The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current, October 05, 1916, Image 7

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WILSON KIOOED THE HAND ♦
RED W ITH AMERICAN
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BLOOD.
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I'resident
Wilson
atpllcltly 4
allows I tint ihv C a m m ilita, not ♦
on<i>, hut ri'|M>ntp< 1 ljr, mad* a*- ♦
lacks »n American luwna and 4
killed A morb ini olllxens and mu- ♦
11 lu I Ilictn In Hc|>l**inlM>r, IttlS. 4
Yol on Oct. Ill, HUB, Ima Ihnn a 4
month Inter. Hila amila l ’ raalilant 4
Wllanti, llirmigli lila taina soero- +
lory of alale, formally announc- 4
«•«I io Carro nan's agent that It 4
irna III» ‘ pliMBure" lo taka lha ♦
o|i|Mirtunll>; “ of extending rec­ 4
ognition in the da facto govern* 4
niant of Melico of which Gen­ ♦
eral VaDuatlnno CnrranM ta tho ♦
chief exrctitlr#." President WII- 4
aon thtia racoirnlfed t'ie i: »\tuu- ♦
nirnt which, Ilia own secretary of +
ítala declarea, had bean leaa ♦
(han a month previously engaged +
In repealed a-omul la u|>on Amari* 4
cana and In Ita 1 Inrnalon of Amer­ 4
ican Boll, lha government at 4
wlioae hand wua General Car* 4
rama. who. Ima limn two montha 4
previously, on Aug. 2, 1015, bad 4
contempt uolialjr refuted to pay 4
any heed to any reprenentatonia 4
of Trealdcut Wllaon on behalf of ♦
mediation, anylnu I liât “ under no 4
conalderntlou would 1 permit In­ 4
terference In llie Internal nffalra 4
of Melico.”
President Wllaou ♦
did not merely klaa the hand ♦
Ibat alapped him In lha face. Ila 4
klaaed that hand when It wae ♦
red with the blood of American 4
men, women and children who 4
had l>een murdered and mutilat­ 4
ed with, aa l’ reiddont Wllaon, 4
through hla aeerclnry of alala, 4
anya, ” ruthleaa brulolliy.’*—From 4
Ilia Speech of Colonel Theodore 4
Ilooeevelt, Delivered at I-ewlaton, 4
Me, In tiehnlf of Charlea K. 4
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Hughes.
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(N. V.) SUN STROKES.
Itoger Sullivan alepa aside.—News-
paper headline
Sludenta of iK-morrnUe politico know
what a thin line illvldea stepping aalda
and aldeatepplng.
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+ M’KINL l V’S war cost
less í
ri.OODSHLD THAN WIL­
SON’S PEACE
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■y Theodore Rooeovolt.
I'nder I'resldenl McKinley we
bud a wur with Spain. Under
Pnmbleut Wilson we are assured
(lull we have bad "peara” with
Mexico
These are the words.
Now for the deeds. Poring the
war with Spain fewer Americans
wore killed by the Spaniards
I ban liuie been killed by Mexl- +
cans ililrlng Ilia present "peaea” T
with Mexico.
Ix-t mo repeat
Ibis. A greater number o f Amer­
icana bum been killed by Mex*
leans during these years, when
we are officially Informed that
we have been at peace with
them, than were killed by th#
Spaniards during our entire war
with Spain. Moreover, when the
war with Hpaln waa through, It
was through. Hut pence still con­
tinues to rage ae furiously aa I
ever In Mexico. Nor la this all.
The Instant effect o f the out­
come o f the war with H|>*ln waa
to put a stop to the dreadful
butchery and starvation In Cuba
and the Philippines, and the
entry of both Cuba and tho 4 .
Philippines mi a career of eight- +
een years of peace and pros- 4 .
pertly euch ns they had never 4 .
known l-efore In all their check* 4 .
ered history, flut during these 4 *
three yenra of Mr. Wilson’s +
” |H*oce’’ the Mexicans them- 4
s e l l e s have been butchered by 4
their own bandita steadily und 4
without Intermission; and Mex- 4
lean
women
children have
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died by iliouaanda—probably by 4
score* of thouaanda—of atnrva* 4
lion and of the dtseoiea Incident +
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toatarvatloa. a In other
words, Mr. + +
McKinley's war coat lesa than J
|H-nce; anil II reflccied high hon
or on the American |H*o|»le;
whereas Mr. Wllaon’a |>cnce
has been one of aliamo and dis­
honor for the American people,
and one of ruin and bloodshed
for the Mexicana.
