The Edmond Sun (Edmond, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 18, No. 19, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 21, 1906 Page: 1 of 8
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY
, M —
EDMOND, OKLA. TER., THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 22, 190(5
Comes but once a year
and on that day we should
all be thankful for the
ajood things of the year
past. Along with that
day of thanksgiving out
should eat, drink arid be
merry. To help thai good
time along offer the fol-
lowing prices for one week
. November 221# B
White Frost Flour
Gilt Edge Flour
Pride of Perry
Ponoa City Cream
Hunters Cream Flour
20 pound sack
10 pound sack
10 pound sack
cruam of wheat
5 pound package
of -'Just" oats
25 oz. K. C.
15 oz. can
K. C. baking powder
8 pad ag "S
Dr. Price's Food
3 packages for
Ketohup 10c per bottle
Cranberries J.oc per qti
or 2 qts. .for
I per pound
Home-made grjpe jelly
3 cans for
MUM SHOW DECIDED SUCCESS
MANY COMPETE FOll T1IE LARGE
LIST OF PRIZES
More ami Better Plants Exhibited this
year than Kvtr Before Seen at
Edmond Mum Show
The fifth annual chrysanthemum
shbw by the ladles of the Presbyterian
church was the most successful yet
held. There were more flowers on ex-
hibition and they were superior to
those shown last your, which had bepn
he banner year up to that, time, this
annual Mum show has come to be an
established thin"- in Edmond and the
Presbyterian ladies are to be congrat-
ulated on the success of the ( iUer-
prize. The show lasted two days, rri-
iav and Saturday, during which time
the ladies also served meals, which
ivere tempting appetizers, to say the
Prizes were awarded as loltows.
Puritan, china cracker jar, Davis
and Pittmau. Mrs. J. May all. .
Silver Wedding, two framed pic-
tures. -Kosenburg Furniture Co. Mrs.
Ivory, slick of Hunter ( ream I? Join
Barrett iV Bryant. Mrs. Garey.
Mrs. H. Robinson, #1.00 cash, 1< irftt
National Bank. Mrs, ( . R. l)a\.
Florence Pullman. #1 worth of ho e
,'hapman & McCoy. Mrs. O. It.
iTink. , _ „
Vivian Morel, $1.00 cash, Dr. F.
>V. Brigham. Mrs. Garey.
Mrs. Felix Porrin, one years sub-
scription to the Enterprise and MO
ailing cards. Mrs. A. E. Wardner.
Kinalde. $2.00 cake, Thompson s
Bakerv. Mrs. C. It. Day.
Minnie Bailey, 1 year s subscrip-
tion to the Edmond Sun. Mrs. ii.
3ollwine. , , ,
Maude Dean, berry bowl and 1-
,auce dishes, Spot Cash Grocery,
.irs. H. Bollwine.
Intensity, fancy cake, Normal Con-
fectionery. Mrs. G.«A. failant.
John SclirimptOfi,~l.ij lap robe, Ij.
Bagley Mrs. Chas. Pittman
Major Bunifan, sack of Hour. Far-
mer's Store. Mrs. O. N. Weiser.
Colonel Appleton, #1.00 cash, Dr.
C. Duncan. Mrs. Brooks.
Gold Mine, #1,00 worth of merchan-
lise at Cyclone store. Mrs. G. A.
Australian Gold, #1..j0 bottle of
perfume, Howard's Drug Store. Mrs.
a. M. Vir Den.
Best White on Single Stalk So hat,
Aliss Brinkman. Mrs. .las. Tuttle.
Sownid best White or sing.e stalk,
oO cents cash, Dr. A. M. Buhl. Mrs.
J. N. Weiser.
Best Yellow on Single Stalk. *.> set
inives and forks, James Brown. Mrs.
Second best Yellow on Single Stalk,
■>0 cents cash, Dr. Fleslier. Mrs. i .
A. Tallant. ,,
Best Red on single stalk, ?.>.00 cut
glass bottle perfume, City Drug Store.
.Mrs. Jas, Tuttle.
Second best lied on single stalk,
50 cent water pitcher, Prof. Moore.
Airs. A. M. Vir Den.
