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PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Mrs. J. VOL lROCK, Editor. ottered as second class matter April 5, 1910 at the postofice at Franklinton, La., under the Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. - - - L . - -- ..... Ad-:ertising Rates on Application Address all Communications to The Era-Leader, Franklinton, La. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year............$2.00 in advance. Six Months..... .............. $1.25 'Three Months .................. .i5 lingle Copies ................... .05 Franklinton, La., Sept. 30, 1920. School Board Proceedings. (Continued from First Page.) 1. Proposition to levy a five mills($ .005) special tax on all the , property subject to taxation in Stony Point School District No. 7, Parish of Washington, Louisiana, annually, for a period of five years, for the purpose of enlarg ing building and purchasing ad. ditional equipment for the school in said district. 2. Proposition to levy a five mills ($.005) special tax on all the property subject to taxation in rBn's Ford School District No. 9, ,Parish of Washington, Louisiana, annually for a period of five -ears for the purpose of construct lag and equipping school building si said district. 8. Proposition to levy a three mills ($.003) special tax on all the .property subject to tdxation in School District No. 46, Par of Washington, Louisiana, nually, for a period of five are for the purpose of enlarg. g building and purchasing ad nal equipment for the school aid district. and therefore, the majority in V number and amount cast by property taxpayers of the said I districts No 7, 9 and 46, in Parish of Washington in said no being in favor thereof, ~tWhereas, said elections were l nd the returns thereof were sssed by the Washington dah School Board, according law and notice on the 1st day September, and the results of mod elections were declared to be Tbit a majority in number and at of the taxpayers of said distriots No 7, 9 and 46, inr tiarish of Wdahington, Louis. t rboted in favor of said pro- I ; now, therefore, ction 1. Be it ordained by the gton Parish School Board hington Parish, in lawful I convened, that the propo. no to levy special taxes for Sad of public schools as here bove stated and referred to earried. 2. Be it further or- a etc., That the results of f elections shall be promulgat- t the President and Secretary E said School Board by pub in one issue of the offioial f of Washington Parish, a by said president and see. a motion duly seconded and i shbiqueet of the Stony afot o their oho ol a -Junftr fHigh SchU p uraont by the Board prov .I the ~raool met the require. made by the State Board ueaioao. motion dulrseconded and tl .J. V. Rabb, Demonutra. ii 4gmti wrequested to make report to the Sohool o Sat-their next meting to be a bea 1,, kid report to L the trip nude by the Club throb~ the Middls: Vest. motias duly MsaondeG sad the ag of ,000,0 per I. hereby allowed for the of the tranisfe to Angie aid amount to be paid t uaweUt budgeted for .00 from the Angie · mad a report c ... to.U edi, the report of the Committee was received, the committee discharg ed and the sum of $25.00 is here r. by appropriated to meet the ex penses in opening up a road to 5. loo the school making the distance under from from the patrons asking for - a school in the South East cor ner of the district about two miles from the school. La. On motion duly seconded and - carried the Board voted not to nce. grant the request for a school in 51.25 South East portion of the Hurri .05 cane district. On motion duly seconded and 20. carried Mr. J. K. Johnson and Mr. G. W. Knight were appointed ý* to serve with Mr. Willie Fussell, G. S, Pierce and President F. B Bateman. the On motion duly seconded and carried Mr. O. E. Morris is auth. 7 orized and instructed to represent a the Board in the matter of decid e ing what route the transfer truck should make in carrying the High ad. School pupils from Mt. Point and Oak Grove to Mt. Hermon. On motion duly seconded and ive carried the following resolution he was unanimously adopted. in Whereas it appears that Sim mons & Simmons