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Lake built two buildings on the southeast corner of Main and 3rd Street and southwest corner of Main and 3rd. Lake rented one building to Joseph Starbuck for general merchandise, the other rented to Sam Ernst for hardware and harness, and to Dr. Dennis who put a drug store in the second room.
These were never rebuilt.
One performer recollected was an artist and drew a picture of Niagara Falls while people watched. Reverend Bartley had built the majority of the schools in Tarkio Township before Yorktown was established.
In early years there were two bridges to cross. Preston built a hotel on the lot in the Ykrktown of the south side of Main but the hotel burned less than three years later.
A hotel stood on the north side of Main Street between 3rd St. These were attended by the whole community and were quite successful. There have been numerous social clubs during the years. There were more hogs shipped from Yorktown than any point in County at one time.
In those days it was used for Yofktown performance of the local band. After selling his building the post office Moce moved south to the first building on corner of Main and 3rd. This might have been approximately The store on 3rd Street - one half block north of the band stand was built by C. Scales was a permanent resident there.
Union Trust took charge in Sheriff posse in hot pursuit, one robber hit. He died October 15, George Chapman had his hardware and harness business on the corner of Main and 3rd St.
This building was completed in July Paul's Lutheran Ladies furnished the noon meal to all residents and workers who cared to come. Marvin McElhiney bought the store on January 12, for the purpose of remodeling it into a food locker. William Wilkening, Mr. In the early 's one bridge was removed and a culvert put in in its place.
Not one incoming or outgoing dispatch was missed. Francena Whitney can remember the night one burned. Clarinda Fire Department came with portable generators and lights to help deter the looting. It Yorktoqn known now as the General Telephone Co.
Charles Drennen started the operation of his garage at the east end of Main Street inbuying the property of Ho and Edna Mueller who moved to California. Yorktown no longer has a bank since this one closed the doors in Darrell Leedom purchased the locker plant on December 27, Money was donated for these lights by the business men and people of the community.
During World War I it was recalled on Saturday nights the band played patriotic songs on the band stand and a large crowd would assemble to play tribute to the boys serving their country During World War the women of the community were given Red Cross training in vival and spent some afternoons folding bandages for the Red Cross. 29 Dr.
Gwynn and assisted by his son, Cecil, owned an implement shop. Harry Varley moved t in and also had a trucking business for several years. Fred Mitts from to in the front of his store building on 3rd street, one half block north of band stand.
Parriott and returned to Indiana from to Maupin and put up a brick building 25 ft. The organization was loal in but it wasn't until it was finalized.
Another early citizen was Newt Apple, who came in September,and started a coal and grain business which he maintained for three years. In a new bridge was put in to replace the old one. Mov Downer at the east end of Main Street on the north side.
Rope in February, Rudy had a garage at the rear of the building. This was purchased from W. The next morning the children had fun picking up the coins and returning them to Mr. Marvin McElhiney became postmaster in and again the post office was moved back to the building it was housed in by Mr. Wilma Chapman, assisted by Jennie Gwynn, Yorltown it until discontinued December 21, During this time it was used for shows and a variety tk entertainrnent.
Lake built two buildings on the southeast corner of Main and 3rd Street and southwest corner of Main and 3rd. His main markets were to Omaha and St.
There was a creamery in early years next to the brick yard on the north side of east Main Street. They continued in business until when the tornado demolished all the buildings on that side besides the building that had once housed their business on the north side which was being used by Winifred Harms as a Pepsi Cola warehouse.
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