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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 4 October 1905

V 'l esawenswaewBBjw - .. - ' '' I ' WORKING WOMEN .Their Hard Struggle Mado Easier-Interesting Stato ments by a Young Lady in Boston ' ! and One in Nashville, Tonn. All women worlci lomo In their homes, somo In cliurch, ami somii In tho whirl of society. Anil In stores, mills nnd shops tens of thousands uro on tho never-ceasing treadmill, earning their dally bread. All arc- subject to tho samo physical laws; all suiter aliko from tho hiune physical disturbance, and tho nature of their duties. In many cases, quickly drifts them Into the horrors of ail kinds of female complaints, ovarian troubles, ulceration, falling and ills placements of tho womb, leucorrhica, or perhaps Irregularity or suppression of "monthly periods,1' causing back ache, ncrvuusuess, Irritability and '" ' lassitude. ' j Women who. stand on their feet all I day are moro susceptible to theso troubles than others. They especially require an Inrlgorat Ing, sustaining medicine which will strengthen tho female organism...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 4 October 1905

I i(BR"fatal REQUESTl I 1 FOUND OUT M 1 By A. L. Harrla Author ol"Mln Own Familiar Friend." etc B I OopyrigM, tatl, ey Oaiittl Publl t hlng O ttnpany. BBH I O'Ptrlflit, 10 1, 1 y llr ( I t In I I A. fl CHAPTER II Continued. B Mr. Durrltt's face became flushed, B and he started to hie feet with thn HHfl haste and hot Indication which would H hare done credit to one of halt his H years. "James 1" he cried, with pas- H slon, "Is thjs the way you speak? H Is this tho wjy your treat your old H friend? Docs the fidelity of half a M life time count for nothing? Why, Hfl even your name has been preserved H In inviolable secrecy, and at this very H moment not one single soul, besides H mysolf, Is aware of the object of my H louroey, or of the Identity of tho in- H dividual I havo come to meet I -and H this Is all you havo to say to mot I H hud better return home at once, with H wit more delayl" H He was evidently much moved, and H tno other man could not but recognize H that tho emotion he b...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 4 October 1905

VTAH STATE NEWS Miss Annlo Hancock, ono of Ogdcns most noted singers, died on the 28th, iter a short Illness. From a flve-ncro arfplo orchard Or son Washburn of Monroo hns realized something llko J1.C0O. The Socialists of Salt Lake havo put a ticket In tho fleld, H. P. Hurt be ing named for mayor. Tho American party has placed a Ucket In the field In Salt Lake City, headed by Ezra Thompson for mayor. An automobile lino was operated be tween Heaver nnd Mllford during the fair at tho former town the past weok. The strike of tho linemen In the em ploy of the Utah Light and Hallway company of Salt Lako City has been ended. William O'Drlscoll, of Woodland, Summit county, who was accidentally shot while hunting, hns succumbed to his injuries. James Shock!)-, convicted of tho murder of two Salt Lnko street car men, has been sentenced to Imprison ment for life. Tho clothiers and furnishers of Salt Lnko hare Inaugurated a movement looking to tho closing of their places of business at 6 p. m....

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 4 October 1905

LaaaaaHf nIHb V abbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV H. HAKE TRAVEL HB ltnUllaaaZil BH Tlio Sign of Safety, Speed anil Com- H' fort B 3 Trains Daily. 3 H Prom UTAH to H KANSAS CITY, ST. JOE, CHICAGO, j GALVE8TON, EL PASO. H Ana tbo Mining Camps of NEW MEX- H , ICO AND AIUZONA. M j! Ask us about Cheap Hates this Sum. H C. K. WAIIUEN, fl 8 Oenern Agcnl. M ,'j The Atchlion, Topoka & Santa Fe fl j Railway Company. H Salt Lake City, Utah. M To bo assured, of a pleasant trip H cast, purchase your tickets via tbo BH Illinois Central Rail- 1 road M from Omaha to Chicago. H First-class sorvlco also between p,, Omaha and Minneapolis and Chicago H and St. Louis, as woll ns all points In H , tho South and Southeast. t For full Information call on or wrlto ' J. A. FOLEY, 1 ,' Commercial Agent, H i No. 75 West Second South Street, H W Through Service ' H I stTloijis I LaaaaaamaV H AND THE .. EAST I m I Missou Pacifig 1 HI M RAILWAY H I COLORADO I K FERTILE KUMS ft3 HIS800U I ftUCCMNCl OARS. OBSERVATION DINI...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 4 October 1905

