The Edmond Enterprise (Edmond, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 24, 1910 Page: 1 of 8
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The Edmond Enterprise
One Dollar Per Year
PUBLISHED EVbRY THURSDAY IN THE INTERESTS OP EDMOND AND VICINITY
One Dollar Per Year
EDMOND, OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY iqio
EASTERN STAR PINS
at Hiatt's Jewelery Store. A
Fine Selection. A Splendid Line
of Watches and Jewelery.
CALL AND INSPECT
H. R. HIATT, Prop.
TEACHERS TO MEET
Edmond Will Entertain Teachers ol Cen-
tral Oklahoma District
S. PATTEN, Pres.
J. W. HOWARD, Vioe-Prfs
J. M. ANGLEA, Cashier
C. H. PROFFITT. Asst. Cash
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF EDMOND, OKLAHOMA
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS S30.000.00
W. S. Patte
1. W. Rodkey
. M Angleb
I have purchased the
of J. N„ Bates and solicit a continu-
ance of the patronage of his old
customers. I will keep in
| Tomorrow tFriday) and Satur-
day the teachers of the Central
| District of Oklahoma will meet
jat Central Normal and carry out
an elaboaate program. The dis-
trict comprises fifteen or more
counties in the central part of
the state and a permanent or-
ganization will be perfected and
officers elected. Prominent ed-
ucators from all parts of the
| state will he present and take
j part in the program. Over 300
: teachers are expected to he pres-
! ent and the faculty of Central I
j Normal and the teachers of our!
! public schools are preparing to
| give them the most hospitable
j treatment. Meals will be served
I the teachers in the Methodist
; The visiting teachers will be
j given an opportunity to witness
I the work at Central Normal dur-
ing the forenoon Friday as the
Miss Starr as "Class Mother" En-
tertained Class Monday Evening
TEA A GRAND SUCCESS
One of the mosi delightful
social events of this week was
the party given by Miss Hettie
E. Starr, the competent and just-
ly popular Head of the Domestic
Science department of the C. S.
N. S., to the Senior class of
which she has the distinction of
being Class Mother. The enter-
tainment happei ing just at the
birthday of the j' Father of our
country", the [whole scheme
was Colonial in dlTect and "The
Cottage" decorated profusely
with llags and banting.
On the arrival of the guests, a
Colonial Tea at Howard Home Was
Very Elaborate Entertainment
A more complete or emphatic
success than that of the Colonial
Tea given by the Edmond chap-
ter of the Daughters of Confed-
eracy on the evening of Feb.
22nd, would be impossible to im-
agine. The spacious home of
Dr. and Mrs. Howard which was
appropiately and elaborately
decorated, and was taxed to its
capacity to accomodate the com-
pany. The brilliant assembly,
the vast majority of whom came
in full colonial dress, would have
done credit to a Metropolis.
Ladies adorned in the soft, bright
typical old colored man was colors of colonial vogue, powder-
in waiting to direct the ladies ed hair and beauty patches, and
a id gentlemen to their respective i gentlemen in knee trousers, sil-
cloak rooms, in the former of' ver buckles, wigs and gaudy
which a colored mamma assisted ! waist coats presented a particu-
the ladies with their toilets,-typ- larly attractive aspect. The cen-
ieal of "Old Virginy" times. • At ter of attraction in th" hall w< re
the door of the parlor stood two little Miss C.ayle White and
Colonial maids, greeting the Master Cccil Voisen, than whom |
program does not begin until j ,r ,osls anc| directing them to the | no more delightful charming and
2:30. Edmond people will show jreceiving line at the head of picturesque minatures, George!
the visitors every courtesy. ! which stood Miss Starrand.Prof, and Martha Washington could
Temming, the class parents, , be imagined. With a dainty
dressed as Martha and George Indian Basket of red, white and
Washington. jblue, they received the generous
The scene in the parlor was s>'ver offering.
one of unusual brilliance. Of "1L> crowning event
Central Girls Won
I In a game of basket ball at
Edmond Opera House Saturday
I night the Central Normal girls
! team defeated the Chandler girls | t},e eighty-two guests only two 'evening was the stately and
, , by a score of 32 to 3. The | faile(| to appear itr costume, beautiful minuette danced by
StOClX C Chandler lassies were easy for. Lords and ladies, generals and jth® Rowing coupk-s^Mit.-. loan
, . r ii r CCT rnrvr*cn the Centrals. Lineup: istatesman discussed taxation,
comp'cte line Of the DO I UKULtK- Forwards: Vieva Huffman.. KinK Gt , u, t ,
K . Letha Meyers. an(j national union, as though
O and Will give prompt attention Centers: llala Beauchamp,: thelv .stated no such things as
~ 1 ' Miss Berth. 745 classes or exams.
