Laidlaw chronicle. (Laidlaw, Crook County, Or.) 1905-19??, May 28, 1903, Image 4

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Published livery Friday at l.nidluw, Oregon, by tl •> Chronic I«' I’ uh. I’o. W H A T O T H E R S S A Y K I C K E R S ’
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I- li il I*if • v in i « iii l liuti li I .ii 'litAt l »!■ pmi
J ohn A. S eahuky . Managing Editor.
I
il \ NI. I.itlv. 1 .isti * , Kci * I la*»» Ih
t f o u n t t Preaa.
E d i t o r •* M a l l e fryjintf*.
«*r. Mi ilu >tl ini aliti ti. « t«* l’un lmi|¡ m tun » it.it
l’o I I kk Sriisi'KiiiKua
F lorence S e a iu r y . Associate Editor.
al H |> m Stimiti» m I' oo I 11 i
Who'll inuke the fir«t kirk?
W. I I Suiula
mi . . 1 Im «lian fcitilcatur 7 411 p m cicli M
uli
He I i.l Rulli'lm I .Mil» 1
unit« l.iendly miggeatiomi.
A* re- tlai I r.un mrcii.i^s cicli Moliti.t> ricini \
C I><> you nmimbir, at a
how
HKVOTK!> TO HIT INTKI!K*|S OK . H.H’k «SH NTY IX CKNKKAI
thvtor* of I’olilic opinion we mm^to ! al 7 JO f « lut k
ilclijchtrt!
you
w
er©
with
your
Aral
LAIDI AW ANO I III IKKIOATKO I’KITMOI' IN ItHlUTIU!.
Prineville Keview
The Laidi’.»* retlcct. uii.l u coiliiiilliiicutioli “to ye
8 TKVKNS f Truly mu event at that
l'hronicle ina» he "piitting it all over" .alitor»’ often make* the w»v cu*y for
I 1 in r O lv « Y O U * 1IOY a
R lc s m m n t N i t i d e .
S L ’H S e N I P T l O X R A T E S
I n v a r i a b l y In A d v a n c e
thè test of thè coutil» pape.» in thè « petMin who i’lhe wi»« might keep S e r ii c c * a l Atltdftl h m iv | ‘lt • m i U n ii . 1 '
HT1VKNH now. Will aJ4 tu hi»
7'» eta ■nu'ter of red mk ami hot «ir, hut noi hi* “ kick“ to hiniKeli. I‘er*«>n»l gilev K t \ 1 I I im t h r r . c u c u li | u i | o t ni ilic \1 I
One Year
. ....
$1. .'><*: Six .Month.'« . . . .
happin»»» amTeducalion.
one of thè ottieni ha« thè nerve to ance* we w ili not «ir; nell Iter w ili »» e churvh, in i liarle l'ica« luit); mt oliti «imi Ioni I
A 11 V E N T I S I X t l N A T E S
One P r ic e to A lh
MAKC A MAN OK YOU« IW>Y I
I òn ). l'otihlc K.'.tes I print a apring poem ami inllict it iijum coiintemince thè puhlicatlon of I i I h -I ^ .S u m ía is , a l j p ut
Pi«pliiy, por ¡nell ih 1, month. ,*>’L’ . I'm lnserti»»n. Lie.
If *«»■»• «bl* m
t’omlolence«, .Se *« un»u |iectiiig puMio.
ou» matter; but we wili glu.lly piint
I. ch ' ii I ami Clu»»:tied Liner*. be. i ' ii Kir>t Page, Ilk.’ .
•TKVIH» airua
Tat • ,amU
Redm ond.
any letter anelli thè l>etlenneiit of thè |
«nuraPN»
tn iUai|ii U
riiTo’Ji
...
,
community, thè I<ettftriiu ut of llii»j K irs| \ l r ih m ti\| l-'pisi o p a l ' . u h U* • dm« •»»
ru r S *
h«« your l>MUr,
ptnU'.ed a* oecond-cli.»* innii mutter Xovemln r lt’>. LHIâ. at the
tolti m 4 y*m
M i.lras Pioneer: Shei iti r ratik Eh I psper, or li
.. >tterui*iit
. . ol i eeistlug O l c f o i i ; K«*v 1 I I u tt iJ r» o l l u lt^ i I b i
thè . lM
«• thlp dir*. ».
amt iiwiyUt«
at Laidlnw, Oregon, limier the Act of Congrens oi March 3,
kius h«s prove.! hi ..self to !«• a fearles- l 00Jiti0„»
Eliminine all »coturni..- ! |st\d>r 1*1 r.ich lit|¿ »4 n u n scculu! a m i f«• m 1 '
• I| r«U |>l«p*l4,
)*• y«l* Fitto­
S u itt l .11 s, a l I l a
ri
• IM*fp -f
si m C*tal«g
| ottiei.il ili thè discliargo ol ili» dulie». i,m or politicai erimi..•tinti, «mi keep
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fit«*
I . 5 OO.
