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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 5 September 1918

WAGR SAVNGS STAMPS [SSUED BY THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT $1.50 Per Year. Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. $1.50 Per Year FVOLUME 9 :T. ' LEDER, Tn, 1906.. " FRANKLINTON, LA., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1918. NUMBER 2 ... . . . .. . . . .. • •__ •_ _ ul • i l II I l I 1I I l - = ugistratiofl Jay September 12th: aMLL EN FROM 18 TO 45 MUST ENROLL a t, Washington, Aug. 31.-All men 18 to 45 years of age in the Su:ýtineutal Uuited States, except e in the army or navy, or al- a i.dy registered, were summoned r b president Wilson today to n ister for military service on ~ day, September 12. . is estimated that at least j 778,758 men will register this t' e, compared with nearly 10,- t ,000 on the first registration of f a from 21 to 31 on June 5,1917 t those who enroll now, it is esti ted that 2,300,000 will be call for military service in general, bly two-thirds of the numb- V -coming from among the 3,500,- V or more between the ages of C d 21. oeiral March...

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 September 1918

PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Mrs. J. VOL BROCK, Editor. Entered as second class matter April 5, 1910 at the postoftlce at Franklinton, La., under e Act of Counress of March 3. 1879. Adrertising Rates on Application S----------' Address all Communications to The Era-Leader, Franklinton, La. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year...........$1.50 in advance. Six Months ................. 1675 Cents. Four Months............... o Cents. Single Copies................ 5 Cents. Franklinton, La., Sept. 5, 1918 UMy Country 'Tie of Thee, Sweet Land of Liberty." A'NATIONIS STRENGTH ce IS IN ITS FOOD S JPPLY & Eat less -Waste ning jh li Create a Reserve AMERICA PilIST FEED h 120, 000, 000 AILW-E ----- S< No Free Papers. ca bE It has been the policy of The Era-Leader to send the paper, T free of charge, to all ministers of the gospel of whatever creed, lo- Ti Y4 cated in our parish, and to all zo soldiers from this section. The hi government will no longer allow S; us to do this, so those preachers tr and soldi...

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 September 1918

HOW TO SAVE STOCK Kinds of Colic Colic is one of the most common diseases among horses, mules and cattle in this country, and it is the cause of much mortality among valuable animals. There are about six kinds of colic, but Spasmodic and Flatulent Colic are most frequent ly found. Intestinal indigestion causes most of the former 6 kind and intestinal irritation and presence of stomach gases evolved from fermenting food causes the second. These serious ailments can usually be attributed to im proper systems of feeding and an over-indulgence in eating on the part of the animal; also suddeh changes of diet and food swallowed without proper mastigation. IDEAL DRUG STORE Pay Phone . Wile M. Wood Spasmodic Colic, Nighhone 15. ey . Wood Pop.its symptoms and :t J. P. Wood's Franklinton La. treatment, in our SResidence. Franklnton, next adv. Local Items I "rief Mention of Local and Personal H appenings of The Week. Srnklton, La., Sept. 5,1918 ,ti"h mnlrlnton, Lao, Siept 5, 1918 7;" 1U. 8....

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 September 1918

NThe Government First Tremendous as is the present activity in the marshaling of men, food and munitions for cne conduct of the war, the placing of the Bell sys tem unqualifiedly at the disposal of the govern ment has relieved one paramount factor of pre paredness. Every American who wants to.help win this war should bear in mind that private service must give way to government service should emergen cies require that everything be subordinated to the telephone demands of the army, the navy and other representatives of the government. So when the increased business of fall and win ter is reflected in your telephone service by a slow ing down and by more frequent "busy" reports, remember that we are using every means at our command to keep our service up to its usual stand ard. Every available position at our switchboard is occupied and it is difficult to secure additional positions because Uncle Sam's requirements have reduced the available supply of material to the point where manu...

