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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 2 March 1911

Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. VOLUME .g, "'I N F ANK INT N A.,THU--RS AY M 1 11-----, VOLUM_ J R,,,MoN ,E.u,. a PRANKLINTON, LA., THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1911. NUMBER 49 Peanuts in Louisiana. The principal crop to which the * farmers of certain sections of Louisiana have turned since the boll weevil came to abide and worry us is peanuts. In years gone by when cotton was king in two-thirds of the State no one thought of peanuts as a money crop. Today, many farmers in north Louisiana will tell you that they are making more money out peanuts than they formerly made out of cotton. On good land, and especially with a good "live wire" sort of a farmer back of the busi ness, yields of 40 and 50 bushels are made. The average for the entire country is about 34 bushels. Yields of 80 bushels and more, however, are not un common. Peanuts yielding 384 bushels of nuts per acre will give a ton of first-class legumi nous hay, worth $10 per ton. The nuts bring from 75...

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. — 2 March 1911

lb. tra-.tJr. Published Weekly by LADsaE PuBLserNG Co., lwa. J. VOL BROCK, - - Editor. i otred as second class matter April 5, 1910 .~ post oMlce at Franklinton, La., under taes; 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 til l1 past indebtedness is paid up. SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 A YEAR. Frelkllnton, La., March 2, 1911 Progress of Good Govern. me nt League. ; I. 1 Wl some of the zealous sup '- orters of the reform movement i : ': been urging upon the - f .s and promoters of the i".-ment more energetic or ga"lstion than has hitherto been shown, vet the progress already made throughout the State has been sufficient to give promise of .thecertainty of success in the approaching campaign. work done has been mainly direction of agitation and u ion through the public i " inn sympathy with the :, and by the dissemi f the speeches delivered 't...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 2 March 1911

Brief Mention of Local and Personal nsppenjng of The eek. Court will convene next Mon. day. Phone No. 85 for Oysters and Fish. Mrs. W. C, Lonnergan has been quite sick this week. Fertilizers..-Robert Babington,, Limited. Remember that Rally Day will be held here Saturday, March I 11th. For stove wood, oak and pine, ring no. 27. 1 Master Burt Brock, only son of the editor, is seriously ill with Pneumonia. Swan Brand Hats are best. x See Lonnergan. n J. W. Bateman, Parish Superin. tendent, returned Monday night from a trip to Mobile, Ala. Finest Oysters and Fish at Elite Restaurant. Quite a number took in the festivities of Mardi Gras in New Orleans this week. The Town Council should not at forget that the steel bridge needs D a coat of paint. l.--- P We will buy all your choice Yellow Yam Sweet Potatoes. 75 re cents Trade or 60 cents Cash. nE ROBERT BABINGTON, LTD. re H. Dunlap .is expected home tn shortly, from Wilhelm,. La., pr where he has been for some time past. We sell wood by ...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 2 March 1911

Sherif Sales. sablateam Sategasn Co. .td. Vs. o8n J. M. White. 96th Judicial District Court State of .. Louisiana Parish of Washington. Notdes is hereby given that by virtue of a writ of FPerl Facias issued S out of the above named court in the mutter of BabingtonBateman Co. Ltd. vn. J. X. white dated 23rd day of Dec. 1910 and to me directed for execution, I have seised and will offer for sale and le to the last and bighest bidder ' at the principal front door of the court hoose at Franklinton, La., on Saturday March 4, 1911 between legal sale hours for Judicial Sales the following described proper ty to-wit: The 1-2 interest in 8 acres of land in Tp. 1, S. R. 9 E., owned by J. M. & J. W. White, bound on North ;by laUc 4f Hiram Curter, East by lands S fo~rm ,owned by Jack Washington, ^h' now oined by Thomas & Williams r elty ,(o.. South and West by lands of W, i. Ott. Also one-half interest aIn - n to a certain saw mill, cotton AA gin i grist mill near Curter's switch situ...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 9 March 1911

