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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 26 August 1905

WM i . - - , - i 1 jH B 1 V """" ' ' ' ' " ' . . ,.. i w. H H V0i A Mercur, Tooele County, Utaji, Saturday, August 26, 1905 No 33 ' f I TUB MERCUR MINER, 1 Published Uvcry Saturday nt I Mercur, Tooele Comity, Utah. I Subscription. I One year $2.50 D Six Mouths jjlij I Tlnce months jjo R Advertising Rates. I On application to publishers, box 17. J Salt l.nl.e.Clty. or our local agents. :, Kntored at tliu Postofllce lit Meicur as 1 Second CIihh Mutter. GRAY & JAKEMAN .... Publishers J. T. JAKEMAN Manager F ,1 I Local & Mows Kctis METAL MARKET. Tuesday, 22nd Sllwr. (IP,, load, J fl.'iO: copper, IT." t Thursday. 21. Silver, til a;: lend. fo.OO; copper. 15V&C. i 'it ' ' . CON. MERCUR AT i j . F Boston. .5 jj On the 22nd, Con. Mercur sold for 'i &? 'T,n cents. 4f Thursday. 2). 200 shnros fold at ft JC runts. I W? Local. jr ' Thurbdny. 21. Hid 52, asked 51e; ? j,'1 -100 shares sold nt fiJIVic. Sacramento will distribute 15.000 In I dividends on the let. t I MERCUR LOCAL ITE...

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. — 26 August 1905

R MADE LAST HOURS HAPPY. fl Popular Author Comforted Dying H Sailor In Hospital, 1 A pretty story about a popular B author was told tlio other day. A B nurse In nn American hospital had as H patient a sailor who was a groat suf- fcrer and not expected to llvo many H days. Tlio poor man worried a great H deal because ho thought there would be no sea In heaven. To him tho pros- 1 pect of playing on a golden flddlo of- H ferod no attraction. As the priest had B failed to comfort him, It occurred to B tho nurso that It might benefit her patient If she could get Mr. Itudyard 1 Kipling to como and talk a llttlo to H him, and as ho happened to bo visit- H ing tho hospital at tho time, Mr. Kip- ling willingly acceded to her request. H He said a few words to tho dying man and apparently gave lilm much com- H fort. A few days afterward Mr. Kip- ling Bent In his own handwriting a H copy of tho poem, "Tho Last Chantey," which the conversation with tho sailor had Inspired. The dying man was so H...

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. — 26 August 1905

. .p - ! in.. i ! ii ii i. ii Jha BY WHOSE HAND?! By EDITH SESSIONS TUPPER," Author ot "Br a lUlr't Bnadth," Tbt Dhck nitmoid,' Etc. Copjrltht, HOT, bt Wlllird Fucker & Co Copjtllhl, J900, bj Street & Smith. CHAPTER II. I havo passed a most eventful day! I began It by discovering myself to bo a hero! Let mo explain. This morning 1 saved little Marcollo from drowning. It was In this wise. Mrs. Dalrymplo and tho child were walking on the cliff, a fow rods from tho houso. I had Just drlvon down from Sea Vlow, and, spying them, left tho carriage, and was walking toward thorn, when I was liorrlflod to sco tho little one, who was dancing near tho edgo of tho cliff, atumblo, mako n vain effort to save herself and then disappear. At tho Instant tho shriek of agony broko from tho mother's lips, I flung off my coat and hurled myself nftcr tho child. I saw tho fair head rlso abovo tho waves saw tho sweet, frightened little faco turned nppcallngly toward mo. I am a capital swimmer, and ...