Best Pink on single stalk +:j.00 bas-
ket of bon-bons, Edmond Candy Fac-
tory. Mrs. Jas. Tuttle. <
econd best Pink, 50c easily 1 rapp s
barber shop. Mrs. H. Bollwine.
Best two or more blooms on bush
any color, $4.00 parlor lamp, lied
front Store. Mrs. Brooks.
Best two Pink on bush, $2.00 berry
spoon, Lynch & Starr. Mrs. C. 11.
J Second best two Pink on bush 50c
roast, Brickel Meat Market. Mrs. C.
Best3two White on bush. $2.00 worth
merchandise, Forster & Jaync. .\ rs.
Flesher. ' , ,
Second besf two White on bush,
$1.00 copper dipper, Bert Kil'bey.
Mrs. J. Mayall.
Best two Yellow on bush, #2 cash,
Citizens Bank. Mrs. C. L. Kezer.
Second best two Yellotv on bush
Second best Minn Bouquet, I ha"nks-
giving dinner, Shamrock Hotel. Mrs.
J. Q. Adamson.
Most Mums on bush, 85-cent nickel-
plated coffee pot. H. W. Waldorf.
Mrs. Reed, Waterloo.
Best plant in house, 1 gallon syrup
and 1 lb 35c coffee, Shelden & Myall.
Mrs. Chas, Pittman. _ .
Most symmetrical plant in the
house, 50c roast, Sehrick Meat Mar-
ket. Mrs. Reed, Waterloo.
Best <)strloh Plume, $1.00 cash, Dr.
Dav. Mrs. C. R Day.
Second best < Jstrich Plume, 2o cts.
cash, Knnaly Feed Store and 1 lb of
coffee, Irvine's Grocery. Miss Belle
Best bloom in the house on color
other than red, pink, white and yel-
low, $1 cash, DeBolt Cotton ()in.
Mrs. M. E. Gordon.
Best 2 blooms on color other, etc.
50c cash, Baier Cotton Gin. Mrs. C.
Best ;i blooms on color other, etc.
halt bushel onions, Farmer's Union.
Mrs. C. L. Kezer.
Notes ol the Sltow
The judges were: .T. W. Furrow,
florist of Guthrie, Miss Marilla Ad-
ams and Miss Margaret faggart of
Edmond. Mr. Furrow said the Ed-
mond show was far superior to that
given in Guthrie last wtak.
The proceeds will be about $200,
which breaks all past records.
Saturday evening, at!) o'clock. Kev.
Wardner announced that the sixth an-
nual Mum show wiU be given by the
ladies of the Presbyterian church next
A Word of Appreciation.
The Ladies' Aid society of thePivs-
byierian church take this opportunity
of extending their thanks to S. 1.
Bennett for the use of his new and
commodtus building during their
ii f t-h annual chrysanthemum sljow
last week. They.would also extend
their thanks to tilts business and pro-
fessional men of Edmond for their
premiums so generously donated, to
(he owners of plants for the privilege
of exhibiting them, to the givers of
provisions, to all patrons and to all
others, who in any way contributed to
the success of the show. 1 he ladies
also wish to announce that about the
middle of November of next year they
will give their sixth annual chrysan-
themum show and bespeak for the r.e.-.t
year the same hearty co-operation and
support that was accorded them this
Mils. B. A. warden, Prts.
Mits. A. Tallant. Sec.
Mks. G. H. Fink, Treas.
GAVE MAGNIFICENT ADDRESS
The Future is
Work harness at old
prices, buggy harness at
lower prices, collars at old
prices, collar pads at the
lowest price. Edmond
Hardware and Lumber Co
Besides the above we
are headquarters for all
kinds of seasonable vege-
We pay highest market
\3nce for all kinds of coun-
.5. P. HAYFN
fchonb No. 6
75c stick pip, Fraim, the Jeweler. Mrs.
G. A. Tallant.
Best two lied on bush. 1(H) pound
sack of (lour, Eagle Mills. Mrs.
Second best two Bed on bush, .i0c
worth of gasoline, Morrlsett. Mrs.W .
Best three or more White 011 bush.
$1.50 book, Hall Caine's "Prodigal
Son," Rev, Wardner. Mrs. ('has.
