The Yukon Sun And The Yukon Weekly. (Yukon, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 33, Ed. 1 Friday, August 16, 1901 Page: 3 of 8
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What Capt. Price Says.
El Reno American: Capt .T. C.
Price, who spent several years in
the Wichita Mountainsou explora-
tions as a representative of eastern
publications, states positively that
to place in the cnpitol at Wash-
ington, and that the work will he
pushed forward with all possible
High living, intemperance, ex-
posure and many other things
bring on Bright s disease. Foley's
them are vast quantities of both Kidney Cure will prevent Bright's
gold and §ilvor ore in that region
high enough in grade to.pay for
the working, and in some cases
associated with other minerals
which will render some of the de-
posits of immense value.
1 le showed a specimen of black
ore which was, he says, assayed at
the government mint in St. Louis
and carries gold and silver to the
value of .about $150 a ton. This
was surface rock. What Might be
‘ fqund by digging could ynly he
conjectured. Ho found copper
'.hero of such fine quality that it
was malleable in its native state,
something which is rare in copper
Jfcres. lie says no one can say
’ much about the quantity of copper
there until shafts can he sunk on
the leads. The silver he says is
found with lead in considerable
quantities but he did not discover
anything like the blackjack forma-
tion in. which lead is found in the
Ozark mountains. He found enor-
mous quantities of irOu and says |
that there are'boulders of this ore l,ani(
as large as houses scattered down
the sides of the mountains, having
fallen down . in some instances
several hundred feet.
lii this connection he speaks qf
a subject which is one of great
''interest to surveyors who are now
trying to run lines in that country,
lie.says, that some places in the
i. untains are sc full of magnetic
iron that there is no telling what
direction the nee lie of a compass
will point and surveyors who have
had experience in the country
verify t his statement. The. varia-
tions of the needle aro so great
that men who are not acquainted
with the country are easily led
astray by the caprices of the
m-cdl. . ('apt. i’l ice was c> mmis-
sioner of ()klahoma at the (hnalia
'i ran- Mississipi . Expositi <u in
l 1 S!tS and says that the specimens
from this section attracted more
attention than any other exhibit
of minerals there. . Exp.orts from
all over the world came to the
( >klal(oma booths to examine and
see what the new territory could I . . , ...
•• ,, , ‘ . , vousness, pains in t lie su le, 1 Intui-
tu the way of minerals .. ! , , ,
enoe, dizziness, wakefulness, head-
disease and all other kidney or
bladder disorders if taken in time.
Be sure to take Foley’s. Settle's.
The residents of Sumner county,
Kansas, will hold a wheat jubilee
at Wellington from September 24
to 28. It is claimed that Sumner
county’s wheat crop for the pres-
ent year amounts to 7,500,000
bushels, or more than one pier cent
of the country’s crop.
Brooklyn, Mo., Sept. 14,1!X)0.
13. T. Johnson, Bethany, Mo.
Vour Rod Stiir Ointment entirely
cured my boy of the piles. I look upon
this medicine as simply miraculous. My
doctor told me he would have to be op-
erated upon hut thanks to God for Red
Star Ointment and the cure it effected
on my son. Yours respectfully,
For sale by Howard’s Drug Store.
•The fever of speculation which
is turning the country topsy-turvy
just now will re-act. in a great
in the near future. The
wise ones will prepare for the in-
evitable “rainy day.”
A. H. Davis, Mt. Sterling, La.,
writes: I was troubled with kidney
qomplnint for about two years,
but twujme dollar bottles of Fo-
ley’s Kidney’Cure effected a per-
manent cure. Settle's.
$1.75 per cwt.
The beauty thief has come, to
Unless you drive the pimples
and blackheads away;
Do this; don’t look like a fright;
Take Rooky Mountain Tea to-
night. Settle Pharmacy.
A wise man says, “These four
things never come hack: the- spo-
ken word, the sped arrow, the past
life and the neglected <ipportunity.’
For digestive weakness, ner-
and were astonished at wlmt they
ache and other annoying accom-
paniments of costivness, Herbine
is a wroinpt and unequalled reme-
dy. Price, 50c. Settle Pharmacy.
The words, El Reno, Lawton.
Their Secret is Out.
