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WOOLWORTH PAYS S IL L
Six-weeks-old pigs for sale by G.
M r».N .G eym er was a Staylon visitor
Paul HlaKil.i and w ife ir e e>tK'cted
here from t orvallis to SHnd Christmas
with home foi >.
n r ^ i]
W. Rio'iards *n wes a Capita! City aio tw o rcq unites in me tomes,
g jt : olh at i cutio amp's.
F. C. Freres and w ife o f Fern Ridge
w ere visiting here Monday.
Jos. Koberlein an I w ife o f Jordan
were trading here Saturday.
Mrs. Carrie Beauchamp is spending
th - hi liia js «vit i I er son, Dr. F. E.
Beauchamp, in Albany.
Henrv Benson o f Sublimity was
business visitor here Tuesday.
M rs.M .E.Bruce is spending the holi-
c.iy» at Hillsboro with friends.
Mr. B xieker o f Fox Valley was a
i ’ «ess visitor here Monday.
Books, toys, dolls, bibles. stationery,
Ivo ry and leather good* it Siooer’s.
C.O.Crawford and w ife spent Sunday
and Monday with friends in Jordan.
John Bailey o f Sweet Home is here
v.siting relative till after Cnrtstmas.
M rs.L.H .D avis and two daughters o f
North Santism were nere Saturday.
Walnuts, peanuts, almonds at Beau
champ’s. Special prices in quantities.
V.J.Philippi, w ife and two children
o f Kingston were trading here Monday.
Don’ t forget the Xmas Eve dance at
Beauchamp’s Hall I rid.iy night, Dec.
r>u I Fresh and farnily o f Shaw visit-
cd u i the Chris Eisenhart home Satur-
Kerechel Sbreve is expected to be
home from the navy to spend the holi
Miss Ina Harold o f Kingston spent
Sunday visiting her sister Miss Della
Mrs. Esther Stamp o f Pendleton is
here visiting relatives during the holi
John Hafner Jr. ar.d w ife o f near
Silverton were visiting relatives here
M. C. Bressler o f Springfield, Ore.,
spent a few days with the Tyson fam
ily this week.
E.B.Day, w ife and two sons o f Goid
Hill are here visiting Mrs. D ay’ s sister
Mrs.J.W .M ayo.
Miss Gladys Rice o f Corvallis,
ter o f Mrs.Horace L illy w ill
Xmas in Stayton.
Mrs. Carrie Beauchamp went to Al-
bany yesterday to visit her son Frank
nnd fam ily tnere.
OF EUROPEAN WAR
"The Fruit of Folly”
Divine Foresaw Great Conflict
Two Years Ago.
“ WHO PAYS” NO. 11
HIS PROPHECY FU LF ILLE D .
Ona Yaar H a i Coat Mora Than Eatl-
ni.it* J Valua of All Proparty of
Unitili Stato« Waat of Miaaiaaippi.
Would Pay National Dobta of All
Philadelphia. — Rev. l)r. J. Henry
Suiythe. editor, author, traveler, lec
turer. chancellor o f the American uni
versity. Tennessee, tw o years ago last
February made the follow ing startling
prophecy while slin k in g at Knoxville:
"One buudred years or more ago Na
KEPT COFFIN THIRTY YEARS poleon.
lu the fiery flush o f manhood's
morning, was master o f all France.
E c c e n t r ic W a r V e t a r a n A r r a n g a d H i l
The Egyptian and the Austrian cam
O w n F u n a r a l.
iulgns were over. Russia was Invaded.
Newcastle, Ind.—Moab Turner. *«•«
England was threatened. 8pntn waa
dominos, flin.-li and many other game*
The whole continent o f Europe waa
when he suffered his first stroke o f pa
i>rostrate and parnlyzed. Millions o f
It was hullt from a great
untied men were In the field, and con-
Don’ t forget the friend you owe
walnut chest which had been lu hi*
Christmas p stai and don’ t forget that family for years. The coffin had been fllct and carnage raged rroiu the Tiber
in the Thames. But Nelaou (munded
In the care o f a local undertaker foi
Sloper has the big assortment.
Napoleon on the sea. and Wellington
pounded him upon the laud, and to
Clyde Thomas and w ife o f J o n ia i
gether they pounded him to pieces.
and M .H .T U ub and w ife o f Kingston ranged his own funeral, lived In Ten
Elba and Waterloo were but the blood
nossec when tile civil wnr broke out
were Stayton visitors Monday.
lie was conscripted by the south, and stained stepping stout's to St. Helena.
