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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Why We Are
Wilson S. Wiley
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TO THE VOTERS OF OREGON!
Thn taipnyer of Portland and Multnumiili County nrn not only willing hut
anxloti to provide thn I'ort of Portland with needed fund for dredging our river
channel to Ihn urn, Thn committee that' formulated what In krjowa m thn Port of
Fortland and Dock CommlMilon Consolidation Mil under the number 310 and 311
on Iho ballot Imitated, however, upon weighting down the meaaure with an enor
wouiljr exponlvo reul etuto nchcmn, and by a formal votn turned down thn re
tiunit of taxpayer that thn Hwan lalaud acheme and thn Itlvor Channel aehome be
roeenled a nepiirato ini'iuiim. Itofuilng to be forcrd to awallow eometblng they
rannot approve, Multnomah County I expected to voto adversely to thn whole
achemn by an overwhelming majority. Having donn thin, they will then be ready
to voto for any needed amount for Improving our river channel, A commlttno of
the City Cluh Iiuh NUbmltfed a detailed nnalyala of thn moaura allowing that It
moan un ultimate expenditure, or at lunal $40,000,000.
Our Chnmlinr of (lommnrco nnd other civic bodle with nil of our river pilot
und Mtcnmlibiit owner uml olheia Imvn protected ugnlimt It. At leant twitlvu formr
nnd nreent member of thn I'ort of I'ortland and thn Dock Commlimlon have tin
rlnrod UKnlimt It, A nuijorlty, If not nil, of our City CommUilonnra oppoxi It. Tba
Committee of Fifteen Hint, drafted thnt muaiuro Ik divided,
The Taxpayers of Portland Appeal to You
In u iiplrlt of fair play to avp till county from Imponllloii upon u of uch an over
whelming nnd parnlyxlng debt on till mnanure contemplate. It would bn deemed
offonvlvii If we gave expreaalon to what we believe to bn thn noltiah and ambltloai
political motive that have Itaplred the nmnurc which U auliiullted with a dl
tluctltely decvptlvn title.
Wo "Imply appeal for fair piny and a decent roimlderallon of the hopelun
plight In which M community will find Knelt If Ihn meaaurn carrlea, Aa cllltoaa
of autlylng countle who will not hnvo to pay a dollar of thn debt Impovml, w
appeal to you lo connlder what would bn your feeling If Multnomah County ahoald
try lo Impoan a altnllar burden on you. Our lntereu In a genoral way aro mutual.
It I our alncern Judgment that the auccea of tbln measure will nrloaily rn
lard, Inatead of promoting, thn dnvolopmnnt of thli port and thut thn date at large
will In return euffer neverely a a coimcijueuce, . "
Vote Meauure Number 311 X No.
Taxpayer Vigilance Committee
Robt. J. Linden, Secretary.1
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Mr and Mr. Chariot Oltey arc
pending a few day In town from
their lumber rami at Ol'lloquln.
Cecil flrUnx bin n turned from
a ahort vacation trip lo I'nrtlnnd und
other northern rltlei,
Xrad Hnyder and .tank Down left
Krlday for Kugerm, whrie tliay will
apend nome time.
K. J. Davldaon, who ha liven a
city viiitor tor the put lew day, r
lurned to Cblloquln tti!i Katurday.
Ml HUnctie Itvuter, a niece of
Mr. U. It. llanibart of 1 134 Orant
atrect, arrived In' Klimith Kail Hill
week front lioeheater Hnapltal at
Itocheitnr, Minn., and will locate
hern a a regUterod nui.
(1, It, llarnhan, 1134 Ornnl Rtreet,
lefi yritcrday lor I'orlluml on hul
new connected wtlu the roclamntlon
Dr. and Mr. J. It. Jtffenon of
Akron. Ohio, ara hero for a brief
visit with tbulr aon, K. Jt. Jefferon
ut hi borne In licit Hprlbgi addition.
They plan ,on leaving won for Call
Hob Stanfield la a' go getter. He
doe thing, lie will accompllih
thing at Washington.
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The next President asks you to vote for Bob Stanfield
"All who are' earnestly desirous that the Republican
party shall take control of national affairs, to the end
that we may restore the health of the Republic and in
sure the good of the country, will wish, as I wish, that
the voters of Oregon may find jt to their best judgment
to support Robert N. Stanfield for United States Sen
ator." Warren G. Harding.
The next Vice President wants Oregon to send a
Republican Senator '' " , , ,,, ,, Y.r
"The success of tnd rtepublican ticket in Oregon is
earnestly to be desired. More than that, my own de
sire to preside over a" Republican Senate leads me to
hope for and recommend the election of R.N. Stanfield
to represent your great state in that honorable body."
"Young Teddy" Makes the same request of you
"Heartily endorse candidacy of Robert N. Stanfield
for Senate. Apart from the fact that a Republican
majority in the' Senate is of vital importance just now,
he is the type' of man all the voters of Oregon should
be proud to have represent them." Theodore Roose
velt. Taft urges that you vote for Stanfield
"Election of Harding' iis assured, but he can do little
unless, he has a localRepublican majority in' the Senate
and House. I earnestly urge all who vote for Harding
to vote for Started." William H. Taft.
Hughes believes in Stanfield
"I cordially endorse the candidacy of Robert N. Stan
field for United States Senate. In addition to Mr.
Stahfiejlds qualifications for that office, it is of very
great inipbrtarice that' there should be a Republican
majority in the Senate to support a Republican Presi
dent and make possible an efficient and successful ad
ministration. I sincerely trust that the' people of Ore
gon will not fail to elect Mr. Stanfield." Charles E.
Don't waste your vote trying to send a Democrat
to Washington to support a Republican President,
VOTE THUEPVBUCAN fiCKEf STRklhtiT x
Republican State Central Committee
Thos. H. Tongue, Chairman.
BECAUSE J-'V. '
In our present stage of development a
trained mind is needed to solve the many.,
problems that are hampering community :
progress problems that until solved wiH
continue to hinder development in ever in- "''.
We know that Wilson 5. Wiley possess ;; .
the trained ability to deal with these prob
A man of vision,' tact and integrity is need-
ed to lay the foundatioas in the pre seat for -the
city that is destined to be.
We know that Wilson 5." Wiley measures
up to the standards of the foregoing para
graph that he is broad of mind, honest ef
purpose and efficient of action;
We knowfef our own knowledge and after
close investigation that Wilson S., Wiley is,
tied by no pledges, is the candidate' of ns .
class, the friend of no faction, the represen
tative of no .interest except the best . in-
terests of a united community. --
We sincerely believe that Wilson S. Wiley
is the logical man for a difficult position
and we say this with, no desire: to -belittle
the worth of his opponent. But in Ike
present crisis something more than .good
intentions are needed, even when backed, ,
by unimpeachable reputatien:
WHEREFORE. " . '";
After careful thought and thorough inves-
tigation, we believe it to be in the best, in-,.,
terestsN of the whole people of Klamath
Falls that Wilson 5. Wiley be elected May
or on. November 2, next, and we respect
fully urge that every qualified person vote
Wiley for Mayor
The Wiley lor Mayo
FRED E. FLEET, Chairman.
640 Morgan Building