Laidlaw chronicle. (Laidlaw, Crook County, Or.) 1905-19??, June 13, 1908, Image 1

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LAIDLAW, CROOK COUNTY. OREGON, SATURDAY, JUNK 18, 1908.
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CHRONICLE
FORCE
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Chaffer List
Closed, bur
Right Time
to Join Has
Not Passed
Picket Island grange
nun in
nt llit* church in Laidlaw Saturd <v
nltrrmxiu, Junr 13. ut ‘2 o'clock
(nr initiation hih I other business;
nl-o, to further arrange lor tilt­
ing celebration her«- July I
A11 iiimi1 out.
Tlui c haru-r iiMOi»b«r»hip lot,now
< l(r rd , t, umbers T’A j>crt-on», nr fol­
low»:
SUM NOT
to
V.
No Limit to Possibilities of Fun at Big
Carn/val of Pafr/ot/c JulySporTs.
Barbecue, Speeches, Baseball.
i to its many readers this week for the abridged
appearance of the paper, but tho editors beg to
assure their subscribers that such an occurrence
is due to the fact that during the past week strong)
inducements have been offered forth« removal of
the editorial staff, if not the paper, to R edm ond.'
The negotiations, both in Redmond and Laidlaw,
ecu pied considerable time which could not be put
on tho paper.
i For the present, at least, the Chronicle will
neither be moved nor run under a new name in The Laidlaw grange lias full
Redmond or anywhere else, unless the bonus sug- charge of the big events July 1
posted by the people of Reitn md be increased or Other people besides grangers,
j i hr .satisfactory assurances from tho people o however-EVERYBODY!—will
. aiilaw be not forthcoming.
!beiv" y " ‘ •'T».«® T " d’ ,
u r tm m , f - t r n t r mrm * 1 . u
t
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A basket picnic o f the three
B ’c T II. ...\ Y E l i N I, tho bnaburj,’ management
in Crook Mupty; ^
W ill be continued—and. as ev< I.ybocjy knows, this Laidlaw and Powell Buttes; will
moans an UP TO-THS-MINUTE ncWEpaper.
L k * hold on Picket islands and the
RECALL «EMORIES OF ’7
Kaoj» » v. Helen
of the finny tribe extant, and
LAIDLAW CERTAIN several thousand speckled beaut­
ies will be barbecued for the de­
o f the town’s guests.
TO WAKE BIRD OF lectation
Final arrangements will be
at the meeting of tht lx*al
FREEDOM JULY 4 made
grange Saturday afternoor
That Laidlaw will cel­
Come to Laidlaw for tht ever
Glorious Fourth!
contiguous shores of the rippling
Independence
Deschutes, most beautiful of all ebrate
rivers-
Day
•> this * year is now’ an
The literary program includes
assured fact. While the
the Declaration of Independence,
by Miss Dorothy Schoolcraft; an boom of cannon and the
oration by Hon. B. F. Nichols as sizz of
the skyrocket
speaker of the day, a "windjam ”
w ill be left to our more
by William P. Myers, chorns
we
singing of patriotic anthems by affluent neighbors,
the multitude, a dechmation by are requested by one o f
Mrs Lou Pulliam, quartet sing­ the disciples o f
TO LAIDLAW
Izaak
ing by the Gist Redmond chorus,
keep that
and otner features, including a Walton to
solo by Mrs- G- A- M- Lilly, o f date open; be assured o f
Cline Falls. Hon- and Mrs. H. C. a feast lit for the kings
Ellis are expected from Bend.
There will bo a baseball game - a fish barbacne So one
on the new Laidlaw diamond, a and all. far and near,
tennis tourney between the save duly 4th. and your
crack players o f the 3 granges;
appetites for a rousing
there will be races of all kinds,
from ponies to greased pigs, and good time at Laidlaw.
there may be fireworks at night.
W. D. Barnes and other noted Matoles and the Deschutes for
Come to Laid law for the over
fishermen will fine-comb the the largest and juiciest members Glorious Fourth!
I
I
COME
July 4 !
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IU m k<- r, 'I lifo. I i .
Ki ll, I iron!**
Itcnhnm, .1. II
llennrtl, Mabel
|ti iiii«<tt, C. t
Hi- ii m-tt, Mr». < l*.
If iow n, Cora A.
Rrown, lla/i'l,
Itfowu, Mill«,
¡¡roivn, william,
t 'ouch. Cat rii’ 1,.
< "ouch, f ii-orgi’ M
Coin’ ll, John
Davton, Anna
I lay ton. K. E.
Du i ton, K. II.
Dayton, HutI)
Ford, R. A.
ticrking, (trover. (>.
t•**rkiti| 2 , J. N. If.
I ¡pricing, Mr». J. N. It.
tJerking, \V. It.
Hall. W. 11.
Hall, Mrs. W. H.
Harper Alliert
Harper, Letitia
llar'er, A. J.
Harter, Mr». A. J.
Harter, James C.
.1»me», Alnnson
James, K. It.
James Mr». Ella
James, Nellie K.
