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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 8 July 1915

T1il paper' t jll( .'o)l(H I(WH--the All kinds of printing-except bad. h st ader ti. in ) eolin ji :-t11h Fine Commercial Job Printing.n Amply equipped to do first-class igt arie. I book and catalogue work. No job ingto a like Lti too small or too large. Try us, reasonable , - reasonable Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. VOLUME 6 FNTON LA, UR AY, JULY' 1915 ..... NT.. F * ,,,, :,-:.,........... FRANKLINTON, LA., TNURSDAY, JULY 8, 1915 NUMIBER) is " - --- ,L . -ilN(TO I.'AI -'l, -rTII,U-:l |; |11|1 ',Tyiar Asociatioii Meets I H1 ranklinton, La., June 17._ ( gui ''Vashington Parish Bar 1 in pet' o.on convened pursuant c again ,11 made by the President, nod pr~. B. Carter, on the above i Herat the courthouse in. Frank Baurn, La., the following 'nem Sanswered the roll call: P. B. trter, M. W. Ott, C. E. Ott, G. a SGoodbee, D. R. Johnson and r . Vol Brock. t Hon. J. Y. Sanders, Sr., O. H. t Carter and B. D. Talley, being t present by unanimous conse...

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. — 8 July 1915

TO THE PUBLIC Continuig our policy of progressive merchandising, we offer ag An Expressin of Appr ecia tion we are going to give away absolutly free, beinnng r  :*;i; C. No. 101. ATHIRTY-fDOLLAR STEEL RA Sly Fold 'The L:ý o Without one penny of expense to you---Only Hold The L. YOUR MONEY TALKS TWICE AT THIS STORE---ThlP is a time when your money talks more than it ever did before. \ will get you a mighty close price on that article. Besides you are liable toi be the winer of a $30.00 steel range. will get you a mighty close price on ... Ladies will tind our shelves tilled with every.- OOur gr-cery deprtment is a geli ui n r: if A pair of shoes is always ilse dnl- n- th ing they may wish-dress goods fancy goods, the housewives of this cominunivly. And .l~, t cessity. We are more than plcased witll lingerier,. toilet articles, etc., everythingi the heart a reasofi. We are ua trl'ul wt1. we bue , n1'. l ,.. binthe gaitelements orI aIecairnce, ur may wish , and they are just what t...

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. — 8 July 1915

I 105 1 B% ~': 4 ~~-jn·. ~' f i-,·lI'I r.o ·I - w(.eek-<rd }:(:-c, last , S\] V hi t 1, Of Sun, i } Ill 'i iss tiett Co('ii'rkern is visit er si-,ter Mirs. 1. T, Knight, T. S\itih Ii1-1at icou need fIoi us. n C io.1s are rit,. Ci tu( ran kl( i l .ier..:intl' e C( . reniLa. 1 1·. ek. \M rs. W ilie 1:iart'is i'('tu!rneil tlilnt lhurschly fr.on i v isit to ,2'i f'urni n(mother, ,ilrs. \V'iiv i, at iTyll aHd J tow 11, iut r r Go to Frankliwi  v:n orlP, tile eqluil Co., hOi o a I. l riv . * wo \ ,. and M rs. iL -iiai t B; rund ei;il tie ic of Amit'., were u ests l:at wee\' j of Mr. and "Irs It)lnroe Si: - a mons. 8rd Call ti. ranIlinton M reran tilr Dry Goods. 1i'. and M i's. J. D. Kerr and , children 'left I aturrd y night. ,or l. i: ilt a visit of several days \wi Il !ir. I' alan' and Mi's. S. N. Stoi' at il 3rFo.k- iacl' haven. leetu l Misses Rutli m.id Jessie Kate- & ', tin an(l Ethel Talley left, S tur inist day afternao); fo)r I' alua 1 a d I ai? where. Ihey visited s evea...

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. — 8 July 1915

twice By Crlnk .'"" .;OVIcH, *O1'11I'.l l>$ fci'va lit s. Iti New York, .11uly ::, 1. Li. . or- this ( o . t I has a gan head of the lig ban ,ing te. house of his name and financial disatg agent in this country of the Brit- !dose, ish government, was shot twice at folio' his country home near Glenove, Liv L. I., by a mian wh!i entered th' table Morgan holll'. shortly after t) all tl o'clock Saturday morning. of c Mr. Morgan was not seriously hrou wounded. ()1.c of thye shots took .soe efiect in his hip, the other ii hi plae breast, tearing the flesh and pas vot' ing out thru his arm. The as- on tl sailant was overpowered by ser- and vants, placed in the Mo.rgan au- is gt toniobile and rushed to (;lencove. Ino,, There he refused to say who he was or where he came from, but asserted that he was "a Christian gentleman" and had felt it his duty to persuade Mr. Morgan to end the war. Mr. Morgan apparently did not N of a consider himself seriously wound- out ed. When it was reported t...

