The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 83, Ed. 1, Sunday, September 5, 1897 Page: 4 of 4
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Adams Yields to the Skill of
Hick Adams tbo notorious desperado
nod thlot wascapturod near Sapulpa
by Lon Lowls deputy marshal. A
fight took plBce in whlob Dick Adams'
arm was shot oft before he wsb cap
It will be remembered that Dick
Adams and one Lynn hate been com-
mitting depredations In the northern
part of the territory for some time
haTing stolen a lot of cattlo from Dr.
Farria Last winter Doputy Marshal
Williamson of Vlnlta In attempting
to capture them killed Lynn and
Adams made his escape. Twice before
this Adams has been In the clutches of
the law. hut each time succeeded In
escaping. This tlmo It Is hope that
h8 capture will result In bringing him
to speedy justice. Adams will be
placed in jail as soon as ho Is able to
SAW A GHOST.
Knglneer Ituna Orcr a Phantom and
Stops His Train.
WANTS A CONFERENCE
A Santa Fo passenger engineer has
teen a ghost. While the train was
running at a high rate of speed near
Hed Rock last week the engineer saw
what he took to be a man on the track.
Ho quickly reversed the eDglne but
the object was struck and the grind
was plainly noticeable qb the wheels
passed over It. The train was stopped
and backed up to gather up tho body
tat not li thing could bo found al-
though strict search was made. And
U still remains a mystery though tho
engineer is almost willing to mako
oath that it was u man and that the
engine Btruck him. The section men
were ordered to maUe diligent search
and havo done so but entirely with-
kijaaw Uommlta HultlUe.
Tho first instance of an Indian wo-
man committing suicide is furnished
by tho wife of Black Horse a promi
nent Cheyenne. She had been sick for
some time and becoming despondent
a few days ago committed Butclde.
The husband burned the house and
hurled the body in state.
Hew tfctiool Feature.
The school board is fitting up lab
oratories in the basement of tho Cen-
tral and Lincoln school buildings.
They will be handsomely equipped and
will be a valuable addition to tho
Prof Tucker has a flno collection of
insects which he has secured during
JVe School lIlRCkbonrili.
W T. Kelsey of Chicago has arrived
in the city and will at onco commoner
putting on tho now blackboards In tho
school buildings. Mr. Kelsey is an
expert in artificial stone slating and
was secured by Harry Ardcry who has
tho contract to put on tho boards.
This will mako a groat improvement
in our already c-collont Bchool build-
ings. Uovernor llaruc. Hume.
Governor llarnes arrived homo yes-
terday from Manltou whero ho has
been sojourning with bis family for
several weeks. Tho governor appears
halo and hearty and says ho enjoyed
his outing immensely. Mrs llarnes
and Miss liessle will remain in Colo-
rado a fow days longer. 'Ilia gov-
ernor at onco plunged Into a in a; of
work yesterday and expects to diih
out considerable pie within tbo next
To Investigate Differences of Cattle
men In Greer County.
Hpeotal Agent Ocorgo Carmlchaol of
tho general land efllce has rcturnol
from Qrocr county whero ho wont to
Investigate tho occupation of tho pub
He lands by the cattlemen. There is a
conflict between tho cattlemen and
the homesteaders under the present
condition Tho cattlemen havo large
tracts of lands fenced in pastures that
are subject to homestoad entry. The
special agent spont a week Investigat-
ing the matter and In order to do all
parties juBtlce Issues tho following
OrrnniK Okla Sept. 2 1897.
It has been brought to the attention
of tbo general land ofllce that large
tracts of the public lands in Greer
county Oklahoma have been and con-
tinue to bo unlawfully enclosed and
used wholly for prlvato purposes as
stock ranges. The undorslgncd is now
and has been for Bomotlmc engaged
by order of the honorable secretary of
tho interior and tho commissioner of
tho general land ofllje In an inquiry
as to tho truth of such allegations.
