The Yukon Sun And The Yukon Weekly. (Yukon, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 40, Ed. 1 Friday, October 4, 1901 Page: 5 of 8
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL, (•. B Lawson, of near Mustang,
will sell 110 head of cattle at auc-
Frunk* Brooking returned * from j 'j011 Ht hie Yukon stock yards, on
M ingum, Tuesday night, J Saturday, October 12 connnenc-
The city council will hold its j inK nt ten o’clock, a. m„ consisting
regular monthly meeting tonight. 1one *wo yenrs 1 red
YUKON IN A NUTSHELL!
H. M. Ellison has built a new
house on his farm south of town.
Dr. G. P. Robertson and bride
arrived last night from Pittsfield,
A daughter was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest (“Bill”) Gigoux
last Saturday, Sept. 28.
* (to to Woods’ short order
counter if you are hungry.- Every-
Buy Brown’s bread,
Durham bull, 15 year old; 1! good
red bull calves: 1 cow and calf.
Ten months time will be given,
with interest at 8 per cent. Five
per cent discount for cash. .
Born—To Mr. and Mrs. (). V.
Mulvey, on Monday, Sept, lit), a
son. Weight: twelve pounds (on
the buying scales, not on the sell-
ing scales). Mother and child are
doing nicely, but Odie and Grand-
pa White are turning handsprings
industry. \ and dancing ragtime,
baked in *Mrs W. II. Hollis is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. S. W. Hogan,
The shooting gallery quit busi- at Cash ion. She will go from
ness last Saturday night and has there to Stillwater for a short visit
moved to someth her to\vn. with relatives.
( . (. Allard. i.-» teaching tliej Harry Bass arrived home Sat-
school in Dist. -lS, ten miles south- unlay night, from a three weeks
east of Yukon. The term
continue until April 1.
Cleveland Wamsley is teaching
•school east of town. He gets a
salary of $40 per month—pretty
good for the first term.
Mrs. Watts, Miss Maud Litteer
and Miss Nellie Jackman attended
a teachers’ meeting at El Reno
I. Outright went to Guthrie on
business last Tuesday. He also
transacted business in the Oklaho-
ma City land office that day.
—Stove wood, sawed or in four-
foot lengths at'Benn & Boone’s.
Chattel mortgages, warranty
deeds, etc. at The Sun office.
Bring your prescriptions to
Howard’s: we have had many
J. A. J. Newby went to Lexing-
ton lasf Tuesday to see his daugh-
ter. who is quite sick.
Frank Richards, the- life insur-
ance man, has been in Shawnee
will; visit in Ohio.
Mrs. Bass will re-
week or ten days
I main there
Mrs. Grau has given up her
| lease on the Yukon Hotel. G. W.
j Sparks is the new proprietor.
—If you want a'farm loan or a
building loan or an insurance
policy Farmer & Farmer have it
for you at rates the lowest.
—Only one lot (50 ft.) loft for
sale opposite Dave Doyle’s resi-
dence. Enquire at Settle Drug
Store or any Realty agerft.
All sizes window glass.
Howard's Drug Store.
Mrs. S. W. llogan of Cushion
visited relatives here Saturday and
Sheriff Cosby was here Tuesday
on his way to Eda and Edmond.
Y\ . A. Scott and N'T. H. Smith
went to Oklahoma City on busi-
Found- Pocketbook containing
... ucc | money and papers. Owner can
for some time. Mrs. Richards has | have same by proving property
•just returned from an extended and paying for this notice. Enquire
visit, with ‘relatives in Indiana. at Sun office.
The ice cream season having Worth Farmer returned from
ended, Garten & McCoiuas closed ! Anadrvko last Friday night. He
their ice c-ream parlor last Mon-
says the new town
Room for Rent
W. 11. Kimball, whose prize hog | lift furnished, up-stairs. Enquire
was portrayed in last week’s Sun.
says he haa some fine hogs, laying
nil jokes aside. And everybody
who has seen his hogs verities the
L. M. Spencer has moved his
office into the front part of Wood
<fc (Mdham’s store.
. —Get prices and then come to
Howard’s Drug Store.
Fine line of pattern hats from
the St. Joe markets at Cosby &
After exposure or when you feel
a cold coming oil, take a dose of
Foley’s Honey and Tar. It never
fails to stop a cold if taken in
time. Settle Pharmacy.
Miss Minnie Johnson, the well
known temperance advocate, lec-
tured at the Methodist church' in
this place Tuesday and Wednes-
The Southwestern Telephone
wiU have connection established
with all outside points about Oct.