All Sadieville, Ivy., was curious
to learn the cause of the vast im-
provement in the health of Mrs.
s. I. Whittaker, who lin J for a I tile, constitute about four thirds of
long time, endured untold suffer-1 t!ie English language at the pres-
r°'“ a )fh1roni° bronoliia! 0nt lilu„ Okarehe Times,
troiime. "It s all due to Dr. kings
New Discovery,” writes her* hus-
band. "It completely cured her
'and also cured our lit!le grand-
daughter of a severe attack of
u hooping rough." Jt positively
cures coughs, colds, la grippe,
bronchitis, all throat and lung
troubles. Guaranteed bottles oOc
and 81.00. Trial bottles free at
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Russel Sage celebrated his both
anniversary on Inst Sunday. Mr.
Sage is as strict in his attention to
the details of his vast business as
most young men. He. claims ac-
tive employment to ho an absolute
necessity, working for the pleasure
luv fim s in it He is active in the
directorate of twentv-six different
Piles are not only in, and of
themselves very painful and an-
noying, hut often greatly aggra-
vate and even cause other grave
and painful affections, and should,
therefore not he neglected. Tub-
ler’s Buckeye Pile Ointment is n
great boon to suffers as il will cure
them. Price, 50 cents in bottles.
Tubes 75 cents. Settle Pharmacy.
A WORTHY SUCCESSOR.
"Something New Under
All Doctors have tried to euro atarrh by the
use of powders, acid erases, inhalers and drills
in paste forir. Their powders dry up the mu*
cuous membranes causing them to crack open
and bleed. The powerful acids used in the in-
halers have entirely eaten away the same mem-
branes that thier makers have aimed to cun*,
while pastes and ointments cannot reach the
disease. An old and experienced practitioner
who has for many years made a close study and
specialty of the treatment of Catarrh, 1ms at
last perfected a Treatment which when faith-
fully used, not only relieves at once, but perma-
nently cure* C thru, by ° removing the cause,
stopping the discharges and curing all inflam-
mation. It is the only remedy known to science
that actually reaches the afflicted parts. This
wonderful ivmedy is known as “Sni ffles the
Gi AKASTKKP Catarrh Ci hi;" and #i- sold at
the extremely low price of one dollar, each
package containing enough internal and exter-
nal medicine sufficient for a full month's treat-
ment and everything necessary to its perfect
“Sn ue flick’’ is the only perfect Catarrh Cure
ever made and is now recognized as the only
safe and positive cure for that annoying and
disgusting dise.-se. It cures all inflammation
quickly and permanently and is also wonder-
fully quick* to relieve 11 \ Fi:\ KB or Culp in the
Catarrh when neglected often lends to con-
sumption—'“Sni ffles" will save you if you if
you use it at once. It is no ordinary remedy,
hut a complete treatin nt which is positively
guaranteed to cure Catarrh in nay form or stage
if used according to the directions which ac-
company each package. Don’t delay hut send
for it at once and write full particular- as to
your condition, and you will receive special
advice from the discoverer of this wonderful
r rnedy regarding your cu*-■ without cost to you
I. yond the regular pric. of “SnCfi'lls, the
Guaranteed Catarrh cure.”
Sent prepaid to any address iy the United
States or ('anndn on n ceipt of On * Dollar. Ad-
dress Dept, i: TIM., EDWIN B. GILES A. COM-
PAN V. ISilii) and &W2 Market street Philndeldhin.
A Disappointed 11(1 i tor.
Owing tu the inability of the
tlrh wing commissioners to get hold
of the right envelope in duo sea-
son the editor of the Herald will
confine his agricultural efforts in
the futuredo advising his wife of
the advantages of gardening as an
outdoor exerjdsc for ladies, and an
occasional address to the local ag-
ricultural society on the propriety
of offering an editor the water-
melVins they can’t sell. Shawnee
November 6th, 1899.
Pepsin Syrup Co.