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 September 1918

WAR SAVMGS STAMPS ISSUED BY THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT -  $1.50 Per Year. Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. $1.50 Per Year. VOLUME , ' ;.TON , .I)EIf, .. T ,IIIHI, 1,1ANK. FIANKLINTON, LA., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1918. NUMBER 24. •:iVOLUIME m.. •RS)II SO ram. •I1A, ,,,mln al IRam .u. non hilt/i *nnnn ... Police Jury Proceediiings. -klinton, Washington Parish, La., August 30th, 1918. -e Police Jury of the Parish Washington, La., met in open 'on at the court house in the n of Franklinton, on this the day of August, 1918, at 11 hook A. M., for the purpose of Wing the ballot boxes used at election held in Road District 0of said parish, on the 27th of August, 1918, %nd count the ballots in number and net cast at said election and mining and canvassing the rne thereof; there being a run present. seeent: R. H. Spring, G. M. T. D. Foil, J. R. Leslie, H. Whelan, W. Green, J.C. C. n~, Louis Crain, S. S. Thom- at T. B. ioberts. ca bsent, J. P. Starns. hi Ma...

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 September 1918

Abie ta=1 btat. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Mrs. J. VOL BROCK, Editor. Later'ed as second class matter April 5, 1910 at the. postoflice at i'ranklinton, La., under e Act of Cuugress of March 3, 1879. Ad ertising Rates on Application Address all Communications to The Era-Leader, Franklinton, La. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year............81.50 in advance. Six Months.................. Cents. Four Months ...............4 Cents. Single Copies ................ Cents. Franklinton, La., Sept. 12, 1918. "My Country 'Tis of Thee, Sweet Land of Liberty." A NAlTON'S Jb' 1GTIH IS IN ITS FOOD "'JPPLY Eat ss -W.Ut Wthdg Create a Reserve AMERICA MUST IEED 12, 000, 000 AUJLE P'roclamlation. Whereas, the American Red Cross has asked every commun ity to set aside Tuesday, Sept. 17 as Red Cross Salvage Day, I, C. S. E. Babington, Mayor of Franklinton, issue this, my proc lamation, calling upon all loyal citizens to observe this day by gathering up all waste paper. old bottles, metals and such other junk as might ...

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 September 1918

HOW TO SAVE STOCK Kinds of Colic Colic is one of the most common diseases among horses, mules and cattle in this country, and it is the cause of much mortality among valuable animals. There are about six kinds of colic, but Spasmodic and Flatulent Colic are most frequent ly found. Intestinal indigestion causes most of the former kind and intestinal irritation and presence of stomach gases evolved from fermenting food causes the second. These serious ailments can usually be attributed to im proper systems of feeding and an over-indulgence in eating on the part of the animal; also suddeh changes of diet and food swallowed without proper mastigation. IDEAL DRUG STORE DaytPhone 21. Wiley M. Wood, Prop. Spasmodic ptColic, Night Phone 95. its symptoms and J. P. Wood's Franklinton, La. treatment, in our Residence. next adv. Local Items tWp Mention of Local and Personal Happenings of The Week. g. jS , !N.ymL- VýLN ý L-ý n~alnmklinton, La., Sept. 12, 1918. A in her Wheatless Kitchen she is d...

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 September 1918

Mobilizing a Nation's Fighting Strength Great military cities have sprung up all over the land; and linking these training camps, avia tion fields, coast defenses, naval stations and even most remote points where our forces are gather ing, is the Universal Bell Telephone system-link ing each with the other and all with the depart ments at Washington. Upon the declaration of war the Bell system was placed unreservedly at the disposal of the government, whose already enormous demands for telephone service are continually increasing. Likewise, unprecedented are the service require ments of private business, which necessarily must be subordinated in times of emergency. So far as the local service is concerned we are not only unable to increase our revenue by ac cepting a volume of new business, but we are in the awkward position of seeing our service suffer and our present patrons inconvenienced. The delays and inconveniences due to the conges tion are more embarrassing to us than to Lh...

