The Stroud Democrat (Stroud, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 50, Ed. 1 Friday, September 1, 1916 Page: 2 of 8
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THE STROUD DEMOCRAT
THE WEEK'S NEWS
negro admits morris muroei ARE WITH WILSON
SEVEN NORTHWEST TOWNS
PLEDGE AS A RAILROAD
NfctfS OF THE HEW STATE
Little incidrrtR and Accident, hat Go
Tc Make «Jo a Week's History
of * Great Common-
Oklahoma City. Pledges agRi edit-
ing $190,000 were made by committees
representing towns on the route ot
the proponed northwest railroad at a
meeting here. Oklahoma City's bon-
us U not Included in this amount.
The three-hour meeting was ad-
journed with many or the plans Incom-
plete. It was agreed that another
meeting will he held here before Sep
t ember 8. In the meantime, the ran
road committee of the Chamber of
Commerce will ascertain how much
Oklahoma City can add to the bonus.
Subscriptions Total $190,000.
The following amounts were sub-
Woodward, Seiling and Mu ^ ^ ^
Cecil Towery Plead Guilty to Chargi
Eufaula.—Cowering with fear an<
dinging close 1o the heavy cordon o!
guards surrounding them to prevent
threatened mob violence, Cecil ann
Will Towery. negroes, charged will
the murder of Charles Vaughn, Morrii
oil producer, were brought to Eufaul.
from the state penitentiary at Mc
Alester for arrignment.
The McIntosh county court houst
was crowded to the doors as the pns
oners, glancing furtively about,
shambled to the bar and entered then
pleas. The determined friends <>■
Charles Vaughn, who stormed three
jails and followed the men on wiU
automobile rides by night over all
eastern Oklahoma in an effort it
lynch them, were not present and n(
Many Progressives Will Vote the
Logically They Cannot Support the
Republican Party, Still as Reac-
tionary as When They Left
The chairman of the Deitioernllc na-
Monal committee publishes a long and
significant list of Progressives In the
far West who have assured htm of
their intention to vote for Mr. Wil on.
Men and women who have been tntlu-
ential In the Progressive councils, who
have been the Progressive candidal
for national or state office, names of
distinction and character, are on the
roll. Ungrateful for Mr. Hughes' sud-
den flop to federal woman suffrage
even Progressive woman
TWO FORMS OF "PROTECTION
Democrats Would Hold and Extend
Foreign Trade—Why Mr. Hughes
Is Not Pleased.
"You couldn't get n decent protec-
tionist measure out of a Democratic
congress, sectloniiliy organized, any
ire than you could get a revival ser-
mon out of a disorderly house. You
can't do it."
On the same day In which Candida to
Hughes presented this elegant siinill*
tude to the country the house Judiciary
committee of a Democratic congress
SUP USING SALIVATING DRUG
Don't Lose a day's Work! It Your Liver Is Sluggish or Bowel,
Constipated Take "Dodson's Liver Tone. —Its unei
sluggish liver better than a dose of
You're bilious! Your liver is slug-
gish! You feel lazy, dizzy and all
knocked out. Your head is dull, your
tongue is coated; breath bad; stomach
sour and bowels constipated. But don't
take salivating calomel. It makes you
Cecil Towery plead guilty and wit
attempt was made to molest the pri.i i are turning to Mr.
If principles mean anything. If the
Progressive party was anything more
iKoiit 1 than an expression and vehicle of Mr.
attempt to assume sole respons .tbMi ,|mnil lmtre(ls and
for the brutal crlm~ ™,n
entered a plea of not
be tried at once. Sentence will not j --||t the Republican party was reac-
be passed on Cecil Towery until aftei nonary cannot now be herded hack
the prothor's trial.
W1U Jrer: choir .to hymn his worship, the mass
t guilty. He wi. nf |(ro(!ri.ss)v(1H lvho believed in IU12
ICd s. Vaught. president
Chamber of Commerce,
Henry A. Pressey, agent of Now York
cankers, and Clarence Walters, father
of tho northwest road proect, repre
seated the railroad builders. Forty
out-of-town business men, farmers and
bankers composed the crowd of visit-
' Into that party unchanged, unrepent-
ant, bossed by the same old bosses, de-
I'owerys killed Charlc —, -
4 ot | void of any Issue save the noble one
Wilson" and getting the
Morris oil man, August
stretch of road near Boyn-
NEGRO admits bank R0BBER1
Milton Spears Captured and Implicate)
Ex-Convict In Crowder Bank Raid.