As a special agout of the government
In the performance of IiIb duty as
above staled he thlnkB himself safe In
saying that it is intended by thoso
charged with tho administration of
the laod laws that in (Irccr county as
elsowhere the rights of tbo homestead
settler as those of othors will bo
Recognizing the peculiar conditions
prevailing under the laws of Texas
before Oreer county became a part of
tho Oklahoma Territory tho special
agent has thought that a conferonco
botweon thoso roprsentlng tbo cattle
Interests and himself might help to a
better and quicker solution of the
problem of what is just and fair he
InvltcB thoso engaged in the oattle
growing business in Oreer county Ok-
lahoma to a conference at the United
States land office at 10 a m Septem-
ber 22 1S07 for the object above
Enclosed are copies of the land laws
having a bearing on the aboe mat-
ters This meeting Is of moro Importanco
to the cattle interests of Oreor county
than to the homesteaders.
Special Agt. Qon'l Land Ofllce.
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CITY IN BRIEF.
Rend 1. Newman's ad. on second page.
Washburn's circus will exhibit In Guth-
rie noxt month.
Farmer visiting tho city say the do
niand for cotton pickers Increases.
Sam Sboldon of Shawnee foil out of a
buggy and was dragged to death.
II. 11 Korr loft a sixty-pound melon
at Tbo Leader olllco yesterday.
Sutton's Outhrlo marble yard et a fine
monument for II. F. Jenkins at Norman
A. H. Richmond wants ox-Councilman
Crabb's. piano on tho council from tho
Wonted A good girl to do general
homework. Inquire at Lovy's lice Hive
Seymour I'rlco of Oklahoma City. Is a
candidate lor register oi mo ukiuuuub
Magnetic Matchless Marvelous
Bargain Giving at the Big Store. Your opportunity is now. Amazing Bargains
in every department. A display of seasonable merchandise beyond expectation.
City land ofllce.
Mrs. A. W. Necker of Perry
thrown from a carriage yesterday
wallowed two dralnns
Ho was pumped out
of carbolic acid at Perry yesterday
tried to die.
Old Chief Lono Wolf Saving Souls In-
stead of Scalping.
Skokh Okla. Sept. 4. For some
days a very successful camp meeting
has been in progress 6outh of here at-
I tended largely by both whites and In
dians and many conversions are re
ported. Old Chlof Lono Wolf who
many ycary ago at tho head of a
thousand blood-thirsty warriors whip
ped General Miles and his troops and
drove thorn from tho territory with
groat loss has been occupying the
nlatform and nreachlmr sermons
which stirred the people in a remark
able manner and a score o( people
have professed religion.
Christian church Sunday school 10 a
m.; proachlng. 11 a. in.; Junior C. E.
fljlG p.m.; V. P. S. C. K. 8 p.m.; preach-
ing 4 p. hi. and at 8 p. m subject "Tho
Way of Salvatloi" Illustrated. V. A.
First llnptlat church. Itlblo school at
9:15 a. in. Sermon by pastor at 11 a m.
Lord's Supper at 12 in. If. Y. P. U. at
7:18 p. m. Gospol servlco at 8 p. m. Pa-
ner. "Young uiirisuans as aom win
nor." by Miss
City Attorney J. II. Wright or Okla-
homa City was admitted to practice b
fore the supreme court yesterday.
Dan Kofer from south of town mado
Tho Loader boyt happy hy presenting
thorn two larno luscious watermelons.
Charloy Ingram came up from tho cau-
1 ml Inst oven ui:. Charloy s Millies indi
cate that ho Is doing
Fljim Vltlli the City.
Kx-Congrcssman D. T. Flyun came
up from tho capital yesterday after-
noon returning last night. Mr Flynn
ii looking remarkably well is in ex-
cellent spirits and uurrieu with him
his oM-time buoyancy and happy con-
geniality. Everybody was glad to see
Denuls as ho iiad not visited Perry
since the campaign. Ills fow hours'
htay among us bore no political sig-
nificance hla visit simply bolng to
shako hands with the boys onco more
and enjoy a few hours' chat. Donnls
has many warm supporters In Noble
county. Perry Enterprise-Times.
To Ulue I'liintaMon Melodist.
The young people of A. M. E. ion
church will glvo an old fashioned plan-
tation muslcale and jubilee at the
opera house next Tuesday evening for
the benefit of the church. Judge W.
M Museller of Perry will make the
opening address responded to by Col.
