The Hartshorne Sun. (Hartshorne, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 11, 1911 Page: 1 of 6
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Oklj. Hlitrolcal Society.
DEVOTED TO HOME INTERESTS AND HOME PEOPLE
HARTSHORNE, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY. MAY 11, 1911.
NEW TIME CARD
A "SCHOOL WEEK
Interurbcn Will Put cn Fait I City Schools Havt. Arranged Fit-
Servic( to and From Mc- j ting- Programs for Closing
Alcsttr Begming Monday. j Exercises Next Week.
Begining next Monday, ii new
card will lie pill in effect nil llle
interurbaii, which will afford
much heller and quicker service
than nt present. By the new
arrangement, there are to he a
number of limit< 11 cars, which
make < nly one stop in each
town, ami which make the I rip
ter between this city and .McAle.s
1 er iii fifty minutes. Local can-
will alternate with the limileds.
which will make all the stops as
Anqtlier feature which will be
started a this linn is in tin
matter < I' fares. After Mon-
day. ther will be no more round
trip or one ,vay tickets sol
and the rate will be 35e en;
each way. The only way to se-
cure a n lutiuii will lie to buy
coupon boohs, which can 1)
purchased nt all ticket Otfiees al
the rate <t .t^.To tor .'j.'.UO worth
The 111 w time card appear
elsewhere in this issue.
A LONG SESSION
New Council £'. us Eager for
Work ;ur lunch Business
The lirst regular council i
sioti with Mayor (iraily presid-
•11 rf. was held Monday night,
and it was after 11 o'clock when
the session adjourned. Tin icu
members scenic d anxious to net
down to business, and many im
portent matters were disposed of
I he reports of the various com
mittees showed that tlx y wen
all getting busy. The stree
and alley unittee report ec
'bat they had conferred with tin
< lectric light, street car and
telephone companies, and I
had all agreed to move t
lioVs to the side of the street oil
the curb line, and that the tele-
phone company had promised t(
place all their local lines in the
business district in a cable
which will leave only seven toll
lines exposed. Thin committer
was authorized at this meeting
Id secure an . stimate of the cost
of opening seventh street south.
I lie police commit tee report-
ed that they had canvassed a
uunibcr of business men and citi-
zens, and that they had found
that the majority favored hav-
ing a night police, and that they
recommended that such an ap-
po.Diluent he made. The finaner
committee reported a number of
hills approved for payment. All
of the reports .submitted at this
time were verbal, but Mayor
Grady stated thai in the future,
he would ask all committees to
report in writing, so that the
same could be kept for reference.
The standing committees as ap-
pointed by the Mayor the week
before, were all approved by un-
animous vote of the council.
The report of Auditor Thomp-
son on the financial condition of
the city was read, approved and
ordered publisher!. Tliei same
may be found elsewhere in this
An ordinance pertaining to ad-
ditional police, and one raising
the salary "I I he City Superi,.
tendent of Public Health, were
passetl antl may also be Found
in full in this issue.
The meeting then adjourned
until next Monday night at 7 :•'!(!
V:pse Oaf ti.
< hi next Tuesday evening in
tin (auditorium of the high school
hii tiling there will be held a
contest for the'honor of being
the lust declaimed in the llarts-
li rnc city schools. The winner
ol first honors is to be rewarded
Willi a handsome solid gold metal|
to be presented by the popular
insurance concern of our city,
Gooeh & Thompson. The teach-j
crs in the schools have secured |
a silver medal to he given the
me, who in the opinion of the
judges, all of whom are to be
out-of-town residents, wins sec-
ind honors. It is to be hoped
that such a contest will hence-1
forth be an annual feature of
the closing exercises of the
schools, and it is hoped that
many will encourage the efforts
ol the young speakers by being j
present at this first occasion of
the kind. Several musical num-
bers will be rendered and an en-
tertaining evening is assured.
The prices of admission will he
2oe for adults and lot; for chil-
dren. the proceeds to be devot-
ed to the interests of the school.
V!;c program follows:
( horus—School Chorus.
Fhi* Drunkard'si Boy "—Laura
"How the La Rue Stakes Were
Lost "—.Jennie McMillan,
Piano Duet—"La Zamima —
Ruth Stevens and Lucille Finnell.
"The One Legged Goose"—
I laude Whitehead.
"Asleep at the Switch"—-Jean-
■II <• h'ohbins.
Vocal Solo—"Three Green Ho ti t
lets Jessie Savage.
"The Sioux Chief's Daughter"
"The Ride of .Jennie MeN'eal"
"The Last Hymn"—,Jessie Mc-
Piano Solo—"Bohemian Girl"
\ iolin Duet—"The Charge
of the Hussars"—Mary Ed Blake
and Tom Stallings.
