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BURNS. OREGON, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 19. 1901
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Oge, or‘'James the Younger,” set-> procedure of IrMh courts-martisl
A MEMORY OF
tied upon the luuds of Dervock.
were in 1798. Of M'Kinley's trial THE NEW TAX-
name of‘Shamsit Oge” may no record remains. Yet well enough
THE YEAR '98 i be The
found among the list of those to we know how it must have fared.
: whom a contract or the it aking of' It wtft not long later, in trials snp-
¡a road along the shores ofi pored to \>e civil, that one man j
Fri-aiilrnt Alelilnlej’a (telatile l Ixjrtgh Neigh was issued in the year | achieved fame by sentencing twelve IBank Forms for Hie ltepurtu
Shot in Coleraine.
1(188. In 1709 David M’Kinley, men in one dtiv in Kildare. Will-| of County Clfìrteii (lave Uor.u
of Dervock. was a collector of the j iam M’Kinley, calle«!, was confront-,
“hrarthtax” in Antrim. From; ed with his witneesee. They were!
Hardware of Erery Description.
In no country outside the federal his time the names of David and I the men in red coats, whose tongues
William reappear in the successive’ burred alien speeeh, whoha«i taken ; Secretary of State Ihtnbas La*
ui i : xm .
union will the tragic rnd of Prcsi
generations of M'Kinlevv, of Der- the ammunition frotA Dervock, an«l prepared a blink form Wr the re
dent McKinley awake a keener vock
It was tho grandson offfialed its stout-hearted owner to'
sympathy than hero in Ireland. De I M'Kinley, th« hearth tax such justice as the wolves give the ports of County Clerks under the
It is fitting that this should be so collector, who went with the Ulster stricken deer. Witnesses for th« new law regarding apportionnwit
of state tuxes. Under the act
j for many reasons. The country of, I'oited Irishmen, and so mot death defence there were none, could be the lust legislature ataD taxes will
Of David of fbo hearth tax and none. There was no defence. The
which William McKinley was ruler
his wife, Hannah, were bo.n four’ facts were obvious. In ten minutes j be apportioned after 1905 on tLa
i has given shelter to thousands and
stalwart sons. James, John. Peter the prisoner was sentenced. The ( basis of county c-xiienses. In order
I thousands of Irishmen, and he him and William. They were smart young lieutenant who acted as sec ¡that tbe county expenses msy be
It. (!. LF.VF.JiS,
X JOHN V. BIUGI li.on.lrnt,
self comes of a stock that gave a stern men of strong bodira and res- rotary jotted six lines of record, ' determined, tbe County Clerks are
ligo. FRY, Caalner.
required to make reports «pan uni
j martyr to the Irish cause, far away oltite minds, and with bold brow» flirted the ink from bis cleft quill
form blanks prcjxrol by the Sec
: jin the North of Ireland lies the and prominent now3 such as have pou to the cobble stones of the mar-' retary of Slate.
t grave of a kinsman and namesake for geaciations marked the M'Kin- ket-placc, ami the trial was over,
This part of the -ne w Uxuu_por-
who died a hero’s death for Ireland lay men.
! Within the hzlf-hour its verdict wa» I
law will be beneiicial in
The oldest son, Jane» M'Kinley.' «’arrie«! out. With three others Will-
I little more than a hun Irvd years
many respects. Heretofore there
ago, in the stirring times of’9S. went early to America, and from iam M’Kinley stood up facing lhe
has been no means of compkrlwm
Fhe William M'Kinley who Las him descended in regular line the firing »chad. One can imagine the
I just died, was the chief executive present William, who, by a strange' scene—thecruclredlinesofsoldiers: between the different countieff to
asce.tain which keep their ex
of the greatest nation in tlie world ! coincidence, became Washington's' behind them the glow«;ring people; I
A General Banking Business Transacted.
The William M’Kinley of 17?* Accessor a hundred years after’some fierce voice on tbe autekirts. penditures within the lowest liajits.
