Farmers' Champion (Elgin, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 11, Ed. 1, Wednesday, December 30, 1914 Page: 3 of 4
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
v V .' "n '"
r r i
' -(-.. :-.- - -a. .
" "vu ;
ELGIN OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION
II is impossible
to be strong
and robust if
by a weak
.... a. a M
laZV llVer: but I
mj -awvBf uua asa
you can help
them with the
ClureVufold you woi
end that the i
deuced dyes they use to color rTnti.
.. v so lo color cl("iK i
will no longer bo obtnltinblo because
or uie borrld wall?
Heggle Dear dear! What's n fellow
to do? DwesB tu black?
Clarence If wo nro to dwess In
black I Bliall feel nltnost sorry niothnli
didn't Insist upon mnklng mo a clergy-
man don't you know? Clot olniid
GRANDMA USED SAGE TEA
TO DARKEN HER GRAY HAIR
She Made Up a Mixture of Sage Tea
and Sulphur to Bring. Back Color
Almost everyono knows that Sago i
Tea and Sulphur properly compound-
-.1 1 t -.. ..... .
ed brines back the natural color nnd
lustro to the hair when faded streaked
or gray; also eniN dandruff Itching
scalp and stops fulling hair. Yenrs
ago tho only way to get this mixture
was to mnko It nt home which Is
mussy and troublesome. Nowadays
by asking nt any storo for "Wjcth's
Sago and Sulphur Hair Hemedy" you
will get n 'large bottlo of tho famous
old reclpo for about 50 cents.
Don't stay gray! Try It! No ono
enn possibly tell that you darkened
your hair as It does It so naturally
nnd evenly. You dampen n sponge or
soft brush with It nnd draw this
through your hair taking ono small
'strand nt n time by morning the gray
hair disappears nnd nfter nnothcr ap-
plication or two your hair becomes
beautifully d.7rk. UrJcJf--and glossy.--Adv.
NEW IN NATURAL HISTORY
new in rmiunHL maiuni
Donald's Sharp Eyes Had Noticed
Animal That None of the Class
1 lo class of Httlo pcoplo were tell-
ing torlcs In geography recltntlon.
Each ono was allowed to describe an
nnlninl md P'o others were to guess
tho name. Donuld anxiously nwalted
his turn. When It camo ho began with
enthusiasm: "Why It's a great big
clumsy animal with n thick hide nnd
n tall like n rope. It has Utile eyes
close together big flappy ears a long
Hero ho was Interrupted by many
eager to guess.
"An elephunt" shouted tho first boy
permitted to Bpcak.
"No" said Donald stolidly.
Tho class searched their brains for
other guesses and oven tho teacher
was puzzled. Finally all "gave up"
and Donald was asked tho name.
"Why I seo pictures of It every
day In tho papor nnd so do you. It's
SYRUP OF FIGS FOR
It Is cruel to force nauseating
harsh physio into a
T.Mr hnrU nt vour childhood days.
Remember tho "doso" mother insisted
on - enstor oil calomel cuthurtlcB.
How you hated them bow you fought
against taking them.
With our children It's different.
Mothers who cling to tho old form of
physic simply don't rcallzo what they
do 'ibe children's revolt Is well-founded!
Yiielr tender Httlo "lnsldes" aro
InJurrVJ by them.
If your child's stomach liver and
bowels need cleansing filvc jonly dcH
cloua "California Syrup of Figs. Its
aeMon Is positive but .cnlle. Millions
o mothers kesp this harmless fruit
laxaUve" handy; they know children
lore to take It; that It never falls to
clean the liver and bowel and .wee .
en the tomach a.m mai "7"""''''
given today ave. a .Ick child -tomor-
rA.k at the store for a BO-cent bottle
of ".Hfomla Byrup of rig.' w cl.
fas. (all direction for b.ble. children
of all ige. and for grown-up. plainly
on each bottle. Adv.
They took that Junior officer oft
the jhlP to command th. torpedo
'gue.. that wa. becau.. he w.
SIVE A COFFEE PARTY
CHANGE FROM THE "TEA" THAT
18 80 POPULAR.
