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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 22 July 1920

.a" ' Summer Groceries A proper diet requires that we eat a different variety of foods during tnc warmer months. The consumption of heavy foods should be lessened and those of a lighter nature sub stituted. We have anticipated your needs in summer groceries and you will find our stock remark ably complete--and the same high standard of excellence maintained. Phone 146 Sanitary Market & Grocery ARCADIA, LA. rM O . D. EBro wn. Jr. l : : : :: : TeleDbooe No. m34 Mr. Henry Oden was in town on Monday. Mr. John Ben Kimbal, of Ruston. was over Wednesday night. Mrs. Nelson, of Homer, has been a a . recent guest of her sister, Mrs. J. C. Andrews. Mr'. Jim Wynn and baby, of Ray & yle,-,cent Saturday with Mrs. W. C. i.ms. ,; Mise Ruth Byrd, of Gibsland. was lng in Areadia on Wednesday of' week. - - lMis Lois Hodge of Ruston, was the g:qet of Miss Jessie Fay Sherard, on , B. H. ceheen and daughters, of t e, fife, are the guests of Dr. J. M Sand family. ~ the display advertisement appear...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 22 July 1920

LADIES' DEPARTMENT *mmEUUmmmmm mmmmmmmmmmmi Love of Ornamentation Cannot Be Sup. pressed; Yellow Is Appearing for Mid-Summer Clothes. It Is inter,.ting, ciinients a fashion corresim dent, to obsetrve the simplici ty thai is replcing the extreme ex travaga:.,nci that directly followed the war--a: extravagance in the wake of which camie a mass of ill assorted fash lons. We have had during the last two ye:irs imany styles positively gro tesque, such as the long narrow skirts, so narrowl'l' that their wearers looked like cripples hobbling along. D)own through the centuries history shows that every perlod of extremne dressing has been followed by one of simplicity. There is little likelihood that dress will remain simple for any length of time. \\hile there is always the rci tion froml an extreme, the love of ornltiinentattion cannot be sup i'iressil. Dress began, not as a cover Iig, for tlih body, but as an ornament. The primititve savage adorned his body with the juices of berries lon...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 29 July 1920

BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT r:ME IX ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH. LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1920 NUMBER EIGHTEEN : :J.;~~~~- -- -- --- - --' -- '> -' ."- - -" . .... .. .. .. -"-T ~ .. .. .. . r ... . . . ...... . . ........................ .. y,. LU In f1A\.rnLP1r, D1111 V ILLL' 1 £I Itfl Resources Over One illion Dollars This bank has the largest total RESOURCES of any bank in Bienville Parish. Its Officers and Board of Directors are composed of successful, sub stantial business men, whose integrity and dependability stand unquestioned. Our customers are safe guarded by a system of banking which has enabled this bank, though next to the youngest in the parish, to become the strongest. The ability of this bank to take care of it's customers has been amply proven, and our customers are accorded every accomodation con sistent with good banking methods. We extend you an invitation to come in and investigate these dcaims and learn of our ability to best serve your interests. OFFICERS J...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 29 July 1920

THE BIENVILL E:D Official Journal Bienville Parish and Town of .iLadia, Louisiana PJBLIStlEDEVERY THURSID)AY $200 A YEAR IN BIENVILLE PARISII-$2.25 A YEAR OUTSIDE THE ADVERTTANp S ' N APPLICATION Entered as Second Class Matter, April It, 1912 at the postoffice iA Arcadia, La., under the Act of March 3, 1879. A . .................................. ........................ ..... ditor a d P ro rei or S, A. COQcK,.....,.,........I····dif· or Propreitor 1 ' J($ IIO HAVE PAID 1 l1a st's p subscription statemients$ 4.re mailed to all who were in ar- Tl utrs with their subl)scription. We are i ileld grateful for the ready reslponse co from so many of our subscribers who -: lhave already sent in their renewals, nI: in ackilowledgement we publish here- as with a list of those who have already paid H. G. Patterson, Gibsland, $1.00; L. Rucker, Bryceland, $2.00; C. G. Gloer. Biryceland, $2.00; Dr. J. N. Jones, ; Bryceland $J.(4); P. F. Tilley, Bryce land, $2.00 0. L. Boddie, Bryceland. $2.,00...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 29 July 1920

