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HAYTI, MISSOURI, FRIDaV, SEPTEMBER 8. 1022
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Tennessee Senator Scores Mistakes of Republicans' - 3 Years
Washington, D. C. Tho most tor- the Volstead law so us -to enforce it
rfllc Indict moiH tin' the Uspublirwi j:iS to prohibitionist.-; and allow it :
party bus received Li tunny monih , bo viiU'ted by all others,
was the speech delivered by Son Uoi i "They iuivo established a system
McKellar on the lloor of the Sennl:of oil leasing by which the oil trust
Wednesday of last week. The Ten- domestic and foreign, have secured
ncssee Senator put the issues soa greutpart of the oil supply of the
H:.:vly that his speech is to bo cir-i United States.
culatod 'in full by the Democratic na
tional committee a's a campaign" doc
ument. Senator MeKoilar said:
"In Hie last few days and week'
much has been S'ld about tho nccom
pllshmcnti sr.d failure of th" p-my
"The Itepubli.'iin party has been
in virtual control of the government
for throe years ' and five months
Thcj. have been in tonliol of hot!
houses of congress since March 4
3 921, a period now ht noisJy IS
"They havo failed to restore nor
malcy. V'They huv failed to restore pros-
perit j .
"They have failed to keep up our
"They have failed to Jceep our for
"They have failed to keo their
promise to Ichor.
"They have ftiled to keep thoii
promises to capital.
"They have failed to keep faith
with the ex-service men
"They have failed to keep their
promise-! o the fanners.
"They have failed to ksep theii
promises to the bur.ines.j men.
'"""They'have failed to maintain
law and order iii the country.
"They have failed to protect the
country against criminal trusts.
"They have failed in their man
agement of the coal industry. '
"The" h;'vc failed utterly in the
management of tho railroads.
"They have failed to take the gov
eminent out of business.
"They have failed to put business
"They have failed to enforce the
"They havo failed to restore peace
and trade with Mexico.
"They havj failed in their con
duct of the department of Justice.
"They havo failed in their cou
dii' ' tV !'.,i1,,r m 'it of oiininereo
"They have failed in their con
duct of the department of labor.
"They have failed in thoir con
duct of the department of state.
"They have failed in bringing
about any effective adjustment oi
our foreign relations.
"They havo failed to obtain any
settlement of our foreign indebted
ness, amounting to more than cloven
"They, havo failed to lower tho u
burdens on tho peoplo rc-nomlly.
"They havo failed utterly in their
conduct of the executive department
of the government, It being but n
"They have brought wheat down
bv the passage of the emergency tar-
i'lff bill, to the lowest price It bar
sold for in many years.
"They have oitabllphed by Hit
emergency tariff bill and other tink
ering with the tr.rl?. a" system by
which the cattle. risers can got sub
stantially nothing for, their hides
while shoes and other leather goods
are higher than they have ever bee
in peace time.
"They hav made profiteering f
emincii ly reject ai'l'j.
"They have ni.ide brotlegglnr an
"They have substituted innocons
conference at the While Hovse for
Senator K. D. McKellar of Metnphisjp . Yol-H Ot
Tennessee, Gives G, O. P. the Most fi OU; UitOll I1 J
Forceful Arraignment it Has Had in
Months-"--What They Did.
rue above is good advice, givejtif. Pick it wet, gather green bolls,
leaves and dirt, and tho loss Is not
only yours, but your neighbor'?.
Buyers "spot" the territory trom
by a man who knows tho cotton bus'
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iiie;-'j uom.uvery aiigje. iiciv-vour
cotton dry arid get the top
which they purchase cotton. Thoy
j-oon learn where the "good and the
bad conies from. This Is a good cot
ton country the best In th? United'
States. Don'e "kill the goose that'
lays the. golden egg." Will Ihl
"tip" help you? A hint to tho '"Ise
should be sufficient. . Pick your cot
J0H3T IIOBERSSOI-I, S3AD,
taken away from the legislative de
partment the power of taxation and
turned it over t'o the executive,
without right or authority.
"They have lately rodn'od taxw.
