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taken the tini
selvea as to wha
'w!v ' have
to ti .fiirm
socia'-sn, is,con -
found the tern, with tlv.it of mar-
Nothing I mora erron-l
"ua. Socialism i
verse of anarliv
the hiunicioal -!tv
i'Xa-l the re-i
. nuaetta the l-th mis mouth j
i. ...-v. .;,';,.. ;.. ...i.
v v vs. v a in . -r tviai
ties says the NYw Yrk World a
( greatly aston - ti liie old parties
rid put them I ' (i uiiii; on the
future. The World i-.iys:
"Politicans of tl.e old - parlies are
df ply impressed, not to say dis
niictrted, over the t-hiiwing made
V th socialists in those,. Massa
i h'lhctt' cities winch held
municipal elections on Oeccmber'l
ii. Haverhill which a year ait.i
w in notoriety as W'inx the first
.merican city to elect an avowed
.-cialist mayor vcrterday re-elected
J hn C Chate uiavor and also sent
re rcialists to the Uiard of al -
d-rinen and as many to the coin-jail
i. i -n council. Mayor Chase had a
' j 'hit hi i'W anu a Muraiiiy oi
15, a vote sutstar.tjallv the Mine
. tl.at by which he was elected a
yisraco. In 1! rick ton II K CSar-
-Id tlie democratic ' mayor was
iVfv-.ved fr re-election by C II
v'ou'.tyr the sociulint candidate, and
iliree sticialista were elected mem
lrs of the city council. Brockton
ted against license and Haver
i.i l f.r it. Each city" Voted for an
e .ht-!inur dav fur all (rons em
: loyed ly tlte municipality. In
ikii of the ither Massachusetts
lilies which hi-tl elections ystr-
ly t.V pn poM'tion for nn eight
i our a;iy was .i!-m indorsed at the
I "lis w Inch indicates an increased
.nd crowing slVenjth on the
: urt of the socialists througbmit
.-iiesarhuht'lts and in. some oi the
cthtr s-taU-s of New Ectiand.
ICI.IriCIANS I L'SY TlI.NKI.NCi.
"T day the jsiliticians ore ana
izir.g the trrtnetxlous socialist
The frr.-it Em
that nriniarilv t!ie
! .Ulier is a Htm-
every man U a
ftonach. The whole tsxly and brain are
it piTiiIrnt for hcaltli and life upon the
orWlinew and complctenea. of tlie rr
i rwi which go on in the stomach and
ilii-d organs of digestion and nutrition.
People who have tjeen treated for dis
ease of hend, heart, lungs, liver, nerves
r blwicl have often been treated in vain,
-mil they lieaa the u of I)r. Pierce's
".')!den Medical iJisrovery. When this
L-dicine had healed the stomach and
1 1 '.-anned the bkxxl, the other diseases
-Sim v.ir moU Avsrm I w attarVnl ilh
nuri.il f.-rT " wntr Str. IMinirl A. taftrr, ff
" nt. Ibtwan Cn . N. C. My jlrt-n Iwinw pti.
I. mnA I ww. ht btt off nii4 on for lour
. m I went to the doctor ami aomr of thrift
. tifl f had dyttf-T.MM. others fMut I ha.1 hrrr
n.iW. The Ut riortar 1 hrdraMerl h rhrontt
vrr anH atontArh rllaenne. a.. I paid mil money
. n-l n.rth.nff did me Btiy froL Two veara arl
c.tnmenced (akliif Ir. I wrre a flilrn MeO.
.-.l lharovery. ani vwrl ten bottlea. and now l
an lo ea lri( a duy'a wjrk aa any man."