Hottest Can Provide Delightful Enter
talnmtnt at Comparatively Small
Coet In a Fashion That la
why don't you glvo a coffeo T Hare
' "" of one? It 1. llko a
Why don't you glvo a coffcoT Hare
tea excepting that coffee Instead of
tea Is tho chosen coverage and In-
stead of sandwiches and cakea of the
usual sort alt tho food seems to have
como straight from a German coffee
This rather unusual form of enter-
tainment Is given In the morning.
Cnrds nro sent out with the words i
"Coffee" and "From 11 to 1" written
on them. Or If tho "Coffee" Is to be
very small the Invitations may be
given by telephone. For one of tho
charms of tho "Coffeo" Is that It Is
In tho dining-room the tablo la
spread with a laco or embroidered
'uncheon cloth something rather clnb-
t n bo used-and In tho center.
. . . . . . . '
iilBiuilci oi nowers is a oik Buyer irnj
h. ih fn.ii. f m.rin
uni ..n nmnn .v r. ntnrprt i
on tho table. There are small Clcrmnn
nlmond cakes on a plnte covered with
n lnco dolly. There Is n cake board on
which Is a big coffee ring with n wide-
bladed silver knife beside It. There Is
a cheese cake cut Into narrow wedge-
Bhaped pieces. And there nro other
Oermnn Bwccts of the sort that can bo
bought nt a first-class Oermnn dellca-1
lessen or bakery or mado at homo ac-
cording to recipes In a German cook-
At each end of tho table Ib nn urn
or n percolating coffeo pot over nn nl-
rohol flame for coffeo Is tho only bev-
erngo Berved. It la served In Inrgo
c"l's breakfast size nnd with it uro i
. . I
passed cream and sugar.
German Doughnuts. Hc'o Is n recl-
po for ono Germnn delicacy that may
ho served with tho coffee. Scald n pint
of milk nnd while It Is scnltllng hot
pour over It n pint of flour llent until
smooth nnd then add half n tenspoon-1
ful of snlt nnd cool. Add tho henten
yolks of four eggs n tablespoonful of
melted butter a half cupful of sugar.
n cupful of Hour two tcnsponfuls of
baking powder a tcaspoonful of nl-
mond or other flavoring and tho beat-
en whites of four eggs. Add more '
flour " necessary to mnko a coft
dough. Holl out and cut and fry gold
brown. Drain on thick paper nnd roll '
German Apple Cake. For German
applo cake sift a pint of flour with ono
nnC i half tcnspoonfuls of baklnK pow
der nnd half a teaspoonful of salt.
I Add two tablespoonfuls of butter rub-
hln(r " n tllorouBny- ani thcn ndd a
)bontBn rKR nnd mlIk enough t0 make
a thick batter spread tne natter in
a buttered tin to the thickness of nn
Inch. Over tho top spread quarters
or eighths of peeled and cored apples
nnd sprlnklo with sugar and cinna-
mon. Hako In a hot oven.
Her Laundry Method.
Shave an ounce of paraffin and a
bar of laundry soap Into a basin of
water nnd boll for n few minutes until
the soap and paraffin have been dis-
solved. Pour this Into a boiler or-boiling
water and mix It with tho water.
Wet your soiled clothes In cold water
wring them nnd put them Into tho boil
ing suds noil thorn for ten minutes.
They will then require very Httlo rub-
bing tr any and tho finest piece of
fabric will not be injured. Thla will
suffice for a large washing; a smaller
amount can be used for a small wash-
ing writes a reader who says she has
washed this way for many years and
finds It easy and effective.
Ginger snaps mado from .elf-ralslng
flour nro very little trouble to prepare
nnd tho cost Is small. Heat a cupful
of molasses and When It reaches the
boiling point pour over one-third of a
cupful of shortening. Add a table'
spoonful of ginger sifted with three
heaping cupfuls of flour.
Put away to get thoroughly cold
then roll out very thin and bako In a
One quart bread crumbs half a
head of celery two eggs two table
spoonfuls butter ono tablespoonful
Bait one-half teaspoonful white pep
per one-quarter teaspoontul paprika
and a grating of nutmeg. Hub tht
butter Into the bread crumb. then add
tho eggs well beaten the scasoulnj
and thu celery chopped fine.