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. — 26 August 1905

H GEO. H. FENNEMORE I Physician and Surgeon. MUford, Utah. I.C(ro omclal surgeon "? H rM MM H uNtiiwifii. i H i 4 4 VH'AWJ 0YRU8 Q. OATRBLL Attorney &. Counselor. 419 D. F. Walker DulMJn. Salt Lako City. M ww i " v-" M THOMPBON REAL ESTATE CO. H We Buy, Sell and Trade Real Estate. H 17 bavo a large Hat of farms and H sit property, vacant and Improved. K'leaper than any other Arm. Call and a us. 3H Wost Second South St, iH Bait Lake City. B THE KEELEY CURE. H Drunkenness Cured. H A poilttvo and permanent core M H (rsDkenness and the optum disease?. H flier la no publicity, no sickness. La- H flea treated aa privately as at taeli 1 fcnrn nomw. The Keeloy Institute, IH m W. So. Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah. BBBBBl VYittt9Y!fifiYiTtiYittff(itGtt!fttti B run ont U H Interest paid upon deposits. Touja H can bank with us by mall. 9 B Writo for Circular. H UTAH COMMERCIAL & 8AVINQ8? H DANK. i H- 1H4 East First South Street, Bait? H Lako City. ft BJBJ W ' ii H WIND30R. H EUROPEAN HOT...

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. — 6 September 1905

The Mhr4ur Miner. I ,' Voli X lercMC. Tooele County, Utah, Wednesday, September 6, 1905 No 34 H THE MERCUR MINER. i, " Published Every Saturday nl j ' ' Mercur, Tooele County, Utah. Subscription. 1 ' One year 1. 60 " Months 1..5U ! J Three months , ., 1.00 ( ' ,,,' -jjt Advertising Rates. ; . 4 On application to publishers, box 17, f - ' Salt Lako City, or our local agcpls.- I. ' ' Entered at the Postomce at Mercur as j ' Secqnd-Clnss Matter. ' , : " GRAY & JAKEMAN ... . Publlshfi ; ', J. T. JAKEMAN ... Manaqeo' ,'j '1 METAL MARKET. v f ' Tuesday, 29. Silver, G2V6; copper, i f IT, G-1G; lend, J3.60. i l' .- Wednesday, 30. Silver, CO; copper, . f (! 13 G-1G; lend 3.60. , j : Thursday, 31. Silvor, i0; copper, . - 1G 5-10; lead, J3.60. . '' Friday, 1. Silver, 00 3-4; copper, r, G-1C; lead, J3.G0. Saturday, 2. Silver, Gl',4: copper, l. 5-1G: lead, 3.G0. '. Monday, 4. Silver, CIVic; copper, .; 15 G-1G; lead, J3.G0. IT IS PEACE. , With a suddenness for which nelth- . ' er tho world no...

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. — 6 September 1905

"' Hl mmm mmm mmmmm mmmm mmmm mmmmm mmmmm mmmmmmmm mmmm mm H i re Contented Man., r ; H ' W C A. B Contented? What nak'ra litm .rnntqntnl? 1 I f H Thn com forte athnt struggles -,hiva ( 3 H gnlnetl. ' .A M k H Which men dlscontentf-il Invented. ' ?' H Tim snfety Hint JlKlit'-i nbtnlncd. H Ontont In thn mlro would "till wallow, , With troglodytes limliliril In raves, WT Or Oncl in a tree's remly hnllow Hi Trie shelter mi niilmnl ormes. H Content hinder progress mnl nctlon l And rultlrntcK iKnornnt sloth. "' " ""' " i Countn study n sort of .lxtrnctlon, H, And pities the follies of hath. H Content mnketh freemen dependent, H And fnstens the shitektc. on slaves, H Its motion Is ever doscenclent, H To ditches and pauper' sad grave. H Hut the, reverent, henrt) submission -M To Dilty's foots!' I men bring, B After tn'lfnff with tittle fitiltlnn, H In n tllrterent. nmnllr thing- M -XV J lleil-ert. M (Copyright. 1!I0S. by Pally Story Tub. Co.) M Miss Courtwrlght stood looking H down tho ros...

