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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
r. . MfUI. .MMar ae PrMWmt
m. n, nti, ..;........ .city mhw
V. C XlOXUi AAmttotec Manager
Pibtltk4 dallr ncept Sunday, at
Tai HanM PnbtUhlng Company of
KlaMatkTalte, at lit Eighth atreot.
Eaten at tka aostofflce at Klam
ath Palla, Ore., for trantmtitlon
throuia the mails at eocond-clasa
MBMBKft Or THE ASSOCIATED,
M . , PRESS
Ir entitled to the use for publica
tion ot.aH aewt dlspalchoa credited
to It, ftr not otherwise credited In '
tola paper, and alio tho local news i
Democratic Nominee is Alleged
to Have Evaded Law in
Copy for display advertising must
tie -In. this offlco not later than 3
p.m. on the day preceding publlcn
tton In order to bo Inserted In the
Issue of the paper of .the next day.
Want adt and reading notices will
be received up to 12 noon on th Introduction of fool I Mi bills
By C. E. Ingallt
Mr. Pierce has been weeping dop'out
tears over the situation of the farm
er for many years without offering any
remedy for condition that tend to
create the difficulty from which ho
suffers, but. on the other hand, he litis
had more to do with Increasing taxes
by his legislative votes and by tho
probably any other man In Oregon.
. Anion? the things that Mr. Pierce
' I ha prated about to farmer audiences
Is tho dlfllculiy that the farmer has
. had and still has In obtaining money
- cheaply enough and for sufficient
iciiRia oi iime 10 enaoie mm to eon
duct the ordinary transactions of his
business affairs. One of the funds
WHAT -will It cojt Oregon to j,ch nis i)een cr,aUd for lhp farm.
pass the so-called "compul- er of Oregon, from which they might
.ory achooP blUf The Salem Cap,-, ? , lul
tal Journal answers Its own qucs- w,, have bMrJ a RrMt (,M abm)t
Hon aa" follews: the sarredness of this fund both from
lar of Issue.
Herald Publishing Company.
TUK8IMY, OCTOnKK 124, IH22
COUNT THE COST
J saasneup "A,N "
I SMART HATS
I For Every Occasion . ' I
I Hats of Grace and Dignity I
It seem, loo .ir.inr to h t,- ,,, "",ow- niincvef. It.al all of tlf,r nix ,
Thomas Tweedy, on November :3rd- 'a:'r'K,"' . , ft 5nUrr.M- ,,w
tho same day that other mortgages ' "V!1"' p.nM !"' Senl-mbr r 1. 1915
There arc In Oregon 92 private
andl parochial schools with 12,031
pupils. Tho average cost of educ.1t
ing'a pupil In the public schools of
Oregon Is J89.19 annually, which
would make the cost of educating
these' 12.031 pupils now educated
at private expense, 51,073,045 per
year to the taxpayer.
The' additional costs for school
buildings to houtu these 12.031
pupils new -educated without cost to
taxpayers, hased on the present aver
ago cost per pupil of $300, would
be 13,609:100, which would also
have to be' met by Increased taxa
tion; aa nearly all school buildings
In tho ttate nro 'overcrowded.
So much tor tho cost In dollars
Mr Pierce and from some of his Demo
cratic allies. Mr. Pierce has been
very fond or this fund In the past
much fonder than even h!s earnest
speeches In behalf of cheaper money
for the farmer would Indicate. Let
us Illustrate Mr. Pierce's deep af
fection and abiding loie for this source
of chesp money.
The creators of the Irreducible
school fund wished to provide loans
for small farmers on the theory that
the larger fanners such as Mr.
Pierce Is (the atserscd value of his
property being 5253.000.00) are able
to lake rare of themselves. They
passed statutory enactment to the ef
fect that no one Individual could bor
row from this fund an amount greater
than 15.000; nor could he get his loan
for a longer period than ten years,
and be should be permitted to barrow
1 I. - .w- t.
Md-mu to the taxpayer, which i ;"-" "'"'J'-, ,
, vvuu.it. ,u kuv .r.u.vts Ifl VJtllUtl
la. the least rart of tho cr-jt to tho
The compulsory xclu-nl hill will
Injure Oregon (o on 'extent that can
not be ceatpiited In dollars nnd dents.