Pierce Icuwint iVllct sre 41
loon to rultoua people. Thrj cure
vote and endeavoring to draw from
it deduction which w'll he of value
at aome future time, for it ha as
sumed audi formidable proportions
that politicUm of lolh the old
rk,rB reame lum u must ue laaen
: ... l. . . ; . t . . . 1.
lnl0 n.ui wnwdemtion. The
P nicn Mayor t nase
hn' lwk" bwn rl't'd l-
' mi'iiui-jiiv nsi on
I which Mr Coulter was vesterdav
' elfete.1 miav.tr iif flrita'Ltftn aii.l mi
i L : .1. li . i. . i . l : i .
" ,m" " ,no "
for the various offices ran. So far
a be has been able Mayor Chaw
has put his platform in force in
Haverhill and there are th.we even lrt ,j' js Maine.! with the blood
among his political opponent whoj0f J.iTijit. Selah! l'inkney ville
uda.it that so far it worked well.
The most important things "for
which the Socialist platform dc
dares, and at which the members
of that parly are working, are:
Collectivism, as oppsxed to indi
vidualism; placing all public func
tions under municipal control
municipal owership and control of!
l..iri...i;K .(r,. r,.ilJ
.... - - .....
1 n ay, local telephone service and
manner of public utilities, to
be carried uii and administered for
the U" ne tit of the entire communi
ty : eicht hours to constitute a
.Uv's work on all municipal work,!
and 2nday to be the minitnum !
a day to be the minitnum
wages; the absolute a)olitioti of
contract work on all public enter
prise; public works to le under
taken for the purposo of giving
work to the unemployed; the pub
lic employee engaged in oper
ating the street railway!-, ens and
el.rtrh: lighting plants and other
municipat'di partments to elect
thfir itun fitrmart n rt4rt i f in. I
dents, Ac; the adoption of the W,,,rM a wn d;' uftir "1
initiative and referendum; Ihe city: th ''n'I,''l"" ' " ! i"
to furnish clothes, shoes and f.sKl I n,Mth,,r d, man or woman. It
to children of a ec-hool age whol" n" llrl"" "
are unprovided with those nectg. I P-'n thew are ...me skepiieaj
sarles, th.rebv enabling them to ! n"n- I only wonder that news
attrd school regularly. I r,lr n,en U,wve n-vll,i"8 -Tal
Tri Si ut i 1 1 ail a ff T f -i p vttfli ii T ik - 1
bail for more than a vf ar two co-
teralive stores in successful "per-
iHtion, and are putting their theo
ries into actual operation as rap-l,.,
oily as possiiilo in other directions. ;
The Kciituckiun's Waet.
Man lw.rn in the wilds of Ken
tucky is. of feud days and easy
virtue. Jle lirlieth. Inld'etr, fusx-1
eth and tightelh all tne days t.l
He shunneth water ns .1 rr.ad j
do and drinketh iiiucii whii-kev. !
When he tii-i-ireth to rulK: hell he j
plant, til a nci"hl.or and lo he 1
reaputh twenty-fold. j
He ri-eth even from his cradle j
to seek the walp of his grandiire'i. J
enemv and bringr-th h-.tiie in It in
carcass tlie nmmiiiiiliou of hi-;
neip.hhorV wife's cousin's uncli-'fj
lather was-law w ho nvt-ng.-tli the!
Yea, verilv, his life is uncertain 1
find he knoweth not the hour when
he may Ire jerked hem e.
lie goelh forth on a j-.urney
"half-shot"' and returneth 011 a
shutter "all shot" full of gopher
He riseth in the night lo let the
cat out und it tak.-lli nine i..i'tors
tlneeditys to i. k the buckhot
'nni his person. !
lleg s tli forth in joy and rlad
in ss and corneth hack irr- pieces,
-t-rnps, fragments ami rags.
Hecnlleth his ft-llowinat. a lia:
and geteth himself filled with scrap
iron even to the fourth generation.
