The Millerton Progress (Millerton, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 11, 1909 Page: 2 of 4
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Fred F. Mayfield, Publisher.
France is strongly tempted to sub-
sidize the stork.
The average height of the Laplander
is less than five feet.
In sleety days the good citizen is
known by the kind of pavement he
England's turbine fleet already In
eludes 62 warships and 44 vessels of
the merchant marine.
Pittsburg girl eloped to Ohio and
took her mother along. Thereby show-
ing two varieties of good judgment.
"NN11h an annual saving fund of a
billion France ought to be very com
fortable 011 the proverbial rainy day.
Anyhow, Mark Twain has made
sure that his patent on Huckleberry
t inn shall not expire for a long, long
Thirty gallons of oysters were used
at a churcn sociable at Hutchinson,
Kan. Who says prosperity hasn't
A philanthropic but misguided fish
loctor in New York city has succeeded
in saving the life of a German carp.
tlmbrella Had Long Been Absent from
Its Proper Hall Tree.
"Stories about umbrellas." said a
New York physician, when that useful
article was the subject of discussion,
'are as numerous as fish stories, and
often test just as severely the
credulity of those who listen to them.
This is a true one: A patient tele-
phoned an hour after he had been at
my office one morning that he had left
his umbrella 011 the hall rack; would I
see that it was kept for him? My
servant found it. and that evening
while we were at dinner he called, got
the umbrella nad came in to thank me.
There he told a long story as to how
he valued the umbrella because he had
carried it a long time, and it was just
the right weight and showed a dent
in the silver handle which had been
made by his little boy when he used it
a hockey stick. 1 saw ray wife
smile while the story was being told.
She understood my wink, however,
and we said nothing. But when the
man had gone away with the umbrella
under his arm we laughed, for we had
recognized the umbrella which I had
carried out and never brought back
more than three years ago."
Too Many People Are Interested In
Mistake of Potter.
A curator up at the Metropolitan
museum Is threatened with insanity,
the cause being a small misnamed ex-
hibit in the gallery outside his office
Orville Wright manages to get about
3n crutches, which i-s some progress
toward his practice of ignoring terra
A Milwaukee doctor has married his
cook. Rut the scheme doesn't work.
Twenty times a day,'" declared the
harassed man. "people discover that
that china statuette out in the Frank-
in collection is named Gen. Washing-
on instead of Benjamin Franklin.
Then they burst in here and announce
their discovery and wonder that 110
one ever* noticed it before. Half my
lime is spent in explaining that we
know it well; that it was simply a
mistake of the potter who labeled it in
I ranee over a century ago, and that
we cannot change it, nor wouldn't if
Of course I tell them this courteous-
ly and patiently, and you know what a
strain that is when you are goiug over
the same thing for the thousandth
time! I d latch the door only there
tre too many employes seeking me all
day long; so here 1 must sit and listen
to the names of George Washington
and Benjamin Franklin repeated a mil-
lion times, till I wish that neither of
those glorious patriots had ever lived.
And it s driving me insane. I tell you,
its driving me insane!"
Just then the door opened and a
ladv popped in with:
1 here s a statue out here named
Gen. Washington, but I'm sure—"
And the weary curator, being a south-
erner. rose smilingly to his task.—.
New York Times.
News From All Over The State
With impressive ceremonies the
Connors State School of Agriculture
opened here Wednesday. The school
has a full corps of teachers.
Commercial Club Officers.
The election of officers for th<
' handler commercial club has result
ed in the selection of Clvde Grant
is president. E. G. Keegan as vice
president. Jake Collar as second vice
president. H. B. Gilstrap as secretary
and H. G. Stettm.md as treasurer.
The Fair association which was or
ganized has met and elected officers
as fallows: President. A. McBride;
1 wnH Vlce Ibidem. Cllve Lookabaugh;
struck In the center of Muskogee I "^'sSirtand "on'nL' ^
when workmen were excavating for Lew .,,, Monday the
Highwayman Hurls a Bomb.
Because he found no money, an
unknown highwayman at Muskogee
hurled a bomb at two boys who were
011 their way home, tearing the right
ear ofT Frank Williams.
Muskogee Sewer a Coal Mine.
