The Edmond Sun (Edmond, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 48, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 30, 1910 Page: 1 of 4
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IT A YEAR
The Edmond Sun
OFFICIAL PAPER OF OKLAHOMA CO I "NT~\
EDMOND, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY,.JUNE 30, 1910
IT A YEAR
4th of July
Will find a cool and comfortable rest place at
our new store. It wil! pay you to get our spe-
cial price on
Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Mat=
Wall Paper, Etc.
BIG RETURNS IN WHEAT CROP
MANY FIELDS AVERAGING CLOSE
TO :10 BUSHEL.L PEUAC11E.
VHAT DO YOU WANT TO EAT?
The best goods your money can buy
That is what you get when you trade at
The Well Known
Chase and Sanborn Coffee and
0. K. Line of Canned Goods
are handled exclusively by us. 'I hese
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
Oats are also Big Crop In this Sec-
tion and are now Ueinu
O. S. Scorsby cut, threshed
and sold the first wheat in this
vicinity this season. He was
closely followed by G. H. Fink,
who was but a few hours behind
Mr. Fink had in four and one-
half acres south of town, which
yielded 121 bushel. For this he
received $90. Mr. Fink says af-
ter deducting all expense, his
soil yielded him a net profit of
about S15 per acre. But Mr.
Fink is not the only person in
this vicinity who has a good
yield of wheat. The yield is
heavy in this section and the ac-
rcreage is large, consequently
the farmers are assured a profit-
able year, at least those who
pinned their faith to wheat and
The oat crop is also good and
is now being harvested.
Wheat is averaging from 15 to 28
j bushels. 'Some of the farmers
near Edmond have threshed 3000
bushel of wheat and have a good
crop of oats yet to be threshed.
Just now one can see a pretty
sight by riding five or six
miles West of this city. The
large fields of yellow grain, alter-
nayng with the fields of graen
corn, makes a landscape scene
| that is certainly beautiful to be-
< ITT COUNCIL MEETS.
Aetlon taken Regarding tlic Cost ot
The city oouncil met in special
sesion Tuesday night. An ordi-
nance was adopted requiring all
users of city water to install me-
ters. The installation of a meter
requires a deposit of $5, which is
to be returned in case meter is
The rate for water was fixed as
follows: For the first 5000 gal-
lons, 25 cents per thousand per
month; first additional 10,000
callons, 20 cents; seoond 10,000
gallons, 18 cents.
The water commissioners were
empowered to take any steps
necessary to secure an adequate
water supply. .
A special election is to be hold
Aug. 2, at the time of the pri-
mary election, to vote on the
proposition of buying a generat-
or for the electric light plant, to
cost not more than $1000.
GOME TO EDMOND JULY 4TH
Ferguson Coming to Edmond.
Hon. Thomas B. Ferguson,
republican candidate for govern-
or, will deliver an address, in the
park in Edmond on the evening
All kinds of Fourth of July
goods, including flags and bunt-
ing, at the Right Place.
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.
W. C. T. U. Notes.
Under the auspices of theW.
C. T. U. a Loyal Temperance
Legion was organized Saturday
afternoon, in Woodman hall.
About thirty bright, enthusiastic
boys and girls became charter
members. Officers were elected
President, Hermann Carmichle
Vice president, Willie White.
Secretary, Alice Murdoch.
Treasurer, Anna Moore.
We desire to thank the Wood-
men for the use of the hall, and
' hereafter there will be regu-
| ir meetings each Saturday af-
>rnoon, alternately, at the dif-
ferent churches. Next Saturday
" the meeting will be at the Pres-
byterian church, at 3 o'clock.
of July 5. All fr e assured com-
fortable seats and a cool place to
spend the evening. All are in-
vited, regardless of politics, to
come out and hear Mr. Ferguson.
Go to Hiatt's for the latest in
help celebrate independence
day in edmond.
Committees have provided many
kinds °f Amusements for all
of the Edmond Visitors.
Edmond invites all of her
friends and neighbors to come
here and help celebrate the 4th
of July. Big preparations are
being made to entertain the peo-
ple and Edmond's hospitality on
lhe Natal day will be free as
water. According the program,
the day will be crowded full of
pleasure and of so various kind
that no matter what one's taste
may be, he will find the amuse-
ments desired, However, those
in charge have promised to keep
out all fakes and grafts and give
to the people a clean and honor-
The main attractions will be
the athletic contests, the pro-
gram at the park, the speed
races at the race track, the ball
game, musio by fhe Edmond
band, and fire works in the even-
ing. There will be Refreshment
stands at the park and good ice
water will be supplied during the
entire day. Comfortable seats
will be arranged in the park
for the comfort of those who de-
sire to listen to the program.
The north park, where the ex-
ercises will be held, is covered
with a carpet of grass and under
the beautiful shade trees all are
invited to spread their pionio
The complete program will be
10:30. 100 yard dash, free for
all; first prize, $1 add watch fob,
100 yard dash, boys under 18,
first prize, SI; seoond, 50c.
Potato race for boys under 12,
first prifce, SI; seoond, 00c; 3d,
Sack race, free for all, first
prize, $2; second, SI; third, 50o.
