The Copan Leader. (Copan, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 25, Ed. 1 Friday, July 24, 1914 Page: 4 of 4
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THE TODD UNDERTAKING PARLOR
All modern conveniences for prompt service day or night.
Licenced embalmers fur Kansas and Oklahoma.
W. A. Monfort
GRAYS 11 N'CTAiL. 3
Buggies, Harness, Saddles, Blankets,
Robes and Trunks at
J. P. GOVREAU
•THE COPAN LEADER EVERYTHING A MAN
Published at (’optin. Oklahoma, on
1 Friday of each week.
H. C. COURTNEY,
B. .T. KrTT/fRMAN.
Bus moss Mgr.
^Official Pajer of th? Northern Part of
The Clepan Grays defeated tin
Xiotaze, Kansas team Sunday by
the score of 11 to 3.
Goth fax and C. McMillin,
who pitched for lhe Grays, gave
a fine exhibition of that art.
t'randajl. for tho visitors weak-
ened in several innings and by
bunching hits the Grays were
able to score 11 runs.
The return game will he play
ed next Sunday, July 2dth.
Col>an —240 041 OOx —11
! Xiotaze Oil 010 000- ;i
Batteries Cox, 0. McMillin
land Courtney; Crandall and
j f S)K LYN .
FAITHFULNESS TO OPPORTUNI-
Luke 19:11-27—July 26.
"Well done, thou good and faithful servant;
thou hast teen faithful over a ftw things,
/ u'ill make tfivi ruler over many things;
entn• thou into the joy of thy Lord.’ —
h) are not to confound tho
Parable of tho rounds with
thy I‘arable of the Talents.
Then teach totally different
$1 Complete Shaving Outfit $1
10 Articles 10
Admitted to the Unit Office at Copan,
Oklahoma, as second class mail
matter, under Act of March 3. 1879
Per Year - - - - IL'K)
•Six Mouth* ... 50
Must he Paid in Advance
BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL
The Baptist Sunday school
meets every Sunday in the Gunn
building at 10 o’clock. Everv one
Invited. Tod Putman,Supt.
FRFF London “ T°nit0" Necklace
I IVLL..Kvelyil Thaw" Brae ! -i.
Tliesa ewo beautiful pieces of popul-
ar jewelry are the craze among society
Monien m New York and the largest
'ities. They sre neat and elegant
gold finished articles that will gladden
the heart of every girl or woman, no
'matter how young or old Wry sty 1-
’,sh arid attractive.
Our Free offer. We are advertising
Spearmint Chewing Gum and do>ii to
'place :i big hrir of this fine healthful
-gum Into ever y home. It sweetens the
"breath- whitens the teeth and aids di-
gestion. It is refreshing to all. To
every one sending u.s but 5>c and 10
cent* to cover shipping costs v.e will
ship a big box uf Jo regular -’><• pack-
ages of the Sn-irmiut Cum and in-
T.n ! i" ncm ail “Evalyn Til aw'
'bracelet absolutely free.
This offer is for n short time only '
Not tu ire than 2 orders to "tie party.
Dealers' not allowed to accept th -..
! l MTFI) SALKS ( O.
Payton, Ohio P. 0. Box 110
To advertise our Universal Shaving
Outfit and Universal Products we will
fora limited time only, send this well
worth $.'LOO Shaving Outfit fur $l.ui).
I \Ye sell our products to Die consumer
direct ..and ..therefore ..you ..save .all
agents'profit., which us y>u know are
I Hollow Ground Razor.
1 5-inch Lather Brush
1 Fazur Strop, Canvas Back.
1 Nickel Easel Back Mirror.
1 33-inch Barber Towel.
1 Bar Shaving Snap.
1 Box Talcum Powder.
1 Decorated China Mug.
1 Aluminum Barber Comb.
1 Bristle Hair Brush.
Each outfit packed in neat box 44.00
Coin or Money Order, postage 10c
i'mversal piionrrrs co.
