The Yukon Sun And The Yukon Weekly. (Yukon, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, September 13, 1901 Page: 3 of 8
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Served Him High!.
The dead body of a man was
found near Thomas, Custer county,
last week with a placard pinned on
it that he wasa horse thief who had
been overtaken by the owners of the
stolen animal, lie was rifling, and
shot. He had a large bullet hole
entirely through his body. He
was a man about 40 years old.
black hair and mustache, dresser
in blue and had §4 in his pockets.
• licit ii iiion t Oil story.
Beaumont oil boomers may talk
about gushers driving away the
derrick hands hut when they have
an entire crew drowned and one
man blown over a seventy foot
derrick by the force of the oil flow
it is getting too oily to stick.
Ponca City Courier. •
Brooklyn, Mo., Sept. 14,1900.
I>. T. Johnson, Bethany, Mo.
4 our Bed Star Ointment entirely
cured my boy of the piles. 1 look ypon
this medicine as simply miraculous. My
<loctor told me he would have to lie op-
erated upon but thanks to God for Red
Star Ointment and the cure it effected
on my son. Yours respectfully,
Cor sale by Howard’s Drug Store.
VYliut Is it?
A Kansas girl married an Arizo-
na mine owner and her wedding
dress was made of banana fiber.
Their bridal tour was to be Cleve-
land, Ohio. Now, girls in this
country would rather marry an
Oklahoma farmer, dress in»silk
and take a trip around the world.
Will some informing cuss [dense
say what banana fiber is?—Com-
Vet it is possible that’the strike
of the Coopers’ union in Kansas
City might have been stayed oif.
European diamond cutters have
gone on a strike, and the potato
peelers may cease work through
Now approach the melancholy
flays when, the man who in-vested
S-o in a Panama hat wonders what
"I had a running sore on my leg
for several years,” writes Mrs.
•Tames Forest of Chippewa Falls,
Vt is., “and spent hundreds of
dollars in trying to get it healed.
Two boxes of Banner Salve en-
tirely cured it.” Beware of sub-
stitutes. Settle Pharmacy.
'I lie girl on (he long distance
telephone switchboard tolls the
bell a hundred times to where the
sexton tolls it once.
A Chicago philosopher has no-
ticed that when a man is reticent
about his ancestry it is either be-
cause he is a bad man of good
family or a good man of bud
Last week I went about,
Full of trouble and of doubt.
Now 1 in smiling and dance with
1 had some Rocky Mountain
Tea last night. .
A law just passed in Budapest
requires that all barmaids must be
fiver 40 years of age. although it is
not clear why they should bar
maids under 40.
A New York trust company has
undertaken to float the stock of
the new 50 million dollar plow
trust, but with so much water it
really ought to he uble to float
without any assistance.
the country, giving exhibitions of
rough riding such as were given
in Peris a year or more ago under
the direction of another American
! statesman. ”
The Place Wan Filled.
At a seance tlie other day, when the
lights had been turned low, the me-
dium was describing a tall, dark eyed,
handsome spirit, with long moustaches
and his hair parted carefully down the
center, that was hovering round a mid-
dle ng.sl but elderly looking man. when
he burst suddenly into tears. Heart-
rending sobs shook his thin frame.
“George, George!” he cried. “Why,
oil, why did you leave me tS the mis-
ery of those past years?”
“Then you knew him?” asked the
“Knew him?” murmured the down-
hearted man. “I saw him daily for
months and months. Oh, George,” he
continued, "why did you die?”
“My good man,” pleaded the medium,
“you must pull yourself together.
“Though his loss to you must have
been u Treat one, you may yet meet
another friend who will fill ids place.”
"No, no!” he cried. “His place is
“Filled! Why, what do you mean?”
asked the medium, astonished.
“lie was my wife’s first husband!”—
Pearson’s Weekly. •
How to Keep Tonr Frlenila.
