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Official Journal 0! Was ~gtmi m2 mi t.-k Tow ofdt psi K ?!' jwRS§ "": NTId...r iCTU.'I.E I~s .ýNLV~ONi '.UIAV N(Y .F .U.i `. ,~ rtý .''rr` I.; 't~ i. ~lrrl~~rl~ý ~ll'. ' : ' \ . ý .' ý 1 iý ý ; Let'( ih.," - .o _ ( w )',V sv Lieuten:nt l e;oe .r o arr'et is consideres i !e e ..':. navigatnor of th oli corno 8 i;no (00 v~ :ssei that cause (i v rnor I lil's drow :-i : i .'! , , i , ci., H e is; isn (ft' i' .' i il .im ., White ; i t nfl l t l' is the r. ,i .: ,in t i+tt alsoc abusoe l:e n Iwri;` ) I iiUii ti: n .,s-. es, Ole 1' ridta; 1r, .-h b} )', s, . ant hot Is it )'t)Lor L il' (ii~'s!s e(I w it); thF ', w .- h : _, .t Thei voters tit ur)ut)t [.o ii;;!. knocy liow hiard T , Hr, felt and ),tiv suro e h AV I g,,t ting all comlIinatlionls) to he)t lp ilim in secur'i,,, tlte g' v't 'no;)rrip.l) All this ~ohard ili ' was iti vir in. The New O)ieuas ),litici its ha mc no (Lesii'e t) make any 0oot combines, and wlen te stunli, gle :n t e cth e nve ),ti, il c. ;l-ed andv( every vtoter s ,tir .w ( -'i asa', hand and his gt'reat ,bilit. as t i, true leader of thi leoDl,. tith. whole State to a mant congraltu lated Ruff Pleasant, Col. Pleasant to'day stan(d.s )e fore the people as the candidate of Democracy, and has never made any combination with any set. He promises tih' v)eople if elected to setve the masses ann not any class. His rer'ord as a soldier, Is e'ity att; ,ey in I SiII \ P(1)f)lI'i is ,issistant ailtatt.rfl(e ,r'nt'r'i aili n ow attorney gonerI a in Ii,, stand to i ;ut~ tifl1 thie peo)I0 stamups hlin a MMn of inlilep)llnenrC'' and real' a a der. Oin the other ii nd wvhat \ i I? i~ \ ·1·1 i L si '1 iII Ii y Výl . t il lt a'fl (I i t' 150 (J l. Pis.':li ;Isi I irsi't' iv Ills iiile'p~~ile0iei ? i-1its G')'V "a 't,'t ever 'n%1, I any elt N o, i))t'i' , a -li to 1) I t. e ir ( Flhifle (ls, hint v:;is I Ili e oi fll. an ;;! o\·t rI l'] . iie 1 il t' t I% le" t o CU hOl II W';i' \ I i (dU15o Its' I) ll+ Tis (; ts '~ si is ii li~ov I OJll Tis to t:\IV &OsII rl" l'tid 11)10 to fl c tty sn 1;1!1 ;to we ofy , t lsin Ill(' l'0i1Ig1 tol. , S~iII TI I 0 l'~s OC In Iil tO 't' . af IL)00)0 r t ad VttiS0 '1 l iirl9I Soil"',i t the Lll('!t II pnt toghiltiC Wily, hiP1 toi P slioideT of the State, it would be is( still :I'TI()i.tihi) rSLCO and hevep [isnr..ss!It~ahare mt. loyal stof N.a G. Wt'L ISIIwt-c PleasanlIt.~LI~iort A BIG STOCK X And choice assortment of FINE JEWELRY Sleeve Buttons, Combination Sets, Collar 4 Buttons, Scarf Pins, Cuff- and Waist Pin Sets, Tie Clasps, Emblems, Sewing Sets, Toilet Sets, Manicure Sets, Mesh Bags, Hat ° Pins, Bracelets. Necklaces, LavaHlierec, Guard Chains Watch Chains and fobs, Lockets, Rings, Etc. GENTS' WATCHES Gold Fill ed Cases, Open Face and Hunting Cases-$6.65, $7.25, $15.15. $19.35, $21,25 $31.50. LADIES' WATCHES Gold Filled Cases at $8.65, $14.50, $15.75, f $20.50, and $32,50. BRACELET WATCHE-S-$S17.90. v yCut Glass and Leather Goods also in select variety. jBA .NGTON'S 2R UGS STORE, 5 (lncorporated,) f~sýýýýyýVt aFýV-ýý..) J ýIJ i~fýýý''`V`N-^ . ý.Gý e ý" . ." The M~an With Capital IS INDEPENDENT Start Saving Today. We Will Help You. Juvenile and Christmas Savings Department Always Open. Washington Bank & Trust CO, Bogalusa Franklinton Angie Scan' paird cn time Certificates of Deposits ~ - V iE N ýý di B y°Giear tryE a ý ' I11 )1i I A t Fred "Y. F e z: -pe ekttr SaCw tti-Saloon Leapue H Deomed 'isli o Failure 'y Lupport of Lieutenant Governor. incýrn i lera'it -' , a , i ,w , i 1 er.I whi'lt .; .. li';.. ":, :. bh1 r of thie I i f i i i-u .w , ir : t. ti ,e s from l -in . 