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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 16 November 1911

enon Local endulgent Na\pejneza. of The Week. W"I. ..u sea * sV WW . Willoughby,.of Bogalusa, spent Sunday with friends here. lYRUP-CANS. Robert Bab in An, Limited. D. L. Breland, of. Pine, has our thanks for cash favors this week. $eo D. E. Branch and have .yoar Automobile insured. Miss Effie Magee has accepted a position with The Era-Leader, Ladies Hats $1.50 at McCreary Mercantile Company. L. L. SchillUig from the fifth waod, gave usia pleasant call Tuesday. Don't forget your poll tax. Pay it before Jauuary 1st. $laWeones and. Denman are figuring on putting up a drug store here. Follow the Crowds. to the Boston Store. Norman Ott, Cashier of the Mt. Herman Bank, called to see i-us Monday. Ift you want your money's }iworth, go to Franilinton Mer" deatile Company. Sarren Thomas, Assessor of 8t- Tammany Parish, was min a: ttdkance at ceurt Monday. .i E. D. Robbin, of Pine, has th thanks of the Era-Leader for F :- i favors this week. •h, them Ladies Skits :at the ihe W.o . W.. ave p...

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. — 16 November 1911

S'nkof Osyka . Number 1870 Huftman rebyglven that by vir r of seisure and sale se t above named court in # u ot Osyk, Versus a.T 'op. Hoffmasn, dated i , of tbher, 1911, dI#ted f.or reeptio, willtofer for rsle to jd4d., at the fi~lu ~tbeqourthouse "K y t ed. mber 9, 1911 1Weal sa1behours .or judi the following descrIbed to-wits Sofd, mre or less, bound yBta$4u lineEast& by lands of th and West by lands ip the Parish of. Wash s a ash with benefit of . This 2nd day of Nov. Jon N. MAsGE, SeSherifft. i Distriot Court State of Parish of Washington. 'in & Son. Ltd. No. 1785 1Qrvii R. Barber gvevehat by virtue Ve named- court" in the E.lBrwin . Son, Vs. No. Barler, dated October to ..me dreoted ftor llto the "las bradblhghust pinpl front door of Debqmber 9, 1911 °p.ul6diours for judi h;following described h.eN. E.1-4 of N.W. mor or Is.,;begi e . ofe .. E.14 -rof' "°a inits a westeryl ofr Sonu line of. i -orse of West :~ i2n4 , day of Nov. Fhe'rf. 1, 1 D PRINTING! .. 18 OUR S...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 23 November 1911

~~~~~~~~~~~... . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..-sJ ~ i; i* ··c .;. : r - I, -' . Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. VOLUME 2. RA41KOLA,, ,,14. EFRIANKLINTON, LA., THURSDAY NOVEMBER 23, 191 I. . . ... LEA.... ..... ... .. ... I N... . . IASWELL OPENED HIS CITY CAMPAIGI, Addressed Large Audience in St. Vincent's Hall, Ninth .Ward, Dr. James B. Aswell, of Natchitoches, candidate f or governor, opened his canvass of New Orleans Monday night with a meeting in St. Vincents De Paul's Hall, corner Dauphine and *Montegut Streets, Ninth Ward. All the seats were occuppied and the rear filled with men standing. Prior to the meeting Prof. Aswell had spent the afternoon in campaigning the ward by . means of an antomobile, gomng from factory to store and'from 'the -river to the slaugther-house. His meeting Monday night was strongly characteristic of Aswell. At :the opeinmg there were signs ostility in the audience and it 's sdifficult to maintain order. But' before the ...