CORRECTION—Last week we
published an article stating that
Miss Moran, candidate for|wouId be folly for you to
Gonnty Superintendent of1 take to base you r defense
Schools, had been assistant
principle in the Bartlesville
schools and should have been the
Continued from front page.
THE M EX ACE SELF-CON
DEM X ED
The falsity of the circulated
oath is practically admitted by
the Menace itself in a letter dat
ed March f>, T9 111, and addressed
to Leroy M. King’ Philadelphia.
Pa. in which it makes these as
tou nd ing admissions.
“We wish to state that we are
not in possession of the ritual
and secret work of the Knights
of Columbus. The alleged oath
which your clients in Philadel-
phia were arrest d for distribut
ing. was circulated in practically
every state during the late cam
paign. We simply printed and
handled them as we did any
other job of printing. We do
not have any evihence that the
oath is theone which was taken
by the Members of the* Knights
of Columbus. Wo feel that it
■ would be folly fur von to under
Special Hosiery Offer
Guaranteed VVear-ever Hosiery
For Men And Women
Ladle’s Special Offer
For Limited Time Only —
bix pair of out finest 35c value lad-
ies' guaranteed hose in black, tan or,
white colors with written gua-antee,
for $1.00 and lUe for postage, etc. j
SPECIAL OFFER FOR MEN
For a limited time only, six pairs of
our finest !.’5c value Guuiunteed Hose
___....... .................... any color with written guarantee and a
In the case of the talents, the , pair of our well known Men's Paradise
given each servant differed j Carters for one dollar, and 10c for post-
Iu the case of the pounds, the amount age etc.
was the name. This parable, there-
fore. finals with something common to
nil the class referred to.
Jesus and 1 Its disciples were np I real foot comfort. They have no
proucldug Jerusalem, where shortly He j seutns to rip. They never become
"as t • he ent itled. The disciple*, on loose aed bttggv as the shape is knit1
the contrary, supposed that the Mosul- j„, not pressed'in. 'They are Guaran- I
atile Kingdom would immediately bo teed for fineness, for style, for superb
established, this parable was intend- | ority of nmtw.ittl aud worUlBanJhjpi |
absolutely stainless and to wear six j
months without ole* ora now pair free.
Don’t delay send in your order
before hotter expires. Give cor- j
WEAR-EVER HOSIERY CO.
MRS. SWIFT ANNOUNCES
COOOOOOOOCOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOO 3000000)003000003330030
I COPAN || Bartlesvillef
j tou know these liose: they stood the
tost when all others failed. They give
W. H. McCLURE
COHAN DRAY I INE
Hauling and Dray ing
hi thei a mag. opposite Postoffice
THE SOUTHERN ABSTRACT CO.
CAPITAL, H25.000 00
G M. Knight, Mgr.
I Mi one 528 Bartlesville. Okla.
ed to inform them that a long time
| would first elapse.
The kings of Palestine were appolnt-
| ed by the Roman Emperor. One of the
llerods hud recently gone to Home,
seeking appointment to a kingdom
Some who hated him sent a message
to Borne, declaring their preference for
another king. Jesus seized upon this
circumstance as Illustrating Ills own
case. He was the Appointee for the
.Messianic Kingdom: but He would go
to fleaven, and there the Heavenly
Father. Emperor of the Universe,
would invest Him with authority.
Later Ho would return to earth and
•xercifie dominion. This Is exactly the
presentation of prophecy.—Psalm 2 8.
“Occupy Till I Come.’’
During the Master's absence In
Heaven. He has committed to Ills bis
ciples. Ills servants, one pound' each
with full liberty to use tliclr best ,1udg
rnent in His service. At Ills return,
Dr. S. Tiwin :f Dewey wiT
preach the id A iling and evening
services at the M. E. Church
Sunday J ul : 2btn. The music will
btt furnished by theOopan Band.