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Tha Peniocr.ila Beam to realtae, to
their (llamny. that If they can’t per
anode Mr. Hughea to change from
plalntllf to defendant the case la lost
AT
BIG MAPLE STOCK FARM
5 mi. northeast of Sublimity, 7 mi. east of Shaw, 2 mi. south of Victor Point
WED., OCT. 11th
I will offer at public sale my entire dairy herd and dairy equipment, on
SALE COMMENCES AT 10 A. M.
Closing out Entire Herd of 33 Head of High Grade Jersey Cows, Heifers and Bulls
21 Cows Giving Milk,
10 of which will freshen a few days prior to sale.
will freshen in early spring, one of which is registered.
2 registered cows, 5 two-year-old heifers,
4 yearling heifers.
One herd Bull, Golden Glow’s Chief Fireman, N o. J01873, sired by Golden G low ’ s; Dam, M ill M el Figgis II
Two Yearling Bulls, Registered Sired by Golden G low ’ s Chief Fireman out of H eavy Producing Dams.
A PICTURE OF HUGHES.
The New York World, which ooce
was outapokeu In Its admiration for
Mr. Hughes, now declares that the A ll tested and found free from tuberculosis or other contagious diseases.
people do not know where Hughes
The prealdenl "w ill not take the si a nda, or what he elands for. This
which has given splendid satisfaction in 3 years constant use.
atump,” but “ will accept Invitation* Wilson organ had no such criticism
to ai>cak at different placea." Chair­ to make when Mr. Hughes was gov­
man Vance McCormick ta aa Machla ernor. The World said on May 17.
Both hand and power drive
vtlllau aa a musk melon.
1010: “ He dictated no nominations,
controlled no convention, trafficked In
It la not what Wllaon haa kept na no patronage, made no bargains with
out of but whnt lie’s got us Into that office-holders, lie has rewarded no­
counts at preaeitf.
body for supposing him and punished
nobody for opposing him. What in­
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4 opinion has come throngh Ills appeals
Granddaughters and Grandsons of Royal Lee
, V ILLA AIDED BY W ILSON’S
to the voters themselves.” That is
Laurel
Champion,
and
High
Clere
N
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better
blood
lines
or
individuals
found anywhere.
FAVOR AND BACKING.
the estimate of Mr. Hughes given by
the World six years ago.
It la a
In March Inn Villa made a
pretty fair letter of recommendation.
raid Into American territory. lie
Could Ihe World any ns much for
waa a I*lid ll leader whoa# 4 President Wilson?
Hardly, for the
oaraar of eucceiaful Infamy had 4 president hits done nil of the things
bean greatly mood by Mr. Wil* 4 from which the World absolved
aan'a favor and hacking.
lie 4 (lughes.—Kansan City Journal.
waa at the I tend of Mexican sol* 4
dlera, whoaa arm* and munitions 4
had baan suppHad to tham In 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4
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consequence of Mr Wilson's re- 4 4
4 GUARDSMEN PAY TH E PRICE 4
versing Mr. Taft's policy and 4
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OF WILSON'S ABASEMENT. 4
lifting the embargo against artna 4
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anil munitions Into Mexico. They 4
Having condoned tho repeated 4
attacked Columbus, New Mexico, 4
murdort of Americans by th* 4
and killed n number of clvllUna 4
Carranzittas and having abased 4
and n nnmlier of Culled States 4
himself bofor# Carranza and 4
troops
On 1 lie next day the 4
having aided in placing Carran* 4
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president | ss .| im | an announce- 4
za in power, what is Mr. Wil* 4
son’a reward, and who pay* itf 4
ment that adequate forers would 4
Th# reward is that Mr. Wilson 4
| hi aent In puisnlf of Villa “ with 4
has to plac* 160,000 troops on 4
the alngle object of capturing 4
th# bordor to partially proven! 4
him.”
On April Sib. the an- 4
tho raids and murders that hit 4
nouncemcnl WHS made from the 4
friend, Mr. Carranza, will not or +
While House that Ilia Iroopa 4
cannot prevent, and th* pay* 4
would remain In Mexico until 4
mont ia mad* by th* soldiers 4
Villa was raptured
II was 4
who ar# slain and by tha fam* 4
furthermore announced In the 4
ilios of th* guardsman who go '4
preas dlspnli lie- from Mashing- 4
in want because thoir husbands 4
and fathers have boon called to 4
ton that lie "ns to lie taken 4
the bordor to msko good Mr. 4
“ dead or a live”
Cine words! 4
Wilson's refusal to lot th* rogu* 4
Only--thcr meant nothing. He 4
lor army adminiotor such pun* 4
Is riot dead
lie Ims jo t l>een 4
ishmont to th* bandit* as ta in* 4
taken alive. - I’rom Speech of 4
spire in tham a healthy fear.— 4
Colonel Theodore ItoosevelL Pe- 4
From tho Speech of Colonel 4
Itvcred at l.evvlaton. Me., In It*- 4
Thoodorc Roosovo't, Delivered 4
half o f Charles K Hughea.
