The Hooker Advance (Hooker, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, September 15, 1911 Page: 1 of 8
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THE HOOKER ADVANCE
The Best Paper, Circulated Among the Best People, in the Best Town on Earth
HOOKER. TEXAS COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1911
Look again, if it happened
yotj will find it here.
Subscribe for the Advance.
Miss Jennie Burch returned
Colorado Springs Tuesday.
Everything for the school can
found at Hubbard's Pharmacy.
You can get any thing you want at
the Hooker 2nd hand store.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lan-
grand, on the 12th, a 9 pound boy,
House tor Rent—Ask Seitsinger for
full set of particulars, at The System.
Attorney Edens of Guymon was
Buy your binder twine at the 2nd
Mullinix Brothers have again taken
charge of their meat market.
If you enjoy firat class barber work
go to Fessler's barber shop.
For school supplies go to Hub-
D. B. Almond made a motor cycle
trip to Tyrone Monday.
A full line of Nyal's remedies guar
anteed at the Pioneer Drug Store.
O. J. Wilkius and Geo Fessler took
in tha Guymon-Texhoma ball game
at Guymon last Friday.
Read the free book about Adlerika
the greatest Appendicitis remedy at
Judge and Henry Castleberrv made
a business trip to Liberal in the lat-
ter's auto Friday.
H. F. Bergen, Ernest Hoole and
Geo. Risen took in the Campbell cir-
cus at Liberal Saturday ni^ht.
For Pure Drugs and prescriptions
compounded accurately, go to Hub-
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Molthop re-
turned from Chicago Sunday. Mr.
Molthop will again buy broom corn
here and at Liberal this season.
Paint That House and Barn of
Yours. Good paint at the Pioneer
Drug Store. All colors and at lowest
J. D. Bell returned from a trip to
Denver Sunday. He looks like the
trin has done him lots of good and
reports his neice in better health
when he left.
The town has put in a 10 foot ce-
ment sidewalk between the Rose and
Blake properties on Gladys Avenue.
This makes a decided improvement in
the looks of that part of town.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Rose returned
Tuesday from a trio to the Colorado
health resorts and Montrose where
they have property. They report a
delightful trip and seem to have been
greatly benefited by it.
F. J. Meade was over from Oklaho-
ma City this week looking after the
^ farm he owns near town. He reports
crops near Hooker in better condit-
ion than at any place between here
and Oklahoma City.
Prof J. M. Browning came in from
the Buffalo school district Saturday
afternoon and made this office a
pleasant call while in town. J. M.
is looking fat and sassy and is well
satisfied with the world since going
back to his old vocation of teaching
The Liberal Elevator company is
expecting a car of KharkofT seed
wheat today. This wheat will be re-
tailed at 91.00 per bushel, parties
desiring seed wheat should call as
soon as possible. They also pay the
highest market prices for broom corn,
take your brush to their elevator. H.
F. Bergen, Mgr.
Mrs. G. S. Lashlev and children
left for Girard, Kansas, Sunday
Masonic lodge tonight.
The Advance tells it all.
A little local ad will do the work.
R. E. Colvin and Dr. Cook of Ty-
rone were here Tuesday.
I buy and sell any and every thing.
Claud Henderson was at the county
Go to Fessler's barber shop for
hair tonics, and barber supplies.
E. J. Albright returned from Abi-
lene, Kansas, Monday.
Five baths for $1.00, also laundry
agency at Fesslers barber shop.
A nine pound girl arrived at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reis-
wig on the 12th.
School books, tablets, slates, pens,
pencils, every thing for the school
room at Hubbard's Pharmacy.
The trial of Dennis vs. Gustafson
will be heard in the federal court at
Wichita today. ,
The Hooker Gin Co. will pay the
highest market price for clean, dry
The Hooker Hotel is for sale or
will trade for land close in. Geo. W,
Wall paper, the only stock in town,
from 5c per roll up, Hubbard's
Rev. J. H. Agee came down from
Liberal Monday and took in the re-
vival services at the Baptist church
a few days.
Pure drugs onlv dispensed and pre-
scriptions acurately compounded at
the old reliable drug store, The Pio-
For sale—A 6 horse 2 speed horse
power, nearly new, cheap. 1 mile
east and 1-2 south of Hooker. Wm.
