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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 1 November 1905

I Tized, Nezvons Mothers M MaKo Unhappy Homes-Their Condition Irritates H Both Husband and Children Hov Thousands of Mothers Have Been Saved From Nervous I Prostration and Made Strong and Well. !TiMiJiMiiftrTiMnMMMWiMjiJLliiWMMMW miu w sMsJihriH imumJi fir IWITj Mrs. Chester Curry gj Mrs.Cas.rVQroivn A nervous, Irritable mother, often on Mrs. Chester Curry, Lender of the the verges of hysterics, Is unfit to cure Ladles' Syinnlionv Orchestra, 43 Kara- for children ; it ruins u child's dlsposl- tojfu Street, Kast iloston, Mass., writes: tlon nnd reucts upon herself. The Denr Mrs I'lnHmm: trouble between children und their " Kor oiRht ears t wns troubled with ex- mothers too often Is due to ttio fact trriiiiieroiisnnndh)t.tTin.lrouKlitonliy that the mother lins home female weak- IrreRulnrilli I tould neither en loy llfo nor ness, and sliols entirely unfit to bear P nlRhta; I os very IrritAble, nenoua the strain upon her nerves that povcrti- V. ,',yX' j-.V-hildmni's Veritable Compound J...

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. — 1 November 1905

Hj f 1 WW P IBj H V NEWS SUMMARY V H Czar NIcholiiH tins pardoned all thu H lapuncso prisoners. H Tho business portion of Alnsworth, H (own, has been destroyed by fire. H Fifty moro persons lmvo been killed H In the rioting nt Santiago do Chill. H Many Americans have gono to nus- H sla, believing thcro will soon bo a big H ludustrlnl revival. H Eight ttiousnnd troopn, after march H Jng overland, lmvo arrived at Moscow H to strengthen tho garrison. M A flro nt Point lllclimond, Cal., do- B strayed four largo business 'houses, H causing n total loss or abolil $50,000. H It Is denied that Gen. Gomez Is In H tho United States to buy.'nrnw. lto Is H going to rent a plantation and rnlso H It Ib reported In Iondon that Hmper- H ar Nicholas lias decided to grant n H constitution similar to that of Ocr- Hj many. H Tho wreck of tho Ilrltlsh steamer H Chatham has llnnlly been rcmovod nnd H tho Suez canal will ugaln bo open night H I Fearing a panic becnuso of tho Inv H menso crowd, President I...

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. — 8 November 1905

TngjlEgcuR Miner: Vol.'.)?. Mercur, Tooele County, Utah, Wednesday, November S, 1905. No. 43. I THE MERCUR MJNER. Publitr.cd Evey Wedreedsy Merdur, T.crle Ccjtj, Utah. si nst-Rivnoxs One year, 5.cents. Six MeMhs. 40 eents. Three months, 35 cent. The1 -(..opioid aiKid ut.iil Jnnunr) 1, 15'C, bu -o not apply to bad: uc- rpunts. .- Adverfit. rji ra; " rppl cation to our local nr "-nil I.at.e oir.cc. S.ilt Il.u Oineo 2.',7 Comniutcinl f'lnlitijnil Postoltloo Ho: IT. Jan. VriSfeian . . ". 7 Manager ., i iT n , t ' This paper is kept on fire by THE AMERICAN MINING CONGRESS, Crunber of Cstnrrerce Buitdlnn. Den ver. Colo.. viherc our readers will be welcome, to fie ute. of. the. leading papers froti fie varlojs mining sec tions of the west, a eelentlflc library and mineral exhibit. NOTICE. Ml persons receiving iris paper with r,'jl urtlcl mnrcJ vlth u red cross w:ill tintUi stand ihat their huI HCilptlon bus lief n paid for six month fiom Atnt ilate. If mnrhed Uli n Mueli cross their subscr...

