The Yukon Sun (Yukon, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, May 16, 1913 Page: 8 of 8
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A Bountiful Harvest
Means a little more money to be put in circula-
tion and a margin for the farmer to lay by in
the bank for future use. When the farmer is
prosperous we all feel the beneficial effect. It
looks as though we will have a bountiful har-
vest. Now is the time to choose a safe and
pleasant place to do your banking.
the yukon national, bank
Will be glad to have you as one of its customers.
Here you can get every accommodation consist-
ent with sound banking. Make the Yukon
National a place to go while in Yukon.
SURPLUS - - .
Farm Loans on attractive terms
Insurance to suit your case
Interest paid on time deposits
Safety deposit boxes for papers
Papers made out and taxes paid
If you want to find out further about the Yukon
National Bank, call and see
P. J. KELLY, Cashier.
The Universal Car
"Vanity on the highway"
still pays a ridiculous toll
for automobile travel. But
two hundred thousand
new Fords will this sea-
son go to buyers who pre-
fer real service at reason-
able cost rather than os-
tentatious display at un-
More than a quarter of million Forth now in servicr.
— convincing evidence of their wonderful merit. Run-
about, $525; Touting car, f. o. b. Detroit, with
all equipment. Get interesting "Ford I imes" from
Dept. F. Detroit; Ford Motor Company. N. M.
Bel wood, Local Agent, Yukon, Okla.
Hints to Farmers
You will soon begin to realize on your seasons work. As you
sell your grain, hay, stock or produce place your money on open ac-
count with a good reliable bank.
The prospect for a good year was never better and the pros-
pect for a grain market is better than it has been for some years.
Since it is assured that the I'lansifter Milling Co. will buy grain
here we hope to see Yukon get its share of the grain. We cannot
expect farmers to trade at Yukon and market their grain else-
The First National Bank
With its clean and conservative management otTers to the pub-
lic. its best service.
Its methods of doing business have stood the test, both in
times of prosperity and adversity. Its stockholders are not connect-
ed with any other lines of business in the town. In service it gives
100 cents to the dollar, 20 hundred to the ton and lt> ounces to the
Our offices are always at the disposal of our customers and
D. B. PHILLIPS, Cashier.
BUTTER and EGGS
The SANITAKA Grocery
at El Reno buys butter and
eggs, and all the country pro-
ducts at the highest prices
and pays one-halt cash and
T. E. Standsberry,
213 South Bickford, El Reno, Okla.
For • Htnvy Hurt.
Ret about doing Roof! to somebody;
jint on your hat. and no visit the sick
and poor; Inquire Into their wants
and minister to them Seek out the
desolate and oppressed I have often
trted this medicine and always find
It the best antidote for a heavy heart
Monana'a busiest Man.
Ob a sign orar a barber's shop at
Btlerum, Holland: "Itarent Wonters
lenda donkeys on hire like his father,
kills pigs, smokes hams, and occupies
himself with all kinds of swinish de-
tail work; also shaves and cuts hair,
except on Sundays."
Gave Him Away.
Master (who is trying to make n
good Impression on his strait faced
aunt fron. whom he has expectations)
—"Mary, have you seen a letter any-
where about marked 'Private'?" Mary I
—"You mean the one from the man
■what can't get 'Is money out of you,
sir? I put it be'lnd the mirror, air."—
Best Qualities of Wood.
Unlike most other timber, the
stratghter and better formed trees
do not yield the most highly prized
quality of lumber. It Is the crooked
lrregula' logs that possess the best
figured wood. The best qualities
of wood aro obtained from trees ovei
one hundred years old, which rarely
have a clear length of more than 12
feet. The most beautiful grained wood
la in the roots and burls.
Blue Nose Is a popular name for a
Dative of Novia S(V>tia. Hallburton,
In "Sam Slick," gives the following
account of its origin: "'Pray, sir,'
said one of my fellow passengers, can
you tell mo why the Nova Scotians
nre called Ulue Noses?' 'It Is the name
of a potato.' said I, which they pro-
duce In the greatest perfection, and
boaBt to bo the beBt in the world. The
Americans have, in consequence,
given them the nickname 'Blue-
Pleasantry of Astronomy.
One thing at least baseball has done
for the country. It has settled the
question of the time when spring
comes.—New York Evening Hull.
Special work during summer months. Individual instruction to all. Start now
to take your business training and be ready for the fall season of business.
5th floor Baltimore building, corner Grand and Harvey. Ventilated from all sides,
above the noise and heat of the streets and has elevator service.
Good Positions guaranteed to graduates. Write for Catalog.
DRAUGHON'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
T. M. FLANARY, Mgr.
Oklahoma City, Okla.
C. B. MURPHY
Physician and Surgeon
All calls answered day and night
Office in Dr. Kuchar's old stand
Office Phone '10, Residence 63.