Directors: W. Y. King. I R. Geer, Geo. Fry, W. E. Trisch I I
JL’Lder tbe new law fhe rrp>rV of
fought in the war for frith inde
ite own^ront of ......................
light, ahouting out i
J. (’. Welcome.
the different counties will Iw t#hu-
It was by a junior line oi the in tha Gaelic curses ami cries of
pendence, sustained in hope, no
»•oeeeces »eo« e > »«loeeeeo
lated, and it can be determiuuw at
Idoubt, by the example of American family that the William M'Kinley anger against the murderous n«l-'
a ghmee how the cour.iie« spend
indej>cndence already achieved, of 1798 inheritc«! the family home coats an«l tlfeir callous officers.'
their money. The 4*ccor.nta to be
OFFICTAL 1 iinncTOR?.
and defca'ed in the unequal strife, o' the M’Kinley's of Dervock. And Then the four men, their bands and i
rendered do not inemde expendi
was not treated as a prisoner of i he wa9, as his forefathers ha«i been, 1« gs tied, but no bandage hiding;
• ¡Atx ar OMKGON.
tures for road purpusea.. A.t .-ill
war, but shot in Coleraine market-j a sturdy yoeman, tilling his acres, from their eyes the last sweet look '
........... ... iJokfph NiWHI
the counties will report in exactly
(3. w M< Hrl<lr J II. MeMULUM*.
pla<*c on the Gliding of a drum fearing his (iod and fearing naught at the blessed dav, their back»
M A M oa 4«
the same fortu. comparisons can
1 1 husta« T ot ku «
head court-martial. Of course he! c!«e. This William M'Kinley was braced
»raced to some bit of
ot dead wall,
l> h. N. Nl»rkb«iru
be made: A3 the ¡>eopk- will thus
was n Protestant—or.e < f the race! a vlose friend of Henry Joy i looking all about for the help that
T 1 O«Br
learn wherein their own couvtr
T I. unabar
*»<t«UU . of »IM«,
that gave M'Cracken and Monroe i M,bracken, leader of tha Ulster j could not come. The firing squad
administrations arc extravagant,
to Ireland. Nothing is better in “rebels.'and an ardent ailtnirer of of fifteen or twenty men, arine«l
J. II Ack«rtn»n
■ a»l Cub tu»«o*«Uua.
the new law will in thia respect
w H. Leed»
• lau Fr later.
Main Sk>—opposite Bank.
these days than to recall to mind yh«» Emmets, the Bhearea, Lord ! with flint lock muskets, stood very
<C. K Wol»«t«-.u
tbe fact that in Ulster ami Leinste* Edward Fitzgerald, and Wolf Tone, near, looking with curious eyes, in
.. h< 8 H«u
tF >. Monro
—at Baliiniihinch anil Antrim, as WtP-i, the great organizer was in which there was liule of kindly I The law governing thoae reyoria
provide/:“* ' ’
NINTH 1 VtUCIAl DISTRICT
well us on the hills of Wcxtord—j France, plying his quest for effici 1 feeling, ujxm tho doomed victims,
M D. Cllffurd JY] AF.SDF.N A Cf.AHY
“By the ! jth of January of each
a B Miller
Protectants and Ciitholics fought! cat French aid, the United Irish The mnsk. ts held at the shoulder,
W. !.. Maroden,
John W Geary,
the County Clerk« of the sev
V ■ LAND OFFICI. BUKX8.
and fell together for thecauseof men of Ulster were among those with the eye glancing down the
I’t'yticiane <t Snrgeone.
........ U<^0 W I1«y*n ’
shall prepare, ù|X>.; a
Burnii, Oregon, human ’.ibertv. The revolutionary who strained the eve, day by day, brown barrel, were aimed at the
«n»», Newell 1
blank form prescribed and furuiEh-
idea arose in the North, and its for the sight of the French ships condemned. So when ‘‘the school
st residence, 'Pilone 20.
od by the Secretary of State, a eow-
adherents were the Protestant with their braided- by sails, and ing bullet leaped across and taught
Joint Hruator ........ ..., J. W. Morrow '
I. S Gear j
friends of the Catholic cause. The floating proudly at their peaks the them whence they caxc."*it may cise tabulated sUtcumut of all the
•• Reprea *ntaUv« ....
Jama« Sparrow H , KLKI.H. M. 1»
Couaty Jud««» .. ..
great struggle was fought out in tricolor, which was then over all be that because of uncertain aim ■ expenses of His county for »i:e pre-
j ceding year, except expenses for
( A. Venator
Wexford, and wi'h Father Murphy Europe the emblem of liberty. in the little group some muscle
J Geo. Ilnx<*y
roads and highways, which state-
Phyeieian and Su rye on.
and Father Roche during the ter Bu4 bright hope» faded, and in I twitched, sonic tense form writhed,
..................... . ...H. Riebar«!»r>n
ment shall be certified to1 by bitu
rible brief campaign were Bagenul wild desperation the people took stained with gushii.g blood, some
bheriti ..................... ...
such County Clerk and forward
it A. Miller
Trnaaurer ................. ....
over Voegtly'a hardware Harvey and many other Protestants the field in Leinster and Ulster,; lew voice mo?ned for mercy, Then
to the Secretary of State and a
A«a«a»ur .................... ........ J<>e Buchanan '
store, Main St.
whose lives were giyen for Ireland trustihg to themselves a'.oue. It all wa& over. After that whaf
thereof placed oil file in
Hupt, of Kehoul« ...
