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Washington Parish Fair
At Franklnton, Louisiana
October 15, 6, 7, 1914
Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton.
VOLUMIE 5. EA,o .,,Td H.I....sw ,,,. FRANKLINTON, LA., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1914
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School Board Proceedings.
Franklinton, La., Oct. 9.-On
he above date the board of di*
ctors of the public schools of
ashington Parish met in spec
l session as per adjournment
rith all members present. The
Sleeting was called to order by
 president and the minutes
-of the last meeting were read
and approved.
On motion duly seconded and
carried the clerk of court is here
b authorized and instructed to
ca cel the bond in favor of the
_bo'1 on behalf of the First State
B k of Bogalusa, and return
bdd to said bank. Also, the
Tax-Collector is hereby notified
that the Washington Bank and
trust Co., of Franklinton, La.,
has been selected as Fiscal Agent
for said board.
On motion duly seconded and
led the description of school
ict No. 14 as defined Iy a
'lution of this board passed
'lrte 20th day of February
1914 is hereby amended to read
asillows: Be it resolved by the
boa$ of directors of publio school
of ashington Parish, La., that
th galusa School District No.
14 and the same is hereby
td and defined as follows:
C encing at the northwest
of section 3, Tp 3 S, R 13
Helena Meridian, thence
along the west line of sec
ti' ,10,15, 22, and 27 to the
so est corner of section 16,
th south to southwest corner
of w Peters headright No. 41,
.Tp 8 R-13-E, St. Helena Meri
ence east on south line of
n Pe Peters headright No. 41,
to `River, thence north up
and ggeaid river to the point
where: rd lines between wards
4 ItUstrike same, thence west
alongrid township line to the
nor t corner of section 3
afori , the same being the
point oAfeginning, excepting out
offlahe'bve all the territory now
emnbauo within the corporate
liaut~htihe City of Bogalusa.
't 0 laon duly seconded and
curried the following . resolution
was adopted.
Whereas: in the opinion of this
board it is deemed necessary and
advisable to order a special elec
tion in school district No. 14 as
created and defined by resolution
passed Oct. 9, 1914.
13e it resolved by the board of
directors of the public schools of
Washington Parish, as follows:
Section 1. That special elec
tion be and the same is hereby
ordered to be held in school dis
trict No. 14 of the Parish of Wash.
ington, on Saturday November
21. 1914, at which shall be sub
mitted the following proposition:
Proposition to levy a special
tax of six mills on the dollar on
all property subject to state tax
ation in school district No. 14 of
Washington Parish, La., annual
ly, for a period of fivs years for
the purpose of giving additional
aid to the public school for said
district.
Section 2. That the secretary
of this board be and he is hereby
instructed to have prepared for
use at said special election a suf
ficient number of ballots in the
following form.
For the Levying of a Tax.
Proposition to levy a
six mill special tax on
all the property sub- Yes
ject to state taxation
in School District No.
14 of the Parish of
Washington, Louisiana a ,
for the period of five
years for the purpose No
of giving additional aid
to the public school
for said district.
Taxable valuation $ .........
Signature of voter
Notice to Voters-To vote in
favor of the proposition submitted
on this place a cross (X) mark
in the square after the word Yes,
and to vote against it place a
similar mark in the square after
the word No.
And that the Secretary of this
board be and he is hereby in
structed to have prepared for use
at said special election all neces
sary ballot boxes, tally sheets,
list of voters, assessed valuation
property, and compiled state
ments ,f voters in number and
amount.
Section 3. That the polling
place for said election shall be
Bogalusa precinct No. 3, and H.
T. Williams, L. H. Bankston and
T. J. Adams are appointed com
missioners, and J. H. Sutton,
clerk of election to serve at Ho
galusa precinct No. 14, all of
whom shall serve without conm
pensation, And said election
shall be conducted under the laws
of the state applicable thereto.
Section 4. The president, of
this board is hereby instructed to
give notice of the special election
herein ordered, by his proclama
tion to be published according to
law; and in said proclamation he
shall announce that at 10 o 'clock
a. m., Monday the 23rd day of
November 1914, this board will
meet at their office in the town
of Franklinton and in open ses
sion proceed to open the ballot
boxes, examine and count the
ballots ip number and amount,
examine and canvass the returns
and declare the result as the elee.
tion.
PROCLAMATION.
