava, *Mo.
R. B. Puryear returned home
last Sunday morning from a visit
to relatives at Seneca, Mo. He
reports a pleasant trip.
Mrs. Geo. Louderback, Mrs
Silas CoWer and J. M. Poker arp
among those who saw Yankee
Robinson's show at Wagoner
We keep a full and complete
Deputy Sheriff L. S. Hubbard! deJlver
. . w nere in town on short notice
was here from Claremore Tues Call or phone us for your gro
day serving some papers. j ceries—Cherry
Rev. A. L. Snyner of Locust Mr. and Mrs. Jake Mull, of
Grove., and Dr. Riley, of Musko- J Claremore, visited with the hit
gee, came up Tuesday afternoon, i ter's parents, Mr. and M rs. W
Mr. and Mrs. E. Lawson are Atkins, east of town last Sat
rejoicing over the arrival of 10 urday"
pound boy at their house Tues- Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Bonner are
d&y- ; the proud parents of a bouncing
N. J. Heiberr, A. D. Lewis, C, k°y which arrived at their home
H. J. Fink and Clem Sweeten k"*4 Friday night.
took the Oil Train Tuesday for! Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Watt, who
Claremore. had been on a month's vacation
We will pay 25c for first-grade ^o their old home in Ohio, re
cream that tests over 25 per cent turned to Inola Tuesday,
and sweet. Bring your eggs and ir , ,
chickens too. i are ready to furnish you
Inola Merc Co '®hythin«^ the grocery line
now Merc. ix). Our stock is complete, get our
Roy McLain and Will Shipley prices.—Cummins Grocery
went „p u, ,h ewnt, Mo„. j Janles A Harri w>(,
do} afternoon in the former's w here Monda |ook
fineOverland. returning 1 ueedaj- hi. landed interest.. Mr.Harri,
In order to make room for
Our Fall Goods
wc are selling all summer goods at cost
Low Cut Shoes
at almost your own price
Come and pick out what you want
Hanan Shoes Crawford Shoes
The home of Hart ShafTner
& Marx Clothes
Laderer-Oavis Clothing Co
"The Good Clothes Store*
is one of the largest land owners
in this country.
James Ryan, the popular loan
and insurance agent of Clare-
more, was in the city on business
Miss Nadine Alexander went
to Claremore last Sunday to be
ready to begin her studies at the
state school Monday. This will
be her second year in that school
and she will graduate this term
Don't Burn that 5traw
Get a manure spreadev and
spread it evenly over the ground
and then plow it under NOW.
It will make wheat hext
Best House In Inola.
Will sell the Ijouse now occu-
pied by Bert Draper for $800
cash. Good 5 room house, barn,
well, cistern, and three lota.
House sheeted, weatberboarded,
plastered and papered. This
offer good until Aug. 30. For
farther particulars see M. J.
Pbillippe or write,
Mrs. M. Sophia Heasley.
Wichita Falls, Texas
P. O. Box 533
The above Statement is Correct,
ROSS R. BAYLESS, Cashier.
Clem Sweeten is getting along
nicely with the work on his big
barn. Manse Tinker is super-
intending the work. He will
build u house on his lot later.
Miles Miller, of Girard, Ks.,
who operated in the oil field l.ere
last winter, is in the <eity with a
view to begin drilling again. He
has great faith in the hill north
We now have in our fall line of
Men's anii Boys' Suits. We also
take special orders. VVe repre-
sent H. M. Mat k.of Chicago, one
of the best tailoring houses in the
Come in and let«sdress you up.
Inola Merc. Co.
Clarence Omstead will sell all
his household goods on the va-
cant hit in front of the InolaState
Bank Saturday afternoon at 2:30,
at public auction, J. H. Bentley,
The statement of the Inola
State Bank appears ir. this issue.
The statement is a very credita-
ble one and shows that the busi-
ness of this institution is on a
See our line of groceries And
get our prices, and ask your
neighbors atamt us.—Clark &
Alexander, the new grocers.
Clarence Riggs returned Mon-
day evening from Drumright
where he had been working in
the oil fiel.is. He says there is
a job there for everybody that
wants it. ^
A. J.Thiesen, of Collinsville,
has purchased the 80 acre farm
lying northeast of town upon
which the Kin« school house is
located. Tile indications point
to a heayy idiwigiati n the com-
ing fall and winter.
