The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current, June 24, 1920, Image 5

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    Mvnf»-<t nnd p U n tv.l »he am ble Ian da
nml Ina turn ruled a system nt Irrigation
which, hud they been given time fur
a more northerly advance, would have
given Upper California a rnnrvelotia
ngrlriilinriil development early In tlie
iilnefeenfti century.
T h e establishment of the mlaalon In
Upper California » * » a much enslvr
task than that which III" hardy
Jeault prteata faced and comiuered in
Lower California.
Marion, O., Drops Party Lines—Pulling for Hardin^
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Automobile Insurance
Fire, Theft
Frow n on Cuddling.
At KcnrlMirough Knglnnd, during an
appllcallon to the llcenaing jja tlc e for
cinema llcenaea. It waa ataled that
when the Justice« vlalted the Palla-
dlum they raw nome young couplea
cuddling
Mr. G erald Standing. the
manager xald he had not aeen It. T h e
cMef conciatile a»k«*d him If he knew
that locally 42 sette»» In one part of
the hulldltit. which xeated two people
each were known an the “cuddling
• halm ." Mr. Standing «aid he had not
heard I*, and that he had aeen no kiaa-
lug and cuddling.
T h e licerne waa
granted on the eoart'a being given to
underntand that more lights wot:' 1 he
Installed und the aetteen divided to
prevent cuddling.
Hartford Livestock Insurance ( o.
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Harry Humphreys
2? îss&iæœï
m
W ant kit -— For Sale
1
WE ARE 100 per cent FORD
Doyou live “ from hand to mouth?”
There i» a system of living whereby
Today may be made to provide
for Tomorrow—this year for
next year—the prime of
manhood for old age.
SAVE <
This one word tells the
story. Just a little regu­
larly deposited in our savings
department makes a pleasently sur­
prising snowing in the yeais to come
If the Valley Motor Co. can be as suc­
cessful as Ford Products, we are satis­
fied; and won’t be until we are.
Bear in mind we carry' a most com­
plete line of Ford Parts.
VALLEY MOTOR CO.
Peter Deidrich Stayton, Oregon
Insist on genuine Ford Parts
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ILVri.f'i—SEüfita
Farmers & Merchants
Bank of Stay ton,Oregon
GEM CONFECTIONERY
First Class Confections.
High Grade Pure Candies
Fine Cigars and Tobacco
Hot and Cold Fountain Drinks
All Prices and Style Box Candy
J. A. H E N D E R S H O T T , Proprietor
Orecon
Stayton,
O YO U
D
KNOW that indigestion can be cured,
permanently cured, so that you can eat any
__ kind o f food that you crave? It has been done
not only once, but in almost every case when Cham­
berlain’s Tablets are used. A n instance: Mr. J .
Pominville, Stillwater, Minn., who had spent over
$2,0 0 0 .0 0 for medicine and treatment was perma­
nently cured by these tablets.
Chamberlain’s Tablets
THE STAYTON BAKERY
HOME MADE BREAD.
CAKES AND COOKIES
NO ORDER TOO LARGE
C. E. KRAMER, Proprietor
ST A Y TO N
OREGON
and
Ford Products
uSccessor to
i,
Capital $50,000.00
Ing on your mind, then tenr It up and manre and history forgotten, and Its
h u m tho fragments. At that Instant possibilities. If not overlooked, at le -vt
Cava Owallara In tha Canary lalantft be w ill begin to think of you and neglected.
Between 1B27 and 1592 Hernando
know no peace until he has written to
Practically Llva aa Co tha
you. When an address la upside down Cortex sent four expeditions on voy-
W ild Animals.
| ages of discovery up the west coast
It mean» b.id luck.— Kxchnnge.
j of Mexico, hut the first three accoro-
Principal enve-d well era’ scttlementa
! pllshed nothing and the fourth failed
In the t'm iniies are at Atnlnyu. In the
to return.
Fin a lly, In IM S , l-o w e r
Iniund of Grand On nary
T h e name
, California was discovered by Xlme-
mcana the “G ia n t'» burrow ," nnd
, net. w ho anchored in the hay of Santa
from n dlatance the place closely re-
C rux (now I.a P a x).
letter Oortea FOR SALE—The 1 ton Chevro­
ncinhh-N n 'uhldt-w nrreti or n honejr-
himself
visited
Santa
C
rux and se­ let truck and 2 ton trailer of
rotnh »'tu n n in g with bees. T h e caves Lower California Has Much Fer-
cured a quantity of pearls and Indian Balseiger & Son, are at Urban’s
are more or leas In terrace» on the
slav*-s.
In 1990 Francisco de Ulloa
>
tile Soil.
aide of u sleep rock, overlooking a
Pur­
sailed
up
the G u lf of California and garrage, Stayton Oregon.
glen and rive r bed. Atnlnyu Mippllea
discovered
the
mouth
of
the
Colorado
chases
can
be
made
through
0.
