The Copan Leader. (Copan, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, September 11, 1914 Page: 3 of 4
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COPAN, OKLA.. LEADER
BEYOND THE JUVENILE COURT
Police Official Really Could Not Do
Much for Distressed Mother of
The telephone bell jingled merrily
In the officers’ room at Central station
the other night and a feminine voice
replied to a corporal’s “hello.”
“Is dis der poleese station?”
"Veil, 1 want you to find my poy
Jakie and send him home.”
“What has Jakie done?”
“Nuddings. Hut he won’t stay home
at nights. He just runs around and
runs around. And sometimes he don’t
get home till nearly 10 o’clock.
Smothering a desire to laugh, the
“How old is Jakie?”
“He vuz thirty-two his last birth-
“.Madam,” gently replied the officer
“you had better let Jake alone. He
probably has got a girl.”—Louisville
Apropos of taxes easy to collect and
taxes hard to collect, Senator Henry
Cabot Lodge said at a tea in Cam-
"ixits of men possess untold wealth
today, thanks to the income tax.”
Work and worry
make women old be-
fore their time —stop
both. Use RUB-NO-
POWDER. It loosens
you — saves your
clothes. Makes them
like new again.
is a sudlcss dirt re-
JL mover for clothes.
W l| It cleans your dishes,
' V. It C I 11 L C I n I I I r « m J
Clean Living Did It.
Christy Mathewson, one of tlia
greatest twiriers that ever hurled a
ball, is now serving his fourteenth
year in the majors, and most of the
Ians believe he is stronger than ever.
At the age of thirty-four “Matty" still
is the star fiinger of the Giants, and
not clily has he few peers in the game
today, hut none of the men ,n his class
has seen such a long term of service
on the "big time.” The longer he
pitches the better he appears to be-
come. Strict attention to business, a
iove for his profession and clean liv-
ing are the reasons for this popular
player's great success.—Leslie’s.
FORMER SAVAGES ARE VOTERS
The Fingerless Kind.
Lillian Russell during a i%cent visit
to Atlantic City was amazed to see
the number of slashed skirtB that still
prevailed on the boardwalk.
“They must be last spring’s left-
overs," she said.
Just then a young girl in a skirt
outrageously slashed at back and
front asked her companion in pass-
"How- do you like my new dress?
Fits like a glove, doesn’t it?”
Fits like a mitt, she’d better say,”
murmured Miss Russell with a smile.
"Come on, Bill,” whispered the old
burglar in disgust. “It’s no use wast-
ing time here."
"Don’t you think those lovers will
get off the steps soon?” queried the
“No. I just heard him say that
was the last kiss. They'll he an hour
” ' V\ *1 vn ana jnur ulbllCS,
F wS, >' sinks, toilets and
«' t <§7 rl,,a"s and sweetens
S l""i your milk crocks. It
kills germs. It does
not need hot water.
Washing Powder Carbo Naptha Soap
Five Cents—All Grocers
The Rub-No-More Co., Ft.Wayne, Inti.
A GOOD COMPLEXION
GUARANTEED. USE ZONA POMADE
the beauty powder compressed with healing
agents, you will never be annoyed by pim-
ples, blackheads or facial blemishes. If
cot satisfied after thirty days’ trial your
dealer will exchange for 50c in other goods
Zona has satisfied for twenty years—try it
at our risk. At dealers or mailed, 50c
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Insured Against Loss.
No one ever doubts the curative
powers of Hanford's Balsam after
once using it for external ailments on
man or beast. Countless unsolicited
testimonials from users of this valu-
able remedy show what it has done
for them, and the manufacturer's guar-
antee insures your satisfaction or the
return of your money. Adv.
Avoiding a Peril.
Dobbs—No, sir, I’ve never yet felt
the craving for liquor.
Nobbs—You’re a mighty lucky man.
How do you account for it?
Itobbs—Why, I always take a drink
when I want one.
At the Zoo.
“Look here, Maria, at the anaconda
and the boa constrictor.”
