The Dover News. (Dover, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 48, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 1, 1912 Page: 3 of 4
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. C(MSA HJLAD&HES
aud other ilk, du« (a an inactive condi-
tion of the Liver, Stomach and Bowels,
may be obtained moat pleasantly and
most promptly by using Sjrup of Figs
and Elixir of Senna. It is not a new
and untried remedy, but is used by
millions of well-informed families through-
out the wot!J to cleense and sweeten
and strengthen the system whenever a
laxative remedy is needed.
When buying note ihe fuD name
of the Company—California Fig Syrup
Co.,—printed on every package of the
Regular price 50* per bot one aire only.
For sale by all leading druggist*.
the original a...i genuine . „
SY RUP°f F I OS
EtlXIR0> SENN A
IS MANUFACTURED BY
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUPCO.
Just the thing to repair your roof or put on
a new one Not affected by rain, snow,
hail, sunshine, heat or cold and will hist a
life time. Write for circular and pass on
Kail road to Seaside Shingle Mill, Everett, Wash.
JOll.N L. II lOMI'M>> f
> s a t 0„ Tr
Throat Troubles ami Coughs. No opiates.
Btuiipltf free. John 1. liaoww a fioa, lto«ton, Uubh,
Old Wish in New Words.
Mr. I). P. Seerley of Chicago is an
art connoisseur, but sometimes he al-
lows himself to be taken away from
pictures and sculptures, and led into a
concert hall. He had yielded to this
one afternoon when the friend beside
him noticed that he looked bored,
weary, and wan, not to say exhausted
"What's the matter?" he asked Seer-
ley; to which question Seerley replied
with a prolonged yawn.
"It's true," admitted the friend,
"that, that piano player Is missing
some of the notes and "
"I wish," cut in Seerley, "he had
missed 'em all!"—The Twice-a-Month
Bronson—A man is never a hero to
Woodson—No, but considering the
chances I liaVe learned to take with-
out flinching, I ought to be one to my
GRAND TO LIVE
,, ^ , j CM SAVE BY C0-0PERATIJN
I f p,and Co-Operative
i;: Union of America
United States Treasurer McClung
has recommended In his annual report
that congress provide additional facili-
ties for exchanging old and defaced
Ignited States paper currency for new.
Asserting that there is a widespread
Interest which advocates a cleaner
and more sanitary currency, he says
that the sentiment is a laudable one
and should be attainable because the
expense Is but a trifle compared with
the beneficial results. It has been
demonstrated that bacteria attach
themselves readily to paper money,
and there Is no doubt that disease Is
thus disseminated. Mr. McClung's
crusade for a clean currency ought to
find prompt and sympathetic response.
AS TO HEROISM.
j II Matters ^ Especial Mnmert to \
LtLj the Progress**© Agriculturist j
ti exposure (
If, as alleged, the main business of
life is making money, it i6 Amazing
the number of people who fail at it. j
A good bog is all right and bis ac |
tions are all right for a hog. but it ts j
not good for man to act like a hog
There are a few men who under |
rate themselves, rather they regard !
tben.selw a as considerably above par j
The ostrich is only secondarily re j
sponsible for the big millinery bills
It does uot part with its feathers will-
If men had half the grip on their
religion that they have on their poli-
tics, the world would have no need tor
Money borrowed for productive pur
poses Is money wisely borrowed, pro-
viding that the Interest rate Is within
It's dollars to doughnuts next sea-
son will be a good one for the man
"«vbo has a well diversified farm, well-
managed. to look after him.
No matter how much faith a woman
has in her husband she never agrees
with him at the start but always in
slsts on having a little argument.
Would you be willing for your best
customer to see the condition of your
cows, stables, separator and dairy
utensils? If not, it's a good time to
Farmers who undertake to grow In
any section of the country what na-
ture does not intend them to grow
soon find it out, and usually by hard
If you but realize the change It
would make you would use sucu spare
time as possible and straighten the
crooked streams which flow through
Did you ever notice how much of
strength and character In live stock
lines seem to be Inherited from the
grandparents? If so In live stock,
how about in the human line.
