The Mustang Enterprise (Mustang, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, September 1, 1911 Page: 2 of 4
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J M DAILY, Publisher.
Uutared at the Post'iflice at Mustang,
Oklahoma. as second-class mail matter
STATE NEWS NOTES
K« patient, winter in coming
Oklahoma Sta* • ir September 116
to October 7
Uartteld county pioneers plans h re-
anioa at id, September !•
4<iutand for alarm
has increased the
clocks in Oklahoma.
The State Fed-rat ion of Women's
clubs wil meet in i hi<kasha early in
J. P Dempsey, a Washita count}
fanner, has cleared l j>> an aere lmm
his alfalfa patch Not at all bad for
"dry" year' What?
A bridge over a creek throe tnil**t*
«ast of Wewoka on the Kock island
was burned out find traffic in both'
directions was tied up for awhile as
■— . .jam itonwnBMMBBBHBi
Pigeon pot tip with an air of gloom, | P< for the Count couli Jadgs Me*
iii.l grasped hia belt In a tight clutch ders held him as though It: u vise
and marched orr. his steps being I "And 1 said unto him: Thou cos-
timed !>y (taccato rips. which be did demned wretch, do-t thou no know it
I not locate as coming from the room is unwise so to conduct thy*--*.-! in our j
I wherein was Mrs. Mazes. j midst .' And I smote him thus, and)
And in that room Mrs Mazes was * I shook him thus' illustrating upce j
i feverishly tearing and lying strips of ' tho helpless Count and then I said i
I sheets, and towels, and talilo covers, 1 unto him that if lie offended me again I
I together, all unconscious tnat in her 1 I should smite him full soie "
' Itrenuous efforts to off <-t her «s«-:i|.e 'T ense, b. i god tie < Him. pious*
OWEN, CORE AND CRUCE WILL
OPEN OKLAHOMA SIAEE FAIR
Oklahoma City—Senator Robert L. applies, of course, to tho twenty oth*r
Novcll?r tion of the P!n v by
W'lbur I> Nenhit aid Otto Hminbach
Nnvfli/rd Ry WILBUR I). NtSBIT
Owen, Governor Lee Cruce and prob-
don'd remember anything « lse' ably Senator Thomas 1*. <iore, will
I thy pardon," Mulders s&Jd, touch the magic button which will
contritely. I did forget myself start tho marvelous machinery of the
•Coil.- in out of the night air, Re,. mi Ok|ahoma statc Falr on TuPs.
tlemon, Higgested Harry, who can . f, , _
. ... , 1 day, September 2G. Senator Owen has
to th< door just then 1 he trio, mu ;• :
lng over the unconscloua way In whlcA •0C#Pte^ an invitation to speak on
| Medders had shaken the Count, start- j tho opening day; Governor Cruce has
ed in. when a messenger boy arrived, accepted, and Senator (lore has signi-
lle carri.'d a large hat box. The tied a desire to be present if possible.
1 Count tried to intercept him, but liar- , Both President John Fields and Secre-
Sho had used ev< rythins ' r> was as anxious as the Count to get tary j_ s Malian have every reason to
she was creating tlie first bump upon
I the pathway of a young love—but
i then love, as Mr Shakespeare ob-
served long long ago, never did run
Attention is also called to the fact
that every person in Oklahoma should
begin to get ready to attend the fair
Farmers of Oklahoma should not only
Mrs mazes opened her wlndi/w si
I Jontly, and lowered to the ground n
rope that was fearfully and wonder
Swlfton In M|i ■
, • ... I..,. , M. ,Me
ie ni« t in I In- - oi
and anything, from pillow slij s to the j that bat
, lMi , i the portion i She had ! She turned it out quick enough,"
• tiough rope to lot. her nut of a six Harry murinuro I to himself, paying
story building, instead of from a win the boy the s<venty-flve dollars that
dow a scant twelve feet from the , was called for on delivery. When the
ground The end of the rope she tied hoy 11:t•! left, Harry chanced to look
Iiis Ik iiif in ptn\ hont'-Hx H
liii-r, • oiibIii of LlU ' "s 111
hat I ti I« t;< I • il us a pit • •■lit f
iv Is trailed t< his hom«>
nnd Mi*-- • I.n. HI.i/.' \vl.« «!< man - I
I it. ;i (I ti p! i. .• t > of \n hi« li «!"■ H«\ t In
In - ti • r. .1 it 11 11' r \ ' s i - >11H- S . i
_ . , *, ■ i 1 ti great fonr l«*nt hei husband hear o
graph pole projcetiiig into the ^\\it«li , , i
farda He will lose an ear f ',lh'l'
fan. y I v iiiff t
W O. Armituge, a conductor on the
Midland ValU • even lj
Injured at Muskogee by being knocked
betwoen cars by a cross arm on a tel.