Mo1 entire gr<ni|i of the Oaimrlea with
clay pot», every cave having 11» own Really a Region of Great Resources river. , In spite of this discovery, M. Baker of Kingston or Ralph
net of rude upphnnceK for making
T h a t O n ly A w a it Development, Ac­ | Low e r California was known as an Urban, at Stayton.
Mar25tf
Island for more thun 100 years nnd ap­
|Mita. nnd the people display great In­
cording to W rite r In Los
peared
<>n
European
maps
as
an
island
genuity Mini (]ulekneaa In the work.
Angeles Nawspapar.
FOUND—one heavy7 motor jack
up to ns late as 1748.
Men. "om en mid children sqtinl al»>ut
on
road between Stayton and
All
attempts
of
Spain
to
colonize
at file entrance« to tln-lr caves, kneiol;
Low e r California Is
V* ! *he California peninsula ended tn dis­ West Stayton.
Owner can have
log the cluy with tl»elr hand» Into region that has never been n?
well
elegant Jura nnd u*lug their Anger known and has long been m isunder­ astrous failures until the task was del­ same by paying for this notice.
egated to
the
Jesuits, o r Com­
nn 11» to apply di-corntlve Hues.
stood.
Kven we of U p p e r California, pany of Jesus. In 1007. These Jeault
Andrew Ferry
These troglodyte», or cave dw eller»
despite ou r close proxim ity, know missionary priests were possessed of
are aliiiimt like wild nnlinal». having
little of the peninsula except Its ex- the tact of the French explorers, the
F O R S A L E — 250 White Leghorn
no m oral», nnd very IlMle clothing to
| treme northern part, writes A rth u r
persistency
of the English colonial set- chicks 5 weeks old at 40c each,
bonat of. D in in g the nummer the
Iterg, In the |,oa Angeles Tim es.
Few tier« nnd the bravery of the Am erican
ehllilrea run about altnoat nuked, nnd i
\ of us reallxe that It Is r.ot nn utterly frontiersman.
I Claude Boone. AumsviMe. M28tf
the woman wear the short«»« of skirts.
barren waste; that It Is a tropical
Padre
S
a
lv
itle
rra
made
the
first
i
_
,
T h e y are prolmhly the Inst re in mm 1 » |
country with a salubrious climate and mission settlement In L o w e r C a ll- j FOR SALE
Ford Car in good
of the nhorlglnes of Grand Canary.
many regions of luxuriant vegetation; fornin <>n October 15, U507, at the hay condition, price £375 if taken at
who arc known t<* have lived In caves
that It» northern and southern parts of San Bruno, on the east const.
For
000 years ago. T h e cave dwellers are |
Mrs. Geo. Colby, Lyons.
are utterly unlike one another, nnd 70 yearn thereafter the Jesuits con­ once.
very different from the n*#t of the i
that rich resources abound that are trolled the peninsula, nnd those 70
Islanders, who look upon them ns j
AUTO MUD CHAIN—Found be­
year» represented the era of Low er
pariahs uud would as soon think of , only w aiting to !>e «levi-hqied.
tween
Stayton and Leffler on
Despite Its Jagged, barren heights Ca lifornia ’s
greatest
a ctivity
nnd
Interm arrying w ith monkeys us with I
and
cactus-clad
me-ms,
which
glow
in
Monday.
Owner can have same
greatest prosperity.
them.— Wide W orld U n g u ln e .
the Aery rays of nn tinohscured sun.
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D u rin g their sojourn the Jesuits by paying for this notice.
It was a land rich In history when
the east coast. explored the
THE TRUTH ABOUT EVIDENCE the timbers of the M ayflower were yet charted
east and west roasts the Islands ndja- LOST -Ladies brown color glove
tree* In the for«*st. Once sought nnd |
thereto and the Interior In a on decloration day either at cem­
Some Difference Between Its Theoret- guarded for her ore* nnd her Jewel», manner that has never tn*en ««•»•lied;
etery or in Stayton.
Finder
leal Purpose and Its Presenta-
this peninsula, which to the Spanish
founded 2.’t missions, of which 14
tien in Legal Pracltte.
m nquisliidnre« wok an island glltter- proved to he successful; formulate«! a please return to this office “R e -
\
i Ing In the axure web of romance, a system of inhsion life never thereafter
i W A R D .” ____________________________
Evidence Is flint portion of the land for which the padres gave their
surpassed ; not only Instructed the In­
truth which your law yer thinks w ill llv«‘* In fanatic devotion to the cross, dians In religions matters, but taught STRAYED—1 bay mare wt. 1050
Impress the Judge ,,r ju ry In your fa­ now lies practically unnoticed. Its ro-
them many useful arts as w e ll; out- with circle band on left shoulder
vor. A n y other portions «if the snme
18 year old; 1 light bay mare wt.