I SAMPLE OF MODERN METHODS. Millionaire's Idea of "Getting Back to Nature." "Yes, air," said tho drlcd-beef mil lionaire; "I have found that what thoso fellows say about a return to naturo Is all right. My country place Is Just making a now man of me. Tlicro I am surrounded by tho works of nature on every side, and tho effect hoa been not less thnn wonderful." "Whero Is jour country placet" "Out whero there used to be that sandy common. I have brought tree from fifty miles nway and planted 'fan 1 have had an artificial lake made. 1 havo sodded that whole sand dune I havo electric lights or gm lampt scattered everywhere. I havo slim tho surf awny with a ten-foot break water. I've got awnings to keep tlu sun off you as jou loaf thero ant fancy hedges to break tho wind's forte I'vo got u tank forty feet aqlinro whore tho water Is heated or cooler to suit tho bather's taste. Thoro arc olectric fans out on the la.wn for hot dayB, and steam heat can be turned on In all the supimer houses ...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 4 October 1905

mnHHDIHiV X HflflJ Tender. JBfl They fanned tho chieftain 'with a MB palm branch, for tho dnjr was hot, and flflfl ho had eaten heavily. flfl "What kind of a minister," he flflfl asked, "was that wo had, for dinner?" flfl Tho court fool. Jingling with bis flflfl bells, replied: flfl "Prime minuter, aire." Phlladel- flfl phla Bulletin. flflfl Placing Him. flflg "Yes, he's a quarter-back In col- m flflj "That's football, Isn't It!" Dm "Yes, quarter-back Is football." "What Is he In his Btudles?" flflfl "Oh, he's away back In thorn." flflfl Houston Post. A Saving Clause. "No, madam," said the houseowner, "I cannot let you haro the houso on account of the little boy." "Hut," explained the woman, "we don't want to move In until after the Hiurth of July, and then we won't have tho boy." This, of course, had not occured to tho houseowner. Like Ma Made for Pa. "Our John's wife," said John's fa ther, "Is too easy with him. 8he'a too ready to make excuses for him." "Well," remarked John's mot...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 18 October 1905

'" 'iW"i r """i "-""BBBB 1 i vf BBl f 1 - ' - ?1 t E -bbbI . ' Is 'H The Merur Miner. I H Vol Mercur, Tooelle County, UtahljWednesday, October 18, 1905 No 40 fl ft THE MERCUR' JMNER. H., ' Publlihed Every Wednesday K r at Sp" Mercur, Tcctle County, Utah. mM' srH.sniiPTiotts. 'Xfff One year, 70 cent;. HRkgi Six Month!, 40 writ. HPWL Three months, 35 cents. R, Tlio rutM hold pood until January fJV' '"' lj,,t ''' not ,in!rt'' ,0 ,inc,: n: Haf 'mints. Hjft A '.winMng laics on application to (Ok. tlio Publishers. KB) ' ' I,ox 17 SllIt l'"Uo CIt'' P5k Ja. T. Jakeman . . . Manager (Sjf i HJi. This paper It kept on file by THE ijWK.. AMERICAN MINING CONGRESS, JH&-Z2 Chamber of Commerce Building, Den- Efy ver, Colo., v.here our readers will lie welcorwa to the use of the leading pa- Hi pers frvm the various mining sections Hp' of th'cr west, a scientific library and H& miners tpchlblt. HIT. ,,. & READ THI3. VtPH All new subscribers paying 75 cents jwLl' Tor ono jenr, or 40 cents ...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 18 October 1905