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 July 1915

All .ds of Printingrexcept bad. paper the ip h Fine Commercial Job Printing. est advertising iii I a \ ,- ingto ni Pari shi. Covers , h s se t u Amply equipped to do first-class illto ari. ('v's thi s. l book and catalogue work. No job of the counutiy like tti dC\\. t1hes tooeºmall or too large. Try us, reaonable Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. VOLUME 6. . , ,- ........ . ,,,. FRANKLINTON, LA., THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1915 NUMI ER 1t i I I iT(1 )N_ . E T., e N p 1 11, • i H.. VCotrt P'roceedings. Tom ' ton and 13ill Holton - H6g st, Ing, Bill Holton plead guilty ~f i sentenced to two year in peni ntiary and the (char again s.Tom Holton, the fathf, nol pr4,,ed. Hel: , Luther and Wipur Baug, an and Dolplh P,'ket joint.. 'bharged with distubing the p tee, plead guilty, andfined $5 e. 1i or 90 days. Vi-. Peters-Cutting timber, dis,' .rged by Court. I k' r1i--Cutting timber, plead guilt)', 1O and cost or 60 days. ': Sara"P'l:helps-Cuttiilg timber. plead gali...

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 July 1915

PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Mrs. J. VOL BROCK, Editor. lstere asseeoid class matter April 6, 1910 at the post ocee at Franklinton, La., under she Aet of Congress of March 3. 1~79. Advertising Rates on Application Address all Communications to Era-Leader, Fralnk!i:'on, La. Advertisements and .ubicriptions will be continued at reu·lar rate. ,on ii all past indebtt-dnes i- paid up. SUBSCRIPTION .l.,; t A YEAR Franklinton La., July 15 1915 Announcements For Cler of Court The Era-.Leader is authorized to announce CARTER C. 1VELCII as a candidate for Clerk of Court of Washington Parish subject to the act ion of the Democratic Primaries. The Era-Leader. is auth,,rizeld to an nounce ROBERT BA,1N T ;'lN as a candidate for (Clerk of Court of Wahsington Parish subhj,,ct to the action of the Democratic l'viialaries. The Era-Leader is authorized to an nounce WILEY M. WOOD as a candidate for Clerk of Court of Washington Parish, subject to the action of the Democratic Primaries, The Era-Leader is authorize...

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 July 1915

Local Items -Brief Mention of ocal and Personal Happenlng of The Week. ý1/ ýý ., . str L L/ý ý-.. ý rý ý Bill M.aiee d Hackley, is visit o., ing Herbert a Tom Babington Dry this week. M lusa Buy wliat u u need from us, Mis, our l)rices ae right. Woo Franljnton Mercantile Co. B Mr. and Drs. J. I. Waller and Mi" baby and \r. C. W. Davidson of bj(, V Rio, were :reek-end guests of Mr. and M,\Ls. D. C. Wood. .l o1 Mr. andMrs. Willie Wood and leng baby of Mtdisonville, were week week end guest; of Mr. and Mrs. J. Moor( E. Wood. .Mi The lRanklinton Mercantie delighl Co., is tl firm that enjoys gc)d ment Cmmercial rating. ber of Mrs. Jim Simmons and little I tarest daughter, Annie. of Mt. Hermon reflre were Franklinton visitors Satur.- eive< day. '. T -Mrs. W. J, Burris and little w.thne Josephine accompanied by Miss with Bessie Burris were guests last sik week of Mrs. W. H. Hood at over 1 Onville. to his Mrs. Stella Kees O'Neal of l is. Tylertown spent several days the ci with Mrs. J. ...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 15 July 1915

