February 10, 1917
Pneumonia Takes Old Citizen
Ringling, Okla., Feb. 9: Pneumonia after ten days removed from Cornish one of its oldest and respected citizens, JAMES W. TAYLOR, son of F. M. TAYLOR and a brother of Dr. S. O. TAYLOR of Ringling. He was 46 years old and leaves a widow and a son 2 1/2 years old who are to make their home with the parents of the deceased. Mr. Taylor came to Cornish from Palo Pinto County, Texas 16 years ago. For several years he was a farmer. Lately he employed in the store of W. P. EARLS, and was treasurer of the town of Cornish. Two brothers, I. M. TAYLOR of Lipan, Texas, and BEN M. TAYLOR of Dallas, attended the funeral with other members of the family here. The body was buried at Cornish.