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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 9 February 1922

By M D. L Brw.n, Jr . N --- "TeleDhone No, 34 "Summer or winter, day or night The woods are ever a 'new delight; I They give us peace and they make i us strong; Such wondreful values to them be- I long; I So living or dying, I'll take my ease I under the trees, under the trees." * --Richard H. Stoddard. 1 February 22nd, Washington's birth day-Arbor Day in Arcadia. Let eve rybody plant at least one tree or 1 shrub! S"He who plants a tree, plants a a hope."-Selected. "0 whispering trees, companions, C Sages, friends, a No changes in you whatever friend. 5l ship ends."-Miller. s n Mr. and Mrs. Will Truluck spent the d week-end in Monroe with relatives. T Mr. Cornelius Harison, of Liberty Hill, was a business visitor at the Democrat oltice while in Arcadia Wed- di 3seday. Mr. H. C. Cook, of Ringgold, was as :,business visitor Tuesday and Wednes- ti day, and was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. in S. A. Cook, while here. ei Mr. Roy Caskey was a guest of ed ibends last week at a house party in c...

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. — 9 February 1922

tIE IEVILLE DEMOCRATl op E'ILISHED EVEEX THURSI4Y lei Advertising Rates on Application he to Subscription Rates. go 1 year .................... $2.00 su 1 year 1.23' tu 6 m o n t h s ...... . . . . . . . ..... . . . .... . . . . . ..... .. . ..... 1. (Outsile of Blenville Parish.)$ a 1 year ..._............................. ... . d 6 months "...... ......... :.. 1.:50 h ntered as Second ('lass Matter, Aprl i! IL 1912 at the po.))thLce t Arcadalt, of la., 'rnder the Act of Marclh 3. 1879. 8. A. COOK, Managing Editor and a Business Manager tl C. C. TRAVIS..............Assitant Editor al NOTICE.-AM is customallry with all 'r newspapers the following charges l will be made for Obituaries, Cards of o Tbhanks, Resolutlons of Respect, Church a( Notices for entertailnments of any na- sl tnar where admission is charged, etc. o1 Rate: Less than 100 words 7c per re fl lc per word. Minimum charge 50c h six words to line: 100 words or more, t, b RINGGOLD NEWS. c Mrs. William Smith and children ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 9 February 1922

F ý }+ i ''H ··. -, L 4k ' pjr h obs rrIIo CHAPTER'xI--Co.ntlnued. ,.*71*- * "He's some. fox,",; said I4. "Mi leggy, yOu better ~P d -he, atricals. It's g, t t d ailney, not to interrupt) t do' yon know about enterc fe er?' "Nothing." "Well, it's 'the :. , a, tpMid4. here'll be a surgeo~ i aboard.that gyn. t. You got to blff him, Say litle p' look wise ias an' owl, Dont'et! .hm mix in with yore patient. ' "My patient?" S"aniada ! He's got enierlc fever. If. tere's time he'll give you all the dope." . "But I don't see how that-" "You will see when you see Tamada," d grinned. "fow s ab9ut, them ? Can you fx'em?"' .I think so." "Then hop to it. I'm goin' to wise up mee and arrtpe a. reeptlon com. ee. Don't forgit yore lame's Carl. an' mine's 81imm;ý"' ' )ainey wrote ' rapidy in his log, g, eliminatingt "fbages without imitating the skipper's phrasing. .tely Simms hba4 made scarYt esa at st and, I~t :,' the held him ,. do n, i~o "l. ept so redord tbat4 le copt` d. giftl had gone or....

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. — 9 February 1922

Your Eanigs Having ready cash for = sudden emergencies is possible only when you have saved a part of your salary or wages. Start with a small deposit if necessary. Increase it as you cian and soon you will have a substantial inter , estbearing account, ,,.: ·and a feeling of safety, content. ment, pride and rindependence. Honest oi-Courtesy ANK OF COMgRCE ' Gibeland, 'a. CROP for o~ae of the South's great etitleh of an innteret for the Lesped. ele Cooperative Ausboola* f tl S ak swap d i omr who i -gr , m of ~*0 a II to It ow. .a*; ;+,+.i .., of standardising the seed and ol formation in connection with the'lbet ae Sseed prices, also in diemntiiang I ter t known methods of culttvatoun har- ifrc Svesting Accordlig to reports sent out e . from the Qdee of the assoclatifo, or- au ders for more than onethlrd of the UP seed pooled have ten receled. This was on January 28th, 1922, at which time e se itrket had hardly opeq.* del. i lie 11p LAN TOUR GARDEN O INSURB SU 'CE5 M or , "Pla...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 16 February 1922