H WE MAKE TRAVEL! H: EASY. M The Slen of Safety, 8 pood and Com- M fort t 3 Trains Daily. 3 B From UTAH to R KANSAS CITY, ST. JOE, CHICAGO, H GALVESTON, EL PASO. B And tho Mining Camps of NEW MEX- B ICO AND AIUZONA. H Ask us about Cheap nates this Sum H c k. waiuien, H General Agent H The Atchison, Topaka & Santa Fe H Railway Company. Hj Salt Lake City, Utah N H To bo assured of a pleasant trip H oast, purchaso your tlckots via tho H Illinois Central Rail- H road H from Omaha to Chicago B First-class sorvlco also between H, Omaha and M'aucnpolln and Chlcaito H and 8L Louis, as well as all points In H tho South and Southeast H For full Information call on ur write BBB' BB J. A. FOLEY, H Commercial Agent. B No. 76 Wnst Second Kouth Street H JPnrouflh Servlo I I st7loijis I IEAST I I MtssoinrPACCFiG I H RAILWAY 1 1 COLORADO 1 H H KVccTRta FAit. I H H RroumH chair CAM BBH Bjt . MMfl' ril, nil i BBBJ Bj WfO0Ttt 'DAT COABH'1. H H ijwibvt war. !, I I 11 I BBBf V- """""yfy!1 M 7 ' rSABB...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 18 October 1905

1 1 A- . BOWMffiND j: SHIP GREW trt The Story Whether Hand Sapollo got a more enthusiastic welcome In homes where Sapollo was an old and tried friend, or where It was a stranger. Is a ques tion. Where women had come to rely on Sapollo for rapid, thorough clean Ing In every part of the house except the laundry, they commenced without loss of time, to avail of this new prize. Grubby little hands, and stained, work- worn older ones, whitened, softened, 1 and smoothed out as It by magic, cal- M a lous spots disappeared, and corn er' ' , plexlons cleared. Children ceased their strenuous objections to the scrub- blag up process, because It became a f 'att pleasure. It freshened up the hands after dlsh-washlng, removing the most disagreeable feature of that necessary . task. It was found to keep delicate ' baby skins from chafing better than salve or powder, and the crowning note In the song of delight came when an adult member of the family used It t In a full bath, and realized that a Tu...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 18 October 1905

m I THE FATAL REQUEST I OR FOUND OUT c ' i i , ' . i By A. L. Harrle Aulhor of "Mlno Own familiar Friend." etc. oTpHTTfjrr, lilt, by 0 ail ill iiMIiAU Company. Copyright, t 0 1, y J I r i .f J m ( A. fl CHAPTER IV. Continued. H "My dear James," Interrupted Mr. H lJurrltt, nastily, "ou must know very M wall that it Isn't tlint. Hut tho truth H of tho matter Is, I've a groat avoralon H to flroarms. Still, It you will ansuro H me that the weapon Isn't loaded, H i'ii " H "I'll assure you of that or anything R ! that will add to your peace of K mind' was tho somewhat equivocal V reply. "At any rate, It Isn't loaded H bow; and, what Is moro, I will also H (tvo you my word thnt 1 will not at- H tempt to blow out my brains during H tho journey or," ho added, as a sort H of afterthought, "anyone else's." H When Mr. Burrltt and his friend ar- H rired at the station, the latter took 1 a considerable amount of trouble to H lasure a separate compartment to H thomBelves In fact, Mr. Burrltt rathe...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 25 October 1905