A twelve-foot vein of
.... . , I organization will meet and nro-
1,as cnusp" " «<■<! to make arrangements for £
By Lydia E. Pinkham's
raise in the price of property in the
Mail Clerk Convicted.
Geo. McDow, former mail clerk on
the choctaw, running between Mc-
Alester and Durant* was convicted
by jury In the United States court
of rifling the mail and securing mon-
Just as soon
quit being cooks
as you marry them, they
A Parisian journal asks the ques-
lion: "Should actresses marry?"
should say the answer is:
Dften as they do."
We should imagine, from some oi
the rambling remarks of Prof. Huge
Muensterberg. that applied sociology
was a good thing until one came tc
silver and lead mines are. it
is said, to be worked extensively in
(he bleak district of Innishowen. Coun-
ty of Donegal. Ireland, overlooking the
Forget it is said to be the favorite
maxim of the German emperor. Our
?uess is that he has recently been
•ompelled to work his favorite "maxim
One of the doctors says cocktails su-
jerinduce pneumonia. He must be
-Tying to allay the fears that
:ain people have had
CHILD HAD SIXTY BOILS,
And Suffered Annually with a Red
Scaid-Like Humor on Her Head.
Troubles Cured by Cuticura.
"When mv little Vivian was about
six months old her head broke out in
boils. She had about sixty in all and
I used Cuticura Soap and Cuticura
Ointment which cured her entirely.
Some time later a humor broke out be!
hind her ears and spread up on to
her head until it was nearly half cov-
ered. The humor looked like a scald.
very red with a sticky, clear fluid com-
ing from it. This occurred every
spring. I always used Cuticura Soap
and Ointment which never failed to
heal it up. The last time it broke 1 . , ,
out it became so bad that I was dis- i Known to ami approved by them; thcrc-
couraged. But I continued the use of foro' thc California Fig Syrup Co. pub-
ventCSn«i,^ePW«°s weTand^as ne^er I £'*' * ^ ^
been troubled in the last two years. Perfect purity and uniformity of pro-
Mrs. M. A. Schwerin. 674 Spring Wells ,luct- which they <lcmand in a laxative
lo2' rw Mrh' F"b" 1908 " reme<'y "f an ethical character, are assured
T" Ie Props.. Boston. !,y the Company's original method of man-
ufacturc known to the Company only.
The fijrs of California arc used in ti.
production of Syrup of Figs and Elixir of
Child's Burns Fatal.
] \ era Storm, the 2-year-old daughter
j of T. J Storm, who was severely
■ burned about two weeks ago, died
yesterday at Terlton.
turc action, such as securing grounds,
the full confidence of the Well-informed
of the World and the Commendation of
he most eminent physicians it was essen-
tial that the component parts of Syrup
Df Figs and Elixir of Senna should be
The postofflce department has or-
dered that the Osceola postofflce be
discontinued after .Ian. 31. The mall
for that section of the country will
be handled by rurai routes out of
Cotton Gin Burned.
The old Mercer cotton gin building
In the south part of Watonga, burned
to the ground. It contained about
sixty tons of baled hay belonging to
McConahay Bros. Tne origin of the
fire is unknown The old gin was
0110 of the ancient landmarks of
Watonga. A cotton gin burned at the
same site in 189t>.
Louisville, Ky.— "Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Veg« tal>le Compound has cer-
tainly done me a
world oi good and
I cannot praise it
enough. I suffered
D*'th cf Mrs. Japp
Mrs. John A. Japp died at the fam-
residence, two miles east of Law-
ton, Thursday evening at the age of
72 years. She was the mother of
Representative Japp of Lawton.
Woman Burns to Death.
In attempting to throw a cloth
Into the stove Mrs. Thomas Owens
aged 21, caught her clothing 011 fin
and before the eyes of her two chll
dren, aged 2 and 4 years, she burn
ed to death in her home near Dew
ey this county. She retained con
sciousness until help arrived, toic
of the accident and died a few min
Alva Shelton Seriously Burned.
Alva Shelton. about 12 years old,
son of J. A. Shelton was seriously
burned by a gasoline explosion at
Amber, a small town near Chickasha.
mn • While playing around a coal elevator
that isVing put down on hi^place! came Ignited \he fank'was b£k ^
Meme7w,ta "°'S" 5T ."V *" «*'a^'te°
was drawing t^ ^ T"° Ch,,d —,eJ
well when the chain broke, hitting '
him in the collar bone.
