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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 24 October 1912

SUPPLEMENT THE ERA-LEADER. VOLUME 3 FRANKLINTON, LA., THURSDAY, OC OBER 24, 1912. C0NSTIThTIONAL AMENDMENTS. ACT NO. 24. House Bill No. 61. By Mr. Edwards. JOINT RESOLUTION Providing an amendment to Section 5 of Article 197 of the Consti tution of the State of Louisiana; relative to registration of voters. Section 1. Be it resolved by the General Assembly of the State of Louisiana, two-thirds (2-3) of the members elected to each House con curring, that. Section 5 of Article 197 of the Constitution of the State of Louisiana be so amended as to read as follows: Section 5. No male person who s was on January 1st, 1867, or at any l date prior thereto, entitled to vote 1 under the Constitution or Statutes of I any State of the United States, where in he then resided, and no son or I grandson of any such person, not less I than 21 years of age on the 1st day of May 1912, and no male person of i foreign birth, who was naturalized I prior to the 1st day of January, 1898, t shall be denied t...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 24 October 1912

p o: "red1 aiel nent to Article 223 of lo the Constitution ;providing for the lion 1e recall of certain officers elected b Thee the people." And.thewords "Agast ; each ýýid the proposed amendment to Article Flrst,T'iW 223 of the Constitution providing for dicial Die the recall of certain officers elected wI oe preo by the people." two (2) Section 4. Be it further resolved, of the T' etc., That ". adopted at the said shall not election in November, 1912, this parish. amendment shall go into effect and teenth (1 be operative on and after the first not be te '.day of January, 1913. after the b. E. THOMAS, the first ' Speaker of the House of Represen- CoDstitut] District tatiVes. pluralit THOMAS C. BARRET, a plurali Lieutenant Governor and President their sreha of the Senate. they shtwo .' .4pproved July 9th, 1912. for two rov L. E. HALL, election. Governor of the State of Louisiana. the law, .A true copy: their ele A: L : AVIN E. HEBERT, The fil Secretary of State. Tie Constitui gener...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 24 October 1912

is charter r parochialtxa *. tion, and used -for locomotion over public r6ade, in their respective par ishee; which license shall be gradu ated. The provision of this article relative to the per capita tax, shall not be operative in incorporated .towns and cities that maintain their own streets. - To darry into effect the provisions of this Article the Police Juries may enact such ordinances of a civil na tore as may be necessar- to enforce the property and license tax, and of a criminal nature to enfor:.o the per capita tax. Police Juries and municipal corpo rations in the several parishes of this State may levy other taxes for the construction and maintenance of pub. lic roads and bridges within the terri torial limits of said parishes, and may incur debt, and issue negotiable bondn therefor In the manner and to ex* tend authorized under provisions of Article. 232 and 281 of the Constitu tion and the Statutes adopted to car ry them into effect. Other taxes mas be levied by the Pol...

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. — 24 October 1912

fourths per cent for the third class, begin seven per cent for the fourth class, travel and thirteen per cent for the fifth mati class. Whenever the rate of as- time sessment levied against any inheri- bly, a tance, legacy, or other donation, when shall deducted from said inheritance, le- port. gacy, or other donation, would leave the beneficiary a smaller net amount missic than he would have received had the pointi inheritance, legacy, or other donation expiry fallen into the next lower class in there: the classification according to amoun lect i of actual cash value, then the rate 6 1 of taxation shall be first calculated ual r upon the maximum amount in said such next lower class, and the remaining and t amount of the inheritance, legacy, ed, a .or other donation shall be taxed at ties the rate fixed for the higher class from into which the inheritance, legacy, or other donation falls. . Duplication of inheritance taxes as quate between this State and other States, foreign and do...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 31 October 1912

Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. VOLUME 3 1 WVOLUMEI 3 ArYTON I. RAD" mA.agupm 16*6 FRANKLINTONLA.. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31. 1912 Items of General Interest Occur ring Since Our Last Press Day. Aswell Believes Wilson Win. neor of National Battle. Chiago, Oct. 26.-J. B. Aswell. sllver-haired and silver-tungued orator from Louisiana, is in great demand as a campaign speaker. Under the auspices of the Democratic National Com apitte he has been making speeches in so-called doubtful States, including North Dakota, Mouth Dakota and Wisconsin. Mr. Aswell was a visitor at headquarters to-day. He stopped over In the city on his way to, points in Wisconsin to keep! speaking engagements. I "It looks like a clean sweep in November," said Mr. Aswell. Everywhere I have gone I have und wide*spread, deep-seated , Wilson sentiment. There is no f 1A0stion in my mind about North c l~ltsor South Dakota: both 1 thel States will line up in the ] Democratic column." r . Aswel...

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. — 31 October 1912

Ibs eraitar. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Mrs. J. VOL IROCK, Editor. etered aecond elass matter April 5, 1910 a the post oeme at Franklinto, La., under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Advertising Rates on Application Address all Communications to mra-Leader, Franklinton, La. Advertisements and subscriptions will be continued at regular rates un til all past indebtedness is paid up. SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 A YEAR Pramnkllnton, La., Oct. 31. 1912 The Tax Ameudment elps ed Washington Parish. is The question whether or not twi the adoption of the Tax Amend- Co ments at the November election anm will be of benefit to our parish is poi what should be considered by the every voter. We believe that the wil figures which we herewith sub mit will show that the Treasury as of the parish will be the gainer al If the Amendments are adopted. an At present the parish retains C( 10 mills on the dollar for its use di and sends to the State 6 mills to a support the State government. bi S Out of Every $16 paid ...

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. — 31 October 1912

Local items 1 BrieiN Metion of Local and Personal Happeninpg of The Week. FRANKLT' TON, LA, OCT. 31, 1912 Circus day Friday. Next Tuesday is election day. Mrs. Dr. Moody is a guest of her sister, Mrs. J. E. Bateman. NOTICE-I im applying for pardon. Rodney Magee Dr. L. W. Brock and Herbert Ott of Mt. Herman were here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Simmons spent Sunday and Monday in New Orleans. We have just received a car load of the celebrated Ames SBuggies. Robert Babington Ltd. Mrs. L. D. Greenlaw left Tues. day for a week's visit to New Orleans with his her son Ed. Greshlaw. Walton Alford and Roland Tate of Sunny Hill, were guests Friday and Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Magee. Free reading privilege is given to patrons who occupy the tables in the refreshment department of Peoples Drug Co, 'Mrs. W. C. Magee, with Miss Norma and Robert Magee and Mr. Powell of Bogalusa, motored over Sunday and spent the day her with friends. FOR SALE-Hastings 100 Bushel Oat Seed at $1 per bushel. The...

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. — 31 October 1912

.Will The REAL FREEMEN iUJphold Wilson's Hands? Sodrow Wilson has refused emphatically to accept contributions to d s Campaign Fund from the Interets, ,fom corrupting influences, flj v Ljay questionable sources. , . I e has given us, the Democratic National Committee, to understand 2 that he will go into the White Housewt c bands or not at all. he iJs G~eng The jMoney rt dd.lar. We bile"e in this kind of loylOWe f ' Whol b Getting The M on57 -atj, w.n. . i '-lof The TrstsS? r acontribute to the Woodrow Wilsma Cam t re has been Wisons stand, o wel o b I 3 kLet's have as big a fund astheco t Sur bpoe, that no rivate interestolos have dti poados cn supply the other parties. For the people are approach either our candidate or his committee. r We have not been offered a penny by the trl24 d$ S t g .h wecertainly have not solicited a penny from them. The slonms of the Interests is being Ipent agalet WilMsg. N Ao,---AC_ TO Thoae Who Wi C attefr for whom-we need not discuss that here-it is ...

