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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 15 December 1921

AMan To His Mate By J. ALLEN DUNN COPYRIGHT BOBBS MERRILL CO. RAINEY A I4ERO. YiNOPSIS.-Loitering on the San Francisco water front, John Ral mey, newspaper reporter, is accost ed by a giant blind man, who asks ainey to lead him aboard the 1ealing schooner Karluk. The blind oman tells Rainey he is an old ship sate of Captain Simms. In the -cabin they find Captain Simms and a man named Carisen. Simms rec ognizes the blind man, calling him Jim Lund. Lund accuses Simms of aandoning him, blind, on an ice ose, and denounces him. Simms denes the charge, but Lund re fuses to be pacified. He declares him intention of accompanying the Karluk on its expedition north, where it is going in quest of a gold seld which Lund has discovered. peggy, Simms' daughter, is aboard, and defends her father. Carlsen, who is a physician, drugs Rainey. AWaking from his stupor, Rainey gnds himself at sea. Carlsen in forms him he has been kidnaped. Ie, offers Rainey a share of the sold, and Rainey is forced to d...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 15 December 1921

TIE BIENVILLE.D)OCRAtI --- 7 PUBLISHED EVIP.Y THUIRSPAY Advertising Rates ou Application Subscription Rates. 1 y e a r ................................................ 6 m o n th s ... . . . . . . . .......... .......... i.. . (()utside, of P,ienville Parish. i I year 16 m onths ....................... . . I mitered as Second (lass Mlattcer, Apri 11, 1912 at the postoffive at .\raldia! Ga., under the Act of March 1, IS79 S. A. COOK, Managing Editor and Business Manager C. C. TRAVIS ..............AssiLtant Editor NOTICE--As is customary with all newspapl)rs the follwi.ri (lehtg'.'> will be made for Olituaris, ('aris (f Thanks, Resolutions of Il'14tp ct, (Chrcl) Notices fr, enltertainm'elitIs ,f ny na ture where aldmlission is charged, etc. Rate: Less than 1(H00 words 7c l)('r line le per word. Minimtu clh:urge 50e six worlds to line; 100 words or more. MARION JASPER DUTY, CON FEDERATE VETERAN, )EAI) Capt. M. .. Duty, for a number of years resident of Monroe, dlied at the home of ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 15 December 1921

AFTER ALL The Most Appropriate Gift Is Something To Wear :: We are fcaturing many items in Ready-to-Wear for Ladies and Gents that will solve the gift problcm, and the giver will have the assurance of giving something worthwhile and som0nictlii that will be appreciated Fur Pieces Special on Winter weight Un derwear for Men, Wo r There is nothing more men and Children. appropriate for wife, mother, sister or sweet heart, and we have just For Men received a shipment es pecially for Christmas. Men and young men can al - Better come in and make ways be pleased with Silk ---, your selection now. H o s e, Neckties, Handker chiefs, Gloves, Shirts, etc., and we are truly stocked up , . with a beautiful line of these . items. You will find here just what For the Ladies your men friends will appre ciate andl at the same ti'me .,,We are happy to say that save money on your purchase. we never neglect any mem .bher of the family when buying our Christmas goods . _ _ _ and we have lots of beauti-...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 15 December 1921

HARDING SEES ERA OF PEACE Hope Rests in Disarmament Con ference, President Asserts in Message to Congress. HELP IN WORLD RESTORATIO J United States Will Ascist in Restoring Stable Order and Normal Relation ship-Enactment of Tariff and Foreign Debt Refunding Bills Urged. ia.hlington.-Presiidnlt Harding in formied cmitgrss in his first annual messuige thlit "' ia ' ost giratifying world UcCluOllishlnelnt" by the arnis confer euice "is Iiol imirlol'ablll)eP." The P'resident's messa',,e, deliv'ered In person, is in part as follows: Mr. Speaker and Members of the Con Cress: It is a very gratifying privilege to appear before the congress with the repubinc at peace with all the nations of the world. More, it is equally gratifying to report that our country is not only free from every imnpenidiiig nieliace of war, but there are gno lug assurani es of the per mnanency of the peace which we so deeply cherish. For approximately ten years we have dwelt amid Itrn:aces of wars, or as par ticipan...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 15 December 1921

