The Copan Leader. (Copan, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, July 6, 1917 Page: 3 of 4
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THE COP LEADER
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Among the latest efforts of a tal-
ented designer, whose products muko
place for themselves all over this ooun-
*0'. appears this handsome afternoon
dress. It almost goes without saying
that It Is of crepe georgette—although
It might be of voile or of net. Iiut
georgette has become a habit and we
have to compel ourselves to think
twice In order to consider any other
fabric for the light frocks of midsum-
Even when another material Is to he
used it borrows something from the
merits of georgette and is made up in
combination with this lovely fabric.
Silk, satin and wool are all used in
fort In tribute to the glories of sum-
mer. For August they presage Its
j passing with plainer lieadwTear in
white and black, In light colored, un-
I trimmed felts and in new inspirations
;of similar character that may come to
them. Hut to midsummer belong the
! loveliest and most alluring harmonies
that are ever translated Into headwear,
tlie dreams of artists come true.
Here are two new arrivals In pic-
turesque huts that remind us of sum-
mer days. One of them Is of black
raalines, with a double crown and a
wide, drooping brim. Just how the
outside crown is shaped so smoothly Is
a secret of the milliner. It Is bulky
IPS MERCURY! DANGER
"Dodson’s Liver Tone" Straightens You Up Better Than Salivating, Dangerous
Calomel and Doesn't Make You Sick—Don’t Lose a Day’s Work-
Wonderful Discovery Destroying Sale of Calomel Here.
Blue gingham and white pique go
to make up the pretty dress and bloom-
ers in which the little lass of three or
more years is garbed for play. These
bloomer sets are altogether the ipost
(sensible thing for romping children,
and there are several well-set-up ami
attractive models irt dresses with
bloomers to match to choose from.
They Include long and short-waisted
dresses, with belts, and are made of
colored ginghams with collars, cuffs,
and belts in white or in contrasting
color or pattern, in gingham, pique or
other heavy cotton weaves.
There are other substantia! weaves
in cotton that should be considered for
their durability, now that summer Is
here, and little folks, spending their
time In the open, are sure to climb and
scramble if left to themselves to enjoy
life as they should, they will do just
these things. Kindergarten cloth,
igalatea cloth and khaki are equal to
all sorts of rough handling and any
amount of tubbing.
Garbed in Gingham for Play.
lor average demands, gingham an-
j s"ers all requirements. It is made
up in blue, pink, green, yellow or
brown with contrasting collars, etc.,
or in plaids with accessories in plain
| colors. Skirts are full enough to allow’
complete freedom, belts and bodices
fasten with Hut pearl or bone buttons,
: and pockets are provided for the
treasure-trove of childhood on all the
skirts of playtime dresses. The frock
pictured Is an excellent model with
plain bloomers, it has a high belt
| slipped through straps of the ging-
' hatn nnd a panel at the front that
, extends from neck to hem. The rnth-
! (‘r ample pockets are of gingham,
with facing of white pique and pearl
: buttons, nnd are used for fastening
bodice and belt.
For rough-and-tumble wear in the
country khaki and galatca cloth are
made up in little garments with hod-
ice nnd full bloomers in one, to be
| worn without skirts. They are shown
in khaki color and in dark blue.
You’re bilious! Your liver is sluggish! You
feel lazy, dizzy and all knocked out. Your head
is dull, your tongue is coated; breath bad; stomach
sour and bowels constipated. But don't take sali-
vating calomel. It makes you sick, you may lose
a day’s work.
Calomel is mercury or quicksilver which causes
necrosis of the bones. Calomel crashes into sour
bile like dynamite, breaking it up. That’s when
you feel that awful nausea and cramping.
If you want to enjoy the nicest, gentlest liver
and bowel cleansing you ever experienced just take
a spoonful of harmless Dodson’s Liver Tone to-
night. Your druggist or dealer sells you a 50
cent bottle of Dodson s Liver Tone under my
personal money-back guarantee that each spoon-
DISRAELI MADE GREAT COUP ———
A HANDSOME AFTERNOON DRESS.
this way. Hut the dress shown In the
picture Is entirely of the crepe, even
| to the girdle and sash ends. It Is cut j
with a shaped yoke which extends
' from the back and front to a point un-
der the arms. Aprons, hemmed and
tucked, are gathered Into the yoke at
the front nnd back and hang to the
bottom of the skirt. The plain under-
skirt has a tucked panel gathered In
at each side. All tucks and seams are !
hemstitched. The neck and sleevesj
are finished with a nnrrow binding of
satin and satin-covered buttons are
used for a finishing touch on the
sleeves. The yoke Is embellished with
a braided pattern in silk soutache. Silk
tassels weight the sash ends; dress
and trimmings are all in one color, j
In dresses of soft materials the
atrnight-hanglng and simplified modes
for midsummer have greatly simplified
things for the home dressmaker. He-
sides, we are assured that the very
latest of all fads is the fad for things
that have a mnde-at-home loo'/, since i
•’"t light, and beautiful with a border
of narrow muslin braid about it In the
natural color of the straw. The same
braid is laid In Greek key design about
the upper brim and used for a finish at
the brim edge. A border, called a
"drop" of mtillnes, extends about the
brim edge. Its name betrays that it Is
worn turned down, sometimes, veiling
the eyes In n way altogether alluring.
