Talala Topic. (Talala, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 43, Ed. 1 Friday, November 18, 1904 Page: 4 of 4
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This department of our papei
will be conducted by Prof. W. B
Allen, and will be devoted to eduea
tional and scientific purposes.
COI'RSB OF STUDY, tlTLBS AND RMU
LATION8 FO« TALALA PUBLIC
(Continued Pram Last Week.)
maintain as nearly as possible s
uniformity of temperature and to
contribute in avery way passible t®
the physical comfort and well be-
ing of their pupils.
7. Each and every teacher is ex
peeted to abstain from engaging in
any amusement or pastime whieh
is forbidden pupils.
8. Teaehers that are tardy with-
out good and suffioient reason will
forfeit ane fourth af a days' salary
for tbe first time tardy, one half a
day's salary for the second time,
and be discharged from the school
for the third time tardy at the dis-
cretion of the Board of School Direc
9. Each and every teacher in the
school throughout, is expeated to
hold himself or herself responsible,
in a great measure, for the suacess
and character of the school.
1. Pupils are required to enter
such grades as tbe teacher may
direct subject to the approval of the
Principal. They shall pursue all
the studies of their grade, made
aud exacted by the Principal fur so
t. Pupils who are habitually
absent or tardv and are thereby
reudered unable to keep pace with
other pupils of their grade, or
pupils who have been constantly
pushed forward into grades above
their advancement, shall bo placed
in such lower grades as the Priuci
pal may direct.
3. Pupils from families afflicted
with any contagions diseas,
shall at once withdraw from the
*chool and return only upon presen-
tation of a certificate from same
reputable physician stating that
tbey may do so without danger t<
4. At tha end of each term
students will be examined to ascer
tain their fitness for promotion, but
uo pupil will be promoted who does
not attain 305 in reading, arithme-
tic and grammar and aa average of
89 per cent, in all ether studies.
5. Pupils who graduate from the
eighth grade will be given & diplo-
ma signed by the faculty and tbe
board of School Directors.
6. Jtach pupil is especially re-
1. To be in regular and punctual
t. To render implicit obedianee
to rules and regulations of the
sshool so far aa they apply to him
3. To respond cheerfully to all
requests of teaehars.
4. To be attentive and respectful
at recitations and lectures.
5. To be dilligent in study, re-
spectful to teaehers, kind and oblig
mg to schoolmates.
6. To be clean in person and at-
7. To obey all other rules that
may from tima to time be adopted.
Each pupil is especially forbid-
1. To loiter on the streets dur-
ing study hours.
2. To be boisterous in the the
school building, or on the play-
ground, or en the way to and from
3. To absent himself or herself
from the school premises without
permission from his or her teacher,
or from the Priocipal.
4 To use profane, vulgar, er nn
chaste language while under the
control of the teachers.
5 To willfully and maliciously
injure, deface or war the school
building, furniture or other pro
perty belonging to tlie school or to
the teachers or pupils.
6. To use tobacco or liquor in any
form in the school building, or on
the ^chool grounds, or on the way
to er from school
7. To throw stones or snow-balls
or othei missies of any kind about
the school building.
8 To offer any personal indig-
nity or violence to any teacher or
9 To attend any dance, ball or
play-party during the school week.
10. To write, receive or convey
any note, letter or other communi-
cation about the school building,
premises or on the way to and from
11. To bring to school any toy
pistol, air gun, pea flipper, or slung
shot, or other dangerous toy.
i. Pupils are expected to take
(Concluded In Next Number.)
Exchanged for Old
I CHARTER OAK STOVE.
DO M! NEED
Stove, New or Second Hand Bed, Spring, Mattresses,
thing for the Home from cellar to garret.
Z£T IE O-OOIDS
Sole Agents for the
A Full Line of UNDERTAKING GOODS,
Fritts, Talala Agent.
NOWATA HOME FURNISHING CO,. Nowata. 1. T.
Red Front Feed Yard,
At the above place you will find an
abundance of Feed and comfort-
able quarters for your
teams at all times.
Gr- E. EEES,
Yard en south Cherokee Street, .
TAHJAXJA, I. T.
•A. L. ROBINSON,
Is iu tbe field once more for the
products of your Heneries
Daries and Traps.
Butter, Eggs, Poultry and Purs,
For which he will pay the Highest
Cash Prices, lee him before
disposing of your products
in the above lines.
For tbe next few weeks I will pay
Fanev Prices for them. Office
at W. C. Roger*' Store.
Have vou bought your pALL
SUIT yet? Drop in and
let us talk it over, and
see my large line
SUITS, $1250 and up;
PANTS, $3 o 1 and up
I have Agency of seven of the
Tailoring Pirms in U. S.
"^7L7". 3=>, IMIAIRTIIbT
furnisher of Cailor ]Madt
NOWATA. IND. TER.
For Every thing in I he
Or O TO
J. E. POINTER S
where you oan get board by the
day or week at reasonable rates.
and Short Order.
Pmt Camp NO. 104. W. O. W.
Meets and and 4th Fridays in
eech mouth. Visiting Soverign*
cordially irwited to meet with us.
S. L Garnkr, C. C.
W. L Chapman, Cterk.
SCHOOL BOA NO.
F. M. Fiilts, President; E. Y.
Bass, SeoT-etapy; Joe MeDuwell,
C. W. Riley, H. L. Wilmoth aud
R L Farrar.
Talala Loe.ye ^io 14^,
A. F. & A. M , meets on Saturday
evening on or before the full anion
in each month Visiting Masons
cordially invited toineet with us.
E C. Dun alu. W M.
J G Liph, J-tc'y.
B. W. FREER. M D.
sraciAL attention to
Sur0«ry and D>*«®b«g
Women and Children.
- X. '
John Deck eh.
Contractor and Roi d«r-
Before giving out yonr bidding
contracts for houses, flues, founda-
tions or barns see or write me at
X 1STID. TBS.
"W. 23. JLXjUiZElSr„
Attorney at Law
jl. i<r ~u
All business promptly and satis-
factorily done. Uffice in the Dr.
Canned Goods, Cigars aud Tobac- |freer building on west Sequoyah
co. Give me a trial
TO HELP FARMERS
The United States Department of
Agriculture at Washington, and
mora than fifty Experimental Sta-
tions in the different States, are
working to help farmers make
men ay A monthly pi-par has baeu
established to keep farmers pasted
as to latest ideas iu agriculture,
stock-raising, dairying, fruit-grow-
ing and all rural and domestic af-
fairs, Rood postal for sample copy,
oe 2 rod stamps for 3 back numbers.
Bool terms to ageuis.
Address Agpiealtftpal Gxp«ri-
iY)«9ta, Bo* 1000, JVIinnoapolis,
Livery FteJ ani Sale Stable.
VVh«n you want to make
a quick, easy drive call
at the old reliable
TALALA LITER! SAU.
Horses boarded by the Day,
W«ek or Month. Drivers
who know routes furnised.
THOS. BERTHOLF, PR P.
Talala, i t.
Advertise in your home p 1-
per and send it to your friends
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Talala Topic. (Talala, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 43, Ed. 1 Friday, November 18, 1904, newspaper, November 18, 1904; Talala, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc183774/m1/4/: accessed October 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.