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    Gold once Owned by Mexicans

    Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.), 07 Sept. 1905.

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    Cool story, thanks. They're probably talking about over by Carpenter, OK. The old folks always told me stories about 17 mule loads of buried gold, generally in the vicinity of the Wichita Mountains. They didn't narrow it down to Jesse James or the Spanish though. But it was there, maybe just down the hill from the cave with the Iron Door, I guess.
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    Just like Texas in 1880.

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    In a very similarly related story of the relative area, there in the Wichita's:

    Jesse & some of his fellow outlaws likely got back there, after they stashed
    gold in the ravine approx. 5 mi. west of Apache, on north side if the Wichita's,
    during the March 1876 blizzard they endured. Story was told by one of the old
    outlaws, that they had taken from the pack train in Chihuahua Mexico. That's
    likely where those gold bars came from, that pipeline workers unknowingly
    dug up there in the Wichita's, in another location, where Joe Hunter had
    used the map acquired, got that close, but then had overlooked one of
    the most important last major clues that Okietreasurehunter spotted,
    in Joe's own black/white photo, to where Jesse had possibly moved
    at least part of the original 18 jack loads of Mexican gold bullion,
    from the story related contract treasure pact of the brass kettle.

    Talk about illegal border crossing, & hostile raid of neighboring people's assets?
    No wonder that whole area, is either a wildlife refuge, or ammunition & military base.
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