National Geographic : 1896 Jan
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE WTJEIEEiU 3 TiTOT O T.EAVEL * * * WEST 0F' 0IIIOACrO TAKE THE CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY, WHICH REACHES ALL THE PRINCIPAL POINTS IN THE WEST, NORTHWEST, AND SOUTHWEST. T HIS road draws tribute from the Garden Spot of America, and along its lines are located a greater number of large cities and towns than on those of any other western road of equal mileage. St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minn., Des Moines and Dubuque, Ia., Kansas City and St. Joseph, Mo., and Atchison and Leavenworth, Kan., are only a few of the points to which it runs solid trains, equipped with every modern convenience. CAREFUL MANAGEMENT. FAST TIME. SURE CONNECTIONS. F. H. LORD, Gen. Pass. and Ticket Agent. The Si New Number IX Model s REMINGTONev Typewriter. The Improvements. ALIGNMENT Perfect, and permanently maintained. PAPER FEED Absolute control, any width, on any part of cylinder. PAPER CARRIAGE Wider, Lighter, Stronger, Steadier. PAPER GUIDES Self-adjustable anywhere. No rubber bands. TOUCH Superlatively easy and non-fatiguing. SPACING MECHANISM Works with greater speed and unerring certainty. RIBBON MOVEMENT Simplicity and economy combined. SHIFTING MECHANISM Entirely new and more perfect system. DESIGN Scientifically correct, mechanically wrought out. CONSTRUCTION Every possible improvement in material and the making. SENT OUT ON TRIAL. WYCKOFF, SEAMANS & BENEDICT, Cor. F and 8th Sts, N.W., Washington, D. C.
1895 Oct 31