There is nothing wonderful, then, was not given to William M'Kinley happened? Who knows? What
Nurvayor ................. ............. Geo. WliititK
:(1 the fa< t that William M’Kinley» to die iu battle. A quantity of usually happened in such cases, no his own office.”
Coroaer ..................... Or. W. L. Mansion
It is then provided that tbe Gov
ptuai â I’KJJ-».
of the M’Kinley’t of Dervock, arms and ammunition deslined for doubt—the family hurried from the
Black Inspector .... ... Lon Rù^iardeon
Secretary of State and Statu
J. W. Ridir«.
! county Antrim, wont to his death the United Irishmen lav concenle I old home, dispersed over earth.
Treasurer shall ascsrtaiu during
with the United Irishmen in 1798. in theJYervock house one diy when Presently another name wasjknown
J untie* of the I’eace ............. D. Taincec.n
the month of J muarv of each year
Canatabla................ ......... Geo. Tregaakia
althouiih Antlim is the ultimate a party of troops came up>n it un in local circlet, by the added words
111 KM, OlIECON.
! county of l ister, the farthest-hung awares, and captured the stores “of Dervock.” The children of a the amount of money to be raised
CITY OF BURNS.
¿nA Office in Bank building.
C. E. Kenyon.
bit of Irish soil that parts the fiet- and their guardian a» well. For happier time played about the for state purposes, and this amount
i ting foam of tha Northern Sea. The William M'Kinley'a offence there huge stone sl^b that bears the j shall be appprtione i among th«
! counties prior to 190* on a ratio
U. S. Big,-a.
» yes a sixrox.
M’Kinleys, of Dervock. wore a sub was but one punishment recognised initials of William McKinley, oi in
\Y. A. Gowan
fixed by this law, and thereafter <m
The sturdy stone as adequate in (hose stern days’ riot glee chased each other up and
OKo W. HAYES.
JOHN 0 SAXTON stantial family.
ft C. Fol«»v.
basis of the average amount of
'»V. E Triai'li.
farmhouse in Dervock, “foursquare of brutal tyranny and deliberate down the long borcen am! about
expenses for a period of
to all the winds that blow,” still persecution. It" was death—death the tall blackthorn hedge. The
livitxa. O regon .
five years. That is, the Secretary
stands just as it did when they lived to fight or to stand, to run or to: familv disappeared, and were re
£*** ittorury tur St»'» School Hoard
in it, the Bfotie chimneys untroubled plot; death to have in one’s posses membered only bv the “shennachc’’ j will keep the record of count}’ t x-
by time, the thick walls solid as a sion arms or ammunition. M’Kin of the remote district, or by those ! ponses for five years, and at the
fortress against the assaults of age. ley was arrested by a detachment others whose business led them to end of that time compute the aver-
Brass f oi.au No. 70, K of 1*. yyil.llAMR A FITZOKKAl.tl
Manta every Thur»J ly night
The roof of the house was thatched of troops headed by a Captain! examine the records of the church I nge, and the counties will pay state
F M .Jordan, C. C.
i taxes in the same proportion that
Attorney at Law,
Notary Public, until a recent date when the three Hanna, ami away to th«* town of I — until lately, when the old Mc
H. Motherahead, K of It. 8.
their expenses bear to thè totat ex
Isiir, Notarial and Real Relate | feet thick of matted straw’ was re- Coleraine went the ptocession.i Kinley home has become an object penses of all the counties Tn the
¡placed with slate. The wide door There the soldiers took p«wcssion of more than local interest.
