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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (March 14, 1918)
22 Million Families
in the United States
I Leave Silverton Aside*
The following from the Silver-
First Class Confections.
High Grade Pure Gandies
ton Appeal would indicate that
Silverton is to lie left otf from
Fine Cigars and Tobacco
the line of the proposed railroad
from M l Angel through Stavton
to Bend. It is reported that Sil - 1
i verton doesn’ t want to play fair
! on the question of right-of-way ^
through the town, consequently
the railroad will leave the town
I f each family used 4 cups o f flour less per week, the saving
one side. The Appeal says:
would be 22 million pounds or 112,244 barrels every week.
" A purported railroad survey
The greatest help housekeepers can give to win the w ar is to
is being made from Mt. Angel
make this saving and if can be done by using this recipe in
through Bethany and headed
place o f white flour bread.
toward the pudding river bridge.
The same men who hud Stayton
all agog over a railroad a few
", teaspoon salt
\ cup «¿aided m ilk
months ago are making the sur
1 cup white flour
1 cup corn meal
4 teaspoons Royal Baking Powder
2 tablespoon* shortening
vey. A party o f Stayton busi
ness men and the promoters of
Save J* cup o f the measured flour for board. Pour milk ovar com meal, add shortening and salt. W h en
cold, add sifted flour and baking powder.
R oll out lightly on floured hoard. Cut with biscuit cuttsr and
this line were in Silverton about
bake in greased pan fifteen to twenty minutes.
live months ago and met with
Our new Red, White an d Blue booklet , “ Best War Time Recipes.” containing many other
Commercial club in an endea
recipes for making delicious and wholesome wheat saving foods, mailed free—address
vor to create interest in the then
R O Y A L B A K IN G PO W D E R CO., Dept H.. 13 S William Street, New York
proposed line through this city,
but nothing ever came of the
meeting from the fact that noth
ing tangible could be gathered
from the promoters as to who
was behind the project.
dies who helped to do the knit seems now that the promoters
ting that 1 thank them very only intend that we shall be able
much.” Glen Porter’ s suit was to smell their smoke. ”
sent by the Stayton ladies some
K tr.'itr o r t iik c o n ih tio n o r t iik
time the forepart of December
Notions, Shoes, Rubber boots and Rubbers,
and Mrs. Allie Brewer, one o f
STAYTON STATE BANK
as well as u good stock o f Groceries and
the ladies who was knitting, knit
* ( s u M u n , In »he Siati* «>f O rrgon, «t thè
Canned Goods, Graham, Com Meal, T R Y
the sweater especially for Glen. Clune o i bufin e»« March I. 191H.
Other knitted articles sent to
I.oan» au<1 discount*
Mrs. J. W. Jackson is home her home Saturday and the fun him were two pairs of socks, Over«!rafia, «ucurta! ami utUMeur«*!..
99 . »9* 7»
eral was held Monday. She was helmet and gloves hut it is not Homi» ami W arran t*.................. .
from her visit to Michigan.
You can't beat it tor strength and flavor
aceti ritte«, judgiuetit«. vie.
known who kryt them, so Glen Stock«,
J. H. Johnston, of Lyons, was 70 years o f age. and leaves be
sides her husband, six sons and cou^ not thank them personally Forniture am! A ltu re»
in town Monday.
I»ue froin batik» (tiot re«*rve batik«»
l/lli Ift 1
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Due froin a)>prov«:4 ri**ervv batik«
Remher the German retreat at three daughters.
B. Klecker has received from check » ami other « a «I i Ile ni*
7 9 IO
Don't forget Lonesome Luke his sons, Joe and I^eo. photos of *
the Battle of Arras April 3.
KXI m ’U a C» .
Mrs. A. C. Stowell was up Wednesday evening.
themselves taken in uniform. Other resources
«r j &
Mrs. M. A. Lake was in town The boys are members o f the av
from Salem the first o f the week.
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White Oats for sale. Mayo & Monday from her farm home east iation squadron located at San
U ABI U T ! ES
of town. She came to send some Diego, and are both in the hand.
< a| it*) »tock pani in ___
home made candies to three of Leo plays cornet and Joe trom l'udtrldod profit». ............ ...... i.MI
A1 Hepburn, a former resident
Indi v ntual deposit» »ubject io > neck 197
her soldier boy acquaintances.
