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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 20 January 1904

TO CUM A COM i.d j ... Taks Laxative Braxai (juts'. TabJ'. AH drosrtrta ntvmi u my ir (Alls to cura. K. XT, Orove'n clstm ,. U on each box. lie. I - . I WAWTJID- . MmBJtAXi 7-CRf.i- I af fcartxter tnd trJ letaus i I eaeh Mat (an la tbla MUMy riKiaJre. I to reeraceat and avcttlw tUJ , Hehed wealthy business hour of i I Onaatiat aUndlaj. fialnry ei.(0 m. 1 ,jr WU Pnaes additional, all Mr la OMi eaeh Wednesday dlr-t ri had offices. Horw nnd carriage to tjlahed Trhin necsasary. KfmnfM Enclose jMlf-addrtstel envelop f'ol Blal Co.. U Dwrkwn at., Chteojo. FisSd'c Vlaws h AmbiUan cwmJ Eys pepsto. 1 "DyspaiMtA," nli Ee$ts Field "often Incapacitates a du (or end mi' and eometlmes eitlnguUhn tha Ore c ambition." Thousb fw-el Joplo k.t complaint Field suffered frn fndl,' tlon all his life. A weak, tired itomti ' enn't digest jour food. It r rest. You can onlr rait It bj the i of a preparation like Kmlot, which . liars Itot work by dljraetln; your f. Rett soon rectore St to Its nwmil ui, 6trenat...

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 January 1904

HH '" t- H GREW FROM A SWITCH. B Willow Tree In Maine that Had Inter H estlng History. IH Tho old willow trco at Fort Knox, H tut down recently by W. F. Hatchol- HH tar, has nn Interesting history. It H itood on tlio John 11. t'lurco (arm, sold H to tho government for tho slto of u H tort. Sovcntyllvo years ago last May, H Mr. Plorco went on horseback to Bel- H fast ono day. On his way homo ho H tallod on Squlro Sam Shute, who leapt H in Inn at tho placo now known as H Stockton Springs. Tho old squlro kopt B (ood old Mcdford, forty years old, and H aover doctored nor watered. After re- H freshing himself with a drink of this H Inspiring bovorago Mr. I'lcrco had his H bursa brought uround, and whllo wait- R Ing for him walked over to a willow H treo and cut n small branch with H which to encourago his steed. On ar F riving homo ho throw down tho branch and ono of tho children took Hj It and stuck It In tho ground. It HM quickly took root and from It grow Di tills groat trco, now Just...

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 January 1904

3 -flaBBBBBBBBBBBBBaW bbbbbv '' uM)iti1' . r f'-'BBBB Miss Rose I-Iennessy, well known as a poetess and elocutionist, of Lexington, Ky., tells how she was cured of uterine I' inflammation and ovaritis by the use of Lydia E, Pinkham's Vegetable Compound "Dkah Mns. Pinkhaji: I havo been so blessedly helped through the- uso of Lydia E. Plnkhum's Vogctiililo Compound that I feel It but just to acknowledge it, hoping that it may help somo other woman buffering as I did. " For years I enjoyed tho bebt of health and thought that I would always do no. I attended parties and receptions thinly clad, and would bo suddenly chilled, but 1 did not think of tho results. I caught a bad cold eighteen months ago while menstruating, and this caused inilammatlon of tho womb and congested ovaries. I sufforcd excruciating pains and keptgettiug worse. My attention was called to your VoKotiililo Compound and tho wonderful ourcs it had performed, una I made up my mind to trv it for two months and co what it...

