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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 19 December 1912

I, Official Journal of Washington Parish and the)Town of Franklinton. VOLUME 3. A:nKINTO: NFW ER.A 3R**AmUU FRANKLINTON, LA., TURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1912. ER 8 WAIIIour Poll Tax Beore Janu 1st ay Your Poll Tax Before January 1st, 1s3 Police Jury Proceedings. Franklinton, La., Dec. 3.-The Police Jury in and for the parish 'f Washington met in regular mssion at the courthouse on the .above date with all members ,present. Meeting called to order by the ,.President and the following Mausiness was transacted. miinutes of previous meeting Sand approved. ' On motion and carried the oJmathwest corner room up-stairs ")the courthouse was turned ii-r to District Attorney J. Vol OCk for his office. On motion and carried the en r o the Great Southern mber Co. was authorized to ine the Columbia road at Bogalusa and make a rt of the conditions of same. motionand carried R. E. was authorized to have d.e built over Peter's creek ?tº rkern Road. (Ou motion and carried reslu ging the specifications ube...

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 1912

Ibe Crag.tabtr. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Mrs. J. VOL BROCK, Editor. _ @aMo claa matter ApDrl 5. 1910 aM uSii at nansrlon, Ia., uoer Asb laruh ,. 18a9. on Application unieations to inton, La. d subscription `regular rates un* S1s is paid up. ON $1.00 A YEAR La., Dee. 19. 1912 j~k~EICb4 Reid Dies. London. " ec. 15-Whitelaw Reid, the American ambassador to GreatBritain since 1805, died at his t!esidence, Dor cbesteir` ~ rtly after noon tday  y oedama. The o0 4riite peacenful; Mrs. aei r daughter Mrs. Jo Ward, were at the bed : The m biý d been un conscio usn, o'clock in the mofrn intervals ,during the Gwenty four ours he Tilghtly de lirlous, as the drugs admini. eo sleep. S ir W, physician to the ' R called in last wee: ~eid's ill ness becami nd his regu lar physician, iam Hale White, lssnuid `wing as to thecause ofd, "A fortalghtf' te American amb bht bronchial attack iothers, from Wbhich at consid raibleWednesday  M:';:< dand the . jo ms became MY. ; t to extreme RioN Horatio M...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 19 December 1912

L1ocaI 'Items LOr~? C -ICI 111 8?-" -?-~ I BrMention of Local and Personal Happenings of The Week. !9 1 N'ý '' ,"ý,Ly; _L ' /-. L'~ L Lý Lýý L"ý Lt, 34 - --1 FRANKLTNTON, LA, DEC. 19, 1912 H. W. Magee of ,Varnado, was here last week. Dolls, dolls, dolls! To please all the little Misses L. H. Magee, Miss Nelie Dobson spent Mon day and Tuesday in the Crescent City. Nothing to it when it comes to Bargains. The Boston Store is at the front, Misses Nina Hood and Lucille I Magee went to New Orleans Saturday. Mrs. L. W. McDougall was a guest of Mrs. J. B. Chandler at Bogalisa Monday. Mrs. J. M, Stanland and little I Marion D. were week-end guests of Mrs Jasper Brock. Meet us at the Boston Store g Dec. 14th. and don't forget your Pocket-book. Boston Store. J. M, Stanland was called to oi North Carolina, last week by the death of his mother. Dainty and appropriate Christ- p mas presents in our Gift Books. S Babington's Drug Store. Mrs. E. C. Scott, who has been E visiting in Texas for some t...

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 December 1912

Th ROYAL STANDARD TYPE WIER GUAIE DI 1' THE NEW' 5 ROYAL comes to you with the \ Giuarantee Ta t the Royal StandardYPewitx unconditional it will do highest grade work is i-ghe-, gr , for a longer tim upkeep expense than machines usually listed at cent higher in price.t "any" other typewriter. This GuarantelI; Ily attached to every New Model '""! " ",. Royal just see it in the illustration. Back of this gua are the resources and experience of one of the largest and most important typewriter manufacturing concerns in the world. Do you think we would dare make such a guarante did not know that the ROYAL has the simphlcity and durability to outclass any other NEW MODEL THE NEW No.  (latest model of any typewriter on the market) has two-color ribbon, tabulator, back-spacer and all the worth-while features of the highest priced machines --yet sells for only $75. S4LLUSTRATED BOOK FREE Write at once fi some 82-page "ROYAL BOOK," and get the facts about the best built typewriter i Soy Typ...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 26 December 1912

