The Payne County Populist. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 21, 1900 Page: 3 of 8
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jly Milk Preservativei.
Milk Inspector Grady of Chl-
illn, the chemical used In milk
Ives, will kill a cat. What
|„ to a child? Kittens and
ilgs, says Mr. Grady, have been
cnted mi with the milk pre-
md the effect upon them
fatal, even if not as speedy
", ■ from a neavy club. Many
preservative" sellers doclare
i|r compounds are harmless,
>iy non-Injurious. I wished to
m a chance to prove the truth
statements, and so we lnstl-
serics of experiments which
iw lasted several weeks. Take
ens, for instance—two healthy
the same ago and size. We
Vi'd one kitten on pure milk
other on milk that had been
1 with preparations of forma-
ie result was Invariably the
l i e kitten that was fed on pure
f it and hearty; the other
in to droop, languish and
mlttee of certain persons or delega-
tions. Advocates for the oleomarga-
rine interests have spent much time In
talking to the committee, mostly la
the line of humor, the evident Inten-
tion being to waste as much time as
possible without getting at any facts.
The Dairy Bureau of Massachusetts
recommends the following scale of
points for Inspecting dairies: Condi-
tion of cows, health. 6; cleanliness, 6;
stables, clean, 4; light, 5; good ven-
tilation, 5; disinfected twice a year, 4;
yards, dry, 6; feed, 10; water, 5; care
of milk, handling, straining, 6; sab-
merging, C; apparatus, t'ioroughly
washed, 4; scalded, 4; exposed to sun-
light, 4; location of cream room, dry,
2; free from odor, 4; ventilation, 3;
care of tank, clean, 3; pure water, 7;
temperature, 7. Total, 100. This is a
new idea so far as we know. We do
not know of any other state where the
dairy Is to be judged by the score card.
It is not even yet in force in Massa-
chusetts, except at one creamery, but
when it Is put. into force we shall
watch Its operation with a good deal of
fortune for dress.
ne JurHrt, we.
mJ/H, f* allrxptit
y dent, it u
Mrs. Belmont Spenili 923,000 la •
Single H eason.
Our fashionable women spend a few
dollars for fashionable uniforms, tout
whether they spend as much as Is
ascrlbcd to Mrs. O. II. P. Belmont
readers may for themselves.
However, the list Is suggestive of tho
leeds of the luxuriously inclined and
Is also Interesting. Ten gowns for
ball and opera, $3,000; ten bonnets,
$950; one sealskin cape, $400; two fur
muffs, $150; one ear muff, $129; one
opera cloak, $300; one opera cloak,
$250; six pairs walking shoes, $90;
four pairs dancing shoes, $48; four
pairs kid slippers, $G0; three dozen
long gloves, $3C0; four dozen gloves
for driving and walking, $144; ten tea
gowns, $2,200; six dressing gowns,
$500; three riding habits, $400; four-
teen corsets, $120; twelve pairs silk
stockings, $00; four dozen pairs lisle
etocklngs, $144; two pairs bed room
ilippers, $20; four suits silk under-
wear, $120; ten suits woolen under-
wear, $200; lingerie, $1,500; four dozen ;
handkerchiefs, $45; three dozen hand- j
kerchiefs, $36; two dozen handker-
chiefs, $48; two dozen handkerchiefs,
$3G; toilet articles, $1,000; ten gowns
for walking and driving, $1,000; three
bath robes, $ 1 CO; three fans, $75; three
pairs riding boots, $75; two bicycle
suits, $300; two traveling outfits, $200;
two winter wrap3, $200; two winter
wraps, $150; three skating outfits,
$275; trimmings, ribbons, etc., $300;
four umbrellas, $48; one sable trim-
med wrnp, $1,000; three dinner gowns,
$1,200; two evening cloaks, $800; one
dozen veils, $150; Jewelry, $5,000; one
fur wrap, $S00; two fur boas, $200;
two morning gowns, $200; three
sleighing outfits, $400; three theater
costumes, $300; one fancy dress ball
costume, $300; six pairs overshoes, $8;
total, $25,719.—New York Journal
•Sine Aged Birds.
Mr. J. H. Gurney, In an article on
the ibis, has collected from various
books and papers a number of facts
regarding the age to which birds live.
