The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 267, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 5, 1910 Page: 4 of 8
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LIBRARIES IN COUNTRY SCHOOLS.
A subjet lu winch the farmers inigin well give|
their attention is tliut ot securing tor their cimdren,
pupils m the township schools, larger facilities iu
the way of libraries.
These schools have made tremendous progress
during the past decade in the matter of housing, in
courses of stud.v, in teaching equipment.
But thev will still lack hooks.
Each school should he provided with a library of
several hundred volumes of the best literature, se-
lected by the teachers iiud as freely accessible as
the contents of our Guthrie library are to the pupils
of the city schools.
Jt is not enough that the boy or girl should be
privileged to take books from some public libnu\
here or i:i one of the smaller towns.
The books should be brought directly into the|
schools for dailj and hourly use.
THE OKLAHOMA STATE CAPITAL. SATURDAY M0Pv'ING. MARCH 5. 1910
AN OPEN LETTER
VETERAN JUSTICE OF PEACE
PAIS 1 TKIBUTE
TO CONFEDERATE S MEMORY
Former Governor Crawford of
Kansas Would Placo Grant and
Lee Side by Side Stands in
Statuary Hall and Discusses
Merit of Confederate Leader.
BOLD. DISHONEST SCHEME
i i *
WASHINGTON, March i—Samuel
J. Crawford, former governor of
Kansas, thinks th* statue of (I«n-
eral Ulyases 3. Grant sh u d be
plat ed In Statuary Hall in the
Held to Violate Constitution of t
placed in matuary nan •« i"
linited States. Enabling Act of i capitoi alongside that . ; o«n*rui
.... _ , - T 1 + lt>l ert E. l.ei Crawford «
Oklahoma, Declaration of In
book for daily and hourly um. | u* t Mawm* before un .u> « .1*
The interests of public education demand a liberal j dependence and Every Just Law, + o,„o, <
. .. r... of God and Man. t • *rtai
FOREIGN REPRtSTNTATIVES—N M Sheffield. Spe-
cial Ar-nrv. U. F Eur"" Build n*. Chlraro; Tribune
Bldg.. Now York.
furnishmonts of books, even for desks.
There is 110 better stimulus to study than daily
contact and acquaintance with the standard authors,
whether in th. Held of poetry or history or fiction
The farmer's sons and daughters are entitled to
TO SUBSCRIBERS Th. «ddre„ lal'.l on your [>«por «lves
the date vour iiubucrtptlon expiree. When a remittance l
made your lnhtf thould be i-hanir«l within ten lay.. The
label «tand your receipt If It Is not efiangod write u. at
nn-e. In ..kin* for ehanire of poatofflee alway. rire old as
well as new aldr.sa. If you want th. paper atoppe.1. write
us to that effoet. otherwise we will take It that you want tho
paper continue* and that yon will pay for It at tha regular
j f • f the great Confederate.
■f "I fouglu on the other side.'* n<-
I -J. *ald, and fought as hard as I
' f knew how, and was in r.etriy ai
• An met carrying Into effect pn.vl.10ns * 'IT. having been conn, ted with
relating to the Initiative .ind referendum \ i th. seventh army corps. 1 feel
pressing th. m.thod | ^ll, ££ Etu*
The farmers sons ana u.u*u«r « uT^titution * «h t he t. «Mng would critter
tins advantage, along with the other means that ha proposition., and prescribing the m'thoi *
niployetl in recent years to put their schools j of appeai from petitions ti ed, or from i *
upon an ''tinal plane w ith the city schools.
been emptujeu m «rui r— i—
schools. i th# 1)811101 tltle repea ing sections o. *
^P . ii- .l... J aiui 16 of Article l. C apt'r 44. of the!*
We oan hark back to the sixties, iu liuliana. wneni^ ^ n Law, of oklahoma. *
very township did have a small but most excellent
Alld we can see no reasou nu\ tuo — the sute by adding to the Qualification- *
. , ,1. VIl lt. Oklahoma It was of the' of the ejectors of the state what is known t
not now be taken up in UKlanoma I , th< Grandfather Cause. which 1. m
utmost value to the pupiU of that pt ^ • , 5Ut,M.|n,.e as follows-.
