The Yukon Sun. (Yukon, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 30, 1922 Page: 5 of 8
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We had *11 kind* °' weather lut
week from summer temperature to
The heaeviest rain of the season
fell last Friday night and all day
Saturday and Sunday was raw and
The infant son born to Mr. and
Mra. Billy Thomuon died and was
buried at FViaco Sunday.
No one from our Sunday school
could (to to the township convention
at Mt. Zion Sunday on account of tut
Mr. Fitzgerald had word from his |
daughter, EtU Smith, in Pennsylva- j
nia, announcing the arrival of a five-
pound baby girl in their home.
C HARTER NUMBER 6159.
«ESERVE DISTRICT NO. TEN
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
The First National Bank
AT YUKON IN THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA, AT THE CLOSE OF
BUSINESS ON MARCH 10, 1922.
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts, acceptances
of other banks, and foreign bills ol exchange or
drafts sold with indorsement of this bank $186,,8l0.41
Overdrafts, secured. None; unsecured, 1.100.W
U. S. Government securities owned:
Jieposited to secure circulation (U. S. bonds par 25 010 00
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc.:-—--
Banking house, $3,500.00; furniture a nd fixtures .i,lll.H7
I,awlul Reserve with Federal Reserve Hank —
C'a«h in vault and amount due from national bunks.-
Checks on other banks in the same city or town as reporting bank
(other than item 12) —- r,n nfio R1
Total of items 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13 - $.)0,0b0.81
Checks on banks located outside of city or town ot
reporting bank and other cash items ----------
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due lrom I.
Capital stock paid in — --
Circulating notes outstanding
Certified checks outstanding ~
Cashier's checks on own bank outstanding
T[,tji]c of items 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25 7---"
Demand depos.ts .other than bank deposits) suh-
ject to Reserve (deposits payable within 30 <la>s).
Individual deposits subject to cheek .
Certificates of deposits due in less than 30 days (othe
than for money borrowed)
State, county, or other municipal deposits secured b>
pledge of assets of thi8 bank
Total of demand deposits (other than bank w-
posits) subject to Reserve r:~~~' '
Time deposits subject to Reserve (payable after 30
davs, -or subject lo 30 days or more no ice and
postal savings) . Certificates ot deposit (other than
for money borrowed) r7Q
Total of time deposits subj-ct to Reserve
Liabilities other than above stated SUSPENSL
Mra. Stockton and children, How-
ard and Francis, accompanied Mis*
Ruth as far as El Reno when she re-
turned to her high school work at
Hydro 1st Monday.
Mrs. Buckner went to El Reno last
Monday to attend the W. C. T. U.
meeting and was a visitor at the
home of friends, W. F. McCombs, Dr
Miler and Mrs. C. M. Cressie. Mrs.
Cressie drove out in her car Wednes
day evening, bringing Mrs. Buckner
The cleanup drive put on 1st
1 week by the Civic club is going on
I finely, but we could not have the
| contest and prizes last Saturday on
I account o f the rain. We hope to
| do that next Saturday.
1 We had a fine meeting of the W
j M. S. with Mrs. J. Walker. The com
! mittee 'hat was appointed two weeks
ago to oek after getting a piano for
the church was continues and a piano
from Jenkins' store in Oklahoma
City was installed lat Friday.
Our next meeting will be with Mrs.
Carl Wiedeman April 13th, when we
will take up the studv of our new
book with Mrs. Walker as leader.
Every one welcome to meet with us
nndenjny these discusr.iors.
L. A. Piatt is located in M-. Es-
tep's garage and doing all kinds of
Rev. Buckner expects to be at home
this week and will be at Richland ev-
ery Sunday. We hope to see yoj
there at the Sunday school at 10
o'clock every Sunday and at preach-
ing at 11 and at League at 7:30 p. m.,
and at preaching every Sunday even-
ing. A welcome for you.
While here for the Auto Show
V- > ';v
-—You'll enjoy looking over the
new models in six-cylinder clothes
ANCIENT PASSAGES FOUND.
The six dependable cylinders of
Kuppenheimer good clothes and
every one of them hitting style,
economy, tjvia 1 ity, perfect fit, lasting
style, fullest value.
\ FTER studying the new designs and developments in
** automobiles, you'il findequally as interesting our show-
ing of the new models and style ideas developed in the new
clothes for spring. It will be well worth your time—and
you're welcome to/ours.