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. — 8 November 1905

I "" TAYLOR, ROMNEY, ARMSTRONG wCO. I Wholesale and Retail I LUMBER I DEALERS I Corner South Temple and 2d West St. I SALT LAKE CITY - UTAH I noli Tel. 765. Ind- Tel. 755. " DR. ALVAH LEWIS. 8ALT LAKE PRIVATE HOSPITAL. 1 Special Attention given SURGICAL an dObb I hi HIOAL CASE8. H THR ONLY STJHCTLY PIUVATH II OSIHTAI. IN T1IK STATU H No .152 n. 1st south. M Salt Lako City. I lOnly $45.05 Round I Trip H FROM H OQDEN AND SALT LAKE CITY H M NATIONAL MININQ CONGRESS, H EL PASO, TEXAS. H VIA B The Quick Line to the Southwett. B Corresponding ratei from other Hi points. Dates of sale November 10th Hi and 11th. Final return limit Decern- ber 25th, 1005. Hi For Information regarding train ser- Hi vice and cheap rates, for side trips to Hi Old Mexico and other territories, see Hi or write, H C. P. WARREN, HI Gonornl Agonl. H The Atchison, Topaka 4. Santa Fo Hi Railway Company. H 411 Dooly Block. H Salt Lake City, Utah. 1 S HH To bo assured of a pleasant trip HI caat, mirchnso your tlckots vi...

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. — 8 November 1905

HER BONNET. Her bonnet's Jl Hie weetnt thing, It flouts the world as she g.s bv " It. tied down by tlw sweetest rtrine. I'd love to bo that string, but my! E The bonnet might not be the thing bo meet it I should be the string. Her bonnet's jti.t the iwi elest thins. H tip a bit above htr rjc. The birds, the birds begin to sing They want to iti(r as she goes ,r, The); think its daybreak nml, oil mv! It'i just became she a MMII( j,v. Iroin "Kchoes Trom the Cdcn " Her bonnet's Jut the sweetest thing, It roofs In iut the sweetest hair. Anil ejes and mouth the birds will sins, They think it's spring when she is tlurc, It s just because ili'a iwssing by, 1 want that boniictplnt, oh ml While roe of roues, why be hy Alwut the sweetest lionnet string' The lads, the lids will aigli. nml sigh, 1 or Hod's white ro.ctlint makes it spring And da) break for the bird", mill I liiot wiiit that bonnet, but. oh my! (-op)right, ltiOl, b) William l'agc Carter. i I Manuis Del Monte. 1 &? 1 PvwalAHIA ...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 8 November 1905

BBl wm " "" I I THE FATAL REQUEST I OR FOUND OUT BBbV a a i a aiaaaa a aaxaisa a H Dy A. L. Harrla Author of "Mlno Own rnmlllar FrlcnU." elc. J VoptrtgM, 1 1 $ 1 , by 0 a t $ 1 1 I i' ii 1 1 1 i M n Company, J CopyriffAf, J 0 , b y 3 t r i t t ( m(A UNHHMnaMHHiilBHnMMM H CHAPTER IX Continued. BBJ It was rather strange, but the moment hn put thin question tho llttlo BBfl doctor shifted his glance, and merely B answered, "Humphl" wbllo ho seemed BBb to bo looking at nothing In particular. BBV "You know what I mean?" was the Bbb tomowhat Impatient response "Old fl my father meet IiIb death through B the shock of tho collision or by BBI the 7" H "Your father was not killed In tho BBB railway accident at all," was tho BBB paralyzing reply, as the giver of It BBB ttlll avoided tho cyo of the questioner. BBB "What!" shouted tho latter, leaping H to his feet. "What do you mean? For BBB Heaven's sake, explain yourself and BBB do not talk In riddles!" BBB "What I mean 1b this," was tho an- B ...

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. — 15 November 1905

i i ii i ii . H Vol. Mercur, Tooele Qo.u'n't'yJiita'h, Wednesday, November 15, 1905. No. 44. B THE MERCUR MINER. Publlchid Every Wedneday at Mercur, Tcoele County, Utah. ' 7 St'BSCMPTIONS. One year, 75 cents. Six Months, 40 cents. Three months, 35 cents. TIioho rates hold pood until January 1, lltofi, but do not miply to buck nc counts. Atlvortlsliifi rates on ntipllcatlon to our local or Salt I-nl.o oincc. Salt Lahu Offlcc 257 Commercial Club Did. nnd I'oalofllco Ilox 17. J as" T.Jaheman 7 . . Manager "ThlT" paper Iskept orTflle by THE , AMERICAN. MINING. CONGRESS, Chamber of Commerce Building, Den ver, Colo., where our readers will be . welcome, to the use. of. the. leading I papers from the various mining sec- tlons of the west, a scientific library 1 and mineral exhibit. I ... j, . rrr- J NOTICE. All persons lccclvln this paper i " with tills mtlclc marhed with a ted L , - cross, -rjll understand that their mill- rM i. nsrlptlon has lcen paid for six inonthn $ from that date.'"'...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 15 November 1905