Shawnee labor unions are preparing
for a grand celebration of Labor I>ay
■t Bet ion park, on tho iiiterurbnn be
tweeu Shawnee and Tecumseh. Them
will be tho usual sports, and good
speakers have boon obtained
A. H. (Jeissler has returned to Ok
lahoma City from a trip to London
Ho aayn the English were too dignl
Ord to take riff their coats when they
■were roasting during the hot weather
of mid summer.
The men who aided in Cuba's fight
for liberty evidently believe in per-
sonal liberty, and they located next
year's reunion wjiere one who desires
to "Irrigate" may do so without -noak-
ing around in so ;ch of bootlegging
Joiatu and violating the law.
To facilitate the handling of freight
the S anta Fe railway will within
s few days install a i n ton electric
crano at Oklahoma Clt> The crane
will be ono of the largest In use in
tho southwest and will he arranged
to transport frolght to all portions of
lh« freight wareroom
> (a i
to a table near the window. Then
she looked down anxioush
It i ; dangerous." he sigh <1
The Count wandered into view He
was growing weary of waiting for
the hat At sight of the tope he bright*
| wted up
Mump otid,"he suggested.
Silly!" she said; "I've got to climb
down Steady the rope."
He took hold of the lower end and
straightened the rope against the
Hut how in the w orld am I to climb
down?" she demanded
Led yourselluf oud slow, und den
slide for life," he told her.
at the address and read:
"Count Herman \>.n Kit/.. Why, t ti is
hat isn't for me, after all
• \n," ihe Count said I ordet «' it, ,
but it. isn't for me."
Medders turned and sai l
"Is there some mistake, Harry?"
Harry looked at the Count, but 'hat
gentleman was pretty well satlsiied
with the situation and made no move
to correct matters.
"No, there isn't any mistake,'" Har-
"Did I understand aright." Medders j
asked, "that thee are paying seventy-
five dollars for that hat?"
"I did—without taking chloroform.
' believe that Senator (lore will come
for the opening, which will be made
a memorable day in the history of
Senators Owen and Gore are both
; vitally interested in the Oklahoma
l> fair\ from disrnv'.•ring ti" |>i'*enr
nf tiw wniuin The milliner. I • piiPar
flnxton. w' •> prove.-, i . In >n old ti cm- o
Hhitv'.s. arrh'-s «. ti n .' ti • inlssltiu: •! i
l>Ti• sithat and mure < nuipl"-attons en
Kii'■ l .iphne is I-untied Into the room •
« o|)led h\ tin* fount Tie with Their argument grew more Intense, j too," Harry ruefully asknowlodged,
demands the^eturn of °a • id She was afraid to trust herself to the I "Some hats are worth that much,
ft - ti her .hi that «• • •. ion She tells iiim frajj ,nean8 of reaching tho earth, and j the Count remarked.
A.'tlm'rmmt had at"f. MkniX. li"'/.- i he was insistent that she should come
n dupliest • of the linn he b.-enjn'vi son-. (jown at once. In the midst of their
Milli'V-'.Vh1':;'V..J':in'iV-..'Jli'.ied""- ' talk the front door ope Mrs.
Diazes heurd the sound and darted
bark from the window. takliiR tho
rope In with her so swiftly that she
'<-ft the fount islanding with his hands
Qount. w ho Is lntrodu< • d as Hairs • 1 ;-
man tutor, (toiler d Pd r/-^ urrUe.-# and
arenas Hurry <-f ling his wif-
!>nphno steps out and tho general is
dunif'.undc I I.ii' v : l\es u ny to >• im
The Count takes the blame for the whole
affair upon hittis. If. hut 1 h• v- • • r.11 .v i Is i
kfrvod •: hi il flarrv «•■ n vlndh it ■ Mms.if
n. t ti 111a/.''s admits to H n-v tli.it he
inh tinted with l iphne. aid Mrs lilazen
At-rhian tile talk.
