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School Law of Idaho.
à The following are the provisions of the school law ot Idaho, designed f lor those who are inclined to unjust ly deprive their children of the ad Ävantages of a fair common school f education. DUTIES OP PARENTS AND GUARDIANS. Proviso— Sec. 112. Laws 1893 Sec. 59. Every parent, jjbuardian or other person in the Jptate of Idaho having control of a pt hild or children between the . Ch. 7, ages , of eight and fourteen years shall be ' required to send such ehild or child ren to a public school for a period i>f twelve weeks in each school year, at least eight weeks of which shall ,pe consecutive, unless such child or 'children are excused from attend ance by the Board of School Trus tees of the School district in which auch parents or guardians reside, upon it being shown to their satis faction that the bodily or mental condition of such children has been j (iuch as to prevent his, her or their attendance at school, or application at study for the period required, or that such child or children are taught i'll a private school or at home m such branches as aie usually taught in a primary school, or have already acquired the ordinary branches of learning taught in the public school. Provided; In case a public school shall not be taught for a period of twelve weeks, during the year, with U three miles by the nearest traveled •qad of the residence of any such Mfjrent or guardian within the d.s rict, he or she shall not be liable to be provisions of this act. DUTIES OF TRUSTEES. I pec. 113. Laws 1893. Ch. 7, Sec. 0. It shall be the duty of the ,_-, e « , ï m . ~ , ; , _ . istriet in tins State, on or before le first Monday m September in ih year, to furnish the principal ... , . , . .of itpach public school taught in such itrict with a list of all children in p school district between the ages eight and fourteen years, said t to be taken from the report ot 8 School Census Marshal. ï DUTIES OF TRUSTEES. > LATION OF TIIE LAW—HOW l'RO CEEDING8 ARE BEGUN, -Sec, 115. Laws 189 3 edings m the name of the dUtnct for recovery of the ROVISO. . 7, Sec. 50. When it shall ap- \ , at the expiration of three school i j . j èr person having charge or con- | |of any child or children shall e failed to e imply with the pro CMI8 of this act, the board shall itlis, to the Board of School Trus that any parent, guardian or demand to be made upon such j t, guardian or other person lor I Ënouiit of the penalty herein *providcd, when if such parent, (Ban or person shall neglect or fe to pay the same within five after the making of said de , the board shall • commence lerein after provided before Hurt having juris liction* Pro That nothing in Sub-division ren who are actually and necessarily compelled to labor for the support of a parent or parents. PEN ALTY—DISPOSAL OF FUNDS ARIV ING FROM SUCH FINES, Sec. 11R. Laws 1893. Ch. 7, Sec 50. Any parent, guardian or other person having control or charge of any child or children, failing to comply with the provisions of this act, shall be liable to a fine of not less than five dollars for the first of fence, nor less than ten dollars, nor more then fifty dollars for the second and each subsequent offence, besides the cost of collection. All fines co 1 lected under the provisions of this act shall be paid into the county treasury, the same to be placed to the credit of the school district col lecting the same. TRUSTEES ANNUAL NOTICE. Sec. 117, Laws 1893, Ch - 7. Sec, 50. The Board of School Trustees in j each distuct shall cause to be posted annually in three public places in the district notices of the require ments and penalties oi this law. A Cure fur Lumbago W. C Williamson, of Amherst, Va., soys : For more than a year I suffered rom lumbago. I finally tried Chamber lain's Pain Balm and it gave me entire I relief, which all other remedies had failed to do. Sold by F. A. Lyman's. A Rich Nation. The United States is the wealthiest country in the world. It has in its treasury the greatest accumulation of money in the history of the nations euch an aggregate of savings in the The people of the earth. There was never before banks of the country, were never more hopeful and happy. This display of unexampled national wealth is accompanied by unexampled Prosperity; An interesting feature, of the report of the treasury officials Is that the amount of gold and silver is not far from equal,, there being $534,000,000 in gold and $493,000,000 in Eilver « " ls estimated that the excess receipts over expenditures for the f.F-rd year will he $70,009,000, or nearly $200,000 for every day of the year.