John Robertson, a well-known rcB
gro about town, died suddenly SuiK
day evening of heart failure. ?o tl&
coroner decided. John h d bioit
well as usual during ths day afe
jUBt at dcirk, sat dow n on a bench otf
the Dido of a roa;ro rsntanrput andi
, ithout a word, slid Co the grouu
and expired. $,
.?he body wc c-trried to Carittlii
ersvill; Motida" otteinicn by Gorf
Wilson, r.nother negro, and was inj.
(erred In tho negro cemetery there?
John lied an-.ny friends In Hayif?'
not only among his own color, bfr
among tho whites. Whatever John
sins of omission and commission may!
iuvo bjen, hi3 honesty and veraclj
were at par and this trait of chn:
acter overbalance:' other
Carufchersville Ice and Light Plant Lost by Fire
DROPPED DEiiD HI DEPOT.
ir.iS Oifv Yoi;ag Mm: Dieel at
Depot This 'Evening;. On wvy to
.Carr.fchcrsvilic ar.cl Hayti in Darlmecs s'nd Without Ice Plane
Inclofinilely. Five Last Wight Destroys Plant at Caruth
cwville. Loss Abotifc $200,000, With About Twenty Per
Cent Insurance. No Definite Program for Rebuilding.
Claude HsrroU, :? yai;$ old. off The ice and light plant at Caruth
Bragg City, dic-1 in iltn 1'rNoc depot , ersvIHe ws com'pletoly destroyed bv
Ic-m today. " : fir? last night between Ci and lo
Hurrei was on his vp to a hoa- o'efock. The fire originated in the
pital in Memphis. Tur . nd while boiler room and the cause is unue
awaitlug the outhbomid nCternoon termined.
pyser.ger train, expired. ' The loss is estimated to be $200,-
It Is said ho had becom ; poiso.iPd 000, with about 20 pr cent insur
some three weoks ago from drinking ance.
wildcat whiskey, having been uable The flames nuieklv spread to all
HAYTI SCHOOL MOTE
in e, t anytnms almost the entire parts of the larixe brick hitildlnc-.
miiwsi tlm-, and was very weak. Couple-! and were soon beyond control.
"Jll1. itll (Ill's. Illn llPllf n'lll tlin nvnrMiKi Tf Jc; -.,!, 1 1.n-n..nn 1. n .!. I
AW 10 .Hl, ItUCVCi, tJlUl. LJIU iil-
tauits lie may ixavu had. -t v.uh (his, the heat and the exertion
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"""" v,aa tUO,li- u- lulr '! ot uie trip proved too. much for adequacy of th? waterworks pre
best of all, a lifelong Democrat i nhvsfcnl nnrinrni,P ,..,t.i ,..! :i..-.. .i.
Iii their tariff bill they have Tnis 0l,lu t(J ,nsurc John's fav6rt) Harrell was accompanied by a which might have been easily done
iiu a just uou, ioi- me ueiesuai , nelglibor, who returned with
City will not be populated witl' body to liragg City.
many of hir. kind.
CARD OF THANKS.
Qenuine oak lawn swings,' welt',
I bolted and re-inforced; the kind that i T tako this method to assure aH "I)on t!ielr !ost important
th" had the water pressure been normal
Instead, the waterworks proved al
most useless, and the fire company
and the citizens could do nothing
mor than stand around and ga-;s
Tlij Hayti schools opened Monday
with a largo enrollment. The en
rollment of the Grammar school Is
Eighth Grade Departmental. 22
seventh grade, same, 22;-sixth grade
r.ic. 23; total, 70.
Lower grades Fifth, 43; fourth.
?.S; third, 4S; second, 55; first, 50;
to-al 2.: I. A grand total of 304 ot
the Grammar school.
The enrollment of the High
School in the various' grades is:
Senior, 17;. Junior, 13; Sopb., 22,
Freshman, 22; Irregular, G; total, SO
This is the largest enrollment in
schools during the 'first week and
on the rich,
"They have fed the interests'; will" stand hard use. We put thenV"r friends tint we duly appreciate' utility as it rapidly became a pile rl , there will be many more, in the next
with a bountiful hand. I up for you. I.eller Hardware 'Co&! the many kind deeds and demoustra- smouldering ashes and blackened', i Iew ua'3- ine senior class is tns
rusts. ' Haytl. ' , prions of sympathy shown us in the twisted debris. largest in tho history of the schools
- JlsMl hour of death and burial of our 'The firemen did . their best with, iW0 ears aSo we nau iwo seniora
& st 'son sn smliliinlv ;ni irnHoniu- ,ni-n the facilities at hand, but pi-o n? i Warren P.ay.in University of MIs-
"TIipv bnvn r.fnnrl liv thr ti
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-1 iiey nave kuockcu tuo utejut
"They have taken zes,t out of
!j)I ensure. ,
-Large line of high, grade wist'cif-,
jzzpsz ssssv -: ?- ss3'" s:
powerless as a company of disarmed soiiri, and Miss .Edith Davis, now
i Flashlights, flashlight batteries les3 tlRht as ,nan' such other nKhts
Mrs. Ituth Bea'sley and Mrs. Lu-innil bulbs always kept in stock at'nave ,,een maa" ln UarutliersviUe-
ment and pleases no one.
