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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (March 14, 1918)
Has the Largest Circulation of Any Paper in the Santiam Valley
24th. Year, No. 11.
st a y t o n
, M a r i o n c o u n t y , O r e g o n , T h u r s d a y , m a r c h
S ay ten Red Cross
Can't Dodge Uncle Sam Tax Officer Will
Doing Its Bit. I ..._
_ _ J. _ Stevenson,
_ _ _ _ _ _ a _ logger.
i was arrested Saturday at Detroit
The War Savings Stamp cam
paign is to be launched through
out Marion county on March 19. .
. . .
and will continue for four day». \tK>n Stay ton. While we have allefced mis-statements on his for assistance in final preparation
Slayton has been apportioned ! not *x‘e? Ray' n,f much, we have ¡questionnaire.
Stevenson was of Income Tax, Corporation Tax,
Each month has taken before the Federal court and Excess Profits Tax returns,
$18,000 to he raised through the been doing,
Eugene and by it sent to I am now authorized to assign
sale of these ntamps by January averaged a good attendance to
work and as good showing of Portland.
Income Tax officers for such
1, 1911), and this is an extremely
finished work has been turned in
In making the assign-
small sum to ask of us.
as any in the country. The fol- i Stevenson returned his question- ments every consideration has
Then* is no investment on the
inurket today that is us attrac lowing articles were mad*- and pa|re without having it signed been given in arriving at the
tive from an investorsstandjsunt forwarded to Willamette Chap- before a notary. The question- most advantageous locations of
as these stamps, no market fluct ter: 60 towels, .‘12 operating leg narje Was returned to him, but these field officers with the result
uations can effect them and they gings, 38 pajamas. 11 handker- aH he had moved, it was return- that your district will be served
bear 1 per cent interest com chiefs, It lied socks, 7 pillc ws, 4 ,.,j j n th«.* meantime the local as follows:
Income Tax officer Jack Littell
pounded quarterly and are to run hot water hags, all donated ex- ^ office had learned that some mis-
oe stationed a t the Court
until 1923. Every child in the
at Salem, from and inclu-
county should be encouraged to
13 to and including
buy them as it teucheH them
th rift and not only that but it is
an(f a wife and three children living March 16, 1918. Said officer will
a most effective wav to heln our
a home made cook book of at Mehama, who were dependent have all forms required for mak-
v the world
I»Hthe b « l r.ctK-> W" can g*th- „„ t,im f„r »,.......
An invert- in* the return..
government to make
The Treasury Department has
safe for democracy.
the time for filing In-
Without giving the m atter any
returns to April 1. 1918,
serious thought some have been
heard to say it seemed a large
sum, but is it? Think of the
because her husband had visited ughly familiar with the provis-
amount of money that used to
go over our bars, and the money M e t h o d i s t C h u r c h her while she was sick in bed ions of the Income Tax Law with
... , ...
and told her that if she did not regard to their obligations should
we are spending for amusements
sign she would not receive an al- at once make inquiry of the
and luxuries today. Then think
lowance from the government in above mentioned Income Tax offi-
of OUR boys “ over there” and
he was drafted.— Capital cer, or write this office direct, as
Bee if any sacrifice we can make
this will be the last opportunity
here at home is too much com-
to do so.
pared with what they are making Prayer meeting every Wednes-
Following is a report of the ¡day evening at 7:30.
| in Slayton, Mrs. Stevenson be-
After April 1st an extensive
will be made, taking in
War Savings Stamp sales in the
Meeting of the Sunday school ing a daughter of M. Hass,
the entire state, and heavy pen-
county made by the county chair-! l>oard the second Monday of
man: Quota for Marion County ¡every month at 7:30 p. m. Of-
You will see something differ- alties will attach where persons
$972,000.00. Total sales to date, ficial board m< ‘ting the same ent in “ The Stone God” at the liable to the tax have failed to
$50.112 04. Standing of towns, ¡evening at 8 o’clock.
'S ta r Theatre next Wednesday, disclose their liability and to
Salem, $27.499.68, Wood burn 8,-; The
a t' In less than three months
is from ^make s return on or before April
3ti8 84. GervaiS 7,690 55. H ub-fowjnp to thp a rtjnn 0f Silverton the time it wn organized by J.“ - 1918-
bard 4,047.42. Silverton, 2.228.23 creditors. who would not consent; A. Churchill, state superintend-
Milton A, Miller.
M;“ < ity, 2.084.95, Aurora. 1.-, the appointment of a board of ent of public instruction. Ore-
582.87, Stay ton, 1.373.99. Mac- j tniatPeH and continued operation io n ’s Junior Rainbow Regiment
leay, 911.24, Jefferson, 630.47, of the pjant on a p)an that woujd j was recruited to full strength of
St. Paul, 484.76. Mt. Angel, 411.-' eturn t0 t he farmers a dividend 1000 members. Each boy or girl
72. Monitor, 383.96, Atim-ville, !on the debts they have against to qualify for membership had to
279.86. Sublimity, 228.58, Turner the management, the Scio C on- ' sell $50 worth or more of war
Willamette Chapter A. R. C.
