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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 5 February 1908

B 1 , . . v f f v' -- - L , B A. .t1 , . tj l hi - ... ' 4 ' v PBB VolXIII. Mercur, Utah, Wednesday, February 5, 1908. No7T t KLHr i B THE MERCUR MINER. B- Published Every Wednesday. H THE MINER PRINTING & PUBLISH- H INQ COMPANY. B Ofllco publication. Center Street, Mor- f cur, Utah. B SUBSCRIPTION: Hp One year, $2.60; bIx months, 11. CO: B Uiroo months, J1.00. H This paper Is entered as second-class H matter at tho post offlco at Mercur, H C. W. EVEKS LOCAL MANAGElt H JAS. T. J AKEMAN,. Managing Editot B TOOELE COUNTY OFFICERS. H County Seat, Tooele City, B Clerk Ivan AJax. H Treasurer E. M. Orao. H Recorder P. V. Fralley, B Sheriff A. O. Evans. H Awewor--J. A. MUlwnrd. B Attorney J. D. Gordon. 1 Surveyor Haines Grlndley. B Commissioners C. Lo Roy Andor- t son, J. G. Ilfovrn and W. J. Ham- B monS. B P EDITORIALS. jjj B EDITORIAL NEWS BRIEFS. B A tnob of North Carolina negroes f lynched tho proprietor ot a negro the- m atrlcal outfit because his show did not Bt come up to the ad...

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. — 5 February 1908

H Hbout flMnes, fflMnfno, - anb flMnfno (then. I Write-ups of a few of Utah's Great Camps from the Local Papers. I STOCKTON, H The Old and The New and The "To Be." H (Continued From Last Week) H Stockton Sentinel. M It was about this tlmo that another B factor camo to Stockton, In tho pur- H son of Mr. J. J. Trcnam, tho founder H of tho Stockton Gold Mining & Mill ing company, which has recently been merged Into tho New Stockton Min ing company. Mr. Trennm gained rontrol of tho Hen Harrison group of (TiiTms and with this as a foundation has added territory and prosecuted development work until ho hag evolved ono of tho greatest mines In tho stato of Utnb, If not In tho west. Uy tho running of tho Honorlno tunnol, under tho direction of E. J. Ilndditz, whoso nnmo Is unalterably fixed In tho history of tho camp, a H k W 1 1 TIIIRD ANNUAL S I 1 r 1 Ks excijt?sion I I I CALIFORNIA I VIA Febir90T8'i H Join the Good Fellows and spend a H S few weeks in the land m jK H m of sunshine. N...

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. — 5 February 1908

flfglRLSuIl I THE HOUSE OF II A THOUSAND CANDLES Dr MEREDITH NICHOLSON Aolhtr it "THE MAIN CIUNCE." ZUDA DAMEsON." Etc. '1' " Up;tl(ht iwt bjr Ilobbt-llmlll Co. CHAPTER XI. Continued. "Woll." ho exclaimed, "this hns ' been very pleasant, but I must run. I Imvo Just boon ovor to boo Morgan, tho caretakor, at the resort vlllagn. Tho poor follow accidentally shot him self yostorday cleaning hla gun or somothlng of that sort, and ho has an ugly holo In his arm that will shut him up for a month or worse. Ho .gavo mo an errand to do for him. Ho's a conscientious follow and wished mo to wlro for him to Mr. l'lckorlng that ho'd boon hurt, but was attondlng to his duties. l'lckorlng owns a. house at tho farther end of tho colony and Morgan has charge of It. You know l'lckorlng, of course?" I lool.od my clerical neighbor straight In tho eyo, a trlflo coldly, per haps. I was wondering why Morgan, with whom I had enjoyed a duel In my own collar only a few hours beforo, should bo reporting his I...

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. — 5 February 1908

H fcl I -I ! I MX 'f H ." " "" T M -f L. H. QRAY, H Land Attorney. H -f Attend to all business beforo 1 United States Land Omco, , U- S. Survoyor-aonoral, ' " BUte Land Board, j -f Btato Engineer. ,-t H Hall Lake Cltr. Utah. H !f, 44--f:4- B . :. 9m Curious Compound Capsules conv H bine the virtues of Big a, Pabst O. K., H Santat Pepsin, and sell for $1.25 a H box. Mall orders promptly attended H to. Doull Drug Co., Distributors, J8 M Main (It, Salt Lake City. H None genuine without the trade H mark tho burlaw D. THKKCt LEY CURE. Drunkenness Cured. A poaltlvo an I permanent euro for drunkennoss and the opium d' east-it. Thero Is no publicity, no sickness. Li dies treated as prl rately as at Uiclr own homes. The Keoley Institute, 334 W Ba Tea. plo. Bait Lake City, Utah. f unique! jziwis. 1 I enjoyabiei i':l::i:i 1 HEALTHFULl "V.ETS ft SALT LAKH HOT SPRINM I Sanitarium I DA 1 tlD Salt Lata City ; ft, Buttw iwi N ftimOl w m a4 M-tr w un, BU UU rV Eh H waft v yMla mk I AMBvMHtBakirnUUM4...