There will be preaching at the
Methodist church Sunday morning.
Every one cordially invited. No
If you have dandruff, eczema or
itching scalp try Burts Hair Revi-
ver. Fesslers barber shop.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Castleberry
left for Montrose, Colorado, Mon-
day morning They will make the
trip in their machine.
For sale or trade for land—An in-
come paving business building and
lot on Glaydas avenue. See N. T.
The Mexicans intend celebrating
their Independence Day at Optima
tomorrow, They are planing for a
big time as that is an important date
in their history.
Lost—On the streets of Hooker a
red leather check book. Last check
drawn was for S3 00. Leave at F. &
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Blake went to
The Honorable board of county
commissioners of Texas county met
in regular session in the county
clerk's office September 5, 1911, at
nine o'clock, a. m.
All members present.
Bond of J. R. Emanuel as trustee
of Camp-Keltner township was ap-
Bond of E. L. Blake as clerk of
Camp-Keltner township was ap-
Resignation of H. E. Pixley as
clerk of Tepee township was ac-
E. M. Thompson was appointed
clerk of Tepee township.
Board adjourned till 1:30 p. m.
Board met at 1:30 p. m., all mem-
Petition of tax rebate of R. S.
Shilkett was allowed, $6.85.
Petition of tax rebate of Austin
Cheney was allowed, $28.15.
Petition of tax rebate of A. K.
Crim was allowed $9.35.
Petition of tax rebate of C. A.
Henderson was allowed, $23.00.
Petition of rebate of tax of C. W.
Duncan was allowed, $11.76.
Petition of rebate of tax of Jas. A.
Moon was allowed, $19.94.
Petition of rebate of tax of Paul
Menig was rejected.
Petition of rebate of tax of D. F
Pike was allowed, $36.45.
Petition of rebate of tax of A. W.
Jackson was rejected.
Petition of rebate of tax of A. W.
Jackson, allowed, penalty on taxes.
Petition of rebate of tax of J. W.
Jordan, allowed, $2.34.
Petition of rebate of tax of O. A.
McCollom, allowed, penalty on taxes.
Petition of Silas Minkner e( il to
keep Stonebraker-Zea CattJ-> Co.
from fencing section lines "'as not
acted upon as the commissioners had
no jurisdiction in such case*.
Report of F. W. Roddy as clerk
of the county court at Hooker, was
Report of H. C. Parcels as clerk
of the district court wap approved.
Report of A. F. Burch as county
clerk was approved.
Report of H. A. SpUer r s clerk of
the county court was unproved.
Report of J. C. Williamson as
register of deeds wap approved.
Report of D. F Cfcenault as sher-
iff was approved.
Quarterly report of W. R. D.
Smith as county treasurer was ap-
Claim No. 3212. Wichita Con-
struction C".. $93.80, bridge work,
allowed, road and bridge fund.
Claim Nn. 3213. O. W. Stephens,
$3.50 livery hire for inspecting
bridge, allowed, road and bridge
Clp'm No. 3214, Jno. Irvln, with-
Claim No. 3215, Millison Supply
Co.. pupplies, allowed, supply fund.
Claim No. 3216, Steele & Lyons,
$2.<t0. oil and gasoline, allowed con-
riMm No. 3217, R. B. Hayes,
$50.no, attending Mrs. Minnie Gray,
allowed, court fund.
Claim No 3218, G. P. Murphy.
$fi.00, returning ballot boxeB, Nov.,
19in, allowed, contingent fund.
Claim No. 3219, Nettie B. Lynch,
$19.45, stamps and express, al-
lowed. supply fund.
Claim No. 3220, Nettie B. Lynch,
$100.00, salary as county superin-
tendent for August, allowed, salary
Claim No 3221, Mattie Carson,
$50.00, salary as deputy county su-
perintendent, for August, allowed,
ty dourt at Hooker, for August, al-
lowed, court fund.
Claim No. 3242, I. V. Martin,
$50.00, salary as deputy clerk of the
district court, for August, allowed,
Claim No. 3243, June Farr, $75.00
salary as deputy county treasurer,
for August, allowed, salary fund.
Claim No, 3244, F. M. Sheehan.
$24.00, work in county clerk's office,
allowed, salary fund.
