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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 12, 1902)
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Leave Burlington Station, Omaha,
in standard or tourist sleeper and
go thro without change to San
Francisco or Los Angeles. Ex
change furs for fans, snow and ice
for flowers sunshine.
Hotel bills there, will
be less than coal bills
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Os tfe way to
If you go via die Burlington
Route and Denver you pass the
grand panorama of the Rockies
by . daylight. For more than
700 miles the most wonderful
scenery in America
is visible from the
Send me your name and address, and HI mail you'a handsome booklet descriptive of the golden state. It
contains a correct list of California hotels and boarding- houses with rates, tells you where to go and what to
see, and gives you some good advice for selecting the Burlington Route. Thro' standard sleeper to San
Francisco leaves Burlington Station, Omaha, 4:25 p.m. daily. Thro' tourist sleepers to California 4 times a week.
J. FRANCIS, General Passenger Igent, Ctrir.
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The crowning glory of California
the most magnificent combination of
land and sea and sky on the continent.
While enjoying the summer climate,
the roar and swish of the Pacific, the
glorious sunsets, the bright flowers
and the big trees, you'll be glad to
forget the snow and
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coal at home.
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Golf, tennis, sailing,
fishing and surf bath-
ing all winter long.
Facilities for every
form of sport at all
winter resorts. Hotels
better than ever. The
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