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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 12 December 1918

'peace on Earth and Good Will Toward Men." CHEER UP and Buy Drugs From DEAL DRUG STORE gy M..WOOD, Prop. FRANKLINTON, LA. Local items . g'ation of Local and Personal gappenings of The Week. e Era-Leader. La., Dec. 12, 1918. NEURALGIA STACKS NERVES SLiniment scatters in congestion and relieves pain ppIlied without rubbisg, will tely and rest and tbsnerves. . ' "n t is very effective la ains, strains, bruises, e joints, sore muscles, lumba* sciatica, rheumatic twinges big bottle always on hand . Drunggists everywhere. lr Poll Tax. ev Alf6rd of Bush, was in ridaec Da~Ighdrill spent the st d ab her home. fr jeards, tags, seals, cards dE e at Babington's Drug 1pay you cash for your ai and eggs. P e Babington Store. T r to vote at the next election it is necessary ur poll tax before Jan- a 9. tionery in. Xmas pack, a received. ton's Drug Store, Inc. irginia Eaton entertain- f ;Hayes and Miss Craus k dinner Saturday at Hotel.. .o e of good buggies in I  st us supply you. 3  The Babingto...

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 December 1918

_ Christm Christmas! ShopEarly a S Chr, stmas So close is Christmas upon us that you can't afford to wait longer to purchase your gifts. We have, fresh from the market, a most U attractive line of Christmas Goods from which you can select something suited to every member of your family. In Making Our Selections, We Considered I Every Individual From Youth to Old Age. For the Wee "New Comrner" in the home the stork is jealously guarding an array of gifts surpassing anything ever before shown on this market-Dainty Handpainted Articles, including Gift Books, Comb and Brush Sets, Coat and Garment Hangers, Buggy Straps, Etc., Etc. - Toy Town for the children is filled with a collection of own specially chosen Toys, probably the most inter esting and varied lot we have ever had. Don't let the kiddies miss them! Ladies and Misses can make their choice of beautiful Georgette and Crepe de Chine Waists, dainty Camisoles, Silk Hosiery, charming Neckwear, Toboggans and Sweaters, and other artic...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 12 December 1918

ýýp EBY THE ,-, STS j!, LSUPPLEMENT SATýS GOVERNMENT Year. Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. $1.50 Per Year, FRAINON NNEW ERAq, sTLseD 1888. FRANKLINTON, LA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1918. NUMBER 37 R ASIIINGTON LEADERA snTAuLID s108. -------- ;. Ia Make this a Red Cross Christmas The happiest, merriest Christmas, the world ever knew is almost here. But in the rejoicings of peace and freedom there is one note of seriousness that SAmerica must not forget-- there is I misery and distres aand sickness all Swr: over the world. Relief must be given. 0 The work of the Red Cross MUST go on. And to carry on, the Red Cross MUST utton . /have the support of your membership. W yee i "pA m r c ship button when y w inow ~/ llyouneedisahedtandd.do bolydr oit THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY n: . WASHINGTON BANK & TRUST COMPANY SFRAKLINION ANGIE BOGALUSA * . . !!/!it II I • ""

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 12 December 1918

S SAVINGS STAMPS SUPPLEMENT STATES GOVERNMIENT Per Year. Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. $1.50 Per Year, LUME 9. ASHINTONNW ER, T,.A.:..Di. FRANKLINTON, LA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1918. NUMBER 37. WALSIIINGTON LEADER, 18TAULSttg I00, Make this a Red Cross.Christmas The happiest, merriest Christmas the world ever knew is almost here. But in the rejoicings of peace and freedom A there is one note of seriousness that - America must not forget-there is  misery and distress and sickness all over the world. Relief must be given. The work of the Red Cross MUST go on. • And to carry on, the Red Cross MUST Button '/ have the support of your membership. Will you be wear. 'ing your member* S01 t t-Red Cr s ship button whe in the boyebs come yogPwi.ow J -allyouzwedis Oherrw adlz do/lOI Jjob MiU Is SPACe CONTRIBUTED BT WASHINGTON BANK & TRUST COMPANY FRANKLINTON ANGIE BOGALUSA .'Ive -ie si % ,r.  y,,, .:;be.+.. Win --_.:. - .