Dick T. Morgan of Perry. A unique
feature cf the entertainment will be a
ladles' nail driving contest. If you
bava never visited the south and seen
the colored youths in their favorite
pastime it will do you a world of good
to take advantage of this opportunity.
Seats will be reserved for whites and
everything arranged for their comfort
and amusement. Tickets can bo se-
cured at Wallace it Muellei's drug
store for 15 and 23 cents.
Harris. Sermon by tho
Trinity church. Twelfth Sunday after
Trinity. Sunday school tt 10 a. m. Ser-
vice sermon and Holy Communion at 11
a. m. Kvoulmc sorvlco and sermon at 8
p. m. Tho blthop will conduct tho sor-
vlcui. Friday Litany at n p. m. Every-
Prosbvtcrian church corner Division
and Noble. Morning service at 11 o'clock)
evonlng at h. sanuatn school at una a.
in. Christian Endeavor at 7 p. m. Rov.
M. L. Ho don oi Kansas City Mo. will
(111 tho pulpit morning and evonlng. A
cordial Invitation oxtonded to all to at-
tend theso service.
Tho West Outhrlo ConKn-gational
church will hold usual services today.
llible school at 10 a in. preaching at 11
a.m and 7:13 p. m. Morning subject
"Solf Presentation to God." Evening
subject "Character Determined " Wo
Invito you to worship with us. T. W.
Plymouth Congregational church. Sun-
day school 10 a.m.; church service 11 a.
m. subject 'The Path of the Just."
Y. P. S. C. 1$ at 6:15; evening service at
8 subject "God's Appeal to Man's Por-
soimllty." Good vocal and Instrumental
music. We Invite you to worship with us.
-Win. L. Dibble. Pastor.
IMunitn Your llmrrli Willi C'uncareta.
Candy t'Rlhartir cure lonxliimtlon loieier
lOe.fRe ICC 0 C (all tlrugKlsu refund money.
Highest Honors World's Fair
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Creim of Tartar Powder. Fre
bom Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THB STANDARD
Quotations of Various Staples by Local
Tho.I.M. Ulchardsoii Lumber com-
pany lias brought suit against tho Liver-
pool. London &Globo Insuranco compupy
to recover u lire loss of 1 1000.
Mr. Thomas Moore has a very compli-
mentary notlco from the Ohio Farmer In
regard to his "Elborta" poaches o sam.
plo of which Tho Lender has on ehlhl3
Los' On Thursday evening at or near
Mr. Scoloy's. on Noblo avenue a gold
stick pin sot with a small diamond.
Finder pleaso return to 002 East Springer
and receive reward.
Tho Woman's Missionary society of tho
vat. Kiiio r.nnuri'cfUIoiinl church rIvo an
afternoon tea on tho 7th Inst at tho par-
sonaao. 1014 West Noblo avenuo to which
..." ... 1 Mln.l iPlin nMiiinoH
ail are curuiuiijr iyh. - F...w-
of tho evening will bo used in completing
tho Interior of the church.
A Outhrlo woman felt something
crawling up hor limb and sho grabbed It
ulng h r dress as a glovo. It bit her
twlco sho leaped up and danced a few
stops of !tho Highland lling a centipede
fell upon tho lloor a iloctor was called
and treated tho wounds and although
tho leg was badly swollon sho soon re-
covered. Miss Sarah llosworth who was olected
to a professorship In tho Alva normal
school left yostorday to tako up hor
duties. Sho will spend Sunday in W'lcli
Hn uillli lmr hrnthar. Hov. fiosworth.
Miss llosworth is one of tho brightest
cducatow lit tho territory ana tno now
school at Alva Is to lo congratulated on
Major Goo. Carnilchol special agont of
thudepnrtniont of tho Interim j J. Story
Sherman of El Kono and Wlllard Staple-
ton of this city have returned from a
tour of tho Kiowa and Comanchu coun-
try. Thoy mado tho trip cloar around
the Wichita mountains and over Into
Greor county . M ajor Carmlchol sueceods
Major Poo as special agent of tho depart-
J V. Saunders has received from lion.
