T. W. Mc Dowell

Fort Worth Star-Telegram
April 16, 1912

VETERAN SALESMAN, 57, DIES AT FT. WORTH HOME

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T. W. McDowell, for 26 years resident here, will be buried Thursday afternoon.

T. W. McDowell, 57, 520 Wheeler Street and for twenty six years a resident of Fort Worth, died at his home at 1:33 a.m. Tuesday after an illness of eight weeks.

Mr. McDowell was one of the oldest traveling salesmen in Texas, having been employed with wholesale houses for more than thirty-two years.

At the time of his death he was a representative of the Penick & Ford Company of New Orleans.  He was formerly a director of the State National Bank and was interested in the Penick & Ford Company.

Surviving are his wife and three step-sons, Dr. L. A. Barber, Fort Worth;  J. R.
Barber and J. C Barber of Denver ;  two brothers
A. G. McDowell of Dallas and John McDowell of Timpson and two sisters, Mrs. Ira Cunningham and Miss Euloise McDowell also of Timpson.

Funeral service will be held at 3 p.m. Wednesday from the First Congregational Church and will be conducted by Rev. George W. Ray.

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