N I C U W A T E R W .1 NIC,
ami he sliotild l«> re-eleotevi. Xoother your eoiiiiiiunicatioii under ISO word» I
m t»t.
~ ~ s h e i i t l in thè lustory of thè conni» if posaihle. Anonyinoli» letter» »»ili .Services .it schu »I hiMtM-
I tiraoli K ' t
8 TKVKNH ARMS A TOOL CO.
W hen You r S u b s crip tio n E tp ire s .’
l u i ; n o m I'
I. I Aintlirr. t i l t m l p a *d »1 #•! i h r M I
I lui* dono so mneh to discopra •** crune fin ii t h e ottici* w a p I v
K O Mot 40»«.
church
tu
charge
|*frach u »y. filth S u m l.ti n
T f O P nhotllil mi ke it u point to renew ut once. K.litora leive to live, ami'ami hi»uime Ima hecome a terror to ile pluntpp, piu h pp "8 pumi ' hi U km ,"
Chlco|te«
Kall», Mm.
.1 if, i* no charity t.»n«k O mronici i » ub»cr....r* to keep pani up at #1 .‘>0 a law-hreakera throughoiit thè oounty
1U a I»KM” or "ClTIZKN" may in* ihnl Ih» m o n th , at | p.
year in u.lvunce.
The p. -tal regulations ala > rcipiirc it.
\\ lien you »ee a Bnt neither thè sherilf nor «ny o’ Iier w h e n
n a in e m u i lo lilre a a of w r it e r
Mcmd.
Ollicisl cali ncconiphsh In» Is'-t witli- in M *nf, n o t fo r p iih lic M t io ii lu it i h h
E ro a a
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ch
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. Ilemt thrjfun. |Ki«tor,.tr 1 Kill ;iil\l*. nr«* nun* pulirm
H lu e
out thè inorai support of thècoinmuii to k e n of gt i* l f i ii t l i.— 1 ' m k K p i t o k s
laçant. Kcv I I I on litri. M | uiuik j Mi I f MM f 1 • Mir 1 » mivih K m ,mk^ palia*
uiinisd preaches fir ni amt thint S uníais .,1 ||
in thií space it signlties that your s.ilwcription is due. Should a double \Y itv he represent« l'io «k coiinty ha*
It Ilio I ti ii Miluccil III prit#»
R i c k Rm. 7,
a ru. and H p tu. I'ulpu supplied |.v I'irsf.i I fat’ll
cross I h > nisrked it is warning ilia' ¡ i|x r will is- discontinued if suhsci iption liad a l'Alt reputatimi thrmigluiut thè
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from
»‘rinfilile
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l
ai.d
TUK E pitok » ok rm l'iIkoMi l i
he not soon paid.---- L ai » law C h k > moi 1, L aim uv.Ctux-k C o i ’ n t y , O k i - u o n fcountry, imi thè defe.vt of SI enti El-
kins w.’iild U- constrned oli thè ont-
l''he 1 .aidl.iw l'hronicle reuiiml» me fiuiith Jubilais .il s,tme ht>aii%
Snlmrr iptiiMi rmi \ hpm « t »»untiti in
side :i» disapproval of his activity « f tini haltlr of New Orleans, il i»
•M l'I) ll'HII K i I k M ii ) rollili) |P»Ì|MI fnr
THURSDAY. MAY 2S. l ‘HK
Wanted, to l.orrow f.llkl o.. in.il., t M
gainst the criminal element ot tin migli ami ready ami a gratifymg
i m i* t* tlllir .\tli|n*Mji iti«* t’liroi: irlo
County. It 1 » therefore important *uipri»e to all. The lint i»h »till linger, land security A.l.lr. Ilo» 1Ó, l.udluw
K*«*» S.il#»—T» Min of WMitiM limrrp,
that every law-abiding citiaeu of the' e»en in the wilder } m 'MÌ j I i » of Crook
If vo n h a v e ;i c r i p p l e .1 w tle n or \» 11 II ii i*t*| t m ut pulr» , h limoli h lui lui r—
THE CIVIL W AR-GRE VTE5T EVER FOUGHT.
county
interest liiniseli in giving K! county, but their tiiutl rout i» certain c lo c k b r i n g It to I ,n ul I u »v a ml h a v e
1
i»#••***, rln-iip Mi rcilitl» Urti» , ('lino
T needs no pen of oars, in this generation of peace and happi- kin* an overwhelming maj .my «» the Hie ouly kick I have i, that these lat­ G. M . H o r n e r r ep a ir it for you.
