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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View This Issue
A Clean Scalp and Healthy Hair
Many of your friends have found that a luxuriant growth of hair soft
and glns.»\ and a scalp free from dandruff will result from the use of
This is the procedure—
Wash the hair with warm water and a pure soap—rinse thoroughly—
rub the scalp with a stiff brush apply Mtrsutone—rub it i n well and dry
the hair before combing.
Mease understand that Hirsutone is not.merely a hair wash—it is a
tonic a food.
■ W h ile it th o ro u g h ly c le a n s , it a lto p re v e n ts b a c te ria l a c tio n -n o u r is h e s
a n d stim u la te s th e ro o ts of th e h a ir--rc m o v e t a ll d a n
d ru f f —p re v e n ts its r e tu r n —a n d p re s e rv e s
th e n a tu ra l b e a u ty a n d c o lo r
o f h a ir
Nyal’s Hirsutone should be on your dressing table.
It sells at 50 cents and $1.00 the brittle.
Whatever a good drug store ought have—and many things that some
drug stores don’t keep—you'll find here.
BEAUCHAMP'S DRUG STORE
The STAYTON MH1L
Published every Thursday by
E. M. Olmsted and W. C. Parrv
Entered as second class m atter at the postofiice at Stayton,
Marion county, Oregon, under the act of Congress of March 3. 1879.
All communications should be addressed to T he S tayton M ail .
St. Louis politicians discovered that they left vacant f o r
yours a job paying $9000 a year. Can you imagine the consterna
tion in that old town?
A Michigan bride gave her husband capsules containing cor
rosive sublimate, which is one way to try and relievo a husband of
the high cost of living.
Sarah Bernhardt carries 200 trunks with her on her Ameri
can tour. She has more trunks than has the elephant department
of a three-ring circus.
The committee investigating the high cost of coal reports
progress. It finds that coal is high because those w h o sell it
charge a good deal for it.
Judge Anderson says the jury in the dynamite case at In
dianapolis convicted one innocent man. But it was another case of
being found in had company, anyway.
Nothing succeeds like success, and nothing is so popular as i
popularity. Witness the numerous Woodrow Wilson Clubs th a t ,
have sprung up since election. Wonder why?
The Turkish envoys to the peace conference art> evidently 1
running a cold-blooded blutT. They will probably accept whatever
is offered them when it comes to a final show-down.
An electric current of 100 volts is said to have a foot! value
equal to a porterhouse steak. Still, most of us will be content to
let the other fellow have it, despite the high cost of living.
CARSON ASKS VIEWS
OF HIS CONSTITUENTS
HAVE WE YOUR
--------- BANK ACCOUNT ?
The hank that a young business man seeks to place his
money with is of supreme importance. It hns much to do
with his chances for success. We are serving some of
the largest concerns in the city but don’t hesitate be
cause your halunce may he small. Keep a few hundred
to the good all the time show us that you are in earnest
and that you do business in the right way.
Then, when you need assistance, we’ll I k * pleased to have
you come to us.
We loan money on good real estate to clients t this bank.
Stayton State Bank
HOW’S YOUR SOLE
Wednesday at 2:30 p. m., Mrs. G. D.
Thomas, Pres., tl, K. Kossrll, pastor.
W utters the old re lit* hie, is hack in
tlie shoe shop for the winter. Come
f r o m in.
The following letter
State Senator John A. Carson
For Sale Seven tuna of land plaster,
Miiliudist Episcopal Church, order of
is self explantory:
to he had at a reduced figure. Apply
services: Bible school at 10 a. m.,
Ladies and Gentleman:
W. A. Weddle. Slayton.
I A. S. I’anconal, superintendent-
P o sitiv e ly nil pa p ers s to p p e d on ex p ira tio n o f subscription
Preaching at 11 a. m and 7:30 p. m.
assembly will convene. Among
Midweek Prayer and Bible Study,
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.
The Balkan war cost $175,000,000, and the moving pictures many other matters coming up Bred cockerels for sale. Would
will be worth more than that.