Everybody come out at 11 A. M.
and H I* M.
w 11 h,
tween these con-
of Hod and the
world. It shows
that nothing Is
1 hereby announce myself ns
a candidate for tlm office of slier
iff of Washington County subject
to the will of tint Democratic pri-
maries to beheld Ang. till.
I hereby announce myself as n
candidate for the office of County
Clerk subject to the will of the
Democratic voters at the August
Mrs. Elizabeth M. Swift.
...........**Occupy Until I Come."
authenticity Of this document." ‘-'uiuinltted to the masses, and that no
: Judgment, reward. Is made in their
fuyv pr.'f'r>T?n PI,'PT’TT?n i:l's,‘,lt the Master's return Only His
j' ” KL !vL) KI'* 1 lri) servants will be held responsible for
-_ either reward or punishmeut In respect
j to their faithfulness.
I .Dive had the making of five! In considering what Is signified by
appointments, hikI without ex ! l,oun<L we must keep la memorv
ception they have been Proto. ! *Mt .the ful,ilnwit „u,"st *'*»*
1 O'easing or responsibility given alike
t‘-nls. affiliated with Hie Baptist, | »••> all of God's consecrated people. \Ve
Christaiu and Christain Science ! an (Ltuk of hut one thing given alike
l rinivciioo « i , , . , j I® this class. Tbe'r talents and oppor-
( hutches, and^ members or the are very unlike- wealth, mcn-
| Masonic and E. of P. Lodges. i 7:1 i capacity, on*. Irontnent. etc. None
Perhaps the most contempt I >f VJlril'<1 n':,*I,ts belong to this
W. J. Robinson return-id from ible part of this entire feligious ''tu'’1*5,0/ ^ ,
T- , r , .. j 1 > i im religious J lie pound represents In*Uf>calUm.
miaoraao Kansas. campaign is that the present sec-1 orie thing which the Redeemer
~ — j re vary of the present Congress-
GlarPnce McMillin who has man who ia urging it so strongly
•T. C Shoots was out uf town
on business Thursday.
Frank Watson was in Bartles-
The Supreme Court rendered
ade ision on the 21st. of July re
versing the decision of the lower
!< Mutts in regard to tho eligibility
of women to hold County offices.
Hus decision is ol'considerable
local interest because of the fact
that Mrs. Elizabeth Swift has lil
ed tor the office of County Clerk
subject to the Democratic pri-
maries and the decision of the
Court makes it possible for her
to make the race.
Mrs. Swift has been a rsident
of Washington County for nearly
five years and worked in the
Democratic II eadi| ua rters
j through the last two campaigns
and the Democratic workers und
candidates in all parts of the
county know of her untiring ef-!
forts for the success of the party. ----
For a time Mrs. Swift held a j j horeby announce that I am n
p 'sitmn as I -t puty »lerk of the candidate for the office of county
County Court and for the past | treHStm. sllbject to the voters at
two years and a half has been! the Rppr blicaa prilnaries Aug J
Dr. Lynette Barton
j Graduate-of Um Amwicaii Sciiojl
j Umltu- Supervision of tho Foundtr
| of 1 istoopathy.
I Phone 397 310 1-2 Dewey Avt
SARAH A. BURNS, D. C.
Office over the State Bank,
Bartlesville, Okla. Phone HSH
DR. A. W. COX, Specialist.
bye, ear. nose AND THROATi
Consultations and Exajnlnatioos Free
l’hone 121.3 day or night.
Dr. T. C. WILSON
Druglc.ss Me tin <1 of llt-llef
Located lour yearn In Biictb *v I!1p.
Office adjoins Kotnl Main* on the
South. •1011 Johnstone street.
T hereby announce myself as a
candidate for re election to State
Senate in and for the JDst Dis
trict, Washington and Tulsa
counties subject to the will ol
the Democratic primaries to be
held Aug. 4, 111 14.