'The only binding contract Is the
mutually profitable contract" Pear
that in mind when tempted to drive
a bad bargain or sign up a contract In
which you may be getting all the best
And the Last Laugh Is Always the Best
"Six months ago I would have laugh-
ed at the idea that there could be any-
thing better for a table beverage than
coffee," writes an Ohio woman, "now I
laugh to know there is.
"Since childhood I drank coffee free-
ly as did the other members of the fam-
ily. The result was a puny, sickly
girl; and as I grew Into womanhood I
did not gain In health, but was af-
flicted with heart trouble, a weak and
disordered stomach, wrecked nerves
and a general breaking down till last
winter, at the age of 38, I seemed to
be on the verge of consumption.
"My friends greeted me with 'How
bad you look! What a terrible color!'
and this was not very comforting.
"The doctors and patent medicines
did me absolutely no good. I was thor-
"Then I gave up coffee and com-
menced Postum. At first I didn't like
It, but after a few trials and following
the directions exactly, it was grand.
It was refreshing and satisfying. In
a couple of weeks I noticed a great
"I became stronger, my brain grew
clearer. I was not troubled with for-
getfulness as In coffee times, my
power of endurance was more than
"The heart trouble and indigestion
disappeared and my nerves became
steady and strong.
"I began to take an Interest in things
about me. Housework and home-
making became a pleasure. My friends
have marveled at the change and when
they enquire what brought it about
I answer 'Postum, and nothing else in
the world.'" Name given by Postum
Co., Battle Creek, Mich.
Read the little Book, "The Road to
Wellville," In pkgs. "There's a reason."
Kver rend rive above lelterf A new
oar tippenra from time to time. They
are arenulne. true, and fall of human
WHERE MANY FARMERS LOSE
Many Shippers Suffer Much Damage
by Their Lack of Knowledge in
Farming, which Includes fruit grow-
ing and marketing, cannot be success
fully carried on by people of inex
perience nor can it. be learned In a
day, a month or a year, as some peo-
ple think. To become a successful
farmer will take the average person
longer than to learn a tradi or be-
come proficient in a profession. Ship-
pers to our market sometimes lose the
value of their consignment through
their own lack of knowledge of how to
handle and ship their product.
Veal and dressed poultry are often
received tainted or spoiled because
the animal heat was not thoroughly
out of the meat before It was placed
where there was not a free circulation
of air, as in a box or railway car.
Fruit is often received In bad con-
dition because it has been bruised in
gathering, packing or hauling to mar-
ket. Fruit that is bruised and packed
In a closed package, as a barrel or
box, will spoil very quickly in warm
weather and even If It does not spoil
no one cares to pay any but a low
price for bruised fruit.
Crabapples as well as apples, pears
and all like fruit In order to command
full market value must be carefully
hand picked (not shaken or clubbed
off the trees), properly sorted and
properly placed in the barrel, and the
barrel filled to the right degree of
fullness so that when the head of the
barrel Is pressed into place not an ap-
ple In the barrel will move In han-
dling. if the fruit in the barrel Is not
properly pressed it will bruise In
handling and become nearly or quite
This is especially true of fruit that
Is mellow. Fruit that has fallen off \
the tree as well as Immature, small
and defective fruit Is being sent for-
ward when even the best Is selling at
More than the usual amount of Im-
properly packed fruit Is being received
, in our market this season, because
fruit Is very plentiful wherever there
are fruit trees, and many people are
shipping who have not learned how
or what to ship to get the best re
Complaints are continually being
registered by this class of shippers,
who think they have been unfairly
build a hall to be used for entertain
uients, picnics, conventions and other
Ten days after the organization of
the Pioneers, we had two of our mem
hers working on the foundation of a
building 50 by 50 feet They were
paid $2 50 and $3 avday, the funds be
tag raised by an assessment of $10
on each member, the money to be con
sidered a loan without interest until
the income of the hall should return
the investment. The membership of
the association consisted of millown-
ers who furnished the lumber on cred-
it, one merchant who supplied doorB,
windows, rooting and other material,
farmers, city pay-roll men and gen-
The new hall was completed and
dedicated September fourth, the first
entertainment producing over $150, or
enough to pay the workingraen and
leave a balance In the treasury. It
has a floor space of 2,500 square feet,
was well built, with plies driven on
the s aterfront for foundation, and
was considered the most modern hall
of the kind within sixty miles. It cost
the association about $i*U0. Then a
player piano was put in at an expense
of $500, payable in monthly Install-
ments of $15, and the work of mak-
ing the property pay for Itself was
At the etid of the first year the or-
iginal building bill had been reduced
to a small item, and the piano ac-
count cut In two. The committee In
charge of affairs had so managed
them that the hall receipts agregat-
ed almost $100 a month from the date
of opening The entertainments were
patronized by people living as far as
twenty miles away, and many even-
ings the crowd numbered above two
hundred. Such figures suggest the
query: How could twelve men b^ld
a hall, without cash, and make It pay
for Itself In one year?