SUPPLEMENT TO THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT VOLUME X ARCADIA, LA, DEC. 15, 1921. NUMBER THIRTY-EIGHT RINGGOLD EASTERN STAR ELECTS OFFICERS FOR YEAR At the regular meeting of the East ern Star chapter held Monday night the following officers were elected: Mrs. S. M. Tomme, worthy matron; (. S. liudy, worthy patron; Mrs. E. F. Whitton, associate matron; Mrs. D. R. Thomas, conductress; Mrs. H. E. Page, associate conductress; Mrs. Abe Hess, treasurer; R. R. Smith,, secretary; Miss Annie Laurie Cook, warden; Mr. Abe Hess, sentinel. The points of the star.: Mrs. Joe Jolley, Ada; Mrs. L. C. Graves, Ruth; Mrs. Lee Manning, Esther; Mr. Edd Huggins, Martha; Mrs. Carroll Tomme, Electra. T he organization is steadily increasing in interest and numbers and is greatly enjoyed by those taking part. The Jambalaya club met with. Mrs. E. C. Timberlake last week where an interesting program on American art was rendered, after which delicious refreshments of fruit salad, cheese straws and hot chocolate was se...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 15 December 1921

AN LOCAL NEWS. M spen p. Williams spent a few relal ijI Euston a guest in the home of M other, Mr. arvey Williams. p1 rtela, Ma Madden visited rela- his .t Salles last week. hoo11 ornersto0Te in the new Masonic glad will be laid .this morning. sent Mainy Mas,'lns from other y are expected to be present to thci in the program, and much ter is manifest(d. the -gi'S Robcronll, of Homer, was G. a the horne of Mr, and Mrs. as f 'tld last Flriday. whc ladles Aid Society of the frie church met last Tuesday in a very interesting ses- last annual (clection of officers they 1I follow.: Mrs.. T. 1'H. si nt; Mrs. J. J. JHarrison, few nt; Mrs. Chas. Byrd, see 'd Mrs. Clyde Fonts, treas- PHR g Burleigh returned Sun Mindel where she visited ter, Mrs. John L. Garrett. p. lHammitt, of Haynes- for a Sunday visitor. F . Blak(ly, of Shreveport, of to be with her neice, Miss gui wes, for a few days last week by  . Burkhalter, of Ringgold, but the home of his sister, Mrs. ing en, Sunday. lic R. Johns...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 15 December 1921

7 V Sant Claus.. .....r Y!cays-- ; ' \ / / SEDAN- Price F. 0. B. Detroit, $660 ,00 COUPE- -Price F .B eri,$ 9 .0 J i ,e ~~Surely there is no greater time of the year than that of the merry Yuletide. Hope bornaeshw t self ~in every smiling countenance that greets you. itOn the highways and byway; vrweego cheer Merr Christmas" rings from coule.T Surely there is no better way to bring to each member of the family oyand happiness tti ldsa son hanby pesetingto hem ne SEA-rc .0.Dthroi got, $060.00htgitcol b or ratc. SW a ay s -op.An o stouinesan rla iity B.c Detrot,$ds.0 RAEmTa.l NEWh FORDen FORlae CHRISTI WhySuelythreisino gorselate yor time l of the yleasre tand thtof. the monerrync Yndletidre. itaordpequrn bornl anewssowsit Sslili very ensmiling counthenyocanc thonat goreet byou.in O ah mnt the highayse toband bw aysn I eveywhresoo chempe aillas. "Merym ahndsthebasan ringesy feroms couisntwClladless vies.ai ho'T ankis the spiriteof Christmas *purlltee asno enbletteeryway to bw cri ng ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 22 December 1921

WISHING YOU A MERRY, MERRY CHRISTMAS! .. The Bienville Democrat ME X ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH. LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, DEC. 22. 1921 N1UII2RII THIRTY-NINE tl v ti t' CONICA 8 AA "The BakTa erieBit Ii Hanslacturers, Malesal andleai A II ce P and Idc ne Cr a THE DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS OF THIS ;BANK EXTEND TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS THE }BEST OF GOOD WISHES FOR A MERRY CHRIST MAS AND A PROSPEROUS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR. We will welcome you. "The Dank That Service Built" cadia Ice Fuel Co., Inc. I Nmnuacturers, Wholesale and Retail . DEALERS IN ce and Ice Cream NE 185 ARCADIA, LA º "ý "+º+ + +r++11w1+ýw~1ý1iý1ii1ý11ý11ý1ýý1ýý1ý1ºýV w1xwxw~w.:1ýýXwXX1ýliXwýº I'ONAL BANI AND and TRUST AND BANKING wh GIVE ANNUAL BANQUET 9 - the MRS. D. E. BROWN) the day evening the First Na- !Toi and the First Bank & P scored another great sue December they celebrated y successful year by giving banquet to the stockholders ed a 10 per cent dividend Jei presented to them on this Tb on. It was such a delight- see an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 22 December 1921

