The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 258, Ed. 2 Sunday, February 11, 1906 Page: 3 of 8
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3IIE OKLATTOMA STATE CAPITAL SI \!DAY MORXI\"0, IT.BRl ATiV 11
triA uivuani;nA oiaiu # . ———————————————
The State Capital Prints More Oklahoma College News Than Any Other Paper
; i ~ '~ ~ . spvp,.ai are Chop, n Miss Maple, In addltfon to ttirowgh some one * ra>i4tun«i Y oo|i
Ml-, Slos. of tho Lsnnu department dur. ^ ™Ct1, 1 "" ' ,UD * P"B rw. th. .tudenti mentioned lMt of the bv laws and regiHarftoas were |o,
Orchestra Made a Rccord at the
„ Scottish Rite Reunion — *
Dual Track Meet
6peel.il to the Stiite Capital.
Norman, O. T. Feb. 10—The seconl
day of the registration in the univeri-
ty ehowa that six hundred limit will be
xcached this summer without any
trouble whutever. The enrollment is
much larger than for the Siyne tlpne
lust l":tll and very few of the old stud-
ents have registered us yet. Just .what
the number of new students is tun no*,
be found out but it is somewhere neal'
the hundred mark up to date.
A subscription !i t is b :ig made up
ai: I :t baseball coach will probably be
down here by the first of next week.
The first call for the baseball men
was made t!i«- last of January when
('apt. Walker railed a meeting <if all of
ti" candidates. About fifty of tlx#
boys were out and all seemed anxious
to have th>' work start. The names
iiii'l positions of all of the squad were
taken and all were asked to net out for
tii« first hird practice if the weather
f.t i> ; good. From the number of np •
pllcants for the positions it looks as If
the university should be able to put out
the best team in the history of the
school. Arlo Scropgins the fielder of
t years Oklahoma City team' will
New Apparatus' for Gymnasium
has been Received—Morrill
Hrll Foundation Completed
Special to The State Capital. ,
Stillwater, Okla., Feb. 10.—The new ap-
paratus for the gymnasium has been re-
cti V.i and Will 'be placed in the new
building as soon as possible. The total
r 'st of this apparatus approximates
Allss Slosa of the piano department dur- |
*ng the week.
The chalk talk by Alton Packard was
given in the normal school auditorium
0:1 Saturday night. This whs one of the
regular numbers of the lecturo course
and was well attended.
CENTRAL STATE NORMAL
Box Supper Chief Social Event-
Slightly Incensed at Ooratori-
cal Decision at O.K. City
The engineering department Is Irony at
praatnl installing the heatlac P>""' in
i.ew «ho|> and gymnasium fcuilding. The
work 'if putting up tile wires fjr the
'Taming the Shrew" to be Given
in Lecture Course—Per-
Special to the State Cupita!
Tonkawa, Okla., Feb. lu.- The «'« 1 •
leg-- number of the lecture course mis
year will be "Taming the Shrew. The
play will "be given 011 Friday m l Sat-
urday nights, Feb. JO and t7. Tickets
may be bought at the Palace Drug
Store or from students from the 8th
to* the 17th. Seats may be reserved
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and
Friday. Those holding tickets, whether
they are course tickets or simply single
admission tickets, may draw a ^e.it
it her Friday evening or Saturday
Special to the State Capital.
Edmond, Ukla., Feb. 10—The box-
supper held at the gymnasium lust
Saturday evening, was a success finan-
,. e dally and socially. The boxes were 1 for . „ . .
r. 1 1 auctioned off, some of them bringing ! evening, but the choice one made will
transmission of light and power r. m rejnarliab|y g0od prices. The total re- |JP final; that is, those who reserve
the engine room to the building has just 1 Jpt(j amounted to |39.50. The ex- KeulH f,„- Friday night will not be
bc- ii completed within the past week, j pense8 waa praetlcally nothing. The guaranteed seats for Sfcitunlay 1 itfht
funds are to help replenish the treas- . jf (hey do not use their tick Friday
The foundation brick work of *,or^. ury of the Athletic association. nlfhf.
probably be oecured to coach the team.
The muFlr* department last night
gnve the first.of the students rc itals
fin- this year, a program of About lTi
numbers was well rendered.
