Yukon Weekly. (Yukon, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 5, 1898 Page: 3 of 8
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A Good Blood Purifier a N ;es«
Hood’s Sarsaparilla Unequalled for
Making Rich, Red Blood.
The necessity for taking n Rood Spring
Medicine to purify the blood and build up
the system is based upon natural and un-
avoidable causes. In cold weather tliera
has been less perspiration and impurities
have not passed out of ti e system as they
should. Food has consisted largely ol
rich, fatty substances, and there has been
less opportunity for outdoor exercise.
The result is, the blood is loaded w ith im-
purities and tiiese must be promptly ex-
pelled or healtli will be endangered,
Hood’s Sarsaparilla is the best Spring
Medicine because it is the best blood
purifier and tonic. It thoroughly purifies
the blood and gives vigor and vitality.
Is America’s Greatest Medicine. $1; six for $3.
Hn.-id’c Dilic are the favorite catbar-
I HJ'UU is ! Illis pc_ All druggists, flic
e delight to <lo an early friend i
HrvKt guou turn. Ulie wurkmg (salts of ^
A N Y AERMOTOR
FOR A ROLLER
** BEAFt'IN G. zerhyr.run.
ning, evex*goiug, everlaatiat, power- |
doublinj, UP-TO-DATE *98
| WOTOR,8 FT. FOR 56; i <t forfi2; 16 ft. [
I fur f lu. They run like a 1 -u-ycIt?, and are madelilea I
I watch, every movable) par*, on rollers. Doubles geared I
I mill power. Tho Aerinotor ran vlien all other mills I
I stood still, ami made the steel windmill business. I
THE NEW BEATS THE OLD AS THE I
OLD BEAT IE WOODEN WHEEL. I
| On receipt f amount, revised motor (but not wlieei!
ne) will he sent to replace old one tl
rned. Offer subject to cancellation nfc i.__,_____
k M yur old wheel is not an Acrrnotor, write for ,
jLterms of awap—new f or old .«
frj'ou can put it on. Ac* r motor L'o„ fhleepo^
, IS JU3T AS COOD FOR ADULTS.
WARRANTED. PRICE 60 cts
..... Gai.atta. Ills., Nov. 16,18S
Fart« Medicine Co., St. I.oul-, Mo
Gentlemen:—We Bold lust year. ROD bottle*
GROVE’S TASTELESS CHILI. TONIC and h«e
bought three gross already tills year. In all our e
perieuee of 14 years. In the drug business, ha.
never sold an article that gave mh’Ii universal sail
faction as your tonic. Yours truly,
Amrir, Carr A C
SEND m I B9GYCLE
Ilifrh Grudo »98 Modelm *14 to $ H>.
CREAT CLEARING SALE of S7 and 'W
models, best makes, 75 to $18. Sent on
approval without a cent payment. Free one
of wheel to our agents. Write for our new
\ nlnii “How to E.urn n nieyele” and moke
^ money. SPECIAL Tills W KEK-40hl>h
shopworn ], 910.78
i money. SPECIAL THIS VV KEN fOliisr
ilprrado ’97 models (Hliurhtly shopwoml.flO.il
each. “\Vi’nderlii«ri» A wheel,** a souvenir
book of art, FREE fur stump while they lasL
IS. MEAD CYCLE CO., CHICAGO. •
PENSIONS, PATENTS, CLAIMS.
"JOHN W MORRIS, WASHINGTON, D. C.
Late Principal Examiner u. fl. Pension ltareaa.
Syrs.in last war,lu adjudicatingcl(Uma,u.Ltj aince.
OUR BUDGET OK FUN.
SOME GOOD JOKES. ORIGINAL
The Railrnnd Variety of Tlea—Progres-
sive Farming llofor.. and After—The
Beginning and the End—A t’limiting
Argun,int. Et»'., Etc.
When baby first starts In to cry.
We know by that same token
That baby’s lungs are quite Intact,
Howe'er his heart is broken.
For then the baby's voice was raised
As If he couldn't stop it;
But pretty soon there comes a lull
In which he'd all but drop It.
That rouses him 1o roar again
With energies redoubled,
Altho' he's quite forgot the grief
By which his heart wafe troubled. I
Monotonous, e'en to himself,
The baby’s bawls are growing;
But, having started in to cry,
He's bound to keep it going.
She Clinched It.
They Rad looked soulfully into each
other's eyes for some time, hut some-
how he didn’t seem to come to the
point. Then suddenly he made a dis-
“You hare your mother’s beautiful
eyes, dear.” he said.
She felt that the time had come to
play her trump card. “I have also,”
she said, “my father’s lovely check-
book.” Within thirty minutes their
engagement was announced.—Pick-Me-
Before an<l After.
Bagiey—I say, Bailey, how about that
Bailey—Oh, you wouldn’t strike a
man for money just before his vaca-
tion, would you?
(Three weeks later.)