Twelve green pepper. 13 red pep
pen 12 onion rteraove the .eedi
from pepper. Chop cover with boll
Ing water for Ave minute and drain
Heat three pint vinegar two cupfuli
sugar two table.poonful. salt and poet
over above. Cook .lowly one hour
When Warming Over Meat
The best way to warm up a roait ol
meat I to wrap It la thickly greaaet
paper and keep It covered while la the
oven. By having It covered the etem
will prevent the meat from becomtaa
hard and dry and It will become heat-
ed through la leae time.
Te Clean White !
Perspiration atatna may be rmeve4
from white blou.e. wlthrat any trou
ble If ther are aoaked Before
In cold water te which a little
bonate ot soda aaa been added.
OR SIGK STOMACH
Time it! Pape's Diapepsin ends
all Stomach misery in five
Do norno foods you cat hit back
A.. Knnal l.i. v1r liafllv fnrtnnrA
"" - """ ""' ""'" """" ""
"' ' ump. and cause a .Ick
sour. gassy stomach? Now Mr. or
Mrs. Dyspeptic Jot this down: Pape's
Diapcpsln digests ovcrythlng leaving
nothing tasour and upset you. Thcro
never was nnythiue so safely quick so
I certainly effective. No difference how
badly your stomach Is disordered you
will got happy relief In five minutes
but what pleases you most Is that It
strengthens ami rcgutatcB your stom-
ach so you can cat J our fuvorlto foods
You feel different as soon as "Pape's
Dlnpcpsln" conies In contact with the
stomach distress Just vanishes your
stomach gets sweet no gases no belch-
ing no eructations of undigested food.
Go now make the best Investment
u ur """ " """ "'
cent ease of Pone's Dnnensln from any
- - - -
store. You realize In five minutes how
needlcsB It Ib to suffer from Indlgcs
tlon dyspepsia or bad stomach. Adv.
MR. BUSBY AS A HUMORIST
Of Course It Doesn't Often Happen
Dut on This Occasion He
Failed to Score.
llusliy I nee tif Turks lufro been
kicking up Hi' sand urouud tho Suez
.Mis. 11. (faintly Interested) Sumo
Ilnsby N'ooo! It's wnr. Thcy'ro
fighting Tho leport from llerlln nays
they've licked th' Iliitlsh army to a
frazzle. It looks as If the cnnnl would
f..1l l.iln !. 'P.I..1...- !... 1a
fall Into th' Turks' hands.
Mrs. II. (calmly) I can't see what
good It would do them.
llusby (leading up lo his cllninx)
Why tluy'd loot It.
Mrs. II. (Imioccnll)) Of what?
Hush) (triumphantly) Ot tho hard-
ware Thej'd take the locks of course.
Iln ha ha!"
A bt k-f silence ensues.
Mrs. IliiBb) (sweetly) Hut there
n;c no lockB In the Suez canal.
Ami It wasn't any consolation to
llusby lo remember that he had no
uuu but himself to blame.
Something In This Name.
In New York a teacher round that
n little negro girl was named Kertlllz-
"Are you sure that Fertilizer Is your
right inline?" she asked.
"Yes ina'ain" replied the Httlo girl.
"Well tell' your mother to come
here" said the teacher.
The mother camo the next day.
"Yes; Fertilizer is right" she said.
"You see 1 nnmed her nfter her father
nud mother both. Her father's name Is
Ferdinand and my minis Is l.tza so wo
colled her Fertilizer."
Wonders of Science.
A French scientist snys that tho bil-
lions or cubic feet or heated gas that
hnvo beii shot Into tho upper air
since the llrst or August hnvo been
displaced by cold nlr rrom tho north
pole thus causing the early freeze
along the battle line. On tho same
theory It may bo that tho safe and
Bnno Fourth or July crusado was to
blame fur our hot summer.
No Failure Is Final.
One or Napoleon's marshals Is said
to have approached him on tho battle-
Held nnd exclaimed:
"General I fear that the battle Is
Napoleon coolly looked nt his watch
"Time ror another bnttlc. Summon
the army to a fresh charge."
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle ot
CASTOUIA.n safo and sure remedy for
Infants and children and see that It
Signature ot (2L?tf&&U
In Uso For Over 30 Year.