- -· /'i ofci1I Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton V O L U M E i. " -ANK I-TO N EW - , gRA u ..o , mlo. wOLUM~ARIGN ,LEADER, ,A-L,,- ,, FRANKLINTON, LA., THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1911. Somewhat Venomous' IMorl'_e Poultryrh_.c ... ! . Somewhat Venomous' Itself. The N. O. States rightly enough characterizes as venom ous those newspapers which still seek to lay the blame for the Exposition fiasco upon Governor Sanders As our readers know, although we are no admirer of - the Governor to put it mildly, we have never been so palpably un just as to ascribe this failure to ' him, hence we-have no share in the epithet "venimous news papers" and no feeling in the Smatter whatsoever. • But we do characterize as l venomous indeed a statement i made in the Wednesday issue of E bthe States itself, while comment- I ing upon the Inspector of police's 11 -stopping the parade on Tuesday .,of the St. Louis Cemetery March-. king Club. The members of this tl organization wore death heads...

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. — 9 March 1911

Published Wekly by IanD PUmrUIS G Co., IUD. SJ. VOL BROCK, - - Editor. Eyred sseeond class matter April 5, 1910 A the post osee at Franklinton, La., under 1 the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Advertsling Rates on Application I Address all Communications to 1 ErasLsader, Franklinton, La. i ,- Advertisements and subscriptions will be continued at regular rates un- I til all past indebtedness is paid up. i SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 A YEAR. Frankllnton, La., March 9, 1911 i The case of the Taxpayers e versus the Town of Franklinton, asking the Court to set aside the railroad tax, which was voted herein 1906, for 8 mills, in favor fi the New Orleans Great North 4a .e Railroad, was tried Wednes- t Sdayand taken under advisement by the Court. This tax was a nalmouiVn carried by the v Oters of the town at the elec- T tisa, held ihortly before the rail- ci Sroad w asbuilt into our little city. cl `:,Tesa e taxpayers who voted S the tax at the election, or ii i se faed to vote at all, are op- di...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 9 March 1911

Local Items Brief Mentioa of Local and Personal Ott Happetinge of The Week. her Phone No. 85 for Oysters and a fc Fish. J. Warren Ball, of Angie, has C our than ks for cash favors. gar in c C, Mrs. Will Daniel, of Kentwood, pec visited here the first of the week. Fertilizers.-Robert Babington, ' Limited. it p A big crowd is expected Satur- par day in attendance of Rally Day. Ral Mrs. T. J. Simmons has been of e confined to her bed with fever for several days. par For stove wood, oak and pine, I ring no. 27. Miss Jennie North was a week- H. end visitor to Tylertown, in the Be; home of Mrs. Jas. Harvey. ton Swan Brand Hats are best. Ju See Lonnergan. Elli , Bol Now is the time to have your Mil horse clipped at Franklinton Livery Stable, L. Danziger, prop. Little Ellen and Mamie Brock Foi are spending the week in Angie Dr with little Miss Gladys Daniels. mu Finest Oysters and Fish at dam Elite Restaurant. Miss Lucy Wadsworth and cr brother Iddo, were the guests of ple -relatives at Cov...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 9 March 1911

Sheriff Sales. Bank of Franklinton 4 Versus No. 1689 W. W. Tolar 26th Judlcial Dist. Court, State of Louis < Iana Parish of washington. Notice is hereby given that by vir tue of an order of seizure and sale is sued out of the above named court in the matter of Bank of Franklinton vs. W. W. Tolr, dated 13th day of Feb., 1910, and to me directed for execution, I have seized and will offer for sale to 4 the last and highest bidder, at the 4 principal front door of the court house on Saturday, March 28th, 1911 between the legal sale hours for judi cial sales the following described property, to-wit: All merchantable timber to be used 4 for saw mill purposes, standing or down, on 80 acres of land more or less, situated in the Robert Simmons H. R. Pfo. 4, Tp. 2 and 3, S. R..10, E. St. Bekna Meridian, and more fully de Ssarbed as being all of N. E. 1-4 of said Seotion lying on the East side of N. O. S. N. Railroad, except six acres for merly sold to Burns and Shaw by C. L. Vamrnano, and...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 16 March 1911