A. F. Vandeventer.
We have just received a new
Faints and Wi.ll Paptr
W. R. WILSON
; been visiting Imre returned
Augusta Kansas Wednesday.
Large tracts of good f irming
|londnowopen for free settle-
j raent in Oregon. Over 200,000
acres in all. Good climate, rich
Altered the case.
In ono revua I caricatured a famour
dancer. A little while after, while
•abroad. I was told that the husband of __________ _____ „lumlr Iltll
She lady was locking tor me with a big aoi| and doe„ not require irrisra
Stick. A few weeks later 1 returned . • r,1~a
to London. I met th» husband, who I'un to raise flnestcropsof grain,
shook me warmly by the hand and fruit and garden truck For
■thanked me effusively for the> skit on i ,arci, u fu|, instructions and
his wife. They had quarreled iu the . . "u
-Interval.—George Grossmith in Tha information, and a plat of several
.Tailor. j sections of exceptionally good
- claims, send $4.40 to John Keefe; ......
I am prepared to do vulcaniz- Oregon City, Oregon. Three a trufe Ametican or a loyal Demo-
ing work on automobile inner years a U. S. surveyor and tirn |crat seeks Ins own advance
tubes and casings. All work berm an. An opportunity to get ®ent or *‘‘s 0PR°B‘-nt’s defeat
guaranteed. a good fertile free homestead
Leslie J. Courtney, near town and market.
against m*. is himself a member
of tho same church to which I
I stand squarely for the Amer-
ican doctrine of the so- -
aration of Church and
btate: for free schools; tho free
dom of the press; the freedom,
nut only of civil, but iff religious
liberty, allof which is guaranteed
to eve-y man under the flag by
the Federal and State Constitu-
I submit that no man is either
the office Deputy in the office of
the County Assessor. Her dut
i* s iri that office have made he;
famiiiar with the work in the o.'
fices of Register of Deeds and
County Clerk, and as these of
this year the experience gain -d
I during the time sho has been 1)
ust ! th 1914.
DR. FRANK HOOK
1 )KXT1 ST
Oyer Home National Bank
C'aney - - Kansas
J. A. Oriffitts.
upou the ground ol religion.
them on exactly tin equal footing; for
Justifivation makes uji to each in pro
portion as he is short of perfection. j puty will enabl(, ,jer to fi|, the of.
“Be Thou F.-.ithful Unto Death." '
Ail who now become Christ's fol-
lowers must receive from the Lord, ns
a basis for this relationship, the pound
—free forgiveness of sins—justification.
Because they are thus alike qualified,
the results will show the degree of
loving zeal controlling each servant
As In the parable one servant named
teu |»ouiids. so such noble characters j
as St. Peter. St. John and others count- I
ed «II earth y thlnirs us loss and dross,
that they inlaid be pleasing to their
Master, the coming King. These, and
such as these, who have gladly si-ent
themselves iu the Lord's service, will
have the highest rewards. The servant
who reported a gain of live pounds rep-
resents a class who will receive a less
influential place in the Kingdom.
“Those Mine Enemios—Slay Them.” \
The servant who hid Ids [Miiind repre- '
seats those who have entered into a
covenant with the Lord to be Ills serv-
ants. who have received Justification at
His hands, tint who have not complied
With their agree-
1 hereby announce my self «•- a cun-
deiaii for ; .e office of sheriff oihjct *
■ ■ Hie "ill i J tlm I h r. oci-ftticprimal ie- j
u be Lodi August 4.
fice of Ouunty Clerk in a very cu
liable manner. In spite of the
fact that Mrs. Swift has but a
short time iu which to make the
campaign, her friends over the
county ar; getting ve ry active in
her behalf and a frclyprophe
eying that she will get the nom-
ination and be an easy ‘winner in
the general election this fall.
