Daily Ardmoreite (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 29, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 10, 1920 Page: 4 of 8
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WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 10 1920
THE DAILY ARDMORElTB
John F. Eusley Editor und General
George H. Wyatt Mutuieintf Kditor
Mrs. Emmltt T. Keld City Editor
Af'ernrons (Except Saturday) and
Full Ltflst'd Associated Press Wire.
jfntercd at Ardmore. OUla.. Poatoffice
as Second t-'lass Mail
City Editor &3S
Society Editor 53S
Business Office 5
Advertising Dep;ir;ment .... 5
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The Associated Press la exclusively
entitled to the use fur re-publication of
all news dispatches credited to or not
Otherwise credited in thin paper and
a!o the local news published herein.
WEDNESDAY NOVKMliKK 10. 19'JO
Righteousness exalteth a na-
tion; but sin Is a ivproach to
ny pop'n." Solomon.
A PROGRESSIVE STEP
The Chicago winners who are pel
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It L'Ullt jJUlllS WUIVIIIS lu mv- I"
tion of the livestock invests ot the
country are taking a long step 11
the right direction.
The organization will be compose
u-ui i... .(tntiiisi-il
of the heads of the strongest finan-
cial institutions and will -start out
with an ini.ial capitalization of $:lii.-
OOU.OOl). The object as stated by
these men Is to create a fund upon
which the slockraisers of the coun-
try may draw should stress of cir-
cumstances find them short of ready
cash thereby securing money suffi-
cient tit u reasonable Interest rate
to enable them to hold their cattle
for higher or better mm kcts enabling
them in other wordu to sell only
Well finished cattle in place of be-
ing compelled as Is now the case
to throw half-fattened unfinished
calves and steers into the open bid-
dins. The idea it seems to us Is not
only a good one bin one which might
be used in the matter of the protec-
tion of all agricultural interests.
It might be We think used to. help
the cotton grower wheat raiser the
man who devotes his attention to pro-
ducing corn as well as the man who
follows the lines of diversified farm-
All this talk about holding cotton
for higher prices .about holding corn
rind wheat for better prices about
holding cattle and hogs for increased
markets can amount to nothing as
long as some plan is not perfected
to supply the producing farmer the
producine stockman with money at
a reasonable interest rate.
If the Chicago plan works out and
R seems that It will starting with
tn initial capitalization of $:lo.OuOOoU
with big bankers of oilier metropoli-
tan citks coming into the association
und adding to the capital stock the
day will soon be in the pa't win u
the market manipulators and price
Jugglers will be able to buy the
stockman's product ai less than the
cost of production while a simi-
lar plan well capitalized will protect
the Wheat cotton grain and fruit j
Why Should You Pav
A HIGH PRICE FOR COFFEE
"When you can buy the
popular American drink
which is better for you
has a rich coffee -like
flavor and costs less.
There are tvo kinds ofPostum.
Postum Cereal is loiled for 15 minutes
after boiling begins. A delightful cup results
newer form Instant Postum is made by
placing a teaspoonful in the cup then add
hot water and stir until guickly dissolved.
"There's a&eason" for Postum
growers of the country through 11 '"" ' ideas. Mr. llryan has been subject
inj about a stabilizing of prices for j to brainstorms on a number of pre-
the raw material as the same comes I viuus occasions. Mr. Pryan Is a
to the market 'magnetic sort of a man who man-
Practically unlimited ciedil has aged at the several Democratic con-
made it possible for the uuinufactur- venthms to hypnotize I ho delegates
er the man w ho turns out the fin-' into nominating him for the prcsi-
ished arti.V' to get top price for his 1 dency and who has now managed to
output. The same Will be possible j self-hypno' i.e himself into the belief
wilh the original producer
man who sends bis meat to marUet
on llie hoof whu sends his flour to
the miller in the grain who
Iks cotton " to the spinner in
Politicians may rant and public
speakers ni.iv cant about the protec-
I tiun of the grower while writers may
I indulge in phantasmagoric dreams of
legislation which will enabli
I er to gel a profit upon
j he produce; UABocialJUllS
nations may be effected and speakers
may orate ana spciiuniuers i-u.m:i
with well modulated voices as they
tell of the manm r In which cotton
grain and livestock may be h.ld for
this that or the other gross price
but until some safe and sound and
honest means is found whereby all
tin- producers all the men who pri-
marily feed and clothe the World
will be supplied with capital to be
used us the manufacturer of the fin-
ished product uses his capital until
that time there will be devised tic
means which will protect the glower
from the market juggler.
