The Yukon Sun And The Yukon Weekly. (Yukon, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 40, Ed. 1 Friday, October 4, 1901 Page: 2 of 8
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Kai'ronil is coming.
Corn is better than at first re-j
H. F Watson is digging sweet
potatoes tins week.
Misses Lida and Mima Mont-
forl spent Sunday in this vicinity.
D L. Love lias rented his farm
again. The writer has not yet
learned the tenant's name.
John Herbert lias returned
from the new country. Ho says
Herbert Osier and (’. K. Sherman
each have fair claims.
Noah Williford was seen going
north by the school house last
Sunday. He later went the other
way but was not alone.
Messrs. Wilson and Grant went
to El Keno last week. Mr. Wil-
son will tile on It it) acres of land,
lie drew a high number.
Mr. Wynn has taken his chil-
dren from school to help pick his
cotton crop. Mr. Wynn says his
crop is light but the cotton is
Mr. Smith's school, Coon Ridge,
is progressing very nicely under
his management. Mr. Smith is
an old teacher. He hails from
Arkansas, Izard county.
Dogwood sprouts are scarce
around the school house, ns the
teacher has recourse to boards and
I mil bats. They have a very mor-
al effect and the boy feels better
• after it is all ever.
The ()il and (las (3o. has not yet
declared any dividend. The mar-
ket value of the stock is pract ically
nothing, being only the ability to
fell fish stories and talk of gas,
■ nil and railroads without ceasing.
I. C. U.
Another ridiculous food fad has
been branded by the most compe-
tent authorities. They have dis-
pelled the silly notion that one
kind of food is needed for brain,
another for muscles, and still an-
other for bones. A correct diet,
will not only nourish a particular
part of the body but it will sustain
every other part. Yet, however
good your food may be, its nutri-
ment is destroyed by indigestion
or dyspepsia. You must prepare
• for their appearance or prevent
1 heir coming by taking regular
doses of Green's August Flower,
ihe favorite medicine of the heal-
thy millions. A few doses aid di-
gestion, stimulate the liver to
healthy action, purities the blood
and make you feel buoyant and
vigorous. You can get J)r. G. G.
Green's reliable remedies at How-
ard's Drug Store. Get.Green’s
A olliHHlrt'd Warn A^o.
Lloyd Weaver hands us the fol-
lowing advertisemet, as taken from
the Rochester Gazette, dated
November lit, J TDD:
The one half of a saw mill, with
a convenient place for building,
lying in the town of Rochester.
By the mill is an inexhaustible
•quantity of pine wood. And also
A STOUT HEALTHY ACTIVE
gum telephone system, tho con-
sideration being $5,U00 in cash.
The system was put in last winter]
and started up about March 15!
with fifty phones. It, has now 112
phones in use and orders are
hooked for a number more. Mr.
Snowden is the father-in-law of
H. E. Oukes of the Mange in Mill
& Elevator Co. • He has been a
resident of El Reno for nine years
and is a man of means. Mr. Will-
iamson is an old resilient of Can-
adian county and owns several
farms there and town property in
El Reno and Yukon, lie has gone
hack to dispose of most of his in-
terests there and will return to
Mangum to make further invest-
ments and become a resident.
THE HOME GOLD CURE.
An Ingenious Treatment by which Drunk-
ards are Being Cured Daily in *
Spite of Themselves.
No Noxious Doses. No Weakening of the
Nerves. A Pleasant and Positivo euro
for the Liquor Habit.
It is now generally known and understood
that Druukenoss is a disease and not a weak-
ness. A body filled with poison and nerves
completely shattered by periodical or constant
use of intoxicating liquors, requires an antidote
capable ol' neutralizing and eradicating t. >is
poison and destroying the craving for intoxi-
cants. Sufferers may now cure themselves at
home without publicity or loss of time front busi-
ness by this wonderful “Home Gold (’i ri:,m
which lias been perfected after many years of
close study ami treatment of inebriates. The
faithful use according to directions of this won
dorful discovery is positively guaranteed to cure
the most obstinate case, 410 matter how hard a
drinker. Oftr records show the marvelous trans-
formation of thous mds of Drunkards into, sober
imluHtrious and upright men.
