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Mrs. J. VOL BROCK, Editor.
Entered as second class matter April 5, 1910
at the postoffee at Franklinton, La., under
the Act of Congress of March S. 1879.
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Frankllnton, La., Jan. 1, 1920.
The Era-Leader is authorized to
make the following announcements of
candidates, subject to the action of
the voters in the Democratic Primary
Election to be held on Tuesday, Jan
nary 20th, 19)0:
T. E. BENNETT
MURPHY J. SYLVEST
J. E. BATEMAN
L L. SCHILLING
T. J. SIMMONS
GEO. W. MAGEE
S. E. MORRIS
For Clerk of Court
L V. BANKSTON
ARTHUR E. HOOD
G. W. KNIGHT
H. F. STAFFORD
CARTER 0. WELCH
DR. J. L. BROCK
DR. WILL JONES
For Police Juror, First Ward
L. A. SIMMONS
R. H. SPRING
P. R. STEVENS
For Police Juror, Second Ward
W. L SMITH
G. M. TATE
For Police Juror, Thira Ward
D. C. SHERIDAN
For Police Juror, Fourth Ward
J. A. HUGHES
B. J. WILLIAMS
For Police Juror, Fifth Ward
. O0. BEAL
For Police Juror, Sixth Ward
R. R. JENKINS
M. Q. SYLVEST
For Police Juror, Seventh Ward
F. P 80NES
For Police Juror, Eighth Ward
T .J. GRAVES
W. O. HALEY
S. S. THOMAS
For Police Juror, Ninth Ward
J. A. FENDLASON
T. B. ROBERTS
For Justice of the Peace, 8th Ward
E. T. HALEY
= With the closing of our regis.
tration books it is found that
' there is a total of 3,808 register
ed.voters for the parish, tho to
date there appear only 1746 polls
paid.--Outslde of Bogalusa.
There are sure to be many more
pnlls paid by the close of the
year, and it is estimated by Robt.
Babington, chief deputy of
Bberitf Bateman, that the nm
ber will not fall far abort of 3,000.
We will give the bfflcial figures
. Notice of Stockholders' Meet
, ing, The Citizens Bank.
Notice is hereby given that the
regular annual stookholders'
neeting of The Citiseps Bank of
Prsanklinton, Louisiana, will be
hel·6id on MondaJanuary 12th,
19290, at their offioeir the Bank
p btaidlog at 4 o'clook P. M., ·for
tensIta year sad .attend.
too herbusieu asnay
cone before th* body.
.li~eOas de .
Speaking at Court House
January 5, 192o
who will give Forty-nine
Reasons why the New Or
leans Machine should be
ditched on January 20th q
at the Primary. .
Invited to Attend.
Closing Out Stock
For Spring Goods
Now that our Spring Hats and Goods are already in, we are
offering our entire Winter Stock at PRICES FAR BELOW COST
to clear our cases and make room for the next season's supplies
Hats $1.00 to $6.0
These include some of our $15.00 Models, but having no room
for storage we are sacrificing at these remarkable figures and
at a time when our customers can get the good of at least a
half season's wear.
Sweaters and Toboggan Caps.
$8.50 eaters now prlced $6.00
$9.50 Sweaters now priced $7.50
Nice reduction on 750 Sweaters new priced
all Georgette Waists. at--------------
You are sure to be interested In these wonderful values.
Call and look them over.
Beard & Thomps
Phone No. 50. FRANKLINTO
Educational Work For Ex.
Do you know of any former
service men, soldiers, sailors or
marines .who woold like to fit
themselves for better positions or
begin a college or university
Our reason for asking the above
question is that the War Work
Council of the Y. M. C. A. set I
apart a considerable fund for
Educational work in the A. E. F.
and as the government was able,
after the armistice, to take over
this work that fund is still avail
able. Part of it has been alloted
to Louisiana and is now at the
service of the men entitled to use
it. It would be specially helpful
in providing short courses either
attendance or correspondence for
men wishing to prepare for ad
vancement or to take up some
Will you not bring this to the
attention of any man who might
bW interested and ask them to
communicate with our office, 634
Maison Blanche Annex, New Or
leans at once and details will be
Thanking you for your interest,
(eo. D. Booth,
-There were 4657 bales of cot
Ston ginned in Wasbington Parish
from the crop of 1919 prior to
December 18, 1919, as compared
with 6141 bales ginned to Dec.
ember 18, 1918.
D. W. Branchb,
Hardwood Logs Wanted.
Highest prices paid for all
kinds of hardwood logs. Apply
to A. L. Hickman, Supt.,
Richard P. Baer & Co.,
See Our Complete L
Various sizes and styles.
Sure to find the stove you wadt
If building or repairing
we can furnish you with