Children Cry for Fletcher'a Castoria
His Own Fault.
"Sir your daughter has promised o
become my wife."
"Well don't come to mo for sympa-
thy; )ou might know nomethlng would
happen to you liauglny around here
the nights a week." Houston Post.
"How do you llko my new fence?"
"I'd llko It better If tho pickets
wcro an equal dlstnnco apart. What's
the Idea of building It llko that?"
"The only man I could get to build
She Kept Her Vow.
"Gladys vowed she would never live
to be gray-haired." i
"She has kept her oath. I found her
In a dyeing condition."
Howard How old can Miss Jones
Victor Old enough to call college
men "college boys." Judge.
TO TILL UNOCCUPIED
THE CANADIAN GOVERNMENT
ASKING FOR INCREASED ACRE-
AGE IN GRAIN TO MEET
Thcro are a number of holders of
land In Western Cannda living In tho
United States to whom tho Canadian
Government will shortly make an ap-
peal to place tho unoccupied areas
they aro holding under cultivation
Tho lnnds aro highly productive but
In a state of Idleness they nro not
giving any revenue beyond tho un-
earned Increment nnd nro not of tho
benefit to Cannda that theso lnnds
could easily bo made. It Is pointed
out that tho demand for grains for
years to ruino will cause good prices
for all that can bo produced. Not
only will the price of grains bo af-
fected but also will Hint of cattle
hogs and horses In fact everything
that can be grown on the fnrms. Wheli
placed under proper cultivation not
tho kind that Is often resorted to
which lessens yield nnd land values
many farms will pay for themselves In
two or threo yews. Caretul and In-
tenslro work Is required and If this
Is given In tho way It Is given to tho
high-priced lands of older settled
countries surprising results will fol-
low. There nre those who arc paying rent
who she Ul not bo doing so. They
would do better to purchr.cte lauds In
Western C'nnndn at the present low-
price nt which they arc being offered
by land companies or prlvnto Individ-
uals. Theso hnvo been held for the
high prices that many would have
realized but ror tho war and the finan-
cial stringency. Now is thu time to
buy; or If It Is preferred advantage
might bo taken or tho offer of ICO
acres or laud free that is mado by the
Dominion Government. Tho man who
owns his farm has n life or Indepen-
dence. Then ngnln there nro those
v. ho nro renting who might wish to
contluuo ns renters. They hnvo some
mcni'B ns well ns sulllclcnt outfit to be-
gin in a new country where all tho
ndvnutngos nro favourable. Many of
tho owncrB of unoccupied lauds would
bo willing to. tense them on reasonable
terniH. Then ngnln attention Is drawn
to tho fact that Western Cannda num-
bers amongst Its most successful farm
ers artisans business men lawyers
doctors and mnny other professions.
Farming today Is a profession. It Is
no longer accompanied by tho drudg-
ery that wo wcro acquainted with a
generation ago. The fact that a man
Is not following a farming life today
docs not preclude him from going on
a Western Canada farm tomorrow.
and making a success of It. If ho Is
not In possession of Western Canada
land that ho can convert Into a farm
ho should securo some make It a
farm by equipping It and working It
himself. Tho man who has been hold-
ing hls Western Cannda land watting
ror the profit ho naturally expected
has been Justified In doing so. Its
agricultural possibilities aro certain
nnd euro. If ho has not realized Im-
mediately by making a sale he should
not worry. Hut to let It Ho Idle is not
good business. Ily getting It placod
under cultivation a greater profit will
como to him. Have It cultivated by
working It himself or get some good
representative to do It. Set about get-
ting a purchaser a renter or soma
ono to operate on shares.
Tho department of tho Dominion
Government having charge ot the Im-
migration through Mr. W. D. Scott
Suerlntendent at Ottawa Canada la
directing the attention of non-resident
owners ot Western Canada land to
tho fact that money will be made out
ot farming these land.. The agents
of the Department located at different
points In the States are rendering as-
sistance to this end. Advertisement.
Ammunition Used In War.
