The Cushing Democrat (Cushing, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 7, 1909 Page: 1 of 4
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The Cushing Democrat
CUSHING. OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY. OCT. 7. 1909.
CsmpuUory Uucalion. school dlilrirt in which aaid chil* dren, before any juttice of thr
*1l is nut generally known that ,,rrn or w*nl* m*v l,v*' •* !h® I"*** "r 01 ^ «*«rt having «»«..
there is a law in Oklahoma which !,ln* *u<*h failure to attend |M*u*nt jurisdiction. for the viola-
compefc parenta <* guarduin. to "f*1 ,,H,b,ir' pri**1* ,,r olh"r timuf lhi* Act IWhd, that
*-nd their children, thr *'hnoi ,,r •cho"llt 10 rl,,r« ,,r incorporated town*or
•fi*( of vifrht mil tixtifn vrart. 8m. CIO]. I>uty uf Ii«*nr<l of '"•H »*f toucation
may appoint one ur m«»r© truant
to achc*l fur a term from thrrr Kducttion lU*|*»rt. It shall l*
thr dutv tif
law wai paaard by the legislature
Th- kc. o, tb. lh. ,lu«y of ,h. bo.r.1 of «.„«■
4 In I■ i"IMfW Hn
ao much of MiU waift* a* shah br
ileressary io l««iiif aa such child
ur children shall attend the pub-
lic school in accordance with thr
provisions of thin Art; which aid
may la allowed and |*atd upon
' he certificate uf the county sup-
shall be to trintcndent of public instruction
provisions of this to the child or children holding
last year and in an follow■ tion °f ullch •rho°l to 'Mr* Act in the manner provided here- <uch *cho|ar*hip. by the t*»ard of
o . " .? , nish tu thr superintendent of all in. county commissioner* in which
Du^of^n. h.L»Z'. L ^ rHV 1 °""'r ,rh1?U 6402. When Pmrent Un- »«■> «!>'« •" child™
)uty of parent. It shall be un- in cities, or teachers in otherdis- ^ .ruardlan or Sse. 6404. Viola'ion. Any
lawful for any parent or guardian tricts, at the beginning of the cuttodimn of a^dchild or child**) P™n or ptnoni violating the
living in the Stats of Oklahoma, first term of each school year, a
ia financially unable to furniah Pulsions of thia Act shall l»e
compel any person or peraons. the children residing within the
who are. or may be under their diatrict who arr between the agra
auch child or children with the
neccasary booka with wmch to at-
to neglect or refuae to cauae or'list containing the nsmea of all ...A'-Lmj'L. -unj— .V.; subject to a fine of not less than
ten nor more than fifty dollars, i
rontrnl mm rhiirimn m . f ; l. a • , / tend school. then the county su- ,or'"ch and every ofTenae, aaid
control as children or wards, to of eight and sixteen >oarsof age. of puhl|C ingtrnc. line hhull be impimed by any court
. <«,d and comply with .he ruk* and ... re.,uir» . r,por. from .he \ ^ 0^h, ^n<r whe™ .uch juri.d.c-„,,, and .li ftnM
of «m. p.ibhr pnvno or otbor mipermtendcnt of >11 public, pri- „r ,,u.rdilin or »i collwted shall be placed in the
achool or achool., unlcaa other v.1(. or other achoola in ritiea. or <hn|| (umj>h U|K(n (h# common achool fund of .he .list-
means of education are provided the teachera in other dialricta,
for a term from three to aix not leas thrfn fourteen nor more
months, in the diacretion of the than twenty-six weeks before the
achool district board or boards of close of the last term of school
educations of cities of the firat for the year; which re port shall
class, the term to be fixed by gen- contain the names of all children
era! order at the annual school between eight and sixteen years
meeting, which shall apply to all of age who have attended said
children in the district, each sue- school and the period of such at-
cessive year from the time said tendance. Immediately upon re-
children are eight years old until ceipt of this report, the board of
they are sixteen years old, unless education shall give written no-
recominendation of the school
district hoard, or board of educa-
tion of citiea of the first class,
books for such pur|K)se to auch
child or children, which bjoka
shall be furnished and paid upon
the cirtificate of such orticer by
the board of county commission-
ers of said county.