Claim No. 3245, A. F. Burch,
$10.00, stamps and express, for Aug-
ust, allowed, supply fund.
Claim No. 3246, A. F. Burch,
$150.00, salary as county clerk for
August, allowed, salary fund.
Claim No. 3247, H. J. Hollman,
$75.00, salary as deputy county
clerk, for August, allowed, salary
Claim No. 3248, A. L. Mordt
Land, Co., $75.00, rent for county
surveyor's office, rejected.
Claim No. 3249, Otto Bartels,
$2.00, scavenger work, allowed,
Claim No. 3250, J. C. Williamson,
$3.66, stamps for August, allowed,
Claim No. 3251, J. C. Williamson,
$150.00, salary as register of deeds,
for August, allowed, salary fund.
Claim No. 3252, J. G. Binkley,
$75.00, salary as deputy register of
deeds, for August, allowed, salary
Calim No. 3253, W. R. D. Smith,
$150.00, salary as county treasurer,
for August, allowed, salary fund.
Claim No. 3254, W. R. D. Smith,
$10.25, stamps, for August, allowed,
Claim No. 3255, Wanser & Hamil-
ton, 35c., supplies, allowed, supply
Claim No. 3256, H. A. Salter,
$5.00, stamps and express, allowed,
Claim No. 3257, H. A. Salter,
$85.00, reproducing civil appearance
docket, allowed, supply fund.
Claim No. 3258, H. A. Salter,
$75.00, salary as clerk of county
court, for August, allowed, court
Claim No.3259, W. C. Crow, $2.90
railroad fare to Hooker to attend
Hooker school furnishes the follow-
ing report for the 1st week:
Total enrollment. 131; Average en-
rollment, 159.7; Average daily attend-
ance. 126.7; Percent of attendance,
Parents are asked to co-operate
with the teachers to scure the best re-
sults and to make this year the best
in the history of Hooker schools. In
order to do this we especially ask the
parents to see that pupils are present
every day and alwavs on time. Tar-
diness is a habit which has caused
the failure of many business men.
The habit of promptness is acquired
in childhood so let us cultivate it this
The pupils have been asked to re-
frain from keeping late hours except
on Friday and Saturdav nights, and
we ask too that parents require their
children to refrain from going to
parties or other entertainments which
hold late hours, except on the above
mentioned evenings. This require'
ment is essential to efficient school
work and we hope to make this year
count for the pupils of Hooker
L. E. Rathbttn.
Mrs. A. J. Chaffee Dead
Mrs. A. J Chaffee, wife of the deep
well contractor, died at their home
here last Friday afternoon at 5:30.
She was taken seriously sick a day
or two after she arrived in Hooker
and never regained enough strength
to leave her bed.
All that medical assistance, a train-
ed nurse and willing hands could do
for the sufferer was done but she
gradually sank away and at the time
. . . . . . , mentioned her spirit returned to the
adourned terms of court, in August, I , , ...
allowed, court fund. God who £ave blrih We were un"
Claim No. 3260, W. C. Crow.
$166.65, salary as county judge, for
August, allowed, court fund.
Claim No. 3261, Croley-Crow Drug
Co., $1.50, prescriptions for poor, al-
lowed, poor and insane fund.
Claim No. 3262, A. D. Hopkins,
$41.60 auto service to Beaver county
to look for murdered man supposed
to be Scotty, allowed, court fund.
Claih,. No. 3263, T. L. Gray, $1.00.
keys for handcuffs, allowed, supply
Claim No. 3264, H. C. Parcells.
$150.00. salary clerk of district
court, for August, allowed court
Claim No. 3265, A. L. Hiebert.
$1.75, printing, allowed, supply fund.
Claim No. 3266, J. V. Farr, $11.55
fees, allowed, court fund.
Claim No. 3267, W. C. Henderson.
$20.00, salary as deputy sheriff Aug-
ust. allowed, salary fund.
Claim No. 3268. W. C. Henderson.
$6.50, mileage, allowed court fund.
Claim No. 3269, D. H. Chenault,
$10.00, fees and mileage to Hooker,
court, allowed, court fund.
Claim No. 3270. p. H. Chenault,
$166.66. Balary of sheriff for August,
allowed, salary fund.
