Manuscripts/Mixed Material [Farming with Oxen]
[M.F. Brown?], living eight miles northwest from [Gilmor?], in the [?] Community, has the most [publicized?] yoke of oxen in Northeast Texas today. This results from the fact that he, after having been on “relief”, rehabilitated himself by training and using a yoke of yearlings - (growing them into a nice yoke of oxen in three years), and thus reestablishing himself on the farm. He is doing all of his plowing and hauling with those oxen, bringing himself to where he no longer needs, nor will be accept[?] “relief” from any source. To reach his place, going from Gilmor, go west on Buffalo Street one-half mile, turn Northeast to Cross [Roads Store?] , take right hand [300 ?] around hill to Brown's place.
Roy Conley, living three miles west of [?], on the old [?] and [?] Road, uses ayoke of oxen to plow and haul with.
In [Britchett?], just across railroad tracts near the depot,