Preaching every Sunday at ll'ii. n> Mace, Pres. Ladies’ Aid Society,
visability of making large appro trade two of them for equal birds
snd at 7:30 p. m. by Kev. A. C. Est
Thursday afternoon, Mrs. J. It. Card
Just to test the new serum in dispute in Europe, why not priations to cover the expense of of a different strain.
on. Sunday [aehool at 10 a. in., A. J
ner, Pres. Pastor of the church, E.
try it on the cost of living.
a suitable display o f Oregon’s
Caldwell, supt. H Y P U at 6:30 p. m.
Eugene d’A'bert. the pianist, has started his fourth suit for resources at the Panama Pacific For Sale Cheap—Sorrel team, 8 yrs. Mrs. Eaton, president.
Exposition t o be held in San old, wt. 2800, also wagon and harness,
divorce. Awful lack of harmony.
Jos. Hamman, Stayton.
Francisco in 1915. As one of tf
A New York man claims he can sing 6000 songs—but no your representatives I request
Madam, Read McCall's
body .will e\ er ask him to prove it.
you to favor me with your views stive Tablets.
C hurch o r tm * I mmaculatr C onorf -
The Fashion Authority
lion, dtavion; Kev. A. Lnitick
Oregon crops totaled in value $49,041.00 for 1912. A n d
M c C A IX 'S la a ta re* , a r tu tir , h «nit.
priest ill charge. High mu»« second
have my own opinion upon that
•<«ra«lv lU u ilr .U d IOO p « « « m o . l b l i
ever; year they are growing larger and more valuable.
OVER « 9 YEARS
foilrtli end filth Sunday* h.3ll n. in
. 1 1,at u eildtag la iha I,, pat.
m atter but as your representa
E X P E R IE N C E
Prio*t'* nldri'o: Sublimity, Dregm
"••• sad « f f l . l a . e r ed 1,100,000
A plot to overthrow the government of Portugal has been tive I regard it to be my strict
a * a < K m o n th
t . B ox ir auk ' s C atholic C h u r c h ,
K e r b i « u « l< iT Im fu l « f t o b lo n t .
w *irh. niU 'i.--M u« , 1 m ,I ■ tini««. an«i *> > ,« •
discovered, but Gaby Deslys is not suspected this time.
SublLni'y; Rev A. I.einck, rector’
duty to carry out your views and
•>r lai*>r m* Uiii amt ,i,oi,,r mmu ( i .U m
I LoW ini*-« h a . Hi., I>i c I i n ' i ' i |0:3ll
f T wrtinMi Th.ro nro mofo Ui*n U> ut
Champ Clark says he hasn’t taken a drink for eight years. wishes. In the past I have en
III« M « M <t«oi«ii« o f t h e r c l.t .r a lo d
A. in., tirat and third Sundays in ( I n '
MCCALL I'A T T E H R d In M i l U»uo.
deavored to do this and I shall
i month; high mass 10:110 A. in., *ec
M c T A L I. P A T T K H N H a n . ftn iio u . f .r
He had better not let his Missouri constituency know it.
lo . lit, ■ImplK-liy aud eco n o m y. Only
end, Intirth mid fifth Sunday* Ve*
TRADE M A R K S
faithfully try in the future to,
10 a n d l i N n u r
D is io n s
per* at eventide.
A man was killed as he was entering a saloon in a Louisana guard your interests and follow
T li« I w b l M ia n . . f M r C A t .t .'R w ll l » .a n d
C o p y r i g h t s Ae.
I lo » 1 , , , 1 , 1 , o r t l o l u r . « u t * In III« ro llili,«
• •n d in f a Ak«tPh and daacrtpttnn ma?
m o n ti*. In o reW t,. k r o ,. M r C A I.L 'N liro .1
town. Usually they are not “shot” until they comeout.
your instruction i n every de- nnlcklw
nini - h o u lilr r . a l .i v o a l l u tlio r w onnnt'a
A ientabl la. C o n tim inlc*.
lu v e n tk m la p ro b a b ly p m
m a ia iln r . at an y p u ro
* •' ric tly co n fid en tial. MAN
P a te m a
O BOOK oc.
