The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 46, Ed. 1, Tuesday, February 4, 1896 Page: 2 of 4
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Tllti LUAUJCK. GUTHRIJC OKLAHOMA.
i ( ond-elnM mall matter.
f tbt IeJer Printing Company
LFOLIE O. NIBLAOK - - Editor.
ihi'y Moraine l'apor 1'abllihetl la Uathrle.
t) IIcIkI Orjrn of Oklahoma Democracy
Thn Untclnt Orcn of r.ocnn Uonntr
TUBSUAV PKH. J 1806.
Tiik Daily Lead en aocopts advortls-
I iK with tho distinct and positive guar-
info that It ha double tho paid
circulation of any nowipapor published In
Tiik Lkadrh lllndery la ono of the bost
1-nMtutions of the kind In tho Woat and In
di ly turning out laraoquantlUosof work.
S ill In yonr orders for binding and blauk
i' jks and thoy will bo promptly attondod
Oie month dollvorod In city I SO
Unomonthby mall SO
Throe months 1 50
Six months..... 3 00
toe yo&r 0 05
fl x months t SO
J no year 100
Now Jual look up jonr Uncle Abrnm
Tiik aleniner SL Paul In a hoodoo
anil oiiffliL to get off tlio onrlli.
That Oklahoma City sUtoliooil con-
vention in still percolating in tho cast.
Tun Allison boom Is stuck fast in
the sand and the tide is rnpi'lly reced-
ing. Tub latest fad among New York's
41.0 Is knitting. A vory usoful thing
The last Cuban oxpcM.hlon didn't
float as long as Morgan's last bond
Tub Forakerosquenoss of tho Ohio
nltuntlon la becoming inoru donso as
tho plot thickens
Oklahoma is groat and wnnU ndvur-
tialug but all oyca need nut be oast
thls-wuy. Thoro nro otliors.
Ah to Louisiana the McKlnloy peo-
ple made the most noise mid tho Rued
folks got the most delegates.
It looks now ub If thoy wonldn't be
ablo to pull off olther tho St. Paul or
tho Maher-FiizslininoiiH light.
Si.Y OiiKiu.AMiicu was in Wichita tho
other day and caught a bad cold. He
could have caught a good ono for tho
Ik John L. Sullivan caros to throw
himself on a moving train it is Mr.
Sullivan's buslnoss and no ooeasion
Kansas reports that her oxporimonls
with Kalllr corn are a fall tiro. Some-
how tho Kaunas farmers don't suum to
Kalllr that 6orl of corn.
Tiik Spaniards have m.-t ivllh an-
other dnfoat in Culm. The attempt to
Iclll off Gomex by gull.jplag consump-
tion has failed iguoinUously.
It would not be a bad plan for a
wholo lot of good men who hopo to be
chief deputy marshal of Oklahoma to
placo their booms in cold storage ovor
Tnu next time the Capital sonds
Gov. Ron f row and Treasurer Tumor
to Washington it should provide its
readers with guessing coupons nnd
The Capital is giving itself a whole
Jot of unnecessary worry about district
clerks nnd commissioners. The Capi-
tal need not worry tho department of
justlco is not worrying.
No true Amerleun will wish pood
luak to the 800 men who have gone
from' Argentina to Help tho Spanish
troops in Cuba. Thoy are t mining In
tho wrong company and on tho wrong
side of the fence.
It Is now in order for some dis-
gruntled bump in Oklahoma Oity to
flroiu charges beonuM Justico Scott
Ioqb not attend ohurob twine on Sun-
days. The paper on which tho
qharges aro written makes the nicest
DmtiNM the past year Amorloan de-
faulter and einbowdors got away
with over 80000000. and within
elevon years the amount thus appro-
priated fooU up over 8130000000.
et it is a great deal better to be
Hon. Jok Wuur is uow in the oast
pressing hit claims for the plaeo made
vaeantby the death of Minbtor
Ruuyan. Mr. Wlsby poaaMsoe all the
diplomatic attribute for Mioli uu im-
portant station and hia appointment
would give universal alifaetlon to
l-tu hot of Oklahoma adiulror.
