The Yukon Weekly. (Yukon, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 41, Ed. 1 Friday, October 13, 1899 Page: 3 of 10
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The uncertainty of sure thing’s causes
l a lot of worry.
Ask l or The Best Reading.
Liberal religious literature
Look atyourtonguij! Ifit’scoated,
your stomach is bad, your liver out of
order. Ayer’s Pills will clean your
tongue, curs your tfvspepsia, make
your liver right. flasv to take, easy
to operate. 25c. Ail druggists.
• Want your n .ihikIio or b.-.irl a beautiful
browii or vloli l.l.ioV •/ Thou tts8 ,
BUCKINGHAM’S DYE Mi*
SO CT,. - r.. p S. H.
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 & $3.50 SHOES ““'on
Worth $4 to $6 compared with
\ Indorsed by over
* i, 1100,000 wearers.
i) ALL LEATHERS. ALL STYLES
l) Till: I.1M INK |iaM* Yf. 1. Dnupliu’
tiniuc ant] price b(am|ipil on bouoiu.
Take no substitute claimed
Ji, f \ to 1 «ft' ,: oil. Largest makers
Jmyj?r. ' f \ ~ *11 the
1 • • » :or - ?:■ , : i; * 1* p
th* tn IT n• ■ *. we tvi!l .- -iid you
w..// ■ ... n pair mi receipt of price, state
kind of leather, size an l width, plain or cap toe.
Catalogue A Free.
W. L. DOUGLAS SHOE CO.. Broektnn. Mass*.
j FREE on application to Mrs. II. D.
Reed, 133 N. 3>th ave., Omaha, Neb. i
j The majority of the waiters in res-
i taurants are guests.
Fra<l Hip Advertisements.
^ ou will enjoy t his publication much i
, Fetter if you will get in tlie habit oi
i reading the advertisements; they will
afford a most interesting study and
some excellent bargains. Our adver-
ttsets are reliable and tend what they
i advertise. ‘ ,
In addition to 4,000 freight cnr3 the '
Baltimore and Ohio South Western
railroad has purchased two new pos- 1
tal cars,_ 60 feet in length, four 65
foot baggage cars, tive 60 foot combi-
nation baggage and coaches, three 60
foot first class coaches with wide ves- j
tibules and modern in every respect,
and two combination parlor, dining!
and observation curs each 67 feet in f
17' VERY woman suffering from any female trouble can bo
r J helped by Mrs. Pinkham. This statement based on
s an 1 an unrivalled record. Multitude#
°/ America s v n to-day bl ss Mrs. Pinkham for competent
and common-sense advice. Write to her if you are ill. Her
address is Lynn, Mass. Absolutely no
charge is made for advice. “I suffered
seven years and would surely have died
but for your help,” writes Mrs. Geo.
Bainbridgi:, Morea, Pa., to Mrs. Pinkham.
“ It is with pleasure I now write to inform
you that i t.n now a healthy \yoman, thanjes
to your kind advice and wonderful medi-
cine. I can never praise it enough. I was
a constant sufferer from womb trouble, and
hud a continual pain in abdomen. Sometimes 1
or four week's at a
fV, . ./
could not walk across the floor for three ... ____________
time. Since using your medicine, I now have no more bear-
The Best Prescription rnr Chills
and Fever is a bottle of Grove's Tasteless
Chill Tonic. It is stmpiy iron ami quinine
hi a tasteless form. No cure—nopay. i’rice, aUe.
j The stereopticon
changing Ins views.
man is always
jjA Vou deny yourself pleasure and
_comfort if you don’t use it.
Thompson’s Eyo ratei
W. N. U.—WICHITA—NO. 41 —1S99
U’kea Answering Advertisements Kindly
Mention This Taper.
There is more Catarrh m this section or the 1
Country than all other di.sea-. s put inaetli *r,
j and until the last few y a:s v.as : upposed to be
i incurable. Fora great n:an; years dot tors pro-
nounced it a local disease, and tin scribed local
remedies, und by entistai.tly fa lint to cure
jvith local tr-atnient, pro . :i.it incurnblr. '
= • to be a ...........
