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Official Returns of Primary Election February 24
Faliah .......... . 96......... 3 .
Mt. Hermon..... ............... 121 13
Franklinton. ........... .. ....... 94
Bogalusa, City Hall........ ..... 83
Northwest Bogalusa............. 16 7$
Bogaiusa. Fire Station............ 4468
Bogalusa, Columbia Road...... 4. i
R io ............... ... ... .... . . 13 1
V arnado .. .........................
Sheridan............. 47 100 7 76
Enon.... ...........24 7.607 24.. 58
Isabel..... .. .................. 14 58
Angie ........ ............ .... . 171 107
Popeville ............ ............ 4
Hackley ....... ................... 20
Warnerton.................. 39 64
Burkhalter and Magee's Mill......
769 94 134
Total.....................76 1161 94 134
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Mrs. J. VOL BROCK, Editor.
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Franklinton, La., Feb. 26, 1920.
Mizell Leads by 392 wh
For Clerk of Court. sot
In the final run-off in Tues- th,
day's primary where the Clerk i
of Court was the only parish of
contest, Chess Mizell won over
Arthur E. Hood with a majority
of 892 votes.
There has been very littl. ex
citement in affairs political since W
the withdrawal of T. J. Simmons di
from the sheriff's race, and very T
little comment on Tuesdky's re- s,
sults. Mr. Mizell himself ex- ti
presses surprise at the ' large f,
majority accorded him, and Mr. oi
Hood, while surprised also, is a
taking his defeat in good part p
and with his usual dignified a
R. R. Jenkins won over M. Q, tl
Sylvest for police juror in the
Sixth ward. This decides all g
contests now and things will
settle down to general routine
again until June, when the new
officers will assume their duties,
it being a foregone conclusion
that the winners in the primary
will be the choice of the voters in
the geueral election April 18th.
An offering will be taken Sun.
day in both churches for the Ar
menian Relief Work.
Everybody is familiar with the
tragic story of the Armenian
/sufferers. Our hearts are torn
as we read every'where of the
starving and dying remnant of
this noble race. Let our com
munity make a worthy contribu
tion to this call of distress.
Remember the offering in both
churches Sunday. Tis is a very
unusual day in our calendar.
a fifth Sunday in February.
" There bae'nt.been one for forty
ywears, and it will be another for
i: years before we; celebrate tbi.
:: y sn. Let's make it a.red
ment, especially as it seems like
ly to be called off entirely.
A beautiful display of the work
done in the different departments
of the Franklinton school is ar
D ranged in the new study hall,
r where it will remain thru this
week and is well worth any body's
I time to go see.
See the remarkable copies and
free hand drawings and clay
modeling of the lower grades.
Nature study charts, illustrated
lives of February's great men;
Sthe development thru all the
1 grades of mathematics, english
- and writing; hygiene and physics
)* charts; geography and history
maps, etc. The display as a
whole is highly interesting, aid
t. some of the individual pieces are
quite remarkable and it is hoped
- that every patron of the sohool
wk ill visit the hall before the close
h of this week.
Card of Thanks,
1- I wish to thank the voters of
.e Washington Parish for the splen.
is did majority. they gave me in
ry Tuesday's primary,' and tb as
e- sure them of my deep apprecia
x- tion of same. I will cheerfully
ge fulfill every duty that the office
r. of Clerk of Court imposes upot
is uie and will do everything in my
nrt power to give you such an ad
ed ministration as will cause you
never to regret having imposed
Q, this trust in me.
the Again assuring you of my ap
ine Chess Misell.
es, No ice.
on Sealed bids will be received
runtil 11 o'clock A. M. Tuesday
March 23rd 1920 by the Wash.
tington Parish School Board for
the erection of a two-story
school building to be constructed
un. of brick at North Bogalusa, Bo
Arl- galusa, L'L., in accordance with
plans and specifications prepar
the ed by Nolan & Toree,, Archi
iian tects, 1023 Henen Building, New
orn Orleans, La.
the Each bid will be accompanied
)p by a certified check equal to 5
om- per cent of the amount of the
ibu- said bid.
Bids shall be addressed t
oth D. T. CushinC, Chairman Build.
ery ing Committee, Bogalusa, La.
jar, Bids shall he received and open.
try. ed at Boilusa, La.
)rty Check of lowest bidder will be
fo. held itve days to enable him to
tbi siagn contract and give bond in a
red solventSuret.v Company, in ac
c )rdaIoce with the law failing
whibh he shall forfeit the check.
TIbe Building Committee re
serves the 'right to reject any
and all bds.
UQptract for beating and
; b~-ubhg work shall-be let sep
id iah bid shall be marked
!E, "Prbnesa f'r Building" qr "Pro
Spo1 for: Seating and Plumbiog"
: .ddresse to D. T. Coshing,
ur an: Bllding Committee,
i ::!TD. T. Cushint,
Pa rish 5ohool
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Card of Thanks.
To all who responded so promt
ly and worked so faithfully in
saving household good1 while
our home was burring down
last Friday, we are izldeed very
thankful, We are unable to ex.
press our sincere appreciation
for the valuable assistance ren.
dered and for many expression.
*of sympathy, and offers to-assi t.
us in this hour of financial loss.
D. H. Stringfield and Family.
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Hardwood Logs Wanted.
Highest prices paid for all
kinds of hardwood logs. Apply
to A. L. Hickman, Supt.,
Richard P. Baer & Co.,
The farmer who grows ten acres of poor
cotton and, at the end of the year, owes it
all for hog and hominy doesn't put much
money into the bank.
The farmer who grows FIVE acres of
good cotton and raises corn and hogs to feed
his family on the other five can, at the end
of the year, bank his cotton money as clear
He's the farmer the American Cotton
Association stands for-the farmer this bank
wants to do business with.
The American Cotton Association en
courages diversified farming instead of the
old all-cotton system, so that every cotton
farm in the South may.become self-sustain
ing through the production each year of
ample supplies of food and food crops.
Cotton-and Hogs will make money for
all of us in the South-and will make every
bank account fat.
"1 Washington Bank &i Trust
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