Photograph of a Southern Pacific advertisement for traveling to Portland, [s.d.]. An etching of a train can be seen towards the top and at bottom. Photonegative sleeve reads, "S.P. Lord Thomas J. Logan. Printed".; Advertisement reads, "$15 to Portland Now Every Day. An innovation is rail travel 14 months ago, this all-coach train, with $15 fare to Portland, ran on a weekly schedule. It immediately captured public favor -- and soon was operated semi--weekly; then tri-weekly. Steadily growing in public demand -- now this fast train service is offered every day! -- Fast Time -- Effective May 6 the 'Coach Special' will leave San Francisco at 8:20 p.m., Davis 11:30 p.m., with convenient connection from here. Arrives Portland 8:15 p.m. next day. Via Klamath Falls, through the 'land of lakes' -- the new Cascade line -- virgin forests, Eugene, the fertile Willamette valley, to Portland. Equipped for your comfort. Individual reclining chairs; all-day lunch car or delicious meals at moderate prices in the diner. 50 pounds free baggage allowance. Travel at low cost, this safe, swift, comfortable way to the Northwest. The $15 fare is good from San Francisco, Oakland, Berkeley, Richmond, Stockton, Tracy Lathrop, Sacramento and intermediate points. -- Southern Pacific (Name of Agent)".