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Early 1920's obits with M or N surnames
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Obits with M or N surnames early 1920’s
Gainesville Daily Register
Gainesville, Cooke Co., Texas

Deaths are in alphabetical order and in two volumes. There are two miscellaneous sections for vital statistics, items set aside for copying (which were missed when alphabetizing) and items that state persons of Cooke County attended funerals of in other places but did not name the person who had died but does tell where the funeral was held. These are on pages 123-124 and 216-219. BILLYE HOWE and SUE WOOD, members of the Cross Timbers Genealogical Society, compiled these in 1983 and 1934. The society paid for the laminating and binders.

Monday, April 17, 1921
Attended Funeral of Brother Killed by F.W. & Denver Train
Mrs. TOM STOBAUGH and son, residing four miles south of town in the Fair Plains neighborhood, returned home from Amarillo where they attended the funeral of her brother, HENRY MCDADE, a young man and brakeman on the Fort Worth & Denver RR, who was killed by the cars while in discharge of his work a few days ago.

Saturday, April 17, 1920
H. K. JONES received the sad news last Monday of the death of his sister, Mrs. S. M. MCDANIEL, of Ardmore, Okla..

Friday, June 27, 1924
Brother of Cooke Co. Woman Died
A.C. MCDONNELL, age 49, prominent Whitesboro business man, and a brother of Mrs. W. A. HOLCOMB of Cooke County, died in a Sherman hospital Thursday morning. He had been a resident of Whitesboro for the past 44 years. He is survived by his wife and eight children, his mother Mrs. NANNIE MCDONNELL of Whitesboro, and seven brothers and sisters including Mrs. Holcomb. Funeral services were held at Whitesboro Friday afternoon by Rev. E. M. ATHERTON of Sherman and Rev. EPTING of Whitesboro with interment at Whitesboro.

Monday, Feb. 11, 1924
Gus McDonald to Be Buried in Dallas
The funeral of GUS MCDONALD will be held at his home in Dallas, Wednesday morning, according to word received by relatives in this city. Mr. McDonald was a cousin of Mrs. BLANCHE MASON of this city, who expects to attend the funeral. Mr. McDonald was 50 years of age and, before retiring from active life on account of his health years ago, he was employed as a lithographer in some large printing establishments. He died suddenly on a street in Dallas last Friday. He is survived by his wife, two sons and two daughters.

Friday, Feb. 11, 1921
Grandma McElreath Died at Marysville
Undertaker Carroll reports the death at Marysville of Grandma MCELREATH, the aged woman died last Wednesday at the home of her son in that community. The funeral was held Thursday. She is the mother of BUD MCELREATH of Dexter and Mrs. IKE REEVES of this city.

Wednesday, June 21, 1922
Wm. McEwen, Aged Farmer Died Today on Farm Near Here
WILLIAM J. MCEWEN, age 83 years, a well known Cooke County farmer, died at his home 4 miles south of Gainesville, Wednesday morning, after a brief illness. He was born in Tennessee but had lived in Texas many years. Last Jan. 26, he celebrated his 83rd birthday. Mr. McEwen is survived by his wife and several grown children. The remains will be shipped to Aspermont Thursday morning by funeral director George Carroll.

Tuesday, June 5, 1923
J. S. McEwen Died in Oregon
S. S. MCEWEN received a telegram Wednesday afternoon announcing the death of his father, J. S. MCEWEN at Coquille City, Oregon, Wednesday morning, May 23, 1923, age 87 years. J. S. McEwen was born in Pennsylvania and served in the Union Army all through the Civil war. After the war he went to Texas, later going to California and Oregon. He was a printer by trade and published newspapers in Texas, California and Oregon. He was at one time a member of the Oregon legislature. The elder McEwen visited in Stillwater in 1913 and made many friends while here. He was the first of three generations of printers, his son, S. S. MCEWEN, being a linotype operator in The Gazette office and his grandson, A. S. MCEWEN, being engaged in the job printing business in Stillwater. From the Stillwater, Okla., Gazette.
J. S. MCEWEN formerly resided in Gainesville and has many friends here. S. S. McEwen, the son, is a former Gainesville citizen and was a printer on the Gainesville Messenger before moving to Oklahoma.

Saturday, Jan. 19, 1924
Era, Jan. 14: Uncle JIM MCFARLAND died Jan. 10 and was buried at the Gregory cemetery on Thursday morning.

Thursday, Jan. 10, 1924
Pioneer Citizen Died at Era Home
JAMES B. MCFARLAND, age 70, a pioneer citizen of Cooke County, died at the home of his son, J. F. MCFARLAND at Era, Wednesday night. Funeral services will be held at the residence some time Friday, pending on arrival of relatives. Interment will be in Gregory cemetery directed by undertaker S. W. Gibson.

October 9 and 11, 1920
Here from Waurika, Okla.
WILLIAM JAMES of Waurika, Okla., is here to attend the funeral of his mother Mrs. MCGEE, who died at the home of her son-in-law, WILLIAM BASINGER, on North Grand Ave, Friday night, age 83 years.
Card of Thanks from Mr. and Mrs. WILLIAM BASSINGER, Mr. and Mrs. JNO. MCGEE, AARON MCGEE, PAT MCGEE and WILL JONES.

Saturday, Oct. 9, 1920
Oldest Settler of Cooke County Laid to Rest
In the death of Mrs. MARGARET MCGEE, which occurred at the home of her daughter, Mrs. WILLIAM BASINGER on North Grand Ave. last night, the oldest settler of Cooke County laid aside the cares of this life and went to heavenward reward, mourned by the citizenship. That Mrs. McGee was a pioneer in north Texas is expressed by the fact that she resided in Cooke County the past 79 years and had during that time, witnessed more changes in the country and its affairs than any other citizen, for when she came here, north Texas was in part a wooded wilderness and broad waste of unsettled prairie land. Mrs. McGee was 84 years old at the time of her death, was a widow, and is surviving by the following children: WILLIAM JAMES of Waurika, Okla., AARON MCGEE of Wichita Falls, JOHN MCGEE of Fort Worth, and Mrs. WILLIAM BASINGER of Gainesville. The funeral took place this afternoon with Rev. DENNIS officiating and interment in Fairview cemetery directed by George J. Carroll. Pallbearers: H. P. WARE, BREWER OZNRENT, R. S. CEARNAL, JAMES BEATTIE, LETCH MORTER and DAVE MORTER.

