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Blended Fruit Flavors
These, accomplished by an art, give Coca-Cola its in imitable flavor. None but the genuine is contained in the patented bottle. Get it from your grocer, at refreshment stands, at cafes and restaurants. PINELAND SPRING SBOTTLING WORKS COVINGTON, LA. THOUSANDS OF AUTOMOBILISTS WITNESS CUMBING CONTESTS BY MOTORCYCLES Thousands of automobillsts witnessed the annual motorcycle hill-dimbing contest at San Juan Capastrano, Cal., reeently. The course Is 500 yards long end 74 degrees steep. Dud Perkins is shown making his successtal trip to the top of the mountain. This photograph made from the tQp of the hn., shows some of the thou minds of automobiles parked below. COVINGTON MOSS WORKS TELEPHONE 87 MANUFACTURERS OF NEW PROCESS MOSS MATTRESSES MATTRESSES OF ALL KINDS REPAIRED AND MADE OYER USE "DIAMOND. DYES" Dye rightI Don't risk ma terlaL Each package of "Dia mnond Dyes" tontatns direc tions so slmple that any woman can diamond-dye a new, rich, fadeless color into old garments, draperies, cov erings, everything, whether wool, silk, linen, cotton or nmixed goods. Buy "'I)iamond Dyes"--no other kind-then perfect re sults are guaranteed even if you have never dyed before. 1 hrgglst has "Diamond Dyea Color Card"--16 rich color,; (Rent your room through a "Rooms For Rent" ad and keep the disfiguring placard out of your front window. J The newspaper ad is dignified, sends you numerous applicants from which to choose, and does not detract from the exclusiveness of your home. ·'"I I I i PIIOPIOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION, OF LOUISIANA. (Continued from page 5) be transferred or assigned to any corpoiation or corporations, person or persons whomsoever, and, pro vided further, that this exemption shall L.ot apply to double tracks, sid ings, witches, depots or other im proveinents or betterments, whica may he constructed by railroads now in operation within the State, other than ,xtensions or new lines coa structed by such railroads. There shall De exempt from taxation the! legal reserve of life insurance corn panes organized under the laws of this Slate. The property or real es tate belonging to any military or ganization of the State of Louisiana which is used by the State National Guard or Militia for m:litary pur poses, such as arsenals or armories, while so used, shall be exempt from taxation. There shall also be ex empt, from taxation, loans made u) on security of mortgages granted u) on real estate situated in this State as well as the mortgages granted L secure said loans, and the not-' bonds, or other written 'nstrument evidencing the said loans, wheth, in the hands of the mortgagee, or hi or their transferees; and all loan made by life insurance companies t their policyholders, upon the sol security of policies held by the be rower in the company making th. loans, as we:l as all notes or othc, written instruments, evidencing su'l loans, provided, that in the case c loans i'pon policies of life insurance as aforesa'd, the rate of interest charged upon such loans does not e: coed five per cent (5 per cent) per annum discount. The capital, surplus and personal estate of every corporation organiz ed after November 23rd, 1912, in this State for the sole purpose cf lending money on mortgages on country property situated in LouiJ: ana at a rate of interest not to ex ceed -ix per cent. (6 per cent) net to the borrower, w th power to nego tiate and handle bonds and secur' tLe. issued by the various parishes and lpcal dist,'icts and muunicipalite.-3 of the State of Louis ana shall be e. empt ti oii taxation for twenty (2'i yea:s from the date of the organiza tion of said compani'es; provide l, that said companies shall have a ftal-;paid cash capital stock of not less than 1ZO0,000.0t-; and, provid ed fuirher that in case any such co ' porarton shall on any loan charge the borrower more than six per cent in terest, whether by way of commi, sion, discount or otherwise, it shall forte t the entire exemption herein grant"3d, and be subject to taxation from the time it makes such loae, and any such corporation handling or. ne ,otiaLiug any securities ot.