H L TAYLOR, ROMNEY, ARMSTRONG. H Wholesale and Retail I LUMBER I DEALERS Corner South Temple and 2d West St. SALT LAKE CITY - - UTAH Dell Tol. 7C5. Ind. Tol. 755. H DR. ALVAH LEWIS. H SALT LAKE PRIVATE HOSPITAL. LsLsl S?.ec,al Attention given SURGICAL an U oua I ETKICAiTCASES. H TUB ONLY STRICTLY PIUVATH HOSPITAL IN THR STATE. H No 362 H. 1st South. B Salt Lake City. m Only $45.05 Round H Trip H FROM H OGDEN AND 8ALT LAKE CITY H H NATIONAL MINING CONGRESS, H EL PASO, TEXAS. H VIA H The Quick Line to the Southwest. H Corretpondlng rates from other H points. Dates of sale November 10th H and 11th. Final return limit Decern- H ber 25th, 1905. H For Information regarding train ter- H vlpe and cheap rates, for side trips to B Old Mexico and other territories, see H or H C. F. WARREN, H , Gonornl Agont. H The Atchison, Topoka & Santa Fe H Railway Company. H 411 Dooly Clock. H Salt Lake City, Utah. H To bo nssurod ot a pleasant trip H cast, purchase your tlckota via tbo M Illinois Cent...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 15 November 1905

pi -s-s-s-s-i s , . A GIANT LAID LOW. Crippled and Made III by Awful Kid ney Dliorderi. John Fcrnaays, fruit raiser, Wob- iter, N. Y.. says: "I URcd to lift rail- j. road tlos easily HB but wrenched Immwiiw my bacIt and l&aP began to suffer wtijSP with backache yJHH and kldnoy .wpSjPJHN,. trouble. I neg (fmflthMJ$$S Iccled u UDtn 'WyWjffilizx'xk odd day a J-fc.iR' ' twinge felled mo llko a log and made me crawl on hands and knees. I was so crippM for a tlmo that I couldn't walk with out sticks, bad headaches and dizzy spells and tho kidney secretions wcro muddy and full of brick-dust sediment. Doan's Kidney Pills made tho pain disappear and corrected tho urinary trouble. I hnve felt better over since." Sold by all dealers. CO cents n box. Fostcr-Mllbum Co, Duffalo, N Y. Days of Cheap Rents. Kour shillings per nnmim was the rent of a flo roomed house In Henry VIH's time. The Isthmian Canal. Now that tho Canal Treaty has been ratified, wo may expect to seo work resumed In a short ...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 15 November 1905

(the girl at the! t halfway house? H ' X A STORY OK T II E PLAINS i H c y b. nouon, author of tiih stohy op tub covvnov T H f Ctirrtekud, DOS, tr D. Attlttt & Ctmtant, .Vtu, Vcrk CHAPTER VI. Continued. H ; "Hato to loso you," said tlio Judgo H politely "hato to loso you, of course, H but then a young man's Rot to mako H nM way; ho's cot to cot his start," H rranklln rose and turned toward tha H elder man. "If roil plcaso, Judgo," H said ho, "got tlio commlttoo npolutcd H . for tonight If you can. I'll tako tlio H examination now," H "Yes? You nro In a linrryl" H "Then tomorrow I'll go over and m say good-byo to my Blstor; and tho H next day I think I'll follow tho wagons H West. I'vo not much to put In a H wagon, so I can go by rail. Tho road's H away west of tho Missouri now, and M my lotter comes from tho very last H station, at tho head of tho track." H "So?" said tho judgo. "Woll, that H ou'it to bo far enough, suro, If you H go 'clean to tha Jumping off placo." H CHAPTER VI...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 22 November 1905

