The Copan Leader. (Copan, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, August 4, 1916 Page: 1 of 8
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VOL. 1. No. 28.
COPAN. OKLAHOMA. FRIDAY. AUG.. 4. 1916.
$1.00 PER YEA*
National Politics Beginning to
For this hot weather.
We can assure you comfort
f our “Kool Kloth
in one o*
Pri-es- S7 M$0.59 $12.50
We are showing’a complete
line of Mens Furnishings for
hot weather wear.
Suits Made to order
Always of groat importance us
an indicator is the political but
tie which ta Ires place in Maine
in September, 2 months in ad
vance of tim great National Pol-
itical Battle which is fought to a
finish in November.
1 The Democrats have made the j
i Hirst start in the old pine tree i
| states of Maine, and they have'
started energetically to take aj
, poll of the votes of that state to
! ascertained the “drift of public
| opinion,i- The first results have
'overwhelmed them with joy.
They have given out the results ' snd Mrs. .T W. Shaw left
j of the polling of a part of one j Wednesday for (bo ard Kansas
J congressional district, and ac‘ | to visit relatives.
I cording to their report this sec j--—
in HH:i gave Wilson 1700 votes P.L. Montague, The Ice Man
while the Hull Moose and the! — -------
IN AND AROUND
Candies are kept Fresh and
Cool in t tie new Re frige rat wig
(land.v Case at the Drug Store.
Hot some to take home to the
children it wiM please them.
George Arnold is clerking inj
the Copan Vharmacy.
Copan Leader $1.00 per year
W.E. Gill and wife returned
home Wednesday altera months
visit with relatives in Tenn.
Grant Metcalf and J.W. Bart
lett were business visitors
the county seat Monday.
J.A. Milam worked Monday
and Tuesday on the foundation
of the house to be erected by
Mrs, Dora Gibson. J.H. Conway
has the contract.
Miss Ortena Willis w visiting Cane.v Saturday,
relatives m Bartlesville tliisi
Miss Hazel Gunn was a guest
at the home of Mrs. L D. Hud-
son of Dewey on Monday.
Speed Fiends Will Rsce at
Mrs. Hampton and children
of Wann were the guests at the
home of her father J.C. Davis
Miss Kniz Class of BtilhsTex
is in Copan this week visiting the last of the week,
George Clennon of Independence
came to Copan witIChis aunt
Mrs. Monfort and expects to re-
main for the winter tto attend
When you need ice, see the
old Reliable, P.L. Montague.
Ptirlns lh° r< a ■' r ;i::sui:'."’. California Llxc Island,
vacation the sermons at the rlnneh C. I fora., mveri-ig almost ton ill*-
r,-eiv preached b.v well-known minis- os of latitude, lies well within the
(»n rnnii oilier diuiclies. A i t ot v. • i temperate /.one. with conditions
coining attractions was posted \ tin . of temperature eoniltn ive to a luxuri-
vestlbule. (me nioraiim'. when r ' «t vetetathm. The state la peculiar-
ids nariouiieeniints for tin- co . . ly Isolated, a the high mountains and
week, tiie day's Inrtimbent mislaid the ties to the , otter tin iwjwsstilile
(.Up (-ontaining the name of i:i< itnm- " to ptanis ifom the Atlantic ^ secure
(Hate sue-tssor. bat lie to p; red the !•■ of tii continent, while to l.he
Information in this f -h, n: “On !
way out you will find the pre. fierier | 1, -r <':'lif< rv.ia. and on
next Sunday l.am;ln,; up in the v ;i , In 'he shores of the Pacific. ihe S(,)uHn'r the
pu;„(o s':.- thus lias many of the character- I
I ! lstics of an oceanic island.
Republicans combined rocieved
3,300 votes. The Boll this time
indicates that in the same sec-
tion where ol course the total
vote will be larger on account of
increase of population, :!,758
have indicated their intention of
voting for the re-election of Pre-
sident Wilson, and 2,200 wilt
vote the regular republican tic-
ket. If the Democrats continue
to gain such pre ponderating
vote in favor of President Wil-
son's re-election, they may well
The state election in Maine
will held on September lltli, at
which time a Governor will be
!> hosen. two United States Sena-
j tors, one for the regular term to i
succeed Senator Johnson, the | Geo. Shoemaker wan a visitor
Democrat a ml the oilier to fil'attlie county seat Wednesday.
the vacancy caused by the death--—
of Senator Burleigh, and four' Frank Gunn served on the
Represenatives in Congress. j County Flection Board at Bart
! The old saying is, “as Maine! icsville Tuesday,
■ goes, so goes the nation’'and i ! - ’___ jt/i
Maine shows u decided tend ini HP Jackson and sons were
one direction or the other, it will] Bartlesville visitors Wednesday, Kansas Sunday and added a
1a very reliable indication as --------- |nother victorJ' to theif ,on-
j to whether tiie National Govern- Hess Brown is able to he up j The scoi e was 9-6.