„ tha av«tt>m was discontinued. | That no person whose grandfathe
Senate Bill No. 61 has been
r ri. ......... . ^ ^ ^ purpose of a;
library of >taudard w-rks. provided b> ttu siai
tempting to amend the constitution
and we can see no reason why the old idea should
.11111 ««.* . j ) ■ ni'l.homA when-! was a slave shai' be entitled to vote
But the plan can be adopted in Uktanoma nea i ^ ^
■ver the people of townships insist upon it and liiaKC
1 __ .. -I. ♦!. 1., rialot.kfC
tivr* i«' — 1 -
an organized effort to get it through their legislators
Chrrrfii'.nrt* is a thing to be mort profoundly
pratriul for than all that ,jemus ntr tn*l red or
talrnt ntr acfomplithfd. Stri brtt to natural.
ipontaneiK* rhftrinw t« lifliberatf. intrriii-- ' inti
p.-nrist-nt ch<mnr*s. which r< (« rr,-<if.-. ciin
tiratr i i"<"'i ' <lfr c>ui <~hrri#h thiit 1 ■
thf world ti" nevtr tuspfct that it ■ - not
(in hereditary qiU.
—Helen Hunt Jacl-ton.
Be jolly, but don't be a jollier.
Very singular that men will lead double lives.
It is s talent given to few to look really interest d
when one is bored to death.
Now our National capital has sot the roller skat-
iii£ ra . and even foreign diplomats are riutv.nc
LITTLE STARTS A RUMOR
It takes little to start a political rumor.
The other day Col. Roosevelt cabled his
' icss to accept "a public reception on his return to j ..Am, l0 p^vije t.r the violation of th I*
j America, and to the cablegram he added these in Le. I*
words: .. And t# annul and violate paragrar ir
• i . kk " Th-it is * little thiUii upon which t U>cob4 Qm tM^iaUo ot taiaiiaudtana f
See Loeb. I Hat Is a llliu .u.ug I -Ani to unl and vlotaW Article IS of *
base a prophecy that \N m. Loeb. Jr.. Will Lk uu ^ .onsUtution of the United States 4-
publican candidate for governor of New York m,f America. H* If
the next campaign, but that is the basis of the re- And to annul. revoKe and *.*«. t
jxirt which is c-aining currency among those inter-
ested in political matters.
If Mr. l<oeb were to care to leave his important
Federal position as collector of the customs for the'2nil p,„tr ,he de -:rattc party of th
port of New York, where he has already been un-j-c„u~ .. -
usually successful and has done the country great ^ J. not lhow lh# intent ot the iegi..a
service in the exixvsure of the sugar frauds, to en-),Ure in pawing thu aw
ter more active politics and become the standard' Th* 1 1 hl
bearer of his party in the state, it does not tal;
the placing of Lee s statue in this
ha 1 of fame. He km a magnLV
cent snidler and a great man—a
historical character. If Robert E.
I.ee had remained loyal to the
union instead of going with the
state of Virginia, whi.h he loved,
I frankly believe he would have
b-;en tho commanding general of
the union forces within three
months. Certainly he would have
made a major general within 30
day*, and would have speed:.y
worked his way to the top.
' I for one am g ad to see his
statue here, lt is a beautiful
piece of work and, I dare say, wi I
attract more attention than the
statue of any othr man In this
Valhalla. To my mind it i
much more striking piece of work
than the famous statu* of George
Washington which stands beside
It. It would please me to see a
statue of General Grant placed be-
side this bronse reproduction of
Quite a knot of people gathered
as Crawford was sp*a . ng
Among them was a man who said
be lost a brother In Pickett s
famous charge at Gettysburg. The
^ ..""of ^^phTof IS brother w . Confederate, .nd
Act of Oklahoma. I* dlM
-And to amend Article 3 of Section
of the constitution of Oklahoma.
A Guarantee of UgM, Sweet,
Pure, Wholesome Food
Tr.e enacting c a >• of Senate Bill Xs
61*does n 't «et forth the t ject and intent
of said law, and in order that the people
of this state should to some extent it
least know the Intent of this law. tner
should be added to the enacting clause
• i h * wiliin-r-llhe lo: ov%;n* to"wlt
aoiea nis \miuu3 j some adi>ed paragrphs
w ritten in a statute that sooner '>r iater
■J" j as not brought to its authors infam.
i disgrace and loss of power and influerce.
