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Soda Springs Chieftain, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1920, Soda Springs, Idaho V- Captata A H. Cwner. former of toe of representa- Ihrea and returned exter'vlisi nan. Mttde fenaa! annauncainent tola week ____ .0f fgf- M the soldier to Tale to- ertdtert. i. i cooHttasaUoa. _ ____l, yet these awae afltoa met tn. W oa Sir I? for tbeaoMler i by wannf the ta from other tteu to do justice' at tbe eitpen dler aboard of bto candidacy for the United States nomination at the repubn- jeaa atate ooaventlon to be held In Wsateilo In Aaguit. The T'hy foregofni are a few Cpaaer'a Important qneatlons no fib return to tofthomeTtOwa ithe public. There are, of nr vocational Ufitoiag. or a bond "n upon length of the and the receipt by him since his tnra of many assurances of support from republican admirers in all parts of the state. Captain Conner's formal announce- VWUAWf other questions, such the reform or our court martial ajutam, the hu- manizing of the officer cjuite of the regular army, etc., which Are not nec- essarily political may be left for i i wr v meut, to he discusses national discussion. political tames, follows: j "My assurances of support are not "I desire to formally announce; confined lo the north, but come from my candidacy for the nonilnntlon for all over the state Tne sltnattoa United State senator on the very more so can ticket Prior to my return I anticipated, i trim the Deo- and since my discharge from tbe state may not Had I have received a gre'it many letters, j wholly unworthy Q( election ao the telegrams and personal solicitations, i pdsltfon to wliich I If ffibon- urging that I take this stetp. I have so.non walted until I was able to look the slt- tLition over and 1 am very much grat- ified to find what appears to ba a gen- Vine aad general demand for my can- didacy, t do not.want to be under- ftood as saying that t am forced talio tbe race, because I willing candidate. aw Tiiyii ored I promise them-the beat service of which I'am capable." ITttt BE CANDIDATE "1 ta republic; many aafeJL one ubijehejf: bunaaity wy to toy couaty to mart tta of othw c ar, DB- r- "A DEMOCRACY IN A all PBftFttCr UPON THOSE KBEDOM.XQ HUMANITY_____ THEIR LJVBg AND BBLUBVE IT 18 eOHSTITU- haa to bay. of price wUch Tne da? lTp. of at any MAKE A1TIICATIOK FOE TBBAT1HH WITHOPT Bfit AI Under an Act of Coagress Uarebj Secretary of the Treasury j empowered to provide boepital and for discharged; ick and disabled soldiers, sailors and marines; aad U. a Public Heattb Service will famish relief to any onoraWy discharged veteran, male or emale, who was discharged on or mp; man of the s for our tfato I asked no attempt win ao of factora that STATf woof and .and1 loyalty as amplified from the of Goodtng are woven toto nowever, to niake a decision without nnd a resident .letting tny personal inclinations Twto area, has decided JMSfcA _ A. 1 _ _ i. _ warp nfy judgement as to the run for State Superintendent of Public Instruction on the Republican ticket. situation. "While I hope the fact that I aA from northern Idaho is not. the sole J! KW ll of JttMlflcatipn for my candidacy. I would JKf to inggeat that northern Idaho i S state -Normal Univenlty baa'aot teen in the uppHir' re ln and of Senator Heybura. The wudoiu of a proper geographical dlstrlbotton of candidates Is obvious. Treaty With oftbtr iwereettafr verslty of Chicago, she had extensivg work to j ministration. she re- the "It Is somewhat early to discuss Is- Profesxor Logue has successfully but are certain queHionH fllled poeidoas as a teacher in a cooa- which I befieve it proper to'try Mcbool. a vrlacipai of a "Bapablicaas everywhere have and air a collage urofeaaer atstoatly aad successfully opposed theisHie holds eaVrte of Jp> present admibistratkm daetedl or laatrueted to oartWthllgBt for of pot- of Normal _..'.._ _'__.. --J 7 ,a ooniMtttee cf William Tyler Poice, of land, descendant of Prestdeai Brawoa, of ladependeaee, "SSea Uw creed r injury Incurred previous ;to dla- iarge from the service and -in line Due to the fact that the treatment provided for in the above Act will not be furnished unless applied for with- to. one year from date of discharge. uwuei The American Legion urges men who apeech, in Ui a, atenate, Jan. lit the above class to Ble appllca- Lincoln's Ad- tor treatment withoat delay Even Itthe present condition of the maa not hamper bis earning power, the application filed no> will entitle him to treatment In the future, should his disability return, and his of th4 CoMrttBtion of the Jefferson in Declaration of Madiaojr'in 'The IF. Ptoribus great seal of IUIB f.. B.. snlcie 4 of the urast be filled owt may be obtained at any local poet of American Leglaa to Idaho. If (tie date on the above form the applicant is entitled to treatmcat. mmedical odiciM- of the Public Healtb dtretts bun to report to the at We to CoBstitatlon. '9. TJ, 18. Mnate, -._., treaty. I can- aay am very enthusiastic tat lappte, even with the Uoos, aartlnie may deitumd that