. THE , & Ml V 1 ? Vol X Mercur, Tooele County, Uiah,wednesday, October 25, 1905 No 4! .H THE MERCUR MINER. Pulllchetl Eery Wednesday t Mercur, Tootle County, Utah. SUBSCRIPTIONS: ' i )fie ar, 75c. 5I. months, '10 cents. s- ' i hreu Month, US cents. ' " '.'.V Thc'to rates bold Kiod until Jan. 1, ', 1000, ami do not apply to back ac- , 1 courts. Advertlidr.s rate on application to .. e r local or Suit Lal.e olllce. Salt Lnl.Q Office S57 Commercial ( lull Hid. nnrt 1'ontnlPee Uo 17. iasT T. Jaksman ". Monager . This paper Is kept on flra by THE AMERICAN. MINING. CONGRES8, Chamber of Commerce Building, Den ver, Colo., where our readera will be welcome, to the use. of. the. leading papers from the various minion sec-'-tiona of the weit, a scientific library :nd mineral exhibit. READ THIS. All new subscribers paying 75 ceritfi for ono year, or 40 cents for six ti;0ntbtj, tho American Farmer will bo sent free for one jear. This offer fcolda tjood until January 1; 19PC. TUB PUBLISHERS....

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 25 October 1905

I ' WE MAKE TRAVEL.! H EASY. I H Tlio Sign of Safety, Speed and Com- H 3 Trains Daily. 3 H From UTAH to KANSAS CITY, ST. JOE, CHICAGO, H GALVESTON,'. ELjPASO. H And tbo Mining Camps of NEW MEX- H ICO AND ARIZONA. H Ask us about Cheap Ilatos this Bum- H C. F. WARREN, H GoncrnI Agent. H The Atchlion, Topoka & Santa Fo B Railway Company. H Salt Lake City, Utah. l B ZM?aKkiiJL M H To bo assured of a pleasant trip I H oast, purcbaso your ttcKots via tbo J H Illinois Central Rail- road H from Omaba to Chicago. H First-class sorvlco also between H Omaha and Minneapolis and Chicago H and St. Louis, as well as all points In H tbo South and Southeast H For full Information call on or wrlto B J. A. FOLEY, H Commercial Agent, H No. 7G West Second South Street. H BEt? ktr ''HHi 1 Through Servlo I 1 STrfMls I M through scenic P I COLORADO I1 UISAS S LISSOM I fl H BUCEPINC, CARS, I ! H OBSERVATION ) DININQ CAR8. , ' H H Klkotric Liqi ts. j H CL.cTnio fai. n : H REOU NINO CHAIN OAKS .' H Iiuti ...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 25 October 1905

wns. emma Fr,EissNErt (Suffered Over Two Years Health Wat In a Precarious Condition Caused By Pelvic Catarrh. HEALTH AND STRENGTH RESTORED BY PE-RU-NA. Mrs. Kminu ITelssner, 1113 Sixth Ave, Seattle, Wash , orthy Treasurer Kon iif Temperance, writes: " suffered oyer two years with Ir regular ai.d painful periods. My health was In a very precarious condition and I was anxious to fin J something to re store my health and strength. "1 wiih very glad to try IVruna nnd delighted to Had that It was iloliiff mo (rood. I continued to uso It u little fiver three inoiiths anil found my troubles removed. " consider It a splendid medicine and shall never be without It, taking a dose occasionally when I feel run-down and tired." Our Hies contain thousands of testi monials which Dr. llartmau has re ceived from grateful, happy women who have been restored to health by his remedy, IV run a. troubled with tils peculiar to "'tZzXSy'' their sex, used as a douche- ii marvcloutly suc cenlui. Tborou jnly ...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 25 October 1905

