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The Topeka state journal. [volume] (Topeka, Kansas) 1892-1980, December 14, 1897, Part Two, Image 16

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Emporia, Reading, Barclay, Osage City, Peterton,
Burlingame, Scranton, Carbondaie, Wakarusa,
The merchants of Topeka, named below, have chartered a special Santa Fe train to leave Emporia in the morning, and returning, leave Topeka in the evening, stopping at all stations
and giving six hours at Topeka for shopping and sight-seeing. By the liberality and enterprise of these merchants a rate lower than any ever made is open to all the people of the towns
in the list given. No fuss, no red-tape, no obligations. You simply get on the train, pay your fare at the rate named below, and have a good time. Buy what you choose, or nothing. The
Topeka stores named below, however, will give you rare opportunities to see the finest array of Christmas gocds end bargains ever displayed in Kansas. You had better take a little money
along, as you will be templed to buy something you cannot find at home.
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FRIDAY, OE6EM:
The following table gives the hour of leaving each station in the morning, the time of arrival on the return trip in the
evening, and the rate from each station to Topeka and return; that is, for the round trip.
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RETUENING.
Leave Topeka 5.00 p. m.
Arrive Wakarusa 5.27 p. m.
Carbondaie . . .5.38 p. m.
" Scranton 5.47 p. in.
" Burlingarne ... 5. 58 p. m.
" Peterton . . 6.10 p.m.
" Osage City 6. 1 6 p. m.
" Barclay 6.28 p. m.
" Reading 6.42 p. m.
" Lang 7.05 p. m.
" Emporia 7.25 p. m.
"Passengers from Lyndon who desire to take advantage of this opportunity, must meet this Train at Osage City at 9:02 FKIDAY M011N1NG.1
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Rates are good only for
Friday, Dec. 17th, and on
the Special Topeka Ex
cursion Train. 1
Leave Emporia 8.00 a.m. Round Trip Rate to Topeka $1.00
Lang. 8.20 a. m. " " " ....$1.00
Reading. 8.37a.m. " " " ;....$1.00
Barclay 8.50a.m. " " " ...,$1.00
Osage City.... 9.02 a.m. " " " 75
Peterton 9.07 a. m. " " " 75
Burlingarne... 9.19 a. m. " " " 65
" Scranton..... 9.30 a. m. " " .50
Carbondaie... 9.38a.m. " " " .... .4:0
Wakarusa .... 9.50 a. m. " " " 25
Arrive Topeka , . 10.15 a. m.
These unprecedented
Rates are good only for
Friday, Dec. 17th, and on
the Special Topeka -Ex
cursion Train.
The Following Are the Merchants Who Have Chartered this Train and Made the Low Rate Possible:
Crosby Bros., Dry Goods, Cloaks, Carpets, Shoes, Notions, 717 and 719 Kan. Ave.
Mills-Adams Co., Dry Goods, Cloaks and Carpets, 711 and 723 Kansas Ave.
Palace Clothing Company, No. 709 Kansas Ave.
Kemper & Paxtons, New Model Supply Store, Sixth and Quincy.
Hub Clothing Company, Nos. 604, 606 and 608 Kansas Ave.
B. M. Payne & Co., Shoes, 705 Kansas Ave.
James B. Hayden, Jeweler, 727 Kansas Avenue. 0. Johnson. Hatter. 92 Kansas A?e.
W. S. Furman, Shoes, 628 Kansas Ave.
Troup's Enterprise, Toys, Etc., 521 Kansas Ave.
Topeka Shoe Company, Shoes, 511 Kansas Ave.- .
Nichols, The Shoe Man, Shoes, 516 Kansas Ave. '
John F. McManus & Co., Tailors, 610 Kansas Ave.
The Fair, Toys, Etc., 618 Kansas Ave. .
The Clements Co., Clothing, 631 Kansas Ave.
Scott & Scott, Cremerie Restaurant, 72G Kansas Ave.
Topeka Cash Dry Goods Co., Dry Goods, Cloaks. Shoes, Notions, 713, 715 Kan. Ave.
Warren M. Crosby & Co., Dry Goods, Cloaks, Notions, 613 and 615 Kansas Ave.
S. Barnum & Co., Dry Goods, Cloaks, Carpets and Clothing, 617 & 619 Kan. Ave.
W. A. L. Thompson Hardware Co., Hardware, 517 and 519 Kansas Ave.
Swirt & Holliday Drug Co., Drugs and Fancy Goods, 523 Kansas Ave.
M. F. Rigby, Candies, 609 Kansas Ave.
Greenwald & Co., Clothing, 507 Kansas Ave. M. Cuase, Shoes, C2J Kansas A?e.
C. H. Morrison, Jeweler, 505 Kansas Ave.
August Clothing Co., Clothing, 622 Kansas Ave.
Thompson Bros., Furniture, 626 Kansas Ave.
Kellam Book and Stationery Co., Books, 603 Kansas Ave.
J. S. Sproat, Groceries, 112 East Sixth St.
T. P. Culley, Pianos and Organs, 030 Kansas Ave.
J. M. Knight, Furniture, 40 G and 714 Kansas Ave.
Downes & Eagle, Epicurean Restaurant, 734 Kansas Ave.
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