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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 26 January 1912

Local Items Brilo Mention of Local and Personal Happenings of The Week. , ' THIE TOWN YOU LIVE IN. .' .Think well of it; stand up for iit; speak in its favor; patron .: ze 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 J. L. Dupuy, of Kentwood, was a Tuesday visitor, We are very sorry to learn of the serious illness of A. J. Welch. Mrs. Chandler, of Folsom, `was the guest of Mrs. Pierce `eal one day last week. Mr. Charlie Gayer visited irelatives and friends here one day last week.  We are very sorry to learn that our fellow townsman J. M. Burria is still confined to his bed. Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Bateman .iof Richardson spent Tuesday With -relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. J. Vol Brock h:d as a guest Monday evening :ir. Burr of Memphis Tenn. William Babington has accept Yi,1position with the N, O. G. .I R. as agent at Robinb...

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. — 26 January 1912

1 u otoiii, 5 Orleants to with n11w Bsene Street Nice Rooms 50 cents per night. Cis Trespass No0tice. er Positively no bunting allowed 8.5 on the land of the undersigned. mn , A. J. SEAL. Se Notice. ap 19 * Town taxes will be delinq uen after the frst day of Feb. 1912 After which date 2 per cent pe :month will be collected according 26 to laW. WALDO ALFORD Marhall J. Sheriff Sales. 26th Judicial Dist. Court State of to Louisiana. Parish of washington. 01 Jl Wallae LSmith Verses No. 1861 Notie is hereby given by virtue of a writ of Feri Pacs issued out of d t.s qvevnamed court. in the matter 'of W doeo L. Smith Vs. No. 1851 eo. Sam, dated 11th day of December ;il:, a~ d to me directed for execution, i haveseized and will offer for sale :and ase to the last and highest bidder tal i t pa front door of the o u e'on BoSatuaday 3rd day of Jsa 19i' ,1921 between the legal sale far judicial sales the following property to-wit: Two build. o6 n lot 2o , iu block lin the tio to Bogaluesa L...

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

S____be_ ~rzeabcr. _ Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. #Y)LUME 2. NFNK RR'TO, 6AT.:LIAt:::X ,N::: FRANKLINTON, LA., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1912. OF.J. B7ASWELL SA SUPPORTS JUDGE HALL. Th 121 .New Orleans, La. Jam. 26, '12. To the Twenty-three Thouesand Fd Four Hundred and Seventy- 271 seven of My PersonaL Friends in Louisiana IWho VYoted for L. .4e Last Tuesday, Greeting: My ever heart beat pulsates 0. Ysincere gratitude for your faith Ge in me, and for your loyalty to the pinciples foi: which we stand. La R Your candidate was not elected S. but your rotes were not lost. Sty A patriotic vote for a principle the is never lost. Men pass away. de -fPrinciples are eternal. The De principles of independent Democ* to racy, honest service and home role, are imperishable; and I sel have unshaken faith in their 4ultimate triumph. I stand to" .day exactly where I stood April 1 1, 1911, when I began, without mIoney or organization, the fight foe --apipst machine...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 1 February 1912

ArIbe tra.Itee.. SPUBLISHED WEEKLY. J. VOL BROCK, Editor, aid Proprietor. S i M uaeou d clans matter April 5, 1910 1 o3to6ee at PasakllatOe. La., under f lAteW Conrges oi Mateh . t18i. AvertisIt Rataes on Application Address all Colmmunicntions to ra.Leader, Franklinton, La. .AdvertiuUments and subscriptions ilfl be coatlnued at regular rates un Sllm past indebtdness is paid up. sug0BIPTION 61.00. A YEAR irnahI~uten La., Feb.1, 192 nluncements. t g .lA. UI athorized to Stbe following named candl'1 esbjet to te Democratlc party the coming primary: Far %jSidei T. J. SIMMONS D. M. WADSWORTH oer Potlsee Jry First Wards y P. .. BRUMPIELD, . BARNEY CORKERN thirdI Ward. _J 0. . LJNKINS B S AD.BVRADO Hai Should Resign. v onwas=:, --e- w Ih has withdrawn ri b I i for governor, Gov. cc eders has withdrawn Ih - floe ao U: 8. Senator T rof~ T. H. Harris, ci d the nomi "t Superintendent ý, ou{od1esign. is h is o ral right a Stead in the e l0toe of samd V id the office. H e . admin isrationa with...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 1 February 1912