He mentions an instance of a raven
having lived sixty-nine years; a pair
Of eagle owls, one of which Is 68 and
the other 53 years old; a Batereul eagle
and a condor In the soologlcal gar-
dene at Amsterdam, aged 55 and 52;
an Imperial eagle of the age of 56; a
golden eagle of 46, anil a sea eagle of
42, and many birds of the age of 40
downward are also recorded.
Anay Down In the Earth.
The deepest hole in the earth Is at
Schladebach, near Ketschau, Germany.
It Is 5,735 feet In depth and Is for geo-
logic research only. The drilling was
begun in 1880 and stopped six years
later because the engineers were unable
with their Instruments to go deeper.
A number of farmers in Sumner
county, Kansas, have filed with the
county commlslsoners a protest against
the continuance of the bounty on wolf
scalps. They claim that the wolves
are of great benefit to the country as
A Powerful Ice Crtwhe*.
On Lake Ballkal, In Siberia, en Feb-
ruary 10, a new ice-breaking rteameiV
which w«3 built on the lake, wa gl*ea
a trial trip. The Journey was mad«
from Llstvennitsehnoye to Pereycift.
naya and back through ice 2 feet T
nic mi jicui «vu< Hi. — # — " |
rabbit exterminators, and that they do inches In thickness, the distance 01
little if any harm. eighty miles being traversed in
hours. The trip was considered moo
successful, and the engines of tkl
•teamer developed sufficient power
keep the lake open for traffic during
HE PURE MILK SUPrLT.—SHALL WE LEAVE IT TO TIIEM?
ength. Soon li would fall sick;
. r t:.r • • • q :! wou'.-l die.
icn, again I say. if the stuff has
'ect on cats, what will it do to
a? Guinea pigs have also been
the way and the results
ire trying to get the?e fellows,
Is a hard job. I cannot see
man with one spark of human-
hla natur" can pour poison into
lk Intended for little children,
y keep on doing It, and It Is no
latter to catch them. The ques-
the percentage of butter fat in
nd such chemical problems fade
,significance beside tho thought
berate poisoning of innumerable
n—at least, in my opinion—and
are doing what we can to check
11. The milk and cream adul-
1 is usually of the highest grade
kind that will not keep long and
the dealers hate to lose. Some
doctoring" is done out on the
some here in tho city. a few
of formalin preservative can be
an eight-gallon can of milk; the
iay be set in the sun, and the
will be as fresh and swec-t in
weeks as it was tho day it was
ht to town. Tho formalin,thero-
ls a great money-saver to the
ien, but It is ITM greater and
successful as a life-destroyer,
cartoon reproduced on this page
in the Chicago Dally News, In
were published tho above re-
by Inspector Grady. All kinds
k preservatives are dangerous to
i, in spite Of the declaration
lithfulness by the manufacturers,
i and old' r children are partlcu-
llable to injury, as they use large
ities of milk.
FASHION S PARASOLS.
Some of the Latent Fun< le In Season's
Revolution In Water Travel.
Experiments have proven that ves-
sels. fitted with propellers which
imitate the fish's fin. develop remarka-
It will cause a revolution
ater travel. Men gradually learn
that Nature's wnys nro best. One
eauso of the remarkable success of
Hobtetter's Stomach Bitters is the fact
that it is a sure cure for constipation,
indigestion, dyspepsia and biliousness.
It takes a very interesting woman to
make a talk about her servant girls
Ed II. Hardin, China Springs, Tel.,
says: "One large does of Morley's
Wonderful Eight cured my mare of
lock-jaw. It w s a wonderful cure and
saved ir.e a $65;00 animal." Sold by
agent in every town.
A bride is a good deal like a carnival
queen, and her occupancy of a throne
Is just about as long.
S. R. Baldwin, Columbus, Co., writes
occasionally give a Teethina I'owtler to keep
my teetlilnu child's gums softened.
Every young man should learn to
paddlo his own canoe—but he should
learn to swim first.
A Lnnil of Thunder.
Java is said to be the region of the
globe where It thunders oftonest, hav-
ing thunderstorms ninety-seven days
In the year _
Oat In Kanini.
"Had a putty bad cyclone orer In
your county last week, didn't you?"