It will stamp Oregon as the freak L
stato ot incf anion, the most Intol
erant commonwealth, the only one
that denies the parent, tlio Inherent
right to supervise the education ot
the child that substitutes for tho
American system of Individualism
tho German kaiser's system of col
lective education nnd tho Soviet Idea
that Iho chill Is the property of tho
Tho compulsory school bin 1)111
will orrvo nr;lre to the world that
Catholics, Lutherans. Adventlsts,
K'?!8C(-pallans nnd other churches
that, maintain schools of their own
under state supervision, wbcro child
ren raja bo taught religion at well
as the three It's, are not wanted In
Oregon, and If they come, they must
give up Individual rights guaranteed
In tho constitution.
The compulsory schodl bill will
compel those, residents of Oregon
who deslrn'to provide education nt
their own expense, either to send
their children out of the statu f
more libera) commonwealths, or,
which Is mere probable, to r.icve out
Tho compulsory school bill, If
passed, will not only keep needed
population from Oregon, but will
drlvo present 'population out. It
will retard development nnd par
alyze prtgress and set hack the
Btnte for many years.
Oregon hau already suffered se
verely from tho refutation secured
County (flnok 26 of Deeds, page RIl),
Wnltcr M. Pierce sold to Charts M.
Pierce, his brother, one of his tracts of
land, for tho sum cf ItS.COO.Co. This
transaction occurred on November
8even days later. Charles M. Pierce
borrowed $5,000.00, the limit that he
could get from tho school fund, from
the State Laud.JJoard.
Seven days after the money was
borrowed on this farm, Charles Pierre
sold It back again to his Brother Wal
ter, for a consideration of I15.COO.00
the exact amount that he paid for It
and the. record states that Walter M.
Pierre attunes and agrees tu pay the
November 10, 1903 on the same
day on which Walter sold property to
his brother Charles ho also sold an
other farm to his sister, Mlnnlu
Plerco. Kor this farm ho received JIG..
were niadn to tho State l.nnd Hoard,
also borrows 15,090.00 of the sacred
Irreducible school fund, and. to mako
the coincidence still more remarkable. ,
on December i:th. ho rold tho plan) '
back to Wultrr M Plerco for SIU.OOO 00 l
the e.nct amount ho paid for It
the irffable Mr Pierce ngreelng to an-1
mime and to pay the 15,000.00 mort- '
Hut this does not account for all Mr.
Pierce's transactions on that buy day.
Evidently, they were having a "sell- i
yourfarm" dey on November ItUh. In I
Union County, for Waller on that day t
sens 10 one ueorgo w. Tate, a
business associate, another one of his
numerous Union County farms, receiv
ing fa IM.) nn.. ft? Drill All 1-V.I-
amount received for this place would I '."". ""'."X ".P ' lr",y ""
ndlrate lh.it Walter .lrnvn n hnl,r '" """ ,," " ies nr lliierc.11
ay 2T. I905. Alary
niorlsigod 1,120 iicrts of t
In other wnrtt. lii-ntKi. ilnvi. mi
liven unloaded thrlr mortgage on him.
Walter had $30,000 of the states Irre
ducible School I'und when he was.
entitled to only $5,000 for not mnrn
than ten years. Other farmers. In Mr
Pierre's section nf the country, nnd
other parts of Oregon, were making
applications for loam to the State
School fund, and were unable to se
cure money becansa of the fact that
the nvallabln money In tho fund was
till loaned out.
The records In Umatilla County '
show thai, during thli period, Kastnrn .
