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Our Prices Ar'Right JfUM .. , ....PA.a L T OL O1" .... DBTRIOT gV-R, OARD OFFICIAL JOURNAL QP MADISON PARISH SCHOOL BOARD OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE VILIAGE O~ TALLULAII ',DUNTREE, Publisher ALLULAH, MADISON PARISH. LOUISIANA. SATURDAY, FEB. 12, 1921. NEW SERIES, VOLI'ME 9, NO. 15. ItS 51VUT TION SYSTEMS E TOURS PIVE STATES "ARCH OF LAWS TO COPY HERE. $;HALL BE UNIFORM and Authority Given To To impose and O l seome in the Man Wr Provided. -The taxation system --MlYneUota, Wisconsin, Virginia and North expected to furnlsi the the Loudlana TaxationmP report to the Constitndl . A committee from the Commissio,. composed of T. J. W. A. Jeter and H. B. :Maw ae maingM a tour of Ia L the states named, sad the commiossin ultimate its recommendatli ti the committe's shaes were selected be have what awy tax re seasMer the latest models i of eamatltuttoal pvridos has a classifed propert7 i.'r claimend, is workl State, having bee in ope 1i, when the comstits - ed. The MUnesota ae clma ed popert3 of taxation small ev uspeasded or contrae . m s shal be uamorm SO S elss of subjects, sad and oeilected for publt had the etect of placdla ad*Ialatrative fsatures a preperty tax system fa t iL lstu , sd th e qbages as coadltitsm danse in the Wisoaosh s eves mere elastic thau prerishs. as the follow he Wioometla organic ls of taduea sh ll be "ai bacsb shall be levied nso a the LeSislatue shd peslw may also be p-w privilegs sad oe-Mps tae ry he raduat .s aiameett aolyt to n oytom i . -pe-. da, s Mw am.*a - l, is i i th d the the Thir Tha roe" seioU n that nele. -tarsem has ben bt to Patteram. Cft arb restve~d here Ii fas bueas fur ue ti as b aeb rut oneer ins m s -Nso M amiut usei& S peelin hinte reesdj in work nladpendent a a cha r g aem t e hasss itee am rin;- id eat am a aserqtary ai tra ts to the tl4 *rge of Iof. h ~mm sem winl mak4 beh eys or tie t hethe Ibega r a anames ao rIaM Um~k t~ 0. ts·l~WBuM ~t-fL~u WG~ Iota.-The lots rice mill has closed down, due to the stagnant market. Warehouses are filled with roush ice with little or no sales for. dean. Iota.-Road rading and plowing of lands for the year's crop have been prosressing rapidly during the past few days of dry wteathr. Jackson.-The Jackson (ravel Com peny has completedthe trestle that was damaged by the recent floods and is again shipping gravel Natchitoches.-Tle Padsh Board of Equalisation has organised, with V. G. Hyams as chairman, Arnold Sompayr rac vice chairman, and Robert J. PhS. lips secretary. SJelson.-The McCormick interests have renewed a number of leases on their 13,000 acres of supposed oil land around here and will begin drilling within 80 days for oil. Natchitaches.-The'Inn Hotel was badly damaged by fire which origi nated in the attic. The water also did much damage. especially to the second floor. The building is owned by Dr. J. 8. Stephens. Napoleoaville.-Wlth the favorable L w pther of the past two weeks plant h- ers have been busily engaged with d cane plantin. and many of them are e throegh. Seea case Is pronounced e generally good sad sound. SlShrevepqrt.-According to a me sage received by Mayor Ford Satur day, Mrs. Frances O. Allen has at ranged for four concerts to be given at the Coliseum during March and April. 7 Natchitochee-While a number, of s students have be slightly Inldispse D- from having boeo vaceinated, mall Spox seems to have died out with one a case which developed at the Normal 7 after the holiays. , aiee.--The smokmhouse of C. 