The engineering department are
testing some brick ai regards ttu coin-
pref.dve and tensile stren .th* on the
new Hbelie testing machine which has
Ju.'-t been mounted.
The work of the Or< hestra at the
me.ding of the m«sona at Guthrie last
month was of «uch a el-ifs that they
tinve been asked to play at the reunion
of the Hhriners at Oklahoma City on
the 21i of this month.
lall has been Completed, and the build-
ing is now ready for the stone work.
TI,, .stone thatjs to 1>e used in'the con-
struction of the building is the Bedford,
Indiana, lime stone.
About thirty thousand feet of cotton
wood li mber l«As 'been sawed out on the
new section of college land during the
last U w weeks.
About thirty-five volumes have been
added to the chemistry department of the
library this week. These books represent
an investment of $8j.
ury of the Athletic association.
Two of our best students from the
sophomore (lass have left school for
the purpose of teaching short terms of
Mr. Kelso has been having his
meet in Allss Easter's room foi
- I eral days this week In order that they
school. They are Ethel Hall and > m|ght use the sun's rays for experl-
George Simms, the former will teach j nient work.
one of the grades of the Geary city j
schools, the latter will teach near Pauls c. L. Burkman and daughter
Valley. They Intend to return to the ]v , aI1(j Miss Myrtie Myrh k of ox-
ford. Ituna., visited classes Saturday
Some time during the current month
there is to be another contest in decla-
mation. More Interest has been
aroused this year upon this subject
than was realized at any former time.
afternoon. Miss Myrk-k is a graduate
of ;i high school and will probubly en-
roll in the Business Course for next
Mrs. C. F. Huckleberry and her bro-
,ther-in-law and his wife visited chapel
Miss Easter was called to South
Haven Monday on account of the death
of her uncle.
March. The club will sing in
of the near by towns.
The college chorus has been i'tpi-si-
ed to give all or part or the <'hrlstur.is
cantata "The Nativity" in the Coligre
Rational church Sunday evening. The
cantata a« given in#the opera l*ott«a
jutfrt before Christmas was quite n suc-
cess and owing to the many beautiful
and delightful passages which it con-
tains it would bear repeating several
Rev. Phillips of the *ChrlSl ill chut h
of Kingfisher led the chapel exercises
Wednesday morning and delivered a
Rev. Nichols of the Methodist church
add! > <* l the atudants Thur-day inom-
1.4 M \.M v" pructi* al and Inspiring
speech. The college enjoys and appre-
ciates the interest which the different
ministers of the town display In the
college. \1 though a great number of
students belong to the Congregational
church vet. as the college Is a chris-
tian institution thev feel a friendship
In all the churches and their work.
The first meeting of the Y. W. C v
held Sunday Feb. 4 As yet there is no
permanent organization but it was de-
cided that a delegate should be sent to
the Y. W. C. A. convention to be held In
Oklahoma City Feb. 22 28.
The astronomy class had a party
Thurfluy evening the purpose nf which
wax I" wat.'h and gtudy «1 " "llpse of
th moon which occurred thut nlchl.
Alt ho the class did !i"t ussemble tin-
til a late hour refreshments of a very
(delightful order were served In order
to "brighten them up for a bright study.
are chosen MIsa Maple, in addition to
those of the students mentioned last
week, will represent the Y W. C. A.
Prof. Knlpe was eelcted at the last fs« -
ultv meeting to represent that body, with
Prof. Woodward as alternate.
The territorial convention of the V. W.
(*. A. meets at okluhoma City on the
22nd of this month, its sessions lasting
through the 'Jftth At tiie last meeting ot
otu" local acsoeintion the following young
l.idies W' ie elected deleg lies Misses
8e tr y, Msgee, WUUibisod, Rbbtrts and
Miss Mildred Smith. Mi.-- Eddy will sc-
company the delegation.
The Senior class met at the home of
Mi'ss MorKan on Xhursday evening, hobl
it.g "watch meeting'' to note the eclipse.
Prof. Knips was elected at the least" fac-
present .and tho telescope, J elonging to
the first named prpfe.ssor, dal good ser-
vice In making the various phases of the
moon mure evident.