.1. P. Smith director of bureau of tho
....(. .... IV. ... ..I. linn ...Itl. Ltd fnmult.
raonts a copy of Handbook of Alaska one
OI a series oi puuiicatiuns uy uiu kuvuiu-
ment for tho purpose ot collecting and
distributing Information relating to all
tho various couturio roprosoniou uy iuu
government mop and u largo amount oi
very valuable Information In rcuurd to
tho now gold region.
Practice economy In buying medi-
olncs as in other matters. It is econ-
omy to get Hood's Sarsaparllla because
it contains moro medicinal value than
any other 100 doses one dollar.
Hood's Pills aro the only pills to
take with Hood's Sarsaparllla. Cure
all liver 111b.
Two Tonrd Novelty Cheviots llright Silk and
Wool NovoltlM Alhambre Checks Princess
Heatrico Serges Irrldeicent Novelty Suitings.
English Novelty Curls Fancy Momlos. All
worth from 76o to 11.85.
Sprint' Season Price 51)c.
Novelty llourettos Trossach Cheviots English
Covert Cloths Ilrocatollos Novelty Jacquards
Paris Poplin Novelties worth up to 1.7R
Opening Season Price 88c.
Novolty Cheviots Invisible chucks t'o toned
Turlequln multi-colored Granites novcr sold for
less than JOc
Opening Season Price -!)c.
Illaclt Mohair Granites lilack Ilrocado Sultan-
as. Ulack Nentuno Droches. lilack French Mat-
olases Ulack Paris Drapd'ete Ulack Broad-
cloths lilack Melroso Novelties; C9c for (1 vuluo
7.c fortl.25 value 50c for values up to 75c.
Tho bargain wonder of tho soason strictly all
wool iVoyelty Dress Goods over &0C pieces to
Choice Per Yard 19c.
7'.' Inch Tablo Damask all Linen Grass-
bleached (Irish made) -toe.
73 Inch lioavy Scotch Cieam Damask 38c.
Extra heavy German Cream Damask 33c.
Full bleached or Fast Colors Turkey Red
Youth's Long Trousor Suits sizes 14 to 19
absolutely all wool heavy weight fabrics In Nut
llrown Check Plaids etc single or double
breasted silk sewed .with farmer satin lining
17 50 and ta values
Cyclone Price $4.95.
Hoys' double breasted Hoofer Silts pine all
wool Casslmeros and Woisteds patoul waist-
bands nono over shown llko It for less than M. 00
up to W.00
Sale Price $2.98.
Hoys' heavy weight all wool double breasled
School Suits Platd Checks and llrown Mixtures
ages n to 15 years. Wortli up to $3.00
Salo Price $1.-15.
300 Hoys' Suit" odd n ml onds Itought at ono
half value; all sites all color' Reefers Middy
and Junior Suits Included.
Choice of Entire Lot 98c.
STI'LISH FALL FOOTWEAR.
Now ready ahead of all othors. In a word it's
shoo stock of the territory.
of Americas foremost shoo-
tno picKcti uest-t
Ladles' walking shoes lu tho newest lasts. New
llostou Now York and Coin Toos Kid or Patent
Leather Tops Thin or Heavy Soles; shoos not
likely to bo found unaer ft olsewbero. Starting
"Cyclone's" special School Teacher's Shoes
glovo lining g'orlously easy and comfortable
Unost llox (.alt or Dongola Kid
Ladles' Shoos Kangaroo Calf Laco or Hutton.
Every pair warranted
Salo I'rlco $1.48.
Mlssos' Shoes from 09c up.
Children's Shoos from 4'Jc up.
Infant's Shoes from Sir up.
Remember wo dovoto one ontlro Store Room
to our Shoo Department.
LADIES' MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
Ecru Fleece lined Union Suits 3uc.
Ecru Flccco-llned Vest9 and Pants each
Ladles' Scarlet Underwear bjst mado fiOc.
Ladles' Grey-mixed Underwear all wool 39c.
Ladles' Merino Vest and Pants 4Sc.
Ladles' llalbrlugan Undorwoai 2l)e.
Misses' Underwoar from 18c up.
Childless Underwear from Uc ut.
MEN'S CAST IRON FOOTWEAR.
Men's Solid Satin Calf Shoes lace or congrcs
worth $1.75. Choice 8Sj.