THE GIRL AT THEl HALFWAY HOUSE H A STORY OF THE PLAINS B BY B. IIOIIOII, AUTHOR OF THK HTOHY OP TIIK COWBOY M CetrrtfA ltd, IIOM. tr I). AlHtltn 6 Ltmmnr, A'ti Verk M CHAPTER I. H The Orazen Tongues. H Tho band major was n poet. Ills H namo Is lost to history, but It deserves H a place among tho titles of tho great. H Only In the boiiI of a iKict, a great H man, could there .have been conceived H that thought by which tho music of H triumph should pass tho little plnnaclo H of human exultation, and reach tho H higher piano of human sympathy. H Forty black horses, Keeping step; H forty trumpeters, keeping unison; H this procession, headed by a mere mil- H slclan, who none tho less was a poet, Hj a great man, crossed tho Mold of touts- H burg as It lay dottod with the heaps of H slain, and dotted also with tho groups B of those who sought their slain; H crossed that Held of woo, meeting only H hatred and despair, yet leaving bo- H hind pnly tears and grief. Tears and H grief, It Is tr...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 1 November 1905

'I 1 Km j Vol. X. WlfiicijrTqoele County, Utah, Vcfnesclw.v Werifber I, 1905. No. 42. I -- ,iJV ii 1 THE MERCURf MINER, FH.bkr'-tc! Cvery Wednesday at tf.tftjr. Teoe'e Ccunty, Utah. i ' .i hsckiitions. ' Cfie yBi. TO ctnti. S.x. Months, 40 cents. ,' Tr.ree months, accents. i 'llii-M ' -- bold moiI until .lanunr"y 1!V, 1 r j u; u!)l itf lkilir ntr- Mints. AdcrtlN.t.K rat on applIctiiJto to I i.ur Itxal or -"nit l.ul.o odlco. Salt La' (VTivc 2.i7 I'oMMftilnf nib HIil Mm. I'usMifllw lkix 17w Js. T. Jakeman . , . . tHlnSger Thl patf-'.c tept on fits' y THE AMERICAN. MINING. COltGRGSS, Chamber of Commerce Bullctan,, Den ver, Colo., where our reader; (VIII be vieleorre ts te uoe. of. the. 'leading Sapers tra-i tie various mitring nee tlons of thr v.irt. a sJlentHlc library And mineral exhibit. . "" rs NOTICE. All ' mi. -(! Ins tlifn paper with tli'-i '' i imtrkcil with u red ('.(iss will ui i-i4iiiu-l tfi.it tfx'lr nub 'crlptloti l.m lin p:iM for fx inontliH . f-om th..t. ' . I" ninrkud. ...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 1 November 1905

aaLaH a .. . B PARALYSIS CURED H Cats Soemed Hopeless but Yleldod to H Or. Williams' Pink Pills. Mr. Konnoy lia. actually escaped from H tho pnmlytio's fitto to which ho seemed n H short time ago IiopeloHsly doomed. The j surprising reKrt 1ms boon rally verified H mid eonio importniit details secured In n M personal interview with tlio recent Huf. 1 "The doctor," said Mr. Kciiney, "told B me tlmt if I wanted to llvu any length H of tiuieluGiiM Imve to give up work ill- H together, and lie told my friends Hint B the lKtralyHU which had begun would la time intolvo my whole body." H "Just how wuro you nHlleted at this H timo?" Mr. Keiiney un nuked B " Well, 1 had llrt hot, and then cold H find clammy fueling, nnd at tiuiPH my M body felt at if needles were bolng uttiek H iuto it. ThcNO KeiiKatioiiK went followed H by terrible pains, and itgulu I would have H o feeling ntnll, but n numbness would H Como over me, ami I would not be able to H move. Thnttiostagnniziiigtortureacaine M from ...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 1 November 1905

The Final Peace. Demi, our ciimimmlonnhlii In mife at list, We never quiine! mm, or clack or blame Dcnil, In my lit-uit of liraitK I hold thee fuxt. For I'vermnrn the same No trllles urge us In unlovely fretting. There roniPK no nerd of pniOim or for KrtllllK. Dead, 1 lmve ulncd my foolish tenn uwtiv. And lnoiiKlit thee lldVkom, and stilted ni) Jealous heart, Tliou dost not leuve nit", even for n day, Wo nto mi moip Hpsrt Hut, oh! for one dear lixili Into thine o". Ono sudden infctlnK and enraptuied cry' No moro up dlsngree on trivial thing's. And Him aside Willi bitter, Inlet ill" (lain; lint, oh' for one Ion hour of differing. One lilKht of ntutry nilli' I speak In tlii-f and dream that thou hast htard Hut, oh' for one swift touch of hand, one void' Arthur I.. Salmon. Gen. Fltz John Porter's Statue. During the must tense period of expectation nnl speculation ns to the outcome of tho pence negotiations be tweon the Russians and tho Japan ese, tho llnnl touches to a monument, cmntne...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 1 November 1905