The idea as conceived by
cago bankers is a big one.
cessful prosecul ion
will demand big
Rut the men who
are behind the scheme ale big
financially. They arc men who
that big money Will be needed.
are men who know how to do big
Ithiiors mid thev are men who may In
( ) maikit;j of .
; fnit.il Sales out of the hands of the
politicians and the speculators and
' nut tu rn inioii sound nnanciai 1001
ings. enabling the farmers of the
nation in the course of a few years.
t become as a class financially able
t. lake Iheir places wilh the hnsiiuss
men of llie country to become real 1
fac iirs in -The nation's business. I
With the Chicago proposition reach-:
insf out with the bankers of Ihej
other larger cities of the middle west i
of the southwest of the northwest
entering the association each one ;
adding io the millions of capital I - j
quired the problem of fair and legili-j
male prices for the raisers of stock
and the growers of cotton and grain
will be solved in a business man- j
ner as business matters should be1
Starling at Chicago with an initial
capital of JUO. 000. turn with St. Louis I
Kansas City. Oklahoma Ciiy. Fort!
Worth. Dallas (Inhesion. Wichita i
Denver Salt Rake City Ogdeii Seat-
tle Sacramento San Francisco Eos!
Angeles El Paso in fact wilh every I
banking center of the western part j
of the United States coming in as I
the idea evolves and. devt lopes the
time will soon be at hand when the
speculator and market manipulator
will bo pushed out and the
Will reap the benefits which come as
emoluments to his toil and labors.
ANimiEK IHCYAMC IDEA
William Jennings liryan the man
who thrice carried the Democratic
party to a national defeat suggests
that the best thing for Mr. Wilson
to do will be to resign. He adds to
that suggestion the thought thai Mr.
Marshall should also resign and that
Mr. Harding should be Immediately in-
ducted Into the duties of his office
ns president of the Fulled Htal- s.
while Mr. Coolidge could svp in and
pic k up the gavel as presiding oflie-r
of the national si-natc.
Mr. Llryan has some Very original
Postum Cereal Co.rInc Battle
that had the convention at San
Francisco have listened to him. bark-
ened to the Siren sweetness of his
voice. Cox would not have run against
Harding and. consequently Harding
Would not have been elected.
Put the people of the I'nited Stales
have listened for the last time re-
ceptively to Mr. Ilryan's dulcet tones.
They may continue to join him for
time to come in taking a little
! grape Juice for the stomach's ache
but as a political prophet and a
Democrat leader. he has I income
u-illmiit iwitii.i- in llc nu'n n.mtftrv. 1
No one disputes that Mr
is an eloquent man. None
that he has advocated some -pretty
good things and none will seek to
question the fact that also he has
fathered some pret'y wild chimeras.
Hence it is possible that Mr. 'Wil-
son Mr. Marshall ami the whole
Democrat family will hesitate to list
to Mr. llryan's latest fad and resign
en masse but will prefer to await
the coming of the fateful fourth of
March as the proper dale upon
which to pack their goods chattels
and paraphernalia and walk out of
office for a four years vacation.
William J. Pryan is a smart man.
Put he is an al-ni ran and not the
best qtuilified man in the world to
advise the abdication of the presi-
dent vice president chauffeur door-
keeper cook and the whole d
Oklahoma chiropractors have
onsiraied to the "regular" ilo
that while It may be unethical
advertise yet advertising pays.
The young lady across the way
thai the young man of today need
not be so afraid of the "fresh paint"
sign. liesides she says tin
man v ho Would be satisfied with a
dab at the cheek don't know the
flavor of a real kiss.
Some day maybe the railroads
Will get back to the good old system
of giving the traveling public some-
thing ill tho line of good service. In
the meanwhile we must take what
we run get consisting in the main
In an Increase of rales.