I hereby announce myself ni
idHt<-for the office of County ......„
..lijnct to the voters at the Democrat
prltnari<“ to tie iield August 4.
ROBERT D. \V \ DDILL.
a can- j
.1 tidgt* I
AT FACTORY TRICES
SAVE I RO -i.k) TO 60 PER CENT
I desire to announce that I atnri cun
didab-for re-election to the office ol
Gonnty Attorney of U'nshingtrn ('<•..
- lbject to the will uf ti;e voters at tic
Democra c. Ppina to l»c held on
August 4, 111.
W. J. DONOHUE.
tubes and casings repaired
home. Leslie J. Courtney will
guarantee all work.
Got your automobile inner I desire to announce my candidacy
for the office if tmu- Clark, of
at' Washington County, subject to the
I will of the voters at the Re-
publican l,tima v to is* held Aiig-
.st 4th, 101-
tmart blue ^
lerge le vvco 1 Ql
measure , , • "
ake The Clothes
That Make The Man
So take Advantage
of this opportunity
and send for our
i Beautiful New Catalogue
Showing- the latest up-to-date
styles and materials in “Made-to-
Measure’ ’ Clothes for best dressed
pien strictly tailor made clothes
at much less than ready made
DEAN’S CLOTHES SHOP
K:ncTt' mention yot.r local piper
The Copan Grays and another
i L’opan team played a six inning
game tie score being 7 to 4 in
favor nf the Grays.
McMillin who hurled for the
Grays showed fine form while
comp members of
the Bride class.
___Not nutil He
The Lniaith/ul HitMKird. phall have dealt
with His servants nt His Second Com-
ing will Messiah begin to deal with the
world, and especially Ills enemies.
This statement is borne out by numer |
ous Scriptures. The work of the Gos
pel Age Is'merely for thp selection and 1
testing of His servants, to determine j
which will he found worthy of associa-
tion with Himself In the Kingdom
At 'first thought we might gather
that verse C7 signifies that the King of
Glory wll! be Implacable, ferocious, un-
synifinthefle. with His enemies. A pic-
ture iff tirs carnage Is given In ltevi
In glorious -naje«tv. with n sword pr
ce.sling our of His niuiiih. that with It
He should smite the nations Blessed
smiting! 1 his terrible carnage "III
mean a gn-ut blessing; for the Isinl
smites to heal rnl.-ss His,enemies he
thus hrot’vt.r into subjection, nothing
remains for them but extinction.—Act*
nient to sacrifice
self in Ills serv-
ice. This class j "
Is represented by | Montgomery did not do as well
the foolish vir- as was expected.
gins, who failed j ,fc an inter(.stjnK pame
to enter In to the ’
wedding. These | aQd was marred only by a little
will fail to lx*- fusting on both sides, a return
game of the cne Wednesday nf-
I herebv announce myself a«aennd
.TJx.'l 1 - If
3iix4 1 2
AH other sizes in slock Non-Skid
liros 15 per cent additional, ted tubes
tcu per cent above gray. All. new.
clean, fresh. (Juarentenl, tires Be t
standard and independent makes. Huy
direct from us and save money. r» por
cent discount if payment in full ac-
companies each order. C’. O. I). on 10
• • ■ • “ • • ' ' • w, uu IO
date for the office of County Assessor per cent deposit. Allowing examina-
111 4\f ,. l. , , , ., f L 1111 v t i u ih-uiil */i t l...
ot ’-iLinhiiigion trouetv sabject to tie*
will of the Democratic primaries to
be held Augr. 1th.
-'TORIES SALES CO.
A Daton Ohio.
FOR YOUR DEN
* I • in*.- i run tv itt m vc»i' rs i
tei noon will probably be played j1 >ie primary to be held Aug. I, tai t.
one day this week. JAMES K. Da\ KNPOnT
Watch for this game to be ad-
I hereby annonce that I am candid- a/n ... , ,, „ .
a te for the Democratic nomination owuilfiil uollcge Pennants'
for ( impress from I he First Congress i ■■
ional Disiiv t of okla. sub sq to the w
a ’."ti of ip,e I'eniMcrati • ,nt r-. a tine and Harvard, each Q in.
