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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 21 December 1911

SLocal and Paiontl xappjngoi of Thy week. ~;LAIJIA.KW JJRJ~ljAA D) S4.THE TOWN YOU LIVE IN. Think well of it; stand up for it; speak in its favor;patron ize its merchants; encourage its industiies; cheer every live enterprise; see all that is:. beautifulin it; chant praises to the good it possesses;sing of its improvements; love it; - stick to it;else move out of it Mrs. Robert Bohington spent last week-end in the Crescent City. A merry Christmas to all. Roston Store. Mrs. T. Gordon Reddy left Thursday for a fortnights' visit with relatives in New Orleans. Mrs. Jesse Simmons and infant son will spend the holiday season in New Orleans. Mrs:Olivia Hart and baby were guests of Mrs. T. J. Simmons the first of the week. Our store will be closed on Monday and Tuesday, December S25 and 26. Burris Bros. Ltd. Miss Roxle Wilkersoni of Rich. ardgon was a guest last week-end of Mrs. J. C. Denman. SQuite a number of teachers are in for the special exam. Insatlon which is being held this Sweek. M...

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. — 21 December 1911

For siie.1 farm Laans and Tin r. 50 sacres-Wet 1-2 of .'E 1-4 :of 8. I1-4 iL1-4 of S. E. 1-4, lee41 at 7r. E. corner, Seo. 31 TP. 1, R&iaet 12, with jOQ,000 et -of: pine Tmber, and 'i 1luable timer, about 8 fbi. cultivation; most of the < rem r covered..with the tim fit for cultivation, but aurage. Price 8800. E 1-4 of N.W. p1 p 1, R. 11, with young pine timber. A If of the land can ` bed- Price $ 400. { 8 fSec.51, Tp.2. R.10. o0 ~` gide of Bogue Chitto rier 2 2miles from Franklin d and in cultivation. nil S E'. corner of Nal zthaiYt ja$ell Headright, Tp. ., R. 13; creek bottom land, good : for farming purposes. Price $125. 81acms-S. W. 1-4 of N. W. 1-4 and 1-2 of the S. E. 1-4 of the N.*. 1-4 and the N. 1-2 of =the N:W.-. of the S. W. 1-4, Se,;9, t. 11. 30 acres of tie Ian is in cultivation and nearly atbi lable. Some pine btimber. od dwelling, barn inld out . Price $800. 8 Oacrees-N. 1-2 of N. E. 1-4, Iee. 34, . 1, R. 12, with 300,000 f4etf ol .leaf pine timber; 11 aores , ...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 28 December 1911

··,. ·· '9··;,. ii'. SOfficial Journal of Washl ton Parish and the Town of Franklinton. VOLUMe 2. FRANKRLINTONLA., IWY DRA 28, 1911 UB 36 VA. . SDAY DECEMBER 28, 1911. NUMBER rim- . -WANTED IT MADE PLAIN Bookmaker (explaining race 875 You see, it the horse starts at 1 you get 80; 15 to 1, you get 0 to 1, you get 10. Do you an. (? k. Smith (who has never played tlraces)-Oh, yes, certainly. But at do I get it the horse starts at . elo~kexactly? M - lod to Be Himself. Iamperdinck does not take himselt 1*0 itsly at allt; his humor is mainly le4eld at himself.. To the question, d'' you always wish to be a comn poser?" le retorted quickly: "Yes. Al frst - I`thou tI I-should be a second Beethoven;presenty- 1found that tc be another fh ub t would be good; later, I we iJ4 havoe been content tc A 4 LOti a.then gradually satin k ith lees-ad less I was resigned a Bufaperdinck.-.Ainslee's Mai Business Methods In Charity. 'Charttabl associations ton Frank ort,; G , operate lodging houses, res(ert...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 28 December 1911

