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Accredited Drug Testing has drug testing locations in most cities and towns throughout the United States. Providing drug testing, alcohol testing, DNA testing and other related services. Most testing centers are within minutes of your home or office. Same day service is available in most cases. To schedule a test please call our scheduling department at 1-800-221-4291 or you may schedule your test online utilizing your zip code in which you are located.

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901 HWY 83 NORTH 8.9 miles

901 HWY 83 NORTH
CHILDRESS, TX 79201
Categories: CHILDRESS TX

402 MERCER ST 19.1 miles

402 MERCER ST
QUANAH, TX 79252
Categories: QUANAH TX

1001 US HIGHWAY 83 N 22.3 miles

1001 US HIGHWAY 83 N
CHILDRESS, TX 79201
Categories: CHILDRESS TX

303 AVENUE I 32.3 miles

303 AVENUE I
CHILLICOTHE, TX 79225
Categories: CHILLICOTHE TX

301 E BROADWAY ST 45.3 miles

301 E BROADWAY ST
ALTUS, OK 73521
Categories: ALTUS OK

916 N MAIN ST 45.4 miles

916 N MAIN ST
ALTUS, OK 73521
Categories: ALTUS OK

919 E BROADWAY ST 45.7 miles

919 E BROADWAY ST
ALTUS, OK 73521
Categories: ALTUS OK

1200 E PECAN ST 45.8 miles

1200 E PECAN ST
ALTUS, OK 73521
Categories: ALTUS OK

3720 WILBARGER ST 45.9 miles

3720 WILBARGER ST
VERNON, TX 76384
Categories: VERNON TX

201 S PARK LN 46.0 miles

201 S PARK LN
ALTUS, OK 73521
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Kirkland is a ghost town in southeastern Childress County, Texas, near US-287 and 8 miles Southeast of the modern city of Childress, Texas. The population was 44 the last time the official state map was published.

The first townsite of Kirkland was actually in Hardeman county along a stage coach line from Wichita Falls to Mobeetie, but with the arrival of the Fort Worth & Denver City railroad in 1887, the settlement moved to its present location. At its previous location, it had "an inn, two saloons and a general store."

Settler John Quincy Adams, along whose land the FW&D tracks were laid, platted a well-gridded townsite that soon became home to a mercantile store, a post office and a stockyard serving an ever increasing number of farmers. The panic of 1893 was a setback to Kirkland, but by 1900 growth resumed, and by 1905 Crone Webster Furr had established a mercantile store that became the beginnings of the Furr's Groceries and Cafeterias corporation. Roy Furr worked those stores as a boy, and as a man would expand the business in to an empire. By the 1920s, "the Biggest Little City in Texas" had "three churches, a three-room school, and several businesses, including three grocery stores, two lumber yards, two barber shops, five filling stations, three hardware stores, and a bank".

From here, however, the decline began, and by 1980, the once-proud community had only one general store and 100 inhabitants, when previously it had 500. Today, the only significant remnants of the town are a (now dirt) street grid, a few houses and a cemetery.

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