May 11, 1922
Pioneer Citizen Died at Home
SAM MCLAREN, age 62, died this morning at his home on South Taylor. The funeral services will be held tomorrow from his home. Interment will be in Fairview cemetery directed by G. J. Carroll. Mr. McLaren was a pioneer citizen of the city.

Sept. 22, 1921
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. MCLEARREN of the Dye school house community died Monday at the family home southeast of town. The funeral was held Wednesday afternoon with burial in Estes cemetery.

Monday, Oct. 25, 1920
Mrs. DAMERON, a relative of OLA BELL MCLAUGHLIN, arrived this morning to attend the funeral of the young lady at Valley View. Mrs. L. A. FLEENOR went this afternoon to Valley View to attend the funeral of Miss OLA MCLAUGHLIN who died there last night.
Young Lady Died at Valley View from Operation
Miss OLA BELLE MCLAUGHLIN, age 14, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. MCLAUGHLIN, died at the family home near Valley View, Sunday night, following an operation some days ago for appendicitis. The funeral was held this afternoon at the Methodist Church in Valley View, Rev. CHISM of Gainesville officiating. The young lady is survived by her parents, two sisters, WILMA RAY and RUBY MAE, and brother BUSTER. Undertaker Carroll had charge of arrangements.

Saturday, April 30, 1921
J. C. MCLAUGHLIN, son of Mr. and Mrs. THAD MCLAUGHLIN, was born in Sivells Bend, Oct. 27, 1902 and died at the Gainesville Sanitarium April 21, 1921, following an attack of appendicitis. He had been in Ringgold and after suffering from what he thought was a light attack of appendicitis for several days, came home to his father who resides in the Spring Creek community eight miles west of town, only to die a few hours later. All medical attention possible was given to him. He was laid to rest in the Spring Creek cemetery. He is survived by his father, mother, and 13 brothers and sisters, and other relatives.

Wednesday, October 6, 1922
Mrs. Will McKemie
Mrs. WILL MCKEMIE, wife of the president of the Gainesville Ice Co., and one of the best known women of Gainesville, died suddenly at her home on South Denton St. Wednesday afternoon, acute indigestion being the immediate cause of her demise. Mrs. McKemie had been in impaired health for some time… Besides her husband, she is survived by two grown children, WILLIAM MCKEMIE jr. and CATHERINE, and other relatives. The son is in Gainesville and the daughter is expected to arrive tonight. Mrs. H. L. STUART of Oklahoma City, sister of Mr. McKemie, and Mrs. CHARLES REEVES of Ada, Okla., sister of Mrs. McKemie, will arrived in Gainesville Thursday morning. Funeral services will be held at the family home Thursday afternoon with Rev. E. V. COLE and Rev. R. G. MOOD officiating. Burial will be in Fairview cemetery directed by G. J. Carroll.

Thursday, October 7, 1922
McKemie Funeral
Funeral services for Mrs. William McKemie were held at the family home on South Denton St. this afternoon. Rev. R. G. MOOD and Rev. E. V. COLE officiating. .. CORA METZ was born in Sherman, Texas and came to Gainesville with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. CHARLES METZ, now deceased. She married William McKemie in this city and two children were born, Miss CATHERINE and William Jr. She is survived by two sisters, Mrs. CLEM POTTER of Gainesville and Mrs. CHARLES REEVES of Ada, Okla. … The remains were taken to Fairview cemetery directed by G. J. Carroll. Pallbearers: ROY POTTER, JAMES GLADNEY, WILL ROSS, ANCIL ROSS, PAUL CLAYTON, ARTHUR TEAGUE. Among those from out of town to attend the service: Mr. and Mrs. H. L. STUART and son of Oklahoma City, Mr. and Mrs. CHARLES REEVES of Ada, Okla., Dr. J. E. GILCREEST of Ennis, MATT JOY of Terrell, Mrs. J. F. PIERCE of Dallas, Misses MARJORIE and ZELLA POTTER, who are attending U. T.

November 20, 1920
Funeral of A. T. MCKINNEY at Era
Funeral services for A. T. MCKINNEY were held at Era Sunday afternoon in the Methodist Church, Rev. STOUT of Connerville officiating. Mr. McKinney died in Gainesville last Friday after an illness of several weeks. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. W. R. MCKINNEY, four brothers and four sisters.

Saturday, Aug. 3, 1922
ARTHUR ALAGOOD went to Houston to attend the funeral of his aunt, Mrs. BLANCHE MCKNIGHT, who died in that city today. Mrs. McKnight was a sister of Mrs. M. R. ALAGOOD.

Wednesday, Aug. 13, 1924
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. HENDERSON, Rev. and Mrs. W. I. T. WEATHERMAN, Mrs. C. L. ZIMMERMAN, Mrs. TAH COLLUMS, Mrs. LAURA ZIMMERMAN, and RAYMOND ELLIOTT attended the funeral of Uncle NOAH MCKUIN at Mt. Zion.

Thursday, Jan. 14, 1922
St. Jo Girl died
GRACE MCMAHAN, seven year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. MCMAHAN of Saint Jo, died in the local sanitarium this morning. The remains were shipped to Saint Jo by G. J. Carroll. Funeral services will be held there tomorrow with interment in the Dye Mound cemetery.

Saturday, April 28, 1923
Mrs. CHARELS COCHRAN received word today that her sister-in-law, Mrs. LOIS CLARK MCMURRAY, died at El Paso at noon Saturday and the remains will be shipped Sunday to Gainesville where the funeral will be held.
Monday, April 30, 1923
Lois C. McMurray
The remains of Mrs. LOIS CLARK MCMURRAY, who died in El Paso Saturday, will arrive in Gainesville over the Santa Fe RR, and will be interred in Fairview cemetery Tuesday morning, the funeral at the home of Mr. and Mrs. CHARLES COCHRAN, 400 West Broadway. LOIS CLARK, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. WILLIAM LOWE CLARK, now deceased, was born on a farm about 12 miles south of Gainesville 31 years ago. She married GEORGE MCMURRAY of Wichita Falls and had been away from Gainesville about 11 years. Besides her husband, she is survived by several brothers and sisters. Among those already here or expected to arrive for the funeral: EARL CLARK of Amarillo, RAY CLARK of Canadian, Texas, Miss BELL GILBERT of Francis, Okla., STERLING P. and R. D. CLARK of Fort Worth, Mrs. JIMMIE CLINE of Wolf City, Texas; DOUG CLARK of Lockney, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. ALLIE WAGNER of Scullin, Okla.
Tuesday, May 1, 1923
Funeral of Mrs. Lois Clark McMurray
(same information as Monday, April 30 obit)