'lhi (!.t'i-)h, ,ni,! -Ie nen s Ite in in a: n ;! hil t10 1 i: .ea. ls pMlios lu it beitn -te hei '.,dtion f the le ie Lm te il wSi't ,inif in ;ncitalt the er nat iri; t c a i; Mr. Barrett. whom ien 'a oe1s itet' concidl'r a ti'i [)iMl ti iis; ee'ms to have ta-ea n ofenatie at'i my letter andf hiy refusal, ;t Y-k, mtoy dueis ays Mr. Prit be,e in part, "aiinnall iugth h tln iatin M r. Barrett. whLi ojm to pa; o t; ;i.r vconider a t please. it bropiti ,es t. sems to have taken ofrroL)risie at I jets entireld my refgn t an pay raised in my Ier toi auny it: ny 'C that can be i- ued in this cani paign. "''I already have been nminil at ed without opposition for repre sentative from Lincoln parish,lind the Anti-Saloon League cannot v now defeat my election. But I they ask me how shall I vote up on certain questions, piopounded I at this late day, show the awk. . wairk and stupid manner in whIiicli the Anti Saloou League has so r hastily and inconsiderately nonli nated its candidate for governor, without first getting the sentiment of the prospective legislature up- ! on the liquor question and tithe sentiment of the people to back it I '"LThey shoauld have kno\wn i every legislatur,s views before he was no tllnated. Tihen the whole U body of prohibition voters should have been called together antd v consulted upon the seietii:;i of ( thein candidats for governor. 1 its wild and nku.d iusli t.o iit i(,lnre a man forl g' ror, t:l.'11 e Ai t ,-la I son League d, Jli itselIf t. failure. It, I;i astumel £ul'1L all. thority and rc:l)ponsii itY ! ri'e solving itself into it nominating onvention oed indiorsing a inan without a known prohibition ree 'ord.il "'Had Mr. Barrett declare d 1or state-vide pruhibition wheiti i i firs: became a candidate, it. would have been better; but for him t, wait until he visited New Orleaiin and looked over the field and found that his former good firiends were not going to slp-t port him, looks etoo nuch like a I forced confession for us old country prohibitionists to accept him as a true convert. "We country folks who know Mr. Barret were astonished when we heard his announcement, but weere more astonished when the Anti.Saloon League began to send out its president or members to get up meetings and make ad dresses favoring state wide pro hibition with Mr. Barrett as the standardbearer. In truth, we were greatly shocked, for in all the prosecutio:s ot blind tigers in Shtr;eport, Mr.. Ba itt's:: home and in all attacks upon hae 'blind , I. i'i ] 'o l ' , ; I I ~t, 1 1 . ' . .ltir',tt rH it,, ,r itil the tt,(O Ulit . i t ''ll'. 'and suti. -issivtt folmt it i. t 1.wO i I. I S1t1 to iii' , ' t )sy,' : t ,ii l c .t - ll lr ar i l' e ny I , t ' ) i '; 1in1uen ili rii that a . li t l iLt l r. ll+hi, t,) tion i ts t% ) wes ni!t, c i i a c; i,. I si all lollow mis tV. y Io ) .fl t'ld t iii 'oild vt as I t hinik bai-t -nall \ it' ftr C l. PIasnit. my .en true ,)t1v ry tirust and is a t[ol peal l p rtim ist. 1 can tr - ' him l:t i an lie sys i:he w'ill ign fl ' ntll tlitu l' :unendment, toi) . r fi iw ti. i people t if it is le, " ia Il p e by the Le islIatle i l t-I W il s.yri that iiey people al ways have trusted me and will . s3) aglin vitlionit [a question. nil whoi ii now of the intelligent p- l ph -1 this state know what I will do on all moral rju3stion: a;idl proliai tion statutes, and while i do i.tpt ViOcuiiz,,e the right of the Anti-Sahlon League to question m. i at this t nl'1, I lhave no se aiet's to hid ofrom the builie. I state, t-re Jfore, that it a bill is introd 'ed in the legisl ti e pro-i viding fit statewide brohibition by )ii-: iti tional ami endlnm ent, to ni' , ,.. , ti kl t iihout lesiite :ios - v ae in it, A to c'nigrelsa. t; Unit 1' op , tioni , I will suIlp rt .'i in 'case I amn satisie il tMnt "t Cw i no dry territory by I is I that ., d he tii . u"- in AN - ii i.: t.)li a 6uesti , ,I,,.' 