The Edmond Sun (Edmond, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 9, 1910 Page: 1 of 8
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IT A YEAR
The Edmond Sun
OFFICIAL PAPER OF OKLAHOMA COUNTY
IT A YEAR
EDMOND, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY. JUNE 9, 1010
, |ULY 19IO
During the coming week
we will sell onr ready made
Dresses at a great sacri-
fice. Take your choice at
RIGHT now it's the all engag-
ing problem. You should
read in the JULY DEL1N- |
EA1\ R about the decided
change in the American wo-
man's attitude toward her sum
iner Clothes and why it means
Summer Reading, a lot of it,
some of the biggest and best
literary features this year:
KUD YARD KILLING again
with "Brother Square-Toes." a
tale of our own land, just after
Revolutionary times. j
15c the Copy, $1.00 The Year "Star Brand Shoes are Better."
Less than than the cost
of goods less than the
price of making.
Forster & Jayne
VHAT 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 \ppreciated
Highest market price paid for produce
Bagley & Daniels
BUSY WEEK AT THE CENTRAL
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL.
It took first prize at the St. Louse Expo-
sition. It is the best coffee on the market to-
day. If 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.
Scries of Receptions and Entertain-
ments Marks close of a Busy
On the evening of June 2d,
Prof. R. V. Temming, class fa-
ther, entertained the senior class
by holding the final examinations
in the domestic soience cottage.
The cottage was very beautifully
ly and artistically decorated with
the olass colors of orange and
blue. The guests were received
by father who gave each a small
booklet containing some 25 or 30
questions which constituted the
final exams. The questions
were to De answered by a calcu-
lation of ideas suggested by dif-
ferent articles found on the walls
and tables of the rooms. No
one was exoused from this ex-
am. and all seemed to enjoy
themselves immensely in striving
for the highest grade.
After all books were in and
graded a delioious two course
luncheon was served and a beau-
tiful white carnation, which is
the class flower, was given to
each. After this the children
went home each declaring he
had the best time of the year
and that final exams wern't so
bad after all.
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On Friday evening occurred
the graduating recital of the stu-
dents in oratory and voice. The
exercises were thoroughly en-
joyed by a large audienc. The
program waq as follows:
Vooal solo, Miss Willie Hunt.
Invocation, Rev. Wardner.
Reading, "The Soul of the
Violin," Miss Young.
Reading, "Woman in a Shoe
Shop," Miss Meek.
Seading, "Trick vs Trick,"
Vocal solo, "Whien the Heart
is Young," Miss Hastings.
Reading, "Mother," Mr. An-
Reading, "The Homliest Cat
at the Show," Misa McLauchlin.
Vocal duet, "On the Midnight
Stream," MiBses Hastings and
Reading, "Tommy Atkins,"
' Miss Bayes.
Trio, "Make ni w Friends but
1 keep the Old," Mil ges McLauch-
lin and Young and Mr. Anglea.
The diplomas "were presented
by Miss Drake, 'who performed
this duty in a most agreeable
Following are the graduates:
May Johnson Bayes, Allie M.
Young, Melt Axshilea Nash,
Clyde M. Howell, Elizabeth A.
McLauchlin, Iva D. Meek, Rob-
ert Farwell Anglea, Inarose
Miss Hastings will receive her
diploma at the close of the bum-
Mrs. IlriKham Entertains.
Mrs. W. F. Brighan entertain-
ed with a 0 o'clock dinner in
honor of the Misses May and
Grace Vandiver, la«t Saturday.
The Misses Elizabeth Berne, Ma-
riel Hopkins, Ellice Nagel and
Gertrude Wells were guests.
The evening waB thoroughly en-
BIG 4TH OF JULY CELEBRATION
EAGLE TO SCREAM IN' EDMOND ON
Plans being made for one of the
lllgKest Celdbratloni In His-
tory of This City.
President's Reception to Seniors
On the evening of June 4th,
Pres. McLauchlin gave his an-
nual reoeption to the seniors
in the halls and reception roome
of Central Normal. The halls
and rooms were elaborately deo-
orated with orange and blue, the
school colors, and penants of all
descriptions. The guests were
very oordially received by the
President who stood at the head
of the receiving line.
long hall was crowded with ta-
bles upon each of whioh was
plaoed a deck of alphabets. The
juniors were also present and
goon everyone was intensely in
terrsted in grabbing a letter
after yelling a college, city,
state or some seniors name, etc.
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Ilappy Joint ScmmIoii
The 4th inst being the time for
the regular meeting of the G. A.
R., they assembled at the hall,
and after transacting necessary
business, visited in a body the
Edmond Circle then in session at
their place of meeting.
This band of noble, patriotic
women are worthy of more than
a passing notice.
The grand principles of chari-
ty and loyalty that bind them to-
gether are too little understood
and too little appreciated by the
mass of people.
Entering the hall, we were
oordially greeted by a recitation
of an appropriate verse of wel-
come, by members of the Circle
in concert. The oeremony was
impressive, indicative of the fact
that in loyalty and patriotism
the Cirole and the G. A. R. are a
The prompt manner of con
ducting business was an inspi-
ration, so thorough is their or-
Officers in their proper places,
the president gracefully govern
ing the lodge with justice and
equity while each subordinate
officer with similar dignity per-
formed her part. The crowning
beauty was trte presence of "Old
Glory," in whose broad Btripes
and bright stars are concentrated
the principles that make our
government the greatest and
grandest of all nations.