Tuesday, July 20, 1920
SYLVIA MCPHERSON died July 17, 1920 after a brief illness. She was born Aug. 12, 1899 and married KIRBY MCPHERSON Sept. 6, 1919. She is survived by her mother, Mrs. CHARLES COCHRAN, her husband and an infant son. She was buried from the home Sunday afternoon. Services were conducted by Rev. R. E. JOINER. Pallbearers: FELIX JOHNSON, E. J. OVERSTREET, HERMAN BLAGG, PROTER SIMS, WILLIAM WOFFORD, and S. W. SIMS.
Two poems written in the memory of Sylvia Clark McPherson.

Tuesday, April 11, 1922
Mrs. W. A. Mercer
Mrs. W. A. MERCER died at her home near Decatur, Wise County, Texas, on April 8 and was buried in that community. She was 70 years old at time of death and is survived by her husband, four sons and two daughters, and other relatives. Before her marriage, she was Miss JULIA ANN BRIDGES born at Brooks, Georgia, May 3, 1852. She confessed and accepted Christ at White Water Church in Fayette County, Georgia in 1870 during a Baptist meeting conducted by Rev. HENRY REECE. Since that time she had been a constant believer and worker in the church and when she died, her membership was with the Fish Creek church in Cooke County. In 1872 she married W. A. MERCER and they came to Gainesville in 1891 and continued to reside here until 1913 when they moved to Wise County. To this union six children were born and all of whom were present at time of death, as well as 23 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

Tuesday, June 19, 1923 and Wednesday, June 20, 1923
Mrs. A. J. MERIWETHER, age 78, one of the pioneer and highly respected citizens of Gainesville, died at home on West McClain St. Tuesday morning, following a stroke of paralysis sustained a few hours previous. She lived less than four hours after being stricken. Mrs. Meriwether had resided in Gainesville since July 1881 and was well known to early county people. Her husband, Capt. A. J. MERIWETHER, a Confederate veteran, died here 11 years ago last February…. She is survived by three children, HAYWOOD MERIWETHER of Pleasant Hill, Missouri; Mrs. W. A. PARRISH of Cleburne and Miss MAUDE MERIWETHER of Gainesville…
The funeral of Mrs. A. J. Meriwether will be held from the family home on West McClain, Wednesday afternoon, with Rev. A. J. HARRIS officiating, assisted by Rev. E. V. COLE of the Denton St. Methodist Church. Interment will be in Fairview cemetery directed by G. J. Carroll. .. Pallbearers: TOM MIDKIFF, FRANK MORRIS Sr., H. P. WARE, LUTHER TURNER, JEROME MCKINNEY, WILL RUSSELL.

Tuesday, October 13, 1920
Card of thanks … death of our son and brother… Mrs. E. J. MESSICK and family. (name of deceased not printed)

Tuesday, April 15, 1924
Mrs. T. M. Meyers
Mrs. T. M. MEYERS, age 42, who died suddenly Saturday evening at her home near Rosston, was buried in the Rosston cemetery Sunday afternoon, Rev. MABRY of the Baptist Church at Callisburg conducted the service. Mrs. Meyers was well known in the Rosston and is survived by her husband and 11 children. Undertaker S. W. GIBSON had charge.

Thursday, Jan. 10, 1924
Local People Attend Funeral of Relative
OLIN SMYTH and family of this city went to Cleburne this week to attend the funeral of Mrs. J. L. MILAM, a relative of the family. The funeral was held Tuesday. Mrs. Milam died at Port Arthur Monday and the remains were shipped to Cleburne for burial in Grandview cemetery.

Saturday, July 3, 1920 and Tuesday, July 6, 1920
After many months of lingering illness, WILLIAM M. MIDKIFF, age 87, died at the family home on Cherry St. in east Gainesville this afternoon. He was 87 years and 6 months old, born near Franklin in Tennessee. He came to Texas in 1854, settling in Grayson County, where he lived until 1859, then moved to Cooke County where he lived the past 61 years. During that time, he accumulated a comfortable fortune and still richer treasures in a large family….Until a few years ago Mr. Midkiff was a director of the First State Bank. Mr. Midkiff was a life long member of the Methodist Church, serving as an official and high in the Masonic lodge. Surviving are his wife and eight children, five sons and three daughters: GEORGE and J. H. ‘BUD’ MIDKIFF of Gainesville, TOM MIDKIFF of Valley View, BOB MIDKIFF of Austin, and WILLIAM MIDKIFF of Gonzales, Mrs. SUSAN COLE and Mrs. MARY FINNEY of Gainesville and Mrs. KATE DORRIS of Fort Worth. The funeral will be held Sunday afternoon from the Denton St. Methodist Church, Rev. J. F. PIERCE officiating. Burial in Fairview cemetery directed by G. J. Carroll.

Thursday, Oct. 21, 1920
WARNER MILLER of Sulphur, Okla., died yesterday morning and will be buried there today. He lived in Cooke County many years. R. T. MILLER of Gainesville, his brother, went to attend the funeral at Sulphur.
Mrs. JOE COFFEE of Terrell passed through Gainesville last night en route to Sulphur, Okla., to attend the funeral of her brother, WARNER MILER, who died there yesterday.

December 31, 1923
Mrs. LAURA MILLER, who formerly lived here, died at her home near Orr, Oklahoma, and was buried Bloomfield cemetery Thursday.

