Kerbow Land Company specializes in rural properties stretching from the Western Hill Country to the Trans Pecos regions of Texas.
Covering a large geographical area spanning many counties and covering a diverse range of ecosystems, we are committed to finding you a place of your own — anything from small getaways or retirement homes to large spreads dedicated to ranching or commercial hunting. Our educated and experienced staff is here to help you narrow down your preferred characteristics and find the right property for you.
The Story of Our Office
November 21, 1919
The Dismukes Brothers Confectionery was established on Block 4, Lot 2. The first building was a wooden building and after the storm of 1927, Mr. Tate rebuilt the building of stone.
This building has many memories, too. Mr. Tate loved to dance, so he often held formal dances with orchestras from San Antonio, Texas, playing on the second floor of this building.
November 18, 1940
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Francis opened the Dismukes Brothers Confectionery as Francis Pharmacy. Eddie and DeLois operated this drug store for twenty-six years, then sold to Mr. and Mrs. Dan McKnight in 1966.
Then in 1977
Mr. and Mrs. McKnight retired, selling McKnight Pharmacy to Andrew Burns. After this time the building occupied various businesses including a stained glass workshop and church as well as had several different owners.
We purchased the building and remodeled the first level, redid the roof, added windows to the second level front and painted the outside of the building. The building is filled with items people have so graciously allowed us to display such as checks from Mrs. J.M. Benskin to Dismukes Confectionery and a picture of the original building from Mrs. Diana Sue Callcott, animal mounts from Dr. and Alice Todd, prescription labels from Francis Pharmacy from Nita McKnight Thedford, ice cream spoon and coke float spoon from the soda fountain from Helen Fred, along with art from local artists.