I ment for the next four years j ;md about again after a severe Several cur loads of fans went
will lie administered by Presi- i illness-
dent Wilson or whether Justice j -----
Hughes will relieve him of that! .V.-) Courtney took the ballot; J>f‘ a lost ffame up to the seventh.
Names loconjui within the
auto racing game, are listed in
the personnel of drivers who
have entered for the several
events on the program, for the
two days of auto racing at the
t state fair.
Art Klein. Eddie Hearne, Tom
my Milton, Cliff Wood berry, J.
at Mais, and Gototf, a Hussain driv-
er new to this country will be
there. Secretary. I.S. Malian
was much pleased to receive the
'entry of Mrs. Jonny Mais who
1 lias created a furore in the east
where she has competed in many
racing meets this summer in
competition with men drivers.
She askes no handicap in any
event and has so far held her
own m the dozen or more races
she has entered.
The Betting Odds
State fair visitor are promised
G.C. Watkins of the Peobody j a thrill when they see her speed
Normal in Tenn, will be the new! jng) around eighty miles an
Manual 11dining teacher fot tlu jjjayp She lias entered events '1"^1 insight.
So«n after the nomination of
Mr. Hughes and President Wil-
son. when it l-eeame certain that.
Mr. Roosevelt would endorse Mr
Hughes and deliver the Bull
Moose to that ticket so far as he
was able to do so, bets were im-
mediatley placed In New York
with odds of 2 to 1 in favor of
Mr. Hughes, but now it appears
that the assumption that the
Hull Moose would vote anywhere
near solidly for Hughes is un-
founded. Tire Vice-presidential
nominee of the Bull Moose party
Mr. John Parker, has issued a
call for a convention to meet in
Chicago on August f>th, to nomi-
nate a full ticket that will stick
to the party. This fact shows
eonclusivly that the Bull Moose
are far from having decided to
go over to either party in a lump
it is therefore not surprising
when $25,000 is offered in New
York on Wilson against $12,200
Out door women always have
a kodak, get one that is sim
pie, (juick, and always succ-
essful at Hall’s the leading
jeweler in Bartlesville.
listed for both days, Wednesday |
Sept. 27 and Saturday, Sept. The Platinum Rule.
IJOtll. 1 As ye would that men v >uld do unto
__! your children, do ye e\ n so unto their
Copan Loader $1.00 per year.
The Greys went to Niotaze
with the home boys and saw
them win what was supposed to
Who Will be the Next President
B-a*s-e B a l l
'boy fibm precinct no. 3 to Bart
I lesvilLe Wednesday,
Pleased to say our subscribers j
a tine vest pocket
are Mr- diCAZof Mrxi.v; and | book and “Argument settler”
l.< • <':tiif«-n»la. mid on tin* west fnlj ot presidential facts net. by;
J J •» Brock had charge of the
! ballot box for precinct no. 4.
W.H. Nash was a Bartlesville Jstood 0 Niotaze added another
visitor th6 tii.st of the week. run m the eighth making the
__j final talley 9-6.
Five runs behind and with the
Niotaze pitcher pitching air tight j
ball the Greys started to win in j
the seventh chapter. Game open j Xiota* are determined to r«^nge for their former defeat
ed with a double and when theiand the Copan Greys say- ’It cant be done”-Come out and
see a, Battle Royal.
Admission 25 cents
third inning was out the score!
Matter of Comparison.
ElH.’tluti Agent—'“l’l t s n Dangerous Study,
long cpwli our rand1 '!'* <•' t . -“It r.-.ttsf lia'-<> taken n lot of
ncrU-ultural que.«-i-:i, v.v t.’t , i.-n, - ci v.ittr part to learn to
Farmer I’lnv. <«n- *<>h. ■ it j.;. ,, p,,. *>,» well." H**—“It
had: l.ut ii couple o’ n: ' ,v . I ji d to so Misp.ntlv armed
*ud u’ done a --Ijrht re , ■ ■ i.’ thr •• months.’' -I’ *nch Howl.
Sound Sody and Mind.
Not nil the Emu h have I" n f'-irJ"
with the swcri! and (4. -H. not all re
lrt‘U oti< llav been s! re.' "'I '*•>' 1 1
il,.- field •battle not
meits rendu'd by the o- . n
have cn'i to r< ah::- tb t ' ’ .....
aiut minds are of less Imp- rta ■ ■ ■'
postage therefor Bert Kesler left Wednesday
| three one cent stamps to “D. for Coffey ville and Pittsburg
Swift & Co., Washington D.C. 'to visit relatives.