I=Local Items N Elaento of Local and Personal Happenlugs of The Week. SVIETOWN YOU LIVE . IN. k well of it; stand up for x e k in its favor; patron-. merchants; encourage 1 industries; cheer every x enterprize; see all that is 3 utifulin it; chant praises a the good it possesses;sing h of its improvements: love it: o stick to it;else move out of it TWrrrvurinnrvawsITnrr a .W; F. MaGahee of Bogalusa h sent'Friday and Saturday here. ii Miss Pearl McKenzie of Hack. a ,visited Mrs. E. A.. Burris week b lam Willoughby of Bogalusa eJarl Bean of Richardson Sunday visitors, a iss Jennie North spent last kend with Tylertown rela. es. g issesAmy Berthea and Edna p laesof Tylertown were guests b rdeay of Mrs. J, Vol Brock. 'ather Paul came up from ti sy Saturday night to attend n. Beddy in his illness,N sRebbecca Burch, of S was a week-end as ttMrs. Frank Brown. ai Cottage Hotel is up to every respect. "Try us ]i convienced." `cd Reddy of Bowie, La, is .the week here at the ide of his father w...

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

Sheriff Sales. `:.2th JudicidtDist. Court State of Louisiana, Parish of washington. Wilae L.tSmilth Verbs. No. 1851 Geo. Sam SNotice is hereby given by virtue of a writ of Flei" Facias issued out of the above named court in the matter _ of Wallace L. Smith Vs. No. 1851 Geo. Sam, dated 11th day of December 1411, and to me directed for execution, I have seized and will offer for sale and sell to the last and highest bidder i S at the principal front door of the courthouse on Satuaday 3rd day of February,' 1911 between the legal sale :. hours for judicial sales the following ' described property to-wit: Two build :_ ings located on lot 2, iu block 16 in the t Pierce addition to Bogalusa La., in .. I , R. 39, Tp. 3 S. H. 13, East together -ith a Lien and privilege on said lot. '.'erms of sale: Cash with benefit of --:appraisement. This 28th day of Dec ember 1911. Joe N. Magee, Sheriff. . 6th Judicial District Court, State of S' Louisiana, Parish of Washington. Asa A. Pigott Versus No. 1...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 8 February 1912

I:: ----b-~ Ira----eabtr.--- -~7I~ Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. VOLUME 2. Un, ANK ,gyININE ZRA gR,=*zT. 1988 'FRANKLIN1'ON LAT VOLUMEA2. raanLNDx NEW EHA i E E FRANKLINTON, LA.. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1912. NUMBER 45 id Hall Thanks Voters; WiI Keep Plafform Pledges Judge Hall, the Democratic uobinee for Governor: of La., February 1, gave to the press the following letter: Monroe, La., Feb. 1, 1912. To the voters of. Louisiana I beg to return my hearty thanks to all the thousands of voters who cast their ballots for ioe in the recent primary. I , deeply appreciate your confidence ptsme as a man and as a leader .:in your behalf. I am also trily grateful to those voters who in the hour of trial, when a second primary seemled to be in sight, came to my support and pledged Ato fight with me to the finish. You were pursuing the same ends, but by a different route. our prompt action sealed the f4naj1 verdict. To all these I again pledge my lhoser tbat I...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 8 February 1912

PUBLISHED WEEKLY. J. VOL BROOK, Editor, and Proprietor. L tere4 as second class matter April 5, 1910 the post omee at Franklinton, La., under Ibe Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Advertisiflg Rates on Application Address all Communications to gra-Leader, Franklinten, La. Advertisements and subscriptions will be continued at regular rates un $i al afpa niiibtedine isi paid up SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 A YEAR 'anklrintont, La., Feb. 8 1912 fAnnouncemeunts The Era-Leadel is authorized to announce the following nasned candi Sdates subjett to the Democratic party n the coming primary: For Sheriff T. . J. SIMMONS D. M. WADSWORTH For Police Jury I First Ward: . SU. BRUMFIELD, J. BARNEY CORKERN Third Ward. 0. A. JENKINS D. A. VARNADO The announcemet was made the s Shere this week that J. Vol Brock ce t wold be a cannidate for the well 1 So' of District Attorney in the o y Sprimary which will bethe but the last of August.over r readers we are sure. willex- and s rif we should, at some that *P issu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 8 February 1912