CHAPTER XI.— (Continued )
"Sure!" boomed the General. "My
wife often spends more than that for
"Is it for thy sister. Harry?"
ders asked, casually.
"I don't know if it will fit. her,
ry answered, non-committally
Wouldst thee let us see it?'
in the air j "Wouldst thee let us see it?" Med-
Amos Medders came slowly down ders asked. "Truly, a hat worth that
the steps, looking intently at the ( !mt( h must be a wonderful thiug
Count, whom he could not recognize !
Tho hoard of agriculture has recelv
•d word that the drilling outfit used
4a tho deep well at Floris had been
removed and taken to Guymon where
•work would bo begun Immediately niov'-ment came a t< rrlflc t ip as though
od another of the nine wells contract something h ul torn loose forever.
"Isn't it a lovely evening? '
Then she began to sink gracefully
upon the seat, when an even more
ominous ripping sound was heard
Carolyn abandoned her project with
due and proper suddenness, while
Pigeon mopped his brow, and said, in that Instant. He \u\A bis hat In his
flustered tones that he tried to make hand and was still laboring under ex-
sound matter-of-course: cltement. When he saw Medders strug-
"I thought earlier today that we
might have pome rain "
lie lifted his foot to re^t It careless-
ly upon the bench, not caring to try
to sit down any more, but with tho
Here tho Count nervously inter-
posed. afraid that the General would
become aroused If he saw the hat.
"No, no. Her night air might spoil
"I confess I am curious to tee it,"
when he was seized in a grip of iron tedders said. "Ah, what forms tho
and the cold tones ot Medders came: vanity of women an 1 the foolishness
"What are thee doing, scoundrel?" , of m*n (j0 take!"
(lent ral Mazes came up the walk at From the house came the lank form
SENATOR ROB'T L. OWEN
aal.e it a point to he here early them-
s< |v, s but they should bring the entire
mil; They owe it to their wives
and children. After having worked
hard all summer, the children are en-
titled to a vacation, and a visit to the
oklahoma State Pair will not only be
in the dark. The Count had not heard
I him coming and could not understand
i why Mrs. Mazes had pulled the rope
in so suddenly.
Count von Fit/, was dumbfounded
td for by the statc
The first bale of cotton for the 1911-
12 season to arrive in St. Louis was
put up on the St. Louis Cotton 10*
change and knocked down to the C. S
Tiffany Commission company at 13
eents a pound. Tho bale came from
Wetumka, Okla , nnd was consigned
to the Napoleon Hill Cotton company
Miss Lorena Cruce, 17 year old
iaughter of Governor Lee Cruce, Is
one of tho beneficiaries under the
Carter bill signed recently by Presi
isnt Taft Tho bill provides for the
per capita payment of all members
of the Cherokee tribe, and as Miss
Cruce has a strain of Cherokee blood
•he to counted as a member of the
Colonel Gus Ivev, noted Cherokee
Journalist who resides at Stillwater
Is preparing to write a history of tlie
Cherokee nation. Colonel Ivey has
toeen gathering data for his book for
the past many years, nnd he expects
to havo it completed In two years It
will include the time when John Hops
•*aa chief of the Cherokee*
At their eighth annual national en
oampment held last week in Okla
homa City, the Spanish War veterans
•elected Atlantic City, N J, ns the
place to hold the 1912 encampment
end elected Maurice Simmons, of New
fork, as commander-in-chief
Considerable excitement has pre^
▼ailed In Miami and vicinity lx cause
H. H. Green, two miles south of Mi-
ami, whle drilling for water struck a
strong flow of oil The oil was en
oountored at a depth of sixty six feet,
and rises fifteen feet in the well The
well has been pumped out several
times and the flow of oil Is so strong
ihat it will fill up inside of two hours.
In order to insure success for her
•lopement with 1-M Kirk. Kttie Hedge,
16. daughter of a wealthy farmer liv-
ing near Jones City, ia believed to
have Bhlngletl her hair and donned
boy's clothing Sheriff Jack Spain of
Oklahoma City, was notified to look
*ut for the run-away couple and place
them under arrest Kirk is only 17
The shingled locks of the girl and her
clothing were found In her room, it
ts claimed, after the elopement.