- r than those hereinabove mentione l shall incur a like forfeiture. Sucu corporation shall have powel to receive al y money on deposit or u( do a banking business of any sort, but a'l such corporations shall bt under the control and superv'sion )t the Examiner of State Banks., whosa duty .t shall be to report to the A, torney General any violation of the condition of this exemption. Steamship companies organized as hereinafter set forth, together with1 their capital stock and all the:r prop erty, corporeal and incorporeal, shall be exempt from all taxes and licens es, State, parish, levee and muinci pal, uoth general and special, ex clusive of wharfage, shed or levee dues, for fifteen years from the date of filing with, the "Secretary of State proof that their authorized capital stock has been paid ip full in cash. No such steamship company shall have toe benefit of this Constitution al provision except upon the follow ing conditions: First-That such company shall have been organized and the while of its authorized capital stock pa.d in cash before January 1st, 1916. Sacoad--That such company shall be domiciled in the City of New Or leans, or in some other port of this State Th:rl--That such company shall have a capital stock of at least three million do.lars, payable in cash. Fourth-That t shall be provided in the charter of the company ..3,a no corporat: 'n, lirm, or individual .ha:! own or control, either dlire "tly cr Itairectly, more than one-twent~ - eth of the capital stock of the com pany; and that all pooling agr3e ment. and voting trusts between th, stockaolders to 'control the corpora ton :-hall be absolutely null ano void and no stock held in any scuA pool cr voting trust shall ever ce voted at any corporate e.ection ,;r meeting. Fitth-That the capital stac i t each company shall be open to public sDoscription by public alvert;s,' n.ents in the New Orleans newspap els for at least three months bc>-rce :ne books are closed, and if o:,vr .aus~rt ibed shall be apport ',ied an,cng the subscribers. Sixth-That all vessels operated by said company shall be common carriers on every voyage unless th.. whole capacity of the ship shall ne chartered for a particular voyhge or voyages for a particular purpose. It :hall be lawful for companies so organized in addition to the ;po, era .iow provided by the laws of the State to incorporate into the:r char ters ali or any of the following pow ers: Fist--To build, charter or pur chase vessels. Setood-To insure goods, wares and merchandise carried on their own nottoms against fire and perils of the sea. Third-To build, own and rent and operate shipyards, docks, piers, w-harvcs and warehouses for the transaction of their business. Fourth-To trade with foreign countmies, including the foreign pos sessio-s of the United States, by ex porting cargo carried thereto in their vessels, and to import from foreign countries, including the foreign pos sessions of the United States, In their own vessels cargo for sale or ex changc in the United States, but no ship or such company shall be laden with the company's cargo to the ea clusion of cargo offered for such voy age by the general public, and such cargo offered by the general public shall have preference on all voyago' for which it is offered. Fifth-To authorize corporations, foreign and domestic, to subscribe to and own shares of their .capital stock, not however in excess of the limitation above provided. No leased property or chartered ship shall be within the exemptio, herein granted, nor shall vessels of such corporations operated in the coastln.g trade of the United Stats.. or operated between ports of the United States, other than Louisiana ports, and foreign countries, not in cluding the foreign possessions ci the United States, be within the ex enmiptlbn herein granted. One such voyage in any year shall subject ,he vessels making the voyage to tax ation for that year. The proof above required to be filed with the Secretary of State that that the authorized capital stock nas been paid in cash shall be the joist affidavit of the rpresident and secre tary of the company to the effect, accompanied by a verified trial bsl ance o. the company's books. Eacn of 4aid corporations ehall possess the power of eminent domai.n for the purpose of acquiring land on whics to erect a plant to build and repair vessels. There shall be exempt from State, pariah and munic:pal taxation for a period of ten (10) years from Janu ary 1, i921, all buildings, including machinery and appurtenances loc.st ed thereon, or other improvements constructed for manufacturing, com mercai and business purposes on the lands cf the Navigation Canal, th? title of which is or may be held by Ihe Board of Commissioners of the Port co New Orleans, as an agenzy of the State of Louisiana, and which may be leased from said Board oy any