National Geographic : 1911 Dec
" The Man who STills is the SMan who Tells You, too, are Figuring on a Home in the Country! fWe all are-and one of these days we intend to act. Why not now? Why not "retire" before you're all worn out? Why not retire to a country home where your income will not cease, but where-on the contrary you will make a very comfortable living ? If you are interested in this idea of leaving the hustle and the bustle of quitting the killing pace-I have a little booklet I want you to read. Its title is "From Office to Orchard." It's the true story of a man of family who broke loose after years in a me diocre business rut that had dwarfed him into a bundle of nerves and a disordered stomach. Now he's a Pobust Producer in the Land where our food comes from. His story has a Moral for You. Shall I send it? EThere are seven states in the Northern Pacific Land of Fortune. Any one of them is a happy state to be in. Let me tell you about them now and send you the booklet mention ed, also "Thro' the Fertile Northwest." Write today. Address: A. M. Cleland General Pass'r Agent Northern Pacific Ry St. Paul, Minnesota I- It "Geographic readers may depend upon the integrity of our advertisers." "Geographic readers may depend upon the integrity of our advertisers." WHEN YOU GO WEST TAKE THE NEW WAY THROUGH THE FEATHER RIVER CANYON VIA THE Denver & Rio Grande and Western Pacific A World's Wonderway For information and sleeping-car reservations, ask your Local Agent, or address E. L . LOMAX, Passenger Traffic Manager G. F. HERR, Asst. Gen'l Passenger Agent Western Pacific Railway SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA PANORAMA OF THE CANADIAN ROCKIES THE MOST WONDERFUL MOUNTAIN PICTURE EVER MADE tIUnfolded Copies in heavy Art Mat Board, ready for framing or to be used as a frieze. Size, nine feet long by nine inches high. Limited Edition Postpaid, Fifty cents Department H NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE Sixteenth and M Streets N. W. WASHINGTON, D. C .