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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 BOTTLING WORKS COVINGTON, LA. COVINGTON MOSS WORKS TELEPHONE 87 MANUFACTURERS OF. NEW PROGESS MOSS MATTRESSES. MATTRESSES OF ALL KINDS REPAIRED AND MADE OVER ~h~.W~NIYWYY~NWW~v G0ETTING RID OF QUACK GRASS brhe.Yea' Crop Retatlon, Including Grain, CloWr and Corn, is Ex. oeliept Plan. A three-year crop rotation-small a, clover and corn-and- a two pSI'top rotation--corn and rye or ejrly potatoes and rye-also afford a excellent opportunity for getting id of quack grass, Extra expense equired by extra tillage will In most case be largely made up by increased ide. PROTECTION FOR WATER PAN Slatted Cage Af#ached to Wall IL High Enovsh to Keep Out Powile Scratohings. To protect the water pan in the poultry house or outdoors, make a sege with a hinged top, as ihown. %he fowls can teadfly reach inside and get a drink, and as the cage is astened to the wall, several inches Water Pan Protected. tban the floor, there Is little danger of having dirt scratched into the pan, writes B Frank Boyer in Farm Jour gal. When placed outdoors, the top of the cage protects the water from the rays of the sun. COLORADO BEETLE BAD PEST Insects May Be Killed by Spraying With Strong Solutioe of Bordeaux Mixture. The Cplorado potato beetle is the worst pest which potato growers have to fight. They may be killed by spray ag with a strong arsenic such as parts green, using at the rate of half pound to 50 gallons of bordeaux mixture. IN MAKING BEET-TOP SILAGE Same Fundamental Factors involved as With Corn-Thorough Pack Ing is Required. The fundamental factors that are in volved in making good corn sllage also apply In making beet-top silage. Pack the mass thoroughly to exclude the free air and then seal tight. Good silage requires thorough packing. MtOISTURE INJURIOUS TO HAY It Should Not Be Raked, Bunohed or Put Into Stacks While jt Is Wet With Dew or Rain. The hay maker must ever keep In pind that hay is always more likely to be injured by moisture that is on it than by moisture that Is in it. Therefore it should not be raked. I bunched or put Into stacks when it is wet with dew or rain. AUTUMN SUPPLY OF LETTUCE Row Sown in Middle of August Will Insure Crop of This Moeet Su eulent Vegt$able. A row of lettuce sown the middle of August will Insure a fine fall supply of this most healthful and succulent vegetable. The quality will be even superior to the spring grown. Saln luander is the best kind for late crops FORECASTS ARE OF MUCH VALUE Iflinois Farmers Highly. Pleased With Aid Buletins Had Been at Planting Time. ENABLED TO FIGURE AHEAD With Prediction of Rain erybody Got Busy With Planters and Crop Put in Ground Ready to Be Soaked and Germinated. That the farmers of the country find the weekly weather forecasts of ia mense value, especially during the growing season, is evidenced by a let ter of appreciation recently received by the weather bureau of the United States department of agriculture from an Illinois farmer. He was highly pleased with the aid the forecasts bad been to him and his neighbors in plant ing their corn. In part he wrote: Of Untold Benefit. "These forecasts have been of ti told benefit to us this, an unusnal backward spring, and we feel greatly indebted to you. With this very reli able advanced Information you are furnishing us we are able to flgure ahead and keep planting right up. For instance, this section begad plowing for corn last week. When we re ceived your bulletin predicting rain for Tuesday or Wednesday of this week, we got busy with our corn planters, some even turning the dace of their calendars to the wall and letting one Sunday get away from them. To make a long story short, when your predicted rain struck us Tuesday noon and to still coming down this, Wednesday, morning, it fonnd over one-third of the Illinois corn crop in the ground ready to be soaked and germinated. Bad we .not been put wise by your office am confident that not one-sixth would have been planted. While your daily weather reports made up by your local observer, help out some, they cannot be compared with your weekly forecast sent out from Washington., I have watched it quite close since you began this part of the service five or six years age and have found It most reliable and dependable." Weekly Forecast. In addition to the daily weather fore casts published in practically all news papers, the weather bureau issues on Saturday of each week a forecast for the six days beginning the following Monday. These forecasts are made for nine separate districts covering practically the entire United StatOes and necessarily are lIe speldfo tha. the. daily forecasts. They are glvep a e daiitribtioiin during The growing season, and the letter quoted records but one instance, among many, in which they have proved of great value to farmers. CRATE FOR SHIPPING SWINE Neatlyv Built Affair, With Shipper's Name and That of Farm, is