Some figures may He but not these:
In the thirteen state south of tho Po-
tomac and Ohio from Virginia to
Texas the number of manufactories
has inoroased since 18S0 from 31586 to
BO 170 and during the same period the
capital invested in manufacturing has
increased from $17M30.84O to $-407000-
This i8 a record little short
of marvelous. The agricultural pro-
SrJ.ot tho state named has been
almost as ramarkubif. tho m-roage of
land under i-ultivaf. u having in-
creased ruin 3407iil45 to 5J4ij .- I
aud tho value of farai products from
MllJWi.00to no.ltM0o. No coun-
try or eaetlon wliloli can sho auuh n
record as that need fear for tho future-
Prosperity of the most notablo descrip-
tion is in store for It.
NIX AN D NAULK
The summary romoval of Mr. K. V
Nix as United Statos marshal Is deplor-
ed by Itepubhoans and Populists as
well as Democrats. Nix is
a tireless worker end well
liked by all who know him
Hut the rule of the department of
justice nro stringent and in falling to
abldo by them Mr. Nix erred. On tho
same day that Nix was removed a
Republican hold over marshal in a
western district was requested to re-
sign for Irretrularltioe and failure to
comply with department practice. In
thesolectlon of Mr. Pat Naglc ns Mr.
Nix's successor (he department of jus-
tice and the president wcro prompt-
ed by the bebt of motives. Mr.
Naglc is a sterling Domocrat and
among a long list of candidate was
considered the most available. Ho is
a talented lawyer is active and ener-
getic nud well acquainted with Okla-
homa conditions. That ho will bo con-
firmed by the senato thorc Is little or
A MICAN HI'IHIT.
SlM'H Marshal Nix lias quaded out
hie line as u federal oflicial a number
of territorial papers seem to take keen
delight in lambasting him for alleged
wrongs. This Is a niggardly brutal
spiilt and caU u reflection on the
press of Oklahoma. Mr. Nix is unfor-
tunate liu lilt manhood (A unblem-
ished and his heart free from taint.
OmeliUlr. ha i temporarily under n
shadow sincu in falling to comply
with the inundates Inld down by his
superiors lie was shorn of tho oflicial
trust reposed in him but as a man and
a cilisen of Oklahoma lie retains tho
undivided conlldonee ofall his friends
and acquaintance. Aflor a man
Is down it ill becomes a
newspaper to heap odium
on his personal character and no
writor who has a spark of manhood in
his make-up has been guilty of such a
crime. Hut thoro are disciples of Judas
in Oklahoma and Nix suiters from
their arrows but Nix has friends.
It is rumored that some of tho bright
loading Domocrats of Guthrie nro sly-
ly vory slyly fighting Put Noglo'B
confirmation at Washington because
ho is from tho west side and is not a
mum bur of tho iittlo circle. Guthrio
tuiB the governor Dennis l'lynn Frank
Uroer Leslie Nlblnck a good herd of
town uows litll Doolin tho dis
tant aroma of tho recent legis-
lature and tho eapltol but
still she waqts tho 1'n.ltod States
and all tho territorial printing. Sumo
of these days tho people will take tho
whole cheese from the herd of swine.
Guthrie would be an excellent location
for mi asylum of broken down politi-
cians and thn independent order of
American Whack-Ups. When linld
goU tho capital alio will not attempt
to Bwipe all the cheese In tho factory;
"now molnd that." Enid Wave.
Tho Wave should bo fair. Uuthrlo
gave Knld the honor of the Zip Wyatl
death and a sensational tragedy;
Wlillo Oklahoma City reaped glory
from a statehood convention. As for
the chargo that Guthrie Democrats aro
lighting Pat Nagle It Is false. Mr.
