The Cushing Democrat (Cushing, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 26, 1909 Page: 3 of 4
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WHEN THE GLOCM STRKES
At First National Bank on the afternoon of Saturday, Sept. 4th
Democrat's Big Piano contest CLOSES!
All voting must be done in the sealed ballot box at the Bank during the last two weeks.
Special envelopes wiil be supplied for this purpose.
This $409 CLARENDON PIANO will be given to the young lady having the most votes
Eva Wilson - 64,960
Tina Hosted 63.800
I»la Williams ..53,415
Lovita Pippenger 48,780
Marguerite Chitwood 5,565
Bessie Stratton 3.0150
Winnie Buxton. 2,355
Millie Powell 1450
Vala Swanders 570
How to Help the Girls!
GOO votes for $1.00
500 votes for $1.00
500 votes for $1.00
5000 vote* for $5.00
12,500 votes for $10
30,000 votes for $10
Remember the Merchants Coupons Cost
You Nothing, but they will
Help Decide It
Ask those who give coupons to their customers to allow you your por-
tion, and then cast the votes for some girl on the list. You are rot doing
the square thing by your own or your neighbor's daughter if you do not get
the merchant* coupons to which you are entitled, and present the.-n to he
or cast them yourself at our office. Help the girls. #
It i* better to be a winner by 100,000 extra vote* than be a loser by
only a few vote*. Every young lady contestant should get each and every
one of her frienns interested in uctting subscriptions and votes for her.
Remember that only a few 5, 10, or 20 year subscription* will count up
fait and may put you on the safe side.
Be sure that every vote is c ast at th; bank before 4 p. rn. Saturday,Sept. 4,
1909. The judue*, C. S. Gibson, M. H. Marrsand Dr. J. B. Cunningham,
will make the count soon after the vote closes.
Look at the Prizes—Then Hustle.
190P. and like exhibitons $2.00 per day on the street by means of street mount of money paid, the kind of First published August 19, 190f. ! spective places of business open
$10.00 per week.
show, or word of mouth, or any | business or occupation to be pur-1 ORDINANCE NO. LXXII i between the hours of eleven (11)
First published August 19,
An Ordinance levying an oc-: Transient photographers in cars j method except by menus of post- sued and the length of time for An Ordinance regulating the 10 c'°c't P» m- antl ? °cl°ck a. rn.
cuppation tax on certain occupat- or otherwise not permanently jer or distributing bjlis, $10.00, which said license is issued. keeping and maintainance of J ^ect'on 5 It shall be unlawful
ions within the corporate limits' located per day $1.00. per day. , Provided, that no license shall be i p^j an(j Bijuarc| Halls within ^or an-v perso" or persons oper-
of the Town of Cushing, State of Knife racks "cane racks spindles ^or srree^ lunch counter, street issued uniil there shall have been j tjie corporate limits of the Town ! at'n£ sa'd billiard or pool halls to
Oklahoma, and providing for the | and other like contrivances each fniSt stands' $5 00 per month* been paid to the Town C,erk the | of Cushing and establishing a li-1'naintain or operate any side or
collection of the tax. I dav i?5 00- or $15 00 per week ! For *ieanut machines: on street, amount of said license as speci- cense therefore. Irear room' or anv room oTher
$5.00 per month. :fied in Section 1 of this Ordi-1 ge jt ordained by the President!than that in wh,ch such tables
street candy stands etc., nance. ancj poar(j 0f Trustees of the ^are placed, for any purpose what-
Tovvn of Cushing, State of Okla-1 " ~ $1.00 per day. Section 4 The Town Clerk | Town ()f Cushing> State of 0kla. ! ever or to place curtains or
jtoma i Shooting galleries per day jpl.UU; Posting and distributing bills, j shall keep a register of all licensej jloma< screens at any window
day, $5.00; or $15.00 per week.
Be it ordained by the President Merrv.go.round> per day S3.00;
and Board of Trustees of the i or $10 00 a week iorsl
Section 1. It shall not be law-! or $10-00 per month* j Per annum $5.00. j issued, their nature, dates and
ful for any person, firm, assoc- Vendors of jewelry orother chat-j Provided, this shall not be ap- expirations, amount paid and
iation or corporation to exercise, te*s in connection with the sel-1 plied to advertising bills distrib- to whom issued.
carry on or engage in any of the
following occupations or trades,
calling or agencies in the town
Section 1 It shall be unlawful
for any person or persons to keep
! or hire for profit any pool or bil-
of said room where
are kept in any such manner as
to obstruct the veiw thereof
ling of medicine, soap or other uted by or for resident mer-; SectionS Any person or per- tahle without first taking i *rom ^he street or alley.
articles of merchandise, per day I chants.
