The Yukon Sun. (Yukon, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 30, 1922 Page: 8 of 8
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THE YUKON, OKLAHOMA, SUN.
YUKON, OKLA., THURSDAY MARCH SO, 1922.
Sairal anil $Jrrsmtal
Efittril h(i lilra. fii. IB. Smith.
The W. C. T. U Will mee' with Mr i
George McClure Friday, April 7.
Miss Helen Sadlo, who was qtiite
siek last week with tonsilitis has in
Miss Elizabeth Ping who has been
sick the past ten days, is now slowly
Mrs. R. L. Fry will be hostess to
the Ladies' Library club this, Thurs
day afternoon at her home south
West of town.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Combs, of near
Richland visited Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Frederick today. Mrs Combs and
Mrs Frederick are sisters.
County Commissioer J. B. Dear-
dorff wasa pleasant caller at this
office Tuesday. J. B. says that the
commissioners are keeping menbusy
dragging the roads these days.
"Work on a balcony in the base-
ment of the M. E. church is progress-
ing this week, under the direction of
Mr. Ping and Mr. W. L. Frederick.
This will give spectators a chance
to view the games without being in
the way of the players.
The prayer meeting of the M. E.
church was held at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. W. L. Frederick last Wed-
nesday evening, and a splendid one
was ejoyed by the many present. An
unbroken circle of prayer was the
most enjoyable feature of the even-
Mrs. William Slemp Was an El
Reno visitor Monday.
Mr. G. W. Swaim made a business
trip to Oklahoma City Tuesday.
Frank Smith was among those in
attendance at the auto show Monday
Miss Pearl Jflurphy, of Mansfield,
Okla., visited friends in Yukon Satur-
day and Sunday.
Mrs. D. B. Phillips and daughter,
Miss Dorace, were Oklahoma City
Ira Beasley, of the Yukon Motor
Co was a business visitor to Okla
homa City Tuesday.
Fred Nicodemus was a business
visitor to Oklahoma City Tuesday
afternoon and evening.
Mr. O. F. Frisbie nd daughter,
Miss Louise and Miss Velma Coyle
were Oklahoma City show visitors \
Tuesday afternoon and night.
Mr. J. M. Brown went over to Ok-
lahoma City Monday and returned
with Mrs. Brown who has been there
under special treatment. Mrs. Brown
is feeling better, and her friends
will be glad to learn that she was
able to return home.
The automobile contest which was
to have started last Sunday at the
Christian church, Sunday school, was i
postponed on account of the failure of
the automobiles to arriv# in time, but
it will start next Sunday. It was
thought by some that the cars might
have become stuck in the mud, but it'
is hoped they Will arrive next Sunday
and bring a larger attendance than
the 136 which were preset last Sun-
Nelson Hancock was an Oklahoma
City visitor Saturday.
Miss Evelyn McKinney visited in
Oklahoma City Saturday.
Mrs. A. A. Pitney was a Monday
visitor to Oklahoma City.
Itfrs. (Fred Nicodemus vifjlted in
Oklahoma City Monday.
Clubs and parties. Let us make
your fruit punch. Special prices.
Yukon Drug Store. Phone 6.
Phone us your order. We deliver
Steffen's ice cream in any quantity.
Yukon Drug Store. Phone 6.
Mrs. J. C. Barnhill was an interur-
ban passenger to Oklahoma City last
The Misses Marie and Cleo Taylor
were Oklahoma City visitors last
Try our bon bon bars. Yukon
Drug Store. Phone 6.
Service, our motto. Yukon Drug
Store. Phone 6.
Miss Helen Sadlo was a Wednes-
day Oklahoma City visitor.
Mrs. John Lagrange visited in the
j big city today.
We serve Steffen's ice cream. Yu-
kon Dvugstore. Phone 6.
Miss Ruth Wheatley was among
the throng in Oklahoma City Wednes-
Our new fountain is installed and
ready for business. Call. Yukon
Drug Store. Phone 6.
Mr. Roy Compton, of the West
Side Garage was a business visitor to
El Reno Wednesday.
Rev. Steele went to Tulsa Tuesday
to attend the state convention of the
Christian church, and will reurn to
Mrs. Mary Hogan was an Oklahoma
City visitor Tuesday.
Mrs. Scott Carroll visited friends
in Oklahoma City Tuesday.
Miss Eula Hostetter visited in El
Reo Monday evening.
