The Yukon Sun And The Yukon Weekly. (Yukon, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 40, Ed. 1 Friday, October 4, 1901 Page: 3 of 8
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TELEPHONE ,* FRANCHISE
Granted by the Yukon City Coumcil Last Friday.
ORDINANCE NO. 28.
An ordinance granting to the
Oklahoma Southwestern Tele-
phone Company, its successors
ami assigns, the right to main-
tain ami operate telephone lines
in the town of Yukon.
Hi it ordained by the President
and Hoard of Trustees of the town
of Yukon, Oklahoma Territory:
Section 1. That the right of
way be, and is, hereby granted to
the Oklahoma Southwestern Tele-
phone Company,, its successors
*and assigns, to erect and maintain
lines of poles, mains, manholes
and wires along, in, through and
across the public streets, alleys,
avenues, bridges and viaducts in
the town of Yukon, and all addi-
tion-, thereto, for the purpose of
supplying the citizens of said
town and the public, communica-
tion by telephone or other im-
proved device for the.purpose of
operating a telephone exchange
and lines, such use to be and con-
tinued on the terms and condi-
tions hereinafter stated, for a
peripd of twenty years from the
date of a written acceptance by
said company of this ordinance
as hereinafter provided.
Sec. 2. The location of all
poles and wires hereafter to be
erected shall be such as not to in-
terfere with the travel on said
streets, avenues and alleys, and
said company hereby agrees to
hold said town free and harmless
from all costs, damages and ex-
penses arising by . reason of the
construction, and maintain uace of
sail I poles, wires,, etc., or
from any abuse from tile occu-
pancy qj said streets, alleys and
avenues-, that said telephone wires
hhull l>e suspended on said poles
ait a .1; -t. nee not 1than twenty
feet from the surface of said
streets. This grant is made and
is to he enjoyed subject to any
proper and reasonable rules, regu-
lations and ordinances of a gen-
eral police nature as the board of
trustees are authorized to make,
not destructive of the rights here-
k>EC, 3. The right of use of
said streets, avenues and alleys
herein given shall not be ex-
clusive and the board of trustees
of said town hereby reserves the
power to grant a like right of way
to any'other telephone company',
shall be made and maintained
under the direction of said com-
pany’s local manager, in said
town of Yukon.
Sec. 6. And* in further con-
sideration whereof the said tele-
phone company agrees to furnish
the said town of Yukon the free
use of the telephone system in
case of fire, riot or other public
exigency, and the system shall be
operated at times seen tit. The
said town of Yukon shall have one
Sec. 7. That said telephone
company shall remove its wires
after forty-eight hours notice, on
request of the board of trustees, to
permit the moving of houses
along the streets, all at- the ex-
pense of thy mover.
Sec. 8. Said telephone com-
pany shall establish and complete
said telephone system within
ninety days from the written ac-
ceptance of this franchise, and a
failure on the part of the said
telephone company to complete
said system within said period
shall work a forfeiture of th is
Sec. 9. That the rates • which
may be charged by the said Okla-
homa Southwestern Telephone
Company for telephone* service
within the corporate limits of the
town of Yukon shall be as follows
and no more: for 'one telephone
box in a residence, ($15.00) fif-
teen dollars per
wholly in advance; for one tele-
phone box *in place .of business,
twenty-tive dollars ($25.00) per
year, payablq wholly in advance; for
one telephone box *iu a residence
per month, one dollar and fifty
cents ($1.50) payable in advance;
for one telephone box in place of
business per month two dollars
and fifty cents, ($2*50) payable in ! ■‘■•ifii mul positive run- for tlmt iinnnyiiiK mol
r.y, ”, . . j i1:- :ustin*?«1 is• • It cmvs till influmniat i.;i
HliVilUCG. A 11 ?11 t ! 10 Hri ll 1 J^l’TlltOB quickly and | ■ nnain ntl,\ ami is also womJtT-
Chas. R. Wessmar, Evanston,
111., writes: “My boy. 2$ years old
had a severe cold which refused to
yield to any treatment until we
tried Foley’s Honey and Tar. He
was completely cured before using
one bottle.’’Take none but Foley’s.