i )'· P~ O fficial Journal of W ash ington P arish an d th e T ow n of F ran k lin ton . . O O U E 1 A U L N O E D R ~ ~ o1 0 R N L N O , L ~ T U S A , M R H 1 , 9 1 VOLUE 1FRANLINONLA.,ThUSDA, MACH 6, 911.NUMER Rally Day A Big Success. The Crowd in Attendance Was One of the Largest Ever Assembled here. Special Train Run from Angie Brought Hundreds of Pupils From Various Schools. Much Rivalry Shown in the Many Contests. F.C. I. Wins Championship Banner. The Second Annual Rally Day si for the schools of Washington parish was held in Franklinton, 1 Saturday, March 11, and proved a a most gratifying and .unprece. ti dented success from start to c finish. The exercises were held a at the Franklinton Central In- f stitute; the auditorium of the 9 schbool being used for the soelling bt and literary contests, while the v campus proved well adapted for v the athletic events. t Never before in the history of a the town. has such a concourse of t people, hailing from all parts of c the parish...

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. — 16 March 1911

* fbe erabLabtt. Published Weekly by LADa PUBLISHIGam Co., Ir. J. VOL BROCK, - Editor. Esered asr cond clasIa matter April 5. 1910 abe post omce at Frankllnton, La.. under L. Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Advertising Rates on Application Address all ComuolOations to Era-Leader, Franklinton, La. Advertisements and subscriptions rill be continued at regular rates un til all past indebtedness is paid up. SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 A YEAR. FrsnklintMI, La., March 16, 1911 Pledges and Promises. In the State campaign, open ing on us early because the peo* pie are determined not to be caught napping this time, but to be ready, organized and pre pared for the coming battle with te aisciine and ring, it is natu that the wonderful platform ( constructed by Lieut. Gov. Jared Sanders four years ago, and which landed him in the Gov* ernorship, should be undergoing rep1rs to be made ready for use an, as the voters will be asked todWiect the Governor to another h . office, and to accept the s he will ...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 16 March 1911

Local has UleUt isa pt Local and Peronal appealuip of The Woek. Phone No. 85 for Oysters and Fish. Hon. .C. 8. E. Babington, of New Orleans, was a week-end visitor to the old home. Swan .Brand Hats are best. See Lonnergan. Mrs. John Babington and in fant son are spending the week withb relatives here. For stove wood, oak and pine, ring no. 27. Mrs. Wyse Hart, we are sorry to learn, was quite sick during the Arsttof the week. Now is the time to have your horse clipped at Franklinton ULiry Stable, L. Danuziger, prop. Mis. J.0. Lively and danughter, Kma rinoe, are spending -this wkA1n New Orleans. gelhone No.85 for fish and oysters. . Mrs. W. 3, Dobson left Sunday toza a forthights' visit with rela tives in Jameston, Miss. Finest Oysters and Fish at Elite Restaurant. on. P. B. Garter and J. Vol Broc~ wer in attendence to 0att& into~i this week. XWeiewoed, byh the cord, not by the edandegivefull nmeasure. ,-RingstPoutW.2;-· · S .:s:W'Jed bee was looking ierfbasineie -matters in Angi...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 16 March 1911

Sank of Frrankllinton Versus No. 18®U W. W. Tolar hg UadlclalDist. Court, State of Louis ~as Parish of washington. NotUce is hereby given that by vir '. toe ýf an order of seizure and sale is sued out of the above named court in the atter of Bank of Franklinton vs. w. W. Tolar, dated 18th day of Feb., 1930, and to me directed forexecution, I hasve seized and will offer for sale to e last and highest bidder, at the principal front door of the court house on Saturday, March 25th, 1911 between the legal sale hours for judi clat sales the following described {property, to-wit: AR merchantable timber to be used for saw milt purposes, standing or down, on 80 acres of land more or less, situated in the Robert Simmons H. B. No, 4, Tp.2 s and 8, S. R.10, E. St. elsks Meridian, and more fully de as being all of N.E. 1-4 of said G ly Iing on the East side of N. O. S Ballroad, except six acres for mlsold to Burs and Shaw by C. L. Vrinano, and being the same property by pol r from 0. L. Varnado....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 23 March 1911

