National Geographic : 1927 Mar
vast herds of Herefords and sheep in mountains that roll down to the sea! A gloriouslydiversified trip in delightful comfort THE Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul route to the Pacific-elec trifiedfor 660 miles-is crowded with novelty and interest. The highest peaks, the greatest rivers, the most splendid plains, bounte ous valleys, and range after range of glorious mountains, are all incidents of the trip. Constantly you feel the lure of fresh startling beauty, of a strange challenging country, of rich opportunities waiting for development. Hundreds of won derful side-trips tempt you to stop-over. Big game hunting. Marvelous fishing. Ranch life. The thrill of discovery. Historic trails and scenes. Extraordinary industrial achievements. From Chicago to the North west Coast you may glide in lux ury on the world-famous "Olym pian" or on the "Columbian." Equipped with every desired convenience. Service of specially trained personnel. And the fa mous dining-car service is made complete with delicious fruits, berries, melons, vegetables crisp and fresh from farms and orchards along the way. Passenger cars equipped with roller bearings, drawn by electric power acrossfour great mountain ranges. Smooth, clean travel. No lurching vibrations. No cin ders, smoke nor oil fumes. You enjoy to the utmost the most complete and diversified long distance trip in America. MILWAUKEE ROAD GEO. B. HAYNES, Passenger Traffic Mgr. Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Union Station, Chicago, Illinois Please send me tourist literature on the Pacific Northwest. Name Street City 33 :...................................................... ...................