Mineral Wells, Texas Page: 17 of 20

Some of the finest doctors in the state are permaitable
church buildings. The Christians have just nently located in Mineral Wells.
completed a fine building, while the Cumberland As a general thing cottages can be rented at any
Presbyterians have the foundation completed for a time of the year. Rooms for light housekeeping can
$7,000 edifice. always be had at reasonable rates.
No town in the United States has a better class There is music and entertainments at all the paof
citizens. No disorderly conduct is tolerated on
the streets, yet the visitor is treated as such and is
given liberties accordingly.
The city is located on sandy soil and no stagnant
water or rank vegetation exist to breed malaria.
The city is kept clean from filth and is free from
typhoid fever.
Nearly all the public buildings and many private
houses have sewer connections, while the city has a
fine system of water works with an ample supply ot
artesian water.
The people of Mineral Wells are noted for their
sociability to the strangers and the visitor is made to
feel welcome from the time he lands at the depot
until he boards the train to leave. The city is free
from the gouger class, that thrive in many watering
places, and who imagine that the visitor was a crew The soil and environments of Palo Pinto county vilions, dancing, bowling alleys, burro riding, horseare
especially attractive to the gardener. The city Mineralee
Wells hotels cree gouger class, that thrive a fin many watering ca sh marketaatbles,
fruits, poarticultry, etc., during the whole time.
Berries are rai sed here in abundance and find a ready vissale.

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Texas and Pacific Railway - General Passenger Department. Mineral Wells, Texas, text, Date Unknown; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth21925/m1/17/ocr/: accessed October 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Boyce Ditto Public Library.