On thnrsday evening in I he
Opera House the closing exercis-
of the schools will be held.
The principal feature of this
evening will be a musical pro-
gram. Parents of school chil-
dren will be entitled to free tick-
ets, but an admission fee of 50e
will be charged others. The pro-
gram for this evening is as fol-
0 h o r ii s —"Oklahoma"—The
(a) "Norse Lullaby;" (l>)
'Greetings of Spring"— High
School ami Grammar Room
"Mary Jane" —Girl Chorus
from 5th to tith Grades.
"Captain Kitld"—High School
ind Grammar Room, Boys Choru
ie Dew '—High School and
Grammar Room, Girl Chorus. j
Operetta—"The Posey Bed"—
Third and Fourth Grades.
The above mentioned entertain-
ments, however, will not be the
only interesting features of the
closing week of the schools, A
program will he rendered by tin
pupils ot the old school build-
ing at that building, on Tuesday
afternoon, beginning at 1:30. The
pupils, ot Mjss Smith's room and
that of Miss Mamie McIIugh's
will render a program in the
high school building on the same
afternoon at. 3 o'clock.
Work dene by pupils of all
the rooms of the school will be
on display in the various rooms
on Thursday and Friday. It is
hoped that every patron and all
citizens interested in the schools
J*- ' /L I \
fil -•di'.FK .*■
" "S. ti 4 . " l[
Style Is A Matter Of Tailoring As
Well As Of Designing
A designer of rare talent might work for months
plar.n ng aeoat. rhena tailor of mediocre ability
might put the garment together and the style
whiei would result would not he smart.
Clever designing and skilful tailoring are nec-
essary if a pleasing result is to be obtained.
are perfectly tailored. In them the style ideas
of the designer are conscientiously developed. It
is the happy combination of expert tailoring,
clever desigining anb fair prices which make
tiiese clothes so popular.
IF YOU'RE NOT FAMILIAR WITH THEM, COME
NOW AND LEARN OF THEIR EXCELLENCE.
The Grand Leader
THE SINCERITY STORE
will take advantage of tin
portunities to see the kiuc
work actually being done l>
boys and girls.
Remember thai next
May 18 and lit. is school
drcn'sweek in Hartshorne.
eli i I-
James Brazell to Leave.
James Brazell returned Tue
day afternoon from Color id
where he closed a dial foi 2
500 acres of fine irrigated fare
iug land, located n m Moffat I.
in the San Louis valley. Mr
Brazell has disposed ol all hi
interests hi re, and will in a few
weeks move to Moffatt. where
he and his wife will reside. Mr.
Brazell is' one of liar.shone"
substantial business men. ami
all regret that he is to leave tli
GIVEN ROUSING WELCOI. E
Kijisms City Business Men Met
By Big Crcwd of Business
Men and Citizens.
Thi' special train carrying III j
('o in in e r. iii I ('luh of Kansas City 1
arrived here Monday afternu n!
a I 4.11 p. ie.. iccording to- ched
ule. A large crowd of busi-
ness men ami citizens, h ailed b,\ j
the LiiUii. Was on hand to greet j
Ox\ il'g to the short stay of the
train here, no set program wa -
arranged, hut a large number of
autos and carriages were placed
at the service of the visitors, -o
| that 1 lie.v might be ab|. to
jipliekly see those of the busiue-s
j men I bey w ish to meet wliil'
here. Most all the mcnihers of
the party left the train and Recital Was Well AtUnded.
'low,i town, passing down one! The recital given Friday night
side ot the street and up the by Mrs clock's pupils wrs
other. They all were supplied j (|!iite a Sum.ss The high school
with souvenirs of various kinds.|auilitorium WHS fiHed wi(h int(M._
which they handed out liberally.! ested parents and friends of the
The universal comment of all youthful performers, and ecrtain-
Ihe members ot the party was1 ly none could be disappointed
that Hartshorne was one of tin | with the result.
Ii\ est towns they had visited on | I he class has onlv been under
their trip, and they seemed much! instruction a few months. A
pleased with the ption tend- prize had been offered to the
,,u'111' pupil making the greatest pro-
Several members of the party grcss. This honor was won by
left the train here and went Monnie Christian.
out for a visit to the cement j A piece of music was given to
plant, later taking a car and. j each of participants by the Rav-
,joining the train at McAlester, | inond-llunti r ' en puny.
where the club spent the night.) The net proceeds which were
unexpectedly I ($21.00) were
All the latest current maga-
zines may be found at all times
at the City Drugstore. 10-tl.
given to the library fund.
Sun want «.u .... hest.
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Allen, Jasper M. The Hartshorne Sun. (Hartshorne, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 11, 1911, newspaper, May 11, 1911; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc149899/m1/1/: accessed August 9, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.