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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell Imprint — 6 November 1907

I Jke OA LDW1 JJU IjMLJr Y! I) If Tw SEMI-OCCASIONAL Conference Souvenir Let Justice be Done Lest the Heavens fall Caldwell Job Printery NO. 2 Amarillo Texas Nov. 6 1907 FREE WELCOME CONFERENCE. "Hear the words of the Lord all ye that enter into these gates to worship the Lord. If ye thoroughly execute judgment between a man and his neighbor then will I cause you to dwell in this place. If not. therefore pray not tor this people neither make intercession to me; for I will not hear thee." Bible. Amarilloites feel highly honored at the choosing of their sun-lit zephyr-fanned embrio city as the place for the "gathering of the people" of so large a body of the ministers of peace and good-will to men. In return the least of them will gladly avail of the privilege to divide with you their scanty material supplies and scantier spir- itual ones. Some of us like other folks have more of the one than of tie other; but of such as we have will give unto thee. The writer hereof is scanty of both...

Publication Title: Caldwell Imprint, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell Imprint — 6 November 1907

TO METHODISTS SPECIALLY And to The World Generally A Message of Peace on Eartl) And Good Will to Mer) HENRY GEORGE TO N. Y. CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE Prove Mc now sayeth the Lord of Hosts if I will not open you tke windows of Heaven and pour you out a blessing that there shall not ho room enough to receive it. Bible I shall briefly state the fundamental principles of what we who advocate it call the 'single tax. We propose to abolish all taxes save one single tax levied on the value of land irrespective of the value or the improvements in or on it. ' What we propose is not a tax on real estate for real estate includes improvements. Nor is it a tax on land for we would not tax all land but only land having a value irrespective of its improvements and would tax that in proportion to that value. ' Our plan involves the imposition of no new tax since wc already tax land values in taxing real estate. To carry it out we have only to abolish all taxes save the tax on real estate and to abolish al...

Publication Title: Caldwell Imprint, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell Imprint — 6 November 1907

by man it has been created by God. The value of land does not come from the exertion of labor on land for the value thus produced is a value of improvement. That value attaches to any piece of land means that that piece of land is more desirable than the land which other citizens may obtain and that they are more willing to pay a premium for permission to use it. Justice there- fore requires that this premium of value shall be taken for the benefit of all in order to secure to all their equal rights. Consider the difference between the value of a building and the value of land. The value of a building like the value of goods or of anything properly styled wealth is produced by in- dividual exertion and therefore properly belongs to the individual; but the value of land only arises with the growth and improve- ment of the community and therefore properly belongs to the community. It is not because of what its owners have done but because of the presence of the whole great population ...

Publication Title: Caldwell Imprint, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell Imprint — 6 November 1907

MARY HAD A LITTLE SHOP "Mary opened a little shop To help her on life's way; And honest toil found fit reward And it began to pay. ''How's biz?" the landlord often asked And Mary was imprudent; Of course she never guessed he was An economic student. But Marv's landlord's eagle eye Was watching how things wei And when the 15th May came 'round He doubled Mary's rent. 1 he imposition staggered her But what could Mary do? Subsistence bare is the tenant's share All above is the landlord's due So Mary kept on as before Improving as time went; But step by step with increased trade The landlord raised the rent. And thus the merry game went on Till Mary's life was spent--- As fast as God could prosper her The landlord raised the rent." ADDENDA Preacher man get your piety busy; Your home look through and through Then take the means sure rot to have Yourself some Marys too. A" Sermon for the Times" in this issue was delivered years ago but being as fresh a love message as ever it ought to arre...

Publication Title: Caldwell Imprint, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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