TT parliamentary Debating club held
election of officers at a recent meeting,
resulting a* follows: T. E. Bartlett,
presidtnt; Wyman <ireen, v.ice president
The team selected for the debate with
the Kansas State Normal are Sandor
Vigg. Loren Williamson and .William
Krdmsnn. They havo selected the af-
firmative side of the question submltt- d.
and will argu« in favor of municipal
ownership of street railways.
ti rough some one's <H*et^ i«n«n9 Y oopV
of tiie bv laws and regulations wrisi IokI
.. id found by an outsider. There also
are many ether old ntuhfa outside of the
1c 1 ut k fraternity who .m- inemberg of
On l't*t V • dnesday Nawina Smith,
t. 1 acr •>(' district No. 81. Kosehlll tviwn-
.<hlp, with all her pupils, paid a visit,
aad in the afternoon at. 3.l."i wo held
chapel sfcerdses, at whksh Miss
Stall 1 na\e a very interesting speech.
There was also excellently rendered the
followiing program by tho 1 . II. S.
clients for ttu>benellt of the visitors:
D111 t Avo Maria
Nllsaes f nlllcot and Jeffreys.
. Would You Tare?
M • Nellie Kllnk.
. A. the Moon Ross
J'hi and Oie Pig.
Miss Mary GtlSS.
Or a de Ventrola
Rev. Vlrtes Williams, of the Christian
church of Stillwater, talked In chapel
last Thursday. His subject was "What
] We Should Read. ' His talk was help-
, ful <is Mr. William s talks always are.
• A number of copies of edited editions
!of Pot's. Milton's and Tennyson's works
have been received at the library this
found necessary to give tnf cour.se in week. These books are for use in the
Pharmacy Physics again this term I literature classes.
although i"t is scheduled for the first _
u holastlc track and field meet will
Prof. William B. Patty is expected
here the latter part of February to give ! Miss Taggert and Prof. Lehrer nave
a demonstration of radium, liquid air and j each missed a day out of school dur-
w.'reh ss tel. uruphy. The lecture Is being ; |ng the week, in consequence of poor
looked forward to with much Interest I health.
by the engineering students and others *
especially interested In modem science. The photographer was around W.cd., Mabel and Lena ( hanman are Da K
Prof patty is one | nesduy getting views of the labor.ito-1 from their California trii .md ha\
ries, musa -rooms, president's office, |
manual training and model rooms, etc.. i
These are designed to embellish the
school catalogue. j quit'
Ed Klein a senior went to Kansas I
recently to attend the marriage of his
sister. * •
the end of the first semester
. Bar promised his first year
lass that their examination
unsist of the writing the full
!or It is known that I.
of tlf be^t •lecturers on the platform
along this line of work.
The enrollment In the Pharmacy de-
taken up their work again.
Mrs. F >t sythe came over from Drum-
mond Saturday nnd surprised Ray
completely. Hhe visited chupel
•lasses during the day.
Mrs. Blosser, of Warsaw. Indiana,
visited Masses Saturday.
The Lyceums are following the ex-
ample of the Pioneers in taking steps
for the adoption of a new constitution.
tie sent out to the different high schools
sometime this month so that the list
cf entries will be in ln'time for the coin
xnlttee to make arrangements so that
the meet will go off as fast as possible.
On Tuesday afternoon the Junior
class held the semi-annual ele tion and
a ticket consisting entirely of young
ladles went through. Some of the boys
that they have been slighted and
that this will only strengthen the WO-
1111 ns suffrage party, but the majority
ppt m to be of the opinion that the girls
•will be more successful as officers than
the boys have been.
The arrangement for the dual track
wet with the University of Kansas
are almost complete and it will with-
out a doubt lie held on the oval here on
the fourth of May Just one week be-
fore the territorial and two we-ks be-
tf« re the sauthwestern meet, whl' h will
fop held In Okluhoma City on the ISth
end 19th of May.
The observations which the class in
astronomy took during the e lipse on
Friday morning wer* not accurate
enough to he of much value but still
they figured out values that were only
olT a few minutes from exact ones
taken from the Nautical almanac.
Dr. Boyd left yesterday for Tonkawa
* to visit the University Preparatory
Bchool at that place. List night the
faculty and students were to give a re-
< option and today he was to make an
Inspection of the grounds and buildings
of the school.