Spring Suits $25 to $65
Plenty with two pairs of trousers
i Walnut slabs on which were beau-
j tifully and delicately carved passages
; from the Buddhist holy book were
uncovered by workmen in the prov
| ince of Chihli, China. The slabs were
i centuries old, and the natives weie
' using them for kindling.
—the house of
WW ClolhinO &
Grand sal Robfeaan
State of Oklahoma, County uf toadian s: 1. ft B.
of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that
to the best 01 my knowledge and belief. ^ ^ PHILLIPS. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn before me this a"'Public.
Correst—Attest: ^ HOC,AN'.
PUBLIC SAL E
As 1 am quitting the farm I will sell at public auction, without reserve, at the W.
A Fletcher farm, 3 miles east and 3 north of \ ukon, or miles west and 1 south of
Britton, Okla., 2 1-2 miles north of Stop 21 on El Reno Interurban, on
Xtnn'-Look'-I isten! Thursday, April 6lh, 1922
0IU|J. «-UUI\. _I010II. the following described property
A Mc Don gall 5tep-saving Kitchen Cabinet
goes a long ways in reducing kitchen work
Will put it in your home. Balance as low as $1.00
per week, and you'll never miss the money
Only a few to place on theie terms
9^HeadlTHorses^nf Mules—9 Household and Kitchen Furniture
1 Span Bay Geldings, wt. 1800 lbs; 8-years old.
1 Black Mare, 5 years old, wt. 1300 lbs.
1 Brown Mare, 5 years old, wt. 1200 lbs.
2 Gray Mares, 4 years old, wt. 1300 each.
2 Coming 2-year-old Mules
1 Yearling Mare Mule, an extra good one.
1 Round Dining-room Table and 6 chairs.
1 6-hole Cook Stove, good as new. 1 Sanitary Couch
4 New 4-Burner Oil Stoves, New Perfection.
1 Kitchen Cabinet. 1 12-pound DeLaval Cream Separator.
1 Power Washing Machine and W ringer combined.
13—Head of Cattle-13
1 Registered Holstein Cow, fresh now, with bull calf at side.
1 Holstein Cow, fresh, G years old.
1 Holstein Cow, fresh in May, 6 years old.
1 Holstein Heifer, fresh in June, 2 years old
1 Registered Holstein Bull, 1 year old.
1 5-year-old Roan Cow, springer, fresh in June.
1 7-year-old Red Cow, springer,
1 Spotted Cow, 4 years old, fresh in May
1 4-year-old Jersey Cow, tresh in May.
1 2-year-old Red Heifer, a good one.
5 ^The^above' cattle are extra good milkers, and all tuberculin
8-Head of Hogs-8
1 Duroc Jersey Sow, due to farrow soon.
7 Duroc Jersey Shoats, weight 60 pounds each.
1 Good Independent Binder. 1 Superior Wheat Drill, 12 Holes.
1 Hummer 12-inch Gang Plow. 1 14-disc Harrow.
1 Emerson Lister. 1 Emerson 2-row Go-Devil
1 Bailor 2-row Cultivator. 1 5-foot Deering Mower.
1 McCormick Hay Rake. 1 Set Leather Harness.
1 3-4ths inch Fort Smith Wagon. A good one.
1 Heavy Cowboy Saddle, full swell.
1 11,., Horse Power Gasoline Engine and Pump
1 Dempster Feed Grinder, No. 1. 1 12-barrel Water Tank.
And many other articles too numerous to mention.
Carey used Block Salt-highest goods
One week Special, 55c per block
U u ti
5 Dei. tote! Rhode island Hens
Sale startsat 10. Free Lunch at noon- Rrifigvour own cup
„ , ti(i- Ml sums of $10 and under Cash 3 per cent
A credit of Eight months dl he g.vcn Bum,. .. veM, . ^ N<) g( (|„s )(, lu. removed settled
(J 1" 11 1 S discount "pslims OVer $ urthaser must mm i i
for with the clerk.
FRED S. BALL, Auctioneer.
D. B. PHILLIPS, Clerl
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The Yukon Sun. (Yukon, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 30, 1922, newspaper, March 30, 1922; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc129622/m1/5/: accessed May 20, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.