National Geographic : 1898 Apr
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE SEOPLE like to read about the great :i: and wonderful country of the . SSouthwest; of its quaint and curious *: towns, its a n c i e n t civilizations, its . . natural marvels. They like to get ac- i curate information about California '" and the Pacific Coast. This is because Y Most people want to some day see these : things for themselves . . . . . . .... I"N IM~~ - O -:OuuUUUUU A charming book covering these facts is issued by the PASSENGER DEPARTMENT OF THE Southern Pacific Railway, and will be sent to any one, postpaid, on receipt of TEN CENTS. ^t^S | THE BOOK IS ENTITLED f S"Through Storyland : to Sunset Seas," " :ii ' :i:^*%^'^^** ^^^^^ '^^*%^*^*^ of o fffffffffffffo |€+ i;1 AND IS A WONDERFULLY HAND |: SOME VOLUME OF 205 PAGES, You can get a copy by writing to I LU S. F. B. MORSE, WITH 160 ILLUSTRATIONS. . . . General Passenger Agent, The paper used is FINE PLATE |N Southern Pacific, ff New Orleans, i PAPER, and every typographical de and sending 10 cts. to defray postage. tail is artistic. It is a story of what 1 4 four people saw on just such a trip as "Z you would like to make . ...... ...