In Rhode Island the term of the
governor—one year is fitted to
the size of the state.
There are thousands of people
suffering untold torture from piles
because of the popular impression
that they cannot be cured. ’Fab-
ler’s Buckeye Pile Ointment will
cure them and the patient will re-
main cured. Price 50e in bottles,
tubes 75c. Settle Pharmacy.
—Get prices and then come to
Howard’s Drug Store.
Brooklyn, Mo., Sept. If, 1900.
D. T. Johnson, Bethany, Mo.
Your Red Star Ointment entirely
cured my boy of the piles. 1 look upon
this medicine as simply miraculous. My
doctor told me he would have to be op-
erated upon but thanks to God for Red
Star Ointment and the cure it effected
on my son. Yours respectfully,
. \Vm. Arkle.
For sale by Howard's Drug Store.
Go to Trees’ for furniture.
A WORTHY SUCCESSOR.
“Something New Under
All Doctors have tried to cure atari’ll by the
se of powders, acid gases, inhalers and drugs
in paste form. Their powders dry up the mu-
cuous membranes causing them to crack open
autl bleed. The powerful acids used in the iu-
halors.have ontireljPoaten away the same mem-
branes that thier makers have aimed to cure,
while pastes and ointments cannot reach the
disonse. An old and experienced practitioner
who has for many years made a close study and
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| hi any amount and for 1
Any Length of Time. §
Low rate of interest, payable annually. •
Partial payment privileges :
without notice. I
Call and see us upstairs in the Bass Building.
FARMER & FARMER, I
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• i. i i specially of the treatment of Catarrh, has at,
dollars I I year, payaul6 last perfected ft Treatment which when faith-
fully used, n<4 only relieves at ence, hut perma-
nently cures Ct it i n, 1 y n n min# the cause,
stopping the discharges and curing all intiain-
niation. I^is the only remedy known to science
that actually reaches the alllictod parts. This
wonderful r medy is known as “Snuffles the
' Guaranteed Catarrh Cure" and is sold at
the extremely low price of one dollar, each
package containing enough internal and exter-
nal medicine suilicient form full month’s treat-
ment and everythin# necessary to its perfect
“Snitefleb” is the only perfect Catarrh Cure
ever made and is now recognized as the only
I ^ ESXZTESSu
herein, its successors unci assigns,
shall have the right to demand,
collect and receive telephone
rentals and charges in advance,
and upon non-payment of the
said rentals or charges to the said
grantee, its assigns, etc., for the
use of said telephone properties,
the said grantee, its assigns,
the right to disconnect the
said telephone boxes from its
lines and exchanges, and to refuse
to receive and transmit messages
fully t*‘u'k to i lirvi; Hv !• i;vEi< or C'oi.u ill the
Catarrh when neglected often leads to con-
sumption—“Snuffles" will sa v <* you if you if
you use it at once. It is no ordinary remodv,
but a complete treatm nt which is positively
guaranteed to cure Catarrh in any form or stage
if usi-d aecordim: t<> tie dyvetioos wl.ich ac-
company each package. 1 ‘omt delay but send
for it at once and write full particulars as to
your condition, and you will receive special
advice from the discoverer of this wonderful
d gnrding your case withmit cost to gpu
beyond the regular price of “Snuffles, the
Guaranteed Catarrh cure.”
