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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 20 March 1907

POSTS OFJAOWOOF FIRE-KILLED LODQEPOLE PINE IS WELL ADAPTED. Preserved With Creosote by a Cheap Process It Fulfills All Require Merits Discovered by Gov ernment Experiments. Washington. An experiment In the prcsorvatlvo treatment of dead lodgo ' polo plno for fenco posts, Just com pleted by tho for out survlce, on the Henrys lako forest resorvo In Rlaho, has given results of economic value both to tho people of tho community and to tho forest sorvlco. It Iiub demonstrated that flro-kllled lodgcpolo pine Is well adapted to treatment with creosote by an exceedingly slmplo process. Tho demand for durable posts by ranchmen In tho vicinity of Henrys lako has hitherto been met by tho ubo of red cedar, but tho supply of thUi species Is now completely exhausted. Tho only native trees at present avail-' able for posts aro lodgcpolo pIho, quaking nspen, and Douglas fir. Though durability varies with tho soundness nnd dryncsH of tho posts when plnced In tho ground and with tho chnractor of tho ...

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. — 20 March 1907

I DOES YOUR BACK ACHEr Cure the Kidneys and the Pain Will H Never Return. H . Only ono snro way to euro nn nching H t l)af It Curo t ho cause, tlio kidneys. H Thousnntln toll of H bbkp euros made by Doan's JfT 2 Klilny I'llls. JnhnC. H .BEswJ&t n ( ti t merchant of BJ MKL.) S w a I n h I) o r o, fla., H bmibsSKm sa "''or several H- BaMBBbttf yonrw my kidneys H Wr5Sy v'oro nrfectod, and H iJvPJ"' ,,IJ' uar'c ncllf,,l iay HI hsW I and nlfilit. I was H languid, nervous and lnmu In tho H morn I n(,' Doan'ri Kldtioy Tills helped H mo right away, and tlio gloat relief H that followed hat boon poimanent." H Sold by all denlers. r0 cents a box. IVHtor-MIIburn Co., Iluffalo, N. Y. H Winston Churchill when ho has an H Important piece of writing before him H eats very llttlo meat and cuts his al H lowanco of tobacco In half. He finds H that this reglmo elves unusual clarity H to bis mind. H Worth Knowing About. H It you need a first-clans laxative, H thcro Is nothing better nor safer than ...

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. — 20 March 1907

: WARRR OAT, m STOIfCH . LADDER lEORGANS- W. A. Mitchell, dealer In general merchandise, Martin, On., writes "My wife lost In wulfilit from 130 to 08 pounds. We saw she could not II vo Ions She was a skeleton, ho wo consulted an old physician. Ho told her to try Pentna. "Sho gradually commenced Im proving and getting a little Btrength. Sho now weighs 106 pounds. Sho Is Raining eory day, nnd does her own housework and cooltlng." FAVOURITE rForPreserYing,Purifyins: 'and Beautifying the Skin, Scalp, Hair, and Hands. CsUcora Fosp rorsMaM illnla mdlriul "??' ! rrop.nl.. d.rlJ Irsm Catltiira. ikt I" JfiJ Curs, wlih ti.s pmi l MpMti lr rs4issi,a at met l.lr.iMsl .1 "owsrodsrs. '""J'J' world. Hfpoiii Hu, nrmnAom Mi rsrls, RHdili Mil aumslls. R.1sss '-. i'iytl Corf, sslsl'r.ps. Don't Pusltyj j 11 Tiie horse can draw the IflH U load without help, if you fmm T reduce friction to almost 111 j nothing by applying ISm vflNf to the wheels. FM MVI No other lubri- VL jkV!j jvHjw cant ever made T JBN...