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. — 5 February 1908

SIZZLING WTESSAGE SENT 10 CONGRESS PRE8IDENT ROOSEVELT SCORE3 ' DIG CORPORATIONS' BECAUSE OF1 THEIR ATTITUDE. STANDARD'S METHODS. ARE TORN TO PIECES i Tendency of Oil Concern to over-' I Awe, Crush and Disdain Public," I ;" Proves Warm Theme In Chlef'o 1 , Communication. I TTesfdent rtoosovcH'ii HlzallnR 'in- H sage, to conKreee ankcd the enactment 1 ' nf ii' fair employera' liability luw. more I power for the Interstate Commerce I Cotumleelon. ami tho executive attain 8 culled to the attention of tile Inw- I mnkur bin campaign iiRulnnt the "spn- 1 daily privileged rich." ltuBurdlnfr the I oinpfoyerK' llalillity act, recently do- Q olnred uncoimi.utinnnl hy thu eupreme court, the president enld: "A regards ti"" employers' liability law, I advocate t Immediate reetmct mont. limiting ItH scope no thnt It shall nppiv only to the cIiiks of cubbs as to -which the court snye It can conitltu tlonally apply, but strejifUhenlnK lt provisions within thin ncope. Interstate employment belli thu...

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. — 5 February 1908

H The Cause of Many H Sudden Deaths. H Tliere is n disease prevailing In this JpPJ country most dangerous because so decep- H r"i HI II El'LJftV tlve. Many sudden 1 Td f !(w p-P deaths nre caused ! tfeA'w??rJ3J y it heart dis- Ppfj Mr7) TJ$alilj& easei iiieuiiionin, TIIKJw fS tuC heart failure or ! J ts?v "YrrV MB P apoplexy are often H elfc3 lN VTil ,lie re,l,It of kil1' H '7?lr---iJU I i &l I "ey disease. If Hi'' W!W kidney trouble is PH C?2r"V V U E" i all cl to ail vattc?a ifH j --yPLi thekldney-poisou- H luiuir- ed blood will at- ifH tack thevttal organs, causing catarrh of ifH the bladder, or the kldnc-s themseUes ifH break down and waste away cell by cell. ifH Illadder troubles almost al ays result ifH from a derangement of the kidneys nnd if-V-H n cure is obtained quickest by a proper IPH trentntsnt of the kidneys. If you arc feel- ifafafj ini lnH-you can make no mistake by IPH taklnjrlJr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the ifH great icidney, liver and bladder remedy. ifH It c...

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. — 5 February 1908

HOUSE WORK Thousands of American w)men In pur homos nro daily sacrificing Ihcir lives to duty. In order to kcon tho homo neat and pretty, tho children well dressed and tidy, women overdo. A feinalo weakness or displacement Is often brouclitonnndthoysuirerin silence, drifting along from bad to worse, knowing well that they ought to havo holp to overcome tho pains and aches which daily mako lifoaburden. It is to theso faithful women that LYDIAE.PINKHAWS VEGETABLE COMPOUND comes as a boon and a blessing, ns it did to Mrs. F. Ellsworth, of Mayvillo, N. Y., and to Mrs. W. P. Boyd,of Beaver Falls, Pa., who say: "I was not ablo to do my own work, owing to tho female trouble from which I suffered. Lydia E. Plnklmm's Vege table Compound helped mo wonderfully, and I am so well that I can do as big a day's work a I ever did. I wish every sick woman .vouid try It. I - FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydia E. link ham's Vcgctaolo Compound, mado i from roots and horbs, has been tho standar...

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. — 5 February 1908

RElCN OF TERROR EXISTSJW LISBON H Situation Not Improving, There Be- B ing Constant Rumors of Plots H' and Counter Plots. B Police Raid Restaurant In an Effort to B Capture Conspirators and Are Met H With a Storm of Bullets, the H Conspirators Escaping. H Lisbon; Whllo outwardly ovory H khlug seoms calm and peaceful) yet H Itfcoro la a steady Increaso of norvous- H fioss and oxcltcment among all classoH H pt tho population, owing to tlio con Hj htant rumors of plot and counterplot H find tho persistent activity of the po- H Mco, who dally and nightly oxamlno H tho houses of suspocts nnd mako ar- H rests. On tho night of January 28 H Micro was a bloody fight In a small H t-estAuront on tho outskirts of Lisbon. H Uiixpoctlng tho prcsenco of a crowd H pt conspirators, the pollco surrounded H jind raided tho restaurant. Tho aw H thorltIC8 wero right In tho surmlso, H nnd they found tho plotters armed H ' With revolvers. H Tho policemen wero nrnt by a vol H toy of bullots, and ono of tho...