I* .i I| m , ( >i pjju ».
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ness, to deduce the lessons of the Civil war- the greates" ever June election,an liid .rement of hi» ter day Hritish can't ►«* t he point ; like ■ ■ I
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fought. Great in loss of life and treasure, it has been rich in re- cN5ur»e in the pursuit of th.. lawle»*. .1 hayotitil, they uiu»t !*«1 the »teeI to
.-«•««•i? *«*«*to 0 ‘*r * toatoi’ftM««
ward; rich in a reunit«?d and pi\.s}vrous country; prasperous be- ll,t' '•‘putation »1 the vouuty i* »: reali*«.
---- A>'PKKW JACKSON
cause God fearing and patriotic, and that means harmony.
siakc.
X
^dirrtioinfj Plateo *ìn the irtionth.
Nearly half a century ago brave men fought and fell that we.
s ta te preaa.
their children and beneficiaries, might live and enjoy the fruits of i
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S pai K.
Os K I i mk 1 * » | i m »>. lu M -v i n Y* n> » ( kmin \< r.
o d fi r o
their sufferings in forever banishing the curse of strained relations j n,.,-ti Hi». r ui .ci. r: Tin» L*idl«w
1 inch.
t
15
» .50
♦ .25
? .50
between any two parts of a contiguous country.
jchrumclc. recently ».hi i.y w v.
1! inch.
O.tt)
I .(Ml
L imi
0.50
And now, as the shades of night of mortal life are falling; a ye.; Myer*. cnr duhuc f..r di»iri.-t «it..rm y ,
inch.
0 15
0.75
1 50
! 50
almost spent, for the veteran of yore, there is no dark cloud on 0,1 the r*‘f,ub,,°1*" ‘ »eke«. t«> John \
0 t’4)
•1 inch.
1 .0 0
2.0* 1
2. IK)
our national horizon, and united we stand confident of our stability ‘ Seabury. .• >me* to ..ur t
tin» w.vu .
5 inch.
0.75
1.25
2 50
2.25
and safety, o f our impregnability and strength; thanking the v e t- '“ 1 t'ol,,r“' tl"‘ r,r,,t ihk » h,Vil»K n,ucl*
6
inch.
0.D0
1.50
3.00
2
75
i^lfiliti laxj|jr No.
1.0.0 F
oran of the gray equally with the veteran of the blue that the God th^ “ IT*1
fm-Unj Juur-j
8
inch.
l.
’
.
'O
200
4.00
3.65
\JMet* every S.«Ujr«L? nujht im
ihr i l.irk
of nations, mercy and good decreed aright the clash of arms.
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' \ ,Ht >lr
5 ( N I
1<> inch
1.50
2 50
4 60
heahury »tarteil to »»a.k :r..rn Port land Juiliimç A ll veilin g _troUu*r» arr cordiali»
-*!com*.
*
Id.Otl
IX) inch-
a. 00
5.00
!* 15
r«> Iaiiilla»»’ ami c>»ver«<l •»v.-r 100 mile*
Urn ( i Stili-»,
N.
7.50
i page.
4.50
GET SO THEY FEAR TH EIR OWN GROWL
15.00
Iff 75
..I the journey on f.>’t. T'u* » v . m pur«’
W. IV Hariifi
V <».
A. K. Kanitofty,
Sr*’ y.
8.50
i page.
Iff. 75
27.50
25 70
E have no personal aninimus in calling attention to the village i I an advertising stunt, «ml genievl the’
W. N. K av .
I rr.ii,
page.
Ki.OO
2*5.25
52.50
50.00
kicker, of whom Laidiaw seems to be blessed with the aver- ,li
• 11-1
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D O U B L E RATI ;s W H E N PRINTED IN R E D .
agenumoer. The only difference between tne local kicker and (if UidIllH.t
........
nink« «
■*.#•»«»*.#«#* rna%d%aav.
«« • m n rto t- *•
.
