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%chIOI Itua'i . . ti, goe Year.· tree 3olofth ·· jjsgle Copi · · · · · · · anmklinton, La., ; i-oZL Roar 1-~ (Co:tin LT, Burh!'li , . , Craie &~ Ailii: & v..DOnd & i On mfutln il K! i ohnYo doly seconrldd b . A 1uite, and carried, t I : ain Cm ,mittee was CPl i iand wnthor. 4ed and instniewo a . cusiderit: the Wdseubmitte'l ;') )v rind to awairdi cotract.-±. L 2 O.' iOini, *. A, Moore, Geo. C, l nigiht and D. 11. 8triagfield. On uotionl (liy LV ' nddeti and iarriedan iepl'rpvni;ti fn it ,tiiA.U ,: lhereby made iur t:he purise of, blping to inet tiee XIclSC uiof Olub meWber+:s u attend1 the 3Short Course at Iaitin lHougu this jammer. On motion dt :Uinided and prmied, the \;ir'ldo Buoiding Committee svis authl;ri 'td iand in itructed to move the old ýchliol building across the street to the yaoant lot in front of said build aogand after the new buildiiing ha been cowpleted to sell the old building to the highest bidder, The said building Committee is further instruct.ed and authorized topurohase to..e U3uver place for tesohers hove, The,Board adjourned to meet July 8, 1921. F. B. Bateman, President. D. ii. Stringfield, Secretary, Frankhnton, La, July 8, 1921. On the above date the Waghing. I Parish School Board met in 3l lar session with the follawing' tmbers in attendance: D. \Wal te, 0. E. Morris, F. B. Bateman, ,iTRichardson, J. K. Johnson, 0o0 C. Knight, and J. A. Moore. The meeting was called to order President Bateman and led in r by Mr. Geo. C. Knight. ' motion of J. K. Johnson, seconded and carried, con tor for the Varnado and Adim's Creek school buildings ml give personal surety bonds itea aount of fifty per cent of ntract price in cash, or sat ry mortgage on property, furnish bond from Bonding pany authorized to do busi iC this State, At, the 'request had been for the 1iller's Cieek and ba' Creek schools to be consoli . The parties making the tfest were asked to have peti Mhigned by all of thg patrons ~ these schools. Said petition ing for the consolidation, U motion duly seconded and car. d, F. B. Bateman and D. 11. igfield were appointed as a limlmittee authorized and iinstruc AtoZlke such action as is deem. Lfor the beet interest of the com. aIi~ty after the petition has been ilaed by the patrons of M1iller's hkand Asa's Creek achools, O motion duly seconded and 4 Spring Hill School Dis SNo. 11 is hereby created and as follows: Bi~eirning at the southwest cor o~seotion 17-311, thence east houtheast corner of said thence south to the south eorner of section 21-3.11, east to the southeast cor ~oI seotion 22-3.11, thence to the northeast corner of 15.3-11, thence east one pie, thence north through a 11 and 2 to the north side 2.3.11, thence west to a ore the east line of Head. y 9 intersects line bo*· ,. c!. io ofi U .E.M o ri. n l} . J A r 1&: if: i ' c - i; Ix'_t t11 ii; ., . , l . Jonon . T.1 adI n II. trigled w s a poited 1 I, leasti to tii.e ;,a Ho ia chut buildein of In I or, ndt 'tke ouf tchierl .3 . I ti Cii'W ;l t tir the SbUtliti.st eineret uf SEtiot utled bh y J A, :\llývina S el carried. 1 Cc'iunI'llI L,:e- c .:a p e t J 1 n1. tiin tiheid `x Oish a W hi n g -t ' nvf euittii;g tte i a SCqudi' uiliectn.,r1 ! f t i si d , andbl tI. tak! ilUvi ac1.~t I as id c' iee trio be t he js t i o in tee t of t i t e r iia ta x [ I a\ -e tun is t.0 'j, Nor ., 1)in the purpie of prVasiingd ton, Louisiana, tot the purOscho of Uo~tiniting to thle qua!ilief! elector` of the d aidol chtol iCt. I triot the tl~ocstion of the leiy ` .f a'1t special taxN of three: Winls (,.1u)I)) for the p~urpose of providing ad: ditiei at aid to the publdic school of the said s choo l d i strict. S c i n I e i ºd~i fd b Section 1. Be it ordained by the Washington Parish Scholl Board of Washington Parish, Louisiana, that a special election be, and is hereby, ord-red to be held in Ravina Schuul IDibtrict No. 10, in the paiishll of WVash- I ington, .Louisiaia, on the 3Uth' Uay of Auigust, 1921, for the pjuir pose of suoomitting to the j ua;ifi ad electors