On last Friday the Y. M. C. A. nnd
T W. C. A. gave the annual reception
g of the second semester
All of the new students
■re out and a J.a.d lline i' had by,
as they became acquainted.
nt the tygin
of the year
on one ot the evenings this week Kta
llcta PI sorority and the V. Z V. wlal
club gave 11 Joint feast and social. All
C.r the girls seemed to think that It was
one of the most successful that they
have ever given.
Assistant Instructor Bone Give
Historical Sketch of Oklahoma
—Miss Wilbur's Reception
Weatherford, Okla., Feb. 10.—Mr. Bone,
assistant instructor in the department of
mathematics. In his chapel talks during
the week has been giving in detail a his-
torical sketch of the development of the
Territory of Oklahoma. He has gathered
his Information very carefully and from
a great number of pources. His talks
have been very instructive and entertain-
ing as it is a field that no one else has
so far touched upon in talks to the as-
On Thursday afternoon a reception was
given at Mrs. Wllber's by the members
T. W. C. A. In honor of Miss
Winnifred White of Oklahoma City. Miss
White was formally president of the col-
lege division of the Y. W. C. A. here.
Ehi' 13 here now on a visit, having come
over to attend tho society contest.
Miss Bessie Hodges, president of the
Y. W. C. A., will b« *ent as delegate uy
the association to Nashville, Tenn . on
February 28. The Y- M. C. A. send as
their delegates, Mr. Chas. Hartman and
M.v Horras Oonley.
In the soolety contest o? Inst Friday
.•lght the Athenians won and thus hold
tho cup for another year
Senator Thacker of Mangum, who pa«
lure, as n judge In the contest, visited
the normal school for several days dur-
ing the past week.
Superintendent of City Schools Fred
11 * well of HI Reno, tame over Frida>
and ac ted as a Judge as tho contest. The
third j idge was Miss Lula Eddy of the
kindergarten department at Alv
their annual election of officers. Mr
E. M. Castleberry was re-elected presi-
dent. and Miss Laura Leonard was
Mrs Meacham of Henrietta has been
In Edmond, during the past week, visit
ing her two daughters, who. for several
years past, have been students in this
The basket ball game between the j
Blackwell High School team and the'
l". 1'. S. tenn on last Saturday resulted
In a victory for our boys by a score of i
The Orotorlcai association have held s to 4
The game with the. Billings team at:
Billings on Tuesday did not show up
fo well, as our team was beaten by
a score of 17 to 2. This game was
played indoors «nd on a very small
ground so that tho boys were at con-
siderable of a disadvantage.
The Athenians gave n very strong
program at their open ses ion Saturday
afternoon: the debate being especial-
ly good. In the evening the Ferguson-
ians gave their op n s-s^lon in the
chapel. The room was filled nnd ev-
mry one felt repaid for going. The
conjugation of the Greek verb. The
class was divided as nearly as possible
into two divisions and Prof. IWiar
pj mlsed further that ttte . division
•vhich made the le-st number of mis-
. ,u. . n i I ng h* vert* would be n-
w tr ied All,the pipers were good and
alt ho no papers were perfect the mis-
takes made were nearly all very slight.
Thp vii di Ion won by a nw "
f, J, Hon 11 1 C .oh mem! er of that divi-
sion received a prettily bound book of
some standard author.
Students Hear Explanations of
Prof. Meier and Take Great
Interest in Lunar ticlipse
Special to The State Capital.
Aha. «>kla . Feb. 10 The Science - lub
held a special meeting on Thursday af-
tcrnoon of tho 8th. to llstrn to la talk
on lunar eclipses. In order tl.nt the res-
First Human Thermometers.
Prott • much ev*i v one has had occasion
some time or other to handle, «r at leaet
see. the modern dlnBcal thermometer
used by physicians for finding tho tem-
perature ot their patltne®' too«lleH. It
is In Its rase somewhat smaller than an
ordinary stylographto ptn. The following
description of the flrsMdlnical thermom-
Vi. ra used In the lUMnbuigh hospitals
forty years ago -waa recently given by
j Sir Lander Brunton. "The uso of ttia
ni' ii vrunni
ti II 111 jtnUULIduced i • i:^l.nd by tho late Profess-
or Aitken, of Netley, nnd the clinical
wards of tlie P.oyal Infirmary nt Edin-
burgh. being e^t apart specially for the
mstm tion of university students, w*re
provided with two of these thermometers.
