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About Laidlaw chronicle. (Laidlaw, Crook County, Or.) 1905-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 1, 1908)
TEAM OF HORSES ¡WORKMEN BLAST LOCALS CORRALLED
BOLT IN DESERT
AN 8-fllLE DITCH
O N HOME ROUNDUP
Might men regularly, anil ten
Rnl ¡ulvts. ari'aure puliera,
Gibson, living 7 miles ¡ men at intervals, have made the
\V. Horner is ur»pared tu «lo
northwest ot Laidlaw, lost his team
hills resound with dynamite l>»
! firs, o H ish jew* lrV repair work,
in the desert near W . 11. H all’s
«luring tin* past fortnight while
t'oai Od at tlie “ Corner Store” 4iio.
place a few days ago, the horses j
busily engaged in preparing the ^ . g-|lül| a g-1|oll
bolting with «1 ragging lines. The
Deschutes rechupiition and irriga
Correspondents wanted at Rend,
last seen of the team, until found,
tion companv diteli for proving ui>
(¡ist. Madras and nettrhy
they were dashing madly past the
About eight miles of
K. li. Sturgeon place and running I
Hoy KaonalU of Cline Kalla was
here Sntnolay to *«»• l.a ill law city, re
turning home Tuesday.
Smiling Skies Again.
Laud 24-liour Stage.
Have yon got an American battle-
>ldp premium souvenir postal card at
The lowering went her which be- the Chronicle ott}eev SuK-eritier* and
Persons who travel from Bend to
gan Sunday changed to smiling j advertisers get one for each <V)o. in
Shaniko and point* hetween are
. . . . .
o , skies, and this part of the state is ; trade,—or J for lt)c
. , .
loud in their praise of the new *21
Walter Wheatley mad« linai proof
1 again basking iu the radiant sun-
hour stage between the two termi-
Homi yesterday on hi« de.ert claim.
shine that illumines both
nuis. In view of the fact that, as
witnesses were C. M. Mndd, r N.
1 »n mankind in these parts .».>0
vet, the \\ enandv stage company
A. F. Hnmsay and N. C .C o r
• . .
dav9 in the year,
carries no mail, this rapid trails -1 •
ne1 tu», all of Laid law.
portation enterprise has already
------- - , 1 ,e" *a,it 've**k, and in showers, was
k very welcome to the parched sou ! Meredith Bros., at Cline Falls, are
won general commendation, though |
^ umjer irrigalion. One
ef- closing nut everything a. cwt. Good*
- till less than twoweekj in pract-,
kinds in iheir hig stock of gene-
feet of the rain in the higher
ice. Next to a railroad, l.aidlaw
ral merchandise must go CHEAP. It
1 » “ up ti> Veil to buy now,
has only praise for Mr. Wenandv # tUl **' " ' 1 , r i ‘
push and energy in making the u
ft "t . * \ ,
r.irl McLaughlin, the county sur-
but as everyone Lerealiouts knows
veyor, ..ud his on in; from 1‘rmeville
outside world a whole day nearer. ,
! lhe r,w r can
J°rt *° h,b’h an,i and Laidlsw, c o m p le t e d , the 18 ,..ile
oo higher, owing to the overflow , lirvr> of the , „ w Horner road from
seepage into the immense lava bed thi,
p0» e|j buttes 'Tuesday of
■ caverns above Bend.
Tidings of Tumalo.
M'MAI.O M,»> 1 (S|irt i.tl K onr\|w*M«|rncv|
***»•» !>•*»• of Klmuatti totioty mnnlitoit
hero uttr nl«lil %l«iflliif Hi«* w«»ak wl'h 'A0 Itvat!
| of ci«(Ur. lie iiwui a Hu«' Mink aih ! hay rmieh
J dm B. Bell brought the editor n on kUuiAih Mimli. mim I U HUMtalvi'ljr rn
«I III Ih«» (‘«tlltf hl||||»»M || m I miiik hi Hit*
lo.nl of wood Thursday.
FMlilr hf Ilf lii4*t Hllh Imu In (he Ajunto crork
Mr. and Mrs. \V. \V Long came in coiiutr> . Mini rMporta lltv prlro on ih« liool
inoeh bflli>r than 1 » yourfitfo.
Saturday with John II. Bell,
Frank V HwUhff. Hrhow rrtitrii with Mi
For first rlnaa jewelry tep.iir mother froiu l.ltchfluhl, Minti wm m nouucrU
work see (.5. \V. Horner, Laidlaw. In tin» t hronU’lr Unt nark. wuhllNin thu»«
t>nrt« mm ah n|t| irif ml. trlv«l Mint trot*.