January 13, 1923
W. F. Miller
W. F. MILLER, age 80, died at his home in the Dye community this afternoon after a lingering illness of over a year, during which time he suffered from neuritis. He was born Feb. 11, 1843 in Giles County, Tennessee, and moved to Cooke County, Texas in 1885, settling in the Dye community, where he resided since. He is survived by his wife, six sons and one daughter: ZEKE and A. P. of Gainesville, F. O. of Norman, Okla., J. W. of Eminence, Kentucky, GEORGE of Dallas, TOM of Sivells Bend, and Mrs. C. P. JONES of Kenton, Tennessee. Mr. Miller had been one of the most prominent farmers of the community many years and was considered an expert fruit grower, his fruit farm being one of the finest in the county. He served as a Confederate soldier during the Civil War and was a member of Joseph E. Johnson Camp United Confederate Veterans. Funeral services will be held Sunday afternoon at the family home with Rev. I. R. GAINES, assisted by E. A. WESSON of the Grand Avenue Baptist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Fairview cemetery directed by S. W. Gibson.

Feb. 24, 1922
Everett Miller
The funeral services of EVERETT F. MILLER, age 49, who died Friday morning at his home in Fort Worth, will be held Sunday at the Santa Fe RR station. The funeral will be in charge of the Gainesville Masonic lodge directed by G. J. Carroll. Interment will be in Fairview cemetery. Mr. Miller is survived by three children, IRENE of Oklahoma City, CLINTON and HELEN of Fort Worth; his mother Mrs. SARAH MILLER, a brother W. W. MILLER of Norman, Okla., and sister Mrs. JOHN MCGEE of Fort Worth. He was a linotype operator by trade and a member of the Hemphill Heights Masonic Lodge.

Thursday, Jan. 18, 1923
P. H. MILLER, age 35, a farmer residing three miles east of Marysville, died suddenly at his home Wednesday morning. Carroll Undertaking had charge and the funeral services were held there this afternoon with interment in Mt. Zion cemetery. He is survived by his wife and two children. His father from Chillicothe and a brother from Abilene were here to attend the funeral. Mr. Miller was formerly employed at the Gainesville Ice Co. for some years before moving to Marysville.

Tuesday, March 13, 1921
A telegram was received here today from Hon. R. E. THOMPSON of El Paso stating that ED MILLER, a well known former citizen of Gainesville, died last night there and will likely be buried there. Mr. Miller is a son of W. F. MILLER, prominent truck and fruit grower residing several miles east of Gainesville, and a brother of WALTER and A. P. MILLER.

Tuesday, Feb. 13, 1921
W. K. MILLIGAN, superintendent of the Bromide Spring at Sulphur, Oklahoma for years, who will be remembered by Gainesville people who visited that health resort, died suddenly at Sulphur last Tuesday morning, according to an article in the Sulphur newspaper. The remains were interred Wednesday morning. His daughter, Mrs. VAN FLEET, formerly resided in Gainesville.

Wednesday, Dec. 3, 1924
Sister of Local man Died in N.Y.
Miss MAMIE MILNE, sister of WILLIAM E. MILNE, manager of the Gainesville Gas & Electric Co., died at her home in Rochester, New York, according to a message received by Mr. Milne Tuesday morning. He will leave Wednesday night for Hornell, N. y. where funeral services will be held. Hornell is Mr. Milne’s former home.

June 19, 1920
LOUIS MILTON received a wire this morning from Lynchburg, Tennessee stating that his father, J. P. MILTON, is very ill there.
June 21, 1920
Word was received here this morning that J. P. MILTON, well known pioneer citizen of Gainesville, died Sunday at Nashville, Tennessee, where he went to visit a sister some days ago. Mr. Milton was a shoemaker and had been in business at Gainesville a long time. He is survived by his son, LOUIS MILTON, and a daughter, besides other relatives who do not live here.

July 7, 1924
Mrs. B. M. Miser
Funeral services for Mrs. B. M. MISER, age 31, who died Friday night at the family residence one mile west of Gainesville, were held Saturday afternoon at the First Baptist Church, Rev. J. F. MURRELL, pastor, officiating. Interment was in Fairview cemetery. Mrs. Miser is survived by her husband, B. M. Miser, and two children, KILE and BILLIE RUTH MISER.
Card of thanks from the family of Mrs. B. M. Miser: B. M. Miser, KILE MISER, BILLIE RUTH MISER, W. M. MCELREATH, Mrs. J. V. MORRIS, Mrs. B. F. KING, Mrs. W. A. GLENN, Mrs. B. W. WILLIAMS.

Saturday, Aug. 23, 1924
WELDON MITCHELL, 14 year old son of CLAUDE MITCHELL who resides on South Taylor St., died at the family home Friday evening after an illness with typhoid for several weeks. Funeral services were held at the residence Saturday afternoon, Rev. J. H. CHISM of the Church of Christ officiating. Interment was in Fairview cemetery directed by G. J. Carroll.
Card of thanks from the family of STERLING WELDON MITCHELL.

Wednesday, Nov. 21, 1923
E. M. Mitchell
E. M. MITCHELL, age 48, died at his home on Rice Ave., Tuesday afternoon, following an attack of spinal meningitis. He had resided in the county the past 25 years and engaged in raising stock. Mr. Mitchell is survived by his wife and several small children. The funeral service was held Wednesday afternoon at the Grand Ave. Baptist Church, Rev. E. A. WESSON, pastor, officiating. Interment was in the Fairview cemetery directed by G. J. Carroll.

Tuesday, October 2, 1923
Sister of Dave Anderson Dead
DAVE ANDERSON of the Turner Hotel received a telegram today about the death of his sister, MAGGIE ANDERSON MITCHELL, which occurred on board a train at Albuquerque, New Mexico, last Monday evening, while she was en route from her home in Los Angeles, to Gainesville to visit her brother and other relatives here. She was 44 years old and is survived by her husband, DOLPH T. MITCHELL, a son 16 years old and two brothers, DAVE of this city and WILLIAM ANDERSON of Los Angeles. The husband was at Tucson, Arizona where he learned of his wife’s death and he went to Albuquerque and shipped his wife’s body to Hollywood, California, for interment. Mrs. Mitchell was formerly well known here, visiting her grandmother, Mrs. A. E. TURNER at the Turner Hotel. She married Dolph Mitchell at Denison some 20 years ago where they resided before moving to Los Angeles, California. She was a niece of EDGAR and LUTHER TURNER of this city.

Wednesday, Nov. 29, 1922
HUGH M. MITCHELL, age 68, died at his home two miles north of Woodbine this morning after a lingering illness. Funeral services will be held tomorrow at the residence with Rev. FOUNT JONES officiating. Interment will be in Nelson Grove cemetery directed by S. W. Gibson.