M i* Al l. * m o i.iy tue a r a a r . | « . l n , r l r
Costa Rica's banana crop is her sole means of support- Cos- tail.
■ ont fr e e . O ld ea l a g e n c y fo r •• c Turing
u r in g p p ate
n n *■ h ' ~ Co. — re c e le r
P a te n ta ta k e n th r o u g h
wpreiak not Uè, without
T -» M.r IrUrl Awv n . . WrC,H f.H.r* f o ,
Services will be held every Sunday
ta Rica should be careful not to slip up on her banana crop.
^n' s ma*ter * 8 one 0 ^ t h e
greatest importance. Doubtless
n o n iiy ,n ir non r o p y o f M s C A L L 'ft . ir yrni
Preaching at 11 a, n»., and 8 p. ir
a b o rrii * q iu c k ly .
The Albanians have an aversion against paying taxes. In ; the exposition wiIj ^ the mo8t A h a n d io m g lf U'art rat *4 waafclf. ______H r
Sunday school at 10 a. m., Mrs. W. N
tw R«rAii norunr r* i « jm a
•ru t« . |3 a
c n la tlo n o f a n y » rian tlfin In u m a i,
Hobson, superintendent. Y. P. S. C. E.
thi s respect the Albanians are verj much like all other national- magnificent ever held. The oc- you r ; fo u r ro on th a, | L B old by all
Note %'* l-.f , lir.
( Al I »»«.Ir.-
f l h i» f rem im i, lU lufnr tisiRpl« i **| i «
<e'u • «talogu* «lot> fi«« on reqitnf
' casion justifies it. The nations MUNN & Co.36,B"**"’ New York at 7:30 p. m., Mrs. R. L. Dunn presi
dent. Ladies Aid society meets each
B ra n c h Offlca, «25 F 8 U W a sh in g to n . D. U
A surgeon is said to have received $25,000 for removing the ° /
®arth will be represented
there i n all the greatness o f
czarovitch’s kidney. Any nihilist would have done the job for
their wealth, splendor and re
T o take o u r place
S U B S C R I P T I O N S , S l o t) p e r y e a r i n a d v a n c e
A d v e r t i s i n g K iite s s o n « p p l i o n t i o n
C ards of T hanks —$ .50
O bituaries - $1.00 up.
$ 5 . Oliver Typewriter
A New York hen laid 72 eggs in an ice house, thereby sav among them and b e properly
ing the dealers the trouble and expense of putting them in cold represented will require a huge
. , ,
The people o f t h i s county
A man went into the office of a Seattle newspaper a
day o r should inform me what course
snd demanded &1000. Naturally, he was at once adjudge* they wish me to pursue in this
Send $5 for the Oliver Typewriter—the machine will come a-fiying. The newest Model — No. 5 the regular
matter. The women of Marion
$100 machine—with no extra charge for Printype.
Y^or the price of a good fountain pen you secure the World’s Greatest Typewriter. You can pay the balance
Now that Philadelphia people can get eggs for 24 cents a county as well as the men are
at the rate of 17 cents a day.
dozen, it i> to be hoped that they will wake up long enough to en- ‘nt®res^ *n this question and
This irresistible_J'$.r> offer” is sweeping everything before it. The era of universal typewriting is coming.
) and certainly ought to express
triumph of the typewriter over primitive pen-and-ink has been brought about by the same machine that in
themselves freely. They a r e
troduced visible writing.
On New Year's day 125,000 garment workers struck in New now legally qualified voters and
York. This regular walkout is as certain as the New Year swear- I am anxious to ascertain their
T B e _ a,
• , , «
. . I n conclusion I wish to say
A prominent Chicago doctor uses razor blades for surgical that j shall be pleased to hear
Opurti lions. I he barbers beat him to it they have been doing it from all, regardless of political
for a long time.
affiliation, because I am proud to
among my friends and ar-
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Tobacco is wortn three of a short note within the next ten
W in Success W i t h T h e O live r!
an inferior kind.
It’s the days?
Yours very truly,
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John A. Carson.
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