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 September 1918

I1 O tt SAVIN GS STAM PS ` ~D STATES GOVERNMENT ,50 Per Year. Oficial Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. .50 Per Year. VLUME 9. ;RAI(; AS L 1 2n a 1L ý FRANKLINTON, LA., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1918. NUMBR 25. J uriye J PI'y I'roceedinIgs4. "ranklinton, La., Sept. 6, 1918. SPolice Jury in and for Wash Parish, met in regular session 'Court House in the town of ton, on the above (late witV fllowing members present: R rg, G. M. Tate, T. D. Foil Leslie, G. H. Whelan, Waltlci Louis Crain, S. S. Thoma: . B. Roberts. Absent, J. P. Sminutes of August 2nd, and were read and stood appproveci. motion by Walter Green, see by G. M. Tate, that the Mc Light Company be Wblwei per month beginning June 1i 7ra lights put in jail. Carried. motion by F. M. Tate, see by T. B. Roberts, that a roan o ted as follows: running fron. Oya Road south of Sunny Hill e parish line near J. W. Carter': a distance of approximately jrds. Carried. motion r RIt. H. Spring, sec by G. H. Whelan, that...

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 September 1918

Abe tra=Leaber. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Mrs. J. VOL BROCK, Editor. Lntercd as second class matter April 5, 1910 t the postofflce at Franklinton, La., under e Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. Ad 'ertisinI Rates on Application Address all Communications to The Era-Leader, Franklinton, La. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year...........$1.50 in advance. Six Months........ .......,3 Cents. Four Months. .............40 Cents. Single Copies................. 5 Cents. Franklinton, La., sept. 19, 1918. UMy Country 'Tis of Thee, Sweet Land of Liberty." AVNATIONIS STRENGTH IS IN ITS FOOD SUPPLY Eat Ilss -Wasti uothm Create a Reserve AMERICA iUST iEED 120, 000.000 AIIES A Bona-Fide Siubscri piion List. The manager of the Era Leader has always appreciated the subscribers to the paper. It has been a list, on the whole, of interested will-wishers and sym patbisers, most of whom have realized that it is easier to read a paper than it is to make one; many of whom have cheerfully helped to make it better and t ha...

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 September 1918

Spasmodic Colic Its Symptoms and Cure. Spasmodic Colic is indicated by abdominal pains, the animal, scraping with his fore feet, shifts about, crouches, puts his nose to the flanks, lies down, breathes heavily and sometimes rolls upon the ground. When the first paroxysm is over he usually looks for more food. In aggravated forms the attacks are frequent and increase in severity, causing the animal to dash wildly ab ut in great pain; its eyes are blood shot and staring, nostrils dilated, together with other violent symptoms. These continued pains greatly weaken the ani Smal, paralysis of the bowels sometines sets in and the animal soon dies. The immediate uss of Emmett's Specific, a tea Sspoonful on the tongue every ten or fifteen minutes will re Slieve your animal at once. IDEAL DRUG STORE WILEY M. WOOD, Prop. FRANKLINTON, LA. Local Items r Bief Mention of Local and Personal S Happenings of The Week. SFrmnklinton, La., Sept 19, 1918. School Books for cash at the Ideal Drug Store. :M...

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 September 1918

KRESS MAIL ORDER STORES Send ToDay for This Big "Book of a At Thousand Iaraini' rins. Every Page of This Lare Catalo* FREE Offers UTlimited Savings to fheThfy VERY TKIPFTY WOMAN should send tod y for this Bi aleEbig "DCcl: of a Thousand Dargains," the largest that we have evcr issued. Its many money-saving opportuni o u ties will surely delight everyone trying to economize. 'Thi ?tb c :ary times i3 a sp1Cfl dd virtue, bx:t today it i3 a patr o:c nccessity. This big DARGAill BOOK will en aiwle you to c!othe yourself and famil--to ;secure the most needed household necessitics at the lowest Krcsa bar;ne!i prices. Purchas ing icr our tany stores givco us a tremendous buying power. This, com lined with the !act that we buy and cell for cashs only, enables us to save you money on every purchase. I \ i I PCATU RS FOR YOU IN THIS HanAIN BOOK OUR LIBERAL Indispen l'!. as has been "The Book GUARANTEE of a Thouis.. 1 Pcrgains" in the past, this new catalkg bi-:cr and contains more T7 r-arnnte ...