"wi4y ' r 'e Benville Democrat ARCADIA, BENVILLE PRISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, FEB. 16. 1922 U TY-VEN ·· ,0 sustains Our bank stands for aiding and developing OUR home town and community. When you put your money in our bank you help if in more than one way. You increase home values, increase the population of our own town ve employment to our own people. ink your money with the bank that sticks up for ome town. That's OUR Bank. " W.e svite YOUR Banking Business. CORKECIL DAN " . " k That Service Buill" SARCADIA, LA. --. bi your Meat to i warm weather by X'0 uC , n c. rA-.-lI - lý f ,f w F t f, '7 ?4 nit; " fF, :gr y{ yi M(Irntib a-~ Statn'oJan% nmae this .r ,f I 3q4*ýftt"iweigtt 1ot the ' ~ ~ o tbl wwk,ýý ~8ig-. gj l~hh~ aP 4·i"· a~. Daiikii 'I ·i'· •. =,," ' t + .xY .4. .. . `i" \ lii Capital $ý0:000 Y t .3 eapU and Frolita csptti, lus a nd pofits. K A &ad is the sole protect- .Stoddoe _ , .::- , ... .., < . .. . , .L i a b il t y.. s ~ o o o W.,0O.0Osnaking a totaL of 9160.0...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 16 February 1922

Where Your Taxes Go How Uncle Sam Spends Your Money in Conducting Your Business By EDWARD G. LOWRY Autr Weubahton ClousUps," "Banks and Financial Systems,"etc. Contributor Poithcand Economic Articles to Leading Periodicals and a Writer of Recognised Authority on the National Government's Business Mett As. Copyriht, Western Newspaper Union NO REWARD FOR LOYALTY What can a manl hope for who en ters the government service as a career? Let us look at some actual ases. Here is the story of one as told by E. J. Ayers, chief clerk, De partment of the Interior. He cites it as a case similar to that of many oth era in his department, and says there are many others who are in worse cir : umstances: "The records of our department show that he entered the service as a . laborer at $600 a year, after a service of three and a half years in the Uni :ed States navy as a 'first-class fire mt , " man, with an honorable discharge. He has been with us for more than thirty Sthr years, and is sixty-six...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 16 February 1922

en Apieation ........................ "2 O. 0 $IDenVille Parish.) Class Matter, AprL' postcffleC at Arcadia, t of March S. 1879. u1Ed~te and •. .Mstu Eio ts utomary with all . following charges ,Obituatries, Cards of of lcespeet, Church nnments of any na. n is charged, etc. 100 word's 7c per line. nimum charge 50c. 100 words tr more, lits loveliness, will spring like alt other r, has its problems care of. With the I movement to clean the town should be then carried out to hurts a To more nothing helps a town that Arcadia will town, but as yet we that our hopes will' However, we have should diree our the -already discov "/of our town--the care of the oil ;thought of maining Homes?" Thereis *.lrable location in ana for such a 0 elevation, we &ve and the otheres $haat we need~i ; a art of our cltien ' RT.. -With and -afew'days make Area.414 r attracthoe )iearauin this rb.t would .,reall is~l S . >iin1 ! ,;l~weoo by the .. ID I running Hollywood, - Calif., a close second for . ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 16 February 1922

8yM1 r. D. K Rrown. Jr. : ? : :! 2 Teleone N. Mr. W. T. Cook, of Ringgold, was a business visitor to Arcadia Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Roberts spent last week-end in Mt. Lebanon. Mr. and Mrs. Woodard were visitor~f last week in Dubberly. Mr. and Mrs. Bain FeltW and little .Jessle Fay Wimberly motored to Sims horo on Sunday afternoon. Mr. George Crosby, of Natchitoches, was a recent guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harris. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Nickelson visited Athens relatives last Sunday on ac count of illness in his sister's family. Misses Maggie and Zelma Austin went to Shreveport last week to visit relatives for some time. Little Charles Thomas Butler has returned from Monroe, after a visit to his aunts, the Misses Butler. Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Lowery had as guests last week-end, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Nappler, of Simsboro. Everybody who tries Tanlac has something good to say about it. City Drug Co. Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Campbell, of Castor, have been recent guests of Mrs. COmpbell's paren...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 16 February 1922

