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1 No matter what you want, no matter where published, and no matter
1 where you live, I can supply you and save you money.
H Write for 1906-7 price list, a postal brings it
GEO. MOTT SHEPflRD :
"THE MAAZINE NAN"
H 119 Commercial Block, Salt Lake City, Utah
Bell 1631 y Ind. 1631
THE TOURIST'S FAVORITE ROUTE.
Through Salt Lake CityiScenic Colorado ')
TO ALL POINTS EAST. J'
3 FAST FLYERS DAILY BETWEEN OGDEN
AND DENVER, CHOICE OF ROUTES. 0 lj
Through Pullman and Tourist Sleepers a
From Ogden or Salt Lake T
To St.. Louis and Chicago With Change of Cars. P 1
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For folders, iilusttsted booklets, etc., address i
L A. BENTON, O. A. P. D., Salt Lake City, Utah. I