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 12 December 1918

'COCNTRAST RED CROSS OF 1918 AND HORRORS OF CIVIL WAR TIMES Survivors of 1861 Battles Tell of Need for "Humanity Army," and Their Stories Show Necessity for Enrolling All in Christmas Roll Call. )(I0 15 I I - t summon · or : you to thep ,i TD C(OS5 CiPISThAS COLL CALL DEC. 16Tro3 1ev. A.GORDON BAVEWVE LL., -'",r t g NEW ORLEANS.-"Red Cross dur ing the Civil wae? Why, bless you, there was no such th.ng--nor any oth er organization to rc;ieve the suffering and distress of the wounded soldiers." And Rev. Gordon Bakewell sighed deeply and there was a break in his voice us he reviewed those days of warfare In which he took so active a part. "With due respect to our boyS, they will never see war a4 we have seen it," continued Reverend Bakewell, "thanks to the noble work of the Red Cross. In those days there were more who died through ignorance, lack of proper attention, and avoidable disease than from the Yankees' bullets. As for those that were killed, their lot was fortt nate compared t...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 12 December 1918

'CONTRAST RED CROSS OF 1918 AND HORRORS OF CIVIL WAR TIMES Survivors of 1861 Battles Tell of Need for "Humanity Army," and Their Stories Show Necessity for Enrolling All in Christmas Roll Call. SI summon . .i i::Iii:; i iii comrsdesk i QO LL CA/LL DEC.16To23 Rev.A.6ORDON BA EWE LL '" Yu fbtclIpiilasI QoLL-er n's - R --Jc ' NEW ORLEANS.-"Ried Cross dur-; Trn ing the Civil wae? Wyhy, bless you, 18E there was no such lhing-nor any oth- wo er organization to rt:ieve the suffering act and distress of the wounded soldiers." the And Rev. Gordon Bakewell sighed ] deeply and there was a break in his wi voice as he reviewed those days of Be warfare in which he took so active a th part. th "With due respect to our boyS, they m will never see war a4 we have seen it," th continued Reverend Bakewell, "thanks no to the noble work of the Rbd Cross. th In those days there were more who at died through ignorance, lack of proper w: attention, and avoidable disease than w from the Yankees' bullets. As ...

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 December 1918

SSAVING S STAMPS STATES GOVERNM 1ENT ~ er Year. Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. $1.50 Per Year, YE 9. "^ AESIN, NTo TAD.R 5 ..,,.. FRANKLINTON, LA., THURSDAY, DECEM BER 19, 1918. NUMBER 38. OLUMEO 9.LEADER, 3WrHtIShU D 1900. RED CROsAden ul*t hLovejoy Stirs Audience. _.ity minute talk in the fluditorium Thursday after  Lovejoy did more per all previous agencies _to put the Red Cross lly in the hearts of the and she bears the distino .leaving even the tired _ business men of the regretting that she talk on to the close of ow even more of the t are being relieved by most wonderful of the humanitarian enterprises. y cannot be success for the charm and ef er address lay, not in the facts and conditions that g relieved by the 1e.d Cross, but in the anner in which she lived to the vital happenings ye since the Red Cross ibt to the relief of both -and civilians upon the fields of France and the civilian population where 500,000 men, children, all hungry,...

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 December 1918

Clean Food For Less Money o;n ill b intPeate in kn~- Come and see our Sherer Sanitary Counter--it assures ing that lue haiue installe a O1er you CLEAN bulk goods. Carefully protected and in perfect condition. tanitar5 Gntrexg irntux. It is not enough that provisions are pure and unadulter- You are proud of the spotless; spick-and-span neatness of ated. Dirt, flies, insects, animals or promiscuous handling your kitchen. ltis means that ie ean sell g~u may easily contaminate the purest food and make it unfit We are proud of the way we protect the food until it oes for use. into your kitchen. It is to not only insure you clean foo bulk feaes, uatnntene fXelt and Let others do as they may. We are taking no chances. that we have put in this handsome Sherer counter, but to rean, at later ires 1tann amkage We have bought this Sanitary Counter because we believe save you time-to make our service more prompt, and to it furnishes absolute protection to our goods. enable you to see at a gla...