,-"-- -" - ~-, ; ýW . -.q r -a' v- . . ,rHN4- >, - : - I, F,: I' A" ------_______Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town'ocnnkllnton. r zayOLUE 3. RU am FAKITN 5 7.. FL__aI____KIIN""I'O -"ý_W ýý°__ r_ FRAý'VK___LA. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2h,'1912. SYourPlTax Bef Jauary is ... N U" ·L . . •' 4Y `'; Naming the Al!igater. The award of Pries to the Bdefc i ies for whom names bý proposed for the Aulli R a and the name selected for it. Decembe; 17, 1912. a The n ming committee was !om1posed of -MR, F. M. BROWN, Chairman ' MR. W,. A. ERWIN "D, J. L. BROCK j MR. L. W. McDOUGALL - MR. L. B. RENARD ' T Failing to agree on any nate ' contained in the list, it was dE. cided unanimously that eachi y Soommitteenman should select ta lett8e from any name of the list ' fournished anid spell out a name f with the' five letters pelected. : 'ls resulted in accepting S ., TR A-MP" ~. Smas the most suitable name for si the alliitor.. Is I&. WS. further agreed that to y beneficiary whos...

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 December 1912

_ire tJra-Iater. PUBLIHED WEEKLY. ore J..VOL BROCK, Editor. £oes* asoond clau tatser April 5, 101 S *t*e p e$ . M ru.aklhnsoa. L.. under . S o!CaOnrree ofMh0.1 0 l m11 Advertising Rates ý o Address all ri.-Leader, Frann Advertisements . ua will be continued UI all past indeb SJUnlPln TiON * . AR ýrankilntes, L&, venire.v ' List No. 1, for first gin* ning Jan. 13, 1 No. Name . Ward. 1. Jeff Ard Sr... 5. 2. H.T. Fussell 2. 8. Geo. Spencerii 4. 4. L. W. Summe .ri 8. 5. G. C.Phillips ........ 4. 6 .J. W. .Sylvest...,. ... 3. 7.. Isaac Talley ....' .. 4, 8. .1Spurlock.... .. 2. f 9. L. A. Simmons. { 10. P. E. Greenlaw. . ... 11. T. L. Corkern.... ý.. 5. 12 Alva Simmons.. -. 2. `N 18. D. Waskom.. e i , 14. J. M. Crain, 5. 15. Wm. J. Cral .. 186E. W. Brock.... 17. T. D. Poil. . .. ... 18. James Ott...i. 11. F. M. Johnson..,..::2. , . T., A. Fiser ... : . S.. Lane Talley ....... 4. 22. I. A. Hinson ..... ' 2. i 8. Luclea (Wik..... 2. It E. e. Bankstoa 1. 25. Wiley Pierce. .. 8. 25. Jo...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 26 December 1912

Local Items Brief Mention of Local and Personal - Happenings of The Week. PRANKLINTON, LA, DEC. 26, 1912 Miss Nannie Bickhanm of Hio.- versity, and galusa is the guest of Mrs. F. of Lafayette M. Brown. holidays at b Miss Lela Magee and Wiley Mrs. G. W, Wood of Amite City are visiting at her home relatives here this week. 6 to 10 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. J. A.'.Weakley and Mrs, W. of Sunny Hill are guests of Mr. sonville. Mrs, I. L. Pope this week. Daily new Mrs. C. C, Simmons left Sun- etc, consta day for Woodville; where she ders taken I will spend Christmas with her novels rente parents, ilege exten. Mrs. J. C. Denman and child ren left Tuesday for a few days On Sature visit with her parents at :Smith- following de burg, Miss. from our lit Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Smith and day season: daughter, Georgia spent Christ- son, Natcbi tnas Day here with Mr. and Mrs. Griffith, P J. N, Simmons. Ball. Angte Free reading privilege is given Francisco, to patrons who occupy the tables After thi in the re...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 26 December 1912