Naglc is a Democrat and if a fight is
being made on him it comos from
othor parts if the territory not Guth-
rie. I UK fact that LTn'.td States Marshal
Nix wub r'oposel cuis no ice with other
Democratic clllc'ul" aud all this "gen-
oral shaking up" talk of Ropubllcau
and mugwump shoots is simple tommy-
rot. Attornoy-Genoral Harmon is pret-
ty woli acquainted with his affairs
and U also very well satisfied
with the conduct of federal
otllcos In Oklahoma. Simply bocauBO
one olllolal was unfortunato in disre-
garding ironclad rules of tho depart
ment is no rellcctlon on tho host of
other olllclals. Tho department of
jubtico is not Booking Republican ad-
vice and moreover rejected charges
will not be returned to tho senders
unloss uocompanled by tlto necessary
With tho close of this congress the
celebrated Indian lobby which has
nourished for fifteen years in Wash-
ington will die. Its rolgn of useless-
new has alroady endod. The momburs
of the lobby understanding this
patent faot uro beginulng to plunge
llku sports nud crisp bills aro being
airoulatod with reakloss abandon. It
is uow n common sight to seo Chief
Harris riding dowu IVnusylvanla ave-
nue in an open barouche with a sar-
donic grlu on hlu faeo aud a Mexican
cigar between his lips throwing lov-
leg gl ancis at the girls and one dollar
bills to the urchins. Harris roalUes
that he will soon be doing Othello
roles to marblo-hearts and cold feci.
Sojib drivullug worm signing him-
self A. 11 doubtless duo to the reason
that he never got further In his alpha-
bet writes the Cupltal asking what
"check there is upon possible robbery
in the school laud department." Ho
saye the "governor gave no bond"
and that "Mr. liliueoe has no bond."
Poor unsaolloped fool! He deserves
no attention but simply to oaso up
the draw on his brain base Tnc
Lvaukk kindly volunteers tho infor-
mation that the governor did give a
bund and that the eommisslonor who
handle the school funds is under
bonds of S60oa
Oi i A bra in Sua Is in a quandary. Ho
has lost what little iulluunce he
at ono time poeted and is now with-
out the elrele of tho two Republican
faetions of the territory. De olo man
wrote a pathotlc - te to a prominent
eoiigrwwraan iu Washington tho other
day in which he fcald substantially:
There is nothing more in the terri-
tory for mo. I am being betrayed and
knifed by former friends who fawn.!
I at mv feet when I was imrnn. i.
! - Ov""l' II
there nohanca for inc to get ti mood
placo under a caU'liot oftldftl during
tho next administration?"'
Drah Ilrother Honsley of the Rl
Reno Democrat should temembcr that
jealousy Is the worst of human traits
Mr. Mensley has many virtues and
many faults bnt he should not allow
the green-eyed boy to figure among
them. Keep your ear mutts on Mr
lienslcy we'll make rou chairman cf
another statehood convention some-
time. Cot. Haiinks and Cnptain Maker by
vigorous exorcise of the former's pitch
fork and tho tatter's whlekeriiies. hope
to carry Oklahoma forj McKlnloy.
Should MnKlnlcy be elected cot It will
bo offered lablnot positions. How-
ever since neither Isparlleular.Harnes
will tako tho Oklahoma marslinlsliip
and llaker the auditor's office.
Tiik Grand Army of the Republic
the Wo m on 's Relief Corps and I he
Sons of Votcraus "HI be able to keep
alive memories of tho civil war nud
prevent the I! res of patriotism from
dying out. Hut theto organizations
do not exhaust tho material which is
avntlablo for the purposes named.
Somebody will yet be heard from with
a scheme to organize the Daughters of
Vi.vtiX Is being harpooned by alleged
Republican friends in Guthrie. How-
ever if l'lynn makos ills Rood calcium
turn the crime of '73 will not be in it
with the. slaughter of l'lynn suppor-
ted in 'u7.
Zi-ltnun Kl 111 llolithii; Out
London fob. !. A dispatch from
Constantinople to the Daily News
says: Koportn from Turkish sou roes
believed to bo fnirly accurate state
that it is bolicvod tho Xoitounlis aro
still holding out. The Turku have
made several different attacks upon
tbo town but all have fulled and
their lossos are reported to amount to
10000. It is alleged that ftn.ouO troops
will be needed to capture Zeitoun. It
is believed that the Zoitounlis numbor
from 15000 to ?000i. woll armed and
provisioned for a year.
Tho Population of lexlro.
Mkxico Citv Feb. 3 Tho federal
census now completed shows n popula-
tion of 12.512057. The City of Moxico
has 33003b; Guadalujura 83870; Pue-
blo 01017; San Luis Potosi 00.B70;
Puchuca 1511 6li; Monterey .1083s: Mo-
rula 50.7.20; Zacatooas 40020; Du-
ra ngo 12180.