W FlHOM PROCEED . e INGS OF POLICE JURY ti n on May 27, 1920. OnI motloin duly seconded and car f r the ried by a unanimous vo:e of the body, the following certificates of indebted PROCI uIess was ordered. Certificate of indebtedness: $10,000.00. This Is to certify that the Parish 'The of Bienville is indlebte:l to the Com- met in mercial Bank if Arcadia, La., in tlllhe date bum cf Ten Thusa!l Dollars ($10,- '.bdy I 000.00) which for value received, i the pu promises to pay to the Commercial o<explai Bank of Arcadia, La., or at the ofiic slton of the Commercial Ban!:, cf Arcadlir 1adopt( La., on the 5th of January, 1921, with 1 WH! interest at "the rate of Five per cent levitid per annum. Issued under and pur 1919 1 suant to an ordinance adopted by the '.n t" Police Jury cf the Parish of Biln- l1tondl ville. turimu A. D. SMITH, President, 1, 19: of Police Jury. issue J. S. WILLIAM 3, Clerk, it is I of Police Jury. Imade Countersigned, and t JNO 1F. IIARRISON, Treasurer of \Wli Bi...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 29 July 1920

SOME OF THE ACTS OF Cl! THE LEGISLATURE t] Now that the* sixty day sessdion (of C! the legislat turi has adjo tei aftpeo phat moight ine tered one of the .1 most re tamrl Ilb sessois in the Ipiti toly of ilil l state h jut rest i t hnn iife c as to the WI irk that has he us iice 1n peshed. to it aiz erith r sparkemr hias ie- ti, tded cc ingthpratically. eey ogle of his feat ore of gohe sessiorn. As not able adliereliiit of thie slssion were liatie tt pohsilide b gy t he otperasion of I safe woking itia jsuitty if thorlo'gnlerslyip a of r ) bothng their f$eli ngs to the oIlUst. itu As the Mniroe News-Stat puinse t It "Joeefsilli th Ge rAe was a division s to e the est a dnil ost feasible mnil thod s to iii11 Iilnd isli a gi venl p~urpose but onl1y ag oil tWt lor thlre thasioulys wis therle a ally1 st'ilIoii Ill united etftirt ijnile to l i de(feait. his 1luoi d ii1111progt'a ii. As has ofI b~eei saidl, the le'gislatuie e was ini full S ell folr the carryliig out o f his desires. li ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 29 July 1920

bID YOU HEAR THAT BUMP? 'Tis Prices Falling at McCoinatl's We are selling Ladies' Low Shoes in black, tan and white, values up to $18.00. Sale prices $2.48, $3.98, $4,98 and $5.98. We have our large complete stock of Fine Silk Hosiery at greatly reduced prices. All Silk Dresses and Spring Suits at half price. OUR SALE HAS ALWAYS BEEN A SUCCESS BECAUSE WHEN YOU COME YOU CAN'T HELP BUT BUY, WHEN YOU SEE THE U - UUSUAL LOW PRICES WE ARE OFFERING, LISTEN MEN New Fall and Winter Suits We have a very complete stock of men and vutilg men's regu We have the following Summer Suits still on hand and lar weight suits to offer at following prices: they must go: $35.00 Suits .. .......................... ...........$24 Twenty-five Palm Beach Suits ..................$ 7.48 45.00 Suits ................... 33.95 Six Kool-Krash Suits......... ............. ..... 4.98 50.00 Suits .... ............ .................. ..... 7.98 Thirty-seven Dark-Kool Suits......"..". ... . ... .13.85 55.00 Suits ........

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 29 July 1920

B. P. THEUS, ASSESSOR 1n MAKES STATEMENT , As most. of the taxpayers know, on 1] January 1st, of this year, the Police a Jury purchased from W. J. Mur .a phy, an ownership plat map show- s ing the ownership of each and o every forty acres of land in Bienville h parish. I have heard from different h sources here and yonder, that this c money was absolutely thrown away, J for the map was incorrect and was , of no benefit to the parish anyway. i S,,me have been misinformed in ser- : eral ways about this map, as well as t ,her things. t 'I he l'ohice Jury paid the sum of l :.,,Ot)º.(t for It. The purpose of this I nllp was to prevent the leaving off t of laIns and from double assessing it. lHeretofore there has been no way I for the Assessor to tell when he had assessed all the lhnd and when there l wits any double assessed. After the: assessment had been completed this 11 year as usual, Bro. W. II. Jordlan and 1 myself checked through every man's assessment to see if all the land was l...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 5 August 1920

BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT VOLUME IX ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH. LOUISI\N.\, THURSI)DAY, AUGUST 5, 1920 NUMBER NINETEEN ' .. . ··; . - .. .L' - - --" • .. . . ............. .. .... . . ................ .. .........--- --- , _- - -: ..... .. .. ...... - _-- - - :-.---__ T ~ ... .... . . . . ... -....--·· .- -. ; , , . .- - -- --- - - -~- - Resources Over One iil'ion Dollar s This bank has the largest total RESOURCES of any bank in Bienville Parish. Its Officers and Board of Directors are composed of successful, sub stantial business men, whose integrity and dependability stand unquestioned. Our customers are safe guarded by a system of banking which has enabled this bank, though next to the youngest in the parish, to become the strongest. The ability of this bank to take care of it's customers has been amply proven, and our customers are accorded every accomodation con 7sistent with good banking methods. We extend you an invitation to come in and investigate these claims and learn of our...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 5 August 1920

THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT Official Journal Bienville Parish and Town of Arcadia, Louisiana --- .d , PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY $2'00 A YEAR IN BIENVILLE PARISH--$2.25 A YEAR OUTSIDE THE PARISH ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION Entered as Second Class Matter, April I I, 1912 at the postoffice in Arcadia, La., under the Act of March 3, 1879. S. A. COOK, ... ........................... Editor and Propreitor MICKIE SAYS: The editor s away on a vaation, a rt of which he will spend in Okla hoa and a par t in Texas. The editor's absence may bee cause of the DEMOCRAT heing late, or some body's name being left out of the pa per, or something being in the paper lhe editor Is aw;y on a vacation, a pdon'rt oftell which he will spend in Okl hopublisha and a part in Texas. The editor's absence may be the cause of the DEMOCRAT being late, or some body's name being leit out of the pa per, or something being in the paper that should not be. However, if you like the paper tell the editor; if not don't tel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 5 August 1920

AUT AT A GLANCE ` Z,10,@ CItton ales Handiled in Tex, S Report show that the cotton re cei epts at Galveston, Tex., for the year . ending July 31, 1820, totaled 2,101,110 ., bales, an increase over 1919 of 168,027 bales. Censnu Gives Mnsefield 765 Increase Tl)e recent official census only gives Mansfield a population of 2,564, an in crease over 1910 of 765. Citizens of :' field claim a population of 4,200 ' ,400, and they feel that the govern ment Census doesn't do justice to their town. P sdst of U. S. To Pay Income Tax Acording to a recent decision of U. S. Supreme Court, the president of the U. S. will have to pay income tax, which wilt take quite a slice off his $75,000 a year. However, this does not effect the present Incumbent, but Cox or Harding will be called on for this tax as same as any other U. S. citizen. 10,000 Mourn Death of a Bird According to press dispatches, a crowd of 10,000 thronged the streets of Newark N. J., Tuesday to witness the funeral of a pet canary bel...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 5 August 1920

CHARTER .': Bienville-Claiborne Oil & Development Company, Inc. United States of An.\erl'i. StatI If Louisiana, Parish of Ijhnville. BE IT KN(IWN. That lon his the( 21 day of May il the year of our rd, . One Thoulsali Nile tluntiretl :º1'" Twenty, lbefore tlie tlihe un'sigli e Notary Puldli, lily (app1litd. l .il misslionl d ati qIllaliliedl ill and foi r li ( ,th 'ii Parish of Bhiei ille. State (' l.)ui ina:i. and in the pre.'''ii,' of the ilt - "i " i ;!: herein na nite aO ul nler'i 'I person-ally e (' awl tpl)l,"ir("i th,' uS'\' .!ih en ) persons wh'.e, ail.;,s :ir he ,t ' , iI suhseribell vhl, siverallt y i lt , lar i that availing thelnlilselcve of thei ii'i" i' i of the Law tof this S;ale relative It ('olp)oratiolls 1a l lpi )lrth'iularly \Act ''" . of the General Assuil ly (of uluiii ,i for the year 1911)., they haive fi nldl antd l rgniizei d :nild I y the, '. E lir'''" ' It) do firIm a l i ,tirg tilz' the('l ('l\e( ilnt e a Corporationll and hly plllitii ill la, I fo...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 5 August 1920