How much ammunition does a mod'
em army uso? Wo shall not know
until after the wnr what tho Gorman
and tho allied forces havf ten ex-
pending; but wo know what the (lor-
tnniiB used In 1870-71. The total for
rifles was 30000000 cartridges for
field artillery 362000 rounds. It Is
worth noting that battles aro much
less costly In ammunition than sieges.
Tnn siege ot Strnssburg alone cost
weight for weight threo times the
amount ot ammunition used In all the
decisive battles and actions through-
out Him whole war. Of course these
figures are a mure bagatelle com-
glo with It millions of soldiers and
Its quick-firing guns and Its week-long
battle. Manchester Guardian.
"Put on your helmet an your red
shirt Silas there's a big fire down the
road a piece."
"Shuck.! I can't go. My shirt's In
the washtub an' the old woman's out In
the garden flllln' my helmet with a
me ot bean.." Birmingham Age-
Herald. Probably the most convenient thing
about a woman's figure Is her ability
to shift her waist line anywhere be-
tween her knees and shoulders.
CALOMEL 1EN BILIOUS? NOI STOP!
ACTS LIKE DYNAMITE ON LIVER
I Guarantee "Dodsons' Liver Tone" WHI Give You the lest Mm
and Bowel Cleansing You Ever Had Doesn't Make You Sitfcf
Stop using calomel! It make you
.Ick. Don't lose a day's work. If you
feel lazy sluggish blllou. or consti-
pated listen to tne I
Calomel Is mcrcur) or quicksilver
which causes necrosis of the bones
Calomel when It come. Into contact
with sour bile crashes Into It breaking
It up This Is when you feel that aw-
ful nausea nnd cramping. If you feel
"all knocked out" If your liver 1. tor-
pid and bowels constipated or you
have headache dizziness coated
tongue If breath Is bad or .tomach
sour Just try a spoonful of harmless
Dodson's I.lver Tone.
Here's my guarantee Go to any
drug store or dealer and get a GO-cent
bottle of Dodson's Liver Tono. Take a
Wormy" tbtl'a ht' lb mttrr of 'im. BleaMh aai
tf.llnitl worms. Ntarl bd dlitrmptr. Oo yon loo
to fro 'ra. look un-r Mo. uotri njio -m 10
Snohn't Cura will rtuunr the nmi Improve tho appotlU. aaa
tonr m nt all round and dnn't "hralc." Acta on (lands aDd Moatf.
full dlrrctluua with rcb bottle and aold bf ail dru.giata.
SrOIIN MEDICAL CO..
Not a Misdemeanor.
Colonel Carter had been playing golf
for but three months. Therefore when
tho secretary or tho club saw tho col-
onel playing his ball scverul feet In
front of the teo disks during a tourna-
ment ho thought the vcternn soldier
lint! forgotten tho rules.
"Colonel! Colonel!" he exclaimed
"you must play from behind thu tcu
The colouel'B faco turned red but
he preserved his dignity.
"It's none or your business sail" he
nnswered ns calmly ns possible "but
this Is my third Btroko!" Collier's
TAKE SALTS TO FLUSH
KIDNEYS IF BACK HURTS
Saya Too Much Meat Form. Uric Acid
Which Clop the Kidney and
Irritate th Bladder.
Most tolks forget that the kidneys
like tho bowels get sluggish and clog-
ged and need a flushing occasionally
elso we have backache and dull misery
In the kidney region severe head-
aches rheumatic twinge torpid liver
acid stomach sleeplessness and all
sort ot bladder disorders.
You limply must keep your kidney.
active and clean and the moment you
feel an ache or pain In the kidney
region get about four ounce ot Jad
Salt from any good drug store here
take a tablespoonful In a glass of
water before breakfast for a few days
and your kidneys will then act line.
This fnmou. .alt. I. made from the
acid ot grape and lemon Juice com-
bined with llthia and 1. harmless to
flush clogged kidneys and stimulate
them to normal activity. It also neu-
tralizes the acid. In the urine so It
no longer Irritate. thu. ending blad-
Jad Salts I. harmless; Inexpensive;
make a delightful effervescent llthla-
watcr drink which everybody should
take now and then to keep their kid
neys clean thus avoiding serious com-
plications. A well-known local druggist says he
sells lots ot Jad Salts to folks who be-
lieve In overcoming kidney trouble
while It Is only trouble. Adv.
