The Yukon Weekly. (Yukon, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 36, Ed. 1 Friday, September 8, 1899 Page: 2 of 8
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THE YUKON WEEKLY.
U M RmcCK, Mui>(rr
Yl'KON, - - OKLAHOMA
OKIAilUM « »M> INDI AN TLKRITOET
The people of the Indian trrritorj
are ueclanug for s.rsg.e axateUood
The Oklahoma legislature appropr.
alcJ $3 > for the encampment of the
Oklahoma n.iilt.a to l>c heli this fall.
Very many hor-.e» 1 nr been killed
in Oklahoma this season, ft ni st a I-
ing near wire fence- dur ng thunder
The secretary of the interior has ap-
prored the towusite plot of the town
of Merrelt. Choctaw nation. Indian
The Indian Territory Press associa-
tion will meet at Ardmore -t-pteni',t.r
*7. An excursion to guif joints is he-
mp planned. ,
The Oklahoma live slock com mis-
* da have eclaieo. uarent nr for a'l
the townships of Canadian county \h>i-
deriap--upon the South Canadian r Ter.
unt 1 Nor. 1.
The surrevinp corps of the Arkansas
and Choctaw railroad is less than ’.
tni es east of Durant, making the per-
..... . -
A a ant. who has cha-g-e of the eo*-ps,
says the rv«*d n 11 certainly come
thr. upr. Durant.
The Cherokee spirit dance to Jetcr-
aa.De whether the Great s- -it was fa-
vorable tc the moving of the tribe to
Mexico ©eenrred recent It at lianson.
1 1 The c*cce was evmdncted by
is * yea-s old.
It y .. - . : . ;. »itnesv,-. the - ance
and at its r -. ti' oa the me.: ce
taec of the true ce-. he.i that it had
den. .>astrate e dr:-it -p . > un-
friendliness to tie . ve
The Ok a "in - -etie court has
dev ei 11 a the reel ral xw m " xt
the debt of maniripal fes :n a t-■ t>
tory to + r . r cent ,f t :e a sesse val-
uation *..i not ap.ly to new counttes
d r .. p t i e t - v * t . e £->t s«-
sess -'en: a* t:. - -* do asses u?t
to base a 1 icit on. heaev. a... debts n-
eorred dtir • su.h time for leyit mate
opecses of the ouaty were oor»-
Th-s vaiidate-s larpr numt-ers of .oub-
ty warrants, w ,-i a.v. eea in .ties
A oesrsion - bee- rrr ered t y thf
Ok' ii ox a supre-. e e> v.rt :a the case
of the boats - abroad ix Kay eoou-
ty. la t. e e?.>.. a-c.rv empower
eh county eostirn "loners to levy t pea-
era’. count school tax f aot to ex-
ceed tea a - - a . a to the taxes
lev.ed <e c-i- h d ^trt-.-t The
' • .1 st
th.s oe the js. j- ,»f .-a e -axat a
as it wo. oitn e. .: t. pa a pea-
e-31 school ax for the whole eo: r tv
as we-. a« m. . taxes a etf-y d s-
triet thr- u K wc;<-Jr the r--«a<.i ran. The
court heli thr aw v* 1 aa i su-tu tei
the county * bool 1 - v -
The war l.e’.w ea the 'e-iera! aaa
Creek anti -rit es o-ver educational
matter- in the -e-1 Nat .a cast nue-
u abati"p. ro>" matters are sett ed
•same rateiy t eopeo n-r-.■? the schools
for the fail tenm ls ■ ci v to be d ay-
ed odeS ; Ite!y. The fx^ds for ’he
parment of the tea h-rs a the reek
-efcuo s must : ass thr.-ar the han-is
of the l'c -e-.i >tate- Id-; an ape*’., aid
notice ha- been given that tea hers
wh »e appe ataaeots are c ,-t a - p-nei
by Mr. Berevii'.-t. super: a tec r ’ of
■*.- ;oo s for Indian terr:- ey. w" -ot
jtosh. stape-n ten-dent of the natioo
.x aaot a^ref ,>u aoc- ■ ataaeata
DIMES AND CENTS,
Greatly Increased Demand
for Fractional Currency.
AVERAGE $60,000 DAT.
nahinpton. NcpU 5. — I> rues, quar-
te-s and half dollars are br i,p turned
i>ut i t a . the inicts as rapidly as they
can t»e prsniuccd, said au ofticer in the
treasury. Ttie Jemajd for frac-tiocal
currency and sheer dollar* beinp un-
precedented. Tne request* do Dot
come from one section of the country,
hut from every section. As fa*: as the
coin can be minted :t is shipped to
thciae who have called for it. Csua.ly
the demand for this sort »tf currency
. not t»ep:n um.1,'be autumn, but
tin# year orders 'or a-^e quantities
have com np .u for more than
four week*. It is est mated that the
orders received at t: e trt usury-depart-
ment w:l. average over b .n frac-
tional currency u day.”