$5.00. Provided, that, nothing
sons attempting to carry on, con-;
in this duct or mantain any of the busi-
out a license therefore.
of Cushing, of the State of Okla- Auctioneers of bankrupt stock, ordinance shall be construed to ness or occupations mentioned in
i Section 6 Any person or per-
; sons violating the provisions of
! this ordinance shall upon con-
Section 2 No such license
homa without having first ob- per day $5.00. apply to farmers who may retail the foregoing sections, without sha11 be granted until the person j viction thereof be fjned in any
iTed a license ZZ and hav- Lns.ent auction stores, per day their own products. fi». obtaining a license from the j -« than Five Dollars
i >g first paid the charges of such dav $10.00. Prov.ded further, that the To-vn iown signed by the Town Clerk tn.asury the sum of Xen Do lars , $500, nor exceeding Twenty
Clerk shall receive for his renurn- and Chairman of the Board ol L$10.00J pei >eai, or'one nait r jj0nars ($20.00) tor each andev-
erat'on a fee of i.verity live edits Trustees, and a failure to comply j sa'^ sum *or SIX months, ery table operated.
for issuing any license which fee with the provisions of this aCt. f°r each and every P°o1 or bil- Section 7 All other Ordi-
shall be paid by the parties re- will make the violater liable for hard table kept by him or them nanceg or parts Qf Ordinances in
ceiving said license. fine and cost in any sum not to f<>r h'1"® orprofit. j confljct witti the provisions of
Section 2 The term Hawker exceed ten [$10.00] dollars, and Section 3 It shall be unlawful | Ordinate are hereby rc-
Dramatic shows, minstrel shows, and Faker as used in Section 1 of such parties will stand commit- f°r any person or persons receiv- p^jgd
and all others traveling and this act shall mean any person or ted until fine and costs are paid, ing said license, provided for m Section 8 This Ordinance shall
license wliich shall be respect-
ively as follows:
Circus or Menagerie, for exhibi-
ting or parading within said town
per day, 1 ring $15, 2 rings $25,
0 rings $50.00.
Dog, monkey, pony or other ani-
i-ial shows per day $5.00.
Side show, per day $3.
Exhibitions of freaks knd natur- charging tin
curiosities per day $2.
Jugglery, sleight-of-hand and
Punch & Judy shows and Orient-
al exhibitions and all ?ther exhi-
bitions of like natur* j>er day
Traveling physician**. Vetexinar- per da.
una, dentists and tooth extract- Solicitors
Local Auctioneers, per annum
Transient auctioneers, per day
Bowlingalley, per quarter $10.00.
showing under tents;
those persons who shall upon any
of Section 6 This Ordinance Sections 1 and 2 of this Ordi-
admission of 50c, the streets, sidewalks, alleys or shall take efiect, and be in force j nance, to allrw bo\s of sixteen
$10.00 per day, those charging other public gxogiulft Within ihe frr n and after its passage,
an admission of 35c, $7.50 per Town of Cushine. expose* uuer proval and publication.
day, and th .se charging an ad- or crv for sale any goods, wares
mission of 25c, $5.00 per day. or merchandise uf any kind or
Peddlers and hawkers of dry articles of any kind or nature not
goods or other merchandise. $10 specifically mentioned and in-
cluded in the variou* occupat-
f orders for picture?, ions, set out in the provisions of
take effect and be in full force
from and after its passage ag>
ap. years of age or under that age to pIY,va| and publication
play billiards or pool ih their place auJ appru
Passed and approved this 17th of business or to remain in said
Jay of August, 1909. place of business. Any violat-
Geo. Michels ,ons or this section shall cause
Chairman Board of Trustees.
C. W. Dutton
President Board of Trustee*.
C. W. Dutton
opr. surgeons and medicine men machinery or merchandise «»f any said Section 1
day $lo.00 or $5u.u0 a week. *ind at retail for future deli very St*cti<»n 3 Ail liccn« provided
^lanufacturers and pedalers of $10.00 per day. for in this ordinance shall be is-
jevelry per day $5.Mi. Advertising the sale of medi
LxhibiUu .a wf stereu«CMptc veiws cine no'.ivus wc other arUcies up- Clerk a&u ut specrfj ihe a- w 2. Erwia.
sued and j»tgnediby the sai l Town «l>ent Snnday with his brothe-*,
the forfeiture of said license at
the wiil of Uie President and
Board of Trustees of said Town
of Cushing. "Little drop* of wai«r rrnke
Sect, m 4 !♦ *hal! be umlawful the mighty oc^sn" and they
R. R Erwin, of Chandler, for such person or persons oper- wm to be all stavinirttw^p. At
ating pool or hilhi.rxl hails under least we have not ht-aru of the
this Ordinance to keep their re- arrival of ciany in ttua *ectias.
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The Cushing Democrat (Cushing, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 26, 1909, newspaper, August 26, 1909; Cushing, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc283995/m1/3/: accessed September 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.