TOOK HIS BREATH AWVAY. It was a chemistry class and the aged professor, who was anything but a light drinker, was doing a stock ex prrinenit, which consisted of blowing vigorously up)"n some blue crystals, whereupon they turred yellow. When he had finished he asked the elass if they had unly :Ust11lons to sal'. "Yes, sir," aime a %ice from the hack of the roomin. "Will aUnybody's k Bath do that?"--Judge. Getting Down to Realities. "Father, speaking to you ac an ex perienced juarterback, with a record of four years on the gridiron-" "We are not using quarterluteks in this business," interrupted the self made ,ana. "If you (all talk to me as a clerk who Is amhitious to work his Way lup to a ps.ýitiln of responsibility wlth'mot any applause from the grand atua!d, I'll listen." Previous Training. "fly friend," said the fretful tray elsr, "our train is two hours late and may he later *still, yet you are not at all impatient. How do you manage it, sir?" "It's this way," said the placid pe...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 22 December 1921

A Man To His Mate By J. ALLEN DUNN COPYRIGHT BOBBS MERRILL CO. ,1i GUN-PLAY.t It ýynopss.-Loitering on the San scisco water front, John tal- P , newspaper rTp rter, is accost- a by a giant blind man, who asks Asy to leai him aboard the jgn schooner Karluk. in the h they tnd ('itptain Simms1I and ti "sn named i'arisen. Simlns rec- 1 Sthe blind roan, calling him t Lund. Lund ai'cuses Simms of ning him, blidl, on an ic d denounces. him. Simms v the charge, but Lund re- t to be paeiticl. Hle declares 'Itention of 'ornmpunying the *k on its xpeIdition north, SIt is going in Buest of a gold a which ln.i hais dliscovered. SSimms' daughtler, is aboard, defends her father. ('arlson, d Is a physician, drugs Itainey. .ng from his stupor, Rainey blinself at sea. Carlsen in- h Shim he has been kidnaped. ofers Itainey a share of the and Rainey is forced to de- t himself satistied. Lund gives u a brief account of a former itlon of tihe Karluk, tells him distrrets Carisen, and suggests ';partnershi...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 22 December 1921

fTHEIKE F% :!:I j'I'I( ASP1 1'.h ertising Ra:tes on pI)li~cat 01I iii 1 v~ar ..li (; l~t'ar . . tI ºi -`aeI 111 1~cºi1 Ia ih :15l ss ,(,,.Idl ('1as> flatter, .\iu~i t u, UI at t '.r pis? Plele at Arl'aý I a. A. COOK, :ºInagiflg Edtr n Business Manager C. C. TRAVIS........Assdiillat Editor :; NO1TICE--\s iS cll~tOuln]H<\VIiiY i 7'1Wi Iks, ie$ ltioilaOS (Hf RHM('?et. ('bu hI. di Niot iPs for(It rlait lutl('til f 11 ' n 1(' ta'r 'xordl. 1linilli~rrichat ('~g F; iv V> "t Ii ucll' 1 Qq() ý'(IlffH ýý 1( (lHý'l. K~ II' ~$* .,jjfl~Iii i'et, ad o weat teae t'' f )Ild toWillitIttt' v Whieton. --t niuwifu Ii ºýw story tat lýo iut .'e the 111t1 u f B t'hriehfl, whas" nt redeslttii faile to nsu(iffe leed ~ov der' tha lt (ºiS e ofwa t nevri. istory tha ell. s .it (hi' atwl dthe oftae torhid.ll inthe aIttutity wity o Rethhllh, fhor thaoseV ptede of ti'd uiy bitt e t, l iti lives (itd will' llivesii ofti fW old.Iiuilst'1/ore il. nStht in th birthdaty of this Main who fulfilled the law of H...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 22 December 1921