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. — 6 September 1905

M THE CRUEL WAR , AT LAST ENDED Japanese Waive Indemnity and Divide Sakhalin With the Russian Qovcrmncnt. Cudden Conclusion of Terms Between Warring Nations Comes as Pleas ing Surprise Just When It Looked I s Most Gloomy for an Agree- i ment. Portsmouth, N. H. Tbo long nnd ' Moody war botwocn Jnpan and Russia la ended. Tho terms of poaco wcro agreed upon by M,. Wltto and Haron I Komura at tho session of tho confer- enco Tuesday morning, and Tuesday afternoon preliminary arrangements for an nrmlstlco wcro concluded -and tho actual Svork of framing tho "treaty of Portsmouth" was by mutual agroo ment turned over to M. Do Martons, nussla's great International lawyer, and Mr. Donnlson, who for twonty-llvo years has acted as tho legal adviser of tho Japancso foreign odlco. i This happy conclusion of tho con ference, which a week ago would have." L been shipwrecked had It not been for ' tho heroic Intercession of President Itooscvclt, was sudden and dramatic. For tho sako of peace, Japan, ...

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. — 6 September 1905

I lh. may. ; !; piefct, Cilickki & tab, ; B: 'E Mqn mhm iMMp; attsiuikts at uw. ! ' ' j; ELIAS MORRIS (3L SONS CO. I H: SAL.T LAKE CITT. 0pll Stk 6tto Taaiplt Meek. 1 w- MONUMENTS. HEADSTONES. H MANTELS. GRATES. TILES, M FIRE-PROOF CHIMNEYS,, CEMENT. ETC H i lmttWl7lHistraMCatalfgNSaFrN. Write Ds, I H TAYLOR, ROMNEY, ARMSTRONG CO. H Wholesale and Retail I LUMBER DEALERS fl Corner South Temple and 2d West St. SALT LAKE CITY - - UTAH H ' ' 4.4f44444tTt4444444444444444444444444 H 4t& ' '& TO- CALIFORNIA 4 LVfl W&-tfffi- AND IT3 FAMOUS SUMMER RESORTS. 4. BB T44 Xc ? " fl LOS ANQELES. vLhS CATALINA. H TJaV 44 OCEAN BEACHES. IHS . Alii ORANGE OROVE8. 44 H 8AN PEDRO. Xvb PASADENA. H i f DIRECT TO CORONADO TENT CITY. B i 44Palatlal Vestibule Trains leave Salt Lako City 8:30 p. m. dally. Ob-4-4- B t'servatlon, Drawing Room and. Standard Pullman Sleeper, Tourist and"4 BJ T4 44 BBJ 4 Dining Car, 4 H h -ft FREE "RECLINING CHAIR.CAR. t 14 . . Ask nearoat agent (or Information on ...

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. — 13 September 1905

H , ii'l issfl I TheMeur Miner. I ,B ; L LL m Vol X Mercur, Tooele County UtahWednesday, September 13, 1905 No 35 M B THE MERCUR MINER. Ml Published Every Saturday nt IK Mercur, Tooele County, Utah. Bl ' Subscription. HB One year J2.60 IS Hlx Months l.GO H Three months 1.00 K Advertising Rates. On application to pubtlshers, box 17, Salt Lako City, or ndr local agents. m Entered at tho PostoClc at Mercur as K Second-Class Matter. M GRAY 4. JAKEMAN Publishers 1 J. T. JAKEMAN Manager ' W Mil .. m 1 METAL MARKET. I Monday, 4. Silver, Gl'ic; copper, I IS S-1C; lead, ?3.50. H Tuesday. C Silver, 02; coppor, 1 IC G-1G; lend, 3.C0. f WedncMlay. C Silver, C21-8; copper, it G 5-lfi; lead, 3X50. Thumday, 7. Sllvor, G2; copper, IC C-8; lead. XG0. Friday, 8. Silver. 01; copper, 1G 5-8; lead, 1XG0. '' , Saturday, 9. Sllvor, 61; copper, IG 5-8; lead, J3.D0. PERHAP3 THERE WAS. ' Ah tlmo wears on tho boiler that a ei'crot understanding was agreed ? iiH)ti bbtween the HusHlan and Jap- ones. pcaco ijlc...

