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TIIE DUBANT WEBKL1' NEWS
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1010.
A'fo tfastowmi by d04tlny upon thoso who have tho good
Judgmont to practice frugnlity and 'foresight. Don't
spond nil you earn on tho passing show. Good things
come to thoso who " .
Join tho growing number of people who have savings
accounts In this bonk and who are adding to thon rog
ularly. Wo pay 4 per cont Interest on time doposlts.
While you are attending the County Pair Soptembor 14,
15, 16. drop Into the bank and let us explain our saving
plan to you.
STATE NATIONAL BANK
A. U. Thomas, Vice Pres., E. C. Million, President,
Green Thompson, Vice Pros., Geo. H. Harris, Cashier,
J. F. Gregory, Assistant Cashier.
Wo desire to announce to our trade that we are again hand
ling the old reliable BAIN WAGON. We also sell thefamous
Leudinghause. It will pay you to see our wagons before buying.
Prices and terms are right.
S. P. DAVIS
F. C. Moody of Calera was In tho
city on a Duslness mission Monday.
When at the Fair next week, pay
the News offi.ce a social visit.
Kill Two Birds
With One Stone
Bring the family and attend the big County Fair, September
14th, 15th, and 16th, and dur-lng your resting moments, while tho
Fair is on, drop around and see .how really cheap we can sell you
groceries, flour and feed. The Fair is bigger and better than ever
before and our BUSINESS IS BIGGER AND OUIt TRIPES AKB
LOWER than ever before. By making your Fair visit and a visit
to our store as well, you will at the same time give the family an
outing an1 save money on jour supplies, thas killing two birds
with one stone.
Cash Flour & Feed Store
T. F. ALLEN, Manager
WE HAVE ONE OF TIIE LARGEST STOCKS OF SADDLES
IN SOUTHEASTERN OKLAHOMA, WHICH WE ARE OFFERING
AT REDUCED PRICES FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS.
Collars mid Harness of
YOU SHOULD SEE OUR LINE BEFORE YOU BUY WE CAN
SAVE YOU MONEY.
ELECTING A PRESIDENT
THE election of 1SS0 was tho
first contest between tho
two parties as they exist
today. Buchanan, Democrat, of
Pennsylvania, opposed John C.
Fremont, Republican, of Now
York. The Republican party had
Just been created. Slavery was
tho principal issue, and signs
of the approaching catiistropbe
were plainly visible. Buchanan
was olectcd, receiving a popular
vote of 1,838,100 to 1,341,204 for
his opponent Millard Fillmoro
of New York, who was tho can
didate of the American party,
received S74.538 votes. J. C.
Breckinridge. Democrat, of Ken
tucky, was chosen vlco presi
dent. (Watch for the election of Lin
coln In 1860 in our next issue.)
GENERAL NEWS NOTES
Patterson's Successor Governor
Ferguson of Texas has appointed
Hon. Charles O. Austin as State
Banking and Insurance Commission
er to succeed Commissioner Patter
son, murdered In a bank at Teague
last week while In conference with
officials of the bank.
.T. P. St. John Dead John P. St.
John, twice governor o'f Kansas, and
Prohibition candidate for President
of tho United States in 1884, didd at
his home in Olathe, Kansas, Friday,
at the ago of 83 years.
German Reply Germany has re
plied to the note of the United States
In regard to the firing of German
submarines upon the American ship
Owego. The reply disavowed any un
Republican Campaign The Re
publican State organization is plan
ning for a systematic state-wide cam
pangn in behalf of the ticket to start
on September 12th. A big rally will
be held at the capital on that date,
with the vice presidential nominee,
Chas. W. Fairbanks, as principal
More State Cash Thirty-one
counties thnt hold State funds of tho
School Land Office as investments
for their bonds have arranged to re
lease $209,000 of the amount which
will be available for loans to land
owners. In addition to this, the de
partment will be able to transfer
about $200,000 from the home own
ership divisiont o tho loan depart
ment, adding almost half a million
to the fund available for loans.
