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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 5 August 1915

Local li. er Brief Mention of Local and Personal lppelenings ot The Week. Fri nklirtcrn La., Aug. 5, 1915 iel Mrs. Pearson anti children spent Monday in town. Mr. Hammond of New 0- eans spent Sund;iy with Mr. and M.1rs. W. P. Dunlap. Miss Maggie Tate of Osy ka, is Shere for a month's visit with her sister, Mrs. Jake Ott. Little Theda Daniel of Rich ardson is visiting relatives here +. this week. Mrs, D. N. Stringer and child reu are in Osyka for a fortnight's visit with friends. Miss Onita Berry of New Or leans is visiting Miss. Emma Wood. Mrs. J. A. McClendon and daughter, Jeppa of 'Narnerton visited relatives here Tuesday. Little Ellen and Mamie Brock are in Gulfpoirt for a fortnight's visit with their aunt, Mrs. N. D. Goodwin. Miss Octavia Allen of Bunkie, arrived Tuesday for a fortnight's visit with Mrs. W. J. Dunn. Miss Ethel Talley of Isabel was a welcome visitor to F'rank ' Linton Monday. Misses Joyce Jones, Onita and Verne Richardson are spending this week with Blanch Johnso...

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 August 1915

School Board Prolceedings. Pur suant to r(-o,,h ons jn d b Y the l)orl, I) ~lk D I'" ij t publicS schols fW higo Parish, La., atit r lrnwt pug held on the `til t1ayV ok IJly, 191-5, J, F. 1;, H~aternanii, Pre'csi dent of said board of directors, hereby give notice that it co pliance with said resolutionus, special election will ie ) id ( !n school districts No. 25, '- and 80, Parish of Washington, iLa.. a on the 19th day of August 1915, l for the purpose of suimnitting to i the property taxlakyers qualibed P under the constitumlin and laws of the state of Louisiana to vote ( at said e!ection. the iol1oWii' ,propositions to wit: I` ]. To0 1kw a Mlki(1al tax oft iiVF, l mills oil the d,,ilar on 'ii p~ro;,er t~y in Sclhoo! dlisri uts No. 2 and k W0, Pat. h of Wtsinga..toil, I.. subject ,o sthte taximun, uiaui: ly, lo1 a f, tio(l of tiv'e ial's, for the purpose of giving additi onul aid to the public schools of sai*: district. 2. To levy a spueeil tax of 15 mills on the dollar on all th...

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 August 1915

All kinds of printing-except bad. >T" per t r Fine Uommer'al Job Prrinting. A Amply equipped to do first-class , i; . ~ book anil catalogue work. No job on ", too imall or too large. Try us, o-J - - Official Journal of Washington Parish a::d the VTorw" ; f i-:,"ankI: " 1. V .L 6 FRAKLINTON ,NEW ERA, E.TA.LIM.ED , W. FrIANKLINTON, LA., ", '-j. 7. G 7 N`" ' E 2 S0 WASHINI;GTON ,E)A|I R E.TABLIMIIED i9(6. No Near Beer For Franklinton "'The Law Agin It" Prevails Oppositon So trongI Beer Firm Quits Town UpolIn e fund Of City Li(~ensI. Action By Citizens Strongly Conm mended. In response to a call issuedby Mayor and city council, at 10:30 Friday the people of Frai'kli nton assembled in the court-room for the purpose of discussing the Near-Beei situation which con fronted our community. The good element of our town emphatically and publicly de nounce the near-bear saloon but it was a surprise to the most opti mistic to see the throng which so ardently and actively arrayed themsel...