I had a look at the now much-talked-of
Louvaln quite a pretty old place
with It. magnificent hotel de vllle
crowded In by the Impressive church
In the center of the town and It. In-
numerable other old gray churches
with long sloping roof the place a
perfect nest of nun. and friars. The
streets were lined with tho high walls
and closed windows of convent alter
convent and huge cluster of monas-
teries were on thu hills about thu town
many very newly built nnd modern
and the town was seething with
black-robed priests and brown bare-
footed monks and coped nuns. This
was the great Itotnnn Catholic center
where some of thu monastic order;
have their chief establishments. Tho
library of the university so ruthlessly
destroyed contained it priceless col-
lection or church documents. "A
Glimpse or Helglum llefore tho War"
Isnbel Anderson. In National Maga-
zine. True to Type.
The Customer These grand opera
phonograph records re no fcood. I
can't get anything out ot halt ot them.
The Salesman They are our finest
achievement. You never can tell when
these records wilt sing. They'ro so
temperamental. London Opinion.
A Gentle Hint.
He Once for all I demand to
know who Is master In thla house?
She You'll be happier If you doa't
find out. Philadelphia Ledger.
Lovers oft rush la where husband
tear to tread.
spoonful and If It doesn't stralgtt
you right up and make you feel Im
and vlgorou. I want you to m back
tho store and get your sior DeeV
son's I.lver Tone I. destroying the)
.ale of calomel because It I. real Mr
mcdlclno; entirely vegetable thereto
It cannot salivate or mako you rick.
I guaranteo that ono spoonful af
Dodson's Liver Tote will put yew
sluggish liver to work and clean year
bowels of that sour bllo and eomtl
pated waste which I. clogging yoar
system and mnklng you feel miserable.
I guaranteo that a bottle ot Dodsoa'a
Liver Tono will keep your entire fam-
ily feeling fine for month aire It to
your children it I. harmless; doeewl
gripe and they like Ita pleasant
"Mamma" said Httlo Lauretta "Annt
Mary Is ge'tlng awfully I t Isn't .net"
"It Isn't polite to say 'fat' dear. To
should say 'stout'" rejoined her moth
At dinner thnt evening when ahe
was asked what kind of meat ahe
would like L-turcttn replied; "A lit
tic or the lean and a Httlo ot the
The Shock of Football.
"How rough this sport of football
1st Whnt shocks ot Irresistible bod-
ies!" "Humph! What shocks ot IrreakU
Mnny a school boy's tlfo Is made
miserable by trying to learn the multi-
forn own nnt'flmsT TfiM.Tin.iii
rr Marino Kjr Hrmrdr forKrd.JVraS. Wi
ra and (Iranulatrd Kfrlldii No riawrt
juat ! eomlurt. Write lor Hook nf tl;
by mall rrr. Murine M Kemeay u..
The average man had 'rather be the)
author of a book than to make a mU
Always u.e Red Cross Ball Blue. DetlfMe
the Uundrtaa. At all good grocers. Adv.
A man would rather have ferta
.mile on him than give him the I
Bafcam of Myrrti
Cat. I ami
Tknmh- OU Bena.
Nail Weeea Fa
Ma SIrm 1841
Prompt Relief Parmaaent Geye)
LIVER PILLS never.
fail. Purely vegeta
ble act surely
dui genu on
improve the complexion brighten the eyes
SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE. SMALL PMC.
Genuine mutt bear Signature
Is constantly growing In favor b.r.ese II
Does Not Stick to tht Iro
and It will not lojura the finest fabrte. Ve
lauodry purpose it a ae eeasL M at
ataaieiec 1.3 mere Mereaieri
DEFIANCE STARCH CO.
W. N. U. Oklahema Olty Ne. Wttrtt.
fppa-aHea aaa BaaM)
It Ventre) I fMHMrllMl was MMVMeV
ft VjM VIWMH
rVtva) trevalw aji
T- F WVWeVi 'JrrZ- C
fb- T i
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Farmers' Champion (Elgin, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 11, Ed. 1, Wednesday, December 30, 1914, newspaper, December 30, 1914; Elgin, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc69589/m1/3/: accessed March 1, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.