1'onea City's law makers dropped
the tint! bonze law from Its statute
looks. Other cities might do the
tinii'. What's the use of keeping
dead letters on the law books of any
community city state or national? A
uk of tlmt
lk o 1)K.Ml.
and another bot-
.lohn l'limyaii must have been think-
l ig of North W'ashinj-ton street near
I the. liingling depot when he wrote
Uial s(f aJ0Ul lim
dreary way about the impenetrable
tioom about the unbroken blacking
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;il nielli aouui uie i.i.-ue ui 'eiim
li.nd its unllghted byways.
Speaking of lb
sonic sections of
. . ''ee; is lighted
manner in whi.'h I
we are told on (
! vainahly good authority
.lightning bugs em't travel
u nightly without arrmg
Lallan Kililm' Klili.l
Milan. Nov. 10. Carlo l!-)-si edi-
tor in' the newspaper Secolo and a
prominent barriier was killed and
si-vwal persons injured in ihe clash
between pola'e Mini : ociabst- ilUt'illI
a demonstration licru l.wt night.
COLDS AND FLU
Influenza and (irippc I .ike Ordinary
Colds Require ( alclaiis the Puri-
fied anil Refined Calomel Tablets
Tint Are Nan sea less Safe und
Doctors tire warning the public thai
simple rolds and mild cases of Influ-
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eii'..i Ul kl II II JU l' l-Mie HI il "li in
oilier serious complications. They
say that every cold should receive im-
mediate attention and that the first
step in uie ii-eauueiii is u iie
that the liver is active. lor tnw
purpose Calotabs the perfected naU-
sealess calomel tablets are tins sur-
est best and most agreeable laxative.
One Calotab at bed time with a
swallow of water that's all no salts
no nausea and no upsetting of the
digestion and appetite. Next morning
your cold has vanished your liver is
active your system is purified and
refreshed and you are feeling fine
wiili a hearty appetite for breakfast.
Eat what you please. no danger.
For your protection. Calotabs are
sold only In original sealid packages
price Ihiily-five cents. All druggists
recommend and guarantee Calotabs
and are authorized to refund the
price if you uru not delighted with
AMONG THE MELODIES
SUNG II ROTARY TODAY
Winn International Kotaly meets
iin June of next yiar in the city of
! Kilinliuruh. Scotland. the Ardmore
lie r. pres. nt."k That liecis-
made at the club ineeiing
today. Just by whom is not known
but President IJulmaii has been
! authorized to advise the into rnafioiial
j oigaiii.ition that this city will have
la delegate there. That delegate may
I be l.oivinaj Love w In is an associate
member it may bo ei'.ffer of the
I following gentlemen all of whom
Iplan to make an Kurupean trip next
! summer: L. 11. Love It. A. ilelner
and i'eiry 1). Maxwell.
All merchants who are Kotarians
were asked to be prompt tomorrow
in closing their doors at llie appointed
lime and to take part in the parade.
The club members will meet at noon
at the Chamber or I oniiuei ee rooms
and will from there lake their plaec
in the line with all other oiganii-
tions of the city.
A letter from .Mrs. Val Mulliii and
Mrs. Kivll Chapman was read calling
attention of the club hi lag day
lor the lAiy Nursery November l.l.
A litter was read from Itolarians
at Cniekasli.i inviting the local lub
to come to that city on the occasion
of the football game neiween -iu
more llj'-'h and Chickasna iiign.
.Mr. l-'ryho.'fei- who has charge o.
sale of lots in the Industrial Ail-!
nl.oii to the sal.'
1 h ic ll
OpcllS oil the
l'Jth and stated I
rived from this !
I that tin
sale would be used as a fund to as-
sist in locating Jndusiries in this city.
Arthur Miaebby called attenlloa lo
the fact that Ardmore Kotary lias
not raised its amount toward tile
I lay Nursery fund mid President Liul-
i mail illSll lil ted the l ulllllliltee to Com
plete ihe work at once.