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. — 23 November 1911

PUBLISHED WEEKLY. J. VOkBROCK, Editor, rY ` and Proprietor. S}assecond class matter April 5, 1910 ='lWt omoe at Franklinton, La., under iof Cogreas of March 3,1879. tsing Rates on Application all Communications to ader, Franklinton, La. isements and subscriptions tinued at regular rates .aun Sast indebtedness is paid up. SUBSCRIPTION $1.00. A YEAR IPrahnklinton, La., Nov. 23, 1911 Announcements. 'Era-Leader is authorized to the following named candi subject to the Democratic party S oing primary: SFor~ State Senator • JOE N. MAGEE ., J. ALFORD SI. SETTON Representative T. E. BENNETT ýý ýH yoHNaoN ti WGENB P. KNIGHT A . wILLIAMS . EWIT E. BRANCH M. WADSWORTIt i Clerk of Court. M. A. THIGPEN $ or Assepsor: E r.: W.. i E ; t Srea arer: •1: A. .. i"i h.. "y iL 'e wore hey no, tis uIan of the ppledi the m: oi~erthy " J 4 and respect hi" ap . wiwi1; i be suprising to ho _ whcow I him best, and the influence he has over his fellows to find him t on January the 23rd with .a vote i in our g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 23 November 1911

SLocal Items SBrief Mention of Local and Persoul - 'nappenilngs of The Week. S 'See D. E." BI-ahc h and have your Automobile insured. ,MrAand Mrs. M. W. Ott spent last week end in Mt. Hermon. L lidies Hats $1.50 at McCreary Me'cantile Conipany. Mrs. M. M. Magee and children are spending this week with relatieves in Spring Hill. If you :want your money's S worth, go to Franiglinton Mer cantile Company. 'Mrs. J. B. Chandler, o Columbia, Miss., was a recent visitor to. Franiklinton. 1Q,tithem Ialies Skirts at the Boston, Stare! -BMrs.-Ec.-Bickham4. oL leý-, townvisited Mrs. Mike Babing ý this weed. you Wat the best shoes in, "._ onbd from 1'ratc'anaklint ; Srcan6ie C"ompany. aiss Francii ,Powell spent the Lek-end with her family in n. tar Brand Shoes are guaran. to 'be. saolid::..leatter at reary Mercantile Company. rs. H. D. Blckham, of kley, v iited relatives here I week. rniture sold at Franklinion cantil 6mp'aiy ait reducd iss W. E. Hunter and Mrs. . Noble, of Jamestown, were r B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 23 November 1911

i` td Sustice Court, Parish :`' .: bington, Louisiana. 0. E.Skifllms, Versus A. WiseHlart " vlitue.of a writ of Fieri Facias i-d u of the above named court, _ awve entitled cause and to me d 1eot .proceeded to seize and did erf le, on Saturday, November 1, , the following described St beW and two Jamp. g np bids amounting to of the appraised value as , experts appointed and , property was not sold. Sproysoisions established by 4llI again proceed to offer for public auction, to the last and t bidder, during the legal sale y ` taday, December 9, 1911 &tljerincpal front door of the S O4Itthruse at Franklinton La., the :v*e described property. Terms of  = elvo months credit secured by j;,.do iuarchaser, conditioned as the S::Ths vmberi 23, 1911. J. N. SIMMoNS, Constable. District Court, State of t '.Parish of Washington. ; - W.W. Seal S ersus No. 561 S T..C:o. oyles. ii hereby given that by vir p3l~t of Fleri Facias issued wtsove named court in the l `i.W.: Seal Vs., No. 561 ii...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 30 November 1911