The business of the association ts
handled by a board of three members,
known as the entertainment commit-
tee. Members of that board serve
one, two and three mouths; the elec-
tion of a new one is thus necessitated
at every monthly meeting of the asso-
ciation. That committee takes care
of all receipts, paying the money to
the treasurer and disposing of all
bills It employs two musicians at
$5 each an evening, supplies fuel, oil
and other necessities and settles the
acounts without the aid of the asso
Two entertainments are given every
month' and a charge of $1 25 is made
tor all the men to cover the cost of
tickets of admission and supper. All
members pay this whether they at-
tend or not, thereby creating an an-
nual fund of $309. Eight women,
wives of the members, provide the
suppers, and are to do so without com-
pensation until the original building
indebtedness has been wiped out.
Then other arrangements for supper-
serving are to be made to relieve the
wives and daughters of members. The
association arranges for all holiday
entertainments, making no charge for
the hall, and providing for necessary
refreshments and fireworks. Funds
for such purposes are not collected
by donation, but are taken from the
treasury of the association. Thus
the celebration of Independence day
with Its fireworks at night, Christinas
with its tree. Thanksgiving with its
supper, and other eventful occasions,
are duly carried out and funds pro
vlded without any begging, soliciting
or scheming to get money.
A Practical Milk Condensery.
It is not generally known that the
College of Agriculture, Ohio State
university, is the only educational in
stitution in the country giving prac-
tical Instruction In the condensing of
milk, but such fa the case. The dairy
apartment Is eq.ilpped with two con-
densing pans, one large and one small
one The large pan was Installed In
the spring of 1909 and instruction in
stltuted under the direction of Prof
Oscar Erf. Now all the dairy classes
get some work In this phase of dairy
Farm Produce Direct.
One reason why farmers do not
do more business dlreit with town
customers is because tht refrigerator
companies have gobbled most of the
business in the matter of butter and
meats Time was when the city fnm
lly depended entirely upon its farmer
friend for Its yearly supply of all
kinds of farm produce and got It dl
BEST TIME TO PLANT TREES
Work May Be Done Any Time From
First Frost In Fall Until Latter
Part of February.
Now Is the best time to plant trees,
especially shade trees. Trees may be
planted at any time from the first
frost in the fall until the latter part
of February. However, there Is a
great advantage in planting early in
the winter. The earth settles better
around the roots and hence the tree Is
less liable to suffer from drought the
first season. Nothing adds more to
the beauty and comfort of a home
than a variety of shade trees.
It Is undoubtedly of the utmost Im-
portance for farmers to plant trees
with a view of using them as fence
postB ten to twenty years hence. An
instance has occurred where a grove
of locust trees at the end of Its eighth
year of growth sold for $200 per acre
Groves of cedar are now selling for
good prices In some sections. Let us
not think that the growing of cotton
is the only way to obtain money.
Prove that Lvuia E. Pinkhnm's V.
pound Loes Restore the Health of A
spitting. Hie building i
it cannot be effecttvel
The only practical means
lng is by fi
\t the appointed I
lions of tuberculosis g«
ing burned, 5,000 pamphlets t
how to prevent consumption, wer
tributed to the crowd looking on
You'll bo de-
lighted with the re-
salts of Calumet Taking
Powder. No disappoints —
no flat, heavy, soggy biscuits,
cake. or pastry
Just the lightest, daintiest, most
nniformly raised and most deli-
cious food you ever ate.