After a lengthy discussion, Waton-
ga was eliminated from the route.
This throws the road further to the
north and gives a direct route to
List of Delegates.
Present at the meeting were:
1) J. Ironly, K. J. Ingram, G. IV Koh
tor. 8. Hardy, K. n. Cunningham. 11
I*. Cunningham. 1). K. Cunningham
R. Poppe , H. Marnier, K. Hoekaday
and I1". L. Boynton of Kingfisher;
.John Wahllng, W. M. Hawkins. C. II.1
Jared, O. I. Matliew, Dick Herod, W.
R. McAllister and V. M. l^ong of Keil,
s. J. Bardsley, O. T. Kgerton, J. h.
Morse. W. A. Carver, J. Nile Godfrey,
J O. SI at on, George G. Price, J. R-
Durha, C. E. Derlh and John Floyd of
Fairview; .lames McAlester and I. 1*
Davis of Seiling; Dr. T. C. Leaehman
„f Richmond. Dr. W. R. Keiiey of
Watonga: K. C. Gray of Higgins, Tex-
as; A. Henquent of Ferguson, t kla..
8. i). Daniels, Mutual; O. K. Null, J.
j. Homre and D. T. Moser of Arnett,
T G Bliober, Lipscomb; ('. K. Luce,
Woodward; Ed. Vaught, Henry Pres-
shey, Clarence C. Wallers, A. W •
Boyd, A. A. Mayfield, M 11 Schofleld
of Oklahoma City.
melton names his committee
Judge Rainey of Atoka Selected io
Lead Campaign In State.
Oklahoma Clty.-After an all-day
conference with nominees and part>
leaders Alger Melton, chairman of the
democratic state central committee,
announced the appointment of )Mie
democratic campaign committee, as
Judge Robert M. Rainey of Atoka,
chairman; W. D. Anthony, chairman
speakers' bureau; Ray O. Weems, sec-
retary; Charles F. Barrett, director of
the press bureau; Tom L. Wade, na-
tional committeeman treasurer
McAlester.—Milton Spears, the ne-
gro who helped to rob the Bank of
Crowder, was run down and captured
hiding in the underbrush along Gainca
creek, three miles from the scene oi
Penitentiary bloodhounds were used
in the chase. Spears admits paitici-
patton in the robbery and in his con-
fession confirms the suspicions of of-
ficers that an ex-convict, white, want
ed on several similar jobs, organized
the raid. The white man got all the
loot except $10, Spears declares. Tha
negro dropped the $10 when he quit
I his horse for the underbrush, the
money, a revolver and the horse fall-
ing Into the hands of the oflicers the
afternon of the robbery. Spears had
$1.50 and an "Owl" revolver and was
dressed as an ordinary cotton picker
when captured. While dodging
through the underbrush from one
posse he came face to face with an.
other and surrendered.
He has not seen his white companion
since they separated after the robbery
he says. The negro is now
county jail in McAlester.
Those Progressive men and women
who were most earnest in 1812, as they
still nre, see the progressive and re-
form legislation accomplished or ad-
vocated by Mr. Wilson and the Dem-
crats. They see themselves contempt-
uously treated as puppets by the mas-
ter of the show. They see the raller
at bosses trying to boss the party that
was all for the rule of the people,
calmly ordering It back to the Repub-
lican party. They know that Mr.
Hughes' name is hut a clonk of the
Republican bosses, the same old or-
ganization ngalnst which they revolted
four years ago. They see, sorrowtully
or bitterly, that Mr. Roosevelt has no
fondness for being In a minority; that
to him the sole remaining use of the
Progressive party Is to serve a* his
bridge back to Republicanism.
The position of the distinguished
Progressives who have informed Chair-
man McCormick of their resolve
vote the Democratic ticket, the pro-
gressive and constructive ticket, is en
eouraging to Democratic prc-spects. A
stronger hope Is to he found In the un-
distinguished. silent, and sincere Pro-
gressives who. like them, resent the at-
tempt to deliver the Progressives, un-
consulted and unwilling, to the Re-
publican party. The Wilson Progres-
sives are a strong body, and not In the
far West alone.
reported a bill legalizing combinations yoa may lose a day's work,
to ,age exclusively in the export Calomel Is mercury or quicksilver
trB(ie."' " which causes necrosis of the bones.