Claim No. 3271, D. H. Chenault,
mileage for attending adjourned term
of Hooker court, allowed, court fund.
Claim No. 3272. D. H. Chenault.
$7.80, expense in trip to Beaver
county in search of murdered man
supposed to be Scotty, allowed, court
Claim No. 3273. Wm. Goodnight,
$3.75, drayage, allowed contingent
Claim No. 3274. G. T. Jackson et-
al. $125.(0 for taking agricultural
statistics, allowed, contingent fund
Claim No. 3275, Guymon Herald.
$28.67, publishing, allowed, contin-
Claim No. 3276
^ *13^.95, supplies.
Claim No. 32
able to get the particulars as the body
was shipped to Oblong, Illinois, her
former home, Saturday morning for
Twu brothers and one son of the
deceased arrived Saturday after-
noon in response to a telegram but
took the first train back again as the
train bearing the body of their moth
er and sister had passed them between
here and Kansas City.
Jack has made many friends
his short stay with us whom we join
in extending the hand of sympathy
this hour of affliction.
Claim No. 3222, 0. L. Clark. $20.
Liberal Saturday to attend the circus j salary as deputy sheriff, for August,
and returned SundayJn a new Buick j ^3^ j M Da8hlel,
automobile which John bought while | 540.00. salary as janitor, for August.
there. allowed, court fund.
„ . „ , .. _ . Claim No. 3224, Hall Lithograph-
Carter Prine went to Bucklin Satur- j inj? Co j76.io, supplies, allowed
day morning and returned Sunday j supply fund.
afternoon, Carter savs he went on | Claim No. 3225, Oklahoma Bank
business,and. well, we don't doubt it I a"d 0f*ce Supply Co $9.30, sup-
1 j plies, allowed, supply fund.
al *''• Claim No. 3226. Oklahoma Bank
Mrs. T. J. Conover is having the and Office Su
, . „ „ 1 allowed.
house formerly occupied by G. S. j CIa,m No 3227 0klaIloma BanK j "'V ■
Lashlev treated to a new coat of an^ office Supply Co.. $49.35. sup- 1 K : f Power
paint. There are others who might1 plies, allowed, supply Tund. r°rJ*11-f ror Ausust,
MP th« look, „l thiogs l>i -CtoW No'. SJ7J to. CooMI
likewise. Dlv fund Lumber company. $36.4*. bridge raa-
. t44o M„in„ r.rtM «a o, terial. allowed, road and bridge fund
Milburn Wheeler, «.rd Com, y . N'°' "' • J"° « •««
representative in the last legislature | galary fund
was here Wednesday on business and | claim No. 3230. Walter Carruth-
dropped into our office to talk poii-1 ers. $4.00, work in county clerk's
tics a little while. Mr. Wheeler is 1 offlce. al,"wed- "®la,7 fu1nd AA
_ . . ,, Claim No. 3231, Haiel Kear, $2.00,
an ex-new,paper man and 1. well WQrk ,n cQunty nerk.# office a,.
posted on what is happening in the lowed, salary fund.
I world. I Claim No. 3232. D. H. Chenault.
_ _ j 13.00. stamps for July and August.
Rev. Davis went to Guymon Tues- allpvied 8uppiy fund.
where they will visit until u. is. gets ] response to a message from Claim No. 3233, D. H. Chenault,
his business here wound up after Baird that bis little girl was $4.00, mileage to Hooker, allowed.
which they will make their home in ,,ck ^ child died lhlit court fund.
Pittsburg, Kansas, where they have nigfat and was burie<1 ln lhe Guymon CoC * ^ .^plies'J°38w2i£S
property, rhese people have been wmeUfry Wednesday. Rev. Baird piy fund.
here several years aud we regret bas made many friends in bis visits Claim No. 3235. Dor soy Printing
see tbem leave. here wbom ^ joio ln extending the IP0 - supplies, allowed. $21 00
Co., $2.:i0. light
telephone service, allowed, contin-
Claim No. 3280. Robertson Bros..
$13.20, supplies for poor, allowed.
$3.20. poor and insane fund.
Claim No. 3281. Star Mercantile
Co.. $5.00, supplies for poor, allowed
poor and insane fund.