Second best three or more VV lute
011 bush, 50c roast,_ Dewey, the meat
man. Mrs. C. L. Kezer.
Best three or more Yellow on bush,
padded leather edition Long fellow! s
Poems, P. O. Book Store. Mrs. D.
P. Warrenburg. ,
Second best three or more bellow
011 bush. 35c cash, Dr. Comp. Mrs. G.
Best three or more Pink on bush.
Livery rig 2 hours, Barber & Dawson
Mrs. G. A. Tallant.
Second best three or more Pink on
busli, 25c cash, Dr. Faster. Mrs.. A.
E. V. ardner.
Best three or more Red on bush,
livery rig :t hours, Star Livery Barn.
Mrs. J. Selm.
Second best three or more Bed on
bush, pair cuff buttons, S. McKinney.
Mrs. A. D. Pease. : "
Best single bloom in house, _«< cts
worth milk tickets, Gordon's Vairy.
Mrs. G. U. Fink.
Second best single bloom in the
house, Thanksgiving Dinner Central
Hotel. Mrs. H. Bollwine.
Best Mum Bouquet, #1.50 picture
Vrame," Second Hand Store, also one
chicken, Bates' Feed Store. Mrs. C.
Father Troniper Transfered.
Father Trompeter, who has been in
charge of the Catholic church here for ,
two years, has been transferred to \
Kingfisher and will occupy the pulpit i
here Sunday for the last time, lie
will be succeeded by Father Kafele of
Since coming to Edmond rather
Trompeter has been most energetic in
upbuilding his church and has made it
a parish church in all that the word
implies. His many friends here, both
in and out of iiis church, hope he may
bo located amid pleasant surround-
Suits, made for this
kind of weather, at The
TIME TITUNS BACKWARD
Young Ladies of Normal School go
Back to Childhood Days
Saturday night. November 17. over
EDMOND PEOPLE HIGHLY PLEASED
Noted Traveler and Lecturer deliver
Most Eloquent Lecture ever
Heard In Edmond
Without any doubt the most master-
ly and the most eloquent and the most
impressive address ever delivered
in Edmond was listened to Wednesday
night, nt the Normal assembly hall,
1 when'Dr. John M. Driver delivered
'his tamo us lecture, "America Facing
ill-; East," before a large and appre-
ciative audience. As an orator, with
all that word implies, Dr. Driver has
but few equals on the American plat-
form. lie has a wonderful power of
holding his audience in deep suspense
while he developes a theme, gradually
building up his ideas with ' words
which fairly burn with interest until
the cimax is reached in a burst of elo-
quence and a force that is stupendous,
D:. Driver stated that he had been
entertained by every ruler in the civ-
ilized world, except the new king of
Sweden. He said, as special repre-
sentative of this government, he has
visited every United Stales consulate .
in the world, and in addition has spent i
much time in Europe and Asia anil '
doubtless to day is one of the best I
informed men in regardto internation-
al affairs in the r nitod States. lie
savs the American flag, when It lias
once been planted, will never again
tie lowered. Instead, he says it will
gradually be pushed eastward and
that its coming will be welcomed by
the Orientals, who have come to re-
gard America as the greatest, the rao^t
just and the most honorable nation on
the face of the earth.
Dr. Driver spoke for two and a half
hours and during that ti 3B held the
closest attention of his audience. It
is to be hoped he will return to Ed-
mond next year and deliver another
of his famous lectures.
Having just received a now set
of engraving tools, I can do all
kinds of e ngraving. Call on
Fraim, the jeweler, and examine
•The') hanksgiving program at the
Metlux 1st church, Sunday evening,
will be as follows:
Address—J. L. Scftuman.
Address—A. D. Dailey.
For the man who s;ives a part of his saving^ than it is
for the man who spends his entire income as he goes
Are you looking to tho future and saving money
The easy way *0 do this is to have a bank account
and add to it regularly as pay da^ comes round;
Wouldn't you like to start an account this week ?
£ALL AND SEE US.
