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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
dttor mbQ FabUahw
dally except Sunday, at
, Publishing Company of
Mi. lit 119 Eighth itreet.
at the 'pontof flee at KUra-
i. 1.1 re., ior iransmiwion
the malls ai sccond-claaa
OP THE ASSOCIATED
fha Associated Presa I exelaalve-
'entitled to the uie tor cubllea-
on of nil nowa dispatches credited
.to It, .or not otherwise credited In
thlii paper, and alio the local newi
THt'lLSOAY, OCTOIIKIt 13, 1022.
( PIERCE AND TAXES ?
cr, he toted against the measure
Hum causing approximately $500.
000 extra and unnecessary expense
from purchasers of gasoline In Ore
Bon during that year. Wlille this
was not a tax measure, the rote wan
n wasteful and unnecessary tax uport
motor owners, and In this regard
was typical nf the Pierce typo of leg
(station. Ho was ore nf the most virulent
champions of legislation to Involve
the state In litigation against paving
j.otcnts which had been uniformly
sustained by the highest federal
courts. Thus by his agitation and'
vote ho helped fasten upon tho state
highway fund of Oregon an expense
for litigation and royalty awards
which probably will run far In ex
cess of 1250.000.
j The trouble with Mr. Plerco a a
I legislator was that his Ideas were
' Impractical. He Introduced more
I hills than any other senator In every
legislature of which he was a mem
ber. Some had merit and were en-
acted Into law, hut most of his mca
surps were of that Impractical type
which If pased would have occasion
FOR Waller Pierce to pose be
fore farmer audiences as a
sincere champion of tax reduction
presents so comic a spectacle Jhat j wasteful rxpenses
Ma hearers would hoot him from lUK0 sums.
Ihn falsi t-trttM rla 1 lltntt fa t 1 1 1 n '
nil' Still rtlUUIIM " VIU tUl AU1III4I1
with his tax record as state sena
tor. Mr. Pierre voted for all the measure-,
that contributed most to In
creasing state taxes' and Introduced
more of thdit same measures than
any other member of the legislature.
He also Introduced many bills!
In spite ef his steady and heavy
contributions towards Increasing
taxes he constantly orated about the
hardship of the overburdened tax
payer. His spcche were so fre
quent and eloquently tearful that In
spite of his record he gradually won
the reputation of being the taxpay
ers' friend. Had. the devil one-half
his skill. In pathetic oratory he would
which failed to pass, but If they i convlnco the Christian world that he
had been cnacttd, taxes w-ould be i was tho champion ot religion. I'nln
far higher than they are today. , tentlonally, but because of his wild
'Many salary Increases given by j and freakish ideas, he has proren to
the legislature to state and county b one of tho principal causes ot In
officers were voted for by Mr. j creasing the tax burden upon farm
Pierce, although fce was absent cr. and other owners of property,
when manr wjch meosutaa cams! Tho Voter has twlc published
to a vott and thus avoided going
on record In numerous specific In
stances. He voted for nearly every ap
propriation bill passed during all
tho time that be was In the legis
lature .thus by his vote helping
Pierce's legislative record. It will
remind Its readers again, going Into
more detail especially on matters
which relate to taxation. If the
farmers of Oregon really knew one
half of Mr. Pierce's legislative record
on taaes his ardent claim.-, to be the
sanction practically every ntcM-j'"""1"' u,Wr OU,u '"""
' I 1.1... . U..Ht.fM. ainab amnhir lhani
nary ami unnoccswrr Mate eirwn. ,mu tt 4,UK "" - "
tltture. Hit ntcatlrn rotes on ap
..l.tlnH Lilt. -ft-MV. fA .M.l -r
it tijn taiivii ifiu.- v u av " nuu 4i"
Itrtwctn; he n absent .on roll,
and thus avoided
He bitterly opposed legislation
rails for a few
going on record
To get your name In Who's Who
the result of which has been to re
Icre taxpayers from stupendous
mrdens which they would have , TCU haVo t0 know. what' v. hat
ad to carry if he bad baa Ms way.
The moat Conspicuous Initanco 'ot
this has bc:n his steady and de
termined oppcltlon to paving ror
Htatc highways out of bond Issue
flnanrcl entirely from proceeds of
nutnmohllo licenses and gasol!ii
taxes. His alternative was n direct
tax and he Introduced measure af
ter measure for direct taxes to fi
nance the state highway system.