.IllIII lI l I II I II I I 1IIII ll Ill I I I II I I I I II Ii Ii ,.,,i i .t ,r , , l ,, ,, , **,* * DID YOU HEAR THAT BUMP? 'Tis Prices Falling at McConlathy' We are selling Ladies' Low Shoes in black, tan and white, values up to $18.00. Sale prices $2.48, $3.98, $4,98 and $5.98. > We have our large complete stock of Fine Silk Hosiery at greatly reduced prices. All Silk Dresses and Spring Suits at half price. SMEN New Fall and Winter Suits LISTEN MEN We have a very complete stock of men and young men's regu We have the following Summer Suits still on hand and lar weight suits to offer at following prices: t ey h v mus g o:i Su e S s t$35.00 Suits . ...................... ............$24.95 they m ust go: 40.00 Suits ... ....... . .......................... 29.00 Twenty-five Palm Beach Suits........................$ 7.48 45.00 Suits... ................................ . .98 50.00;; Suits:.......... 37.98 Six Kool-Krash Suits.............................. . 4.98 50.00 Suits ........

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 5 August 1920

ABOUT GOOD ROADS This space i,< devod to the ,li 1: (clssiOl oif the (ood Roadts llte tion by the cilizen' of the it p:ii,"ti who aret ta give hl Imattler stlie ti(' ('isiderati"n awl h1u.1,ht. The tt I) lnll;ratll is ill l i w liy i" ' p ll'ibb1 for niythiill' ai e ril ng ud r iit,,'his head. --i"ldilor. Dileal' id: Well, E , verly line, I 1, wi'ri lt' to y 11 il hitik oif lis t's 1i(\\ it,p ' .r Il guys that .,id \\trilte II)t ;111 they "\rite 1 back w ith iiil01ly iik11; ,l l ',;1 ll" , p i i soiiethlil s thal t yo an't rei' ll, aalt 1 sign their lilus "EI." liit iaylF, I. youl will Ie great soni day jslt like tIhe i i lll '.d Cox iand Harding. I am writing ito ell you of my trip by anl tltnabi l l tro~ ile our liiit I, i Natchilo tches- except we t\ditiil get t' I Nat('hilothies. We stclk -tyou kni ' what I lmelnll, lth' 'ar stIii li' I h, 1I iud and watel r just after we t esse Id at 1 Cresttll. Whli it first stoppedl, got I on111to the running ar'd to r ilt lcate a pla...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 12 August 1920

BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT VOLUME IX ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1920 NUMBER TWENTY _,. u Ix .......~I.. ARS.LUSI1A HRD\,AGS.12 VONMBKT.NI 21~===--: , ,,,-------: Sesources Over One S illion Dollars This bank has thit largest totail I"S() IRt('I'S of any bank in Bienville Parish. Its Officers and Board of I)irecors are composed of successful, sub stantial business men, whose integrity and dependability stand unquestioned. Our customers are safe guarded by a system of banking which has enabled this bank, though ne\t to the oungest in the parish, to become the strongest. The ability of this bank to take care of it's customers has been amply proven, and our customers are accorded every accomodation con sistent with good banking wiethods. We extend you an invitation to come in and investigate these daims and learn of our ability to best serve your interests. J. W. Sherard, President B. R. Felts, Active I'ice- Pres. R. D. Sims, 'i c-l'r,'e sihet J. S. Andrew...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 12 August 1920

THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRATl Official Journal Bienville Parish and To4wn of IArtadia, Louisiana PUBLISHED EVERY T'IHURSDAY $.00 A YEARI IN BIENVILLE PAlR'.IS- $2.23 A YEAR UOLTSIDE THE PAItISI[ ADVERTISIN(G II'TES ON APIPLICATION Entered as Second Class Matter. April II, 1912 at the postoffce in Arcadia, La., under the :Act of Mlarch 3, I879. S. A. COK,................................... Editor and Propreitor Ever Been There? There's a townl 'alled Donl't-.ou yWorry, (In the hanks of ihe Jriver Smitle, Where thie C(heer-Iu anld I -h1iappy ~tloso)lJ sweetly il lthe while. Where the Neier-r iunthle flower Bloois beside the flragrant Try. And the Ne'er-( ivye- Ip a l l'alilentuie Point their faices ht t lt- sky. In the valley of eonIllh I menlt, In the provitnce of I-W ill. You will fthd the lovely city, At the foot of No Fret hill, Tilre are tholrouglhfures tdelightfult In this very cha rtihg town. And on every loauil arc shade tlrees iNamleli the Vtry-S lloln Frown. -- altrldware News. Ca...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 12 August 1920