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. — 20 March 1907

if EDITORIALS. This paper latin M- at tuo nmoricau Mining Congi-can. Denver. Colormlo. ThE LUKE AGENCY. M'ltord TlmPH. It looks as If tliu law-making power wuro Riving mora nttuntlou nml llio luw-piiforcltig )owcr n llttlu Icxs at (entlon than tho situation actually rotitilros. It doca not look altogether illRnlllcri for u Htate to axpend bo much or Its force upon so luslgtilllcunl n subject, which in turn Is corro spor llngly illgtilllod beyond proper proportions. 11 any ordinary person violates tho law tho remedy is always nt hand ready inado, requiring hut tho uggresslvo action ot those who nro chosen lor that purpose to give tho violator tho needed lesson; but when It comes to it tusslo with the Luke gentry there Is n failure, right nlong anil tho legislature Is Invariably up pealed to for t remedy to lit tho case, 'lhls Is a commentary that is not pleasing to thu good citizen who gives It thoughtful attention. The predecessor of tho present county attorney for Salt Uako county ...

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 September 1907

The MerIur Miner. I B , -ttt " - " ji" j ."M.ig - H Vol. XII. Mercur, Utah, Wednesday, September 25, J 907. No. 34. I THE MERCUR MINER. H Published Every Wednesday. THE MINER PRINTING & PUBLISH- INQ COMPANY. H Ottlce publication, Center Street, Mor- cur, Utah. SUBSCRIPTION: H Ono year, $2. CO; bIx months, $1.50; throe months. $1.00. H This paper Is entered as second-class mutter nt the pout ofilco at Mercur, Utah C V. nVEItS LOCAL MANAOKU RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Tho L. D. S. Sunday school will H convene at 10 o'clock a. m., meeting m at 8 o'clock p. m. every Sunday. Everybody Invited. k Spcclnl Meetings, Deacons' meet- H Ing Monday evening; teachers, Wednesday evening; choir practice, R Friday ovcnlns. J. W. Leo. Bishop. SALT LAKE AND "MERCUR R. R. Westbound. Kastbound No, 1 No, 2 Arrlccs. Stations. Leaver t 12:25 p.m. ... Mercur ... 1:45p.m. & 11:60 n.m. ... Summit .... 1:65 p.m. AT 10:60 n.m. ... Mnnnltig ... 2:35 p.m. ,' 10:16 a.m. ...Fairfield ... ..:0S p.m. To take effect S...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 25 September 1907

I MARCH B OF THE WHITE GUARD H -Dy SIR GILBERT PARKER H ICoprilltliMlia.ojrK.r.VrnnoACo.) H CHAPTER IV Continued. Q And Jaspar Hume was loft nlono Willi tbo starving Indian, who sat be- B sldo tlio flro eating Voraciously, and m the sufferer, who now mechanically 1 was taking a Httlo biscuit sopped In Hj brandy. For a few moments thus, B and his sunken eyes opened and ho m looked dazedly at the man bending 3t flovo Win. Snjjdenly there enmojnto. HH Them f look of terror. "You you aro Jaspar Hume," tbo volco said In K nn awed whisper. B "Yes," and the hands of tbo Sub- M factor chafed thoso of the other. m "Hut you said you wcro a friend, m nd como to savo me." K "i am coma to savo you." Tbcro was n shiver of tho sufforer'n HL body. This discovery would either m make him stronger or kill blm alto- B (ether. Jaspar Humo know this, and J said: "Varro linage, tho past Is past R ii nd dead to mo: let It bo so to you." H There was a pauso. m "How did you know about me?" B "t was at Kort P...

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. — 25 September 1907

A BEAUTIFuL COMPLEXION Now Revealed. FREE What beauty Is more dculrablo thau nn exqulalto complexion and elegant Jowols. An opportunity fop every wo. man to obtain both, for a limited time ouly. Tho directions and reclpo for ob taining a faultless complexion Is tho secret long guardod by tho inantor inlmla of the ORIENTALS and UltUEKS. '. This wo obtained after years of work and at groat expense. It Is tho method used by tho falrcBt and most beautllul women of Europo. Hundreds of American wqmen who now uso It have oxpressed their do light and satisfaction. This secret Is easily understood and simple to follow and It will savo you tho oxponso of croams, cosmetics, bleaches and forovor gtvo you a beau tiful comploxlon and frco your skin from pimples, bad color, blackheads, utc. It alono Is worth to you many times tho prlco wo ask you to send for tbo gcnulno diamond ring of lat st derlgn. Wo .' you this ring as one small rollt abi..o manufacturing cost. Tho prlco Is less than ono-balf ...

