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   Soda Springs Chieftain, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1920, Soda Springs, Idaho                               t r T. A. WALTERS DELIVERS ADDRESS Ted. A. Walters. Democratic candl- as well For date tor Qovwaor on democratic: a '-Smelling Committee" to Investigate ticket, to Ml address at the grnrtr 'thn doing of thf prrrerdlnt Auditorium Tuesday night, Initioa W.000.00. Making a total of Part: I am not for the purpose of abusing or amusing, but for pur- According to tetter put out by ie present Governor they approprlat- ia the interest stamp ---------I rw--m-------WVUHUVII. Ittlt tSlfS U' pose of discussing to course to the interest of Agriculture in by7t was collectedI inTa surplus of honeat debate some of the istucs, of our administration 1484.000.- lover turpius w and National, on which the voters willjW. Grand total i Mr. made a plea tar be called to at coming This is where some of your 326 per-i the league of Nations with such Uon. 1 am not an advocate of cent Increase in taxes has gone to. wim our goverment. hope. "n perpetual, nomination at toatrtto deetom to direct primary, down. We favor a with CaSaet with it State CoMtabotirr, Jfct torn of the tapfrtiaaa Judicial clajnatlon of arid, swi over land by U. with th gijeat Kord that nor reswtly when he business absorb It years belilni Mil lighted the territory east of the Mgtlapippi jand the constitutional that set off the first of IbaHf essential to the proapertty ofthe, will appear on the balltt to hUwt at the Ford! Without the markets of calls for the craatioa of two j, _ Plant Detroit. will forced to our- jndgshlps. a aa tey HenryII to.bls operatiwiB; and many of the 125.- The amendment ft. Sff'tP" bely? nlia touch the are. Mra. men new employed in the industry from politics. Alt Mr. and Mrs. JBdsel B. I would have to seek other work. Jetting It. Every citlaem in Idaho a number of friends were! "In 1S19- wore, than 32 jter of i needs its passage, but soase auy Mi the cetemony which marked WeBt Coast lumber tonnage moving realize how important the addfttoaal _ of another link of the Ford bv marketed In region Justices to Uw ready disposition of TidnstrJb. east of the Ifisatoiippi river, and paid uue appeals brought before our Sit The litest furnace and rolling mills railroads .of- that territory te occupies clone to 200: acres in freight. Idaho's Supreme Court to already men are "at1 "Unless the eastern competitive re- by the courts of Other that the only reason in plant, but thousands more 'atlcnshlps which were disrupted by for guidance in matters of the The present State Government, both and perhaps the nomination of a because it was submitted branches of the legislature and the candidate of the p. S. Senate, both of cratlc President to a exocative, to to hands of the in my opinion, could not have Senate. to position, so whatever was done or not! been nominated In a direct primary: He asked for af th> done they for. It the held by the Republican party. and itrong Republican party a whole is not i The present State Government has election of the Kationai ticket, responsible then a certain few are who lexpened. in round numbers. 12.000.000. Congressman Senator Silt S_ In J 9 4..BSJ44 11 be needed when Ibe conxtruction the Percentage advance, discrimlnat- the huge undertaking is completed. jlnS against the long haul in favor of furnaces are under way; itlle haul, are restored, the roada in the Highway department. You have received practically nothing for this great expenditure. It has been consent of the people changed tlte 'spent In overhead expenses. The State form of government under which we: has been set to surveyors stakes and have operated since our state became, these I have found make a very poor oae of the sister States of the Union, 'road over which to run an automobile. to eaatroU in their interest. Sjstosj. present administration, without It inaugurated what is termed the Cabinet of Government. This _ _____ system does Aot reduce the number of rate of from to in the State Government as month. The warrants arc aelliug FOR THE BETTER C1F9E along one aide of the piantY'''" western lumber ovens CL! by-products; plants al- prostrated. Industry will drainage and mining taw because we are largely trail blawrs lat the law, governing these vory Important ly are producing. nev field or activity bids fair grow to as great an Ford Automobile Institution as and Tractor "11 in to avoid such a calamity to the western lumbering states that the lum- bermen are seeking: now to have the It was never theory of' farmers of our constitution that aatlces of our'supreme court should be They sit upon that court largely for the honor and of Kolng down into as men the the a. lates injinediately re-ad justed in order! who have Riven the _proper iries; and will augment the pro- tnat western and southern lumber; tation to mir growjnitly cosapiex legal 'on of those plants in no small Industrieu may be on an equal