co1G essMAN 'OFFICIAL RECORD r 17, 1918 In conformity o reported to the Demo tonal Committee of the, esslonal District of Louis Secretary of State it was i t the vote at the Primary 1 on September 10tlO was tkl i ............................. l, I l dt n .............................. 4,21S of J. T. Watkilns Ieii I iesWI4 red the 14n1111i ,eai rs elected I entere I ?charge of my duties as :.i Sthe Sixty-sixth ('4ngrn, me determination \hlih I e formed to 14lItld ee\Iy'y faiithfully represelnt ir4' o,' - Fourth Congressioinal I ii d so signally hloniored m,1I. entous questions gli,\\iu t `.War were preselited flr f ,er4 and all of them wore Ili.I ,:consldered andi atiol takte" ,deliberation. -of dollars had to he rllised "the indebtedness growing o(lltl Iaving assisted iin 1.'°, ctment of thie Ine ''cn Tax h assNessed thoso wealll' li'y ii' hid amussed fortunes oiul ,f 1: ets I favored the &,inliiiua collection of this li4,l'i0, of the soulrces oif' jpr'illl' and it was largel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 12 August 1920

CHARTER I b Bienville-Claiborne Oil & Development 111 Company, Inc. th United States of America, State of ' IlMuslana, Parish of Bienville. HE IT KNI()'N, That on this the ' 21 dlay of May in the year of our Lord, {t one Thousand Nine Hlunidred and Twenty, before me the undersigned Notary Public, duly appointed, conm nlissbioed and qualifted in and for the tl l'arish of Bienville, State of Iouisiana. ali and in the presence of the witnesses ;1i herein n am e d a n d unllersignil ',l personally camne and lappeared the sev- w eral persons whose namnes are hereto \' subscribed who severally declared that "1 availing themselves of the provisions i of the law of this State relative to ' C'orporations and particullrly Act 2(;' of thlie G(eneral Assemblly of Louisiana ia for the year 191.4, they have forulett a and organized and by these presents b do fortm and organize themselves into ' a (4Corporation and body politic In law, t' for the objects and purpose herein set- e forth and to...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 12 August 1920

II SAL. Sir i)D. !. Brown. Jr. : : : : : : : : : Telhozwe No. 32   =  . . .... Mr. Henry Long, of W\\'intield, is in ' Arcadia this week. Mr. J. S. McConithy umade a lusi i: ness trip to Dallas this week. - . M. Atkins, of tRuston, was a s visitor on Monday. Miss Susie Ferguson left on Mondi:y t morning to visit relatives in .Iones boro, Mrs. Leo Daniel andl sist er, Miss Hattie I). Caidwell, visited Shreveport this week. Medames J. P. Iharrell aud .. M. Mosely, visited Bear Cr('ek aind Iien ville last week. Miss Lola Edwards, of IHnst,,on, i' the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. M. Mosely and, family. Mrs. Emma Reed. of El l':;o. Te'l'x., is a guest of her sister-in-law. Mrs. F'. T. Taylor, and family. M' Miss Gladys lB'oaidwell, of Gilishli.d, was a guest of Miss lcola andl C'laudia McConathy last week-c ll. Mr. andMr and Mrs. E. E. Smith and chil Sdren, are the guest of Mr. Smith's rela tives in ('lhaltanoga, '1'eni. Mr. Herman Ilhwkwood, of Riosen burg, Tex., was a guest of his...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 12 August 1920

FROM SHREVEPORT TIMES OF SUNDAY, AUGUST 1, 1920 "Rotation inl 'licee is not always a pound policy. It is not, for insitancie. Ii conligressiolal representation if the intull ºenit is not able. efticient miiil energetic. Wh\,in a Senator or Repre setative has t he1e qualifications let1igth of tenule oly s' rves to increae'l''l. his Iuefullles Io hIiis c ,onstituenIy. Before the ('ivii war, although mu(ch inferior in population, the great strength of the South in natiolnal af fairs lay in the fact that she traimed her youlng ImIen for public c.areers, as evel now they do1 in E:nglani. When ever ' It elllI ' hel (t' eitler ll' Iouse of ('C 1l gress proved his worth he wa' kept at Washington 1holdillitely. u11l mo're often thanI not re-elected withoullt op position. That is It policy the South, so often the sufterer froll siectional prejudice, would do well to renew fnow. A umemner of either House. etven if of only average ability, provided his tenure has lasted long eniough to lt him f...

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