"Should say we had! Worst I ever
«eenl It left things mixed up almost
as bad as the stuff In a bureau drawer
after a woman's tried to find some-
thing there.'"—Chicago News.
Keep Your Hair On
by nsing Cofco Dandruff Cure. Money re-
funded if it I ails. $1.00 a Lottie.
What has become of the old fashioned
man who used to predict that wo were
going to have falling weather.
Read the Advertisement!.
You will enjoy this publication much
better if 3*0u will get in the habit of
reading the advertisements; they will
afford a most interesting study and
some excellent bargains. Our adver-
tisers are reliable and send what they
Many a man's shattered furtune is
due to his negligence in mending his
When cycling, tnlro a bar of White's Yu-
catan. You can ride further and easier.
A little bird on a hat is worth two
that tell tales.
r that the cows are out of the sta-
ler a large part of the day, the
it rl!"> for considering alterations
Improvements. While spring Is
sy time, yet It must bo remem-
I that Bummer and autumn are
busy times. '1 he fact Is that If
act'.i. d work Is n< ■gh'ctod now it
neglected In tho summer and
le fall. Then will come the time
the cows are to use the stable
and the work will be put oil
would be a good thing If makers
ratter could learn to score their
bulter Intelligently according to
demands of the market. Much ot
poor dairy butter that finds It*
' onto the market li due not to un-
mllQfbs or carelessness, but Is due
U>e fact that the maker has a wrong
liard In mind. The butter is made
sordtng to that standard year after
ihd the maker belloves It is us
•d as any butter that goes onto the
Wet. Sooner or later wo will have
'onu to a realization of this and
*• "ei> to make such instruction
• • •
">• People In Washington that are
Woilng the Orout bill are using
■™wy fin their main weapon. They
that a majority ot the members
Jf U" llouso aro In favor of the bill,
J® 10 Ihey aro trying to keep K in
"•tommllten til, „ „ too |,,e pMa
1 are using all klnda ot tub-
• to do thU. When ttoe «oim-
a session there are always
put forward for May. One
* artument In favor ot wait-
appearance before Ue eom-
Co-operatlve creameries seem to be
popular In Massachusetts. The report
of the state Dairy Bureau gives the
total number of creameries la the state
at 46, of which 33 are co-operative.
The raw material was received from
2,700 farmers, who represented 23,000
cows. The products of the creameries
sold for 112,000. Most of these cream-
eries are strong an4 in good condition.
One of the co-operative creameries ti
13 years old, but the average age of the
others Is nine years. The creameries
that have had the hardest struggle for
existence are those located near large
Jowns and cities, where the sale of
whole milk frequently cuts oft their
supply for a time. In some cases the
competition with the milk users has
become so sharp that the creameries
have had to close. This must always
be the case when the territory In
which a creamery Is located finds Itself
Inside the area from which a city
draws Its milk, as whole milk will
bring more money than the butter
tat of the same milk made into butter.
At a convention of dairymen somo
years ago a dairyman said that It was
his practlco not to have any shade in
bis pasture, as he did not want his
cows to lose time In feed gathering.
He claimed that on hot days a cow
would go hungry In the shade rather
than go out Into the hot sun and feed.
Ho was fiercely opposed by many other
dairymen, but there were some that
sided with him. It wa3 rather a sur-
prise that any should take a position
of that kind. It seems hardly ihort of
barttfiroiis to place cows in a pasture
where there Is no escape from the tierce
heat ot a midsummer sun.
At this writing the passage of the
Grout bill in Congress appears possi-
ble. An attempt to table a resolution
In the House asking for information
from the Internal revenue department
on the Ingredients that enter Into the
composition of oleomargarine resulted
In a heavy vote in favor of the resolu-
tion. Thle is regarded aB a test vote.
If ttw Grout bill becomes a law the
whole iltuatlon as relates to the manu-
facture of oleomargarlno will be
changed. It will then have become
apparently pft a!ble to prevent oleo-
margarlno being sold as butter. 1 ho
further result would be a tremendous
stimulation of the dairy Industry.
uiallid fre*. Meutlun th'.a paper.
Lower rents—those in the knees of
the small boy's trousers.
nail's Catarrh Care
Is taken internally. Price, 76c.