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 September 1907

I RINCSTERS ARE TO STAND TRIAL H Fourteen of the Alleged Pennsyl- H vania Capitol Thieves Are to be H Brought Iuto Court. H Defendants Are Charged With Consplr- H acy to Defraud the State by Meant B of False Invoices Congressman H Cassel One of the Men to H be H Harrlshurg, Pa. Warrants for tbo H arrest of fourteen persons Involved In B tlio state capltol scandal wno Issued H on Wednesday by two Harrlsburg al- H ilcrmcn, on Information furnished by H Attorney (lonural Dodd. Each of tlio B defendants was charged on several counts with conspiracy to chent and K defraud tlio statu by making falsa In- B voices, nnd four of thorn aro also charged with obtaining money under fnlBO protonscB. Tho men for whom warrants woro Is- J sued Includo all of tho eighteen per- HBH' 1.0ns and llrniB, Including Congress- HHH man Cassol, montlnned by tho Inves- B ligation commission In Its report to H Governor Htnurt as being Involved In H the eapltol rontrnrts, with tho ox cop- B tlou of Finnk (1. Harri...

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. — 25 September 1907

Great Things in Store for North Bingham. The Nevada Exploration and Milling and the Utah Newspaper and Mining Companies Benefited. TWO FEET OF $500 ORE IN NORTH BINGHAM. Eagle Bird Company Makes. Good Gold Strike In Darney't Canyon. GOES THROUGH SOLID IRON. Formation of 22-Foot Ledge Gives Promise of Great Things. Two feet of oro that runs JB24 a ton. In roM. It Isn't a Goldfleld nor ovon a Soven Trough strike It Is In Bingham, and North Bingham at that. Tho Eaglo Bird Mlnlnc & MllllnK company, operating in Barney's and Marker's canyons, ran Into n Toln a fow days ago that gives tho returns mentioned. About two tons of tho ore hnvo been saved and It Is appar ently getting better ns tho vein is opened up. A. 0. Mahan, an omccr of tho company, took a samplo clear ncross tho vein and had It assayed. Tho assayer'a certificate shows val ues at 20.20 ounces In gold to tho ton. somo silver and copper. While these values aro highly grat ifying to tho management, It may ns well bo Bald a...

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. — 25 September 1907

I THE DELUGE I By DAVID GRAHAM PHTLLIRS, Author of "TTfECOSTdtc H CHAPTER XXVIII. Continued. H t braced myROlt for tho worst. "Sho H Is about to toll mo that Bho la leav- H log," thought I. Hut I managod to H say: "I'm glad to hoar ot your luck," H though 1 roar my tono was not oBpo- H clall) Joyous. H "So," br wont on, "I am In ft poM- H tlon to pay back to you, 1 think, what H my father and Sam took from you. H It won't bo enough, I'm afraid,, lo pay H what you lost Indirectly. Hut I hao H told tho lawyers to mako It all oor B to you." ( 1 could havo laughed aloud. It was too ridiculous, this situation Into which I had got myself. I did not know what to say. I could hardly keep out ot my faco how foolish this M collapso of my crafty conspiracy mndo H cno fcol. And tbon thu ful Meaning of what sho was doing enmo over mo m tho rorolatlou of her character. I 1 trusted myself to steal a glnnro at H nor; and for tho first tlmo I didn't M loo tho thrilling azuro sheen over hor Hi j smoo...

