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About The gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1912-1925 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 26, 1912)
U'REN CRIES OUT
TO FELS FOR CASH
BOOKS BY SHIELDS SENT BACK
Single Taxers Make Claim for Funds
to keep Army of Paid Workers
Going Farmers and Busi
nessmen in Fight
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Indications have been furnished In
Portland of the tremendous sum of
'money that is to be expended to
; force down the throat of the state
j the Single Tax doctrines of Henry
Because there seems to be a tem
porary financial stringency, W. S.
U'Ren is Bending back an earnest
call to Joseph Fels and the other
millionaire subscribers to the Single
Tax Fels Fund. He Is using a club,
U'Ren Asks for Book.
Mr. U;Ren's club Is proof of the
work being done by the Oregon
hqual Taxation League, the organiza
tion of farmers and business men
that Is combatting Single Tax.
U'Ren called up Charles H. Shields,
secretary of the league, and asked
for 50 copies of "Single Tax Exposed"
the work that is being distributed by
"Why," said Mr. Shields, "I know
what you want them for. You Intend
to send them back to the subscribers
of your fund and get more money,
"Er Er " Says U'Ren.
"Erer er " began Mr. U'Ren,
but he ended by admitting the truth.
"Sure you can have " the books,"
said Shields, "and I trust that they
prevent you from getting a single
other subscription by converting all
the men whom you intend to reach.
"You know and I know, that Single
Tax is just a trick and a snare."
But Mr. U'Ren did not answer.
Licensed Enb.lm.r Assist.nt
J. L. YEAGER
Heppner - - Oregon
Leading Economist to
Charles H. Shields, who as sec
retary of the Oregon Equal Taxa
tion League, Is In charge of the
campaign ot education against Sin
gle Tax and the Graduated Tax is
one of the best known economists
Mr. Shields was president of
the anti-Single Tax organization
. rrft.j a, -n rti i ; r " "' 'UMMaMM
CHARLES H. SHIELDS
in Washington, and met with mark
ed success in the campaign In that
state, Single Tax being over
Mr. Shields believes that for its
own sake, Oregon will reject Sin
gle Tax. "Vote Nos. 304, 306 and
308 and you kill it in Oregon." he
Mr. Shields is author of "Single
Unntiil Nov, 1
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T. F. BOYIXN, Pendleton, Or.
Oh, ours would be a beautiful state,
If the Single Sh h! I mean.
If the Graduated Land Tax Scheme
Got into our social machine;
For then we would get a chance to
How fast the neighboring states
It will be simple, for then they will
Keep growing .while we are stand
Oien the graduated land tax scheme
Gets working, then we'll spy
Capital flocking to neighbor states
And passing our own state by;
And thus, at the very trifling cost
Of several billions of dollars lost,
We'll have a chance to perceive, I
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