The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current, July 26, 1917, Image 6

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    From All Over T tn
R oy a l B aking P o w d e r m akes it possible to pro­
duce appetizing; and w h olesom e cakes, muffins,
com bread, etc., w ith few er eg g s than are usually
"~ ~ \ J
! ossi blv A bon t Y ou or Y our Friends
required.
In m any recipes the num ber o f e g g s m a y be re­
duced and excellent results obtained b y adding
an additional quantity o f R oy a l B akin g P ow d er,
about a teaspoon, for each e g g om itted. T h e
follow ing tested recipe is a practical illustration:
SPONGE CAKE
B1R FC TIO N S —B oll »u g a c an d w e te e
until »v ru p spin* a th re a d an d a d d t o tha
atiftiy b eaten w h ites o f egg*, b ea tin g until
t h t m ixture i* co ld
Sift to g e th e r three
tim es th e flou r, salt a n d b a k in g p o w d e r;
b eat y o lk s o f e gg s un til th ick ; ad d a little
c t a tim e flour m ix tu re a n d egg yolks
a ltern a tely t o w h it# o f egg m l atu re, s tir­
ring attsr each addition. A d d 'f* cu p co ld
w a te r a n d flavoring. M i* lig h tly aud
bake in m o d e ra te o ve n o u * hour.
1 cup suear
H cup w ater
2 teaspoon* R o y a l B a lin g P o w d e r
1 cup flour
1 teaspoon »alt
J* cup c o ld w ater
1 teaspoon flavoring
ROYAL
method c a lle d (or 6 eggs
and n o b a itin g p o w d e r
T h e o ld
B A K IN G P O W D E R
L
sty
M ade from Cream o f Tartar, derived from grapes,
adds none but healthful qualities to the food.
EN D
S A LE
Keep Cool by Using
Leave your laundry at Forest , Mrs’ (] f* KI° ri,,ek
Fr*d,,y
Mack's Barber Shop.
afternoon for Junction City for a
, ,, , ,
,
visit at the home of her sister,
Mrs J. K. Gardner is home Mn? w c Farry.
from her visit in Junction Citv.
.
,, ,
Norwood hskew went to Salem
new Mlgs
last Saturday morning, where ne
Big variety of sizes at Slopers. has secured employment during
Peter Deidrich was a Salem the vacation period,
visitor Thursday.
Lois Bracken, who has been
E. T. Griffith o f Aumsville employed in the hotel at Mill
was a Stayton called Tuesday.
City, returned to her home a few
LILLY H A R D W A R E CO.
ÄS***
A N D
These Hot Boys But
Perfection Oil
Ed Dougherty o f Jordan was day8 a>ia
transacting business in Stayton
M*ss Marian Alexander left
Tuesday.
this morning for Junction City,
J. W. and A1 Phillips o f Coon where she will visit a couple of
4
Hollow were trading with our weeks.
i
Geo. Neitling injured h i s
merchants Tuesday.
m
thumb quite seriously a few days
Fly Paper
m
ago while working in the rock
m
Sticky or iwison at Sloper s pj^ p r Brewer took several
Drug Store.
m
stitches to close the wound.
A
chance
for
you
to
stive
m
on
ey
on
a
num
ber
o
f
m
11 W. F. Folli» and wife spent
The Howell Sunday school gave
m items you w ill need. T h is is not a sale o f e v e r y ­
the week end at t ascadia, and a picnic last Sunday in Taylor’ s
thing in the store, b y any means, but is m ade up o f
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report an enjoyable trip.
grove on the Little North Fork.
m good s here and there throughout the store. W e
Mrs. Dr. E. H. Hobson o f Scio A large crowd was present and a
m w ent through ou r entire stock and w h erever a short
is spending a few days with Mr. good time is reported.
m piece or a small lot. or a slightly m ussed piece o f
and Mrs. W. H. Hobson.
J. P. Williams and daughter,
m m erchandise w a s found, on w en t a green O dd and
Mrs. Luther Stout has been Miss Ella, are home from a visit
E
nd
Sale
Price
T
a
g
—
and
w
e
certainly
put
low
m
spending a few days with her to Portland.
While there Miss
m prices on these tags. B e lo w are listed on ly a part
parents
in
Salem.
Williams
attended
the sessions of
m o f the bargains that w ill greet you at this sale.
B.
F.
Berringer
of
Mehama
the
Educational
Association.
