The Edmond Sun (Edmond, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 2, 1909 Page: 1 of 4
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IT A YEAR
OFFICIAL l'Al'KH ()!•' ()K1.A'I()M A < < >1 N J >
EDMOND, OKLA1IOMA, THURSDAY. SEPT. 2, 1909
For Fall Sowing j
CUPID'S DARTS HIT THE MURK
SCHOOL WILL BE CROWDED
Recleaned Winter Barley, Alfalfa. Field and
Lawn Grasses, Rape Seed, Turnip Seed.
Groceries, Flour and Feed, Fresh Fruits and
Vegetables, Butter, Fggs & Poultry.
SEVERAL EDMOND YOUNG
PLE ARE MARRIED.
Special Inducements for Farmers'
Day and 20 per cent Discount on
Men's Shoes, at the
Farmers' Clearing House \
J. P. ROACH, Mgr.
Is just as good as making money
Do your trading at : :
The SPOT CASH GROCERY
Where jfoods are bought right and sold right,
and see if it will not be a saving to you. We
just received a new shipment of
Chase & Sanborn Teas and Coffees
Lake Fish in Pails
and Decorated Queensware
Our stock of Canned Goods are fresh and up-
to-date. Give us a trial order and satisfy your-
BAGLEY & DANIELS
Eat Good Groceries
-TrHIS is the time of the year when you need
sL good fresh Groceries, Our arge trade en-
ab es us to turn our goods quick v, consequent-
y they are aways FRESH and PURE.
2 cans for
2 cans for.
Blue Jay Ham,
2 cans for. ..
high grade, 2 for
I Prof. Winton Brings Tennessee Bride
—Prof. S. K oesch and Miss
White to Wed Monday.
Prof. W. M. Winton of the Central
State Normal faculty and bride, for-
a merly Miss Hortense Tucker of Nash-
I ville, Tenn., who were married Auk-
4 11st 23, arrived at Edmond Monday af
r 1 ternoon and are now corofortabl)
4 i located at the home of Mrs. Wells.
\ i The following regarding their wed
? ding was taken from the Nashvill-
4 Tenneaseean of Aug. 23:
f j "A marriage of last evening solemn
* ized amid all the beauty and charm
J i of home environments was that of
\ Miss Hortense Tucker and Mr. Wil
j : liam M. Winton, which took place
f at 8 o'clock at the home of the bride's
(4 ! parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Tucker.
! on Fatherland street.
"The ceremony was performed
^ | by Dr. O. B. "Winton, father
5 I of the groom, assisted by Rev. W. S
j Taylor, pastor of the East End
d! church, was witnessed by seventy
f five of the family connections and
i friends. The marriage was simple
; in its arrangements, but was beauti-
tlful and impressive in its solemnity.
'The bridal tones of green and
white were featured In the decora
tions. The ceremony was performed
before an improvised altar of palms
and the mantel in the parlor was
banked with asparagus ferns starred
with white carnations.
"Appropriate to the bride's own
musical gifts, the ceremony was pre-
ceded by a beautiful musical program,
Miss Louise Gerding was at the piano
and Miss Florence Odil sang sweetly.
•The Madrigal,' O Fair. O Sweet and
Holy,' and 'Because.' The bridal party
led by the flower girls, little Misses
Martha Price and Willie Margaret
Carson, cousins of the bride, wearing
dainty white chiffon frocks and gar
lands of flowers, entered to the
strains of Mendelssohn's Wedding
March. The groom entered with bin
best man, Mr. R. C. Patterson, and
the bride entered with her sister. Miss
l.ucile Tucker, who was maid of
'The bride wore a full bridal toil-
ette. Her gown was of white batiste
elaborately trimmed with lace and
her tulle veil was caught with lilies
of the valley. In lieu of a bouquet
she carried a white Bible, caught with
a chatelaine of lilies of the valley.
"The maid of honor was lovely In
a white lace trimmed lingerie gown
and her bouquet was of maiden hail
fern, tied with green tulle.
"Mrs. Tucker, who wore a becom-
ing white Swiss gown trimmed with
Irish lace, was assisted in receiving
by Mrs. G. B. Winton. mother of the
groom, who was handsomely gowned
In a gray silk, combined with lace
and finished with touches of black.