Wo know of no liniment that equals
Hanford's Balsam in its healing prop-
If a man can’t blame any one else
for his troubles he can at least drive
himself to drink.
Bed Cross Bill Blue, much better, goes
farther than liquid blue. Get from any
When a young widow makes up her
mind to marry a bachelor he may es-
cape by dying.
Keep Hanford's Balsam in the sta-
Many a young man buys flowers for
an heiress as an investment.
New Zealand Cannibal Tribe Advanc-
irg Rapidly—Women Have
Washington.—Many persons whoso
parents were cannibals are now voters
and good citizens in New Zealand, and
some of them are members of the New
Zealand parliament, according to a re-
port on the progress of the Maori
tribes and their descendants recently
made by the National Geographic so-
ciety in Washington. The society has
just completed a long study of the ad-
vancement of the tribes, which were
considered among the most vicious
tribes of cannibals in existence a lit-
tle over fifty years ago. At that time,
it is said, tribal feasts in which human
captives were the principal feature of
the bill of fare were periodical forms
of entertainment in the regions con-
trolled by the tribe chiefs. Today
even the women descendants of the
cannibals exercise the right to vote.
“When the English first occupied the
islands in the early part of the Nine-
teenth century,” the report states in
part, "it is estimated that there were
about 100,000 Maoris in New Zealand.
They were divided into tribes, each
tribe having its unwritten laws re-
garding land, cultivation, and other
"The English found that they had a
genius for war, showing unusual skill
in building, fortifying and defending
stockades. They found them also tillers
of the soil and that as carvers and
decorators they were unrivaled in the
Oceanic world, and that they displayed
great originality in design and perfec-
tion in the execution of rock paint-
ings, and In carving the ornamental
figures of their dwellings, their boats
and sacred inclosures. The Maoris
were also noted for their tattooing,
which was designed to ornament the
j body. Whoever refused to undergo the
protracted tortures of tattooing re-
quired at every important event of his
1 life was regarded as a person by his >
ow n consent foredoomed to slavery.
"There are about Jo,000 Maoris left. ;
These have retired to the northern
i provinces of New Zealand, where cer- \
tain reservations have been set apart \
j for their exclusive property. The Ma- j
ori children attend schools regularly. ]
Such of them as continue into the
higher branches of learning are said ;
to be worthy rivals of white students.
Some of the Maoris have become land- !
ed proprietors. They are proud of their
right to vote, and especially of the
fact that their women were given this :
privilege at the same time that it was
given to the white women of New I
It is said that tattooing among the
tribes is now rare, and that the Ma-
oris, to greater extent than any other !
group of savages, have indicated that
man can be raised from savagery to j
civilization within one generation.
VILLAGES OF UPPER VALAIS
There is a Distinctly Italian Touch
About Some of These
Paris.—There Is a distinctly Italian !
touch about some of the villages in |
Upper Valais, says L. E. Waller in
“Country Life." In few places is this
more marked than in Brigne and its j
hulf-sister, Naters, across the Rhone, ’
probably because of the Simplon Pass !
over into Italy which mounts near by. '
YOUNG MAN WELCOMED SIGN
Showed That Fiery Southerner Might
Almost Be Considered "Back
in the Union.”
Senator A. O. Bacon of Georgia tells
this nlyry of Colonel Clayton, a fiery
southerner who went out of the Union
when his state did, and fought bravely
through the war. He refused to be
"reconetrusted'' after the war was
“ 'Once a Confederate always a Con-
federate,’ he was wont to say, and
although he recovered from the bit-
terness engendered in the four years
of strife be regarded himself as an
alien in the restored Union, and re-
fused to vote or to exercise any of the
duties of a citizen.
“When the war with Spaian broke
out, however, the old fire burned in
his eye, and he offered no objection
when his son, a stalwart specimen of
young manhood, joined the national
army and went to Cuba to fight.
