The Texas Almanac and State Industrial Guide 1929 Page: 16
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16 THE TEXAS ALMANAC-1929.
AN AUTHORITY ON TEXAS TAX LAWS AND PROCEDURE
TEXAS TAX LAWS ANNOTATED (400 pages); SUPPLEMENT No. 1, which includes de-
cisions and ruhngs for the past year; TEXAS TAX JOURNAL for one year, published monthly, keep-
ing up to date all tax laws and rulings; also questions on taxation under Texas laws and procedure
answered--all for $15.
If you desire only Supplement No. 1, including Tax Journal for one year and tax questions
answered, price is $5.
We are an authority in Texas on tax matters; prompt service.
TEXAS TAX JOURNAL, BOX 1091, AUSTIN, TEXAS
THE CO1CE OF EXPERIENCED TRAVELERS
The CRIMSON LIMITED
BETW EEN FORT WORTH AND DALLAS
De Luxe Interurban Trains . . . No Stops . . Low Rates
Board cars on Main St., Fort Worth, and on Commerce St., Dallas.
NORTHERN TEXAS TRACTION COMPANY.
Speed With Sately.
-Use it for its convenience
-Appreciate it for its comfort
-Conserve it for the future
Lone Star Gas Company
All Conveniently and Directly Served by the
DENVER & RIO GRANDE
"The Royal Gorge Route"
PUEBLO, COLORADO SPRINGS OR DENVER
For rates, train schedules. Pullman reservations and
illustrated literature, call on
C. N. GRAY, General Agent,
E. WV. Sanford, Traveling Freight and Passenger Agent
728 Kirby Building
Ask for Booklet, "WITH NATURE IN THE ROCKIES"
W. M. WHITENTON
(Formerly Vice President M-K-T Lines)
Equipped with an organization to give prompt and intelligent analysis to par-
ticular lines of business endeavor.
TRANSPORTATION: Steam, Electric and Motor Transport. TRAFFIC, Rate Adjustments, Etc.
VALUATION AND TAX SURVEYS, INDUSTRIAL SURVEYS.
PUBLIC AND PRIVATE DEVELOPMENTS.
SERVICES AVAILABLE TO CITY AND COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
1409 Main St. Correspondence Dallas, Texas
Soiie Dalas Tea
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The Texas Almanac and State Industrial Guide 1929, book, 1929; Dallas, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth117158/m1/18/: accessed July 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas State Historical Association.