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. — 31 October 1912

SUPPLEMENT THE ERA LEADER. VOLUME 3 FRANKLINTON, LA., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31; 1912. .......-Z~ I~.  .. .. .- I~__ mmm I •_ ll •lmmm m l m , mm m •m mm GONS TiThTIONAL AMEND ENTS. ACT NO. 24. ) House Bill No. 01. By MIr. Edwards. JOINT RESOLUTION Providing an amendment to Section 5 of Article 197 of the Consti tution of the State of Louisiana; relative to registration of voters. Section 1. Be it resolved by the General Assembly of the State of Louisiana, two-thirds (2-3) of the members elected to each House con curring, that Section 5 of. Article 197 of the Constitution of the State of Louisiana be so amended as to read as follows: Section 5. No male person who was on January 1st, 1867, or at any date prior thereto, entitled to vote under the Constitution or Statutes of any State of the United States, where in he then resided, and no son or grandson of any such person, not less than 21 years of age on the 1st day of May 1912, and no male person of foreign birth, who was naturalized ...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 31 October 1912

ed thereon the words: "For the pro posed amendment to Article 223 of the Constitution providing for the recall of certain officers elected by the people." And the words "Against the proposed amendment to Article 223 of the Constitution providing for the recall of certain officers elected by the people." Section 4. Be it further resolved, etc., That ! adopted at the said election in November, 1912, this amendment shall go into effect and be operative on and after the first day of January, 1913. L. E. THOMAS, Speaker of the House of IRepresen tatives. THOMAS C. BARRET, Lieutenant Governor and Presidents of the Senate. Approved July 9th, 1912. L. E. HALL. Governor of the State of IAiuislana. A true copy: ALVIN E. HEBERT, Secretary of State. ACT NO. 139. Senate Bill No. 174. By Mr. Voegtle. JOINT RESOLUTION Submiting to the people of the State of Louisiana at the Congression al election held in N(wember, 1912, an amendment to the Con- I stitution of the State as amended by Act No. 279 o...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 31 October 1912

in its charter from parochial taxa tion, and used for locomotion over public roads, in their respective par. ishes; which license shall be gradu ated. The provision of this article relative to the per capita tax, shall not be operative in incorporated towns and cities that ma'ntain their own streets. To carry into effect the provisions of this Article the Police.lJuries may enact such ordinances of a civil na etre as may he necessanry to enforce the property and lic2ns." tax. and of' a criminal nature to enOr. th ,er capita tax. Police Juries and mun ic:ra ,orpo rations in the several pais-h, s of this State may levy other taxes for the construction and maintenance of pub lic roads and bridges within the terri torial limits of said parishes, and may incur debt, and issue negotiable bonds therefor in the manner and to ex tend authorized under provisions of I Articles 232 and 281 of the Constitu tion and the Statutes adopted to car rythem into effect. Other taxes may be levied by the ...

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. — 31 October 1912

fourths per cent for the third class, be seven per cent for the fourth class, try and thirteen per cent for the fifth ms class. Whenever the rate of as- tix sessment levied against any inheri- bl] tan.ce, legacy, or other donation, when sh deducted from said inheritance, le- po gacy, or other donation, would leave the beneficiary a smaller net amount m than he would have received had the Po inheritance, legacy, or other donation ex fallen into the next lower class in thi the classification according to amoun let of actual cash value, then the rate of taxation shall be first calculated un upon the maximum amount in said su next lower class, and the remaining an amount of the inheritance, legacy. ed .or other donation shall be taxed at tie the rate fixed for the higher class fr into which the inheritance, legacy, or other donation falls. vi4 Duplication of inheritance taxes as qu between this State and other States, foreign and domestic, shall be avoid ed by the exemption of corporeal...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 7 November 1912

bIjL Rrareaber,_ __ Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. VOLUM 3 A o"" N"EWRA ý,,ý0"-- FRANKLINTON, LA.. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1912. _a. g 1 6I Ite of General Interest Occur ring ince Our Last Press Day. Tiaber Workers are Aquitted Lake Charles, LIa, Nov. 2. FItyrseven men, including Pres ident A, L Emerson, of the Brotherhood of the Timber Workers, and eight others who were defendants in the Grabow murder trial, were given their liberty this afternoon at 4:26 o'clock, when the jury returned a verdict of "not guilty," and Joseph Moore, district attorney, uol pressed the charges against the men in jail who had not been tried. The additional charge of murder and shooting at with in tent to kill were also non pressed against the men on tril. SThe result of the verdict to dy means that eight, men are stll held in connection with the usae and trial. Alfred Burge, SBob Burge, John Hilton. W. J. Itosy and Henry Simpson 'are 0e t.o answer the chargeof hold- i ....