contractors are the lowest bidders for the two ve school buildings in Poplar Quar. ters and Moton Quarters, in the Bogalusa School District, and, it being considered for the the best interest of the School Board that he they be awarded the contract, and in be ordered to rush completion of r- the building. Therefore Be It Resolved, that ve D. T. Cushing, Chairman of the , Building Gommittee of Bogalusa School District, be and he is here. ol by authorized and empowered to sign coutraot with Simmons & in Simmons contractors, for the erection of school building in Mo. id ton Quarters and Poplar Quarters in for the price and sum of $6,735. id Be it further resolved that this ,i sum, $6,735, be now paid over to D. T. Cushing, Chairman Build. re ing Committee, so that he may re make the regular weekly pay. Dn ments on the work as outlined in the contract, and pay off the la bor and material bills as theyc o mature, securing the necessary receipt therefor. d Notice To Bond Buyers. in 837,000.00 Waterwork Bonds of U the Town of Franklinton, La. * Bide wanted until Friday, Octo ber 8th, 1920, at 12 o'clook noon. Le The Mayor and Board of Alder, d men of the Town of Franklinton ul invite bids on Thirty Seven Thou ) sand (~837,000.00) Dollars, Water. or works bonds, dated September 1, a 1920, in denominations of Five to Hlundred ($500.00) Dollars each with 5% interest, payable annu. ' ally, and are redeemable serially if for Twenty-five years from date, " both the principal and interest Y payable at the option of purchaser. =- The successful bidder will be 11 furnished a complete transcoriptof ! the proceedings had leading up - to the ieeue of these bonds and the fisoial statement; but he hngst d include the blank bonds ready~ for y the signature of the Town o l4bt . SA coertifed oheck for 1,09040, payable td lion, L,',J.:.Oayer, j. Mayor, must be deposited With '. the authorities with the bid, I Address bid to Hen. C, J, Gayer Mayor of the Town of Franklin. d ton, who reserves the right to re* ? ject any offer made, e Tables of maturities and finan. 1 oial statement may be had by s writing the Mayor of Franklinton, ILa. t C. J. Gayer, Mayor. Cc H. F. Stafford, Clerk. in One pair of spectacles in case and one fountain pen, lost be. ho tween the Masonic lodge and myh residence. Suitable reward for in ther return to Mrs. P. B. Carter. 12, For Sale, I have two cows and calves for P1 mab p. It interested apply to j ·.· ;. " • , A LwC , . THE H MILLION ARTICLE STORE o Bogalusa, Louisiana. M. MARX, Prop'r. Everything in --.-'""" Hardware Building Material Lime Cement Plaster Brick Sash Doors Blinds Also all grades of Shingles manufactured. We bought before the high prices and can compete with any store in the United States in LOW PRICES. A Steady Healthy Growth In less than a year's operation, at the close of business August 26, 1920, our books show: Total Resources - - $103,357.35 DEPOSITS - - - 78,766.04 Undivided Profits . 1,684.48 We wish to extend our many thanks to depositors and friends that have en S.abled us to nmke the above showing. S*rvro'#ind "Safety." .i.. AECITIZNS BANK ,RAKLIN.ON, LA. . Sheriff Sale-No. 8424. Magee W. Ott Vs. A. Womack NotiUe is hereby given that by vir tue of an order of seisure and sale ist sued out of the 26th. Judicial District Court of Louisana, in and for Wash ington Parish, in the above entitled oasue, and to me directed, I will pro ceed to sell at public auctn to the last and highest bidder, on Saturday, October 80, 1920 at the principal front door of the court house at Frankllnton, la., between the legal sale hours for judicial sales, the following described property be. ing and situated in Washington ar iah, La., to-wits Eat half of the south-east4, section 12, Tp. 2, Range 10 east, St Helena Meridian. Terms of Tale.