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SElraMz ("Us" HTf J L, . '.. -7 " T' . r """- i.-s'tf ' t v t i pv f, . Mr' ff Farmers Champion EUROPE FEARS GENERAL STRIFE MANY NATIONS MAY St IN- ANOTHER BITTER DISAPPOINTMENT T SKLAHtMA ELtIN, OKLAHOMA NEWS NOTES VOLVKD THROUGH BALKANS t ; TSQ&sttaBaBbw JSbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbBbbbbbsbbbWH iflBBBBBBBBBBSSaVWaaBau ynCjSJISISISISFVSSBBjM - BBBBBBB9jjMavBP l1B2SBJvsav A tt $ i 4 .; . Institute A fluadav school workers' I baa beeB organised at. Tulsa. Stillwater, In Its first Inltlatlra electloB, voted last week to abolish pool halls. Hush 8prlngs elevators have kandled mora thnn 8,000 hifyla of oorn to date. f The May (Harpor county) commer cial club Is getting busy in the good roads movement. Lightning played havoc with wires of the Sapulpa Kloctrlc company dur ing the recent storm. The recent cold spell has set farm era to cutting the last of their forage crops In Texns county. filch lead and slue deposits havo been discovered rnr Nowata and are to be developed soon. Three Angers nnd knuckles of his right hand wcro lost in a cotton gin at Keneflck by Joss Dardon A year ago there was more stock than feed; now there Is feed for mere stock than cuti bo found. Washington county commissioner contemplate tho establishment of a farm and home for the indlgont. Rain has settled everything In the state except debts, and has gone a long way toward doing that, too. At Cushlng there nre fifty-three drill ing wells, eleven rigs up and a dally production of nearly five thousand bar rels of oil. Joe James, a Boswell farmer, was struck on the head with a club, the blow causing death. James lived about ten miles south of Dowell. A large gray wolf was toped and tied la Pittsburg county the other day. Tho captors say they art going out for more as It Is much mora sport than shoot lag. Sarah Perry, aged 18, recently of Cement, Oklahoma, was found dead L. ker hotel room at Oklahoma City. The girl had a desire to become an actress, but had failed to secure em ployment. A Stato charter was Issued to tho Boley Oil and Gas Company of Holey, capital $1,000. Incorporators, D. J. Turner, T. M. Haynes and J. H. Mc Riley of Boloy. During a fight at Muskogee John Plannagan wnB ntabbttt four times with a pocket knife anil Inter died of his wound. One of tho thrusts reached a vltnl spot over the heart. Walter C. Johnson has been arrested. Miss Donnlo Johnson, daughter of Mrs. Wm. R. Johnson; who lives on "Oakwood Fnrm," near Ada, wns seri ously bunted by nn explosion of stove polish, which she was applying to a kitchen range. Her clothing wub set on fire nnd before tho flames could be extinguished, her bnck and shoulders were badly burned. It Is thought she will recover. Governor Cruce granted a parolo to Ammon Wright of Decklmm county, sent to tho (Irnnlto reformatory Tor two years for burglarizing a store. He has served ten months of tho term. The parolo was recommended by ev eryone In touch with tho cobo, the most urgent plea for tho youth being made by tho merchant who lud been robbed. Young Wright had had pun ishment enough, he wrote. The boy's record in tho reformatory was ex cellent. Comanche has a new peanut shol ler. A record crop of peanuts In Stephens county Is being harvested. Llttlo mora than two-thirds of the cotton crop around Holdcnvllle and Wetumkn has been gathered; about 8,000 bales. An action growing out of the fall are of the Alamo State Hank of Mus kogee has renched tho supremo court, William Rrlsco appealing from a de cision In fovor of tho Btato, ex rel. J. D. Lnnkford, bank commissioner, for 1250 on a promissory note. Briscoe claimed tho bank owed htm that amount or expenses Incurred In col lecting for tho bunk. , A. P. Ralll of New York Olty, treas urer of tho Greek Red Cross society of America, notified Rlchurd-T. Har rlss pf the Harris-lrby Cotton Ce Oklahoma City, that ho had been a Belated local Bgcnt for collecting ,fMds for the benoflt of the Greeks la the eastern war. Ralll formerly represented an export cotton compa ay