POLITICAL NOTES: Mississippi's Governor

Last week, eight years after leaving under a politically-brewed cloud, Theodore Gilmore Bilbo returned in triumph to the State Capitol of Mississippi, for his second four-year term as Governor. Once tried and acquitted of bribery, Mr. Bilbo had recarved his career, whetting the fighting edge of his ambition on the grindstone of his persecution.* Inaugurated once more, he reiterated all the things he wanted to do for Mississippi. The list sounded to the holiday crowd that had flocked to Jackson from counting house and cotton...

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