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 August 1915

Mrs. J. VOL BROCK, Editor. £:ntered as second class matter A tpril 5, 19 1 at the post office at Franklinton, La., under i the Act of Congress of March 3, 1;79. Advertising Rates on Application pre Address all Communications to dci Era-Leader, Franklinton, La. Advertisements and subscriptions ar will be continued at regular rates un ii all past indebtedness is paid up. SUBSCRIPTION @1.00 A YEAR be Franklinton La., August 12 1915 Announcements _It Fnr Clerk of Court p , RTER C. WELCH Rt '?':RT BABINGTON M1. A. THIGPEN B D N MAGEE J For Sheriff O. C. STRATMrAN IE R. E. KEATON J E. D. SHERID)AN J. O. RO(BERTS E. BATEMAN T. J. SIMMONS C For Assessor CHARLES L. VARNADO J. I. BYRD G. W. M AGEE SIMEON E. MORRIS For Police Jury Second Ward T. B. ROBERTS G. M. TATE Third Ward HIRAM E. SMITH R. W. KNIGHT Fifth Ward A. C. BANKSTON J. J. CHAIN W. W, BO YLES For Representative T. E. IIENNETT D. E. BRANCH For Treasurer EDWARD MYLES For Coroner DR. .1. I. BRO('K The iirl . ,,e II ;, i!' . i s Myrt...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 12 August 1915

* Brief Mettion of Local an P4'rsn: - ý FI:lepprln!rs ot The Week. Frznklinton, La., Aug 12, 1915 E. G. Pierson is on the sik list this week. Walt.r Jones spent last week with friends in Amite City. No. 1 Bon Bon Baking powder al. The Hb hington Store. Win. Knight of McComnh City spent Tuesday with relatives here. Mr. and Mr s. Nelsn HIethen, of Little Rock, Ark., are guests of Mr. and Mrs, J. O. lBthea. Miss Daisy Bean, of Kentucky was a week-end guest of Misses Ellen and Ruth Blabington. Dr, C. P. Amacker returned Thursday from a visit to his home in Poplarville, Miss. Mrs. O. E. Brock and children of Mt. Hermon spent the week end with relatives here. Mrs. J. E. Bateman spent the first of the week with Mrs. De witt Bateman in New Orleans. E. A. Burris and Dr. Maurice Bateman spent Sunday in New Orleans. Dorris Magee in north Frank linton is one of our number of sick this week. Zeke Babington of New Or leans, is spending this week with his father, C. S. E. Babing ton. Wm. Babingt...

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 August 1915

;C;Ntic:e 1i h-,~-~cr'y eiwvn that by t, , . . I ', .f . . , 1 ' ' t.. i l, I tf t1 o)i' l 1 : 'i't. 11th . 1 1i 0. a:1 : ot i0 'l, " t iu-por.,e ,f .lectiig a (},,i..ýgatt to said Convention l  siuit hall be held. Also an vtLction iia, 4th \:uaid ;t t said L aiL. h Inl thie !upr.oset of cX:t- Wi ' a :tl-it I Cl\ " ca.~ot ii, bard o'. '1i1 Ioil,,, .; c ei 1 , !::I.- r, 21~ in hC.il:i k , } ': , - i1u,,dL. t) 11'1'. 11')1 caaid c:Lttion to. '. it: 1"IlT \l' \ ." ) el Precinct 1. Faailah. ,Lon hiaiioLncr. in Clat..e tLafloi0 . J. 1). at',in;, Jolini 2, F. aust: , clerk,. " .1t e,  ,ls 1' 'I( '. l;<;! h alttr ,'a .\1a:1. ot C.oiul, . .",21e . s. i'e 1hind. A . D . rig Kemp, L. L, iicharu'd~o cler k, QUii eas S 'lv eat ' SEC(U)ND \V AL)D Precinct, 1. Mt. li0ruon. G. MI. Tate A. u. Ott, C. J.. Miller; cse'k', (life [rock. lt'rec _net 2. \ t, ' ' .,111;, . \1 ,t \ ii icr, \\'a ltr `'. lutlrch. Ai icy :diillr, tCoinu isSio ser": J. !. K(muip. clerk. Il' ..iuClt 1. I'ani;ilnltl o. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 19 August 1915