"The dining room was decorated
with palms and an Ice course, in
which the green and white tone?
were repeated, was served. The ices
were heart-shaped and the individual
cakes were decorated In sweet pea
Mr. and Mrs. Winton left last
night for a ten days' bridal tour be-
fore going to their future home in
Edmond. Okla., where Mr. Winton oc-
cupied the chair of biology in the
Central State Normal Mrs. Winton
wore a taupe traveling unit with hat
"The young couple were the reclp
lents of many pretty wedding gifts
which came with the cordial good
wishes of their friends. The colloe-
tlon included cut glass, silver and
bric-a-brac. Mr. Walter F. Winton
of Mexico brother of the groom, pre
sented handsome silver and another
valuable present from a distance was
an exquisite picture sent by Mr W
W. Crutchfield from Ceylon.
pE0 j Cards have been received here an-
I nounctng the marriage at Carbondale,
j 111., of Prof. U C. Petersen, formerly
head of the manual training, depart-
ment of Central State Normal, and
Miss Maude Stevens of Carbondale.
Prof, and Mrs. Petersen are now in
Seattle, on a wedding tour of the
Wednesday, at Hubbard. Iowa, oc
curred the marriage of H. W. Gran
zow, the popular cashier of the Citl-
ezens bank of this city and Miss
THE SENIOR ANNUAL.
Class of 1909.
The Senior Annual, published by i
the class of 1901* of (he Central 8tate ;
Normal, has been completed and la
now being distributed. It Is full from
cover to cover of exceedingly Inter
sting reading matter and is pro
fusely Illustrated by beautiful half
tone cuts. It la bound in flexible
leather cover and from every stand
point is a credit to the 1909 class.
It was printed at this office and from
the point of workmanship no more
creditable work has ever been turned
out by an Oklahoma printing office.
Homer McAninch was the editor
in chief and Walter Isle the business
Get your free luncheB for your
cale put up at the O. K. Meat
LARGE ATTENDANCE AT CENTRAL.
NORMAL IS ASSUDEI).
Already 300 have engaged Board
and Rooms—Foot Hall Squad
to be out n®\t Weok.
The prospects for the fall term I
opening of the Central are exceeding-
ly bright. The memlwrs of the faculty
who have been attending various unl*
' versities for the summer are retu.n-
ing; and more than three hundred
students have already engaged board
and rooms. Ed oiul is b u r pre-
pared to furnish board and rooms for
students than any other city of tin
htate and at rates of fr« two-fifty to
three-fifty per week. Many improv. ■
ments in the plant here has b >
made during the summer and every-
thing will be in ivadlne-v> for all de
partinent by Sepleinb i the llth. The
majority of the >tudenU will enroll
on the lltli and l.'tth of September.
The football boys are coming in
this week and will Isgin practicing
next week. There is unusual enthu-
siasm in athletics even at thi> earlv
stage of the game. All are looking
furward t<> many line contests and
Central's team does not expect to
come out,second best. Al
clean and manly athleth
The Central being a selic
paring teachers does not invite young
people of doubtful habits to come to
Edmond. Only those who are faith-
ful, honest workers and honorable in
their dealings are desired as students
bv the management of the Central
j Special Sales Day}
AT THE f
I RED fron5 j
Saturday, Sept. I :
Our store in now full of bargains, but on the above date 2
we will have more bargains than ever before. ♦
Visit our store on this day if yon want to buy goods at ♦
the greatest bargains.
Saturday, Sept. the 4th,
SPECIAL SALES DAY.
♦ fegjeggeriB DILLiIggEI Es
A mass meeting of the citizens of Edmond is hereby
called to meet in the Chamber of Commerce rooms, Wood-
man hall, at 8o'clock Friday evening, to dicuss a matter of
vast importance to the city of Kdmond. Every person in-
terested in the well fare of Edmon is urged to bo present.
A. I). DAILEY, SEC. W. 1). THOMPSON, Purs.
Chamber of Commerce.
Prize winner at St. Louis Exposition. =
Best cofie^ on the market. Per pound AUu OUb WUu
good 'fi/NGS TO EAT
hiehest Market Price lor Farm Produce
NORTH POI.F. OISCOVKIIKII. "ZT
Dr. Fred Cook, An American, IteacheN
The Coveted Goal.
Press dispatches from Paris today
s'ate that Dr. Fredrick Cook, the
American explorer, who has been
mourned as dead for the past year,
discovared the north pole April 22
1908 and planted the Stars and
In a report from Lerwick, Shetland
islands, Dr. Cook says lie had a most
perilous and tiresome journey to the
pole and reached it after many hard-
Itrlckel .hanks Kdmond People
I desire to thank the people of
Edmond and vicinity for the
splendid patronage they have
given me during the past four
years. I have sold my market
and ice business to J. P. Byrd.
who is now in poeession. 1 can
haeffully recommend Mr. Byrd
to my customers, assuring all
that they will roceive the same
courteous and prompt service
formerly rendered by the O. K.