'o 0 I1 _ .. i ( ýr to present , t - J,)on all m oirlrtiuo s to the peoplp -. annotunc:--I agreed with il I' ,oii iiin ates co irect, forl the .re a t ,iio li ei r h of pohii tii'ist nI, _olt i Liale to eleut more toan inr, tire 'iature, tand it aikes twou- tirds of the legislators to rii a stat e-wide pirohiibition law. the at t+i',i"t. is too precil'itate to i!r:,-d , I prefer to support Ple.' sant ltfterritos Barrett In his speech at the Athenaeum Monday night. Lbeutenant Gov ernor Barrett c-igietid that Col, ,uffin G. Pleeant has stated that the liquor quetionl to ele taorte. Co1. Pleasant says that Mr. Barh ret's statement is untrue, andie- e parti.g Wednesday morning for a trip th,'u St. Tauimany and the two other Fel iiana parishes, is. sue..d te poroviog st upement: 'I smuei~ as my i oliion on. [I 1 [It t W ittl1 i ', 'ý I; ýf ' : V1l) 1I j\jI()W * ~ 1 fi~~ a t:Lt(I1+ :1 . iii \V..(;Hjd v;eto .iI1 : t ~~'~1 a -a hid I 11t bx'~i'-' WIiCII tue I-tli V iLe (il the j ae (.,-i~i 1t'1)'a1 1 "1U 1 tf?-i ;)v0Ii " *11 a to r 1! :Viii +,Ilt1'h t ) Xi Or %) I.,I' It fl t I f-` l ulfIl I112111 u:';l option in ever'y ;arish in tiit star,., anl lrovid for the li ,·'siig' )f saloons everywhere in the state. a- it ham I h, power to ido, under the present constitution, then would any one think (that I, a; guVerlnr', should sign such a bil! -imply because a: majority of the le'gisloture passed it? No, I w ,1 veto it as soon as presented. "I hold that it would 'e jnst as wriui in principle to sign an ar itari (r)y bill forcing prohibi lin upon a large portion of the wet territory of the state as it wouli he to sign an arbitrary wet ilH lic(:-nsinr saloons in the dry territory. 4"13, "onmlnon consent, we hive in ihe ,:past acepted the Demo cratic dctrine of local option, :ving the people of the parishes .,, thi e e qvestion for themn !.vs oiLi the vote of the people it ihe ptarish to be affected thereby, without one portion of the state 'lerta tiing to another against its 'iuci a statewide plrohibition bill would not only be purely au tcratic and arbitrary, but it woul I als. be unconstitutional, because the licensing of saloons can be r'egulated, but not prohibi. tion iby legislative enactment. Every lawer in this state knows this to be correct, and it would he. the duty of the governor to v\rto any such uuconstitutional ena(-tment. "There can be no referendum vote on statewide prohibition by an act of the legislature. The ,,nly possible way it could be doni, would he by a constitutional amendmenet to be snbmitted to the i)pPil, w.hich requires a two third vte of ilie general assembly an11 i oi's not have to be signed by the governor nor can he veto any s·c!h proposed amendment. "That is my position and I staud by it unqualifiedly." S gue Chitto Stock Farm f Company. Isabel, La. hn order to encourage the live stock indus- * try in this section of the country i We have in service registered Jack, Percheron a-.lion, registered Herford Bulls, and registered * }> Defender Duroc Jersey Boar. AND FOR SALE 1 : (1ited1 nunber of Duroc-Jersey pigs, boars and . These pigas are desc:ndants of the GREAT * J N DA),R, a Werld's rize winner. ~ L 'AT R ~, . LcOW PRICES ' F,~~uriF i i n 1u.mtion address: 3U, C Hi ,.il t,C. FARM COMPANY, !/t MMp CM .L~ ~ ~ r7 ";\ýfa. ý 'ý ý0"K "ý If f f f BTT KNOWN T.-HAT ; RIS " ;[NCORIOR'.\TED) The Store That Keeps Quality Up and Prices Down _ . . HUAS Goods of Quality at Prices that Please Groceries, Dry Goods, Shoes. Farm Products Are Acceptable at Market Values. Location: Brick Building Near Methodist Church G. =a.7;."