Any such action as this, however, Calomel crashes into sour bile like
probably does not come within what dynamite, breaking it up. That s when
Mr. Hughes means by the term "pro- you feei that awful nausea and cramp-
tectioti." It does not Imply tariff taxes (ng
against foreign trade; It implies only u J0U want to enjoy the nicest, gen-
action to hold and extend our foreign tleBt uver and bowel cleansing you
trade. It is an outward-looking form ever experienced just take a spoonful
of protection to American industry, 0f harmless Dodson's Liver Tone. Your
while Mr. Hughes contemplates an in- dniggist or dealer sells you a 50-cent
ward-looking form of "protection." boUie 0f Dodson's Liver Tone under
It proceeds on the accepted military my personal money-back guarantee
theory that offensive action is the best that eacll Bpoonful will clean your
kind of action in defense, while the , nuAurC
best defense with Mr. Hughes Is evf ON FREQUENT CHANGE
dently to cut and run. _
In this view of what constitutes "a winter Asserts Women Are to Blame
decent protectionist measure" Mr. . jor the yarjations of Styles
Hughes Is probably right about a Detn- j )n C|ott,e8.
ocratie congress. It would be well for |
the country's industry and foreign
trade if the same could be said of any
nasty calomel and that It won t make
Dodson's Liver Tone Is real liver
medicine. You'll know It next morn-
ing because you will wake up feeling
fine, your liver will bo working, your
headache and dizziness gone, your
stomach will be sweet and your bowel#
regular. You will feel like working,
you'll be cheerful; full of vigor and
Dodson's Liver Tone Is entire J
vegetable, therefore harmless andI <*n
not salivate. Give it to your children!
Millions of people are using
Liver Tone Instead °f danE®r°"*. *
omel now. Your druggist will tell y
that the sale of calomel Is almos.
stopped entirely here.—Adv.
Sees Massachusetts Democratic.
"With absolute harmony among the
Jemocrats and bitter factional differ- j
■nces dividing the Republicans, we
have more than a first-class chance to
carry the state for the president this
ar," declares Dr. John W. Coughllu
of Fall River, Democratic national
committeeman for Massachusetts.
The Democrats have not settled
upon a candidate for governor. Form-
er Governor Walsh, who Is In the fa!
Fast, doubtless could have the nomina-
tion if he wanted It, but he Is not in
the country. I do not know who may
be chosen, but you may he sure that
there will be no factional controversy.
Former Representative O'Connell has
been talked of as a candidate for the
United States senate.
Women want something new to wear
j every few months. The absolute
! truth of this statement Is what puts
j the world of women against reformers.
| It Is easy to read and write reams of
theories ns to why women should not
indulge in the caprice of new
clothes; and, with delightful Ingenuous-
ness, these dress reformers put the
blame on the style-makers and shops,
Ignoring the fundamental truth that
the blame should be placed on the
Those who are sincere and those
who are Insincere but want to be
heard crying aloud In the market
places, do not go far enough Into the
clothes question when pleading for
What normal woman would want to
be robbed of her privilege of seeing
uew clothes and buying them when-
ever It is possible? Whnt healthy-
minded woman would want to go
t y°u havo kidney, v r
ROD 1 or bladder trouble t£
may be found just the lemedy you n^ad.
At druggists tn fifty cent
You may receive a sample size.bottle■ °*
this reliable medicine by Parcel
Uon this paper. .
"Now, what do you want?" asked
the sharp-tempered woman.
I called to see it I could se 1 you
some bakln' powder, ma'am, saltI the
seedy gentleman with the staggt 8
"Well you enn't sell no bnkln pow
der here, and I ain't got no time to
waste on peddlers, anyway.