'I'flinii blttlngs l'lnitiicliilly Eiiibnrniiisoil
Ni:v Yoiik Feb. 3. Tho composing
room of tho Texas Sittings was Neized
under mi execution of S800. The pa-
pur is in serious lhiiuicliil trouble nnd
may bo forced to btispond publication.
Hunter's l'rlends Worried.
Fiiankfoiit Ky. Fob. 1. The ninth
ballot lu joint assembly for United
Htutcs senator at noon again resulted
in on election. Tho friends of Mr.
Hunter nro considerably worried over
thu decision of one or two Uepivlillciiu
members to vote for some ono else.
The call of the roll showed Pit mem-
bers present and voting. Tho ballot
resulted: Hunter (it; Blackburn 52;
McCreary 0: Carlisle L'; Kvuhh 1 Hate
I; Huekiier 1.
canl on tho
outside of of
fice door snys:
"tione to itincii.
Be back in ten
the man will be
there on time.
That is. for some
days weeks or even months
lie will. Then He will be
at hcune occasionally for n
day. He'll tell you he had
n headache a turn of chol-
era morbus or mnvbe he'll
he had a lump iu his stomach nnd
too miserable to move. The lump
was probably two or three ten -minute
The man who " lwlts " his lunches will
find Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets the
best friend lie ever met.
There is no case of biliousness con-
stipation indigestion "heart-burn" or
any of the rest of the night-mnre breed-
ing brood that those little "Pellets"
will not cure. They cure permanently.
Knlclito of tho .Ma cul) i' en.
The state commander wrltus us from
Lincoln Neb. as follows: "After try
:ng oilier medicines what seemed to
bo a very obstinate cough in our two
two children wo trlod Dr. King's Now
Discovery and at the end of two days
me cougn entirely leu tneni. wo will
not bo without It hereafter ns our e.-
porlunco proves that it cures where all
other remedies fall." Signed F. XV.
Stovons Statu Com. Why not glvo
this groat medielno a trial as It Is
guaranteed and trial bottles are free
at Sea ton hui drugstore. Regular size
30c and SI.
A few boarders could be accommo-
dated at Mrs Newton's 103 oust liar
rlsou avenue. liu
Mine Julia Arameuti is one of our
few American singers who have made
a refutation abroad us well as in this
country. She has studied with thu
leading teauhors both in this country
and Europe among whom aro Airra-
inonto of New York and Vianesl of
Paris. She has a remarkably full so-
prano voice of drain title power wide
range and groat ttexibility. At Con-
gregational church Thursday night
We. the underpinned having hoard
Tank Kue can most heartily endorse
hi m as a leolurer to instruct and en-
tertain and are sure that no one hav-
ing hoard htm will go away dlsap
Mrs. It. C. Stevenson
XV. A. Itoeworth
Geo It a ray
W. G. Millor
Mrs. 0. A. Curver
.). O. FoUr
U. M. Jtcsvvortli
XV. F. Carver.
Mrs. L. It Kimball
A. IS. Uentley.
Prol". .1 Htttoiihouss
cian al Jtoyal Hotel.
Kotlce to bnbtarlbcr.
Subscribers to Tho Leader who fall
to rcceivo their papera promptly ovary
morning will please report such fail-
ures to this otlice at onau.
Mine. Arameuti the dramatiu so-
prano way one of the soloists at
Sousa'a musical festivul at Manhattan
Ueaoli last week whero she met with
great suoeess.--New York Herald. At
Congregational church Thursday evening.
Art the Mtwtngen of Scrue tbo Telegraph
System of the human body.
Norvos extend from the train to every part
of the body and reach erery organ.
Norvos are like fire good servants but hard
Norvos are ted by the blood and are therefore
like It In character.
Norvos will be weak and exhausted II the
Mood Is thin p.ilo and Impure.
Norvos will suirly be strong and steady II
the blood Is rich red and vigorous.
Norvos And a true friend In Hood's Sarsapa-l
rltla because It makes rich red blood.