A cyclone bloweth hlmlnl.ithe
bosom .of his neipldior's wife and
his neighhor'a w ife'e hnshand Mow
eth him into the- Ujsnrt. of eternity
before hath time to exfdajn.
lie emptieth a demijohn into
himself and a shotgun into hi
enemy and bin enemy's son licth
in wait on election dav and lo the
. - . i ii. - m rt.T.I
t-nier M"wpio " i" nuriivm
to bury the man and his descend
ants. Woe. woe. Is Kertuckv for her
LVes are red with ' bad Hhiskev and
One of the greatest trials of the
. nM'l'l" profession is that its
nemners are P(ni'lletl to see more
of the sham of the world than any
other profeHiin. Through every
he'vtpapcr fitlice, day after tlay.
r11 kness of the world
"intake that want to
all th mistakes
lie righted; all the vanities that
want to be putr. l; allj the revengrs
that want to be reap-j; all the
dull speaker that want to be
thought el.Mpient; all tho meaues-i
Il.fil a ! I.. u ........... : I
7 ' h v "
Ine editorial column, gratis to
save a tax In the advertising co
ums; all the men who want to get
j right who never were right; all the
; crack brained phih.soJ.hera with
stories as long as their hair and
las gloomy as ther finger nails; all
j the biers who come to stay five
minutes but talks five hours. In
I the editorial and rcortia! room
all the follies and shams of the
Aunt Mariah I'nd,'lt, nf color
wh li Vef Itcur K Wel I ii Mil will Cli 111 f
j from Virginia alsiut 1S20, claims
who died twenty five years si nerval
the s!;e of h2, says she niiixtd him
when a i-l ild. She is still full of
I if.-, full of talk and can see and
, h-ar eipial to most jfople. at fifty.
She i an iiitcrerling relict, und
worth v.-iitin hy all who wish to
live a l-inj as jhe has. Lincoln
Kv I mi wrat.
(jn't hahtwn if von have
1 :ir i. l ,iA'
vii 11.11111 lur sum
he kind made
r bath-tubs Pwisla
hot and cold water .
ataam and moisture in anv
; enamel finish to an ugly line
i Tyb. useaaiiy applied.,
' For wile hy
L. A. OVEKTON
EIGHTH STHFtT, EUflEKE
mp'y I ' il' L J'JaaSaWaaw
- YOURS RESPECTFULLY
G-RA1T & S03ST
.Hew Line of
Just received nt
BAY & HENDERSON'S
Cor ScTventhTimd-Willamette St.
Great" Cu re
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Sold by Agents Only. Dr.
DOYLE, Azent for Lane Couuty.
Wlicn vou want
1HI t.Hof any ViikI, m prni-rlrlary
ittrltrlitr. fanrjr lollrl arttrlt-a.
iMiia, trlha, aHincva. or J'tal
nvitittiit kiK lu ft Ural rlaa ilru
tor ki ti
(INK iftMir if nth -f tti lnk
mmcr ? Nl'ith an-l WHUmi Urn
atrrfta. 1'hvalrian rrarrttliiift
roiiifoMiiil1! Ml aJiy huur l th
day of iituliL
Ymi want tout W'at-t rit-anti1
i' crm arti'H To.tr W ai h K .irt-I.
Y"'i nai. t a No I "ui lliMittHan Oa
rsrn t'wrlt hnp V
om wnnt lo-iMiliif r'Hrrr-Flatfl
Ware fttiti flu, hoiurat Jvwwlrjr, llmo
Vlllametta. St. Ilet. Sth ko4 th.
TOBACCO -TAI.l. nx- -
but we w ill sell you
your Hupjilie at the
lowest tl'Vire pomtililo.
lor pain ; J n t er.n a Lo r
mllr 1 1 lh n i tt il ftff II -
i niik it ! (
oinfvaimiia, Jia'hf f I ha l.uhca. moiuaw
a1r Av lliviugnl Ittt Ilia i.f a ijr
a it ,-m .
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Eugene Photo Co.
Cor. Willamette & 7th St,
The Oil l:,!iU, i;l. ry
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of tlif timm (I nd tiji l.t ii'.i f
Photos 50 ota Den ondnp.
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