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. — 25 September 1907

I A NEW TRIUMPH IN DIP MAKING I DOUBlt TNCNOTH. LOW COST. 1 tC5 fBtlOHT ' I V-yoN'PoieoNOua r Absolutely (tee from anr etude eubtlance. ! Contains no tar oils. Infallible In curaUse effect. No Injury to sheep or wol. Requires no addition besides water, Noiedtment. No Hlrrlnr. Mliei with cold water whether hard, brackish, alkali or aally IT USE PEWUHUD In all OtTICUL DIPPIMCI CUWtS aUNOE and IICE OH CATTLE OR HOC MUCH CHEAPER THIN TOBACCO AND CRUDE LIQUID DIPS NO DEARER THAN LIME AND SULPHUR Igal.aakes 120 call forScab. official tlrenith or WO jail, lor tlcka, lice, etc. 1 a1 Can 1.7J, gal Can S.SO. to ial. bil. 75.CC VTItlM. COOPER k NEPHEWS 177 llllnolltl..Chlcige order or roun merchant or wmt Or.8. D.CILLETT, Conoral Agent 716 SIXTH AVC, SALT LAKE Cllf, UTAH. It's About Time Now To begin tblclfng of (ellins tome food piece of Jewelry for tie holidays. Oor lines are now complete, ao write at once. I NESTABUJHID' - BTMAIH St SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. Fine Rcpairiaf, Watch and Jewelry. S...

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. — 25 September 1907

HI ' H UNION A83AY OFFICE. B ChemlsU and Aatayers. m Al. S. Uanaucr. J. V, Sadie' H 162 Wost Tomplo. H ,I. O. t)ox ma. Salt Lake City, Utah H Analytical Work a Specialty. - j BETTLE8, MATHEZ &. CO., H , 'Aatay, Chemical and Metallurgical H Laboratory. M 358 South West Temple Street. H Bait Lako City. Utah. H W. G. KING, MANAGER. H FHANK A. BIRD. CI1A8 S. COWAN H ASSAYERS. M Analytical Chemist. M ICO South West Tomplo, H Salt Lake City. Utah. B fifteen assays or analyses for 3. H flold, Silver, Lead, Copper, Iron, H Zinc, Silica, Calcium ana Mangan H Wrlto for particulars. H THE HENRY HANSON CHEMI- H l CAL RESEARCH CO.,. H , - Analytical and Consulting Cliem- K "" Ints, 54 Railroad Dulldlno, H Denver, Colo., U. 8. A. jf THE KEELEY CURK. H ' Drunkenness Cured. f A positive and permanent cure H for drunkenness and the opium d' H eases. There Is no publicity, no 1 sickness. Ladles treatod as prl- vatcly as at tholr own homes. The H Kcoley Institute. 331 W So. Tern- H pie, Salt Lake ...

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. — 2 October 1907

I Vol. XII. Mercur, Utah, Wednesday, October 2, 1907. No. 36. H I THE MERCUR MINER. Published Every Wednesday. E THE MINER PRINTING & PUBLISH- I INQ COMPANY. I. ' r Offlco publication, Center Street, Mor- JZ cur, Utah. I SUBSCRIPTION: I " Olio year, $2G0; six months, (1 .CO; I" throe months, $1.00. i This paper Is entered i9 second-class f i tnatter nt the post offlco at Mercur, 1 Utnh. C. W. EVKHS LOCAL MANAOKIt 17 - ' f I.IJMIII J I, III. ... ' $&' .RELIGIOUS SERVICES. A " ' The L. D. S. Sunday school will conveuo nt 10 o'clock n. m mooting flt 8 o'clock p. m. every Sunday. 7 Krerylioily Invited ', Special Meetings, Deacons' moot- V. ' Ing Monday evening; teachers, g?&7' .. Wednesday evening; choir practice, &.' V Trldny ovcnlns. J. W. Lee, Illshop. J i E. EDITORIALS. 1j . IT SPEAKS WELL. I' ' ' It speaks well for any Individual 1 or community that, striking 111 luck jlj or repression, still forges ahead, undls- mayed, hopo unchecked, fearless, bravo nnd true. Merc...