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at Lowiaton, Mo., in Behalf of 4
Charles E. Hugh**.
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Hr. Wllaon during the pant few days
A share of the banking business
a become such n life long opponent
The President himself has tried to
the pork Iwrrel that he la almost appropriate for Ills own advantage
of Stay ton and vicinity
rry now he didn't veto some o f those the sentiment o f “ America nrst.” The
la.
Democrats hnve tried to make hla sup­
is solicited.
port nn act of plet.v by ndoptlng
tecretary McAdno warns Treasury “Thank (Toil for Wllaon” na n alogan.
iployees ngnlnst too much political Mr. Hughea. with rare courage, frank­
llvlty, and If Ihey don’t disobey the ness and |H*netratlon. la exposing the
Y ou are assured of a safe deposi­
ler they are likely to bo bounced.
flimsy foundation for the clnlma of
Wilsonian Infallibility, lie la laying
tory and courteous treatment at
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hare a record o f extravagance, par­
4* tisanship. sectionalism, Incompetence,
this bank, by ample capital and
A HEARTLESS
+ wronghendedneaa, vncclllatlon and In­
ADMINISTRATION 4 sincerity which destroy# the attempt
long experience in the banking
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business.
This administration haa (Ha- 4 The Democrats must come out of their
played no mors foaling of re* 4 ecstatic trance and defend their stew,
Spontibi'ity for tho Amorlean 4 nrdshlp. The President Is to be put
woman who havo boon rapod 4 on the stump. We are to hear some­
and for th# Amarloan man, wo* 4 thing lieslde Delphic prose poem#.—
man amt ehildran who havo 4
St. Louis (5lobe-Democrat
boon killed In Mosloo than • 4
farmor rhowa far th# rata kHlad 4
of his
by hi* Hogs whan tha hay Is 4
Mr. Wllaon now virtually admits
takan frem a barn. And now the 4 that nil Ida own Ideas were wrong four
must
NOT WANT.
America» paopla or# atkod to 4
years ago. He has chimged his mind
r.T.y
"BANK
■anetion this policy In tho name 4
Every
of peaev rightoouanaaa and hu- 4 on every public question. On some
manity'--From the Beoaoh ef 4 of them he lias changed twice or even
Colonel Theodor# Roosevelt, De* 4 three times liven If his friends could
livorod "t Lowiaton, Mo, In Be* 4 sntlsi'y ihe public st this tlmo ho Is
half of Chariot E. Hugh##.
4 exactly right, whnt nsnnrnnce could be 1
given that he would be right a ye*r
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One three-unit Sharpies Milking Machine
One No. 17 DeLaval Separator
One new enclosed Babcock tester, with complete equipment.
25 Foster, Steel, Cow Stanchions. 20 Feed Cups.
Will also offer a number of Registered Berkshires,
Vi.
vm,
All registered animals will be furnished with papers up to date, if requested.
If you cannot attend the sale in person, mail your bids to any of the names below
FREE LUNCH AT NOON
T p r m c n f Q u i p * ^ sums of $20 and under, Cash. Over $20 a credit of 1 year
i G l l l l o U l O c l l G . will be given on bankable notes with 8 % interest from date
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discount for cash on sums over $20. No property to be removed until settled for.
Col. B. T. Sudtell Auct.,
W. Richardson, Clerk
H. Q. Barrows Owner,
Shaw, Oregon
ALBANY, OREGON
STAYT0N, OREGON
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PROTECT YOUR FAMILY
T H E
)VERS OFACÍIECK BOOK
A
MATT of family has a big rcsponribility lie not only must con­
serve the morals and education
v.ife and loved ones, but he
fee to it that THEY SHALL
Is there a bet­
ter cf helping his dear ones than by n Ting to lus
ACCOUNT?
It will provide against sickness and mi' rrtunc.
man of family
C '.I O U L D H A V E A B A N K A C C O U N T .
S T A Y T O N S TA TE BANK
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Farmers & Merchants
Bank of Stayton, Oregon
Capital $25,000.00