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18 MACHINERY-RAILWAY.
Helping Build Texas
Not only do we offer the builders of Texas a dependable
source of supply for all kinds of industrial machinery, but an
engineering service as well to assist in planning equipment
that will do the work at the lowest possible cost. A consul-
tation entails no obligation.
WRITE-WIRE--PHONE
Brig~s-Weaver Machinery Company
"Since 1896 The House of Service"
DALLAS, TEXAS
Louisiana Railway & Navigation Company System
From McKinney through Farmersville, Greenville,
Sulphur Springs, Pittsburg, Jefferson, Shreveport, Alex-
andria and Baton Rouge to New Orleans-actually and
potentially the greatest continuous agricultural, fruit
and vegetable growing and live stock territory in the
Southwest.
We desire to serve and in every way possible co-
operate with every progressive interest in the State of
Texas in more fully developing the resources of Texas
and the great Southwest.
Louisiana Railway & Navigation Company System
J. N. CAMPBELL, Traffic Manager,
Greenville, Texas. General Offices. Shreveport, La.

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