“One day, after the battle of San
Joan, the young man received a letter
" ‘Wei!,’ he said thoughtfully, after
reading it, ‘father is back in the Union
at last.’ ”
’“Does he say so?' he was asked.
“ ‘Not exactly, but he might as well.
He writes "United States” now with-
out putting fhe word "United” in quo-
tation marks.’ ”
Many Women at Work.
Prof. Edward A. Ross says that
there are about 5,000,000 women en-
gaged in gainful occupations in the
United States, and that the number is
Increasing much more rapidly than
the general population. The factory
has taken everything out of the home,
he says, except the preparing of food
and the rearing of children. About
one-third of the single women of the
country between fifteen and twenty-
five are engaged in occupations out-
side of their homes, and in the city
50 per cent, so that nearly half the
women in the country are at work, hut
between twenty-five and thirty-five
only one-fifth of the number are at
work outside the homes, most of them
being married. .
Horse Hadn’t Had Fair Chance.
An Irishman who was selling a
horse to an English agent, who was
buying for the British army, was
asked by the latter would he guar-
antee the animal as fit for his majes-
"Of course I will,” replied Pat,
whereupon the bargain was completed.
Some time afterward the agent met
Pat at a fair.
"Why, you scoundrel,” exclaimed the
Englishman, “you guaranteed that
horse as fit for his majesty’s serv-
ice, and he turned out useless for
"Then, hang it, man, why didn't
you try him in the navy?” was the
Your Baby’s Life
It is more to you than your own. Then why try any other
Physician prescribes it?
Remember there is nothing injurious in CASTORIA if it bears
the signature of
Sold only in one size bottle, never in bulk, or otherwise;
to protect the babies.
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OKLAHOMA STATE FAIR
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Took Her Too Literally.
A Bloomfield woman looked across j
her lawn to where passers-by were j
breaking off the blossoming twigs of !
her favorite quince tree.
“We might as well cut the tree j
down as let it stand for people to de- 1
strey,” said she.
Half an hour later the tree lay on
the ground beside a little hatchet, |
w hile around behind the house the j
small boy of the family was getting j
a switching with one of the branches, j
This teaches us that we should be |
sure of our audience before we era- j
ploy hyperbole in our speech.—New ark !
Wise Mr. Young Husband Escaped
Pains of Indigestion Without Hurt-
ing the Wife’s Feelings.
The conversation having turned to
culinary spasms. Congressman Otis
Wingo of Arkansas was reminded of
Mrs. Smith’s struggle with the cook
Mrs. Smith was young and inexperi-
enced, the congressman said, but she
was ambitious. So one afternoon she
waded deep into the cook book and
dug otic an angel cake, which she
placed before the old man at the even-
"What's the matter with the angel
cake, Harry?” asked wifey, disappoint-
edly, on noticing that he studiously
avoided it. "Isn’t it good enough?”
"It isn't that, dear,” gently re-
sponded the old man. "I’m afraid that
I am not good enough.”
“Good enough for what?” queried
little wifey, with a puzzled expression.
"Good enough to become an angel,
sweetheart." softly answered hubby.—
"You don’t know how I worry about|
my husband,” said the tired looking
woman as she leaned on her broom j
for a moment.
“Why, there’s nothing to worry
about,” answered the neighbor. "He’s
sitting in a chair on the back porch, j
“Yes. But sometime when I’m not j
there to look after him he’s going to I
fall out of that chair and hurt him- j
The moth hasn't much use for a
man who posseses only one suit of
Smile on wash day. That's when you use
Red Crc-- Ball Blue. Clothes whiter than
enow. All grocers. Adv.
Except for their mistakes, a great
many men would never even be heard
To cool burns use Hanford's Balsam.
For Good Cause.
A man allowed himself to get very
much excited about a letter he had
written to the editor of a newspaper.
He told a friend that he intended to
lick the editor.
“Well, the other day I sent him a let-
ter on public affairs, which I signed
"Didn’t he print it?"
"Sure, he printed it; but what did
he do hut add an s’ to the signature!”
Every man who isn't prominent im-
agines that he will be some day.