of the said shioul dis- 1 trict entitled to Vito tuereat the question of the levy of a epeciai tax of three mills ('.O03) on the dollar of all property in the said school district subject to State taxation, for a period of three years, the proceeds of the said tax to be used in giving addition al aid to the public schools of the said school district, Section 2, Be it further ordain ed, ett,, that the ballots to be I used at the said election shall be prepared by the secretary of the t Parish School Hoard and shall be in the following form: * BALLOT. Vropositiuii to Icxvy a : three miils ($. O:U special : i tax on all the propeirty sub ; ject to taxation in lfavian : ; cbhool Distrtict No. 10, P Parish ot Washington, : Yes Louisiana, annualy, icr a ;... : period ot three y irs, for : thre lpurpose of giving ad ;ditional aid to the public i bcho'js of the said school Sdistrict. : No Taxable valuation, 8.. Signature of voter.,............ Sigiature of toter's agent castiiig ballot by proxy............... Notice to Voters.-To vote in favor of the proposition submit. ted on this ballot, place, a cross (X) in the square after the word "yes'' and to vote against it, place a similar mark after the word "No," Section 3,' Be it further ordain ed, etc., that the secretary of the Parish School Board be, and he is hereby ordered to cause to be prepared for use at~he said elec tion the tally sheets, lists of qual ified electors, essessed valuation of property, blank statement for Sthe compilation vote,' in number f and amount, and other election , blanks that may be' required for 3 the purpose of hplding the said j election, to cause the sanme to be , placed in the ballot box for use - at the precinct, and to make pro. , vision for the transmission of the h Sthe proclam tion: to du· publ..is. I: I ,d l l ;; I Cw. t 'l: f't ', 1 ;1 li' H a t · . i' I r' .('1C "ý ti i 7. re it fu tdher ,. "H li n-i ti~ialalitlai~ll t'! he ci !y publish. 1 Ld,a ,'tC)(ln to law, i-eetiito 7.Bi it fut til!'r tt,!ifltri Ld, etc,, that the Git rcial election i hit'rein anid hret pr Ivided for S Thall he licid ain t'idiii'ted and the returins thio \if biIil be made t In' the p)i't [ ict iai i Act 21t l lobU and wuntn ellint thereof, I .1 s1; ch oui ther li ws s s may b `ti (On mltioln uil) orcllded and " r'.tri d the aborve ht'!tiiiu anxce was tl Unmto uysaddand i irt d 'resid'2nt 1;I teinani was t1 ti.i i ri'z.r and inr-trudt'et to ap. p 'i a !mminiitt'e for the pilrpose oit cn Iieiing the rIIUest of)t some b 4f the po u ti ofi the tSouth W\est L schutui 11i an addi1tio to lt' marde V to the P:ittil building said coin- p InmittLee W: auth -ri. d td i truct. it ed to take bue h action 11 they may d consider to he for the best inter-a est of this schooul. President it Gateman named the following d committee for the South W\Vest tl school: D. Wallace, G, W. Knight and D. I. Stringield, tl On motion duly seconded and E carried ail bills Inr school sup. L plie , etC., whitJi I'eive been pro1 It perly (it'cidd atti hlaited were I riduered paid. I Ite:-ulutio luur Loan. L Whereas, the Washiningn Par-.r i'lh (ehool Board of 11 aviint n t Parish, Louisian a, is without suf. tt ucient funds to carx'y on the pub. I lic schools of the Parish for the t balance of the year 1921, for the t reason that the taxes for the cur- o rent year have not been collected, U and it is therefore necessary for f said school expense until the taxes assessed for that purpose are i collected. [ Therefore, bo it resolved by the d Washington Parish School Board of Washington Parish, Louisiana, e that this Board borrow from the L Washington Bank and Trust Com· r pany, of Franklinton, La, the sum I of 8~2,000.00 dollars, or so1 much, i thereof as may be necessary pay. able on or before January 10, 1922, and that this Board do exe cute and~deliver to the said Wash. ington Bank and Trust Company of Franklinton, La. its certificate or certificates, of indebtedness for said amount or so much thereof ae may be necessary, said certifi cates to bear interest at the