To the best of my knowledgo there were
onlv two In Edinburgh, ptrtiaps In Scot-
land. One waa bent and the other was
straight', both were betwenn a foot and
eighteen Inches long, and 1 used to walk
proudly about the ward with them con-
tained In something resembling an ordin-
al v 'gun case under my arm. But each
observation required about ten minutes,
so that the number it was pos«lbl* to
Lady Members of Faculty Have
an "Old Maid's Club," Object
The basket ball girls are out every
evening practicing. It is said they have
Improved wonderfully since .Mis* Allison
has taken T'rof. Green's .place as coa^-h.
It Is rumored that one of the brunette j
lady members of the fa< ulty i* to be a
June bride. Hero's to the unfortunate
Maud Marshall, member of the
class qultua.tees, Ls sick at her hon
West Guthrie with tousolltis.
The senior squabblo over the class
blem resulted in about one-tlHrd <>f the
class getting pins and two-thirds of th« m
getting rings It's a shame tnat the
whole t lass could not agree on the same
Miss Bosworth, formerly county f
Intendent here, ibut for several je
resident of Old Mexico, paid u« u
Friday and at chapel g«\
nake during a visit was very limited/*
i -t i
Where the Health
Three widely varying springs at French
Lick and Four aj Went Baden, within
II radii! of one mile, possess remedial
nnd madlclnal values world renowned
About '200 Edmondites went down to
Oklahoma City last Monday to attend
the contest in debate between Kpworth
University and Central Normal, of
ourse thg public have been Informed ,
of the results. Kpworth won the de- | Adelphians will give t oir
riswin of the Judges; although Edmond; pjon program next Saiurtlay
seemed to w.n the verdict of the audi- <
ence judging from the amount of ap-
plausa awarded .to our speakers
Practically our boys won the decision
of the judges; since two out of three
of* them reported grades that placed
this school in the lead, but.thp third
Judge by severely grading one of our
appakers. and allowing virtually no-
thing for his argument, threw the bal-
ance against § us. Edmond has no
"ki' k" against Kpworth rniversity.
Our people received courteous treat-
nient an ! pnt/' tain nothing hut the
most cordial feelings for that institu-
tion. Neither can we criticise the de-
cision of the Judges, as a body, the ma-
jority Of them having reported favor-
ably to this school. To put the matter
tersplv 'up lost out on a tehnhallty
bv virtue of which, the minority of the
committee of JudRe. occasionally are
able to set aside the opinions and pre-
ferences of the majority. The fact Is
there are many thronnhtfnl persons
Who believe that the prevalent .method
of deciding Inter-oolleglate contests In
•oratory, debates, etc. by a system of
Er.illng Is radically wrong: and that
the only method that can be absolutely
fair Is to Rive each lodge upon s,.ch
bo mis one vote for cnh ■ "nt .
"VPS" or a "no' and let the majority of
votes cast decidp.
ITC'st de'it. class in Hlble studv
Zl; Saturday morning — —
Boys' Cj!cc Cluh ill Moke b
Concert Trip-in Spring to
all Nearby Towns
Special to the Htatc rapltal.
Kingfisher, Okla., Feb. 10—The work
of putting steam heat In the Osgood
Hall has bpeti rapidly pushed to com-
pletion. Everything i* In good work-
ing order; all the stoves and coal pails
have been put out of sight and the girls
of the hall now enjoy the warmth oi
their rooms without thf disagreeable
task of building fires on cold mornings
Storm doom have been put on the
building and general improvement*
made for the c-omfort and welfare of its
The boy's Glee Club Is having dally
rehearsals in preparation for a concert
trip which is to be made during spring
jtion which comes the last week of
STOMACH, LIVER. KIDNEY AND
BOWEL AFFECTIONS. Inflammation
of the bile ducts, by stimulating the
•y circiriatlon. preventing stagna-
modtfylng catarrhal conditions,
est ions and a number of chronic
• lesions reputed incurable *
PLUTO Spring Water In ii natural diur-
etic and positive cure for chronic ail-
ments of stomach', liver, kidneys and
PROSERPINE AND BOWELS Spr ■ y l- a
furtilMi the milder water". Ideal for the
jess severe oases. He. ause < f its bene*
fl. iai action on the skin. roserplne
i the beauty spring.