If the woman who uses a parasol
would be particularly far in advance
of her feminine rivals this summer
she will buy herself the very latest
creation in parasol ingenuity, the sun-
shade with square edges. It is not a
thing of beauty, perhaps, but at least
It is strikingly odd and to be odd 1ft
at least to be noticed. The square
parasol Is covered with a bandana
handkerchief in the gaudiest pattern
obtainable and the effect is certainly
bizarre and unusual. The newest
handles for the season's parasols are
club shaped, and some of them are
adorned with bunches of flowers and
fruit Among the elaborate handles
wooden o es are seen mounted in gold
and silver and set with real or imita-
tion Jewels. Ivory, coral, and lapis
lazuli are also cut up into the parasol
handles. Parasols for morning ser-
vice are always of plain design and
material. Silk is, of course the rule.
For carriage use a white satin sun-
shade is always a desirable requisition
and it may be beautified by lace but-
terflies and flowers appllqued upon the
satin. One of the fancy shades showe
a parasol formed of stitched bands of
white taffeta put together with strips
of insertion and hemstitching.—Chica-
Bin. Wlntlow's Soothing Syrup.
For children teething, <>lten the Rum«, reduces In.
fiauiiuatloD, allave paln.c
tviod colic. 35c a bottle-
When a man refuses to kick on board-
ing house fare the knockers say he
never had anything better.
Gold Medal Pri*e Treatla®, 85 Cta.
The Science of Life, or Self Preservation,
565 pages, with engravings, 25 ctt., paper
cover; cloth, full gi t. $1, by mail. A book
for every man. young, ini(Idle aged or o'.d.
A million copies fold. Address The Pea-
bedv Medical Institute. No. 4 Bu'.flnch St.,
Boston. Mu-s.. the oldest and best institute
in America. Prospectus Va^e Mecum free.
Six cts. for t*>stnge. Wi.e to-day for
theso books. They are the keys to health,
vigor, success and happiness.
After your friends marry, your visits
with them consist chiefly "in hearing of
their children's smart sayings.
FITS reraiso«DtiyCur r1. .liflli orBonouinMulUi
Bi t • u e ot Dr. Kline >C oat Kerf# Keitorar.
nd .'or PR RE §4.00 U i\ boitle and treatia*
ft. li 11. Kli>b. Ltd..931 Arcb St.. PhilwMDhlA.
When a young man has the mandolin
fever complicated with the girl fever
there is mighty little hope for him.
The rbann of beauty !• bsautlful ba!r. Secure It
ritb Paukkk • Haik lUfcaAM.
Uisi>sacoBX8. the best curc for corna. I5cta.
Unless you have one fault you can
never have two. One crime makes an
Bwlfteat Ocean Current.
Among the twenty-five known great
ocean currents, or rivers of the sea, it
appears that the swiftest in its course
is the branch of the great equatorial
current so well known as the Gulf
Stream, its Bpeed at various places
varying from four and a half to Ave
miles an hour, with Its waters at a
mean temperature of SI degrees Fahr.
After running 3,000 miles towards the
north, as far as 40 degrees north lat-
itude, It still preserves, even in winter,
the heat of summer. The influence of
this vast body of warm water upon tho
peas and coasts it washes cannot bo
overestimated. It covers the ocean
with a mantle of warmth and serves
to mitigate the rigors of our Euro-
pean winter. The existence of this
wonderful stream was ilrst discovered
in 1512 by Ponce de Leon, a Spaniard.
use "Faultless Starch' l>e nuse it gives the
beat resu.ts—at all grocers. 10c.
A gocd boy may not become a hand
some man, but a handsome bonnet al-
ways becomes a good woman.
The Ileal Prescription for Chilli
andFover Is a bottle of Gbove's Tasteless
CU1L.L Toxic. It Is simply Iron stnd quinine In
a tasulebs form. No cure—no pay. Price, 60c.
Somo men are born with black eyes
and 6ome have to fight for them.
Carter's Ink Is Csed Exclusively
by the schools of New York, Boston and many
oiher places, and they won't use any other.
If you have a grudge against your
neighbor, buy his small boy a drum.
Ladld Can Wear Shoes.