Monday, Feb. 21, 1921 and Wednesday, Feb. 23, 1921
Three obits for T. D. MITCHELL
‘T. D. MITCHELL dropped dead at Uvalde Sunday’ was the message received here Sunday afternoon. He, one of Gainesville’s pioneer citizens and well-known traveling men, succumbed to heart failure. Mr. Mitchell was visiting his daughter, Mrs. H. K. GRAHAM, and was preparing to board the train for Gainesville when he fell to the ground lifeless. Mr. Mitchell was 63 years old, born near Bryan, Texas 9Old Booneville) on Dec. 12, 1858, and died Feb. 20, 1921. He was the older of two children. His younger brother WILLIAM H. MITCHELL lives at Decatur, Alabama. His father, C. WHITNEY MITCHELL, was a Tennessean and his mother MARTHA DOUGLAS MITCHELL, a native of Alabama, though they lived in Texas a short time before the birth of the older son. His grandparents on his father’s side, JAMES MITCHELL and JANE MCINTYRE HENRY, were descendants of early settled American families of Scotch-Irish origin, and lived at Connerville, Tennessee, where his father, C. WHITNEY MITCHELL, youngest of five brothers, was born. The oldest uncle, J. H. MITCHELL, emigrated to Texas in January 1937, settling in Robertson County. Shortly thereafter other family members moved to Robertson County, Texas. Soon after the birth of T. D. MITCHELL, the family returned to Alabama, settling near Decatur. At age of 18, young Mitchell returned to Texas, locating at Bryan near the place of his birth. Two years later in 1878, he returned to Alabama and married Miss SALLIE REBECCA NIX. In 1884, he, with his young wife and three small children, returned to Texas, settled at Gainesville. After 16 years of application in the mercantile business in Gainesville, he chose to be a commercial traveler for one of the large shoe houses of St. Louis, which position he held for 14 years. He remained with the St. Louis connection until they retired from business, then he associated with Nunn, Bush, & Weldon Shoe Co. of Milwaukee. Six girls and two boys were born to Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell. Of these, FANNIE LOUISE MITCHELL, TOMMIE GRAHAM MITCHELL, and Mrs. SARAH MITCHELL HUGHES are dead. The surviving members of his family are his wife, Mrs. SALLIE NIX MITCHELL of Gainesville, children, Mrs. MARY MITCHELL CALLAHAN of New York City, JOSEPH N. MITCHELL of Waco, Mrs. LUDIE MITCHELL GRAHAM of Uvalde, Mrs. RUTH MITCHELL BULLOCK of Hillsboro, and THOMAS DOUGLAS MITCHELL Jr. of Cisco.
From another obit: funeral services were held from the family home on South Denton Wednesday morning, conducted by Revs. A. J. HARRIS and A. B. INGRAM of Whitesboro, and R. L. POWELL of Gainesville, all Baptist ministers. Interment in Fairview cemetery arranged by G. J. Carroll. At the grave,..members of the Knights of Pythias of which he was a member took charge. Active pallbearers: S. ZACHARIAS, S. M. KING, GEORGE CULP, J. T. LEONARD, J. H. GARNETT, W. F. JACKSON of Dallas.

Monday, Oct. 11, and Tuesday, Oct. 12, 1920
Two items for WILFORD MOBLEY
H. W. STARK received a telegram today from Rev. ERNEST C. MOBLEY, who left Dallas for Rogers, Arkansas, in response to a message that his son, WILFORD MOBLEY, died there. The remains will be interred tomorrow at Weatherford, Texas where they formerly lived. Mr. Stark, Dr. W. J. PRICE and other Gainesville friends will attend the funeral.. Wilford Mobley, eldest son of Rev. Ernest Mobley, died in an accident at their home in Rogers, Arkansas… Rev. Mobley was pastor of the Dixon St. Christian Church here for some years.

Tuesday, Oct. 12, 1920
Deaf Negro
The body of CLINT MOFFITT, colored citizen of this locality and son of NED MOFFITT, whose residence is near the city park on the west side of Elm Creek, was found in the water well at the Moffett home this morning. He was about 40 years old, single and lived with his parents. He was afflicted with deafness, could hardly hear for many years. It is not known how he came to be in the well. This is the second tragic accident that has happened at the Moffitt home within recent months, a younger son was found with his head and upper body in a barrel of water, being supposed he fell into the barrel while walking in his sleep.

Saturday, Dec. 27, 1924
Body of Dead Youth Found
PETER MONCRIEF, age 18, whose home is in Collinsville, was found dead late Christmas evening at the home of S. R. STYLES, three miles east of Whitesboro, according to reports from there. Young Moncrief was visiting at the Styles home where a dinner was to be served. Just prior to dinner, Moncrief excused himself and went to a cane patch near the Styles residence. Later he was found with a bullet wound in his left chest just below the heart. He was taken to his home where he died after receiving medical treatment. Peter Moncrief was a brother of HAROLD MONCRIEF, an outstanding character in local baseball circles last summer, playing centerfielder for the Gainesville Gainers.

Friday, June 3, 1921
Mrs. Vane Moon
Duncan, Okla., June 3: Mrs. VANE S. MOON died suddenly at the family home of 1007 West Oak Ave. Wednesday morning June 1. Mrs. Moon awakened her husband, telling him she was seriously ill and in just one hour, was dead. Physicians attributed her death to internal hemorrhage. Mrs. Moon was the former Miss ROSA PROFFER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. PROFFER of Gainesville, Texas and was 24 years old Jan. 2 last. She is survived by her husband. A little baby was buried two months ago. The family had been living at Duncan about a year where Mr. Moon is employed at the Foreman Drug Store. Funeral services were held at the First Baptist Church conducted by Rev. L. MORONY, with interment in Duncan cemetery.

September 15, 1923
Tennessee Man Died
SHELBY MOORE, age 27, died here this morning. He came to Texas from Huntland, Tennessee, several weeks ago. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. ETHEL MOORE and his mother Mrs. BETTY MOORE who resides at Huntland, Tenn. G. J. Carroll has charge of the body and is waiting for instructions from the family.

Sept. 23, 1924
Bonita Youth Died
JOHN H. MORGAN, 18 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. MORGAN of Bonita, died in Gainesville Monday night. He had been brought to the local sanitarium for an operation but before anything could be done, death ensued. G. J. Carroll prepared the body for shipment to Bonita for funeral services Wednesday.