lssssP"8BSI I i H ".-' ' "The MERcfe? ' Miner: : J v - - - - I j vbL X. Mercur. Tooele County. Utah, Wednesday, November 22, 1905. No. 45- I ! '. THE MERCUR MINER. P.blltheO Every Wednetdsy .1 " Mercur, Tcoele Count. Utah. , SUBSCRIPTIONS: I Ore ccr. 7."i 8I tiuinlix. to cert. Tliw rcor.thi. -.I rem Tfccn rte I uIil onrt nnll! .l"i- ' J341-', nml iu not apply to buck se em mfs. AdomlMi.s imek nn npolleat'on tt our local or all I.hI-p office. Salt I.al.o OJIIr-e 2.TT Comiiicrclnl ciui nid Mni I'ntionicc nox y. JarTf Jakemsn Manager ThlsTpiser Is kept on ' THE. AMERICAN. MINING. CONGRCSS, Cffamber of Commerce Building, pen i ver, Colo., where our readers will be weltsme to tSe use of. the leading , uapers from fiCvarlous mining see. tlons of the wett. a scientific library ' and mineral exhibit. . ' " NOTICE. . , ' ' All per-inis iccflvlxiR this paper with this iirtltt" ninrho.l with n red ' , eros will understnnl that their sub- , Hcrtptlon Iuih been paid for six months fiom thnt date...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 22 November 1905

H sms aw H Through Service I I ST. LOUIS I I " I EAST I I I Missouri Pacific I J RAILWAY J THROUGH SCENIC I COLORADO I I I urnsm Missouri I H 9 SLEEPING CARS, I H OBSERVATION H H DINING CARS. H Electric lights, H electric Fans, H H reclininq chair cars H IIH Bj i (scats mtl IH M H UP-TO-DATE DAY C0ACHC3, M H H for Berths. Tickets, FaUers, tic, iddrtss B B H 3 H C.TOWNOCND, IH H PBi MM 1 MIMHMH U ' i 1 acltIT lOWtt, AVH B The Lond Distance Record, H THE "SCOTTY" SPECIAL. M 2,265 Miles Over Mountain and fl Plains In less than 45 hours, demon M stratlng that "Santa Fe" track, equip- ment and employees are of the de- B pendable kind. m Probably YOU wouldn't care to ride H co fast. You prefer the luxury of 3 V Regular Trains from Utah and Colo. H rado to Everywhere East and South- M Ask me for Ticket Rates and Lit- H erature. H C. P. WARRHNv M Qoncral Agent. V The Atchison, To'paka & Santa Fo H Railway Company. H 411 Dooly Dlock. ) j'i, Salt Lakp City, Utah. i To bo assurod of n plea...

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. — 22 November 1905

READ AND YOU WILL LEARN ' That tbs leading medical writers and He&chera of all tlio several schools of prictlco endorse and recommend, In tho strongest terms powlblo, each and every Ingredient entering Into tho composition i of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovert for tho euro of weak stomach, dyspepsia catarrh of stoma;)!, "liver complaint,' torpid llvor, or biliousness, chronic bowd affections, anl all catarrhal diseases ol wlmtovcr region, name or naturo. It Is also a speclllc remedy for nil such chronic I or long standing cases of catarrhal affec tions and tliolr resultants, as bronchial, throat and liiiurdNe.iHes(e:tceptconsuint-tlon)accoinrany-d with setero coughs, it Is not so oood Mr octito colds and coughs, "ant for 'lingering, or chronic cases Ft Is specially cfllenclons In producing por fect curt s It rontnlns ltlack Cherrylmrk, Oolden Soal root, Illoodrotit, Stono root. Mandrake, mot nnd Queen's root all of which uro highly praised as remedies for all tlio abo n men...