Good Advertisement A strong shipping crate for hogs is an easy thing to make. It should he well built of pine. A neatly built Pine Crate for Hogs. crate, a shipping tag bearing the ship. per's name and that of his farm often will aid in selling stock. In case the shipment is to be a long one, wire a pan of water in one corner. GOOD MARKET FOR CHICKENS Mlnnesota Expert Predicts Strong Do. mand for All Forms of Poul try This Autumn. N. E. Chapman, poultry extensionist at University farm, predicts good prices for all forms of poultry next fall, and says that chicks hatched by July 1 will get into the "soft roaster" class, weighing from one and one-half to four pounds each. Mr. Chapman also foresees a strong demand for broileok weighing from one pound to two pounds. to be dressed out and frozen by the.packers for winter trade. During the early summer months the expense of feeding can be reduced and a larger percentage of the chickens reared because of more favorable con ditions. GET INFORMATION (IN PRICES Bureau of Markets, Department of Agriculture, Will Give Desired Market Reports. Do you want direct information r. gardinc market prices? Ask the b.. reau of markets, United States depart ment of agriculture, Washington, ti. C., to tell you about Its market news services. stating the product in whic', you are iltere.sted. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. It is very essential that you sign your name to all correspondence sent to this office for publication. If y¥o do not wish your saie published Just state tha tact at the conclusion of your oorrespondence.-Editor. PROPU(SD-AMhkNDMENTS TO Tiht CONSTITUTION. OF LOUISIANA. (Continued from page 5) proveinents or -betterments, whica may Ie constructed by railroads now in operation within the State, other than extensions or new lies coa structed by such railroads. There shall ae eampt from taxation the legal reserve of life Insurance comn panles organized under the laws ot this State. The property or real es tate 'elonging to any military or ganization of the State of Louisiana which is used by the State National Guard or Militia for military put' poses, such as arsenals orwarmorios, while so used, shall ,be exempt from taxation. There shall also be eg empt, from taxation, loans made Ift.) on security of mortgages granted u) on real estate situated in this State, as well as the mortgages granted .o secure said loans, -and the not.-s bonds, or other written instruments evidencing the said loans, whether in the hands of the mortgagee, or his or their transferees; and all loana made by life insurance companies to their policyholders, upon the sole security of pol:cies held by the bo: rower in the company making the loans, as well as all notes or other written instruments, evidencing suci, loans, provided, that in the case ut loans rpon policlos.of life insurance, as aforesa:.d, the rate of intere.t charged upon such loans does not ex ceed 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 btate for the sole purpose c1 lending money on mortgages on country property situated in Louis. ana at a rate of interest not to ex ceed six per cent (6 per cent) net t. the borrower, w:th power to nego, tiate .ind handle bonds and secur' ties issued by the various parishes and ldeal districts and municipalitis of the State of Louis.ana shah be e: - empt from taxation for twenty (2,) years from the date of the organiza tion of said companies; provide 1, that said companies shall have a full-paid cash capital stock of not less than $250,000.00; and, provid ed further that in case any such co' pora,!in shall on any loan charge the .orrower more than six per cent in terest, whether by way of commis ion, discount or otherwise, it shall iorfet the entire exemption hereiln rant d, and be subject to taxation .-om the time it makes such loa: nd any such corporat'on handlin.I .r negotiating any securities otuar than those hereinabove mention, l hall incur a like forfeiture. Such corporation shall have power to receive ary money on deposit or tc do a banking business of any sort, but all such corporations shall 'be under the control and supervsion >f the Examiner of State Banks, whos', duty it shall be to report to the A torney General any violation of the condition of this exemption. Steambhip companies organized as here;lafter set forth, together with 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 ousdve of wharfage, shed or levee dues, for fifteen years from the date of ti.ng with the Secretary of State proof that their authorized capli.al stock :ias been paid in full in cash. No .such steamship company shall have b.ie benefit of this Constitution al provision except upon the follow ing 'oilditions: Fir.Lt-ThJt such company shall have been organized and the whole of it., authorized capital stock ipa.d in cash before January 1st, 1916. Sacn.od-That such company shall be domiciled in the City of New Or leans, or in some other port of this State