24 in. Princeton, Cornell
Michigan Each 7 in. by 21
vertised and then attend for an 1 f hereby
for the office of
interesaing gam,* is assured. j ZduZ tlm r'vX\M 1n pr',p"r co,or‘
HIM I ll'l l. AMI I lll.OIII.il
......... Many are rich, rare, pictures of
lb l.T where He "is represent^ j BEAUTIFUL MODELS AND
Also a Self Killing
All best quality felt with felt head
ing, streamora, letters and mascot ex-
assortment sent postpaid for f»i) eentj
THFODtHtr II ..... ..!and 5 "tampstojiayqioslage. Mend now.
fHMH.OL, d m.LL)H0WARD SpECIALTy c()
lican voter at the A igust primary.
1 hereby announce my candidacy
f"> Hie office of County Judge, subject
to'the will of the democratic voters at
primary election on August 4th.
( HAS. !•:. WEBSTER
1*». E. CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS
Sunday school Logins prompt
ly at 9.4b, F. F. Metcalf, Supt.
Preaching at 11 o’clock.
Song and prayer service at
7 JO and preaching at b. p. m.
Prayer meeting Thursday
v<•iiing at 7:30.
All are invited to attend these
services. Rev. Robinson, pastor.
r-ards 8nd raie iirtpictures over oiler
ed. Many andiard to olilam and
liave -oid singly for the price w ask
'for all. These will go quickly to all
i lover’ of thi beautiful in nature who
ajipieciale rare art pictures of well de-
A reliable - • ' ""in/ fountain pm
free with • • se alone
have sold tu. one‘Joliai iu stiires.
The 100 l.cautiful cards and [c-u nil fur
but 50 cuit'i ai d 10 cents in stamps »oq
AST PORTAYAL CO.
| DAYTON, OHIO
I hereby announce myself as a can
didat*- for the office of Court ( Jerk of
Washington county, subject to the
---- nt tlie
primaries to b«; iield A ,;ust 4, 1911
a. J. iEMl’LK, ibimona, Okla
I hereby aonounce tiiat I am n can "—------1 »»*wjnvi»
didate for State Senator from the31st i ^1* ,,f ,ha DemocraUc voter*
district comprised of Tulsa and Wash- 1,,!i tri*
PHI 1 YT A I \T I J P \l inff1nn Counties subject to the wi!i of
1 O U IN I /'ll 11 l Gil 1 th" Democratic voters at ti c \ igust
IjfrrV All Irr only b0 Cvtit.s primaries.
1 I* H fk W 1 . tj / 1
bargain in beautiful
I hereby announce myself a.s a
andidate for the Legislature jAugUB
I from Washington County subject
1 to the Democratic vote at the j.ri
rrary to be held Aug. 4.
M. W. Bovee.
I Iccebp announce uiyself as a can-
didate for the office of County Coin-
mlssiqner from the First District of
Washington ( >unty subjeot to tho
i ! >>f the Democratic voters at tho
: p ms a rtf 3.
1 ■ •■ • V’ anr,ounce Hint I am
actit, .iciate fur tlii* oftb■ of Sun
crinU ndentof Scli«o!s of Wash
mgton County subject 10 the vriH
! herebv announce mystijf as » candi-
dut" for the office of County Attorney
"f Washington county, subject to tho
will of th" itcnulilicHu voter* at tho
pr! nary election to bo held
e. \ :
I horeby anaour.M tny cam
(or couaty superintendoot of set
ue Derm drat.c voters at the t.> tha will Hie De iiocr-
- rr,ters at the primaries Anguv't 4U
Ugost primaries. NELL M K;?U
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