The 1928 Texas Almanac and State Industrial Guide Page: 10
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Day after day the words click out like a military salute
-the report of the Burlington general manager.
Consider what they mean. Today thousands have de-
pended on the BURLINGTON-to get them to their
destinations on time.
Wires flashed . . . great locomotives roared east, west,
northwest . . Fifty thousand employes bent to their
myriad tasks . .. And every passenger aboard a
BURLINGTON train arrived on time.
This is not unusual-it is usual performance on the
Burlington. The Burlington is known as an on time rail-
road--for a reason. It has developed fast road beds,
dependable equipment, sensible and reliable schedules,
and a corps of men fired with the importance of an on
BURLINGTON SOUTHWEST TRAVEL BUREAUS
DALLAS OKLAHOMA CITY
701 KIRBY BUILDING 512 FIRST NATIONAL BANKBLDG.
C. W. ANDREWS, General Agent A. R. BROWN, Commercial Agent
TULSA NEW ORLEANS
314 KENNEDY BUILDING 708 COMMON STREET
A. L. MOORE, General Agent G. B. MAGRUDER, General Agent
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