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VOL. III.- NO. 2«.
LAIDLAW # Cft'RONICLE
LA 11 »LAW, CROOK COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 7, 190«.
WHOLE NO. 130
Mecklenburg (Bon vent ion M et 132 Years Ago Today
ON R. R. WAV
U IE T L Y but surely there haa
been erected and put into
operation a large new sawmill
miles southwest o f Wapinitia, in
the Laid law tributory district. Its
output is over luQ.OOU feet daily,
and for tlie past fortnight it has
been running full time six days
Two mills o f epual capacity are
contemplated, with a combined
«laily output o f a quarter o f a
million fe e t Material for U m » sec
ond mill is already on the ground.
Iuiving been hauled thence from
Dufur over the right o f way o f
the projected Mb Hood railroad
Inasmuch as the new sawmill,
with its tremendous capacity and
ample supply o f marketable lum
ber, is built and operating on the
eastern slope o f the Cascade
mountains, it is a safe gueys to
say that the railroad will quickly
W U k Ike w elk er I* cool.
And the “kids" f t to ochool-
Ok, poeta, submit w your rhymes.
We have to born fnel
To cook us oar gtnel;
So hurry it to us betimes!
CURIOUS CROWDS FLOCK
TO ATTEND M AY T x P X\X TAT
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jyuMALo,:ore . M*y 7 ******
As the Chronicle g t a te
today, the lory in the case of the
State of Oregon against C. Sam
Smith et al„ for anon, is being
impanelled. The trial b now on.
Next in local importance te the
battery complaiat sworn to by j
A. C. Lucas against J. H. We- <
sandy, of Bend. This charge has
been dismissed by the court, and
Mr. Wenandy exonerated.
The cum * against Henry Turner J
of I’owvll Untie., (<>r an alleged
crime ugain»t nature, also Mamie
K. J. Green, of Rowland, wae
fined $20U (or telling liquor with
out a license.
T. H. Joiiew and Karl Rasn»u«scti
each of whom pleaded guilty to
larceny, will !w sentenced today,
hut to« late to prim the penalty.
Henry Gilroy failed to appear
to answer to a gambling charge
anent a quiet little game at Ash-
wood, and thereby forfeited a hail
Jotd M cC u llos awd
1 -The big sawmills are on the imud of
H. t , (¿rater, hi« colleague«, were
actual right o f way;
2 -Tney are owned by the ML Hnoi ITS each.
Hood railroad company;
3-They are sawing railroad
ties, among other things-
Another b ito f intensely inter-
esting news to Laid law people is
the fact that a large surveying
c re w —much huger than ever l»o-
fore is working this way this
side of Shearer's bridge, building
up the Deschutes to Laidlaw.
I CHILD, 2 MEN,
H<mls if spring.
PETIT JURY VENIRE.
Q. W. Updike and I. £. Wimer are among the
petit ju ron subpoenaed for the May term of
district court at Prineville. Following is
the complete official list:----
L A ID L A W -Q . W. Updike, L E. Wimer.
REDMOND—0. R. McLallin, E. 0. Park, T.R.
BEND—N. P. Weider, 0. A. Stanburrough,
POW ELL BUTTE8—W . R. Smith, M, Nia-
BEAR CREEK—Q. D. Milliorn, E. 0. Faught.
BEAVER GREEK—0. R. Henry. A. J. Noble.
H A Y ORBBK-Ralph Moore.
HAYSTACK—H. K. W. Taylor, J. L. Windom,
KUT0HBR- -0. B. Roush, J. 0. Waymire, A. 8.
Phillips. J. J. Coen.
LAMONTA-J. F. Veigand.
PHINEVTLLB—L. B. Lafollette.
01088 KZYBwwP. T* MONROE, H. L. Priday.
BLAOK BUTTE.-J. Y, Winters, J. W. Wilt.
W IL L O W CKEK.N. A Newbill.
. . .
Tillman R. Hotting, defendant.
Della M. Stuart, plaintiff, vs. J.
M. Stuart, defendant.
Murphy, Grant dr company, a
corporation, plaintiff, vs. J. F.
Commercial national hank of
Pendleton, plaintiff, vs. K. O. Lo
Commercial national bank of
Pendleton, plaintiff, vs. Harry G.
K I. C. White, plaintiff, vs. T. E.
¡Stroud end F. C. Stroud, partners,
doing business under the firm and
style of Stroud Br<>«., defendants.
IS T R IC T C O U R T for the May
tern» convened * t I’ ri itevi 11«-
Monday, last, with a heavy docket
The cit.e of mo.t interval i. that in plaintiff, vs. Hugh O’ Kane,defend-1and Florence E. Hardy, defend
which 0, Item Smith, «-x sheriff of nnt.
Crook county, and other prominent
G. M. Cornett, plaintiff, v«. Geo.
Fleckenstein Mayer company, a
men, an* charged with the anon of W. Whiteett and Maggie Whitsett, corjtoration, plaintiff, v«. Emery
W illi a menu'« Mg »hc-p .hearing defendants.