Come To The Washington Parish Fair October 14, 15, 16. Catalog And Premium List Free. Get One ýý,, ý.;n.r ji' , tau¬~ ;:d I'l)4-', 'a`' ,ap!'er the ;e U jQ best ad A :I;V 'qnipp)' to kit, tip .el , ; I ington Parish. Cov t j " i j, Uio awl catalogun work. No *jo of the country like th dt W. ate too smnali ri too laige. U'lr u, reasonable. I __ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. VOLUME 6. II t NEEH Iau 1 84 FRANKLINTON, La., TUIRSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1915 Office, of 1'. Sý. I)istviic't .\t torney 'Vie Ueuer .1 t w lor Pro e - tion of Miattkry Ihiri- p)')Ihiis the folloiwing act. 1. Killing irtory 8 lfe birds driiiiI tlie -Wni ·aan. 2. KIlli~ng inmigratorh I.* gi me birds betweeni sunset and sun rise. 8. KNllng migratory insectiv Orous Ibirds at any tiIme. 4. K(ilinrg swans. cranes or any birids of tie' snipe or plover families (shore hi rdi) excep't woodcock, \i lsorn or jack .nip *yellIiw-iegs and bla&k- r'u and golden plovers, unt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 19 August 1915

ýý~e bra= .eater. PC ~ ~ I iIt'·L' l I,` s'1rs. J. VOL L. -. .·, d f.uLered as second cl1;a' mittur A ri i , 1;1u at the post omce at VranlI;,t on, La., under the Act of Counres' of Marci :. I. Advertisin I Rates on Application Address all Conmnunications to Era-Leader, Franklinton, La. Advertisements and subsicriptions will be conrtinued at regular rates un it all past indebtedness is paid ulip. SUBSCRIPTION w;.lx: A "EAR Franklinton La., August 19 1915 Announcements Fnr Clerk of Court % RTER C. WELCH 1k ':RT BAiN(iTUON 'I. A. TIIIGPEN I) N FAG'.EE For Sheriff 0. C. STItAT.1AN R. E. KEATON E. D. SIERIIDAN J. 0. It )BiRTS '.E. BATEMAN T. 1. 1JSIM1UNS For Assessor CHARLES L. VARNADO J. M. BYRD U. W. & AGEE SIMEON E. MORRIS For Police Jury Second Ward T. B. ROBERTS G. M. TATE Third Ward HIRAM E. SMITII R. W. KNIGHT Fifth Word A. C. BANKSTON J. J. CRAIN W. \V. BOYLES For Representative T. E. DENN!TT. D. F. .NH For Treasurer EDIWArI) tI'LES For Coro;er DR. J. L. 11130,1"K Thie Paper...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 19 August 1915

__ li ~-1 Slos IIt iwIi ; Bri ef Mt&,ion ot iocal and Personal L 'fIp,'ninzr of The Week. Franklinton, La., Aug 19, 1915 Fleet Magee, of Helena, Ark., is visiting relatives here this week. Don't buy flouruntil you get our price. Burris Bros. Ltd. The Misses Ott who have been guests of Mrs. M. W. Ott for the past week, left Tuesday mo.ning - for Mt. Hermion. Misses Aileen 'Pate and Blanche Alford of Mc. Hermon. visited friends here thru the week-end. Miss Carrie Bean came over Friday from l3ogalusa and spent the week-end with the Misses Babington. Mrs. H. E. Gayer and child t dren who have been visiting rel- g atives in Bogalusa for some time ce past, returned home Sunday. V R. E. Keaton, A. J. Cowgill a and J. K. Johnsou motored over 0 from Bogalusa Tuesday to at tend to business. V b Mr. McGhee of Ruston visit- ti ed friends in Franklibton thru the week-end. u Misses Willie and Mina Bab. ington left Suuday for New Or leans fora visit with their bro ther, William Babington. /~ M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 19 August 1915

INSPIRATIIII 1WF Ili lsi ,y By Peter Radford. When you enter the agricultural de partment of the county fair, you feel your soul uplifted and your life takes on a new power-that is the inspira tion of the soil. You are overpowered by the grandeur and magnificence of the scene-that is the spirit of the harvest. You can hcar the voice of nature calling you back to the soil that Is opportunity knocking at your door. It Is a good chance to spend a *uiet hour in contact with the purity and perfection of nature and to sweet en your life with its fragrance, elevate your ideal3 with its beauty and expand your imagiaction with its power. Those products as food are fit for the gods, and as an article of com merce they ought to bring tip-top prices on any market in the world. The products of the soil are teachers and preachers as well. Their beauty gives human life its first entertain ment, their perfection stirs the genius in artists; their purity fsrnishes mod els for growth of character and...