Superintendent ltiehards Invited
club to the singing at I'oiivciilion Hall
iomf hi when .Miu school children
sing patriotic and folk songs
is a plan to make such a singing
'organization an institution of this
icivlary Shine of 111.- IMaileis
Assi.'iation re.loslcil an meiciiam
to close their slor. M promptly at noon j
'to lake pail in the A runs Ice l'ay (
'celebration and II. I.. I'rocln It wunted
llie Kotary 'lub to go on record us
fa vol lug all-day closing after Ibis
yiar on this m casion.
The. duo was i pi tied lou.iy W ith u(
biiif iHaycr I'.' Ir. Wcilll followed
' by i he binning of several song i with ;
I'ruf. 1'ilS ns bailer. Among the
songs was "My old Kentucky Home"
and oilu r favoi iie melodic find the
club member us a whole look an j
'active prut in the singing. Aidmorei
:. .a.i i.i... i.. I-. v. un minor- i
' l.Oiai HUinu mi' -
: luniiy to iiniiex I i of. Kit and
him u part of tha club nml a part
'of the lily.
I The club was losi d with an in-
spira'ional lallt with Jir. Ihuce Llrown
who Ih conducting a si lica of cvuu-
IgeliMicul nicctlngi tit First Chriistian
chuih. Th" club was delighted Willi
; the speaker and Aidmorc Kotary
agreed to ulleinl the incctii'Ks.
I Anion Hit club ginsts wei.. l)r.
and Mrs. Crayton S. Ihooks F. K.
j Watson J. I.. Kong Mr. Ailib y
Chauijcll. C. W. Kiebards Jr. und
'judii Chum Jotie.
CAKU I llUM M.WiluN l'lKKi'i:
To tnv imiiiy friends who so !i ner-
nu iy vuppeitid me In my race lor
county ciiinin.esloin r from the second
cotiiini ann.'i' tl strict'. 1 wish to ex-pte-s
my sinceie tiiuliUK. und us'Uie
tin- i t i.e und ull that I idiall "trlve
in every way pi s-niile (luring niy
tenure of oii';i--' to merit the conli-
lletll'e they h ive i piei d ill III".
I Ol.lil Illlike H'l'i.ll (fflilt to
itrve the pi epic Jic lly nml hoin rtly.
uiel a w:e tin tn thai l In lr w.mt
liul! ul A.iyi he my .'irst coiwid ra-
tion. I hall eiiti r upon my dut wlo-n
the time conn i wnli n ("tci iiii'i.iil ui
In do the hi-M I c m Ii r every p"i-- )!i
wl-iMtnr Ih'v weie my upp:n l- i ' or
(not. and I urgently ash thai evuy
one In my diilrict rmi'iiit tti'M me
jl any tun- fur Ihe mutual h'tie'it
of nil. I s' all i n I. avor In Inviil the
rmure ciiiiilin n.hitinii of my friend
and Fininly hopi" lli.it tiny will
be not at nil hack ward uhout making
any luicffsron that will li of Ix'tiefit
lu the iritlr etiunty un n whole. In
tlil way I feel iuii that Wf ahall
ull puccpetl In bringiiig uhout u unity
or iiirp Uml will re.uit in modern
highway and ntlvr Impmviimpnti o
isienlial to tin udvHtumni uf a corn-
rv rrpert fully.
ilAl'.lAN T. IMER'.'n.
fin nnnu.ni innnronro
un mm AUUntNEd
Dr. Rruce Drown addressed the stu-
dent body of the high school this
morning during the chapel period at
which time lie delivered tho follow-
ing lesson on "Culture und Charac-
ter" after a prayer was given by
Dr. Crayton s. llrooks pastor of
the First Christian church:
"The word culture comes from the
word meaning plow and from it we
pet a whole- family of words like
agriculture and horticulture. We have
lifted the word up and made it apply
to mind and lite and now it implies
turniiii; under the weeds of bad
and ideals and the planting
of good seed.
The w. id character conies from a
Oreik word meaning to carve or en-
grave and now implies that Willi's!
Is fixed and chiselled Into life. Cul-
ture is the completion of character.