Sr-sl« and L. A. Moore, defendant«.
•died« on O c I hjco creek. A . the
The Northrop & Sturgis com
D. F. Stuart, administrator of
-criminal ro»«a are ret for trial fir«», a ry. plaintiff, vs. Hugh O'Kane, the estate of Fuller and company,
i Smith and liie co-defendant« will defendant.
plaintiff, vs. J. I. West and B. F.
is th «t for a scooperino. Brother t lie in the public eye from the «tart.
A. L. Goodwills, plaintiff, vs. W e«t, defendants.
Rowe? And vouched for by two Several prominent Laidlaw citizen»
Hugh O’ Kane, defendant.
Michael McGrath, plaintiff, vs.
Laid lav/ citizens who saw the went over to the county «eat solely
K. N. White, plaintiff, vs. Petri K. C. Row-lee, defendant.
mill in operation within the *e'*k! to wittier« the criminal trial«, and
Pope sc ue, defendant.
J. 11. W igle, plaintiff, vs. Frank
the curiou« have (Kicked in from all
John Devine, plaintiff, vs. S. J. Klkins, defendant.
|tari« of tin* county, many of there Clcnimens, defendant
Arthur G. Alliugham, plaintiff,
being pioneer« who personally know
John Morris, plaintiff, vs. Ora vs. Lily K. Allingham, defendant
W. 8. Nichol, plaintiff, vs. Ivar
Several o f Prineville’s nimrods
Following i- the trial calendar
John F. Mackintosh, plaintiff, vs. L. Schofield and Lizzie E. .Scho
have tried their luck on the vari uh prepared hy tlie clerk ol the B. Gatewood, doing business under
ous streams o f this vicinity re court:
the name and style of the “ Gate-
A. Thomson and Arthur Hodge*,
cently, with fairly good results
Charier Boyd, plaintiff, vs. the wood mining and trading coni plaintiffs, vs. J. F. Welborn and
says the Review So far McKay Bend livestock and produce com pany,” defendant.
Ida Welliorn, defendants,
creek appears to be the best pany, Charier II. Erickson, Bettie
Norris Morgan, plaintiff, vs. M.
W. A. Bell, plaintiff, vs. Charles
small trout stream, but the Des Krick«on and P: L. Tom pkin., de A Morgan, defendant.
C' Buchanan and Myrtle Buchan
chutes is fa r and away better fendant««
W alter Rav Wilkinson, plaintiff, an, defendants.
than all the rest put together.
J. D. Merrill, plaintiff, vt. G. M. vs. Beatrice Annette W'lkinaon,
W. A. Bell, plaintiff vs. Ciarles
Thousands o f fish are being tak Cornett, defendant.
Buchanan, Myrtle Buchanan and
en from the river every week
Mary L. McDowell, plaintiff, v«.
A . B. Ksvebent, plaintiff, vs. J. C. K. Person, defendants.
now, while the warm weather T. M. O'Connell, defendant.
McCollum and Lydia McCollum,
J. W. Horigan and H. 1>. Still,
continues, and y et the supply
C. W. Klkinr, plaintiff, v«. th
partners; doing business under the
GaiewiNul mining and trading com
First national bank of firm and style of Horigan & Still,
pany, d< fendant.
Prineville. plaintiff, vs. U. 8. Cow- plaintiffs, v». Ralph Sharp, defen.
Gavril Todrove Daritch and
el» et a!., defendants.
Nichola« Rosinin Daritch,plaint iff-,
Annie Mating, plaintiff, vs.John
K. T. Slayton, administrator of
vh . the «late of Oreguh, defendant.
Slayton, de- McPheiHon, defendant.
J. W vi.t of lieiid in leading a move
Alta A. Rumllett, plaintiff, vs. tlie estate of S. U.
Eliza J. Hering, plaintiff, vs.
ment to liivn Pleanmit ltidge enter in the Ixine Pine trading company, a ceased, plaintiff, vs. G. J. Hardy
to a compact with ilend (or I lie form cor|ioration; John H. Coe and L.
ation of a union high «clio.ddi.cnct— I*. Welch, defendants.
the high achool, o f *»ur»e, to be h-.nlt
Thomson an l Arthur Hodge«,
at Bend. The tame acheine mi tried
plaintiff«, r«. B. F. Jones and Nan
tinsucoessfully with LuidLw last year.
cy Jones, defendant«.
Hatton (W ash.) Hustler; A il
By authority o f the secretary
Laidlaw Always Best
Not So Fast, Bend.
Dae T » Get Harried.
I t i* highly ini|Tidtiii.|e that the «chool
A. Thomson and Arthur Hodges,
triune«« and citMen. ol I’ leuitaiit Ridge
will lie niadedu|«e« to «ny aucli titer, plaintiffs, vs. C. A. Cline, defendant.
cemtry plan; they will r«liter take the
Annie Mating, plaintiff, vs. Fred
correct view of thing’ , and organue a
et al, defendants.
joint district with their nearest neigh-
Hhauiko warehouse company,
fa or— tlieir real neighbor— Laidlaw.
