The 1928 Texas Almanac and State Industrial Guide Page: 22
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22 SANTA FE LINES.
are served by the
Santa Fe Lines
embracing lands of all vari-
eties for farming-both gen-
eral and truck, fig and citrus
fruit, cattle and sheep rais-
ing-lumber, sulphur and oil.
service in 1
freight and passenger
Texas is second to none.
Oil burning locomotives-cars of
the best construction and rock bal-
lasted track insure a safe journey
for your freight and yourself.
E. F. ADAMS
General Passenger Agent
J. S. HERSHEY
General Freight Agent
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