An order issued to the Califcrn a
in.nt on Aug-u&t 1. he sa:.:. to turn out
fll-.'.oik w.-.-tn of mes. ':arte'-sand
liu.vcsa month ,n'.:l fanner notice,
only for the use of l. e l‘ac de coast.
Another tuicp mentioned by Treasurer
Huberts w:,s the inerease^i demand for
penn es in the west and aouth where
hut comparatirely Jew- of these »
have previously betn used, lie attrib-
uted the increased use of pennies to
the war revenue tax which require*
ti e use of interna revenue star ps on
telegrams, che.ks. etc.
CATTLE MIN AWAKE.
I bec;b a Cvntiaatioa (oclU t o*tr»l the
Austin. Tex . ^ept. : —From catt-e-
meu w. onare arrived herefrom points
-a the Inc an te-r t ry and Kat sas. it
is very ev.ient that the effort# of
ar.es & Lothng -so assoc ates of
.-r: 1 to or. a- re t <ttx$f -
- • .- _ •
it: e u’.erests .f tne -.err.tory and
Kansas > ty as well is* from many in-
terests .n Texas.
1: was fir*: thot- t that by beyin^
a the cattle -a T-. xa* that txe p *xc-
t : .-cxb ne wou.i o.ntrv the mrift
A r-ematcre exp . s . r .n t e.r p ms
.-Ter. put t: e catkeam oe guard
and trey are now fighting tKe tomb.re
V. a finish.
VS uil f —a»n. if D-»ifi» w ion
rag-. v;. t ' s • ■ if
- - ' - : t ■; -1
t a at Eel nes. p- n J-.ns >:f C. -
■ w .a ama-»xee r *e ta -. -
action tat eared to * . . w tee resent-
ment of Amer xi Jew* at tj< iaacn‘1
Id wb cit tne art. lerv tC.e: :as beet
- - t: e eii ' - ’ -
pr je-.-t say :t may ead to ti e boT.-ott-
iag t t Ai»: eat J sr» of the T*-.s ex-
t-.i t.oo of Iv-j*. ac t of Fren.- z.'-.«-s
rp.r te. to tc s . a try a. far a* pra >
T r p-s to F ran re w a_*c tee xei ode .
from t~e Euroteit ;t.:eran ;f Jew -
fax -** that co a -.--rad a t e -t- -:t
t:at Dwfyfcs .» rjcT cted. say
was* are act:*- a toe ag tati-.c
*,a H«r Fiukme
e-. - g-f-li 1 . ft.
f of a red pet i-owt to *.e u i
Hag. Mna E. 6 B* "ten if t .» .
sa-.-ceeded :n »topp ( a pawsenger
t.ra.3 ;ast rn t.me tc preTect a re- a.
Over 8,360 Persons Get Work Tnrongh
Stair Armeies in Clilralfo
Springfield, 111., Sept 5.— The auper-
intendents of the three free employ-
ment l ureau ofti es on the north, aouth
nnd west sides. Chicago, vvi.l meet in
Springfield Friday afternoon with Got-
ernor Tanner, SeSretary of State Rose,
Auditor McCulloch and David Ross,
secretary of the state board of labor.
Tue wc rk of the bureaus has exceed-
ed by far the anticipation of every-
body, and the help provided by law is
now inadequate for meeting the de-
mand. The object of the conference,
which will tie held in the executive of-
fice. will l>e to devise some meam to
provide additional facilities, fer hand
ling the business of the offices.
According to the reports of the three
bpreaa# ii Chicago, S,361 persona have
been furnished employment, and it is
figured that about $11,000 v as saved
the people who have formerly patroD-
iied the employ men; agencies of Chi-
l>av.i Ross, secretary of tb# labor
bureau of the state, has now secured
tue Dames of lOo agencie- that are be-
ing conducted in Chicago, only three of
wo,eh have pa 1 d the $. >. license.
>:ers will tie ta„en in a few days tc
prosecute the —omoters of the ageDciei
wnouave v.olated the law, r.nd whe
have i>eec conducting a business with-
out pay.ng tue proper l.cers? fee to the
20:h ON THE OCEAN.
H ill Proliably Bf*ch Tojiiku About
October S«; and Tfirn:.’
T.pe*a. Kau.. bept. i—Now that
--- - Kansas regiment ii on
;s way fc. me, Governor Stanley will
today call a meeting of the committee
appointed by t:m recently to arrange
for a reception to take p ace immedi-
ate y. Tue S-nta Fe ra .road has
agreed to bring the reg x nt from San
Francisco and wait until the nest ses-
was t e or g____ ten.ica of tne gov-
ernor to div.ie up the trarsport^tion
o* t.e tre-ops scc-jng tue f.ur principal
railroads. Tne Santa Fe .a the cm
. ut.ry mat. has a - ze. to Frisco.
Tue otr.ers wju 1 . ire fo pay such
est] - . e t. the Soot hem Pacific
ti:at they announced tu*t won.d be
ent’ rr r satisf^cl-. ry to tuetu to let tne
-arts Fc uxve al. tue bn sine**.