New Shoes just arrived,
for men, women and chil-
dren. The Fashion Store.
natuiuu; uAft".'- * . v ■
one hundred girls had seemingly gone
back several years a fid enjoyed again
the the pleasures when they were 'lit-
At about eight o'clock the gymnasi-
um doors were opened and a crowd of
girls dressed as children began to ar-
rive and take possession of nooks and
cozy corners of the gym. There were
twins in French dress and triplets ap-
peared in brilliant pink. Several
foreigners visited the Americans, a
Chinese boy two dusky Africans, two
Dutch maidens and a Jap lady.
For amusement some played tie al-
most forgotten .nursery games while
others sat primly in a corner and
talked abot their dolls.
About t#c o'clock the children were
asked to make themselves ready for
something to eat. After all were
seated the waiters served a luncheon
consisting of jelly tarts, grandma
cookies, a lemon and a stick of candy.
As second course apples an ' chewing
gum were served. *
Ai half past eleven the "little girls
thought they had btter go home as it
was exceedingly late for them to he
out but all left saying they Mad had
an extraordinary good time. ,
EdVrtond Hardware and
Lumber Co., sell' Every-
thing for le£s money than
Oysters and fish every Thurs-
day At the Hchirck mfcat Market.
Pupils of Training Department to
give Splendid Program,
The Training Department at the
Normal will give their annual Tbaliks-
giving entertainment in the assembly
hall, next Wednesday, November 2Stli,
at 2 p.m.
This will consist of the regular work
I which has been done throughout the
I three months school, and will be a
consummation of thpjg
Son" and Hounds, by Fifth and
Sixth "grades (a("Persevering Stu-
dents;" (b)"Fire Engine;" (c) A
I Recitation, by Second grade—' 1 us-
! S>Song, by First, Second, Third imp
Fourth grades (a)"The Chorister:"
! (b)"Blow, High November Winds:
(o)"Autumn 'Leavings Falling: (d;
Story of the Months, by Fourth
Quartette, four violins— The De-
parture." Blanche Bryant. Lou Ster
Fink, Eva DeCroat. Kuth Talbot.
Song, "March of the Pioneers"—
Fltth and Sixth grades. *
Geograpical play -Fifth and Sixth
grades. (Contrast between Alaska and
Mexico.) , ,
Song, bo Seventh and Eighth grades
—(a)"Hymn, of Praise;" (b) "Have
a Care;" (c) "Winged Rovers."
(a) Rhythm work, First and Second
grades: lb)Song. "The Brownies —
First ana Second grades.
'"Grandmother's Story ot Bunker
Song, (a) "Grasshopper Green:
(b) "Autumn Flowers;' (c) "Physical
Training" Third and Fourth grades.
Story of "Landing of the Pilgrims,"
by a child from Fifth, Sixth or Sev-
Recitation, " The Landing of the
pilgrim Fathers" Fifth grade.
Songs, bv all grades: (a) 'Father,
I We Thank Thee:" (1>) "America."
Get Ready for Thanksgiving
Let us supply you with everything that is
good for your Thanksgiving Dinner. We will
have a fine supply of
antl other Thanksgiving Delicacies. Also Chickens and
Turkeys. A complete lino of STAPLE AND !' ANCY GRO-
CERIES at all times.
SHELDEN & MYALL
BARRETT & BRYANT, Props.
Staple and Fancy Groceries
FRUITS IN SEASON
Fair Dealing and Courteous Treatment Phone oE
To the Comptroller of the Currency of the Condi-
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF EDMOND, OKLA.
At the close of business, November 12, I906.
Loans and Discounts ■
U. S. Bonds
Furniture and Fixtures
Bonds and Warrants ? 12,(>09.17
Cash and Sight Exchange 17,198.57
Undivided profits, net
$ 79,777.70 ^
The above Statement is correct.
JOHN M. ANGLEA, Cashier.
Underclothes, fleece lin-
ed and wool, and all win-
ter goods, at the Fashion
Black Beauty Graphite Axle
Grease. The best 10 cent sell-
er on'the market. Give it a tri-
al, it BaglifrVHarnfe*'' Shop".
A farm two miles east of Water-
loo. For particulars apply to F,
H. TJcQholU, F.amonfi, OM*.
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Dailey, A. D. The Edmond Sun (Edmond, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 18, No. 19, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 21, 1906, newspaper, November 21, 1906; Edmond, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc150074/m1/1/: accessed October 18, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.