 :.   ._    _   :?%V . ,... .. . ! .  ! :.,,A._. .: I.,M .   :: .. ... .,.. :., ,-,." y : i. r'  :. ,. r` .  - k M17'.p ' .. .: _ - .W w-Y^..:.. R ý .', ;  .  : -M1 r'tI ; .-. .. . ý . . . . i .1 ý... .  . . , .  :  . . ... • ... • ° . .t. '" k,. - • .  .N..•....: ....,.; . • ...  . - .t. 'C ._ : "Z; .,f -, :. ", -- 4:- '~ - ••. , r •,? ,` `. " w.. 'w ý. ý ý-.. :, -ý . . . 1+' r" •s >"o ,ý' • `.ý,: .- . . - ._ a . ..- . .i, -.- ,1M... SOfficial Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. b V 13 2. NNW BRA, nawmuLuD LAw. ThURSDAY NOV B 0,9.U E ADITTED 6UILT AT SELEVENTH HOUR. .Young Man Faces Electric Chair With the Calmness "; That Has Marked Him. w_.k Note Saying That He Killed Wife 'GIVen Out Hours Almer Youth's " "Electrocution. Richmond, Va. Nov. 24--Henry -' Clay Beattie, Jr.. died in the > -electric chair at 7:23 this morn :luga, the confessed murderer of S-his young wife. H e went to his doo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 30 November 1911

the P VOL BROCK, Editor, i  nd Proprietor. na usecondolass matter April 5, 1910 ome at Franklinton, La., under of Cora ress of March 3,1879. Of do Rates: on Application L.,, an ill Communicktions to r, Franklintop, La. Pi isements and subscriptions of ntinued at regular rates un- ar Indebtedness is paid up. of rORIPTION $.00 A YEAR is Fra epnll nton, La., Nov. 0, 1911 : i nouncempe ~ Era-Lader is authorized to t soROlee the following named candi- kr St to the Democratic party bt aloIDg primary: re .: For State Senator TI .rE n JOE N. MAGEE so A. J. ALFORD de J. 8. SETTON . R eppresentative * T .B.BE NETT sI T,, . : . "',:.. ; in be ' i0 It. JOHNSON 81 .PI'. IGHT ,". WILLIAMS of SpswORTH Sif , . E " ' Cor."er t. , .+ . ...) . S seAG E.,. , WWIL K, ". s d Sac'I :._ ;; r ~L" 'D S:J-k~'l'-"~i' 1 SaZ to be written by some. one at sho ine in the Bogalusa Au can whi ot Sattirday, November 22, 1911. and Tie letter.pretends to reprerent mar the sentiment of; the people at in. Pine. The wr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 30 November 1911

Local Items Brief Mention of Local and Personal Happenings of The Week. Adtomohiles for hire. P. E. Greenlaw. Syrup Cans may be had at Burris Bros. ., One great pleasure we have, is to please everybody. Boston Store. Oh! you fuzzie men hats at the Boston Store. Improvements at our big mill are still going on. Mrs. I. L. Pope is on the sick list this week. Thanksgiving Thursday and the big Show Saturday. That's voing some! The December term of court will convene hereMondry. Abner Magee and Miss Irene Dillon made a trip to Spring Hill Sunday. Monroe Shilling' and Murry Tate, of Mt. Herman spent Sat urday here. A new line of ladies coats and sweaters ,for Christnas at the Boston Store. The Police Jury will see about having mile boards put on our public roads at it's next meeting -we think. Make our store your headquar ters when you come to town. Boston Store. Thanhsgiving service will be Sheld at the Methodist Church to morrow: Letotus worry about your Christ mas presents. Boston Store...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 30 November 1911

u :s4cbCourvt, Parish Sgton, Louisiana m Versus ise Hart f a writ of Fleri Pacias the ibove named court, .. ntitled cause and to me seize and did , November f`' c t ving deseribed ", -dtw .o lamps. o b~bds amugnting to a praised. value as appointedo and *fttT -was noat sold. Spovisonsh established by again proceed to offer for ;11 plie to the last and er & g the legal sale fir I ember 9, 1911 front door of the a kliton La., the pety. Terms of n ' credit secured-by Si1ase ,tonditioned as the " .~aber X8,`191). J. N. SIMMONS, Constable. triet Court, State of of Washington. W. W. Seal Versus No. 561 ST. C. Boyles. bgiven that by vir of Fled Mrlacs lssued : ve= namUed court in the .. . Seal Va . V.No. 561 F' la;, dated "October 25 oe directed for execution an will offer for sale and ad highest bidder at boat door of the court t4 December 30, 1911 sale bouJ s for Judi Sfollowing described Id, more or less, - SBoyl 4eerom do of record in Book 7 of land more or, b . W, Boyles from ped ...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 6 December 1911