S. S. SINGER, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon
Treats, Eye, Ear, Nose an
DR. J. E. TOMKINS
SPECIALTY CHRONIC DISRASE5
and other chronic diseases cured
hy office treatment
H. T. BURSON -
Insurance, Farm Loatis,
Gets Better Results
For one-half the price
See him before billing your sales
Call at his expense—office phone
171: residence phone L55
Our able commissioner, Hon. G. S.
Hector, has again demonstrated his
keen judgment. The following reso-
lution will save the tax-payers of
Canadian county much money, and Mr.
Rector is to be heartily commended
for the interest he has siio^n in the
peoples welfare. Following is the res-
olution in question:
Whereas, it appearing to the board
of County Commissioners of Canadian
county. Oklahoma, that thtre are now
confined in the county jail three
prisoners under senWnce to the peni-
tentiary, to-wit: Frank Brown,
Charles Walker and Olif Johnson, and
that the said prisoners have been so
confined in said jail since sentence
was pronounced in their respective
cases for the length of time set forth
after each name, to-wit:
Frank Brewn, 96 days, 2 years;
Charles Walker, 22 days, 5 years; Olif
Johnson, 22 days, 2 1-4 years; and,
Whereas, under the laws of Oklahoma
the sheriff of said county is allowed
the sum of fifty cents per day for
feeding and boarding each of such
prisoners, and that the same is paid
by the said county at the expense of
the tax-payers, and that the total
amount paid by said county for the
board and feeding of said prisoners
since their sentence amounts at this
time, to the sum of $70 00, and,
Whereas, it appearing that there
are no available funds provided by the
state of Oklahoma, because of a fail-
ure on the part of the legislature to
make the appropriation therefor, for
defraying the expenses of the Sheriffs
of the state for conveying prisoners to
the penitentiary, and that unless some
provision is made for the expense of
conveying said prisoners to the peni-
tentiary, that it will mean added ex-
pense to the tax-payers of this county
for boarding and feeding said prison-
ers in the county jail, and
Whereas, the board finds that the
total cost of conveying each prisoner
from El Reno to the penitentiary is
$14.14 including guards', railway and'
other expenses, and that said amount j
is inconsiderate compared with the ex-
pense of keeping said prisoners in the |
county jail, therefore,
Be It Resolved, by the board of
county commissioners of Canadian
county, thiit the said sheriff be direct-
ed to convey said prisoners to the
state penitentiary, and that he file
with the board a sworn statement of
his expenses before the next meeting
of the board, and that such expense be
paid by the county out of the contin-
gent fund. And that the said sheriff
file his claim with the State Auditor
for such service, and after having
been remunerated by the Btate, turn
over same to the Treasurer of Cana-
E. E. Weir Honored
Supt. E. E. Weir has been ap-
pointed by Prof. Tanner of the
State University, director of the
3rd district of the Oklahoma
High School debating league.
The district consists of the fol-
Caddo, Canadian, Comanche,
Grady, Jefferson and Stephens.
There are but eight districts in !
the state. Many of the leading j
high schools belong to the 3rd
| district. This puts Yukon
! schools in the "lime light" in a|
jvery important educational:
■ --«►— ' ,
The W. 0. W.'s will hold mem-j
orial services at their hall next
Sunday afternoon at 2 p. m.!
Rev. R. H. Seabough will of-;
ticiate. Everybody cordially in-!
Sale or Trade
160-acre black-jack farm 14
miles southeast of Oklahoma
! City, for sale. See owners—
Burson & Wells, room 8, Sanger
Oklahoma Bldg., Yukon, Okla.
Dr. J. B. May
Calls answered night or day
Graduate of the Kansas City
Office Phone 91. Res. W515
Dr. It. E. Selement
8t YUKON, OKLA. 20
Examination of Animals made free.
PHELPS 8c COPE
Jalonick Bldg. - El. Reno, Okla j
ECONOMY —that's one thing you are
< ———— looking for in these days
of high living cost—Calumet insures a wonder-
ful saving in your baking. But it does more.
It insures wholesome food, tasty food—uniformly raised food.
Calumet is made right—to sell right—to bake right. Ask
one of the millions of women who use it—or ask your grocer.
RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS
World's Puro Food Exposition. Chicago, IIL
Peris Exposition, France, March, 1912.
You don't save money when you buy cheap or big-can baking powder.
Don 'l be mislead. Buy Calumet. It's more economical—more wholesome-
give3 best results. Calumet is fat superior to sour milk and soda.
Like to look dressy, and they give a good deal of
attention to it. We think they ought to; its im-
portant to young men to look as well as they can—
We've got some
Hart, Schaffner and
here for young men that you'll like to rt | Q ^ ^ j
see and to wear, the best models ever
designed. Drop in and see them
$2.50 and up
1.00 and up
25, 35 and 50 cts
White Cot. Union suits .
( KLOSED KNOTCH )
long or short sleeve, ankle or knee
a,uj White Duck and
« 51 o ! ) llJ1 White Serge Trousers
EL RENO COMPANY OKLA.
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Stafford & Chambers. The Yukon Sun (Yukon, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, May 16, 1913, newspaper, May 16, 1913; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc128484/m1/8/: accessed July 6, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.