“ I f you will stand with mo toulght
after six months’ service succeeded In
FOR S A L E —4-year-old grade Jersey, having himself taken prisoner so that at the hinges o f history and look along
just fresh. See or phone Geo. Chris- he could Join the Union army. He was the sky Hue o f current events you w ill
see that war Is simmering in every
nian, Scio, Oregon.
12-23x captured at Cumberland Gap. exchnng
ed, saw service dally tn the Atlanta arsenal o f Euro|>e and every w ave that
breaks upon the shore Is red with
campaign and was again captured.
D.Townes and w ife and Mrs. P. H.
blood. Yet Tientsin and Fort Arthur,
Lam bert o f Mt. Pleasant were trading
Havana harbor and Manila bay w er«
SHE IS QUEEN RAT CATCHER. but the shifting scenery, moved by the
with Stayton merchants Saturday.
hidden hand o f God. In the aw ful anti
Girl of Twalva Demand* Bounty on unending tragedy o f time.“
Mrs. Elmer Dodson and baby and
Bodiat of Savantaan.
“ W e estimate the cash coat o f the
Miss D eitz ut Aumsville were visiting
Marinette. AVIs. — Pearl Purl meteor, European war to Aug. 1. 1015, at $17,
at the Jno. Kiphart home Saturday.
twelve, has given another proof o f wo 000.000,000,“ says Dr. Smythe, “ while
man’s encroachment on provinces here
other known losses will nmottnt up to
D. L. Tyson o f Ashland, is spending tofore occupied by men.
She took make a grand total o f $40.000,000,000.
the boli lays with his parents, C. M. seventeen dead rats Into the office of No one can have even the faintest con
Menominee's city clerk anti asked for ception o f what $40,000,000,000 maybe.
Tyson and w ife, north o f Sublimity.
the bounty o f 5 cents a head.
It I* four time* all the coin In the
FOR S A L E — A fine, pure-brel. Hoi- I In the number o f rats caught Pearl world. If this sum were measured out
stein bull calf. H a lf white, half Mack. | Is second only to Lloyd Mason, the in twenty dollar gold pieces and they
champion six-year-ohl rnt catcher of were placed side by side on the rail
Menominee, who ha* killed and col
way track, on «*nch rail, they would
lected bounties on fifty-four rats
cover with gold every line from New
“ E xit 1915 and Resolution M aking’ ’
York to the Pacific ocean, the two
will Le disc sse 1 by Rev.E.B.Lockhart
Canadian lines Include«!. There would
at the M.E.church next Sunday morn
lie enough left over to cover each rail
of the Silierliin railway from Vladivos
ing. lie will take up “ Some Curious
tok to Petrograd. There would still
Opiniors o f the Modern Young Woman
remain sufficient to rehabilitate Bel
by home Young Men Critics’ ’ tn the
glum and to buy the whole o f Turkey,
evening. Miss Jeanne Shreve will be
at her own valuation, wiping her finally
the lea ’er o f t h e Epworth League
and forever from the map.
service at 6:o0. The public is invited
“ Or » e may figure In some other
to all these services.
fashion. The average workingman In
America eums $518 per year. It would
take 00,000,000 years' work to pay tho
coat of the war up to «late, or 00,000,000
American laborers might pay It off In
fam ily— the K O D A K is a present for
one year If all their living expense«
the whole family and can be used every
city water bureau has noticed an ntunr.- were paid.
month o f the year.
Prices $1.25 to
‘Tile cost o f a year o f the great war
in j increase in the water used In this
$27.50 at Ee.iuchiimp’s (Kastmans, o f city. Inspectors and registrars alike is n little more than the eatlmato«l
were unable to account for It. People value o f nil the property o f the United
who seldom used water except to ivnsli States west o f the Mississippi river.
The Real Fact.
I d have been seen Indulging In iini.nz- It Is nearly c<pinl to tho total value of
“ They say Jones failed fo r $50,000.” Ing quantities.
Men who have not all the property In Germany, $48,000,
“ No, he didn’t. H e failed fo r the used It ns a tipple for a long time have j 000,000. ns estimated In 1000.
want o f it.” —P.altlmore American.
been forsaking bars and clinging to
water attachments lu public place* In could have been bought for a less snm
before the wnr liegan. It could be had,
lieu o f pumps.
on a spot cash sale, more cheaply now.