Man's Shoes Uox Calf Waterproof worth $2.50.
Salo price $1.33.
Our Mon's Shoo Department comprises over
10000 pairs moro Men's Shoes In tho Ulg Store
than there Is contained In all tho stores In Guthrie.
Grand lot of manufacturers' samples Including
every grade from fine to ordinary in whlto gray
scarfot brown stripos. from one of tho best mills
In California. Housekeopcrs boarding houses
and hotels neer had such an opportunity.
Itlaukets wortli $15 go at $7.
Blankets worth $12 go at $0.
Blankets worth 110 go at $1 75.
Blankots worth $S go at $3 33.
Blanket1) worth $0 go at $3.43.
Blankots worth M go at $2.19.
Blankets worth $3 go at $1.3S.
Blankots worth $2 go at 98c.
Blankets worth $1.5o go at 42c.
MEN'S FINE CLOTHING.
Wondorful Bargain Offering. Wo Start the
Ball a rolling caught and before tho rlso. Don't
miss tho chance. Men's Sulfs In Single and
Double Breasted Sacks up-to-date worth $s.
Sale Price $1.25.
Men's Suits strictly all-wool Chovlots tailored
high art nono better fitting. This suit Ig a
corker. We havo them in Plaids Checks etc.
Some exclusive dealer would call them a snap at tl'i
The Big Store Price $G.38.
Men's Suits Clay Worsteds. Nono of your
sweatshop clothing In oura. Every garment
union-made. Colors guaranteed. Sack or cutaway
Remember our Clothing Department Is the larg-
est In tho torrltory.
Are we here to stay? Guess yes. Why don't somebody smile? Our growth
has not been the child of fancy. Do as we advertise Polite treatment Money
back for the asking is what has built Guthrie's Greatest Store
"The Cuclone" Big Stores
Z. C. MOORE Proprietor.
DEALERS IN EVERYTHING.
103-OKLAHOMA AVENUE 109 & 111 DIVISION STREET.
Cotton UaliMl ILCiOJ-60
Wtmat (new) hn(t .. . tM6T7
Wheat (new) hard W
Corn ... 3fai
Hay . . UOiftOO
Onus . J.5o
Cblrkeiut. old I.MVfcLW
Spring ehlcVeim l.fCTt
Ducks ... t.n
QeokF . 0
BgKt . 6
Huttcr. ... . - NRI.S
Castor lisan I ro
Dally Ulilcaco ''
Notice to tVter 'Coniaiuera
Tho time for sprinkling lawns until
furthor notlco will bo between tho
hours of G and 8 o'clock p. m each day.
II. 0. Hahnsy Water Com'r
Kilurnte Your lloivela With CuaenrrU.
Cnndy Cathartic euro constipation forever.
lOo.Sfr. lfCC. O (all drtiKKlsts refund money.
Notice to Architect.
ou are Invited to prosent plans and
speclllcatlons for tho main part of a nor-
mal school bulldlnt' to bo erected at Alva
O. T.. at a eost of fortyllvo hundred dol-
lars (f I 500) material to bo stone. Tor
furthor Information addross
John L. Mitch
Secretary Board Kdmond O. 'P.
Veeder li. I'alno of tho old firm of
Hagan fc I'alno will contlnuo the
business of farm loans adding thereto
lire and accident insurance having
purchased the Barnes-Pelts agency.
tie has taken ofllces in rooms 10 and
bureau. Tho Handbook has tho latest 1 17 Qray Kros. building Division street
1 1 U U -4
I'. U. Hoyt Is over from Chandler.
W. II. -inlthson Is In Kansas City.
J. II Culllson.of Enid Is lu the city.
Charles Cotteral is down from I'orry.
J. M. Itay Is horo from Keokuk
Mrs. Wlllard Staplotou
Attorney James Cottlugham it home
from Kanas City.
clerk at tho Hoyal.
of l'ttrcell Is day
Keporied by J. t Williams room l Qray
trtock. Quiuric. Oklahoma:
Up to close of market September. IMT.
