I came across these miscellaneous items as I researched old newspapers. I thought they were interesting.
I've seen several articles about Sugarland Industries traveling to various parts of Texas to recruit labor. (A little known fact is the Industries sent an emissary to Germany to recruit workers there. More on that later.) This article appeared in the Brownwood Bulletin, issued on August 13, 1919.
The next article appeared in The Naples (Texas) Monitor, issued on August 9, 1929. The item I noticed appears at the bottom. It says KPRC was constructing its transmitting station in Sugar Land. (It was located near the intersection of Highway 90A and Eldridge Road - on the northeast corner.)
A few months later the Stock Market crashed and the Depression began. KPRC relocated its transmitting station to La Porte about a year later. I assume it was due to costs.
The Palestine Daily Herald printed the next article on September 1, 1908. I know from the date that Kempner and Eldridge had just sold Sartartia (the Ellis Plantation) to the State of Texas, which would turn it into the Imperial Prison Farm, later Central Units 1 & 2. This article mentions other units which were growing sugar cane and suggests the State was launching into the sugar business in a big way.
Last but not least, always beware of scam artists.