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v THE HARTFORD HZRALt)
1 CAPITOL CTLLIXGS r ! "Farmer Grittlncc His Twth and
I, ' Biding His TIim"
nshington, D. C, Dec. 17. . The regular sesson of the Sixty
.I4ent Harding, In a message Seventh Congress opena with a well-
nicB mui as i& it. uau unu wtiiieu cteimeu cleavage - Between ,ine neac-
Ing the Innocence Of- thlt man, when
we hare here - many paget of test!
mony containing a straightforward
recountal of facts and circumstances
'that connect him up with the cam
paign and the tie him body and soul
to its corrupt and scandalous con
minis aooui ine state or. me union. i nai me Reactionaries will con- i iwau me torimrr ihn. xnone
with the exception of the Newberry tlnue (o dictate to them Is apparent who voted for him. ail of them but
Case, and what he expects of this from that part - of President Hard- veven are gone,
session, - . Ing's message reprimanding; them "You may vote to seat this man;
Imitating President Wilson, he for joining with the Democrats in you may clothe him with a power to
.read his message In person, and fol- passing the Democratic amendments sit here and kill the vote of Sena
lowina In the footsteps of his lllustrl- to the tax bill, and his plea for party tors who stand here with clean
ous predecessor, he notlflea Congress harmony and party government.
; credentials. I do not know what
that he ' would not obey its order But out In the West Is an Intelli- your Judgment will be; but, mark
abrogating all existing commercial gent and watchful constituency you, Senators, you are going to face
treaties. . He also followed in the 'which has been disillusioned on the these facts out in the states,
footsteps- of the Wilson admlnlstra- tariff which hus lust or is lotting . "Thank Cod there Is a Judgment
tion In his revival of the proposal faith in Republican promises of bar where we can go with these ter
for the reclamation of arid lands to lowes taxes and economical govern- rlble facts and submit them to the
provide homes' for soldiers. ment. which Is beginning to realize womoji and the men who constitute
The President administered a that the. party in power does not un- the electorate of America. If you
reprimand to the agricultural bloc, derstand the problems with which it vote to seat this man you are going
coupled with a plea for party unity has to deal and Js incompetent there- to have to answer to an outraged
on the ground that we have a party for to solve them. Above all, It un- snd Indignant people. So remember
government, but ignored the plain derstands now as never before that that when you vote to seat Mr. New
fact that Republican dissension in It has no Identical Interests with the berry you may be voting to unseat
Congress Is due to' the autocratic privileged and predatory classes who yourselves."
spirit and dictatorial attitude of the finance and control the reactonary , r.
element of the Republics party. BEAVER DAM GRADED AND
Just how the Western constituents HIGH SCHOOL HOXOR ROLL
feel about It is well expressed by a'
Western weekly paper, which says: Month of .November
"The farmer is gritting his teeth. First Grade
and biding his time." Virgil Stewart, Jewell Sandefur
, Hi dissatisfaction with the Tax
bill passed at the special session
jna,kes the dissatisfaction unanl-
. nious, and It will be interesting to
note what success he achieves when
he eomes back later, as he promises Republican
to do. with a special plea for a fur-
Do- Klchard Sandefur. Lewis Vnrtnn
. , Williams, Dorothy Dexter, Lucille
ther reduction In the higher surtax Congressman James F. Byrnes of martin, uarce Marguerite Williams.
for the benefit largely of profiteers. South Carolina, Democratic member i Second Grade
President. Harding's attempt to 0f the Appropriations Committee,' Wllffla Taylor, Grace James, Vlr
meet. conditions ln way to Justify na again exposed the fake "savings" Rlnia McKenney, Martha Sandefur,
the passing of a tariff law is almost claimed by the reactionary Republi- Samuel Leach E. W. Ford Berry,
pathetic. From a reactionary party cans in Congress. In a recent speech Conrad Gillstrap, Irvln Kelley, June
standpoint, perhaps, it was tactful, he said: Daves. Thelma Cooper, Lucille Stev-
but as far as affording any satisfac- "But I want to comme"nt for a en8, G'rthie Mae Graves.
tory solution of the tariff muddle it minute upon the savins; you were . Third Grade
is as impotent as the tariff bill It- going to make; because the gentle-,
self as it came from the hands of man from Wyoming (Mr. Mondell)
"Uncle Joe" Fordney. 'said you were going to make those
His plan is to have Congress dele- savings, and when he says so you Hiram Patrick, Billy Taylor, Leonard
gate its constitutional power to levy have to believe it. He told the Pres- Carson,
tariff taxes to the Executive, so that tdent you were going to save $350,- Fourth Grade
the taxes can be levied by himself 000,000 out of the appropriations Christine Young, Ruby Martin,
in the form of an executive order, for this year. He said that you i-eora Baize, Alta Fuqua, Maud ,
... . T ala.A Mf.. '
Ray Martin, Claudine Maddox, Tom
Barnes, McDonald Knight, John Vel
ler, Kennneth Kane. Paul Chinn.