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. — 26 August 1915

Come To The Washington Parish Fair October 14, 15, 16. Catalog And Premium List Free. Get One All kinds of print inig -except bad. *6- ? Fine Ctommnercial Jo, I rinting. T" ti, P ''" ; th I Amply equipped to do Iirt-elass et a rtii u in i bucuk anwl catalogue -work. No jug h too smal or: too la'rge. 'ry us.l of the c like t de. reasonable Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. VOLUIME 6. F:.ANKLINTON, LA. ~1URSD.Y, AUGS I"26, 1915 NUiBER 22 Proceedings Of The Police Jury F'ranklinton. ,n., Au2-. 17. Thr. Police .lury mot prsltant to adjourn,,uent of the 3r I with all members nirseiit. The first business in order was to receive bids for the ripairing and maintaining of the public roads of the parish and upon mo tio, by C A. Jenkins and duly seconded by J. W. Knight and carried they were opened at I o'clock p. m. On motion the following ;11la were allowed and ordered paid. O. S. Armutrong( Lumber Co. lumel er for Frnklioiit ; hltid ,.... 52 '6 S. M. Carro...

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. — 26 August 1915

MFe era= eaber.L Mlrs. J. VOL P3R0K, Editor. ',tered as , seconrd c!;t, - ! ! er . ~.ri 3, l^U I at the o t it "! :..:.:onl, ',;i., Under' the Act of Cun;r:,s of M:rc . i79. Advertisin; RKates on Application 01 Address all Cominunlnlations to Era-Leader, FIa.klii::,n. La. Advertisements and stubcrilitions will be continued at re;;i,:r rates on iL all past inde Citt.c dnes is paid utp. SUBSCRIPTION 0L.00 .. YEA -,1 Franklinton La., Au~st 26 1915 Announcements Fnr CIerv o o o. rt .TER C. \\IEl C l 1. A. TillGI'iN D N . . A(, For Sherilff 0. (', ST AT:',, i:N E, E. K; EATON E. D. SHIE1I )AN J. O. 1.' )BEi t' '. E. BATE3.\N T. .1. ;M1'idONS For Assessor CHARLES L. VARNADO J. M. BYRD G. W. , AGEE SIMEON I:. MUIRIS For Police Jury Second Ward T. B. ROBERTS G. M. TATE Third Ward HIRAM F. SMITHI R. W. KNIGHT Fifth W' rd A. C. BANKSTON J. J. CRAIN WV. W, -0 i LLF For Represer tative T. ,. IEN'\lfT D. F. E. BRAN(H For T-ea~urer EDW AI) :ML'ULS FOr Cooiner DR. J. L. ;EO('K NOW iS an ppl, rLU...

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. — 26 August 1915

Sbri ef n tu o I.n Ic l t r;,: 'crona, Fa kl I'!lnin, 8 oLs The '1 ,. 11A Franklinton, La., Aug 26, 1915 Otto Carter of Isabel spent the week-end at Ihomue. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Alford of Bush spent the week-end w%:itih Mr. and Mrs. D. H. McCreary. Miss Lena McElveen of Pisgah neighborhood spent Monday in town. Miss Florie Klinert, of Pon chatoula, is a guest of Miss Beulah Ca-ter. Don't buy flour until you get our price. Burris Bros. Ltd. Miss Maggie McElveen, of Dillion, is a guest of Miss Eftie MeElveen. Mrs. Crow and grand.daugh ter, Miss Maude Burch are spending this week w:th M rs. Josephine Schilling at Pine. Little Notre D. McCormack i.i ropidly improving after a recent serious illness. Mrs. Ellen Pigott of Warner. ton came down Sunday to speud a few days with Mrs. W. J. 8 Jones. v Miss Marie Magee is spending this week with :Miss Winnie Magee at Sunny Hill. i Barrett Simmons of New Or- ti leans delighted relatives and friends here with a week-end visit. a Miss Myrtle Sweeney r...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 26 August 1915