Pursuant to resolution passed
by the board of directors of the I
public schools of Washington
Parish, La., at a special meeting
held on the 9th day of October
1914, I, F. B. Bateman, president
of said board, hereby give notice
that, in compliance with Haid res
olution, a special election will be
held in school district No. 14 of
said parish of Washington, La.,
or. Saturday the 21st day ,f N ý
vember 1914, for the purpose of
submitting to the property tax
payers qu ilified under the con
stiution arnd laws -'f the State of
Louisiana, to vote at said eleo
tion, the following proposition to.
wit:
To levy a special tax of six
mills on the dollar on all proper
to in school district No. 14 of the
parish of Washington, La., sub.
ject to state taxation, annually,
for a period of five years, for the
purpose of giving additional aid
to public schools for said district.
For the purpose of said special
election the polling places will be
Bogalusa, precinct No. 3 for
special election i, school district
No. 14. and H. J. Williams, L. H.
Bankston and T. J. Adams comn
missioners and J. H. Sutton,clerk
have been appointed to serve at
said election to serve at the poll
ing place at Bogalusa. All the
aforesaid commissioners and
clerks will serve without compen
sation. At said special election
tfhe polls will be open at seven
o'clock a. m., and close at five
o'clock p. m., and the elections
will be conducted in accordance
with the laws of Louisiana appli.
cable thereto.
Notice is also given that at ten
o'clock a. m., on Monday the
23rd day of November 1914, the
said board of directors of the pub
lic schools of Washington Parish
La., will meet at their office in
the town of Franklinton, and in
open session proceed to open the
ballot boxes, examine and count
the ballots in number and amount,
examine and canvass the returns
and declare the results of said
special elections.
This the 9th day of Oct. 1914.
F. B. Bateman, Pres.
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COLUMBIA, MISSISSIPPI.
'enuie.
Grand Jurors,
V-o. Name Ward.
1. Buck Crow.... ....... 1.
2. C. M. Sylvest......... 1.
3. N. V. Jones........... 1.
4. Eugene Bankston. ... 2.
5. E. A. Carter .......... 2.
6. L. V.Bankston ....... 2.
7. C.R. McManus........ 3.
8. W. S. Stringfield....... 3.
9. S. E. Morris .......... 3.
0. Will Bateman.......... 3.
1. ltorgan Bankston..... 4.
12, Russll Adams ...... , 4.
3 J1. M . .\litohrll......... 4.
4. E, H . ,d ............ 5.
5. Abram Adams ........ 5
16. W. N.Crain .... ....._ 5.
7. ýM N. Knigllt........ 5.
8. \V. N. Co,rkern....... ..6.
19. J. P. Parker . ....... 6.
0. L. E. Jinkins. .... ... 6.
Petit Jurors.
Jo. Name Ward.
1. Leon Sylvest........... 1,
2. L. W. Ford ..... .. .. 5.
3. W. J. Corkern ........ 6.
4. John M. Fussell ..... 6.
5. A. L.Strahan ......... 1.
,. H.D. Ott .......... 4.
7. W. S. Iurris........... 3.
8., Steve ýylvest....... 1.
9. W ilbur T'ull, s.......... 5.
W0. W. J Kemp ........... 5.
1. J. T. Thigpen ......... 6.
2. M. A. Miller.. ...... 2.
3. M. B. Hennesy......... 1.
4. C. M. Breeland.....:.. 2.
5., Walter V. Burch....... 2.
6. Oscar Seal.......... . 5.
7. R. W. Knight......... 3.
8. Needham Baughman... 5.
9. M. C. Pool........... 3.
20. W. H. Jenkins......... 1,
1. J. J. Miller. . ...... 2.
C2. C.L. Brumfield........ 2.
3. B. B. Williams....... . 4.
Z4. T. M. Jones............ 6.
25. Angus Bankston....... 4.
:6. A. M. Schilling ....... 2.
:7. Ben Graves............ 3.
28. Joe Nobles......... . 3,
29. A, G. Magee...,,,,, 3.
30. Mouton Bulloch.... .. 2.
I hereby certify that the above
nd foregoing is a true and conr
-ect list of Grand and Petit
urors drawn for service at Nov
ember Term of the 26th Judicial
District Court of Louisiana fori
Washington Parish and accord
ng to law. This 28th day of
[tember, 1914
M. A. Thigpen, Clerk.
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