The Western Weekly I
Vol. VIII SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, JULY 11, 1908 No. 18 I
BUT IT MELXSAWAK
NICE COLD CASH
I FOR THEN IT WILL.
j CREATE OR CRUMBLE. Every
i man should create a foundation for
u success before old age crumbles his
earning powers. A small savings ac-
1 count started to-day, NOW, will start
I you on the road to independence. The
I farther you travel on this road the less
I you will wish to turn aside.
We will pay you 4 per cent interes
on the money you put in our bank and
I compound the interest every six
Utah Savings & Trust Go.
No. 235 Main St., Salt Lake
In the Business Heart
SALT LAKE TURF EXCHANGE
48 EAST SECOND SOUTH.
California and Eastern Ilace.
Direct Wire (or all Sportlnc Event
' AUTOMOBILE VULCANIZING
' We make a Specialty of
Inner Tube Work.
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II Mm 69 East Fourth South.
HjH I Bell 1349. Ind. 1476.
G I LES
65 MAIN STREET
Solve the Servant Girl Problem
i By providing her with a Pacific
( Electric Flatiron she can do her
1 ironing so much quicker, easier and
! better that she will not longer look
look upon ironing as drudgery.
Let us send you one on trial.
! UTAH LIGHT & RAILWAY GO,
i "Electricity for Everything"
, 133 South West Temple Street.
t Bell Ex. 32. Independent 777.
The Western Weekly
A Journal of Western Literature, Development, Progress
Published every Saturday, at Salt Lake City, Utah
Five Cents a Copy Two Dollars a Year
TABLE OF CONTENTS.
A Prospector's Tale of the Desert ... 4
Automobile Section 5-G-7
Elder Thomas Kearns J 2
How They Boost 1G
List of Automobile Owners 5-(i
Mines and Mining 14-18
Music and Theatres 8 i
Nelson-Gans Fight 7
Pointed Political Pointers 11
Sporting Gossip 7-13
When Hope Had Failed,
A Short Story 8-i)
William Jennings Bryan Named ... 15
World Events for the :k 17
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mountain West, whether short stories, historical or descriptive
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Weekly, Commercial Block, Salt Lake City, Utah. Payment is
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The editor of this periodical will at all times welcome and gratefully
acknowledge any suggestions relative to improving the attractiveness
and usefulness of this paper.
Z. C. M. I. 1
GREAT GLOVE I
ALL NEXT WEEK I
On all Black, White I
and Colored Long H
Silk Gloves, and all I
Black and White I
Long Lisle Gloves fl
"Uhe Store beautiful H
A Cleanup of 1908 Gocarts; I
One-Third Under Price.
After the most successful Infant H
Vehicle season we ever had every H
line, not entirely closed out, is H
nld down to one or two of the H
ind, so out they go. H
Every Perambulator, Baby Car- 'H
riagc. and Folding or Reclining H
One-Third Under Price. fl
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Fkrd Stboosb, J. A. Greenewald. KM
President. Secretary. Iftl
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