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 January 1904

H THE MERCUR MINER. B Published R Mercur, Utah's Grent Gold Camp. H Subscriptions) H One year $2.60 H Hlx months 1.K0 Three montltH ."5 H Abraham Crawford ICdltbr IH James T. Jukoinnn Mminger H . . rrr : notick. H During our' nbsonco any business H transacted with XV. H. Pccklmin for us H will bet O. IC. The gentleman will receipt 1 for money due the oirice, will tnke orders 1 for Job printing, etc. B James T. .lakeninn, H ENTER, THE NEW EDITOR. r Ladles and Gentlemen: In making this, - my llrst bow to yon In my edltoilnl ca- W puclty, 1 frankly admit I feel somewhat H shaky, and being of n retiring niul bnsh- P? fill disposition (?) this Is as It should be. Hh However, I feci conlldcnt that as time goes on the conditions will become l'a- H miliar, and I will feel nt home. Allow H mo to say that It will be my earnest B endeavor to rnuke the Morcur Miner as M Interesting and up-to-date ns possible. H I ak the assistance and co-operatlou of 1 the people of Mercur to this end. The H cn...

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. — 27 January 1904

" ""'". t i'"- B i SiS S W . iHB WWH " Vfll The Mercur Miner. I ;;a. , X V0L IX. MEUOUn. UTAH. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27. liiol N0. 4- H I ( Time Table. 8fe,- San Pedro, Los Angeles and Salt Lake Railroad. TIME CARD. stations Dally. A. M. 'LvSnlt Lake City 7:30 . r- Lehl Junction 8:40 : Cedar Fort 0:16 J? Fairfield 9:35 LvFalrfield 9:35 ArMercur (S. & M.) 10:4S . LvFlve Mile Pass 9:43 . Rush Valley 10:05 ' f Del Monte 10:20 , - Doremus 10:40 , . Houlter Summit 10:50 , Tlntlc Junction 11:15 , P. M. ""' A. M. "LvTIntlc Junction 12:15 Boulter Summit 12:35 X)oremus 12:50 , .Del Monte -. 1:15 Hush Valley 1:35 li Five Mile Pass 2:00 ArFalrfleld 2:20 Lv Mercur (S. L. & M.) 2:10 ' ArFatrfleld 3:24 f LvFalrfield 3:30 Cedar Fort 3:45 Lehl Junction 4:30 I . Trains at Salt Lake make direct con- - ' ArSalt Lake City 5:35 P. M. jiectlons for all points north and east. , E. W. GILLETT. ' General Passenger Agent. J. L. MOORE, Commercial Agent. ' r . ALT LAKE &. MERCUR TIMECARD West. East. A...

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. — 27 January 1904

I ' CEROUR jVIINEE H. ORAY.K J AKI1M AN,. Publishers LHH """ H MIJHCUR, - ...-,- UTAH UTAH STATE flEWS. H Nells J. Hcrtvlgson, ono of tho bovt H known cltlzons of Mt. Sterling, Is dead. M .Another opcrn liotiBO Is o.ie of tho m poBslhllltles'Of the near future for Og- H H Snlt Inlio phynlclnns nro opposing B tho nppointmant of a city physician H who Is 'opposed to vncclnntlon. H It hns been mndo unlawful -for any H one to drink Intoxicating liquors Q upon tho streets or alleys ot Mnlad M City. B Tho flvo-ycnr-old son of Mrs. Susan H Winwnrd, ot Snlt Lake City, fell Into M n tub of boiling water and Is .In a pre- M carious condition. M Lnscn II lack, an eight-year-old girl M -of Kanosh, was tripped up whllo run- B" -nlng from school by a boy and her H icollar bono broken. M Tho San I'cdro is pushing tho iork H on tho seven-stall round liotiso at Tin- H tic Junction and material Is belnc H rushed there as faBt ns possible. H Whllo nnullng Ico nt Dowoyvlllc, H B. M. nurbnuks had the mi...