He finally succeeded In carrying
onq ot his direct road tax bills,
tho markfct road bill, which not only
Imposed compulsory stato tax of
one mill on each county regardless
of its desire to build market road;
by direct taxation, but In effett
forces each county to tax Itself
another mill as tho only means ot
sharing any part of ithe proceed
from tho levy of tho first mill. ThU
lr.o-inlll tax waif entirely unneces
sary as provision could have been
made for financing the market roads
from a part of the proceeds ot the
gasoline tax and automobile license
Ild was the author of numorous
bills to establish different varieties
of costly regulation. It enacted those
bills would have created unneces
sary hoards and commissions tognth
or with a steadily Increasing cxpenne
Ho voted against tho two prlnclp
ul consolidation hills, for merging
commissions, that were evolved by
thu 1'JII legislature, mid by his vote,
contributed towjrdn their defeat,
Altlioiinh his vote could have car
ried tho jncasuru repealing obsolete.
Miss Helen Paxon, employe of
the postotflce, I away en n 15 day
O. J. Hauge Is back In town af
ter a week's nhence spent In the
woods near Atturas.
Kred ft. Shelly arrived here from
Lima, Ohio, on last nlsht'a train
and L registered at the White Pell
Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Patrick left
this morning for Davis. California.
whern they ptau on making their
future home. i
H. It. Kyde l a business visitor
here this week from Pan Fran
cisco, "lie Is registered at the
White Pelican hotel.
Monday afternoon Postmaster Mc-'
Call was host on an automobile trip
to Merrill and Olene with Congress
man Slnnott as his guest.
The Itev. and Mrs. H. P. Lawr
ence of Medtord left this morning
on their return over tho mountains
after having been In attendanc
at the Southern Oregon Preabyterv
bV vAXWEwr ASK
We Must Have Room!
To display the Inrfjcst nntl most complete line of toyn ntttl other holulny
mcrchmulisc ever shown in Klnninth Fnlls. This merchundise is nrrivinn thu y.
In order to get the necessary space we are goinjj to offer our patrons and the
people of Klamath Falls the largest number of harfjains ever offered at any one
time by any store. This sale starts Saturday, October 14th., continuin until ami
inclutliuu Saturday, October 21st. Do not miss this sale as there are sure to be
some items you will need. Come in and loolt over these bargains. You need
the merr'nndise, .ve have the price. Partial list follews:
Aftor IN' :, of In- ;,, ,e ,m,l
the wilr .i' .tin Uoii n( hi. r :, i
estute, Tluma W. I. iin p-r
tacular flnancl'-r and wri - il
Wall Stn'ot I'xiiiws, dUa ; up I !
He ha liKnrtnrd a i-vt r In tun",
thai lie i-t '.no !
eluding Tea Kettles,
Dish Pans, Percola
tors, etc. Your choice
20' , tliscounts on all
ladies and children's
Hats. Get your fall
Hat at this sale.
20' . ditcount on all
Box Stationery. We
carry the belter uniti
es of box papor. Sup
ply vour needs now.
i Currin Says
The late bird catches the alwp.
Train of thought are usually de
layed by excess baggage.
Every plugged nlckvl Is familiar
with collection plates.
All that glitters Is not coal.
You can look up to these girl In
The most expensive plpo to smoke ;
is the stove pipe. ;
"Dully" men arc plentiful. '
The electric tan has stopped, but
the football fan blows harder.
In foreign politics king Is soldom '
The greatest question of the age
is "How old Is she?"
All red tape In Washington plated
end to end reaches nowhere.
Time killed stays dead.
Having to, swallow Insults Is hard
on a innn's digestion.
WJint you see through glasses de
pends on what was In the glasses.
Savr your rlgaret ashes to put on
the sidewalk this winter.
Many a man goes Into college by a
Edward Du Fault, who has been
here for the past week from
southern California visiting, w th
old friends and business associates
left this morning on his return
Merwln Donelson, parcels pot
delivery man. Is another governmvnt
employe who Is enjoying a vacation
this woek. He expects to spend
part of his vacation hunting deer
In the Topsy region.
Sheriff Lloyd Low left this' moro
Ing for Portland where lie win ap
pear as a witness In federal court ,
Dr. A. A. Soule. also supconed as a ,
witness by the federal court, left
for Tortland this morning.
.Mlsa Vera Thompson, who un
derwent an operation on her ton- ,
slles early In tho week, Is report-,
eJ much hotter today and 'It I ex- i
pected she will be hack at her work '
In an attempt to awaken Interest .
among Klamath Falls women In
the matter of state, measures and j
amendments which are to appear
on tho ballot November 7, the
Woman's Library club will hold j
an open meeting rriuay atiernoon
At this time T. A. Stephenson, sec
retary of the chamber of commerce. I
will speak on the measures, explain- J
Ing their meaning and giving argu
ments both for and against each !