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. — 2 October 1907

STORYgjP I MARCH H OF THE WHITE GUARD M SIR GILBERT PARKER H (Co;il(M,l("l,tjrl(. ImnoAOo.) B CHAPTER VI Continued. H The Whlto Guard hnd coino Imck! H Tlioy voro met with cries of praise, broken by an occasional choking sound from men llko Sergeant Cohbc. Jnn- B par Huino has simply acknowledged his H wulcomo ob lie bud dono the Godspeed 1 two months nnd more ago. He with H tho Knctor boio tho sick man lit, and B laid him on Mb own bed. Then ho 1 enmo outside, and when thny cheered him again, ho said, "We have vomo H. itafely throiiRh and I am thankful. Hut Bt remember tlint my comrndes In this march deserve jour cheers In this ns H ' much as I. Without them t could " have dono nothluR In tho perils that H lay between hero and tho llanon B GroundB." H "In our Inllrinltli'H and In nil our H dangers and necessities," added Jen H Hydo, "tho luck of thu world was M In tho book!" H In another hair hour tho Whlto H Guard was at euso, and four of thorn H wcro gathered about tho great stov...

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. — 2 October 1907

! r ( TIMELY AND RELEVANT. Authorities ngreo that tlio number of visitors from America to London tlilH yrar In unprecedented Tlio nmottnt of inonoy t!m IiimuUm-s loft behind them nlMi la lmpreoendented. As to how much this I. tho eNilmntos vary fiom $76,000,000 to $100,000.00(1 4 f -f Thu International Mercantile Mnrine company hns nnouitced n reduction In wist ward bound llrst cabin minimum intes on tho Wltlto Star and Ameri can Mm. Hntes on tho White Star s llnor Oceanic have been I educed from $105 to $82. CO, and on tho Majestic from $90 to $G7.f0. On tho four Am erican lino ships tho rato Imb been ro duced from $90 to $07. BO. Tho re ductions will tnlto effect Immediately, --- It will coHt about $1,000,000 to re habilitate Central park, Now York. That the great beauty upot Is deterior ating at n rato that will soon mako It tin oyettoro, and that tho money has jjot to bo spent If tho park Is to bo paved. Is tho opinion o'f John H. Boat ty, superintendent of the parks of Manhntta...

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. — 2 October 1907

I SAILORS CAST I UPONJLEAK ISLE H Four of the Crew of an American H Bark Perish and Others Endure H Horrible Sufferings. H Boat Built From Wreckage l Uied B to Seek Assistance For Suffering H Men Marooned on Island In H "the Land of Fire." M New Vork. The story of tlio wreck H, of thu American bark 1'russla, on i bleak Staten Islnnd, Terra del Fucgo, M 'tho land or lire," Is a thrilling one. H Six of thu crow linvu been landed hero fl by tho steamer from Montevideo. Four H perished and three nru In a hospital M at I'untas Arenas. Tlio Prussia was H owned In San Francisco and sallod M from Norfolk, Va .Mnrch 27, with a H cargo of coal for San Francisco. On M tho night of Juno 19, which was H stormy and bltteily cold, whllo Cap- H tain Johnson was' trying to mako tho H Now Year's Island light, the bark vent Hi nshore and soon broke up. Klovcn ot Hj tho thirteen men in tho crew sue- Ht ecedod In reaching a strip of sand, Hi sheltered Eomowhat by overhanging H& rocks. At dawn it wns...

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. — 2 October 1907

rf tyMm tijfwji ipiwtfwji iia(iMBHtfMftim 2 (JASOUNB U0HT1NU 9Y8TKMS OF All. KINDS ff SI'KCIAL KAMI'S FOIl THK HOME J K Absolutely Bafo and rolln'jle GOO-candlo power, 3-4c per hour ft JL Full lino of MantelH, (Hobos, etc Corrosomlinco solicited M 8nntl us illaRram of your building and wo will submit estimate. SUNBEAM M011T COMPANY, 107 K. Second South Street, f SALT LAKE CITY . ff FACTS ARE NOT MISLEADING. 3UR SUCCESS IN PRACTICE 18 ALONE DUE TO THE RESULTS OBTAINED THROUGH THE WONDERFUL SCIENCE, CHIROPRACTIC. I'copln who como to us are, as n rule, without a vcstlgo of hope, and after taking our druglcss treatment for n Hliort time, you can sco the bloom of health upon their cheek. How Is this condition brought about? Through tho wonderful science of chiropractic, which Is tho only science practiced today that exactly locates ' ' DR. FARN8W0RTH. With tho Utah Drugless Institute. and removes tho cauio cT disease, and enables nature, tho grandest of nil physicians, to perform her fun...