Dear Sirs: I had it my duty to write to you
anti lot you know how much good your medi-
cine has dune for me. Twenty years ago l wag
tajeen with some kind of stomach trouble and I
tried everything I heard of. Tlmy did mo but
lit 11* vrond Three \ .•;()•:• ago neilruIgin set in
on me and I got so poor and weak that I could
hardly walk - c<fu!dn’t work any. My husband
received a book through the mail, advertising
your medicine, and he sent our little hoy fro tin
drug store to got one of your ten-cent bottles. 1
b(.igan to ust» it. It is strange to say. but it’s
the truth, the second dose I took gave me le*ts
of relief. I kept on Using it until J used it
iioyrly on(i year and no a- I am nearly as strong
ns I used to b ••and can do any kind of work. |
recommend it to all. tor it s • ins to me it would
Caldwell's Syrup* Pepsin and they all ,-hiy it has
done them so much good. God hless Dr Cald-
well and his medicine for doing me so much
good. Yours with respect,
Mrs. I si i hell Whet ler.
Sold by Settle Pharmacy.
i Farm Loans !
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In any amount and for
i Any Length of Time. j
: Low rate of interest, payable annually. •
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Partial payment privileges
; Call and sec us upstairs in the Bass Building.
1 FARMER & FARMER,
* i* 4* ‘t* *|* 4* *(* T*t**t* T »(* *(* »|* *»* q, »»* q< *,« y>,« .j.
Memphis, & East
Absolutely the Quickest and Best
HOT GPRSM3S, ARKANSAS.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers and free
declining Chair Cars.
C. It. IIART, Gen’l West Agt. A. 1* KIDWKLL, T. P. Agt,
. Oklahoma Citt, O. T.
cmo. II. LEK, Gen’l P. &T A f J. F. Iloi.DliN, Truffle Mgr.
Little Hock, Aaiy
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Bring your prescriptions 't. iVSOSAS Lit) SOlltIlDTll l^flilWclV,
Howard's. We have had many J
Does It Pay to Buy Cheap.
A cheap remedy for coughs arid
colds is all right, but you want
something that will relieve and
cure the more severe and danger-
ous results of throat and lung
troubles. What shall you do? Go
to a warmer and more regular cli-
mate? \ cs, if possible; if not
possible for you, then in either
case take the only remedy that
has been introduced in all civilized
countries with success in severe
throat arid lung troubles, “Bos-
chee's German Syrup.” It not
only heals and stimulates the tis-
sues to destroy the germ disease,
but allays inflammation, causes j
easy 'expectoration, gives a good
night’s rest and cures the patient.
Try one bottle. Recommended |
many years by all druggists in the
world. Get Green s Prize Almanac.
Howard s Drug Store.
Notice is hereby given that a
call is issued for treasury warrants
Nos. 3311, 348, 354, 356, 357, 359,
.>(>(), 3bL 362, 361, 36o and 566 on
school district No. 27, Canadian
county, Oklahoma Territory, and
that interest on said warrants will
/ have just fi nished
burning / f 0,000 fine
building brief:, which
are now for sale at
my yard west of town.
A, S, WILUA
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It is announced that Helen
Moiirs. a student *>t* .'uu-iistus .... , , ,
Gamlens, lms been selected as the 8t.°P from date of Pub,1‘ca,1'Jn here’ I
artist who is to make the white;" ' >\. W . \\ eiii.k,
marble statue of Prances E. Wil- » ^rea8
lard which the st.do of Illinois isj Take the Si n, all the news.
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iU.ZO.TX'i:,,1*231.5 . JB3SGte|
S MADE ONLY BY ||
S Bradley and
FOR SALE BY
“Straight as the Crow flies”
Kansas City and the Gulf.
In connection with 1 lie Pin ctaw. Oklahoma iV Gulf railroad at
Howe, I T., offers the best service between
Oklahoma City, El Reno, Weatherford, Neosho, Mo., Joplin,
Mo., Pittsburg, Kans. and Kansas City,
and via its direct connections at Kansas City forms tin I><■ -1 route to
Omaha, St. Paul, ninneapolis, Chicago
all points East ! i i ■ 1
J. H. MORRIS, T. P. A., S. (i. WARNER, (i. P. & I. A.,
Kansas City, Mo. Kansas, City, Mo.
COMMERCIAL l’RIN'I'IXG,' \
£ BOOKLETS, SALK HILLS, LTL. S
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V XLATLAr I)OXH £
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S AT THE SEN OFFICE. >
SETTLE PHAR. 1ACY. j
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Maxwell, William Albert. The Yukon Sun And The Yukon Weekly. (Yukon, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 33, Ed. 1 Friday, August 16, 1901, newspaper, August 16, 1901; Yukon, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc912135/m1/3/: accessed October 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.