The Yukon Sun. (Yukon, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 20, Ed. 1 Friday, May 15, 1908 Page: 4 of 8
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Notice i •' Api'ln anon
In County Court, County of Canadian,
The Yukon * Sun. ; kv
; ::n work this scheme
r.d Their Guileless r-r-w-Men Mar
vil at Their Knowledge.
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Published on Friday of ever week at
l'ukon, Canadian County, Oklahoma
BRUCE L. OTT, Pi ulisheb.
■red at the P'
a second claa
EXCUSE US THIS WJiEK.
Owing to the accident which
happened to the editor of the
paper this week, Ti ■ Si ^ is
rather incomplete. Prof. T- 1 .
Hall has helped us some, but he
got a late start on the news
items for this wee!;.
Here comes a Steerocar," he apys
"the next is a Potha d-Plump, that
n- t'i. : ng tie corne r is a J'addal
the one c oining now is a Poker
" and so cn. In no single in-
docs he fail to name the ma
> \now him fc
rvn'ion and q
ve are astonif^
"We" Have An Accident.
The editor and
The Si n' is carrying his left
shoulder and arm in a sling as a
result of a runaway that occured
■at Oklahoma City Tuesday night.
"We", in company with our
sister, Mrs. S. B. Howard and
her two infant children were
the occupants of a bus going
from the Frisco depot to the
Lee Hotel. The damphool bus
driver backed up to the hotel
and then left his team which
started to run uway. We
catholic knowledge of automobiles.
We beg him to toll us how he gained
so much information.
He demurs for a time, but upon
becoming insistent he laughs at ua
"Old man, I don't know orie from
publisher of ■ the other. You were so blamed
anxious to know what kind they were
State of Oklahoma.
In the Estate of
Edmond Harris, Deceased,
The State of Oklahoma, to the Heirs
next of kin and Creditors of the said
Edmond Harris, i ; -id.
You are hereby notified that J. R.
W. Perfues and Henrieta Holloway
have applied for letters of administra-
tion on said estate to be granted to J.
R. VV. Pegues, and that said applica-
tion will be heard at a regular term of
said Court held at the court room of
said Court on the 9th day of May, 1908,
at 10:00 o'clock A. M.
That notice of said hearing be ser. - d
ickn^ss oi on Sarah Harris, (surviving widow)
;it iti; post office address, Mustang, Ok la.
Witness my hand and the Seal of
said Court hereunto affixed this 16th
day of April, 190H.
[seal] H. L. Fogg,
3t-17 County Judge.
Notice of Sheriffs Sale of Land.
. State of Oklahoma, /
that 1 junt named them ofhand lor County Gf Canadian. >: 33
you as they ha |n.ne.l aim,*. And ,n ^ DjBtrict C(mrt jn an<) fo).
von would have been just as well s-it 4 r . .
i: Ii.-«], if you h.ulii'i forced me to . Iv, the County and State aforesaid,
my scheme awav."—Succesi Magazine. Charles h. Carpenter, i laintill
S. A. McGinnis, Laura L. McGinnis, 1
J. O. Pipher, Ernestine Steffenson,
FORGOT HER HOUSEHOLD CARES John M Mi„er and John T. Miller.
Notice is hereby tfiven, that >n l,ur~
suance of an order of sale issued out
of the District court of Canadian i
M ENDICOT-JOHNSON SHOES are sold under a
guarantee. They are ALL LEA1HLE Solid
Leather, and will wear like iron. Vv hy not try a
^ pair and be convinced.
:::: HARRY GOOD ALL
M SELLS THEM!
Atchison Woman Succumbed to
Charms of Romance.
An Atchison woman had company
coming to dinner, and the house to
clean, so at nine that morning she be-
gan the cleaning by putting new paper
on the pantry shelves.