Plans are being formulated by of.
flcials of the stnte gntne warden's de-
partment for the establishment of a
fish and game exhibit at the state fair
In Oklahoma City and at the fair in
Muskogee this year, and an Investij a
tiou is being made to uet at the prob-
able expense such an exhibit would
necessitate. Apparently the expense
would be slight, as the Fair associa-
tion proposes to give a fenced spate
sufilcient for such an exhibit gratls|
and the cost of importation of enough
animals to stock a credituble di. play
would be Blight
He dropped his foot and tried to
whistle a popular air.
Carolyn looked the other way and
"1 can't do a thing with my hair to-
night." she observed, lifting her arms
to pat. it Into shape.
H r r rip!
Her arms dropped to her sides, sol
"1 think." Pigeon said, desperately,
"that the evening is the most pJeasani
time of the day "
He sat down, in spite of the ripping
that still sounded.
' Won't you be seated?" he asked
Carolyn slowly, carefully allowed
herself to sit besldte him, and to her
evident relief there was uo further
«ound of ripping.
"Isn't it funny," Pigeon said, "how
lonesome a fel ow gets at this time ot
th> evening, if he Is all alone?"
"Now. don't get sentimental," Caro-
lyn said, tapping him playfully «u
Simultaneously with her m- vemcnt
there was a sudden, short rip She
drew back In confusion.
"Is it wrong to get sentimental?"
Pigeon asked, careless)? dropping his
arm along the hack of the s« at and
behind her, and at the same time
hearing another vicious rip He pulled
his arm back as though his hand had
encountered a pin.
"It's sil'y to he sentimental." Caro-
lyn declared, without a motion of any
sort. Hy (his time she uas afraid
ev n to turn her eyes toward him
"I'm silly am I?" Pigeon asked,
"I didn't say that," she answered
"You did, nnd V can prove It!"
"1 didn't, and l can prove it!"
Pigeon attempted to arise haughtily,
but rrrrrip! and he sat down
"1 suppose," he said to her. pettish-
ly, "you think 1 can't do anything?
"You can't!" she replied, pouting,
for she was angry because of tho rip
ping and natura'ly wanted to vent her
wrath on the nearest object, which in
this Instam • happened to be (he p< < i
youth. "You can't Doing nothing ts
tlie best thing you do"
"Hoarding school wit!" Pigeon re-
torted "Oh. well, there are plenty
of other girls'"
| "And don't you forget. Mister Wil
Hams," she snapped, with a heavy ac
cent on the "Mister." "that there are
t p'enty of other men!
of Socrates Primmer. In his hand he
carried the hatbox which all day he
had been endeavoring to open in the
presence of Lucy.
"What is the trouble0" he asked.
"No trouble at all—until you came,"
Harry replied, drily.
"Harry has simply been doing what
I have often done," General Itlazes
explained "He has bought a hat."
Primmer glanced at the hat box
Harry held, and then looked at his
"This then. Is for hi- wife he in-
GOVERNOR LEE CRUCE
State Fair because they are intereste I
in Oklahoma. Premiums amounting to
$1,000 have been offered by Senator
1 Owen in the Hoys' Corn Growing con
1 test and Senator Gore will give a free
! trip to Washington to the boy who
makes the best total score in the corn
With the greatest fair in the west
less than a month away and with ar-
rangements completed for the entire
twelve days, it remains for the people
of Oklahoma and adjoining states to
send in what they have to show at the
earliest possible moment and then get
ready to visit the big exposition and
see for themselves the wonderful ex-
hibits that have been gathered togeth-
er from the four quarters of Oklahoma
and the entire country.
The Oklahoma State Fair is anxious
this year, above ail years, for farmers
and live stock breeders to refute the
Impression that has gone abroad about
conditions in general
SENATOR TOM P. GORE
a delightful vacation but will be a lib-
eral education for every man, woman
and child in Oklahoma. Thousands will
be here for the opening day to hear
the three distinguished citizens who
will lake part in the Inaugural cere-
monies and make ringing addresses.
Difficulties of the Historian
To obtain history which is literature
and history which is accurate depends
"Isn't It a Lovely Evening?"
gllng with the Count he leaped into
the fray and separated them.