I Shipping Live Stock.
! Our farmers are deriving
I now from- their porke
Those countries now adopting old-
age pensions may not know the trou-
ble they are bringing on themselves,
since the professor is about to show
us all how to live to be young at 150.
When it comes to doing damage,
men are puny things, after all. The
six months' bombardment of Port Ar
thur by land and sea did far less dam-
age to that city than the earthquake
did to Reggio.
President Roosevelt fs~expected to
capture alive in Africa for the Wash
ington Zoological park 'an oryx, a
kleene-boc and a kahau. Probably h«
will be successful. He has captured
?ven queerer game in the United
Not Afraid of a Ghost.
Tn a village in England, a month or
so ago. a man came running into an
Inn at nine o'clock at night and cried >jpnn„ tn nPnmofo ,
out that there was a ghost in his back | ,, , Promote the pleasant taste, but
yard. There were 14 men in the inn. j medicinal principles are obtained frorr.
and not one of them dared to go home j known to act most beneficially,
with the man and Investigate. There I To get its beneficial effects always buy
was a person who dared, however, and | the genuine—manufactured by the Cali-
and for sale
by all leading druggists.
Family In Oklahoma. now frrm Y i mono.
Parents of Neal Bohannon, who re-' °m thelr Porkers, seven car
side at Purcell. Okla., have received
word that the boy who is serving on
rrom Davidson and four from Mani-
tou since Jan. I. One hundred and
thirteen cars of live stock were ship
ped from Frederick last year over
th.-> Wichita Falls and Northwestern.
E. G. Wlmtlev has shipped seven
cars of hogs and one of cattle since
fan. 1. Last year he shipped from
56,1,000 to $70,000 worth of livestock
President Roosevelt's yacht, the May-
flower. was injured recently and has
already undergone two operations.
that was the landlord's daughter, i
of 14. Some of the men followed her ! '0rni? Fig 8yrUP Co' onl>'
at a distance, and she went into the
yard aud up to the ghost flapping its
arms about, and discovered—what ?
That it was no more nor less than a
man s white shirt flapping on the
clothes line in a strong breeze. That's
about the way all ghosts turn ouL
George Page Acquitted.
After deliberating twenty-four hours
f!ie jury in the case of George Page,
tried for killing James Wavbourn
last summer at Oklahoma ' City,
brought in a verdict of acquittal this
h. I si
ness, aud a severe
J ,ydiaE. Pinkham's
pound has restored
me to perfect
health ana kept me
from the operating
table. 1 will never be without this
medicine in the house."—Mrs. Sam'l
Lee, 3523 Fourth St., Louisville, Ky.
Another Operation Avoided.
Adrian, fia.— "I suffered untold
misery from female troubles, and my
doctor said an operation was my only
chance, and I dreaded it almost as
much as death. Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound completely cured
me without an operation. —Lena V.
HENKY, II. F. D. 8.
Thirty years of unparalleled suc-
cess confirms the power of Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to
cure female diseases. The great vol-
ume of unsolicited testimony constant-
ly pouring in proves conclusively that
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
pound is a remarkable remedy for those
distressing feminine ilia from which
Bo many women suffer.
IN ONE DAY
Record-breaking work continues in
the Panama canal zone. The total ex-
cavations during December were 3.261.•
">73 cubic yards, against 2.920.404 vardc
In November and 2.201.734 yards in
December. 1907. And with like prog
ess in other directions the finish is
steadily and rapidly drawing near.
A man in New York was arrested
ind sent to prison for begging for a
cup of coffee with which to sustain
his feeble strength while looking fci
work to feed his starving family. And
from the fact that so many great
-rimes go "unwhipped of justice," this
treatment of poverty as a crime is one
jf the worst travesties upon our mod-
Criminality of Waste.
If I wanted to train a child to b«
fhrifty I should teach him to abhor
waste. I do not mean waste of
money. that cures itself, because very
soon there is no money to waste—but
waste of material, waste of something
that is useful but that you cannot rep-
resent in money value to the waster.