Bagiey—Well, Bailey, have you got
Bailey—Oh, I say, Bagiey, just after
“Yes,” said the young woman, '"I
think I shall marry Herbert.”-
“Well,” replied iMss Cayenne, “you
at least have some assurance that he
won’t be one of these husbands ivlio
are difficult to please.”
“How do you know that?”
“‘He is so well satisfied with him-
Tli« IteginniitK and tin? End.
Judge—Did you see the beginning of
Witness—I did, your honor; it oc-
curred five years ago.
Judge—Why, how was that?
Witness—It began when the minister
pronounced them man and wife.—Chi-
Ike Stubbles—Hi, what was yer ob-
Jlek in buyin’ that 'er patch o’ sterile
land down to Stony Corners?
Hiram Oatbin—One of my schemes,
Ike. I’m goin’ to pastur’ the cows on
that ’er land an’ give them city folks
that new-fangled sterilized milk right
from the cow.—Up-to-Date,
Where th« Danger Lay.
Second (to duelist, who, on confront-
ing his adversary, has suddenly grown
pale, and is only just prevented from
falling)—“Take courage, man. I knou
your opponent is going to fire in the
Duelist—“That’s just wliat makes
me afraid. He’s such a notoriously
The Court—Has the defendant been
notified of these proceedings?
Applicant for Divorce—I have pub-
lished the notice in a newspaper of
The Court—Well, I must he sure that
she is notified. Send her a copy of the
newspaper with the notice cut out.—
“I have been making quite a study of
naval warfare," said the deliberate cit-
izen, “and I find the subject very inter-
esting. Now, what do you think is
the best way to equip battleships?”
And without hesitation the laconic
"In a hurry.”—Washington Star.
The Railroad Variety.
Hamm—Pardon me, Junius, for rude- J
ly breaking in upon your meditations.
Were you thinking of the ties that j
once bound you to a happy home?
Fatt—No; I was thinking of the ties '
that now separate me from home.—Up- j
The emotional litterateur has just J
written a piece of which he was very
proud. The editor looked it over and
“Do you candidly think such opinions
ought to go into cold type?”
“I don’t know much about the prac- I
tical work of printing,” was the reply, j
“but I don’t believe it makes any dif-
ference. Even if the type is cold I |
guess that article will take the chill off j
“What do you think of the bill 1 j
have prepared to introduce?” inquired
one member of the legislature.
“It is a sheer waste of time,” replied
the other. “It isn’t practical enough I
to become a law, nor foolish enough to
get your name into the newspapers.”—•
Why He Gave It Up.
Tramp (in the country)—Yes, I once
rode er wheel, but I had to give it up.
Tramp—Well, yer see, the owner wuz
cornin’ down the road behind me .and
the policeman had a rope stretched
across in front.—Tit-Bits.
“Why does Mrs. Murray Hill so cor-
dially hate Boston?”
“She went there in the interest of
the Society of Colonial Dames and was j
snubbed by the Daughters of the Pelo- ]
ponnesian War.’’- Truth.
Tourist—“How far away is the near- j
Native—“Well, six miles to the norfh
you’ll find Fitzsimmonsville, and five
miles to the west you’ll come to Solar- j
The London Letter.
“Did yon read Whiffle’s London let-
ter to the Gazette this morning?”
“No; it, was too long; over two col-
umns. What did he say?"
“He said thwre was no news."—Tit- i
No obstacle in your path is as big
as you think it is.
A man with new clothes hasn’t al-
ways new suspenders.
The middle isle of a church is often
useil as a bridal path.
Smoke Sledge Cigarettes, 20 for Sets.
Prussia is to have a state commercial
It is stated that seals are branded by
A China cotton mill lias two thou-
England has over six hundred thou-
sand coal miners.
North Carolina has over one hun-
If the assessor could find moneys and
credits as easily as lie can find acres, it
would do much to equalize the taxes.
Nothing pleases a man more than to
feel in his vest pocket and find a good
cigar he didn’t know lie had.
No women ever have such perfect
confidence in her husband that she
never tries to catch Him in a trap.
13otli the method and remits when
•Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys-
tem effectually, dispels colds, head-
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho
only remedy of its kind ever pro-
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac-
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared onlv from the most
healthy r aces, its
many ex. client qualities commend it
to all r d have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50
cent bottles by all leading drug-
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may rot have it on hand will pro-
cure it promptly for any one who
wishc s to try it. Do not accept any
CAL!rDRN!A FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
iouisjille, xr. NEW rOR.K, tt.Y.
A better Seale for
less money than 1ms
t‘\ er been offered.
Jones of Binghamton,
Binghamton, JN. V.
WILL KEEP YOU DRY.
Don’t be fouled with a mac kintosh
>r rubber coat. If you want a coat
E that will UcM’p yoa dry in thehard-
* lest storm buy vhe Fish Brand
,-tf Slirk»'f. If not/or sale in your
'dsyujp'f town, write f<»r catalogue to
J. TOWER. B >ston, Mass.
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Cowling, James. Yukon Weekly. (Yukon, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 5, 1898, newspaper, May 5, 1898; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc911238/m1/3/: accessed October 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.