Mary Greer – It must have been Tom O'Connor because I remember my father saying that he came up to Grandma Teal and he said, "Annie," he said, "I need some money." And she said, "Well, I don't have very much; about $20,000 in that trunk." And he said, "Well, I need more than that. And she said, "Well, you better go up to see Ripley Terrell because he's got all the money." So, they came down this road a little bit further and I think he had about $50,000 in her trunk. So, I'm sure Tom O'Connor was buying some more land. That's when they were buying it for a dollar an acre, you know. I remember that distinctly and I also remember Grandma Teal. My father lived with his grandmother out here. This was all Indian country. And I remember Daddy telling me about they dropped off a little Indian boy at…it must have been the first ranch house up here in the Terrell place. And he would sit outside and he'd eat dirt. And Grandma Teal would take food out to him and give it to him. And he gradually got so he would eat. And so after about ten days, the Indians came by and picked him up and they were good neighbors. But, if anything would have happened to that little boy, they would probably have stole all the cattle and the horses, and burnt the house down, too.