P l o w 'd T c i r , ?
Analysis o f the water discovered a
We offer Ono Hundred T-'darr. Tb> peculiar taste. It was like tlirce linger* This snm would have paid for all
iverd fo r a r y euro c f C olon a t2 rt o f Bourbon diluted to the eighth de the property In Italy, $13,000,000,000;
c a rro t Lo cured by H e ll’s Catarrh gree. Thl* faileil to solve the mys : Japan. |10.< smm » si ,<»« i ; Holland, $5.000,
iWO.OOO: Belgium. $7,000,000,000; Spain,
tery, however, as no one supposed for
<i¡.000,000.000. and Portugal, $2,500,000,-
F. J. C H E N Z T & CO.. Toledo. O.
a moment that a distillery had been
j 000. It Is three times the entire yearly
77.', tiio un lend. c l. 1 . known I'. J.
Che:. 7 f o r t h e In
V. y> __ j , r.nd b e lie ve
earnings In wages and salaries o f the
him perfectly ho. mb’ Ii nil buslnera
By accident the key to the puzzle ha* people o f the United States. $15,500,
trar.e ictlono and I me'-illy able t > enrry
Just been found. One o f the IiiH|ie<- 000 . 000 .
out nnv obligation; mad3 1 •• Ida Cm.
tors o f the state health board patrol
N ATIO NAL EAMC O. COrfMST.CE,
“ The (lr*t year's cost o f this war
Toledo, O. ling the water shed found several elder would pay tin* national debts o f all the
H e”.*a Catarrh C re It tn'-ei internally, mills along the Malden creek, which nations In the world at the time the
let!::: «‘ rectly Ur- l the bio I and mil- supplies the city, were dumping the
war broke out. I f nil the farms, farm-
loci rurfac-n « i t i system. Tent I-r. on boll
lest fr e. I t '- ’ io ccr.tn p t bottle. Held waste and pulp from the iippl«*s used , Ing lands ami factories In the United
iy r't T'n.— !v.s.
In ranking eider Into the stream This States were wijied out o f existence the
T*!: j Hall's "a n ilr “ ilia for cocs'.ipaUon.
pulp, fermenting In the shallow places, cost o f this war would more than re
produced the alcoholic Juice that lent place them. I f all the [»ersonal and
It* peculiar applejack flavor Inter no
real property o f hnlf our nntlon were
tleed In the city water
destroyed or If nil earthquake o f In
Even the fish showed the effects credible dimensions should shake down
! Fishermen reported tin t the fish would every house from the Atlantic to the
not hife. but seemed to lie running Pacific the waste would be less than
i around recklessly In the water and In- that Involved In this war up to date.
j dulging In antics that no iish In Its And such an elemental catastrophe
I right mind would think o f
would leave tiehlnd It no costly legacy
o f hate.
then the aftermath—good God,
FLOOD LIFTS COW INTO TREE the “ And
Miss Zora Stowed secure i the dress
pattern given aw. y at t h e Wilbur
John an I Minnie Selbernagel were Woolen Mul Store Saturday.
over from Jordan Saturday.
The severe wind Monday night blew
Little Lucille Gaspell will go to S a a transom out <f the Stayton Stale
bank. Some blow for Oregon.
lern Frida« to visit ren.ti.t-*.
li. A. Schaefer an I w ife visited at the
P.aleigh Harold home Sunday.
Canéala Old Circuì Or lit of Si Conta In
Town of Co I oid.
W atertow n, X \
F ra n k \V. Wool-
north, tuuu.v tlm i's a mtltloimlre. in
worth at leant SO «'eut* le-** than vvUt'M
he arriva«! here
It w a * a |K*r*l*ieni
eroilltor known far ami wide In tin*
Ì sta tion as “ Huckleberry Charlie' Sher
man that took Mr Wool worth's uioiih
Forty years ago. when the tdg syn
dicate man and “ tluv.. ..•uerry Charlie’*
played as boys In the Ileitis near Ore it
Beliti, the future multimillionaire need
ed Just &<) tents to » o to a circus II.at
had struck town. On Charlie’s money
they both saw the show.