The principles upon which this
order rests, the golden link that
indissolubly join together this
Circle and kindred orders with
the G. A. R. to the end that loy-
alty apd patriotism be so instill-
ed in mind and heart of the ris-
ing generation that this starry
emblem of our country's great-
ness shall forever wave preemi-
nent, the one flag without a peer,
"Eternal vigilance is the price of
The initiation work of the Cir-
cle is sublime. The maroh is
not only grand in name but
grand in execution.
In a word, we believe in point
of efficiency, the Edmond Circle
is seoond to none in the state.
The united Circles of'f the state
in convention assembled at Alva
ohose wisely and well in select-
ing to the office of state presi-
dent a prominent member of Ed-
mond Circle, Mrs. Rhoda War-
den, a lady eminently qualified
to fill the position with honor and
to the entire satisfaction of her
On the retirement of Mrs.
Warden as the president of the
Edmond Circle Minnie Baldwin
in well chosen word*, in behalf
of the Circle, presented Mrs.
Warden a fine hand bag in token
of their friendship and love,
Mrs. Warden expressed her
appreciation in tender words and
best wishes to the givers.
Mrs. Stella Weiser suceeeds
Mrs. Warden as president of the
Circle under whose administra-
tion the Cirole will continue to
advance in effioienoy.
Business hours over, all pres-
ent were requested to be seated
by twos, when all were served
with a generous supply of ice
cream and cake, whioh, to say
was heartily enjoyed, is putting
it mild indeed.
Thus we departed feeling that
it had been a season of enjoy
ment and profit'toall.
Edmond will celebrate the 4th
of July in magniffoient style.
This was decided upon at a meet-
ing of business men at the opera
house Friday night. The meet-
ing was well attended and all
were enthuastio in their desire to
give Edmond a big celebration.
There will be a fine program, in-
cluding good speaking and mus-
ic, amusements of various kinds
and fireworks at night. The Ed-
mond band, one of the best in
the state, has been engaged for
At the meeting Thursday
night L. B. Challen was elected
chairman; Jas. Tuttle, secretary
and D. N. McGowan, treasurer.
Chairman Challen has ap-
pointed the following committees:
Finance—J. W. Potts, James
Tuttle, W. J. Huffman.
Amuaements—D. T. Brown,
Frank Buell, Dr. Flesher.
Concessions—E. W. Daniels,
O. F. Hurt, J. W. Potts.
Advertising—J. O. Doughty,
Harry Hazlett, L. 8. Bagley.
Fireworks—L. B. Challen, D
T. Brown, A. B. Deselms.
Program—Senator Colville, C.
M. Allen, W. B. Bryant.
Parade—A. D. Pease, W. S.
Elkin, Perry McGowan.
Grounds—D. D. Baldwin, W.
J. Huffman, E. L. Shelden.
G. H. Fink, R. J. Potts, Jonh
Rahmann, G. D. Doxsie, I'rank
A meeting of committees will
be held next Tuesday night, at
which time reports will be Tnade
Pursuant to a call issued by
the Oklahoma County Republi-
can Central oommittee, cauouses
will be held in the different wards
of the city of Edmond, Saturday
night, at 7:30 o'clock, for the
purpose of electing delegates to
the county republican convention
to be held in Oklahoma City on
June 13. Also to elect a mem-
ber of the oounty central com
mittee from each precinot. The
first, seaond and fourth wards
are entitled to two delegates
each and the third to three dele-
The cauouses will be held at
the following places:
First ward, residence of W. J
Second ward, City hall.
Third ward, office of D. T
Fourth ward, residence of W
W. J. Huffman,
A. D. Dailey,
C. E. Tool,
J. F. Sumner,
llaiiley A Daniels to More.
Bagley & Daniels will soon
move their grocery store into the
building formery ocoupied by
the Modern Clothing store
This will give Bagley & Daniels
one of the finest store buildings
Edmond. However, they
guarantee that they will sell
groceries as oheap as anyone
even after they move into their
new building, as they employ no
outside h elp and save the ex
pense of clerk hire.
School Hoard Meets
At a meeting of the school
board, Thursday night, A.Smith
was elected janitor of the east
side building and W. S. Noe waB
elected janitor of the west side
The tax levy for the ooming
year was fixed at mills.
On a number of Staple Groceries. Call at store
and see them.
Worth From 45c to 65c
Per Yard. On Sale Saturday at
I9c Per Yard.
W. S. PATTEN, President
J. W. HOWARD, Vice-Pies
,r. M. ANGLEA, Cashier
C. H. PROFFITT \sst. Cash.
Tlie First National Bank
OF EDMOND, OKLA.
Capital and Surplus $30,000
W. S. Patten,J.W.Howard,C. J. Patten, I. W. Rodkey, J.M. Anglea
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT
A fine collection at hiatt's Jewel*
Store. Call and see them.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
H. F. CARTER, Pres.
H. W. GRANZOW, Cashier.
E. A. BENDER, Vio«-Prea.
R. J. POTTS, Asst. Cashier
Citizens Bank of Edmond
A General Banking Business Transacted
H. W. Granzow
E. A. Bender
Fred Granzow "
F. E. Buell
H. F. Carter
Telephone Your Orders to No. I For
Special attention tfi\ren to partie* and social evwifcs. We delivsr
cream and call for ampty freezers. Brick cream mny design. Ices or
Punch any flavor furnished on short notice. UpeSo-dat© cream par-
lor open until 12 O'clock every night.
Cbc Cit£ S)ruQ Store
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