William Rixon: One of the three Rixon brothers. John Booz: There was a John B. Booz who was a cook for Paul McCormack's 7-Bar-7 and later farmed on the Billings Bench, as well as earning money in oil and livestock - See Booz and Partner Call Stockman's Gun, Billings Gazette, February 7, 1935.
Pioneers--Montana--Yellowstone County. Rixon, William. Booz, John B. Cooks. Drugstores. Farmers--Montana.
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See Booz and Partner Call Stockman's Gun, Billings Gazette, February 7, 1935.