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THE STAYTON MAIL
1 8 th Y e a r , N o
S T A Y T O N ,
T. ROOSEVELT IS Candidate
M A R IO N
C O U N T Y , O R EG O N , T H U R S D A Y , A U G U S T
of the N e w Party
Serial N o. 862
MAN IS KILLED BY A N ew Physician PREPARING FOR
Has£™ ed 51ST. STATE
Dr. Frederick Andersen of Bandera,
He is a
j Texas, has located in Stayton.
J. W. Go**, Powder Export in Employ of k' ra'lL'ate o f the me<iical departm ent of Stile BoarJ of Agriculture Predicts Mart
i the University o f Louisville, Kentucky,
County, Fatally Injured Near
Thau U s u i Success for This
1 and also a graduate in Pharmacy, of
i Tulane University o f New Orleans, La.
Third Term Party Delegates Meet in Chi
cago to Nome Candidates for
Dr. Andersen has practiced medicine
! in Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, and at
MANY NEW ATTRACTIONS
TO BE OFFERED THIS TIME
JOHNSON OF CALIFORNIA
SECOND ON THE TICKET
IS TERRIBLY DISFIGURED
BY THE FLYING DEBRIS
Formei Senator Beveridge Calls Conven
country surrounding, and assures us
Cause of Sudden Discharge of Explosive
Visitors Will Be Royally Eotertaiaed By
that he has corne to make a home In
Officials in Charge
this part o f God’s country.
one time conducted an experiment sta
tion for research in tropical diseases in
Honduras, Central America. He likes
the looks o f our little city and the
tion to Order
With Theodor« Roosevelt nt th<- In-ad
of tho ticket, ami 11irum J*-hr non «I
A premature explosion last Thursday
afternoon on the road under construc
the third-term I*roierea»ive Party i*
making history lit it-, national eoitVi-n-
tion in ('hjrugo thin week.
The gathering wan called to order
former Senator Albert J. I
trm|Mirary rhairman. ’ A great ovation
occurred Tuesday when Colonel Roc ne- j
veil appeared and preaented an outline
Coherent action between thoae re- !
sponsible for National affaira and thoae
responsible for atate utTaira.
Thia he .
J o < * r * * * * ir /9oc + r
The Doctor has rented office rooms
The upper portion o f his
LOCAL MILL INSTALLS
AN EXHAUSTER SYSTEM
The Fifty-first assembly o f the Ore
gon State Fair will soon be the pointof
interest for the people o f the state o f
Oregon. This state’s greatest annual
event opens this year September 2, and
the prospects for a larger and better
assembly were never brighter accord
ing to the members o f the State Board
o f Agriculture.
The condition o f the
crops, the advancement made in the
past year in the stock and poultry in
body was badly burned and lacerated
MONEY ORDER OREGON SOIL IS
BLANKS STOLEN THEME OF BOOK
called the moat important thing.
Extending the recall o f judicial decla
Disappear From W ells Fargo Agricultural College Issues
Express Office— N o
Bulletin of Consider-
M oney T aken
loua to apply to Federal ua well a a
Establishment of machinery to
who was in charge o f the
blasting operations, was attempting to
tamp In a charge o f powder when,
from some unknown cause the charge
Beveridge of Indinria, who acted at
of the platform he atanda for.
the thinga he advocated are:
above the Stayton State Bank and is
tion by state convicts ne»*- Sublimity
having them commodioudy fitted up.
resulted in the death ot J. W. Goss, a
He is ready for calls at any time, day
powder expert in the employ of the
California the choice for rerond pince,
cialty includes chronic disease«
diseases o f women and children.
amemlment of both National and atate
When V. P I.anccficld, the ' local
"T h e Soils of Oregon” is the title of
Government aid for workmen that
bulletin. No. 112, by Prof. C. E.
they may become part owners o f the
o f the department of chemistry
bus:neaa in which they are employed.
o f the Oregon Agricultural College,
Alteration of the Government aystem
which has just appeared from the col
*o a public servant, when he cannot missing.