217.47, Mehama. 124.82, Wacom denged Mi)k Co wij| he declared savings stamps. Another regi- of which Stayton is an auxiliary,
is badly in need of funds and
bankrupt. The liabilities are $65,- nient is being formed.
All loyal citizens will attend 000 with assets, not in cash, of
Don’t forget the date March want, each aux. to be self-sup-
portihg if possible..
16th Silver T 2 to 5.
T in the Elder building Saturday, about $57.000.
Bearing this in view Stayton
Aux. has decided to give a silver
tea March 16 to raise money. At
this time wafers and tea will be
served for 10c but larger pieces
of silver will not be refused as
the object of a silver tea is to get
all the silver we can.
Mrs. J. M. Ringo, Mrs. Chas.
Brewer. Mrs. A. S, Pancoast
and Mrs. Archie Caspell are the
committee in charge. The date
is March 16th from 2 to 5 at the
Elder house on 3rd street,
High School Play
Now is the Time to Plant the Garden
And Help Uncle Sam Win the War
This is the Place to get Garden Seed
And Help add to your Bank Account
Serial No. 1152
T H E S T O R E T H A T U N D E R S E L L S B E C A U S E IT S E L L S F O R C A S H
West it j
At Jersey Herd
A very short little letter from
‘n a most modest w'ay
what good Jerseys in the hands
of a good man can accomplish.
With the average production
of all the dairy cows in the
“ I have head average of 700
United States less than 150 lbs lbs. butter per cow for eleven
per year, the man who has a head. This includes all the cows,
herd average of 500 lbs, per cow I have sixteen Jersey cows, but
may well feel that he has accom- they have not all finished their
plished something. He can real- tests as yet. In the eleven head
ize that his cows are of a kind t .at have finished or almost fin-
that are found in only a limited ished their tests, are two senior
number of herds in the country, two-year-olds, and one th atstart-
And what then of the man ed a t fifteen years and six
with a herd of sixteen cows, months of age. This last old cow
whose average production of but- will make 700 lbs. butter and is
ter is above 700 lbs? They.are stifled and crippled at that. She
extremely few and far between, has finished her eighth month
We personally know of only one with more than 56 lbs. of fat.
such herd in the United States.
"My cows are practically all
If »he Holstein, Guernsey or Ays- daughters of Foxnall Fern Lad
shire folk have such a herd they or Rosaire's O’-ra Lad. My herd
have kept it in the dark, for we bull is from the Mamon’s Cary
can recall no article showing herd, and carries 50 per cent of
such a wonderful average. The the blood of Roraire’s Olga Lad;
one herd of which we have know- 25 per cent of the blood of St.
ledge belongs to Mr. F. A. Doer- Mawes Poppy, with a record of
fier of Silverton, Oregon. The 1.120 lbs. butter, and 25 per cent
Jersey world may well feel hon- the blood of Gertie’s Fern Prin-
ored to pay homage to this man Cess, for whom I paid $820 at
whose light has in a measure auction.”
been shining brightly only on the
We are promised a more com-
Pacific coast. There are many ; piete description of thi3 wonder-
breeders of prominence to whom fui herd and hope to present it
his name will be very familiar, | jn the near future.—Jersey Bul-
but here in the Centra! States ¡etin and Dairy Work.
and in the Eastern his fame is
little known except to those who j T T T « ,„ * and have a cup
keep in touch with the Register > d he,p the A R c . next Sat_
° f M ' r'n W°flk‘ v
Mr. Doerfler has achieved a you are invited too.
success that may truly be styled
phenominal, and deserves all the
Curtis C. Cole and family
praise and glory that the Jersey Linn county attended the S.
wrorld can shower upon him.
' convention Sunday.
cTVIRS. DENA cTWACK
Wishes to annouce her opening of
CGME AND REGISTER FOR THE FREE HAT
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You’ll enjoy seeing
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 21, 22 and 23
DOLL’S e a S H STO RE
Mr. Bob, the comedy drama
staged by the Stavton High
School Student Body last Friday
evening under the able direction
of Miss Eugenia Melnturff was
a splendid success viewed from
A LARGE LINE OF SALT
The cast was composed of
Margaret Schaefer, Caryl Ruble,
Rose Hottinger, Ruth Roy, Roy
Follis, William Ryan and John
Susbauer. Every member took
their part splendidly and reflected
groat credit on themselves a n d !
'th e untiring efforts of their di-j
The music which also added i
much to the pleasure of the ev
ening was furnished by the high |
school orchestra directed by their id
teacher Prof. D. C. Davis, and I
they sustained their reputation
KOB.DY UNDERSELLS US
for furnishing high class music.
A neat sum was realized for the
gym. The play will be given in |
: Jefferson Saturday March 16.
ESTABLISHED 14 YEARS
Outing Flannel going
to 40 cents per yard
soon. You can buy
much cheaper now.
Word to the Wise is Sufficient
W. F. KLECKER.
j T and wafers 10c at The Silver
IT Sat, March 16.