The Edmond Sun (Edmond, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 16, 1910 Page: 8 of 8
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Special Prices For
We will continue our discount of
15 Per Cent on all Soft Shirts
In addition to this, we will give from the 18th to 25th 10 per cent off 011
all Menomine and Brown Shoes, a line of seamless work shoes on
which we are'overstocked at this time. A shoe that needs no intro-
duction to those who have worn them, as to wear, fit and durability.
They are the best shoes yon can buy as a
work shoe for the money. Come in and be con=
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We are leaders in all popular price clothing, shoes, hats, furnishings,
etc. Buy Where satisfaction is guaranteed.
Harlow, Hayes & Flesher
is the guest <>f '>er brother, J. O.
Givens and family.
Tlic Misses Polerus anil Viola
.Ta.vun cluiic uj> froai (HJalioma
City Sumfdy liioruhlg to spend a
few days witli iheir grsiwllnotli-
cr. Mrs'. K. .\. .laylie, at 12D West
LOCAL SNAP SHOTS.
Work is pi'ujji'rsslijf; nicely on
tile line new residence beiuR built
bj ('lias. Profritt, just west of the
residence of Prof. Bryan.
Special Boosters' Services.
Frank M. Colville, pastor of the
<'lirislinn church, will deliver a
tllv Olli -e to ihe Kilipoml Im>osIer~
next Sunday night, "flood t'ili
unship*' will l>e the general theme
and nil loyal I'dniond boosters are
cordially invoted to be present.
The choir will render special
Big ice cream Bocial on Baptist ■
church lawn Friday and Satur-
day night". Everybody invited.!
busy harvesting wheat,
is a fine one.
A program of unusual interest j
has been prepared for the Second j
Annual Summer Meeting of the |
Oklahoma City .Jockey Club, to |
farmer- in I almond and vi be held at Oklahoma City June!
15th to July 1th, 1010. Six races |
will be run each afternoon, ex-
cept Sunday, commencing at 3
o'clock. No purse for less than
$200 will be offered.
On June 15th the 81,000 Derby
will be raced, 11- 1C miles, for 3-
year-olds and up. The inde-
pendence Handicap, to be raced
July '1th, will be a feature of the
meeting. This race will be for
$1,000, about 6 1-2 furlongs, and
and for horses of all ages. Over
350 horses are assured for the
meeting, and, with the excellent
accommodations provided at the
State Fair Grounds, a success-
ful meeting is assured.
12 Soth ttroadway
BRF.AI) and PASTRY
Our Broad is on side at all gro-
cers and butchers at uniform
price. Quality (juaranteed : :
normal notes. I Miss Brake of the departm litI turned to Edibond.
The commencement exercises °f oratory enjoyed a lew days
will be oompleted July 17-20? j visit at her home in Alva.
This includes the annual address,
alumni banquet and the gradua- Big ice cr> am social on I apti
Dr. W. K. Flesher of Frederick
was in Edmond the, first of the
week visiting wilh relatives.
church lawn Friday and Satur-
day nights. Everybody invited.
Next summer term there will
be no credit class for seniors.
llepublleun Club to Meet.
The Edmond Republican Club
ill meet in the Stevens build-
Miss Pauline Walil of Oklalio
ma City spent Sunday in Ed
ijiond, the guest ot Miss Lillian
Anthony Workman, Garrett
_ ., . , I , , Land, Ernest Dentaus and Hi
Prof, and Mrs. Davis deliglv- ing, hriday night at '•> . ••loek. ,. H;|/, , , lul
fully entertained the triangular for the transaction ot importantl oklahoma City, were Sunday vis
debating boys and their coaches , busines . All republicans are ;iturs in Edmond.
last Friday night. j urged to be present.
I W. B. Bryant, Pres
T. H. Flesher, Sec.
This summer Mrs. V. O. Wil-
son will teach the Model school
graJes, recently under the su-
pervision of Mrs. Ko9s .
y Mr. and Mrs. John Wright of
iVirden, 111., and Mrs. Rilla Day
Many of the class of '09 are „f at. Louis, are the guests of
taking special work this summer Mr Mary Ki ich.
I The Misses Bertha Seim, Clara
Dow, Mae Livingstone, Emma
*| Bagley and rMs. M. E. Peterson
went to Britton Tuesday to at
Mr. and Mrs. Parchman
daughter. Miss Lucile, and Mrs.
lllackslock and children departed
Monday for Sulphur, where they
intend to spend the summer va-
Mr. Ila/.ad will soon move into
Ids beautiful new residence 011
Hast tlurd street.
! Mrs. Ira Griffin, who was op-
crated 011 last week for appendi-
citis, at Oklahoma City, is recov-
ering nicely. This will be agrec-
| able news to her many Edmond
The members of the Woodmen
and Odd Fellows lodges held joint
memorial services at the Presby-
1 terian church Sunday afternoon,
carrying out the program as print-
ed in The Sun last week. The ad-
I die -es were delivered by \Y. ]!.