Sent prepaid to any address in the United
States or ('amnia on receipt of One Dollar. Ad-
dress Dept. E 7(W, EDWIN 11. GILES & COM-
PAN Y, 2330 ami2332 Market street. IMiiladeldhia.
shall! tje |
Sec. 10. This ordinance
the some, however, not to interfere take effect and be in force from
with the reasonable and proper ^d ai er its passage and aecep-
exercise of the privileges herein ^ by the Oklahoma South-
, western telephone Company,
any electric light or motor com-1
puny shall he strung or placed on !1111,1 lts Publication
the same side of any street, avenue
or alley, where said telephone
company lias already placed a line
of poles or other fixtures for
carrying its wires.; this shall not
upJSlv lo nnv town fire alarm lines
and poles, provided, that said tele^
phone company’s lines shall oc-
cupy but one side of any street,
avenue or alley. Hereafter the
wires of all electric lights or motor
companies to be erected or st rung
at any angle across the wires of
said telephone company's shall
not he allowed to approach the
wires.of said telephone company
nearer than three teet; nor shall
said telephone company lie allow-
ed to place its wires nearer than
three feet, to the wires of said
other companies. .
Sec. 5. In consideration where-
of. the Oklahoma Southwestern
Telephone Company does agree
to allow said town. at. any time to
attach to the cross armi of any <d
the said poles where practicable,
the fire alarm and police wires to
be owned by said town, • and said
Ilolcs ine lierebj made q municipal and <n « feu dny- I .va
instrumentality for that purpose,
provided, however, said attach-
ment shall be so made as not to
interfere with said company s use
of said polos, and said attachment
ick for Sale!
Absolutely the Quickest und lien*
KOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS.
Cullman fhiffet Sleepers anil free
Reclining Chair Cars.
C. R. IIART, Clen'l West. Airt. A. 1> KIIHVKI.L, T. "P. Airt,
Oklahoma City. O. T.
GKO. H. LUC, Gen l P & T Aul •»- F. UOI.DKN. Truffle Mgr
Litti.b yocK, Auk,
Kansas City Southern Railway,
Passed and approved this. 27th
day of September, 1901.
J. A. Settle, President of
Board of Trustees.
M* V. Mulvey, Member of
Board of Trustees; second ward.
Attest: J. II. Russel, Clerk.
Oar New Currency.
“If prioos continue td go up-
ward it will soon lie a common
think to see men using corncobs
and potatoes for small change,”
says the Claremore Messenger.
“Just think of it, a man will buy
a can of sardines, throw down a
potato and get back a corncob and
three straws of hay. For change
of larger denomination there will
he a few grains of corn on the cob.
Coon skins and pumpkins arc not
in it with this now fangled legal
tender.” Mangum Star.
Bethany, Mo., May 2, 1901.
D. T. Johnson : Your Red Star Oint-
ment has completely cured me of one of
the worst cases of eczema in this conn
try. I had two of the best doctors try
ing to cure n-.e but 1 i t worse all the
I time. [ finally trPd NedStarOintTnent
* 1 have just finished
burnihg / 5 o,o o o fine
building brisk, udnch
are now for sale at
T. TtT.*-, .
cured. I vas in such a fix 1 could not
sleep tNqt naw I sleep well and have no
of -ugi. ci ail to the praise of Red
Star tfiutri'n.iit. Yours truly,
For sale by Howard's Drug Store.
m il nivi
‘■‘Straight as the Crow flies’
Kansas City and the Gulf.
In connect ion with the Choctaw, Oklahoma Jk Dull railroad at
i Howe, I. ’I'., offers the liost service between
Oklahoma City, El Reno, Weatherford, Neosho, Mo., Joplin,.
Mo., Pittsburg, Kans. and Kansas City,
I and via its direct connections at Kansas City forms the best route lo
Omaha, St. Paul, ITiiineapoli.s, Chicago
and. oil points East. Rates and routings cheerfully furnished upon
J. H. MORRIS, T. P. A., S- Q. WARNER li. P & T. A.,
Kansas City, Mo. Kansas, City, Mo
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Maxwell, William Albert. The Yukon Sun And The Yukon Weekly. (Yukon, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 40, Ed. 1 Friday, October 4, 1901, newspaper, October 4, 1901; Yukon, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc912872/m1/3/?rotate=90: accessed January 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.