I;II8·F;CLR' -1 .7. r r r .,+ ." r'>t+ L? ý W '.,y^,n :6 ..' C ".; 'r '. < ,Y'> t?1 h` ,. ý,'s ta Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. VLM. NUMBER9,F KNNLT SD MC211 VOUM I.: ?ANNWBA.muunU RNLNOL. HRDY AC 3_91 ____ Police Jury Proceedings. tr Franklinton,La., March 6,1911. 8 The Police Jury in and for the T Parish of Washington, met in S regular session, at the court C house in the town of Franklinton, C on the above date, with all mem- C bers present. 9 The meeting was called to F order by President R. E. Keaton, A and the following business trans- F acted: On motion of W. L. Smith, sec onded by J. W. Owens, the fol lowing elaims were approved and paid. F A Bond,reparing bridge$ 25 00 Joe Alford,building bridge 16 40 L V Bannister, reparing J Silver Creek bridge.... 7 00 1 P G Spring,feeding prison- I ners, Feb. 1, to March 1, 206 60 I P G Spring, feeding road hands, Feb. 13,to March t 5..................... 130 60 M C Poole, reparing river bri...

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 March 1911

Published Weekly by LIaDasaPuLIsamNo Co., IlrD.6 J. VOL BROCK, - - - Editor. watered as secod class matter April 5, 1910 Bibe post osee at Frankllnton, La., under ke Aes of Conurem of March 3, 1879. Advertising Rates on Application Address all Communications to Era-Leade'r, Franklinton, La. Advertisements and subscriptions will be continued at regular rates un $ti all put indebtedness is paid up. SUBSCRIPTION 81.00 A YEAR. Prnaklintun, La, March 23, 1911 Now, look here Mr. Merchant of Franklinton, do you think you are treating your local news r as you shouldY We have this town ten mercantile estab ment and we are carrying 'Tdvertieements at present for I two of these, We have turned down several paying adver tisements, from out-of-town ' eOncerns, because we believe i , t.b* l d not wholesome nor for the i :lzt ~i nterest of the community,  although perfectly legitimate. Wehaive got to live. Our family mUst. be supported, and we think  haCthe merchants should give Sustheir patrona...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 23 March 1911

LocaI tems ,f Mtion of Local and Personal - appenljag of The Week. Phone No. 85 for Oysters and Fish. . The March jury term of court will convene here Monday. Miss McKenzie spent the week end in the Crescent City. Swan Brand Hats -are best. See Lonnergan. Willis Corkern was circulating among friends here last Sunday. For stove wood, oak and pine, ring no. 27. Dr. nnd Mrs. Jim Denman, of Richardson, were over Sunday. Mrs. J. S. Brock, Jr., was quite sick the first part of the week. Finest Oysters and Fish at Elite Restaurant. Mrs. J. L. Brock spent several of last week with relatives in Brockdale. Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Jones spent a few days in the Crescent City this week. See Shoe display in Lonner gan's windows. Miss Zulu Spring has been seriously sick this week, but we are glad to learn that she is much I improved. Joe N. Magee, D. E. Branch, J. Vol Brook and Dr. J. L. Brock mdade a quick business trip to Warnerton Sunday. Telephone No.85 for fish and oysters. Job Tippen, who left h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 23 March 1911

Sheriff Sales. Bank of Franklinton Versus No. 1689 W. W. Tolar 6th JudicialDist. Court, State of Louis iana Parish of washington. Notice is hereby given that by vir tue of an order of seizure and sale is sued out of the above named court in the matter of Bank of Franklinton vs. W. W. Tolar, dated 13th day of Feb., 1910, and to me directed for execution, I have seized and will offer for sale to the last and highest bidder, at the principal front door of the court house on Saturday, Maroh 25th, 111 between the legal sale hours for judi. cal sales the following described property, to-wit: All'merchantable timber to be used for saw mill purposes, standing or down, on 80 acores of land more or less, situated in the Robert Simmons H. B. No. 49, Tp. 9 and 8, 8. R. 10, E. St. Hekna Meridisa, and more fully de "oribed as bemg all of N. E. 1-4 of said Section lynlg on the East side of N. 0. G. N. Railroad, except six acres for -asly sold to Burns and Shaw by 0. L. Varuauo, and being the same ...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 23 March 1911