1. 0 ill (1 i o ■ : I . . a • I :
tuiional treatment. o Ilall s Catarrh Cure man-
ufactured by F. .1. Cheney & t’u., Toledo. Ohio
is the only constitutional euro on the market!
It is taken internally in doses from JO drops to
a teaspoonful. it acts directly unon the blood
and mucou < surfaces of t bi ■ y tem. They offer
ouo himdied .h. ; .... it fa; . to euro.
Send for eiruiht rs and tc• timonlals. Address
I _ E. .!. i d i i 'JEY & CO., Toll d), Ohio.
Sold 11 v 11 - -,
li.til's ih.ia'i . d. s a r.' the 1 t.
Courage is the thing that makes peo-
1 pie forget thay a-e afraid.
ing-down pains, or tired
feelings, and am well and
hearty. I shall recommend
Lvdia E. Pinkhatn’s Vege-
table Compound to all my
suffering friends as the
greatest -einedy for all
Mrs. Susie J. Weaver,
1821 Callowhill St., l*ftila-
delphia, Pa., writes:
“Dear Mrs. Pinkham—1
had inflammation of tho
womb and painful men-
struation, and by your
advice I began taking
Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vege-
table Compound. Have
taken four bottles and used
one package of ' Sanative
Wash and feel like a new
woman. I thank you so
much for what your niedi
cine has done for me.”
Mrs. M. Baumann, 771 W. 21st St.
Chicago. 111., writes: “After two -- t^--——
months’ trial of Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound I can
not say en ugh in praise fbr it. [ was a very sick woman
will! won::) trouble when I began its use, but now I am well.”
1 ri is
FOR THE FM1H Y.
“I take iilea^utc In iTrritrjlTjK
I and my whole 1‘1 > • , y • p > i ,. n-f
1 R p
2 MaZ isi y
I and my whole!' j>• iv if
from tho first
certainly reciunmi iica 'A!"- • r< f.
the cures the;, m. . . ' ; , - j.
tho cures the;. ;n '
^ ill find a, place In «
. r without
'S. My fMihiion arc
he a l ft)vo t her.
1 ■- ' i . .. .
*1 Ley . iotlD ;n el "i-
1 havo over ^. ifd. V I,
! ill v 1 v h
-...3. John i lighl
1 <vy (or more,
ia.a Lity, Ind.
-........- place 111 C Vo;- I ;; _____
Palm Grove Arc., ilcKtospoi t, Ta.
1 cle 1 ’. .’it. ii
vo t ho moh
1 liavo ever l ri< u
pennant :r, ; !
*‘I siifTurrd the tortrire* of
the dam prot
which I v/as afUiuud : its ,-y
years. I ranac: ■ • . v .ur AS1 'Alii/i'd
In the town of wni!, J and never
found anythin:/ to c m. ! n , To-
day I am entirely 1 . co : . m •, and
feoiliko anew man.” c. II. Km .
till June s St.,SiuuxiJit: , la.
“Roth my wife myielf l
ha-., bi en Ing 1 \RETS, ana I
they aro tho m i ■ have f
ever had in the le u i. ■ k my *
wifo wua frantic A h . .-no f .'r 1
Mini . y
rllMWl and BEAUTY.
“1 have gone 14 ilnya at a ttrn*
wlthr-nt movfuii nt of
bowel*. Chronic const Ip atlJL
A '■ . ■
: ■ ;■
Rov» a years placed mu in t_________
condit.'/ m; j did evorythinff 1 hear
hut li' vi r foilnil a.iv relief until I
1 it » w .; \ v •*
l. I wns ... h I woo d giro llO&.b"} for
each movement; it, is such \ rollar."
Avi.'jftn L >fu>t
Ituhscli fit., Detroit. AUch.
• > ant do without them. /
1 • > *' «['ii f< r tlrna for in-
-■ ''i' cut., ci m thoi'amilT.”
T- a. ilAKi, Al.idii/, N. Y.