-Cash with benefit of appraisement. This the 90th day of September, A. J, . t mmat Sheri, Was Very Weak "After the birth of my baby I had a back-set," writes Mrs. Mattle Cross white, of Glade Spring, Va. "I was very Ill; thought I was going to die. I was so weak I couldn't raise my head to get a drink of watcr. I took. . medicine, yet I didn't get any better. I was constipated and very weak, getting worse and worse. I sentforCardui." TAKE The Woman's Tonic "I found after one bot* tie of Cardui I was im. proving," adds Mrs. Crosswhlte. "Six bot. ties of Cardui and . . . I was cured, yes, I can say they were a God-send to me. I believe I would have died, had it not been for Cardul." Cardul has been foud beneficial in many thousands of other cases of womanly trou. bles. If you feel the need of a good, strengthen. Ing tonic,-why not try Cardul? It may be just what yoO need. All j 4 SheritSale.- No. 8418. Andrew Davis Vs. Union Chappel A. M. E. Church. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an order of seinure and sale issued out of the 26th Judicial District Court of Louisiana, in and for Washington Parish, in the above entitled cause and to me direted, I will proceed to sell at public auction to the last and highest bidder, on Saturday, October 9, 1920 at the p. inipal front door of the court house at Frank 'nton, La,, between the legal sale hours for itdicial sales, the following des cribed property, to-wit: The north k of lot No. 6 in block No. 16, in the Stephen E. Richardson First Addition to Bogalusa, La,, as per plat of same on file in the Clerk's Office in this Parish, at Franklinton, La., and being in the William Peter's Beadnght No. 41. Township 8 South, Range 13 E., St. Helena Meridian, and being the same property acquired by the Union Chappel A. M. E. of A. T. Coleman, per deed of July 24, 1919, passed before O. Ellis Ott, Nota ry Public, at Bogalusa, La. TA'ep*wgrsil e*Cuh with bkeit of o appraisment. This the 27th day of August, A. D. 1920. J. E. Bateman, Sheriff, Sheriff Sale-No. 8419. T. H, Sutton and Wife - Vs. Zona Hathorn Winstead. 26th Judicial District Court, State of Louisiana, Parish of Washington. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an order of seizure and sale, issued out of the S2th Judicial Distriot Court of Louisiana' in and for the above -entitled cause and to me direct ed, I will proceed to sell at Publico auction to the last and highest bidder on Saturd . , October 28, 1M20 between legal sale hours for judicial sales, the following described proper ty, being and situated in Washington Parish, towit: Lot No. 2 of block No. 6 of the Stephen E. Richardson First Addition to Bogalusa, Louisiana, as per plat of the said Addition on file in the office of the Clerk of Court of this Parish at Franklinton, La., and being in the William Peters Headright No. 41, Tp. 8 8. Range 13 east, St. Helena Med., with the buildings and improvements thereon. Terms of Sale. -Cash with benefit of appraisement. This the 8th day of September, 1920. J. E. Bateman, Sheriff. Buy War Savings Stampe. To the Public: Beginning Thursday, Sept. 23rd and for two weeks, ending October 7, we are offering Every article in our Store at and Below Cost Price! There are many inducements worth investigating. Among them are: Silk Ginghams, 54-in. Mohair Cotton Ginghams, Suiting, Serges Men's Hats, Boys' Caps Fancy Ribbons Ladies' and Gents' Handkerchiefs Men's Underwear Suspenders, Belts, Shoes Dishes, Oil Heaters All Kinds of Farm Implements Our Groceries included nd many other things worth your calling and in restigating. This is a sacrifice. Come early and ;et your pick of all. THE BABINGTON STORE, Inc. Franklinton, La. rit SOULE COLLEGE NEW ORLEANS, LA. Highest Grade and Most Practical Courses iI Business, in Shorthand and in English. Best Equipments. Un. equaled Facilities. Complete College SHOULD BE EDUCATED Bank. Only School with Actual Store, TO SUPPORT THEMSELVES and Actual Money in which students a keep the books and balance cash. Speelal accommodations for ladies. Personal instruction. No misrepresentation to secure patronage. Graduates in general demand hrough their suoerir traling. GEO. SOULE & SONS. What Do. You Want In Fall Supplies? We have New Outings, Ginghams Cotton Suitings, Percales, all reduced in price. Beautiful Sweaters, Middy Ties-- just what the young school Miss has had her heart set on. Attractive Fall Silks; Wool Serge also. Look thru our goods before buy. ing your fall supplies. We are con fident we can suit your style and save you money. Love Brothers, Inc.