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 September 1918

AR SAVINGS STAM ANKLINTONr a., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26 1918. NUMBER L, yuL,,,-------------------- - - u-- - ,......, g Liberty D)ay St By Pr.'siident. Washington, Sept. 2).--re'i t Wilson t,(Oday procl:tini d turday, Octo  'r 12. thilt four ndred and twentct-sixth arni ~rsar of the discovery of Amerin as LibertyD)ay, and called up r all citizens to celehr~ate it to titmulate a gt',e''r - ,r rPe : hi S, s ta) 't-e fourth Iiib.rty L,)an. The Presildent'- proelamrltion 4 g llows: -Every ,. I .oit iaiifl'.. whch wr a, fighting tak - rfeesh hold upo1n llur thIught and rpose and makt, it. clearer what end must )0V. and1 what we rust and whit w rmust ,,s ito achieve We now knIow more certainly owe ever knew before why amen brought the great natil,), SgVeernment we love l ,ti *ijtenee, i),era1-c it g' )ws e 'l e ', rV eleo:uer what s1!), ,,~r n,' I orvie. into be A:.eri.ea's i vil' ; t', er to the w ir"l. aThe annivearsary of the di- ry of America must t, h'ref,,ro e for us in thlis ...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 26 September 1918

Abe Era:3beabtr, PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Mrs. J. VOL BROCK, Editor. ,.ntered as second class matter April 5, 1910 t the. postott1ce at Franklinton. La., under e Act of Cougress of March 3, 1879. Ad ertising Rates on Application Address all Communications to The Era-Leader, Franklinton, La. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year............ 1.50 in advance. Six Months .................. 5 Cents. Four Months ...............40 Cents. Single Copies ................ 5 Cents. Franklinton, La., Sept. 26, 1918. "My Country 'Tie of Thee, Sweet Land of Liberty." A NATION S STRENGTH IS IN ITS FOOD SUPPLY Cr ete a Reserve AMIWCA iMUST IEED f120.00. 000 ALUS ES Woman's Liberty Loanii Committee Old Uncle Sam was a peaceable man But he fought when h3 had to, soet He called for whips, and he called for guns, And he called for his fighters three Soldiers, sailors, Buyers of Bonds, Which one are you t says he. Women's Division Fourth Liberty Loan The Women's Committee for the Fourth Liberty Loan met at the Red Cross...

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 September 1918

Spasmodic Colic Its Symptoms and Cure. Spasmodic Colic is indicated by abdominal pains, the animal, scraping with his fore feet, shifts about, crouches, ,puts his nose to the flanks, lies down, breathes heavily and oametimes rolls upon the ground. When the first paroxysm 1 over he usually looks for more food. In aggravated forms the attacks are frequent and increase in severity, causing the uimal to dash wildly ab)ut in great pain; its eyes are blood ot and staring, nostrils dilated, together with other violent rymptoms. These continued pains greatly weaken the ani "i-, paralysis of the bowels sometines sets in and the animal ,.on dies. The immediate uss of Emmett's Specific, a tea nful on the tongue every ten or fifteen minutes will re =eve your animal at once. IDEAL DRUG STORE IEY M. WOOD, Prop. FRANKLINTON, LA. ILocal Items Mention, of Local and Personal gappenings of The Week. aton, La., Sept 26, 1918. 4. i SUnA F vI~lO\ nGmf$;S~ 'Wilson of new Orleans is in the Greenlaw home. ...

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. — 26 September 1918

KRESS MAIL ORDER STORES Send To-Day for This Big "Book of a APosta Thousand Baraini' Brings It , oYou.It ' very Pa eofThis LargeCatalo FREE Offers UnlimitedSwins to the Thri VERY THRIFTY WOMAN should send today for this Value big "Book of a Thousand Bargains," the largest that vaue we have ever issued. Its many money-saving opportuni ties will surely delight everyone trying to economize. Thrift in ordinary times is a splendid virtue, but today it is a patriotic necessity. Thi- big BARGAIN BOOK will en able you to clothe yourself and family-to secure the most needed household necessities at the lowest Kress bargain prices. - Purchas ing for our many stores gives us a tremendous buying power. This, com bined with the fact that we buy aad sell for cash only, enables us to save you money on every purchase. NEW FEATURES FOR YOU IN THIS ARGOAIN BooK OUR LIBERAL Indispensable as has bee.n "The Book GUARANTEE ' \ of a Thousand Bargains" in the past, this new catalog is bigger and contains m...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 3 October 1918