•y i. H«coniMien l thorn,
i,ne. ( on o tr:• il, you will
i the turn
e both recommend CarraretB
CXUS. STi:i>EF( HD,
Pittsburgh Sai’» Cc Deporlt To.
r-.vi •' tvrrm «
1 ah •• < ;• th-* ht;»D8 ^ f tar
I •' - I
u :.i:. it.i * “Mim ii my oadhealth for
\ ‘ o I am ttllltak
1 onl i oath a a
worthy oi n -Mco I.y Httihib!o pooDle.’*
GEu.’V. Itov. i.ta, iifcird, Miao.
I FOR DYSPEPSIA.
f "For di year* I «
forbmbbeath. ^ iOver 3,060,000 Ocics of Sassaiafs Said Last Year!
KmSStSSS J Unerring is the i“tancnt of tlie people, and the people like Ciscarets. The sale this year
f, ■ ^,000,000 boxes. Nothing succeeds like success and Cascarets are successful
g. For kIx yuirr. I wai a a
run oi ily NpvpRin in its worst form.
J o uM /.'.it ii- filing hut milk tjaat,
ai- . at 1111ii y my btonmch would nol
r-' tin and di(r>'M even that. Last
1 11 hcgati inking CAfiCAflETS
find unci' iiK.ii J have itoadllj iio-
P* 11 unjdl 1 am an well a* [ «Ftr
Davii. il Mt’RniT, Newark, O.
with sick stoni'n-h ami our !•:
▼trs bad. Afu
of t?ascaroty v.o have improve
. V 1 in. » III!
-----illy. They nro a tr
1187 HittenhousoSt., cinu
FOR LAZY LIVER.
“I have been t t-oubled a great
oc.ii wjth n loipld liver, whic-n pro-
....... -'d you claim for them.
rid secured f>uch relief the flrat trial
purcl.ased another supply acd
cd. I shall i
that 1 tj
lad to r
bo too yi
I sh .
tho opportunity Is
J A. Hmitfi,
J. A HMITH,
8090 Susquehanna Are.,
FOR SAD BUMD.
FOR PIMPLES. ? their m”!t> me tS plains thefr trente!,d(!!,s°lale; 1&X'lt'Vea- 1 h°‘r tremend»us sale
‘‘My w!fehud nimpir*on her t St'Ctuui, Cascarets are the pioneer people’s price preparation—ten cents a box milmn™i,.,nv *
l ; S' :ln n Thir? CaLarete brine8 Stanyh85Cl i'’Uk' °£ PiUS ln th® world- ’ ' ‘‘ ‘ ‘ J ».VjMfSfjWrA?S tfw'SSlSfal
^kYigTh^nr'sTK^cri 'tl'lA01,,?! ♦ . ' ’ Cascarets bring results-healthy, natural action of liver and bowels-never fail The I !»‘“‘® °«en «t.h.,t for .
nu trouble with this aiimcnfl Iv! i manufacturers guarantee a cure or refund purchase money. 1
" j u . ,F‘,np«,» CascareTts are Euccessful b«cause they deserve it. If your druggist don’t sell 'Cascarets
. he s behind the age. In that case order direct from us by mail post free. Ad.lress Sterling Hemedy
j CoijPANY, Chicago or Lew York •
oublo with the. .illmc
t epoak too highly <.f .......
#708 Gei.nar.town Ave,.
• I “.’I wisne 1 f -r a
ini dit inr pjr * 5;tnt to take, and nt
la t h.av« f nind it in CASCAHETd.
Hm, M ’ ’king tn*m my blood hr.s
puniD il and mf comploilon ha
| n,v,*d wonderfully, and I foel i
•••••» »-a-» a a a
!Tliis is the tablet, always stamped <£OCC,r/0^**
(Don’t take a substitute ! Get what you ask for!
*'**** » ................. im
Mk*.: tfALLlE F. SKI I.RRfl,
• *-• ♦ • • • ♦ «
'^BvS^licn dealers try to substitute, they want to ;
make more money out of you. Don’t let them ! I
> « , , ■ . - ♦
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Smith, I. E. The Yukon Weekly. (Yukon, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 41, Ed. 1 Friday, October 13, 1899, newspaper, October 13, 1899; Yukon, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc911866/m1/3/: accessed October 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.