Wives cure your husbands!! Children, cure
your fathers!! Till- remedy is in no souse a
nostrum but is a specific for this disease only,
and is so skilfully devised and prepared that it
is thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste,
so that it can be given inn cup of tea or coffee
without the knowledge of the person taking it.
Thousands (ft drunkards have cured themselves
with this priceless remedy, and as many more
have bean cured and made temperate men .by
having the "cure” administered by loving
friends and relatives without their knowledge
in coffee or tea, and believe today that they dis-
continued drinking of their own free will. Do
Not Wait. Do not be deluded by apparent and
misleading “improvement.” Drive out the dis-
ease at once and for all time. '1 he “Home Gold
Cure” is sold at the extremely low price of one
dollar, thus placing within reach of everybody
a treatment more effectual than others costing
$‘25 to $f>l). Full directions accompany each
package. Special advice by skilled physicians
when requested without extra charge. Sent
prepaid to any part of the world on receipt of
one dollar. Address Dept. E 700, EDWIN B.
GILES A COMPANY, 2330 and 2382 Market
All correspondence strictly confidential.
A “stitch in time eaves nine”
and a (lose of Ballard’s Horehound
Syrup at the beginning of a cold
will save you many weary hours
uud even days of distressing' and
harraesing cough. Price 25 and50c
Settle Pharmacy. .
Poison which medical experts
have found to be lurking in silk
stockings does not in the least ter-
rify those who have silk stockings,
though it offers consolation to
those who have none.
Mrs. T. Briddleman of Parshall-
ville, Midi., was troubled with
salt rheum for thirteen years and
had tried a number of doctors
without relief. After two appli-
cations of Banner Salve her hands
became better and in a short time
she was entirely cured. Beware of
substitutes. Settle Pharmacy.
A western farmer writes to his
local paper: “If our people want
to see a big hog, come out to my
farm and and ask for me.” He
must ho a relative to the Kansas
man who said in hia notice, “If
you are hunting for mules, do not
Any person inclined to pur-
chase, may know the particulars
by applying to John Schoonmak-
bk, Jon., at Rochester.
• — •
A Fiendish Attack.
An attack was lately made on
(’ F. Collier of Cherokee, Iowa,
that nearly proved fatal. It came
through his kidneys. His back
got bo lame lie could not stoop
without great pain, nor sit in a
chair except propped by cushions.
No remedy helped him until he
tried Electric hitters which effect-
ed such a wonderful change that
he writes he feels like a new man.
This marvelous medicine owes
backache and kidney trouble, pur-
ities the blood and builds up your
health (July 5()c at Settle's.
ibmgin a Telephone Line.
Mangum Monitor: J. H. Car-
ter list Saturday sold to Adam
Snowden of El Reno and Peter
•Williamson of Yukon the Man-
S. A. Ingalls, Crown Point, N.
Y..Jwrites: “My wife suffered from
kidney trouble for years. She was
induced to try Foley's Kidney
Cure and in less than a week after
she began using it she was greatly
improved and three bottles cured
her." Settle Pharmacy.
The theory that no man is
wholly bail if his dog believes in
him won’t wnfh. A man can judge
dogs, but a dog can't tell much
about what is going on inside of a
Backache should never be neg-
lected, It means kidney disorder,
which, if allowed to run too long
may result in Bright's disense, dia-
betes or other serious and often
fatal complaints. Foley’s Kidney
Cure makes the kidneys well. Set-
Bring your prescriptions 1o
Howard’s: we have hud many
ALBERT SETTLE, M. D.
Country Calls Promptly Answered.
Residence, two blocks south ol M. E. church
Office at the Settle Drug Store
8 to 10 a. m. 2 to 4 p m. at Private Office,
Room 1, Bass Building.
DR. G. P. ROBERTSON,
Offce No. 2. Bank Building
OFFICE HOURS: 8 to 12 a. m. and 1 to 4 p.m.
WORTH FARMER. A. C. FARMER.
FARMER & FARMER,
Attorneys at Law.
All buslnoHs of the profession quickly and
carefully attended to
Money to loan on farms or city property on
time to suit borrower. We make a specialty of
Agents for farm and city property.
OFFICE IN BASS BUILDING.
Northwest room, upstairs.