Oregon tanners, howavrr, were not
allowed to go without money entire!
for Walter, himself, wm nccommo-.
dating a great many of tliem. with
bargain with hi. business associate. 1?.," J . iSr E"t
than be did with his relatives.
inn, u .Noremoer ibin was "sen. i ,,. , ,,.,, ... .: . --
yourfarm day" In Union County. Nov. ooooo for g"
ember 23rd was also "mortgage-) our-' ,, v.. '.' , .,
farm-da" for the State Und Hoard. ; ,' ",C. "h" Sn'Vhr ??,'" "U""11
Kor the records show that C.eorge W. '" "lM a"r ran lucle-l his numer
T.te. on that day. borrowed 15 000 00 V" ''m? '" "S1 'V,1 U ,0
from the State Land Hoard th morl. ' " -"- -"u.i -"-.i in wonr).
gage note being acknonlrdgrd In statu-
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Baroness Would Be Typist
I Mrs. Edward Schneider, New
Brunswick. N. J., being cnnsolej
by her husband nfter her son. Hay.
inond. Is el:td by authorities as a
' material witness In Iho llaUUIlls
' murder re.
The coin crop hurls must when
the weather change. ,
on a farm mortgage, at tor In fret,
irr M,m i,rV u-.ii.." m t.i...' ' I h" r!? " "ny records cf this kind. I
himself, as Notary Public for Unlim ' ',"WlnK. WaUrrt r:'J''n.,1 fM",,c '
Countr ' I dcavor to ucrommoUto his neighbors i
alone" tocetlier. la In.llmtp,! I,v D.n ' mPimon.
fact that, Mr. Tate, on November 30th. ,rV '" h'!'0' V, " '
seven days after he maJo his real es- ""' 7,ho haV' ,h," ,enu;rU'1 "J "'
tate deal, sold hi. new lypurchased ''a.1 ''' ' '"J"" ' af '"V"'1 ',"""'
place bark to Walter M. Pierce, for ' ,ore, r " "l frlnJ, ot l'10 ta,
$17,20O.0O-the same amount he had , " ml ,"?' he, ' ,acr,c,)" P"-ten.llns
nal.1 for It. Mr. I'lrrr,. .ln Lln.llv ' ' "' a ttien,i ' "ri' 0 KH the
agreeing to assume and pay tho mort- S" ",lr; Ct ?hlt I
-a-e .to hli record In the Senate ns evidence
in'.M. f tk... i. ..... ..I. ,,wl h has been trie chlel tax bcoiter '
In spite nf there large transaction ,. o.-.- n.
In Ileal K.tnto hat occurred at that .'.u"",-,.,, J ' ti .. V '
mnn.J It, SHh J I u ,J . '" "3 nU mortgages show. I "ll Hint thot., wns n tlmi. In his
artinc ??.,mh. i ui.T ' tfl",nrt Uo,,bt- ,llnl w- ls rral . IUe when his dearest nml.l.loii was to I
bacnlm'Tr", S'tSiJK hev ! !-e.ood.fr.cd cf the farmer and , .,, . trn ut her an. e Bftp. J
raid for them. I uini mai larrocr ia waucr at. ncrco !,,:,. ,:! alleged rtgnro nil tli
I Kor heaven's .ikti go to church
Too many peoplp nro scared by
the shadow of a doubt.
A Chicago burglar w; seutunced
! fur rolibltiK a baby'n bank. IliMit
I this to your husb.iiul.
There Is tin ilecreuie In tho
nvldcntly Walter did not nrorose to
be outdone by those to whom he had J
sold his prepvrty for, on November '
23rd, the s.inie day thut the others bor-1
rowed money from tho Stats Land
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t! Union County,
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Baronsis That Lueandir. tier llnnlili estato swept away by thn
war, Is studyliiK stfiicKrnnliy at lloitan. Hl.r'li irv t. ,,.-n, i,.r ..
I tunes In tho liuslncra world lure.
County, shows thnt tho fu'uro non-
partisan candidate cf the Democratic '
Party for (lovcrnor, also borrowed J
J5.0CO.00 from tho Stato Und Unard.
and, having assumed tho mortgages nf rjs(.
uv uiii'it mi' lurnir wikcii on nan soiii
to his relatives and friend., Mr. Plerco ! ... ... .,.
... i lauis mi - iiL-iri iiuia niiiiiiuii
- .k ..- ..... .v.-. .... now ean x.in.nnnnn nf ihn mmn-a fin. --- -
Charles borrowed IVOOO.OO from 'tho cred Irreducible School I'und foriwa,KS'
Nino o'clock towns see the sun-
State Land Doard, Sister Mlnnlu nltu
borrowed 15,000.00 from tuu Statu
Doard the acknowledgment, of this
transaction being tal. en by Waller M.