Dec. 12, 1921
Mrs. ANN MORAN, age 86, died at the home of her daughter Mrs. J. W. GALLAGHER on East California St. Sunday morning after a lingering illness. Funeral services were held at the Catholic Church this morning and the body was shipped to Wylie, Texas, for interment. Mrs. Moran had resided in this county several years.

Jan. 23, 1924
Mrs. J. P. BROWN left for Marietta, Okla., this morning, in response to a message about the death of her nephew, CHARLES E. MORRIS, after being ill with pneumonia. He was 44 years old and is survived by his wife and a small child. Mr. Morris was president of the bank at Marietta. WYLIE BROWN of Wichita Falls will arrive here and go from here with his sister Miss ELIZABETH BROWN to attend the funeral.

Nov. 6, 1922
NINA, 18 month old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. HUB MORRIS, died at the family home five miles east of town Saturday afternoon. Funeral services were held at the Oak Grove cemetery Sunday afternoon with Rev. E. A. WESSON of the Grand Ave. Baptist Church officiating. S. W. Gibson had charge.

Monday, Oct. 4, 1920
Mrs. L. W. MORRISON, age 68, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. HENRY MURPHY, on North Commerce Sunday morning after an illness of several days. The funeral was held this afternoon, Rev. POWELL of the First Baptist Church officiating. Interment was in the Reed cemetery at Myra. Mrs. Morrison is survived by daughters, Mrs. J. D. JENKINS of Dallas, Mrs. HENRY MURPHY, Miss VESTA MORRISON of this city, Mrs. DAVIS of Pampa, Texas, Mrs. CHARLES D. ELLIS of Cuates, N. M., and one son, J. L. MORRISON of Spur, Texas. S. W. Gibson had charge. Pallbearers: CHARLES PULTE, JOE PULTE, AB COOK, IKE BARNHART, HENRY MATHIS, WILL MOWRY.
Friday, October 8, 1920
Mrs. L. W. MORRISON was born at Athens, Tennessee, May 23, 1852. She is survived by her husband and the following children (listed above), and a brother, T. L. CAULDWELL of Myra, Texas.

Tuesday, January 10, 1922
In the death of Mrs. MARY JANE MONROE, that occurred at the home of her daughter Mrs. J. T. BUTT in Dexter, Texas, on January 3, Cooke County lost one of its oldest citizens… She is believed to have been the oldest member of the Methodist Church in this part of the U. S. Mrs. Monroe was 93 years old and had been in feeble health for some time….She joined the Methodist Church at Marion, Illinois, 82 years ago and was a charter member of the church at Dexter, having been founded by her husband, HENRY MONROE, 45 years ago. He preceded her in death more than 40 years ago. Mrs. Monroe is survived by more than 150 great-grandchildren. Among her near relatives are her sons, H. B. MONROE of Marietta, Okla., JOHN MONROE and JIM MONROE of East Texas; daughters Mrs. J. T. BUTT of Dexter and Mrs. MARY TINSLEY of Gainesville.

Tuesday, August 5, 1924
Mrs. J. F. Morris
The funeral service of Mrs. J. F. MORRIS was conducted at the family home on Davis St. Monday afternoon and the remains were interred in Fairview cemetery. CORNELIA WEAVER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ANDREW DAVID WEAVER, was born in Miller County, Missouri, Oct. 30, 1861 and the family moved to Texas in the early days and settled near Valley View. They later came to Gainesville and on July 15, 1885, Miss Weaver married FRANK MORRIS. They began housekeeping in the residence on Davis St. that has been their home continuously since that time. In early womanhood, she joined the Presbyterian Church. Rev. M. C. JOHNSON, former pastor of the deceased, and Dr. R. E JOINER, present pastor of the First Presbyterian Church here, officiated at the funeral. … Mrs. Morris is survived by her husband and six children, GEORGE of Longview, Washington; FRANK Jr., JESS, Mrs. BLANCHE MOON and Mrs. EDWARD LEONARD of Gainesville, AUER MORRIS of Oklahoma City; two sisters Mrs. J. L. MORTER of Gainesville and Mrs. A.D . CHAPMAN of Sulphur, Okla., and two brothers, BEN WEAVER of Ardmore and ALFRED WEAVER who resides in Missouri. Pallbearers: J. H. MIDKIFF, JACK HOWRTH, J. J. RAISER, J. W. DOWNARD, W. B. SEAMAN and CLAUDE JONES. G. J. Carroll had charge of arrangements.

Tuesday, August 5, 1924
Mr. and Mrs. JAMES BUSTER Sr., and JAMES BUSTER Jr. of Sherman attended the funeral of Mrs. J. F. MORRIS here Monday afternoon. Rev. M. C. JOHNSON of Hillsboro, former pastor of the First Presbyterian Church here, was here to assist in the funeral service for Mrs. J. F. Morris.
LUTHER MORTER and family and Mr. and Mrs. GENE MORTER of Ardmore attended the funeral of their aunt, Mrs. Morris.
Mr. and Mrs. JOHN CONN of Henrietta and Mr. and Mrs. L. J. JONES of Sherman attended the funeral of Mrs. Frank Morris.
BEN WEAVER of Ardmore and Mrs. A. D. CHAPMAN of Sulphur, Okla., attended the funeral of their sister Mrs. Frank Morris.

Thursday, July 12, 1923
Mrs. MARTHA MORRIS, age 79, a resident of Cooke County since 1866, died at her home in the Bulcher community on July 5 after a lingering illness. Details of the sad occurrence, as well as a brief sketch, have been contributed to The REGISTER by D. H. SAPP of Marysville, a close friend of the Morris family. … ‘Aunt Martha’ and her husband WILLIAM MORRIS were married in Kaufman County in 1865 and in 1866 they moved to Marysville section. After a half dozen years here, they moved to Bulcher and Mrs. MORRIS lived on the same farm more than 50 years. Her husband has been dead about 23 years. Deceased is survived by two children, A. A. MORRIS and LEE MORRIS, both of whom reside on the farm. Three daughters died after reaching womanhood, all leaving children to be looked after by relatives. Mrs. Morris had been mothering this flock with a tenderness characteristic of her sweet and gentle nature. Until her health failed, she kept house for her sons. Aunt Martha would have been 80 years old the next January 19. … the same day that Mrs. Morris was laid to rest, another pioneer was laid to rest, JOHN HUGGINS of Bulcher whose service was conducted by Brothers DAVIDSON and SHELBY.

