The Yukon Weekly. (Yukon, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 15, 1898 Page: 1 of 8
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The Yukon Weekly.
Vofume by INo. 31. Yukon, Oklahoma, Thursday, September 15, 1898. $1.00 per Year.
VALLEY VIEW HOUND-UI’S.
Nice weather again.
Farmers are still busy preparing
the ground to sow their wheat.
Some are already sowing.
The new school house is nearing
completion, and when done will he
one of the neatest school houses in
the surrounding country.
,1, It. White and wife spent a
few days of last week in the Valley
visiting their parents.
Miss Anna Leeper left last Sun-
day for Oklahoma City where she
has employment for the coming
Privates 13urson and Slemp came
down the Fort, Saturday night, re-
turning Monday morning.
Messrs. Burson and wife. Combs
and wife, Mrs. Isaac Miller and
Mr. Woods took advantage of the
low rates to Cincinnati, Ohio.
The party given at Isaac Miller’s
a couple of weeks ago was an en-
Mrs. Mary Boyd is making quite
an improvement on her farm In
erecting a large barn.
Miss Bertha Ellison spent a
couple of days of last week in this
'vicinity; the guest of Miss Aina
Not in quality’, but in price.
We arc putting in a large
stock of the celebrated Slier-
win-WilliamsPaint, and will
sell all the house paint we
now have in stock at cost.
This is yourOpportunity to
get a strictly high grade
paint at a very low price. If
you intend having any paint-
ing-done this year it will pay
you to buy your paint of us
now. We sell paint cheaper
than any one else.
HOOPER & SON.
Children's teeth regulated with
t,hc latest and most improved meth-
ods with little pain.
H. S. Parsons, Dentist.
Soool Books Sc
Renew for the Wkkki.y.
Mrs. Townsley keeps ice cream
Miss Mary Spencer is at Oklaho-
ma City today.
Order your tailor made suits of
Miss Gladdie Utt left this morn-
ing for Norman, to commence her
studies at the university.
Head the large ad. of Dr. Coe’s
Sanitarium in this issue.
.Miss Cecelia Jones, of El Reno,
visited w ith Mien Gladdie Utt, Sun-
Battle Axe tohaccoo 30c per lb,
Dice 25c per lb, atMulvey Bros.
Miss Maude Ellison left last
week for Edmond, where she w ill
Anyth.ng in the Grocery line at
the Blue Front.
George Sparks and Loyd Weaver
rode their wheels to Oklahoma Citv,
C. II. Hanniim was at Oklahoma
For Carpet Weaving and Dress
Making call at the second house
north of Bank.
^ nkon now- has a bic.cele track.
It is located west of the s bool
building and its smooth surface is
an attraction for all ’oral cvclists.
Come and <xor. our prices and
compare w ith -others. We know
the result—Mulvey Bros.
Mrs. Helen T). Harford lectured
to a large an 1 appreciative audience
at the Baptist church, Sunday even-
ing. Mm. Harford is a fine speak-
er and she makes an eloquent idea
for the cause of the W. O. T. U.
I will remnn'n in Yukon two
weeks longer and am prepared to do
photograph work of the first class.
Call and see me and get my prices,
W. L. Barker was fined five dol-
lars and costs m justice Warnsley’s
court, for obtaining money under
false pretenses. Not being able to
pay the fine he was sent to jail.
Go to Mulvey Bros, for Grocer-
Mr. .and Mrs. II. E. Oakes and
family, and E. L. Oakes left Mon-
day for a months visit in Nebraska.
We have just received a nice line
of Laces and Embroidery.—B. S.
Hoover & Co.
Joe Faris is having his brick
block covered with cement, to with-
stand the action of the weather.
CARSON’S Rules for pounding
plow lays: Queenslmry, 10 and 15c.
My way: 20 and 25e.
S. Carson, Blacksmith.
We carry Pocket and Table Cut-
lery—B. S. Hoover it Go.
L. M. Spencer and daughter,
Miss Claudia, are attending the
—Boy’s two piece suits for $1.00.
A. G. Herndon and wife of Yu-
kon were in the city Sunday visit-
ing Mr. and Mrs E. S. Wykert.—
— Fuller-Lee Disc Drills at A, B.
Chastain it Bro.
Kramers Best high patent Hour
$2.00 per cwt at Mulvev Bros.
Walter Hancock tried to catch
a p«t(‘f) squirrel one morning this
week, and as a result wore his fin-
gers muffled for several days. Ili*
friends are urging him to adopt the
—Just received—Some beautiful
patterns in Fall Dress Goods.
Mrs. S. F. Spencer ami family
moved to Edmond, Mondav.
The Loyal Temperance Legion
will meet at the Baptist church,
Sunday afternoon at 3 o’clock. All
children are invited to In; present
promptly at three; no sooner;-no
later Parents invited.
Mrs.C. VV. Morrison.
—See A. B.Chastain it Bro. if you
want a good buggy, spring-wagon,
farm wagon or-any thing else on
w heels; they can supply you.
Mrs W. I,. Townsley left on
G. A. R. excursion last week for
Indianapolis, Indiana where she
w ill purchase a fine stock of Millin-
ery, preparatory to opening up a
Millinery Store in Yukon. Her
stock will consist of Fall and Win-
ter goods; new and up-to-date in
Spain is suing for peace and Un-
cle Sam has given her his terms,
but Mulvey Bros still go right on
cutting and slashing high prices.
Tailor Made $
We have a large line of Sam-
ples. Give us jour order for
Suits, Pants and Overcoats.
We give you Garments that fit,
wear and look well.at lowest
prices. We carry Hats, Gents
Furnishing Goods and a line of '
Shoes that can’t lie beat.
B. S. HOOVER & Co.
Wear Clover Brand Shoes. We
sell ’em. — B. S. Hoover it Co.
All persons whom we have given
credit for the past three years are
hereby notified that all hills must he
paid up at once. We are not able
to carry the accounts longer than
the necessary time to settle iq .
Don’t wait hut come in and setlie.
All accounts not paid up in full in
30 days will he put in collector’s
Res. L. K. Rhodyback it Co.
'1 he democrats met in convention
last Saturday and nominated the
following township ticket. For
trustee, D. A. Utt, treasurer, Mike
Mulvey. clerk, S. W. Hogan, Jus-
tices, S. M. Wamsley and N. Whit-
lock, constables John Bergen and
Through the kindness of S. W.
Hogan, clerk of the convention, we
were furnished w ith a copy of the
minutes ot the meeting, hut ow-
ing to an unintentional blunder on
our part they Were misplaced and
Buv your tobacco of Mulvey
Bros.; Star and Horse Shoe 45c pel
We have horses ol all descrip-
tions lor Sale or 1’rade. For
further information regarding these
horses see C. (). Bernard or R. M.
Faris, Yukon, (). T.
My I- all stock of Millinery is
coming in daily. Call and see be-
fore buying elsewhere.
Go to the Blue Front grocery for
the celebrated Blue Ribbon flour.
Mrs. Beckwith has just received
a tine line of Foster Paul Kid
Gloves in colors and black, warrant-
ed. A fine line of Gauntlet Gloves
at prices that are right.
Every department of Mulvey
Bros store is kept thoroughly stock-
ed with first class, up-to-date
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Cowling, James. The Yukon Weekly. (Yukon, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 15, 1898, newspaper, September 15, 1898; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc913474/m1/1/: accessed December 2, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.