The Inola Register. (Inola, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 1, 1918 Page: 1 of 6
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THE INOLA REGISTER.
inola, oklahoma, thursday, aug. i. 1918
Mr and Mrs. J. S. Dahl uiotor
eii lo Claremore yesterday,
M. L. Colcer, of Claremore, is
gi< i ting friends in the city.
Come to the Inola Mer. Co.
Ve can supply your wants.
Homer Hubbard matin a busi
nena :np to Tahlequah this week
R B Puu.veur mid Ralph
P.\ -att visited Claremore Mon-
Mr, nnd Mr*. R. B. Puryear
rre enjoying a visit, from the lat-
tr r's mother, Mr*. .J. L. Portlier,
of Sent"cm, and sister, Mrs. W.
Chandler, and family, of Spring-
Held, Mo. They motored thro
Ft)r Conit.iblr of Inola Township on
1'ie republican ticket
J. W. COKER Adv
Red Cross Notes
Mrs. J. P. Hickaui will
E. A. Roberts visited Clare-
more last Sunday.
Miss Lizzie Petitt is visiting' . ...
her sister, Mrs. L\nn Kiggs, a"t!of the work roo.u
' d«v afternoon.
noon is knitting.
J. L. Strauss nnil wife nre new
members 'if ihe Hed Cross.
mm. ujmi > KK , «11J„„„«
Mrs Cha*. Lnve.of Claremore
has been visitini.' with Mr. and
Mrs. John Green,
So many people will condemn
tt man for the very thing they
are guilty of themselves. Do j
you think it is right? i , . , ,,
I chairman of the Home Service
We have our grocery stock j Committee to succeed M rs S. N
must complete now. Have brown North.
supm and ijranger tobacco, and Following were in the vvorlf
plenty of spui s. 'room July 28: Mesdames John
howard to get
Friends Believe that tig Percent-
al® of Tulsa County Votes
Will be Obtained
Friends of Slate Auditor E. B. How-
ard, candidate'er the democratic nom-
ination for congress, were elated yes-
.1 U Strauss donated $!! to the 1 terday a* a result of a thorough and
M. J. Pliillipt>e was appointed
J. fc;. Alexander
The following named young
folks spent. Sunday with Miss
Florence Evans. Misses Edna
Hhi Iz. Alberta Nichols, f'lai
bourne Alexander; Messrs. Haul
McCain, Vea Lierryhill and Ho-
lm r Hubbard.
ALEXANDER IS WINNING
This cainp>vign (or the democratic noitiiiuitioo for (jov-
ernor lo* crystuliz-'d into just one issue, ton it:
Shall The Standard Oil-Cosden Oil Combination
CJet Possession of Oklahoma Government?
'I lift' a great majority of the voters object to Standard
Oil d iminution is dearly sh'>w i hy th" rapid development of
the Alexander vote. We ure now assured iieyond reasonable
doubt of mi Alexanber niaj iri'.v in, m<>re than Itti counties.
Every day the ; eop> i re realizing more clearly the danger
in this atteiui'i to slip Kobert on tn undercover of the over-
whelming interesl in the war, and every day the Alexander
vote is growing.
Oklahoma is not Ruing to commit the unbelievable folly
of nominating a man who is the attorney of record for Stand
aid Oil at the lime he i-> nominated. Naturally it is turning
to Alexander the only candidate whose opposition to oil
domination is outspoken.
Alexander is winning Alexander will win because in
this l<ind of a crisis he ought to win. Adv
Alexander for Governor Club
■ Darnell, (Jeo. Tinker, Cailie Dan
iels, W ('. Atkins, VV. J." Spain
bower, 8 C. Rutherford, J. S.
Alexander. 12 garments were
i Following were in the work
room July 2H: MeK da tries John
Darnell, Callie Daniels Ed Mr-
Da ris, J. S. Alexander, J. It.
Nichols, S. C. Rutherford, Mis-
Res Ruby Jrffers, Ovid Crichton,
Ida Tinker. Mrs. Puryear,
A list of articles shipped out
will appear next week.
A large number of the rela-
tives anil friends gathered at the
home of Mr. and Mrs Lee Hie le-
arn last Sunday and had a regu-
lar family picnic. Besides the
higdiuner 5 gallons nf ice Cream
was made and consumed. About
4'0 persons were present and a
pleasant tone was had.
Everything in the grocery line
at Farmers Mer. Co.