It seems that someone with a pen lege press, f o r
f r e e distribution
the people, ahnll at their desire, leave chant for collecting rectangular pieces throughout the state. It contains the
of paper with Wells-Fargo printed all results of some years o f work by the
Control of trusta through retention of over them in the backgaound, had en- college chemists on Oregon soils, in
the Sherman anti-trust law and estab tern! his store and abstracting them eluding analyses o f representative soils
lishment o f an interstate industrial from the place where they are always in different parts o f the state.
conscientiously carry out the wishes of
dustry and t h e state-wide interest
Joseph Petzel has purchased an ex
by the shower o f small rocks and dirt
which is being manifested, all tend to
that lodged in his flesh. One arm was hauster for disposing o f the sawdust in place the coming state fair in the fore
badly shattered and one eye was put his local mill. The machine, which is a ground as being the best in its history
35-inch Sturtevant, was delivered on
o f fifty years past.
A physician was at once summoned, Tuesday and is now being installed.
Including the magnificent agricultural
It generates suction enough to gather
and in response to a phone call, Frank
exhibit which will be on display at the
up and carry away through pipes all
Leslie ot this city went over in his ma-
fair this year, visitors will receive roy
the sawdust from the various cutting
| chine and took the injured man to Sa-
al entertainment at the hands o f the
and planing machines. Pipes are being
lem. Although quickly put under the
Board of Agriculture.
installed, leading up to each machine,
care o f physicians, complications set in,
shooting tournament will be an addit
and these will empty on the dump across
and the unfortunate powder man died
ional feature, together with a dog show,
the next morning.
enlarged racing program, a larger col
The local yard has been receiving
lection o f free attractions and many
When injured, Goss was loosening up
lumber in goodly quantities from the
special entertaining features never
material with which the convicts were Petzel mill at Fox Valley.
to work and no one seems to be able to load came down last week and three seen before at the fair.
account for the explosion.
The de this week. It is planned to handle a ment features will be more elaborate
ceased, who was a resident o f . Salem, carload a day, or at least four or five a this season, and the Board has given
week, in the near future.
special attention to the installation o f
leaves a wife and three children.
a model Children’s Playground and the
A goodly number o f Sublimity folks baby show, which is to also have space
enjoyed the show at the Stayton Theat on the program, wifi be the largest ever
seen in this state.
er Surday night.
Albers Bros, are building a grain
"Owing to the fact that our agricul- warehouse a t Kingston.
commission to regulate industrial con kept, absquatulate*! with t h e same.
The n e w
ditions governing monopoly prices to Nothing else had been taken, not even , tural lands are settling up rapidly with structure, which will be 30x40 feet, ad
tie controlled where these concerns a small sack of silver that was handy. 1 people from other parts o f the country joins the Corvallis & Eastern tracks,
Mr. and Mrs. I.anceflcld were both who are naturally unfamiliar with con- and will be used for loading oats for
deal with the necessaries of life.
Adoption o f a number of measures away from home for a short time Sat ! ditions and desire assistance in the s e -1 shipment. Henry Crane has charge of
to secure "social and industrial justice urday evening, and probably it was at lection of farms,"says Prof. Bradley, the construction work.
this time the theft was committed.
i "a great demand is coming to the ex-
to the wage workers."
j périment station for information as to |
Legislation to increase popular con
the adaptability and comparative value
trol o f all Governmental agencies, in
cluding a National law for Presiden Payment on all the orders stolen has o f our soils. It is hoped that the pres-
tial primaries, election of United Sta been stopped, and the thief will huve a ! ent bulletin will serve, in a measure, to 1
tes Senators by direct vote, the short hard time to fill them out and cash give information meeting these d e -!
ballot, corrupt practices acts, applying
A disastrous fire was suffered last
Jo primaries h ; i well as elections, quali
" I t is pinnned to present the chem Friday morning hy August Zoellner, a
fied adoption o f the initiative, referen
but like all theories, one might be cor ical work of this bulletin under two
dum and recall.
farmer residing near Mehama, when
rect, and all might miss it a mile. Ev heads, Part 1 dealing with the more
his home and all his household goods
Strengthening o f the pure food law. ery community has its embryo Sher practical side of the question and con
were totally destroyed.
Establishment of a National Health
lock Holmes and in this instance we taining the results o f analyses of var
T h e fire broke o u t . about seven
Creation o f a permanent Tariff Com would like to ask h i m w h y anyone ious types, arranged according to coun o ’clock. Mrs. Zoellner was at the barn
mission to study the effeets o f protec should pass up $15.00 *n silver and take ties, and Part II embodying the result; doing the morning milking, while Mr.
tion and the relations of the tariff to a number o f blank money orders that o f the more technical investigations on
Zoellner was securing a horse from the
would have to be forged and then sold?