The V A ' STANDARD . S-.TY PEWR RIR sOf O o. 5 ROYAL comes to you with the G iuarantoe n that it will do highest grade work adRoyaf Stefaet grde ni ms rr s rdllfuh Io rade mn - for a l1 less upkeep expense than machines i-sbaf-&, a usuall . a per cent higher in price. l;e,_- tI. t,,era °-.,* ,ýý' . * any other typewriter , -ctually attached to every New Model ay you see it in the:illustration. Back of ntee are the resources and experience of one of the largest and most l portant tyPe ianufacturing concerns in the world.' Do you think we would dare make auchfa guar Le if we did not know that the ROYAL has the simplicity and durability to outcolass any other machinc' e'* '" : NEW MODEL $( N 5 RoYA, (latest model of any typewriter on the market) has two-color S"spacer and all the worth while features of the highest priced machines --yet sells for' 5.. . S.ILLUSTRATED BOOK FREE t '. '.-'V i tieW '.our handsome 32-page "ROYAL BOOK," and get the facts about the bu.ý_ilt ýdworld. : ...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 2 January 1913

Oflicial Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. VOLUME 3. ,RANKLINTON,A ,, . m=-oma FRANKLINTON, LA., THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1913. I it I • IlK WASHI NGTO1N14 I.XN R l mi mna mI"1t1mn& lnnDmINl• i Thirty-Eight Convicted of Dynamite Conspiracy. Indianapolis, Dec. 28.--The United States government, with stern and decisive swiftness, to day took into its possession thirty-eight union labor officials, convicted of conspiracy of pro moting explosions on non-union work throughout the land, of aiding in the destruction which brought loss of life at jLos Ange les, Cal., and of carrying on a "reign of terror" declared to be unparalleled in the history of the country. Almost the entire executive staff of the International Associ ation of Bridge and Structural Iron,Workers were acqnvicted. Only two officials of the union now remain out of jail. At the head of the list of those convict ed stands Frank M. Ryan, the president. It was of this union, with 12, 000 members, that...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 2 January 1913

bet tra-Ieaber. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Mrs. J.VOL ROCK, Editor. Siateret 30co0 cliae matter April 5, 1910 at te pao oboe at mFraklinton, La., under Ste Aot of Coagres of lMsrob . 1879. Advertising Rates on Application Address all Communications to Era-Leader, Franklinton, La. Advertisements and subscriptions will be continued at regular rates un Sil all past indebtedness is paid up. SUBSCRIPTION 81.00 A YEAR Prankllnton, La., Jan. 2. 1913 Notice to Bondsmen. To those who are charged with any infraction of the law and who are out on bail, also to the those who are sureties on any bond for the appearance of any one at the next term of court. It is my purpose as well as my sworn duty, to track the law in all cases coming before the court and if any one fails to ap pear without legal excuse, his bond will be forfeited and his surities will be compelled to make good the bond. I give this notice at this time that there may be no misunderstanding in the future. It will be too late tolook for yo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 2 January 1913

B Local Items . Brief Mention of Local and Personal - S Happenings of The Week. r, FRANKLTNTON, LA, JAN. 2t 1913 eReaders a ,Jlappy and 1rosperous /ew Year 1913. Joe. N. Magee we are sorry to say is quite sick again, with in plurisy. Well! Well! The Great Xmas M 8ale at the Boston Store is still going on. Mrs. Jewel Bickham of Clifton de visited here the latter part of last week. ile Elbert Morgan spent the week end with his parents in Brook haven, Miss. Little Miss Velma Magee is th spending the week with relatives Bi at Spring Bill. Now is the time to buy your se shoes at the big sale at the Boston Store. W Misses Edith and Ernestine da Wood are spending this week re with relatives in Rio. pa wl Only a few days more to at- At tend the Great Christmas Sale at the Boston Store. Mrs. 0. E. Brock and two little le, bons, of Mt.Herman, visited rela- th tives here last week. on Mrs. John Alford Jr. returned PU Sunday from a visit to her wl parents at Lake Charles. in1 Miss Myrtle Wood e...

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 January 1913

The ROYAL STANDARD TYPEWRITER -IS- GUARANTEED! ,. THE NEW MODEL NO. 5 ROYAL comes to you with the "Guarantee unconditional guarantee that it will do highest grade work r e ote for a longer time at less upkeep expense than machines ans hu ,. fl@t it wil do woAc of the usually listed at 33 1-3 per cent higher in price. Qaty f ,r a . any other typewriter, This Guarantee is actually attached to every New Model )'"h"",m"' Royal just as you see it in the illustration. Back of this guarantee are the resources and experience of one of the largest and most important typewriter manufacturing concerns in the world. Do you think we would dare make such a guarantee if we did not know that the ROYAL has the simphcity and durability to outclass any other machine? NEW MODEL THE NEW NO. 5 ROYAL (latest model of any typewriter on the market) has two-color ribbon, tabulator, back-spacer and all the worth while features of the highest priced machines -yet sels for only $75. ILLUSTRATED BOOK FREE W...