15. They will put up poles and
string the wires into the residences
and business houses taking phones,
I this week.
Tj. Weaver has gone back to the
| Wichita mountains to look, after
his mining prospects. Flis head-
quarters will tie at Wildinan.
S. E. Andrus’ family is how set-
tle 1 on his claim three miles nortli-
PASTE THIS ON YOUR CALENDAR
Yukon, located on the Choctaw, Ok
lahoma & Gulf railroad, 14 miles west of
Oklahoma City and 12 miles east of El
Reno, is a prosperous agricultural town
of 1,000. It is in Canadian county, the
banner county of the territory. Yukon
is delightfully situated on an elevation
overlooking the surrounding country
for miles in all directions. The business
parts of the town are compactly built
and most of the store buildings are sub
stantial brick structures, while the resi- I
dence portions contain many pretty and
Four passenger trains stop here daily,
two east bound and two west bound.
The town has a weekly newspaper, two
banks, two hotels, four grain elevators,
a tiouring mill, three lumber yards, a
brick yard, a creamery, five ge'neral
stores, four implement houses, three
harness shops, two hardware,- one fur-
niture, two jewelry, two drug, three j
millinery and two confectionery stores ;
four restaurants, two meat markets,
three blacksmith shops, a shoe shop,
four saloons, a photograph gallery, two
livery stables, two feed yards, three real
estate dealers, a it umber of contractors
and builders, a live stock and poultry
dealer, two well drillers, several physi-
cians. a dentist and its quota of notaries
public and justices of the pence.
i Albert Settle, President.
... ■ M. V. Mulvey,
( Worth Farmer.
Clerk'..............John H. Russel.
Treasurer................L. M. .Pratt,
Marshal..............John F. Russell.
Justice of the Pence... .G. J). Shepard.
Holds regular meeting at the city hall
first Tuesday evening of each‘month.
Albert Settle, President, Bert Maxwell,
Secretary, O. R. Howard, Treasurer.
'I ukon is proud of her five-room grad-
ed schools with an attendance of nearly
BOO pupils. J. T. Clayton, Principal.
Methodist Episcopal. Prenchirlg ser-
vices on the first and third Sundays of
each month at 11 a. m. and 7 :30 p. ml
Stindav school at 10 a . m. every Sunday .
B. W. Rine.hart, Pastor.
Baptist.—Preaching services on sec-
ond and fourth Sundays of each month
at 11:30 a. m. and 7 :30 p. m. B. Y.
P C at • 1 i30 [i. m each Sunday.
Sunday school at 10 a. in.
Bland Beauchamp, Pastor.
Catholic.—Regular services on third I
Sunday morning of each month . Father |
Fisher, of Norman, Pastor.
M K., South. Preaching servicer;!
on first and fourth Sundays of each
month at II a. in. aijd-first Sunday al
7:30 p. in. W. M. Taylor, Pastor.
Christian.—Preaching services at
Baptist church on first and third Sun- I
days of each month.
W. O. W. Meets at Faris Hall first
and third Monday nightsof each monthj
Albert Settle, Clerk.
I. 0. R. M Meets at Faris Hall |
every Tuesday night. J. P. Utt, Sa
ahem. W. C. Bickford, C. of R.
K. of P.— Regular meetings at Faris
Hall every Wednesday night. E. B ]
Ellison, C C. Walter Hancock, K.R.S j
A. F. & A . Al . Regular meetings at
Faris Hall on first Saturday night of
each month. Albert Settle, \V. M
E. B. Ellison, Sec’y .
M. W. A Regular meetings on
second and fourth Saturday nights of
each month at Faris Hall." Joe Evans.
V. C M W. Blair, Clerk.
Turner’s Lodge. (Boh) Meets at hall
south of town first Sunday afternoon of
C S P J.iBolp -»M"i'ts at hall south j
of Yukon second Sunday afternoon of
C. C. Z. S, <Bolli .Meets at hall
south of town third Sunday afternoon
of each month
C., 0. & G. R. R. TIME TABLE. * • -1-
TRAINS GOING EAST.
No. 4, passenger 8:3(i n. m. —, M/^mm
No. 2, passenger........9:11 P- "'•'iSCOTT
Local freight, carries pass., about noon ”—* s
TK.\ iNS GOING WEST. |
No. 1, passenger.............6:33 a. m.
No. 3, passenger............7 :43 p. in.
Local freight, carries pass., about noon.
COME IN AND SEE.