I. W. Slack visited his son,
Ed, at Nowata over Sunday. His
son is county superintendent of
We are continually looking out
for new trade and customers. If
you have not tried us give us an
order. We guarantee value re
ceived for the money. If we sell
anything that is not satisfactory
call us or send it back and get
Report of the Condition of
Inola State Bank
at Inola, in the state of Oklahoma, at
the close of business Sept, 1, 1914.
Loans and discounts $53,258.15
Overdrafts secured and un-
Stock, Bonds, Warrants, etc
Furniture and fixtures
Due from Banks
Inola. Dray a.nd Transfer Line,
WILLIAM PETITT, Prop
All kinds of hauling promptly done
NORTH <a SON.
We pay the higliest market price for hay
Bring us that first car of NEW HAY
SEE US FOR
Binders, Mowers. Rakes,
or anything in the machinery line.
We also have i;i a c:u* each of
Binding Twine and Bale Ties
We have anything in the way of Held seeds that you wish 3
Mrs. EminaFortner and chil
dren, of Claremore, visited with
her sister, Mrs. ,T. Winterringer
in this city Ih/s*. Sunday.
Dae Louderback called Mon-
day and paid up t<f fc'ept. 1915.
This came in handy as our ex-
chequer wns getting low. We
had only 0 pennies before he
Exchange tor Clearing House 37.54
Cash in Bank 2,709.57
Securities with Banking Bd 1,168.35
Capital Stock Paid in $12,000.00
Surplus Fund 960.00
Jivided profits, less ex-
penses and taxes paid 1,456.37
Individual deposits subject to
_ Check 57,514.11
Time Certificates of De-
posits __ g 575,30
Cashiers Checks Outstanding !,683.14
Bonds Borrowed . 3,002.98
State of Oklahoma, County of Rog-,
The State of Oklahoma to any slier- j
iff or constable of the county of Rogers. I
You are hereby commanded to notify j
Jim Ward that he has been sued by ;
Tom Riggs, Sam Stiles and others in |
the justice court of J. K. North, a jus-
tice of the peace in and for Inola I
Township, Rogers County, State of J
Oklahoma, and summons the defend- 1
ant to appear before said justice at
his office to Inola, Ingla Tow nship. |
and that he must answer the bill of i
particular* of the said Tom Riggs, i
Sam Stiles and others in the sum of i
1125.00 labor performed; filed against
him in said justice court, on or before
the 23d day of August 1914, at 10
o'clock a. m., of said day, or said
bill of particulars will be' taken as
true and judgement rendered accord-
You will make due return of this
summons on or before the 23d day of
Given under my hand this 18th day
of August 1914. J. R. NORTH,
Justice of the Peace
Cost of Living
If you owe on
Subscription and can
pay a dollar or two
it will be gladly received.
H. L. COURTNEY
Physician and Surgeon
Office near Inola State Bank
Calls promptly attended
C. V. ELLIOTT,
Physician and Surgeon
All calls promptly answered
Office over Strong's store
RS PORT WOOD,
Ellington Building Rooms6 and T
State of Oklahoma, County of Rog
I, Rosa R. Bay less. Cashier of the
above named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement Is true to the
best of mjr^knowledge and belief, so
ROSS R. BAYLESS, Caahier
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 9th day of Sept,, 1914.
W. L. Harris, Notary Public
Earle G. Bay less,
P. D. Davis,
Is materially reduced
When In your selection of
household necessities you
and at fair prices.
We carry dependable
Beds, Mattresses, Etc.
anc. at the
Lowest Possible Prices.
When in town let us show you.
When yon trade with us you
boost for Rogers county. Make
our store your stopping place.
Col. C. E. HAYMURTS
will call your sale any place or at
any time at reasonable
He lias the experience and vvili
do jjb right and please the peopl \
Make dates at the Register
office or Chas. Rons, Inola, Old*
Col. C E. HAYHURST,
For Farm Loans
Will loan on probate or dead
claim title, interest payable an-
nually, privilege given to pay all
or part of principal at any inter-
est paying time
St. L., L M. & Sou,
R. R. Co.
No. 108 8:48 a u)
No. 105 7:48 p m
Oil Special - 10:40 a «
Local Freight No. 191 1:25 p m
! _ going north
I No. 104 - 743 p«,
' No. 106 7 5i u ^
'O*! Special 2:17 pre
l ral Pi pifht No. 192 11,5(1 a is
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