Recently, us Mr. Woolworth ullghted
from his automobile. Charlie was on
hand to press his claim.
worth did not temporize. lie acknowl
edged the debt. and. what’s more, he
“ W e are both from the same town,
yon know.” explained Mr. Woolworth
after the settlem ent “ It seems gissi
to see Charlie once more, even If It
has cost mo half a dollar. Anyway,
that was the best show I ever saw.”
See this unequalled Photo Play
H E IN IE & L O U IE In
SUNDAY NIGHT PROGRAM
“IN THE BLOOD”
Two Part Regent Film
“ C O P P E R S ” — Comedy
“ H E R A C T I O N S ” — Drama.
A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY
NEW YEAR TO ALL
S ta r
T h e a tre
Tinkertoy, bid’g blocks,
TURN FAUCET AND GET
A present for the whole
Enjoyed Until Cider Makers
Find New Dump For Refuse.
Really and Truly We
Wish You a
Other Freakish Stunts, | It
Steals Barrel of Vinegar.
Frederick, Md.—Queer freaks were
played by a cloudburst which swept
■ over a section o f Frederick county.
County Commissioner lYniik M. 8te
: vens o f Crengerstown lost tw o e m u
j He found one.of them tn the fork o f a
I peach tree seven feet from the ground
; Samuel Gelsbert o f Crengerstown. who
thought he had taken every movable
! object from his cellar, lost a barrel o f
Happy New Year
ARE WED IN LOCKUP C E L L
Ohio Bride Wanted Caramony to 0 *
“ Out of Ordinary.”
S indusky, O.—Miss Luella MnrtJn o f
Toledo and James Edward Weasel o f
Detroit were mnrried In a cell In Pnt-
In-Bay village lockup by Justice o f the
I'cace Homer Ramey.
“ W e want something out o f the ordi
nary In the way o f n ceremony," said
the bride elect.
“ T ry a Jail cell,” suggested Squire
| Ramey. And they did.
Kill Big Brown Bear.
Nevada City. Cal.—A 3U0 pound brown
| bear was killo<3 by Albert Buck and
Henry Bever while bunting their atock
In the vicinity o f Moores flat. The foot
prints o f the bear had been seen for
weeks. The dogs got the scent and
soon had the nnlmnl treed. Buck took
one shot and brought the bear to earth.
There have been several bears seen In
the northern part o f Nevada county,
and they have been a menace to the
Saw a W hit* Crow.
Harbor Springs, Mich.—A very un
common freak o f nature hae lately
been observed here In the shape o f a
snow white crow, which mingles with
a flock that makes it* home «m nnd
about the Thomas Kneale farm. I t Is
all white excepting a spot on Its tall
and one on Its breast and furnishes a
strange contrast to It* black coinpan-.
DON'T SUFFER FROM COLD FEET
IN ANY SENSE
I have a largo stock of Warm Slippers waiting to he
carried away, and your friends and relatives will ap*
predate a g ift o f that kind.
Oct them now whilo
a good selection.
For Eveiy ill there Is a Remedy, For Cold Feet the Answer
is WA Stiff Upper Lip and a Pair of Lancefield's Slippors”
Lancefield’s Cash Shoe Store, Stayton
Remember always that a
box of our superfine con
fections is always an ap
propriate gift to your Sweetheart, Mother or Sister. T h e
goods are always fresh and clean. T h e subscription to a
magazine will give lasting reminders, and a box of our choice
cigars will be appreciated by almost any man.
Redeemed in your own city at no cost for postage or registra
tion. Bring your coupons to me, I have over $200.00 worth of
premiums on hand now. Magazines and Newspapers.
J. A. HENDENSHOTT, Proprietor,
GEM C O N FE C TIO N E R Y
HAVE YOU SEEN
The beautiful display of Christmas notions
at J. R. GARDNER S CASH STORE?
There are Dolls, Teddy Bears, Tops, and
Rattles for the Babies. Trains, Games,
Blocks and Mystic Erectors for the Boys.
Toilet Sets. Work Boxes and Doll Cradles
for the Girls, and many dainty, useful, ar
ticles for the older people.
DON’T FORGET THE PLACE
J. R. Gardner’s Cash Store
Last Call Before Xmas
Only two days more to get one of those
A Dress Pattern
A Pair of Dress Shoes
A Fine Pair of Slippers
A Set of Dishes
A Beautiful Lamp
A Dress Shirt
NUTS, CANDIES, FRUITS, ETE., FOR XMAS