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POOIl tfc KILLIAX
Odd Fellows Uldg.; 300 W. Third, Opp. Comt Uuiise.
the Navy. But the Navy asked for ninn,
$27,000,000 In the way of a deflcl- Rigs.
ennv Than thpv withdrew thaVtfltl-
mate and said they would try and see '
it they could not reduce it by the
time the regular session met in
Elizabeth Patrick, Walter '
or a ukase, after the manner mat were going to save $100,000,000 In leisure, uutta Chapman, Eddie - IXFAXT DIES
'legislation was promulgated in Rus
sia ln the days of the Czars. It
would seem that many of the Ideas
of'jthe Executive are largely depend
ent either upon a change of the
Constitution or the delegation of
constitutional authority or Ignoring December.
the Constitution entirely for" their The gentleman from" Womlng
application. Etated he. was going to save $25,-
-Tub" suggestion for a constitution- 000,000 out of the appropriations
al amendment enabw the taxing f at rhA A cr Innl tii ml Tlpnartmpnt Baize. Rachel Havs McKennev. HI mm
of State and municipal securities wnen the total appropriation was Chapman, Bessie DeHart. Gretchel We loved him
now exempt is of doubtful value, ex- oniy $36,000,000. When I called Martin, Etta Mae Harrel,
cept perhaps as a political gesture, attention to that, the gentleman Austin, Gladys Hosey.
for the reason that ln the belief of fr0m Illinois (Mr. Madden) stated Seventh Grade
many three-fourths of the States that it was to be saved out of the Frelda Pierce. Tommle
which are able to market their se- r0ad fund; but you know, and the Lucy Clyde Jackson, Roy
curities satisfactorily largely be- country ought to know, that instead Floyd Newton.
cause they are exempt from taxa- 0f saving money out of the road
tion would have to ratify the amend- fund since that time we have appro
ment. The suggestion that the prlated $100,000,000 to be spent In
States surrender another Constitu- co-operation with the States In
tional right In a matter that affects building public roads. So that In
the very fundamentals of our dual ,tead of saving $25,000,000, we
system of government will arouse nave appropriated , an additional
more or less controversy. This is a $100,000,000 since that time,
matter that should "be- dealt with in "Now as business men, how can
a more practical manner and that we reconcile those statements? The Albert Shultz, Raymond Brown,
will give greater promise of success gentleman from Wyoming said that Josephine Pirtle, Lena Wallace,
on more equitable lines. " jn the Navy Department we would Wendell Ralph, Martyne McDanlel,
It may be assumed that a favora- Bave $100,000,000. The total amount Alma Crowder, Frank Kelley Case
ble reception will be given to the appropriated on the building con- bier, Eva Carter, Aaron Roach.
President's recommendation to ap- tracts was only $90,000,000, and if . Eleventh Grade
proprlate for the Russian famine tn)8 conference on the limitation of Lime Chinn, Hllliard Willis,
ufferers a sum sufficient to purchase armament la a success and we cancel Evelyn .Hunley, Eldred Young.
On Dec. 1, 1921, the death angel
Fifth Gia.Ie 'visited the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Asle Hill. Ju;lith DeHart. Hermia
Flener, Joe Taylor, Edith Arbuckle, baby Charles. He was a darling to
Genevieve Leach, Esther Dockery, give up but we all know it was for
Parvln Knight, Ray Pierce. ' the best as it was the will of the
slh Grade Lord that it should have a short
irorrell Taylor, Oscar Wright mission on earth, but will be a
Stevens. Merle Hooker, Delora blooniine flower in heaven
yes we loved him,
Pauline But angels loved him more
And they have sweetly called him,
To yonder shining shore.
Taylor The golden gates were opened,
! A gentle voice said come!
And with farewell unspoken
Kane, He calmly entered home.
Helena Knight, Beulah
Audrey Martin, Winona Coleman.