One size smaller after usingAllea's Foot-
Ease, a po wder. It makes tight or new
shoeseany. Curesswo'len, hot,sweating,
aching feet, ingrowing rails, corns and
bunions. All dru rgists and shoe stores,
25c. Trial package FRT^E by mail. Ad-
dress Allen S Olmsted, Le Hoy, N.Y.
fool praises himself, but a wise
man turns the job over to a friend.
Plso's Cure cannot be too highly spoken of as
a cough cure.—J. W. O UaiE.v. 322 Third Ava,
N., Minneapolis, Minn.. Jan. 6. 1900.
Not half the people know what real
work is like.
LIKE MANY OTHERS
Clara Kopp Wrote for Mrs. Pinkhara's
▼Ice and Telia what It did for Her.
11 Dear Mrs. Tinkiiam I have seen
so many letters from ladies who were
cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's remedies
that I thought I would ask your advice
in regard to my condition,
vo been doctoring for
four years ajid have
taken different pat-
ent medicines, but
received very little
benefit. I am
troubled with back-
ache, in fact my
whole body aches,
stomach feels sore,
by spells get short
of breath and nns
very nervous. Men-
struation is very ir*
regular with severe
bearing down pains,
cramps aud back-
ache. I hope to liea*
from you at once."--
Clara. Kofp, Rockport,
Ind., Sept. 21, 1808.
"I think It is my duty to write a
letter to you in repard to what Lydl«
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound did
for me. I wrote you tome time ajfo,
describing my symptoms and asking
your advice, which you very kindly
gave. I am now healthy and cannot
begin to praise your remedy enough.
I would say to all Buffering women,
'Take Mrs. Pinkham's advice, for a wo-
man best understands a woman's suf-
ferings, and Mrs. Pinkham, from he*
vast experience in treating female ill*,
can give you advice that you can get
from no other source.' "—Clara Kopf,
Rockport, Ind., April 13, 18&9.
STOWUI.L & CO.
" ft CO.
Ask four Dealer for
' ' " ' • The Best an Eartl.
f OH StWUS CQU.AR5,CUFFS,UNO FINF. lWt!<
Ladles who take pride in clear, white
clothes should use Red Cross Ball Blue.
A doctor never cares to know his
Pain or soreness In the back must
never be slighted. Kidney diseases
creep on us with only that one warn-
ing. Delay is folly when by timely
use of Morley's Liver and Kidney Cor-
dial, the great System renovator, all
danger can be avoided. This remedy
is a positive cure for Kidney and
Urinary Troubles. Sold by agent In
We have long thought there has been .
a little too much bragging about the )
joys of the old Kentucky home.
Are now using our
Ir.iarnatlonal Type-High P'.ataa
They will save time In your composing
room as they can be handled even quicker
No extra charge is made for sawing plates
to short lengths.
Send a trial order to thl* cflce and d«
WESTERN NEWSPAPER UNION,
W. N.U. WICHITA—NO.-
VkM Answering Advertiscscits
Mention This i'auer.
24 — 1900
With the waning of the honeymoon
the mi&gruidcd man discovers that the
coming woman has arrived.
To he always happy, use Red CroM
Ball Blue. Gc. Refuse imitations.
Possibly a man may be better off
aftfr iie is dead, but it isn't policy to
tell his widow that such is the case.
The World*. Ncwupnpen^
The records show that sixty-eight
per cent of all newspapers published la
tho world are in the English language.
Of tho more than titty thousand news-
papers published, the I'nited States
and Canada issue 21,000; Oreat Brit-
ain, 8,000; Germany, 6.000; France,
4,200; Japan, 2.000; Italy, 1,500; Aus-
tria-Hungary, 1,200; Ppaln, 1,000; Aus-
tria, 800; Russia, 800; Greece, 600;
Switzerland, 450; Holland, 300; Bel-
glum, 300, and other countries about
Corn V tu«l.lK fir rtltrnlni.
Corn has alway been the staple
grain food for hogs and Is tho belt
und cheapest for "finishing off" to
make tho animals ready for butcher-
ing. It makes tho meat very firm,give*
It a flno flavor, and makes a better lard
than can bo obtained from aDy other
food. It Is strictly a fattening food,
however, and is not tho best grain for
young animals or for breeding stock.