It shows which side each state j ---
voted on iu each and every one | Gen Huston has sold the meat
of the last ten presidential elec | market to G. V. Willison who
tions; the popular and electorial j took charge tlie tirst of the I
votes cast by each state for Wil- j month,
son. Rosevelt and Taft in 1912;
contains a breit sketch of each
Next Sunday the same teams
will play on the Home Diamond
The new grand stand has just
been completed with a seating
capacity of 1 NO.
Mrs J.C. Davis returned to;
j her home in Copan after a ten'
days visit with relatives in 111.
The Copan Greys will play a
and every president from Wash-! return game with Niotaze on! AD. McCoid is keeping cool
ington to Wilson, a brief sketch | Sunday. The grandstand will be I those warm days with the help
Filling the Cap.
Tniili'siimn (wlm has boon at tin*
telephone for ;t quarter of an hour, to j
UI? apprentice)—“Here, William, take j , _
, as !«>"■: ’«y '9e H 0f past presidential election, the com,)lot(Hl by that date and their of a -as f:in'
'"JIT;:*: Whig party, the Democratic ;wiUbeseat8forall. . “ pand
<: > 'tes. j party, and the Republican party ! ---- i Mrs. J.H. Brock and grand
*A • yon st ill t'/.ere, .Tames!
A’.u hi, i' r ' Liverpool Globe.
Sank uf Copan
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F.H .<»1 NY. Pro . W.C. Ml l.Ki:R \ . Pres.
.1.1). Mcl'OH). Cashier
State Bank, Guaranteed
under State Guaranty Laws
Rolls Small anti Lartio Accounts Invited.
Give us a tr ial,
Our aim is to pleas
Collections a Specialty, Notary and Ins.
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We will clerk your sale and buy the paper.
j Contains business laws, patent
\ laws.calanders for 191(5 and 1917
and much other useful informa-
, tion and would cost you 2uc at a
! book store. Every voter needs
iust such a book.
The B.Y.P.U of Coiian went |dau«hter Bur«ess ls vlslt
u, Bartlesville Sunday evening in* lvlatives in Independence
and attended services there. i1*1111 Elk Cil* Ulis week’
Will Robinson of Ramona was
! in Copan Monday.
Officiil Total Vote of the Prinary
Republican Co. Atty,
Eudora Titsworth who is a
I guest at W.l . Bartlett home was
Kodak's get them at Hall’s
all prices and kinds. The ko
dak provides tin* means for
keeping a happy picture story
of the day, Hill’s have just
what you want. Bartlesville.
Machinery Exhibits Exceed
The marked interest prevail-j;l
ing on implement field during 'vas accompanied by lh st( i
the state fair each year, proves DeUitt.
visitors appreciate the op port on
ity of examining the various
I types of farm machinery dis
| played there.
i Tractors, gas engines, plows
and every style of farm imple-
ment from dozens of manufact •
urers are exhibited there each ; —
dav Wanted: Young Men With
,, , , i Nerve. Good pay, Short hours,
Hardware men also find tins , , ,
, , , , , . opportunity for travel, advance-
department of value in compar-i ** ,
the merit, of the diltereul I me“t: nor0“l "
. it, I references required. Aviation
makes, to guide them in the! . '
. .. f f I Dept. The O Conner Corporation
selection of one of the unpor- , ‘ Tl.
tant linos in thslr stock- From «*» b' Wosot. Ch.cseo. 111.
present outlook ootries c left vred.
- will exceed last year 20 Dvr cent , . r TT
l,o oO per cent, ' ^ ,
1 weeks visiting relatives
W B. Allen.
L U. Gaston
John A Rawlings
Democratic Co. Atty,
Porch Swings and Porch
If you could use a porch swing or porch set, you can
get nice ones at a reduction in price that would bo inter-
We have some porch suites, you can get at half
price, and some swings at a reduction.
And if easy payments will be any advantage to you,
you may have it that way even though we are selling ut
such low prices.
We also are beginning to receive some of our new
furniture for fall, and would like you to see it.
If you have never bought from us, you will find
the satisfaction of good goods, rightly priced, with our
guarantee to give satisfaction something worth a lot to
Let us show you that furniture you want before
you buy, and dont forget you can get it on easy payments
for Your Credit Is Good, and we pay the freight to your
,The Reliable Furniture Co.
Bicbrsfh i Le?
•314 Dewey Ave. Phene 847
Don't forget your Credit is good
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The Copan Leader. (Copan, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, August 4, 1916, newspaper, August 4, 1916; Copan, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc950657/m1/1/: accessed May 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.