PUB~LSHI! WEEK J. VOL BROCK, Editor,, and Pro rietor. Entered as second class uih.4pril 5, 191C the post ofice at Frankilat ' a., under Lhe Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Advertising Rates on Application Address all Communications to , ader, Franklinton, La. 'A&Vºtlsements and. subscriptions continued at regular rates un indebtedness is paid up. ON $1.00 A YEAR Lat., .Dec. s8, 1911 f n3 Ucemefts. 'ta Era ader is authorized to anpotifioq te following named candi dates saulijectt the Democratic party 3 tbhe : g p'mary: ioy 'State Senator JOE N. MAGEE A, J. ALFORD J. S. SETTON Di 1ersentative JENNETT DEr R . JOHNSON beriff EUGENE P. KNIGHT A.. WILLIAMS D 2. BRANCH sIMMONs . ADSWORTH o6r OlerIof Court. GPEN 'Assessor: ' AGGEE, S SR. urer: OD s=B BROWN roner . BROCK PIERCE ce Jury Ward: ERUMFIELD, _ OWENS, BULLOOR CORKERN and Ward TRINGFIELD. SMITH - Ward. JENKINS -TALLINOS * HALEY. i) A.VARNADO ard: TON aT N. e Peace: AL TrW *51. Z8 aD *· · h -.`, ,y a ire eV i ý` J dry . jm:Sr: ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 28 December 1911

amione of cai 534 PeanodafJ of The Week. FP F !ianuUnuaruaJau ¶1H TOWN YOU LIVE ,IN. =ýF 1N, SThink well of it; stand up for z< it:a neak in its favor; patron ize its merchants; encourage its industries; cheer every give enterprise; see all that is be utiful in it; chant praises ti the good it possesses;sing . a6 its improvements; oife it: stick to it;else move out of it [rug1 'RFrrumm ~rrrrvFI Human Nature. SNo two persons i confdentianl and Improved Street Sprinkling. A street sprinkling wagon frolm which the water issued In fat sheets, Striking the ground without splashing, Is a recent Invento. Learning. Learning maketh young me tem. perat, Is the comfort of oldag stndeth for wealth with 'p ,an erving as an ornament tpr tic ,-. .C ýcero: The White Mlavis. A white mat vlahae s at I ood at Gle Tower, Dnoo. n thie tvero Atr I looked at astas Mai ýfi th*.bair who bop round e a ,afe distais, a If he were a taliroes Thrlsha~ll 410av~oided. t uile and Ixoeptlons. ; A'l: fotcan and fa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 28 December 1911

Me ra= e·Pabe PUBLISHED WEEKLY. If J. VOL BROCK, Editor, and Proprietor. 4 -- !&E o0 Lntered as second class mutter the;post office at FranklintoO r, a the Act of Contress of Marchi2, with 15 Advertising ltates ii ur,b ant E . about 8 F Address all ('c Il Era-Leader, F ; most of the ol -iFrl :rih the tim' w Advertiser fo: nu;n, ut R will be c Pi q 1 E -A o N. w. ; o fe$ )t'g p f nt. l ti r. ,oit ono-hi . id 1 lanl can ..e oultivated; Pric c0. 18 norekM Tp. 2. R. 10 1 llrsrea f .ý 1,'G ue Chitto ton, all fcnct. °r ;1 cult i ti ullt i r Pries O, , to !-4125 aczre.;-in 1l . L. corner of a cathafBla3 eel 1 lIcadright, Tp. tl 1. R. 13; creek butt(g 41ujd. b,,d L;,t a' xiIng 1 spgip. .. Price $125. 8laores-S. W. 1-4 of N. W. ' A,4and .i 1-2 oft½S.E.1-4 of til ` the N upl the N. 1-2 of Alt ,' Of tfie S. W. 1-4, 11, 10 acres of t'his land cultivation and ti4arly all tilable. Somne pine timtbr. A good2 dw4elling, barn and out hous -Price 8800. 80 acres-N. 2 of N.E. 1-4, See. 34, Tp.°i R....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 4 January 1912

