The Edmond Sun (Edmond, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 5, 1910 Page: 1 of 8
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IT A YEAR
The Edmond Sun
OFFIC IAL PAPER OF OKLAHOMA COUNTY
IT A YEAR
EDMOND, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY. MAY 5 , l!)10
Our Ready to Wear Coat Suits and Dresses
must go, you may have the benefit of our prof-
it on these garments. We also have a few
Which will be sold at a reduced price. But
do not forget
4'Star Brand Shoes are Better"
Forster CSL Jayne
dr. Mclaughlin re-elected
FACULTIES ARE NAMED FOR STATF
Ross Loses Out at Alva—Several
Changes Made in the Central
At the meeting of the board of
education for normal schools at
Guthrie Thursday, Friday and
Saturday, Dr. Jaa. A. McLauoh-
lin was elected president for an-
other year, which will give the
doctor three years as the head of
the Edmond Normal. All the
other normal presidents were re-
elected, except Walter L. Ross of
the Alva Normal. The position
of president for that school was
left vacant, his suooessor to be
named at a future meeting of
Dr. McLauchlin arrived home
Friday night and was the recip-
Franois Oakes, modern language
« ; Richard V. Temming, com-
merce and agriculture; L.J. Ab-
bott, American History; C. H.
Simmons, mathematics; John
Davis, chemistry and physics;
W. M. Winton, biology; Lula A.
Barr, psychology; Luoy Hamp-
ton, history; Lucy Haskell Eng-
lish; Otto Jeffries, Latin; Oscar
J, Lehrer, stringed instruments;
Grace Baker, drawing and paint-
ing; Marilda Smith, vocal music;
Myrtle West, Piano; V. 0. Wil-
son, manual training; Clara R.
Cook, kindergarten; Hettie E.
St^rr, domestic science; Maud
A. Drake, oratory; Annie G.
Thornton, English; S. J. Payne,
chemistry and mathematics;
Bertha Matthews, critic teacher;
Susie Ross, critic teacher; Cora
Farrell, critic teacher; Ruby
Canton, librarian; Mrs. Ada
Brown, matron; Harry Hughes,
physical director; Ruth Henry,
YHAT DO YOU WANT TO EAT?
The best goods your money can buy
That is what you get when you trade at
G ro eery
The Well Known
Chase and Sanborn Coffee and
O. K. Line of Canned Goods
are handled exclusively by us. These
goods are always of choice quality and
at prices as low as a great many of the
inferior brands that are on the market
Your Trade Always appreciated
Highest market price paid for produce
Bagley & Daniels
an eastern star banquet
OKLAHOMA CITY LODGE CONFERS
Edmod's Newt'*! I.odgt Hold* an In-
teresting Session and Enjoys
Edmond Eastern Star lodge
held an interesting session Fri-
day night. Three candieates
were initiated, the degree team
of thirteen members, accompa-
nied by seven visilors from the
Oklahoma City lodge, coming up
on the 4 o'clock train and con-
ferring the degrees. The work
began at 5 o'olook and was con-
cluded at 7, after which a fine
banquet was served. It was the
intention to give the visitors an
automobile ride over the city, on
their arrival here, but this part
of the program was abandoned,
owing to the high wind.
The Oklahoma City visitors in-
cluded the following:
Dr. Winnie Sanger, W. M.
J. E. Marra, W. 1'.
Mrs, H. W. Peters, A. M.
Mrs. K. P. Higgins, Con.
Miss Reesa Whalen. Asst. Con.
Mrs. Sarah Walker, Seoy.
Mrs. D. R. Morris, Treas.
Mrs. Chas. Post, Ada.
Mrs. C. L. Butler, Ruth.
Mrs."3. J. Slaughter, Esther.
Mrs. G. W. Clark, Martha.
Mrs. Jennie Butler, Electa.
Mrs. Guy Miller, Organist.
Mrs. A. M. Barber.
Mrs. Cora Lowery.
Mrs. Winnie Swink.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bird.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Peebles.
Miss Flora Goodwin.
dk. .ias. a. Mclaughlin, re-elected president op c. s. n. s.
It took first prize at the St. Louse Expo-
sition. It is the best coffee on the market to-
day. II you want rich, amber colored coffee,
Pound 20c, 25c, 35c
HUNTERS CREAM FLOUR
We are exclusive agents for this flour, the best
ever sold in Edmond.
ient of hearty congratulations
from many of his friends. His
election proved that his energet-
ic and efficient service for .the
past two years wm duly appreci-
There were a number of chang-
es made in the Edmond faculty,
whereby Central loses some good
educators and worthy residents.
C. H. Simmin8 succeeds Prof.
Kent as head of the department
of mathematics. Prof. Wood has
been transferred to Alva and
wiirbe succeeded by Lucy Hamp-
ton. Prof. Bryan was also trans-
ferred to Alva. Lula A. Barr
succeeds him. Grace Baker suc-
ceeds Miss Adams as head of
secretary to president; J. E.
Moyer, engineer; M. A. Hunt, J.
