The Yukon Sun. (Yukon, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 16, Ed. 1 Friday, April 23, 1909 Page: 8 of 8
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.PRICES THAT TAL
50 Silk Waist Patterns
At Reduced 1
$3.CQ Silk Waist Patterns Retkxcr! fo$2./5.
MATTINGS=="W e have a large
stock of matting on hand at
present and are going to |J
move it at a price that will |J
interest you. Matting- worth *jjj
from 28 .o 30 cents now on ^
sale at a special price of 20 j
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lese ai e
very newest in style and very newest in
shades and colors.
cents for your own choice.
Pettycoats at 50c
We also have a car of new j
furniture, fine and up-to-date, J.
which we are going to sell at y
prices that will interest you. y
Chairs that are worth $ 12.00
to $15.00 a set, now for ^
$9.00 and something good £
for the money. ^
Come in and See Them. ^
4*4*4 in sum V CY r —* *
i best mcalester coal i
% Better Than Hailyville, Krebs or *
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..Briar Creek Cca..
(First Published April 2i*
Stale of Oil lahoma Canadian County, ss.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby civen, that letters ,
of administration in the estate of
William Parker deceased, were granted
to the undersigned, hy the county1
court i f the C< v.r.ty of Canadian, State 1
of Oh'.uhomx, at El Iieno, Oltla. on the
29th day cf September, 1C08. All per-
sons huviliR claims against said estate
are required to exhibit the same to the
undersigned, at El Reno, OUla. for al-
lowance, within four months after the
date of this publication, with neces-
sary vouchers, or they will be forever
precluded from any benelit of said es-
tate; or said claim may be fi(led, in saii
Dated this 28fd day of March, 1909.
Nossil Parker, Administratrix.
Geo. S. Peaki.,
Attorney for Administrator.
Yukon Mill & l^rain Co. 4
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In County Court.
This invites You
A cordial invitation is extended to you to deposit your
funds with this bank to transact through us whatever
business you may have of a financial natuie.
During the last year we added many new names to our
list of patrons. We desire your business also, believing
we can serve you to your complete satisfaction.
Would it not b® an immence advantage, in event of
illness or accident, or any other cause whereby you
should require a sum of ready money, to be able to call
for the amount at the bank
By depositing your funds with this bank, you may
command your surplus money at any time. It is always
ready for you.
Our ihpoaUoi'* an protcctal ! j I/<<
futul of tin Stat. <>f Oklahoma.
eh /hiv/turn guaranty
t Farmers & Merchants Bank j
(First Published April 2, 1909. 3t)
Notice of Settlement of Account.
State of Oklahoma, ;
Canadian County. *
In the matter of the estate of Timothy !
Notice is hereby given, that F. J. j
Suttmun the duly appointed!
a n d qualified administrator
of the estate of Timothy Garner
|deceased, has rendered and presented
i for settlement, and filed in said court
his final account and report of his ad-
ministratis') as s jch administrator and
praying for distribution of the balance
in bis hands; Snd that said estate be-
ing ready for distribution. Saturday,
the 24th day of April A. D. 1909 at 10
! o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at
! ihe County CVurt room, in the City of
I El Reno in said County, has been duly
appointed by the said court, for the
settlement of said account, at which
I time and place any person interested
| in said estate may appear a;-.d sho-.T
.■ause, if any they have, why said ac-
count sl .uld not be approved and dis-
| iribution made as prayed for.
| In Testimony Whereof, 1 have
! hereunto set my hand and affixed the
seal of said court, tins 26th day of
! March A. D. 1909.
! [s.;ai.| U. I.. Kouu, County Judge.
The English Kitchen is no more, that
is the english of it, you know, hack
i of business is the cause. However Mr.
Herry set a good table and knows the
I but incur.
(First Published April 2, 1909.]
State of Oklahoma, /
Canadian County *
IN THE DISTRICT COURT Of-' SAID
T. J. Stewart Lumber Co.,
A corporation. Plaintiff.
W. M. Quigel, EfTieA. Qui-
gel and J as. Quigel, De-
Notice is notice is hereby given that
by virtue of an order of sale issued by j
the Clerk of the District Court of Can-
adian County, Oklahoma out of said !
District Court upon a judgmant ren-
dered in said Court in favor of T. J.
Stewart Lumber Co., a corporation,
and against W. M. Quigel and Eflfie A.
Quigel in the sum of Two hundred
i Sixty Four and fllty one-hundredths
dollars ($264.50) and the Court costs
■ taxed at $16.50, I have levied upon the
following described real estate as the
property of the said \T. M. Quigel ane:
EfTie A. Quigel, towit: The North
East Quarter (ne'4), of Section Fif-
teen (15), in Township Twelve (12)
Nortn of Range Ten (10), West Indian
Meridian, in Canadian County, Okla-
homa containing one hundred sixty
acres (160), and I will on the 3rd day
May 1909 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon
of said day at the Exst Front Door of
the Court house in the City of ElKeno,
I'anadian County, Oklahoma, sell said
Time Tried, Panic Tested, weighed 16
in the Balance and Never
Such is the record of the First National Bank of Yukon.
The policy of the bank evidently meets the approval of
the general public, else it could not hold its splendid
I We appreciate the con-
fidence of the people
and spare n® pains to look after the business intrusted to
us, even to the smallest detail.
If you are a customer we aprreciate it, if not, U f it* ffct
(tcfjiifiiiitfit, for you will be sure to like our methods.
The First National Bank
V (tiutuuill V UUIIVJ , vni«uw>ii i
real estate at public sale to the highest
bidder for cash to satisfy said judg-
ment, that said described real estate
has been appraised at $1200.00 subject
to a first mortgage in the sum of $700.00
and said real estate must bring two-
thirds of the appraised value subject to
said first mortgage in the sum of
$700.00 or said premises must bring
two-thirds of five hundred ($500,00)
Dated this :51st day of March, 1909. I
l„ "A. Chambers,
Sheriff of Canadian County, Oklahoma.
Mrs. T. L. Hall is out again after
being sick two weeks.
A new stock of wall paper at the
new paper store, one door eust of i
Fovurley's barber shop. Prices right.
A half dozen Yukon sports went over
to the City Tuesday to witness a
wrestling match between Peter Jones,
the Greek, and Columbus Danielson,
champion of Oklahoma. The bout was
El Reno Mutual is the oldest and best
Farmers Insurance Co. Fire, wind,
lightening etc. Judge Dongres will
write your policy. Be sure to see him.
He wilt c'o (he very best f->r ;, jJ.
Ey on!yln5 two coati of Y/l'.IGHT'S CONDHWMI1 3MOKT.
rtirnrtlv to t' o with Q- brusli ftftflr th6 wnt has cono
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inaoct3 tlirouc^ entiro summer.
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