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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 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
I Local & Mows Kctis
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
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.
I MERCUR LOCAL ITEMS.
i-1 Mayor I.uft has been elected secre
) f tnry of the Utah Druggists Assoclntlon.
Head the ndvertlHemont of the Agrl
I'tiltuntl College In this Issue. No bet
ter school In America.
I The II. Y. University had n couple
of missionaries working up the Inter
i ests of that institution In these parts.
Messrs. Andolln and Anderson.
The University of Utnh has an ex
cellent school for mining men. Mln
f v- i rrs, If you want to follow your profe.
jj' W '?" sl6iiaJntelllgcntlyrsnurcMr-uiir time"
fliTfflclent to take a course In the Uni
versity School of Mines. x
Nos, from 1 to 111 will bo permitted
to mnko entry August 28, from 112 to
222, August 29; 223 to 333, August 30:
331 to -III, August 31. To make entry
September 1, numbers from 415 to 555.
Above this number Is hardly worth
Mr. K. S. Krtman Is manager of the
1'luhmi Park, and Is doing nil he can
to make this place of amusement popu
lar its ever. The affairs of the com
inny have been settled, mid Mr. (iour
!' has stepped out, turning the busi
ness over to the new coinp my.
The Ut llni'i Stock company Is again
I In the Held and Is deserving the p.i-
i. -ullage of the public. Last week I hoy I
presented "New Kngluml Folks," a
piny in four nets, on the I'ark stage,
mill "Shore Ai'ies" was never better
presented In Salt like. K, A. Martin
.is N,it Merry anil (J. II. Melford ns Dr
Sam Warren, sustained their n I ready
liistly-denerved excellent lepiitnlloil
und rriink CWytou iih Martin llerry
wis KUpeilor to the same p-irt lepre
Hcnted on the Salt Lake stage by an
ull-rtnr company. Tho company will
uppenr In tho Lyric Theatro and we
iidvlse all our friends to make It an
object to see this company before
they go on tho road.
Via Oregon Short Line Railway.
Salt Lake to I'ortland and return
Salt Lnko to I'ortland and return
(one wuy via San Francisco). $12.60.
Salt Lake to Portland and return,
t (one wny via Los Angeles), $50.50.
Tickets to I'oiilnud and return, di
rect, on sale dally from May 21th to
I September 30th, Inclusive. Tickets
I leading one wny via San Francisco ot
U)K Angeles on sale August 30, 31,
und September 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, C, 13, 14.
15, 27. 28, 29. All tickets good for
stopovers. See ogents for Inrther par
ticulars. City Tickot Ofllco 201 Main
LAST EXCURSION NORTH.
Saturday, Sept. 2nd.
Vln Oregon Short Lino. Tho usual
greatly reduced excursion rates will
prevail. See agents for further par
ilculars. City Ticket Office, 201 Muin
SALT LAKE &. MERCUR RAIROAO
CO. TIME TABLE.
Effective May 1st, 1905.
No.-l. No, 2.
A. M. Stations. ! M.
11:16 Ar Mercur I.v 2:00
11:00 L Summit Lv SM6
10:30 I.v Mannlm; I.y 2:52
10:05 I.v Fairfield Ar 3:14
Y J. O. JACOBS,
TOOELE COUNTY TIPS.
Grasshoppers are bad In pan of tno
Dry fin ms have suffered much this
year, one runner only raising I M, bush,
els of whom to the acre tin a farm of
200 ncios. ,
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Con. Mercur has ileclnroil nr.othcr
dividend and the monthly paymoiitn"&f
2 'A cents or more n share, will be
given to tho stockholder.
Mercur was represented In the low
numbers In the reservation drawing,
Frank I'ellaconll (122) being tho lucky
man; 135 was drown by Asper Urndan.
Tho excursion to tho Lagoon fioni
Tooele county last Saturday was n
hummer. The brass band from Tooele
City was there, but the boys fiom the
county seat permitted Illngham to bout
them at baseball, 9 lo 3. I
Vanity and Self-Improvement.
Nothing Is so common opd bai bar
ons B8 vanity, and uoiliTng m V.
nnbllng us sclf-linpiov men;. .
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From Our Exchanges
DINGHAM JUNCTION LOCALS. .
Quite n l Unifier of West Jordan",
folks were among Uncle Snm' lucky
boys at tho recent ittnd lottery. Mny.
Just n word, glils.. Don't ve.ir those
hlgh-hcoicd ;KficlJ;'fil.iois. .. Tlioy nro
neither, piclty via (gcncufni. rinl by Ihe
lopsided, bobbin')' 'vallf, they nanH boj
com fo ' We. ' ,
Tho newRchooUlimtso nt West '.lor'
dnn, now In process of enlargement
and repair at a cost of over ton thou
sand dollars,, will bo one of tho 'finest'
In the county, and n credit to tho place.1
oi ot j
Prof, floff Is to prepare n paper oni
"Contagious Diseases," to be r.cud nt,
the next County Principals' associa
tion. No doubt It will be worthy of'
the occasion. "
Much Inconvenience tins boon enured
by tho stoppage of electric poweiV
What Is the manor? Tho use of oil
lamps does not leisen the dnngor of
JJ There are big doings In our Cigar S
f Department these days. . ; ''
? RIEGR & LINDLEY," c . J
; "The Whiskey Merchants," "
S , Salt Lake City, jf
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ROBERT E. PICKLE
1 STATIONERY CONFECTIONERY NOTIONS....
I A tull lint t Button. Th btvcent ind best tuck A lull lire f Ballon,
U try. All tbe leadthg of Cgntectlonery In Mcr- ClaM, TibioKi i3
I perltxlIoaU .,... cur kamkwrOoJjtT,,... 7
I Agency Troy Steam Laundiy, 83S&S! MRGUr)?"
