National Geographic : 1942 Jan
Man deflates brother-in-law by 1. Arriving home for family re union at Christmas, he notes particularly smug look on broth er-in-law's face. 2. Brother-in-law immediately launches into bragfest on how he and family made trip home by Pullman. 3. Expounds at length on delicious steak dinner 4. Tells next how they left Junior tucked in bed which he, wife, and Junior had immediately on and in care of porter as they went back for evening boarding train, in club car. 5. Paints glowing picture of refreshments in club 6. Gets practically poetical telling how wonderful a car, and general refined air of people gathered sleep he had, claiming Pullman beds are best beds there to enjoy pleasant evening, in entire world. oi 7. Winds up oration by explain ing how rail and Pullman fare is less than 4c a mile-whereas it costs 5c a mile to run your own car. / \ 8. After hearing out b-in-law to end, our hero says quietly, "I know; I came Pullman myself like I always do. Nice, isn't it?" r-r/Comfort-/ r Soty ForfDepen/dob//y-o Ai//mon You get there refreshed, readier for a good time. Tryitnexttrip. COPR.1941, THEPULLMANCO. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."