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. — 22 November 1905

HHHf- mi H 5. HI & i &" H m """ " """ , - H WMWMMMMWMMMMWMWMMBUIlttlUUlMUIIII III 1 I "J THE FATAL REQUEST h OR FOUND OUT j H Dy A. L. Ilarrla Author of "Mlno Own Familiar Friend." eicl H Copyright, IJfl, fry I'mull i'utlliAlns Company, I MJ 0 o p y r 1 p A i , 19 0 1, b y 8 t r t i t t m I A . t H CHAPTER XI. Continued. Hi "Know mo? Of course ho does!" Hb was the reply. "Didn't I buy him of H drunken old Irish woman, and mend Mfl his broken leg for lilni? And do you Hj think ho's going to forget that, though H be la only a duck?" Hi They remained pacing up and down Hi the garden paths until It was quite H dusk; the doctor persistently con- H versing on cheerful subjects, and re- H fusing to allow the conversation to H tako a morbid turn. H At nine o'clock supper was served, Hi insisting of boiled fowl and sail Hi Hi "You'll tako a leg and a wing and H ft bit of the breast?" said the hos- Hl pltablo llttlo man, as ho piled bin Hb visitor's plate. "You've got a trying B day b...

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. — 29 August 1906

wmBmxmnHmwKRHtmmKmmwKRmm&KmTmw Hr MmW I The Mercur Miner. I Vol Xl Mercur. Utah, Wednesday, August 29, J 906. n0( 3 H THE MERCUR MINER. H Published Every Wednesday H GRAY & JAKEMAN, .Publishers. H Odlco of Publication H Next door to Postofflce, Mercur, Utah. H This paper Is entered as second-class H mnttor nt tho post olllco at Mercur, M -Utah. B Subscription: j -One year, $1.00; six months, 75 cts: H threo months, SO cts. H Tho abovo prlcos nro cash in advanco j and do not apply to subscription H duo prior to July 14, 190C. W. JAS. T. JAKEMAN, B Managlng'Edltor. WW c7wBVElis LOCAlTMANAaEIl. HS Studonts, Attention! Tho Brlghum B Young University nt Provo opens H Monday, September 10, 190C. Send H for catalogue. WWl METAL MARKET. HJ Monday, the 20th, four cars of ore K from Alta, two from American Fork H and ono from Mllford wcro released Ht from tho samplers. B Tuesday, four cars from Alta and H two from Stockton were released. H Wednesday, two cars from Stock- H ton nnd ono...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 29 August 1906

by Mary evereux BJ I i 1 WTH ILLUSTPATION3 GY DOM C. WILSON BBS ? iftftt fitumrtJ H CHAPTER XXIX. BBS Less than a week later, one early BBB afternoon, the momberB or tlio houso- BBm hold nt La Teto den Enux were start- BBs led by tlio booming of cannon In the BBJj direction of Lako Dorgno. BBJ What hail happened was thin: An BBJj English flout, with twclva hundred BBS men, had, with tho Intention of throw- BBb lnp nn attacking force across Lakes BBb Dorgno und Pontchnrtaln, sailed Into BBa Lake Dorgno and opened an nttack up- BBB on tho Americans, whoso presence BBB was a surprlso to tho rnomy, as Capt. BBB 1ickycr, commanding tho latter, had BBB understood that this point was de- BBB fensolcss. BBB A florco hattlo followed, rcs'iltlng In BBB a partial victory for tho English, who BBB were now masters of Lako Uorgno. BBB It was tho Shaplrn who, lata In tho BBB aftornoon, brought this news to 1a BBB Tetc dog ICaux. BBB Tho hoiiBO was soon In a bustlo of BBB preparation, tho Inmatos p...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 29 August 1906

M. WHITLOCK, j J Dealer In g I KHARNE83 AND HOR8E FUR-3 I NI3HINQS. &l gVlaryaval Utah? 8ALT LAKE & MERCUR RAIROAD CO. TIME TABLE. Effective December 10, 190S. I Westbound. Eastbound. I No. 1 No. 2 I Arrives. Stations. Leaves. I 11:15 n.m Murcur 1:45p.m. I 11:00 a. m Summit 1:65 p. m. I 10:30 a.m Manning ....2:35p.m. I 10:05a.m.... Fairfield ....3:13 p.m. I Leaves. Arrives. I rv.KKKK...K:KKKK....K.'.' I $ L. H. GRAY, 3 S I K Land Attorney. JJ I J- Attend to nil business before Jj I 5 United Statos Land OITlce, 5 U. S. Surveyor-General, j I S State Land Bourd, g I State Engineer. 5 Land scrip bought and sold. S I S 300-301 D. F. Walker llulldlng, )s I Salt Lake City, Utah. f i.P..V..Hf.KKy.KM.V.K'.9M.Kn...KKK 1 OYRU8 a QATRBLL j IB Attorney A Counselor. i I 411 D. F. Walker Buildlnj. I Salt Lako City. XKrM.KK..rMKVMKK..Ki'y.'. GEO. W. PARKS, 3 i Land Attorney, A Auerbach Building, Salt Lake City. -J v ' Mrs. A. M. Marshal, Proj tt loath Main Street Bolt Uk Ott staatly furnish...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 29 August 1906

