National Geographic : 1897 Nov
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE SEOPLE like to read about the great Sand wonderful country of the 5 Southwest; of its quaint and curious ** A charming book covering these ' facts is issued by the towns, its ancient civilizations, its ;_ ( PASSENGER DEPARTMENT natural marvels. They like to get ac- X OF THE curate information about California 4 Southern Pacific Railway, ... and will be sent to any one, postpaid, and the Pacific Coast. This is because o andw b cep n t to TEN CENTS. * on receipt of TEN CENTS. most people want to some day see these thingsforthemselves . . . .. . ... e• f ff=:=t •^= • -- N" •f•" r - THE BOOK IS ENTITLED _ "Through Storyland S S : to Sunset Seas," Xt ^^M^M^^^M^^ ^«^^^« :::N^*«"«« ffM^N"^^wff^^^ You can get a copy by writing to S. F. B. MORSE, General Passenger Agent, Southern Pacific, New Orleans, and sending 10 cts. to defray postage. Sfff ff ^*';"//// ~~I////~ 4 AND IS A WONDERFULLY HAND : SOME VOLUME OF 205 PAGES, WITH 160 ILLUSTRATIONS. . . . _ The paper used is FINE PLATE . PAPER, and every typographical de tail is artistic. It is a story of what four people saw on just such a trip as you would like to make. . ... Af .f. Y. f/Y^ff~ /','