Sheriff Sale.- No. 2359. T. B. Erwin& So"'. Ltd., Vs. Sol D. Hart Notice is hereby given thatt o ,ittue: of an order of feirre facias issued ult ol the .tithl Judicial District Court of Loudiania. in and L for W ashington Parish. in the above entitlent cause and to me directed. I will proceed to p sell at public auction to the last and highest bidder on Saturday, Sept. 25, 1915. ' at the principal front door of the court house at Franklinton. La., between the legal sale hours for judicial sa!es,the following described property, to-wit: South half of the following des crihed property: 80 acres of land nore or less described as follows: boundcd north by lands of Louis Jao es. east c and south by lands of Speculators, and west by John Thompson and Sam Wilson, being a part of same land ac quiredby Sol D. Hart from H. L. Bateman, except 10 acres of land more or less, described as follows; 10 acres of lant in the southeast corner of said tract, and !eing 30 acres of land more t or les...

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. — 2 September 1915

Come To The Washington Parish Fair October 14, 15, 16. Catalog And Premium List Free. Get One All kinds of printing-except had. Th~ ~perth ý o a Fine Commercial Job Printing. Th paper the peoe d he Amply equipped to do first-class best advertising medium in Wash book and catalogue work. No job ington Parish. Covers this section too small or too large. Try us, of the country like the dow. Rates reasonable, Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. VOLUME 6. F %-T: i,:,.E, ......,,. FRANKLINTON, LA., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1915 NU ER 23 ---------------- _I_ NUMBEIIRII, 23)()(I . School Oi'ening. The Franklinton High School will open niext Monday morning, Sept. 6. TnC opening exercises will be the following program. 1. Scripture Reading and Prayer by Rev. J. J. Walker. 2. Welcome to the Teachers by J. Vol Brock. 3. The Need of Educated Womanhood by D. R. Johnson, 4. Reading, Miss McMichael. 5. Thoroughness in the Grades, Supt. D. H. Stringfield. 6. Quartette. ...

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. — 2 September 1915

Cbe Qra:1ea~ber. Mrs. J. VOL BROCK, Editor. Lotered as second class matter April 5, 1910 at he post omee at Franklinton, La., under i the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Advertising Rates on Application 1 Address all Communications to Era-Leader, Franklinton, La. Advertisements and subscriptions will be continued at regular rates un- ( ii all past indebtedness is paid up. SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 A YEAR Frrnklinton La., Sept. 2, 1915 Announcements Fnr Clerk of Court %,:,RTER C. WELCH(II R. "'LRT B.AHINGTON M. A. THIGPEN D N MAGEE For Sheriff O. C. STRATMAN R. E. KE ATON E. D. SHER)DAN J. O. ROBERTS '. E. BATEMAN T. J. SIMMONS L. A. BROWN. For Assessor CHARLES L. VARNADO J. M. BYRD G. W. MAGEE SIMEON E. MORRIS For Police Jury Second Ward T. B. ROBERTS G. M. TATE Third Ward HIRAM E. SMITH R. W. KNIGHT Fifth Ward A. C. BANKSTON J. J. CRAIN W. W. BOYLES LEWIS CRAIN For Representative T. E. BENNETT; D. E. BRANCH For Trea!"urer EDWARD MYLES For Coroner DR. J. L. BIROCK To The Voters of IV a.h...