Guards: Neva Huffman, Miss j ?he interest neve). lagKed an
iRThe same evening the Seniors! orchestra furnished sweet music
and lrom the grand march in
s'ately minuet by four couples,
to all orders.
Highest Price Paid For Poultry.
Hay and Feed always Kept in stock.
A. P. HART
of the Central Normal defeated , . .
, , . which all participated
i the Juniors by a score ot 17 to 11. . , . . , „
A large number of spectators
! were present to see the games.
and Mr. Winton, Miss Canton.
and Mr. Griffin, Miss Huffman'
and Mr. Thornton. Miss Meek
and Mr. Hus hes; Miss Cook and
Dr. Watkins, Miss Wantlandand
Mr. Flesher, Miss Young and
Mr. Anglea, Miss Bell and Mr.
Roaten. The cherry tree con-
test, truth telling bee, guessing
contest etc., were of necessity
ommitted, the room devoted to a
' Normal Notes
The "Shawnees" will be here
I Saturday night to battle with the
! Central girls for the basket ball.
1 The visiting team is a good
strong one and will put up
THE PRESENT PRICE OF LIVING
Requires Coservative Buying
THE SPOT CASH GROCERY
has a full line ot every thing in the Grocery
line, and prices that defy competition con-
sistent with the class and quality of goods
The O K. line, handled exclusively by
us, is all of high grade and choice quality.
Why not buy this ine at the same prices as
the cheap and imperior goods that are on
the same market
We also havs the exclusive sale of the
CHASE & SANDB0RN
eoffee, which has no equal, at 20, 25 and 3o
cents The best always goes the fartherest
and is therefore the best.
it was one continuous round of .. , .. . , ,,
r, 1 , ., display ot an interesting collet-
merriment. Perhaps one of the i. ; ,. ., . ,,
, . tion of r. lies of ve olden times
most unique features of the whole
evening was the negro mamma's
bringing out on old fashioned
spinning wheel and requesting
the youngladies, previously pro-
vided with small balls of blue
and yellow twine, to bring them
I good fight but the' Central girls to her and she would spin their
are capable and in good practice, j fortunes After reeiinjr ,lff the
yet all interested will witness the | twjne f0). oach one jn the center
game in the Opera house and , was lounJ tho nameof the younR
cheer the Normal g.rls to v.ctory. jmf)n dis(ined t„ oscort hel. to
The Central Teachers associa-; supper.
tion will be held here this week ]n the ,|initlR ,,)0m th(. co)or
S .0 ^' o. C ..J . rZr'v! scheme was buff and blue. Four
young ladies, two lovely blond 'S
in blue and two pretty bru-
nettes in yellow gowns, served a
dainty two-course luncheon.
At 12:30 the children bid their
afternoon and Saturday for their j
Rooney Bros, appear Friday
' night on the lecture course.
Prof. Thomas W. Butcher,
1 former president ot Central Nor- kjnd mother K00d.nighti pronoun-
mal, will address the students in | j hpr n„L a ,noth(.;.
Chapel Finday morning at 10. ,mt que,,, entertainers.
H. Gable Dead . Laymeri'g anJ Young People's
H. Gable, an esteemed citizen ^
and Union soldier, died Tuesday Lagt guniJay was (iay for
night. The funeral will take ^ ^ and (h„ y(),,n.
place today at 2 o clock from the | ,e a, th(, preabyfcrian
church. Obituary next
I Church, for at the morning ser-
■ vice the pa
;ior had invited the
B. Spangler, state
A Free Ticket I supply ot the Congregational
I will give you a round trip ] church, whose home is here and
ticket to Oklahoma City any day who ha(1 attended the great Lay- l !)Ursf s'
you want togo. Call and see men's Mi.; . ,nary Convention at
me for particulars,
len, the Real Estate
Revolt* at Cold Steel
"Your only hope," said three
doctors to M. E. Fisher. Detroit,
Mich., suffered from severe rec-
tal trouble, lies in an operation,''
"then I used Dr. King's new life
pills," she writes, "till wholly
cured." they prevent Appendi-
citis, cure Constipation. Head-
ache. 25c at the City Drug
presented to Dr. Watkins.