rate of five per cent per annum from Late until paid, a~nd sail loan to ; paid out of the funds to be collect. I ed for the year 1921, as soon as same are collected or from any other sources of revenue received from or by this Board, Be it further resolved that said ( loan made be negotiated in install. * ments and evidedced by one or more certificates to be executed by a the President and Secretary of this Board in such amount and at a such times as the funds may be needed; provided that the certifi cates issued therein shall not et* ceed the sum of Twenty-five I Thousand ($25,000.00) [)ollars in olusive. of interest. I, D. H. Stringfield, Secretrry 1 of the Washington Parish School Board, do hereby certify that the above and foregeing is a true and correct copy of a resolution passed by Washington Parish . School 1Board on tbs 8 h da of Jul v YThev . nock-Out tim T' is L:t'1 tom mlaria iaval! forms by the chamnpion of all fever fighters,0XI. DIN.E . Itivankoffas;iel assfnnýi :tonesupthesy s tlemndputsrichredblood into th: ~is. ~he finrt hind of a nloic for the whole fami ly--fromthechil dren up. Good fr :uluiia, li.ousness, Constipation, Lack of Appetite. VIET% LLB AND FEVER It's Guaranteed: your druggist will refund your money if you'll take back the empty Sbottles and can truly say you've had no benefit from it. Hundredsof testimonials -_ý - ;ýý.. from all over. the malarial belt.- Sold at all drug stores for 60 cents. Made by t'The Behrens Drug Co., Waco,Tex. "ý" - ...ý.. .. : 1'TL!/!!ý"G]G:-T . ~j7 A :.R Y'--r- c:17n ·z_`wla 1921, F. 13. Bateman, IPr sident,. D. 11, Stringfield Secr tary. IIn !iotionl of J, K. Joson seconded by U. W. Nnlght, alnl /carried, a commiittee comp :'!.ed of the Board meminbers froo the eerc end, third, seventh ns:i ttith I worlds and the Superin Lde:t wias appointed and auLhoriniid and in structed to determine the amount of money to be used on each of the several transfers op-roted last sesNion and to determine the route over which the transfers are to run and to award the contracts. AN ORDINANCE, Ordering a special election to be held in Spring Hill School District No, 11, in the Parish cf Washington, Louisiana, for the purpose of subiit ting to the quail. ified electors of the said school district the question of the levy of a sp;ciai tax of three wills (8 003) for the puripose of providing ad ditional aid to the public school of the said schoolU district. Section 1. Be it ordained by the Washington Parish School Board of Washington Parish, La., that a special election be, and is hereby ordered to be lheg in Spring Hill bdiool District No. 11, In the Parish of \Vashingtoun, Louisiana, on the PiB kIt day of August, 1921., for the piirl.e o'0 ubtunlittin' to the jmuilified rite tors of the said school edistrict en titled to vote thereat the ques tion of the levy of a special tax of three mills (.003) on the dollar of all property in the said school t district subject to State taxation, for a period of five years, the proceeds of the said tax tto be ustid in giving additional aid to the public schools of the said school distriot, Section 2. Be it further ordain ed, etc., that the ballots to be used at the said election shall be prepared by the secretary of the Parish School Board and shall be in the following form. BALLOT. Proposition to levy a three mills (8.00U8 special tax on all the property sub ject to taxation in Spring fHill School District No. 11, "Parinsh of Washington, :Yes Louisiana, annually, for a...... period of five years, for the purpose of giviiig ad ditional aid to the public i'chools of the said school :I district. N Taxable valuation, I. . ,. Signature of voter Signature of voter's agent cajting ballot by proxy.............. Notice to Voters.