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Once seen, his facial features were said never to be forgotten. Bill Doolin was twenty-three years old in 1881 when he decided to go west, for stories of free land and great opportunities to be had there were upon the lips of everyone he met. He first went to Fort Smith, where he spent a few days and finally signed on as a helper with a freight outfit headed for Caldwell, Kansas, on the frontier. His first job out of Caldwell seems to have been with the Three Circle Ranch, with headquarters on the north bank of the Cimarron River five miles northeast of present-day Guthrie, Oklahoma.

He always wore a ragged brindled moustache that practically covered his straight mouth. Once seen, his facial features were said never to be forgotten. Bill Doolin was twenty-three years old in 1881 when he decided to go west, for stories of free land and great opportunities to be had there were upon the lips of everyone he met. He first went to Fort Smith, where he spent a few days and finally signed on as a helper with a freight outfit headed for Caldwell, Kansas, on the frontier. His first job out of Caldwell seems to have been with the Three Circle Ranch, with headquarters on the north bank of the Cimarron River five miles northeast of present-day Guthrie, Oklahoma.

He worked for O. D. Halsell on the HH Ranch before the opening of Oklahoma Territory in 1889 and his subsequent joining up with the Daltons. Richard L. (Dick) Broadwell, "Texas Jack" started out as a horse thief but soon graduated to bigger things. He was another Texas cowboy who had come up the trail with a cattle herd. A Halsell rider, Dick was acquainted with most of the men he was later to be associated with in crime. Handsome George Newcomb, known as "Bitter Creek," and "Slaughter's Kid," came from a good Fort Scott, Kansas, family.

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