School Board Proceedings. Pursuant to resolutions passed by the board of Directors of the 0on public schools of Washington .Parish, La., at its regular meet- , ing held on the 8th day of ,July, 1915, 1, F. B, Bateman, Presi- it is dent of said board of directors, this cot hereby give notice that in co)m- has a v pliance with said resolutions, a temn. I -disagrel special election will be hA1d in dos, a school districts No. "5, 2 and follose, followi. 30, Parish of Washington, Lt.. ILiv-1 on the 19th clday of August 1915, table (( for the purpose of submitting to feetive the property taxpayers qlualihed all the of cab, under the constitution and laws brough of the state of Louisiana to vote omo,ne at said election, the following placed propositions to wit: Just 1. To levy a special tax of live you'll mills on the dollar on all proper - anod si ty in school districts No. "2 and is guar 30, Parish of Washington, I'., money subject to state taxation, annual ly, for a per iod of live yea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 22 July 1915

All kinds of printing-except bad. best adertiing Fine Commercial Job Printing. Amply equipped to do first-class IIIof the country'b e isin in. dlik i eat book and catalogue work. No job reasonable too small or too large. Try olt Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. _____________________= = = = = =I= - I- . M BR1 -VOLUME 6. iRA(KLITON NW EllA. 3-TA-NIJuKD 14 FRANKLiNTON, LA., THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1915 NUMBER 17 VOLUME 6. wA* agYLTON LEAD1Y.H EATAB"R" s trneuE0 Police .Jury Proceedings. * Franklinton, La., July 6.-The J. Police .ury in and for the Parish of Washington, La., met and was called to order by the president. W. L. Swith at 9 o'clock a. m., with all members present. J Minutes of the regular June 'J meeting %iere read and upoli ,mo tionduly seconded, adopted as read: On motion by C. A. Jenkins, I seconded by J. W. Knight and carried the report of F. L. San. ford on Talley and Miller's creek bridges was received and adopted. I On motion by C. A. Jen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 22 July 1915

Ebe (ral1eatet. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Mrs. J. VOL BROCK, Editor. antered as second class matt er A Iril 5, 191') at the post offtHee at Franklinton, La.. under the Act of Congress of March :, 1. 9. Advertisini Rates on ApIp)licationD ---- ----- - ---- C it-- C; Address all Coniiunnications to d Era-Leader, Franklinton, La. Advertisements and subscriptions 11' will be continued at r''u Mt' rates iln- 1 ii all past indtbtldn'ss i !paid up. SUBSCRIPTlP)` Ai.cU :. `; Al: "L Franklinton La., July 22 1915 Announcements t t1 For Clerk of Court CARTER C. \WE'l( *11 P IIOI3I:R'F' 11:\ B! \N( ;'I'f 1N W'ILE' 31'. \\00) P M1. A. TillG;1EN1 S For Sherlif 0. C. STRA'I'T.AN It. E. KEATON E. I). SIHIERIDAN J. O. ROBEIITS1 J. E. BATEMAN For Assessor CHARILES L. VARNADO J. i1. BYRDI G. W. XLAGEE SIMEON E. MORRIS For Police Jury Second Ward T. B. ROBERTS Third Ward HIRAM E. SMITH IR. M. KNIGHT Fifth Ward A. C. BANKSTON J. J. CRAIN For Representative T. E. BENiET'Tl D. E. BRANCH For Treasurer EDWARD MYLES...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 22 July 1915

Great Mi - ummer Sa e AT TH-1E Starts Saturday, July 31 Continuing Day--Closing August 1 No Use Talking bout It The prices speak louder than words. Just glance over them and be convinced that this sale is the place to buy your supply of summer goods Dress Goods L L We could write and describe this line, for nearly a week, and still not do it justice, so we advise you to come, if not but to look and see for yourself the beautiful line of dress goods, We have all the newest shades and patterns in Voils, Snow Flakes, Crepes at uns I heard of prices, we also have the necessary trimming to make them, also expert sales ladies to suggest and advise you how to make same. We have not the space to price them here, but they are all values and we invite you to look at our dress goods. Laces and Embroideries Are offered at great economies, the latter at the lowest prices we have ever been able to offer, which is no small merchandising feat, considering the war and the fact that we don't know whe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 22 July 1915

DonIestic Science Luncheon "1 Among the most pleasing tea- D tures of Florida Parishes Nor- e inal was the four cour se luncheon Liven W\dnesliay, Il my I Uth, to the faculty, by the class, under in the direction of tlheir efticient in- ' structor, Miss Ilelc Slielby. hun Oa entering the lining room spe all were attracted to the color tha scheme, pink and green. shown tha by numerous cut flowors artis cally arranged, a large bowl of 11l' l beautiful pink ro.(-s and aspar- ly gas ferIn .n the cIenter of the ta- ine ble, and dainty handpainte1 tha place cards. let Suggestive of the season and very attractively served was - the first course,-wnater- melon cccktail. Next was vegetabllel soulp followed by a meat and salad course. rTemnptin ices and a dainty favor o'rfor each guest concluded this delightful luncheon so well planned and faultlessly servced. 'Throughout the meal conversation and good tii cheer prevailed, and at the end ha several toasts were offered the ten charming hostess...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 22 July 1915