Article ' Opea j lllgb. 1mv Close
Wheat-Dec ei0tj i Ims tH
Guru-Dec UMtK W &Wh
CottOII-Oct M M-7 M M ) b6 M BTb7
l'ork-Dec 10 04 t9 ttt ; W M W
Wheat Corn j l'ork Cotton
Yet'a'y Coe Vth MS TT Mlj
Eatarprloo at Tiroiuiih.
A plaut for tbo uompresslng of cot
ton by tho new cylindrical method has
been established in Tecutnaeh. The
machinery has arrived and is nearly
all in place and the buildings covering
it will bo completed by the middle of
On starting up it will be supplied
with four eighty-saw gin stands ot the
latest and most approved make. These
fall far short of supplying the capac-
ity of the compress but the machin-
ery will ba Btarted with these and It Is
tho Intention to make addition! as the
trade demands. The proprietors are
Messrs Otto & bhawhau
M. L. Tumor and family have roturuod
from Olenwood Springs Colo.
Mr. and Mis. J. W. Shartall havo ro-
turnod from Excelsior Springs Mo.
E. D. Saulo and Miss l'earl Itobort of
Orlando have beon licensed to wed.
II. II. Perry landlord of tho Lovo hotel
at l'urcoll was In tin city yesterday em-
J. H. DrUgs. of tho firm of Briggs
Porbos & Co. cotton buyers of buermuu
Tex. was In the city yesterday. Shor-
wood IUU will ropresenttho linn here.
nistrlci Clork John Havlghorst eamo
.inuin from Porrv yesterday. Today he
will attend church and on Monday ho
will organize a Klondike company tlayy
always keeps on the right side of the
Assistant United States District AtUv
noy Boy Ilolfman Kovouuo Collector
Chas. Howard and Cnlof Doputy J'unny
Halo leave today for the lleavor county
court. They go by rail to Fort Dodxe
Kan. and thenco by toamacrt j country.
U L. Cohen tho fashionable ta'lor
will show you the newest neatest and
most complete line of tailor-made
goods ever shown In Gu'.ur'.e
McKennon Opera House
N. A. MANN Manager.
Mi concert id lie
Oiven by tho Membors ot ths
A. M. E. ZION CHURCH
Tuesday Night Sopl. 7.
Each lady accompanied by a person
holding a paid reserved seat ticket will
bo admitted free Provided that tho
ticket is purchased prior to Q o'clock
p. m. on data of concert.
L'rlces 15c and 25c.
Seats on sale at Wallace Jk Mueller's
The subscriber has a lev llrst-clasw trees
ot the above variety (purple to the tilt)
whicn nc win transplant in piace lor n:
cents per tree. ..mares
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How's Your Stock of
If it is running low let us
replenish it. We have every-
thing that a first-class grocery
store should keep and every
article in the place is pure and
fresh. We don't have to tell
you that. "We are just out of
it" we never let our stock get
as low as that.
Yours for fresh groceries
The Welcome Grocery.
CASES OF SHOES WILL BE IN
The Latest Up-to-date
For Repairing Guns Bicycles Sewing Machines Type-
writers Gasoline Stoves and Musical Instruments most any old
thing will do but it takes something of an artist to do it well.
You will see him at
Silver and Gold Flour
Is the Finest Flour mado from the beat wheat Rrown in the world which
took tho premium at tho World's Fair for its superior qualities. Milled with
the best milling skill in tho territory it costa no more than Hour that has not
its superior quality. Ask your jrrocer for JU If ho does not keep it and will
not order it for you send ua the dealer's name auJ address and your full name
and address on a postal card and we will tell yoa whero to get H or have It
delivered to you at the regular market price.
MORRIS & WILLIAMS HiiuUclirur G.lkrii 0. T.
It will pay you to
Wait And See These Goods
First before you buy.
Corner First and Oklahoma Ave. Guthrie Okla
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE.
' n-v -VV Sr
Educate for Real Life at Gapltal Glty Business Collie
115-117 South Second St.; Guthrie 6. T. ' "
Six experienced practical instructors. The latast and best business methods.
Terms within the reach of everyone who earnestty desires to qualify for good
employment and succeta. Call or write for particulars
fall Term Begin September 6 1897.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 83, Ed. 1, Sunday, September 5, 1897, newspaper, September 5, 1897; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74023/m1/4/: accessed February 28, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.