Pierce, himself, as Notary Public In
For some reason or other. Minnie
a Pierce did not like the ft. m she had
bought from Walter, any more than
Brother Charles liked his farm, for
on December 12 (19 days after she
had given the mortgage), she hoM the
farm back to Walter for IIG.GOOOO,
the exact sum that she paid for It,
Walter M. Pierce again kindly assum
ing and agreeing to pay the mortgage,
which he was n.ivlnr Inloreitl n Ihn
Insignificant rate cf C'.. I (!ri'nl ',rllaln "'" hesitates about
There were other farmers, however. Jko'"K wild Turkey hunting.
In Knstern Oregon who were not so . . .. .. , ,
fortunate as to recun even ir.OOO.cn. ! ' vl''0 -'l'lom think a thing l
or smaller rums, from the State Land , ,0 ,ini1 ,0 bu true.
noard, or any, other board, at C71; I
but tno records of
(leorge, for the consldcrallon of 115,
through being an Incubator of freak n,"'," ;-" """viu. ..-or
. ... .... . . ' alio had to borrow iorne money on his
newly.puri listed farm nnj. on Nnvem
bills necessitating a nlncessant cam
palgn to prcve.it confiscation of
property nnd to preserve our form
of government. It Is this reputa
tion that has contributed materially
In retarding tho slate, and kept hor
lagglng behind ulster states.'
To'rVass the compulsory school
bill will convince the nation that
Oregon Is an unsafe placo cither to
Invest' or'to live, a slate wTsere there
Is constant meddling by cranks nnd
fnni.lk.ol' ..nt nnlv wllh ffnvrtnnant
d rfbUrir. bt .... w. mdivid-j Kr::;:!!!::,
uai iiDony anu irueoom pi con
Kclcnie thu i-no statu In tho union
that permits discrimination against
To' past Hie compulsory school
bill will effectually and Irruduomably
stamp Oregon as the -joi In thu
futnlly of Htatet.
that section show I " m"u "".' ' expcnsivo
that loans were being made extrnilve. .thing.
ly at that time, nt rales of Interest ..
carolng from 8 to 10 par rent. In If ,our l't,1"l'' wcro a 'd
fact, tho mortgage record. show that ' 'ou think they would bu worse than
John M. Llghtfoot anl wife, on the ' they arc.
9th day nf November of that same
year, borrowed from Walter M. Pierce. ( Misery doesn't lovo company thut
the sum of 1750.00, fcr a nrlod of five . stays for dinner.
Novombsr ifith. isnr imm. m hn ! cars, at 8'r Interest, glvlnc a mort-
been a try busy day for "Walter M."; 'aEB on ",lr f3n thirefnr. Hundreds A KoJ dancer In light on his feet
for, In addition to the fsrmu that he ' of oier mortgage records show that . and on his purtner'a feet,
sold to his brother Charles and his ! no money was belnj loaned In Walter's ; '
sister Minnie, be also sold, on the . ctlon of the country at that time for I 0o'1' ,,n'' him 'discovered In Call
same day, another farm to his brother ,MS than 8'r. I fomln again. Times nr bettur. It
The state low requires thnt money may bo found hero roon.
Iinrrcnei from the r.irrrrl Irrniluclblc I
sehr.nl fund mustnrt bn l.c'd for mor" Dlslnnru lends onchnntmeut in
tjan a nn-jreir irhid The r. on'.- I rctit-imylng day.
SANTFORD & COMPANY
42G Main St.
Klamath Falls. Oregon
Tommy had been pldylnR "truant
from school, and had' spent a long
beautiful day fishing. On 'his way
buck lie mot one of his younk cro
nies, who accosted hint with the
usual (luoBtlon, "Catch anything?"
At this Tommy, In all tho con
Kcluusuesa or guilt, qukkly replied
"Aln'l" beeu homo yet."