Monday, July 31, 1922
Cook at Santa Fe Shops Died from Uremic Poisoning
GEORGE MORRIS, about 35 years old, cook for the J. E. HUTT Co. that has the contract to feed men employed during the present strike of shopmen, died in the local Santa Fe shops Sunday night. Uremic poisoning is said to have been the cause. G. J. Carroll is holding the body pending information from Fort Worth where Morris is supposed to have relatives living.

Monday, June 18, 1923
William Mosaly / Mosely, age 29, farmer residing in the Illinois Bend community of Cooke County (Montague Co.?), died in Gainesville Sunday night of acute appendicitis. He is survived by his wife and a little daughter; his father, C. H. MOSALY of Roanoke, Texas, and one brother and two sisters. Funeral service will be conducted at Illinois Bend Tuesday, arranged by G. J. Carroll.

Monday, Nov. 15, 1920
Estelle Mosman, two year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. PETE MOSMAN, died last Saturday at the family home, two miles northwest of Lindsay. The funeral was held today. Father Barnard officiated. Interment was at Lindsay.

Monday, Aug. 25, 1924
Killed by Lightning
J. L. MORROW, age 24, was killed almost instantly Sunday afternoon by a bolt of lightning, while he was standing in a field on his farm, six miles east of Valley View. The young man was with two brothers when the lightning struck. The two brothers were stunned, recovered and rushed to where their brother had fallen. The funeral was held in Valley View Monday afternoon. Morrow was a member of the Missionary Baptist Church at Valley View. He is survived by his two brothers, the three were living together on their farm at Valley View. Their mother died in Valley View seven months ago.
August 26, 1924
JOSEPH, grown son of WESLEY MORROW, living two miles west of Bloomfield, was instantly killed by lightning Sunday afternoon.

Thursday, April 17, 1924
The friends of Brother T. MEYER at Rosston will regret to hear of the death of his good wife, Mrs. Meyer, who was buried last Sunday afternoon. It was a shock to us. Sister Meyer has been in bad health for some time… Brother Meyere is a good man and has been superintendent of the Rosston Baptist Church Sunday school.

Friday, October 3, 1924
Leo, Sept. 29: JOHN MOSS, who died at Clovis, New Mexico, Sept. 23, and whose body was brought back to Leo, was buried here Thursday. He is survived by five children, T. G., N. A., and BIRD MOSS of Leo; JIM MOSS of Clovis, and Mrs. BECCA KINNEY of New Mexico. Miss OPAL MOSS of Denton attended the funeral of her grandfather Thursday.
September 25, 1924
J. C. MOOS, age 77, pioneer citizen of Cooke County, died in Texico, N. M. Tuesday and his remains arrived here over the M.K.T. RR Thursday morning and funeral services were held in the Moss cemetery near Era, Thursday afternoon. Rev. BALTHROP, Methodist minister, officiated. G. J. Carroll had charge of arrangements. Mr. Moss had lived in Cooke County more than 50 years and went to New Mexico about 12 months ago. He is survived by one daughter Mrs. BECKY KINNEY of Barksdale, Texas; and three sons, BIRD and T. G. MOSS of Leo and N. A. MOSS of Era. His wife died about five years at Era. Mr. Moss was a farmer during his active life and was born in Georgia.

Thursday, August 28, 1924
Former Local Man Died in Nashville
JESS MOSS, former local citizen, who was a nephew of JOHN L. MOSELY, also formerly of Gainesville, and who married Miss BETTIE DOBSON, daughter of pioneer Dobson family here, died in Nashville, Tennessee on Aug. 21, according to a message received by HENRY FRASHER of this city, from John L. Mosely who is now at Nashville. Funeral services were held at the family graveyard near Lebanon, Wilson County, Tenn., where Mrs. Moss was buried Aug. 22. He had bee in ill health more than a year. Following a badly broken leg, one complication followed another until his heart became involved and death resulted. He is survived by his wife, two children, JOE age 14, and MARGARET ALICE, age 14 months.

Jan. 25, 1921
Mrs. HENRY MOORE of near Delaware Bend died Jan. 11. She leaves a husband and four children to mourn her departure. Funeral services were held in Mt. Zion cemetery Wednesday, conducted by Rev. A. J. HARRIS of Whitesboro.

Tuesday, November 22, 1921
Mrs. MINNIE M. MOSS died this morning at the home of her daughter Mrs. WAYNE SEWELL in Sherman following a short illness of a stroke of paralysis. Mrs. Moss resided east of Gainesville for many years. She is a sister of postmaster B. F. MITCHELL of this city and a daughter of Mrs. N. E. MITCHELL of Woodbine. She is survived by other relatives. The remains will arrive on the Katy train Wednesday morning and be taken to the Carroll chapel. The funeral service will be held Wednesday afternoon at the Denton St. Methodist Church by Rev. E. V. COLE officiating. Burial will be in Fairview cemetery. Pallbearers: H. P. WARE, JESSE MURRELL, ED RICHARDS, M. L. GERMANY, AB J. COOK and EARL KERR. Mrs. Moss was a consecrated member of the Methodist Church.

Monday, January 3, 1921
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. MOORE, residing at 303 Mill St., died last Saturday morning and was buried Sunday in the Fairview cemetery. Rev. JOHN ROWLAND officiated. Mr. Moore is employed at the city pumping station. S. W. Gibson had charge.

Friday, September 1, 1922
T. H. T. MOSS, highly respected citizen, died at his home in St. Jo Thursday evening. The funeral was held this afternoon, under the auspices of the Masonic lodge.

Wednesday, March 12, 1924
Mrs. MATT MUELLER, age 67, died here Friday evening after an illness of several months. Mrs. Mueller lived in Muenster the past 30 years and was highly esteemed by her relatives and friends. She is survived by her husband, four sons, JOHN and MATT MUELLER of Rosston, THEO and NICK MUELLER of Muenster; three daughters, Mrs. GUS STELIZER, Mrs. FRANK GOTTLOB, and Mrs. J. BERNAUER all of this place.