Small flowers and leaves in linen color,
matching the straw braid, are placed
in a wreath about the crown, and Ut-
ile bunches of silk-covered grapes, in
the colors of the ripened or ripening
fruit, are set in the wreath.
A wide mllnn, in the yellow shade
called “sunbeam,” Is pictured in the
graceful shape, with sweeping brim-
lines that an* much wider at the sides
than in the front and back. Three fiat
brims two loops and one end to a
how— provide all the trimming needed
on this unusual design. One is in
brown, one in nattier blue, and one in
old rose, nil of satin ribbon about four
Purchase of Suez Canal by England
Great Stroke From Both Politi-
cal and Financial Standpoints.
As we move away from the day In ■
which they labored. Disraeli loom- 1
larger as a British statesman and
Gladstone smaller. Once these legis- !
lativo gladiators appeared just the re- j
Gladstone never did anything for his
empire of such transcendent impor-
] tuiK'e ns Disraeli’s financial coup in
j buying control of the .Suez canal from
the kheilive of Egypt Girard ob-
serves In the Philadelphia Ledger,
j Tllat en(1«td finally tile French hopes !
Of empire in the East.
Besides delivering a mighty politi-
cal stroke for his country, which re-
1 minds one of Jefferson's purchase of
Louisiana, Disraeli made a financial in-
vestment that was worthy of Koths-
The Suez canal stock which he
bought—176,600 shares out of a total
of 400.000—are now Worth just seven
times what England paid for them.
Their par value is $100. and a divi-
dend of 18 per eeut has Just been de-
clared, nnd It was over 30 per cent
before the war cut down canal traffic.
The Panama canal will in time be-
come a Standard Oil type of Invest-
ment for Uncle Sam.
To insure clothes of snowy
whiteness on washday just
Bed + Cress
Take no imitation, but insist
on the genuine Red Cross.
All good Grocers sell it.
Large Package 5 cents.
ful will clean your sluggish liver better than 3
dose of nasty calomel and that it won’t make
you sick. -
Dodson’s Liver Tone is real liver medicine.
,H kn?w 11 next morning because you will
wake up feeling fine, your liver will be working,
your headache and dizziness gone, your stomach
will be sweet and your bowels regular. You will
tee like working; you'll be cheerful; full of vigor
Dodsons Liver Tone is entirely vegetable,
therefore harmless, and can not salivate. Give it
to your children. Millions of people are using
Dodson s Liver Tone instead of dangerous calomel
now. Your druggist will tell you that the sale of
calomel is'almost stopped entirely here—Adv.
| Oklahoma Directory
Robulil, Repaired an-J Re-chorgetl
New. Batteries in ntock for any make of car.
An\thing electrical on Al'KO'OaiLt ur FiuM
LIliBIING PI AN IS WSTAIUB ..a ftPAiaS!
Pruniy Storage Dsfiery Co.
42 7 W. Main SI. Oklahoma Cily Okla.
$o 0 0.00
Is sold by ALLEN-JACKSON MOTOR CO. of
7l8 N. Broadway, Oklahoma City, State Distrib-
utor#. Also the jackaon-Wolven \e 8 as a aids
line. Some choice territory open tor local dealers,
10c a Roll
«pen» kive Ton better result*, ki-imau
Kodaks. ms, and all Kodak Buppltas sent anr-
wnrre. prepaid. Send us yonr neit roil and ns
convince you we are doing better Kodak flnlehla*.
Send for catalog.
Woslfa|l Drug Co.. Kodak Dept.
206 W. Main Eatiman Agents Oklahoma Cltf
Janes Motor Par P« ^ip Your Cattle,
BuUOen of High CjaasJiUt Cylinder Automobile*! HOgS Slid S h C 6 P fO
forcataiomancltcrrUo.-r information .....« ...
write or can
for catalogs and territory information.
DON'T OVERLOOK THE.
Cassidy Southwestern Comission Co.,
Capital, Surplus and Profits, $700 000.00
Oklahoma Citr—Ft. Worth - Kama* City—St.Loui*
■ WICHITA. 1. S. L |
Revival of Printed Cottons.