bington Parish Fair tFranklinton, La., tober 16, 17, 18, 19. $i.50 Per Year. Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. $1.50 Per Year. VOLUME 9. A,,,,,,TO W (VA,:.A o um,. FRANKLINTON, LA., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1918. NUMBER 27. WAIIN JO ..ADR ...... ....iRO ad Magee Sends Oversea's News. QnactiveService with the colors rican Expeditionary Force France August 21, 1918. irs. Brock; perhaps you will he surprised, just a line to let you kiumo I am still living and hope are well. tell to start with, this is noth like soldering back in the of course, it is not as bad thave seen it because we are g fine weather now, tho a not saying how hot it is. SI thonght the sun didn't over here, but now I am ughly convinced that it does. ve ust finished a fifteen bike and feel as tho I could esame distance again. ' know, while we are not in nohes, hiking is one of our t points, and I am sure I already done more than my are lots of trains over here, -seems like they are alwa...

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. — 3 October 1918

bFe bra=leaber. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Mrs. J. VOL BROCK, Editor. Entered as second class matter April 5, 1910 the postoflice at Franklinton, La., under e Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. Advertising Rates on Application Address all. Communications to The Era-Leader, Franklinton, La. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year............$1.50 in advance. Six Months ................ 5 Cents. Four Months. .............40 Cents. Single Copies.............. i Cents. Franklinton, La., Oct. 3, 1918. "My Country 'Tis of The., Sweet Land of Liberty."' iA')I'QN'S STRENGTH NITS? 8FOOD SUPPLY create- & aeaerve no), OO~000 AIES B A report was received at The -Hague to the effect that Turkey has asked an armistice of the Allies. Chancellor von Hertling, of the German cabinet, and Foreign Secretary von Hintz have re signed. ---- President Wilson, blindfolded, took the first of 17,000 capsules, No. 322, in the draft lottery on Monday. Bulgaria made a complete sur render to the Allies, Monday, y signing peace te...

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. — 3 October 1918

Spasmodic Colic Its Symptoms and Cure. Spasmodic Colic is indicated by abdominal pains, the animal, scraping with his fore feet, shifts about, crouches, puts his nose to the flanks, lies down, breathes heavily and sometimes rolls upon the ground. When the first paroxysm is over he usually looks for more food. In aggravated forms Sthe attacks are frequent and increase in severity, causing the animal to dash wildly about in great pain; its eyes are blood shot and staring, nostrils dilated, together with other violent symptoms. These continued pains greatly weaken the ani | mal, paralysis of the bowels sometines sets in and the animal : soon dies. The immediale uss of Emmett's Specific, a tea spoonful on the tongue every ten or fifteen minutes will re Slieve your animal at once. IDEAL DRUG STORE WILEY M. WOOD, Prop. FRANKLINTON, LA. - Local tems aptg Mention of Local and Personal Happenings of The Week. :i' I 'iThe Era-Leader. ,akllnton, La., Oct. 3, 1918. OCKS OUT PAIN FIRST ROUND o!f...

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. — 3 October 1918

II The Communication Army A bird's-eye view of the country today would show a mighty panorama of mili tary and industrial activities. Radiating from the National Capitol and from the army and navy centers throughout the land would appear the thousands of telephone lines by which all these vast enter prises are directed and co-ordinated--a veritable maze of wires linking together the camps, yards, fortifications, plants and offices, and swarming with linemen, cablemen and installers, busy with Uncle Sam's existing and ever-increasing demands for telephone service. All this is but a part of the vast work which the Bell system is doing, but among the unfore seen conditions which the war has imposed upon us is the necessity of practically suspending the commercial development of our business. Confronted with an abnormal increase in the use of the telephone and an unprecedented demand for new and additional service, we cannot accept or fill orders except subject practically to an in defi...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
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