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. — 27 January 1904

-" ll i I I j I r j I THE LIONS WHELP I . A Story of Cromwell's Tlmo i BY AMELIA E. BARR. Author of "The Dow of Orartfe Ribbon." "I, ThoU and the Other One." "The Maid of Maiden Lane." Cto. (Copjrliht, 1901, bjr Dodd, Mead & Compan. All rlibta reserved.) CHAPTER X (Continued.) "Now, Indeed, you pierce my heart. You at his mercy! It Is an Intoler able 6hame! it will make mo cry out, I oven when I slcepl I shall dlo of It. You! You to bo at his mercy at tho morcy of that Puritan braggart. Oh, I cannot endure It!" "You seo that I onduro It very com placently, Mata. Tho man behaved as a gentleman and a soldier. I have I ovon taken a liking to him. I havo also paid back his kindness; wo are quits, and as soldiers, friends. And I can assure you no one's honor suf forod, mine least of all." But Matilda was hard to comfort. Hor last' Interview with her lover was saddened and troublod by this dis agreement. This, then, was tho end of tho visit from which sho had expected so much; and ono...

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. — 27 January 1904

I 1 THE MAID sf MAIDEN liAINE j H Sequel to Tlio Dow of Orange Ribbon." A LOVE STORY BY AMELIA E. BARR H (CopyrlthU 1900. bt Amelia K. Dart) H CHAPTER IX. (Continued.) H "J caro not for such things. I am H a poor lonl, If Cornelia be not my H lady. Ornndfathor, will you bco Doc- B tor Moran for mo? You can apeak a H word that will prevail." M "1 will not, my Juris. If thy father H wore not hero, that would ho differ- H ent. He Is tliu tight man to move In H tlie matter." H "I will sco Cornelia for thco," said H Madamo Van HeemsUlrh. "1 will ask H the girl what she means. And she H will tell me the truth. Yes, Indeed, If Hj Into my Iioubo she comes, out of It PH alio goes not until I have tho why, flj and the wherefore." "Then good-by! Grandmother, you H" will speak for me?" And she smiled H and nodded, nnd stood on her tiptoe B while Juris stooped and hissed hor. H Very near the great entrance gates H of Hyde Manor ho met his father and H mother walking, dcorgo throw him- H self on ...

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. — 27 January 1904

'if LINES TO THE LIVER. Let poets rave, as poets will, About the heart nnd oul, Aiul In dome nlch-toncd sonnet still Their lofty worth extol. I, who must wulk In humble ways Ami modest muses woo, I write this simple sorie to praise The liver good anil true, What'n heart or soul to mortal man, Whiit's nn thing, nlck! To us poor bilious creatures when Th lHer's out of whnck7 WWlf S' ntlinent. 1 take It, Is All well enough and nice, Yet whin we como right down to "biz. Tin Ihir cuts tho Ice. So ilnn't you to tho spooney linrdV Toft sentiment succumb. To- 1m who highest truth mm ids Will keep his liver plumb. He knows that heart and bouI may bless A mm tnl, In n way. Hut oh' they're both "it. G." unless J ih Your llxtr's nil "O. K." im !! hi i i iimiiiii 111 mii'mnmiHF 1 1 iiiwii i 11 i n - the tulip man! I CopvriqMtd, JW.1, by The Author! 1'iibllifiing Company. Ho was u tall, gaunt, whlto haired old man of seventy or more. Ho lived alone Just across tho Btreet, in an old fashioned fram...

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. — 27 January 1904

H Trackless Trslrri's. j Tho only system of trackless trol H leys in tbo United States Is thnt nt H Bcranton, Pn., which has mado a fall B ehowing of success. In Franco and H Germany a numbct of thoso lines, H which havo electrical automobiles op H rated by nn overhead wlro, havs H proved satisfactory, tlio only objection H o them being tho fact that they ro- H julro twlco tho current used for can H operated over rails. H 10,000 riniit for ICo. H ' This Js a rcmarkablo otter the John H 1A. Salzcr Seed Co., La Crosse, Win.. H snakes. They will send you their bis H plant and seed catalog, together with H nough peed to grow H 1,000 fine, solid Cabbages. H 2,000 delicious Carrots. 1 2,000 blanching, nutty Celery. B 2,000 rich, buttery Lettuce. H 1,000 splendid Onions. H 1,000 rare, luscious Itadlshes. H 1,000 gloriously brilliant Flowers. H This great offer Is made In order to H Induca you to try their warranted seeds H for when you onco plant them you H trill grow no others, and H AM. ...