"They huve paid to foaeign gov
ernment and foreign people all thoy
claimed and collected nothing of
what foreign governments and for
eign people owe us.
"They have fooled the people
about an Associations of Nations
and made a treptv of pea"e with Oer
many from which tho 'Tnited rft.-ttr
could not possibly derive any benefit
"Thoy havo entored into disarma
ment treaties of alliance which do
not ally, and from none of which
our peoplo get any benefit.
"Thoy havo professed In their
treaties to be for pence, and at the
stune time havo been most vocifer
ous in thoir appeals for greater
preparation anil groutcr appropria
tions for war.
"They passed an army reorgani
zation bill with which no one Is sat
isfied, and In which ofllcors aro ninny
and enlisted men are few, and at the
highest cot in our history.
"Their hbuso has passed one tariff
succession of wiggles and wobblos bill and their sonnto hns passed an-
"They have raised railroad pas
senger rates so high that the people
cannot afford to travel.
"They have raised railroad freight cille Antoiue were guests at tho W. , Wells Drug Compr.'iy. Batteries re-, yct the waterworks there have not
rates so high that the interchange , t. Xethery home this week. Mrs", placed wh.-u v.-orn out. I bee" Imprvetl- but little, if any.
ot commodiies is made a losing bust- Antoino leaves tonight for her hom . ! lu tllis Particular loss' Haytl suf-
'imir ii .1 irt ti'iccni m iMKinnt utii t j- - - m -
...., .... ...,. ,.,. llollie J5 m Jieill,imB, icnn. .uoin torta:- int0 lhelr new Il0Ine ln th0
which increases tho cost ot govern-' are daughters of Dr. and Mrs. W..A '. i ,., ,
auuiui;at ui t uj, iuu it.
in Columbia. Mo. Mrs. Beasley's Sam xethery and family moved
Crockett of Steele.
fers in exactly ibe -ame nauner
that Caruthersville does. We were
all knocked out alike with th6 same
punch. This is so because Kayti re-
- celved its light and power from th'
, Norwegian sardines in pure oi- central plant at Caruthersville.
Kellogg'o Bran, cooked and ive oil. small fat herrings in tomato Both towns are in complete dark
kri.mbled, ready to eat, at r.-iek- fiiee. and oil and mustard sardines ness nmi without power to turn the
le' at Buckleys' , wheels of tluir machinery that wn
dependent upon the use of electricity
WV' f $WWH TQ QfTSr1? Q V TM &tW(PVTS The n-VWr plants and the mov-
nhl Wlmi&ldduMi& a . mv. UWWk&ZJ mB picture shows wm b0 Mt tuc
' hardest, but there are many othei
n,vi 7.ror.oa iB.v-v.ni,i vm, i D'fi-,. ',.. , .,.... .. industries dependent upon the use
..i .UJvj,. - ivn.-uiu J.UUW., j-ujiiiai-ui uuiuit villi OSlCClCU ilS
'They have failed utterly in their
conduct of tho legislative depart
ment ot the government, it being al
so a succession of. wiggles and wob
bles. "in the Newberry cuso they offi
cially found:" "
"Tho expenditure of suoh excess
ive sums ln behalf of a candidate,
either with or without his knowl
edge and conaant, lacing contrary tc
sound public policy, harmful to the
honor and dignity of tho senate, and
dangerous to tho perpetuity of a free
government, such excessive expend
itures aro hereby sovoroly condemn
ed and disapproved.
"Then thoy seated Newberry ln
violation of thoir own findings.
