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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 1 December 1910

l Journal 6f Washlngt Patis and the Tows of Franklinton. ME 1. AOSN"" EV"T" IZAV" FRANKLINTON, LA. TftJmSD , DE., 1910. In qf Only the N l Wit' ness Conn s Hung Last Frida thin the Walls of t te Peni. temtary. The Identity of tte Hang Inmaq Was Kno Only to Those in Authority ibut it is Believed that Deputy Sherl (eorge Smith of Wainertown Sprung the Trap, This atfer at 1 o'clock Hagh Connefly, egro, 26 years ,of age, was. e> uted for the l der of Ed. Pierce, deputy rff of W ington Parish, hm e shots t 17. i onerly dro to his death ' tfl made within t walls jof be State Peni Sary) is the first exe. it" the Bord of anmtrol Sgp uied by the act of 1910. -t fot r the next month the boa.rd wallbe kept busy with an.ugO·"e is soheduleh for Nextt Friday: This was to have iteen a. rt~ e hanging, but one .jof the  es died. On Dec. NI4, adonbledezeoutt ils to take "c, lethe foltowin Friday re =, , wital nitentii oDda.9 and )iacnd solitary nfnement. He con. isre to Chaplain John,. He aid...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 1 December 1910

hte Cra eaber. Published Weekly by LEADEB PUBLISHING CO., LTD. J. VOL BROCK, " " - Editor. -4pLered as second class matter April i, 191W 4 fe post office at Franklinton, Ia.. jndei Lhe, Act of Congress at M1arub 3, 1579. Advertising Rates on Application ;Address all Communications to Era-Leader, Franklinton, La. -dvertisements and subscriptions will be continued at regular rates un tl all past indebtedness is paid up. (SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 A YEAR. nk t-------- L., De ----. 1, 19--- iCfrn,lllntn , IC., Iue. 1, 1910 HO GS What means ihis tainted smell we drive about over the coun y? It seems to betray that Mr. Porker is not receiving as much attention as is due him. A few good pigs will bring the price of a bale cotton; yet, it is generally expected that a ple seep well and grow without physic and without food. Both of these are generally necessarY. Food, when given to :a healthy pig, gives better re 'turns than when given to any other animal. Why not keep him healthy? This can easil...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 1 December 1910

SMiscelanous bed Local and For Sale Ads.. Lost Notices and All Miscellaneus Matter. ( NOTICl.-1 am uaplying for pardon. - Oscar Wilson. For stove wo!)rd, oak and pine, rinlg no. 27. Swan Brand Hats are best. b See Lonnergan. Thi Dwelling louses for rent. See T. B. Erwin & Son Ltd. onC Lonnergan has just received a new line of gent's clothbing tx We sell wood by the cord, not by the load and give full measu re. J Ring no. 27. to . ee Shoe display in L onner gC's windows. l -Goldens new model cane mills Wa atd evapprators sold by us at *2 ldwest cash prices. T. B. Erwin & Son Ltd. I Just pbhone your order to no. 274or any kind of wood and you wIl get it promptly. r NOTICE-No hunting on landsu of NW- McCain; under penalty W4 the law. pr an ;FOR SALE: Go~d strong, cab, plants. Louis MILTER,, .2 'bles northeast of Frank 1- - All persons are warn ndi to trade for a certain W, e for $25.00 signed by T. EH At a~n favor of Scott Morgan, ed October- t9, 1910, and awn on Bank of Frankl...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 1 December 1910

H. H. Smith Vs. Geo. Sam. T 25th judicial District Court State of aI Louisiana Parish of Washington. is Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a writ of Fleri Facias issued out of the above named court in the matter of H. H. Smith versus tb Geo. Sam, dated 5th day of November Il 1910 and to me directed for execution, P I have seized and will offer for sale s and sell to the last and highest bidder a at the principal front door of the courti house at Franklinton, La., on Saturday, December 22nd, 1910 f between legal sale hours for Judicial Sales the following described proper ty to-wit: 41 acaes of land in the Willis Head Right, bonnd N. by lands of Batson, W. by lands of Geo. Sam, Sr., E. by lands of Caroline Monday. S. by lands of W. W. Seal. Terms of sale: Cash with benefit of appraisement. This 24th day of Nov. i 1910. JOE N, MAGEE, SHERIFF. 4- W. N. Miller & Son Vs. Ben S. Fortinberry. 28th Judicial District Court of La Parish of Washington. By virtue of an order of seizur...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 15 December 1910