Jens*.n, T. A.
Kochenderfer, D. Ii.
Knchenderfer, Kuliy
I.everenre, K. W.
Murk, Arnold,
Murk, Frank
Murk, Leota
Murk, Maria
Myer?, Mr». Stella
Myers, William P
Nichols, Mra. Clara
Nichols, J. L.
' ’arks, A. 1).
I’ aik's, Mrs. A. I).
I’ atton, J. M.
Patton, Mrs, J, M.
Ramsay, A. F,
Ramsay, Belle
Itainsay, Fanr ip K
Gelehrate the Glorious U
iCITIZENS ENTHUSE
ENOUGH AND PLAN PiLSiA
AII i - ii
W.
Itarncs, \t . I>.
r,.i k> r
w h o l e no .
one week longer, until June 19-! to be present, as nearly . very
P R IN C E A L B E R T
OF
WILL INFORM ALL Miss James will hold a com pre-1 pupil will either recite or -ir.g.
hensive program this Friday af- ; It has l>een a very sucoessi'ui nine
ABOUT S0CÍ Al ISM ! 1 roooru and ure2S aU Parents mon dis’ term.
W ALES.
IV ta r e A d e r t o f W i I m . tin- h eir p r e s u m p tiv e to tin* B rillali th ro n », I» »
r o llic k in g Imi nu.t uh fo n d u t a th le tic s p o r t » n» s o ) ’ A m e rica n hoy o f h i» » g e
l l w o t l y be went to Kensington with his tutor to witness tlu* athletic sporti
at (he queen s club und had > royal outing
The accompanying photograph
with taken ou that uccuh I oii , when the little prince was saying good by to l.urd
Alteratone
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S o c ia lis m ¡8 u n d o u b te d ly spread-1
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,|lpr,.lur. e x , l i ent 111 ,; i
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its teaching», it» claims, its tendril-
oie», its accusations and promises
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SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 64 GETS READY
TO HOUSE ITS PUPILS BY — SEPTEMBER
are more than donili» (hat numle i
flchool district No. 6 1. situate lie-1 on Mrs I. J. WirocrV homestcau who Imbeve that socialism is itu v
W. Allen,
Laidlaw. ex­ ! instead of oil L. V- Root’» land, as ¡table, eavs Prof.
Ruskin suitl; “ A little group of
pects to Lavo its school house read, j originally voted. Trouble expor-
1 1 . need in finding school bond wiM, |ieMr|,, ¡„ |^.ltPr than a tvilder-
v for classes when the first »einest-
, mw .. ..
f.tt
n
i ■ | |• j W“ nk" h** b,H'" ‘»’ "«»»•d Tbe dis- n0Bjl
rt( (lM,,. *« Would it not be
tween Tumulo
and
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w l l c u i . l i n o. .||J .,11
W Stivil.-r anti 11. II. I l „ l e y
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Scabury, Florence
Eeabitry, John A.
Heahury, Mamie T
Sherwood, Fred
{¡intuans, Alie«
Tul lar, J. ('.
I* (»dike, Earl
Updike, («. W.
U a I Inee, F. N.
Wallace, Mrs. May
Simtuoiis, Al ice
Simmons, tìeorge I,
flirr »J. M.
Soyder, (». \V,
Snyder, Mrs. («. W-
Stiles. John t’.
Stile» William (ì,
Stile«, Winnie I)
Swisher Frank V
Thompson J Al'ou
Thorp«*, J. C.
Thor}*«* Mr». J. f*.
Thorpe, William P
Tnllar, Ednu
CELEBRATE
THE FOURTH
IN LAIDLAW.
B,.|
u n a .r.l.n ilin i „1 »h a t till,
movement means? It is propo-ed
that all who arc interested get to
gether. and l»y reading and dimen­
sion of tli«’ various phases of social
istn try to get a better idea as to
what it mean», in order to mtclltg-
entlv deetde whether to be for or
againstt\
To get the movement starlet . n
.meeting will be held Friday ni.dit.
June I-'. ntM o ’ clock sharp’ None
j barred by age, sex or present con­
dition of servitude.
Last Semester Ends.
j
j School closes in Laidlaw this
week so far as the lower grades
j are concerned, but Trof. Thomp­
s o n 's upper class pupils will t tudy
JOSEPH
LE1TER,
WHO
IS
TO
W ED
AN
ARMY
B ELLE.
Joseph Lelter, who Is said to be engaged to Uiss Juliette W illiam« of
Washington, 1« ooe o f the uioat widely known society nu n In the country. 11»
hi a son o f tile late L l> . le tte r and was born lu Chicago In 1WIK. lie waa
frrnduatcd from Hurrnnt lu 1S91 and In 1.81*7 was the hero o f tbe most during
wheat deal ever known.
Mr. letter wus very attentive to XIUs Katherine
rik ln s livfore her engag«<rnent to tbe Duke o f the Ahruxzt. and at oue time
It was reported that he and the daughter of tile West Virginia ceiuUor were
e&fafitd.
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