"What's happening?" he asked.
■ VI ell, i am surprl ed," Madder®
cald. "I thought this foolish little
man here was a burglar."
"What foolish little man?" Blazes
"This one they call a Count—this
tutor. I thought he was trying to
break into the house "
"Wouldn't be surprised If he was,"
Blazes asserted, vehemently, "isn't
your daughter In there? Isn't Harry's
sister in there? These Counts will do
anything to capture a girl with
"What"" the General said, mlsun-
derstanillng Primmer -Another man "What has been accomplished In Ok ,lpon human qualities not often found
liuy a hat for my wife? How daro lahoma this year?" "How did the jQ the same person. Ho who has the
you!" live stock come through?" "What art 0f setting at the fa< ti- and it
Primmer shrank away from him. has been done along agricultural re;l|ly is quite an art. and difficult
"Nay," Medders soothed. I he hat lines?" enough to master—somehow does not
Harry lias is for his si 1. r, Carolyn. These are some of the question'- have the art of building the "facta"
No," Harry corrected him. fearing tjiat ^|le worhj js asking today and jnt0 a literary structure that pleases,
they can be answered, according i" perhaps fascinates, a multitude of
Secretary Mahan, by tho farmers of readers.—L. A. Chase, Fellow in Amor
Oklahoma if they will do their part In jcan History, Michigan, In Outlook,
making tho Oklahoma State Fair th"
biggest agricultural and live slock Character Above All
show In the country. Secretary M;. Young man, character is worth more
han says twenty counties have a', than money, character i worth mora
ready engaged space for county ex than anything else in this wide world,
titbits and that he expects at least I would rather have it said of me in
twelve more before the entries close, my old age than to have a monu-
"Fair time is drawing near," Bays ment of pure gold built ov, r my dead
the secretary, "und people interested body reaching from earth to hcuvfii -
In all departments, especially live 1 would rather have it said that "they
stock,, farm anil garden products, eould find no occasion against him ex-
should w rite for premium books, en ce; t it bo touching the law of iiis
try blanks and any other information Hod," than to have all this world can
suggested. "I^'t him see your pres as Boon ag possible. The same rule give Kwight L Moody
ent for Lucy "
some further complication. "The fact
is, I was i.oing to glv.- the Inst to
Lucy—with .vo ir permission, Mr Med
ders. Hut I didn't like to ask your
permission before all the others hep- "
"Hully for you. Harry''' the General
leamed. "You couldn't do i tiner
Primmer lapsed into a fit of dejec-
"Alns!" he Bobbed. "Homer was
right when he said:
" Mas. fatnt hop* I
Alas, thou tou art
id and gone!1'
"Cheer him up"' General Mazes
"I, too have a pv sent for Lucy. '
"Thee hast'.'" Medders asked "What
is it, Socrates?"
\ hat," Primmer announced
it I s not so'" Count von Fit/, sput- Harry leaped to a conclusion.
Real Epochs of Life Supply
Heal action Is in silent moments New Minister -"Now just one thin*
The epochs of our life are not in the more before I accept this charge
visible facts of our choice of a calling. Have you got a ' upply?' ' Deacon -
our marriage, our acquisition of an "Well, yes, though we never said any
tared rubbing his neck. stantly he coupled J'rlmmer with the . oflice, and tlie like, but ti* a silent thing to the laM preacher about It.
"Verily, thee has a suspicious look," mj -terious man who hai bought tlie thought by the wajside as we walk. Ill show you where It ts, and get you
Medders said lo him.
"it's a gam dood thing 1 happened
along," Mazes observed
"A what, irlend? Medders Inquired
"A gam dood tiling doesn't count,
you know when you cuss backwards."
"Verily," Medders said, there he
times when a man could cuss side-
' Well," Mazes said, turning again
to Count von Fltz. "It's a lucky thing
for you there was nothing In the re
port that you were with my wile to-
day. I'm 4 Jealous man. I'm desper-
ate when I'm roused."
"Don't rouse!" the Count begged.
"Once," the General said I caught
ii man flirting with her What did 1
"Vat did you do?" the Count asked,
i'liey hurled his hat." the General
s.ilil lust his hat! Just Ills hat!