V j »
r Ja* *
Another Scramble Due.
The Central Oregon Bunking *nd
T m ft Company,
plaintiff, vt. A. H . Grant and Mr*.
Bertha H. Grant, defendant*.
LuU M. lfahn. plaintiff, vs. Joali-
tia P. Hahn, defendant.
Bessie Folgtnt, plain tiff, v*. W il
liam K. Fulgatu, defendant.
used by P- Van Tassel to haul
the mail from Laidlaw to Turnalo
and Gist took frigh t last Friday
while standing unhitched in front
of Jensen’ s mail box near Tumalo,
and dashed madly along the
county road from that point to
Gist, stopping voluntarily, pant
ing. in front o f the Gist post-
office a fter galloping six miles.
In the rig at the time was Mrs-
Van Tassel’ s baby, which remain
ed there without being thrown
out, being removed from the
wagon at Gist by ready hands-
The child’ s le ft heel was bared
to the bone, it is reported, by a
com er o f the heavy seat cushion
falling on it and pinning the in
fant down, but this is deemed
otherwise the baby
might have bounced out o f the
wagon bottom and been killed.
George W Noble, plaintiff v i. P
B. P i M n t e r , Isabel P x iu lriU y, W
II. Phltef, n r Stuart' and W .-A .
Booth, partners, doing UtMitVSs’ iin-
der l i e firm name and style of Pul
ler A Co., I. XV. Ward, Will and D
P. Stuart admini«trator of lire estate
of \V. II. Puller, decease«!, and II.
Smith and Col. P. Smith, defend
Mr. Van Tassel had other busi-
nees to attend to that day, so let
his w ife carry the mail- She took
the baby with her. When she
alighted at Jensen’s to deliver
goods bought at Laidlaw, a gust
o f wind blew her bonnet into one
o f the horse’s faces, starting
Ole O-mei »nd Nets Lcyon, plain
Messrs. Baker and Clark, at
tiff», vs. August Peterson, Bertha work on the road taken by the
Peterson, J. M Hunter and W . H
runaways, tried to stop the flying
steeds, but unsuccessfully. Bak
Edward C. Pease and W\ II. Hob
er then mounted a saddle horse
son, surviving partners of the firm
and started in pursuit. Just as he
of Peas A Mays, plaintiffs vs. J. P.
was about to head off the team
slowly. He was
W. A . Bell, plaintiff, vs. J. H.
and perforce had to abandon the
O’ Kelley and Mra. J. H. o ’Kelley,
Farmer Powell, plaintiff, vs. H . E.
TITLE TO LANDS
A « p » , 1! » ! i l U p i i t o h f r o m S i i I * i i i
» » T » : T h » » t a l » l a n d hr»r»r«l a n d
D w h i i t v » irrig n lln n
p o w e r com p an y have reached
nn it in l « r » t a n i ll u t
r e n a r » ! i lie
re le a e c
re c la im e d
la n d a n d th e c o m p a n y h ae a r
r a n g e d to h a v e th e h o ld e re ot
l i t e ii i o i - t z u i c » » » ¡ a n t h e r e l e a e e e .
T lii» a r ra n g e m e n t e n a h le e the
»ta te to e x e c u t e d e e d « to a e t t le r «
w i l l » t i t l e c l e a r o f in jr a p p a r e n t
c lo u d , a n d the ia e u a n c e o l «te e d «
w i l l hei| in at o n c e .
Top Torn Off Buggy.
Tom Arnold experienced a rath
er disastrous runaway in the
Cloverdale district this week, in
which the top was t ora off the
buggy in which he was riding.
He, himself, was thrown out and
painfully bruised and lacerated,
but not severely enough to keep
livers Kisiig Rapidly.
The John Day river is rising
rapidly- The Deschutes remains
normal here, but is up some be
low L ow er I ridge. The Colum
bia is rising sufficiently to pre
vent any more government work
on the Ce'ik) locks before Aug
E. P. Zinuneiman, ot the Anti-Sa- ust
lonn league will di*coui*e in the (.aid-
law church the evening of May S8 on
liam Brown, a well known bach- of the interior 131,643 acres of the subject «»• the galoon and it* ejects
•lor farmer residing two miles public land, excluded tfrom tlie and intiuencea. He is an able speaker
east o f Hatton,
improved his j Blue Mountain forest reserve, n d illustrate* his lectures with stere-
house with a new coat o f plaster i will be subject
Rock Island Plow C o , plaintiff vs.
threw him to the ground so hard
Will Wurtswiier and Arthur Hodges
that he was able to arise but
League Meets la y 15.
There will be a special meeting ot
settlement opticon view« which both edify and the Laidlaw
interest hi» hearers.
Fwdsy, M «y 15, at 8 o’clock