Norves do their work naturally and well
the brain Is unclouded there aro no
neuralgic pains appetite and diges-
tion arc good tvhen you take
The Ono True Wood I'uriner. All iImkkUIs. SI.
I'rrpftrttl only liy C t. Hood A Co..Xjwr-ll Um
u is rtin the best family cathartic
liOOU S Fills and liver stimulant. 20c-
Imllitiia Ashliory. Unlveralty
I'aculty says of Tank Kee: Tank
Kce lectured in the University Chapel
Thursday Friday and Saturday cven-
Inzs of last week. Tho lectures were
highly entertaining full of informa
tion profitable well attended and
well worthy the time and money of all
interested In China and the Chinese
Alex. Martin D. D P.-cs.; John Clark
Rulpath A. M.; L. L. Ilogora Pli. D ;
John E Karp A. M.; P. Wiley D D.;
P. McNutt A. M.t J. U. DeMotte A.
M.; K. Marquis A. M.; P. a llaker A.
M.; T. J. Ilassett A. M.
All personal taxes are now in ray
hands for collection. Deputies will
not bo sont out until after February
lf. 1S03 You can pay these taxes
here at the office any time between
now and then and save mileage.
W. W. Paintkii Sheriff.
Do You Want a CieanSlmreT
0. T. Vinson barber; shop near cor-
ner of First atfd Harrison. Clean
shaves the best haircuts; clean tow-
els. Skilled workmen. Call on Vin-
Unlike most proprietary medicines
tho formula of Dr. J. C. Ayor's Sar-
saparilla and other preparations aro
cheerfully sent to any physlcan who
applies for them. Uenco the special
favor accorded these well known
standard remedies by the World'B
Tenchcrs' registers best found
printod bound in manilla and cloth
for sale at Boyle's book store. The
law Buys these registers are required
to bo used by teachers in all public
schools Approved by Superintendent
For Trade Lots in good Ohio manu-
facturing town valued at 81200 for
Guthrie property or acreage near tho
city. Address "Trade" Leader ofllce.
First published iu tho Oklahoma Leader
Jan 23 1800.
Nollco for Publication.
Land Oflico at Guthrio O. T. Jan 17
Noticn Is hereby given that tho follow-
ing named settler lias tiled notice of his
Intention to mako final proof In support of
his claim mid that said proof will bo
iiuulo before tho Register and Receiver of
tho United Slates Land Odlco at
Guthrie. Okla on April 3 1890. viz:
Joseph Chamness for tho nw qr sec
13 tp 10 n r 2 w I M.
Hi ni'Tos tho following wltnoscs to
provuiiU ociiiliitiotis rcsiuonco upon aud
uilMvnMon o nild land viz:
Meritt 11 Prlno William 1 Eager Hen-
ry Wagner. Charley Nell all of Guthrio
A. N. J. Crook Register.
First published. In tho Oklahoma Leader
Nolico for Publication
Land oflico at Guthrie O. T. Janu-
ary 21. 1800.
Notlco Is hrsrol y given that tho follow-
ing named settlor has tiled notice of his
intention to make final proof In support
of liis claim and that said proof will be
made boforo thu register and receiver of
V. S. land oflico at Guthrie O. T on
A prll 10 1890 viz: -;
Lurid P. Annls of Guthrio O. T. for
tho no qr sec 30 tp 10 n r 3 w.
He names tho following witnesses to
provo ids continuous resldenco upon and
cultivation of said land viz:
Norman A Myers Lewis P Nelson
Woldon Maple Emll Falk allof Guthrie
3120 A. N. J. Citook Register.
First published in Oklahoma Leader
Jan 23. 'Ofl.
Notice for Publication.
Land oflico at Guthrie O. T. Jan.
Notieo Is hereby given that tho follow-
ing named sottler lias filed notlco of his
Intention to make final proof In support
of his claim and that said proof will bo
made before tho reglstor and rccolvor at
Guthrie O. T. on March 23 1800 viz:
Henry Preston who made h o No. 023
on May 2 18S0 for thi lots 0 and 7 and
e lif sw qr sec 0 tp 10 n. r 1 w I M.
Ho names tho following witnesses to
prove his continuous resldonco upon and
cultivation of said land viz;
Alplieus C Goodrich Qulncy I). Ogdon.