*;- A-- - u ' k-~ - · *· . , t Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. VOLUME 2. FRAMKINGT ON NEW FRAM zaeT~uum1SPP FB RANKILINTON, LA. THURSDAY JANUARY, 4 1912. WAQI N:TO LADE. sr utett Il0 · " Anstruction for Voters, Democratic Primary. OPENING OF POLLS. Polls shall be open from 6 A. M. to 7 P. M. t' .one but those who have declared their aff4liation with the Democratic Party can vote in a Democratic primary. (.ct 100 of 1908) MANNER OF VOTING. Any person desiring to vote shall ,'his name, occupation and registration papers (if such be pr vided for) to any one of the commissioners, who shall thereupon announce the same in a !,:id and distinct tone of voice, clear and audible, and if such name is found on the registration hst by the commissioner having charge thereof, he shall likewise repeat the same. The commissioner shall give the applicant one. and only one ballot, and his name shall be immediately checked on same list, aid shall also be entered on a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 4 January 1912

Ulbe Cra-1eaber. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. J. VOL BROCK, Editor, and Proprietor. - ra" asseeonc " ..f,. L91w tbhe;post omee at Frea. "AoConfreas Advertisementsi Sbe continued at re all es ranklntg', 4, ,Ja 1812 Announce The Era-Leader jJs authorized to nue the following na&lmndi tee subject to the De o * the coming prim a . N. MArWO , J.  L . .r J . S . S i 7 7 oid EUGENE P. IE NI A. .WI : DEWIT E. BRi T J. SIM . D. I!WATDS08f . For clerik)f Vore. N A. .TIG GO W. VAGon I S.WOOD" WWS A. PEBR OWN o'e 7 ,-t . - " -J s·P J .j f b·l~y ~I~d~ia e7· 2·'t ~ - t -~ROD-~ ~~ ·- ·'a fYUISi j~ J ··n ;-:C ý:, . , =. ;;+ r '.'K .; ý'; 2 ýý ý ' St sý+...,ýs ý o. and the editor of th i bur Echo-both are e men, but their miss comes too late. out of the he an are fairly, well up of estate. an indepen c opliiotI stidied the-preeent campaign ether with the" lives and eculiar ltness of ea-ch of the lread for whom they will vote. go to the only independent candi dAelintta i r lJ MIL A %A19ill come out victori...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 4 January 1912

B lef Mention of Local and Personal Happenings of The Week. THE TOWN YOU LIVE SIN. 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 of its improvements; love it: stick to it;else move out of it Mrs., '. J. Simmons visited relatives in Angie this week. Miss Francis Powell spent last week with friends in Jackson Miss. The Order of Maccabees en tertained the young people at a dance on New Years evening. Miss Irene Dillon was a guest Thursday of Mrs. Maurice Bate. man at Richardson. Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Brock of ? Mt. Herman spent several days here this week. Mr. and Mrs. J Vol Brock entertained at dinner on New Years Day in honor of Dr. and J. J(. Denman. Dr. A. E. Welch, proprietor of the Ozone Hotel of Tylertown Miss., visited his sister Mrs. I.Webster Shilling Sunday. Notice. We will close our store on the :i9th, 10h,, and 11th of January ..,for the pur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 4 January 1912

Sheriff Sales. at 96th Judicial District Court, State of H Louisiana, Parish of Washington. th Burris Bros. Ltd. Versus J ,# . Fuss Notice; hs bat virtue of a, c C issuned out ofo in the matteI' l Veurse W. Fussell 81 and to me or e'cution, 11 I have seized for sale and selltothe at bidder at the prinpal o of the 2E Courthouse on Saturday, m' : 20, 1912 between lejal sale . ih for Judicial Sales the folloing de bed proper ty to-wit: Three yoke of o Terms of sale: Cash- bene.it of apprastement. This 28th day of Dec. 0 1911.. 0 JOE N. MAGEE, Sheriff. n p I 26th Judicial Dist . rt State of Louisiana, Pgi*j ; t ihln ton. e WallaoIL. Smith Versus Nk. 8 . Notice is hereby'.- virtue of a writ of Fieri Faci t of C the above aaed `coat  tter of. Wallace L. Smit 1851 Geo. Sam, dated 11t cember I 'lll, andt me de u.ion, , S I have iseized ab( for sale ind sell to the lastsI t bidder I S at th principa- fr t ~.of the I S courthouse on Satiu ,y of a February, 1911 betwep r,: sale I hour for ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 11 January 1912

Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. ,. OLUME 2. ,,R ' ,KLNT3rONW6R.*u,T,.»I,,,,uMu. FRANKLINTON, LA., THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1912. 4" WA.)1,1NTO N L t..  , I,,,.,.R,?._L ..U tl . .... WAIT FOR THE Sensation of the Day! Wonder of the r THE BOSTON STORE'S Great Winter Clearance ,. Commencing Saturday, January 20 aud continuing 15 days. Ending Saturday February i:.i: The greatest sale ever put on in the city of Franklinton. Our big stock of dry goods, Les Ready to Wear Goods, Clothing, Hats, (ents Furnishings, for which we have become famous, will b~scattered broad cast to the sweeping crowds at prices that will astonish the buying public-Shake thettle city from center to circumference. Rain or shine, let nothing keep you away from this great WIN1R SALE 1rhich. is put on to make room in our SMALL STORE for Spring Goods which are due here right away. NOTIONS. Ladies' 10c handerchiefs.. -. 4e `=ladies' 50 handkerchiefs ... 2c adies' belts worth 25c- -...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 11 January 1912

Ebie ra=3eaber. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. J. VOL BROCK, Editor, and Proprietor. Lutered as seoun c. miu tter pril 5, Is1o thepost olce at 1ik lton, La., under the Act of OoakreYs of1iý 3ýi1.$"..t Advertising Ii A APieation Address: alfl. uti1 a 1 s to Era-Leader, Fr n, La. Advertisements ~ "stispriptions will be continued treai arg tes un til all past indebtedness is tafd'up. SUBSCRIPTION $1.00, A V'EAR Pranklnton, La., Jan--11, 1912 Frrnklinton, ks., jan..11l, 1912 AtlllOIcerunee lts. The Era-Leader is autlhorized to announce the following named candi dates subject to the Democratic party n the coming primary: For State Senator. JOE N. MAGOEE A. J. ALFORD J. S. SETTO . For RepreOit i DELOS $. JONO. For Sheri :A.; C. WILLI . DEWIT E. BRA ~ _ . T3. SIMMONS. . For Clerkof Co SM. A . THIGPEN .: ...I LEWIS A. BROW For Coroner DR J. L. BRo(7c' 1:.` 3. E. PIERCE r ForPolee Jury .,,;ý, ! First Ward. y"1. ~ Ffw.~ Re~": , r - " " The fact which stands out most prominently at this stage of the...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 11 January 1912

Local Items , Brief Mention of Local and Personal Happenings of The Week. i _ A. IAAA_.U AAAo_ IIA.uol AJutRA STHE TOWN YOU LIVE IN. . x Think well of it; stand up for it; speak in its favor; patron q 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 »rmrmmnm mm M. W. Ott made a' business :r:-trip to Bogalusa Tnesday. Our worthy friend, T. Gordon Reddy we are sorry to learn is quite sick at his home this week. Osborne Simmons of Isabel was up Monday night in atten dance at the Woodman's banquet. Olie Spring and T. C. Sheridan - left Sunday for Ruston where they go to take a business course at the Industrial College. - Dr. and Mrs. Robbins who left i here some time back to locate at  Pine, claim the congratulations .of their friends here upon the -:birthof a boy into their home1 i Dr. and Mrs. Oscar Varnadoof oi -Osyka a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 11 January 1912