“Tlie less you exact of your friends
the more they will give you,” writes
Helen Watlerson Moody of “The First
Tragedy in a Gill’s Life” in The La-
dles’ Home Journal. “For yourself
give ns -ickly and as nobly as you
want to of your love and your confi-
dence and your loyalty. Live up to
your highest ideal of what a friend
should be (and the higher you make
that Ideal the finer woman you will
be and the more friends will flock to
you I, but never ex^ct of your friends
that they shall .give you more than
they choose easily to give. If some one
you love disappoints you- and as many,
many more will do in days to come-
do not hold up your Ideal of what they
should he and do us a mirror in which
to count their imperfections. • Let it
pass. If you can, with a little smile
that may be sad, but need not be at all
satirical. And never be Jealous of a
friend If you want to keep one. If
anybody you are fond of forms other
friendships or seems to bo engrossed
witli other friends, do not let It make
you unhappy and. above all, never com-
ment upon her all toQ evident neglect
of tier old friends for her new ones.”
A WORTHY SUCCESSOR.
“Something New Under
All Doctors have tried to cun' ntnrrh by tin-
use of powders, acid irasos, inhalers anil limits
in paste form. Their powders dry up the mu*
cuous membranes causing them to crack upon
and bleed. The powerful acid, used in the in-
halers have entirely eaten away the syme mem-
branes that tliier makers have aimed to curt1,
while pastes ami’ ointments cannot reach the
disease. An old and experienced practitioner
who has for many years made a close study and
specialty of tlm treatment of Catahkh, lies at
last perfected a Treatment which when faith-
fully used, not only relieves at once, but perma-
nently cures Ct 11 mi, by removing the enuso,
stopping the discharges and curing all iulium-
ination. ft is the only remedy known to science
that actually reaches the afflicted parts. This
wonderful remedy is known as “Sxifii.kh the
iit'AR tXTKKii Catahrh Ct iik ' and is sold at
tin- extremely low price uf one dollar, each
package containing enough internal and exter-
nal medicine sulllcieut for a full month's treat-
ment and everything necessary to its perfect
Sxi kfi.es'' i i the only perfect Catarrh Cure
ever made and is now recognized as the only-
si; fe and positive cure for that annoying and
disgusting diso. so. ft cures all inflammation
quickly anil permanently and is also wonder-
fully quick to relieve H v l i.\ i.a or ( 01.11 in the
Cntnrrh when neglected often leads to con-
sumption -"Sxi'FFLEs" will Sa-.e von if mu if
yon use it at once, ft is nu ordinary remedy,
hut a complete trental ut which is positively
guaranteed to cure Catarrh in any form or stage
if used according to the directions which ac-
company i itch package. Don't delay but send
for it at once mill write full particulars ns to
your condition, and you will reeeivo special
advice from the discoverer of this wonderful
r tnedy regarding your case n il limit cost to you
beyond the regular price ul “Sneffeks, tlie
(iimrunteed Catarrh euro.”
Sent prepaid to any address in the United
States or ('anada on receipt *.l < lue Dnllnr I
dross Dept. E 7U), EDWIN II GILES & COM-
I AN’\lftfliiiid f-s > Market street, i'll i ladeldliia.
II. C. Watkins, sexton of the
Methodist church, Springfield.
I’h., says, “My wife has been very
had with kidney trouljjo and tried
several doctors without benefit.
After taking one bottle of Foley’s
Kidney Cure, was. much better,
and was completely cured after
taking four bottles.” Settle
I lie lots on the corner just west
of B. E. Beebe’s place are (he
I best residence lots in town that can
i he bought. They are corner lots,
i facing east and south, slope gradti-
J ally lo the rear, and are in a good
neighborhood. Will sell them
I cheap. Call at Sun office.
Farm Loans j
In any amount and for \
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Any Length of Time. * •
Low rate of interest, payable annually. |
Partial payment privileges |
| Call and see us upstairs in the Bass Building.
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WANTED- -.SEVERAL PERSONS OF CHAR-
acti-f and guml reputation in each state (one in
this county required) to represent ami udver
tisi- did established wealthy business house uf
solid linuuciii! standing. Salary Jls.iXI weekly
witi ex eases mil I ttinn-i I, all payable in casii
each Wednesday direct from head ofllces. Horse
and carriage famished, when necessary, Refer-
dices. Enclose self-addressed stamped envel-
ope Manager dllK'uxtim Building, Chicago.
Al.-nry Finished the Kl.a.
“A beautiful scene,” said an old thea-
ter goer, “may be utterly ruined by
some trifling mistake, and an error of
seemingly infinitesimal dimensions
throw out an entire company. Often-
times, however, tlie ready wit and pres-
ence of mind of an actor or actress may
save the day and turn what might oth-
erwise have been disaster into triumph.