I Bryant and H. B. Alden. After
I the exercises the members of these
, lodges marched to (he cemetery,
where the graves of the deceased
brotheis were decorated.
P.agley & Daniels have moved
their grocery store into the build-
ing formerly occupied by the
Modern Clothing store. They now
I TBI!EE -EDMON DSUN ...
have one of the best store build-
1 ings in the city.
Mrs. Dr. Dewey has commenced
the erection of a fine dwelling on
East Main street.
Big Summer School.
The summer term of the Cen-
tral State Normal opened Mon-
day. with a large attendance.
More than :IO0 new students have
enrolled, which, added to the 500
old stud'-nis. makes a total of
-1 The first series of county
-I'tules will close in about ten
days, after which many more stu-
dents will enroll. Grady county
is not holding any institute this
summer, all of tin
that county attend
(Published .lane 16-23-30)
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION.
STATK OF OKLAHOMA, )
Oklahoma County, )
In the District Court ot Said County.
Mary E. Johnson, Plaintiff,
/ (;,>or :i' N. Johnson, Defendant.
Said defendant, George N. Johnson
will ta'.>c notice that he has been sued
in the above named court for a divorce
on the grounds of abandonment and
non support and you, said defendant,
uiustanswer the petition tiled therein by
said plaintiff on or before the 28tn
day of Jul'-, li 10, or said petition
will tie taken as true and a judgment
for said plaintiff will be rendered ac-
Attest' HATHAWAY HARPER,
(Seal) Clerk of Said Court.
Curtis M. Oakes, Anne Hoover,
Atty. for Plaintiff. Deputy.
FOR BURNED SUGAR CAKE
Ingredients Are Many and All Should
Be Carefully Measured Be-
One-fourth cupful of butter, one and
one-half cupful* sugar (light brown
preferred), two eggs, two rounding
( upfuls of flour (measured before sift-
ing), one cupful cold water, two tea-
! spoonfuls baking powder, three or four
teaspoonfuls of burned sugar sirup.
Use .common straight tumbler to
j measure with instead of cup. Cream,
butter and sugar together, break in
the eggs, and beat well; add water,
l burned sirup, and lastly flour which
lias been well sifted with baking pow-
der. Bake in layers. The burned
sugar sirup is prepared by putting any
quantity desired of granulated sugar
in a spider over the stove and stir-
ring constantly until a nice brown,
then add boiling water and cook to
sirup. Put into a can or any con-
venient receptacle you have on hand.
For the frosting, use one and one-half
cupfuls light brown sugar and the
whites of three eggs, add a little wa-
ter and three teaspoonfuls of burned
sirup to the sugar, and boil until
a little dropped in cold water will
"ball." Stir about half this with the
beaten whites, and allow the remain-
der to cook a little longer. Beat un-
til cold,—Chicago Tribune.
I have opened a fruit store at
! the old fruit stand on Broadway
where you will always find a
complete line of fresh fruits.
The "Whipperwill" vairety at
Barrett & Bryant Store.
Notice to Real Estate Agents
This is to notify all real estate
agents and others, that my prop-
erty is no longer on the market,
and is not for sale.
J. H. DeRoche.
(Published June 2-9-16.
In Superior Court, Oklahoma coun-
To Annie Elmore, non-resident de-
fendant; you are hereby notified that
011 June 1st, lit 1 <>, Guy T. Elmore
filed in the said court his petition
against you, the object and prayer of
which are to obtain from you a di-
vorce on the grounds of abandonment
and extreme crulty. You are requir-
ed to answer said petition on or be-
fore the 14th day of July, I91o, or the
same will be taken as true and judg-
ment rendered accordingly.
[Seal] W. ('. Hughes,
( lerk of the Superior Court of Okla-
homa County, Okla.
By Nina IS. Babcock, Deputy.
Guy T. Elmore. Plaintiff.
Philip E. Winter, Attorney for
SOME POINTS WORTH KNOWING
Proper Way to Skin a Beet to the
Best Advantage—How to
"Try" a Cake.
An easy way to skin a beet without
bleeding it and causing it to lose
color is t« put it in cold water as
soon as it is cooked. Then draw the
hand gently down each one and the
skin will drop off without trouble.
To "Try" a Cake—One of the best
plans for ascertaining whether a cake
has been cooked enough is to very
lightly insert in the center one of the
common wooden skewers that butch-
ers use for meats. If this comes out
clean and dry the cake is done; if the
skewer is sticky, the cake needs a lit-
tle more cooking. This is a much bet-
ter test than the common one of in-
serting a broom straw, as the latter is
so small it is not always easy to judge
properly of its condition.
A Wooden Spoon for Stirring.—
When cooking milk or soups of any
kind always use a wooden spoon for
stirring. Never take a tin spoon for
this purpose, especially If the soup
contains any acid like tomatoes, as
this unites with the tin and forms a
Mrs. Mary Tucker, who has
beeu in Oklahoma City for several
months, lias returned to Edmond.
