To Postmasters & Post Offices of Dallas Co., Texas

EAGLE FORD.

Dallas County-Sou. Div. T. & P. Ry.

Population about 200. Six miles from Dallas court house, its express and banking town, 227 from Texarkana, and 26 from Fort Worth by rail. Ship direct. Has one grist mill operated by power from Trinity river, one steam gin and two schools. Exports cattle. Daily mail by rail. Bruno Larvis, P. M.

Cooper, Miss Emma, teacher
Larvis, Bruno, genl store
Lively, I. R., lumber
Livley, M. C., teacher

Source: R. L. Polk & Co.'s Texas State Gazeteer and
Business Directory for 1882-1883, p. 369.

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EAGLE FORD. A postoffice on the E. div. M. P. Ry, in Dallas county, 220 miles northeast of Austin and 6 west of Dallas, the county seat and nearest banking point. It contains a grist mill, a cotton gin, and 2 schools. Livestock is shipped. Population, 50. Mail, daily.

Lavois, B., general store.

Source: R. L. Polk & Co.'s Texas State Gazeteer and
Business Directory for 1884-1885, p. 305.

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EAGLE FORD. A postoffice on the T. & P. Ry, in Dallas county, 220 miles northeast of Austin and 6 miles west of Dallas, the county seat and nearest banking point. It contains a grist mill, a church and a school. Population, 50. Tel. W. U. Exp., Pacific. S. G. Logsdon, postmaster.

Bowens, Ed & Co., general store.
Lavoise, F. D., general store.
Logsdon, S. G., Railroad, Express and Tel Agent.
Luck, J. E., general store.

Source: R. L. Polk & Co.'s Texas State Gazeteer and
Business Directory for 1889-1890, p. 424.