I Rejuvenated Alta. I A Short Sketch of the Famous Mining I District Past and Present. H BHRTjiffTfflBRjIil' 3tfct mJf &jwhiKy nPWK&t&m STARTING OF THE MAIN TUNNEL OF THE COLUMBUS CON. SEVER L YCARO AGO. M (Continued From Our Last.) B Though only flva years old, tlio Co- H lumbtiB Con. lias produced over $500,- B 000 worth of ore, and Is now sending H In tho neighborhood of 1,800 tons to tho smelters n month. PJ Though tho ores of tho Columbus nre HH In tho main high grade, thcro Is In H tho upper workings of tho mlnu nn P enormous tonnngo of milling ore. This H Is Increased ns development l pushed. Knougli, however, aro nlready uncov- ored to keep tho mill running an In- rieflnlto period to Its full capacity Theso concentrates, when placed upon HH tho market, sell for moro than enough to pay all tho running expenses of tho mine. When It Is understood that HH thcro Is nn avcrago of 125 men em- ployed In and mound tho mine, not to mention tho fifty teams nnd teamsters hau...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 29 August 1906

I ALL HALLOW'S COLLEGE, f Salt Lake City. 3 g Under the Direction of the MarUt Fathers. S ? Mountain dlf mm n,S,Ch001 for,,b0)T- S""J "i tni . art of the Rocky 5 Mountain district, nearly ono mllo abovo sea level, It enjoys an unsur. 8 iTi''irS " mrn. steam heated and elortric lighted. ? 5 iiln.MV The Institution claims to Blvo most thorough courses '5 Ji In classical, Scientific and Commercial branches, conferring degrees In 2 SflnnSMLinBPCStl?,rrC,hcmlcaUml physlcM Laboratorlof InvUeT A$ jf nno Museum and Mineralogy department. Scparato caro of llttlo boys 5 f by competent master. Gymnasium of thho best. Indoor games during 3 2 tho winter season. Compulsory military drill under tho direction of an 3 jf nrmy omccr. Music of every kind, tho band and orchestra bolng special 5 features of tho College. g Prtyato training of desirable students, outsldo 'of regular school J5 5 Ilu. n higher Mathematics, Chemistry, Assaying, and In Commercial 5 Terms moderate. Apply for full Year Hook and...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 29 August 1906

I H B No man loo poor to use H Bain Wagons No mnn wenlthy enough B lo buy bollor. H YcurgMndfttherw i lamll'arwlth B H the good qualiic ol TIo UMn, U B and your (ran cli Idrfu will be. 1 H Don't be mitirdi there It only one fi H Bett In (arm vagon, and experi' 8 H ence proclaim Daln. always Unln. H When ncedng Implement, Ve- 1 H hiclet or Stovei, write ui We tire H H you money, gtve ycu good good H and good treatment. B Leading Implement Dealers H Vt&h and Idaho H Consolidated Wagon and Machine Company H GEO. T. ODELL, Gen. Mir. Houics (t Salt Like, Ogdea, Logan, H Idaho Fall tod Montptllcr H W OLOBS BATUnOAYB AT 1 P. M. D The Modern Machinery H We have lately Installed In oor Jewelry Shoj makes It cosiltle for us to bandit difficult B work tromptly and very reasonably. Ay J ,862 9 I iii& M "MssfMAIN ST. M SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. Union Assay Office . V. SSOISH. SALT lAKa OITV, UTAH BBBBBBBBBBJ t . Mission Contributions. H, A report of the Student Volunteer j movement shows tha...

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