* Tbe possibilities of Oklahoma are nr t
' circumscribed by any bounds if wise y
t governed under Just and sane laws. The
Sometimes they say He is a man of affairs, be "vo ^ s;,i, ,ha, hp wout(i m08, likely lea
cause he is always interfering m other folks affairs - ^ 1 (o vU.,or>
The reasons why 1 have
G1VE8 REASONS WHY
First. Leviticus, chapter X. \erse :■*,
.«>-•: 'IToclaim liberty throughout 1
i itis pari. IU ..VI.-.... the l nd and unto all the Inhabitant.
. . .. . ,. . uvh would have the lwwerful backinji of the ad thereof. our tat.,er* m. HbeJ th..«
The expenses of the needless session of the legis- t"< t> * i <w.i on oia 1 j'-en
lature w 11 a > ul e,,u l those of the money-mad legis- ministrat on and of < o Roosevelt
He has demonstrated his abilit
he would be a worthy successor to the
worthy and highly esteemed governor of the Em
— -- ♦
I now .tanil. at InJepenJence liah and , T
aivl w ithout doubt | ^ asy in history the Meca Of [t
_ i sftor the South Pole and gvt abus. u
j.■! .. r:\sis jealous of h's a omp >hment>. ; re st.ite
lor his rains! ~
* IT S01TND5D GOOD
A woman has been licensed as au air pilot by the Representative Marfo Dies of the Texas dclepi-
1 .ench Aero Club, ibis woman s sphere appears tu 5n <\^ ornjmentcd a spee<-h a few da)
be the atir. sphere. e0 with quotations from Montesquieu, de Toeque
ville. Theodore Roosevelt, James Bryce
11>i 11:<• s and Marcus Aurelius.
He also bade defiance to the spoilators of th
"1 do not possess those rare gifts of wisdom
and eloquence with which some men are capable
of endowing their country." he said, "but such
ahilit\ as I do p ;ind such its I may ac-
quire by perseverance, study, and contact with
learned men. I shall consecrate to the holy and
righteous cause of free covernntent. This is my
country . this Capitol is the citadel of my liber-
t'.s, out \onder in Statuary 11 ,11 1 have looked
with affectionate admiration into the marble
faces of the nation's patriotic dead, and while
1 live and occupy a s, at in this chamber no man's
derisiou. and no mail's power shall make me
ashamed or afraid to combat the wrong, to de-
fend the right."
This southerner ap
plauded the words of Crawford
and declared that L*e was one of
the gr atest characters f i.ist r>
He agreed with Crawford that
Confederate doubtless w.uld ve
been commander in chief of the
union forces had he cast : :s lot
with the north. He then said he
not only hoped that a statue of
General Grant woutl be Blao«d
beilde that of Le«- but eapressei
the hope that the memory ot Gen-
eral stonewall J.i -1 ? n eht
be honored by having r.is liaeneoa
In bronae placed near by.
Crawford .mlled at this and fa-..1
he wti afraid they might «<-t ««
•is' t'.rs .ilta'.n It too :r,.ny : r«
of the opposing .-de. were p.accd
i t i t
The degree of excitement a girl manifests when aj
tior >' .- hoy br.:i."s a b >x of \ .oleta is regulated by
the name on Uie inclosed ard.
fit value of exports to the I'nitevl States from]
the ceu> . ;-r -'.r is ■ : Fran shows au in
1909 of #42,916.450. over 19t>8.
Tiie ar • ■.iani-s s\y st > imp ssible to delivci
any more ears en new ord- rs before the middle of
next summer, on ount of orders already booked.
To the lawmakers r—Keep on making appropria-
tions. the [• >} i s; ally the t.«x payers want their
money s; nt tr- • iy—as w . ii.s. ivered in Novem-
lireseu' e'.er'v lover o! 11 ertv in the wor.d The
foundation of liberty In this country :•
the untramnieled right of franchise ^n
this law .et-'KS and is designed to pav
tiie way for impairing that right. j
Second. The second paragruph of t ' —
DeclaraU6n of Independence says -We 4o ani *1
hold the.' truths to be self .videm. t- " our ,nd caul
all men are created equali they -re er filenct wktch will «rl°
dowed by their Creator with c rtain uc ...I.n of .t-e
alienable rights that among t - ^ (4r e^-5 inta
tt.f,. lit. llbcftv and the pursuit of haprmea. "
1 rffessor | ^ to t l,„ rig,lU ^-emmen.., Taylor aw with
I are institute.! an.ong men. deriving their father addition cos.