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. — 16 January 1913

be Rra-ieabr. Oficial Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. VOLUME 3, .VRANKMToo NNEW sAm, ".au9 FRANKLINTON, LA., THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1913. EE a..........- - - I- Wm Rockefeller Is Best Dod gr of Subplloenas In Whole Wall Streef Bunch. Doctors Say He Is Too III To Be Bothered By The United States At This Time. The government has just staged a fine mystery melodrama in New York. The Pujo money trust investigation committee wanted William Rockefeller, brbther of John D. The investi gators suspected that he might know something about high finance. They had hauled Morgan over the coals, and raked lessor lights good and plenty, but they could not find John D's brother Bill, though a bunch of subpoena. servers had been hunting him for several months. At last Uncle Sam ¢ot mad and a whole battalion of detec tives, deputy sheriffs and as sorted sizes of sleuths were nut on Bill's trail. They have be sieged his swell Fifth avenue mansion, and thrown guards around the h...

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. — 16 January 1913

Ibe bra=Ieae.`. PUBLISHED WEEKL'. Mrs. J.,VOL BROCK, Editor. Lnleredl as SCCOD class mrtter Apsil 5. 1910 at bthe post oltle at Franklinton, ra., under ire Act of 'onlress of 1arceh :f. 1810. Advertiiing I,:rtý' uon A rluliCatii)nD Address all (cnloill: nic; ations to Era-Leader, Frank linton, La. Advertisements :,nd sulscrIiptins will be continuvd at regular taes in tii all past indebitcdnss is paid up. SUBSCRIPTION .' 'EAR Franklinton, La., Jan. I. 1913 IS S(C'I(E)IN(:. Notwithstanding the fact that it is new and necessarily iaFre or less crude, the pvrcelk podt service is vindicating the value of its existence and the wisdom of those whose insistent domands created it. Its rates-- ntably on short distance packages--need overhauling and reductions, and it can be simplified in other di rections, but with all its defects. it meets with a fair degree of efficiency, the purpose of its cre ation. The parcels post is part of a comprehensive scheme of rural betterment; its chief pur pose...

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. — 16 January 1913

Local Items Brief Mention of Local and Personal Happening. of The Week. 'RANKLTNTON LA, JAN. 16, 1913 Zack Lee of Bogalusa visited here Sunday. J. C. Rimes of Tylertown was in town Tuesday. M. W. Ott spent a few days in New Orleans last week. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Simmons visited Tylertown Sunday. NOTICE-I am applying for pardon. Felber Crow. Mrs. Gann of Bogalusa, visited Mrs. G. W. Goodbee this week. Well! Well! Thp Great Xmas Sale at the Boston Store is still going on. H. D. Ott of Bogalusa, spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Ott. Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Jones were Crescent City visitors the first of the week. Bargains were never so great as now at the Big Sale at the Boston Store. Mrs. L. D. Greenlaw has just recovered from a very stubbornt attack of La Grippe. Mr. and Mrs. Lippencott re- r turned Saturday from a two l weeks stay in New Orleans. , The next attraction in the t Lyceum Course is Prof. Charles t Lane, Humorist, January 22nd. ' Edward Hamilton, of Winn, Ark., was a w...

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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. — 16 January 1913

The OYAL STANDARD TYPEWRITER w GUARANTEED! uZ THE NEW MODEL NO. 5 ROYAL comes to you with the Guarantee That the Royal SadraJTypmtftP unconditional guarantee that it will do highest grade work K obtnb and by he for a longer time at less upkeep expense than machines fo-ri a usually listed at 33 1-3 per cent higher in price. o This Guarantee is actually attached to every New Model 1,W,,.'. Royal just as you see it in the illustration. Back of this guarantee are the resources and exoerience of one of the largest and most important typewriter manufacturing concerns in the world. Do you think we would dare make such a guarantee if we did not know that the ROYAL has the simphlicity and durability to outclass any othter machine? NEW MODEL THE NEW NO. 5 ROYAL (latest model of any typewriter on the market) has two-color ribbon, tabulator, back-spacer and all the worth while features of the highest priced machines -yet sells for only $75. ILLUSTRATED BOOK FREE Write at once for our handsome 3...