A an ToH is Mate By J. ALLEN DUNN COPYRIGHT 303S MERRiU Co ER XII-Continued. -13- swiped it," he said. "Pu one from the hold in its Sgot plenty without usin or a while, an'. I only hap notice it this morning b) ey've bin drinkin' all night They're ugly, Mr. Rainey this time. They god the bunters are sober. Deming this. They did it on thell 't know how they got it it for 'em, sir, They musi plumb through the hold It that way." Sandy, Thanks. Mr. Lund them, I guess. He's com" had got to the ice, hidden who was walking to the ',the opposite side of tie seamen were gesticulating iound of their voices came ee he stood, tinged with a of speech, rough, con. g. As they climbed the betrayed them and con. boy's story. Behind then hunters, with Hansen, watching the sailora gr vraty that communa dspite the distance, at the far rail of the hl bar. He glanced to gops to wk, went be. iUp with a sweater. He Wist behind him In the It was uped for a stove b Ralney, their face. eyes naupuuly bright a...

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. — 16 February 1922

Y' - JANU OWN NEWS Miss Era Hayes of Minden, was a gorut in the home of Mrs. Morgan Sunday. Mr. j. L. Noble was a visitor to Ar cadia and other points last week. Misses Amanda Hamner, Bobble Nix and Jewel Bogan were week-end visitors to Castor, where they attend- " ed the recital given by Miss Bessie I 1 Lee Barbee. Messrs. W. M. Anderson and R. R. Nix left Sunday for Shreveport, where t they were summonld as jurors. a / Mr. C. D. Hamner, of Haughton, was p a guest of his father, 3Mr. W. D. 11am-t net and other relativres of this place i last week-end. b 'Word has been receive.l that Mrs. F Ola Evans, who is in the North Louis lana Sanitarium, wh~ere she went for an operation for appendicitis, is doing I nicely, b Mrs. J. C. Cooke entertained with i Bunco and Rook Thursday evening, it honor Mr. Harry Pruitt, who has been in' Haynesville for some time. n Messrs. Harry Pruitt and Clifford d Wiggins left Saturday for Haynesvllle t where they will resume their work. Miss Beulah Anderso...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 23 February 1922

", -. "w~ -  |11 , I.N  .!i.?"i:' f" ,'f ,-7'V: ,, '4, V1..... - .4" f R  - --- - "9 =:_e Bienville RDemocra )UMEX ~~~~ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, FEB. 23, 1922 NME OT*IH i nitltie than you hre re ed s r 1 money i ** .. ie y Itc yeru ills With a heck, It gives you a stand La yar OeMl learn tdat yo e careful with S teis to he dteklg account; be use ,:-1a o *pN + o D e onid out, and we help you keep We oIie hea e a hosehold cheking accounts. We W WOWm"ey CONN IAL BANK "The Bak That Service Built" AR ARADA, D LA. N ICE -=--_I------Wtl I Y r e on Ice will be $ ' ' in the nA _.sid oxý .: of t: 4,tr r .ý n f 3*C! .pv i S i i{I 7 t S+ x..14 b .4rt Dour ,. r, .K' 1Y ix ' z* 4 t k iy 1,t i r - ," ' 7. ý fn'f +bý j 'ý iF 1 ýý '.l _.! - G; .2~4~ t- Capta d~ *k x~' 1 ti r { z vasW andfi 3 0~~ '6O .W JA pr c proflt& ! s ý C ; tt4o and i e se protect ~ 44 1 ~lb. .. , - FOUR MEN DRAW HEAVY FINES FOR MANUFACTURING LIQUOR Tom Meth:in, a white man, and three negr...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 23 February 1922

Where Your Taxes Go How Uncle Sam Spends Your Money in Conducting Your Business SBy EDWARD G. LOWRY .....'-,.'-, Clo,..UP'-" "Banks and Piancui $l 8 ere Contrlbntet ,'ýhaladEooi ArticleW to Leaduin Periodicl a Writer of Recopaised Anthority oa the National Gonimenm t'a Business Methods. rCopi etWue Newspaper Unio ' , tX. JUST KEPT GROWING 0 'the origins of these antiquated, com- n 'ersome, costly, inefficient pieces of the natlonal machinery that we call the SaecuOtve departments show how any stablishment it well watered with g government money will expand and Sbold together, no matter how conflict ig and incongruous its functions. Hardly one of these great business es tablishmentes-for that is what they arem-Was planned. As they are today they just lhappened. Take the Department of Agriculture, for etrmple, one of the greatest and most complex and widespreading of all the departments. It is in closer touch ad more directly affects the greatest e Ssvmber of people In the United Sta...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 23 February 1922