rr: 5r - ,Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. VOLUME. 2. ,5N, N LEoR:." . lm.,.uu=a,,=, FRANKLINTON, LA., THURSDAY DECEMBER 6, 1911. N W~bflL~f~n tAD~lr: urrrwu~R00 LOUISIANA CONFERENCE . OPENED WEDNESDAY Bishop Muzon Presided. A Great Many Changes to be made in Country Appointments. The Louisiana Annual Con ference of the Methodist Episco. pal Church, South, opened in the Pa rk e r Memorial Methodist Church of New Orleans, Wednes. day morning at 9 a. m., Bishop EK D. Mouzon, of Texes, presid. ing. -Rev. F. S. Parber, D ., editor of the Epworth Era, will be re-elected secretary. Bishop W. B. Murrah, who held. the conference last year at Homer, Ja., is at present in the Orient. About 160 preachers are in attendance at conference, coming 0r al' parts of the lstate. A t-aJonumber of visitors are also I n tndance, who will remain .trlunghout the session. which 'w : in all probability last until ,sinhtime Monday, December 11. 'The -eth;dist of New Orle...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 6 December 1911

k l HED WEEKLR ; VOL BROCK, Edit@ a;id Proprltor. `i>ats Frankllnton, La.. under rs olf Marh 8, 18,. ·Rates on Application S, Communications to I Franklinton, La. :; ý ta and subscriptions at regular rates un n ebtedness is paid up. ION $1.00 A YEAR t., La., Dec. 7, 1911 nouncemeits. ira-Leader is authorized to the following named candl gisbJfet to the Democratic party d ouing primary: For State Senator JOE N. MAGEE S. ALFORD S. SETTON Sepresentative E. BENNETT R.1 .B. JOHNSON Per Sheriff UGWOE P. KNIGHT 4 . WILLIAMS WIT E. BRANCH T. J. SIMMONS .D.4 WADSWORTH erk of Cour. THIGPEN Assessor: t . MAGEE, Coroner ..L. BROOK . . B. P133., fr~~ j.I·BWK p "1* ;`~eO B· 'I..jat #5; ·i ~i f~t~; ·-'tlw ? ý ýx"T MAO,ý Ham. U. , ryl' 1 I rant as this. Every school childl i a the st' shiould know bettr.` Andy then again, in the sanme art ileanother mistake is mi.fde which is just as far from being true as the first, when it says, "Dr. Aswell was put into the field to break the vote of Judge Hal...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 6 December 1911

SLOcacl ita s BrlMen -ation of Local and Personal Bappenings ot The Week. Syrup Cans may be had at Burris Bros. Quite 0 crowd was in attendance at court Monday. Seethe change in the McCreary Mercantile Co.'s ad. J. O. Magee, of Sunny Hill, dropped in to see us Wednesday. W. T. Ott, of Mt. Herman was mingling with fsiends here Mon day. One great pleasure we have, is to please everybody. Boston Store. A. W. Simmons, of Elitown, called around to see us Wednes day. Harvey Ellis, one of Covington's legal lights drove up from Covy. ington in his new auto Tuesday. Wiley Wood and Alton Simmons were over from Bogalusa on Thanksgiving. Robert Babington is in attend ance of the Methodist State Con ference in New Orleans this week. Oh! you fuzzie men hats at the Boston Store. Uarl Babington, a student of the Louisiana State University, sp~nt Thanksgiving with his -.parents here. Court convened here Monday and will likely continue all the week. We will give delailed re port in our next issue. : ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 6 December 1911