'q Strend, In West hasice, burned and 0 p pounds of savry sausage wert up in Ssmok Cared hams, fresh pork hams, spaeeribs, homemade lard, and other delUclous orouplne proedts all were aerified too he flams. I8hlbodeau-The special perform es givea for the benefit of the starr Stals wropeas chdre yielded $61.11. No regular admision fee was charged, but a receptacle was proev4ed, where la h the public deposited seh sums as a they felt anclned to give. SNatcltechg.-A petabt* trassaco ton in the elerk's office w# the con . ceultion of a 4.WOeod aorotgage. The SmeartsM, w. hild by th Colosial True .Ogq y Wsanst the Arkansas Goas paanya o R In NatoiE toees parish ad ot , plee. SPla aemine.-Cre at Agricultural SCab No. 3u , with tihe elp of me pas lin agesn, Mrs. KI& and H. Leameps, s. held a meeting for tie purpose of ait t ling their workt for the omnig year. a. Marie Lese and Harold mor wepe is elected as as zeeutive ommirrtee. SPlae -M ayor Pse Tea AI bert Caflai has had a wes aof libe ri n b the past week cleaning sut tes sa patting the tows in fsr els shape. The streets e being rade with mre gravel, a ee z culverts are being talled under soeum ,t the prian a streets. Is Pepeer-T'he first quarteory con erene of the Oak Grove Croet of the m3e4 DiMetr . Louts ara Con r meese fr as Methodist Upesopal e Caprto, South, ma held in the new al brius cha edifn Jet oesome at SOak O rone, ith ev. w .L. odese., *& -ir prerwdn ele r,* thl-yr. iherweed.-W1th the uery s a stoo. a na n sa t o. the t epr -n , h eay * t amsat as that were if el md o There to evi. te dete t s to ar aW lapo trs th- meason.. art etehttrO hat tae potoerap h- e Swir aor a.,W.m# I Sei s l 'Pe0 i porm" bk& bees e leed the 'rum or wai t rtoe r prm Nermae asd' sth1wet tompea s tm e ar tree yal. d t lW lt * alree ed. thket sue ody on te a spirit of ai rnss at e He tl a vry, hg o east tita'l u estes~dah team wile va atinr i· Rege,-Afatp nIrtiets o Leg Sis tomgetherehAprf . Due to the a tact t O ss Co srmoes a wiB be ssmeles sat t ltrtIt Ic are being made to sberve sums ser the delegates to the laker emsvestiun. Ba Gef mpers in esueeted to. di I e sameant at the meItntg. L Hanieer.gh- Agent Mesiedt he a etrenlar letter tohe ftarse, utabm that he ham seesrse a me r hr straw sad can hussein M N r Je L o. ahipping point a lv e a *Im*s**** nmeatr p-akis k bei ag tirst weorn l- tge assa h als tsr set a eh r ewas SPresto! I1 HO :;Niot 4 FROMISrS' lUft ARKANSAS SEINATOR URGES BEm TER CARE iOR INCAPAGL TATED VSTERANS. Washlagtrw. -- ~iy relief for die abed soliers and ikors who have been suertag for 1ak of adequate hospital facilities wi premised in the Senate. S8entor Smoot o Otab announced that -the Seaate Agttgriatloas Com mittee would recommiel an appropria tion of $12,600,000 fur the constractlor of Ave new hospital sad an addition al $6.000,000 for the igrovement ane enlargement of hoitlWs already e tablished. The senator made thi statement at ter emaster -Robins. Of Arkansau Democrat, had a a med meat carrying $3.00e or hspita purposes. Senator Bdet deplpre that the Pabflq Hdealth ~viee woule not be able to use M$30Ai0 this yea and said there Fwas na eea for as prepriating aM"b. matYq than coic be appropdlatey spent, Senator As~rt of Afena, Deest erat, vigoroqsy 4ppheia the locatlo of one of the propos aw hospital in the Geat Lakes reek, a propes ed n the Lang;r hy L Senator Roblaeon segdr the Wa Departmet tor feiig ts tourn ese certain military ,ets the Poubl Health servloe*to p aepital t dletes for aick ppd ralderr. Dealing speuMlelly ith 1ort sea H. RooBets in his own tp, ,Seanto Robies aslid that the seeautry a war bad de'lined to perb a this fort t be aaed temporarily to aeemmodat salok and ahermg sadse.ls; geing a obe of the reasue that e dh.cere quarters at port pleet was aneed to the