Texas Almanac, 1943-1944 Page: 17
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With So Much to Do and See in Texas' Charming Capital City,
Why Not Plan to Enjoy It-to
LINGER A WHILE
300 ROOMS OF
Circulating Ice Water
W. L. STARK, Mgr.
Southern Steamship Co.
"Houston's Pioneer Line"
Holder of the only Interstate Commerce Commis-
sion coastwise rights between Philadelphia, Pa., and
All Out for Victory!
Our Every Ship Is in
the Nation's Service
Our only regret is our inability to fill shippers needs between Sea-
board and Southwestern Territories . . . but are prepared to serve
them when our services are no longer needed by our Government.
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