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SOFFICIAL JOURNALOF H OF ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST. -' voL. o. LUCY (PARISH OFST. JOHN THE BAP UISIANA, SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1922. NO. .a S cma a tbMAKE odf " 52 kses¶a start ayear 'the Youth's Companion: daoulDd be in every home which demands `only the Best." - Live boys and girls, and their. fathers and mothers, always fad The Companion Reiasble Entertaining and Up.btoDate. undreds of Short Stories. Serial Stones. E.l, Articles. Pta. dNature and Scieace. Curst nt EuPven* ,"How " ·i: Yllra-Pages. Suggestions for Home and Economy.Rrrrrm Costs LESS T7L4N1CFros Cqnta a Wseek OFFER No. 1 OPFER A 1. The ouU Conasaoas - 1. The Youth' Dmo ian 62 t s fe aa1923 . , 2$ l80 2. A ramsei Weekly I adem ofQ ObIrr ah. S 1921 Issues also 2. MeCaulPs mazine 1.00oo 8. The 1922 Cospaaa Th1e beat Fs las aias Homne Calehndmr futwmaruwadgte AN los $2.50 Al For $3.00 SUBSCIRItP4 TRECEIVE) AT 1EIC The Experience of Other With Peruia sA Safe Guide. ,. Egi V d waxeneu zSgeanonl *Ready-T -Take W tamily Medicine Do You Use.? l _ _- Y tcs ow sc keep . Pere=. keees the Lowel! resol- withoes agalare ? _ = prodseag a pbrabeiasea. Mes y et ip a lly `ed n e c ues e e id h r ? e rn a* is o n e o f th e b e s t ý ild ae m edls e h tiae market. t ml c a oonter or auae e peate ute seold oa esghP. -E ' a aeitmdsci a t sp.~ `' Pe ha" a irs r tad.i is, the A COWANiY, COLUMBUS, OHIO a h. Alct iquid medici~nes woill~d owanTa Wdahet Ca:de )a; Most Prac coiOeia.n 8usni.ns. In sheaaii aud cas. fb Official Proceed POLcE JU Parish of St. John the Edgard, La., July t. .The Police Jury met his da gular session with HPon. p... in the Chair andt the folha hers present: Messr% Retl re, Montegut.al' Dth. iAbo Bourgeois. The minutes of last regular: were read, and on motion of re, seconded by 'Mr. Reynaud ried, said minutes Were o proved as read. The report of the Finaneea tee showing a total of $: drawn against the Bank of :M and a total of $827.47 drayS the Bank of Edgard, toeov and bills ic during of June, was d d ra, and on Mr. Duhe, seconded byMr. and carried; said eport wa accepted, and said 'ills paid. The tie'sre remiI th in the parish rasr re ficient to meet- Irad-tol =. it was moved byMrr by Mr. Dh.e aident be anidsob te'"Bank of 8t.`Y4-ir $50oo0.oo from i Bank of meet said hsas. Mr. Adrien LgMoinea, La Place-Bonnet e hie a Hemalt- i A;vote o-th mtion tiofU lows: Yeas-= Mesea Reyned, , Songy, Montegtt and u. Mr. Bourgeois.'* Naysa The following. Ord.iane .ntroduced: "Be it ordained by the of the larish of St. Johnti in regular meeting assembler = is the sense of this Pslee e sue excess revenue amount of $31,000.00.; bfo Rose of co bpauction, fu maintaining the p lac roads out the Parish oif St. io t, and to pay all outa .ndebtedne, riue" by the JohIets of the ge erPare ..tax r.. dof tenyear s.: :"'1 Be .I further. o ta ned notice of I#bis innteato obf U ýr to incur said; end cording to law in the- u of this Parish of - `t _ S $bq 1ow~ ~i Yeas e~Is.I~yiud ·I: .I 4 ',:;·i'?;~~~ SSPECIAL NOTICE 0 otice is hereby given, that it is intention of the Police Jury of Parish of St. John the Baptist, to ura debt of ($31,000.00) Thirty Thousand Dollars; and to issue otiable bonds to represent said in tedness for the purpose of con ng, improving and maintain tht pnblic roads throughout the of St. John tht Baptist, and to all outstanding road indebtedness te patish of St. John the Baptist; 'bonds to be secured and paid by pledge of one half (%) mill of general parish tax over a period years. Said bonds to bear in estat the rate of 6 per cent per mU .payable semi-annually. 'e_! Jury will meet in regu on tn the 3rd. day of.August 1~O40 o'clock MI, at the Dis House at Edgard, La., for ;off adoptuig the proper r the incurring of said "issuance of said bonds. IUDENT G. SONGY e i t of the Police Jury. PLNTERS ATTENTION I! SiE Eim-inppire Rice Mbill Co. /-La, vtl o b mle s d PROEEINGS OF THE r. DE MOCATIC E: COMMITTEE. '? l- sas Beary rte toT. J. Nagel:°: z lolliwiu~ Resoluteion i s offer Sagel sec.ondd by. Dr. t'Qtat Centnal Com Umof It)e-ocratic Party, at a hell& - July 4th. 1922, has st t primary 8election be i 12t . day of September r e .urpose-of nominating tfleeti almong whom is a for the Second Congres of whiich tie Parish of i :=Baptist forma a part, there will be a vacancy of Member of Board of D torfor the First. Word, of oard of School Di e-t Secoand Ward of this d = s thte tiiration °of'the t ~'1-Wpresent inewaibents; t flalItR.olwes d by -PP ii "ctic KxeCfommnittee of St. John the Baptist d election be held in'the t . wards of this Parish l ' of September 1922, I sf nominio candi- c ~ cfice of Qber of Directors for the ::. M of School A.ii d s.