A. II. Ouisteud and son. John,
make a business trip to Heinnd
the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Hickam. of
Rich Hill, Mo., ate visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.P.Hick-
am and other relativer.
A nice line of Ladies and Mia
ses and school child reus' dresaM
at right prices at
Inola Mercantile Co
D. KOENIG, President J, K;OENIG, CasMcr
T. U HARR'LL. y Pres
Condensed Statement of
First St&te Bank,
Inola, Oklahoma, at close of Business,
Feb. IS, 1917
Loans ana Discounts $ 101,155 70
Honda and Warrants
Hanking House Furn. and Fixt
Cash and Sight Exchange
Capital Stock $15,000 00
Surplus aud Profits
The Above Statement is Correct
A home Bank for the Home People
Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank. .
A family reunion was held nt
the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. C.
Iliggs last. Sunday. One of the ;
-.ystematic poll of Tulsa county,which
was inarie during the pant week. The
poll disclosed the fact that every claai
of Tulsa county citiien is enthusiastic
in his support of K. 11. Howard and
that he will receieve at least 90 per
cent of Ihe vote* cast at the primary,
;>omr precincts disclosing tlie faet that
the vote for Hnward will h«'practic-
ally unanimous, and that in every
precinct the sentiment for Howard is
almost the same, as is illustrated by
one precinct with a registered vote of
218, fn which only five voters were
found who intimated that they might!
cast their vote for one or the other of
Howard's opponents. Upon analysis
of this poll Howard's friends started
actively to work to make his vote in
this county as nearly unanomous as
possible.— Tulsa Morning Times.
Not a Political Joke
dor an Eleventh Hour Lie
Being of an extremely sweet dispo-
sition I decided ween I entered Ihe
racc for county clerk, to let the people
just have their own good way and vote
for whoever they pleased for the office
•n August 6th.
However I take this method of ex-
plaining a few facts which will need
n<> answer from my worthy opponents.
Being in every way familiar with
the work of the office ami qualified to
actually perform the work, without
hiring someone to do it, will he a sav-
ing to the county ia clerk hire, as I
am now saving the county $75.(JO per
nKSitli over that ptiid by my predesses-
sor. The office will he of more help
to me than it would be to either of my —r"""'JW" cam- Kf(<
opponents, for Ibe reason that one of < , l*U *• Da® Oil®«)f his opponents, j
I miF ha* ha !\«wl i ''
Dennis Koenig, son of Banker
and Mr*. D. Koenig, visited at
Wagoner last Friday nigbt.
C. C Leonard, of Ran ton I, III.,
has been here the past week
looking after tlie rents on lufl
farm, live miles south of town
Davenport Entirely Sat-
isfied with the Closing
Week of the Congress-
Aa the campaign draws to a
cloae the opponents of former
Congi ess man James S. Daven-
port become tnoro desparat-e, re-; where J. W. Spurlock lives.
alixtng t® they do their chances 1
are gradually diminishing. Mr.1 yoUr p^nfluee ^ pnce f,Mr
Davenport is making tlie cam- i " i #-u.r<
paigh entirely upon his pnat j . I""U C"
ord in congress and ttis c^inpe- "• Rnppel. of Beards-
tency to 611 the poeition. He has j town, III., is" here visiting with
not been able to keep a large; his mm, H rmnr.and also looking
number employed in his cam-^f,^ ,ti
tosTfiJy wife, while I hate a wife
and seven children, and any person
who is required to support such a
huuscliold at present, with the ever-
ha*. i nnrtnri
t I H /. ' > .
rui.U Mr. 1 ^ ti p (Xjjl
, . t i nor haa he had ntato several h<mi!rr«) acres of
• V opponeuts has no one on earth to ™ . "i «e eutpioyeoh i
but himself, white the other'* l^® «*• ""• Campaign J **. a«l * • '* «H nyf
ing for him m E. B. Howard has. • hnntttrli' hint hi g-«vl rttveuue.