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. — 12 February 1908

HP. "w i bbbbbbI I .. .' The MERcilr MKEr.;k, I .r --- . hr- - - - - -.- - v -'i& H P Vol. XIII. Mercur. Utah, Wednesday, February 12, 908, lS2SU?i ".H AC w " " ; THE MERCUR MINER. mm " Publlihed Every Wednesday. THE MINER PRINTING & PUBLISH B INQ COMPANY. Ofllco publication, Contcr Street, Mcr- W cur. Utah. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, $2.60! bIx months, U.GO; , H throe months, $1.09. i ' This paper Is cntcrod as second-class I matter at tho post ofllco at Mercur, Utah. I C. W. 13VBRS..T. .LOCAL MANAOEIL I JAS. T. JAKEMAN.. Managing Editor I " TOOELE COUNTY OFFICERS. ! County Seat, Tooele City. Clerk Ivan AJax. Treasurer E. M. 'Ormo. Recorder P. W. Frailer. Sheriff A. O. Evans. Assessor J. A. MUlward. Attorney J. D. Cordon. ' T v' Surveyor Haines Qrlndley. Commissioners C. Lo Roy Ander son, J. O. Drown and W. J. Ham r, . moni. L , ' U Local & News Ite-ns I RELIGIOUS SERVICES. f Tho L. D. S. Sunday school will convene at 10 o'clock a. m., mooting j at 8 o'clock p. m. every Su...

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. — 12 February 1908

H Hbout flMnes, flMnfng, anb flIMnfng flften H Write-ups of a few of Utah's Great Camps B from the Local Papers. MARYSVALE. H A Camp with a Good H Past and Good Future H (Continued From Last Week) H Mnrysvalo Courant. 1 Tho past year has boon ono or great H vicissitudes In tho district, and though H discouraging at times, thcro has been H nothing which Bhoiilil work to tho last- H Ing Injury of the mines or their tilti- H mato valuo ns mining iiroposltons. On H tho contrary, theso bid fair In tho near H futuro to work for tho lasting bencllt B of all concerned. H J lloth tho Annlo Liurlo and tho Ho- vler mines havo panned Into tho hands f receivers. Tho former property B has been sold nnd lms passed Into tho H hands of n set of men who nro hard H at work upton u program which will, If followed with sufllclcnt tenacity, B end In placing tho mlno onco more among tho great dividend payers of H tho state. Tho latter Is still Inactive, B but tbcro are negotiations now under way which wil...

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. — 12 February 1908

I i. IBECQWHSWirE CHAPTER XXIII. Continued. As he finally passed beyond tlio en--niy's pickets and felt safe, his thoughts began to turn onco mora towards Lyndlmrst. Ho wondered whether the old darky with his snatl-movlng mule could liae arrived and delivered the note Major Worden . had so kindly written con corning his rate. if so, how would she receive It? Colonel John wanted to bo magnan imous, but ho was deeply Interested here, and ho never In his llfo wished so much for anything as a 6hanco to witness what occurred when that note was delivered. It would possibly, settle Rome little matters In his mind, which were be ginning to worry him. And thinking thus, ho reached the Bato that opened Into tho spacious .srounds of I.yndhurst. Then tho house loomed tip. Lights could still bo seen about the I Iiouse, though tho hour was closo on I to midnight. Ho wondered at this, for they re tired early ns a usual thing. Upon entering the house John felt a deep satUfnctlon over his escape Som...

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. — 12 February 1908

iSnndries ESSsTj Address all communications rolnt- B Ing to Legal advertising and legal H mnltors and nl advertising contracts, H etc., uiltsldo of Utah, to H JAS. T. JAKEMAN, B Managing Editor j Salt Lako City. M MAGNETIC HEALING. B To tlio nITllctcd tho anouncement of H I'rof. Harnden nnd wife, found In an- H other column, will lio moro than wcl- H Coming to Salt I.nWo City some two years ago, ho hau demonstrated his H power to successfully treat and euro H nny form of dlscaBo thus far brought H to his attention, nnd that without H drugs or knlfo. Scores of patients H who havo hcen healed by him willing- H ly testify to tho same. H Unllko tho Itinerant mountclmnlts H who parndo their pretensions behind j t.russ hands and drum corps, I'rof. H Ilarndcn 1b a aulet, modest, unassum- H tng man, who believes In "doing H things," knowing that every success- H ful euro opens tho way to n wider H field of usefulness. H As explained by him the science of H healing Is based upon tho Wide as ...