is entire stock of store Fixtures and Ladies' and Gents'" Ready-to-Wear must be sold within the next few days at me price. You will find that we have in this lot of Merchandise many items that are seasonable, priced far below a rgain. If you have never attended a Bankrupt Sale you have no conception of what bargains really are. : : : : PROAL NOTHING J S. Mc cNA TH S TOR0 RSFORBE DE AGENT Come in SAradia, Louisiana p _ 1.". ..1.. . . . . .YAEGON AT *R..~bTO Gi 1~ arI'en '9* NTCo ei 1W w F bb ? ·-!Lt ;·,4 mad& f .r· 111 -ý - tl 1., 4P' r ýiea i iap-· i"S 1 t i~' µý YIL hit.r·: H . tt y f`:a d an althe first part of this at (i. have j.ut received & Sefeidi (lugs. Siebs e. C rS Don't t :W isree thme x`". nad Mrs Smith and Mr. and o d Nowell have moved into one . V P i Pipes' log bungalows r.! the ra iaoa& SardJly Jackson returned on S mfr otP mepath's visit to her & Flod. Dobbs and Dr. WJ # AnapiL ou, Ala. ,.: S0l i ?lA r ril the frst med l X evear cs that does wBhat " ...

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. — 23 February 1922

1:th ca05n rpt ofW.3 tlr#l7 dciaer forester of the United eitat5 emphasis is laid upon two facts that demand the attention of the en Itire eountry. One is that, three-fifths of the virgin forests of 'Te United States have been cut and so have die lappeared, and the other Is that the country's annual demand for timber Is four times as large as Its annual production. Attention is called also tto the Immense tracts of burned-over, !denuded and utterly unprofitable for eat lands that should be reclaimed land devoted to useful purposes. To meet the situation Colonel Greeley Fec iommends federal legislation which, he 'says, should recognize the principle that, because of the foresight neces s ary to meet future national needs, the public's Interest In the forest lands Is comparable to its Interest in the -proper handling of a public utility, And the further principle that, since the production of timber is an eco nomic process, the requirements im posed by the public on owners of for. Ots...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 23 February 1922

, bs.Itanb, La., Feb. 17, ce Parish School Baos adersigned citiseuna a4 of Gibsland School DBlttiet l parish, La., hereby pe honorable body to order oonn Gibeland School 2, Blenville parish, La., of voting a bond irase and dollars, coverlag gn years, for the purpose and equipping a school 0ibeland, La., in District parish, La.,. 0. L. Kidd, M. D., W. W. L. Kidd, B. 0. Pat. iSherman, R. S.- Brown, J. A. Randal, A. D. Wil. SMessier, A. F. Atwood, W. 8. Knighten,, . IL Hol. ID Reno, C. 0. Byr4 B. F. Reno, C. A. Steianett, Abraham, Mrs. Pat Or nm, E. J. Michael, N. Parker, J. F. Williams, kJt in thanc:t: d stylI for Summer the Rose line of ma ,: clothes o e au d . p-.. p ,I. ~6(1~9,1 .. ,"A Tý+ ' :"Y 1J !t'..{. ýu 4 . r. S t~-$ ·. WY* yi a credka 4ae i f . ~' ·fý h 1. ya{:> r y Ný " o _v ' 4 . ' Y Y f {at e' .7w 1'N A b f r " Ik- ~ .' · -· I. .:' 44 Y x 1K~~T I·-I ~ ` f ',r - " " ,y vf F 7 - h .r4 1 ` ,ýi l , mi ""~77 .. 1, tpe~ 4 r f ý r f i L . . Pe wmier, t tlerLsrl, AL. . " P. A ...

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. — 23 February 1922

Mal DEROCRA iii !v~ TH SAY POO*~,iVR!!USI AE~WbIW 3S en AppIIetIOn' S:I ubl lpt N alORtes. 1 yea rflto .$2.O 1 ylear ................................. 1.25 6 months .---'.............................. (Outside of Bienville parish.) 1 year .... w . ........... $ .25 I mon hs.." .. ............. ...... ...... 6mo..........--..1.50 Witered as Second Class Matter, Apri' i, 1912 at the postoflce at Arcadia, La. under, the Act of March 3, 1879. 8. A. COOK, MMaging Editor and Business Mammaer C. C. TRAVIS..........Assiantat Editor NOTICE--As is customary with all noewspapers the following charges will be made eor Obituaries, Cards ot Thanks, Resolutions of Respect, Church Notices for entertainments of any na ture where admission is lcharged, etc. Rate: Less than 100 words 7c per line lc per word. Minimum charge 5)c. six words to line: 100 words or more, On this page you will find an ediU torial from the Shreveport Times, en titled, "In a White Man's Country." Now, this gentleman expressed ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 23 February 1922