WE ADVISE YOU TO BE HERE EARLY
m
was trading in Stayton Wednes­
A large number of Stayton1
m
15c Cynthia Crepe, now.................................... 8c
day.
people are planning to attend the
15c fancy Summer Goods, now..........................11c
annual
camp meeting o f the
Mrs.
Dan
Dodson
of
Deer
Island
20c “
“
**
“ ........................ 14c
35c Sport Cloth.....................................
26c is visiting her mother Mrs, J. W. Christian church at Turner, Or.,
m
25c Dress Crepes ................................
18c Kiphart for a few days.
which opens Saturday, July 28.1
I
1.25 Ladies Princess Slip
..........
....... 88c
The regular monthly business
Mrs Ada Highberger of near
1.00 Men’s Fancy Dress Shirts................. ...... 65c
meeting
and social of the Chris- j
ü
Aumsville was a Stayton caller
60c Men’s Sum: . • Ui
38c *
tian
Endeavor
society will be
25c Boy’s Summer Shiits and Pants..................20c
Tuesday,
held
Friday
evening
at the resi­
70c S ilk ......................................................................25c
Ì®
J. W. Mayo and family have
dence
of
C.
E.
Daugherty.
v®
been rusticating in the Tillamook
is
country for several days.
Arthur McKenzie of Linn coun­
mi
\
,
»
'S 'S % S
ty was a business visitor in Stay-
j ton Tuesday.
Joe Kobeline and family of
F A R M A N D C IT Y L O A N S
Jordan were Stayton visitors Money to Loan - I Have Made Arrange­
ment 8 for loaning eastern money, j
If you are paying a high rate of interest, w h y not refund
Tuesday.
will make very low rate of inter- I
your loan at a lower rate and mere liberal terms. It is not
eat on highly improved farma. II -
Mrs. Oscar Applet of Lyons
mer H. Smith, room 5, McCorn: rk
good business to pay a higher rate of interest than the
v as transactihg business in our
Bldg., Salem, Oregon,|Phone 96.
city
Tuesday.
market demands, nor is it good business to keep your sur­
tf. ____________________________
Louis Geisler of Linn countv
plus funds on time deposit at 3 to 4
per annum when
FOR SALE —1 black driving mare |
was a business visitor in Stayton 7 year old gentle weight about 925.
6 °/c can readily be secured on first Farm M ortgages. If
Tuesday,
Will sell or trade for cow.
you have m oney to loan or w ish to refund or secure a new
Leo J. Rock, Stayton Ore.
Joe Silbernagel and family
one, call or write S. H. H E L T Z E L , Stayton, O regon.
spent Sunday at the K. Geisler FARM LANDS-The Government needs
Farmers aa well aa Fighters, Two
home in Linn county.
million three hundred thousands Acres
Joe Hamman and family left of Oregon & California Railroad Co.
yesterday for a trip over f he j Grant Lands. Title revested in United
States. To be opened for homesteads
Columbia highway.
Mrs. Dr. Brewer and sister and sale. Containing some o f best
lands left in United States.
Laige
F R O M S P O K A N E IS N O W
Mrs. G. L. Brown motored to Copyrighted Map, showing land by
Salem and Gervais Tuesday.
sections and dexcription of soil, climate
O D D
Don’t Cook Yourself
(). '•:.!• /inn -nnn o f Mohu a LxGrandcget* washing powder
v >s n Staytoi , ,!!• ;• T
and metal poliah factory.
Salem Laundry agency a t
Foundation in for Doll and
Mack’s Bather Shop.
Kaufnum brick block.
S. H. Heltzei was a Salem \ is-
Henry Mutachler has returned
it >r Wednesday.
from a tour of Washington, ld-
John Fast o f West Slayton was »ho. Montana and a portion of
a Slayton caller Wednosdliv.
British Columbia.
Norma Stamp ia visiting with
R°v* Jameson of Astoria wiil
l a Frank at Shaw this week.
occupy the pulpit at the Baptist
J. A. Hendershott made a bus- cL,hur<* ''ext Sunday July 29.
mess trip to Salem Tuesday.
Everybody cordially invu*L
N o P h o s p h a te
N o A lu m
f
|
Cook Stoves
W o have them in
One, Two and rhree Hole Sizes
C om e in and see them
As
Long as we Live
DIAMOND DYES
W ill Continue to be the Standard P a ck a g e dyes ol the
W o r ld —One o f the Characteristics o f D IA M O N D D Y E S
is that the colors they yield are perm anent colors. It re­
quires neither experience nor skill to use D iam ond D yes
successfully. c A full line o f colors can be had at
J. R. Gardner’ s Cash Store,
Stayton, Ore.
