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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 5 October 1904

L U.GRAY, JIB Ml UIMIHa ATT01WBT. E Salt Lake City. : : MHHHIIHIWJ SfGBANDNWE5TRN TIME GAIUX Eouth Sound Tralna Leuvs A.M. P.M. Salt Lnke City 8:00 6:00 Bingham Junction 8:20 t:2l T Lel'l 8:61 6:M American Fork 8:58 6:61 Provo tXi 8:20 Mantl 1:30 Marynvnlo (Ar) till PnyBon 6:51 Bllver City (Ar.) IM North Bound Trains Leave A. M. P. M. P. U. BlWer City C:1S Payaon 7:69 Maryivalo 7:45 Payion 12:10 Provo 8:28 4:20 11:01 American Fork 8.68 4:60 13:34 Lehl 9:04 4:68 12:41 Bingham Junction 9:40 8:10 1:11 Bait Lakr (Ar) 10:00 8:00 1UJ Offlce Dooly Block. I. A. BENTON. O. A. P. D. vSBsK oafl soli me Mironii TIME TABLE. Wert Bound. Station. East Bound. P. M. A. M. Lv. Ar. A. M. P. M. :06 7:10 Salt Lake City 9:3S 6:35 6:21 7:48 Murrny 9:17 6:11 0:28 7:66 Bingham Junction l:0 6:11 132 8:00 Sandy 9:06 COS ISA 8:35. Lehl Junction 8:35 4:36 T.-08 8:38 Lehl 8:31 4:35 T:15 8:44 American Fork 8:24 4:23 V.12 8:43 Pleasant Orov 8:18 4:16 1:45 9:10 Provo 7:55 2:65 :40 10:30 Ar. Nephl i-M 2:46 P. M. 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. — 5 October 1904

I HOW DEMOCRATS DO THWB8 H Dreamed They Fathered National Irrigation, but H Facts Show It Was Only a Dream. I - TRUE HISTORY OF REPUBLICAN MEASURE H Federal Aid to Irrigation Originated with a H Republican Administration Fifteen H Years Ago Roosevelt's Per- M sonal Triumph. H The Democratic party would hare the H uninitiated believe that It li responsible H (or all good thltifct. Where It could nut H k? successfully contradicted within n B flven time, it would nut hesltato to B claim the credit for the Decalogue, the H Christian era, the discovery of Ainerlcn, the Declaration of Independence, the nil- H ministrations of Washington and IJn- H cola, the construction of the Panama H canal, or, In fact, any old thins. H The Democratic press now has the H hardihood to openly nssert that the party H of negation and calamity Is resonslblo B for the National Irrigation Act. In J keeping with the traditional revelation H at Its notorious "hindsight" It has ills- H covered that this same Nati...

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 October 1904

I s I f vS ! 2 For Cupboard Corner I St. Jacobs Oil ! 9 StralcM. ttiwe. turs.lt tha best S "J household remedy lor 2 I Rheumatism X rfcurnlifla Sprains C 2 Lumbago Bruises 9 Bacltacho Soronass A Sciatica Stiffnoss Price, 25c. and 50c. an i i Bee a Night Worker. A bec that works only at night Is found In tlio Jungles of India. It Is an unusually large Insect, the combs being often six feet long, four feet wldo aud from four to six Inches thick. TEA "How can an everyday drink be so bad?" "Oh, they're used to itl" Country Girls Temperate. Intcmpcrnnco among joung women In rural district Is nld to be rare. TEA Tea puts youth in tired o'd tones, and turns wrinkles to laughter. MEXICAN Mustang Liniment caret) CutH, LSurnb, Urulticav. ";,T.wui5 Thompson's Eye Water HER MONEY ALWAYS NEW. German Woman Used Hot Iron With Good Effect. Ono of tho tellers of n prominent savings bank was discussing soiuo peculiarities of his business. "Wo gel monoy over tho counter In every Imaginable) condition,...