Luncheon was served in two
The menu, in keeping
on a.i.i kc 1 mens Mis. onary ^onvenuon aii^it'1!:' ••• j.i>ion, ton.-.sx.d "I
L. B Chal-! oklahoma Ci iv, to give an "echo" h;aten biscuit salad, ham sand-
Man. jof that memorable gathering, i w,£hes- «£abul?: >,ound caKke itm
Rev. Spangler made a splendid ic"ffee- T,he charming bevy of
report' and thrilled his hearers young g.rls who assisted in serv-
with a desire to do more fori'"*, the refreshments Misses
Dr. Jas. A. McLauch- ,nk; Th°rnTton' S.tthtigton,
and Hughes, McLauchlin, Farrar.
lin was also asked to speak,
gave his impressions of the con-
vention from a Laymen's point
H. L. Griffin last week sold his
farm in Deer Creek to Mesdames
Birth and Pierce for $5,900.
Rosen, Fanchier, King.
Souvenirs of the occasion were
tiny blue slippers tied with yel-
Twice Yearly Sale
Now in Progress
All $35.00 Suits ind Overcoats, superb values
All $35.00 and $25 00 Suits and Overcoats. These val-
ues are unexcelled
All $20.00, $18.00 and $16 50 Suits and Overcoats
Tnese are top notchers
proved attractive and popular
throughout the evening. The
Waldorf orchestra, from which
we have learned to anticipate
much, added greatly to the
| pleasure of the company. Other
musical numbers which were
much enjoyed were two selec-
tions from the ladies' quartet
Misses Hunt, Hyden, Hastings
and Sloan, and two selections
from the gentlemen's quartet
Messrs. Lehrer, Newell, Chap-
man and Adamson, and a piano
duet by Miss Ella Hunt and Miss
j The committee of judges for
awarding the prizes for the mosi
I correct and artistic Colonial cos-
tumes were Mrs. Haskell, th"
guest of Mrs. Thornton, Mrs.
Hughes, guest of Mrs. Potts.,
j Mrs. Rhodes, guest of Mrf .
| Stone, Dr. Flesher and Mr.
White. Prof, ('orr presented
| the awards.
i A beautiful water color, the!
hand work of Mrs. Anpl a, w;;s
'presented to Miss Sloan and a
gravings of Washington," was
25c Tissu Plisse Dress
Goods 14c at Ruckers.
Any $15.00 Suit and Overcoat in the house
Similar Reductions 111 all Department
we: sell to sell again
13 North Broadway,
We carry a full line of (iarden
Seeds, seed Sweet Potatoes, seed Field
Potatoes, and Onion Sets,
A full line of up tonkte Groceries,
and all the best brands of Elour, etc.
We want the cash business and it
will pay you to ^et our prices on cash
Call and Investigate
MYALL & SON
W. H. TUTTLE P- t GJTTLO3 H rINK. Cashjer .
E L SHELDEN V Pr Idenl E i GRIFFIN Aist. CjsIi Rr ,
THE FARMERS STATE BANK
ED VI )ND, OKI- Ml V
C \PITAL S TOwK SIRPLU5,
DEPOSITS IN THIS S • i< A
P05IT0R5 GJ \ <\ I "1
W H. TUTTLE
G. H FINK
D F WIEBS
i \'-<anteed By the de
i ) ••-).- rh state
H N WALDJSF
, tAS. N3R03TH0M-
T H. FLESHER
Re*. A E. Gardner Jr.,
"Hero of Florence"
Sunday Evening Sermon-Lecture
Is there a Cure for Care?'
You are Cordially Invited
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Hazlitt, Harry. The Edmond Enterprise (Edmond, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 24, 1910, newspaper, February 24, 1910; Edmond, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc140765/m1/1/: accessed November 19, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.