la) Tesas. Mr. Harrlss says he will sake ao active campaign for JJJjJJJj"1 ' voluntary BIG STORES BREWING All Pewcrs Keep Watchful Eyes en Sltuatlen That Threatens Diplo mats Predict Trouble Over Situation Parts For the first time since the Balkan war broke out, tho ndmlsslon kas been made in diplomatic circles that the situation as concerns the powers of Europe Is decidedly serious. One diplomat, closely In touch with the International situation, went bo far as to predict a general European war. "That a great cataclysm of warfare may rend Europe Is feared In every chancellory," this man said. "Long before the Balkan war started the powers bek, u preparing for the strug gle England. France, Germany, Aus tria, Italy and Russia. "Poland is ripe for revolt, and this adds another element of dangor to a situation already precarious. The Poles could keep Russia, Austria and Germany In cheok for a time at least and their attitude would be closely conaidered before either of these pow ers entered Into a European quarrel. "News that Germany has placed her army on a war footing noed cause no surprise. All the powers have done ao and If war develops Germany will be able to put 7,000,000 In the field, fully equipped with munitions. Ger many has not made, the mistake that caused Turkoy to fall." Europe's diplomatic situation aris ing from tho Balkan war, Is reaching the acuto stage where each govern ment la centering unusual responsi bility upon Its secret service corps. Alvrrt tieHffHJiv por'amo it ail fevzScv mffl yWm m i HI w&n&msM yPHf Hi IRK jSpPn V SA" ?'- vfr? fSW x Ivil umamcM (Copyright.) wumm& WILSON'S POPULAR VOTE IS 6,398.000 FIGURES COMPILED FROM E8TI MATES AND LATE8T RETURN8 BRKBK8 CAPTURE SALONIKI Is Important Turkish Stronghold Taken By Prince Constantino Athens, Greece. Tho Greek army, commanded by Crown Prince Con stantlne. occupied Balonlkl, the Tur kish stronghold In Southwestern Tur key In Ktirope, at noon Saturday. The Greek capital was Illuminated In celebration of the fall of the Tur kish stronghold of Salouikl. Ser vices of praise were hold in various ehurches. Details or tho battle of Yenidje re ceived here from Volo show that 80,000 Turkish troops were engaged. Fighting lasted throughout tho morn ing and ended In favor of the Greeks. Two divisions attacked the Turks In the rear and gave a devlslve turn to the battle. ROOSEVELT LEADS TAFT Colonel Placed Second With 4,315,000, as Compared to 3,350,000 for the President! Other .News ef Interest New York. Tho popular vote by states for the presidency, complied from official, unofficial and estimated returns up to Sunday shows the fol lowing results: Wilson 6,398,000. Roosevelt 4,315,000. Taft 3,350,000. The table by states shows: Bulgarian Plans Announced Berlin. Bulgaria has no intention of remaining In Constantinople, ac cording to announcement ut the Bul garian legation here. The Bulgarian troops will, however, go to the Tur klsh capital. "Bulgaria desires to assure a stable and lasting peace," says the state ment. "This Is impossible so long as any portion of the Turkish army la able to declare that It Is willing to continue the war. It therefore is ne cessary to place beyond all doubt tho absolute defeat of the Ottoman nrray and to prove to the world who Is the conqueror by the entry of Bul garian troops into Constantinople." State Altlltnmn rUona .... 1(,000 Arlmnsn .. 76,000 California 280,000 Colorado 100,000 Connecticut . 73.761 Drlaunro .. 22,659 Florida . 33.000 Ruoraia 92,804 Idaho . 29,709 Illlliol-t ... 403,000 Indluna . 279,87 low a 231.865 Kansas 155,000 Kentucky 214,850 I.onlRlnna co.ooo Molno 50,464 .Murjland 112,000 ManHUChUHelts 170.0H5 Michigan 190.000 Minnesota . ...lfr. ono MIhhIsjIppI .... 65,000 MlNHuiin .... ...351,U3S Montana .. 41,000 Nebraska . 109,000 Nevada . -,O00 Now Ilamt'thlre.. 34,74'J New Jersey 174,691 Now Mexico 15,100 New Vork ..650.721 North Carolina 145,000 Ohio ..404,500 C minimum 125,000 Orefion 50,000 l'eiilisKanla .384,256 Hliode Island 30,299 South Carolina . HO.OOO South Dakota 55,000 TcnncBBeo .133,000 TexttH 204,000 T'tah 35,000 Vermont . 