"Come to think of it, ma am, «aid
the seedy gentleman, as he fashed
his bag, "I wouldn't care to sell you
any powder. This poky little kitchen
of yours Is so low in the ceilln that
the bread wouldn't have no chance to
rtssjsr* 25 £ «—• «• —•« ~
Republicans must admit that thelt
party Is split, ami that the differences or copied from season to
must have an influence on the vote. Mary Garden ^e opera
cut on the same lines and preserved,
from season to season?
ro help the Democrats the Industrial swercd this whole question once ln an
conditions will undoubtedly contribute Interview on the deck of a
largely. Workingmen everywhere ar* when she was sailing llVhhnh
employed at good wages, prosperity was at the height of the grea. 1
abounds, money is plentiful and the I concerning the question of America
country Is at peace. And when thai clothes only.
favor elective compensation
State Federation Adopts All Amend-
ments Suggested to State's Law.
Tulsa.—Adoption by the thirteenth
annual convention of the Oklahoma
State Federation of Labor of every
proposed amendment to the present
workmen's compensation bill and fur-
ther adoption of an amendment pre-
sented by Insurgent delegates which
provides for elective instead of com-
pulsory compensation, featured the
meeting which held its deliberations
President Edgar Fenton of the fed-
eration returned to Oklahoma City
following the selection of McAlester
over Oklahoma City as the next con-
vention city. He was much elated at
vention and the amount of work it ac>
members of the committee selected hyj^ size and enthusiasm of the^con-
Chairman Melton are: C. E. Burlin-
game. Bartlesville; C. C. Moore, Tul-
sa; T C. Ilarrlll, Wagoner: J. H. Gor-
don, McAlester; C. H Hyde, Alva; J. j
A. Boyd. Sapulpa; W. J. Benjamin, j
Coalgate; A. E. Monroney. Oklahoma
Clty;Mike Swatek. Oklahoma City;
George L. Bowman. Kingfisher; A. M
Stewart. Hollis; E. L. Mitchell, Chey-
enne; Sam Myers. Enid.
May Get New Interorban.
Tulsa.—Reports current In railroad
circles here were to the effect that
tho Midland Valley railroad would
take over the Sapulpa and lnterurban
railway in the near future. In a pub
"Another Gold Brick."
in th9 i it Is In dispute whether Colonel
Roosevelt said to J. A. II. Hopkins,
chairman of the New Jersey Progress-
ive state committee, that Mr. Hughes
might "turn out to be another gold
brick." Mr. Hopkins says the colonel
made the statement to him "in the
early part of the year" In discussing
the presidential nomination. The
colonel vehemently denies Mr. Hop-
kins' quotation, and denounces It as
"false, absolutely false."
As matters stand, the public Is
forced to judge by probabilities. A
man as garrulous and Intemperate of
speech ns the colonel and who habitu-
ally disputes words attributed to him
may nt least be suspected of having
a defective memory.
i On many occasions tt has been the
I colonel's misfortune to disagree with
other people ns to his utterances. No
! man In public life has more often
faced tills predicament, and no one has
more persistently, in the face of the
evidence, branded ns t "liar the per-
son whose memory appeared to be bet-
ter than the colonel s.
Is considered, the chances of Demo-
cratic success are certainly very great.
Throughout the nation parents are
thnnkful that the president has kept
the country out of war, iuid this slo
gnn you may be sure will be emblaz-
oned on many a transparency In the
campaign this fall. 'He kept us out
of war.' And he did It with honor te
our own nation. Our people do not
want war. The little taste the mili-
tiamen have had of it is quite enough
to demonstrate what war would
Not to Embarrass Mr. Hughes.
By calling attention to the fact that
a president with even one house ot
congress In opposition to him political
ly "must be gravely handicapped,''
Mr. Hughes furnishes an excellent rea
son why he should not be elected this
In the present senate the Democrats
have a clear majority or 16, with three
or four Progressives who nre more In-
The reporter called up from the
gangplank. "When, in your opinion,
will American women wear American
clothes only and show their patriot-
"When they're dead," she called out
over the rail. "They can't protest
against an American shroud."—Ex-
NUTATION IS SINCEREST FLATTERY
but like counterfeit money the imita-
tion has not the worth of the original.
InsiBt on "La Creole" Hair Dressing-
it's the original. Darkens your hair in
the natural way, but contains no dye.
SOMETHING FLY COULDN'T DO
Robbie Was Able to Point Out Its
Limitations When Called Upon
to Admire Insect.