There is waste of water, waste of gas
and things of that kind. If you would j aches. It is the best medicine I eve
wish your children to be tlrifty I ! aw, and I just can't keep house with-
would beg to impress upon them the ou* it-" She is right.
criminality of waste.—Lord Rosebery, 1
in an Edinburgh Address.
Katy. aged five, and a resident of
Americas seat of culture, ran to hi*
lather one morning, exclaiming:
"Father, brother George swore."
"Swore, did he?" inquired the par-
ent. grimly, reaching for the slipper.
"What did he say?"
"He said 'ain't.'" responded Katy,
Catarrh and Headache
Mrs Z. K. Goforth, 211!) Holly Street,
Kansas City, writes: "After using a
sample bottle and two 25c bottles of
Hunt s Lightning Oil. I am almost
well of Catarrh. It stops my head-
Cattle and Texas Fever
Great interest is being manifested
in the movement on the part of far
niers in the Gunge country to pre-
vent cattle Infested with Texas fever
ticks coming into the country for
grazing purposes. It Is claimed that
wo long as such a practice is allowed
it is useless to attempt the breeding
near Durant. Ok. Tie dirt was found | The 'armors
According to the information re
jceived at Oklahoma City, what is be-
lieved to be good gold-bearing quartz
has been found on the claim of the
Bryan County Oil and Gas Company,
at a depth of 225 fe^t.
Colalr Bone Broken
Charles Armstrong Acquitted.
Charles Armstrong, ex-policeman,
was acouitted of shooting at Officer
Ike Ashburn last summer with intent
to kill. The bullet went wild, striv-
ing John Weger. a saloon man. in the
leg. causing his death a few days
W. D# Bynura. formerly Congress-
man In Indiana, has bt
Here is proof that the courts are
not respecters of persons and do not
draw the color line. By a decision of
the United States district court in
Oklahoma "Zeke" Moore, a colored
man. is awarded royalty on oil land*
which will make him the richest negro
in the state. "Zeke" is also an ex
convict, but his good fortune should
Help him to mend his ways.
The fact that the new president of
the New York Central railroad says in
the next 15 years the railroads must
spend billions, calls attention to
what an immense difference it would
make if everybody was content to stay
in one place. It also emphasizes the
fact, declares the Baltimore American
ihat persons who have passed their
whole lives In one home or even in
jne town, or who have never been
a railroad journey in their lives, are
written up in the dally papers as hu
Original Wedding Cake.
It Is said to be a curious fact that
the wedding cake, that elaborate, in-
digestible compound so indispensable
at the modern marriage ceremony, is
the direct descendant of a cake made
of water, flour and salt, of which, at
the Roman high-class weddings, the
married couple ana the witnesses par-
took at the time of the signing of
But a Change of Food Gave Relief.
Well, Do They?
"Papa, when the cannibals
man do they save his Adam's
Try M iiriiic Itemed?
For Red. W -ak, Weary. Water- Eyes
Compounded by Experienced Physlnant
Conforms to the Pure Food and Pruiw
Pani At£" YfD^8n / 8mvrt Snntlie* Eye
Pain. Try Murine for Your Eyes.
j One poor turn deserves another
from the organ grinder s viewpoint.
are brought in after one
dipping and that this is not enough
to eradicate the tick, thereby en-
dangering other stock.
Move Affects Railroads.
Senator Brown'ee (rep.) of King-
fisher count, offered in the senate
a constitutional amendment to be
voted upon at the n >xt election, pro-
posing to repeal Sec. 9 of Art IX
which prohibits Judicial or private
sale of railroad transportation or
transmission companies of this state
to those of another state. This sec
n designated 'ion of the constitution has been com
by President Roosevelt a member of Mained of by the railroad corpora
he assay commission to examine and Hons, as a law preventing future de
f*st the fitness and weight of coins velopment of the state
-eserved In the mints. The position ;
s purely honorarv. .