One picture shows the I Caahier
\ ,000 00 !
o f Stayton, was in town the first
Mrs. Roy Hall and son Jack of trombone section of the band, Time and 4aviUK» Depositi....
71.029 91 j
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o f the week.
eastern Oregon, are visiting Mrs. comprising eight men.
tut * i
t *7 .r+ J
Gilbert Stayton and wife, of
T h is is the time o f the year when the
Hall’s parents Mr. and Mrs. J. this number in the trombone sec
Washougal, Wash., are the par
yard and house should be gone over
tion. it must be some band when County of Marlon i
ents of a son, born the 11th.
I, (J. K. Munker».
Cashier of the above
and thoroughly renovated.
New cars are arriving every
named bauk, do solem nly swear that the above
Seed wheat and oats recleaned
few days and those wishing a ¡ng themselves.
tint your walls, paint your house, VHr-
at 10c per hundred pounds on
: and belief.
Buick or Chevrolet had better •at, and have both gained in
ti. K. M u x k iron. Cashier j
your wood work.
power cleaner. Mayo & Co.
Subscribed and sworn to before uie this 13th i
call on E. C. Titus at once.
! «lay of March 1911.
J. R. Miller returned to Philo
Lonesome Luke will be seen
0 . II. HKLTZKL.
KKfOKT o r rilK CONDITIO» OK TII y-
math Monday, where he hasj
here next Wednesday.
j My Commission expire» Dec. 27, 1920.
been doing carpenter work.
j Correct Attest:
Twenty-one of the Red Cross
J. W. Mayo made a business i
ladies met in the Red Cross room ■*! Staytpn, in the N u t * of Oregon, at th«* clone
W e carry a complete line o f paints,
trip to Gates the first of the
•f busine*» March 4. 1914.
Tuesday afternoon and knotted
paper and varnishes in all their
out three quilts and there will I k !,oan« and diM 'ouiiU
I U 2 .443 62
varying shudes and colors.
C. A. Silbernagel and wife, of three more ready Saturday a f > Tent raft* wn ?» i red and un »ecu red.
■mud« and w arrant«
A 727 92
Jordan, were trading in town ternoon.
6 ,MX) 00
The Rebekah lodge 'U n kin g house...................................
r has already sent in on? quilt. Furniture
me from approved reserve bank» . is .231 61
A play of Civil War times is
All loyal patriots come and Louene Thomas has pieced and heck» am! other cash item «......
Litte Yajik,” in which Dor-1
drink T for the Stayton Aux A. turned in two quilt blocks, so the
>ther resource* ...............................
has the title role and
j children are helping in this work
n which will be seen at the S ta r>
E. C. Titus reports the follow
L ia s ¿ i n » .
* * * * * *
WE HAVE LIME
i orm uo Theatre Saturday, March lfith.
* p ital stock paid in.
ing auto sales: Buick Six to Dr.
And Sulphur powder for pre
ijoouii Miss Gish appears as the daugh- j
H. A. Beauchamp and a Buick
paring you^ own spray, simph
ra n ter of a family with Union sym - 1
Four to Ben Gescher.
pnt in water. We also havt iidiviriusi k - ixisii * subjecttuctn'. \o4jkpi 1,1 pathies living in Kentucky. She
*«;mand certificate* of deposit.........
. A. Goode who
, has been arsenate
and ¡4avia** Deposits..............
59,328 75 Ventures into the Confederate
eonnned to her home for the past
lines, where her brother is seri- ■
T ota I................................. 9192,87? 2»
I have a client who will trade good small acreage prop
two weeks is reported much lm- i
ously wounded, and there finds a ,
erty in California for farm of about80 acres near Stay-
4t it'» C»f Or..*OT» f
romance with a young Confeder-
ton or Sublimity. California prcqierty held at $3000.00;
ounty o f Marioni
Assessor Grant Murphy has
client w ill assume difference in priee. See
, J. W. M AYO, »'ashler o f the bovp named : ate officer.
As she has a crafty h
a n k .d o Roiemiily swear that the above state-
been listing the property of the
In a letter to Dr. and Mrs. uelit is true to the bent of my knowledge and and unscrupulous admirer in the
residents of this baliwdck the
J. W. Mayo, t 'ashler,
person of a Union officer, who
Korinek, Glen Porter writes from »elief.
past few days.
rifib-cribed anM »worn to before me this 13th | ^ je tS i r tO the Confederate camp,
France as follows: "About a day oi Maerh 191 A.