In the opinion of some persons, the
new teacher was going nlmost too far
BABIES AND GROWING CHILDREN
need a tonic to tone up the system and
regulate the liver. Mothers are con-
stantly UBing with wonderful success,
our "Plantation" Chill and Fever Ton-
ic. Pleasant to take—contains no Lav
omel. Price 50c.—Adv.
Forget to Pay.
Patrons of Winchester barber shops
seem to have a mania for forgetting
to puy their tonsorlal bills. In many
enses It Is done unintentionally.
One evening, recently, a former Win-
chester resident who now lives In Cali-
fornia entered a barber shop for it
haircut and shave. He was in a hurry.
His business for the evening included
a lodge meeting, and, most Important
of all, catching a train for his home.
Many of his old-time friends were In
the shop when he stepped from tha
chair. He bade them all good-by and
started to leave the shop. He had not
yet paid his bill.
"Did you forget something?" the bar-
ber asked as the customer was leav-
ing the shop.
"Oh, yes, I beg your pardon, the
customer replied. "Good-by, good by.
And the bill still remains unpaid.—
David Guessferd, thirty year*
mourned as dead, recently returned to
his parental home In Townsend, Del.
Our work counts for more than our
GOOD HOUSEKEEPERS WONDER
cllned to affiliate with them than with ,n her attention to nature study. How- GOOD HOUSEKEEPERS worn; ^
Kepublicaus. It is, of course, possible pver )he children appeared to enjoy | How they ever igo g ,
Parker's Name Is Forged to Check.
Muskogee. Indian officials here re-
ceived reports that government
checks are being forged and put in
circulation in the Chickasaw and
Choctaw nations where a $9,000^000
per capita payment is in progress. The
first of these alleged spurious checks
was presented by an Indian at a bank
at Coalgate filled out in the sum of
Federal officers believi
Only One National Party.
With the comprehensive political J
norance which seems to be character-
istic of the American weekly press,
Collier's refers to "the South which
supplies the bulk of the Democratic
It is not the South but the N'ortu
which supplies the bulk of the Demo-
cratic vote. In tS)12 Mr. Wilson's vote
In New York nlone was (155,475, and
his vote In Alnhama, Arkansas, Flor-
that there may he a Hughes landslide
but there nre no signs of It. If Mr
Hughes should be elected by a normal
vote, the Democrats might lose several
seats In the senate and still be in con
trol of that body until 1019.
This is not a good time to establish
mixed party government. Worse than
swapping horses while crossing o
stream is an attempt under such con
I dltions to ride horses going in differ-
! ent directions. Tho re-election of Mr.
Wilson Is not exactly what Mr. Hughes
has In uilud. to relieve himself of till*
embarrassment, but It Is the only sure
payment as a means
hoilfands of "SSI-
re of Gabe E.
lie sale at Sapulpa tho property of j government out of
the Sapulpa and lnterurban line was iars.
sold to the Union Truust company ot The purported signal
It Is declared that the trust. | parji(.r( superintendent, was affixed
ransfer the road to the j (ho ,.heck presented at Coalgate. At
Five Tribes offices it was said
company will tr
Midland Valley company and that tm
Midland Valley lines then will he ex_
tended from Glenn Fool to Kiefer and
"• of the spurious checks had Texas and Tennessee
High School Principal Dies
Tishomingo.—W. C. Jordon. princi-
pal of the local high school, died here
after being found in a dying cond^
tion on the banks of Pennington creek
near here. Death was caused by re-
peated attacks of acute indigestion, ac-
cording to physicians.
Swimming Victim Buried.
Claremore.—The body of Vera Rog
ers, who was drowned in Little Pryor
Creek was burled here. Miss lingers,
accompanied by another woman and
two young men. were swimming in
Little Pryor Creek when the four
stepped into a deep hole of water.
Three of the party managed to extrl
cato themselves. When Miss Rogers
body was recovered it was devoid of
clothing. One of the survivors of the
party was arrested in Claremore but
was'released when officers concluded
that the drowning was accidental
turned up except at Coalgate so far
aS the officials were informed. 1 he
situation is regarded as serious.