Sheriff Sales. IJudicial District Court, State of ,oauiUians, Parish of Washington. Burris Bros. .td. Versus James W. Notice is herel Fthi by Sof a w la out of the=,t nve n ed court the matter of fili.0ris : Ltd. r' as James u'ssell "to .me, dlrected for . clOd; , 9e seitsed anid will offr for sale elto the last and highest bidder the principal front door of the Saturday, January 20, 1912 eon legal sale hours for Judicial e the following described proper to-wit: " re yoke of oxen. Term of sale: Cash.with bene.it of ment. This 28th day of Dec. "i JOE N. MAGEE, Sheriff. SJdicial Dist. Court State •of Louiniana. Parish of washington.. " i l . Wlacel L. Smith y Versus N. 353 i1 i hereby given by j'Niuoe toF Vied Paolas Issued out abv named court in tahe matter Walace cL. Smith Vs. No. ,151 Sam d ated 11th day Of t eihbe t"and will.o ui.f6 e e f1 to thI3astiandhlst~tsb14g prnial `front door of t th1 usOn 8atuhday 3rd day of twee the lonegal losale or dIoial sales the foll = y to-wit:...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 18 January 1912

•. {r. . . . . ..o. a` " . * *-, ** * __ I Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. ;VOLUME 2. ,.^ ,N(;oEW E T,. *,,: ...... M' . FRANKLINTON, LA., THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 19.12. __ __,-__ _ WAHIIINGTON LEADER, crTAIrlllnlK I|nHk. DELOS R. JOHNSON Cc hould Be Re-elected as Parish Representative for the Following Reasons: He was born and reared to manhood upon a farm in the Parish of Washington, stu and has always labored earnestly for the best interest of the people of the Parish. see He stands for progress in schools, churches, public improvements and business co enterprise. G( He is a young man of sober habits, of recognised honesty and integrty, and who St by experience, education and training is well qualified to fill the position of representa Stive. y He has served only one term-the only office he ever sought or held-and, his co :record being clean, is entitled to re-election. m THE RECORD SHOWS: That, as member of the house, he was independent in thoug...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 18 January 1912

ibet tra=tabes.t PUBLISHED WEEKLY. J. VOL BROCK, Editor, h and Proprietor. g Entered as second class matter April 5, 1910 the post omce at Franklinton, La., under g the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Advertising, Rate' on Application Address all Communications to a Era-Leader, Franklinton, La. i Advertisements and subscriptions will be continued t regular rates un tli all past indebtedness is paid up. SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 A YEAR Pranklinton, La., Jan. 18, 1912 Announcemellts,. t The Era-Leader is authorized to q announce the following named candi 'dates subject to the Democratic party n the coming primary: For State Senator JOE N. MAGEE A. J. ALFORD J. S. SETTON t For Representative T. E. BENNETT DELOS R. JOHIBSON For Sheriff EUGENE P. KNIGHT A. C. WILLIAMSB DEWIT E. BRANH, 1 T. J. SIMMONS - S '.D M..WADSWORTH . :Fr Clerkoif Cou M. A. THIGPEi': Fos. Assessor: "W. MAGEE, ,.r" . . ,-. W. WILK;- L " se. Tronrs J. P. WOODM SR. .. . PIERCE 8.W PoBlice Jry First Wa d Z t: :-:": ": .. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 18 January 1912

OUR CHOICE FOR GOVERNOR Jas. B. Aswell FOR STATE SENATOR Joe N. Magee r Local Items Brief Mention of Local and Personal l% Happenings of The Week. THE TOWN YOU LIVE I 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 Mrs. T. J. Simmons had with ::her on Monday her aged father. We are under obligations to Andrew Bridges of Clifton, for `': cash favors this week. Mrs. Lillie Howard Magee has d purchased the Millinery Stock of ": Miss Lane and will sell same at vj2 cost. Wiley Wood, Alton Simmons, ad. Add Wadsworth of Bogalusa SiD spent Sunday here with relatives Ss'aid friends. Mrs. T. D. Biock, after having ' spent -the. fall and winter with i:iher mother here, left Wednesday :oer Brockdale. i rs;. W. W. McDougald with a isses Bertha and Inez. left s day...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 18 January 1912