footing (problems. i in all markets north of the Ohio river! They are paid for this grtui and cflBt of ths Mississippi." i responsibility, but. they dp not com- ----___------------ 'plain. As a matter of fact, the present and the threatened. State credit is warrants Three to discount They the Constitution provides foi them, Mow and no legislature or Governor can seriously do away with' them however much The either may desire to do so. The Cubteet System aa installed by'say that not know when they, present Administration created-will luild, but not. before departments, each under the dlr- July 1st, 1921. control of the Oovcrnuent. He: in fare of the enormous tax levied ean put them in offlce or them cnt by the Administration many at his pleasure, hence not only the of the department of State of departments, but every mem are not without funds to carry aanistant and stenographer is under on government, that is to say they are direct control of the Governor, broke. This places under his control und The Htate Board of Examines, the direc-'-km many hundred and board iti-it practically runs the state. UIUM creates the most powerful noli- pages 220 and disallowed claims tlcui machine for his benefit known in sum ot and refered to our form of government. I r hern to the next session of the question of a change of govern i lature for appropriation. Why? Be- nteut was submitted to the State Is without voters of It was never'pages 215 aad 241 Secretary of placed In aay poltleal platform ol State and the State Lead Contmlasi either political party, neither was it given authority to incur llabfli- to aad TT-irtija It there-: In excess of amounts appro- is aot the of They too are broke. If aot of the tedlvldaai who created: why lacor UaMlitM beyoad It. it a palMleal tlois' After that tUey have taken on the disgust that many accompany t Idaho hflv..1 away from trouble vi.r   Uaily to cool the base of itlvc in Idaho in developing -viil hardly be aoficeatote on tsi tor j Bureau along the plan of Illinois Wila. second furnaee betogised Michigan farm Buraatu. Utigants entitled to fair aad fibgham County MBH wttboot-deter." tea a to with atatcipcrtlM to aad charts lOc per have'traveled Aad they travel a td support imany snlln. At page 241 rale tte w as to porsaft 2 each of the second furnace being 1 aed and U was oanonnced that too. Iroi within W dan. of an _ Pord cars'is estimated to approxi- ._i-_ JIAM good sceuritr which a salary thai four of oaleers the thai Mtter the Secretary, Auditor, TMMIc iMtraoloft preseat Oovwroor of fhc to campaign lour If elected to give as This a svppoFt of the The cry to a modified for still It now comes aot a promise one btft as a supplfcctioii from the burdened city almost a vision, and mately tons every 24 hoars, lers in the cooperative marketing of the borne, the aad i Tite which marked the [livestock and wool and the advanced, up of the bage smelter will extend Hs a  CaMaet Apprectetico of these tioveraors, ItApoblicaa Governors Senator Borah triad to br why that expert tie would ciimate adapted] to the such, a back-load of sugar turajof W has aever rneni of todtutry. The war but hie OMAlal perConnaMe cleany ttud Mow to the free trade him ia tfte boat wit'i'iflwrj' so as sugar Is conccrueA! coll, gee If you cab solve ;Oreat UrHeJn, for years the rrl jtfce riddle; nobody seeow to pretntomt of thw] to. poJkr, abaodouedlt leader eXptrL order- for s favoring 1 enoufn at Unit of sugar prodocttoa wiUttD' to their coaatntetlon mors Kaiplre. i ths athe Uoversjowntn cooJd pro- lUgkt la west have s to a ttaM. to develop sugar in-: Still aaottMr expert   ordered six dustry to enoraioM thus' hallen, bass aad tour covers. up our farm aad crnttut a place for tiMwe cavaJrjr bones, wUeb goiuad to band with! aaothor ov purchased Cbttr carry toe aagar todMtry Will take! for of them, advantaff of the opportunity which Sot "dollar a year" loan kftocktog at Macest of aB purchased iwo Inrandlag LIMSfcft To cap the rtjwax, aaotber ordtred that be breaeed oo hoofa, Mgar4leM of the? on saarlM wovld grow OKI la a tftr ifr of flw J; toward tranceontinefital tf on Verily. Thotupsoo of fnnl <-olt had 4 BICUHOS tedsAtr, that tin hit- reaulaitt Coos 10 wfll oaljr be given toy tomher- UMHWAV from tbe widest tht of to' rwoJltot aot reduce wagot but to ctfci- oftd oupuf The sawmill workers ptedaed (b aad to tovM an work Car htwn w w- the jcoddctios of 'The M frontjitpsj ail fM jBttey, tt fssaarcllr form proditc MofMd, VOSJM do (MM iMt tojtota atttott hMdwr MMteWM tost ARE CLOSING OUT OUR ENTIRE LJKfi OF Dry Goods and Hardware, cooiistiag ol Htn'fr Wooien Children'e Shoes, Bbota, Rnbbatt and Overfhoes, Underwear, Shirts, docks, Mackinaw Pante, Men's Hats and Caps, Bed QuUte, Stiovels. Piu-hforkji, Axes, 8awif Nails, Wire LockH and Hinges, Kettles, Rifle and Shotgun Shells, and many other things you need every day. COHJC and be to the bargains you Remember we aJgo 
                            

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