Texas Almanac and State Industrial Guide for 1904 Page: 442
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THE TEXAS ALMANAC.
P. CLAY WITHERS. G.-IF. RLEW-ETT. TOM K. BLEWETT.
band Agency of
WITHERS & BLEWETT
Are You Coming to Texas?
f .o, don't fail to see Denton-County. The Banner Wheat County of
the Slate Where 9 on can grow Wheat, Oats, ( orn,Alfalfa-and Cotton All
kinds s6fI Fruits and Vegetabl s do well here; also this is a fine Stock
county. If interested in a hoe in Texas, write us. Don't fail to read
bout DentonfCounty on page o49.
WITHERS & BLEWETT,
DEALERS IN REAl XSTAT DENTON, TfEXAS.
30, 0 ACRES iRRllGATED LANDS
in tracts of 50 acres and upwards, in the famous
RIO GRANDE country, the finest rice and truck
garden lands in the world. .. .
WRITE AT ONCE TO
BROWNSVILLE LAND AND IRRIGATION CO.
Do Y Wan a TrckPatd, Orchard, Farm or Rnch?
WE HAVE IT IF IN TEXAS.
OUR SPECIALTY IS
HiLL COUNTY FAMOUS BLACK WAXY FARMS
Read description of Hill County elsewhere in this book and write us what you want.
THE SIMMONS-GILLIAM COMPANY, J' E.NG.
THE I - ILLIA . IYa-BSTRACTS, SURVEYING.
Members Frisco Land and Immigration Association.
Members Texas Real Estate and Industrial Association.
Reference, any baik in IIi 1 Conry.
LET US SELL YOU A HOME IN ONE OF THE BEST COUNTIES IN TEXAS
F NE HANDS
=---=FOR SALE CHEAP
NOW 18 THE TIME TO INVEST IN KAUFMAN COUNTY LANDS
WRITE FOR OUR LIST OF BARGAINS.
SHAW6 NASH & NASH, REAL ESTATE,
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Texas Almanac and State Industrial Guide for 1904, book, May 1904; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth123779/m1/442/: accessed January 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas State Historical Association.