30 yard dash for men over 50
years old; prize, sack of flour.
11 to 12. Naudeville in park.
1:00. Welcome address by
Mayor J. E. Thompson.
Address, Rev. J. H. O. Smith
1:45. Patriotic recitation, not
The Great Clearance
Is now on at the Red Front
Special prices on shoes. Remember we carry the ia-
ltious Buster Rrown Shoes. Some shoes nre good, oth-
ers are better, but Bustsr Brown shoes are the best.
W. S. PATTEN, 1'resident
.). W. HOWARD, Vice-l'rcs
.1. M. ANGUSA, Cashier
G'. 11. PROFFITT \ast. Cash.
Hie First National Band
OK EDMOND, OK LA.
What Neit for Oklahoma.
With all the good things found
in Oklahoma have we also dia-
monds? Henry Carpenter, who
aesides west of Edmond, recent-
ly picked up some very pretty
stones, which, on account of
their extreme hardness, attracted
his curiosity. One of the stones
was sent to a jeweler in Kansas (0 exceed ten verses, by girl un
Capital and Surplus $30,000
W. S. fatten,J. W.Howard,C. J. I'atten, I. W. Rodkey, J. M. Anglta
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT
Mule Had Hydrophobia.
Chas. Asbury, who resides two
miles east of Arcadia, brought a
mule to Edmond last Friday,
for treatment. It developed that
the anima was suffering from ra-
bis and it was killed. While the
I mule was being brought to Ed-
mond it bit Wade Asbury. How-
ever, it is not thought the injuries
will prove serious.
City to be cut. It was so hard
that the Kansas City jeweler was-
unable to cut it and ho sent
the stone to a Chicago jeweler,
who forwarded it to a New
York diamond cutter, who suc-
ceeded in cutting the stone
and returned it tc Mr. Hiatt.
It resembles a white topaz, a val-
Republican Club Meeting
There will be an important
meeting of the Edmond Republi-
can elub, at the Sun office, at 8
o'olock, Friday evening, june 30.
All republcans are urged to be
W. B. Bryant, Pres.
T. H. Flesher, Se ■.
Pony in Sewer Ditch.
About 10 o'olock Tuesday
night a pony belonging to Chas.
Kunc, who resides east of Ed
mond, fell into the excavation
for sewers, in front of the resi-
dence of W. B. Bryant. A num-
ber of men with ropes, removed
the animal, which was badly in-
jured. Fortunately the rider,
Mr. Kunc'a son, was not injured
der 16, first prize, $2; seoond,
SI; third, 50c.
1:45. Heaviest baby for age,
under one year; first prize, S3
high chair; second, gold brace-
2. Vaudeville at park.
at THE RACE TRACK.
2:30. Automobile race; prize,
3:00 1-2 mile trotting race,
for farmers, one heat; first prize,
$5, second, 2.50
1-2 mile pacing race, 2 out of
3, first prize, S10; second, $5.
300 yard mule race; prize, 2.50
1-2 mile, free for all, 2 out of
A fine collection at hiatt's Jewel=
Store. Call and see them.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
Airs Warden Visits Enid,
Mrs. Rhoda A. Warden, de-
partment president of the L. of
the G. A. R., made an official
visit to the Enid circle, last Wed-
nesday evening. Mrs. Warden
was given a pleasant reception 13; first prize, 10.00; second, $5.
by the patriotic ladies of Enid, 4:30. Ball game.
at the home of Mrs. E. C. Gib- 7:00. Vaudeville at park,
son. Mrs. Fielder delivered an 8:30. Fireworks.
address cf welcome, which was
feelingly responded to by the
guest of honor, after which Com-
rade Turk, department com-
rpander, and Comrade Spreat of
the Enid poBt, gave splendid ad
dresses. A piano was placed on
the porch and patriotic songs
and camp fire stories and a reoi-
tation by Mrs. Otjenwere enjoy-
ed in the open air
Henry Burkholder of Sulphur,
and Mrs. Mattie Dick of Ponca
City were united in marriage on
June 24, at the home of the
bride's daughter, Mrs. Lena
Dick, 212 East Hurd street, Rev.
After the ceremony, a lunch-
eon, thoroughly enjoyed, was
H. F. CARTER, Pres.
H. W. GRANZOW, Cashier.
E. A. BENDER, Vloe-Prei.
R. J. POTTS, Asst. Cashier
Citizens Bank of Edmond
A General Banking Business Transacted
H. W. Granzow
E. A. Bender
F. E. Buell
H. F. Carter
E. H. Jayne
About seventy were present, served. The bridal couple took
certainly a large orowd, consid- the evening train for Sulphur,
i ring the short notioe of the where the groom has a nice home
meeting. Ioe cream and cake prepared. They begin life to-
were served by Mesdames Gib- gether under very favorable cir-
son, Otjen a|d Stevenson. rumstances.
Telephone Your Orders to No. I For
Special attention given to parties anil social events. Wo deliver
cream and call for empty freezers. 15riclv crcam uny design. Ices or
Punch any flavor furnished on short notice. Up-to-date cream par-
lor open until 12 o'clock every night.
£bc Git£ 5tovc
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