One of the most difficult of all scenes to
carry off successfully occurs in the op-
era of ‘Siegfried.’ You will remember
that Sit” fried awakens BrunnhiiUe
from her long sleep with a kiss. Wag-
ner lias so arranged it that the kiss
seems as long to the audience as the
Immortal slumber itself. In reality it
lasts about 70 seconds, blit it seems un-
ending. It is a most trying situation
for the singers, for the audience is ex-
tremely likely to grow restless.
“Some years ago at a performance of
‘Siegfried’ in St. Louis Alvary—poor
chap!—was singing Siegfried to Mme.
Sucker's Brunnhtlde. He had got about
half way through his lengthy oscula-
tion when the gallery began a succes-
sion of smacks, constantly increasing
in volume. It was a critical moment;
but. as the event proved, one that was
to a del to Alvery’s already large wreath
"Slowly he raised his magnificently
handsome head and turned toward the
audience and silently looked the galler-
ies into silence. In ten seconds he had
completely mastered them, and you
could have heard a pin drop in the
great house. Then lie dropped his face
on that of Brunnhilde, and that kiss
went on to its appointed and Sapholike
finish without further interruption
from tlie audience. It was as fine an
exhibition <jf tlie control a great per-
sonality can exercise over an audience
as I have ever witnessed.”—New York
Caused by Svrne Irritant Acting Upon the
Mucou3 Membrane of the Stomach,
fiiil nmitiim nf tin* stomach, qasti-ir calnirh
or gastritis, as till.-’unpleasant aflliction is
variously i-.ilii.<l, nviy, like most inlianiitoiy
.ti- :. -. s. lx* iicfti or chronic in its ci.m - .
symptoms of gastritis are more nr less fever,
weak pulse, loss of appetite, coated tongue,
fotil breath, hail taste in tin* mouth, the head
aches dully There is sensation of. weight or
distress in tie* stomach, tinstritls is caused by
some irritant acting on the mucous membrane
of the stomach, tin* irritant is often formed in
the stomach hy tlie fermentation of i oiig .title
food. Gastritis will never develop if y7m take
I regularly Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, the
i guaranteed enre for indigestion- constipation
I and .all diseases arising from stomach truunles.
j Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is all the year
round medicine, (ioi.il for the whole family
from the smallest infant up. ft is the best life
insurance. Sold by Settle Pharmacy. Sue and
$1 .(«) bottles.
Memphis, e hast
Absolutely the Quickest and Best
HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS.
ruliman Buffet Steppers and free
Reclining Chair Cars.
C. 11. HART, Gen’l West. Agt. A. 1*. KIDWKLL, T. P. Ant,
Oklahoma City. o. t.
CJKO. II. LKE, Uen'l P & T. Ajrt. .1. F. HOI.DION. Traffic
Liti Rock, Auk.
Kansas City Southern Railway.
/ have just jinisfied
|burning /j0,00o fine
'building brisk, which
\are now for sale at
I niv yard -west of to-wn.
It is amusing to note some of
the queer notions foreigners have
of America ami Americans. The
following item appeared in a paper
published in the south of France
l ist fall:
“M. le Roosevelt is one of the
loading cowboys in America ^uid is
famous for once having vanquish,
e i a grizzly bear in a single com-
but. During I lie present eum-
paign M le Colonel KocHevelt has
ridden a series of hortes all over
The Nick In the Lupel.
You who have been wearing coats
. and vests since childhood lia\e per-
haps never stopped to consider the nick
In the lapel. A controversy is now In
progress on the other side of the At-
lantic ns,to how tills originated. The
following ingenious explanation has at
length been offered:
It is said that when Napoleon first
felt the sway of ambition he tried to
lApiicate General Moreau in Fiche-
gru's conspiracy. Moreau had been
Napoieou's superior and was exceed-
ingly popular, but under tlie circum-
stances, with the man of destiny in
power, it tvas not safe fo express pub-
licly sympathy with Moreau. H|H ad-
mirers and supporters quietly agreed
to nick their coat lapels to show their
fellowship, the outlines of the coat,
afier tlie nick was made, forming the
letier M. Moreau was exiled by Na-
poleon and dyed In MorrisviUe, Fa.
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Maxwell, William Albert. The Yukon Sun And The Yukon Weekly. (Yukon, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, September 13, 1901, newspaper, September 13, 1901; Yukon, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc912317/m1/3/: accessed January 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.