a. S.helr . L .' ee1· e i that by . e saa` direhO execution, sad it to 0ast d highest bidder urt o onf doo of the 4, eristINy, January so, se IrtI < betweoia bg1me hours for Judiiela ethef'dfowbg described proper Thre.  +ke of oxen. er aa of sale: Cash with bene3t of S uis 28th day of Dec. JOE N. MAGEE, Sheriff. Judiolal Diat. outt State of Louisiana, arish Q iarshindton. Wallia.,llmith Versus Ns. nIS ". ".. S, l I t oshereby given by virtue of t FI FPulas issued oit of naed  ourt In the matter Ia.2. Smith Vs. No. 1851 i11th dayof December i +,m+i tieaod for execution, I S a wil ofer for sale o ~t last ad i hihest bidder ! toidal front door of the :m. ~suu a da 3rd day of' _ Tsi thelegal sale idl Sales the following rty to-wit: Two: build 9lo 2, In blook 1in the ! to Bogalusa La., In i.RiZ.at taogether ' llegs on said lot. I S h with bene8f of , TL~O 1say of Dec. 4 ` Magee, t Sheriff. 11 Stat orf have and Sdder at o da A ut iof t rt. dR Sheribed bi day of Dec. ah.o"ta eli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 26 January 1912

Official Journal of Washington Parish and'the Town of Franklinton. VOLUME 2. FRANKLINTON, LA., THURSDAY, JANUARY 1912. 4 N m ompiled Statement Of votes east in Washington Parish on Tuesday, Jan. 23, for Governor U. S. Senator and Parish Officials. a .GOVERNOR J. B. Aswell 26 40 18 65 88 22 62 112 30 82 4 32 89 30 700 L-E. Hall 34 73 38 93 72 6 5 27 18 132 61 13 9 12 5983 IJo oT. Michel 5 7 8 4 42 7 1 11 5 79 14 14 2 1 200 I. . SENATE M.A J.;Foster 31 25 38 72 13 81 62 14 152 13 45 13 21 530 ,E. Ransdell 24 21 92 101 13 27 45 24 95 57 9 43 16 567. R .F. Broussard 20 41 22 63 66 6 7 32 47 88 20 11 20 12 425 4P.Pujo 29 30 22 29 37 2 7 33 13 40 16 8 13 12 291 Sanders 1I 38 17 52 82 26 52 60 12 136 33 38 47 15 619 A SENATE ~.A1tord 49 76 39 103 72 19 8 83 34 75 60 76 30 36 760 SeNi Magee 20 41 35 118 140 59 30 73 17 131 34 49 32 13 792 8.Setton 81 83 45 75 9 5 73 30 147 34 47 23 22 . 621 IMF liams 1 4 6 22 42 8 4 19 22 75 6 16 3 2 230 '$Bra ch 10 11 4 24 48 21 33 9 4 58 27 12 73 5 339 ...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 26 January 1912

be era=Ietabtr. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. J. VOL BROCK, Editor, and Proprietor. Entered as second class matter April 5, 1910 the:post offiee at Frannklinton, La., under the Act of Congres3 of March 8, 1879. Advertising Rates on Application Address all Communications to Era-Leader, Franklinton, La. Advertisements and subscriptions will be Cbntihued at regular rates un til all past indebtedness is paid up. SUBSCRIPTION $1.00. A YEAR Pranklinton, La., Jan. 18, 1912 Announcements. The Era-Leader is authorized to announce the following named candi dates subject to the Democratic party S the coming primary: For Sheriff T. J. SIMMONS D. M. WADSWORTH For Police Jury First Ward: G.- S. BRUMFIELD, J. BARNEY CORKERN Third Ward. 0. A. JENKINS D. A. VARNADO t1er E. Hall, Oual CVhoice. It: is needless to say that we 'egriet that Di·. Aswell Jailed to y t :' npminlation for governor i e S day's pinimnar. he peopi of the State have spoken aid ti dcgid .iy has been :fib shall support he W1iw We elieelive,to...

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