The broad utatoneMrgi to '
votes one of the candidates
receive in Tulsa county is entire | r
ly without foundation. If th -
people of the district could *« .■
the money beinji spent on adver
tising in Tulsa county tltv.v would
heeiu to understand why the
great effort befnre the public. I
He is not as strong in Tulsa | — -
county as lie was three weeks i Notice
ago. As the voters learn liis u nwf M„,„ th, Ottarliaa-hig
I have neither had the money nor I ^ tU' D ** ' MUW..
are visiting in the city. Their "me *° mak® as for vot«s. All Voters of the district nre N'etice is hereby Kitrn i p.'usuiuce
that I have been able to do is by ad- j 1 of an order of the ~. .uv c.,.,rt of the
pleasing features of the day was I n,crea inK aviation of price* of wear-
the big dinner which was rei ved. I aPP*,rfl an«l 'owl stuffs will safely
Those present were Mr. andMrs lM>ar ,ne out thi,i a ®«ion.
Tom Rigg, Mr. and Mrs Lynn 1 am not appealing to the sympathy
K'gt'S, Mr. and Mrs. Roht Tyler of th«-public but want the office from
of Seilalla, Mo.; Bunker and Mra n p^'"1 efficiency and merit, and
W. G. Riggs, of Claremore. 1 (or ,he ®aUTy connected with it. if
there is any honor connected with it I
M r. and .VI rs. C. C. Clark and have so far failed to find it.
two little daughters, of Boynton,
,«it\. 1l i| MAitsi j« aiM e.\|>eri-
io ill's line of rin k flttd call
sell jour (oopwifv f.>
all it ia worm.
S i.s.sors ground ZT.e.
H W. PAYNE
many friendgareglad to see them
I * ertising. and will ask that you
/ ..... . j mc just consideration when voo go to ir(l u i h r* tlow-
\ erd.gr,s Bridge A6Sured .„,.„„ Aul ^
j treatment and goo<! service.
\V. J. KLURIDGE,
Candidate for County Clerk
message Monday from County
Judge Kdwaro Jordan statiuu
that the excise board had v.ded
to tiiiild a bridge acmes the Vrer
digrisri\erwest.tif town nt tliel We have gone into the ioebnsi-
ini'•!ing held Monday. Judge n^ss and will handle it as a side
Jordan is .i member of the excise j line. It uill not h
hoard aud lie said that the prop
csitioii pu.ssed without a dissent
Voters of the district are not
Kive!gT,K^b* by M.Tv^. State of . Vl,h, n.a,
1 publ.shed and paid lor by How - (made on the loiJi d^y r July, i^jm, the
umk- rtijfittil ^udnliun of Lulal^h
M.irkii.tm. minor, wilWell at privitt
sale to the iii^iiwKt biAilrr. subject tu
contirmacion by aid ourt, ou ur.diter
tl e loth day o( Aufunt, ,it )i)
o'clock, a. in., at l*ry«>r, Maye*County
<*klahema, all the right title a nil in-
terest of ai«l Rtilalah Markham, ini
• nor. in and to the following <le*crit>ed
tlieir real estate situated in Rupert Couuty,
cut 1 ^lahinna, towit:
are going tofct the nomination
Mr. Davenporr thinks he will as
in the past receive the nomina
tion. He believes that the voier* |
are cuinpeter.t to
man and he is not
This hridue will heagreatben-
elit to Inola. It will open up
some good trade territory ti.
Inola that has been going to Co
wetii and Ihoken Arrow.
THE MOORE 30
Wonderful tiding ease, splendid steadiness and pick-up,
■mil abundant power arc. accompanied in the new Moore JO by
the gratifying; certainty of marked econ my, not only in gaso-
line but tire mileage. Let us demonstrate these facts to you.
Fred Lester Butler
ave any coil
nection with the grocery hus<
ness nt all. We will make one i his opponents
delivery a day, and our booka w ill j The following h-iter
he coupons shIiI for cash.
J. S Alexander
over the count r.v a ballot With Ins ' r'":' h,4h of the Northeatt quar-
niime printed on it as t* ter lownshi
Otis RytieJd, of North Musko-
gee, who had been working in
the harvest and threshing here,
returned home last Saturday and
visited over Sunday with his
W. A. Peterson, of Muakoi.ee,
was here the iast of the week
looking after his tine farm where
Jake llortift' lives. This is one
of the best farms in this country
and has always been a big reve-
nue producer. His son, C. A,
who farn ed litre lust year, has
joined tlie artny.
Ni>ti<y-On account of i|je ml
vane* in freight ratewl and also
the price of ioe we a ret com pel led
to raise our price to 10 lbs 15o,
100 lbs Id "5 —J. S, Alexander
1 make Artistic Photos that I war-
rant not to f.Mle, mil I make theai lo
look like you. I carry a full line at
K.n*lin.in Ki«!aks anil supplies. 1
al.«o maltc lo^h Krade enlargement*.