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 December 1918

gow different the spirit with which we usher in 1919 than ith which we greeted the present year. j A year ago we were held fast in the throes of war--strug. toward the light of Peace with an unwavering determin. n to overcome the obstacles which held us back ! SWe have triumphed! We have concentrated our efforts and put our hearts into fuolillment of that determination. .'he light of Peace ,could have fallen upon the world at no appropriate time than Christmas. "Peace on earth, S.will to man" holds for us a new significance; we appre its meaning as never before. With Peace comes Prosperity. ; Although the present year was a good one for the Ideal SStore and its many customers, we feel that we can look 4 with them to even greater prosperity dnring 1919. It is in a epirit of congenial friendliness and hearty co .tion that the Ideal Drug Store says to its customers C,Oristmas blessings, and a year of unprecedented good to you." AL DRUG STORE Franklinton, La. iOCal Items WtoD of Local ...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 19 December 1918

Christmas! Christmas! Shop Christmas! Shop So close is Christmas upon us that you can't afford to wait longer to purchase your gifts. We have, freshlfrom the market, a most attractive line of Christmas Goods from which you can select something suited to every member of your family. In Making Our Selections, We Considered Every Individual From Youth to Old Age. For the Wee "New Comer" in the home the stork is jealously guarding an array of gifts surpassing anything ever before shown on this market-Dainty Handpainted Articles, including Gift Books, Comb and Brush Sets, Coat and Garment Hangers, Buggy Straps, Etc., Etc. Toy Town for the children is filled with a collection of specially chosen Toys, probably the most inter esting and varied lot we have ever had. Don't let the kiddies miss them! Ladies and Misses can make their choice of beautiful Georgette and Crepe de Chine Waists, dainty Camisoles, Silk Hosiery, charming Neckwear, Toboggans and Sweaters, and other articles too numerou...

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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. — 19 December 1918

mB SAVrGS STAMPS 'SUPPLEMENT STATKUNES Gbe2zNMEeNtber. Per Year. Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. $1.50 Per Year, ,.Q 9 AN,,INON NEW SERAM s...u.8!,U. FRANKLINTON, LA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1918. NUMBER 38. x9 WASHINGTON LEADER, IUSADU D 1906. ~CL~--L---~--'--------c---~--! jI "' I Fly your ic ý The work of the Red Cross must go on-it will Sigo on, andyou must make i.s it possible. {This is Red Cross Wek. It is the only opportunity you will have Aa m .m Rsd to join the Red Cross, for Cross on your Ba Sor a o.. ne o f yo u th e year 1919, or to re l ... ro. e 1 new your old member ship. As soon as you join and . .V... get your flag, put it in the ''.:1 front window of your home-let all the world You .t a bun, tTo, know you are a member * t 0 COAT. of that great organization Red Cross workers have de. of humanity and that you finitelinstructions not toencour- are proud to belong. age any one to join more than once. When you wear your bCttsn it let...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 19 December 1918

WAR SAVINGS STAMPS b U PPLEMENT SIATES GOVERNMENlT Per Year. Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. $1.50 Per Year, 9.- "". ooNTNw",LAD RUT.,..... .. FRANKLINTON, LA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1918. NUMBER 38. vw.AWJ 9 ASI~iGON LEaDWRo UTrrA3aUtD 1086. . . p i • i Ni I a in n u • a il I I~m l • • I III I u • I l i NI S I F I II n N I I I m I I u I mi lS n I I N I I U ii " I • - - I your --· M The work of the Red SCross must go on-it will goon, and you must make it possible. V f f JThis is Red Cross Week. It is the only ." opportunity you will liave cadE a.. Re to join the Red Cross, for s Oe, of ur- the year 1919, or to re ,d ailý who i a i 11! * ". , new your old member ship. !, As soon as you join and get yourlag, put it in the front window of your .home-let all the world You pet abannO, Twm know you are a member 0 .U - A ON of that great organization Red Cress workers have de- of humanity and that you Sfniteinstructionsnottoeccour- are proud to belon...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 19 December 1918