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 October 1904

HH. The Bow of Orange Ribbon f H A ROMANCE OF NEW YORK H Dy AMELIA E. DAR.R. B J Author of'FtUnd Oil vlfk.""!. Thou ani (! Other On,"Eo. BBl X Copyright, lffis, by Dodd, Uead nd Company. J H 4-M-'r-5 H CHAPTER XI. (Continued.) HHg And It was during this liotir of trial HH to Miriam, that Jorls ai talking to HHJ Lysbct ot her. It did him good to put HHJ his fears Into words, for Lysb't's HHJ assurances wcro comfortablo; mid aa HHJ It had been a day full of feeling, ho HHJ was weary and went earlier to his HHJ room than usual. On the contrary, HHJ Lysbct was very wakeful. Slio car HHJ rlcd her sewing to tho candle and sat HHJ down to think. HHJ In tho midst of her reflections, HHJ Itram rctumod. She had not expect- HHJ od him so early, but the sound of his HHJ foot was pleasant. Ho camo In slowly, HHJ and, after somo pottering. Irritating HHJ delays, bo pushed his father's chair HHJ tack from the light and with a heavy HHJ sigh sat down In It. HHJ "Why sigh yon so heavy, Dram? HHJ Eve...

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 August 1905

I & H The Mercur Miner. 1 I B Vol X Mercur, Tooele County, Utah, Saturday, August 12, 1905 , No 31 " I THE MERCUR MINER. M Published Kveiy Snlunlay at H Merotir, Tooele County, Utah. H Subscription. M One year J2.T.0 H fix Months 1 .CO m Three months l.U" H Advertising Rates. H On nppllcotlon to publishers, box 17. H Snlt I. alio City, or our locnl ngfiits. B Cntcied nt the I'oHtofflct? nt Mercur as B Second-Class .Matter. V . H GRAY & JAKEMAN Publishers B J. T. JAKEMAN Manager 1 OUR ALPINE HOME. H Tho Attn Independent gets oft the H following, which wo muy Bay Is JH apropos, nnd their cordlnl Invitation u U welconm announcement: H It may bo said that dining txj, .I... HH tcr Rt'iiHoii our friends of thoduulniidti U havo the cult on us In several re- HH specls; also that tho winters hero nro Uj tolerably long. Tho snow gets to bo pH very deep by the tlmo the season Is HH well on nnd locomotion Is nccom- HH pllHbed only on top of It, with terra HH flrma twenty nether feet or ...

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 August 1905

..Elm H TIME OAXUX H 'Westbound. Stntloni. Eastbound. M "pm. A. M. i.v. Ar. 1'. m. A. M. B i00 8:00 Bnlt Lake City 6.0" 10.00 B 6:11 8:11 Murray I.v t'M :? (: 8:20 llltiKlmm Junction 6:53 : S:23 8:30 Ulverton 0:23 :Z7 C:50 8:61 Lehl 6:01 9:04 1:14 8:67 American Fork E:6 8.67 M f.to 9:11 I'rovo 4:21 8:28 H 6:83 8:30 Bprlngvllle 4:10 8:17 H 8:07 li'Jirfka H 8:30 At. yver City 6:1S H 10:10 I.v. 'il'ftlo 3:43 M 1:25 Mnntl, l.r. 1:10 H 4:27 Illchflehi 1:23 a. m. BH jl5 Mnrysvnlc, Ar. 7M5 H Wo. 1 TJtotJull TKA1N. HI leaves Thistle U:K a. m. BH Leave Provo , 12:03 a.m. BB1 Leaves American Fork 12:40 a. m. B Leaves Lehl 12:37 a.m. Leavts HlnRham Junction .... 1:12 p. m. Arrives Hnlt Lake City 1:33 p. m. M Leaves. lilNUUAM I1HANCH. Arrives A. M. P.M. A'.Mi1'"; 8:10 8:00 Bnlt Lake City 100 8:40 8:33 3:23 lllnahnm Junction 10:27 6:17 8:4 8:48 Tlevere 10:40 5:64 C07 3:67 Iad Mine 9.M 6:45 .. 9M 4:10 Bingham 9:40 6:30 ' 4 .LA. T1ENTON, '' Hen. Act. Pas T)ept H . i- . n ' Whllo In Unit LAko get y...