Siaconvý T 0 KINDS OF , 'i N _THE_ý, 91CCI t IN THE WORLD doin i er v hank D le R.J Hamilton tion j. ni arig r of Wananiakcers, Philadelphia and TI __ __ jthe financiaY' ^re are lust two kinds of men in the world; those mor onstan!y Le u;Joni the principal of their money and those I tao deal with ii' interest on the principal. app and he on' ,, ;Of fl;nlthrows away ten dollars carelessly and lie ilWa t': e differcw'e. It is only a ten dollar bill.' wi of t Te othr' Lohib on to Ithat ten and says, "Ten dollars is the at 5 (put cn on a capital of two hundred dollars." ;ne mant igurecs on how much ten dollars will buy. The p* man ;týsi,; on 1how much it would cost him to buy ten t * 1 differsnr of principal and interest-that is all. let the pri'.ncipaligure is not the principle figurer in life. Y to She cetp1m; for very little ec; º when he is spending that io one co' t s to him with opportunities. Ko one considers pri u a pi; le? nvestor in anything good. Money always in 'hinm r(t1 y ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 22 December 1921

CASTOR E.STEIR SIT.kRS ELECT OFI('EKS FOR Il:'2 pi'r'il toI T'h Iwoc rt L Stir c if 11 '' lc( t l f it('!t.!lc . r º 1':. 1i,11 ;tt i t, tri t' 'v c,:",. I t' ý hl~ ;11I cuing Shr i year III'. lPt 1. IH 1(i "c i ,i . ;s '; 'cc, 1fr. May i , 1cf;. .\la o 'Fin t :v c1 wvas the guest of .111< 8brhi4e 3l)son aid 8tuulay. ( r s. rlr .'i . I; ll, , r ',e t 1" wro in Shreport uIkiug the l;'unuu t Icr. I ,,f her Iiew- gtrIti. ld . I t, \\,i1l H, M'Iiss lah t c. Rut it in ',; left It;' i ,ly flri i f r IFetli r 11it111t ill c 1'I' 1 1~%'/.I( li.,l~!, ý.I', ; "lclt., i ",rti. i WI h'tt'ul. m J: -'a; f.r1c.e t'. .esign ,1'~ Sir.er Iln\',I " I'1 . ,, 'nllil r to In ui ;;1ý :4'tii)<, ti i ii I.i Jlii' º 'I~t'tII 44+It C 4u of ill health. ('. 1'. Iln hrit r n \\ i.' ;, v t-itr u At' ?IMiss Willie Bca . Sti en en over t hl r. It. . 11;,ruucr ýpcclt >t'vei' t cl Shrevepoit Fridlaly aft ehboonl nul wat joined by friends from (' Cusbat :a mlul Midadeat w iiio foIilrm a platyit. 0 3"('. lin l...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 22 December 1921

r t1101L J.1 Telczjone NO. 34 If, Wil ;W i \;l 1; ; 11 ill who hiae ;t ,p lrik ',f . left in t~i''i1 a genial ýdlar º a r, nd \Vnl;";U1`' :it, sl * self. \ ilu a mil5 y Ind critiL'al tI c v a*ari Istma' da y lie hite t o huma;n luingt j t to fr vu-i of hºi": \t" With love tor th Ie lected. t left on \Io lay fom ~OrieaUS. g %'iimberly vi it- lu week. II: tr (orrie, of ('asti'. w ill , holidays at lihoin. 1 thy holidlac: vita hliý Texas. t leave this we(i'!k to ir Oklallons:1. ;,º spent the week-en I M ot e anl TRtbiiso, "f " guests of Mr. ii Mir,;. Sunday. i eno,wo i" ýwell know Va' wita 1 's i ~-.fii'' ill dlay. spent Christns IiI L near M t. Lea t nii . I 1 in Monroe. II r, of Mhiiroe, will :1 vacantion witll h' ,i :Mrs. W. N. ('omti'r. II gýlde (Caper,, \vh" . Bryceland. was ing Sutton, who has LAn " Loutstana State Nor- P tome on Friday. f Welt ton play "Chu Chin 7. Aho has bteen a niversity, Waco, on Saturday for n and Kathleen t on Saturday 11 Alabapun, and n at home. ' t ke ar...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 22 December 1921

