National Geographic : 1929 Jan
Enjoy ity Comforts In Your Country Home CITY comforts are no longer limited by city water mains. Even the most modest sub urban or country home can have its own indi vidual water system with fresh running water anywhere it is desired-kitchen, bathroom, laundry, garage and grounds-for comfort, san itation, convenience and protection. FG1 MYE SelifilingWater Systems are absolutely dependable-day after day. Backed by more than fifty years of manufacturing experience. Entirely automatic when powered by electricity - self-oiling, self-starting, self-stop ping. Also made for hand, wind or gas engine power. Styles for either deep or shallow wells. Capacities 200 to 10,000 gallons per hour. Catalog and com plete information on request. aT ,- H The F. E. MYERS & BRO. CO. S90 Orange Street Ashland, Ohio ,,,,,,,,-, - L------ ^^^*^^ 1 ^^ Th 8oo0 Oadillac otel ON WASHINGTON BOULEVARD THE STREET OF FINE SHOPS DETR0IT GOOD NIGHT ,* > and in the morning, the telephone jingles* *, a cheery voice tells it is seven and you rub your eyes and disappear again twenty fathoms under woolly blue blan kets. A flighty, piping wind beats 'round the open windows-they should be down. The radiators sing a useless song. Your better, far better half, sets sail for forty other winks. You start to follow, but con science makes you cowardly. You snuggle deeper and wide eyed memory brings pictures of lordly bacon and golden toast, flaky, yellow waffles in puddles of golden syrup and floating islands ofbutter, whole pots of coffee, and v your bed covers explode! You jam down the win dows! and to a tuneless whistled tune you race through the shower a minute ahead of the sweetest girl. Captain Room Service appears with a hot and savoury breakfast for two, in your room. Good Morning! What a wonderful sleep! See you soon? THE BOOK-CADILLAC HOTEL Carl M. Snyder, Managing Director DETROIT "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."