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Support the Handbook today. Alice was incorporated on June 2,at which time it had a population of Nayer owned the townsite and donated land for early civic buildings.
The epidemic became so widespread that the county commissioner ordered all schools closed and fumigated and authorized the county health officer to vaccinate every one in the area free of charge. Bill Mason, a local broadcaster, was shot by deputy sheriff Sam Smithwick after he had alleged on the air that Smithwick was the owner of a dime-a-dance palace.
During that period Alice acquired the nickname the "Windmill Town" for its numerous windmills. In there were over oil and mineral industry companies in the area. Consequently, the area was quarantined, and the two private Mexican schools in Alice were forced to close down.
The Fiesta Bandana is held annually in May. A historical marker noting Alice's th anniversary was unveiled on August 28, Agnes G. Laredo TimesMarch 11, The following, adapted from the Chicago Manual of Style15th edition, is the preferred citation for this entry.
In Alice had a population of 19, In the population dropped to 19, Recreational facilities in Alice include city parks, golf courses, and swimming pools. In Alice flooded, forcing residents to move their houses.
The introduction of irrigation helped to continue Alice's importance as a shipping center, and a shift was made from transporting livestock to transporting fruits and vegetables. By violence erupted in Alice.
The Alice post office opened for business in Within a few years the remaining residents of Collins moved to Alice, which was by then a thriving community. The townspeople were not amenable to selling their land to the railroad company; consequently, the railroad site was moved three miles west, and in a depot called Bandana was established at its junction with the Corpus Christi, San Diego and Rio Grande Railway. At the time Alice had eleven public schools and two parochial schools, twenty-nine churches, a museum, a public library, a private hospital, businesses, and ninety-four major employers.
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The Alice Circuit of the Methodist Church was formed in By the town had an estimated population ofa library, a bank, the Episcopal Church of the Advent, and a second weekly newspaper, El Eco. The first two telephones in the community were located at Trinidad Salazar 's general store and home. Alice was chosen county seat of Jim Wells County shortly after the county's organization in The town also became the headquarters for Texas Rangers serving in South Texas during the —16 border raids.
The Catholic church at Collins was moved to Alice in Methodist services were held at Mrs. Sidbury's lumberyard untilwhen they were moved to a new school built by George Hobbs. Census figures indicated a population of 16, in In September Alice was struck by a flood. The Handbook of Texas is free-to-use thanks to the support of readers like you.
In naphthalene and penanthene were found in Alice's water supply and traced to an oilfield drilling company working in the area. By the town had five churches, three public schools, a kindergarten, and a private Mexican school. In the population was 20, In Alice had thirteen churches and seven schools. Alice, the county seat of Jim Wells County, is intersected by U. Highway and State highways 44 andforty-four miles west of Corpus Christi. It was alleged that Johnson won the primary because he had stolen the election with the help of George B. Parrpolitical boss, who controlled both Duval and Jim Wells counties.
In the town was served by a hotel, two saloons, two general stores, a weekly newspaper named the Alice Reporterand a cotton gin. In February a smallpox epidemic hit one of Alice's Mexican subdivisions, then located on the outskirts of the town.
A school board of trustees was elected, and a public school was started. The town's first school was established in on the second floor of the Becham Place, a boardinghouse for men. The two weekly newspapers serving the town were the Reporter and the Echo.
In the town reported businesses, nineteen manufacturers, twenty churches, two libraries, two newspapers, three banks, a radio station, and a hospital. The petition was denied because a town named Kleberg already appeared on the post office list, so residents then chose the name Alice, in honor of Alice Gertrudis King Kleberg, Kleberg's wife and the daughter of Richard King. Around Mexican-American youths boycotted Alice High School in protest against discrimination on the part of students, teachers, and administrators.
Until Alice students who chose to continue their education attended Goliad College. Alice became the focal point of a federal investigation when it was alleged that Alice's Precinct 13 ballot box had been stuffed. By the population was 7, Alice made national headlines during the primary election for state senator. Trinidad Salazar was instrumental in getting Alice a new elementary school, which was named for original settler F. In a fire destroyed half of the Alice business section, but it was rebuilt and the town continued to grow.
During the s and s Alice had an economy based on the oil and gas industry, livestock production, and the marketing of cotton, flax, grain, and vegetables. The private school had nine students. With the completion of the St. The telephone company was sold to the Eureka Telephone Company inand the Southwestern Telephone and Telegraph Company started providing long-distance service.
The town had an oil boom inwhen the Alice oilfield was discovered. Its population was estimated at 4, in In a public library opened.
No thank you, I am not interested in ing. Support Texas History Now. Places: Communities. By Alice was the busiest shipping point in South Texas. The town originated in the defunct community of Collins, three miles to the east.
By Alice had an estimated population of 3, two banks, a cottonseed oil mill, a cotton gin, an ice plant, and two weeklies, the Alice Echo and the News. Bandana soon became a thriving cattle-shipping point, and application for a post office was made under the name Kleberg in honor of Robert Justus Kleberg.
Alice had an estimated population of 25, and businesses in During the s the city continued to be an oil and agricultural center.
The Alice trade territory embraced a population of more thanin a forty-mile radius. Published by the Texas State Historical Association. About the San Antonio and Aransas Pass Railway attempted to build a line through Collins, which then had 2, inhabitants. Industries manufactured oil-well chemicals and supplies, fiberglass, products, cottonseed oil products, and foods.