Hop mm.. ,M.. W
' tur, tl , v. i ,l.i )y
S 1 2
i m I
' .-c- if
llhere are I
who just happen so
by RUCS3, nr.d some who arc
so because of mental effort
nnd nood judgment. To
the latter class belong thu
women who chocwe wisely,
nnd for a reason. You'll
find thb class using Crescent
Baking Powder because it
is a scientific product made
to stand every kitchen test.
And it's economical. Wom
en of the West have proven
this by many years' test.
At all Rroccr3
Crescent Manufacturing C-mpany
ItHxmi-, HI. (Id Willie
P.nxitUN, 81. ".1 'iiliti
tin)) ( mini Tlue Toilet l'nH'r
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Old .Mill lni Toilet l'nr, Mr 'Me Viil.
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10', DISCOUNT ON ALL TEA SETS
-Currins m-II all standard maki s
of safety razors. 12
"We Sell the Best for Less"
ODD FELLOWS BUILDING KLAMATI I FALLS. OREGON
DONT FAIL TO READ THE
HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS
"Orphans of the Storm, ' I). W
Orlfflth's new pliotoplay seiisatiou, is
morn than "a million dollar picture "
hut (irliflth does not consider that of
Importance. What hu dues regurd
as important is thu fact that tho iU
turc accurately depicts the period of
the French rcvolutlou, with its strik
ing nnd dramatic features brought
out In hold detail. This dramatic
epic Is based on Kate t'laxlon'a stage,
classic, "Tho. Tv;o Orphans, and Is
a t'nlted Artists Corporation release
which lias been hooked (or showing
next week at the Liberty theatre.
A fool and his honey are soon dl
Theru Is always rum nt the top,
Strange things happen. Miss Mill-
gasollPB test law, repealed a year lat, i ,(, Murrayt wllo won an Iowa bealltr
contest, can cook.
I'norly rilteil Klastes;
(Jlaaaea Hint you call Junt get
by with are llko
to your ejea. They luidermuin
your goiimal henith ll'niuuli
tlie wtTVOua ayateiM I him im.
pulrlajr your jfeuerai offlclen-
We fit Uo glaaaea to -oiTW't
the defocta of -b cjo aep
uratdr, then tfriutl tlm Iciimw
required, Uiua (dvlaff 1
miiI efficient aervlco M h hmmI
HtM: Ofc. IW-W, IV. !
No matter how hard it rains The
Strand Is crowded to standing room.
Last nlnht It simply poured hut'llm
crowd was here and thu ten cent
price Is what Is dolus thu good, work.
Of course the good shows back up
the popular price.
Tonight it Is "The Mask" which is
Irish Free Stato privates call of-1 one of those wild and woolly ones
fleers by their first name but this where ships sink and men fight utnl
Isn't what the fighting Is about. there are thrills from atart to finish.
Isn't it a wonder the Mus.aeUu-1 'l' " -,eu ,ceuu "Verybody
.- . anil vnii rati tn itniiiiup lli'iti t'rili i-'in
Ls.etta boy dressed as a girl didn't ' -'--- .-... ...- w
tatch pneumonia and die? . "".. .m. vauuo .. motius
liAr.'a iilie-iuu n jtnl .itaii.i1 nt Ili '
i'jiu 0 uiu;a u nuuu .m;j ut ij-j
Join thu crowd but hu on time It
you want a (teat.
Limidou Ceustrui'tlon work utarts
on new hotul project.
L'lirrlus sell genuine KAHTMAN
i I.I ii ii county' total assessed valua
tion ot taxable property reduced
f irj,370 during last year.
CorVallls Now $100.00 White-
I aldo theator to open Oct. IS.
Knox Hatsnew blyles in Velours
and Beavers K. K. K. Store. 12-14
Vou usually gut Intelligent Kervleo
In drug wtpri.'H. Try thu drug tiloro
first. Currin riaya So. i'J
Portland Morrison Htreet brldgu
to hu repaired at cost of ubuut Hl)r
Currlna sell toapa for every purhu
and purpose. 1-
r7ew sawmill at Notl Hlarts up thlf!
An emlleiis assortment Hi wool
shirts at K. K. K. Store 12-U
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Fall Styles are here vi jlffltfff m
I Velours and Beavers in V' Jhm I
I all the new colors. i " I
1 1 Let your Fall Hat be 'a T I
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