The Yukon Sun. (Yukon, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, July 17, 1908 Page: 5 of 8
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A liARdAIN 1JOOM: The new store will leave Yukon and for three weeks
offers everything at cost. We do not wish to move a thing and this is A CONQUERING
CLIMAX for the logical economist. Every counter a bargain center!
Linen Shades and Poles
M«n*s and Boy's Overalls
Glassware and Crockery
Cost is the Thing
Brooms and Brushes
All at factory prices
NEW STORE Next Door to The Model Drug
It's Summer Now.
Harvest time in the summer time and you
expect your summer's work and earnings
to carry you through the winter. So it is
with life—the summer days of youth is the
time to lay by the harvest to carry you
through the winter of old age. There is no
better way to accomplish this than by put-
ting a part of each month's earnings into a
In years to come the competence thus
saved will make the winter years of life all
the more enjoyable. It's summer now and
time to begin to save.
START WITH A DOLLAR.
Do business with the bank that is owned
and controlled by home people, the
Farmers & Merchants Bank
Help pay your taxes? Do they pay you the
highest price for your grain during money
panics, and'at all other times, or give employ-
ment to your men, or help build up your
town and country?
I Do You Want Flour
* That is made right here at home from your
own wheat, and by a company thathelp3 pay
your taxes, helps build up your town and
country, and makes your property worth more.
YUKON'S BEST is the flour we mean; it is
in towel sacks, is guaranteed to be better
than any other flour made, and is a home
Yukon Mil! & Grain Co.
X 184.108.40.206. 4.4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4 -J* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* -J* -J*
Office is well
turning out first
class job work.
X 4, 4, * * * 4* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * X
t Do Montgomery, Ward *
I have added a large
stock of Boys' Shoes
to my line of Endicott
Johnson All Leather Foot Wear. You
should see them the prices are marked
to please your pocket book.
Will stand the season of 1908 at
my farm 3 miles north and 2
miles east of Yukon. Service
fee $7.00 to insure colt to stand
and suck. Care will be taken to
prevent accidents but will not be
responsible should any occur.
If mare is disposed of or re-
moved from neighborhood ser-
vice fee becomes due at once.
Mack Carrol, Owner.
Notice to Dog Owners.
The yearly dog tax is due.
You have until July 10 in
which to secure a license tag.
After that date all untagged
dogs are liable to be killed
Bruce L. Ott,
For Sale or Rent.
One brick store, 1 door west'
First National Bank for rent or j
sale cheap. Also Opera House
| and fixtures.
L. M. Spencer.
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Jack Screws Wanted.
The parties who have my jack
screws are hereby requested to
return them at once.
3t-24 A. Stp.oup.
Have your kaffir corn ground
ta Bawden's elevator.
;T Hannum is selling best coal at
$6.00 per ton. Hannum's tons
Hi* mean 2,000 pounds. Phone 72.
See the new wall paper at the Model
Alfalf hay for sale at IJuw
j den s elevator.
| Top of the market for corn a
Choice corn chops at
Free delivery at Bawden's
Will bring you the DAILY
OKLAHOMAN until after
election. If you want to
keep well informed on the j
political situation all over
the country READ THE
Pin $2.00 to this adver-
tisement, write your name
11 and address plainly and mail
~ to the DAILY OKLAHOM-
AN, Oklahoma City, Okla.
The Daily and Sunday Ok-
homan will be sent to you
until November 10, 1908. |
Election Officers Appointed.
The county election board, con-
sisting of R. N. Whittlesey,
Ridge Whitlock and Jce Tre-
vathan, have appointed the elec-
tion boards for the various pre-
cincts for the primary election
to be held on August 4. Below
we give the list of the pre-
cincts on this side of the county:
East Yukon Insp., J. E.
iStrader (Ri; Judge, W. H. Gib-
son (I)); Clerk, L. W. Dongress
West Yukon Insp., Dudley
Phillips (D); Judge, Ira Patton
(R); Clerk, T. L. Hall (Di.
Frisco Insp., Homer Polk
(D); Judge. W. T. Hancock (R);
Clerk, Seymour Siler (D).
Mathewson Insp., H. C.
Williams (R); Judge, Harl Lun-
non l D); Clerk, Claude Wing
Mustang Insp., L. D. Hamp-
ton (D); Judge, J. M. Brindley
(R); Clerk, R. C. Meloy (D).
Purcell Insp., Thomas Muir
(R); Judge, Lew Bryan (D);
Clerk, Ed White (II).
Reno Insp., J. W. Fitzgerald
(D); Judge, P. C. Cannon (R);
Clerk, W. Lamb (D).
Rocl< Island Insp., Ed Kid-
well (I)); Judge. D. C. Bothell
(R); Clerk, Oscar Dow (D).
A Pleasant Time.
Mrs. J. B. Green entertained
a number of her neighbors and
friends with a lawn social at her
pleasant country home south-
east of town last Saturday even-
ing. Refreshments were served.
Death of Mrs- J. J. Pulley.
Mrs. Gretchen Pulley, wife of
J. J. Pulley who lives on the J.
W. Strader farm east of town,
died Tuesday of peritonitis after
a short illness. The body was
embalmed and shipped to Sparta,
Gretchen Hale Pulley was born Jan.
18, 1888, and departed this life July 14,
1908, aged 20 years, 5 months and 26
days. Her illness was of short dura-
tion, only lasting a week. She united
with the Christian church of Sparta,
Mo., her former home, in 1901, and
continued her faith to the end" She
was married to Ira Pulley March 20,
1905, and moved with her husband to
Yukon, Okla., in D. eember, 1907. At-(
though her aulVerings were short, they
were intense, and were borne with
fortitude, never murmuring, and once
remarked to her father ihat "death
had no pain." She leaves a husband
father and mother, Uvo brothers and
one sister, Grace Erbentruth of
Springfield, Mo., and a host of friends
to mourn her loss. By her request
her body was taken to Sparta, Mo.,
for interment in the I O. O. f. ceme-
tery. A Friend & Neighbor, j
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J. D. Hatfield is still in the coal and
feed business, and will sell you either,
as cheap as anyone. Weight guaran-1
teed, in large or small amounts. Office |
just across on corner east of Gloyd
Lumber Co. Phone No. 35. 29-2t I
Good 160 acre farm located j
4 miles south and 1 mile east of
Yukon. A bargain if taken at j
4t 27 O. B. Lawson.
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the last half of your taxes.
They become delinquent June
15th. You can pay them at the
First National Bank.
Farmers for Farmers! Keep in-
surance money in the state. Farmers'
Mutual of El Reno insures only farm
property for 830 per $1000 for five
years, fire, lightning, cyclone, wind-
storm, etc. See L. VV. llongress
about your policy.
If you must,
come anil see us.
Don't carry large sums of
money. But if you must, do so only
until >ou can see us. We combine absolute
safety with satisfactory service; give particular at-
tention to the business of farmers; invite new accounts and
new business upon our own merits for strength and superior facilities.
Our directors and officers are capable and successful. Have
made their own money, hence the better able to
take care of your money. Our past policy
and ample resources are our guar-
antee for the future. W E
WANT Y O U K
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
THE * SUN
The newest designs in wal
the Model Drug Store.
I have placed my accounts
with the First National Bank
of Yukon for collection. Those
knowing themselves indebted to
me will call at the bank and
settle without further notice.
W. S. Combs.
FOR SALE £
image. I s
in good condition. Will sell for
cash or on time. Dr. V. KUCHAR
THE * SUN
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