T. C. Brickel.
Normal. No pretentions are mad*
towards running a feform school
Voting people who
have formed other vi
not apply for admi
habits that would be
teacher are unbee.om
preparing1 to liecomt
persons addicted to
not be permitted to
i students at th
e lazy or
in a sthdent
i teacher: and
ueh habits will
> become or remain
enrollment for the
year closing .Tune 30th was Htf 4 and
present prosj>ects point to more than
100 students during the contil year,
if you are in earnest and mean busi-
ness, come to Kdmond where you can
secure the least expenditure of time
and money. For catalogue nnd other
literature write to the President at
Get Col. 0. !•'. Hurt to cry your
sale and the Citizens Bank to
clerk. See bank for dates.
A Good Bank
In a Live Town Solicits your busines. Start
a Bank account. Money deposited in
a STATE BANK in Oklahoma is absolutely
Safe. Not a dollar lost to the Depsitors in
Oklahoma since the law went into effect,
nor will there be any loss.
THE CITIZENS BANK offers every ac-
commodation consistent with conservative
Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent at $2 per year.
Citzens Bank of Edmond
Rev. RoKenstine Leaves Edmond.
It is a matter of universal rce,r<
that Rev. Rosenstine, for the pa,
two years pastor ofthe Kirs« Chrl
tian church of this city, has "en fi'
to sever his pa:-torlal relations with
j the church here and < : ter upon th"
Wants SVO.flOO Damuges. | larger field of an e .ii . eii i Kv.-ry
Walter Pigg, aged fourteen of this summer, Rev. Rosen • \ u in
itv, has brought suit in the district demand amoi • ! « <
ourt, through his next best friefld, denomination to < < ndn<t < van, !i« . i
his fattier, Joel 1'lgg, against the ( services, so mu' h in ta i, tii.it I;-
Curtis (iartside sash factory, of Ok-j has been I «J to hav- th- worl of
lahoma City for damages in the sum i the pastorate for tha' of t evanve!
of 120,000. In his petition plaintiff j jHt. He and his - timab!e Tamil leave
alleges that Walter Pigg was emplo; - tomorrow for Norman, Okla., here
el in defendant's factory, with the they resided previous to their coming
understanding that he was not to lie) to Edmond. Dtirln ti two ears
employed about dangerous machinery; I Gf hjH pastorate her, Rev R --nstine
that contrary to this agreement, <1.- | hM „„ n)(.m,JtM.Btlll) „f
fcnilant tulil iilaintilTs to oil some
Kdmond friends hovo rooplvpd in-
vitations to the wedding of Prof
P'lmnrl Kroesrh and Miss Mattio !• | |ianj, wlls ,,al.tlj severed
White. The ceremony will be pel '
formed in Oklahoma City nt an earh Rey wardner Entertain,.
hour Monday morning. The bridul , Monday evening of this week. Rev.
rnnple will leave the same morning , an(1 Mrs wardner entertained the
eleven memLera of hU teacher train-
has built up tin' membership
machinery in doin* *o his hand was j ehurcl. and has Instiled ,
drawn into a a and that one of his and a fine hcn'in -i.'.ii It the
church. He has made a hof
friends, not only. In hi- own church,
on the 7:110 Santa Fe train for Kan-
sas, where thev will vhit for n few
i dfivs. then ro to Walla Walla, Wash.,
where Prof. Kroes.il has secured the
position of instructor of lsmniai'" In
.he Walla Walla public schools. Prof.
Kroesch and Miss White were former
members of the Central faculty and
both have a host of sincere friends
here who will wish them a long and
but among all the people ami will I.
much missed by his fellow ministers,
his congregation and by the citizens
Ing class, which graduated Sunday
morning; also the young people of
Ills church who are soon to leave the .
Our meat marker olotap* nn
city to teach. A large number of the S(Jn(tfiy promr>,|v at 0 a. m. nnri
young people of the church were rPmajns closed the remainder of
present at the new manse and en the day.
Joyed a pleasant evening. C. V\ • Sprague,
V! THE MOON CLOTHING STORE
Special Attractions in every De-
partment Specially Prepared for
You, no doubt, have attended this sale be-
fore. If you have, you know the Wonderful
Values we have given. We promise you Bin-
ger and Better Bargains than ever
$5.ooJPair of shoes FREE to the man or wo-
man making the largest purchase during l ar-
Get your Calling Cards at Sun office
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