When young animals havo an abun-
dant rango with a good supply of ni-
trogenous foods llko alfalfa, clover,
vetches and cow peas, corn makes a
valuable addition to the ration, but
should not be given In eicess, and will
usually be found more profitable II
mixed with shorts, bran, or ome other
fork from Wheat-One bushel ot
wheat will mnko nl1 lhf WBy ,rom J*
to 1* pounds of pork, according to th*
digestive and assimilative power of tM
animal receiving It.
A combination of corn ind ClOWt
will build up the right kla4«t a hog.
Unrbiin a. n Winter Re.orU
Durban Is a winter resort and con-
tains some of the finest residences in
tho world. Thoy afford a good ooean
view and arc surrounded by tropical
trees, flowers and fruits.
Binder Twine at Low PrlaM.
Ifycu want i\ special inside price on binder
twine, either Sisal, Standard or Manila, cut
ihls notice out anil mall to Sears. rorbrr*
& Co. (Binder Twlno Department). Chicago,
•tating about how much twine you will require
and how soon rou will want it. and they will
safe vou money by quoting you a price that
will cither sccure your order or compel the
party >vho supplies you to sell to you at a lower
price than he otherwise would.
If it wasn't for some people's vivid
imagination lots of physicians would
never be able to make both ends meet,
DR. MOFFETT'S i AUafs Irritation, Aids Digestif
Regulites the Bo well.
Strengthens the Child.
Makes Teething Easy.
,'TEETIIINA Relieves the Bowd
Troubles of Children of
Costs oc!y 25 cents at Druggists, any ace.
Or malt 25 routs to C. J. MOFFETT, M. D., ST. LOUIS. MO,
TDR. HOFFETT'S A Alia
(Teething Powders) * T
BUN CATALOGUE FREE
Tells all about Winchester Rifles, Shotguns, and Ammunition
Send name and address cn a postal now. Don't delay if you are interested.
WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO.
180 WINLntSTER AVENUE
NEW HAVEN, CONN.
Are You Unln* Allen*# foot-Eiwe?
It Is the only cure for Swollen,
Smarting, Burning, Sweating Feet,
Coma and Runions. Ask for Allen's
Foot-Ease, a powder to be shaken into
the Bhoes. At all Druggists and Shoe
Stores, 25c. Sample sent FREE. Ad-
dress Allen S. Olmsted. LeRoy, N. Y.
Some girls seem willing to marry a
xnan for fear that somo other girl
If you have a weak, nervous, debU-
\ Itated wife, do not cold or become
Nftpoieon'a Teinrope Fonnd. ; impatient with her. Give her kind
According to tho I^ondon Chronicle, trcatment, loving words and Morley'i
the telescope which Napoleon 1 ua«d | nVer nnd Kidney Cordial to renovate.
to carrv has turnpil "n ,n Turin.
Some people use apologies, ln tc cl
of money, In paying debt,.
There Is n growing admiration for the
woman who doesn't liuow the king
tom a two «pot.
egulate and strengthen her Bystem.
und our word for It she will Boon b
your healthy, happy boat half. Prlc,
ti. Sold by agent in every town.
It la true that money tallka. F.ren
hush money la apt to give a man
Strong bridge wotk runj right op dn4;r tie Falls — electric cars now £:• 1 .
n do«n to the Corge, put rapids and whirlpool at water*> edge— %
other engineering feats make best view points accessible. No oori
exorbitant charges—the governments stopped them. At less cost*
oo can no* view Niagara to bener advantage than ever
jefore. Round trips from Detroit $u.oot Chicago $21.00. St.
Louis $31.30, Kansas City $39.7^ Let u
quote right rate from your home city.
Our booklet suggests
illustrate! llitm viih tatmf.l cagriviag, lad |i<ti vtltiMe in-
lot tuition to tic coatcmpUtiag wmmel vKiUoaiM.
tloA—yo. till *u< to pNltrvt it It u IfM.
siv, lisrsr: ant*
Wabash Railroad AffiCS
Plantation Chill Cure is Guaranteed
, >, Monrf Ret unJ'J In 1 <, ,i; M ■ I I Whf No I 11 f 11 ' I' I I ,IK
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Wright Bros. The Payne County Populist. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 21, 1900, newspaper, June 21, 1900; Stillwater, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc117178/m1/3/: accessed February 23, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.