The fire started in the kitch
The end of the blanket revisions of Can you beat it?
from the stove, and tho
the tariff, saying changes should he
made schedule by schedule.
before the blaze
HERE ON VISIT
Measures to relievo tho high cost of
was detected. Mrs. Zoellner rushed in,
living, among which are suggested e-
in an attempt to save some furniture,
limination of the middle man.
As an evidence o f metropolitan life.
but the flames had already gained too
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lau o f Santa Bar
Fortification o f the Panama Canal.
The Coburg Journal o f Coburg, Oregon
much headway, and she was singed and
Free passage through the canal f o r bara. California are visiting relatives
prints the following, which Stayton
coastwise traffic and equal tolls for all and friends in this city.
slightly burned about the head before
merchants might copy: "Th e Coburg
Other ships, whatever flag they fly.
she could emerge. The house was an
start for Honolulu about September 1,
Navy to he built up steadily until re
Mercantile Company is going to put a
old log structure, papered, and the
duction of armaments is made possible where they expect to make their fu wash basin and towel in the rear o f the
blaze spread rapidly. House and con
by international agreement.
store for the accommodation o f th*
tents were a total loss.
cal director of the Y. M. C. A. in the
country ladies, who wish to wash their
Relatives of the Zoellner family im
California city, and will continue i n
hands." Evidently there is a dearth mediately came to their assistance, and
HERE'S YOUR CHANCE
this line o f work. Mrs. Lau was for
of water around Coburg. Sometimes, i they are now camping out until other
merly Miss Norma Gardner, daughter
too, we wonder if that storekeeper arrangements can be made. Undaunt-
I f any lonesome men are looking for o f A. D. Gardner of this city.
never washed his own hands.
*-'<• by bis misfortune, Mr. Zoollner is
preparing to rebuild at once.
helpmates, they might be able to find
Convict Ship Success, Built
In 1790, Crosses the Atlantic
EARLY MORNING BLAZE
BURNS MEHAMA HOME
their fate by writing Mayor George
Cottcrill of Seattle,
lie has on file the
letters o f two eligible», living In Ore
gon. who want husbands, "large, well-
built Hnd as near physical perfection as
While the Mayor is not
running a matrimonia! bureau, he is
s’ ill n strong advocate o f domesticity
and chivalrous enough to be willing to
help the women, should anyone apply.
Both o f them a r e under thirty-five.
One is a widow, the other a spinster.
PHYSICIAN TO STUDY
RETURN FROM TRIP
Dr. A. C. Eaton nnd wife of Stayton
0. F. Korirrek nnd w ife
started today for Portland where the j Thomas anti hi* hotter half
doctor will take a postgraduate course town Sunday CVentng after
in Chiropractic and also a special course weeks camping trip to the
RACE HORSES FOR FAIR
nnd L. L.
Four carloads o f race horses arrived at
their three the state fair grounds from California
iast week. The intention is Lo train
and get them in shape for the races to
in treatment o f the eye and ear. Mrs. of the MeKemie.
They made t h o
Eaton will go for a vneation with a round trip without an accident of any be held during the fair anil for which
cousin who lives i n t h e mountains sort and arrived home tired and dusty many handsome purses have been offer-
i e*i by the fair association.
Photos by American Press Association.
ItRIVIN Q at Boston recently, the convict ship Success completed a voy
age that is considered the most noteworthy feat of seamanship since
Columbus sailed his gallsnt fleet In 1402. The Success Is the oldest
known ship afloat and Is the oldest which ever crossed the Atlantic
ocean. She was built In 1790 by coolie labor In India. She sailed from Glasson
dock. Lnucaster. England, on April 15 for the voyage Just ended under com
mand of Captain John Scott The Success la built o f teakwood throughout
After sailing In the spice trsde for several years she became a convict ship and
as such the dwelling place of England’s worst malefactors. There «re score«
of cells below decks— little, narrow, dark, damp cells which lock with a big
bolt on the outside. On either aide of the lower deck ar* horror striking black
holes Into which refractory prisoners were placed. These pieces arc two feet
eight Inches across, and air Is admitted through a few small holes In an Iron
plate. The ship is equipped with flogging posts snd chains. The satis still
carry ttie arrows, the English prison sign. At the lower right corner Is a pic
ture o f Captain Scott, while at tho left Is a view of frames to which convict«
were tied to be flogged.