They havo thus establlbhed the pre
cedent of purchasing a sent in the
United States sonato,
"They havo amended by construc
tion tho civil service laws by which
they have given tho ex-soldiers the
preference and tho professional poli
ticians tho postofllces and many oth
er civil servico offices.
"Thoy have modified by construc
tion tho Eighteenth amendment and
other, both so different that it is
now proposed that their conferences
shall pass a third. Tho bills already
passed provide for tho highest tariff
tax in nil history, mid whatever bill
Is passed will tax tho American peo
ple, already overburdened with tax
ation, at least 2,000,000,000 a
year additional, out of 'which the
government will get perhaps an addl
tlonal ?50, 000,000 from tho tariff,
tho re3t going to the special inter
"They have raised tho prjyo of
everything that a farmer buys and
lowered tho price of everything that
a farmer sells.
"They got tho labor 'vote in 1920
and now they are repaying labor
by depriving it of its every right.
"They havo furnJshed labor strikes
In abundance. ,
'They havo furnished ho ex-ser-vlco
men with inilllonu of cases of
"Thoy havo furnished the busi
ness men with bankruptcy,
"They havo dilly-dallied more
than a year about tho coal strikes,
Blows Head Oil With Shot Gun
No Definite Reason Known.
nt' rtlnniYI!t V Twitnn
n,.; .., nw,. cn...- t w .v.. ....... tw ,,u,.ti.
i ;" """u" " P-( What concerns us all most nov,
I " n" " ! is, when the plant can bo rebuilt
Carl Mnssey, eighteen-year-old i Miss Frances, tho scventeen-vear-j f "(1( ?rvlf r01- , Tllc s; P
son of Hnrvav Miiaaov. Hvlmr in ... old rtnnrrhlm- of Mr ,,,,,1 Mr. nl.t , tIl,,tstic v,ew o thlS is ot sy. At
Concord neighborhood, a few mile! Mehrlo 0f Caruthersville, was noti-
north of town, Fcized a shot gu-i
this. Friday evening, at 7:.'!0 o'clorlr
ran to a cotton houso in tho rear i
tho family residence, andMilcw th'
top of Jiis head off, dying instantly
Tho family know of no definite
reason why the boy should h.u-r
committed his rash act. It is
said that during tho day ho h id
lied this week of her appointment ap
Princess to the Queon of the Texas
Cotton Exposition, to bo held :t
Waco, Texas, the lattor part of Oc
tober. This appointment came rntbor ns
a surprise, and In view of the stroug
candidacy of n prominent society
young lady of Kansas City, hor se
lection by Gov. Hyde is a tribute and
best, wltho-it hitches, we could ban'
ly expect to have tho service re-
been noticeably nioroso and uiicoin
munlcative, and that nt tho above ' honor to Pemiscot county:
stated hour he eaniu downstairs, ami i Tho Cotton Exposition Is
as ho ran from tho house, innklnp
for tho roar, ho grabbed a pump gun
and boforo anyone could pravent
him, or really know what was about
to happen, the gun fired with the of
fects as above stated.
If is unusual for ono of so fov
years to becomo so oppressed with
lifo's Involvements as to gsok his
own end, particularly in such j
growsoino and tragic inannor, whirl)
makes it all tho harder for friend--
of the youth to account for his ac
Bo the causo what it may, iho sad
affair is very dcplorablo and the on
tiro community sincerely sympa
thizes with tho stricken family.
Ilnrvoy Massoy, tho boy's father
Is one of tho county's .most promi
nent nud highly respected citizens
and tho tragedy that has so suddenly
come Into his family falls us a cruel
blow from tho hands of n mysterious
fate that touches now and then the
household of tho most righteous and
Tho funeral will bo held Sunday
(Continued on Page 4, Column 5) nt Dry Bayou cemetery
similar lines of tho Mnrdi Qras of
Now Orleans. The appointment of
Miss Mehrlo also includes a chaporou
and her mother will accompany hcv.
It might bo well to state that the
oxpnses of tho Princess and chop
erono, including railroad faro, hotol
bills, etc., will bo paid by tho Expo
Porhaps tho best compliment that
ould bo pnid Miss Mehrlo Is tho fact
that at Iter age. seventeen years,
she has nover gone Into society nlono
always being accompanied by hor
mother. Her pleasing personality
makes her a great favorite among
her fellow students, this being hor
third year ln High School.