.ta»*“ ,, t M a t a t M n .a
— î
the ordinary calamity howler is tnat the locahtes kick themselves Sltccwi. mhU<f Ul, ^
wlll bt. 4 u.n. j ï t
a l e n d a
r i L
for coming here and thereby decry the town, while the outside' etit to L.iidu»»
species kick at everything on general principles and bunch their:
Huu n * -i ( »8
»un %*t» 7 »7 p
moon nvn j L l m., n r* moon uevurs Mav j
JYew S u b a c r l b e m T b la W e a t .
mouthings against the place they call home in particular. But the
sun on m rtnJun 11 57 O j \ n»., n rilifh t I
J olili Isteidl, U filli.
rain falls equally upon the just and the unjust, so Laidiaw can
hr^.r.s a «3 4 . in . rn«U q 44 p m .
Morn»r.)j b e l o n i r s
to
H i^ I i t m v e r - S i i i i t l i
Co.,
who
m .iki*
C.
S
Ben».
mi
,
»tar» S.iturn to S rp trin b rr 3 «». c»rtiirt|f
j
^
stand it if the kickers can.
V* m u » to July 5 . M v i to Au«;u\t n . Jn p i’rr
A
. il. (ir«.,t,
li.'n.l
.
This is a big world, and the United States is a big country.
lu m liei*, k I i ì i i ^ I p s a m i n i o i i l d i i i ^ s as c in s i|»!v a s
to AufuM 17 . M errury to Ju ly 4
Summer xol
C. \V. Mirrili, la-m!.
tier |unr 2 1 . spring (f) i l l » « old.
There is lots of room somewhere else for him who is dissatisfied
I) I. A P.
Ile nel.
p o s s ib le
and
h »1I t i n n ì a t
a r e a s o n a b le
p r o fit.
tv \ 1 of N*ir I ks 1 )\ y %
with Laidiaw. or with Portland, or with Eastport. Me. Just as
.
S C. Caldvrell, là mi.
true as “ everyone was meant for someone” is the fact patent that
1 • »NIGHT. —< W. Allen b*< turcs in LiulLiw or
Elir*-t H i.» . Redimimi.
FHJR F I R T H K B F A R T K F b A R S
Sofia li sin.
some town is meant for everyone.
I). C. Hall, Redmond
There are p^ple who swear by Laidiaw, and there are others
v!'va*
L v\ I*J
17 .»n
nlr',urri.
h , e n n * u i r e a t m i l l , 12 m i l e s N .-W .
o f l a i d i a w , Ore
t . i l . Greeiiiiinn. Ilend.
I • M
ay »9
» 9 . — ^
Kbixic
d ralffv'ii t,,'J’dU',rhur'
tltc Lvo»titutioii.
who swear against it and curse their luck; though the Bible says
E. M Kl.y, Redmond.
179»»-
M \Y »q -WiYfonsin Admitted to I’mon. 18 IS
“ Swear not at all,” and there is no such thing as luck. Misfortunes
M \\ . Kile. Redmond.
1 M ay 29 I auc II aw < 1 » »rlopmrlit I.r.ijrur fc p m
J. H. H«i'ev. Prin*»)lle.
come and go. and they come 100 times faster than fortunes. This
.M ay 30 Memori-«l <Ly. Hjirci.d 12 p«);r in
Ben fiotter. R'dnmiid.
is a hard world as well as a big world. We must have faith in our­
I sue. m blur tnd jjr av . of Ludi 1 a * bronn le.
K H. Minith, Prineville.
selves and not leave everything, or almost everything, to chance
M ay 30 . — Kick» t Island j;rin<r nieel» At Lnd
/.. T. .Md'liiy, Redmond
law church, a p. in. ImtiAt on. and the last
We ought to have faith in God. but it is no sacrilege to say that:
epportunity to join the other 70 as a charter
J.
P
R
Sie»art,
Prineville.
God helps those that help themselves. In other words, if you
m e u d fT .
l i r p n a u p i’
J. \V. Wriglit, Prioeiille.
J unk 3 .—Modern \S'oo<lmrn.
don’t paddle your own canoe no one eis is noing to paddle it for you.
New covered stages between Bend and Shaniko.
E. L. Iversori, Redmond.
Ninety-nine out of one hundred persons lean on someone else,' J. M. S[« neer, Redmcrid.
OUR TICKET
and then tell their troubles to ten other people. This is a queer
For further information write
P. \V. W'ood», Redmond,
world, as well as a hard world and a big world, and ever since- \V . t* - Lami., Redmond.
P'or President
Adam and Eve were driven out of tne Garden of Eden lor trying to
C. 1). Jarrett, R-drnond.
Theodore Rfx>eev«-lt.
H. W EH1HDY PROP?)
get something for nothing mankind has had to do or die. Adam
William Hall, Redmond.
being alone in the world, had no one to lean upon—Eve’s sympathy
Ejrle Btnton, Redmond.