,A Permanent charity organization
/ale's New Bank 'ormed here bv the various
vales New Eank. -Christian and benevolent societies
A new banking Institution is being It will be called the Chickasha t'nl!
organized for Yale, and it Is expect i ted Charities Officers were elected
ed to be In operation in a very short as follows: Mrs. R K W'ooten nres
time, as the Yale's State Hank, The Went; Mrs. H A Coiey. vice presl-
following are directors; W. H Nor-1 dent; Mrs. Reford bond, secretary
grave, prelsdent; Will l.auderdale. Mrs. Martin Coryell, treasurer The
-ashler; John foster. Jacob Puckett. object of the society will be the same
Carpenter, W. B. Hudson and as thos of all charity organizations
, —to relieve needy cases.
r/ ctckV ?•"? 'u,,p' 'Sir
the n..«.Ctik« ."Viii1': J""*"*™
caused by coldi it f'L. p i I «lna
teVhV,V'cbr'!i7e?r "k rSu^"' T m"''
low quickly "*
troa,T„i Sr.oi'k; ™
The Munyon Company, Philadelphia.
greatest of all pills^
Con«ti, uUon, In ljetton, he.
"liven the liver."
t Mandrake Pills
For 8«l« Rrorvwhom.
I lain or Sugar Coated.
^5 cen la a !>■>*, or \,y m«H.
OR.J.H.SCHENCK St SON
I D. w
I. F. Harriott
The Invention of the seismograph
for the study of earthquakes has led to
Ihe discovery of the surprising sensi-
tiveness of the crust of the globe 10
'orciB that might have been thought
:oo insignificant to cattse distortion.
The Indiana farmer who caught a
neighbor whom he suspected of steal
ng corn from his crib, by driving nails
>nto a lot of his corncobs, so that the
local constable afterward found In the
neighbor's hogpen an armful of cobs
with nails burled In Ihe pith, showed
real Yankee Ingenuity.
Many persons are learning that
drugs are not the thing to rebuild
worn out nerves, but proper food Is
There is a certain element In the
cereals, wheat, barley, etc.. which is
grown there by nature for food to brain
and nerve tissue. This is the phos-
phate of potash, of which Grape-Nuts
food contains a large proportion.
In making this food all rhe food ele-
ments In the two cereals, wheat and
barley, are retained. That is why so
many her^tofor^ nervous and run down
people find in Grape-Nuts a true nerve
and brain food.
"I can say that Grape-Nuts food haa
done much for me as a nerve renew-
er," writeg a Wis. bride.
"A few years aeo. before my mar-
riage. I was a bookkeeper in a large
firm. I b- came so nervous toward the
end of each week that It seemed I
must give up my position, which I i
could not afford to do.
"Mother purchased some Grape-Nuts I
and we found It not only delicious but
I noticed from day to day that I was
improving until I finally realized I was
net nervous any more.
"I have recommended It to friends
as a brain and nerve food, never hav-
1'itr found lis equal. I owe much to
Grape-Nuts as it saved me from a
nervous collapse, and enabled me to
retain my position."
Name given by Postum Co., nattle
Greek, Mich. Read "The Itoad to Well-
ville," In pkgs. "There's a Reason "
Kfrr rrml ihr nbote Irllrrf A urn
onr nppcHr* from time to flmr. Thrr
nr* weriulne, irur, nnd full of liuiuan
1. T. Taylor Case Reversed.
The court of criminal appeals re-
First Train on Kenefick Line.
Tavlor ' Th° new .M,880ur|. Oklahoma
ponvlcted and sentenced to one* year -"inUes MU8ko,ee to
1 versed the case of John T.
j 'or obtaining money under false pr
I enscs. The court orders the district
ourt of I^ogan county, from which
t was appealed, to dismiss It.
, Set Fire to His Own Home. .
Dr. T. S. DeGraffenreld poured ker-'
>Hf*ne over his furniture and set fire
to his home early Thursday morning.
He then fled to the street where he,
was found by firemen, H * was bare-
j headed and In his night robe.
He is now under treatment at a 1
Muskogee hospital It is stated that
tie became mentally unbalanced at
I the time as a result of too much |
. was opened Fri-
day. The first train Is to be run
from Muskogee to Calvin. Two bun-
died members of the Muskogee Com
inerclaj club were pussengers. A bar-
becue will be held in Calvin.
W illiain Kenefick of Kansas City
th«- builder of the road, is here for
the opening ceremonies. The new line
connects with the Rock Island at Cal-
vin. thus Riving Muskogee direct com
municatlon with Western Oklahoma
Positively cured by
these Little Fills.