Just power, from the consent of the gov. Jlite ot Keiuuci.
erned. etc "
TAKE? A WAV LIBBRTY
The proposed amendment takes asray
the iibert> of til* pe> p'.e ard
. * m k .s > •
odium and want of confidence tliat a
grandfather law will Inevitably bring
upon our state cannot be measured or
told in words, and if it escapes the
court?, which is not probable, the ad-
vantages of power which It might pos-
sibly bring to its enactors will only !>e
temporary. It is an unlawful act to-
ward the negro, and vio ates our irrevo-
cable. sworn compact with the United
State*, and the civilised word can inJ
will say Oklahoma is not honorable or
If this state can violate the irrevocable
Enabling Act by which we became
state, in regard to the clause relating
to franchise, lt a® revoke, annul and set
aside any or all other clauses of that
act: and an Enabling Act becomes
^ ! farce
* IS NOT CONSISTENT
^ j I read in the press a short time since
t I tl-at the Sons of Washington of this star
i - d sought to fie i:h the se nary o
*1 state a petition asking for the submis-
I" ' n v, ; P pe.ip e of the state the q
. n f •«'" license and local option
^ . : .r go-, ei- .r -formed rem
* -. . . t. ques . ns. ^ n ! the pe'ition
| were signed by the requisite number o
J! electors and in form, they could not b
* submitted. ' r "• MM that the En
^ ! ..Wing A t male app- '
. cm part of the state, and li-.t in res. ;
vatiors prohibited t:v sale of lnt<>xicai
not au at^oiutely sure sifn your girl lov
Vv;u Lio ion. r when she sends your letters baok. It
si.e rv.H y : •. y . >:;e wouid keep them to read
10 her friends.
A New Y
veart for n
lit ! he -
\\ Uld v?
, initiative and referend.:m claus
| ideclaration of Independence Ita icastsed
f 1$. of th<i
proposed • grand
the g ernor of :
'.ife ani elevted
republican go«e;:ior in t.iat o\ -
l„gl>- democratic siale
U t it is oi may t>e contended t -at
■■grandlather" « « !*!
atitutivn. which t: ;s "lw •* rr-i- -'-1
«.ure. lias been passed in «^ue o. ;
sou-.t.ein atate.. That i« true, and .
violate ■ lnough they hid ti.-.' p'aus:. ( ex
some persons, that they wr* '
to do so to protect thems*lv«a f" t
law proposes to
constitution of the Unit
^ _ V is as follows
"s '. n 1 TI-© rights of citiiens or ■ ov«rHhelnui.g n-m >
the United Statf< _to vote shall not be | iboS« states e^en
denied or abridged by the I'nlted States . ifcgis '.ion has *b v.ut
or by any state on account of race, color destro>ed the Ich .en <
tjose s:ates in tbe «
ton. and for nearly a
entevl t- e r.a ..c of
. jitlon of servitude
by deception and trlcker
abridge the right of suf-
| Fourth. It v > ates. annuls and re
j vokes the Enabling Act of the state o
I Oklahoma Paracraph < of sectiv>n $ o
•he Kr.aMlnf Act of Oklah na Is as fo
I SE IX
.as no su
sentenced hold-up man to 12
• . of h!l eents. At this rnti
four dollars the seutenc
t> ink m c
is i ead.
inp a i
.in >.,«r.eh"tv srets a lot of comfort out of
of V: \v u.u.-h >! will be missed after s!u
if fold comfort, eh?