AND 5 have their
SRINGS NOS. 1, 3
special lleld In cus
: acid, albu-
, nervous de-
SPRING NO. 7 I
time of the woi
al ecllnse which
red that nighl
■ ,i •] .rtojny
I In k
lu-t if In lari
the football und
ind his loss to ti
felt very much.
nient work of
■ l the
b< ing liked
nnd to make
I,eld an extra
L« safety in numl
Itv to d
d out almost
ill in tK
K I 11G
f the Eocene and
qr.tD spu J° J
hall married, two J
timely gift ac
FRANK J. REED
The Monon Route
200 Custom House Place
oncei n< d
i for use in all casea in
.. alkaline, sulphated saline waters
indicated; as a euro for habitual
itlpatlon, biliousness, dyspepeia due
alcohol or other causes. Pluggish
the liver, gall stones. catarrh-
e Wonderful French Uck—West
i Hprint" are located in the high-
of Southern Indiana, on the
a < ssible from all points. Palat-
r telf* and excellent aceummoda-
of every cI;t 9 await the health
l. •. ,itm of all klnda nboui.tl
Railroad and Hate]
detailed medical facts
rimeni « - /*•««. • •••' every e ... n n'^hielc
spent a few days with her friend, Miss him nt his recitallon r . ■ ^
V.ooinun. . • 'V I he"' . lotion of his >er-
___ I showed t nei i .
Ml«i Cassle Shoun of Mangum visited vices by presenting inn
Mua text -books used in class.
set of the
| editor of the
Davis, our Jan-
GIVES QUICK RELIEF
MAKES A PERMANENT CURE
•'S DROPS" h an Internal and eiternal remedy.
Aoplled externally it gives quick r-'llef Ui
fercr. while a cure is being effected by ita use in-
"HI'IB °.viw;'u" Wo '.M "•"
leouldMlhOT trom mdlMl f d no,hln« th.t
;.t;Mi "<*•"">,1 rr''"
ft In n,j rk"""'1™
— - — —
I my pr*cUi "
;-',:DROP5" cure, RHeu^.tlstn^
h" Vhe' Et«l ScrotuU and Other Klmlred Diseases.
1 43) 160 Lake 51 Chicago
! nor, Is now visiting frien.ls In bMinond
jinrl will perhaps remain several weeks.
I Durno, the niaei. lan. will he with us
! .his Saturday evening the 10th. Our
people are eupe.'ting a treat.
! Preside't 1'mholta delivered in ad-
dress Krl'lay moruin? before Hie stud-
ents on the need nt "bridling the un-
I ruly member"
1 Mid-terra examinations thi? cominp
t dee« dey mean by 'fads' in de
readin'. wHtln' 'rlthmetle
hi- i "• grammar an' all dem kin*
The New School
Saturday Evening 1
doctors used to bleed mankind
av< i v 1^ that they could 'fhwi
When Women Suffer
It Is a sign oi dangerous weakness and disease. Pain isa^a^unruitur^..
nnd If you are a victim oi headache, backache, stdeache, pain InJTrra.
shoulders, legs, pelvis, or suffer from cramps, falling feelings,
pains, restlessness, the blues, etc.", It Is a sign that you need the gentle-
assistance which can be obtained by taking
WRITE US FREELY
"bleed' the pockethook Instead.
and frankly, In strictest confidence, telling all your
troubles, and statin* your «r.e. We *.11 wnd \ou
FREE ADVICE. In I1 lain seal'J envelope, an I a \ n-
uatile book on "Home Treatment tor Woiiot."
A.lJr.'ss' Ladies' Advisory Department, The
Chattanooga Modldne Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. ^ ^
"My back ached every month" write., Mr., Francis J. Ad,bum of Clarkrange Tem
"till I could scwcely stand en my feet I had pain l.v down and headache --not a day
matil'oirgam/and by strengthening and (ittin| them to do their natural work, 11 has re-
stored to health thousand:, of hopele.v. invalids. Try It.
:rea to noaiui uiuua-nvw ■ i
At Every Dru$ Store In $1.00 Bottles
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Greer, Frank H. The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 258, Ed. 2 Sunday, February 11, 1906, newspaper, February 11, 1906; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc126029/m1/3/: accessed May 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.