Th jr also rHIrre Dl
tre** fruin l)y Jn-
d ik' hi ion and Too Hearty
Eat log. A perfect r. m-
••dy for Dlulneaa, Kai
•"■a, I'roM-niiifhM, Bud
Tsat# In tbe Mouth, Coat-
ed Tongue, Pain Jn t)i«
Hide, TORPID LIVES.
They regulate the livweU. Purely Vegetable
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE.
Kircunnon May Be President.
It Is understood that Dr. A. A
Klncannon. chancellor of the Missis-
dppi State University at Oxford.
Miss . will be offered the presidency i __i_ . .. ,r ~~—
of the proposed Oklahoma Industrial ■ a rap 8a 1 whon
school for glrls> For ten years
Kincannou was'president of the In-1 . - -
dusfrlal Institute and College of .Mis- , I"rt,n RUBlalned two fractures of the
glsslppl ,eft arm and her sister sustained a
• i dislocation of tho left shoulder.
Injured in a Runaway.
Mrs. E. L. Martin and sister of
Sayre, were returning from a visit
on Elk Creek and while coming down
a steep incline near the Mack Uoe-
son farm, about four miles east of
the city, the team tney were driving
became unmanageable and was
ing became unmanageable and
I . _ — — car-
I)r r' K* collided with a telephone polo
and the ladle* were thrown o'lt Mrs
Location for Two Colleges.
Two colleges miiv And homes at
Oklahoma City within the eomliiR
Bill to Define Libel.
Senator Stafford, who l editor of
the Oklahoma City Oklahoman. has
320 ACRES INSTEAD
OF 160 ACRES
A« further inJij'rmrnt
to lettlement ol the
whrat-ratsing landi oi
Western Canada, the
ha« increased the area
, , I* Uken by a
homesteader to 320 acre. 160 free and 100 to
be purchased at $100 per acre. The* lands
•re in die grain-raising area, where mi*ed farming
" * carried on wilh unqualified luccess. A
railway will shortly be built lo Hudson Bay, bring,
ing the world s maikrls a thousand miles nrarer
these wheat.fields, where schools and churches
• re convenient, climate excellent, railways close to
•II (eulemcnu, and local markets good.
**It would tnke time to aaalmllatt the revel*.
•KPti .£* 'sit to the Krent empire lying to
the North ot un unfolded nt every turn
gttspondtme of Ntttonjl Editor, xutu>
Wtstern CatiaJs tn Ajjuft, 1908.
Larvi* may also be purchased from railway and
land companies at low prices and on easy terms.
Por pnmphlete. rrrnpa and Information as to
'°,w "."way rotes, apply to Superintendent
Of Immiirration. Ott..w.,, Canada, or th«
authorised Canadian Government Agent:
J. S. ClAWfOIID.
ilo. 123 W. Ninth Street. Kansas City. Missouri
• OlFIANCE' •" IS 8U PERIOR'-QUA'LITV?
Genuine Must Bear
''".tr it: nrit,on ^ i™d««d k
> I'M Melhndl I In.Hft.ll .1.' " ln nownpailMTi. in flvll III,el
1'h Method -t Inatlti-;Ion. until re the plaintiff la required to prove
eentlv at MuikoRee. may open there, thaf the statement complained of
The city ha t also entered tho contest
not true, or that It was published
•n "fTlce itt«n ttuie h«^t«rrii, < lrrk* lor nutrmI
storea and cofniiil*a*rlMi -V i i>i>ln«r elerks «n<l Ml
rssn. ttm t«. tl « |«r month. VjltJ wa. esjirUDoT
position •(■>) >«i«
for the new Baptist college, which or spoken in malice. In refutation
win be erected at a cost of $10,000! ihe defendant may deny the charge.
In the town In the state that makes I or prove that the matter was true!
the b^st offer. The bids will be or that It was a privileged communi-
opened Saturday morning. GuthrieIcar,on ,n criminal proceedings the
Is the only town aside from Okla- ''°'tn<i,int required to show that
horoa Cltv that has submitted a bid j complained of aws not
! ,111. Ml
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Mayfield, Fred F. The Millerton Progress (Millerton, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 11, 1909, newspaper, February 11, 1909; Millerton, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc97910/m1/2/: accessed May 26, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.