Mooty pg 39 & 40

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Mooty pg 39 & 40 - REPORTER-NEWS' "HISTORY OF C l a r k J o b b e...
REPORTER-NEWS' "HISTORY OF C l a r k J o b b e r grow give an under th wh him whos Tu-cola. They arrived to find that tha cowboys of the ranch had taken good care of themselves. Lon Gray of Buffalo Gap was one of the cowboys cowboys that participated in the fight, Uncle Tom said. One Indian was killed. That was the last Indian battle In the Abilene territory. It brought an end to the dreaded visits of the little redskin bands that came off their reservations to hunt, plunder and km In West Texas. Years earlier and before the rangers were organized, the forays usually ended disasterously for some ranch family. Uncle Tom Clark an-nnclc killed near Brcwnwood in 1870. But it wa* not the ranger, the "minute man" or the rancher, all equipped with superior guns and belter horses, that drove the Indian from West Texas. When the buffalo buffalo passed, the Indian went with him, says Uncle Tom. 'People bemoan today the passing of the buffalo. It was an eventful

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  1. Abilene Reporter-News,
  2. 20 May 1928, Sun,
  3. Page 66

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