D. B. Hill and fam ly. of Mill
as a spy, her romance is beset
week ago I received the knitted
City, visited his parents, A. Hill
Notary Public with many perils, from which /i
outfit sent me by the Stayton la My ('< m ini»»ion expire* Oct.. 7,
and wife, and other friends in
her own cleverness finally extri
dies. Gee, everyone is so good «.‘o rre c i—A tien» :
town Saturday and Sunday.
A. D. ‘ »AKDNkR
her and the "Johnny Reb. ”
. to me that I have about made up
W. W. K i . dk «
is said to lie one o f the
FOR S A F E ('Inver hiiy end Imled
Mrs. Mary Jane Kay, wife of my mjn(j t0 8tay ;n ^ e army the
J. M. Hr .«¡no
Apply C. I). Stayton. 3t9
J. E. Ray. a resident of Mill City re8t of my ,ife> TeIi Mrs. Allie
been allotted to Miss Gish.
for nearly thirty years, died at Brewer, also the rest of the la-
Subscribe for the Mail.
FOIt S A L E 7 foot douhle disc grain
The North Santiam District
drill m good condition, $2f>.00.
Sunday School convention held
Tate Sutdimit«. I'hone 172».
Dorothy Dalton, Thomas H.
in Stayton last Sunday was well
Ince’s new and magnetic star, is
fr’OK S A L E Mark mare pam 8 vear
attended both by townspeople
the heroine o f ‘ ‘Chicken Casey,”
old, wt about 1400. Aloia Title Mt-ha-
and country people. Hamman’s ma, Oregon .
which will be seen on the Trian
Truck brought up a load from
gle program at the Star Theatre
i LOST On the night of Feb. 28 in
1 the vicinity of the gym, Amethyst La-
Sunday, March 17. The play has
DOROTHY G SH
to do with the adventures of an | The sessions were held in the valier, Krnoch with Diamond act with
Pearls belonging to Mrs. J. T. Hunt.
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actress who plays a clever trick j M. E. church except the S. S. F inder leave at F'. & M. Hank and re
THE LITTLE YANK
on a young auther to convince classes and they were divided up ceive reward.
him that she is fitted for a rolej between the protestant churches
Comedy; ‘ ‘Love Under Cover.”
F'OK SALE Carriage and double
i which she desires.
It is neces-1 as there wasn’ t room enough to
driving harnesH nearly new, cheap, also
sury for the accomplishment of
SU ND AY
single rubber tired buggy. Curda C.
her purpose that she disguise buildings. A t 12 o’ clock all jour Cole.
neyed to the Christian church,
FOR e A L E Several Jersey Milk
I undergo a series o f startling ad and spread a bounteous basket cows. Apply Harry F'.. Chriaman. Iui2
She is "gam e” and dinner.
W A N T E D —Lutle pigs or sows thHt
a big help
1 the eventual discomfiture of the
Comedy; "Grab Bag Bride.”
will farrow soon. F'or sale cream sep-
and inspiration to the Christian
author is complete.
arator'and buggy. A. C. Vernon, h e n ,
W E D N E SD A Y
The play is said to be extreme workers in the district and all
ly amusing and offers excellent the churches reap a benefit from j The wind Monday blew down
not only to Miss having some of their workers at- a large bairn tree back of Ham-
Dalton, but also toCharlesGunn, tend and get in touch with the man’s feed barn. It fell across
THE STONE GOO
the new Thomas H. Ince leading religious workers from other the ditch and demolished son e
2 reels Luke, 1 reel Pathe News.
man, who appears as the author. parts o f the district.
Hot and Cold Fountain Drinks
All Prices and Style Box Candy
4 CUPS OF WHEAT FLOUR TO THE POUND
J. A. HENDERSHOTT, Proprietor
Corn Meal Biscuits
S H O E B A R G A IN S
Ladies Cloth Top Patent Leather
Button and lace Shoes all Rednced
Lancefieid Shoe Store
FOOD W I L L W I N T H E W A R
News From Ail Over The
A Full Line of Dry Goods
Possibly About Y ou or Your Friends
O ur 25c Coffee
J. R. Gardner’s Cash Store,
I Clean Up!
Brighten Up! !
Paper, Paints and Varnishes
Some Good Plays
L IL L Y
W A N T E D -A
Soldier Boys W rite
Geo. A. Smith,
i. Convention was
W ell Attended
Will be at the High School Auditorium
Friday March 22nd.