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 August 1905

v NEWS SUMMARY v iThe bulk of :lio litis il in garrison 5f Sakhalin surrendered to the Jnpan eso July 31. Negotiations nro ponding, It la nn lounccd, for International yacht races botween tho United States and Ger many. At South Iloston, Va.. rollcoman Joseph Carter shot and fatally Injured ! Harry Easley, as the result of a politi cal quarrel. j Tho entire graln'crop of Itomnnla Is I threatened with ruin owing to tho per I Blstent drought. There has been no 'I rain for two months. ' John Mueller, who slashed his wire t and two children to death and thon J attempted suicide In Chicago, has boon sentenced to bo hanged. j Forty-seven people have been badly hurt ami seven have been hilled by reckless drivers of automobiles In Chicago slnco the first of tho year. f Tho Htisslan government has decld- w ed on tho Issuanco of another Internal ! loan to tho amount or $100,000,000, ol which, however, only J75.000.000 may bo Issued at first. ? Twenty-two peoplo were burled In l tho debris of ...

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 August 1905

B Resemblances. j Wiggins Speaking of facial -char- H nctcrlstlcs, do you know that I was H onco taken for President Iloosevelt? H Biggins And a man unco took me H for tho Kaiser. H Digging That's nothing; a Tew H weeks ngo an old school cluim of mine H stepped up to mo on tho Btrcet and H remarked, "Holy Moses, Is that your" H Recipe Failed. H "Llttlo appropriate gifts from time H to tlmo will draw your husband near H jer to you." H ,h I "No, they won't. I gave my hus- H j (band a box of cigars, and " M I "Well?" "Well, they didn't draw, that's all." H Five Dollars Misting. I i I H Teacher How many bones are M IthoroT M ' Bright Boy Klvo. H Teacher Where did you get that M 1dca7 H Ilrlght Boy Krom my father: ho H said this morning that mother took H jflvo bones out of his pocket last night, H And that they wero all that ho had. H . Her Insinuation. H Miss Pcchls I nccepted Mr. Itoxley H (last night. H MUs Chellus Indeed? Weren't you B incrvous? B I Miss Pechls Nervous? No, why? H M...

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 August 1905

I Household Matters In Heirlng lllitloim. In sewing on buttons have tlio Knot of the thread on the right side dlrectl) , under tlic button, nnd see If the button does not stny longer. "Willi I'lntrrr In Dm Home. Not every one has n llovver garden, but every one who npctuln even n imrt of the summer In the country hns the freedom of the roadsides, impure, meadow nnd woods; the wild guidons which belong to ever) man and no man, wheie eery one Is free to Rath er, nnd no one to forbid. Of course It 1b by courtesy and custom that this ficcdom extends to the llelilx and woods, nnd pel Imps the unacknowl edged obligation enhances the privil ege of leaving the long nariow roadside flowir beds, and looking for larcr and more effective tilings along femes and hedges and In shadowed ami solitary places. If one has aciulted the hnblt of wild flower gathering, nnd the knowledge of What to gather and how to bring her gleanings afelj home, and the still further knowledge of the best decora the eff...

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 August 1905

H ODD CU8T0N IN MOROCCO. H Estates of Fallen Favorites Invariably lH Confiscated. H It la a custom In Morocco that nil Pjlj jtlio property of an ofllclal reverts at Jbj hlB death to tho crown. Tho logic pilfl which lends to such results Is simple, j for tho government argues that all lfll fortunes thus accumulated consist ot JIIJ moneys Illegally retained by tho mi- lfll thorltles. A governor when appoint- BpJ ed Is probably possessed of no con- jH slderablo fortune. When ho dies ho PjH may bo a millionaire. Whcnco camo JbI this wealth? Squeezed most certain- jH ly from tho tribes under his authority, lH And therefore, amassed only by tho IIJ prerogatives of tho position In which H tho Sultan had placed htm. PjH It has nover struck tho Moorish jH igovcrnment that these great fortunes lflj flight moro honorably bo returned to lflj tho peoplo from whom they were stol- Pjlj on. The result Is cntlro confiscation lflj to tho crown, Including often such prl- lflj vato property as tho gove...