we withdraw from it, but Kurope, being UK 0Q4rA A dRXtOUC uOtfa aomocially aad socially. I think we faaMtr LOCUM th us 9 rawv JMUPWV them sncceasftilly. "On Jaaaary L the wojl' codatry were anwwnt of woe! was pooada aad tliw In February approxlaately pounda, at the btctasttog of shearing taieat OMM of wool oa baad; i ShouM toe liliiPIUs tfcat have vailed Jafwuy l throngbottt tbs of raw wool aw should be between "The reserve stock nmr but it is not 10 be'eoswatt or one that will 1'he United 'liTTiTss (ifurtaaVi tea than VatsT to rue her aad' inaarta at; anwdd be to all to ouet be at t PWWKt sTMaWV "In 1911 to the Catted 6M i'' Tt'ltKEWAlf ALFALFA Boise, totormatloa tbat cargo of Turkestan alfalfa seed wu MKiany. i imum. to 100 carloads baa reached aaottld do everything we can, consist-! northwest from Siberia Deputy our Constitution and Amert- State geed Inspector, c. B. AUaon baa ideals, to rwrtore the stability )SKUod tbe world. There is a technical tm -----Motor cor Mow to be held at Pocatello April fctft- MM. tfc coma fixtures on the br the support of auto owners who n- ceive more practical benefit from ati than in from itootw tbe and latest the" newest many Of which are -----------------Jc field. (me Idaho inventor, oerald of Botoe, will likely be He'. i f" turning comsre. lizhted safely notify the world which our imixweM. v'lriuty 'aiid" In ariaSs. the senate. The prwont democratic deed because of Si administration cuunot sscape the full Oua responsibility for latlure to more readily after j or common. It is therefore aa _______.- PaMk'e laterest ta Strtkw. irabie variety for the irrigated oec- 'Tbe right of labor to organize and 1Jo eatertatomeat wilt to It is now being offered for sale to stvate, with flights >M lio. The farmers -before Oooding and Pocatelio and no? IKS of alfalfa should demand river towns, denied or except In asauraace that tbe aeed wbicb is w.Jttl "Pecial pi IB? wftere the is American grown. TlK color itof> etc, Turkestan la brown, aad aa .A kopod t i _ _ _ T M the Dew born, less two and after, number one WM And here again Henry a new high record in of farm via the BMMT talaed from tbe adjataat of Bay loeal poet of the American Legion, or tbe Chief Medical Advisor, Bureau of War Bisk Iniwrance. Washington. D. Poblic flwhti sboaid the Qaaatlty production Although the Ford interests are recent eatrants in the ranks of vHw. Tfte foliawtac General of the Public Healtb HoapJtol Division, ion, D, C. device car Is tonu and maaufaciurera, yet Ford really built a the before, he started work OB first gas car. And to in Industrial in to better their condition, Is a acturai right which should not be rvassji that tractor and die first car, still la good ruaatog condition, and Mr. rord occaaaionally dentoaati-aUis both to visitors at his farm in Dearborn. flfteea years ago Mr. Ford to work on what TWs ifltereet Is nseessarily own, the fireman spriakllng of brown aa4 tho soldier directly by ito 'Wrtfr colored Amerlcsa m' the pabHe, is an eatlrefy different poakioa froth that of any other em- i.risiog W- tweea thia class of nnd their buplic, should to an impartt-il and __ of utilltiM, the CMIIaaed Md untourruptcd opera-: tlob of wakMs neceseary for pablie wetfrre. bealtii oDd stfety, the: rlgat to strike flbould only permit- i after a fttlT beartag before some 'n tnanaat apoa which the public to rep-'j" reeenUd. Tne pofai.lc to vitally later-1 eeted la reasots for anJ to quick to estoad Hs sympathy aad! aay juet and reaaoaablo.! ii a blead. 9ucb a .1. market grown beat ill-c. _ 'fA If to It Wbito ___ grapM-bere auto aad tbe the seed would be I. Fortunately com-] alfalfa seed can be' of. It almost contains. seed of this t found in commerelaJ alfa- color, It can dtmandeof_____ to thoss ctaiaes of employ awat la wbkb the public bis only aa SMHrect Intereet. rtorht to strike Justly restricted. Bay sbouM rfgtit to bar. collectively and I caa aw to deaytojt them the right to employ as tbeir epokmrnAn, ihal per- wbe la their Judgement to best to properly rvpreseat them ead tkelr Freedom of artloo 1 left to botb aad d U may to an meat to rtT'c.te .viiy. PIIBATOBT COMXIMUOX Periodically tbe Federal Trade Com- isaloBT starta oat to rip la- lu.u-y up the back. This has to be IB order to try wad Justify tbe extoteace of commission wbleb to probeWy moat aeetoas maiatataed wltb tbe froB1 Md >cli5t4 of eoine to traitor 4M It LVXVM Noapartlsaa LeuiEue government of Nortli Dakou bos rutber costly expermeat to the people of that state. in other pro- bably will loos; very carefully before leap toto tbe same kind of a The follbwtag; from Gentleman" gives a pretty fair idea of the situation: "ft cost the farmers of North Dobota 116 per bead to Joto Noapaittoaa A. Towaiey. grand aoeham of tbe promised them brlgbt- and the etraagulatlon of Bto' and taxation wltb 140 per cent farmer leproseotatioa.. Now has delivered both rcpre- tsuatton, witb em- year tbe yet the wool________ irs arestffl apart we wool stai Nraaa. NEWSPAPER!
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