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MEN dt AND dt BOYS:
• New Clothing, Hats,
New Shoes, Hosiery,
New Underwear and
50 doz. new Ties.
l LADIES AND GIRLS:
New Plush Capes, Jackets,
New Hoods and Fascinators,
New Underwer, Shoes,
Dress Goods and Millinery.
C. A. Edwards came up from ! , j Vv-i I
Hobart Wednesday morning, be- , j F Russel ,las move(1 into llis
mg called here by the serious ilI- I |lous0 we8t of the Methodist
ne88ot ins baby. Mrs. Edwards I (»||urc*li
ami the child have been here ‘ j.‘E.' Shields, Chas. Geisecke,
some tui < h>.s. | prank Kroutil and Joe Evans left
Aliout two hundred men and i Monday morning for Des Moines
boys witnessed a fight between a j to attend the meeting of the Nu-
hatlger and a hull dog near the tionnl Grnin Dealers’ Association.
Stock yards last Sunday afternoon. A j„rge „umber of grain men
I he badger got, the best of the vven( from Oklahoma, the railroads
light, whipping both of George j furnishing free transportation.
ISparks dogs. | Mrs. J. H. Boone returned last
W anted A good close-haired j Saturday night from an extended
pup, small enough to wear Bosco’s! visit with relatives at Troy, Ohio,
collar. Enquire at Sun office. J —Choice of all games in Settle
The weather had been quite j east window, 25c.
warm until Wednesday morning, —Settle Drug Store has resigned j b>01
when a cold north wind came ( agency of Bell Phone. The new i,)ct
down upon us. I Independent Long Distance ami i .
W. A. Scott has leased tho build-' local exchange office will be lo- ip!', . p/p '■'.w.ie
ing east of Newby’s for his liar- cated in the Settle'Drug Store, (junkie, I) A
ness shop.. He has put in a nice The Bell‘people will probably ! beeper, 1) II
line of collars, bridles, whips, find an office elsewhere for their Mingle, Ilenrv
strap work. etc. and is better pre- | long distance work.
pared than ever to do all kinds of \Ve believe the school hoard has j John Williams
repair work. done a very sensible thing in order- Parties culling for the above
Mr. Kouba and family of ing half-day sessions in the pri- please say, “advertised giving
Nebraska visited with Chas. miiry room. In fact, it \tas the only and pa.- in>: one cent.
Bruza and family this week. Mr. j thing the hoard could do. In inany
Koubn is a brot her of Mrs. Bruza. cities the smaller children are giv- If you want to sell your prop-
He was in Yukoif about two years ! eu only three hours schooling each orty quick list it with Ellison A-
ago and is surprised to learn what, day and the most experienced edu-; I'ldwards, the hustling real estate
a growth the town lms made. jcutorssay the method is a success. - agents. They will sell it.
(>ur I- all Dress Goods will he in today or tomorrow and
a finer line, we think, hasn’t been in" Yukon before.
The line consists of all the new and stylish cloths and
the juice will lie right for everybody’s purse.
Come in and see then1. We are always glad to show*
< )ur line of
dailies' Flannel Waists is moving
We are selling Drew-Selhy shoes for Ladies and misses, vi-
and lots of them too. They are the host what is
Our millinery department is rushing things right mow,
preparing for the Fall Opening on Kept. 28. Mrs. Francis
Sanger has charge of this department, which is the besf
guarantee that our customers will he pleased.
Street hats are selling like numbers at FI Reno. Come
and pick the one you want, whiled lie assortment is best.
Our Motto is, “We Try to Please.”
Sfpre. Shirts 5c.
at Settle Drug
Ad vc?rl idl’d 11**1 tors.
The following livt of unclaimed letters
I remaining in the po.stollice at Yukon,
jO. T.. for the week ending October .'i,
If rmt calleil for on or before
17. 1901, will he sent to the dead
McUonnr, Will M
Roarigries, D Eneteria
! Tracer or Hacer, Moses
M. ('. Lrn ker, P. M.
Will r'epair your har-
ness and shoes in the
best style at reasonable
prices. He will also sell
you what you need in
Shop first door east of
R. P. Newby’s.
• • * • ••urn • « • • • • • • *» •.
i Millinery, j
Just received a new *J
and nobby line of... |
Street Hats •
Call and see them. %
■' ~ (•)
Trimmed Hats. ;:
Are Now Ready. «>
Mrs. Hendricks. !
YUKON, OLKA. I
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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/m1/5/: accessed November 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.