-wsaid of this w s FU RTHER RESOLVED, indegSri- to become 2brsaid-offices shall file tion with .he Chairman rit.i:tea :.(tO) , .ay efhis cal for;a ea- tO t ae M o andi~be lusjim BORN: To Mr. and Mrs. John D. Reynaud, on Wednesday morning, July 26th. 1922, a bouncing 10-lb. baby goy. Their third child, first boy, who will be named JOHN DAVIS, JR. The sponsors will be Dr. and Mrs. George E. Burch, of Edgard, La., SPECIAL NOTICE! The next Examination for Teachers' Certificates will be held in the Supe r.ntendent's Off.ce, July 31, August 1, 2, (White) and August 3, 4, and 5, (colored). The examination for certificates of Reading Course will be held in the Superintendent's Office oft August 5. LUBIN F. LAURENT, Secretary. Official Proceedings - OF THE School Board Parish of St. John the Baptist Edgard, La., July 6 1922. The School Board assembled this day in regular monthly session with President E. O. Abadie in the Chair, and the following Members present: Messrs. Alerandre, Bourgeois, Tas sin, and Gendron. Absent, Mr. Mil let. It was moved by Mr. Alexandre, se conded by Mr. Tassin that the Minu tes be approved as rtad. The motion was carried. It was moved by Mr. Alexandre, seconded by Mr. Bourgeois, and car ried, that the following Budget be adopted: RECEIPTS: Current School Fund 4 28,268.00 Police Jury a priation 23,000.00 Uecaxho -11.500.00 T ade . 1404.00 DI. BRSEMENTS: Wite Teachers and Janitors $ 45,000.00 Colored Teachers F 2,000.00 Superintendent 2,700.00 Repairs . 500.00 Office Expenses 800.00 Furniture and equipment 1,000.00 Fuel, oil, chalk, etc. 1,400.00 Mileage and per diem 460.00 Inscrance 300.00 Libraries 310.00 Rent 180.00 Buildings 517.00 Heating 1,500.00 Transfers 7,200.00 Miscellaneous 200.00 TOTAL: ' $ 66,067.00 It was moved by Mr. Tassin, secon ded by Mr. Alexandre, and carried, that the Superintendent be authoris to contract with teachers for the com ing. session. It was moved by Mr. Tassin, secon ded by Mr; Altxandre, -nd carrie, that on account of having to enlarge his truck to carry more children Mr. E. G. DeBautte be allowed $5.00 ad ditional per month 'on his transfer salary. - The bids for the Garyville and La Place Transfers were opened by the Prtaidtnt and were in-amounts as fol lows: Garyville Transfer, Mr. Chas. (. Chauff, $212:00 and Mr. Roger Baudry, $250.00; La Place Transfer, Mearsr. C. Mauiin & Son $200.00 and L. A. Haydel, $172.09. It wia moved by Mr. Alexandre, se conded by Mr. Tastia that the bid of Mi. hras. A Chauo t for the Garyvilt e Scallfo as follows. ._ urs. Alead-eand. Tas idof - x .. 0 AJ)Dm, ~Y~;~ _. ,.j t Statement -Of The BANK OF EDGARD LOCATED AT EDGARD, LOUISIANA. Parish of St. John the Baptist. Report furnished to the Examiner of State Banks by the above Bank at the close of business on June 30, 1922. DR. GEORGE E. BURCH, President. LEO A. MARRERO, Vice-President, P. R. JACOB, Cashier. RESOURCES: Other loans and discounts $ 16,103.61-. Overdrafts ur ecured 244.85 Other bonds, stocks, securi ties etc. 13,617.00 Banking house, furniture and fixtures 6,121.78 Cash Items 54.40 Due-from banks and bankers 37,682.94 Gold Coin 125.00 Silver, nickel and copper coin 473.38 National bank notes and all issues U. S. Government 2,415.00 Suspense account 755.21 TOTAL: $ 77,593.17 LIABILITIES: Capital stock paid'in $ 15,000.00 Due to other banks and bankers 2,136.24 Cashiers' checks outstanding 2 765.87 Individual deposits subject to cheek - 52,608.63 Time certificates of deposit 5,082.4 John the ats I, GEORGE E. BURCH, I. D., Pre sident, and I, P. R. JACOB, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemn ly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. (Signed:) GEORGE E. BURBH, President. P. R. JACOB, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me. this 8th. day of July 1922. (Signed:) A. L. BROU, * Clerk of Court. ............................ ··r·.~r···w-3-5.··'·· 4 4. Ir~l iIMEUIAUS +Fý - .i· se r_ _ _ "-:" ·3l c.