When the company ranie at one
o'clock there was no sign of the host-
ess or dinner, so they began to search
handed one kid out safely and the house to find her. At last
County, State of Oklahoma on the 16th
day of April 1908, in an action wherein
Charles E. Carpenter was plaintiff and
S. A. McGinnis, Laura L. Mcginnis,
J. O. Pipher, Ernestine StefTenson, |
John M. Miller and John T. Miller :
were defendants, directed to me, the
undersigned Sheriff of Canadian Coun-
ty, State of Oklahoma, commanding
me to levy u|>on and sell the following
township ten (10) north, range five (5)
their search was rewarded.
sitting on a pantry shelf,
when the sues!
cause of the lack of preparations mai
for I he meal, -he showed them wegt( 0f the Indian Meridian, with th.
followinB paragraph, which be ;an thr ,.xception of the northwest forty (40)
acres, to satisfy a judgment and
in favor of said
in a newspaper, and described property towit
. looked offended be west quarter of section fourteen
ua-1'' township ten (10) north, range ti
had the other kid in our arms at
the same time tryir.g to manipu-
late a strap that was supposed to
connect with the lines. About;
that time the bus tried to cut torv, and which had tempted her to
the figure eight and "We" and : decree of foreclosure
the kid were shot out the door 1 low rich vo;.-' shook with emotion, plaintiff and against the defendants,
,. . ... , , nirney Gates ttirned his head in her obtained and made in said court upon
ol t he vehicle on the pavemeil . ^|reciion anfj n„,; her eyes. Curious the second day of August 1907 for the
••i.Id-green « yes they were, shadow v sum of eight hundred dollars ($800.0(1)
by tong. black lashes -langourous and wjth interest thereon at the rate of
enticing. l or oin moment he mzmI ejjrht |>er cent per annum; for th"
tis If under a sudden s,)ell. Later the HUm of forty.eight dollars
U'lrl dropped h< r fan and he stooped . , ,
ple'i It up for her. \s he ha,.dud <$1S-°°> .w,th inlem,t tnercona'the
it back his fingers touched hers and rate of eight per cent per annum .tom
the contact thrilled him strangely.' • the first day of October 1901; and tor
Now do \. u blaine he ' Didn't that the further sum of forty-eight dollars
promise to bo more Interesting than
wiping off sugar bowls, soup ladles
and porridi " ; *ts?— Atchison Globe.
The kid escaped without a
scratch and we were bruised up
some and our collar bone broken.
No one else was injured.
Dr. R. E. Black, dentist, in
Yukon every Monday at the
A Good Entertainment.
Our public has a rare opportuniny to
demonstrate tonight its taste and un-
derstanding for better class of enter-
tainments. The Musical and Dramal-
icle program which will be carried out
tonight by home talent at Spencer's
Opera House represents , tany musical
gems of high class and considerable
difficulty. The numbers of musical
program represent two months of hard
work of our home musicians anil
singers. The one-act comedy drama
will be a great source of joy and
laughter, and will doubtless prove the
a. iay of our home talent over many
professionals who herald their arrival
as unsurpassed artists. It is the in-
tention of the clul to buy music,
material for further study ami an
organ out of the proceedings of to-
night's entertainment. Everyliods at-
tend. Have the house filled to its
fullest capacity, thus helping the good
cause which ihis enterprise represents.
Sohn Shulda purchased a horse at
,the bvoooda sale.
Bert Ellison and wife visited at
iiosa May's Sunday.
Kay Lawson attended the sale at
John Svobouu's luoaday.
J. A. Kissick was a business caller
in Yukon Saturday evening.
Mr. George Lyre and children of
Tattle are visiting with her parents.
c. owd ai this piac
preached to a large
Japanese Wcman Philanthropist.
Miss El Imura, a young Japanese
woman, has come to this country on
ijer own initiative to study methods
for tea hing the deaf, the dumb and
the blind. She has been for several
years a teacher in the state school
for the deaf a:nl dumb in Tokyo. H<>r
nv ther was the first Christian in her
district and her daughter was brought
up in the same faith.
£h • stat( • that th deaf and dumb
children In .Japan ave born chiefly in
tin* homes of the rich families, when*
cousins in "I- , ar \ in order to keep
the money in the family. Blind chil
<!: n on the other hand, art* found
inostlj am<> ; the very poor. These
(! •; ctive children are looked upon as
disgracing their families and are as
a rule much n - leeted in their homes.
.Miss lmurYs object is to start an
industrial school for the deaf, dumb
and blind in laimn. In th< hours not
devm d to visitiu-.*. tin institutions of
A nr ;< a ti. ed with an as
sistant in \ iring conversation
I' ioks in Jni anese, Korrau, Chinese
Wanted All the Warts.
"You won: In; surprised if you
knew how e.arelul outdoor advertisers
art* to have their signs just so," said
the billboard painter. "They have all
sorts of notions as to just how they
want their advertisements to look, and
the slightest deviation causes trouble.