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. — 2 October 1907

H - PROPRIETARY REMEDIES VS. H PHYSIGIANS' PRESGRiPTlOfJS H Statistics Show, of the Deaths from H Misuse of Drugs In Two Years, Only B Three Per Cent. Were Due to Patent B Medicines, According to Figures B Based on Medical Certificates. BH The press committee of the Proprlo- H tary Association of America will pre- H sent at th- next meeting of that body ggH a tvport shotting the number of acri H dentnl deaths caused by patent mcdl- ggH clncs In the two years ending Juno 30, fl 1907, ns compared with deaths from H other H Almost Immediately after the begin- H nlng of tho latest crttsnd against H proprietary medicines this committee H wait Instructed to collect data. This B work was dono through the clipping HH bureaus, which furnished nccounts of H. all deaths, oxcluslvo of suicide, duo to H' tho misuse of medicines, drugs or H poisons. Tho result showed that only H threo per cent, could be traced dl- H rcctly to tho products ruado by tho H members of tho association. Tho greatest ca...

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. — 2 October 1907

JODNEYTROUBLE Suffered Two Years Relieved In Three Months. MR. C. H. ri.BK. ML Sterling, Ky writes, : " have suffered with kidney and other trouble for ten years past. "Last Mil tch I commenced using Pcrtinn nml continued for three moutht. rl havo tint used it siuce, nor linve I full u pain. ''I believe Hint I nm well nnd I there fore give my highest commendation to the curativu qualities of I'eruna." Pe-ru-ns For Kidney Trouble. Mrs. t!ro. II. Slmscr, Grant, Ontario, Can., writes: "I hail not been well for about four years. had kidney trouble, and, In fact, felt badly nearly all the time. "This summer I pot so very hail I thought I would try Pcrunn, so'l uroto to you nml began nt onco to tuhu Pcmnu nml Munulin. "I took only two bottles of Pernnii nml ono of Mnmilln, nml now 1 feel butter than I haro for some time. "I feel that I'eruna ami Miiniilln ciireil me nml made n different woman of me altogether. I bless thudny I pliltcd up the little book and reud of your I'eruna. ' It Is t...

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. — 2 October 1907

Laaaaaaaaaf LaaaaaaH H CompUeTwith'nll requirement of llwTNalionafPurc Food Law, Gimantec No. 204 1 , filed at Washington. Laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal V f( ir ii ga- ' .T Ta. '"' -r f . -aV. 1 I," rfU , T, JaaaaaaaaR TOBfcC5r3SVltV - .. , ., , x H "Wc dined in some of the H finest hotels and restaurants, but j H did not find any coffee to excel H in quality Aibucklcs'ARIOS A"? H That is what one Jady writes and millions of others prove they believe, j by using more Arbucldcs' ARIOSA B ' Coffee than all the other packaged coffees in the United States put H together, & H The fact that Arbucklcs' H ARIOSA Coffee costs less and H has suited the health and taste of H most American people for over H UNION ASSAY OFFICE. H Chemlita and Anayen. B M. 8. Hanaucr. J. V. Sadie' H 162 West Temple. H P. O. Do H4G. Salt Lake City, Utah H Analytical Work a Specialty. B , - fl BETTLE8, MATHEZ & CO., H 'Assay, Chamlcal and Metallurgical H Laboratory. H 168 South West Temple Street. M Bait Lako City,...

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