"Ki>*;ii(f is overiione." ileela >s woman fron
Boston, who probably prefers a half-baked one
Joseph 11 t'hoate -tvs that when he saw the bat
tond hulk of the Maine in the harlior of Havana t:u
he ■ eo-.id not help thinking that it was by n> means ;
credit ible to ourselves or to our p>vernment t • ' h
leave it lying there " It isn't creditable; it is dis- and a. I
tineUy discreditable. tVncres* seems determined j ,
to ff-get the Maine and the men who went dow.il our governor,
with her, and t'ougress snould b. ashamed of it>e!f , ''
*r abrldgin* the
on account of race, co o
cindi ion f servitude
r enact anv
the r.ght of
ro'or or pr ?
i ra e dv>m
.e the s '
nates, tr.d if
s state Irrevoci
not be revoked,
ircn t <
rho was me of the "
forcible members of t
..«•-• • • to xe a?
TT . . • .• • , if a Kill ininHluetHl in the N«f York Legislmure Kor#rBOr Cf our state, if there are i
argument on administration railroad 11 a . . .
\v s,.] -i I'ronin be <niles a law some one will nn.i «ra - ^ ^ f
Jd seeui thgt the if vernor favors ra * 1 Ul , „ - tV t.
, ,, 4 Lmnlovin.Mil at $3,000 a year as commissioner for tnej.
*- to the question of collecting any taxe> > A •
o ■ «a.a .v ,..V .. -a . a a.
a! all by putting the projx^s.tion into the courts a f- w
>imilar to that of a similar
t C>kl;iho!i'.a The t!ll provides that it shall
duty f the . omnus> oner to keep 1 Jits of th
has been living in this Country for unemployed, to try to find employment for them, and
■■li'll for naturalixation papers In in his discretion pay their expenses to places where
■tated confidently Jluit theithere is promise of work for them The measure ha
.t the support of the Stale Federation of Labor.
Has tio\eruor Haskell -oiispired to k 11 off the
, I Hoard of IVo.' • Affairs th- ani he publicly sa .
,i w.s* , right wh-n re ntly thi press of the state,
1 would b. i> a way w th a< i-'oa as me
ature eonveneil' The action of the democrat-
iti, . i it - that the governor's fin-
ng u it-r cover Kls- why did.
n as t.i the V^ard '
way for the
intended; that If
o-th on these and
■ questions become the tail end
6 ernmeat? Wul * r have ar. p
' lafluence In our nattonai cou'
v^aiioma g .ng to say we ar
K -• j;- .'. .n.y r.<
ser.tatives to the c r.gress f the
States whether they ohta:* any
n for us or not' Don t we want
t e name of some Oklahoman on
! ttonal ticket during the next half «
that we* una' are
nf his many word*
lar'v applicable to t
First 'I have r
r^itleallv that did
n to his wt^rds of
of h'« I. a se.i
« ' ensure -\t\d
res and I (ran'
w cltlier.s a t w
• - partial*
pr p sed aw
;r ad a fee.?r>g.
t spring f*om tne
lied in the De^U
cy f p:
t fri -
Von t this law cou;
has no higher
v *re green anil white. Kve
u. ght be a desirable eitiseu.
F r th- ' - rporat n t' !itmisM<m JSO.Ot"
for the attorney p-neral t30.tH.MU10 is not such
s: ail an1 int to have to spend a> one might think
best. But why ear*—it> the tax payers u.oiu> andjle
they cannot help themselvea, now. • 1
• - ;• ...
Apr ar*': ti v the * i of imports <>f eoii.ri ni • - \!o , u
t . . 1 ti • -i >' •-• > sv!l r 'ng Returns frc . *•
p, rt of New York f n -n-han-i .• adnrf d d r.rg 1 " r
Janury. 1910. had a total value of nearly ISQ.000.- Lnwkr in
0>«V '• i ' th - -1*"' .ii Januan. 1 - V, an . - s h- it.
witi ? W in lSMSc ji. -i to ti
than t is?
right of s
affrage of it
1 wis: not be
ttoa to Bill
of aa:d h' • «
a . persons
to strike o
tlMoagh all the
nt with a BL
or the amen
.\ boomerang :
Sment to eur
the nation and
>rperity to F'eid ty
pstthll«hed tho e self
that wh n In the future
ne faction so*ne Interest
:'-e doc*rine that none but
but white men or Dt
<ti white men were *ntltiet
ard the pursuit of hap-
sterity might look up
^ aratt n of Independence
■are to renew the battle
there began, so that truth
merry and all the human*
virtues might not be ex
lhe Uistiuguisnina res-ore l .