Canal Slide A new slide Involv
ing 200 feet of the Panama Canal it
Culebra Out, is reported. No vessels
have passed since last Wednesday.
Zeppelin Rnld The largest Zep
pelin raid on England yet attempted
was made by thirteen German Zep
pelins Saturdny night, and the Brit
ish anti-aircraft guns wore brought
into play, bringing down one of tho
invaders, when tho others took to
flight, saxo three which approached
the outskirts of London. Hundreds
of bombs were dropped by tho invad
ers, but serious damage to any ex
tent has not beon reported.
Grecian Affairs Since the ab
dication and flight of King Constan
tine of Greece, last week, the British
and French govornmonts have, de
manded control of the Greek tele
graph lines. The Giveek government,
in tho(actual control of Premelr Zal
mis, is expected to comply. Tho pop
ulace of Greek seems to be In favor
of getting into tho war on the side
of the Allies, while the government
wants to remain neutral If possible.
Railroader Dead Charles W.
Kouns, general manaor for the San
ta Fe railroad Company, dlod at his
homo in Topoka, Kansas, Saturday,
from heart-failure, immediately af
ter his return from Washington,
whore he participated in tho strlk"
controversy. Ho was one of tho
foremost figures In the negotiations,
and the strenuous work this Involv
ed is thought to have hastened his
Hughes Got Frost Charlea E.
Hughes, Republican nominee for
President, visited Nashville, Tenn.,
Monday night, whore no Republican
nominee over spoke boforo, and was
forced to d6 his speaking between
cheors for Woodrow Wilson. The
nveotlng was regarded as a decided
frost for Hughes.
Order Revoked Tho War De
partment has revoked Its ordor to
the effect that mon with dopondont
families nood n5t serve In the militia
and no more discharges on this ac
count will bo mado.
Rnlli'ondH Win Toxas railroads
won a victory over tho Toxas Rail
road Commission Saturday when tho
Fodoral court at Atlanta issued an or
der restraining tho Commission from
cnncoling a roennt ordor for advance
of rat ob.
Oklahoma Rates Up Tlio Okla
homa Corporation Comlssion hnB Just
agreed to a general increase of two
per cont in general freight and pas
congor ratos In tho State, owing to
recent Fodoral legislation putting the
eight-hour law Into offect for traln
mon on interstate business.
Thii it a prescription prepared especially
for MALARIA or CHILLS &. FEVER.
Five or tit doses will break any case, and
if taken then as a tonic the Fever will not
eturn. It acts on the liver better than
Calomel and does not gripe or sicken, 25c
Tevns Paper Mill -Toxas Interests
plan tin establishment of a papor
mill for tho manufacture of news
print-paper near Austin. Thoy will
uso cottonwocd timber, which Is
abundant m that vicinity.
Villa Arrested Hlrolito Villa, a
brother of tho famed Mexican bandit,
and his financial agent during his
reign of power, has been arrested and
is being held at El Pano on chart's
of violating tie neutrality laws of
the United Statoi.
Usury Law Stato banken of Ok
lahoma are to take concerted action
with a view to iaducinjj the next leg
islature to modify tho usury law that
was aose'. at tho last session. Tho
bnilks allege that thio law is en'lrely
Field Extended Healdton oil
fiold was extended to a hitherto un
proven territory last week, when two
good wells were brought In, one in
section 13-4-3, the other In 14-4-3.
Dog Killed Child An 8-yoar-old
negro girl was bitten to death by a
bulldog at Tishomingo last Saturday.
Her head was almost severed from
her body and one arm nearly tern off.
Republican Newspaper Tho Ok
lahoma State Capital, avowed to be a
Republican State organ, appeared for
the first time August 31st, uder Okla
homa City date line. Every line of
matter In tho Issue Is Republican po
litical dope, and there is no ndertis
lng matter to be found.
Edison for Wilson Thomas A.