CMFORTS, SMILES AND CAKE F LIKE MOTHER USED TO MAKE Thus Every Red Cross Canteen Becomes a Bit of Home for Our Soldiers in France. -I What could possibly be more glad- 'rail dening than the sight of real Ameri- the can doughnuts, hunks of luscious pie,- roo real hunks? Nothing-unless it might lou be the sight of an honest-to-goodness whi American girl. And the combination the of the three, and maybe a couple of rol' mugs of good hot coffee thrown in for spr good measure--nobody but a really mo tired, hardworked Yank can really ap predate this food for the gods and list comfort for the heart of man. car "It ain't the coffee nor the pie nor poi the doughnuts, not even the pretty sol girls," ý.sd one young soldier; "It is an the sight of a woman who looks like wa your mother-with her little cap a an, trifle asle;v sometimes, and maybe a cli lock of hair straightened out of curl, na just like mother used to have hers is come when she was hurrying too hard he -that's the thing that makes...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 19 December 1918

MFORTS, SMILES AND CAKE ~ LIKE MOTHER USED TO MAKE Thus Every Red Cross Canteen Becomes a Bit of Home for Our Soldiers in France. What could possibly be more glad- ralir dening than the sight of real Ameri- the can doughnuts, hunks of luscious pie,-- roon real hunks? Nothing-unless it might loun be the sight of an honest-to-goodness whil American girl. And the combination ther of the three, and maybe a couple of rolli mugs of good hot coffee thrown in for spri good measure-nobody but a really mos tired, hardworked Yank can really ap- M1 preciate this food for the gods and lists comfort for the heart of man. can "It ain't the coffee nor the pie nor I por the doughnuts, not even the pretty sold girls," said one young soldier; "It Is an a the sight of a woman who looks like was yoer mother-with her little cap a and trifle askew sometimes, and maybe a clut lock of hair straightened out of curl, nan just like mother used to have hers is i come when she was hurrying too hard her -that's 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. — 26 December 1918

D STATES GOVERNMENT ISSUED BY THE (O Per Year. Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. $1.50 Per Year, . FRANKLINTON NEW ERA, rTAILInED 1988, UM 9. WASHINGTON IEADER, .TA.n.nrD 1006. FRANKLINTON, LA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1918. N E 39. 5 -1nm iu n an n au uB n. Prince Willie m On Fool Americans. pi following letter from the C Prince to his "Pappa", Bill, was sent to the Jack ~ News by S.'I. Carson, ;5Jackson: is bhe Run, Somewhere in cc or t 2 timbes. a; ppa: id Sriting you on the run, brave and glorious soldiers in _)y command have not seen W e for so long that they U rted that way, and of in lam going mit them. Oh, w aore has been some offel m happened here in France. I started on my offensive ec was to crush the fool e, but doy do know so ni tary tacties dat dey will tv jashled just like I want ec sent my men in the fight vex,, and when they got S; Americans dey all say te 'as loud as dey could 3( - ell, according to what 21 always told me, de Amer...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 26 December 1918

Tbe Q(rayLbeaer. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Mrs. J. VOL BROCK, Editor. Eoteretl as second class matter April 5, 1910 the postofflce at Frank'inton, La., under e Act of CongrCss of Mar';h 3. 1879. Adertising Itates on Application Address all Communications to The Era-Leader, l ranklinton, La. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year...........$1.50 in advance. Six Months ..................75 Cents. Four Months...........4....0 Cents. Sihogle Copies................. 5 Cents. Franklinton, La., Dec. 26, 1918. "My Country 'Tie of Thee, Sweet Lane of Liberty." IF YOU WISH TO VOTE In Parish, State or Na tional Elections in 1920 you must Pay Your Poll Tax for 1918 on or befre December 31, 1918 DO IT NOW! Do not w:; it to pay Poll Tax and Real Estate Tax at same time. Poll Taxes must be paid on or before December 31 Real estate tax can be paid later For a good every d -y househol angel, give u, a wo nan wh,) lau ghs. Home is not a battlefild, nor life one long u)ending riow. A trick of always ~,,eing the bri ght...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 26 December 1918