Cluu J. Gorlach Fred Madden ail of
Guthrie O. T.
Mm A. N. J. Crook ReRlster.
JFirbt published in Oklahoma Leader
Jan. 23 1800.
Notlco for Publication
Land oflico at Guthrie O. T Jan
Notice Is hereby given tha' tho follow-
ing named sottler has tiled notice of his
iuteutlon to mako final proof In support
of h:!i claim and that suld proof will bo
mud before tho register and receiver at
Guthrie O. T. on March 28. 1800. viz:
Andrew J Pennington for tho seqr
ec4 tp 10 n r 1 w I M
He nanus the following wltnossos to
prove his continuous resldonco upon and
cultivation of. said land viz:
George B Erunions. John T Hume
Thomas C Workman William Workman
all of Guthrio post-otllce O. T.
S0S3 A. N. J. Cuook Register.
Jan. S3 1800.
In Oklahoma Leader
Notico for publication.
Laud oflico at Guthrie O. T. Jan. 10.
Notico Is hereby glvAn that tho follow-
ing named settlor has filed notice of his
iuteutiou to mako final proof In support of
his claim and that said proof "will bo
made before tho register and recolver U.
s. land office at Guthrie O. T. on March
7. 15 viz:
lwls P Nolson of Guthrlo.o T.for tho
ue u.r sec lu tp 10 n of r 3 w.
He names thu following witnesses to
nrove his oontlnuous residence uuon nnd
cultivation of said laud viz:
wiuiam orearsou Ana row a Annls
Frodorlok S Home Emll Falk. all of
Guthrie a. T.
W7v a. ss. J ckook Register.
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First Published iu Oklahoma Leader
Jan 23 '00.
Guthrio O T Jan
Notlco Is horobv clven that tho follow
Ing named sottler has Hied notice of his
Intention to mako llnal proof In support
of his claim and that said proof will bo
made boforo tho resistor and rocelvor at
Guthr o. O T. on March 0. 1890. viz:
William llarrliiRor who mado ho No.020
on May o 1889 for tno nw qr or soc iu oi
tp lOnof r 1 w 1. M.
Ho namos th following witnesses to
provo his continuous reeildcnce upon aud
cultivation of said land viz:
David Chamness Klohurd A Hoys
Mathlas Goings Goorgo C Holt all .of
Guthrie O T.
3110 A. N. J. CitooK Itogistor.
First published in Oklahoma Luador
Jan. y 1800.
Notico for Publication.
Land Oflico at Guthrio O. T. Jan
Notice is horoby glvon that tho follow-
ing named settlor has tiled notlco of his
Intention to make final proof
In support of his claim and that said
proof will bo mado boforo tho roglsiorand
rocelvor of tho United Status lnnd oflico at
Guthrio O. T.. on Maroli3'lS00viz:
Moses M Llkos.of Guthrio O.T.for tho
lots 3 and 4 aud s hf. nw qr sec 2 tp 10 ii
He namos tho following wltnossos to
provo hU continuous roildeoe upon and
cultlvaton of said land.
Joseph II. Casall John Ellis
Frank Kills. James C Fllnn all of Guth-
rio. O. T.
S0i7 A N J CitooK Hagistor.
First Published in Oklahoma Loador
Jail. 3M ..
Notico for publication.
Land office at Guthrio Ok January 10
Notice Is hori'b) given that tho follow-
ing named settler has tiled notico of his
intention to make final proof li support
of hU claim and that said proof will bo
made before the reglstor and receiver of
theU.S land office ut Guthrie Ok on
March 37. 1800. viz:
James Thompson of GuthrlnOk for tho
lots 3.4 and 5 un.l the m ir of the nw qr
and also ten and forty -nine hundredths
acres in oxcoss In above tract. In see 0 fit
tp 17nof r3 w. of I M.
Ilonaunis the following wltnossos to
prove his continuous rofildenee upon and
cultivation of said land viz:
Ulchard It PIpos and Oliver P Caxey of
Guthrie Ok. and Warren Wall and
Thomas M l'atton of Mulhall Ok.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 46, Ed. 1, Tuesday, February 4, 1896, newspaper, February 4, 1896; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73546/m1/2/: accessed October 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.