Ily feeling silk worms a certain kind
of tool u Certain kind of silk Is pro-
duced. P.y feeding them another kind
of food another kind of sill; is the
result. Tho mind can only use the
material that is provided for it and
poor culture means an inferior char-
acter. Culture and character were once
widely separated. The scholar was
the recluse and had little to do with
the Important affairs of life. One of
the most hopeful Indications of our
day is the fact that the men and
women of h'ghest culture are called
to lead In the great affairs of the
world. This is evidenced by men like
Presidents Roosevelt Taft and Wil-
son fitted for their great tasks by
great scholarship. Tho time Is near
at hand when one will have to be
a college graduate specializing in
soil chemistry and plant life in or-
der to be a successful 'farmer.
"There must be a culture of the
body mind will and conscience in
oriler to produce the noblest chur-
. acter. The ideal woman was once a
j w nioy wiiowy. wnne laceo clinging
i dependent reature: Now our ideal
j woman lias iron In her blood fire in
her eves the nag ot
Ilea lib unfurled
and vigor puls-
on her cheek and vhn
ating through every
m'ghty hard to have i
riery. It is
:i healthy mind
in a tlls'iiseil bady. The mind Is of'
more importance than llie body. Tope
who had to be held together by band-i'g.-s
in order to walk was once peer-
ed by a royal lady. He rrpl'ed
Tho' f could reach from pole to
And grasp creation In my span
'Twould not prove a noble soul;
The mind's the measure of u man.
If the body alone is cultivated we
have a brute. If the body and mind
alone are cullivafed we have vi devil.
When the cultivation of will and con-
science are added the result is the
royalty of manhood and womanhood.
Cageue Aram would tint gJ out
into the night for he said. "The stars
are the eyes of (lod that look Into
my soul." I-ndy Macbeth said "That
damned spot. It will not out."
spol was not on her hand but on
onscieiice. The final jud
h we have to rei ki n in
conscience. That tribunal
and exacting and shows no meivy.
That is one j'u Ignienl day fr which
you must prepare. Then
Twilight and evening bell
And one dear call lor me.
There shall be no meaning at the bar
When I put out to sea.
I OK I'.KII-'.F
It. fl. K'.wnian is here from I'.loom-
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lllglOM lll.. iionif ..i.i.
!'. Young and looking over the Ard-
mori' oil district. Mr. Itowman Is in
route to llarlingen. Texas where he
has made investments and stopped
over here in see whu: Curler county
has to offer in the way of invest-
ments. J. C. PENNEY
The J. C
tains a real
money savin p; service.
The J. C. Penney Company sells ila
Power of 297 Busy Stores means a .sav-
ing through volume purchases. This
saving is yours. WHY?
T. J. C. Penney Company sells U
r.ierchanise at a low margin of profit.
This profit margin is simply enough to
cover the handling charge the over-
head expenr-e and a just interest re-
turn on the investment.
Our iKild snap is here at last. We are ready for it with a big assortment of
blankets and Comforts at price3 that cannot be duplicated.
COMFORTS Killed with clean white cotton covered with dainty or dark
rials splendid quality large sizes. Prices- $2.98 $3.98 $4.98 and
rLANKETS Plain colors
Prices per pair
COTTON PLAN KETS
J. C. PENNEY
IViMI IB 11 11 I s..l I
M. . ARDM0KE OK LA. 1
too late to classify
auto painting bring
Storck Auto Faint
Mill St. Phone 1413.
your car to
Shop 14 So.
LOST Old silk dross dmpitcd out
or car. IMca.se return to owner. 118
A St. northwest uml receive re-
WANTED TO TRADE Two heavy
teams of Perchcron horses for corn.
Primrose Farm. Phone 400 Ard-
WANTED Position as general house
keeper or child's nurse by refined
middle-aged widow. Reference phone
WANTED Congenial coupln to Bhare
newly furnished home with couple
employed. 413 C St. S. W 10-3
WANTED Porter at Cambell
lUSVi East Main St.
northwest. -Four room modern house
Phone in! or 221'8-J 10-3
STATE HEALTH OFFICER
OPPOSED TO $.01)0001) HOSPITAL
Oklahoma Hly; Nov. 10. A hos-
pital to cure for 40il patients and
costing $.100000 will be adequate
to take' care of the state's ill and
wounded soldiers of the great war
according to a statement made to-
day by the state health commissioner
he health commissioner was com-
menting on a proposal made last
week by Dr. Hugh Scott and Gen-
eral Roy llofman on their return
from conference with public health
officials at Washington that Okla
homa build' a $000000 hospltul to
be leased to the government for the
care of former service men.
