The Yukon Weekly. (Yukon, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 41, Ed. 1 Friday, October 13, 1899 Page: 1 of 10
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The Yukon Weekly.
Vof. 7, no. 4-L Yukon, Canadian Oounfy, Okfahoma, Friday, Ocfeber T3, 1899. $1.00 per Year.
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Finds us still here. Having weathered the blast
for seven years, others have come and gone. We are
the only General Merchandise store that has stayed in
Yukon, that length of time. We asked for the patron=
age of the people in 1892, promising the most for their
money. To those who patronized us, we faithfully
kept our promise and we now at the close of 1899,
make the same promise feeling sure that we can YET
sell the MOST OF THE BEST GOODS for the MONEY
To those Patrons who have stuck by us rain or shine
we promise to try and treat YOU Better than ever.
Look 14 sheets Legal Cap or Fools Cap at 5c.
Ink 3c a bottle. Tables lc. 2c, 3c, Sc, Sc, be, The cream of j
this town. 2f she.it' of Note piper at 5c.
Look a big- lot, all kinds of broken lines shoes and slippers a’* I
Jl'ST WHAT WK PAI1> ‘ ASH FOK Til KM.
Look a big- b>t of Bkand Ni:w ones takes their place.
Look an assortment of Lawns, Ginghams ami Prints20 percent j
To The Public. Lev. Pipkin, will preach at the
At a recent meeting of tlio stock- . South M. L. church, next Sunday
holders of the Hank of \ ukon a
change was made in ils oflicers and
directors. 1). W. Hogan formerly
easliier was elected president and
1). H. Phillips the assistant cashier
and book-keeper was advanced to
the office of cashier. The hi aril of
directors i., as follows: M. Y,
evening, subject “What is Man?”
L M. Spencer, andix ife returned
last Wednesday from Kansas C’itv.
1 hev visited with relatives at
Council (drove, Ivan., while awa\,
Mrs. I ay lor of Wichita, while on
her way to Norman to visit the
l niversity. stopped o.ver in Yukon
Millvey, 11. h. (hikes, .1. A. faris. She was very well pleased with the
I >. 1>. Phillips an I I). W. llogau. I town.
1 he bank is now owned ami con-! i> ,• ii ,
l> > Hoover and wife returned
trolled l>\ all home men and it of- ,,, ... ... ,
| Horn I ex as, mi Weum-sdax, alter
fers to the public cverv accommo-j ....... i- ,
1 ■ spend mg a couple ol w eeks visit ing
| dation consist,ant w ith conservative
I mu king. Respect f nil v,
I >. W. I loo \ n. President.
To the Depositors and Patrons
of the Hank of \ ukuii, We have
with Iriends and relatives, I'hev
report a very enjoyable visit.
I lie trial ot i.ee Hecbe \s Hob
Foster was tried before Sip Hollis
on (\ ednesday being a jury trial
Hecbe daimed a horse that Poster*
this 11 a \ sold our interests in said dad, axing that it was one 1 >•!
Hank and retired as directors and i ln3 'u him,
under market value, t<> make room.
Look 2 Wheeler & Wilson sew ing machines at cost to make
Look First grade groceries rhea11 «s the chkapkst,.
Look big jet navy blue Jeisev shit ts, the best thing you can
iind 40c each.
Look big reductions in men's line shirts, also hate for 30 days.
Look the Mayfield line of clothing and pants, also the Howard,
Nelson and Jaxauell lines of pants and overalls giving you four of
the best lines in the 1 • S. to select from and not om; shoddy faik
Look we are still ready to light every competitor. Yukon is
forging- ahead more new store-, and they will cut add slash to catch
trade and smile and talk pretty to the people, but when it comes to
dead hard business, we are in it THE RACKET STORK.
officer ol same thanking the Public
j for past patronage and bespeaking
| about two \ i
1 w'a> ret cl n< d
|« H 11; -
w hich st i a veiI a \x \
ars ago. 'I he horse
lo i- osier as it w as
proven that he had owned it four
a continuance and.increase to our years mm bought it four years ago
successors we are, Respectfully, i Irom a herd.
A. N. Si■ i:N-• i:i:. | p |R 1!:innum, the bustling
Fi.i/.aiiktii S]»i-;n< i n. real estate map of Yukon, closed
Oct. 12, 1 Fiiti. Ja ileal Wednesday, whereby K.
II* Schbltzhaite ol .Pilot Grove,
Resolutions Of Respect. 'do., becomes tile owner of a line
Hall of Yukon, No". 22 A. P. i Tl:iI'u;r section of land, eight or
i ten miles southeast of tliis city.
| A - S. Aldersoti, a resident of
* s- 'Texas w-as the owner of the land
Dif.ii—At her home iu Yukon on
Saturday, Oct. 7, .Mrs. Ada \ o-
dicka, wife of A. Vodicka, at the
age of nil years.