OiomuUion is its CL'RATIVS
QUALITY. Which Ail CtKer
fair chance in the race of life."
Seventh. "One poor man. colored
though he be. with God on his aide, is
stronger* than the hosts of the rebellion.
The above are a few of the many wise
and Just sayings of the Immortal Lin-
coln, and if he were here among u« to-
day, he would tell the citizens of Okla-
homa, tliat these Quotations were m
point and directly applicable to Senate
Lil- 61 and the proposed "grandfather"
amendment to our constitution, and that
said laws were In violation of the fun-
damental laws and principles of the gov-
ernment, in violation of our pilghtei
oaths to never revoke the Enabling A
and that nothing but want of confidence
and disaster to us as a state can resui;
from its enactment.
LAMP OF EXPERIENCE.
I do not remember the name of tin
author, but 1 can never forget theso
*1 have no lamp by which my f«st
are guided except the lamp of 'i-
Would it not be wisdom for uk. -
homa and her statesmen to stop a d
think, and thinking carefully, take i
retrospective as well as a prospectus
view of acts and laws?
If oklahoma can annul, violate and «<*.
aside the Enabling Act, can t th* g
. rnn ent of the United States set a-^.'.ie
and annul the provisions binding the ^ • -
ernment? It certainly couid.
A compact made by parties when •-
lated and annuied by one releases t'ae
other. Why seek the unenviable noio-
rlety whfcfc such legislation :s sure .
o ••us? If a majority of the people
ihoma believe in the principles of tho
democratic party, which by word h . -
aids Itself in every election as the pa:
f the people, for the people and by th-
peop e then and in that event tliat party
should rule in Ok ahoma. but no party
*ho.. i nils in Oklahoma or in any st "•
of this union which attempts to violate
the right of even the humblest citizen
of our state.
Sincerely hoping that the people
of the state may rise superior tc
and overcome the woeful influence of
• a. - a *i - - eli .« ;« ..r.tained"In Ser.. ;1
Bi ; C th* grandfather' amendment to
rr T-«tl. -ion i 8m sti an optiraisuc
T. H. SOWABD.
Rich in Cod Liver Oil
is your blood thin and
are your nerves un-
imit and clrcum.
*er. and often
n a white man
1 Haskell do not airree—Haakell says
«• . -i d terrr i ti « ■ o-.mts. Lawl-r
thma of the kind. One of the two i>--
time honored and 1
>ur ho rest father*
linst the Amend me
INTEN*DET TO PEOF.1V1
I U It i
cQ mark nt
nd tske adva
england once tried r*
Our forefathers wouVl not stand
from Eng and and England st a
that was laying her gc d- n eggs
Se " ma le it o ~- "■ A
ham Lincoln to prvdaim the deav?.-.
of siaver> ar.d the soath sa r \
treasure M*>od ar^l heafta h s In .
tl*t never can be told on accowit of
_st l « i
No unjust or oppr^ssi^e ^w *s
> \- k v.rU: d start n [Co WS fWrl
Car \ j go through the wh ti of s
strenuous day without fee ng a total
sense of collapse at the end of the day?
If this Is your condition.
It is Nature's Warning.
\ . ;:r worn-out system and roor Mod
evl a stimulant to assist them. Every*
body should have
Good, Live, Vigorour Blood.
For ti e crcativ. f pure, rich bio d.
i tissue and nerve food, a mental ex*
fiUsrant n pr- entlve against the nu*
merous dlseises that fle#h Is heir to.
Ozomultion Stand* Pre-emineni
phys'.clur-* • * t-e world pres.-r e
• ause f -.ts three essential q ai-
Oromutslon is known, recommendel
and sold by worthy druggists everywhere
in 1< oa snd 5 oa bottles.
A.ways ask fcr Osomuiaion by n^me.
Thct all may exper-.ence tor them-
selves what t' « eTcl'.ts.-.e prepsratt n
iWi;: d.t * i v * Trial bottle x* all be sent
t.y mail to all who send their add reek
by j'ost.-a*\l or Mter. to th^ •> .sloe
bi, New \oek.
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Greer, Frank H. The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 267, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 5, 1910, newspaper, March 5, 1910; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc128133/m1/4/: accessed January 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.