-To vote in favor of the proposition submit ted on this ballot, place a crose (X) in the square after the word "Yes" and to vote against it, place a similar mark after the word "No." Section 3. Be it further ordain. ed, etc., that the secretary of the Parish school Board be, and he is hereby ordered to cause to be prepared for use at the said elec tion the talley stieets, lists of qual. ified electors, assessed valuation of property, blank statement for the compilation of the vote, in number and amount and other election blanks that may be reb quired for the purpose of holding I the said election, to cause the same to be placed in the ballot box for use aMthe prsoiuot, and ,e*,i~ ,,,,.,..***.* ***,.., In Which Case Do You : Save Money? At Bill Jones' Store: Jake Stofiennrman's: At the Guaranteed Store: * Sugar.. .. . 5 lb. Sugar.... ...ýc lb. Sugar.......7c lb. Rice, ... .. s lh Rice..........5c lb. Rice.. ....... ic lb. Coffee 1c lb. Coffee ......12c lb. Coffee ..... .e lb. SBacon .,,. 2"5 lb. Pacon.......17c lb. Bacon.... ..20c lb. Flour, ... .l12.00 bbl. Flour..$..$11.00 bbl. Flour.$...$10.00 bbl. Shoes.... 6.25 pr. Shoes.... 4.75 pr. Shoes.... 2.75 pr. S819.41 016.17 13.1' Study your want list and figure what you Sare saving if the long run by buying ypur Shome supplies at "The Guaranteed Store." SWe can't live on sugar at 5c and rice at 3c * alone; it's the other articles In the general * line that count up money. We are trying 9 Sto make your complete home furnishing bill figure up at the very lowest cost to you. j Mrs.W.E. Bickham. : .*** *,* ,********* **** **** EAGLE"MIKADO" Pencil No.174 For Sale at your Dealer Made in five grades ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND EACGLE MIKADO EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK to make provision for the trans. mission of the ballot box to the o precinct of the sohool district at a which the election is to be held. u 8 Me 4. He it further ordain. a ed, ic., that the polling place S for the said election shall be Spring Hilll Precinct, and the fol- ii lowing three commissioners and 1 clerk of election are appointed: H. J. Penton, L, E. Jenkins, M. I M. Magee, Joel Magee, all of whom shall serve without com pensation, C Section 5. Be it further ordain- v ed, etc., that the Parish School $ Board shall meet at 10:00 o'clock a A. M., on the 31st ldayof August, I 1921, for .the purpose, in open i session of examining aund count ing the ballots, canvassing the returns and declaring the result of the said eIctioni. Section 6. Be it further ordain. ed, etc., that the President of the Parisih School Board be, and he is hereby instructed to give pub lic notice of the said election by proclamation to be duly published according to law, Section 7. Be it further or. dained, etc., that the special elec tion hereiu and hereby provided for shall be made under the pro. visions of Act 256 of 1910 and Iamendments thereof, and such other laws as may be applicable. On motion duly seconded and carried the above ordinance was adopted. On motion duly seconded and carried, Mr. J. A. Moore was authorized and instructed to pur chase at the expense of the Board ,1600 feetof lumber, or as much of 9this amount as might be needed t for construotifg a foot way for i the State LIne school On motion duly seconded and carried, the Secretary is hereby authurized to hold over to the reg ular quarterly meetings all bills submitted for payment by the School Board, The Board adjourned to meet in special session on Augus 31, 1921. F. B. Bateman, President. D. H. Stringflield Secretary. Bargains! Bargains! Bargains! One and two horse second hand wagons and second hand buggies, $25,00 up. Specially low prices on new buggies and wagons. Don't buy until you get my prices if you want to save money. SC. S. E. Babington. New Orleans Great Northern R. R. DAILY SERVICE Between Franklinton, La. and New Orleans, La, Bogalusa, La., Jackson, Miss. Columbia, Miss. Tylertown, Miss. Folsom, La. PASSENGER SC1EDULE North Bound South Bound DAILY EXCEPT SUNnAY No. 32-10:40 a. m. No. 31-2:25 p. m. No. 34-7:55 p. m. No. 33-5:25 a. m. SUNDAY ONLy No. 86-11:05 a. m. No. 35-4:05 p.m, No. 34- 9:25p. m. No. 83-6:556 a. m. For further information apply to Ticket Agent, or M. J. MOMAHoN, Trafle Manager, New Orleans, La. G. B. AvauTIN A. G. P. A. Q is ney~l ts,