.t 3. 7/ r, Official Journal of Washington Parl d the Town of Franklinton. OLU ME I* WAUEXCWO L3AD .so=e FRANKLINTON, LA., THU AY, DE. 1, 1910. VOLUM 1. ^g nsR CORN CLUB Stj The Boys Corn Club has grown so large until it is unprofitable and impractical to continue it on the old plan. To do so would ren der ,it unmanageable, and the LOU1 boys would not get the benefit it they should. Following plan will be followed Calla next year:. (1) Boys who attend 1Oc school during this session, and V are between 10 and 18 years old will be elligible. (2) Each boy muost furnish his own seed corn which he may get anywhere he Nine pleases, and must plant not less than an acre measured. (8) From plhating to laying by each boy must do his own work, and keep Wa an exact record of all labor, fer tiliners, manures, etc., employed dein d in making crop. (4) Each mem Po boer in order to beelligible to oon- her of test for prises must exhibit ten SUbSet ears or more at the exhibit next fall, and furnish r...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 15 December 1910

Tbe era=L'eaber. Publis~hed Weekly by LEADER PUt'LISINr; (:C)., LTri. J. VOL BROCK, - - - Editor. El ter(I'F sc nO'l I .l Ilittcr Apri 5, 19111 SLthe Ipost 4o)lce at I. n,:fl;,intuon, La., under Lhe Act of (Cungres o: Ao1n, '1:. i4;9. Adv*ertising Rati, (n .\l)!,pication Address all (ommnunications to -Era-Leader, Franklinton, La. Advertisfenents and subscriptions will be continued at regular rates un til all past indebtedness is paid up. SUIBSCRII'TION $1.00 A YEAlt. Franklinton, La., Dec., 15 1910 Pork "Production The Delta Station of Missis sippi netted 8803 on 122 pigs, the the product of ten sows, marketed at an ovyrage of ten months. Prof. .. W. Fox says this relative to pasture: Our pasture rotation, which furnishes graxing all the year, consists first of a Bermuda lot, in which the houses are located, and which contains shads and water. If a mixture of burr and white clover is sown on the sod in the fall, this part of the pasture will be greatly improved. Opening from thi...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 15 December 1910

Miscolaneoul Local and Por Sale lds., Lost Notices and All Miscellaneous Matter. For stove wood, oak and pine, ring po. 27. Swan Brand Bats are best,. See 'tonnergan. Lonnergan has just received a pew line of gent's clothing. We; sell wood by the cord, not by the load and give full measure. ~Ring ;no. 27. SSee Shoe display in Lonner gan's, windows. Goldens new model cane mills and qvaporators sold by us at lowest cash prices. T. B. Erwin & Son Ltd. Just phone your order to no. 27 fori any kind of wood and you will get it promptly. LOST, Threepromissory notes dated i, 26, 10, payable to the order of H. B. Howell & Co. Ltd. 1 note due in 30 days amount ing to $30.87 1 note due in 60 days amount ing to $80.57 1 note due in 90 days amount ing to $20.21 Bearing 8 per cent interest af ter maturity signed by T. B. Er win & Son Ltd. New notes ap plied for. H. B. Howell & Co. Ltd. FOB SALE.- Household goods, beds, eto. J. O. Oreenlaw. WANTED-To buy a In Jer say oow, not over...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 15 December 1910

1, iiU ýt II EXTERIOR VIEW OF THE LEADING STORE IN TOWN. 011 GRAND BLIIDAY SALEI SALE COMMENCING The People of Franklinton and Community are aware of the fact that we handle only first class merchandise. No CHEAP SHELF WORN goods bought to use as bates in this sale. Our entire stock is practically new and it is must go. Saturday, Dec. 18th, Lasting Through Dec. 24th Our Entire Stock Worth $25,000 is Offered at Greatly Reduced Prices. At Prices Never Known in the History of Franllinton and Washington Parish. We Always Have an Over-flowing Crowd of People at Our Sales, so Make it a Point to Met Your Relatives and Friends at Our Store Durin This Sale, it Will be a Pleasure as well as Profit'ble. We will be Prepared to Take Care of A vance Purchases for ~ms Eve Night. Will Hive a Check Room Especially Prepared For This. One of the Most-Oo . iet "1an i ash.' ington Parish, including Tfidfings Ai But' ,tons of All kinds to Match . { On Account of Having 8mal Space We Can Only Mention ...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 5 January 1911