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. — 27 January 1904

I EJ Aliss Gannon, Scc'y Detroit VU f Amateur Art Association, tells ; young women what to do to j avoid pain and suffering caused 'j by female troubles. i " Dn.n Mits. Pi.vkiiam: I can con- i Bclcntlonsly rccoinnionil Lyiliu 12. ?, IMiilcIinm's Vcjrcialilo Compound I to thoso of my slt,tcrs suCcrlnjr with i! female weakness nad the troubles fj which bo often befall women. I suf- 1 fcrcd for months with pencral weak ness, and felt to weary that I had hard work to keep up. I had shooting pal no, and was utterly miserable. In my dis tress I was advised to ur .Lydlri 13. Pinkham's VcsclaMo Com i pound, and it was a red letter day to K mo when I took t'.io first doue, for at ; that timo my restoration began. In bIx weeks I was a changed woman, I perfectly well in every respect- I felt bo elated and happy that I want all women who suffer to got well as I did." f Miss Ouila. Oasnon, 359 Jones St., , Detroit, Mich., Secretary Amateur Art i Association, ssooo forfeit If ordinal of abcua i u...

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. — 27 January 1904

H THE MERCUR MINER. Published H Mercur, Utnli'B Orcat Gold Cnrnp. H Subscriptions: H One year 2.E0 j Six months '"0 H Three montliH '5 B Abraham Crawford Killtor H James T. Jakomnn Manager H notice:. H During our nbsenco any business 1 transacted with W. II. I'ecklmm for us H will be O. K. The gentleman will receipt H for n.oney due the office, will take orders H for Job printing, etc. H J air. ex T. Jakenuui, H MunnKer. H EDITOKIAL COMMENTS. H We wish County Attorney W'estervelt H of Suit Lnlu- county succobb In his pros- j ucutlou of the Tomato Catsup compii- H iiIch who have violated the I'ure Food Laws by exposing for tule and Belling Impure catsup. Anyone tending the n- M port of Chemist Harris will wish the same, the stuffs used In the udultern- H tton being something fierce, enough to H force one to exclaim "Oh, Gee!" H The article written by Senator llnnna H In the National Magazine If one.woithy H of notice by the worklngmen of this H country. He reviews the work of labor H...

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. — 3 February 1904

T"' 'f I The Mercur Miner. I m" """ "' - ' ii i , ,.. . 1. 1. 1 1 11 VOL. IX. MEKOUH, UTAH, AVEDNESJDAY, FBBRUAHY 3, 1004. NO. 5. I ! (f Time Table. j uJ i 'San Pedro, Los Angeles and Salt Lake Railroad. TIME CARD, stations Dally. A. M. LvSalt Lake City 7:30 Lehl Junction 8:40 Cedar Fort 9:15 Fairfield 9:35 .LvFalrllcld 9:35 ArMercur (S. L. & M.) 10:45 I.. v Five Mile Pass 9:43 Rush Valley 10:05 Del Monte 10:20 , Doremus 10:40 Roultcr Summit 10:50 Tlntlc Junction 11:15 P. M. A. M. XiVTlntlc Junction 12:15 Roultcr Summit 12:35 Doremus 12:50 Del Monte 1:15 Rush Vallev 1:33 Five Mile Pass 2:00 -ArFalrfleld 2:20 Lv Mercur (S. 1. & M.) 2:10 -ArFatrflcld 3:24 LvFalrfleld 3:30 Cedar Fort 3:45 Lehl Junction 4:30 Trains nt Salt Lake mnke direct con- -ArSalt Lake City C:35 P. M. Ructions for all points north nnd east. E. W. GILLETT. General Passenger Agent. J. L. MQORE, Commercial Agent. 13.VLT LAKE & MERCUR TIMECARD West. East. -Airlve 10:45 Mercur 2:10 Leave Leave 10:30. ...Summ...