_: ,., Z~rs n Tli· IA & d nm * o'clock. LU.I0 I 1511 scrn ~1\ ie a .flfgS Them Weeký j Brief Mati on of Local and Personal stoke. H-appnings of The Weak. ___________ tdied at I 'ýs . Noi rfh SllPtlLARIEAAE~lPltltJlltl~fltýL! Clapt. THE TOWN YOU LIVE iiito a IN. .IN. months Think well of it; stand up for ed by tlh it; speak in its favor; patron- only so ize its merchants; encourage eing S! its industries; cheer every to ever i live entorprize; see all that is slight 1si beautifulin it; chant praises occurre to the good it possesses;sing ceeding of its. improvements; love it: Capt. stick to it;else move out of it raised i wrIaflrVT rflrrBrr1 )* i only 18 of the ( I. L. Pope moved into the King Conner Sheridan residence Tuesday. the Ti M. W. Ott visited Mt. Herman Dmert a and Sunny Hill this week. seeing Robt. Babington was 1i New "Car th Orleans on busines this week. Ile was Dr.J.. Pirceof ogusa-111 till was a visitor here yesterday. he was Misses Nell and Mamie Ott, of being I K....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 8 February 1912

Sheriff Sales. 26th Judicial Court, State of Louisiana Parish of Washington. Thos. B. Erln N Versus Jan R. R. Jikln s Janl N otice is hereby given that by virtue of S of order of seizure & sale issued out of Rar the above named court in the matter file 61 Thos. B. Erwin V . R. R. Jcnkins Five dated January 4, 1912 and to me di- to ected for execution, I have seized and Clei willoffer for sale and sell to the last O and highest bidder at the principal Sin front door of theb courthouse on Her Saturday, Febuary 24, 1912 during ton the sale hours for judicial sales the followiiing property to-wit: Two 'hundred acres more or less of land, situated in Sec. 48 Tp. 3 S. R. 19E. and See. 37 Tp. 3 S. . 11 E. St. P ` el, Mer. and bound on the North by Iands of Jacob Magee, East by Un Lawrence Creek, south by~lands of R, P. Simmons and West by Bogue In Chitto River. Terms of sale: Cash with benefit of appraisement. I This 18th day of January 1912. Joe N. Magee, Sheriff. 26th Judicial Distri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 15 February 1912

~he R*traber ___ Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. VOLUME 2. " .. -- FRANKLINTON, LA., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1912. POULIC JURY PROCEEOINGS, ,", Roa Franklinton, La., Feb. 5,1912. Pub The police Jury met in regular Ind session in the court house in the T town of Franklinton ' with all members present. Meeting was called to order by reg Press, Keaton and minutes of P previous meeting read and ap- the on proved. On motion W. L. Smith second- the ed.by C. A. Jenkins and carried, ye. the petition of the citizens asking pei for a public road beging at a on the Mt. Herman and Sunny Hill road near R. B. Riley's and see running north to Sunny Hill ie' Switch, thence east to Mt. Her- me man station was granted. Comrn sai missioners to lay out and open on uy said road D. A. Brock,, G, M. The, and 0. Banister. On motion by W. I. Smith, Tb seconded by C. A. Jenkins, and carried the petntipn for change in Mt. BHerman and Sunny Rill road at Sunny Hill was granted....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 15 February 1912

`eit Ca-rababet I PUBLISHED WEEKLY. S-.VOLIBROCK, Editor, and Proprietor. Lntered as second class matter April 5, 1910 tJhe,postomffice at Franklinton, La., under the Act of Congress of March 3, 18~9. o11 -thu Advertising Iates on Application Address all Communications to sent Era-Leader', Franklinton, La. end Advertisements and subscriptions tier will be continued at regular rates un- vor til all past indebtedness is paid up. SUBSCRIPTION 81.00 A YEAR SFrankllnton, La., Feb. 15 1912 . Annoluncemelnts. O : ,The Era-Leader is authorizsed to Tbo Eannodnee the following named candli ;datesarbject to the Democratic party poi St.e coming primary: ' del For'S herift for T. J. SIMMONS D.-M.: WADSWORTHI als ' For Police Jury sh: First Ward: 0. 8. BRUMFIELD, ' .,BARNEY CORKERN Third Ward. S . A. JENKINS. : D. A. VARNADO{ Mu. M; Walters, Gunn, Miss., Vi. BooI , of Louisiana, j it of the Louisiana 1~aptist, 4 a e ed to meet and discuss ýO ,ipn issue as existing a of _ st. Thle iiesussion T 'S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 15 February 1912

