National Geographic : 1911 Jun
So, you re going to Colorado-and of "God's out of doors" there's no place like Colorado. SMountains, forests, flowers, streams, sky, stars, air. Verily 'tis the "land of life." But, friend-make the "way" you go worthy of the State you're going to. . "W The Rock Island Lines is the "way "to Colo \[I,rado, over the road of Highest Service. And every "travel-wise" tourist takes the deservedly ' - famous ROCKY MOUNTAIN LIMITED -from Chicago every day in the year It is Chicago's " good morning " salutation to Denver, Colorado Springs, and Pueblo. A Patrician train of limitless luxury. A splendidly appointed "home upon wheels." Transportation de luxe. Every caprice and necessity of guests anticipated. 1 Name your want. Clothes pressed ? There's a valet. A book to read? Just push the button. A shave? The barber's chair is waiting. Meals for Epicures. Snow white, roomy beds. Library-buffet-observation car -Victrola Recitals-the world's news service-then - the regret at leaving this incomparable train at your destination. The Mountaineer (every night) and other fast trains daily from Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City, St. Joseph, Omaha, and Memphis for Colorado, Yellowstone Park, and the Pacific Coast. Beautifully illustrated books on Colorado, Yellowstone Park, and California will be sent free on request to L. M. Allen, PassengerTraffic Manager, 33 La Salle Station, Chicago, Ill. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."