The incident recalls the epidemic of
bad checks passed in the oil country
two or three years ago. Someone got
out an issue of Prairie Oil and Gas
company cheeks which wore cashed,
and several thousand dollars secured
Virginia amounted to RS2.1S!).
The Democratic vote of New Vork
practically equaled the total Demo-
cratic vote of nine Southern states.
The Democratic vote In Pennsylvania
exceeded the Democratic vote of
third of the totnl Democratic vote of
the country came from five Northern
states—New York, New Jersey, Penn-
sylvania. Ohio and Illinois. The e n-
tlre South supplied only one fifth.
The Republican party Is still a sec-
tional party. The Democratic party
nlone Is a national party.—New York
Hughes Should Be More Explicit.
Mr. Hughes assures his audiences
that he stands for higher protection
and that if elected president nothing
will be "pulled off" In tariff legislation
for private benefit at public expense.
Let him consult with Mr. Taft, whs
declared that schedules of the Payne
Ahlrich turlff bill were indefensible
and then signed and defended It. It
Mr. Hughes Is elected president with
a Republican senate and house to sup-
port him. Senator Boles Penrose of
Pennsylvania will be chairman of the
senate tltiance committee and Repre-
sentative Joseph W. Fordney of Michi-
gan will he chairman of the house cora-
I mittee on ways and means. Penrose
and Fordney nre stand-patters of the
Old Guard. Is a Penrose-Fordney
tariff the Hughes tariff?
open objection to the little talks on
birds, insects, and flowers with which
the teacher diversified the routine of
school work. So all went along quite
comfortably until the afternoon when
the fly and the flea were up for con-
Following the teacher's lead, the
children hud all grown enthusiastic
over the astonishing acrobatic abilities
of the fly—all except Robbie May, who
for some time had been staring mood-
ily at his desk, casting only occasional
glances nt the teacher, and those un-
It became so noticeable by the time
they were all admiring the fact that
the fly can walk on the celling, that
the teacher paused and turned to the
"Whnt Is the trouble, Robbie?" she
Inquired. "Aren't you listening?
Aren't you Interested in the talk?"
"Ye-es," granted Robbie, reluctantjy
polite. Then, warming up, "but 1 bet
a fly can't hang by Its knees, and
every hoy In school can do it, all 'cept
Laurie Lee, and he's had the dlpthery 1"
snow. Get the genuine Red Cross Ball
Blue at your grocers.—Adv.
Something in His Favor.
"There's one thing I will say for
that fellow whose mistakes cause so
"What is it?"
"He doesn't claim that his Inten-
tions were good, anyhow."—Detroit
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Same Old Republican Party.
Well, I'm still the Republican nation-
al committeeman from Illinois.—Mayor
Thompson of Chicago, after an anl-
Ten Towns Form Ozark Trail Club.
Anadarko.—So well did the citir-ens
of Greer and ^'"-'^^'oLlkTra^ mated talk with Mr. Hughes.
the plan of feti ng f ' ri ... llo. ; yes. Murray Crane Is still on guard
tnat an association a • ■ .Massachusetts. Penroselsm has
hart'at the meeting lie"J u> ' tured Lillian Russell's huabandlsm
,he booster party from Oklahoma Oty Allothl.r c. N. Bliss
The aRBOclation include;-
of Mangum .Hobart HollK ^e^; |Vrklng. nnd others' hy
tebo, Granite, Lone « • ^ ^ ^ . |i(,thl(, more grudging contributions.
View, Okla., and W g . i,or|mer's one-time friend Upham fries
jsz,™ £ «• —
Raymond O. Tolbert ot Hobart, seer#
has arisen to supplement willing check
for the republic.—New York World.
Progressives' Proper Course.
The natural and proper course for
the Insurgent Progressives this year
Is to vote for Mr. Wilson. All of them,
and ns well those who now favor the
indorsement of Hughes, preferred the
election of a Democrat to the election
of a Republican In 11)12. The Roose-
velt candidacy, whatever else It meant,
certainly meant that. Like conditions
confront them this year, for In their
view the Republican party is unre-
generate, a belief for which, we are
grieved to say, there Is only too much
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Ragland, J. H. The Stroud Democrat (Stroud, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 50, Ed. 1 Friday, September 1, 1916, newspaper, September 1, 1916; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc121230/m1/2/: accessed December 11, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.