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. — 12 February 1908

Mm Vffllennttninie ftfjxj' I am a sunbeam, you are chllJ; JT m JATr j All melttnR unil sweet la tlio weather; 'stL f A tireexe stirs the bronie of your lialr, '?JiT i warm and wllJ, , wi' J A, Ni And mingles our treasure together. rQii) Y ,iC I fly from you over the trees' Jeweled 1 I A&H hclBhts; YY VUf You follow with limpid soft laughter, -HI ft rfPlri And catch with your baby hands leaf Vi'sT" Vk 'y filtered lights- V'YO i . "c I fly. and you ever come nfterl ,. Yt ivA h ,yvw wJ I nm yours so divinely yet yours not .Tr- cftn. I P'no for your "pl' m0',t an(' Blowing. Jphtiil AWiV You cry as I leave you at sable night- vX?vMl Nii fall. ttK'hy PiV And both are undone at the going. 'tUS ) But when all la still and In slumber you UCjJi ' He, VV.n A-dream with our Innocent blisses, WJif J I come In a moonbeam, and lingering by, a.ii'Ev I cover your red mouth with kisses. tvr'tVj JTA. Bo If you be far or If you bo near, lVjr C'V I always must hover above youj .T'T ftMW Of nil the w...

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. — 12 February 1908

i H i - H HOW DO YOU KNOW i Whtl rtitcntbl prlcti for Jewelry r II 1 you do not eoniult uiT Our good aro the H rinomt obtainable t any price, ind H absolutely urntttd. H ""vE5TABir5HIV I m SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH LHHH TRPrit ri.ANTH, HKIUIS. Hut on enrtll H I Uh Kiocllo. Intirn'l Mirirrlr H I IlkSaW ner, Colo ARrnU alitxl, M WOULD 3H0W DADY THE DILL. H Orother Had Great Schemo to Quiet H Crying Infant. H Tho two-year-old baby tn an Hast H End family was showing Its keen ills- H ploasnre at dinner tho other ovonlns H oror tho fact there was no moro milk H on tho tabic. Tho milk supply had H run out, unexpectedly, and tho baby H wanted still another drink of milk. H Tho fond and dotlnu parcntn tried H to pacify It with a drink of water, but H that didn't go. II wanted bo mo moro H milk. That was what It wanted And H tho child oxprosscd Itself In a way H that left no doubt about Its attltudo In tho premises. H Thero was a guest present nml the H dlnnor party seemed not unlikely to H end u...

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. — 12 February 1908

8he Wat In No Hurry. t Iter. Dr. Wtltace, now Jiastor or tha East End Baptist church, brought a now ono to Cleveland with him. According to the story, a HoBton Elrl Got on the street car one day car rying ono of those muffs the size of an ordinary hassock. She liad only one hand In tho muff. A you tip; man sit , ting next to her took advantage of tho opportunity to slip his hand Into tho unoccupied end of the muff. Tho lioston girl turned upon him ecvercly. "I could havo you nrrcstcd for such a familiarity,' said sho. "Dut," sho ndded, "I'm from Uoston end I purpose to keep cnlm. Now, I'll tust glvo you ten minutes to let go of ay hand.'" Cleveland Plain Dealer. Dy His Own Hand. Everyono Is tho son of hlg own works. Cervantes. THOS. CALMF ALASKA, MEMBER OF U.S. CONGRESS WtU Known on the Pacific Slofe. His Washington Athiress is Jjia oth St., N. W., Washington, V. C j CONGRESSMAN THCS. CALE. Hon. Titos. Cnlo, who was elected to Congress from Alaska, Is well known on t the Pacific slo...

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. — 12 February 1908

I FINANCIAL STORM - HITS DENMARK B Extensive Speculation on Bourse of H Copenhagen and Tight Money HH Market the Cause. HHHH There Hat Deer) a Run on a Number HHHH of Banks and Two Have Deen HHHJH .Forced to Suspend Payment HHHH Government Will Aid HHHH HHHH Copenhagen. A financial panic hns HHHH nrlsen horo on account of n tight HHHH monoy market and extcnBlvo specula- HHHH tlons on tho bourse. Two small bnnks HHH have been nfTectcd and ono of theso HHHH forced to suspend payment. There HHHH has been a run on sevcrnl of tho HHHH tanks. The minister of flnanco on HHH Sunday conferred with the offlclals of HHH Jlvo of the prlnclpnl banks horo, and HHH U was docldcd tlmt the government, HHH rn conjunction with tho leading banks, HHH Buarnnteo nil tho risks for tho banks HHH hffected by placing tho necessary HHH lunds at their dispersal, which will lm- HHH hiodlntoly satisfy all tha Danish and HHH foreign H. ROOSEVELT 8AY8 CRITICS LIED. HBHH Answers Statements Made Regarding HHHB' Use ...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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