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View Ad R. K. Thomas Count: 17 First Date: 1898-01-01 Last Date: 1898-12-15
R. K.THOMAS Removed to 48 and 50 Main St., SALT LAKE CITY. The Leading Retail Cash House. R.K.THOMAS
View Ad Romania Pratt Count: 8 First Date: 1898-01-01 Last Date: 1898-09-01
Midwifery Classes. DR. ROMANIA B. PRATT com- mences a class in midwifery every six months immediately after the semi-annual conference. Special courses of three months to mid- wives who have been in practice. Special terms given to students sent by any Relief Society. For par- ticulars please address Romania B. Pratt, Constitution Bldg. Main St., Salt Lake City.
View Ad Union Pacific Count: 1 First Date: 1898-01-01 Last Date: 1898-01-01
UNION PACIFIC THE OVERLAND ROUTE WORLD'S PICTORIAL LINE The People's Favorite Trains leave and arrive Salt Like City as fol- lows. (In effect March 16, 1897): DEPART. "The Overland Limited" for Chicago, St. Paul, St. Louis, Omaha, Kansas City, Denver and Park City 7:00 a.m. "The Fast Mail," for Chicago, St. Louis, Omaha, Kansas City and Denver 6:25 p.m. From three to twelve hours quicker to all above points than any other line. ARRIVE: "The Overland Limited," from Chi- cago, St. Louis, Omaha, Kansas City, Denver and Park City 3 p.m. "The Fast Mail," from Chicago, St. Paul, St. Louis, Omaha, Kansas City and Denver O a.m. CITY TICKET OFFICE, 201 MAIN ST. Telephone No. 665. The only line operating Through Pullman Palace Sleepers, Library, Buffet Smoker, Dining Cars, Tourist Sleepers and Free Reclining Chair Cars. S. H. H. CLARK, OLIVER W. MINK, E. ELLERY ANDERSON, JOHN W. DOANE, FREDERICK R. COUDERT, Receivers. E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. Agt. E. DICKENSON, Gen. Manager. H. M. CLAY, General Agent. +i ine seueeebebeeebetseneneseesesatataralesetase las ebaralevel ara se late talalelsalslalsalbalslstabavelslslslselabale| uur r
View Ad Zion's Savings Bank & Trust Count: 17 First Date: 1898-01-01 Last Date: 1898-12-15
Save Your Money! And when you get a dollar, deposit it with Zion’s Savings Bank & Trust Company, the oldest and largest savings bank in Utah. Since the establishment of the bank we have opened more than 19,000 sav- ings accounts. The laws of Utah permit married women and also children who are minors to open savings accounts in their own name, subject to their own order. Have you such an account? If not, open one NOW. We pay FOUR PER CENT IN- TEREST on any amount from one dol- lar to thousands, and compute said interest four times a year. WRITE for any information desired. WILFORD WOODRUFF, Prest. GEORGE M. CANNON, Cashier Nos. 1-3-5 Main Street.
View Ad Ellis R. Shipp Count: 1 First Date: 1898-02-01 Last Date: 1898-02-01
DR. ELLIS R. SHIPP'S SCHOOL, The Winter session of DR. ELLIS R. SHIPP’S School in Obstetrics and Nursing will begin October 11th, 1897, at her residence, 75 Center street, with greatly improved facili- ties for instruction in this important study. For full particulars please address ELLIS R. SHIPP.
View Ad Ellis R. Shipp Count: 5 First Date: 1898-02-15 Last Date: 1898-05-15
DR. ELLIS R. SHIPP, Teaches two classes yearly in Ob. stetrics and Nursing, beginning just after the spring and fall Conference Special opportunities and prices are given to Societies sending students. and also to those who have had previous study. For full particulars please com- municate either personally or by letter with ELLIS R. SHIPP, M. D 75 Center Street, Salt Lake City.