s*of a aes ad it weld resur coalderasli roeoing is order t adapt them to hospital ass. At th %ame time enator nebuman said the Camp PIke, whlich was cne at han and which had aeommo+tted 4W, es wSith tbher oceers at the time a the war. was now alet " uoeecpied, iorce of from 3,1 to 7,00$ Sen bem established there. He coasteanded I was utterly absurd and indeltaible . wrkuso the as of lor BRsas on tb plea pLhe by the seeretary when ther were any number of unused bul4lng ing idle at Camp Pike. y Itali Blimp. Whrngtom-Pakehase of the Tin itas "biW arinhIp Roa, believed I be the largest ailn-rigid aircraft the world tor` n zmasely $3IQI wes announMst ba the War Deper mert" It prosa il eat $~-a.s1, to d Mlpea th e tip, the stateme sait The ome a4i 10 tbat ieg an has as ethimated ad dia lW ensa Ships Ar Met Waste. ed is James River O Camp Luds havin bn i seat te.e in the last t maoths by the *plng board beep. ae, wanted tem. hower and fuo or Americas sMiap are atrtitag thi part and hundred of seammn are i -ms .to.ft wrk. tee of the s *f p *fAw twao gait a t ' ,o Premier A @ saM V oei n 6 states and Pa - -_leem . - --u .... C.. ** * aer PERSHIN- AGAINST UNPREPARDNESS WARNS.AGAINST FOSTERING N. TIONAL, SPIlIT OF PACIFISM AhD UNPREIAREDNE88. Washlngton. - Conress discussed dlsarmamse but went ahead with con sideration of large appropriations for the army and nary and received the views at President-elect Harding on the future military policy. Chairman Kahn qf the Military Committee told the Honusin debate on the annual military apprprlition bill that he had been Informed by Mr. Harding at a recent conference at Ma rica that the president-elect favored a regular army of 175,000 men for the preent and also legislation providing for the voluntary military training of 150.000 men annually. Before the House 'met Its Naval Committee reeolved from General Pershing a warning against fostering a national spirit of paclflsm and a preparedness. rlThl warning tempered the general's approval of a world di armament conference and was accom pealed by a declaration that upll all the world powers had agreed on a die armamment polcy t would be "unwise and unsafe" for the United States to discontinue earrylug t its army and naval pollies. Precediag debate as the army Mb, the House received from the Appro priatloas Committee the anual naval bill with ts provisions fbr contiaulna wor han 17 superdreadnougats and battle cruisers and other craft. Sens tor Gerry of Rhode Island, a Democrat le member of the Naval mmt, broke into the tarif debate to e1_ie SSenator .Borahs resolution to hall 'work on these sipe for six moaths Swhlq eaperts decide what type 0 eraai Is the beset is the lght of leasmees learned from the u'Wd war. The Rhode Islat senator, deryla Sthat the war ad deonstrated thas I the battleship h#s no longer the ita unit of the Set, daeierrea that 11 would be essential for this couatr In any fusture war. Compari ag the Irelative strength at the Aneflica SBritish nd Japanese Savi~e the sanI ,or said he could understand why the might be propaganda by the. Brtide agatst the conetrueton of majo, I Ships, intimating that it would be 't their advantage to discourage thl canltruction ot such craft by other as tiers whoes aval strength was 4 - pela their ewn. Strike In Argentina. SensUs Airee.-.Leaders of the an edmraed railroad workers' uni.s ) bae postponed the "Wk by rule' 1 stri sad will take a vote of the mes I bership upon the questionr calling Scomplete strike it grievinces hd be tie varloe compealds are not satle fopiily adjusted by Twbruary T. W 0W Fly Ares U. S. San Autanis Te.