Raoolvad Mf hast
Pur* Pood C
Letter from Mrs. Julia King, Phoenix, R.I.
Ph i uix. R.I.—"I worked steady in the mill from the time 1 was 1? years
old until 1 had been married a year, ami I think that can -ed my bud feel-
ings. I had soreness in my side near my left hip that went m«'uu.l to my
back, and sometimes I would have to lie in bed for two or three days. I
was not able to do my housework.
* I.ydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has helped me wonderfully in
every way. You may use my letter for the good of others. 1 am only too
fflad to do anything within my power to recommend your medicine."—Mrs.
Julia Kino, box 2*2, Phoenix. K.I.
Letter from Mr.s. Ltta Donovan,Willimantic, Conn.
White UonnnzaOatswon the world's
prize of $I 00.y0 offered by ths
American Agriculturist for tha
heaviest yielding oats.
Our new Haluvcnated White Bom
Oat j gave during lBlo and 1>11 awoi
I everywhere, not
ao particular as to soils and clliuea.
For 10c Stampa We Mail
a package of our Famous Oats, together
^ i -J with a lot of other rare farm seed sam-
pies, as also our Mammoth Catalogue,
If you ask lor aarna.
JOHN X. 8ALZER uEEl) CO., 800S. • th St.LaOrease.Wla.
Cleanses aud beautifies ths hair.
Promotes a luiurisnt growth.
Never Falls to ll.-nU.ro Gray
IIair to lia Youthful Color.
Cures scalp difeaaes * hair falling.
en you need a remedy
COUCHS and COLDS
If a Woman Had Done It.
Trust the suffragettes to make capi-
tal out of the merest Indiscretion of
mere man! The following is an ex-
ample, taken from one of their publi-
cations, the Newsletter, for January:
"A lovely little press item floating
up from Chatham Courthouse, Va.,
made the editor laugh and laugh. It
said that a juror sneaked out of the
jury room while the rest of the jurors
were asleep, and went and milked his
cow. He laid out to get back before
the others waked up. but somebody
saw him and told on him, and the
trial had to begin all over. If a wom-
an juror should do that out In Wash-
ington or Idaho, wouldn't it be a
proof of the Incapacity of the sex for
the duties of citizenship?"
The Romancer—When you have
money, people will shake you by the
The Philosopher—When It's gone
they'll shake you altogether.
"Evil Eye" Based on Fact.
Most people have heard of the "Evil
Eye," and now we are Informed by
Charles L. Smith, a noted New York
refractlonlst, that the superstition
arose because everyone, without know-
ing It, has one eye that Is different In
power and activity from the other. He
designates It the "dominant eye," and
according to whether it la the left
or the right children will grow up left-
handed or right-handed It Is sheer
cruelty, and may entail life-long mis-
ery, to force a child to become am-
bidextrous. Such a course may result
in wrecking the nervous system, and
can only be cured by a reversal of the
I process so that the "dominant eye"
may regain natural and undisputed
sway. Men who are ambidextrous had
better keep a strict guard over their
actions lest they should be credited
with the "evil eye."
May Be Plans of Famous Ship.
Great Interest has been aroused In
Australia of the discovery of some old
ships' plans, bellevod to be those of
the barque Endeavor in which Captain
Cook discovered Australia, which are
now In the possession of the Austra-
lasian Pioneers' club. The plans have
apparently been In Sydney for a long
time. They belonged to Mr. Cum-
mlngs, a blacksmith, who received
them and other charts and diagrams
from a Mr. Korff, a naval contractor,
said to bo descended from a ship-
wright who sailed with Captain Cook.
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CA8TORIA, a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and Bee that it
In ITse For Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
Indian Sacred Buildings.
The rock-hewn temples of Elephan-
ta, In Bombay harbor, which were
visited recently by the king and
queen numbered six, and four of them
are nearly complete. They date from
! the eighth century A. D., or somewhat
later. The Great Cave, 250 feet above
: high-water mark, belongs to a class
of sacred buildings very common In
India. It is a Siva temple, fully 130
1 feet long, the main body being a
square of about 90 feet, hewn from
i the rock so as to present three open
sides, and supported by six rows of
i stone columns.