A. F. Ikmahne left for Forilaiul
t'lmrlf« II Hpmigh, In, K. \Viuiur*u*t T. A.
yesterday to undergo treatment foi JrtlAou H«r«* |>U* asmii t in I If 1 • nl T iiium I o H m I
urtUy Thr) hiivfi ron»pl«ir<t rr|mtr|ii|i anti
1 1«*AiitlHK thf V. In vr A JiufionOllcli m T iiiiim
C. W. Allen's little son Johnnie got *•». NUti h«V« IIIrilfti down M alimll hMMtl of WM
lost in the sagebrush Tuesday, but wu«- ur Alter rfpntruio mot fl#wnlng nut thnr
| ImriU.lhf) will he r%u.l> for tho »utuiiu-r
found ere nightfall.
l iriiit r» him wvll Mlonit w ith anrlii« umln
Anthon Ahlstrom of Cline Fall-
iiUultui, find there will hf « hi« lurrvka#III
passed through Laidlaw Monday en ii ’W iikv unit ylvlit compart»«! with iaat y#cr.
1 dufh I.#wj.md hut l.Mfii ilcarcil aud pluulfd
route to Bend and return .
hi.» e| rll.g.
Frank May, ex-candidate for count)
I. II Kdwar«!« ttiroiicii hrra ftilunUynn hli
surveyor, came to Laidlaw this week way homo from Itrud* lit* it ailll hmilliig »aw
, t>>g* f»*r thf mill al that plmv.
to work on the ditch survey.
hr. MAUK hv IHK
1 Mi« »aivsui* swm r»»i » ww v
R O U N D T R IP
$ 7 2 .5 0
6 0 .0 0
0 0 .0 0
— — — — ■ 1 ■ 1 11 M ■ sii
If you h.'.ve a crippled waten or
clock bring it to Laidlaw anil havt
Tl* K htl W i l t hk uN Shi K
<L W. Horner repair it for you.
Prove up in the Chroni- le.
Rev. C. L. Lowther, who preached
M a y U, IS
Wanted to buy-furniture on ad
here Sunday, remained over night as
June 5 6
the guest of Mesdamcs Dayton and ertiaing contract. Address the
I ditor of tile Chronicle,
July 6, 7, 22, 23
Hutuu-ription canvasser wanted in
Foi 8alo—Team of young mares
August 6, 7, 21, 22
with J colts at sides; Wagon and har ( 'Very town. Lita-nil coiiiiuisainn for
Good for teturii In 90 days with stop
ness; cheap. Meredith Bn*., Cline I -ome time. Address tlie Chronicle.
Madras Hour is giving good ratis-
over privilege* at pleasure
Nellie aud Ethel Snyder are new action. It has t>e«>ii reduced in price
pupils this week al the local school ind is sold at the “ Corner tjfore”
Marian and Arthur Heabury eiirullvu ' The Chronicle reipieats all farmer*
Fut in your cider now for the tine last week. Miss Nellie James now ha. mil ranchers who are sowing this
G. W. Updike came down irom the
12-page “ blue and gray” Memorial day 4d scholars.
eiring to nolily this office ol ihe kind
tor any fut liter information oil on
headgate this moruing after provi
■edition of the Laidlaw Chronicle! Two
d crop* Iwing put in, number of sores.
E. J. Wilson,
j extra copie* will la) luri.islied free to proved lip on his homesteads befon T' p outlook and j.rogress of farm
R. A. Ford, republican nominee for
ail PAI D I' F eoh*crihera who speak in II. C. Ellia at Bend Tuesday. H . work.
couuty school superintendent, was a
The Christian Endeavor social
Or write to
time. Kxtr* copies will be mailed or witnesses were John Tetherow, J. B
Column rate will I m > paid to anyone
l.a id la w business visitor today.
held at the local church last Sat supplied to all others as follows: Prior Cochran and J. R Rannalls, nil nl who will get the eourtlioii.e nuns at
Wm. M cM u rra y,
John C. Stiles has tn«d<-d a lot in
urday night was attended bv al! of to May 7, lc. 1 copy; then to May I I, Cline Falls; Walter Kutde, of Culver; 'rineville lor the Chronicle; cou'ili
t d M M I rAMKMiKR AUKNT.
l.aidlaw to Sherwood Bn s. of Pleasant . . .
2c. a copv; then to May 21. 3c. a Coin Sidney K. West, of O'Neil; anil Fran- ■Ihcial, deputy, lawyer or lawyer’s
Ridge in exchange for #80 worth of
then to May 28, 4c. a copy; after May | ci* M . Phillip*, of Gist.