View Ad Rio Grande Western Railway Count: 1 First Date: 1898-03-15 Last Date: 1898-03-15
CONFERENCE RATES VIA Rio Grande Western Railway. For the Annual Conference, L. D. S., and Woman’s Conference, L. D. S., at Salt Lake City, April 6th to 9th, inclusive, the usual half rates and arrangements have been put into effect via the Rio Grande Western Railway. TICKETS will be sold on following dates: From Ogden, Park City, Bingham, Springville, Silver City and intermediate points, from April 5th to 9th, inclusive; tickets limited to April 15th, 1898. From all other points April 4th to 8th, inclusive; tickets limited to April 18th, 1898, except Grand Junction, Fruita and Cisco, at which points tickets are on sale only on April 5th, limited to date of sale on going trip, with final limit April 18th.
View Ad Rio Grande Western Railway Count: 1 First Date: 1898-06-01 Last Date: 1898-06-01
THE WOMEN’S MEETING IN DENVER SPECIAL EXCURSION, The women who intend going to Denver for the Federation meeting should by all means use the Rio Grande ‘Western Rail- way. ‘This line in addition to being a home institution with headquarters, shops, etc., in Salt Lake City, presents countless at- tractions in the way of scenery, train service, etc. A delightful trip can be ar- ranged without additional cost by using the Rio Grande Western in connection with it her the standard gauge lines of the Colorado Midland or Denver & Rio Grande R. R. via Glenwood, Leadville, the Royal Gorge or Manitou in one direction and the narrow gauge line of the D. & R. G. by way of the Marshall Pass and the Black Canon in the other. The round trip rate via any combination of the three dis- tinct scenic routes of the R. G. W. Ry. has been fixed at $20.00. Tickets on sale June 19th and 20th. It is expected a large num- ber of the eastern women in attendance at the meeting will take advantage of an ex- cursion to Ogden and Salt Lake City via the Rio Grande Western.
View Ad Union Pacific Count: 1 First Date: 1898-06-01 Last Date: 1898-06-01
UNION PACIFIC THE OVERLAND ROUTE WORLD'S PICTORIAL LINE The People’s Favorite. The Great Overland Route, the Union Pacific Railroad, is a strictly “up-to-date” transporta- tion line and offers its patrons unequaled ser- vice. Please bear in mind the following un- disputed facts: That by using the Union Pacific you will save several hours time to all eastern points; therefore the time you save is equal to money earned. The only line east from Utah with dining car service. The only line equipped with buffet smoking and library cars, through Pullman vestibuled palace and tourist sleeping cars, free reclining chair cars with no change to Missouri river and Chicago and only one change to New York. As the lowest rates to all points apply via the Union Pacific why not use it in preference to any other line? Detailed information of every kind relating to railroad and steamship trans- portation will be promptly and cheerfully fur- nished on application to H.M. Clay, General Agent, No. 201 Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah.
View Ad Oregon Short Line Railroad Count: 6 First Date: 1898-08-01 Last Date: 1898-11-01
OREGON SHORT LINE RAILROAD (In Effect July 17, 1898. Trains arrive and depart at Salt Lake City daily us follows: ARRIVE From Chicago, Omaha, St. Louis, Kansas City, Denver, Park City and Ogden 3:10 p m From Helena, Butte, Portland, San Francisco. Ogden and intermed- fate points 8:55 a m From San Francisco, Cache Valley Ogden and intermediate points. 7:15 p m From Chicago, Omaha, St. Louis, Kansas City Denver and Ogden 3:10 a m *From Frisco, Milford, Sanpete, Pro- vo, Eureka, Mammoth, Silver City and intermediate points.... 6:20 p m †Mixed train from Terminus, Tooele and Garfield Beach 4:00 p m DEPART. For Chicago, Omaha, Denver, Kan- sas City, St. Louis, Ogden and Park City 7:00 a m For San Francisco, Ogden, Cache Valley and intermediate points. 3:05 a m For Ogden, Denver, Kansas City Omaha, St. Louts, Chicago and intermediate points.............. 6:25 p m For Ogden, Butte, Helena, Portland and San Francisco 3:45 p m *For Mercur, Eureka, Silver City, Provo, Nephi. Sanpete, Milford, Frisco and intermediate points 7:30 a m †Mixed train for Garfield Beach, Tooele and Terminus 7:45 a m *Trains south of Juab run daily except Sunduy. †Daily except Sunday. CITY TICKET OFFICE, UNDER MASONIC HALL, No. 200 West Second South street Telephone No 250. Railroad and Steamship Tickets on sale to all parts of the world. Pullman Palace Car ticket office. D. E. BURLEY, Gen. Pass. and Ticket Agent 8. W. ECCLES, General Traffic Manager. W. H. BANCROFT, Vice-President and Gen. Manager
View Ad Margaret C. Roberts Count: 2 First Date: 1898-09-01 Last Date: 1898-09-15
Dr. Margaret C. Roberts Will commence her winter class in Obstetrics and Nursing, on Monday, Oct. 10th. Any one wishing to com- municate with Dr. Roberts, address 75 North State Street. Telephone 548 D.