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. — 3 February 1904

1 MEROUR MINEK H 0V 8 JAKHMAN, Publishers H fW.nCVH UTAH UTAH STATE NEWS. B The Lace House, one of Salt Lnko'a H lnrgcst dry Roods houses, has filed a HI petition In bankruptcy. H Clyde Kiillmcr of (Jrecn Klver fell HJ from n loft about twelvo feet to the HJ ground nnd broke his arm, besides re- Hj r.eivinK other Injuries. 1 A leading hotel of Salt Lake City Hj lias placed a. ban on cigarette smoking HS by Its employes, habitual smoking be- HJ ing cause for discharge. HJ A gun club has been organized at Hj lMeasnnt Orovo with twenty members, HJ it being the Intention to challenge nil HJ comers In shotgun shooting. HJ Assistant County Physician Odcll of HJ Salt Lake county was the victim of a HJ sleighing nccldcnt last week. In which HJ ho sustained n broken collar bone. HJ The bowling clubs of I'nyson and HJ Sprlngville hnd a contest of live gnmes HJ nt tho latter place last week. The IB Sprlngville club was victorious by 392 HJ points. HJ The cases of diphtheria reported Hi from Mn...

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. — 3 February 1904

, 2 IpTHE LION'S WHELP A Story of Cromwell's Tlmo BY AMELIA E. BARR. Author of "The Dow of Oranfe- Ribbon." "I. Thou and Iho Other On." "The Maid of Maiden Lane." Etc. (Copyright, 1901, by DodJ, Mead & Company. All tights reserved ) CHAPTER XI (Continued.) "And talking of going across fcas," aho continued, "reminds me of Cluny; neither of you seem to caro about him, yd our Jane Is fretting herself sick, and you might both of you see It." ; "Toll Jane to bo patient," said Dr. Verity. "If Cluny Is not back by the Now Year, I will go myself and bring him back. Cut remember all Is to ar range and rearrange, ordor and reor der, men to put out of ofllce, and men to put Into ofllce. The work beforo the Protector Is stupendous." J This opinion proved to bo correct. " Day after, day passed, and no word jt concerning Cluny was possible. Ono crisp, sunny mottling in Janu- E ary Jane suddenly resolved to make f. some Inquiries herself. f, "Have you heard anything about Lord Neville, Sir Tho...

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. — 3 February 1904

I &H TOT if 5" I JjpiMinMEN H In tho Grand Dnlnl I.nnm of Thibet H Great Britain lias the strnnRust enemy m eho has ever had. H Thibet llos on the (dopes of the h Himalayas, nnd haH a totnt area of H about CfiO.OOO square miles, H with a population of six mil- H Ilonn. Its capital In Lhasa (which H means "God's ground"), nnd is the H metropolis of tho Huddhlst world. Do- H cauBO It Is situated at n holRlit of B nearly twclvo thousand feet nbovo the H levol of tho sea. It Is often referred B to as the "roof of the world." H It Is the ambition or adventurous En- H ropcan travelers to make their way M Into Lhasa, and solve many of tho H mysteries which surround the sacred M city, but only throo have over dono so H and come out alive. No living Euro- B pean has ever seen the Grand t.ania. B Only ono Englishman ever got to B Lhasa and came back again, and that B was Thoinns Manning, a great friend H of Charles Lamb, In 1811. Hj However, at various times Indians B nnd Chliicso have go...

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. — 3 February 1904

i i II ' ' ' III ! a Ill 1JIIII '. " 'in " : i ' THE MAID af MAIDEN SiANE Sequel to T ijow of Orange Ribbon." A LOVE STORY BY AMEIilA E. BARR (Cop) light. 1900. by Amelia E. Hnrr) , CHAPTER X. (Continued.) "i' am not very uneasy for her; If Aronta Is in trouble she will cry It out, and call for help on every hand." During this conversation Annlo was In a revorlo which it In no way touch ed. Sho was thinking all the tlnio of her cousin George, nnd of the singular abruptness with which his lovo llfo had been cut short, and It was this train of thought which led her to sny Impulsively: "Uncle, It Is my dcslro to go to Philadelphia.". The carl looked at her with Incredu lity. "What nonsense, Annlo!" ho exclaimed. "For you a Journey to Phlladolpnia would bo an arduous un dertaking, and ono without any rca 6onablo motive." ' "Oh, Indeed! Do you call Goorgo Washington an unreasonable motive? I wish to see him." "I wish the Journey were an castor one." "To bo sure, the roads and tho cold wi...