Thlrl--That such company shall have a capital stock of at least three million do.igrs, payable in cash. Fourth-That .t shall be providdl in the charter of the company .h,at no corporat: 'n, firm, or inatvidual a.a ! own or control, either dirye :ly . i.nluirectly, more than one-twent4 eth or the capital stock of the coun ,any; and that all poosing agre-; ImentL and voting trusts between the .tockaolders to control the corpora on hall be absolute.y null and void -na no stock held in any such pool ,r voting trust shall ever wte voted at any corporate election tar meeting. Fitth-That the capital st&c r it acib company shall be open to public ·Loscription by public a lvert'.:' :rents in the New Orleans n.wspa, ... for at least three months bce:'re .no tooks are closed, and if :ovdr r,,or-:ibed shall be apport'. ,el iii.cng the subscribers. Sixth-That all vessels operated by said company shall be common carriers on every voyage unless the whole capacity of the ship shall be charte:ed for aparticular voyage or voyages for a particular purpose. It ,hall be lawful for companies so organized ih addition to the (pow ers .ow provided by the laws of the State '.u incorporate into the.r char ters all or any of the following pow ers: First-To build, charter or pur chase r essels. Se:ond--To insure goods, wares aid merchandise carried on ttetr own nottoms against fire and perils of the sea. Thirl d-To build, own and rent ._nd operate shipyards, docks, piers, Nvhar cs and warehouses for the .ransir..tion of their business. Fourth-To trade with foreign :oustcies, including the foreign pos iessio.s of the United States, by es )orting cargo carried thereto in thelr vessels, and to imnort from foreign -ountries, including -the foreign pos sessions of the United States, in their own vessels cargo for sale or a.c change in the United States, but no ship ..r such company shall be laden with tle company's cargo to the ee 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 voyaoue 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 ,eased property or chartered ship shall be within the exemption herein granted, nor shall vessels of such corporations operated in the coasting trade of the United Statsa. or operated between ports of the United States, other than Louisiana ports, and foreign countries, not in cluding the foreign puesessions of the Jnited State$ be within the ex emrpti.n herein granted. One such voyage in any year shall subject Lh3 vessels making the voyage to tax ation for that year. The proof above required tp be filed with the Secretary oa State that that the authorized capital stock nas been paid in cash shall be the joint affidavit of the president and secre tary ot the company to the- effet, accompanied by a verified trial bal ance 2i the company's-books. Eacn of said corporations shall possess the power of eminent domale. for the purpose of acquiring land on whica to erect a plant- to build and repair vessels. There shall be exempt from State, parish and munic'pal taxation for a period of ten (10) years from Jani airy 1, 1921, all buildings, includiu machinery and appurtenances locot ed thereon, or .other -4mprovements constructed for manufaetuir, g,. comn merciai and business pamrposes on th. lands of the Naxi~ation.a Canal, th title of which is or may be held by the Board of Commissioners of. thi Port o& New Orleans,-as an agen.v of the State of Louislana, arnd which may be leased from' said Board oy any person or eoeporatio~se ondko :ng ousiness thereon; provided, that not less than Twenty-five ITronsanl $25 000) Dollars shall be investe4 n the physical property of any' such nterpri'e, and further prodided not ess t an twenty-five (25) persons ;hall re constantly employed thereon. Sedlion 2. Be it turther resolved,' dtc., 'hat on the oficial ballot to be .ised at said election saU be 'p~lacil the words: "~Fr the propoqe4 Imendment adding to Articlo 230' of :he t'umstitution of this State certain arxem-~tions from taxation as to in dustries located on the Navigation Canal, New Orleans," and the words "Ag-inst the proposed amendment adding to Article 230 of the Consti tution of this 6tate certain exemp tions Irom taxation as to induatries located on-the Navigatioi Canal, New Orleans," and each.elector shall indicate his vote on the proposes.t amendment as provided by the gen eral election laws of th 41tate. R. F;. WAI4ER, Spea~er of the Houte of Repre sentatives. HEWITT BOUANCHAUD, Lieutenant Governor and Presi dent of the Senate. Approved: July 7, 1920. JNO. M. PARKER, Governor of the State of Louisi COARTER (F THE BONFOUCA LUMBER COMPANY, INCORPORATE[D. State of Louisiana, Parish of Or ,cans, City of New Orleans. Be "t kcwn that on this, the twenty-fourth day of the month of August, in the year of our Lord nice teen hbunderd and twenty, Before me, Edward Peter Couslt, a notary public, duly commissioned A true copy. JAMES J. BAILEY, Secretary of State. ACT NO. 238. Senate Bill No. 12. By -Mr. Lawrasol JOINT RESOLUTION. Propering an amendment to the Con stituilon of the State of Louisiana, am..Lding Article 200 of the Con stftfition so as to provide for ad ditional qualifications for votsr in primaries, conventions or politi cal assemblies for the purpose of nominating party candidates f.r pubic Qffice. Sect'on 1. Be it resolved by ths General Assembly of the State of. Loa isiana, two-thirds of all members of each house concurring, That .tn amendment to the Constitution of the State of Louisiana be subbmittei to the qualified electors of the State for their approval or rejection at th DISINFECTANT PRODUCT QF THE PINES SOLUBLE IN WATER DEODORANT (TRADE MARK) For Inside and Outside Use in Homes, Offices, Public Buildings and Factories; and for Farm Animals and Poultry. Mackie's Pinexo is a most powerful Germi- as a spray for driving mosquitoes, ants, - cide, harmless and safe to use. Made in roaches, etc., out of the house, and for accordance with U. S. Government recom- ticks and flies on cattle, lice on poultry and meudations, from steam-distilled Pine fleas on d6gs. A soothing, healing wash Oil. Thoroughly disinfects premises inside for sciratc"hes and old sores on horses and and out, and is a pleasant deodorant that cattle, and for mange on dogs. Sold at drug carries the fresh invigorating smell of the stores, groceries, and general stores. If. piney woods. I)iluted with water and used your dealer can't supply it, send 75e to in toilets, kitchen sinks, etc., and mixed Mackie Pine Oil Specialty Company, Inc., witlli sawdust for sweeping floors. Used Covington, La., for quart can, sent prepaid. PUT UP BY MACKIE PINE OIL SPECIALTY CO., Covington, La., U. S. A. . ._ . .. . . , : and qualified, in and for the Parish and State atoresaid,-thereii residing, and in the preselice of the 'witnesses here nafter named and undersigned, personally, came and appeared the persons whose names are hereunt, subscribed, all of the, full age of majority and residents dt this State, who severally declared that, availi.u themselves of the provisions of Act No. )67 of the Sessions Acts of the Legislature of this State, of the year 1914, they do, by thees presents cwv enanL agrr'e and bind themselves, as well as all such other persons as may become hereafter associated with them, in order to form and con stitute. a corporation or body politic in law, for the objects and purposes. and under the stipulations follov ing, to-wit. ARTICLE II. The name and title of this corpora tion shall be Itmfouca. Lumber Company, Incorporated, and .: shall have and enjoy succes sion and existence for a period of ninety-nine years from date hereof It shall have the power and author' ty to sue and be sued In its corporate pame in any court of competcnt jurisdiction; to contract; to make and use a common seal and alter same at ilesamre to acquire prop erty oy 'grant, gift, purchase and to devise and, bequest; to lease, hol i lnd llspose of, andto mnortgage and pledge the same, all s5kbect to limi tatfoa- as may be presecried by law; to issire bonds apd 'Rotsas to appoint sueh r.tier, ad-ia agents- as the busi ness uo the corerata an:may require, and to fix their cetapensatiqn; 'o name directors and ldhaers, alid to make and est a s 'by-laws, rule. and rog Wtiaa. torflie proper rAan agemnt of the *business affairs of said .orpo' ation as may be requisite and necessary. The d.t e -'d6f"this corrpo~ tian shall be Bonfouca, St. Tammany pa:. `sh, Louisiana, and the nature of the business to be carried on by it ar hereby declared to be: To buy. lease, sell lands and timber; to oper ate and maintain sawmills, planing mills, and to do the general sawmill business, including piling and ..il other k!nds of wood works and pro lucts; to operate turpentine and ;e tort plants; to operate and conduct a gen'ral merchandise business; buy ing and selling merchandise of a:l kinds; to own, lease, construct ant )perate tram roads, railroads, ditcr. is, canals, steamboats and barges, and in general to do and perform an'i engage in any business incidental to, Congros~ion Election f6 be held on the first Tuesday next fololwing the first Mlonday in November, 1920, amending Article 200 of the Consti tution ro as to read as follows: "Article 200. No iperson shall vote at any primary election or in any convention or other political as sembiy held for the purpose of nomi nating any candidate for pusblic J: flce uaiess such person is at the titme a registered voter, with such addi tional ,ualifications as may be pr3 scribed by the party for which can didates for public office are to be nominated, and in all political coa ventions in this State the apportion ment cf representation shall be ol I the basis of population." Section 2. Be it further resolved, etc., That the official ballot sh.ali have pitntid thereon: "For the pro posed amendment to Article 200 c* the trnstitution of the State of Lou- isian relative to additional quali1d requti te or