Where Your Taxes Go How Uccle Sam Spends Y~our Money in conduct* ing Your Business By EDWARD G. LOWRY *ati'ot "Wa~ihingt.,nf:-Cee-Ups,." "Harks and Finaoe a! Syatems'" etc. Contlb~tlor i'oiitjirai and Fwononic ArucI.I to) Liadirg( Periol1'ub and a Writer of Recog ~ed Aatlority on the \ationil Goverr.Lfeflt Buatr ae M-thoda Coiyrigitt, Wraern~f 1ewsayaer Union WHY YOU'RE INTERESTED w'rit tuit hete ast s I~trdl ni rtilurt ad Ares"i I 'iii ýtic to youl finali ate about ''tilt biii Iti's. lon't thin.; of it or ton. ht iý tlnr 1tht at ill. It i. what I ask taut to thin!; it, a pt rsmnai i~ui~ta':; 1(101 to yoU i'tom! lag to your :ar'i yV :r wit ! tire. I lhtve no ot her tottetist than to to ll you the exa't truthi, A'~i iV ! ha t yini have senit mei to W*:'slt ngitnn to tintl uol fur you what your i':~ are dinig, hunv thlev arte iiiaiiactin yoIur' atTturs5 iand speninig your' mioray. I t'al tIhent y our atigni for that iý nil they tre-thlei ii'retiiitt, the roenilaers of the eni lo net, ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 22 December 1921

0itURGES AaGU DING HOLIDAYS aealn allroclles, I Rustol Sdaty to warn parents suilt of to the use of fireworks and the Pierce ts of the I'ire Demon tion, MIi ly bring iutoldl suf ed with into AmIetricat1 homes. arrested socallhd 'Ihwrnless" Lincoln Its so-calel'l 1' rmless- Sheriff ail the uor'e deadlier, have us pot in the sp4rkles shot. a, but in the red ho! The ( yes on the wire hold- Ied, arc heat of the carbon and th elt the ire, a break inns tr aling hot (;Irbol ig lives n pith whicl it oms cme in ed, we' s, capets, Christ them. p, and the clothing,. the sh hve gone to untimely t of their use. Please o the lhands of your Arcadi your Christmas tree B. S or any other :n il ana Use tiinsl, pow- Und ther non-itflalmmallble Execu to set the tree se- named rected ildren, and even the rse sae tý reaching for things. cash, at the on to represent zunw. house Ssnow, use powdered La., % S ,g@re. the iý children to light or wit: while parents are On( room. They frequent- asTh as be clothin...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 22 December 1921

( _ _ _ _ _ _ __ih _ _ __ _ _ K__ __ _ EflSanta Claus Says- B DN- n . .l Dtot$ 6 .0 .,C L FAMA K E I T A N E WI F O R D F O R C H l RI S TAS $ VSurely there is no greater time of the year than that of the merry Yuletide. Hope bor anewJ show it- mln ontnneta ret o.O h ig wy n y a cheer prevails. "Merry Christmas"~ rings from countless voices. 'Tis the spirit of Chrsms

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 29 December 1921

The Bienville De ocrat EX ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, DEC. 29, 1921 NUMBER FORTY AT the New Year with the fgood resolution to de osit REGULJRL Y all the money you can spare, and 'ith the firm determination to keep it up all the year. u will be lots happier with a nice balance to your edit and you will be more than paid back for any ce you may make. Come in WE WILL WELCOME YOU! COMMERCIAL BAN "The Baik That Service Built" ARCADIA, LA. adia Ice & Fuel Co., Inc.h Manulacturers, Wholesale and Retail DEALtRS IN ce and Ice Cream 1858 - ARCADIA, LA ~=~~:,~:,=~i=~=~=~,~I~=~=~i~V WEDIS PROMINENT A YOUNG LADY of much social interest ien. in Louisiana, where pnd groom are prominently ly known, was quietly cele Monday afternoon at 3:00 en Miss Dulcie Mobley, of and Mr. Percy E. Brown, were wed in the private the Hotel Youree, Shreve Jasper K. Smith officiating. on in the rooms where e ceremony was perform le, but in exquisite taste jgcive. In addition to the greens and c...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 29 December 1921

Where Your Taxe~Go How Uncle Sam Spends Your Money in Conduct. ing Your Business By EDWARD G. LOWRY Author "Washington Close-Ups." "Banks and Flinane'al Systems," ete. Contributor P'olitiala and Economtic Articles to Lesdirag Periodicase and a Writer of Recognized Authority on the Niational Governmnent's Business Methods. Copj'ngbt, Western Newspaper Union [II, WARS EAT UP THE TAXES Whben I set out to discover for %oa where the itioney you litly as federal taxes goes I did not have far to lotk.. It goe~s for wairs, peast, presenlt antii prospective. last year a little over DOi per cent of the national inicomne went that way. In the report of the secre tary of the treasury submitted to con gress in Decembher, 1920, he remarks: An analysis of government expenditures for the fiscal year 1920, on the basis of daily treasury statements, de-veiops the striking fact that of the net ordiinary dis bursetnents of El,403,1t4,0,tA about 90 per cent consisted of expenditures under the following ...

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