Tho remarkable and qulto proper
traits of disposition distinctive )u
this gifted young lady perhaps had
much weight in her being mado tlio; lne oraofi from w,lJch
stored tc- normalcy before the first
of the year. But those who under- j . .i..,.,
stand the situation best, fear there, agroe wlth thnt sayInff Thl, offlcJt
will bo more hitches than expadi-, for several WC0ks ,la, ha(1 ,ts share
tlons. Tkat the plant will bo rebuilt 0, mechanical as well a, plivsicol
In time, there can be no question, nu. Wo had not before complained
but there aro financial rocks ahe,d ' ou this soor0( ,)Ut tho aforoaalll h.IB
that threaten complication and dc-' acqouutC(1 for the shortago of tho
',! ,,, v , r ' paper and its delays of publication.
the Missouri Herald is porlmpn The moclmuical trouble was mainly
in bettor shape for light and power I wlth our ilaotypCi whlch oulv t,ie
than any other public utility served n,cllt bef0I0 tba flre wo hatl lt
onterprlso in the county, for we In overhauling. But right out t
wero not ontirely dependent upon that trouble wo aro precipitated,
outside sources for those necessa- ( hacls-over-head, Into another, of
ries. Wo have an auxiliary plant oi ' 0V8U far U10re &erJoilB Conaiuoticc-i.
our own, but unfortunately our mo-, So rtins life, over truo to its record
tors require a different voltage, nt-' i this now chasm of dospair both
cessitnting that our machinery be Caruthorsvlllo and Haytl go do u
driven by gasoline engine, which w- toBotIier like twin brothers Wo aj-f
also have. Wo began work at 12, hit wJUl the 8Rmfl ,)rick that sldt
o clock last night In overhauling swiea "Billle Patterson." putting
our power fixtures, and aro ublo u-,1,1m out temporarily, but causing
do some work today. , llIm t0 riSQ full o mh go we
Wo have tendered tho uso of our, fjoo. shall rlso again, and If we shrll
plant to the other papors, but they, sharo our ills, why not our prosper
too, will probably Install their ov.'u.Jty? Why?
power ana ugiit,' tho hope of early I
restoration of tho regular service
Later; Friday ovonlng, after tho
being too vague to bo dopmided upon j above was put in type, Mr. Wnhl,
By next week we lu.iie to have olt, jimnagor'of the nlant. Btatos thnt.
power better -egulncd. Ot., MlJw, after examination of tho wreck-ago
.hw.1B a, nirou-iy in gooa work-jit Is found the boilers, engines an I
cholco of Princess and she is to bo
Lodge emblem Jewelry, in but
tons, charms an rings, for all the
leading orders, at Turnbaugh's Jow
plied most of our lights. Wo may ho
able rtity tho present emergency tc;
tuko caro of tho lighting require-
had sup- j dynamos wero not damaged as bad
ly as nt first thought, and it is now
bolleved repairs can bo made sufV
ilclontly to furnish tho business nor.-
teacher of third grade. Last year,
'seven and thTsyeSrrev'errteeh, ai?"'
it Is hoped 'that all will be abls to
meet the acid test and become grad
uates next May. . .
Plans arj being made to take care
of athletics. The boys at the High
Schopl are organizing for football,
and it looks as though we have some
fine material for a good team. Tlic
girls are planning to organize for
basket ball soon.
Miss Hattie Mae Argo is te.i"hlug
mathematics, physiology and grl
cultur? in the departmental work of
tho Grtmuuar school. .
The Grammar school is beinr
opened at S:30 and closed at 1:25
so as to have more work in the morn
ing hour and less during hot after-
t noons, ine urst dou rings at n:iii.
(Pupils are urged to bring drinking
cups until wo are over our water
The faculty dcsirc3 the hearty co
operation of the yarents. Get behind
the pupils and help us to have an
monts of soiuo of our neighbors, but.j tlon of CaruthoravUlo 'lights and
If nt all, only 'to a limited number.! power within flvo ddys.i and Haytl
Trouble and twins, thov sav. nnv. i n,i n ,,ou i.. .. .1 w.i.'
dry Store, Caruthersville, Mo. ir.jercpmo singly. Wo thuwiiBWy' Is, indeed, good news. Chir up!
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