"Jor.es was so proud of his boy and
what he was going to do. But the
youngster will never make a noise In
"I don't know about that. He's Just
joined a brass band."
"1 suppose you are afraid my vigor-
ous style would offend your read-
ers," said the discontented author.
"No, I'm not," replied the editor.
| "The trouble Is that nobody would
read enough of It to get offended."
CREAM OF RYE
For health and energy eat It for
breakfast. Reduces cost of living.
Free Silver Spoon In every package.
Ask your grocer for a package.
We are often admonished to "take
the bull by the horns" but the troub-
le Is to find a find a bull that stand
Willimantic, Conn.—"For Ave years 1 suffered untolu agony from ft-maie
troubles causing backache, irregularities, dizziness, and nervous prostra-
tion. It was impossible for me to walk up stairs without stopping on the
Way. 1 was all run down in every way.
" I tried three doctors ami each told me aomething different, I received
no l eneflt from any of them but seemed to suffer more. The last doctor
said it was no use for me to take anything as nothing would restore me to
health again. So I began taking Lvdia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound
to see what it would do, and by taking seven bottles of the (otnpound and
other treatment you advised, I am restored to my natural healtlu"— Mrs.
1/n a Donovan, TtU Main Street, Willimantic, Conn.
Letter from Mrs. Winfield Dana, Augusta, Me.
Augusta, Me.—"Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound 1 cured the
backache, headache, and the bad pain 1 had in my right side, and 1 am
perfectly welL"—Mrs. Win field Dana, 11.F.L). No. 2, Augusta, Me.
Letter from Mrs. J. A. Thompson, Newport, VL
Newport, Vt—41 I thank you for the great benefit Lydiu 1 Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound has done inc. I took eight bottles and it did wonders
for me, as I was a nervous wreck when I began taking it. 1 shall always
sneak a good word for it to my frieuda "—Mrt . John A. Thompson, box 3,
Newport Center, Vermont
Letter from Miss Grace Dodds, Bethlehem, N.H.
Bethlehem, N.H.—44 By working very hard, sweeping carpets, washing,
Ironing, lifting heavy baskets of clothes, etc., 1 got all run down. 1 was
Sick iu bed every month.
44 This last Spring my mother got Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
pound for me, and already 1 feel like another girl. 1 am regular and do
not have the pains that I did, and do not have to go to bed. I will tell all
my friends what the Compound is doing for me."—Miss u&acie B. Dodds,
Box 133. Bethlehem, N.H.
For 30 years I.yriia R. Pinkham's Vegetable
Coinpotinil bus been the standard remedy for fe-
male ills. No one sick with woman'** ailments
does justice to herself who will not try this fa-
mous medicine, made from roots and herbs, it
has restored so many suffering women to healtli.
• W rite to T.Y III A Ea 1*1 N Kll A M MEDICI NE CO.
_ _ .CONFIDENTIAL) LYNN, MASS., for advice.
Your letter will 1m opened, read and answered
by a woman and held iu strict confidence.
Putting It Plainly.
"What did the banker's daughter
say when you asked her to marry
"She said I would have to go to par
before she could take stock In uiy
He who never stole a kiss doesn't
know what he has missed.
BUY "RANCH KING" SADDLES
DIRECT FROM MAKER
Our vusrsntf bsrki-d by twenty years' buainea*
Catalogue. 150 at vies, free. St'lid for adver-
tising leather watch fob*, 10 ets., worth 2.'> ci
DODSON SADDLERY CO.
W. N. U., WICHITA, NO. 5-1912.
• a* c -
OVER 2 MILU0H PACKAGES SOLD WEEKLY
The Goats for Milk.
The ordinary, old-fashioned goat
cannot be recommended as a milk
producer, though by crosses with one
of the Mediterranean breeds the de
scendants may become so. The Nu-
bian goat is perhaps the most prolific
milker, but as a pure-bred animal we
do not think It would stand our cli-
mate unless handled with great care.
There are a number of breeders in
the states who have fine flocks of
goats kept for milking purposes, but
It must be understood that these re-
quire attention which it not. as a rule,
lavished on the common goat, whose
feed Is what it can get.
Man of the Present.
"A man has to be up-to-date to do
"Yes," replied Mr. Dustin Stax.