.'htist Ills hat'" the Count echoed
Mentally ho wondered If It had he. n
,i jellow lint with red popples
"Thou art a man of w rath. General,"
duplicate hat at Mile Daphnes
" I Ait's see it." he said
He opened Prlmmer's hat box. and
one glance was enough to confirm his
suspicion He dropped the lid quick-
ly, took the l>ox from I'rlmmer's unre-
sisting hold, nnd said:
"I'll take your hat to Lucy Shell
"No. I shall pr. sent It to her my-
self," Primmer declared, taking the
box from Harry.
"All right." Harry said. "Don't let
any one profane that hat h* seeing It
until It gets to the one for whom It is
Intended And neither will I with
mine. You won't let any on see It""
"Surely not." Primmer agreed.
"All right That's a sacred compact
Let's all go In now
And as he ushered them Into the
house Harry - aid things to himself he-
cause of his fooli hness In pa) lng
seventy five do lars for a hat when the
duplicate was In the house all the
"And," lie growled, "I've still got
one coming from Daphne'"
"What did tlit i say'" Medders
asked, as they wi nt Into the reception
In a thought which revises our entire a key, hut I tell you you'll havo to bo
manner of life and Myg: ' Ti ns hast just as careful about using it as the
thou done, but It were better thus."— rest of us." Puck.
Ancestral Pride of the Future
"One of my forefathers w as a signer
Exulting In his suddenly returned of the Declaration of Independence.*
strength, Samson was about to pus'.. l'hat is omething," repll- I Mrs
the pillars from under tho temple Voteby Gumm. ' Hut think of tho
"11a " ho chuckled, as tho roof top proud satisfaction with which my
pled In. "couldn't have done it if the great great granddaughters will point
contractor had built this temple ac to the fact that one of their fore
cording to specifications ''
There are men who are startllnglv
successful as cheap politicians, and
for the life of us we can not tell why,
mothers was a militant suffragette.'
The Canine Howlolcjjy
There Is nothing so very remark-
able in the Atlantic City dog that in
tell time, livery dog on earth can
unless it be the wind bloweth wlier tell time. That is, they can break-
it listeth, and that from time tie [aKt time, dinner time and supper time
wind bloweth loud even though no rnd know to a minute when It is time
one listeth long Exchange. to siart their nightly howl
An Early Award Poetical Age of Women
"Do you think there Is anything A Philadelphia paper afllrma that
creditable in that man Skinnutn s t)le poetu al age of women is thirty.
She brought out the word "men
with all the emphasis and meaning Medders said "One" 1 grew angry
necessary to convey to him the idea at a man in my youthful d. >s
that she regarded him as a hoy "And what did you «!<> to him, man r0om.
Then ;he arot-e utterly ignoring a of peace?" asked the General, laugh was saying that I hoped no one
terrific ripping noise, and strode Into lng. while the Count listened nervous ( wag coming this t v« nil g t«• break u:
tin* house with the cold, hearth s y
tuad of a prince s Hut as she went "In those days" Medders said, l
up the Btep*. Pigeon, had he been was vain of my strength and given to
wHtcl lng. would have st en her clutch yielding to my angry passions I w nt
ing net voutly at her skirt, while tto unto thia man. nnd 1 seized htm
| • luping went merrily on i tbua—M
i our Quiet little part.v
(TO BE CON TIN UK I* >
That which la unjust can really
profit no one; that which In lust can
really harm no one.—ikury George
past?" "Well," replied the dtsi re. .
man. "1 understand that somewhere
among his effects ho has a mug with
the sentence 'For a Hood Hoy' printed
on in gilt letters Hut. of eour-e, 1
have no way of knowing how lo came
Foundation In-p- rtint
Every triumph of life leads back
by various paths to eaii.er ptepora day by the lurks, und Saturday bf
Uon.—Blake. (the Jews,
when they begin to lovo coiimiuu
Many Diys for Public Worship
By diffeient nation* ev ry day In
the week is set apart for public wor-
ship-Sunday by the Christians, Mon-
day by the Greeks, Tuesday by the
Persians, Wednesday by the Assy,
riatis, 1 hurs.lay by the Kgy|>tlans, h'rt-
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Daily, J. M. The Mustang Enterprise (Mustang, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, September 1, 1911, newspaper, September 1, 1911; Mustang, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc157371/m1/2/: accessed February 17, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.