15,297 Virginia .. 78,000 WaxhlnKton .- 95.000 AVest Virginia 109,000 Wisconsin 146,131 Wyoming 10,000 Wilson's 2.083,192. Hoosovolt's 964,981. House Wilson velt 90,000 20,000 10.000 28,000 280,000 90,000 33,546 1,000 6,000 21,000 14,678 389,661 160,903 216,703 140,000 102,675 1,000 48,108 57,679 140.162 236,000 165,000 too 145, 2S8 22,000 74,000 5.100 17,803 135,938 7.800 387,463 60,000 210,204 100,000 40,000 428,670 16,483 3.000 60,000 45,000 38,000 13.000 22,323 18,000 125,000 77,000 52,080 15,500 Taft. 10,000 4,700 26,000 60,000 66,987 116,513 266,966 333.313 195,836 4,606 346,915 82,333 Iowa 276,110 Kansas .. 197,216 Ky 236,711 La. 8,958 Maine .... Md Mass Mich. Minn. Miss. Mo. Montana - Neb. 126,997 Nevada .. 10,214 New II. .. 63,144 N. Y, 870.070 N. J 365,298 N. Car. .. 114,824 N. D. 67,741 Ohio 62.312 Okla. 110,658 Oregon .. 62,530 i-enn. 745..19 n. 1. S. Car. .. S. D. Tenn. Texas Utah Vermont . virKlnta - Wash W. Va. .. AVIs Wyo. 43,942 3,963 67,466 118,619 65,602 61,016 89,652 52,673 106,062 137,869 247.747 40,846 200,771 M3V t,287 161,209 6,033 12,420 244,09.! 6,887 4,060 63,668 2,638 35,403 1,487 1,768 116,908 3,302 2,323 165,543 4,374 10,779 174,313 16,705 11,527 109,401 10,114 14,469 60,876 1,01" 345.S89 4,212 16,398 29,326 827 5,855 131,099 6,179 3,524 10,655 2,029 31,665 ',5 1,229 667,468 22,667 31,151 182,22 4,930 10,249 136,928 360 337 32,936 1,156 2,424 502,721 11,402 33,795 122,406 21,779 38,049 2,682 7,319 448,785 36,694 33,913 24,706 1,016 1,365 62,288 100 40.166 4,039 2,846 135,819 268 1.8&2 216,737 41,601 4,895 11,496 799 82.946 1,111 58,691 4,700 14,177 111,418 5,139 3,679 166,632 11,561 28,164 14,918 66 1,715 Total ..7.677.021 6,405,182 250,481 412,330 PANIC AMONG TURKISH TROOPS 67,268 1 Stories of Pillage and Massacre Are Told of Ottomans Constantinople. By wny of Kus tendje, Roumanla). Stories of the distress which prevails among the Turkish troops, of tho panic which seized upon 'various bodies of the men and what is worse, tales of pillage, raplen and massacre, continue to come in from various points. It Is reported that Nazim Pasha, the Tur kish commander in chief, has decided to send to their homPH several thou sand of his men who have shown the white feather on the Held of battle, but logic would suggest that they de serve more serious punishment. Reports of the excesses of the flee ing Turks In the town of Slllvrl, a port on the sea of Marmora, south west of Tehatalja line, apparently are authentic. Many of tho Inhabitants are said to have been massacred and the town was completely burned. The popula tion of Slllvrl wbb mostly Greek. 16.644 6,000 6,606 30,241 153,095 161.157 156,748 62,000 110,270 10,000 26,196 64,000 152,255 170.000 sn.ono 1,000 215.9S6 27,000 68,000 3,800 32,343 76,853 11,250 460,466 30,000 272,837 1M00 267.165 27,765 1,200 "moo 36,000 40,000 2.1,1(7 21,000 75,000 64,000 108,620 7,000 plurality over Roosevelt plurality over Taft Turkish Troops Occupy Visa Hademkeul, (By wireless from the staff of the Turkish army at Cher kesskeul to headquarters here). Tho Ottoman troops occupied Visa, south of Tlrnovo, and have advanced as far as Kavakly. Primary for Selection of Postmaster Terrell, Tex. Many applicants for tke Terrel postmastershlp are secur ing local Indorsement, A move is already on foot here to hold a special election and to declare the one re. celvlng the largest vote the only applicant Horse Rates Suspended Washington. The general railroad rate atvaaces on the transportation of korses and mules In carloads be" tweea Chicago and St. Louis and oth er points and stations In South Da kota, Oklahoma and Colorado and Wyoming were further suspended by tke Interstate commerce commission aatll May IS, 1913. Celenel Refuses Indemnity New York. When Colojel Roose velt was Informed Ikat an accident pallor for 125,000 had been taken out last June In behalf of his family by tke Outlook and that the policy was la force when he was sket, he de ellaed to aeeept any Indemnity and directed tkat the policy be furrea- POPULAR