* 4e ... ·5· *dfl~r· 4 t ,· C r r N· Official Journal of Wa rish and' the Town of Franklinton. NWVOLUME I. ;~ ~,. , S FRANKLINTO ' THURSDAY, JAN. 59 1911.,UBR4 VIMOIS . AND HOXEY' GIVVES L:VES FOR GLORY "'The World's Two Greatest Aviators Gone to Their Last Reward Last Day of the lYear. John D. " Moisant and Arch I iozey, two of the worlds mqst ` -dlring aviators met with ,diastef tourdoy the last diy of the year i 1910. Both were i nly killed., Mpilant was making As prelimi- t nary flight in New Orleans pre- t paritory to. a light in whioh he t lamended to. compete. for the' t Sichelin cup prisze .e wale glding to the ground when he pyt oontrol of his Monoplane andl fell thirty feet to 'the ground 'aklng his naek. Rozey was I onig a flight in Los Angeles $. trying to break his own aorlds record for the highest tlde when he lost control of ~ machine and fell 563 feet to tie t round. His bdy was. hor- C .ibly mangled, nearly every bone big betaken, This paseqe way two of the 'wold...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 5 January 1911

Ibe tran.iabe. Published Weekl by LUADEI PUBtaUS Co., InD. J. VOL BROCK, . Editor. tatered as second la matter April 5. 1910 a lbe post omee at Frankliaton, La., uner 04e An of Coorers of Murch S, 189. Advertising Rates on Application ddress all Communtoations to EraI r Franklinton, La. Acv er nts and subscriptions will b eait asdat regular rates un til all p bbtedness is paid up. SUBSCf A f ON $1.00 A YEAR. P!ramilpdm, La., Jan. 5, 1911 ToFarmers Possibly every reader of the Era has read something of the i Short Course given for farmers at Baton Rouge January 8 to 21, j so this will. be only a last, re- , minder. Farmers who attend a will be furnished a place to sleep 4 at the Unlersity free; and can ( get meathere at five dollars t per wee Railroads are giving a Sreedi d for the occasion. The n e y expense of the( trip wil, iight. t But i Io? We might as.well I ask.whb ap progress in any. thing. e men who will lecture to the *ers are masters of C their sbjets. Men who go will ...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 5 January 1911

sau Pu sle Ma.. N.Wou.et stove wood, oak and pine, o. 27. SSan d Hats are best. Se6 nn igan wgan has just received a line of gent's clothing __ We sell wood by the cord, not Slos; soad give full hIeasure. T ,ain So:. (" de -mo:del cane mills 4 ;rorators sold by us at 'owest cash prices. ST. V Erwin & Son Ltd. p u ptbouee oue rder to no. 7: for any tlpc4e wood and you itUl get it promptly. I B !Threepromtssory notes t 261 10, ppayable to the ord o H. B. Howel ,& Co. Ltd. .1' t due'in 80.days amount 1 note due in 60 days amount at to $80.57 1 note due in 90 days amount *na too$20.21 - Bearing 8 per cent interest af t''  tarity sigdad by T. B. Br win & Son Ltd. New notes ape " L.  B. BHowell & Co. Ltd. . - SALE. -Household goods, beds,. etc. J. Greenlaw. i WANTED-To boy iane Jer sey ow, not tver six years old, with a young ealf. 8. H. Bua s. Sheriff Sales. Dank of Frankinton Versus M. C. Pool. .k l s11il DI~iriot Oo hrr, State of ri. a.Po ur:sh of Washington; S Birt ...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 5 January 1911

STATMENT SNHOWING CONDITION O 't1 1 liNUs AD MIRCAlnTSlDAN AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESr DECEMBER 31st, 1910 RESOURCES COMPARITIVE RESOURCES SINCE It is our greatest pleasure Loansand Discounts $133,269 06 ORGANIZATION please ALL of our custom Stock and bonds 125 00 Though your accoun i Banking house, real.estate, furniture Total resources Dec. 31st, 19o6 $ 37479 53your account with us and fixtures 12,365 29 " " , 1907 95,098s 94 may be small, we will exert our Susppse account 416 45 " " 1908 72,286 59 every effort to give you s Cash on band and wiot other banks 62,934 02 1909 149,049 53 Our first lecture t Total f2 66 ,, 1910 2o9,1o9 82 faction. Our first lecture to employee is to do anythin in Capital stock $30,000 00 What other Bank in the Florida reason to please a customer. Surplus and undivided profits S,750 40 Parishes can show such a Liberal rate ofinteres paid on Dividends unpaid 4 00 proportionate increase Savigs Deposits and p s payable 17,507 0 in resources? Certificates of D...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 12 January 1911

Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. VOLUME I. ,,.NTON, MERw n,. , * ,,,*. FRANKLINTON, LA., THURSDAY, JAN. 12, 1911. NUMBER 4 W• ll~rO ,.,,.,o,, ,,,·uo,, ,.,,,...0.1.,., L A . 1 ,1 1I There Are No "Lazy" Children There are two classes of chil dren called "lazy." First, there is the very large class that has energy enough when it comes to playing ball or jumping the rope, but develops a tired feeling whenever the stove wood or the broom is mentioned. To call this "laziness" is a mere mis-use of language. These chil dren only wish to do the things in which they are interested, not in which other people are interested. They have not yet realized that it is good to work, and all that they need is education that will turn their abundant activities into use. ful channels. Then, there are those who real ly seem lazy, who are listless, stupid, imdifterent, who play without enthusiasm and work only because and when they must. Many parents have been vexed and...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 12 January 1911

Publlshed Weekly by LEADIs PUt SHa G Co., IrD. J. VOL BROCK, * - * Editor. Entered as second class matter April 5,. 1910 the postomoe at Frankllnton, La., under the Aol of Congress of March 3, 187. Advertising Rates on Application Addrs~ all Communications to Erl ILeabr, Franklinton, La. Advertisemets and subscriptions wll be dObRMed at regular rates un til all btedness is paid up. SUBS ON 11.00 A YEAR. P,.nk.h1Ih LI., Jan. II, 1911 Some Tools the I me One.Horse Farm- ses er Should Have we The one horse farmer can never T. B do his work well or economically, of ti but even he can use more and bet- goo ter tools than are now generally pupi used. Moreover, he can afford to conc buy them,no matter how poor he tree is or what, his other conditions prey may be. vaili It is truihat the purchase or or b raising o f ther horse or mule lean is probablt-the most important full. point to ~b he should direct exci his ene ; but if he cannot do nati this,.or i.be thinks he cannot, hun which in e...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 12 January 1911

Lcall Ilemsi Bri Mention of Local and Peruonal Nappealagn oe The Week. Telephone 85 for fish and oysters Oysters and Fish at Elite Res .Purant. For stove wood, oak and pine, ring no. 27. Finest oysters at EliteRestau rant Swan Brand Hats are best. See Lonnergan. Lonnergan has just received a new line of gent's clothing. We sell wood by the cord, not by the load and give full measure. Ring no. 27. 1 See Shoe display in Lonner gan's windows. Just phone yoqr order to no. 27 for any kind of wood and you will get it promptly. Phone 85 for Oysters and Fish The Lawn Tennis Association are making ready for a basket ball team. Jack Jones of Zona was in town oue day this week. S. D. Bulloch, of Covington, was in town Wednesday. M. Rallo has opened up a shoe shop on Main street. C. H. Bickham of Warnerton was in town the first of the week. Mrs. L. Y. Tidwell, of Grand Cane, is visiting her sister, Mrs. o Magee W. Ott this week. :,'The bric'k work on the New School Building of the F. C. I. has ...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 12 January 1911

'TATB ENT SHOWING CONDITION OF TH !AIS AID IUOIHANTS IIID AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS DECEMBER 31st, 1910 RESOURCES COMPARITIVE RESOURCES SINCE It is our greatest pleasure to Loansu and Discounts $133,269 06 ORGANIZATION please ALL of our customers. Stock and bonds 125 00 Banking house, real estate, furniture Total resources Dec. 31st, 19o6 $ 37,479 53 Though your account with us and 8xture' 12,36" 29 " " " " 1907 95,098 94 may be small, we will exert our Suspense account 416 45 " " " " 1908 72,286 59 Cash on hand and with other banks 62,934 02 " " , " 1909 149,049 53 every effort to ive you ti Total SI  " " 1910 2o9,1o09 82 faction. Our first lecture to an employee is to do anything in Capital stock IABIT 30,00000 What other Bank in the Florida reason to please a customer Surplus and undlvided profits 5,750 4 Parishes can show such a Liberal rate of interes paid on Dividends unpaid 400 proportionateincrease Savings Deposits and Time Bills payable proportionate inease Certificates of...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 19 January 1911

