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PUBLISHED WEEKLY. I Mrs. J. VOL BROCK. Edltor. Entered as second class mautter April 5, 1910 1 s ste postofiBoe at Frankinton, La.. under Jhe Act of Congress of Mrch 8. 179. Ad!ertising Rates on Application Address 11 Comuunications to The Era-Leader, Franklinton, La. SUBBCRIPTION BATES: One Year ............ $1.50 in advance. Six Months ......... . . . ...75 Cents. Four Months ..............50 Cents. Single Coptes ....... S...... Cents. Frankhlinten, La, Feb. 12, 1920. A OUUoUCunlelts8. one 8ee The Era-Leader is authorized to make the following annooncements of anc eandidates, subject to the action of the the voters in the Democratic Primary Hil Election to be held on Tuesday, Feb. is , rary 24th, 1920: mo For Sberiff- see J. E. BATEMAN the T. J. SIMMONS ver for Clerk of Court- wo ARTHUR E. HOOD 16. CHEW MIZELL at For Pxoee Juror, sixth Ward- aid id B. BR. JENKINS M. Q; SYLVEST sic lue The Federicks Concert Com pany Monday February 16. go sQ Su This noted company which the pe Lqceum management will send if 1 to us on Monday February 16th, a consists of Aage Federicks, a to violinist of exception ability, Hi who has played for the most cri. s tiesl and exacting audiences in both Europe and America, and B bhas never failed to make good. wi Miss Spence, soprano, and Miss Aeke, accompanist, are two on eharreing young women and tal- wt ented, who carry tbeir part of lei ib program eieiently and with fe eatfre satlsfaction. Don't fail to bear tIis company Fj at the sbool auditorium. e Street Tax Ordinance. 1WIt Ordained, by the Mayor ki asd Board of Aldermen, of the n Town of Franklinton, in legal re sessia convened, that there be - 74 d' for the year .1820, a tax of tbre ($800) dollars, upon each and every male person, residing withoin the limits of the said Town of Frsankllnton, between the ages [ }of eighteen (18) and fifty five (55) for the purpose of working the WIts of the said Town, said tsa Sjbecome due immediately upon promation of this ordi. and to become delinquent *tais.l t day of March, 1920. ; ?however, that any iodemans d is made for I Ail haes option to :at eta of the said ariod of three days, 7 epaprneu t of the said Ordained, that or neglecting *M %a, or to sherein pro. dgbilty of a Jb fined g fir dol* (b. pay* aid costs *b PNrish jawnrt a 0 thPt this *iwsal ~ii.ap~a Sagaiu" and hope tlie tiume with better success. The school is progressing fine and there is no break in any of the departments. The basket ball team has been o playing a series of games of late r with their usual degree of suoeess. Last Friday evening they went to - SFranklinton without a moment's - notice to play the first and second teams of that school and won -easy. Score with the second teams being 7 to 5 and that of the first teams was 34 to 21, all in favor of Mt. Hermon. Yesterday a. evening they played the Sunny - Hill team another game and won 3. with the score being 26 to 16 in favor of Mt. Hermon. This was one of the best games we have ever seen. It was played honest of and fair, both teams being on of their good behavior. The Sunny ry Hill boys play a good game and b- is nearer in a watch for Mt. Her. mon than any other team we have seem then play. A game between the Mt. Hermon second and 11 ver Spring was played which was won by Mt. Hermon, score 22 to 16. Dr. Willie Ott of Minnesota, is at home now attending the led side of his mother who is very sick. Judge Ellis Ott of Boga lusa, is also with his mother. a. We learn that the Railroad is Sgone from us as the United States Supreme Court ruled against the be people. Well we can survive it 3d if they can for we will soon have h, a gravel road from the N. O. G .N. a to the I. C. railroad through Mt. Y. Hermon which will do us about riT as well, in Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ott of od Bogalusa spent the week-end with home folks. nd Miss Anna Towles attended an 10 entertainment in Mognolia last al week, and Mise Riter of New Or of leane, returned with her for a tb few days visit. ZMagee W. Ott, wife and son of BY Franklinton, spent the day with home folks Sunday. Leland. Rub.My*Tism is a great pain yor killer. It relieves pain and sore the neescaused by Rheumatism, Neu. gal ralgia, Spraits, etc.-Adv. 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Move the bowels smoothly but surely. Try thef tonighLt. All drugglst-25 at Waverley Notes. Unusual interest and wonder fl sachievement marked Satur day' session of the club, the business discussions consuming io muclh time that the literary prmogr bad to be deferred. 'L' a clu moved to purchase mohadsome standard pictures gift to the High school, to o b ;in the new study ball, s w passed to pre. jbool each year, at '6 t tmuter @ oft sltivatlon to the student ligto; sapr Ion pqsuis the '' hat the park equipment and interest to the three acre plot of school ground lying betwteen the pres ent campus and the principal's home. Nature has done well on this spot, and frith the collabora tion of schbool, club and town in general, a modern eq6ipped play ground.and recreation park will soon be tbrown open to the old and young of the community. The desire of Prof. Covington and the Waverley Club is to make the school the community center and all energy is to be expended nto that direction. In response to a call from the Natiqnal clean up and Paintaup oowmlttee the club agreed to take the, latlative in our local uonaunltlty and wage an inten* alve campaign to beautify the beildlg.,prumises and streets ,b( A rY·-".~-t Mesdames Johnson and BUsU ust logton are to further their actid ool ties on "child welfare" by se* Ba Scaring the necessary nurses and specialists for the free medical on examidation of the students and ra in faculty of the school. An extra session of the club is vicalled to meet with the president ilTuesday, February 17, at 3 Dld P, M, for tle election of officers o and the transaction of other ton business. ike Mrs. W. F. Simmons was the ter r the charming hostess of this oc Led easion and assisted by Mrs. D. B. Walker served the most the delicious chicken salad, celery, uP pickles, crackers and wafers to with hot chobcolate and whipped eD- " Mrs. W. J. Dobson was a wel the cou ardditioni to the club mem eta bmhlp on tbh occasion. 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