Edison, world's greatest inventor, one
of the foremost men of the world,
and a life-long Republican, announc
ed this week that he favored the re
election of President Wilson. Mr.
Edison says, in part, in making the
announcement, "Wilson has earned
the faith and trust of the entire na
tion, and now is tho time to consid
er the man, not parties."
Lincoln Cabin The dinky little
log nut near Hodgenvllle, Ky., in
which President Abraham Lincoln
STONE DRUG CO.
An American lasiYaiort
Did you ever stop to reallzo thnt tho soda
fsuntein is as mucli an American institu
tion as tho paunago is a German Institu
tion, "French Bread" is an Institution In
Franco and the Plum pudding an ISngllsh
institution? And tho tunny part of it all
Is that though ono seldom ecwi a soda
fountain In Europe (and then only for the
eako ot attracting Amorlonn tourist trado)
just an Boon as a foreigner gets to this
country ho too seems to learn to lovo tho
Dut, If you nro old enough to look back
a lew yoars you win remomnor mat oniy
comparatively recontly has tho soda foun
tain beon cltfior so popular or oo beautiful
You nnv remnmbnr what thoan hid fuvlnl
fountains looked like what poor provision
thoy mado to supply ovon their scanty
What has wrought this great change
What hns mado tho soda fountain a na
tional Institution a comfort and necessity
In tho dally lives of men and women not
only during tho hot summer tlmo but tho
wholo year 'round.
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Tho answer lies In that delicious bovcr
ngo Coca-Cola. Soon after Its Introduc
tion at tho fountains pconlo began to aslc
more and moro for this distinctive drink.
Along with its demand came the de
mand for moro places that would serve It.
Soda fountains sprang up everywhere,
Improving In beauty, neatness and at
tractive service It Is a fact that the part
the soda fountain and all Its allied indus
tries have como to play in the oconomlc
llfo of tho nation today Is duo largely to
tho stimulus given to It by Coca-Colo.
In tho same way has tho call for bottled
beverages grown. In 1899 Coca-Cola in
bottles was first put on the market and
tho samo quick recognition and apprecia
tion was accorded to it in this form $s
x. ..... ...
A Modern Soda Fountain
was bo ovldent In tho fountain trade.
Tho samo principles of purity, goodness
and dellciousncss mado anothor astound
ing record of growth posslblo. Hottllng
plants have been established all over tho
country to tako Caro of this branch.
Just think of It over 90.000,000 glasses
and bottles of Coca-Cola aro drunk every
month. So just as much ns Is tho soda,
fountain a national institution so ia Coca
Cola tho National Beverage
was born, and which the Lincoln
Farm Association has bought, mado
into a national shrlno, was turned
over to the United States Monday,
with a fund of ?100,000 for its
maintenance. In making the short
address of acceptance before tho his
toric site, President Wilson said, in
part: "This little hut was tho cra
dle of one of the great sons of men.
A man of singular vital genius who
emorged upon tho great stage of the
nation's history. He was gaunt and
ungainly, majestic and natural, ruler
of men. Lincoln was not a typical
American, because no man can be
typical who does the unusual."
RL1NY BOND ISSUES VOTED
The tendency to Issue bonds that
Is spreading over Oklahoma has now
grown to a point whero the State of
ficers having to do lth thp approval
of such securities are struggling to
keep abreast of tho work. The Attor
ney General'soff lco has found It
necessary to employ an additional
law clerk in the bond department. An.
interesting feature of the bond issues
that are being made is that most of
them will have to bo funded at tho
expiration of their terms, as no pro
vision is made for amortization at
The whole world knows the
feed value of Cotton Seed Meal, but
few people know that the latest addi
tion to the list of concentrated feeds in
the shape of Peanut Meal is a close
competitor of Cotton Seed Meal
contains a high percentage
of Protein and Fat and is taking rank as
one of the greatest feeds known for
cattle, mules, horses, sheep and hogs.
For milk and butter production it is
TRY A SACK
Ask Your Grocer or
Durant Cotton Oil Co