—De troit Free Piers. A Profitable Investment 'T was troubled for about seven years with my stomach and in bed half my time,"8ays E. Demlck, Somerville Ind "I spedt about $1,000 and conld gel nothing to help me until I tried Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I have taken a few Kodols Million, .rf .tally (indin. . »orlfc of comfort in Rurklens Arnica Halve. It kills pain from Burur, Scalds, Cuts, Boils and lelons; removes Corns and bottles and am entirely well. Dyspepsia Cure does the stomack's work by digesting the food. You dont have to diet. Eat all yon want. Kodol Dys pepsia Cure cures all stomach troubles, F . A> L yman, Druggist, Bnsincss ot the Razor Swapper. All barbers know of the occupation of "razor swapper." They make their living by trading razors—not selling, Just trading. Their net profit comes in on the "boot" money given with each trade. The uncertain and finicky na ture of razors is at the bottom of the business. New Century Comfort Worts. Best Pile cure on earth. Only 26c at Riter Bios, 1 mg Store. 9 UP THE CHIMNEY That is where most of the heat& (the cooking power) goes in most^j Ranges, but in the Book 's Ranges (fetP Stoves the heat is made to do its£? work around the oyen, not up the^I Chimney. The oven does not bnfck-^ le and the patented White Enamel^ Ovens are always exquisitely clean. ; BUCK'S HOT BLAST HEATERS ~ take the prize everywhere. If you want first class goods go tog». The Headquarters that saves you^ money We do not handle cheap john*w* goods; We handle the Genuine Lud-®^ low Wagons & Baggies, the Genuine^ Common Sense Bob Sleigh, rhe5." Genuind Good Sense Bob Heighs,^? the King & Queen Cutters, the& I Genuine Fish bros.. Wagons, Carts^, <te Spring Wagon, Utah State Sulky^ ^ f I,' ■ I ■ ■ 1 1. I ■ il 1 ' Plows, Building material. Red Cedars« Shingles, Vertical Grain Flooring. Cement Plaster, Hair. Building*; ^ Paper, Nails & Barb Wire . All kinds of Implements and machinery■ 9 ' : i ANOTHER BUCK'S JUNIOR RANGE FREE $ (i a I £ Ï I & I I I 3 m £ I Beginniug Dec. 18tb& ^ we want every girl under 14 years of age to cut out our advertisements^• 1C »a they appear, until Feb. 15th. 1902, and bring them to our office done^ «P 1° bundles of 50 each. All ads must contain BUCK'S trade mark.^i To the one who brings the greatest number of ads will be given a Buck K Junior Range. Start to work at once. Remember its a Buck's. fr' ft ft ?■ n ▼ a « ft a r 3 ft I mi « ft m ft Banlç of Montpelier ESTABLISHED 1891. Paid up Capital, $20,000 Transacts a General Banking Business« OFFICERS and DIRECTORS: J. W. STONER, Vice Pres. G. SPONGBERG, flsst. Cashier. G. E. WHEELflND. Pres. G. G. GRAY. Gashier. G. WEBSTER. Montpelier, Idaho. T. L. GLENN, President, D. U. KEENEY, Vice President. G. SPONGBERG, Sec. and Treas. The Great western Oil COMPANY. Limited. Capital Stock, One Million Shares at a par value of Ten 1 Cents each. Five Hundred Thousand Shares of Treasury Stock. 8* The Company is composed of a numbor of leading business s men of Montpelier, and owns 1280 acres ot choice oil lands in ^ the Wyoming oil field?. Several springs on its lands are flow ingahigh grade of lubricating oil. A California oilman has ^ 3 Leen on the lands and expressed an opinion that oil could be struck at a depth of one hundred feet. In orgartizing the company, the managers have placed the par j, value of the stock at ten cents per share, the price at which ._ jj certain amount of the Treasury Stock is to be sold, thns avoid- ^ J ing for a certainty any personal liability of stockholders under ^ the laws of this state. One hundred and twenty five thousand shares of the Treasury ^ Stock is now on the market at ten cents per share. The maria- v gers estima te that this will give them sufficient funds to sink a r** ; well to a depth of 2000 fee t f if necessary, which will l>e done just jj" as soon as the necessary funds are realized. % For f „ rllier i llforn , tttion ,„ ld atuck ci)1 „„ G . gpon U , «5 . . _ f .. ^ t ^ ,e °* Montpelier, Idaho. Some features of th: » Company. [Excellent indications for oil. liability attaches to stockholders. Treasurer. V $ ; * i •H ■Ê it * 3 4 * •r at > No personal Bonded \