View Ad Ellis R. Shipp Count: 2 First Date: 1898-09-01 Last Date: 1898-09-15
Dr. Ellis R. Shipp’s School The winter session of DR. ELLIS R. SHIPP’S School in obstetrics and Nursing will begin October 11th, 1898, at her office Constitution building, Main Street. with greatly improve d facilities for instruction in this important study. For full par- ticulars please address ELLIS R. SHIPP, M, D,
View Ad Union Pacific Count: 3 First Date: 1898-09-15 Last Date: 1898-11-01
SWIFT AS THE EAGLE UNION PACIFIC THE OVERLAND ROUTE WORLD'S PICTORIAL LINE Denver is one day nearer Chicago to-day than it was yesterday. This is the actual practical effect of the fast mail trains inaugurated by the North-Western and Union Pacific.— Chicago Times Herald, Feb. 8, 1848. “The Chicago Special” Leaves Denver, 4:30 p m today. Arrives Omaha, 7:00 a m tomorrow. Arrives Chicago, 8:45 p m tomorrow. To the Chicago. Union Pacific and North- western belongs the credit of inaugurating the new fast train service between Denver and Chicago. This new train is a triumph of modern rail- roading. It consists of six magnificent cars: Buffet, smoking and library car, with barber shop. etc. Two splendid palace sleeping cars. Reclining chair car. Dining car, meals a la carte. Baggage car. This is the only train between Denver and Chicago having the luxurious ...Buffet, Smoking and Library Cars. Westbound. “The Colorado Special" leaves Chicago 10:00 a m, arrives Omaha 11:55 p m, to- day, and Denver 1:30 p m. tomorrow.
View Ad Woman's Co-op Committee Count: 1 First Date: 1898-09-15 Last Date: 1898-09-15
To the Ladies: We have much pleasure in invit- ing you to attend our fall millinery opening which will take place Sep- tember 26th and 27th. Our French patterns are more beautiful than ever, and besides, we have a great variety of lovely trim- med hats, ranging in price from $3.00 to $8.00. We earnestly solicit the favor of a trial. Ladies coming for Confer- ence will find it one of the special attractions. Woman's Co-op. Committee, M. FRANCIS, Manager. 53 W. First South. Salt Lake City.
View Ad Union Pacific Count: 1 First Date: 1898-12-01 Last Date: 1898-12-01
Only 73 Hours SALT LAKE to NEW YORK. By a recent change in schedule the Overland Limited of the Union Pacific and North-western in connection with the L S & M.S. and N.Y.C & H.R. R.R., now makes the unparalleled time record of only three days to New York. Train leaves Salt Lake 7:00 a. m., Ogden 8:10 a.m. daily, arrives Chi- cago 7:45 a. m. and Grand Central depot, New York City, 10:35 a.m., second and third days respectively. Only one change of cars and twelve hours quickest time. For purchase of tickets and reser- vation of berths, call at the "Old Stand," 201 Main Street, or address H.M. Clay, General Agent.