Wednesday, November 7, 1923
Mrs. M. A. MOSS
Mrs. M. A. MOSOS, age 72 years, a citizen of Valley View for many years, died Wednesday afternoon at the home of her daughter Mrs. B. E. MITCHELL on South Lindsey St. after a critical illness of two weeks. Mrs. Moss had been in ill health for several months. Mrs. Cooke lived in Cooke County more than 60 years and was a charter member of the First Baptist Church at Gainesville when it was founded. At the time of her death, she was a member of the Valley View Methodist Church at which place funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon with Rev. I. S. ASHBURN of the church officiating. Interment will be in Valley View cemetery directed by J. W. LEAZER of Valley View. She was a daughter of BIRD COLEMAN and was born at Vicksburg, Mississippi, May 11, 1852. As a girl she suffered the privations of the Civil War. Her father was physically unable to enter the army so spent his time in the manufacture of guns at Vicksburg for Confederate soldiers. When Vicksburg was surrounded by Union forces, Bird Coleman and his family escaped and came to Texas, locating at Waco. After spending years there, the family came to Gainesville and spent some time here then moved to Woodbine. Thirty years ago, the Colemans relocated in Valley View then Miss Coleman married E. M. MOSS in Gainesville on January 2, 1873. Mr. Moss died about ten years ago. Mrs. Moss is survived by six children, J. B. MOSS, W. C. MOSS and Mrs. R. E. MURRELL of Valley View, Mrs. B. F. MITCHELL, Mrs. C. P. SEBASTIAN, and HUBERT MOSS of Gainesville. She is also survived by one brother, J. M. COLEMAN of Big Spring, and one sister Mrs. MARY HUBBARD of California.

Thursday, July 20, 1922
Mrs. MARY A. MOWERY, age 83 years, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. H. JOHNSON, near the Training School east of town, Wednesday night. The remains will be buried in Oak Grove cemetery Friday morning with Rev. PORTER officiating. She is survived by three children, WILL MOWERY of Graham, Mrs. LIZZIE CONNERS of Newcastle and Mrs. J. H. JOHNSON of Cooke County. S. W. Gibson has charge.

Thursday, June 10, 1920
8 Months Old Baby Died
Little JESSIE NELL MULLINS, age 8 months, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. RICHARD MULLINS, died early this morning at the family home in Fort Worth. The remains will be brought to Gainesville to the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. DRIVER from which place the funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon with Rev. R. I. POWELL officiating.

Saturday, June 14, 1924
Funeral services for J. S. MULLINIX, age 79, Civil War veteran and well known local citizen, who died suddenly late Thursday afternoon, were held Saturday morning in the Whaley Memorial Methodist Church. The services were conducted by Rev. MINOR BOUNDS, assisted by Rev. C. A. SPRAGGINS and Dr. R. E. JOINER. Interment at Fairview cemetery directed by S. W. Gibson with Masonic lodge in charge of ceremonies.
Friday, June 13, 1924
Aged Citizen Died
J. S. MULLINIX, age 79 years, well known and highly respected citizen of Gainesville, died suddenly Thursday evening at the home of a friend. Mr. Mullinix, a carpenter, was engaged in building a garage and had worked all day Thursday. While sitting on a porch, conversing with friends, he fell suddenly from his chair, dying instantly. Mr. Mullinix was born June 12, 1845 in South Carolina, dying on his 79th birthday. During the Civil War, he served in the Confederate Army then moved to Texas in 1892, settling in Cooke County. In early manhood he joined the Methodist Church, and was a member of the Whaley Memorial Methodist Church here and was also a member of the Masonic lodge. He is survived by his wife and five children, Mrs. A. T. ALLEN of Wolf Ridge, Mrs. J. C. NICKLE of Gainesville, Mrs. C. D. KELLY of Valley View, BEN MULLINIX of Dallas and TED MULLINIX of Cisco, Texas. … Pallbearers: JOHN O’BRIEN, J. F. MORRIS, FRANK PITTMAN, J. M. MAUPIN, H. S. HOLMAN and R. H. ALWOOD.
Friday, July 9, 1920
Baby Son
SAM MURPHY Jr., age 7 months, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Murphy Sr., died at the family home on Rice Ave. Thursday afternoon after an illness of whooping cough and pneumonia. The funeral was held this afternoon directed by G. Carroll.

Monday, May 9, 1921
Mrs. CHARLES SIMS of South Dixon St. received a telegram from Mexico, Missouri, announcing the death there last night of her aunt, Mrs. HORACE MUNDAY, after a short illness. Mrs. Munday, a sister-in-law of Mrs. G. W. BRYSON, had visited several times in Gainesville.

Wednesday, February 8, 1922
Mrs. Murphy
Mrs. M. E. ‘ELIZABETH’ MURPHY, age 82, one of the old time residents of Gainesville, who died in Oklahoma at the home of one of her daughters last Saturday, was buried in Fairview cemetery Tuesday afternoon. Funeral services were held at the home of her son, WILL MURPHY, with S. M. BLACK of Wichita Falls officiating, assisted by Rev. E. V. COLE. Mrs. Black is a niece of Mrs. Murphy. Mrs. Murphy was born in Salem, North Carolina, April 24, 1840 and came to Texas many year ago. She was a member of the Denton St. Methodist Church and a faithful Christian worker. Mrs. Murphy is survived by children, WILL and SAM MURPHY of Gainesville, Mrs. E. M. ORMAND of Butler, Okla., Mrs. J. F. MCCOY of Neotisha, Kansas, Mrs. W. M. CLEAVINGER of Cordell, Okla., and Mrs. FRED BUSH of Parsons, Kansas, and a brother D. E. WOLF of Fort Worth, all of whom were at the funeral. G. J. Carroll had charge.

Tuesday, June 6, 1922
Mrs. J. W. SHORTER left yesterday for Ardmore, Okla., in response to a message about the death of her brother, B. T. MUSGRAVE there Sunday night. Mr. Musgrave was engaged in cotton business and an old resident of Ardmore, but had been in feeble health for the past months.

Friday, November 4, 1921(?)
GEORGE MYERS and Mrs. T. W. GILL left for Davis, Oklahoma to attend the funeral of their nephew, WINFIELD MYERS, who was found dead at his home near that town this morning. Mrs. MELINDA FREEMAN of Dallas will also attend the funeral of her nephew.

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