Dr. E. E. Sanger made a business
trip to Oklahoma City last Friday
W. J. Fitzgerald had business in El
Reno Wednesday. .
West Main Maternity sanitarium,
a home for the care and protection
of young women; rates reasonable;
babies adopted Dr. M. H. Newman,
medical director, 1547 W. Main, Ok-
lahoma City. Okla.
Yukon Realty Co.
ROBERT J. NESPOR
REAL ESTATE, LOANS
We write insurance, buy and sell farms and city piop-
erty, and do a general Real Estate and Insurance Business.
Your want* will have the beet of attention.
Good work and Quick Service
..Ail Work Guaranteed..
Lee Puncture and
Come and see ns before having that Car
overhauled or buying those tires
Dodge Bros' Motor Cars and
Service Day and Night
Chas. McClure, Shop Foreman
WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY
Bv Banking your Money
The old "Save for a Rainy Day"
Story has lost none of its charm-
It's as good advice today as when
Open a Savings Account
w ith us today and keep it
growing. Cultivate the
Yukon National (lank
Our 22d Anniversary Sale
Oklahoma's Largest Music Store is
going to celebrate Its birthday by of-
fering Thousands of Dollars* worth of
High Grade Instruments at less than
AN INSTITUTION THAT JUST HAD TO GROW.
Plant a tiny acorn in the right kind of soil and in time
a mighty oak will make its appearance. Just so an en-
terprise, no matter hotf small, founded with the right
kind of purpose, is bound to grow and prosper. To
growth there are no proportions, if the seed and soil are
sound, in plants or in businesses—but growth is a
FOR TWENTY-TWO YEARS THE MUSICAL RE-
quirements of Oklahoma homes have been supplied by
this store. Year by year the Frederickson-Kroh stand-
ards of quality, value and service have brought added
fame and patronage. As each year goes by, our list of
satisfied patrons grows and grows—for reliability—
dependability cannot be headed off—it's the right kind
of soil for the seed of business to grow.
7 his Great Anniversary Sale isOurExpression
of Appreciation of Your Confidence
THIS SALE ASSUREDLY HAS NO COUNTERPART ANI) NO PRECEDENT FOR OFFERING ATTRACT-
Anniversary Specials in New and
New Pianos range in price from $245 to $3,000. New
Players $415 to $1250. Attractive specials in slightly
used pianos. Hallett & Davis, semi-concert grand,
ebony case, good tone and action, _$275; almost new
Kimball grand, retailing regularly at $985, used in re-
cit&l work, discount $200; Mason & Hamlin grand, used
in recital work only, reduced to -$1375; Chiekering
grand, used less than ninety days, $300 discount. Un-
usual values in used Uprights, featuring such well-
known makes as Chiekering, Kimball,, Crown, Wash-
burn, Ellington, Harvard, Whitney, Hale and others at
$75, $95,$120, $135, $115 and up. Used players include
Apollo, Kimball, Cable-Nelson, Whitney and others
$275, $295, $340, $385, $415 and up. Used organs at
$10, $15, $25, and more.
Anniversary Specials in New and
used Victrolas and Phonographes
We are offering some genuine
VICTOR VICTROLAS in this
Special Anniversary Sale. We
have a: limited number of VIC-
TROLAS that have been used
in demonstrations and we cannot
offer them as new instruments
so we are selling these machines
at very attractive savings. In
addition to these we have used
VICTROLAS taken in exchange ,
for higher priced models which \
we are able to offer at material ''11
reductions from new prices, as
follows: 8337.50 electric VIC-
TROLA, beautiful tone, mechan- ''
icallv perfect, reduced to $215;
$225 Victrola like new $175; $75 Victrola, carefully
used, $50; $150 Grafonola, almost new, $75. Other
Grafonolas, practically new, ranging in price from $39
to $125. Our entire stock of new KIMBALL PHONO-
GRAPHS at less than pre-war prices. New instruments
$87, and upward. Used instruments $29 and upward.
Special Reductions in every department throughout tlie store. It is
impossible to describe all of the offerings here. Closing out our entire
Stock of Columbia Records: 75c records reduced to 43c or 3 for $1.00.
Call, Write or Phov
Gpen Saturday Evening Until C 00 p. m.
..*J £ \ l IU'A 'W;' 15 a v "u il*
221 W. MA N. PHONE W. 7246, OKLAKOM \ CITY
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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/m1/8/: accessed May 29, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.