1927 The Texas Almanac and State Industrial Guide Page: 6
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6 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
S ER MAN
Manufactures More Per Capita Than Any Other Southwestern
City-Five Excellent Colleges
The Why o Sherman's Supremacy
Six important railways, strong banks, ample electric power, natural
gas, near coal fields, fine artesian water,, ideal labor conditions, healthful,
paved streets, city manager government, strong churches, colleges,
schools, 5,000,000 people within a 200-mile radius.
A Well Balanced, BeautifuL Idea Home City
50 Factories and 30 Wholesale Houses, Including
Four large Flour Mills with' a combined daily capacity of 34 carloads or
1,360,000 pounds of Flour, Meal and Feeds.
Chapman Millng Co. Fant Milling Co.
Diamond MIEi & Elevator Co. G. B. R. Smith Milling Co.
Interstate Cotton Oil Refining Co.
Makes 1,200 Carloads Annually of Mrs. Tucker's Shortening.
Pool Manufacturing Co.
Shirts, Pants, Overalls-Largest Garment Plant in Southwest.
Southern Ice & Utilities Co. Texas Power & Light Co.
Supplies 70 towns. Has 600,000 Unliinited Electric Power From
cubic feet of cold storage. Our Transmission Lines.
Municipal Gas Co. Williams=Eubank Grocer Co.
Ample Natural Gas for Domestic . .Wholesale Grocers. Business
and Industrial Service. Established at Sherman in 1868.
W ashington Iron Works
Specialty, Deisel Engine Repairs. Trade Territory Extends to Nearly
All the States.
For Further Information, Write
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
SHE MAN, TEXAS
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1927 The Texas Almanac and State Industrial Guide, book, 1927~; Dallas, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth123785/m1/10/: accessed May 28, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas State Historical Association.