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"the Rocky Mountain Limited," And "the Big 5."

"the Rocky Mountain Limited," And "the Big 5." image
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The popularity oí "The Groat Koek slaoid Route" as a Colorado line- it ia ving long time siuee taken first place ias tlie people's favoriSfce between the Laicos and the Mountains - has com[Xïlled the management to increase its)i(eiit splendid service by the addition of a train that is one niglit on the road from Chicago to Denver, Colorado S-prings or Pueblo. This train will be lmowa as the "Rocky Wouiitain Iimited," and will be put in service May first. Ieaves Chicago daily at 10.45 a. m., arriving at the above cities in the afternoon ot the next day, earlier thaii any of dts Competitors. Especial equipment has been built for tliis train, with the view Of making it a limited in every sense of the word, and best of all, there will be no extra charge. The route of ithis exceedingly fast train is by the Bock Island Short Line, and a few of tlie larger cities through which it passes, are Da venport, Des Moines, Lincoln, Council Bluffs, Omaha, Beatrice, Fairbury, Belleville, Phillipsburg, Colby, Smith Centre and Goodland. This makE8 it the most desirable route, and pnrticularly interesting to the traveler. Another point: The popularity of our dining-car service is still on th& increase, and no money spared to make this service what our patrons always Bay, "the best." Our "Big 5" will continue as usual, leaviaig Chicago at 10 p. m., and artiving at Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo the second morning, being tut one day out, and this fast and popular train goes through Omaha. Our No. 11 will leave as heretofore at 6 p. m., arrive at Kansas City at 9 a. m., aad will reacli Denver, Colotatlo Springs aud Pueblo the second morning. Our Colorado service is made perfect toy this new "Rocky Mountahi Limited" and the "Big 5," and gives to the travcling' public two flyers Üaily. Manitou paesengers should consult the anap and timo tables of our line, to iully appreciate the advantages in time saved by this route, when 'Nvhen 'On thelr summer vacatiüii.


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Ann Arbor Courier