The Yukon Weekly. (Yukon, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 7, 1898 Page: 1 of 8
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The Yukon Weekly.
Volume 6, No. 21.
Yukon, Oklahoma, Thursday, July 7, 1898.
$1.00 per Year,
7-ft. Osborne 1S98 Binders,
bargains if taken at once.
I have a nice new stock of
Implements, wagons, bug-
gies, pumps, tanks, &e.
I liaddle a splendid grade
of goods, and when you
need anything in my line
let me show you my goods
and give you my prices.
13. B. ELLISON.
Not in Quality, but in price.
We are putting in a large
stock of the celebrated Sher-
win-Williams Paint, and will
sell all the house paint we
now have in stock at cost.
This is your opportunity 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.
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Cascarets Oandv Cathartic, the most won-
derful medical discovery of tlic age, p eas-
ant and refreshing to the tus:ad. gently
and positively on kidneys, liver and bowels,
cleansing the entire system, dispel^ colds,
cure headache, lever, habitual constipation
and biliousness. Please buy and try a box
of C. C. C. to-day; 10, 25, 50 cents, bold and
yvaran teed to cure by all druggists.
$i gets the Weekly one year.
J. L. Berkey is at Geiula Springs,
Kan, for a few days.
J. K. Shields was at So, Me Alos-
—Mulvey Bros, treat y'bu today
with reference to your coming to-
Numbers of our citizens celebrat-
ed the -Itli at HI Reno, Shawnee
and other points.
A. M. Bald) resumed his allegi-
ance to the Weekly, Tuesday, hv
a Cash renewal.
—Soda fountain—Mrs. Townsley’s
The democrats of this township
met in convention here last Satur-
day, with II. II. Beeper, Chairman
and Chas Edwards, See. The fol-
lowing delegates were elected to
attend the Democratic county con-
vention to he held at El Keno, July
9th, John Bcrgett, Win. Hancock,
Eph. Cliitty and II. II. Beeper.
Are you lacking in strength and en-
ergy- Are you nervous, despondent,
irritiablc, billious, constipated and
enefally r'urt down in health. If so,
yodr liver is torpid, and a few doses of
llerbiue will cure you. Herbine has
no equal us a health restorer.—Hoop-
er & Son.
Jerry Shields drove to Oklahoma
SILVER THE ISSUE IN 1900.
Money the Pricing Instrument.
Civilization and Progress Have Kept
Step Willi Money Supply in All Ages.
The Money Question discussed in the
light of experience and history.
•villi rela- City, Wednesday.
Olis Smith is visitin«r
lives at Horton. Kansas. .Married: On Jnly 4 at the home
See ( . M. Edwards lor best, coal , o 1 Mr. Snyder, Mr. Harry Tankcrs-
ami lull weights County weigher, ley and .Miss Bona l iner. May
Mr. Brett's- me arm, which w as all the young people celebrate the
considerably bruised hv a slight | glorious Fourth in the same prop-
accident at the mill several days
since, is improving rapidly.
Mrs. Messiek, who has been
with her daughter, Mrs. .1. INI. Far-
is, fora lew weeks, returned Satnr-
da\ to her home in Kansas l it v,
—See,. A. B.Chastain & Bro. if you
want a good buggy, spring-wagon,
farm wagon or any thing else on
wheels; they can supply you.
Married, at Oklahoma City. \\ ed
nesday of last week, Frank Brook
ing and Miss Ida Fleck.
cr and pat riot ic manner.
J. T. I Ien imicKstis,
Klmer Bool has gone to Geary, to
accept a position with the Gcarv
Grain it Coal Co.
John Bcrgett .ost a line driving
lmrsc, rhursday. The animal fed
| dead w hile being driven to a buggy.
Tlie Home Forum Benefit Order
will given picnic at Mitthcwson
the 28th of this month.
^^^rlhur Russel, after a shot-
| illness, died, Thursday, Julv 7tii.
Tlie Leading Bimetallic Paper of America.
U. S. Senator W. M. STEWART, Editor.
A correct account of the. doings of
Congress given each week.
A family paper for the home and fire-
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dle 8l Shoe
Iland-made harness, halters,
bridles, and all sorts of strap
work. Saddles, collars, pads
Mrs. II. llannum was at Ok-
lahoma City, Wednesday.
‘•Katy ’ Ott who has been em-
ployed in Arnett's store for some
time past, leaves Saturday night
for a two mouths vacation with his
parents in Yukon.—-Plain People..
A young Indian passed through 1
toivu Friday night, on his way to
Darlington, having walked the cu- j
tire distance from Lawrence, Kan.,
where he has been attending school.
1). 11. Smith was horn in Ohio,
in 1831. lie enlisted in the army
in 1801, and served until ’05. lie
w as a member of the Baptist church
for 40 years. He was a faithful
Sunday school worker and a good
citizen. lie dieo, July 2nd, 1898,
ami was buried in the Frisco cein-
eterv. Funeral sermon was pre..di-
ed at his home, July 3rd by Rev.
J. T. Hendrickson.
A HAPPY PROSPEROUS YEAR
to all my patrons. To every one
w ho exchanges 20 bushels of wheat
forjlour at my mill 1 will give a
ticket that entitles holder to a good
<H.itnary next issue.
Married: On Sunday afternoon
at the home of 'V. \V. Pickering,
July 3rd, \\ illiuui \\ . Capps and
Miss Sarah L. Pickering. Refresh-
ments were served, and every one
enjoyed themselves. Long and
happy lives may they live,
J. T. I I EMIKh KSO\.
Hunt’s Lightning oil
Cures Catarrh, Neunlgia. Sprains,
crump Colie. Diarrhoea, cuts. Headache
Rheumatism. Good for man and boast.
Failing, mondy refund) d.— Hoopur ,v
MONEY K) LOAN.
Money to loan on any good see nr
It)'. Kates reasonable.
Hank or Yukon.
A cough is an easy thing to cure if
taken in time. H is dangerous to ni g.
lectono for any length of. time. I)r-
Rinimons'Cough Syrup is guaranteed.
Fifty cents a bottle. Hooper & son.
If your child has thin pale cheeks,
uncertain appetite and unrestful sleep,
ithas worms, and curing with strong
medicines only makes conditions worse
by irritating its delicate stomach, and
White’s Cream vermifuge ismildbut
certain in effect, and is a superior ton-
ic as well as a positive worm destroyer
—Hooper & Son.
leataer, whang-, harness oil.
All repairing- done by expe-
A good assortment of shoes
at half price.
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and indirectly for many other diseas-
es. Purify the lilood at once with Dr.
Simmons’ Sarsaparilla. Fifty cents
and 30 doses.—Hooner & Son.
A Sure Tiling for You.
A transaction inwhichyoucannotloseisa
sure tiling'. Biliousness, sick headache, fur-
red tongue, fever, piles and a thousand oilier
ilis are caused by constipation and sluggish
liver. Cascarets Candy Cathartic, tlie won-
derful new liver stimulant and inteslina!
tonic are by all druggists guaranteed to cure
or money refunded. C. JU. C. are a sure
thing. Try a box to-day; 10c., 250, 60c.
Sample and booklet free. See our big ad.
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Cowling, James. The Yukon Weekly. (Yukon, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 7, 1898, newspaper, July 7, 1898; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc913668/m1/1/: accessed December 12, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.