SUPjiENT l Land!!Personal N Brief Meithe Week.rn rTnkli July 22, 1915 Pranklin July 22, 1915 Willie of New Orleans to N( is spend week with Fred city I Batemal theS1 Our Fk of Snoes are whirl going drices. assis The Boston Store. Re Mrs. r, of Richardson, nesdW Spent ft of the week with his t\ her siqrs. J. L. Bateman; in So Mise Dobson, after a take nist meet fortnivisit with relatives in will will i Hamdeturne0 home Sun day. At Evidy is going to attend lowit the Ole at the Boston Store. this Knit M Mrs. George Fendla- "rd , son, Folsome were recent Jury guej Mr. and Mrs. D. A. ware Self Dr. LI Eugene and Robert Tli Rogof Folsom are visiting Pari thepnt, Mrs. D. A. Self. secti TBig Summer Sale at the whel BoP Store starts July 31st. for last ) and Mrs. Johnny Green will anthildren of Enon were Sun- by t dajuests of Mrs. J. N. Magee. stan stan ]rn-To Mr. and Mrs.M. .A. Thpen, on Friday, July 16th, a derE bxeigbing 13 1-2 pounds. Sun Ass Ruby Hughey spent sev- plim eradays this week ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 22 July 1915
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. — 29 July 1915

All kinds of printing-except bad. The paper theu p-) Fine Commercial .ob Printing. best advertising me i I Amply equipped to do first-class ington Parish. Covers this sect book and catalogue vork. No job of the country like tie di. istn too small or too larle. Try us, reasonable, Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. VOLUME 6. FRANKLINTON NEW' ERA., s.aanrJRlrD , ... FRANKLINTON, LA., THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1915 NU i,'I: . Whnl I/(-'T ()N |,E,I)EIH t rrnlMTa lo I(IIIR :H)(|, U, S, VESSEL IS TORPEDOED IN NOHlTH SEA BY GERMANS Declars G(erlrany Disregarded E arlie r U. S. Note As To I)estruction Of Neutrals London, July 26, -:16 p. mn. The American steamship Leela naw, from Archangel, July 8, for Belfast with a corgi of flax, was sunk July 25 by a German sub. marine off the nortawest coast of Scotland. The British stenaship Grange wood of 3422 tons gross, bound from Archangel. Russio, for Havrs, France, alp has been tor pede3d and sunk in the North sea by a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 29 July 1915

TIe (ta tleaber. PUBLISHED \VWEEIKLY. Mrs. J. VOL BROCK, Editor. Entered as second cla~s latter A nrLi 1,10U at the post office at 'lranl;iuton, ,a., under I the Act of Congress of March 3. Ib }. Advertising Rates on Application (i Address all Communications to Era-Leader, Franklinton, La. Advertisements and sublcriptions will be 'ontinued at irc;ular rates un ii all past indebtedness is paid up. SUBSCRIPTION FI.00 A Y.EAi. Franklinton La., July 29 1915 Announcements For Clerk of Court t RTER C. WELCII R', ',:RT BAIIN(;T(N t .M. A. THIGPEN ,i ---.,- or Sheriff 0. C. ST[RATMlAN R. E. KE 4'ON E. D. SIHERII)AN J. O. RB( )BI;'TS J. E. BATE3IN For Assessor CHARLES L. VAINADO J. M. BYRI) (;. WV. \AGIEE SIMEON E. MORRIS For Police Jury Second Ward T. B. ROBERTS Third Ward IIIRAM E. sMIITI R. W. KNIGHT Fifth Ward A. C. BANKSTON J. J. CRAIN W. WV, BO V LES For Representative T. E. BEN_;ETT D. E. BRANCH For Treasurer EDWARD MYLES For Coroner DR. J. L. BROCKC Election Returns. In the race for...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 29 July 1915

