National Geographic : 1936 Mar
A STORMOGUIDE PREDICTS THE WEATHER 24 HOURS IN ADVANCE N O NEED to let rain, wind, or any kind of weather catch you off guard-if you own a Stormoguide. These scientific instruments predict the weather while it is still many hours away. Nor is their uncanny knack of forecasting the weather an accident-built into every one is Taylor's 83 years' experience in making weather instruments used in official weather bureaus. Get a Stormoguide right now and know-don't guess -about tomorrow's weather. Prices, $7.50 to $60*. If your dealer cannot supply you, write direct to Taylor Instrument Companies, Roches ter, N. Y. Plant also in Toronto, Canada. Right: "GROSVENOR" STORMOGUIDE, mahog any, walnut or maple-and walnut frame. Smart gold plated dial, $15.* Below: "FAIRFAX" STORMO GUIDE, satin-black case, chrome reed trimming, grained aluminum dial, $10*. Both these Stormoguides can be adjusted to 3500 ft. alti tude, and both are equipped with an exclusive new Taylor automatic signal device which tells at a glance which way the weather is going. *Prices slightly higher west of the Rockies and in Canada. INSTRUMENTS IN INDUSTRY, other types for indi cating, recording and controlling tem perature, pressure and humidity. Help yourself to our Salad Bowl SOMEWHERE on Southern Pacific's 16,000 miles of line, lettuce, tomatoes and other vegetables are always ripening. If we can't get them in California, we get them in Arizona, Mexico, or the southern states. In December as well as in June, guests of our dining cars enjoy the famous Salad Bowl, and as many helpings as they wish. (The Casse role is another popular "Help yourself" dish.) "Help yourself" typifies the western hospi tality of the west's largest railroad. Next time you travel west, enjoy the luxury of Southern Pacific's air-conditioned trains and the deli cious, inexpensive "Meals Select" served in all Southern Pacific dining cars. Southern Pacific For information and literature about a trip west, write O. P. Bartlett, Dept. NT-3, 310 South Michigan Blvd., Chicago. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."