A n To His Mate By J. ALLEN DUNN c Oain rrmBSMtUL Co. .....r ... A . h---"- IAPTER XII--Continued. al took swift Inventory, lining P ;pp as they came timorously out Swater or straggled against the w his order. Tamada had come hi -rom the fires. Peggy had told Sshare, and Sandy's timely w Lund nodded at him in a y, manner. tl 're a white man, Tamada," he "you, too, Sandy. I'll not for. L Rainey, round up these dere. I ' help Tamada ix 'em up. r1 l with 'em later. Hansen, put the _ 'em to work, an' keep 'em 9 Do you hear? They got to do d k of the whole bunch." t turned to the two hunters p stood apart, h you yellow-bellied neutrals," h his voice cold and his eyes s 1'Thought I might lose, and so, didn't youi Pick up that k ; Beale an' tote him aboard. aome back an' go to work. ti pit yore shares, but you'll 'not s - comn' to those who stood~ sit oqt of myr ight. You That when you come back." t ed at the sodden corpse of~ flung up on the grit. "You .y0ore pay 1s grave diggers e at you...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 23 February 1922

Moot's God Almighty ns. t sdmrtul mechanism bn ody to work. It Is time. Dd you ever Thik o.fit on t ce more! , f Pof yours pumps on 72 - a minute, from the moment that its drat beat, until it dies at o:l r sil ty years, or one hundred. It pumE 4,320 times an hour, 103,80 times a. day. Everything In us Is con "s: structed to work. Everything in us is " constructed to carry big loaends, big bur dins. This human hand-it's a mras-{ terplee of nmechanlcs, writes Charle. P. Lawyer in Forbes Magazine. This spnal column--it's constructed to hold your body up, and teams of horses pulling in opposite directions ctoll scarcely pull it apart. God in tended us to work. He made it nec essary for us to work, Whether you know it or not, your day's work lights up the, glad ..de of your ledger. And Idleness is loss. The happies mo ments in the life of a man ar those ta whfch he is at his best, intellectual ly and physically, working at high speed with the greatest necessity for Sgood Judgment and...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 2 March 1922

.   ,!,i j: -, ¸ - I... " '" "he Bi i "A _MEX -env ie Democra VOLUME X ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH. 2. 1922 NUMBER FORTY-NINE .. , . . . - -. .... .. ....... ayxaandEreygWomm should have a /Bank ccount W e rnrie • .ou BanakihzBusinea Its et to IMOIBLE to keep money n the house and at th e ame the economize on your expensed.. When you put your money in our bank, it is safe-safe from fir ead buglars and from your own temptations to lend or spend it foolishly. We soldt the JOINT ACCOUNTS of husbands and wives, also : their smt racot eps sad the accounts of children. WI WIL WELCOME YOU <The CNERCI BANK ' "The Bank That Service Built" ARCADIA, LA. aON ICE ,iito the price on Ice will be :Sery r y liandling our i ;improveiweit in the. ¼ !i ...ad at once,. A add- --bttton.; wh h giys the h '* ' 2 ': .' . R . ""ý CI 4:I *hIf~iutS3Rqtfff. M ; '' : t: , :1I }R.u ~ h :- to howls .n +.1"., i4 ;' -.4ýl'. ... * F ~ tb·;I.M4aa I~,~(~ti1t:aba Ia*ul~ l'ws atj· '~lri~~...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 2 March 1922

Where Ydur Taxes Go How Uncle Sam Spends Your Money in Conducting Your Business By EDWARD G. LOWRY Author "Washington Close-Ups," "Banks and Financial Systems,"etc. Contributor Political and Economic Articles to Leading Periodicals and a Writer of Recognised Authority on the National Government's Business Methods. Copyright, Western Newspaper Union XI. OUR COSTLY NEGLIGENCE "Co-ordination" is a tired, haggard, nervous wreck of a word that was nearly worked to death at Washington during the early days of the war. It was the first of the dollar-a-year words to come forward to do war work, and it was worn to a frazzle. I hate to drag the poor wan thing out from the quiet retreat in my dictionary where it has been resting and recuperating, but I must say that this lack of co ordination, lack of organization, du plication, inefficiency, waste, and hap hazard hodge-podge structure of the national governmental machine is no secret to those at Washington, who run and manage it for us, and w...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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