I ocal Items Brief Mention of Local and personal l Happrning, of The Week Franklinton, La., July 29, 1915 J. t ll.l l. of Angle i4 Visiting fO his daught er, M 'rs. J. E Hlte- ft inan. Q Little Lillian Good le spent last week with friends in IlL'ua- se lusa. rn, Miss Blanch .olinsorn O - f t l galusa, is spenlllding lihis week ^' here with relatives. S. H. Bulloclh, of Covington, hiC motored up Tuesday and s)ent the day here attending to busi- n ness. Agnes Blateman of Clifton, is to a guest this week of her cousin, Ruth Magee. ti Rev. J. J. Walker returnedtlt home Tuesday after a two weeks. visit with his daughter in li u Mountain. Mrs. J. A. L!iCour is in Texas for a month's visit with her sis «" ter, M rs. F'rank Coyne. 7 Mrs. L. D. Greenlaw returned l" Monday from a fortnight's visit o0 to her daughter in Bogalusa. um an Mrs. Fyler Seal returned to her hoIme in Bogalusa Saturday, after a fortnight's visit with h~ei sister-in-law, Mrs. J. P. Seal. ti Mre. D. M. Wadsworth and two...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 29 July 1915

School Board Proceedings. be e 1Pursuanlt Ito resolutionis passed K.at by the board of Directors of the ,. piublic schools of \Washington l Parish, La., at its regular meet- 11 Ing held on the nth day of July, h 1915,. , F. B, Bateman, Presi- not dent of said board of directors, oi hereby give notice that in com- 5 p)liance with said resolutions, a any special election will be h ld in be school districts No. 25, 28 and 30, Parish of Washington, La., rig on the 19th day of August 1915, the for the purpose of submitting to of the property taxpayers qualified cal under the constitution and laws ph of the state of Louisiana to vote at said election, the following sel ;propositions to wit: ea: 1. To levy a special tax of five tei mills on the dollar on all proper ly ty in school districts No. 28 and in; 30, Parish of Washington, La., subject to state taxation, annual- be ly, for a pel iod of five years, for sti the purpose of giving additional aid to the public schools of said is distric...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 5 August 1915

All kinds of printing-%cept bad. TIw p r I - Fine tI'ommercial Jol Frinting. Aest aI iInI r SAsrC1 rcly ipplt nw, f.1r i-claas ist i book and ea.talu,,. wci;. No jol) too Small or too large.Try us, rt on Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of FrankliiL n. VOLUME 6 . Y- LI;T;; 1.W R-. 1WY. T N I FRANKLINTON, LA., THURS)DAY, AU iJST 5. 19li9 gatlvt.TONu I.Y'AI~i,EH ct~+nransun I!Nwl. Six Blamed For ChIicagoi Iaste r. ClhicgoA cor on r er'.pi r1 I'l July 2s returned a verd t plade ing the blame for tlih loss of hundreds of lives by tlr ca,)siz ing of the steam er Ea; land iin the Chiciagt river on ix men: William Hull, general wmnager' of the Chicago-St. Joseii Steam ship Company, o neP of the Eastland; Capt. Harry 'edersen, of the Eastland; J. M1.Erickson, engineer; Robert Rel, federal inspector of steams.ips, who gave the Eastland iicense to carry 2,500 passengrs on July 2; J. C. Eckliff, geneol insectorl of steamships; W. K. reenbaun, general manager of he Indiana Tra...

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 August 1915

tFe vra=1eabtr. I PU1LSlIfED A LKLY. Mrs. J. VOL DROCK, Editor. nLutered as second class matter April 5, 1910 ( at the Lost olnee at Franalinton, La., under bthe Act of Congress of March 3, 179. I ____-~ lv Advertising Rates on Application ) Address all Comnuinications to CI Era-Leader, Franklinton, La. d Advertisements and subscriptions Ii will be continued at regular rates un it all past indecbtedness is paid up. a SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 A YEAIR Franklinton L-., August - 1915 1. Fcranklinton La., August 5 1915 1. Announcements a a Fr Cleark of Court RTER C. `VELCII Hi "':RT 'BAIIIN(TON 31. A. TIIIGPEN t D N M1A(EE II or Sherifi O. C. STR ATI11AN R. E. KEATON E. 1). SIERII)AN J. O. ROBERT1'S E. BATEMXAN or Assessor CHARLES L. VARNADO J. M1. BYRDI) C,. W. \1AGEE SIMEON E. MORRIS For Police Jury Secnd Ward d T. B. ROBERTS Third Ward HIRAM E. SMITH It. W. KNIGHT Fifth Ward A. C. BANKSTON t J. J. CRAIN W. W. BOYLES t For Representative r T. E. BENNETT, D. El BRANCH I For Treasurer EDWARD M...

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