Vbe Rra-eabgr, Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. VOLUME I. P ,L,, ,.,T,,O.N pE A9g ,.p? ew FRANKLINTON, LA., THURSDAY, JAN. '19, 1E911. VOLUME i wASHINGTON LEADERA Eyu F tRANKLINTON, LA., THURSDAY, JAN. 19, 1911. The Cold - and the Cane Numbers of our Louisiana sugar planters of the ancient regime were wont to maintain th t severe cold spell in the month of January was rather beneficial than injurious to the cane crop. 0. course this claim was partly based on the assumption that after such cold spell average normal conditions should prevail during the remainder of the 1 winter, that the fall planting had been placed deep enough in the furrows to escape freezing, and 1 that the seed cane had been properly put up and covered, t whether in the old-style mat or ( the modern windrow. The foundations for this theory E among many of the old planters, a which likewise held by numerous 1 younger ones of this progressive a era in cane culture, were that se- I ...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 19 January 1911

dbe bra abr. Ie. Published Weekly by LE.AD~ PUBMSHING Co., inD. J. VOL BROCK, * - - Editor. EDntered as seond class matter April 5, 1910 a- the post omee at Frankilnton, La.. under the Acb of ConRress of March 3,189. _._:_---~ Advertising Bates on Application Address all Communications to Era-Leader, Franklinton, La. AdvertiseMate ' and subscriptions will be contnaud at regular rates un tl all past 1ai&btednes5 is paid up. 8UBSC1PTION 81.00 A YEAR. .n.hrsniiIn , a La., Jan. 111 Wind-Power Drainag. er '(Continued from first page) of t meadows, and even the shallow plis lake bottoms, were mostly drain- sti ed against a very high head of con water, and kept drained for a of century or two by wind power. we We understand that windmill g drainage in auxiliary work is still an coQsiderably in vogue in that Spopulous and prorperous land. 'While steam-power must of cat course be the main dependence du in the pr er drainage of our Louisiana Wet Lands, as we bave at tim an irregular and a...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 19 January 1911

SLocal Items Brief Mention of Local and Personal Happenings of The Week. For stove wood, oak and pine, ring no. 27. Finest oysters at EliteRestau rant Swan Brand Hats are best. See Lonnergan. Lonnergan has just received a new line of gent's clothing. We sell wood by the cord, not h by the load and give full measure. 2 Ring no. 27. S See Shoe display in Lonner. gan's windows. Just phone your order to no. n 27 for any kind of wood and you it will get it promptly. fi Ollie Haley of Clifton was in town today. pi Mrs, Tom Magee spent Friday d, of last week, with friends here. Mrs T. J. Hood was shopping bE in town today. fa re J. 0. Simmons has returned m" from an extended trip out west. to Mrs L. D. Greenlaw jp on a sti fortnight's visit to her daughter, be Mrs. Brakefleld, at Bogalusa. ha Mrs W. J. Dobson and Miss re4 Nelie spent Sunday in New wt Orleans. or( Th Candies, Chewing Gums, Ci.- lil gars, Tobaccos, and Postal Cards art in chuice variety are on sale at tin Peoples Drug CO. Mr...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 19 January 1911

STATEMENT SHOWING CONDITION OF TEl LAKlERS AND. mIflOANTS DAN AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS DECEMBER 31st, 1910 RESOURCES COMPARITIVE RESOURCES SINCE It is our greatest pleasure to Loans and Discounts $133,269 06 ORGANIZATION please ALL of our custoers. Stock and bonds 125 00 Banking house, real estate, furniture Total resources Dec. 31st, 19o6 $ 37,479 53 Though your account witl and fixtures 12,365 29 "" " 1907 95,098 94 may be small, we will exert our Suspense account 416 45 " " " " 1908 72,286 59 Cash on hand and with other banks 62,934 02 " " " 1909 149,049 53 every effort to give you satis Total W09,T09W " " " " 1910 209,109 82 faction. Our first lecture to an LIABILITIES employee is to do anythin in CapitalAB stock 0,000 00 What other Bank in the Florida reason to please a customer S llrplus and undivided profits 5,750 40 Parishes can show such a Liberal rate of interes paid on Dvidends unpaid 14 00 te increase Savings Deposits and Time Bills payable 17,500 00 proportionate increa...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
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