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. — 13 September 1905

I FEVER'S AFTER EFFECTS H Old, Not Dlsappoar Until tha Blood H Waa Renowad by Dr. Wllllama' H Pink Pills. B Typhoid feTcr is comctlmes culled nor H Tons foyer. During tha courso of tho M fever the nerves nro always profoundly M disturbed, nnd when it is over tboy nro M left ho scuxitivo Unit tlio patient lms to H beguardodnKniustiiU excitement. Iutlio M touia treatment tlitm demanded, regard M ,niust be paid not only to uulldlnif up tlcsb, 1 .but also to strengthening tho ncrvos. A H remedy that will do both, limko sound m flesh to repair wiuito mid giro now vigor 1 to fecblo nerves, is tho most convenient fl mid economical. Such a reuiody is Or, H Willinuis' Pink Pills for Palo People m One proof of thin it tho czperionco nf M Kir. Ohnrles Worth, of East Vnsimlboro, B Maine. Ho says: "I lmd n severe nt 1 tack of typhoid fever Into in tho full 1 which left ma very weak mid dobllltntotl. 1 My heart palpitated, my breathing be- 1 mine dinicult tifttr the lenit exortloti mid H there wi...

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. — 13 September 1905

I You be the Judge! TRY A CAN OF THREE CROWN THE QUALITY BAKING POWDER It wilt cost you nothing If It Isn't tho"DoatoMho good onos." Hewlett Bros. Co. Tin From Malay. Tho Mnlny states produco nbout Beven-tcntlis of tho world's supply of tin. TEA Fine tea is so daintily fine that a man (or even a woman) may gobble it down without suspecting it. Savings Oanks vt. Saloons. In Norway on pay dajs saloons are closed and savings bank open until midnight. Beautify Your Walls and Ceilings! ft Rock Cement & && tl&U, Docs not rub or scale. Destroys dU--caio germs and Tormln. No washing of walls after enco applied. Any one can brash It on mix with cold water. Other finishes, bearing fanciful names and mlied with either bnt or cold water, do not liavo tho. cementing? property of Alaboattno. They are stuckonwlth jjlno, or other animal matter, ivhtch rots, feeding dlscaso terms, rubblnc, scaling and spoiling v.1Ih, cloth ing, oto. Such Finishes mast bo noshed off every year expensi...

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. — 13 September 1905

mr' J- . AjL 8IXTH 8ENSE IN BIROS. gt Experiments with Carrier PlQeoni a?,' Prove Itt Possession. I 1 Although birds ore not ptaced near J r the summit lino of evolution, their f ability to fly Rives them advantages over nearly all tho mammalia. Their I mysterious power of changing tholr polarity or weight, In order to dlvo , In water or fly, has been often dls cussed, and tho almost Incredlblo ve locity of tholr motion when migrating, Bomctlmc3 nrtiountlng to four miles a mlnuto for vast distances, has no par allel among othor animals. A series of careful trials with car rier pigeons shows apparently without doubt their possession of a highly de veloped sense of direction. In twenty minutes tho first bird, dispatched at 10 p. m., reached Its roost, n dlstanco of seventeen miles bolng traversed. Half of tho number arrived before midnight and tho remainder followed In a few hours. , J English Joke With a Point. r An anti-tobacco lecturer spoko so powerfully ogaltiBt the use of tobacc...

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. — 13 September 1905

I Plucl cmcl Glcbcnfure. H BRAVE PATHFINDERS. H JtOK Iin following excerpt Ik B ?( J from George Bird Grin- H I O nelt's reminiscence of Fre- H V( P niant'8 Exiiedltlons, now H tfCN" running in Forest and H Stream; H Fortunntcly Fremont's party wns H ahead of tlie nnnunl Sniitn Fo cara- H .vnns, which insured tliem good grass H nt tlie camping places. They hnd not H gone far before they met pnrtlcH of H CMohnro Indians, who seemed friendly H enough, bttt on the day following, two j Spaniards, a mnn nnd n Ind, mine Into B enmp telling of their party of six hnv- m Ing been nttneked by Indlnns, about H eighty miles beyond tlie encampment. M CTbey liad with them about thirty M horses, nnd wero suddenly attacked H by n part of Indians, who had pre- H vlously been In camp nnd seemed H friendly. The horse guards tho two H who had Just como Into Fremont's M lamp drove their nnlmals through tho H Attacking party nnd escaped with their M horses, which they hnd left about H 'twenty miles behin...