W. W. TUNNICLIFF,
Offices over 188 Main >t., Oklahoma (Tty, O. T.
Prompt and careful attention will be given to
•till business entrusted to my care.
Honey to Loan at low rates on improved
farms and city property.
C. A. BANNISTER,
Will practice in all Territorial and Federal
Courts. All kinds of legal businesatransacted.
Hoorn 6, Rabat Bldg., El Reno, O. T.
M. Q. Bradbury,
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Eyes tested free. Reasonable charges. Satis ,
faction guaranteed. Yukou, O. T.
Chas. M. Asbill,
Contractor and Painter.
Exterior and Interior Work Dene in a Satis-
factory manner. Prices right.
I. A. HANNUM,
“0. K ” .
Has returned to his first love and is
running a clean, up-to-date three-
chair barber shop at his old stand in
Yukon. Try him. Regular prices.
W. B. Montfort, Prop.
R. I. SACKETT, Pres. W.W.WEBER, Cashier
F. BECK. V. Pres. J. F. ALBIN, Asst.
Farmers & Umlauts Baal
CAPITAL STOCK, $8,ooo.
Transacts a General Banking
Notary In Office, Fire Insurance Written.
It You Want a Cheap Home in
W rite for a Copy of
“Current Events,” published
by the Kansas City Southern
Railway. S. G. Warner. G. P.
& T. A,, Kansas City, Mo.
Don’t Be Fooled;
INOOKPON* *YD 101*
Take the genuine, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Mmle only by Madison Medi-
cine Co., Mutlifton, Wls. It
keeps you well. Our trade
murk cut on each package.
Price. 35 cents, f lever sold
in hulk. Accept no substi-
tute. Ask your druggist.
All the latest popular sheet music at
Will also order anything in music
books, etc., upon request. Agency for
the Piano Music Magazine.
MRS. BERT MAXWELL.
*t Bank of Yukon.
D. W. HOGAN, President.
D. B. PHILLIPS, Cashier..'*
Directors M.V.MULVEY, J. A. FARIS, D. B. PHILLIPS, D. W. HOGAN. *
! Incorporated in 1892. Oldest State Bank in Oklahoma.
CAPITAL STOCK, $10,000.
SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $10,000.
| Notary in Office.—Taxes Paid for Non-Residents.
TRANSACTS A GENERAL
COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY.
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The ^ Sun j
Tries to keep its pa-
trons posted on all *.45
Don't lend it to your
Baarfl by week, $3.00| ^neighbors—make 'em
MRS. J. B. GRAU, PropJ
$1.25 a Day
I year for $M
. FOR GOOD
^ IN KANSAS AND OKLAHOMA
At low interest rates and upon favorable terms to the
Do You Want to Borrow Money
on Your Farm?
If yon do, £11 out and sign this blank and mail it to us!
We will at once send one of our examiners to inspect
your farm and quote you the lowest rate of.interest your
security warrants. W’e are in position to give you better
terms than you can get elsewhere. Write for further
TO BE FILLED OUT BY APPLICANT
With a Lead Poncll
To WINNE & WTNNE,
Wichita, Kansas. .
I hereby make application for a loan of f................................upon my farm of
.....................neres described as follows:-....................•................................of Section
.........................., Township-----------of Range___________________
the understanding that the loan is to lie made for ten years with annunl in-
terest and with the privilege of making partial payments to reduce my in-
debtedness in any amount at any time after one year, with rebate of interest
from date of payment. I want my interest coupons sent to....................................
.............................—...................Bank, in........................................ for collection.
My farm has—-------------acres in cultivation ; ....................acres in pasture. I
value the land at if...........-...exclusive of buildings, and the buildings at $_________
My personal property is worth $....................... My total indebtedness is
$.......................- My postoflice uddress is..................... ......................................
.........................................- My age is.....................years. My wife’s name is
....................-..............♦-------------------, and her age is.....................years.
[ Slum full name, f") f)
write plain.J w w —.........................................Applicant
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Maxwell, William Albert. The Yukon Sun And The Yukon Weekly. (Yukon, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 40, Ed. 1 Friday, October 4, 1901, newspaper, October 4, 1901; Yukon, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc912872/m1/2/: accessed November 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.