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 August 1905

To treat Pimples and Blackheads, Red, RourIi, Oily Complexions, gently smear the face with Cuti cura Ointment, the great Skin Cure, but do not rub. Wash off the Ointment in five minutes with Cuticura Soap and hot water, and bathe freely for some minutes. Repeat morning and evening. At othor times use Cuticura Soap for bathing the face as often as agree able. No other Skin Soap so pure, 60 sweet, so speedily effective. OjHn fcp .rnnMn,. d.lli-st. ndlflntl sad raid.. Vfmt proasrtWs d.ril from Cutleurt. ths grttt Nkla II,!''i..,h "V" l.l lncrliWi ! lha mn ntnmutf of flower odor,. Two ep. Is on el ens Mr !; t Mrdlclul ,, Tolls, lor Ue. jwtr rr a Cltm. Corp , Bole 1-rep-. Ilo.loo aurUUYre,--tlv la rmsrrs.l-.rUy, sod UtsiitUy.a r"M HAVE YOU ANY HIDES, SHEEP PELTS, ETC. ? WE WANT THEM AT TOP PRIOHS Rowe, Morris, Summertiays Go 1 8ALT LAKE OITY I WHITE US fOR PARTICULARS I lu mm luiiw w rnlT Original AnyAS? K3LVR3 ft) ! " 3" jil . tajtrtb. pekH AJt3 y7 " lnvlMp f r Ibit t In BViAKtWA .-""nt...

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 August 1905

PK t BBj B WORK FOR THE SUNSHINE. J Then' work for tha sunshine the roM I from the dead H Moat bo kissed to the beauty of whilo and BBJ red; j The tree, shorn of fruitage gray spectres Bfl Mint fccflhe aap'a thrill in the veins o H the leaf. The daisies mutt blossom the lilies must BB lean H O er rivers sweet-slnglng through meadowa SI of green. BMJ There's work for the sunshine on hllUIdo BE and deep B mil In ultimate harvests earth's riches we I Washington Star. TM3 ga basket of mushrooms BP A iitmiiuui H J $ By FANNIE WHITE. iaaaaaar V A H11 J0t UKUKl" exclaimed George H j( a of n midden ns he caught Bfl ' O ' 1 o sight or nn industrious 11k- BH 11 Jfi uro '" "' ""'"''room pro- H TT serve, not n hundred ynrds j from lila farmyard. lie took up nn old 1 whlpstock that wag lying handy, flour- j lBlied It grimly and strode clrcultouily BH upon the Impudent thief. BB It was n bit; Held, aud Georgo wns J considering how best to trap his enemy when something brought lilin to a J standst...

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. — 19 August 1905

Bji ' BBBi'BaHBaBBBBBnBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl Mm NiaaBBBaB - TT!!!z!B"BWBBWBMBBlilB r" V I T Bl I Bl a The Mercer Miner. I Vol X - IVIercur,, Tooele Coi,mty, Utah, Saturcjay, August 19, 1905 No 3 II J S,,,jGD1TCRIALS' 1 METAL MARKET. Trlday, 11th. ' y ;8llvor, 09?so; load, $3.50; nipper, fj,; ,jn 11 CClltS. J j t i 'What has become of the Intcr-ur- ' . ,' ban railway rchouie? Has li none , j- , n-glluimorlnE" ltapld and ready trail- , tilt between t-iwrs Is or would bo with t, " ' (liio syBtem e'tablhhcd as consequou- , i Hal and profitable as tho Iradlc with- ,-' " In tho towns. In- a pmaller way It Is u . jibe samo an. Interalnto connections, ' and we cannot bavo too much or It. , ?. There Is a porcrptlble diminution In tho Intensity of the beat waves, i. i which lwvo been pestering us for eov- f oral weeks, and occasionally a brcutb If f autumn air comes to the rescuo. ffi With nil our heated troubles, wo are JE having nothing like what Is being vis- ', Ited 'upon tho ...

