TOM L. HILL.
BOLTON TOWNSHIP 1880:
Hill, T. L., 36; spouse, Addie, 26.
ARKANSAS CITY 1893:
Hill, Thomas, 50; spouse, Ada. 40.
FROM THE NEWSPAPERS.
T. L. Hill, Creswell Township...
Arkansas City Traveler, August 31, 1881. Editorial Page.
Roll of Old Soldiers.
The following is a list of the Old Soldiers of Creswell Township.
NAME COMPANY REGIMENT RANK
T. L. HILL H 1 Ark. Private
Arkansas City Republican, April 4, 1885.
Tom L. Hill and family, who formerly resided here and moved to Arkansas, have returned and will make Arkansas City their future home.
Arkansas City Republican, April 11, 1885.
Thos. Hill and family have rented a residence in the fourth ward near the Central School building and commenced housekeeping.
Arkansas City Republican, July 4, 1885.
As per announcement in REPUBLICAN, those interested in the stock trade met in room No. 3 in the Hasie Block last Saturday for the purpose of organizing a live stock exchange. W. M. Snyder was chosen chairman and Frederic Lockley, secretary. After considerable discussion of the benefits of a stock exchange by those present, a motion was made and adopted to appoint a committee on organization and the Chair appointed Geo. E. Hasie, H. P. Farrar, and N. T. Snyder. Amos Walton, Maj. M. S. Hasie, and T. L. Hill were selected as a committee on constitution and by-laws. N. T. Snyder, W. M. Snyder, and Pink Fouts were chosen as a committee on the furnishing of the room. No other business coming before the meeting, it adjourned until Saturday.
Winfield Courier, Thursday, September 10, 1885.
Judge Sumner, D. H. Thomas, and T. L. Hill were among the Arkansas City visitors to the Metropolis Monday.
Winfield Courier, Thursday, December 31, 1885.
The following are the real estate transfers filed in the office of Register of Deeds since our last issue.
B F Beal et ux to Thomas L Hill, lots 8, 9, 10 and 11, blk 58, A. C.: $3,100.00.