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. — 2 September 1915

Brief "tentuon of Local and Personal Happenings of The Week. Ii? Franklinton, La., Sept. 2, 1915 Mrs. D. H. McCreary is quite the fa sick this week- Easte Miss Willie Mitchell of Boga- and p lusa, visited Mrs. Leila Rayb ºrn Mi' last week. Miss. Mrs. Willie McGehee of Boga- who i lusa visited friends here last T. week. daugl Miss Mary Johnson returned liogal home Monday night after a short here. visit in Bogalusa. Mr Knee Pants for boys up to age ren 14 19 years. The Boston Store. lengt J. S. Brock of New Orleans boa a was here Tuesday. Ou Fred Magee of North Frank linton is right sick this week. T. W. C. Magee of Bogalusa spent Lees Saturday here. take Fall goods are arriving every ant day at the Boston Store. the f Mr. Dunlap and family and teach their guests motored to Boga- No lusa Sunday and spent the day. close The Surprise Store, a store gal h full of surprises all the time will Day. open its doors about Sept. 15th. Trade at the Boston Store and M Miss save money. ' Sis" Miss...

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. — 2 September 1915

Sheriff Sale.--No. 2359. T. B. Erwin& Son, Ltd., Vs. Sol D. Hart Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an Notic0 order of feirre facias issued out of the 26th Judicial District Court of Louisiana, in and for \ ashin;ton Parish, in the above entitlest issued ,;aus ' and to Ite directed. I will proceed to sell at public auction to the las;it and highest I listrict bidder on i.lgton Saturday, Sept. 25, 1915. and to at the principal front door of the court house sell at at Franklinton. La.. between the legal sale hours for judicial sales.the following described highes property, to-wit: Sati South half of the following des cribed property: 80 acres of land more at the or less described as follows: bounded the leI north by lands of Louis James. east the fol and south by lands of Speculators, and wit: west by John Thompson and Sam Five Wilson, being a part of same land ac- in ant quired by Sol D. Hart from II. L. end of Bateman, except 10 acres of land more acres c sr less, descri...

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. — 9 September 1915

Come To The Washington Parish Fair October 14, 15, 16 Catalo And Premium ListFre 7Tetfle1 ____________________________Th e- paper ti e All kinds of printing-except bad. l inet a ri. r Fine Commercial Job Printing. \ esgton ari-h Amply equipped to do first-class oonf try like c LW . book and catalogue work. No job too small or too large. Try us, Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. VOLURANKLINTON, LA., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9 1915 " ASIV I.EADER, ,MTAflI.I·iIE 1000). _____~~~~~~ I' I' .1..iII - U U F Remarkable School Openinl Patrons Show Unusual Interest On Monday morning the school 'fo auditorium was crowded to the th limit even of its standing room1 35 with pupils and patrons for the gr opening of the fifthl session of W, the Franklinton High School. p1 After the call to order by the Pricipal, Prof. W. J. Dunn, the ml audience stood and sang Ameri- sE ca and Louisiana, when Rev. J. si J. Walker read some selections hi from Proverbs and made appro- s' pr...

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. — 9 September 1915

bec tra3Letar. PUBLISHED \'EE1kLY. Mrs. J. VOL BROCK, Editor, tntered as second class matter April5, 1110 at the post oflce st Franklinton, La., under the Act of Congress of March 3, lS'9. Advertising Rates on Application Address all Communications to Era-Leader, Franklinton, La. Advertisements and subscriptions will be continued at regular rates un ii all past indebtedness is paid up. SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 A YEAR Pranklinton La., Sept. 9, 1915 Announcements Fnr Clerk of Court ARTER C. W'ELCH R. 3'3RT BAI lNUTON M. A. THIGPEN DN ACGEE For Sheriff 0.C. STRATMAtN R. E.KEATON E. D. SHERID)AN J. O. RJBERTS T. E. BATEtIAN T. J SIM41O0NS L. A. BROWN. For Assessor CHARLES L. VARINADO J. M. BYRD G. W. M AG F' SIMEON E. MORRIS For Police Jury Second Ward T. B. ROBERTS G. M. TATE Third Ward HIRAM E. SMITH R. W. KNIGHT S, S. THOMAS Fifth Ward A. C. BANKSTON J. J. CRAIN W. 0, BO v'I [S LEWIS CKr IN For Representative T. E. BENINETT D. E. BRA NCH For Trea urer EDWP"D 11,T iS For Coroner DR. J. L. B...

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