The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 4, July 1900 - April, 1901 Page: 77
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I. & G. N.
(INTERNATIONAL AND GREAT NORTHERN RAILROAD.)
Is the Short and the Sure of It
BETWEEN TEXAS AND ST. LOUIS.
ETWEEN TEXAS AND KANSAS CITY.
ETWEEN TEXAS AND MEMPHIS.
BETWEEN TEXAS AND MEXICO.
JUST LOOK AT THE MAP!
THROUGH SLEEPERS TO ST. LOUIS
Through Sleepers to Ft. Worth, Dallas
and Kansas City.
VIA MILANO AND THE
I. & G, N,-SANTA FE ROUTE,
HE SHORTEST TRIP.
HE SHORTEST TIME.
HE LEAST TROUBLE.
HE BEST SERVICE.
International & Great Northern Railroad, PALESTINE, TEX,
L. TRICE, D. J. PRICE,
3rd Y. -P. & Gen'I Supt. G. P. T. A.
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