VOTE OF 1908. Ite Htl Aln Ark. Col. Colo. Con. Del Florida .. Uficngla .. Idaho .... Illinois Indlara . Tatt. Hop. 25,106 67.791 214.310 123,700 112,816 26.11(17 10,651 41,692 62.1.67 629,932 348.993 Bryan Dem. 74,374 85,684 127,492 126,644 68,255 22.1)72 31,104 72.350 36,195 450,810 338,262 ChuOn. Tro. 662 1,151 11,770 6,659 2,380 077 1,316 1,059 2,003 29,364 18,045 Debt. Hoc. 1,347 6,760 28,651 7,974 6,111 240 3,747 581 6,405 34,711 13,476 WORLDS GREATEST CROP OF CORN Allegata of Principal Farm Products This Year Is Well Beyond Five Billion Dollars Corn Crop ef Nation Largest In History Washington, D. C A corn crop of 3,169,137,000 bushels, or 281,931,000 bushels more than the greatest crop of corn over grown in any country of tho world, Is the feature of the coun try's most remarkable agricultural year In history, according to the No vember crop report of the United States Department of Agriculture, Is sued Monday. The report cdmpleted tho Government's .preliminary esti mates of the nation's principal farm crops". This great crop of coin was wotrh on Nov t to farmers $1,850, 776.000. . - . tfke eBomous sum of 14,171,344,000 German Red Cross Active Berlin. Tho German Red Cross Society Is displaying great activity in furnishing aid to the sick and wounded In the Balkan war. The cen tral commlttco already has sent ltd fourth expedition of physicians and nurses with medical and sanitary supplies. Tills expedition goes to the Turkish side in the western part of the tlipa ter of war. A fifth expedition In course of preparation will join tho Servian forces. Prevloua expeditions have been sent to Turkoy, Greece and Bulgaria. vw represented the fnrm value on Nov. 1 of (he United States crops of corn! wheat, oats, potatots, flaxseed, ryo and buckwheat. With tho value of the growing cotton crop und the crops of tobacco, rice and apples the aggregate value of these principal farm products will mount well beyond 16.000.000,000. Upon the preliminary estimates of production and prices announced the value of the crops flguro out as fol lows: Corn l,8BO,77fl,000. Hay $854,Glu,000. Wheat $603,639,000. Oats $476,169,000. Potatoes $188,501,000. Barley $120,845,000. Flaxseed $39,693,000. Rye $14,370,000. Buckwheat $12,526,000. There was an Increase In the total value of each of these crops except Ing buckwheat, potatoes, barley and rye. The Increase netted $515,057,000 over the value of Inst year' crops Rcord crops of corn, potatoes, Ua ieed, oats, barley, rye nnd hav were Whtoi c ouymf Baking I For this Is the t baking powder I baking better." It ! the I food evenly 1 B throughout; puffs m S it up to alry'Ilghl- I nesi, makes It de ligation appetii. (nff anil whniPmmB. " .... " Remember, Cala met is moderate ia I price highest la quality. Ask ask voar BTocer Calumet. Don't take a substitute. aecnvta mensar avmbm. WwM-S Per r4 BssmWIis, trxxws&sr I 1 T tOTca ttakeal IwkaaMIaa taw PWeWlaBtlj C kfMmaaif tolaa taa Sum I YeaeWr cJU er Hg-con MeusvtjeW fiMf KmhUd. SayCetMMt A' WiMetVt. Calmmlltm Newspapers and Literature, All this over emphasis of tke Ua meaning surfaco is duo to a cou fusion of nowspaper and literary standards, ends, alms. The word literary has come to suggest an absence of red blood; spinners and knitters In tke sun; tho 35-cont magazine crowd; tklt Is nonsensical, of course. In Its ele mental meaning literature Id at least ns stern a Job ns journalism, albeit tka intention and function of tho latter ia merely to present things that happen, of tho former to volatilize such mala rial Into hovering and potent mean ings, to strlko tho rock and ralaa a aplrlt that Is life. " a Escaped the Worst of It The worst things aro tho affllotleM that have never hnppened. Bobby kadi Just been soundly spanked for falling m.i? ?' .rrk- "ae6," he WsmC rubbing I tho seat of punishment, "what wouldn't I have got It I aad drownod!" j- Qulte So. What Is tho latest thing In faaktsav ablo weddings r laaaiem- very often It is tho bride." PREVENTION ?riji curs. Ti furu IJZiXSsr jJ2JMMeetirUosdklesM4Sieeeea. ruiTs Pilis ,3 Wli -JL "Ya.