Not long ago a gang of us painted a
bi billboard in the center of which
was a large pickle. We thought we
had done rather a neat Job of it, but
the firm for whom we did it refused
to approve, saying there were not the
required number of bumps or warts
on the pickle.
"The upshot was that we had to
paint out that ; ickle and put on a new
one, with the spots for the bumps
marked so there could be no mistake.
1 never see a pickle sign now that I do
not want to stop and count the bumps
iternoon at tnrc
The Reason Why.
strange thing that though
grandmothers of many of
us smoked, and pipes at that, and
were ne.er considered unwomanly for
doing it. in this day and gener
at ion there should be so much com*
motion about the woman who smokes
-vr.i'ht of Yukon filled I a cigarette. On the other hand, as civi-
Ciiarlie Snider of Yukon was ramb-
1 n thiou ;nt tn.s vicinity Tuesday.
I. H. Brown and littie daughter,
Nellie, made a b«i:.;.iess trip to Okla-
homa City Friday.
($1H.00) with interest thereon at the
rate of eight per cent per annum
from the first day of October 1905; and
for the further sum of forty t ight
dollars ($48.00) with interest at the
rate of eight per cent per annum from
the first day of October 1906 and for
the further sum of eighty dollars
($80 00) as attorneys fees and for the
co ts of said action that have accrued
and costs accruing, I will on the 23 day
of May, 1908, at the hour of 10 o'clock
a. m. of said day, at the front door of
the Court House in the city of El Reno
in said county and state, offer for sale
and sell to the highest bidder for cash,
the said property above described, or
so much thereof a will satisfy said
judgment, with interest and costs.
Witness my hand this 20 day of
ii. A. Chambers,
4t-4-24 Sheriff of Canadian County.
A Rare Business Chance.
A party, who is in a new town
of 1000 inhabitants and growing
rapidly, who h.is a tine concrete
cement machine and pood build-
ing lots, wants from *500 to
:j>1500 with which to build houses,
and Bell and build more. Will
give ample security and divide
profits equally. Address at once
Box Yukon. Okla.
When in E! Reno, call at the
Elliott Dental Parlors. Dr. R.
E. Black, who comes to Yukon
every Monday is proprietor.
For Thirty Days 1 will Sell for
one-fourth cash, baiance on
time to suit buyer
100 choice residence lots, each..$'13.33l.j
2f> business lots, each $50.00
1 Opera House and Fixtures and three
lots .it $3,350.00
The Best Farming
are easier handled,
easier pulled, and
last longer. Buy
the Moline from us
and you absolutely
get those qualifica-
tions or your mon=
ey refunded. Try
one of our N e w
Style Go=Devils or
Cultivators and be
We will sell you
a good cook stove
for SI 5.00, the best
made for $22.50,
Stove for $2.50.
Don't burn up this
Summer over your
cook stove when
you can buy a Gas-
He was a Bootlegger and he lived
in a house by the side of the road.
Plant, 250 running; feet
ik r of a new d'
f l. an up-lo-dat
n u jiiig- good loois
ligation has advnn ;'d and ti;
ills induced by tobacco have been ex-
' plotted, the attitude of men in the
• ! matter n 1 doubt that of proUc-
, j lion.—Exchange.
and Hazel Denning enter-
)umber oi u.vir l'nonds la*.
\ go jd
at you've inheri
jj'itd by ;ilj jjreaen,
s ti e first chance
i .e uo idc*w oi
w ith 2 lots
1 6-room House, closets etc., well.
lota, finished and improved $1600.00
7-room House, 3 lots ....$1,000.00
"•room House, 4 lots
Iirlek Store Building 25-8T> - :50" >0
0 acres land or an. part thereo
Yukon on the South
By buying from me you
\i! agent's commissions as
this property myself.
Let mo live in my house by the side
of the road,
Where the race of men go by.
They thirst, they are dry, they have
coin, they will pay-
Pay big- for rotten rye.
Then why should I ait in a quiet
Or do the work of a man?
Let me live in my house by the side
of the road.
And sell them all I can.
Rugs! Rugs! Rugs! -3
Large Brussels rugs worth $15.00. 3
We will sell to you at $12.50. We will 3
save you from $3.00 to $5.00 on a rug.
Dry Goods! Dry Goods! ^
Special sale this week on linen towel- 2
ing and table linens. We will save you 3
25 per cent. 3
Bass Brothers I
,N THE BOOTLEGGER'S MOUSE
L. M. SPENCER,
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