All ?my posliicts are guaranteed lo
j |!i*e «><ti..i.lotion.
K. k KtaiMtlN. titudio.
Wagoner, Ok Is
I can (jet you h buyer for
anything you want to setl
11. Nf. DRAPEIt,
Ix't uie conduct your next sale
Phone or write, (jlr.reuiore. Okla
I Twenty (20> North, Kange Sixteen
received ! rtaiil real estate will be sold on Hie
by M r. T. M. liuftington from ' f°!lowuif terms and conditions, towit:
Hot I. Claud Kitchen, maiot-llT Ca.?11,"!ih:l"a <* i-on'irniat.on of .ale.
I....i.... / ,1^, ii .. . /, . 1 liiu for the purchase thereof must
leader oft lie House and Chair | l)e iu a,,d mu t i>e filed 1U the
tliUti oi V\ nys and Means Com 1 county court, or delivered to the un-
uiltt-ee, the largest cum m it lee of 'der i(jne«l at the' office of Grave* <%.
the house, with whom Mr. IJav I ?e/,ion- l*r.v?r- Oklahoma, accoinpan
ourt «„ri-D.I ill ^.^i : .1 by-i cert Hied check for ted | ?r cent
enport sertett, will explain the j* the amount bi«l.
Standing of Ml . Davt n|Mirt while | Hated this 17th day of July 191*
C. If. VANX.
B> Grave, \ Seaton, Uuardiao
Attys for tiuardiau
!•'ir*t pub. July 2S. lupt. 3t
Notice of Salo
State of Oklahoma,
Couuty of Ko:'ei s. ss.
In thi- I'uunty Court
In tin- matter ol the Giiardianwiip at
a mettiber of congeress
"Mr. T. M. Huttingiun, Vinita,
My Dear Sir: It is a picas ti re
to reply to your letter of July *
I know Hon. James S Davenport
well, and am very fond of him.
He was in able, popular and wi«e
member of the House of Ifepie
sentatives, aad was wont diliig' iit <>u Webber. Minor,
Iind loyal lo the inte' ests of the I Andy Webber. Guardian.
j- , . , | ><aice is liereb* riven in pursuance
. ' " Hoat favor 0f an order ol the county com tot Rog
linlfl llfiprOAftlOII Upon tllG **l tiro ei •* t'ount> . < ll.l.tliouia, in^de oil Hats
membership of the House, and 2-'' dav ot July, lu|S, the under>i«ue4
enjoyed to a marked degree the Amly Webber, a« KuardiiA >4 tlie per
.a .. a« . _ A . tun and e«tat< of OU Wrbbtr.a miutx.
esteem and confidence of every . wi„ 8<.„ at prill,,L. ,alt. lo
inember, regardless of party. In bidder, subject to.oontlrmaiion by thi*
other words, as a member of court, on or aft*i the loth day ot au-
oongress he made absolutely ;«t lo o'clock a. m., • ' ilm
• county ciMirt rium at t laremora, Koa
•17-" , L • I • er* couuty. Oklahoma, allot Uie right.
Willi host wishes, I beg to re 'title, interest and estate of the said
main, Slucerely yours, i ni Webhtr, a minor, iu and to th«
(signed) Claud Kitchen" «Wribed real estate, town.
Adv Ttw SK 1-4 of Section ti. Townthin
**U* f til Vnrll. K* 1 *. I.V., t ll
[ 1*> North, Range 16 liast. situated ia
Hogi-is Couuty, Oklahoma, mutainiai
' IUJ acres, UKiit oi lew*,
Said «lmu- desnltitsl real estate
will lie sold for cash, aud bid* for tlif
I pin i tiase thereof must be iu writing,
j and must be tiled with the county court
of Roger* county, Oklahoma, or at
Mr and Mra. J If. Nichols
motored to Nowata Monday, re-
Mr and Mrs A. H. Ouisti-ad
are enjoying a visit from their _ _
son, Charles, and family, of ICI • Adam* * Wills, in* attorneys, Claras
dorado, Us ; and their aon iu law 1 "*"J'*; °,\I^0I2;V , , , . ,atM
.. i i ' .li . *i„ i u «j i liated this 24tli day of July, 1918
and (luu^nttfr, Mr. und Mm. Mc • ANiiY W£BbKR«
'jFirst pub- July 2s. St '
Laughlin, of Okmulgee.
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