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. — 3 February 1904

I CONSTANT ACHING. I Daclt aches all H ho time. Spoils . -,-. :..j four appetite; )$SM I wearies tho body, sxJewiuw(o worried tho mind. jK-rt433atT- Kldnoys rauso firm ri It all, and Doan'n Ji Hove and euro It. Spi &JE9HL I ' ol 201 Cherry st., OndF I Portland, Oregon, RWBh I inspector of J HflSnf I rans- Contlnon- w&Rtt-Tl U al Co., says: "I fly I jioy Pills for I ' Hh to a c k a c h o and F other symptoms of kidney trouliln ' which had annoyed mo for months. I H ihlnk a cold was responsible for the H whole troublo. It seemed to settle In I my kidneys. Donn's Kidney Pills H rootod It out. It Is several months m ,)lnco I used thorn, and up to data H- thero has been no recurrence of tho trouble." I Doan's Kidney Pills for sale by all I dealers. Price, SO cents per box. Fos- ier-Mllburn Co., IJuffnlo, N. Y. I TCO GOOD A LIArt. H Why Acquaintanceship of Long Dura I tlon Waa Severed. I "Oh, yes, I know tho plaintiff very H "Koll," said a wltnoss recently In a H dantago suit. "I ...

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. — 3 February 1904

I Subsidized Steamers. I A now Italian lino of atramora tc run to China receives a government I subsidy of $913,000. A Hussion lln I baa been cstabllnhed from Odessa to I Now York via Naples and Marselllos. I Qnlt CntiKlilntf. Why cough, when for 25o nnd this notlco you get 2." doses of MX nbo Intcly guaranteed cough euro in tablet form, postpaid. WIS. DltUR CO., LA CnOSSK, WIS. (W. N. U.) Agriculture In Caatlle. Land In Castile is in sroater pnrt levelled to the production of wheat, tnd during planting nnd harvest Umoa laborers, especially reaper, ara taken there from Callcla. TdonotbollCTol'lso'aCure for Consumption ban an equal for coughs and colds. Joint V DoTitu, Trinity Springs, tnd., Feb. 15, 1900, Dust In the Air. Approaching the great centers of population the quantity of dust held In suspension by tho air Increasos onormously. According to Sir James Crlchton Browne, the air of London contains U.O.OOO proportional partB of dust to Paris' 210,000, whllo In Argyl ehlre, Scotl...

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. — 3 February 1904

H THE MERCUR MINER. H Published H Mercur, Utah's Great Gold Camp. H Subscriptions: H One year 2.C0 H Hlx months J-J"? H Three monthH " H Abraham Crawford Editor H Jnines T. Jakeman Manager Hj During our absence any business H tnitwactcd with W. II. l'ccklmin for us H will be O. K. The gentleman will receipt H for money due the office, will take orders L for Job printing, etc. LLLwW JaincH T. Jnkeman, H EDITORIAL COMHENTS. The show billed to appear In the H opura-lioilHe will not be there on the Ctli H of thin month. The' editor would like to H explain why. Hut wliut's the uso? B An long as the iinow Is on the ground LLLt It Ih hard for the scavenger to clean up H lroicrly, but should nnyono require his B Immediate uervlct-B notice to the City H Marshal will be attended to, H At tho dances in the future wc H heartily recommend that young ladles lie the door managers, u they certainly H fioe to It that everyone has a partner. H The dance last Friday evening was a H financial success, ...

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