A Kind Father.
“Father," she said, "Mr. Kenwood
told me last night that he intended to
call on you today and ask you some-
thing very important about me. Did
you see him?"
“This is such a nice evening, Marie,
that 1 hate to spoil it by telling you."
Wrong Moment for Applause.
Friend (at a French play)—Why
did you applaud so vigorously when
that comedian made his speech before
Spriggins (confidentially)—So that j
folks would think I understood French, j
What did he say?
Friend—He said the remainder of j
his part must be taken by an under-
study, as his mother was dying.
SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT
15 16 17
9 10 II
The new Lotschbag line will probably
cause Brigne to grow into a town, but |
Naters may be saved from civilization I
for some time to come, and we may
still hope to see scenes like this In
its main street. The half black, halt :
white goats are familiar to all, and in- |
quisitlve animals they are, too, ready
to eat anything you offer them—even !
your last hotel bill—and prepared to ■
attach themselves to you for good if'
you give them a little salt when you
meet them on the Alps. Here they
were the friendly escort of the pic-
turesque girl, and obeyed her as read-
ily as dogs.
The New Freedom.
The duchess of Marlborough, who
has contributed $2,000,000 to the suf-
frage cause in England, was talking
about the new freedom of women at
a reception at Marble house, her
mother’s Newport residence.
“No home,” the duchess said, with a
smile—"no home is truly modern un-
less it has two latchkeys.”
WEDDING OFF, SEEKS DEATH
'Tofu own’ nnrcr.isT will tfi.i. top
Tty Munne Kv* Remedy for Kod, Weak. Wat«*ry
Btm :ind Granulausi Kyellds: No Smarting—
lUht Bye Comfort. Write for B«M>k of ibe Kye
dj uia.l t rue. Murine K/e Keuu-djr Co., Chicago.
Let the small boy make the noise
of the neighborhood and he cares not
who does the work.
BUMPS ITCHED ON BODY
Route No. 3, Cooper, Texas.—“I was
taken with an itching and my whole
body got covered with little red
bumps. It would Itch till I would
scratch the blood out of my skin and
then it was just like fire. I could not
sleep at night until I got Cuticura
Soap and Ointment. I would bathe in
warm water with Cuticura Soap and j
then put on the Cuticura Ointment
and I got well quick. Two weeks
from the time I commenced to use
Cuticura Soap and Ointment I was
sound and well and I have not been
"My baby had a breaking out on his
ear and behind It and he would claw
the skin off. It spread and his little
ear was nearly rotted off. I washed It
good with the Cuticura Soap and then j
put on the Cuticura Ointment and
they healed It up.” (Signed) Mrs.
Mary Boles, Jan. 28, 1914.
Cuticura Soap and Ointment sold
throughout the world. Sample of each
free,with 32-p. Skin Book. Address post-
card "Cuticura, Dept. L, Boston."—Adv.
Praise for Americans.
Mrs. Philip Martineau. having re-
turned from the United States (o Eng-
land, has much to tell of the interest
the Americans take in gardening of
late years. She praises very hightly
the custom at Portland, Ore., of giving
away a hundred roses to the people
each year to beautiful the fronts of
"It is a magnificent idea,” she said,
"and the result admirably repays the
outlay. Other cities and towns should
copy the idea.”
Cause of the Chill.
Mrs. Kawler (to hostess's child)—
Are you glad to see me again, Edith?
Edith—Yes’m; and mamma's glad,
Mrs. Kawler—Is she?
Edith—Yes; she said she hoped
you’d come today and have it over
Mayor Mitchel of New- Y’ork said of
a foolish suggestion for winning Ul-
ster over to home rule:
"This remedy reminds me of the
woman who looked up from the
woman's page and said:
“’John, it tells you here that sliced
onions scattered about the house will
absorb the smell of fresh paint.’
‘“That’s right, I guess,’ John an-
swered. ‘Decapitation, too, will cure a
cold in the head.’ ”
"Pa. what is meant by a feminine
"A feminine touch, my son, is a
bow of pink ribbon on a fly swatter.”