G. Smith, janitors; A. B. Worth-
Order your cream for parties
and for family use at Hiatt's
Edmond rensns Enumeration
Nothing is of more vital inter-
est to the people of Edmond at
this time than the census enu
meration now being taken. It is
the duty of every person in the
city to see to it that they are in
eluded in the enumeration. If
the enumerator, J. M. Jayne,
has not called on you yet, see to
it that he seoures your name at
M ass Meeting of Citizens
A mass meeting: of the citizens of
Edmond will be held at Woodman
hall, Monday evening at 8 o'clock,
for the purpose of discussing- the
taking of the census of Edmond.
Efery man in Edmond should be
present at this meeting. This cen-
sus will be the basis for reports of
population for the next ten years
and every man, woman and child
in Edmond should be counted.
The enumeration will close .Satur-
day night, Ma.v 14.
By order of Chamber of Com-
W. I). Thompson, Pres.
A. d. Dailey, Sec.
O B Flour, the best on the
market. McCary & Givena, ©x-
| the art department and Miss Ma- once. His phone ia No. 79. The
ri'da Smith is Miss Stainback's population for the next ten years
! successor in the vocal music de- wiU be based on this census,
partment. S. J. Payne succeeds consequently every person
Prof. Reed, assistant in physios, nhould be counted. Edmond
and Miss Ada Brown becomes should show a population of 3,-
the matron in place of Mrs. Jar- <X)0 and nothing less will satisfy
| nigen. Profs. Adamson and the people here. It is the duty
lteed were not provided for in of every man in Edmond to at-
any of the schools. lend the mass meeting at the
Miss Rose Belt, who has been | Woodman hall Monday evening,
assistant in Latin here for two 1 <jjgcusa this matter. A per-
years, was placed at ths head of .,on ahould be appointed in each
the Latin department in the block to see that every person in
: Southwertern Normal. Miss Car- the block is counted.
' rie Burks was elected critic .
| teacher in the same school. I Worki„g on Edmond Int.rurban?
Prof. Hughes was elected as \ gang of men are in camp on
head of the department of mod- the H. R. Millter farm four miles
ern language in the Weather- south of Edmond, to begin work
ford normal, but not having on the interurhan between Hrit-
Listcn Pitched for (juthrlo
Louis Listen, Edmond's crack
pitoher, pitched his first game
for Guthrie Sunday. Up to the
fifth inning he held the Bartles-
ville team to a no hit game. In
the fifth errors on the part of
fielders let in two runs and Guth-
rie changed pitchers, much to
the disgust of the fans, who
shouted for Listen. Bartles-
ville run in a number of scores
after the change of pitchers was
specialized in that line work, re-
fused to accept the position.
The complete faculty for the
Central Normal is as follows:
.las, A. McLauchlin, president;
U. J. Griffith, vice president;
ton and the new Methodist col-
lege to bo erected on the Miller
farm. There is good reason to
believe that the road will be ex-
tended to Edmond at an early
Go to Hiatt's for the latest in
edmond Defeats Christian IJnherslty
Central Normal defeated the
Christian University in an inter
esting game on the home dia
mond Tuesday afternoon. The
score was 3 to 1. The features
of the game consisted of a home
run by Franz, a two-bagger by
Listen and the perfect batting of
Soore by innings: R H E
Edmond.... 102 000 00*—3 7 1
O. C. U 010 000 000—1 3 4
Batteries—Listen and Listen;
Wright and Fowler.
Summary: Struok out by Lis-
ten, 12; by Wright, 13; first base
on balls, off Wright 2; hit by
ditoher, by Wright 1.
STORE N E
is the time to buy your sum-
mer DRY GOODS : : : :
It will soon be to warm to do your sewing. We are now making
special efforts to show our best line of Summer Lawns, Foulard
Silk, ect, and are also makeing special prices to induce you to buy.
Visit our store often as we always have something in bargains for
you. Remember we carry the
Barn's Tailor Made Suits
For Both Men and Boys
Famous Brown Star 5 Shoes
and have a full line of low cuts, Oxfords, Pumps, Etc.
K€CP UP TO DATfc
Doesn't Cost any More
You get more real satis-
faction from being wcll-
drcsfieil in point of foot-
wear than from any other
part of your apparel.
Will I E HOUSE LOW CUTS
Always Afford you this Satisfaction
Up*to datc in style, perfect in fit, correct on ail
-YOU CAN BUY THEM AT
W. S. PATTEN, President
J. W. HOWARD, Vice-Pres
J. M. ANGLEA, Cashier
C. II. PROFFITT \sst. fash.
Tlie First National Bank
OK EDMOND, OKLA.
Capital and Surplus $30,000
W. S. Patten,J. W.Howard,C. J. Patten, I. W. Rodltey, J.M. Angles
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT
A fine collection at Hiatt's Jewel-
Store. Call and see them.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
H. F. CARTER, Pres.
II. W. GRANHOW, Cashier.
E. A. BENDER, Vioc-Pres.
R. J. l/OTTS, Asst. Cashier
Citizens Bank of Edmond
A General Banking Business Transacted
11. W. Granzow
E. A. Bender
F. E. Buell
H. F. Carter
"Behold Thy Mother
Mother's Day Sermon
In Honor of Our Mothers
Sing the Songs Your Mother Used to Sing
Wear the White Flower
Souveiur Mother's Day Post Cards for All
Tlie First Presbyterian Church, Main St. and Boulevard
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