X For tho Ctvoapdsl Lino ofbd t.Tjtitfe $
I HLKf mi Ofi$I ITU)!. I
& Mintn' ctoitjaf leppim, ftiib It rSrtnibv 2
A 'P. BoU, OttnhlrW ElJ. 7
I Main Street, Mercur, Woi, BILUUB8, irep. I
I EWAS MORRIS S31 SONS CO.
SALT LAKE CITY. Opposite South Gst Temple Block. ;
, MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, s i;
J MANTELS. GRATES, TILES, ;'
FIRE-PROOF CHIMNEYS., CEMENT, ETC. jj
Beautifully Illustrated Catalogue Sent Free. WrltoUs. ':
PROMPTNESS a j-
AND FAIRNESS rT "to. V.tt
FEATURES ty ' A cs5b'2- rtnl'A
OF OUR MAIL rSk'' i&3 h
ORDER DEPARTMENT. &, MIIIfSM
To buy furniture from us by mall at 'J ' jj f.wNJJjJi'fcasffTa 6WI
to do the purchasing In person. .--U n m7jiVJS"u'
Send your orders for anything per- j va7K? ftf)Ul
talnlng to house furnishing, and our ivS25'1 fSlills"
experienced Judgment will make a Kil2wWi' - f 3i
satisfactory selection. jl&Hj " w?f r
Write today for descriptions and ffZ:
prices of whatever you desire In that 'V:?3?i-i'."l":'",i
THE GREENEWALD FURNITURE CO.,
33-3547 West Third South St., Salt Lake City, Utah.
TAYLOR, ROMNEY, ARMSTRONG CO.
Wholesale and Retail
Corner South Temple and 2d West St.
SALT LAKE CITY , - - UTAH
No, II of the llencrwitlon l.mds was I
drawn b Jucph S Vincent No 2.10. 1
Parker Tounscml. Mttrrnj : No ,lo:i,
Wm M lrlne. Sandy. No. ir.t. H j
Onrdner, Went Jordan; No 352, llert
L. Smith, Hr.iiitr; No. 381. ILirhel M
"The Head of the Public School Sys
tem of the State."
The University of Utah Includes the
School of Arts and Sciences, the
J. State School of Mines and the
State Normal School.
SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES.
Tho School of Arts and Sciences of
fers courses In:
; 1 Goneral Science.
2 Liberal Arts.
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL.
ijTho Normal School offers:
-l A Tour-year Normal Couree.
2 Advanced Normal Courses.
'3 Course In Klndorgnrten Train
ing. THE SCHOOL OF MINES.
t Tho School of Minos offers courses
1 Mining KiiRlneorlnR.
2 Electrical KiiKliU'irliig.
'3 Civil Knglnoerlng.
t -I Mechanical Knelneerlnp;.
' C Chemical UnglnoerinR.
A Preparatory School Is maintained
which gives iiropnrntlnn for the
course In C!onernl Sclenco. Liberal
Arts, Engineering, Law. Medlclno and l
Oraduntes from tho eight grades of,
the public schools are admitted In the
Normal School; but n year of High
School work Is necessary for admls
on to tho Preparatory School.
New buildings, excellent facilities,
f No tuition Is charged, but an nn
mml registration fee of ten dollars Is
required. Iloglstratlon, September
ICth and ICtli. Instruction begin)
Catalogue and Illustrated booklet
sent free upon request to
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH,
1 . rZ'F -WZl I THE CIGAR THAT'S !
smmm always r.ght, ;
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tn4 Ayt ', T0 rxk ,,oln- The peer of mo' t cigar ohi
w r- ' j 5 anywhere. Cuban hnnd-madc, Hnvniul H
M?S Jrl vT r' filler, It fitrnlshos tho best and sweet , 'H
l$M wn. Vviit V pSfl cst 8mo'0 ,nnt an' smoker can wlsb H
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i y- 5N Wants to hear from you regarding that new H
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" C'rW l 3 -. Kurnlturo and Housohold supplels In I M
I .ly fc Jy ,. ,. fa tlio Intormountaln country. Prices H
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It DIRECT TO CORONADO TENT CITY. " BH
-f Palntlnl Veslllmled Trains lcnve Salt Lake City 8:30 p. m. dally. Ob- 4 -f
ttBervatlon, Drawing ltoom nnd Standard Pullman Slooper, Tourist aniT . HHI
Dining Car. 4. j. H
FREE RECLININQ CHAIR CAR. X &'liiiil
Ask nearest agent for Information on Pacific Const Excursions, or f '1
wrlto to J. L.tMooro, ,Diat. Tas. Agent. San Pedro, l.os Angeles k Salt (SH
I.nko It. K., Salt Lako City, 4 fMI
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