-Orders tIssued a headquarbers a the lhth corpse Unit ad sta Army' , althorise a tranUsc tIental air trip frem Pablo Beach Via.. to Pan Dso, Cal, by LUeut Ala eader Pearsn qf Deuglas. Aris. The ight wil be made n a single day Peauary lq, accordig to plans. Heuseton areujeg Fast. washlsbm.--tbh nesre popule-_ of Hoseton, Tel., it 1820 was r , an Increase at 014. or 41.4 per ent a compared with 1010. The white page Slation w_ e 10~I, an tnero se a 4,ol e .r U peIr eat, Id aD oihr Pa at valperais. I Valpare Chie. - Seven bttle w sIp ae 1a3 deetrojUer at the Uatted r States Paieo bIeet have arrived : :t biaer bare S d~mer, U-er- . Vsictor J e (- ean her diser, Viierle, 11 I wea baur e deh here nla bar I s ,sollaowe eaplmen at a usm was hidlnWs a ee. M New Yg - Yhe# .4s ge a. ee CSa albsu amhem a twern HOUSE PASSES TWO REUEF MEASURES SOLDIER HOSPITAL BILL AND ROAD APPROPRIATION ARE PASSED QUICKLY. NEW HOSPITALS PROVIDED Senate IF/uses To Specify the Loca tion of 'the Five New Hospitals, Leaving Selection of Sites To Discretion of President. Washington.-Two big relief meas ures were put through the House in a hurry, and a third was beaten by a slight margin. Called up under suspension of rules, a proceeding which required a two thirds vote on passage, the $13,000, 00 soldier hospital bill was passed oy a rising vote, and the $100,000,000 road fund appropriation won with votes to spare. The big upset of the day was the defeat of the Winslow bill to permit partial payments to railroads under the guaranty section of the transpor tation act. Backed almost solidly by Republicans, it was killed because two members did not shout answers when their names were called. Democrats lined up almost as a unit against the measure and criticis ed the Republicans for attempting to 'ush it through with debate limited and no opportunity for amendment. The defeat of the Winslow bill, how ever, was only temporary, for after failing to receive the necessary two thirds vote the House Rule Commit tee reported a rule which provides for its considprtaon immediately after the iuse covenes againta. The vote today was 220 to.111, which lineanp, I malhtained, easily will give the mess are te aimple authority that thea only will be needed. The Snasti adopted an amendment to the sundry, civil bill appropriating $12,50000 for live nw hospitals and $,100,000 for the enlargement and imprypement of existing hospitals. An amendment by Sepator Robinson of Arkansas, d rat,. t anthorise the Public Halth mice enter ia_ ad ditional contracts up to $12,500,000, making a total outlay of 81,10000. was defeated;, to 76. The House, by . aanimous 4ote, psiied a bill arryiag an .appropris tdos for $13,e,m tfoi additional bos pital, sad salrged facilities. Under the House bill riv new hospitals are to be located as follows: One in the Central Atlantic states, one In the le gion of the Great Lakes, one in the Central Southwestern states, one in the ocky Mountain states and nee an satber Califesiab The Senate refused to speray lkao dons for the propose hospitals, !a tag the selection th site to the disetion of the esident Taris $ Sietrahekd. Waaingaten.-The tarif bI was put uaie tempoa to make way or Imadsite dispositi e of tim msadr clvi appropreation blt, so Hose eem nttees would have more timeo t at an ameadments which they antlpat. ed would be added by the Senat. Trel Hits L eimetive. Macsm. oa.°-eeAr W C. Pir sell ad 3ulraes T. W. Van of this city were esriomlb ilnared when a naothbeend Geolr, Sfouthes & 1ar ida freight tral crashed ate a tlo motive tat ws swtthans ta the yards at Ashmrn daring faee Ag. Seeme"r ia Stre ed. attas,. N. C.-The foare astu d sehooner, George W. 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