person or corporations conduct ing business thereon; provided, that not less than Twenty-five Thousand ($25 000) Dollars shall 'be investel in the physical property of any such enterprise, and further provided not less s:lan twenty-five (25) persons shall oc constantly employed thereon. Section 2. -Be it further resolved, etc., That on the official ballot to be used at said election shall be placesd the words: "For the proposel amendment adding to Article 230 of the Constitution of this State certain exemrtiLons from taxation as to r. lustr:es located on the Navigation Canat, New Orleans," and the word:; "Agtinst the proposed amendment adding to Article 230 of the Consti tution of this State certain exemp tions irom taxation as to industries located on the Navigation Canal, New Orleans," and each elector shall indicate his vote on the propose. amendment as provided by the gen eral election laws of the State. R. F. WALKER, Speaker of the House of Repre senltatives. HEWITT BOUANCHAUD, Lieutenant Governor and Presi dent of the Senate. Approved: July 7, 1920. JNO. M. PARKER, Governor of tho State of Louisi ana. !0. =u --j (Pen Drawings from Photographs made in Labrador.) "Head-net and thick gloves used in fighting our way "At the lower.rapids of Muskrat Falls on the Hamilton River. Mosquitoes thru the spruce forests of Labrador to insure freedom . were thick but Mackie's Pine Oil on my face anti arms allowed me to from the swarms of mosquitoes. This photo was taken make motion pictures of the falls in comfort. Note the rolled-up sleeves.' after my few drops of Mackie'sPine Oil ran out." - I was the only one in the party who could travel thus, thanks to Mackie's A.thur. Extract of the pine trees of Louisiana"-Arthur. Sow A Famous Louisiana. Man Fought Vicious Labrador Mosquitoes Mr. Stanley Clesby Arthur, former State Ornithologist of Louisiana, who has a wide and varied knowledge of mosquitoes, gained by personal contact with them in their native haunts, gives his most interesting experience with the Labrador mosquito, which he calls "quite the most voracious and blood thirsty insect known to entomological science." Read what Mr. Arthur says: THE TECHNICAL PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO moving pictures of ducks, geese and other wild life in STANLEY C. ARTnUR, Director. the Louisiana marshes. I had always planned to give it 635 Canal Street. a trial, for, as Ornithologist of the State of Louisiana, New Orleans, La., June 24th, 1920. my trips of inspection took me every summer into the Mackie's Pine Oil Co., L mosquito-infested sections of this State. Covington, La. The skeeters were extra bad the day I discovered Gentlemen:- this vial of Pine Oil, extracted from the heart of the pine During the summer of 1919 it was my good fortune trees of St. Tammany iEarish, and, merely to satisfy to be able to make a trip to the interior of Labrador. As myself that it wouldn't work, I rubbed a little of Mr. soon as our party loft the sea coast and vicinity of the Mackie's oil back of my ears, around my neck and throat, icebergs and the Arctic current to make the plunge into down my nose, and around our skeeter-proof tent to give the interior of the mysterious peninsular just under the the swarms of flying pests a treat, Possibly the first Arctic Circle, we became intimately acquainted with the few thousand skeeters that made for me with hums of famouis Labrador mhosquito. delight were surprised when they tried to jab my other In our duffle bags we had a varied assortnient of wise unprotected flesh, but they couldn't have been more "sure-cure," mosquito "dope," Oil of Citronella, Penny- surprised than I-for they let me severely alone. royal, a sticky, tarry mess that surely contained every I still can look back in my mind and see the amazed odoriferous oil discovered by the chemical world, expressions on the faces of my companions when they The Labrador mosquito, be it known, is quite the beheld me walking through the black swarms of mos most voracious and blood-thirsty insect known to ento- quitoes, sans head-net, sans black tar, sans Citronella, mological science. The long and sharp proboscis of the sans Pennyroyal - in other words, I "didn't have female of the species pierces not only the flesh, but can nothing" on me and I was innocent of skeeters, as though go through the heaviest kind of wearing apparel. This there were not one in the whole wide world. I am en pest int the short summer of the Arctic works both day closing a photograph taken while