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About The Ashland advertiser. (Ashland, Or.) 1893-1898 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 4, 1895)
—L. I >. Goon win left for < >gden, Utah,
—August Mickelsen returned
— Mrs. Joseph
is over from
—J. F. Smith came over from Sibki*
Mias Nellie DePeat is home from
You can always depend on true value
fpr your money.
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embodied in the demands of new party
platforms, is not only selfish and reac
— Mrs. William Barnum was up from
tionary, but destructive of the basic
principles upon which republican insti
— William Litteleton came over from tutions ami free-will competition is snp-
Coles last Frida v.
posed to rest. Attempts at reform are,
— Louis Wirth and family returned to them, as regarded from their point of
view, not only dangerously selnsh, but
from Michigan, Monday.
the active agent ami destructive element
—Thaddeus McHattan returned from at the Inittoin of ail reform schemes of
Siskivou, Monday, to attend school here. revolutionary force ami character. This,
however, is not the truth of the matter.
— A party composed of Edward Sutton,
Reform does not destroy, it changes!
Mr. ami Mrs. Miller Sutton, and Mr.
Ami the statement that reform is selfish
ami Mrs. Frank Sutton left, yesterday,
ami therefore an alien to progress but
for two week’s outing at Pelican Bay.
proves old-party sages incapable of logi
cal thought,—of right or correct thinking.
Could our critics but once see their
way through the question of moral, soc
ial or |M»litical ethics, they might, pier
chance. recognize a difference known bv
some to exist l»etween selfishness and
selfness. Seltishnest is hateful, imper
ious and despotic (for an example in
proof of fact, Irehoid the attitude of
ASHLAMD. . OKKiiOX.
¡Miwerfuland influential corporations in
of business with lai or and
New Building. Four Courses of
with state.) ami does n<»t, in anv sense
A Teachers* Training
School. State Diplomas given. whatsoever, l>ear relation to true and
legitimate reform. Selfness, however, is
individualised democracy and is there
fore the corner stone of ail future sys
tems of proper human government; and
by it, before the completion of another
cyclic period, the advantage of condition
over will will have been reduced to a
You ask w hat will we do with the law
of competition? Why. regulate it. of
F«»r Manual and S|>eeial Information, course!
far as competition is given
proper function in society ami govern-
I ment. just so far will it have plact* in the
W. T. Van Scoy. Pres.
economy of law. It is the abuse and not
the use of law that defeats the plans of
THE REFORM MOTIVE.
justice ami of mind! This, therefore. l»e
it remembered, is the objective of the
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reform motive To regulate competition,
re-adiust the conditions of human life,
thereby aid law to a proper function
Concluded from last week.
1 remember it is claimed by ourortho- in the developmental process.
[ the knd .)
dox political brethren that this desire,
. . State . .
Normal - School,
First Tenn ol School Opens September 2.