rouble Ah pule . g Creati 'om P Describe With of Pantal chment." New Yo According to dispatch Paris the hob is about tcw supplanted by and dar eation in the wa skirt wli- s described by makers al' skirt rwith a sor pantalooi`" tachment." The skirt, it , is the invention Paul Poirei wnmaker of Paris. "'New York h as already imports from Paris a ignment of these skirts, which eing displayed to dressmakers and the house is rait prepared to m e and fit any wom- and an with the n eation who thinks flat she would like ear it. sled Some of the dressmakers were hot asked to desc the new fashion. Their ideas of th irt differed, and of none of them ould' e the same de- h(, scription of it, but th- 1 objected to dis: the use of the Word pantaloon," unc "breeches" or "trousers"' describing tini t,. though nt~e of them s able to to: * suggest a more delicate ord for the in skirt's masculine attacr ient. ord A woman representase of an im- are porting house, said: . es, we have ere heard about...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 23 March 1911

anyway? P ing: the unity of ' the existence of a nd which causes busi- ' social enemies to put tl sll differences when it es-too "boosting the town." s ao 'gn ever a made real pro- ' :greýi on the way to substantial h , sccess without the get-together " x:"spirit, unanimously adopted. It has rejuvenated old hulks of a towns that were yawning their l way into endless sleep. It has 0 infused nee life-blood into the hearth of commercial life and s mad thriving cities out of para- a lytic villages. Natural advantag- F es count for much,and prosperity 2 cannot be built on shifting sand, but any town with half a chance can be made to grow and thrive when its citizens join with accord in the boosting process. ho oard Proceedings. b : anklin , La., March 23, '11. e Paris School Board met Sthe aba a date in special eon,~ with a quorum t, e President called order and the min t previous meeting .i : er 'ea iadopted. `` `; ~The I the meeting be iihugto d ne whether or not sehoolas cntinue and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 23 March 1911

our SLocal Items ne Brief Mention of Local and Personal tllis i Happenings of The Week. ) T is and Phone No. 85 for Oysters and geti Fish. any B. S. Richardson, of Sunny and Hill, was a guest, Sunday, in the h'er Carter home. nia Swan Brand Hats are best. of o See Lonnergan. it sl Miss Zoula Spring is now con- pos Vlescing after her serious illness plel oflast week. lar ' For stove wood, oak and pine sua ring no. 27. con . Joe Carter, of Natchitoches, ha pras among his many friends h , )re this week. Now is the time to have your effi horse' clipped at Franklinton ren Livery Stable, L. Danziger, prop. an( Misses Jennie North and Pearl da. Mc1 nzie spent Saturday and par Sunday in Tylertown. of WANTED-At the old depot, a few boarders. MRs. CUMBAA. Hon. Jack Alford, of Amite, 26, candidate for the State Senate Mi from tiis district, was in town dal Monday. wa Bit Finest Oysters and Fish at Elite Restaurant. 4, Mesdames W. W. and Robt. Ha Babmgton, with theirlittle ones, Th spent Thursd...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 23 March 1911

OrdinanCes o Po ry. Be is ordainerd b le Police 4 Jury of Washington parish, that 4 all rish male convicts, over the 4 'ae of eighteen (18) years and un. 4 der the age of fifty-four (54) shall 4 be workedupon the public roads 4 under the provisions and in ac- 4 cordance with the regulations of ( Act No. 204 of 1908; That such ( convicts as are serving terms upon ( default of payment of cost or fines I shall be paid for their services, ( the sum of Eight ($8.00) Dollars ( per month, which shall be I credited towards the liquidation 4 of such costs or fines. That each 4 convict so worked upon the public ( road who renders efficient ser- ( vices and complies with the rules 4 and regulations adopted for their 4 discipline shall have deducted 4 from his term of imprisonment, 4 whether such term shall be for 4 default of payment of costs or 4 fines or otherwise, One-sixth S thereof. That ten honrs of labor I 7 shall constitute a days work. I Be it further ordained that such convicts who s...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
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