connected with the. operation of the business above me. tionel. ARTICLE III. The capital stock of this corpora tion i~, hereby fixed at Ffteen Tho- sand ($15,000) Dollars. divided in to one hundred and fifty (15.) shares of the par value of one hunl dred ($100) dollars each; ".he amount of each share shall be paii for in accordance with law, and th,. corporat on shall be operative and go into business when its entire above capital stock shall have been sutbsc.ibed and paid for, to-wit at the execution of these presentsu However the amount to whcih the capital stock of this corporation may be increased, shall be thirty thou sand ($30,000) dollars. No traas fer of stock shall be binding up-). this 2orporation unless same appears on the books theerof. No stockholder shall have the right to ass gn or transfer any share or shares held by him unless he shali have flrst offered same in writing to the Board of Directors, who sha[l have the first opportuhlty to pur chase same at the book value there of; and should the said Board if Direc.ors fail or refuse to purchase said ttock within thirty days from said ",otice, the shareholder offerin; said stock may sell or dispose of same to any other person 'whatso ever. The signers of th's charter with shares opposite their names constitute "Subscription List" of thic corporation. ARTICLE IV. 1. The corporate powers of this corp.n ation shall be vested in a Boari of Directors to be composed of five directors, three of whom shalh constitute a quorum for the transa, t!on oi business, to be elected by th4 stockio;ders at a general meeting to be held on the third Monday 'n October of each gear, beginning on the third Monday in October, 1921. 2. At all meetings of elections of this corporation, each stockholder shall be entitled to one vote for ea .h share of stock standing in his name on the books of the company, whien vote shall be cast in person or by proxy. 3. The Board of Directors shall have the power to make all by-laws, rules and regulations necessary fOr the conduct of the business affais of said corporation; shall elect from their .number a President, Vice President and a Secretary-Treasure. 4. Unt:i the election to be held as horetnabove provided, the follo r ing shall constitute the first Board of directors: oatio., for voters in primaries, con ventions and political assemblies held cer the the purpose of nomi nating party candidates for public of fice," and the words "Against the prop.:-ed amendment to Article 20) of the Constitution of the State of Loulbiana relative to additional qua : ificatiana for voters in prlmarieqsi conventions and po1itical assemnbluTIa held for the purpose of nominating party candidates for public alice." HEWITT BOUNCHAtD, Lieutenant Governor and Press dent of the Senate. R. F. WALKER, Speaker of the House of Repre. sentitives. Approved: July 8, 1920. JNO. M. PARKER, Governor of the State of Louisl ana. A True copy. JAMES J. BAILEY Secretary of State. Maicel J. Cousin, Bonfouca, 14.. Louis L. Bernard, 1443 N. B street, New Orleans, La., Lo.is V. Menard, 1113 N. Dalldi. street, New Orleans, La., ". Mtus Marie Cousin, Bonfouc, Lat, , Mrs. Laure Tabary, Bonfouca", AZ. with Marcel J. Cousin as prM and ;,eneral manager, Louis L. A nard, as vice-pres dent, and Louis-.14 Menatd as secretary-treasurer. Vacancy in Board of DirectWors0: be filled by remaining membke ARTICLE V. No rtockboldei shall .be held lI or r.sponsible for the contra.ts s faults of this corporation in any fibs' ther sum than the unpaid due the company on shares of owned by him, nor shall any dt`!.i mality in the organization have the effect of rendering o charter null or of expos'ng any holder to any liability beyond tht . paid balance due on his stock. ure at any time to hold meeting elect directors or officers ashll abov.' provided shall not work a: fe.tu;e of this charter, or diS:ald the corporation, but the e : Board of Directors and officers continue in office until their se ors have been elected, which e shall be held as soon as 9ossib.. Thus done and passed at my fice In the City of New Orleans, i the ,late first above named, is .. presence of Messrs. Lawrence 0. B.3'.* det and Peter E. Barre, compeSI witnesses, who have hereunto iMiS their names with the said apxp5 and me, Notary, after due reading et the whole. Original signed, M. J. COUSIN .........6s r LOUIS L. BERNARD ..... 5S) LOUIS. V. MENARD ... . 6. .ss MISS MARIE COUSIN,.... 5 MRS. LAURE TABARY... 5 MRS. CLARA COUSIN.... 55 MRS. L. V. MENARD .... 5s>hf W'Inesses: L. G. BODET. P. E. BARRE. E. P. COUSIN, Notary Public 'I, the undersigned Deputy Cd of Court and ex-officio Recorder ' the Far'sh of St. Tammany, 1. hereby certify that the foregoing a of Incorporation of the "Boano6d Lumber Company, Incorporated, has ".een duly recorded in Ch.ar : Book No. 1, folio 326, on this .4 day of September, 1920. GUY A. SMITH. Dy. Clerk of Court and Recorder. - 2 A true copy. E. P. COUSIN, e4-dt Notary Pbi :t '