Texas Mining and Trade Journal, Volume 4, Number 30, Saturday, February 10, 1900 Page: 16
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TEXAS M1NJNG AN1) TRADE JOURNAL.
A L L A S,
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WRITE for PRICES
T E X A 5
Best Passenger Service in Texas
TEXAS & PACIFIC EXCURSIONS.
no trouble to answer questions
SHORT LINE FROM
To St. Louis, Memphis and Points East and Southeast.
Only line to New Mexico, Arizona and California.
Incomparable Tourist Car Service and THROUGH
SLEEPERS between Chicago, St. Louis, Texas Points,
Los Angeles and San Francisco.
TO NEW ORLEANS. '
$igF"Compare our Schedule with other Lines.
i c thorne e. p. turner,
' Vice President and Gen'l Mgr. General Fa.nei.ger and Ticket Agent.
The Texas & Pacific is the only line giving patrons
choice of three routes (via New Orleans, Memphis or
Shreveport) to nearly all points in the Southeastern States.
Write for full information regarding rates, schedules,
connections, sleeping cars, and chair car accommodations,
to nearest ticket agent or to H. P. Hughes, traveling
passenger agent, Fort Worth, Texas, or to E. P. Turner,
general passenger and ticket agent, Dallas, Texas.
On account of meetings of the Interstate Merchants'
Association, St. Louis, Missouri, in February, March and
April, a rate of one and one-fifth standard fares of the
certificate plan, under Southwestern Passenger Bureau
rules, has been adopted. Certificates showing purchase
of tickets February 14 to 26, inclusive, to be honored at
one-fifth fare returning to and including March 8. Cer-
tificates showing purchase of tickets March 3 to 15, inclus-
ive, to be honored at one-fifth fare returning to and in-
cluding April 10. Certificate showing purchase of tickets
April 15 to 17, inclusive, to be honored at one-fifth fare re-
turning to and including April 27, 1900.
Low Rates to Mardi Gras—For the benefit of those
desiring to attend Mardi Gras festivities at New Orleans,
the Texas & Pacific Railway company will on February 19,
20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25 and 26 sell round-trip tickets to New
Orleans at one fare, with final limit for return March 10,
1900. For further particulars see nearest ticket agent, or
write E. P. Turner, General Passenger and Ticket Agent,
G. A. Hall,
Agent, Thurber Junction.
Two first-class trains daily each way.
Mr. Cock, manager of the Dry Goods department, has
inaugurated a Sixty-Days' Clearance Sale on all wintér
goods, and the genuine bargains are innumerable. Don't
wait, but go and have them shoVn you. See his page ad.
in this issue.
Mr. Back, manager of the Market department, has noth-
ing out of the ordinary for an after-consideration holiday
present. He delights his customers 365 days each year
with every choice delicacy to be found in any city mar-
ket. He studies to please his trade, and all nationalities
get their favorite viands at his place just the same as if
they were in their own native land.
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McAdams, Walter B. Texas Mining and Trade Journal, Volume 4, Number 30, Saturday, February 10, 1900, newspaper, February 10, 1900; Thurber, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth200541/m1/16/: accessed August 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Tarleton State University.