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. — 23 January 1913

Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. VOLUME3. 3 FRARLI ..O;,, ....E...TAHwH..JfM*. -. FRANKLINTON, LA., THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1913. NUMBER 43 Drink Kills One: Other I Stupefied. Monroe, La., Jan. 16.--Em ployes of the lockls and dam hoe- a low the city to dlay made a l rue- I' some discovery when they caught S an old houseboat floating down C the river. In the boat was the ) dead body of1 John D)aLy, and ti clase by him lay Tuon 4 'Neal; in o a stupor fron liquor. Tlie boat A was towed in and fastened, l and the sheriff and coroner noti- fr fied. Coroner C. P. Gray and )( Deputy Sheritff Tom .Jones went hi down to investigate. O'Neal was aroused from his drunken stupor re and told a rambling story to the, 0O coroner's jury. There were no of marks of violence on Daley's er body, but the jury recommended fa that O'Neal be held until he is a: able to tell a clearer story. le" The boat was tied at the foot of Pine Street, and either broke TI from it moorin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 23 January 1913

eit tra:3eaber. PUBLISHJD WEEKLY. Mrs. J.,VOL BROCK, Editor. entered as second class matter April 5, 1910 at the Vost office at Franklinton, La., under the Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. Advertising Rates on Application Addiress all ; nmni(cationf. to Era;-Leader. Franki inton, La. Advertisementi :an so.l. criptions will be continu'd at r,,::t;.ar rates un ti; all past ind flk- k aid up. SUBSCRIPTION l1.)00 AT YEAR Franklinton, La., Jan. 23. 1913 Franklinton, li.. Jan. .--The Police Jury in and for, the Par ish of Washington, met il r - The Pi lar session at the court ho(use in the town of Franklinton with the following members present; W. three L. Smith. J, B. Corkern, C. A. Name Jenkins, and R. E. Keaton, ab. Addrn sent J. W. Knight. Meeting was called to order by president said Smith and minutes of previous said meeting read and approved. all di On motion the following bills Cert were allowed. num I. A. Henson repairs on bridge near Warnerton........... $ 31 00 M. P. Peterson ...

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. — 23 January 1913

Local Items Brief Mention of Local and Personal i Happenings ot The Week. F'RANKLTNTON, Lx, J. N. ":;, 1918: NOTICE-I am applying for pardon. Felber Crow. t' Deputy Whit Ma(,'_,- carried a a number of prisoners to l;aton Rouge Monday. Noel Bickham of the U. S. N. after an absence of about two years is at howie on a furiough. Mrs. Soymc,.V rL. ,of Slidell ca-lln i Sunday to attbJl : , i,.,Z,!tei, Etlie, wh,)is w o ic , . Mrs. EH. Bilbo. Free reading privilege is given N to patrons who occuP)y the tables , in the refreshment department a of Peoples Drug Co, to Mrs. M. A. Green of Enon, was a guest this week of her be sister, Mrs. Frankl Varnado, and TI while here visited other relatives w and friends. Mrs. P. G. Spring moved her family into the Holliday resi dence on R, R. Ave., where they will reside until they can make in definite arrangements for the wI future. lia Mrs. L. H. Magee left Wednes day morning for New ()rian where she goes to be operattled upon for appendicitis from wi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 23 January 1913

The ROYAL 1i STANDARD th TYPEWRITER- s -IS GUARANTEED! at THE NEW MODEL No. 5 ROYAL comes to you with the Guarantee ar unconditional guarantee that it will do highest grade work Tha.the Royal Snda ,yf, nt.r Lt tenruS obtaiMbMlle and by tlri in for a longer time at less upkeep expense than machines `a-'f. wimen "°t usually listed at 33 1-3 per cent higher in price. "n'"my . apnas for upkeep than of aenv other typewriter This Guarantee is: actually attached to every New Model V 4,i"L"u ,,,tn.. sa Royal just as you see it in the illustration. to sh Back of this guarantee are the resources and experience of one of the largest and most be important typewriter manufacturing concerns in the world. Do you think we would dare ce, make such a guarantee if we did not know that the ROYAL has the simplicity and durability to lc outclass any other machine? . sl NEW MODEL no THE NEW No. 5 ROYAL (latest model of any typewriter on the market) has two-color the ribbon, tabulator, back-spacer and ...

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