! Tim ber claim*, denett entrir» *nd
W. }(. Courtney, I. h Ì i II« * .
didn’t count for much —so he leaned on himself and begot him
j homestead-, to lie legal, »lioilld lie
if. *1. Sioitli. Redmond.
three sons, one of whom supported him in his old age, one of whom
! proved up by pu.Jicittiiin in tlie new»
or
p«|«*r lienre«t tbe location of tlie land.
was murdered, one of whom went to Mephistopheles. It was ai J>. P. AdaniKon, Prineville.
John
B.
Shipp,
Prineville.
Laidiaw
1«
tbe
neureat
town
to
many
hard world for Adam, all thorns and thistles; it is ? hard world for
Pàirl il. Welch, Redmond.
; of t h o u claim», und the Laidl.iwr
us, all sagebrush and sand; but it is not nearly so hard nowadays-
J. CJ. MeOntlie, Redmond.
C h ro n icle i* the p«|>er to print y o u r
as it was then, and we must every one of us take things as we'
Mr». A.
Pari:*, I. hk II m ».
notice of publication in.
find them. Oregon flys with her own wings; Why can’t we, her
y . XV. Mcilatrery, Redmond.
citizens, pluck a feather for our caps and stand upon our own feet?' tV. Krank Petett, Prinevilie.
Suppose Laidiaw has had tr cuMe with her segregation; suppose
W. R. l'«vid»on, Reiimotid,
the people have been betrayed by an arch conspirator who not so
M W. A restaurant, Beliti.
long ago was hanged in effizy on the main street corner; suppose
W J). Mefiluslien, Portland.
Mr» Mary Patterson, it-nd.
we have met with disappointments and discouragements and have­
n't all we’d like to have? What of it- We still have health and j Central Ore. I>ev l'o, Pa nd
Mr*. W T. f ’w j , lai Ila»».
strength and potent minds and bodies. We have the land, and we
Mr».
P H. V/otals, itedmnnd
can get the water: tons and tons of it are daily going to waste past j
(',. I). SwaiiHon, 1’ , ».-.1 B .rie.,
our very doors. I f the State of (fregon can not makegood, let’s ;
.Mr». Ida Patte, Mankato, Mimi.
put it up to the reclamation service of the government! Lets quit
Mr». A. J . Hopkin», Ke<lniond.
quibbling, and act,’
I>r». Belkimp «t P.daard, Piiueville.
Don’t howl. Only the dogs and th*; coyotes do that! Don’t kick;
H e n tw a la .
unless you kick hard enough to overcome theobstacK Don’t quib­
W. I) Clark. Tiirii«l<>.
V . J. O’Connor. Ih nd.
ble; naught is gained by trifling or inaction. Be patient, be con­
O. XV. B. Kiley, Beri.).
fident, be strong: never was there such a day for optimism. But,
J. Hasselhiirg, Laidiaw.
above ail else, don’t howl, the soughing of the wind is bad enough
C. P. Becker, Ixidluw.
without making your own voice so fearsome that you yourself oe-
Wm. Jolinaoii, Giiilm,
comeafraid of it.
P'. W. I.everen/.e, Tninaln.
Willi« W Brown, lleisler.
RE-ELECT SHERIFF WHO DOES HIS DUTY!
I . E. Prickelt, Cline Pali*.
H
. P\ i’atton, Waitshnre. Wash.
(W H IT I HUfEM T 0 « H I M W ILL BE IH OH THE HÜXT FBEIGHT)
IL lfH E N a sheriff, or any one else in public office does his duty.
P.
S.
M
;Nutt,
L>»
Angelici,
là»
lif.
* ' re-elect him! Sheriff Frank Elkins did his duty in arresting1
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THIS SPACE
B E N D - S H71 MI KO
L IV E R Y and S T A G E Go.
BF:ND - - OREGON
Mrs. L. J. WITTE, Agent,
Laidiaw.
Oregon.
G. W . HORNER
D EALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
\Fancy and Staple Groceries, Mens' working cloihes ]
New line o f GOTZIAN SHOES just in
And M ORE Coming
MIH Feed and Rotted Barley
C- Sam. Smith, and thereby gained the enmity of a large coterie of,
prominent sympathizers with the ex-sheriff.
But, no matter what Sheriff Elkins’ personal feeling for Mr.
Smith was, or is, he did his duty under the law, and, having done It,
deserves re-election on this score if nothing else.
ELLIS!
LAIDLAW,
OREGON.
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