ILocal . tems , Brief Mention of Local and Personal Happenzings of The Week. THE TOWN YOU LIVE IN. `4 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 S of its improvements; love it: * stick to it;else move onu of it. aaT waUTVp p p 6T >rou I J. A. Fendlason called to sel us one day this week. . Miss Pearl McKenzie of Hack. S y visited friends here Saturday, Misses Roxie Wilkerson and K lannie Bickham of Richardson " were Saturday visitors. D.. A Self, of Sheridan, was i:attending to business in Frank Linton today. : Dr. J. E. Fortinberry, of Mt. Sermon, was in our little city Thursday. Mr. Bilbo has moved his family " into the Reddy residence on :{ Tenth Ave. ,Our friend W. D. Magee and S:.n, of Zona, called to see us ' . terday. -";..Mirs. Ed Sturdivant we are to learn is convalisceng ;'ifer a right serious illness ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 15 February 1912

S Sheriff Sales. NO DEJ 26th Judicial Court, State of Louisiana Parish" of Washington. E Notic Thos. B. Erwin Versus I Tan. 4 R. ?t. Jenkins H. . Notice is hereby 'i ,en t!hat by virtue of ý. of order of seizure & sale issued out of Rafier the aloce named c(t,)it in the matter t'i eCl f of Thos. II. Erwin Vs. . H R. .enkis IFie Y dated Jlanuary 4, 1!i2 at:d to me di- to the rected f',r execution. I have seized and Clerk will offer for sale and sell to the last on he and highest bidder at the principal Clain front door of the courthouse on Henry Saturday, Febuary 24, 1912 during ton P the sale hours for judicial sales the following propertV to-wit: Two hundred acres more or less of land, situated in Sec. 48Tp. 3 S. 1. 0 E. and Sec. 3i Tp. 3 S. tR. 11 E. St. Pel Hlel, Mer. and bound on the North by land, of Jacob lMagee, East by Lawrence Creek, south by lands of R. P. Simmons and West by Bogue In tl Chitto River. Terms of sale: Cash with benefit of appraisement. In This 18th day o...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 22 February 1912

r' * -:*?.* * ". -. ... 4. Official Journal of Washngton Parish an .'f Town if Fran kinton. VOLUM. 2. WASI[,TO.N L,1AI ,,mnU.m aO, FRANKLINTON, LA., THURSDAY, FE3REU! iRY 22, 1912. .i I IF~ll I ll ~mI m • Im~~ ImY iO IJA)R( .. . . .... mi l I • mm •• •mm mm • . l m . . . . . . . . . DIONSTRATION TRAIN TO VISIT WASHINGTON PARISH. . Will Be at Bogalusa Rio and Franklinton on March 8. The Louisiana State Demon stration Train operated under the joint auspices of the Louisi ana State University, The State Board of Health, The State De 'partment of Education, The United States Department of Agriculture, and the various f,~ailroads in the State, will be at :Bogalusa, Rio andFranklinton on March the 8th. 1912. The live stock exhibit on the demonstration train this year idl be the most complete in the history of this means of placing jot~ t lessons before the people - of the rural districts of the -state. The stations putchased fromn the iiers at the state fair in Sbree i' 0 last year...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 22 February 1912

bfrera:Ieabtr. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. S 'JVOL.BROCK, Editor, S and Proprietor. 'gntcred as second class matter April 5, 1910 bhe post office .t Franklinton, La.. under Lhe Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. Advertisingl Rates on Application Address all Communications to Era-Leader, Franklinton, La. AdvertiseumentS and subscriptions will be continued at regular rates un til all past iundebtedness is paild up. SUBbChlPT1ON i$1.00 A YEAR Franklinton, La., Feb. 22 1912 Aiulounlcemelnfs.* The Era-Leader is authorized to anmiounce the following named candil dates subject to the Democratic party o the coming primary: : or Sheriff T. J. SIMMONS SD. M. WADSWORTH . or' Police Jury . First Ward: G. 8. BRUMFIELD, J. BARNEY CORKERN Third Ward. C. A. JENKINS . A.n VARNADO S ROBERT' EWIN Ste _A'vCndidate For Nationul .Cominitteemlan, '':I answer to .numerous in- Fi i =coiflng from all part.s of :h0vsent National Committee " r ~Luisiana.'desires to ýn' noe that he will again be a ate for that Qftice; su...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 22 February 1912