Sec. 640;l. In case of Widowed
Mother. If any widowed mother
rict whrre the child or children
reside, aa other fines and penal-
Charles Holmsten a formercit-1
izen of Cushing, but latterly liv-
ing in Arkansas City. Kansas,
has resigned his fine position
with the Santa Fe Railway Com-!
pany and and will remove his t
family to Cushing about October
16. Mr. Holmsten will take a ;
position in the Sunian Drug
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NUMBER TEN 10
Have you tried "Number T«i?"
It »• proving to be one of the
moat valuable rrmedw# with
which yuu can provide yourself,
especially the farmer and stock
man. By actual count, we have
sold to far, during the month of
September, Forty-Eight bottles.
Put up in 50c, $1, and $2 sixes.
We make it and guarantee it;
paying batk full price for the
empty bottle if you are not fully
satisfied. Ask your neighbor
about it if you have not tried it.
In our weekly diatsibution of
premiums,we allow double cred-
it on your purchases of Number
10. Look at our window and
see what an elegant line of prem-
iums we are showing; come to
our stare to buy and you may re-
Mr. A aron Drumright received
premium No. 1 last week.
CUSHING DRUG CO.
C. D. HUDSON. DAN WELDON
they are prevented by mental or tice to the parent, guardian or shall make affidavit ihat the wag-
phyaical disability, the question custodian of such child or chil- es of her child or children, under Store,taking charge of the liooks
and attending to the details of
the business. We are sure every-
body will be glad to welcome Mr.
Holmsten and his family back to
of disability being determined by dren, who have not complied sixteen years of age are neces
the board, or by a certificate to with the provisions of this Act, sary to the support of such wid
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that effect from a duly licensed that the attendance of such child owed mother, then the county
and practising physician or by! or children is required at some superintendent of public instruc-
reaaon of already becoming pro- public, private or other school; tion may after caref ul investiga-
ficient in the standard studies and if within five days such par- tions, in his discretion, upon the
from attendance upon such pri- ent, guardian or custodian of recommendation of the school • F. P. Harmon and Robert Gul-
vate, public or other school or j such child or children does not district board, or board of educL- ick have at last returned home,
schools; and provided, that in comply with the provisions of tion of cities of the first class, Mr. Harmon returned on Satur-
such case they shall be excused j this Act, then the board of edu- furnish such child or children a day and Mr. Gulick on Monday.
THE UP-TO-DATE BARBER SHOP
R. H. PHENIX, Prop.
Successor to Wm. Pwrwsil
Laundry sent to Shawnee Wednesday returning !
and delivered at your door.
by the superintendent of the pub-; cation shall make complaint i certificate called a "Scholarship" Both report a splendid t|^me, connect,on Wlt^ Jhower^bathW°
lie, private or other school, or by j against such parent, guardian or stating the amount of wayes such which.no doubt, accounts fu-
tile board of education of the custxlian of such child or chil- child or children are receiving, or their long stay.
'Promptness and satisfaction" is our motto.
$35 - Axminster Rug - $35
It May Be Yours—Read and See How
The Cushing Trading Company offer the above Axminster Rug, value $35, to the person or family making the
largest amount of cash purchases of merchandise and implements
From Saturday, Oct. 9, 1909, to Jan. 1, 1910
For 2nd largest amount: An order for $5 worth of Mdse. from our store—given by the Cushing Democrat
3rd Prize: One pair of $4 shoes—Ladies or Gents
Get a ticket and see that each purchase is punched. N.B.—All prices remain the same. Watch our ad.
A FEW FROM OURJLIST
Ladies Suits and Skirts
Beautiful new styles and colors. Well made,
best material. Within the reach of all.
Come in and see them.
All Calicos at 5 c. Some mill ends at 4c. Our
line of Ginghams at closing out prices. Outings
and Shirtings at 5c. Special in shirts 39 to 69c.
We have the best fitting ready made clothing
ever brought to town. The "Imperial" and "Fit
Em Better" lines. Sells from $10.00 to $25.00.
Hats and Shoes
A splendid line of Hats just received. Latest
shapes and colors.
The celebrated Stetson Shoes are now here.
Remember we handle the Queen Quality, a highpatent flour $1.20 a sack. Headquarters for groceries.
CUSHING TRADING CO.
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The Cushing Democrat (Cushing, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 7, 1909, newspaper, October 7, 1909; Cushing, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc284238/m1/1/: accessed April 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.