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14th Annual Pioneer Days
Tuesday, January 03, 2017
14th Annual Pioneer Days**Free Event** November 17th, 18th, 2017 8am to 6pm each day Come and experience life in 1854.... More
2013 Pioneer Days Classic Gun Raffle
11/23/13
RAFFLE WINNER!!!
At 5:30 PM on Saturday eight year old Brian Depaiva, from Keene, drew the winning ticket # 0168 which belonged to the lucky Paul Adlof from McKinney. Paul and his wife Shelly came back to Cleburne on Monday and met with John Schultz, the gunsmith who prepared this years gun. They all met at the Cleburne Courthouse to transfer ownership of the rifle and have their picture made with John Schultz, Randolph Garner, President of Johnson County Heritage Foundation and David Murdoch who sold Paul the ticket. The reason they met at the Courthouse is Paul was the man who removed the stone from the Courthouse to recover the Time Capsule on Nov. 16 and purchased $50. worth of Raffle Tickets.
CONGRATULATIONS PAUL!!!

This is what Paul won.
FULLY CUSTOM ENGRAVED 1873 WINCHESTER "Uberti" Chambered in 45 Colt
Valued at $4000. Raffle Tickets $10. or 6 for $50. 12 for $100.





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Chisholm Trail Marker - Godley
In 1867, Joe McCoy diverted his cattle drive around the swollen Trinity River and stranded herds to the north. From Buchanan, he pioneered an uncharted course through Godley, Cresson, Decatur and Red River Station then back to the main trail.... Read More
Did you know?
The Chisholm Trail is named for Jesse Chisholm who had built several trading posts in what is now western Oklahoma before the Civil War. He died in 1868, too soon to ever drive cattle on the trail. Jesse died, at Johnny Two Hand Springs in Oklahoma, as a result of food poisoning from eating bear

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