Claim No. 3282, Mrs. J. K. Hitch.
$20.00, making clothes for Edmons
children that are to be taken to fee-
ble minded institute at Enid, allowed
poor and insane fund.
Claim No. 3283. D. H. Chenault
$16.50. boarding prisoners, allowed
Claim No. 3284. J O. Tucker.
Hooker Has Another Fire
Early Mondav morning the cry of
fire was again heard iu our town and
a short time the barn belonging to
B. Fresenborg was burned to the
ground. The tire must have started
n the hay mow as when it was first
seen flames were coming thru the roof.
Two horses were in the bam at the
time but were saved by quick work of
>ome of the first arrivals at the fire.
Mr. Fresenborg was in the country
at the time of the fire and no one
seems to know just how it started
There was considerable hay and feed
stored in the bam at the time which
caused it to burn very rapidly. As
luck would have it there was very lit-
tle wind that morning but had it come
from the east it would have been a
hard job to save the Walker lumber
yard with what little wind there was
The barn was partly covered by in
The Santa Fe Cut-off
Misses Every Town
That Santa Fe extension from
Dodge City southwest will be "straight
as the crow flies."
This is the announcement that comes
from Santa Fe circles. It is given out
that the road will extend from Dodge
City to Colmor, N. M., in as straight
a line as it is possible to build.
It will extend for 157 miles straight
as a rule, without a curve and without
a grade exceeding seven feet to the
mile. It will be an air line in every
The country in southwestern Kansas
to be traveresed bv the new cut-off is
absolutely level. There are no hills,
no big streams, no steep grades,
nothing to require a railway curve or
deviation from a straight line.
There are no big towns, either, and
the new road will not go out of its
way to hit a town. In fact, in the
five counties to be traversed by the
cut-off, Gray, Haskell, Grant, Stevens
and Morton, the county seats will be
all missed and four of these county
seats are now without railroads.
The new railroad will miss Santa
Fe, countv seat of Haskell county by
6 miles; Ulysses, county seat of Grant
county, by 26 miles; Hugoton, countv
seat of Stevens county, by 12 milef,
and Richfield, county seat of Morton
county, by 28 miles.
All of these county seat towns will,
it is expected, move to the railroad.
The Santa Fe company has bought
the land through which the new line
will run, and expects to start a num-
ber of new towns along the cut-off, one
of them in the southwest corner of
Morton county, to be a railroad div-
Officials of the Santa Fe baye bought
19,000 acres in Gray county, 15,000
acres in Haskell, 17,000 acres in Sew-
ard, 43,000 acres in Grant, 40.000 in
Stevens and 100,000 in Morton county.
The deeds to all this land have been
issund to the Santa Fe Land company,
the price paid being an average of #7
Along the entire route of the new
cut-off not a town is touched by the
new read. All of the towns will be
brand new on this line of railway,
although some of them may bear the
old names, when towns move to the
But it isn't considered very remark-
able down in southwest Kansas to
move towns. Ulysses was moved three
miles to a new location a few years
ago, the job being done over night, to
get into a more favorable location
The new cut-off will make the Santa
Fe line from Chicago to the Pacific
coast nearly 100 miles shorter, and
will save nearly four hours in time for
the through trains.
It will have the distinction of being
the longest straight stretch of railroad
in the world—Wichita Eagle.
Notice to Entrymen
Under an act of Congress recently en-
acted and approved August 16, 1911,
you are hereby relieved from the ne-
cessity of residence and cultivation
upon your lands from August 19. 1911
to April 15, 1912. and that the time of
actual absence during the period
named, shall not be deducted from the
full tiuie of residence as is required by
law. I also call your attention to the
fact that five year actual residence
starts from the date of establishing
residence on this land is now neces-
sary in all five year proofs; the per-
iod of constructive residence hereto-
fore allowed, and which has been er-
roneously practiced, has been oan
celled, and no patent will issu? un- __
^ *perloa i*-"^
Yours very truly, j new undertaking.