truth must therefore he Irrelevant nnd
Immaterial and should not he udiidtted
1150 with small white star in
T h u s evidence Is both
iis evidence.
forehead 3 years old. Finder
part truth nnd partial truth.
please notify Jessie L. Tooley
Th e theoretical purpose of evidence
Is to bring out the truth, the whole
Sublimity. Rt. 1 Box 47 Phone 66
truth and nothing hilt the truth. In
June 17-24 tf
legal practice, however. It Is used to
emphasise unduly certain portions of
O
; FOR SALE—Just placed instock,
the truth, to color other portions so
and new from Portland distribu­
as to Imply tiling* that are not the
tors. Western Special Teaming
truth nnd to cover tip the rest of the
truth.
Gear, 3J in. steel skein, 5 ft. 1
Th e re nrv several kinds of evidence.
THE U N I V E R S A L C A R
Í track, drop tongue, 37 51 in.
Circum stantial evidence ha* probably
i wheels, 3 x 33 in. tires, No. 5o
convicted more Innocent parties than
any other kind.
Docum entary evi­
brake. Just the wagon for use
dence has no doubt convicted more
in logging or heavy service.
guilty parties than nny other kind.
Special now at $160 00. J. F.
A m i counter-evidence cannot a l" • v«
Mielke, Stayton.
he made to count.
T ru th crushed to enrth may rl- ■
1 FOR SALE Shoats also sow
again, but not If ym tr la w ye r'» objec
tlona are sustained by the court. Ver­
with 7 pigs between 2 and 3
ily the seeker nfter truth has no hual-
weeks old. Jacob Seigmund, Rt
ne«» In n modern courtroom.— O tis C.
1. Stayton.
June 24-tf
Little.
Many Believe A ll Th is .
It Is unlucky to drop n tenr on n
letter from n friend. If you blot your
paper nnd send It away In that con­
dition It w ill find the recipient In poor
health. Y o u ,lire sure to witness n
fight If you misdate a letter. Should
your letter cross In the malls one
coming from your sweetheart It will
cross out love. It la a bnd sign to
receive an unsettled communication,
though the soothsayers do not say Just
what w ill happen In that event, Just
contenting themselves with the expren-
aloti “ bnd sign” nnd leaving you to
w o rry n» to what It may bring. Should
yon get n letter with the stamp upside
down you " I I I make a mistake about i
money that very day “ a.- ever "its .”
If you want to henr from some one
w rite him a long letter w ith a pen,
lulling hiut «.v jn tU liM . U u tl u ttel&ll-
Stavton
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Savf Today for Tomorrow’s
Needs
✓
All our Thought, Time, Money
Energy* is devoted to
¡J Transportation
(
Th a t's Mors Th a n Some Do
“ Whoever told you you con'd play
golf?” Kne*-r«*d the expert.
“Who? Me?" asked the novice. “ I’m
playing Just as well as any ot the
other*, am I not?”
“W hy
man alive, you took 14
stroke* U> make the first hole!
Is
that what you call good playlngT”
“ Well. I hit the ball every time,
didn't I?”— Stray Stories.
NOT DESERT LAND
•
Oregon Fite Relief Association
Farmers Fire Relief of Butteville, Ore.
Agent
New Jersey Fire Insurance Co.
for
/ Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York
' Fire Association, Philadelphia
Believe It or Not.
H e was a stranger tn the w a y« of a
city and made his way about with d if­
ficulty.
He entered a large deport­
ment afore and waa standing near the
elevator when he heard the man di­
recting the ru nnln r of the elevatora
any; “Take the elevator to the right.
It w ill take you anywhere.”
So the »franger entered the elevator
with the assertion ; “ j wish to go to
the terminal station.”
<
•Take the next car,” came the quick
rejoinder.
LOW IN SCALE OF HUMANITY
V V
FOR SALE—1918 Ford roadster
$500 and 10 young fresh jersey
| cows. Oscar Bouck. Marion,
■ Oregon.
June 24-July 1
FOR SALE—Brand new 6 horse
, power gas engine, burns coal oil.
, Murphy-Gardner Lumber Co..
Stayton. '
June21-tf
FOR SALE —1 8x30 good scilo '!
and one No. Bizzard Ensilage 1
cutter. L- F. Rambo.
!
June 24-July 1
H
WANTED— Girl for general
I? house work. J. T. Hafner. Sub-
limity, Oregon. Phone 624
June 24-July-1-8
Save from
10% to 2 0
On Heaters, Ranges
Oil Stoves, Dishes.
Emaled Ware
Chairs. Rjockers
Beds. Springs
cTWattresses. Tables
A Store Full of Bargains
W e Buy Sell and Exchange-
Profits Divided
People’s Furniture & Hardware Stor 3
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271 N. Commercial St., Salem, Oregon
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