Here is a Real Bargain Opportunity
D o ll’s
Sash
S to re
R ^ a ir ä Mach. Shop
Why go to Salem for your
work when we can do it?
M O T O R T R O U B L E S O U R S P E C IA L T Y
rainfall, elevations, temperature etc.,
by counties.
Postpaid One Dollar,
Choice complexion powders at Grant Lands Locating Co, Box 610
9-27
Sloper’s
Portland, Oregon
New Line of CQIgates
Dr, Brewer reports the arrival WANTED 10 or 12 Loganberry pickers
of a daughter at the home of to carnP at my yard, one mile east of
Mr. and Mrs. Geo Smith July 24. Marion, may give adultH work in dryer
Mrs. F. F. Foster left Tuesday
morning for Portland for a short
visit with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Philippi, of
For
Kingston, left yesterday on an
J
Home of Best Pictures
auto trip to California.
Crias. Gehlen and .J. M. Shep­
SHOWS - Wednesdays, S t %
herd visited Falls City and other
urdays and Sundays
Polk county towns last week.
Pr.one or Call on
The city o f Hubbard has let
the contract for paving l j miles
of their main streets.
K ngston, O re.
Miss Hilda Williamson, of Sa­
North Bend box factory will lem, is visiting her sister, Mrs,
adJ sawmi 1 to increase output. J. A. Hendershott.
Stanley A. Starr is spending a
Congresj promised western
railroads increased pay to meet ^ew days in Portland, being
H IG HEST PRICES PA D
iwcrca. ed wages authorized by called there by the illness o f his
-------- law but have given no relief. A mother.
•.
Oawego Smelter here| starts bear cin live a long time by
Frank Siegmund and Henry
Z. Oct. 1, on ore shipped from S'in s ' ir -r its paws but a great in-¡Schroeder were Salem visitors
Saturday.
, industry cannot.
^ ^ernardino, Cal.
STAR THEATRE
If in the Market
Chevrolet or Buick
f our or Six
Bring Your Old Iron
and Rubber to
»AMMAN’S BARN
0 . M. f aker,
Agent
Ladies
Pumps.
and
Children’s
White
Goods
Oxfords and
not included
in this Sale.
Lancefield Shoe Store
ICE CREAM
CLASSIFIED
Any Flavor You Like
ADVERTISING
Any Quantity You Wish
Wholesale and Retail
Packed so you can take it as far as you like
AN EXPERT AUTO MAN
At Brown’s Auto
Bargain Sale of
of evenings expect to start picking
about July 16. Telephone Farmers 33
E. E. Pengs.________________ 2 n t 2
FOR S A L E -W hite leghorn cocker-
7-26x
FOR
house.
tr“ i' nestcd ■tock- Good lay*
A,|,lrcM A- McKenz'c*
•
Scio, Ore., Rt. 2
SALE -A firat-clasa modern
Inquire at Gehlen’s Store. 29tf
FOR SALE OR RENT The building
known a» Stayton Garage. Inquire at
29tf
Stayton Feed Store.
FOR S A L E - -Angelus Player Piano
and over 100 rolla o f muaic. Geo. E.
Balsiger, R. I). Selo, Ore.
7-26-62
FOR SALE -Brood sows heavy with
pig.
Inquire of Seatak & Thomas,
FOR SALE A thoroughbred Duroc
Jersey boar, weight about 400 Iba. Alao
some atock hogs.
Apply to VV. F.
Harris, North Santiam.
AUTOMOBILE BARGAIN Good five
pa senger car for $225. Dave Pugh’s
<•: r i t Halvoraen & Burns Garage
Salem Ore.
30-x-J
HENDERSHOTT’ S
Newport
Charming Resort
by the Sea
Those who seek rest, and
sea-shore recreation, will
find abundant opportunity
at Newport.
Am ple hotel accommoda­
tions, cottages or camping
arrangements.
Low Round Trip Fares
Daily Trains— Each Direction
Ask our nearest agent for folder ‘ 'Newport” or write
John M. Scott, General Paxsenger Agent
Portland, Oregon
SOUTHERN
PACIFIC
LINES
See our Clubbing offer in another column.