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. — 13 September 1905

TORTILLOR - j 1 EriJTririxuxixrLrirLnjTjTxuBSfa ' .0S ,IKHK ,s ortlllonl There I m '" Torll,l"'" cried n few t 12 frlRlUwicil voices In the vll- l F Inge At the cry twenty TstOW countrywomen In various stages of agltntlou appeared nt their doors, nml began to cnll their children. "Itcriinrill Kugeue! come In nt once! Prosper! Clniifllnc! here, Immediately. What, Joseph, you rogue, jou will not conic? Itosnlle, Just wnit till I cntrh you I" Then other nnmes were shouted loud. ly. "I.ticlennel Cornllo! Pletre! Celcs tIl" The fathers did not sav nny. thing, hut pulled ears freely, nml more llinn one hoy screamed. Uvldentl) something of dire Import ,wns nhout to occur, to thus rouse the wleepy little borough from Its natural lethargy J Suddenly there nppearcd nt the far ther end of tho street, near the first houses, n queer, grotesque, almost mon strous figure. It looked nt first like n lioap of colored rngs, propelled forward by distressful Jerks. The huuiiin frame under this medley wa...

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. — 13 September 1905

B Bvvvvvvvvvsvvvvvyvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvywvo I I ELIAS MORRIS S31 SONS CO. j SALT LAKE CITY. Opposite SoulK GU Tempi Block. H MONUMENTS. HEADSTONES, w MANTELS. GRATES, TILES. " H - FIRE-PROOF CHIMNEYS., CEMENT, ETC. j H Beautifully lllnstrated Catalogue Sent Free, Write Us. H TAYLOR, ROMNEY, ARMSTRONG CO. H Wholesale and Retail I LUM BEP DEALERS D H Corner South Temple and 2d West St. SALT LAKE CITY - - UTAH gSJjJjfejg E C,GAR THATrLWAYS RIGHT, il lis 0r J? tx lj0tl1 In prlc0 nml I1"1"11'' la t,l ,,luo iH fil '$ i tfri Ml I'o'Ut' Tll Pcor of an c,finr so111 H Li3 J pM anywhere. Cuban hnnd-madc, Havana iB fjea A" ICL l ln n"or " flirn'Hnc8 ll, 1)Cst nml swcel iH SfH ("wfvttSiKy iss ost B",oii ",at nny Bm'cr cnn wiai1 H if fWj,7 , W , Yff WHITTAKER & DALLAS, H IteSSliJSiBS 13 1 W. 3.1 South St. Salt Lake City. I HARRIS AT SALT LAKE H . Wants to hoar from you regarding that now H """t) C-""V If furnlturo you'll bo buying In tho near fu- M iCJ kiaA turo. Harris Is tho largest...

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. — 13 September 1905

I j jg0 Twice as Good ST One Third the Cost J& t!WlP9 ?,Tery day U baf'n day In the Jmjy Sg-v?5i ' Circle. Come In and get ac- Wk My f-fStsW&ffli Sauted. K C will help you cut flf Mr IT M ;owl the living expenses and make HL Ml VjA doctor's ui' thing of the pait. Do k H LmiHccfL ft yoiJ reflUre that yu can eet the JH f and Purest baking powder In the world n B WSffl M f baking JP l iifil POWDER R Wa. iwllR PUl ot one-thlrd what you've been paying O lEl i 0U ( ior anywhere near K C quality. A if fW EA fUtrriirt'0! ouncecanctis2Sc. Think of the eavlngl .fJF H SvM,"",, Can you make money any easier? Get rW fV iSAw il to-day. The grocer returns tho 5f gJjj'aitSSl price of can If you are not satisfied. Py VV Send ro.t.l for the betutiful J$W& SftJAQ U ES MFG. CO. TREAT ill CURE $t CATARItll .nd til ewr.Me dl.e..r. luWX of thacie.e.r.noie.throai. Iuni, atom- y VSti' ech, liter, bowela. klJnrre. bladder .ni tV JwT II ehronte.nervouaartd emaledlieuea CfC? .XVJC of both an. anil ...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 13 September 1905