acres--oWe t 1-2 iu i 4 ro. 1-4 and N.E. . S-I1se, 10 acres in N.. cne 5 . i, Tp. 1, Range 12, with feet of pine timber, and valuable timer about 8 cultivation; most of the r covered with the tim' ot it for cultivation, but for pasturage. Prica 8800. e-N.E. 1-4 of N. W. . 34, Tp. 1, R. 11, with feet young pine timber. nehalf of the land can td. Price $ 400. ja Sec. 51, Tp. 2. R. 10 side of Bogue Chitto 2 miles from Franklin fnced and in cultivation. , $8-50, .cres in S. E. corner of i13lac9well Headright; Tp. ; creek bottom land, good ofr ming purposes. Price $125. 8 s-S. W. 1-4 of N. W. .1-2 of the S. E..1-4 of . 4-4 and the N. 1-2 of S 1-4 of the S. W. 1-4, , 1, R. 11. 30 acres of S= Is in cultivation and A, : litillable. Some pine I-good dwelling, barn 4buses. Price $800. :. N.1-2 of N.E. 1-4, .1, R. 12, with 300,000 . t ng leaf pine timber; sacre pen, with good building. is level, extra good, ;:hardly be excelled in neB in that locality. . near Richardson, Ja., Lot 4, Sec. 19, T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 14 December 1911

ý. h~M' _; . ' i .c- S r}" - "ýg " ý! '~ W "w `.; ýe ,. t 'c p . x ýýý *i-0-'.E . .  `   . ý- ...'f . v. -  .. 4ý 'T'+ :19»Ný, ` .... .... -.. . ,},, * .:   .. ... . .... ý"` ;}+ `.: 3 r r ýý. ...... ;r ý}?,r, '".vshý :f; yý ý ., A ..... .ý.'--, . .'s, :;h.. . ;,ý   .. . . ! . ° -; --i.i;*~rEltJ~~lI Y-~ ~ 1-,~ Omcial Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklintoni. ___-, VOL U M E 2. VRANKUo ER. .FRA N K LIN TO N . LA., T H U R SDAY D ECEM BE R 14;. 1911. I-- ,NM [ _4' * .AISUe GTON LBADEBR. n~mmuun loo06. -··- j • ms ure • ll 8 le amen N 5 · Ul· Iln " n •.g m u e 11 nl n i . . . .. . . OUISIDE EXPLOSION SEIT BATILESHIP MAIINE TO DOOM. Navy Department Issues Short Statement of Board's Finding. WASHINGTON, Dec. 8.-The battleship Maine was blown up in Havana harbor by an explosion Sfrom the outside. This is the gist of a short state ment issued by the Navy Depart. meitFriday, based upon findings made by the joint Army and Navy 4 Boards;. which spent se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 14 December 1911

PUBLISHEDw . : J. VOL BROCK,didboi, .. a. d Proprietor. - seeond class matter April 5, 1910 Ice at Franklinton, La., under es of March 8, 1879. g Rates on Application s iall Communications to r, Franklinton, La. ents and subscriptions nued at regular rates un* debtedness is paid up. I° ,ON f1.00. A YEAR `ton La.. Dec. 14, 1911 ouncemelits. in *Leader is authorized to st the following named cand' .ust to the Democratic party at .<. dngprimary tli : r State Senator W JN. MAGEE ~ 4;'i ALFORD si . SETTON to PC : , presentative BENNETT VC S.JOBNSON r Sheriff s WI P. KNIGHT tC ý. WILLIAMS at T 'E. BRANOCH m 5. SIMMONS . { W{ADSWORTH n r of Court. A. THIGPENI « = Assessor: a W. MAGEE, WILKs, sB. Treasurer: 'P WOODt A. BROWN or Coroer . L. BROCK -J. 3. IERCEO oio.4 Jury . :.'god Ward . E. y"`l! rebonne and Vernon: parishs. Iverywhere the people are niji porhng Dr. Aswell, ange is ailfng votes from da ; day. thi It is now admitted by a great He many conservative men that he is ha drawing...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 14 December 1911

Local Items I Brief Mention of Local and Personal appenalangs of The Week. :. !!,IA ýAUIU.!tUIU*tLýUt AAA_ THE TOWN YOU LIVE IN. Think well of it; stand up for it; speak in its favor;patron. ize its merchants; encourage its industries; cheer every live enterprize; see all that is beautiful in it; chant praises to the good it possesses;sing of its improvements; love it; stick to it;else move out of it $yrup Cans may be had at B ris Bros. Mrs. Hammond Richardson spent Saturday here. See the change in the McCreary Mercantile Co.'s ad. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Ott enter tained at dinner on Sunday in honor of K. I. Bean. One great pleasure we have, is to please everybody. Boston Store. Miss Nina Hood was the guest of honor ata dinner given by Mrs. Sam Miller last Sunday. Oh! you fuzzie men hats at the Boston Store. Miss' Jennie North spent Sat. urday and Sunday with relatives in Tylertown. A new line of ladies eooats and sweaters for Christnas at the Boston Store. Misses Rosa Richardson and Do...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 14 December 1911