"I am strongly In favor of the
hospital idea but I think the plan
too extensive ns it stands now" said
Dr. Lewis. "I believe a $.".00000 hos-
pital will mi el every demand."
leneral Hoffman said today the
government plan will be submitted
to the next legislature. He said
plans for the proposed building have
already been drawn.
Worn Out In Mind and Body
Your child ia quick to observe disturbances in your mental attitude ot
physical condition. And when he asks: '"What's the matter Daddy?"
there's a tone of solemn anxiety in his little voice. The depression
stamped upon you reflects intensely upon him because of his profound solic-
itude He at once drops his plavthings and rushes to your side but his
happy smile has disappeared and his buoyant spirits are gone replaced
by a countenance of worry and a bearing of hopelessness.
You owe it to th hppinen nd welfare cf your family to keep trim in body und keen In
intellect. You are the tun and the inspiration of their livet. Dark threatening cloudu hovet
over their hende the inntant you enow ami of being 'outof aorta" or under tbo weather.
Don't imperil thjir future by neglecting your health. Qa Jn At0flf
l YKO it old In orlvinfil pack! only
tik plcturb. KaiuM ail ubalitulai
COMPANY A NATION-WIDE INSTITUTION
SEiVICE -THAT SATISFIES
Company Stores must
method contains REAL SAVING
and plaid..; WCOLNAP; all sizes;
- $5.90 $G.S0 $7.90 and $8.90
All sizes. 1 Prices.
COMPANY - r - A NATI0N.W1DE INSTITUTION
SOM13 OF TIIK PLAlERS WHO
CO TO Tire NEW LEAGUE
Tampa Fla. Nov. 10. Roger Horn-
by of the St. Louis Cardinals lead
ing Ivatter of the National League
last season; "Rubbles" Margrave rf
the Cincinnati Reds and Al Sothor-
on .of the St. Louis Browns ar
among the major league stars who
will play baseball this winter with
the Florida west coast winter league.
Hornsby is captain of the Sarasota
How To Get Rid
Of Your Cold
The quick way Is to u9
Dr. King's New
DON'T fool v.-ith a
cold. Go to vour
druetrist anrl opt a hnHt
of Dr. King's New Discovery and start
taking it. By the time you reach
lome you'll begin to feel better and
will have a restful sleep without
Dr. King's New Discovery for over
fifty years a standard remedy has th
medicinal qualities that relieve con-
gestion ease the cough and loosen tha
phlegm. Convincing healing taste
too. Price 60 cents $1.20 a bottle.
For colds andcoughg
Constipated? Here's Relief
Cleanse the system and bring back
your old time energy with Pr. King's
Fills. They promote free bile flow
stir up'the lazy liver and get ot the
root of the trouble. Price 25 cents.
Prompt I Wont Gripo
The Great General Tonic
willbanith that "tired feeling-" and diapel that worn-out
look. It will renew your etrenith and vigor overcoma
the raviihinpr effects of overwork and worry revive yout
pirua and increase your bold on life. Being a refrain
ing appetizer a valuable aid to digestion and wortl.y
promoter of the general health because of its positive re-
vitalizing and reconstructive value its nse is especially
desirable in caseaof subnormal conditions. If youeuifei
from nervous exhaustion muscular or mental fatigua
or deficiency of vital force due to general weakness ot
wasting illness you'll find "LYKO" particularly bene-
ficial. It tones up the entire system and keeps yoil
feeling fit. Ask your druggint for a buttle today
LYKO MEDICINE COMPANY
New York Kansas City Ma
in J. C. Penney
be tha highest
It is always fresh and clean because
this company does not overstock on
merchandise that must later be sacri-
ficed when soiled and shelf worn.
merchandising and selling
Trade Where a Saving Can Pe
Made Every Day in the Year.
$2.23 $2.98 $3.49 and $4.43
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Easley, John F. Daily Ardmoreite (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 29, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 10, 1920, newspaper, November 10, 1920; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc158669/m1/4/: accessed September 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.