Tie rerment w... reach 'Frisco
about October 3. It v. thtt ta«ce
a»ut ten days cr two to mus’er
tout. The muster out r..-lls wi.i all
oe prepared on th-. voyage, and abe ;t
t. e cnlT tiling -tf: t . d it Frisco is
■rxl exammati-.n. Tu * w.. enable the
-eg c ent to rex.u heme i • .it October
?>. Tne recept.on wii De ne.d at l'->
lark., ani t. e isr -s r_ roads w 1
. parts of
tue :-"aic. It is like y t. _. Governor
-y ltd ol_€r cffic al* wi.l go to
rr in i return »: . t. e regiment.
A Kirkrapt 'U « l i*:>t
C .. x . v ' rt i-arkruptey
-rtar i,- toe m en : ta z-. lernmectof
ol:it :s .a toe face, it - y O-.-tobe: 1
.« . y w . .e compel e- t- s.of. jp
s o? nc.rss s.K arrange~1 -Bt is u_»ue
,-o s .-are m-ore funds ri <n at this
■..tue .t s t-..t it • teSrec .• es
> a. 1 depart men s — approx mae
iiverS. <. . >.0 it tne end . f the year.
T err bow rexi rs $- to run toe
r . ventmjst s; remunder of the year
-ret •r f r ' ; Sit'-*‘y Evius ; as
iootr,: t.. • y. ' - t ng cp shop
s- oc ti the hoii a a->y iepartseot
i:w ex u .steij and as a re~u t a. 1 out-
a <x r . tne
departiaucaU may fo .o« ; ,e same p an.
Viewed from the human elanapoait
nothing can be more joyless than the
dally life of the Roman pontiff at the
present day. The era of magnificence,
of pageantry, for the P.bman court, bkf
fortTer passed away. Extreme auster-
ity, at least outwardly, clrtlnjrjishee
the dwellers of the Vatican. The at-
mosphere there Is g -omy and chllL
The pope lives alone no one share*
with him even a mea A walk In the
carden attached to the t ulace has for
years been the only ource of relaxa-
tion for him who w . .c styling hin>-
■ ’ the VIcer- - - ftt
r-vertheies' by .. ? ow volition,
"the Prisoner of the Vatican.”— Sell-
"Tittwwl IjkJt’ on tbs Cable Oar-
Oce sometimes hea-^ rumc-rA ol
t "men resorting to ue- ng scs a. fad.
but the design; are usually made on
some part of the body » here they will
cot be visible in ordinary condition*.
A woman on one of the Broadway ca-
ble cars, the other day however, car-
ried a consp. uous tattoc mark on the
back of her hand a : » to one s.de
Her hands were bare and brown, hav-
ing the look of siren? r and much ex-
es.ise. One fan ei tua: she belonged
to sailor or fisher foist somewhere, and
that she could lend a hand when neces-
sary with the best of them in manag-
ing a boat and sim.iar w;.-£ —Ex
Vegetable* Itfioe-nred b▼ Other*.
As a rule, rarietie- of melon*,
squashes, cucumbers c . cross readi-
ly in their c.ae* intern:.x: ire of fami-
lies is no: so frequent ye- is sa d tt
o cur. The results do tot snow in the
fruit of the current year, but In the
seed. A Long Island grower found that
watermelons and mt='i-melons. grown
16 feet Apart, or less, did not intermix.
Peter Henderson's r : “ was to grow
varieties of meiors at leas; 100 yards
apart. A New Jersey reader found
cantaloupes grown within 50 feet of
cucumbers produced fru1 •■meiling and
t—sting like cucumbers
When Death Holds Swav.
Early in the morning s genera.iy
supposed to be the m~?t ymmon t-ma
for death to t*ke away re ;.:k. Old
nurses will tell you that from 2 to 4
o'eoek life is at its lowest ebb, and
the dying patient usua It passes into
the great be; •
A famous French phye :an however
has examined over 25,000 cue* cf
death, and finds that r.u e deaths oc-
cur at 2 o'clock in the af-ernoon thaa
a: any time.—Phiiadelph a Record.
To Ijiundry lirrL«<-« and <t!r;a
t hast re# - is
t-tarca' in a little cold wster wtn d:^
solved pour on I-.cling \>- - .'-.-..I it ti-
cxiues clear. All grocer' -;U Faaltlea*
March.” Large package, fix-.
Its ju't »' much of a cr me t :iti
a wa k as t is to stea. a rna .h.
'"He Laughs Best
Who Laughs Last/’
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c.\\j hfjLth ohra.-iu. .c : : r-c-r \.vl-
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r r other m-.r - - % r-.r N.w*
c.-..K.\\f s 5u's?ra-. .u. "I .. r rhry ,u.-
Lt. f^rst. Us: g-v i- : -.e r.—.r. for
J/crc/j $a Uu'hi )lfui
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Smith, I. E. The Yukon Weekly. (Yukon, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 36, Ed. 1 Friday, September 8, 1899, newspaper, September 8, 1899; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc913456/m1/2/: accessed December 18, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.