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. — 7 November 1912

Wilson Wins by Big Maj ority POPULAR VOTE FOR DEMOCRATS BREAKS RECORD. Roosevelt Is Easily Second, and Taft a Poor Third. Landslide Probably Lacks Parallel in History of the Nation-Big Eastern States Help to Swell Dem ocratic Victory-Democratic Forces in Both the Senate and House Materlally Strengthened. Main Tax Amendment in Louisiana Probably Defeated Fate of Others in Doubt. Overturning big Republican I majorities in states never before s captured by Democrats in a a presidential election, the Wilson- i Marshall ticket was swept into ii office Tuesday on the wave of a r victory that carried with it state p ofilees1 Congressional seats and I control of a number of leaisla tares that will have the chance ii : to oust Republicans from the a United States Senate, and add c to the Democratic strength in a that body. S Second only in interest to the r overwhelming victory of Gov. ( Wilson, was the strength shown n by Colonel Roosevelt, who will c Zeosive about 100 electorial votes` .,....

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. — 7 November 1912

fit traIeabtr. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Mrs. J. VOL BROCK, Editor. ýtOed as second class matter April 5, 1910 at t pot omc e at Franklinton, La., undef the Act of Congres of March 3. 1879. Advertising Rates on Application Address all Conmmunications to Era-leader, Franklinton, La. Advertisemennts and subscriptions will be continued at regular rates un t1 all past indebtedness is paid up.\ SUBSCRIPTION 61.00 A YEAR I ranklnton, La., Nov. 7.112 Delinquent Subscribers Take Notice. This is the last issue of the Era-Leader you will re ceive unless you payr your past subscription. While we are sorry tolose such a num ber from our list, the law requires that all subscribers who are one year in arrears .be dropped and we will be forced to pursue this policy in. future. Miss Gale spent the week*end in Baton Rouge. For fresh rich sweet milk, ring phone No. 45. Misses Mathews of Zona, were week-end guests of the Misses Hood:` Kittle Ava Williamson in North Franklinton, is very ill with pneumonia. Mrs...

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. — 7 November 1912

Kuap Agricaltural Day. The 148,000 teachers and the 7,000,000 pupils of of the South 11 are being aurged by their educa* timl and agriculturalleaders to eaemble 8,000,000 farmers, their ulialies and friends, in the 89, 000 school bouses on November 12, 1ith for an hour, in order to sur vgiand review their agricultural nattres and achievements, and to express their appreciation of P aneoftheir great benefactors. opi Agriculture is worthy of this i considerattion, for the farmers of broo the nation have this year pro. on domed ten billion dollars worth of caop to feed and clothe nearly 100 000,000 people here, with a surplos of other nations. No. Knapp Agricultural Day is the 1. ocial designation. The South 2. wishes to honor the memory of 3. Dr. S. A. Knapp as the founder . of the Demonstration Work and 6. lfi oy's'and Girls' Clubs. This 7. Is £*o becsuse 100,000 demon- 8. -ssr .are making larger crops 9. ::r:· 10. .tirtrus and Corn Club 1 WiR*M . ,attracting world-wide 12 i itui by$...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Era-leader. — 14 November 1912

Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. VOLUME 3. P...ANLINTON EW ERA u ,.A . ' o LEADER. . FRANKLINTON, LA., THURSDAY NOVEMBER 14 1912. ¶ , . ., I 1'l .I .. . 1 . Items of General Interest Occur ring Since Our Last Press Day. Mrs. Dickey Freed by Magnolia Jury. Magnolia, Miss., Nov. 9.-The most sensational case ever tried in this county came to an- end this morning when the jury : which heard the evidence and argument of attorneys for and ] against Mrs. Callie Dickey, the n Osykawoman charged withkilling ! her husband, returned a verdict of noo guilty. a Mrs. Dickey was indicted at d this term for the murder of her f husband, Walter Dickey. a prom- o inent citizen of New Orleans, i' whose death under mysterious b circumstances last summer led T to the suspicion that he had ft been poisoned. The fact that R S Dickey sad his wife were practi- w CalJy separated on account of W another, caused her to be sus- a pected of the crime from the c outset, and when ...

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. — 14 November 1912

Bogalusa, La., "oner ity America. Rapid Evolution in Six Years From Hustling "Saw Mill" Town of 1500 People Into Great Industrial, Agricultural and Residential Center of Nearly 10,000 People Opportunity Now Offered to Investors and Homeseekers to Share in Its Phenomenal Prosperity, Caused by Certain and Substantial B'' ogalusa Terrace; Beautiful Sub-Division Adjoining Main Residence Sectio Only Four Blocks From N. O. G. N. Passenger Station, An Ideal Place For Home Sites. .#,·w wrnnrnr I-· - 15efc Loa i~ j.. I rout il ndubelyral " of Bogalusa read nent 'a page ftom the Arabian healtn A little over six years Statte tmis now thriving oity Was ozone wit a mighty forest of ome pin, To-day it is a mo"- Si yinevery respect, with a in Nc of over 8,300 people, asit iia growing daily. have Shbri lng example of what oeedi e ae ompliuhed by giant subsi industrs in creation oflatioi oenter, Bogalusa, entii rapidly growing populas a sul tI a unique instance. popi i e a wilderness in the alum art...

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. — 14 November 1912

Local Items ( Brief Mention of Local and Personal | Happeninp of The Week. PRANKLTNTON, LA, NOV. 14, 1912 For fresh rich sweet milk, 1 ring phone No. 45. Miss Francis Powell was a Bogalusa visitor Sunday. Misses Griffith and Williamson spent the week-end in New Or leans. Wiley Wood has accepted a position in Goldsby's Drug Store at Amite City. Mrs. L. D. Greenlaw is spend ing this week with Mrs. J. E. Brakefield in Bogalusa. Mrs. Armstead of Bogalusa, and Mrs. J. I. Waller, of Rio, were visitors here last Friday. Free reading privilege is given to patrons who occupy the tables b in the refreshment department of Peoples Drug Co, Mrs. Lindell of New Orleans, arrived Sunday evening for a visit of some length to-her sister, Mrs. W. P. Minckler. Mrs. Ada Bablngton and son, Bannon and Zeke Babington Jr., left Wednesday for a week's visit with Mrs. L. L, Lampton at Magnolia. FOR SALE--One four cylinder I Sue passenger Ford Automobile, I In good condition. Can be bought l cheap, and on term...

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. — 14 November 1912

What a Boy With 'No Chance 'Es Can Do. We have just been reading in a loci Northwestern farm paper about a d aboy-a young man now-called con David. David has recently taken an charge of one of the largest dairy whi farms in the United States at a Lei salary "the equivalent of $4,000 his a year when judged by city Wa standards." It isn't this salary for that makes his case remarkable, He but the way he worked up to it. wa David's family was poor. As a eP boy he herded cows for a neigh bor in the summer and went to ed ' school in the winter. At sixteen wa e took a potion to go to a busi- the naes college and asked an fro older brother who had a college bu' education and what David thought th( a good job to help him. But the los brother also had some of his col- tie lege debts to pay off, and he ad- fu: vised David to take the little on , money he had and study agricul- the tare at the University of Wiscon- cee :sin. David did so, and by the ad of hie first term of fourteen so weeks wa...

Publication Title: Era-Leader, The
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