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. — 19 August 1905

I g GOWNS OF THE, MOMENT F y -4j H Foreshadows of Autumn Hues. H In color combinations tbcro Is now H A tendency to combinations of Bovcral H colors In tlio sumo applique, rather H than two colors ami several tones of b the same color as herctoforo. Just a H touch of gold tinsel Is seen on many ot H these, but only a touch, so that tlio re- H suit Is never garish. H Aluminum Is now being used in tin- H eel embroidery combined with ap- H pllquo trimmings In gray taffeta, and H aa aluminum does not tarnish and Is H vary light In weight, it is invaluable. H Flower designs still predominate) In H tho applique designs, taffetas and the H other soft and lustrous silks being H In colors for tho coming nutumn H royal blue Is predicted as a leader H abroad, wbllo in this country tho shade H tormod Inauguration bluo Is to bo a H much-used color. Greens In myrtle, H reseda and other dark shades will bo H fashionable, but browns will fall bo- H hind their run of last year, whllo tho H dark shad...

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. — 19 August 1905

I I I v j '" " ""'"' "' - TT BY WHOSE HAND ? By UDITH SESSIONS TUPPOR, ' Author ot 'Uf lUlr, nrtaiSth," " Tht Ultck llmoad. IVc Copjrliht. 18.19. br Wlll.td Fr.cker Co Coprrliht. 1900, bj Streel & Smlih. CHAPTER IX. For an Instant the room grew blnck. V "Then, ns consciousness roturned, I t heard him say: '$', '. "So. my dear Rlrl. If you hnve An- .. - golo In your power, I as assuredly V navo y" ln m',lu- " w" either the i,S," slim hand of your slater that unfaBt- encd my cobra's cane, or this 'white " V -wonder,' " gently smoothing my hand, X., which still lay passively In his. !j "Can It ho," he continued, "that this - beautiful velvet hand Is the hand of yj a murderess?" 't- At that awful word I groaned aloud. j'f -"Don't call me that," I cried. "No x. ' , no not that. I am a wicked woman. i Vov ycnrs I havo nourished hatred ii and roengo, but " t "Hush! Satane," said this terrlblo . , man. "I do not ask you to tell me f more. There must, thowever, ho no ,' , scandal. You ar...

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. — 19 August 1905

f H fc,. .. ' - ' -- ! " . ft mr T f't4ttt t tftttttttttt tttt f -r i I H . NEXT TIME H ' YOU GO EA8T 4 H H J, Be Sure 4 H And Use Tho H UNION PACIFIU " H H - and I Chicago, Milwaukee &j I I St. Paul Railway I H The Route ef the " H H OVERLAND LIMITED H 4. Through Can to Chicago, -f B tC.i S.WILLIAMS. COMMERCIAL AGENT H 1O6 West Second South Street. - Salt Lake City. 4 H 4. -H- 4-. - 4-4- 4- - 4- -f 1 - Bell Tol., Ind. Tel 765 7SK DR. ALVAH LEWI8. Salt Lake Private Hospital. No. 362 1st South. Special Attention given 8URQICAL AND OB STETRICAL 0A8E8. 1 The only strictly, private hospital la the State. , :; THE TOURIST'S FAVORITE ROUT! I B'-? 1 1 ' - . 3 FAST FLYERS DAILY BETWEEN OGDEN AND nKVVWTt ' J H OHOIOB OP KOOTKg. ( THROUGH PULLMAN AND TOURIST SLEEPER W FROM OdDBH OR SALT LAKH l TO ST. LH)UIS WITHOUT CHANGE OP CAM 'i IUoIIbIbs; Chair Cora. Dinlor Oar H i Bervleo a U carta oa all through train. i Voiron, LUwtratod Booklets, etc. jj addreaa .................... Hj L A. BENTON...