making motion pie and night, in the blaze of the mid-day sun, hnd during tures at the edge of Muskrat Falls Basin, when even our the time the Aurora Bore'alis throws its ribbon-like Indian guides found their only comfort while stooped Sstreams of light to the zenith during the short two or over a smudge of wet spruce leaves. three-hour night. All of our mosjuito "dope," espe- I can assure you that the tiny sample vial with its cially the sticky, tarry, smelly substance that gave us all precious drops of Mackie's Pine Oil was treasured until a pronounced Colorado madura complexion, failed to the very last was used up-and how I longed for morel keep the skeeters off. The more we put on the more I feel perfectly safe in saying that as a mosquito preven skeeters we had rai-iag bumps back of our ears-head- tive Mackie's Pine Oil had the test of tests under the nets and thick gloves were our sole protection. _. Arctic Circle and was not found wanting, and I am very With "the others of our party I suffered, and" the glad indeed to be able to recommend it for this purpose. back of my neck resembled nc' Y"n more than a horse- It is my intention whenever again I journey to the shoer's rasp. One day, whilk in our camp near Muskrat haunts of the mosquito to have your "oil of gladness" Falls, on the Ilamilton River, two hundred miles in the near by, ready for instant action. interior of Labrador, I found in my kit a sample vial of Yours very truly, Maskis's Pine Oil, that had bhoey gix-en me some two (Signed) STANLEY CLESBY ARTHUR, years previous to keep off mosquitoes while making Former State Ornithologist of Louisiana. Takes the'Sting and the Poison Out of the Bites of Mosquitoes, Red'Bugs, M Ticks, Fleas, Etc. PMackle's Pne Oil will KEEP OFF Mackie'a Pine Oil gives quick and Mosquitoes-outdoors or indoors, healing relief from Poison Oak, kill the poison of the bites of Bruises, Cuts and Burns. It is good Mosquitoes, Red Bugs (Chiggers), to use after shaving; and for Pim Ticks, Fleas, and other pestiferous pies and other Eruptions. It is insects. It is entirely harmless and clean, pure oil; as safe to use with not unpleasant to use. children as with adults. Semd 30 forFllBouleori 0for Smpl Maclde Pine Oil Specialty Co., Inc., Covington, La. A true copy. J.lES J. BAIL~Y, o.l.etary of State. ACT NO. 238. Senate Bill No. 12. By Mr. Lawraso,1 JOIN'r RESOLUTION. Prop.,ring an amendment to too Con stitoltion of the State of Louisiana, ame..ding Article 200 of the Cotx stitution so as to provide for ad ditional qualifications for voti's in primaries; conventions or politi cal assemblies for the purpose of nominating party candidates If)r ,pub ic office. 'Se.o'cn 1. Be it resolved Iby t13 General Assembly of the State of Lo1i isiana, two-thirds of all members of each house concurring, That an amenidment to the Constitution of the State of Louisiana be submitted to the qualified electors of the State for their approval or rejection at the Congresasion Election to be held on the first Tuesday next fololwing the first Mdonday in November, 1920, amending Article 200 of the Consti tuton to .as to read as follows: "Article 200. No ,person shall vote at any.jprimary election or iti any .onvention or other political is sembiy held for the purpose of nomi natin;; any candidate for public )f fice unless such person is at the time a registered voter, with such addl tional qualifications as may be pr3 scribed by the ;party for which can. didates for public office are to be nominated, and in all political con ventions in th.s State the apportion ment of representation shalt be o'i the basis of population." Section 2. Be it further reso ved etc., That the official ballot si.: have ;)rined thereon: "For the pr.' posed amendment to Article 200 c the Cr, stitution of the 'State of Lou, is'an . relative to addit'onal quali cations for voters in primaries, con ventions and political assemblies held fcr the the pu,. o1 1,,11 nating 'party candidates tir .u.l.ce of flee," and the words Aga'nst the >rop.- ed amendment to Artic:e 203 of the Constitution of the State of Louibiana relative to additional qcua: ificatibna for voters in primar e;, conve.tions and political assemubli. held for the purpose of nominati i party candidates for public atlice." HEWITT BOUNCHAI'I). Lieutenant Governor and Presi dent of the Senate. R. F. WALKER, Spoaker of the House of Rcepre sentatives. Approved: July 8, 1920. JNO. M. PARKER, Governor of the State of Louisi ana. A true copy. JAMES J. BAILEY Secretary-of State.