1918---1919 SHow different the spirit with which we usher in 1919 than glat with which we greeted the present year. " ' A year ago we were held fast in the throes of war--strug. ,gfling toward the light of Peace with an unwavering d etermin .tion to overcome the obstacles which held us baek ! We have triumphed! We have concentrated our efforts and put our hearts into 'he fulfillment of that determination. The light of Peace could have fallen upon the world at no aeore appropriate time than Christmas. "Peace on earth, io:de.will to man" holds for us a new significance; we appre te its meaning as never before. With Peace comes Prosperity. Although the present year was a good one for the Ideal g Store and its many customers, we feel that we can look ward with them to even greater prosperity during 1919. It is in a Fpirit of congenial friendlinesa and hearty co ration that the Ideal Drug Store says to its customers "Christmas blessings, and a year of unprecedented good ne to you." EAL D...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 26 December 1918

SGreat Demonstration of • F ordson Tractorsi Grounds adjoining Armory, Avenue B SBOGALUSA, LA .,I ISaturday, Dec. 28th, From 9:00 A. M. to 3:00 P. M. See the most wonderful Farming Machine ever invented. Z It's worth coming many miles to see this demonstration. ilZ IlElIli• l i 4 There are more than 35, )000 Fordson Tractors now º in use. Being small, light and economical, the "Fordson" Tractor is adapted for use on Ssmall farms, as well as on º the largest. It will pull all º farm implements and do the work generally done by horses on the farm. º Before placing this tractor Son the market it has been º tried out under farming con ditions in all parts of the country and abroad. It is the result of long and exten Ssive experiments conducted º by Henry Ford. This is to be the Greatest Meeting for Farmers Held in Years. Make your plans to attend this demonstration and meeting. Tell your friends and neighbors. The farmers of Washington and St. Tammany Parishes and Pearl River and Mari...

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 January 1919

W.S.S.. WAR SAVINGS STAMPS ISSUED BY THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT $1.50 Per Year. Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Tpwn of Frankllnton. $1.50 Per Year, 0LUME 9. IM1"ATON LEDER. : IU:In::: FRANKLINTON, LA., THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1919. NUMBER 40. E TO a BaND.ON DISTRICT SYSTEM a, Hlarris Writes Purish ool Boards that Now Is rthe Time to Adopt New Plan, ton Rouge, La., Dec. 25.-In of the fact that on Nov. 5 Ilectorate of Louisiana gave public school system of the constitutional funds mater greater than those hereto the disposal of the schools, Superintendent of Educa iarris is writing to all parish 1 board members and parish rintendents, suggesting that is the time to abandon the t plan of raising mainten funds." e system has served its ,and we would now place it nently behind us,'.' he says. uld think that every par Tihe state would be glad to Sproper method of proce a for you to determine the r of mills, not to ezceed 5 that will b3 required in to your permanent funds int...

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 January 1919

bE ýrac1eacber. PUB $HEb WEEKLY. 's .° J. VOL BROCK, Editor. Entered as second class matter April 5, 1910 the postofice at Franklinton, La., under e Act of Congress of March 8. 1879. Ad'ertising Rates on Application Address all Communications to The Era-Leader, Franklinton, La. SUBSCRIPTION BATES: One Year............$1.50 in advance. Six Months..................75 Cents. Four Months................40 Cents. Single Copies ............... 5 Cents. Franklinton, La., Jan. 2, 1919. "My Country ?Ti of Thes, weet Land of Liberty." Better Roads. In providing work for discharg. ed soldiers and sailors and muni tion workers, road building offers a solution of many problems. The United States as a whole is behind most foreign countries in the matter of good highways. Poor roads are a reason for high prices of farw produce in many bases. They are a reason why more automobiles are not purchas ed and used. They are a reason for heavy upkeep cost of vehicles of all kinds. They are a cause of many...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
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