I BBb BBl t: hA wh Hl wwm Bl ,;vW'$C. H What Attracted Him. HB "I'm n-goln' to lie a Arctic explorer," BH announced Tommj Twaddles, who was BB reading about the Peary expedition. BBl "Indeed?" asked Pa Twaddles. "Are BBg you so anxious to And the north BH polo?" I BBl "Kaw, t don't enro about that. Hut BBl up In them cold regions It's dangerous BBl to wash ycr facet" BBl Catching. BBl "Where did ho catch his wife, any- HB way?" BH "He didn't. She caught him." BBl "If that's the case, ho caught a Tar-, BH tar, eh?" BBl "Yes, and he's been catching It ever , H I H GOOD ADVICE. HB Miss Oldono I wouldn't havo refused Chnrley nanks If I'd been you. BH Miss Swcetglrl I don't bellevo I would either, If I'd been you. ewwwwvvwvwwwwwwvv H& Absurd. Hfr "Last night I slapped a mosquito on HBV the fa'co " Hjmkl "HoV absurd!" H "What's absurd?" V "Slapping a mosquito on tlio face!" H "Vou didn't lot mo finish. I slapped HB blm on the face, of my girl; and her Hi father thought it was tbo smac...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 13 September 1905

B Elephants Had Fine Feed. H Flvo elephants created an extraordl- H aary scenu nt tlio goods station of 1 latlgnollos thu other day. TheV are' B Being kept at tho stntlon whllojnuar tcrs arts being got ready for thorn, but managed to break louse from .their stabtcs At this tlmo of cnr the sta- Hon dispatches enormous consign- Bvv monts of fruit, which tho elephants ; scenting at onco boRan to devour ' Cherries, peaches, apricots and straw- n berries disappeared by the hamperful gssS nt a prodigious rate Some porters sought to stop the desert, but the SI elephants, uslcg their trunks llko cud- eels, slmplj flogged them away and Bj went on eating until they wero lit- orally gorged with fruit Then they Si , t ' went back to their stables of their HBI own accord London Globe. bbbbbbWi TEA H The indulgence in tea is H so . very slight, that the H pleasure escapes attention, H unless one waits a bit. H WrIU for Mir KnowlMf. Hook, A, Bblllln( H Oomjaey, Sun f- - '. H Hours of 8leep, H Our ...

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. — 4 October 1905

(ii I Vv v iv , ' HBHHHnflrTOnfl83fll L I i' .' ,A- ' ' r 'HHHi It ,-? The ; MERjpft Miner, ' "1 j Vol X Mercui;, Tooele County, UtahWednesday, October 4, 1905 t No 38 B THE MERCUR MINER. j Published Every WedimcSsy st Mereur, Tccele County, Utah. s ! v , ..SUBSCRIPTIONS: T One year, 75 etnti. Six Months, -10 eent. Three months, 33 cent. ,, j These -Mes hull) stood until January -, j i, jsofi, imt (lo u"t apply to back nc- ( J count ' t A1vorliHln rui-H on application to f, f Uux 17, Suit l.ak. Cllv. ' t Salt 1,,-iKh Office 257 Crm'aerclil ; j ' Chili nuUiMnr. r f Jas. T. Jakemnn . . " . Manager if Thlt paper Is kept on file by THC AMERICAN. MINING. CONGRESS, & ' Chamber of Commerce Building, Den- i J cr, Colo., shere our readers will be , .' . welcome, to the use of. the leading & - papers from the various mining sec- j '1 tlons of the west, a scientific library end mineral exhibit. I i CON. MERCUR IN THE LOCAL j MARKET. " ""-""" ' i Saturday, 21 Hid. A'; asked. 55. ' . 'cn...

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. — 4 October 1905

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Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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