local Items 1 . M Brief Mention of Loeal uand P'erson:d . T'U St Happeaingit of her Wep:. ' IN. .er Sit iindustries; cheer every live enterprise; see all that i beautiful a it; chant praiss for to the good it possesses;sing of its improvements: love it: rela stic to it;else move out of it eM Evidently there will be weddin lo bells in PFrankhanto soon. - Mr and Mrs. Hunter Greenlaw C 1I are visiting Mrs. L. D. Greenlaw WaC this week. Mrs. Maurice Bateman, of .By .Richardson, was visiting Mrs. n" Ed Burris Monday. . Miss Ophelia Pope entertained the School Improvement League Saturday night. 'A beautiful disp lay of ready lint to wear and untrimmed hats. the MRS. L. H. MAGFE. late Ralph McCarty visited frienl pre and relatives here last Saturday and Sunday." fri T Arthur Hood who is now attend ng Soule, visited his parents -: several days this week. _. D. C. Wood was a business "Z wisitor to St. Elmo, La.. this hav wr;`ºeek. to1 tot l' Ladies and Misses trimmed no sbi bats. latest styl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 22 February 1912

Sheriff Sales. S6t1 Judilfial Court, State of Louisiana .- Parish of W~\alington. Thos. U. -Erwin Versus R. R. Jenkies n. otie i: , ebhy giiven that by virtue of order of sei/.~Ire & sale issued out of the ahu o namIdi court in the matter of Thosl. I. Erwin V'. R. R. Jenkins datie .J;:nuary 4, 1912t and to me di rected for e:,ecution. I have seized and will offer for :alt andl sell to the last and highest hidd'mr at the principal front door of the courthouse on Saturday. FI'tuarv 24, 1912 during the sale hours for judicial sales the following I'rolperty to-wit: Two hundred acres more or less of land, situtted in See. 48 T'p. 3 S. R. JOE. and Sec. 3; Tp. 3 S. H. 11 E. St. Hel, ,let. and bound on the North by lan(ld of Jacot, Magee, East by Lawrence Cre',k. south by lands of R. P. Simmons and West by Bogue Cbhitto River. Terms of sale: Cash with benelit of appraisement. This 183th day of January 1912. Joe N. Magee, Sheriff. 26th. Judicial District Court, State of Louisiana, Pari...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 29 February 1912

Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. VOLUME 2. NY, ,,; . p*, RY FRANKLINTON, LA., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1912. NUMB A SUPT. HARRIS AND ASK HIM TO SET OFF TICKET. LAlAYI FFE,~a., Feb. 23.-A 4 large and enthusiastic audience of representative citizens last I night heard wellknown speakers severely arraign the attitude of I Superintendent of Education T. H. Harris in the recent State primary. Strong resolutions j were adopted asking Mr. Harris. to surrender his nomination. I Judge William Campbell of the District Court called'the meeting to order. John Kennedy presid. .ad and J. J. Fournet was made Ssecretary, Leo Judice, a prominent busi S neas man; Judge Julian Mouton, IW::. D. Torian. Attorney Jerome ; ` Mouton, JudgePhilip S. Pugh of t irowley, and Mr. Kennedy and ;Iex.layor C. O. Mouton spoxe. It w a charged that Mr. Harris 'fas insincere when he wrote blver his own signature thbat he to keep the schools out potic, and in a measure he J 'taied his'...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 29 February 1912

sbIe raJ= Týt. * PUBLISHED WEEKLY. - J. VOL BROCK; Editor, and Proprietor. .tered as second olass master April 6,1910 he;podt ofefe at Frsnklinton, La., under 6he Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Advertising Rates on Application Address all Communications to Era-Leader, Franklinton, La. Advertisements and subscriptions will be continued at regular rates un tii all past indebtedness is paid up. SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 A YEAR Frankllnten, La., Feb. 02 1912 Announcements. The Era-Leader is authorized to announce the following named candi dates subject to the Democratic party n the coming primary: For ~heriff T. J. SIMMONS D. M. WADSWORTH For Police Jury First Ward: G. S. BRUMFIELD, J. BARNEY CORKERN Third Ward. '0. A. JENKINS F D. A. VARNADO _T* Jls. Simmons Wins for Sheriff The primary election of Tues. iii -passed off anietly and or dpiSl' The vote while not quite so S large as in the first primary, was :,a sp7ledid one. Much interest was i dnifested and the race for : sheriff was very ...

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