"Speaklntf of bathing In famous
nrln " fluid tlin Irmnii In llin tour
tut, "I bather In tho spring of 'S0.
ber 23. 1C03 the same day that hi
brother Charles borrowed 15.u00.00
from the Btate Land Hoard brother
ficorgo also borrows 15,000.00 from the
Slate Land Hoard.
Kvldently brother Qeorge didn't like
his bargain any Letter than the ether
relatives for, a few das later to wit '
December 10th, 1903, he sold thu farm
DacK to waiter for 115,000.00. tun
same amount that he paid for It,
Waller again assuming the 15,000.00
mortgage. This sum stems to be a
had paid tor hU farm, on the same
day. Evidently Walter did not care
to show any partiality between his two
brothers. It may not bn of any bene
fit to the account of this transaction,
but nevertheless It should he noted
that these considerations, received by
Walter for the sale of these farms to
his relatives. Is slightly over three
times the 15.000.00 mortgage. The
State Law requires thnt the State
Land Hoard can mnlte no loans from
the Irreducible School Fund for more
than ono-thlrd tho value of tho prop
erly lnolvcd, but that Waltur should
alwaya sell for thrice tho lmt ho
could borrow, may be a more Incident.
November 16, 190J, was apparently
a remarkable day In Walter's Ileal
Estnto career for, In addition to the
three farms above mentioned, which
ho sold that day to his brothers and
sister, lie also sold a farm to Thomas
J. Tweedy, a near friend or htx, for the
fjat .cons,ljJqrnJlon jf ,110.00000.
If you try our delivery service we believe you will .ij.reo with us that we are
at present maintainine; the best Delivery Service in the city. Don't tay this is
merely advertising but try our service and if you do not believe we are giving
you real service, tell us. We welcome honest suggestions for improvement.
Remember, you do not have to come down town to place your order simply
phone yl, and our own employee will dol.ver your order promptly and collect at
Now Is the Time for Passage of School Bill
Vote 314 x Yes
Passage of the Compulsory Public School Attendance bill now this year
will Insure thut a minimum number of private fcchoola and prhato school
pupils will bo affected. Of the v,r, counties or Oregon 10 are ut present with- I
out any prhato schools whatever The combined ngarcstu of pupils In all i
tho private schools In five other counties Is fewer tlian 200. Tho total
attendance at Iho prhate schools, of the grammar grades, of Oregon I about
9v!tl. The total attendance ut tha public icliools, or tho grammar grades,
lb about 131,089. Hunly If the public schools ure good enough for thu 131,089, i
they arc ulso sood enough for the other 9S41,
At present, while the prlvato schools are few and small. Is tho time to '
ijiui.u iu liiuiii;ii prupuiui ny me punnc scnool lilll.
COSTS, No tax will be levied for years to come, as the bill does not
take effect until September, 1926, and no tax then If the amendmont is In th
courts for ccveral years.
When all attend our free public schools the additional cost will be alight,
for tho overhead will be the same. Most or (Mo children will find a placo
In existing classek and the added expense to the uvurnno taxpayer will be
nominal. Tho gnat benefit to our nutlon will bo worth many times tho small
Now Is the time to pass this measure, ((muring that In Oregon all of
our ihlldron will be educated to a common patriotism, common Ideals und a
unified allegiance to our Institutions.
One Flag One School One Language
P. 8. MAL'JOLM, Xi
InspectorOenoral In Oregon,
Ancient and Accepted Scottish Itlto.
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7-lh. Ii(. Fancy Needles 90
;: packages I'niicy Kgj; Needles as
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2 packages Hhre.Ided Wheal :,
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Fancy Animal CnoWfii, packngu ....' . ,ofi
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fimnll purhago Snow Flukos i:
Large puckugn Perfection Hoilaii . ..'. 2S
Kmall package Perfection Soilns1 ..' i:i
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Fresh Chorolutn Citudy, pound 25
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Plain Mixed CutiJy. pound ... .JJ 20
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Six largo StlukM Fresh Candy . .. . Z..,...$l.. ,20,,
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Fullniu Clgnratlcs 15
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Ciiuiel Clgurr'.teti . , 15
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