Prof. Arthur Bowles, *08, was
a Normal visitor, recently.
Monday evening the Juniors
and Seniors enjoyed
ride and luncheon.
Mr. and Mrs. T. X. ITerner of
Enid, parents of Mrs. II. L. Grant,
who came here to attend the grad-
uation exercises of Ihe training
tend a Sunday school convention, i department ol the < entral Male
i Normal school, have returned
Miss Mamie Ilryant, who was home,
hayrack J graduated last w eek from the
j Kansas State university, has re-j .Mrs. F. ('. Russell of McAlester
', ' 1 M It should not take long for you to decide where
lUiiiir the J'.n l „ „ , ... « /„l
$1 to buy those summer Oxfords and Pumps. v\ ej
are showing a large variety in all leathers,!
Seme Boys Tlut Need Attention j|i Patents, Dull and Vici Kid at Prices that can tj
.TI" !<• ;< a pin« of beys aboir iSgbe equaled $2.50. $3.00. $3.50.
(lie citv that, if their parents <'n|H
THE BIG SHOE STORE
The home of Good Foot Wear
"" M-S-F 0ki*hora,i
'.Main III-J —r ,j!IUC.S
not look after them, the city mar-
shal should lake charge of them.
These boys, about a dozen in num-
ber. K**eat 1 \ annoy smaller boys
; nd j.irls, oftentimes compelling
parents to accompany their chil-
dren to project them from these
hoodlums. Tudor the eircum
slanecs it would be a pooil idea
to revive the curfew bell.
Line a porcelain baking dish with
squares of day-old bread dipped in
melted butter, making a firm wall and
bottom. Then fill the dish with
chopped apples, mixed with finely
minced nut meats and raisins, sea-
soned with powdered cinnamon, pow-
dered sugar and bits of lemon peel
|j and lemon juice.
Cover the top of the dish with
| squares of buttered bread and bake
" covered for 30 minutes; then remove
the covering and bake until the top is
j golden brown.
Turn out on a dish and serve in
leaf shape, piping hot, with hard
Every Vestige of Spring and Sum-
mer Merchandise Will be Sold at
Sale Begins Monday Mor=
nirr; and Continues Two
Bread and Butter Apple Pudding.
A simple dessert that is made with-
out eggs. Cover the bottom of a but-
tered shallow pudding dish with apple
sauce. Cut stale bread in one-third
inch slices, spread generously with
softened butter, remove the crusts,
cut each slice in four triangular
shaped pieces, then arrange as close-
ly together as possible over apple
sauce, buttered side up. Sprinkle gen-
erously with sugar to which is added
one-half teaspoonful of vanilla. Hake
in a moderate oven and serve with
OK I. A I I MA CI TV
Mellon's Annual Pre-Inventory Sale
Oklahoma's Largest and Most Metropolitan Store Places It's Entire Stock
CONSISTING OF $250,000 WORTH
Hair a pound each of lean uncooked
\ eal and beef. Chop finely and sea-
f on with salt, pepper, a tablespoonful
of chopped parsley and a teaspoonful
of minced shallot. Stir In two well-
beaten eggs and turn the whole upon
a flat dish. When the mixture Is firm
out In slices, roll In flour and fry In
butter three minutes on each side.
Make a plain brown gravy to be
i served separately.
Finnan Haddle Fish Cakes.
A new Btep and time saver for the
busy aousewlfe is the baked finnan
haddle that now comes ready to use
i (or fish cakes, creaming or chowder.
The fish Is less smoky than when it
comes whole. For the cakes mix
[ the finnan haddiu parboiled with an
• equal quantity of mashed potato, sea-
son with melted butter, salt and pep-
per, add a beaten egg and mold Into
I cakes, then fry.
DRY GOODS, WEARING APPAREL, MILLINERY. DRAPERIES. RUGS AND OTHER HOME FURNISH-
INGS, TRUNKS AND TRAVKLING BAGS ON SALE--THIRrY-SIX DEPART'MEN'TS^LIKB THIRTY-
SIX STORES, WITH A GRAND SLAUGHTER SALE IN EACH AND EVERY ONE.
NOTE: At thia writing, it is not possible to give prices and detailsof this mammoth price cutting sale,
but we assure our Edmond patrons of the Greatest Bargains of the Year. Complete Announcement,
giving prices, will be contained in Oklahoma City Papers on Sunday. Make your preparations to be with
us next week.
THE /AELLON COMPANY
The seeds and all white skins
should bo removed from the orange.
Then the pulp is sweetenod and mixed
w ith the plain batter. When ready to
make, fry a golden brown, drain on
blotting paper, roll in sugar and serve
with or without sauce.
Oysters, fish and white meats may
be made by any of these plain recipes
if the sugar is omitted and more salt
Hot Milk Icing.
Scald one half cupful of milk and
then mix into it enough confectionery
sugar to make an icing that can bo
easily spread. Add one-half teaspoon-
ful of vanilla extract. When it is
firm jecorate with yellow Icing.— 1
1 lousokeoper. i
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