"What has been the greatest mis-
take of your life?”
"Making so many.”
Water Is Good Medicine
Many people who hare weak kidneys fail
to appreciate how much water can do for
them—but while it U<#ood to drtak water
freely, it must be pure water. In many
sections, the lime or aikaliue water starts
kidney trouble of itself.
Doan’s Kidney Pillsareamost reliable rem-
edy for weak kidneys. When backache or ur-
inary disorders first appear,take Doan’s and
be sure to assist the kidneys by drinking
!>:eir • «.f pure w v-ir. Prompt treatment will
assjht the danger of gravel, gout, rheumatism.
Doan’s Kidney Pills are successfully used
all over the civilized world and publicly
recommended by thousands.
An Oklahoma Case.
John T Jonet, ear-
I penter. 213 S. Pine
j-Tyrr-St.. Paula Valley
Ok la., eaya: "I had
C^^awful palra through
VJ—my kidney* along
____w*tb dizzy ape I 1b.
I \lL?w=r—-vThe kidney secre-
tion* passed too fre-
-quently and burned.
-I had given up hopes
of ever getting well,
when a friend
brought me a box of
Doan’a Kidney Pills
In three days, they
relieved me and four
boxes fixed me up In
Get Doan’s at Any Store. 50c ■ Box
FOSTER-MILBURN CO.. BUFFALO. N. Y.
DICKEY’S OLD RELIABLE EYE WATER
for sore eyes. Doesn’t burn or hdrt. Adv.
W*rli’f GrealesI Biiioi Act
HOI I AND AND DOCKRIL L
$100,000 Worth of Education and
Amusement justifying more than ever
before the claim of “Fair of Progress”
The best exhibits of Horses. Cattle, Sheep, Swine, Poultry. Farm
and Garden Products. Been and Honey, Fine Arts, Hducational Work,
Textile, t ullnary, hairy Products, Machinery and Manufacturer*' and
THAVIU'S BAND AND GRAND OPFRA SINGERS
Together with Popular Cabaret Trio and Tango Team.
Direcllron the New York tiippoiirons
POWI R’S ELEPHANTS
iclnding Pain's Fireworks, Kd. K. Hutchinson's
i and Kunnlng Kaeea eight days, bouthw«*st's
j», Indian behind aud Tribal Exhibits.
Immense Night Program.inclndl
daring Aeronauts. Harness and Kunnlng Ka
Mluirr*t Automobile Show, Indian ech«
FOOTBALL SATURDAY, SBPTBMBBR M.
HORSE SHOW Second Week Sept.28—Oct.2
World's famous Auto Speed
rr\ Demons, October 2 end 3
Si < Is
Young New Jersey Couple /'^rested
Because of Girl's Youth—Fiance
Paterson. N. J.—The marriage of j
Miss Lillian Mozorettl. sixteen years |
old, of this place, and Joseph Markes-
no of Garfield. N. J., was prevented I
by their arrest In Garfield. The girl
and Markesno had planned to walk
across the continent from New York
to San Francisco after their marriage, i
as Markesno had been employed to j
make the trip to test the durability of j
They visited several ministers in
Garfield, but on account of the girl's
youth none would perform the cere-
mony. Then word was sent from
here and they were arrested. The girl
was sent back to the house of her
father, Harry Mozoretti.
Later when passing Markesno'e cell
Policeman Maitland heard groans. In-
vestigating ho found the prisoner had
attempted to hang himself with hla
belt A doctor revived him.
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If a man can’t persuade some wo-
man to lead him into tempation he
gets busy and butts in of his own ac-
In seeking their level lots of men
have to slide down the hill.
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For ten years the Lydia E. Pinkham
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Women who have been cured say
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The Paxton Toilet Co„ Boston, Mass.
W. N. U., Oklahoma City, No. 36-1914.
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A woman may lose out by trying to
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Some men are satisfied with half a
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