The entire clerk preferred Write at one«., sub
country, owing to the cold weather. 2 $ (Jrty ,,f publication), 3c a copy or parly aie dinner at Tullar’* restaurant mitring fir-t bitch of new» witii. oi ■
Grover t.erkii.g stopped in Laidlaw | The gross receipts were #11 !»0.
C copies for 25c.
j m LaiJIaw Monday.
awin'ing n reply.
on his way home from Bend, w here
he bad been with a load of hay, on
last Friday. Grover says hay is not
very dear just at present, bei that
what he took home with him from
Laidlaw is. How do we know?
Additional Local Items.
Earn $11.90 At Social.
C. T. Pbikham left Monday for Pine
Creek crossing, across tbo wJobn Day
river beyond Antelope near Fossil, I
where his iamily have remained on :
the old ranch. He tokl the editor be
fore going that Laidlaw will »«e his
ultimate home, as he has great faitli
in the local future. He is inetely go
ing to Fine Creek for the summer and
i«M localise his home is already built
and furnished there. Next year he
will return here to remain.
OráerS. S. Bauer.
Jt has finally been decided to
send to Elgin, 111., for a banner
h>r tk« Laidlaw Sunday School.
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F o il S T A T E S E N ATO R
To the jieople of the 17th Senator
Res|met for your intelligence and
| S tile tti oing plates B jj the ^H onth.
A l J it, IT-;., 'ji la id la w and. v io it iitj a’igahle |
S> mcmberali^.. in itia l >oo iws SSet«-
Levolar meetings the lull ’ititbuj la each |
S pace .
uuuUi at S. 1’ . M.
Í . X B . Gcrkfnp
E. B. Jam«.»
A si't. See;» -
C. 1*. Becker
W ®. >i. Stile»
Wm 0. Stile»
S « » ‘t. Editor,
E. B. James
*C. f Beetee ^chairman 1
S r H. Cayma
f x C. Tullar
W. D. Clark
)/ J. B. Fry rear.
E. B. Jane».
, B b Jamci.cha.Tuiao
< If X, Dayton.
C. T. riokhoM.
ial district of Oregon:
•J*¿¿ili i£7 >jrtJkkf?'<^S2Ua£*ü
ib-sire to serve your best interest,
impels me to declare my platform
O ne T im e .
1 wo T
im e «.
Hv M o n t h . Y e ah ' s C o n t r a « r.
DOUBLE RATES W H E N P R IN T E D IN RED.
«s tmm «j» us, a * l , <
I believe the statement No. I phut
is the ouly practical way to accom
plish the election of U. S. Senators
by the people, and is therefore the
gutewny to a!l other national r>'
The people of Oregon
regentive in the U. S. Senate
f J. N. B. Ocrkiug,
C. M. Mndd.
Bali Hood Com.
B. if Jftohoio.
j E. B. James.
Ç 0. W. Horner
F. N. Walltce.
Wm. O. St ile a.
iriiko Oregon the
A . Ü. Parka
W m , LUov.n
Valley View Stock Taim.
roe Lvergiccc Ranch
k » ir vie««
Cooper Gro m P.aatj
tion. Let us advance every in ter
Y ou’re Too Shy.
I’ ush for Oregon.
0 . Springer,
Democratic candidate for State
huBD ywdc La. in
ures, honest political methods by
I.EPAMMKMTOr THK iNTtBlOB,
J. W . Brown
Sii arose Ranch
for good toads, good schools, pure
reoources are Unsurpassed. I » t us
foods, honest weights and
gon livestock breeders,Oregon fruit,
growers are world famous. 0 " 't ’ Oii
tirely competent to elect tht r rep
J. P, Haley I
Geo. W . Witner ic,8onj ¡
J. B Nicho!;
P. heckt i
C. M. Model,
¡'red N Wallacr, of I Mdlaw.
A T. ftiiBwcy
of taldlaw. Oreyon.
V. C. Cu:n«ltJ*.
cf I.ulillu'*. OrcKuD
C . C. Cooper
TV. E . Burkhard
Msreh 19th, IW8.
Nolle« i» hereby given that W aller Wheatley
of I.shtliw, Oregon, liaa flle.l nolle« nl bln In
tentlon to make proof on lila ileaurt claim No.
ai',7, for Ihe NX !« section 3V, T, I* s
K. W. M, before H I'. Kill*, II, S. Commr at
Ifeii.l, Oregon, on tho GOth (lay of April, 190*
tie name* the following wltncrsea tuprovr
Ihe rnmplcto irrigation anil rrclamallon " l
c W. MeDrc, h«gl;t*r,