Samuel Ecker. ]
U. S Com'r.
Poultry Business Change
The poultry and egg business for-
merly conducted by J. J. Parham has
been purchased by Oscar C. Conwili
and the new proprietor took chargt
Oscar will undoubtedly make a
success of the venture as he has
worked for The System company for
some time and understands the poul-
try business from the ground up and
will transfer the good will of that in-
stitution's patrons with whom he has
come in contact to his own account
when they have anything to sell in
Mr. Parham said he wanted a rest
and Intends to take his family to the
Hutchinson fair the latter part of this
month after which be Is undecided as
to what line of business be will engage
ic. However, they will return to
Hooker and intend to remain here.
We are glad to see Oscar launch
out in a business for himself and wish
R. H. Mayer Buys Property !
An important business deal was con-1
(Hooker a Good Broom Corn
Hooker is right in line this year
In this issue you will find the min- hand of sympathy.
utes of the county commissioners*
proceedings. We have made ar-
rangements with the Guymon Herald
whereby they will send us the type for
this every month and we can publish
it the same week they do.
Card of Thanks
We wish to thank our friends and
neighbor* for U>? many acta of help
and fcvmpathv shown us during the
sickness and death of our little child.
Mr. aso Mrs. Coy Lassitbr.
Lest week the Advance came out
all home print for the reason that our
ready prints failed to arrive on lime.
Tha serial story wbieh was running
on the inside pa«e« closed with that
number and any of oar readers who parties Knowing tlx
were keeping track of it can obtain to me will pieaae call
the last installment by calling at the once
Having sold my
, supply fund.
Claim No. 3236. W. H. Caatleber-
ry. $23.10 fees, rejected.
Claim No. 3237. W. H Davis.
$3.00, work on bridge, allowed road
and bridge fund.
Board adjourned until 8:30 p
Hoard met at 8:30 p
Claim No. 3238. J. M Helnecke.
$152 70, service* as examiner, al-
lowed. $1A9.30. rontlniceat fund.
I Claim No 323$. C Summers *
IBoos. $21.*6. clothing for feeble
minded, allowed, poor and insane
c*al busineas all fund
mselves indebted Claim No. 3240, F. W. Roddy.
and settle at'"0" a,,ow*d-
I Claim No. J241. F W. Roddy.
K N. Carper | $50 00. salary as clerk of the coun-
u„m wo j „ summated this week whereby R H. with a good broom corn market; as
$60 00 salary as Jailer for August. Mayer becomes the owner of the lot ( htgh as #110 per ton was paid for corn
allowed, salary fund | and bulldtng formerly owned and used . week Several buyers, each
* ..... t OCT .. .-kUu av o ctrkM anH t ho
Board adjourned until 8:00 a
Wednesday. Sept. 6th.
IV *rd met Wednesday, at 8:00 a.
m . all members present.
Claim No. 3285. W C. Henderson
$6.00. opening court at Hooker, al-
ali mem- lowed court fund
Claim No. 3286. B M. Ballinger.
$45.83. salary as county commission-
er for Aurust, allowed, salary hind.
Claim No. 3287. T W. Clayton.
$45.83. salary as county commis-
sioner for Aigsit. allowed salary
Claim No. 3S88. Al Lawder. $45.83
salary u county commissioner. Aug-
ust. allowed, salary fund.
Claim No 32R! W. H. Langston.
$5 00 examination Insane, allowed.
(Continued on last page.)
bv G. S. Lashlev as a store and the , , , „ l_
three adjoining lots formerly used by bu"n* fo[ different firm, are h.
E N. Carper as a coal yard. town and broom corn raiser* can rest
Bob contemplates adding to the assured that they will get the highest
present building another "ne aboulL|rket prlff for their brush if the*
the same size and length which will m.rket
make him a store of at .east 50x70 feet. br,n* 1110 «"•
We are very glad to be able to an-
nounce such a Oeal as it shows Bob
still has great faith in the future of
this country or be would not be invest-
ing so heavily. We might add. he
has been r inning his store in rented
Brick Store for Rent
I have a brick store building °«
Msin street for rent Sire 24x60
lequire of D. J. Hiebert. tf.
Card of Thanks
We wish to thank our kind neigh-
I i>ors and friends for the many acts t f
help and sympathy rendered dunrg
the sickness and death of oar baby
MR. axd W. D Duos
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Hiebert, A. L. The Hooker Advance (Hooker, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, September 15, 1911, newspaper, September 15, 1911; Hooker, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc272309/m1/1/: accessed January 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.