Time was when printed cottons were
the main dependence of the rank and
file of American women, for everyday
"car. Calico, percale, lawn, dimity
am] gingham met most of their re-
quirements at a time when most of
their days were spent at home and
the patchwork quilt flourished with a
wealth of material at hand to make It.
Rut with changing times, calico began
trailing off toward the horizon, with
other unsubstantial weaves following
it. until they almost disappeared.
The kitchen apron nnd the cotton
housedress, being permanent Institu-
tions, still demand strong, washable
cottons, nnd printed colors and pat-
terns make them less Interesting than
they would be In plain colors. Per-
cale and gingham hold their own as
the^best materials for house dresses
Rnd aprons. The percale of today Is
much like the calico of old, and the
house dress of today aspires to being
pretty, original, nnd fascinating. It
is allowed eccentricities In pockets,
belts, and In designs that proclaim It
again important and foretell the
return of printed cottons for country
wear and morning wear at home.
A kitchen apron of white percale
with many hair-line strips of black.
between broader stripes, giving It the
appearance of gray, is piped with
Uhlna blue. It is cat, as nearly all
aprons are, with kimono sleeves, bound
ami re-enforced along the top with the
piping. It fastens In the hack, and
has a belt hoflnd with the blue percale.
It has two practical pockets, and fas-
| tens with flat pearl buttons.
Borders and pipings, in plain colors
, that make a good contrast with the
) body of the garment, are depended
I upon to supply the decorative features
I in these dresses of printed cottons.
Huttons are occasionally used, hut
_ Trade Paradox.
Between twenty-five and thirty rears “Icemen can do something no other j
ae<> I commenced selling I)r. Eiliner s clr,s* °f men can succeed in.”
Swamp-Root and during all that time 1 “"'hat is that?”
,'T” ™n"»■>' —
praise it: and judging from their favor- * " Welph at th(* snme timp-”
able remarks and the repeated sales 1
enjoy I am confident that Swamp-Root is
a valuable medicine for the troubles for
which it is intended.
Very truly yours,
OTTO H. G. LIPPERT,
1601 Freeman, Cor. Liberty Sts.
Sept. 19, 1916. Cincinnati, Ohio.
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For You
Send ten cents to I>r. Kilmer 4 Co..
Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample size
■ii e'< “ wi" convince anyone. Y'ou
will also receive a booklet of valuable
information, telling about the kidneys
and bladder. When writing, be sure and
mention this paper. Regular fiftv-eent
and one-dollar size bottles for sale at all
drug stores —Adv.
W. C. NORRIS
MOTOR SA1.ES CO.
Tulsa, Ohio. City
N. S. SHERMAN MACHINE
AND IRON WORKS
Oklahoma nirprforv^Engi/leers’Jounder? and Machinists
directory Grate Bars and Smokestad<s
Mail Order* Promptly Filled.
The Parkhurst Book Co, 128 West
Main Street. Oklahoma City. Okla.
18 to 36 East Siam S.reet 0: iafrnma City, Old*.
Drs. Buxton & Guthrie
Eye, Ear',-Nose and Throat
Opening the Eggs.
He was a great pedestrian, but one
day his physical energy seemed to give
| out- "'eary and worn and sad, he was
beginning to despair of finding rest
•ind refreshment when a small way-
side bouse came Into view. The good
lady of the house executed her com-
i mission to supply her visitor with eggs,
toast and tea.
"May I open the eggs for you?” she
The young man nodded assent, hut
although the shell looked well enough,
appearances are often deceptive, and
that egg would not have done credit
to any self-respecting hen.
He drew hack his chair with a sigh.
Hasn't it been boiled long enough,
sir?' queried the lady.
“Yes." he replied, wearily; “but it
was not boiled soon enough."
420 NORTH BROADWAY
Kodak Films Developed Free!
Prints 3 Cents Each —Any Size
^-r:Uf,for.flrcg1’i-r »nJ samples. Ohiahume fils,
Fititkiai C*, P. O.Boi 9r#. Okltboua Cily, Okla.
KODAKS CAMERAS of All Kinds
To beatricbcreamery CO.
Oklahoma City, Okla.
of every description. Also Commercial Bodies
£££*’ ®tat€ distributors for GLOBE
I IRtS, 7500 miles guarantee on Ford Cars.
Federal MotorSales Co.
312 No. Bdwy., Oklahoma City
PREMIER LIBERTY BRISCOE
wanted to eaeh county.
Why not »ni* for full particular*.
Es? SCHOOL and CHURCH
^f‘rKl for catalog and prices.
SHARP AUTO SUPPLY COMPANY J4S"a ™ ■ OkUBONA CUT
406 North Broadway. Oklahoma City, Okla. W. N. U., Oklahoma City, No. 27-1917."
Home Refining Co„ Oklahoma City, U.S.L
Coat-Frock in Evidence.