H ' ' n iy - ' mm !THE GIRL AT THEll HALFWAY HOUSE i H A STORY OF THE PLAINS jjj BB IIV It. Ilill'.ll, AI'Tlln OF I II H HTf'HV fi V TUP filWHOY H BB VttmtMlnl . Itoa. bt 1) . Attltlm I c i I o rt T . fttw tort H B J CHAPTER III Continued. BB f In this part of the wood the dead BB woro mingled from both Hides of tin' BB contest, tlio faded blue nnil tho failed BB Cray sometimes scarce distinguishable BB 'Then there cntne u thickening of tho H rny, nnd In turn, hb tho trnvolur ad- BB vnnccil toward tho fence!! und nbnttln, BB tlio Northern ilenil predominated, BB though Btlll thoro were many faces yel- BB low-pale, dark-framed. BB Franklin passed over tho nbattls, BB over tho remaining fences, and Into BB tho IntrenchmeitH wliero tlio final BB stand had boon. Tho dead lay thick, BB nmong them mnny who wero young. BB Franklin stook looking out over tho BB fields, In tho direction of tho town. BB And thero ho Raw a sight fitly to ho BB called tho iilllniato horror of all theso BB thlng...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 1 November 1905

INTROSPECTION. sr m r, covra. From out the rat e! wnished years I'oml memory's voice ,s Mealing, liaised by the sound that past appear And wakes the fount o feeling. It brings before mv raptured gate 'ilic jnung, the fair, the tender, Anil lights the scenes of childhood day With melancholy splendor. Through Intervening time and tpaee. As if nuift pinion bore me, I journey to my native place, While memory Mies before inc. Again before me be sprcail mil (Jrrcn hills anil woodland allcvr, Again resounds lite jovom hout That cchoid through the valle" Again to early vovvs of faith My Inmost heart in thnlliri(r. Again bffoi allliction'11 bieath My aching cjes arc lilling. ith lov my brother's voice I hear, I eel aistcr'a fond caressing, 1 sinile to see mv mother' Tear, 1 hear my father's blessing, Anon, where leafless locusts wave, And wintry winds are blowing. Above affection's lowly grave. My bitter learn are riowitw. Ah. me! what scenes of joy and grlel 1 11 L "T memory'a Krer, Like b....

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 1 November 1905

ONLY $45.05 ROUND TRIP H FROM OGDEN AND SALT LAKE CITY .' TO H NATIONAL MINING CONGRESS, H EL PASO, TEXAS. H VIA H The Quick Line to the Southwest. H Corresponding rates from other H points. Dates of sale November 10th Hj and 11th. Final return limit Decern- ber 25th, 1905. H For Information regarding train ser- H vice and cheap rates, for side trips to H Old Mexico and other territories, see H or write, C. l WAItunN, H Conornl Agent. H The Atchison, Topska & Santa Fo H Railway Company. H 411 Dooly Block. H Salt Lake City, Utah. H To bo assured of a pleasant trip cast, purclioBo your tlckots via the I Illinois Central Rail- I road 1 from Omaha to Chlcngo. M First-class sorvlco also between m Omaha and Minneapolis and Chicago H and St. Louis, as well ns all points to H tlio South and SouthcasL H For full Information call on or wrlto H J. A. FOLEY, M Commercial Agent, H . No. 7G West Second South Street. im (Xturough Service I stTloijis I I I Missouri Pacific I J RAILWAY H, 'THROU...

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