Farmalands and TI.mbe~ W . 1e-4 t an . E- E. Al , Slesso0acresin N. . T l er, a b l3, ip. 1, Range 12, ith 1911 feet of pine -timber"aniid cou }. able timer, about 8 E tivation; most of the her i vered with the tim* S:for cultivation, but Ref i rage. Price $800. Ba, . E. 1-4 of N. W. del .p. 1, R. i1, with oung pine timber. da3 '.".of the land can o'c, Price $ 400. c. 51, Tp. 2. R. 10; set d6 of B9gue - Chitto Tn "miles from Franklin- shi si.fced and in cultivation. wh s in S. E. corner of ruj a oikwell Readright, Tp. tal ."13 creek bottom land, good an f zingipurposes. Price $125. th, acreS-.W. 1-4 of N.. W. s :&4 12.f the S. E. 1-4 of a.4nud the N. 1-2 of mi ~ .4.i of the S. W. 1.4, the . 11. 30 acres of ii ; ncultivation and -f I Jaliable. Some pine A: A dwelling, barn ho Price $800. ° . 2 of N.E. 1-4, Tp. .R. 12, with 3,000 of lo leaf pine timber; ith good building. 1 level, extra good, dly be excelled in ti in that locality. oi . Richardson, La., 4, See. 19, Tp. 2, r four ...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 21 December 1911

4i 1 /;·..i I Ofica Journal of Washingto: Parish and-the. Town of Franklinton. VOLUME .2. ...:" SL HBER 21, 191.N TUC LET I u 1111 I.; (.. THE SIFTAuo a D By Dells Thompson Lutes. "What shall I give?" is the paramount question of the days C S peceeding (Christmas. And the question does not always .mean, a What shall I give such and such a person that will be most suits. P ble, or that will best express my- 1 sentiment? It shoulds but it does C not. More often it means, What l( can I give that will make the g most show, or that will give me it the least trouble? U "To loyal hearts the value of ai the gift must vary as the a livers." k Let us take this matter of al Christmas giving seriously to T heart this year and decide, not P onIly what we shall give, but how I DI5 with what spirit. M . e: Christmas gift is a symbol ol ' t-4 what?' Of love for our fellow lii ,that lovefor our neighborand 1 bher to which we were enjoin, at YB. Him wtiose birthdap we bi it we can keep this ju r i"fi...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 21 December 1911

ULIS WEED ., . l.IBROOCK, Editor ad Proprietor. ~ ~tqlra n class matter April 51, 910 a "Franklinton, La., under fwdof March 3, 1879. :iRates on Application uommunications to Elanklinton, La. =_,« and subscriptions Sregular rates un essis paid up. 7 ·j1.00. A YEAf cenments. or Im4 er is authorized to de AllgUowing naned aandF dUJ O 3 o .the DemoCratic party re ~coufl~ rimary: `_ . `Staa~te Senator `c .:j: " i~~-- J1 R~EOD tL *N a E.. BRANCHq Iw SW CtT- 0 t t ,B r Ci. uwt. 1 .TE~II a ~ROCK -:· "`3.ýi "."t :I: i3ce;. = "" ~ * ..;t i ~ I now in order to assure theovenr N whelmiq defeatofo Mr. Mi p, w:hich Iightthinking e consider th paramountats e. th T'he interprise assumes that ce Judge Hail has, been actuated by fo high motive and earnestly th desires to restore the government to the hands of the people, andf that a large number of those enlisted ender his banner have n the same purpose. Nevertheless, the Enterprise believes, the manner of his nemi- or nation, the fact that he himse...

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