The Texas Almanac and State Industrial Guide 1925 Page: 5
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For investment along the Texas & Pa-
cific Railway are worth investigating.
The country along the entire line from
New Orleans and Te carkana to El Paso
affords great possibilities for develop-
The fruit, grain and cotton sections of
North and East Texas, the irrigated
farms and stock ranches of West Texas,
together with the many live cities and
rapidly growing towns present such a
diversification of real openings for the
investor, the farmer, the merchant and
the craftsman as are not found else-
For the Tourist
There is no more interesting section of
our great domain, with a variety of cli-
mate and modern hotels.
The Texas & Pacific Railway fur-
nishes splendid facilities for travel
through this -territory, with frequent
trains and through car service between
St. Louis, Memphis, New Orleans and
Dallas, Fort Worth and El Paso.
Route of the famous
Address inquiries to
FRANK J. BURKE or
Land and Industrial Com'r.
GEO. D. HUNTER
Gen. Pass. Agt.
T. & P. RY.
T. & P. RY.
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