Mrs, Yodicka was born in E<>-
liemia-iii 18ti7. She bad been sink
for eight mouths and death came
to her as a relief from her suffer-
ings. She leaves a husband, .! lit
tie girls and two step daughters to
mourn her loss.
The funeral took place on Mon-
day. Oct. 9, at 2 p. m., conducted
by Rev. J. T. Hendrickson. A
large concourse of friends followed
the remains to their last resting
placo ill the Yukon cemeUry. The
family have the sympathy of the
entire community in their hour of
For courteous treatment, good
meals, and a pleasant place to sleep
you should stop at the Yukon Hotel
$1,00 a day house, meals 25c, bed
25c. C. A. MUNDKLL,
Yukon, ()k 1;i
Wiikimias, It lias pleased Ai.
Minim- (ion to lake from our broth-
er, J. M. 1.Million, his beloved son
\\ iii-:ufas, his death being- caus-
ed by accident making it doubly
sad to the lamilv and oommiiiiitv,
therefor 1 be it.
ntul the price paid was $2,000.-
El I ieti‘> < i lobe.
As I was passing by—I heard a
girl reply “Oh, where is mv John-
nie gone,” I mean Julm Garten.
Ib> went out in the country t lu* ot li-
er night and got lost, but iinally
woudered back, lie is here all right
now girls. If any one wants to
tane courting lessons, call on John
Garten, when the boxs are gone.
nr • i <• , i , , I minutes and one sent lo
Wait girls tor John is going to get j
a hike, built for t-vo, and will try
if it is possible, to help von pass
the time away while Will Lielnnan
is gone on his hunting trip.
The Burlington Route.
A Good Railroad.
.-.jsb.iGi..; i from the Missouri
I River to St. Louis, "Chicago, it
1 runs the linest trains, wide visti-
1 n-.s* 11 x r. 11, that 11 le 1 n e 111 he i s o I b 11 ed. i11 u or 11 11 g 111 ed 111 roll g’ll -
.ikon Long*.: No. 22, . . P. A- A. out, with the Rurliiigtou's cele-
M. tender mi. Hrnt In-rand his fam - ; Grated free chair cars, dining cars
.t i ■ • ’u11 man sleet>ers.
'a;h\ in tin- ;
N(H’l'i)*■*!i() it I: two daily
j trains, pericollv equipped, to
Omaha, Sioux Citv, St. paid.
I i V tliejr siueere sv in |
their sad 'lore iveinent,
Ri:sot,viu>, that a copy of
resol u t ions
lie sent to tin* 1,,-reaxed Northwest; from fifty to live
family, one lie placed upon the .hundred miles saved from the
the press. M ssouri River to the Northwest
M. ( . [a rma. by the great time savt r—the Hill-
■ ,, i- lings Route.
J. M ■ I' AH K IS,
Ciiniiii i it ee.
Protect the Home.
Fraternal Insurance does it anil
none so xvell as the Modern Wood-
men of America. Mr. A. M. Carr
the deputy is here organizing a
camp. It will surely be to your
interest financially to join tlie M.
W. A. Give your application to J
Mr. Carr and go in as a charter
West: from the Missouri Riv-
er to Colorado and beyond,, two
\V. A. Hell an . wife of Kda were great trains daily,
in tow n Tuesday. 7500 miles of standard railroad.
A. N. Spencer
visiting in the city.
>x-|,r the Great Hurlington Route.
J, Gunn, of the ElKeno News. R. J. Hricker
xx as in Yukon, Monday. 1 I - P
T. Cox is building a nice collage |
near the Catholic church.
of Kansas ( itx is T!,c lli;",<‘er col"'U‘”Us treat-
• ment ol travelers.
'I lie main tr ivcied mad - cverv
1L ''111 'a-' ° Ma "as ticket agent has tickets reading
in 1 ukon on Tuesday.
Dr. .1. A. Settle •returned last *
member The goat xvill have no j Saturday from Kansas City,
terrors for you then. The poor Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Sturm,an, 1
man’s order. Insurance at cost, (were in RlReno on Wednesday.
’. A., 823 Main Street,
Kansas Citv, Mo.
L W. Wakeley,
Gcn'l Passenger Agent,
St. Louis, Mo.
St- Joseph, Mo.
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Smith, I. E. The Yukon Weekly. (Yukon, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 41, Ed. 1 Friday, October 13, 1899, newspaper, October 13, 1899; Yukon, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc911866/m1/1/: accessed October 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.