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. — 19 August 1905

- "The Union Between I ' Sweden and Norway t From 1814 to 1905 1 (An Historical Synopsis by Carl Sundbeck.) I The union n( Norway nn J Sweden does not date from the latter part of the year 1814. as claimed In Dr. Nnnsen's article. Every schoolboy In both countries knows that Norwny wns' ceded to Sweden by Denmark through the treaty or peace slgnsd at Kiel, Jan. 14, 1HII. Kvery en cyclopedia probably no states. The fact la that Sweden mado the acquisition of Norway a condition precedent to taking part In the war of the allies ngalnst Na poleon through Churles John, then crown prince of Bweden. From thu Swedish point of view this was to be the compen sation for the loss of Finland, which Inul been surrendered to Ilussla after the wars of 1808 nnd 1801). Ilussla had become the ally of Sweden ngalnst Norway, and this explains why the czar of that time, Alex ander I. was always a strong advocate ' of transforming Norway from a Danish Into a Swedish dominion. After a campaign of a month D...

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. — 19 August 1905

H GEESE CATCH HI8 FISH. r Scotchman's Simple and Unique La. Hj bor8avlng Device. H "An old Scotchman and neighbor o( H rnlno," said a resident of Orccnwood H Lake, "has a method of taking fresh H water flsh which, to my way of think H ilng excels nil others for tho caso, re H Iposo and success with which It Is con H ducted. Tho fisherman desires, wa H will say, a mess of bass, pickerel or H pike, with which tho waters aro amply H stocked. Well, ho simply goes to bla H barnyard and selects n big gooso, or H half a dozen geese, as tho caso may H be, and ties a bnlted lino nbout flvo H feet long to tholr feet. H "On reaching tho edegu of tho lake, H with a basket containing ono or moro H geoso, tho fisherman turns tho birds H Into tho wnter. Tho gecso swim out, H and the old Scotchman lights his plpo H and sits down, In n few minutes n H nali sees tho halt and seizes It, glv H , leg tho gooso a good pull. Then tho H bird stnrtn for tho shoro at full speed, H ( frightened half to death,...

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. — 19 August 1905

I COMMODORE NICHOLSON RECOMMENDS PE-RU-NA. lWttS''0A COMMODORE B COMMODOUE Somcrvlllo Nicholson of the United States Navy, In a letter from 1837 K. Street, North west, Washington. I). C, says: "Your Peruna has been and Is now used by bo many ot my friends and acquaintances as a sure cure for ca tarrh that I am convinced ot Its cura tive qualities and I unhesitatingly rec ommend It to all persons sutferlng from that complaint. " Our army and our navy are the natural protection of our country. Peruna Is the natural protection of tho army ami navy In the vicissitudes of climate anil exposure. We have on fllo thousands of testi monials from prominent people In the army and navy. We can rIvo our readers only a slight glimpse of the vast array of unsolic ited endorsement Dr. Hartman is con stantly receiving for his widely known and oalcicnt remedy, I'cruna. If you do not derive prompt and satis factory results from tho use of Peruna, write at onco to II r. S. It. Hartman, President of The...

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. — 19 August 1905

BBJ B VTA II STATE NEWS BBI .. BB It In now practically certain that tho BB national guard of Utah will hold their BB encampment In Mantl. BB Four-cent fnrca have been granted BB by tho Salt Lako Btreet car system to BB those who purchase books containing BB titty fares. BB The Janitors of the OKi'en school BB buildings will hereafter bo compelled BB to wear uniforms when In dlBchargo ot BB their duties. BB Tho contract has been let for tho BB new school bulldlug at Monti. Tho BB building Is to bo modern and will cost B about ?17,000. BB Tho first work In thn way of estnb- B llstilng tho Utah Independent Tola- BB phono company In Park City was bo- Bfl cun last week. BB Percy J. Luster, arrested at Ogdcn BB on the charge of having murdered his H wife at Guthrie, Ky., on July 29, has BB confessed the crime. BB David K. Farley, aged 38, proprietor BB of a saloon In Ogden, suicided Sntur- H day night, taking a doso of morphine BBj largo enough to kill ton men. H The nichfleld Fair and D...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
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