"When I talk to an Investigating com-
mittee I find It desirable not to dwell
needlessly on the past."
1>. Pierce's Plesssnt Pellets regulate
and invigorate stomach, liver and bowels.
Sugar-coated, tiny granules, easy to take
Time Is a wound be&ler, but It's no
good as a wrinkle remover.
WILL SACBUriCK. 80 A. IN PAWNEE COL'NTT, !
Oklu. 36 acres culllvaU'tl. All croaa-fonceU. G<>u
pl t« Improvement*. Kxcellf
Every smallest stroke of virtue or j
of vice leaves its never so little scar, j
Hra. Wtnalow'n Soothing Syrup for Children
teething, aofteua the gumH, reduces Iuflammft-
uou, alliaya pain, cures wind colic, 26c a bottle.
A woman wants protection, but fa-
vors free speech.
TO CfTRF A COI.D IN ONE DAY
Take l.AXATIVK HKoMO Oulnfno Tablet*.
f It fane to cure. K.W.I
A good conscience makes an easy
^ Rheumatic Pains
Sloan's Liniment is pood for pain of
any sort. It penetrates, without rubbing,
through the muscular tissue right to the
bone—relieves the congestion and gives
permanent as well as temporary relief.
A. W. Lay of lafayette, Ala., writes : —
" I had rheumatism fur five years. I tried
doctors and several different remedies but
they did not help me. I obtained a bottle
" Sloan's Liniment which did me so much
good that I would not do without it
Thomas L. Rice of Easton, Pa.,
writes: *' 1 have used Sloan's Lini-
ment and find it first-class tor rheu-
Mr. G.G. Jones of Baldwins, L.I.,
writes:—"! have found Sloan's Lin-
iment par excellence. I have used it for broken sinews above the knee
cap caused by a fall, and to my great satisfaction 1 was able to resume
my duties in less than three weeks after the accident."
is an excellent remedy for sprains, bruises, sore throat, asthma.
No rubbing necessary—you can apply with a brush.
At ail dealers. Price, 25oSOo• & $1*00-
Sloan's Book on Horses. Cattle, Sheep and Poultry sent free. Address
Dr. EARL S. SLOAN. BOSTON, MASS.
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
Color more Roodi brighter and faster colors than any other dye. One 10c package colors all fibers. They dye in cold water better than any^ther dye. You can
dye any garment without rippin* apart. Wnto for free booklet- How to Dye. Bleach and Mix Colors. MONROE PWtC COMPANY, Qulncy, 111.
If jou cannot afford 10c cigars, smoke
I LEW IS' Single Binder itraight 5c—made
of extra quality tobacco.
Work is better for most people than
[ most people are for work.
Marriage separates a bachelor from
a lot of Illusions.
"That politician used to have a
knife up his sleeve for you."
"Yes," replied Senatqr Sorghum.
"But I have observed him at luncheon
and his knife Is not going to do me
any harm. He's too busy eating with
Pink Eye, Epizootic
t% Caturrhal Fever
Hnre core and poaltlpreventive, no matter how horwe* at any a^e are Infected
or"«xi>o e<t " l.i<inl<l ti on tlie tonic"e. actaou the Blood and olamiai espe<a the
poleunoua germs from the body. CuraSl'laUmper In and Sheep and Cholera l«
Poultry. Uriti-nt aellliiK livestock remedy. <'"re*La Urlpi>e aiiion* h iirnan h-i n jra.
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Cauaea and Curee/' Hpeclal Ajfi-nta wanted.
SPOHN MEDICAL CO., Bc.hcIffitSB.?.?. 6QSHEN, IND., U. S. A.
Alfalfa a Good Crop.
For the man or woman of moderate
means alfalfa Is a good crop to farm.
Alfalfa is always a staple product and
under scientific cultivation never f.iil*
to bring profitable returns
II Voura to fluttering or weak, us* "RENOVIMC." Mad* by Van Vl« t-Mai flald Drug Co.. Mamphte, Tann. Prlca $1.00
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Lower, Sue L. The Dover News. (Dover, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 48, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 1, 1912, newspaper, February 1, 1912; Dover, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107059/m1/3/: accessed December 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.