Lucille Couch, Virgil Couch, Mai- He has a great many relatives
colm Barnes. and frlends left behind. We all ex-
Nlnth Grade tend our heartfelt sympathy to the
Arthur Plrtle, Carroll Veller. bereaved familv
George Barnes, Alton Chinn.
Albert Shultz, Raymond
A GOOD FRIEND
Corinne Taylor, Florence Taylor,
000,000 buBbels of corn and 1.- the contracts, we all know that we
000 bushels of seed grain al- nave got to pay damages in addition
gh this is way below the esti- tnere j8 not a chance on earth of
te made by uov, uooancn oi mu- t0 tne amounts already spent ana
ilana, who has made survey of the gaVing $100,000,000 ln the Navy ap
Situation and who estimates it will pr0prIatlons. Ott,the contrary, the
jjtake fifteen or twenty million bush- tbe department asked for 127,000,
el of corn and four or Ave million 0OOx deficiency appropriations.
I bushes of seed wheat to relieve 25,- ..T Call attention to this because I
f 000,000 people. - make the prediction now that we will
The purchase of the corn and the naTe. at leaBt two or three more de- Jng officers and teachers were also
seed grain for this worthy purpose ncency bills, and unless there Is a elected: Moderator. James C. Ben
would help the American farmer in gre4t change ln tbe executive de- nett; Asst. Moderator,' Steve Ellis;
getting rid of bis surplus and would partmenta the deficiency bills of this Clerk, W. C. Blankenshlp; Treasurer,
give relief In corresponding measure congress are going to amount to al- s. A. Bratcber; Pianist, Annabelle
to the railroads which, exact in most a, mucn aB any Congress prior King; Asst. Pianist. Mrs. L. O. Bar
freight rates a sum equal to the ctst t0 jagg ever spent for all govern- rett; Sunday School Supt., W. M.
of raising the grain. ment purposes. Fair; Asst. Sunday School Supt., Os
lo contrast to President Harding's "Remember Lorlmer," Warns Heflin Car Bishop: Sec'y.. Ellis King; Asst.
.statement acknowledging 'the really OM ct the most eloquent and ex- Sec'y., Lillian Schapmlre; Supt..
large volume and excellent quality corclating speeches . made against Home Dept., Mrs, Emma Schroeter;
of work.Af compllshe J Jy the extra--tne geatng of Senator Truman H Supt., Cradle Roll, Mrs. R. B. Mar-
nritlnar uaslon of ConRTeSS Which m.iii wa. that nt Renator J. tin. DimHg Cohnnl Taaxhara Mil.
f so recently adjourned" Is tbe opinion Thomas Hellin of Alabama, who de- dames. W M. Fair, S. A. Bratcher,
expressed on the floor of the House ciarei that It was "the most mys- s. O. Keown. J. P. Casebler and L
Just prior to the adjournment of tbe ter0Ug case ever considered by the Barrett; Misses Lillle B. Burton
special cession by a prominent gate." Continuing, be said: and Georgia M. White; Messrs. Mack
. publican Congressman, William R. - The Lorlmer case- does not touch Cook, Oscar Bishop. Otto C. Martin,
Wood of Indiana: It. why they admit spending $200,- and Rev. Russell Walker.
."I know the very serious condl- 000 That la 62 times more than the - -
w ... i A
tion- that is prevailing mrougnoui ,ut8 of Michigan permits, 19 times
tbe land I am only speaking tbe a. mucQ ai the federal statute tier
truth when I say that (he people of mltted. It is the general belief
tbls couutry employed In every voca- am0g many who were in close
,tloo and In every character of busi- t0uch with that campalgnthat It
reus are giving this Congress hell. cog, anywhere from $250,000 - to
They are doing it because we have jsoo.OOQ. Who said so? The Lieu
done nothing to' stimulate .business. tenaut Governor of Michigan. Gov.
Tbey are doing it because we nave Dcklnson. a Republican, said so in
done nothing to give exployment to a ,eUelr t0, Mr, Newberry Bnd Mr.
the unemployed. Tbey are doing Newbarry never denied a line of It.
it because we bave done nothing to "The Idea of trying to foist this
benefit ths farmer -ard stimulate thing upon the Senate and' tbe Amer
tbe (rice of the farmers' products." jcaa people, without testimony show-
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At a meeting of members of Hart- I suffered with a dull backache and
ford Baptist church on December dizziness. Black spots came before
7th. Rev. Russell Walker was re- my eyes and my kidneys didn't act
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