The co$t-frock Is much In evidence
i and It possesses ninny merits. There
1 nre elaborate examples, hut the best
I models are noticeable for their sim-
! pllcity. A particularly satisfactory
| example has a square nock opening fin-
ished by turnover collar at side and
hack, tlie front buttoning over double-
breasted fashion, nnd the waist se-
cured by a loose belt.
"DREAMS COME TRUE” IN SUMMER MODES.
An Odd Sweater Closing.
Are you tired of the sweater with n
belt which turns Into a sash at the
front or side or hack? Then listen to
this odd way of finishing the sweater,
find go thou and do likewise.
Knit your sweater from n solid color
nnd finish it with white knit covered
buttons. One button will conic Just
About the wills!line, and Just below It
the sweater licit Mill fasten. The belt
should be measured carefully and each
end of ihe v. Id- belt withered into a
b’"l> 1,1 1 ! Iii.ul the loop a
[covered button Is placed on ench end
j and the loops arc Intercrossed and
fastened over the buttons on the op-
j poslte belt ends. Thus at the front of
the sweater Is a group of three white
buttons, forming u pretty trimming aud
[ fastening at the same time.
Idleness Fills Up Time.
“Too much idleness, I have observ-
ed. fills up a riinn’s time much more
completely and. leaves him less his
i own master than any sort of emplo-
meat whatsoever."—Edmund Burke.
society Is going In for common sense
and economy In matters of dress. In
order to look the part of devoted
patriots, thi* homemade dress is about
to be placed a notch higher than the
manufactured dress, and It belougs
Midsummer millinery, in dress hats.
Is the swan song of designers, for the j
season—their final and supreme if-
A Coat of Ribbon.
A sports coat made of ribbon is
quite a novelty. Bayadere striped rib-
bon Is used; that is. ribbon with cross-
j wise stripes in the rouille or rust color,
j °*> n Pole yellow ground. The strips
| "f ribbon are stitched together, each
crosswise stripe exactly matched to
ihe other, so that ihi* coat appears to
have stripes running all the wpy
around. In body and sleeve, while col-
lar, pockets and cuffs have a reversed
■fieri. white silk parasol Is trimmed >
“ill) uppllqued strips of the ribbon :
inches wide. The brown how Is placed
at the front and one of each of the
others at each side, against the base of
the crown. This unusual model Is
called the "Kast-nnd West" hat. In rec-
ognition of its width of brim from
side to side.
and there Is a ribbon reticule to match
i he coat and parasol, and a baud of
ribbon adorns a wide-brimmed straw
Development of Wireless.
Lx peri meats have been made Id
Sweden With a form of wireless trans-
mission and reception enabling an avl-
utor in flight to have communication
with the earth; other experiments
have been made with a contrivance
which is believed to he able to direct
the course of torpedoes from airpluues
NO MALARIA—NO CHILLS
“Plantation" Chill Tonic is guaranteed
to drive away Chilis ami Fever or veur
money refunded Price 5oc —Adv.
To Hunt Coyotes.
The remaining few “dead shots" In
the state of Montana are polishing aud
oiling the old "six guu” and Winches-
ter. for the decree has gone forth that
the coyote must he exterminated.
State Veterinarian W. J. Butler ap-
proved the plan to send out the best
''hots in the state to kill off the ani-
Evidence has been brought to light
that coyotes are infected with rabies.
A cow was found to be Infected after
having been bitten. Coyotes and
wolves, when Infected with rabies, will
attack any living thing.
Screw Worm Killer
kills the worm
and heals the wound.—Adv.
“Do you regard the price of coal as
high?” asked the dealer.
“No.” replied the patient citizen.
“You seem to regard the stuff as so
precious I am surprised you let go
of It at any price."
jgfe$IO per Share
—i Oil Refining Stock earns the biggest dividends in the world
Raise High Priced Wheat
on Fertile Canadian Soil
Canada extends to you a hearty invita-
tion to settle on her FREE Homestead
land* of 160 acre* each or secure some
c. i . . of th<- low priced lands in Manitoba,
ber*-This year whc,t u h**her bu‘
land !“•* “ che«p. so the opportunity is more at-
tractive than ever Canada wants you to help feed the wurid
by tilling some of her fertile soil-Und .malar to that which
to many V’*™*'*1 20 to 45 hu*hel» of wheat
arour.J**2'.T1hlrlk i°f t^e|m<Tey y°“ C“ make with wheat
, * bu»hel and land so easy to get. Wonderful
yields also of Oats, Barley and Flax. Mixed farming
in Western Canada is as profitable «n mdu.trv a*
_____ C. A. COOK
2012 Main St., Kansas City, Wo,
Canadian Government Affeot
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