BURN* CHAPTER, 1*0. <0. O. E R
state. Thus, the county that keeps
way is filled by the familiar “hall of the Market-place, while the un
,Me«U »econ.l and fou.-tti Munday of
But before the McKinleys of
its expenses down will be required
each month in Masonic trill, Voegtly
I door.’’ The house is not old, as armed people stood abound with Dervock were scattered far, one
pay the least taxes. During ths
building. Mru. Maggie Leven», W. M.
jsubstantial Irish houses go. It was swelling hearts, but unable to save sacred duty they performed. Home
Mrs. Euuieo Thompson, Rec.
five yenrs the counties wilt
probably built in 1765 by tho Will- or succor. It was thedavofthe from Coleraine they brought the
state taxe3 at a fixed
iam McKinley of that date, who short shift and the swift bullet; broken body of the Irish partriot,
BURNS LODGE, NO «7, A. F. à A M. J? M JORDAN.
ratio, determine«! by taking tha
¡left his initials cut on an old stone not eo very far pist the time when and buried it in the churchyard,
Meets Satiird.i^on orbi-foro full moon.
seat that still serves the visitor to England hunters returning to some where to thia day the headstone| average valuations in the several
Q'talifiod brother» fraternally invited,
Practical Isind Surrcyor.
<:. E. Kenyon, W. M. F. S. Kinder,
lord's strong keep after a clay'd over William McKinley's grave counties during the past twe years.
Bnrns, Oregon, I rest upon by Dervock door.—
This plan was devised to remove
W. M’K., 1705.
sport would toss blazing torches reminds the passer-by ofthe stormy
incentive to low valuations.
But long before 1765 theM’Kinleys into the thatch of cabins in pure times in Irelands history, Dublin I i
it has been productive of
BURNS LODGI», £0. 93, A. O. I’. W. g w. MII.LKR,
haff lived on the spot, probably in sport, to see the half-naked children Evening Telegraph,
Meets at l!|u«n hall every Friday eve
for nearly every .coun
a ruder dwelling torn down to make pour out of the low door, their blue
ning. Visiting brothers fraternally in
vited. Thos Sagers, W. M. Chea. N.
room for tho present house. Their v ever
” ■ ...
n a a aa
av , ■ V* ,
a««v, < a
** , *
no longer have Any-
precise origin is in dispute. Some hair failing about their faces. And
Don’t . 7.
lx* satisfied with
Office at Storo.
bv making low vai-
i say that the M’Kinleys were a woe betide the prisoners captured relief from indigestion. Kodol Dys-
will have the
HARNEY LODGB, NO. 77. I. O O F.
pepsia Cure permanently and com
Scottish race that settled in Antrim by the yoes!
Meets »vary Satnpiav evening, B-ou n’s
into the stale
wanted - several i ^ krhons oi - char during /ames l's plantation of Ul I "For them was hot time* for an honest gotsoon,
hall. Visiting brothers fraternally, in-
ai'trr amt rood reputation tn each »tatclone In
Frank O. Jackson, N.G.
thia county r»<iitlred)b> repreoent a>.<! adverti»«* ster ; others stoutly maintain that If missed by the judges he'd meet a dragoon,
And whether the nojera nr judge« gave aintivee 1 lows the tired stomach perfect rest.
old •ol»hli.«he<l wealthy hiialnaaa hou-c nt auliti
C. G. Smith, Secretary.
tiiaui lal »landing Sa'ary III <M weekly with they were of pure Irish stock, and Th»diviia much time w*« allowed for rcpiut Dieting won’t rest the stomach. Na
oapeii»e> additional, gli payable In ea<n raclt
Eruptions, cuts, burns, scalds
ture receives supplies from the food
Wrdneaday direct from head office», llorae
a sub-tribe or branch family of the
TUI.ECIRCLE, NO. 163, WOMEN OF and carriage» fipnt lu-«l. wb»n n«eeo>«r<- Ilei
sores of aJI kinds quickly hell- -
Woodcraft. Neels 2nd and 4th Tues erauce. KneMwe »elf addraaaed ateniped en great house of O’Neill.
JJte Witt’s Witch Hazel Salve.
day at Browq’a hall. Mrs. Till!» Jordan, velope. Manager. ¡ISCeitou Rnlhfiog. < bl«e«o i this may be, it is fairly certain that
^’Kinley and three others
Cartain cure for piles. Bewaic of
.Mrs. Iona Whiting,
during "the reign of Charles II,' were “tried by drumhead wurt- you eat and can’t help but do you Counterfeits. Re sure you
The Northwest Livestock and
| James M'Kinley, sou of another, martial. Not even Zulu s trial in I good. H. M. Horton, Burns; Fred original—DeWitt’s. II. M. Horton.,
Wool Growers’Journal und Items,
Burns; Fred Haines, Hurney.
James M’Kin’vr. called “Shntuus Franco gi»’es tu an ides of wb?t tbe Haines. Harney.
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