Laidlaw chronicle. (Laidlaw, Crook County, Or.) 1905-19??, September 25, 1908, Image 2

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A. C. MARST i.RS,
lì. It. BUTLER.
Wonder what has becoir.o o f
Seabury’s Directory o; Crook
County. Guess it ‘died a baw in’
like his Inter-.Mountain Socialist.
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Multnomali County.
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and Crook county would soon
bave the finest roads in the State.
Let’s have a rock chrushcr am.
good reads!
O u r b u s in e s s e x te n d s t h r o u g h o u t
the entire D E S C H U T E S V A L L E Y
WE CAN HANDLE VOIR PROPOSITION,
NO MATTER WHERE LOCATED.
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For President.
For Yicc-Prci iJcnt,
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W e h a n d le ir r ig a t e d la n d s
im p r o v e d o r u n im p r o v e d .
T im b e r la n d s . Town p r o p ­
e rty. B u s i n e s s o h a n c e s a n d
a li kin tfs o f in v e s t m e n t s .
Halt tc«.ad *
We advertise each «mil every pirn* of property
listed Midi us and >\ i 11 «p*t you <| u ¡r k results.
List your laud, town prop»»rty nr business w i11 1
us and wt* Mill do tliu rest.
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t o ns a n d w o w i l l find w h a t v o n w a n t .
Till* I K-M'liutrs \;ill»*V )i ns ovrr 10(1, (KB! inn» of irri|*:i 1»It* liim),
'11(1,000 scri'H n f s I ' l l o w p u n - t i m l x - r ,
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w liilc dtirin g Uia< uinla r miai *print( ni"i)th* tln* alm k* unii un -a- ura-
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Next to railroads are wagon
In siart:mr a’ t irriprated tract
rci.iis in the development ol' a nothin.? counts but experience.
new country. The railroads are
You can talk and explain to be­
coming and we shou:J have ?:>od ginners in the irrigation field un-
wagon roads radiating over all til the cows come home: but they
parts of the county to meet them know, know for sure, that if ten ' V '• 1
so as to enable the farmers to de- or twenty inches of water dur-
liver their produce to the markets ing the season will produce good
in th^ most speedy ar.d ecor.om- results, then twenty or forty
ical manner. Our County C ourt. inches will be doubly as good,
ha? been and is doing well in the ,fcnd then they go on to failure
matter of roads; they are grant- until they »ake up and get down
ing and opening up new ones to moderation,
where at all practicable; they are
— Irrigon Irrigator,
spending much money in l-oad
The above is only one of many
improvement, bridge building who have made irrigation a study L a i d l a w ,
lavo lin i* of r;iil rotati un- nnaar starvi v.-il tl.m u g li t|,,. v .ll i- v alni
|>ro«iju'<'t of a ..r 1 y . on-trn ti"ti i* va ri y .....I
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T o thè hoiiimeeka-r unii Ih.- in v i-tu r Me brave M ’• a..) ni . >r-i-a > > I ai i ■. ' n *
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and other necessary read work,
All this is commendable but the
fact should not be overlooked in
ro?d building that the bad pieces
o f road are the ones that need
care in the building.
who say that failure in an irriga-
tion section jnst opening up is
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usually the result o f injudicious
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use of water- The cry usually I'llY S K I l \ anil
goes up, according to those who <\ 1 1 11 i ri» t T ’* •!«• i » *i i n i «• r -a Il I I »**
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have made it a study, that there
In this county the roads must
o f necessity cross many rockev
ledges and these, as well as boul-
ders, stumps etc. must be remov-
ed from the road bed leaving big
holes to be filled. When these
holes are filled with ditt itleaves
a soft spot in the roao bed. The
drawing of heavy leads over such
place causes them to cut out and
form aiangei ous chucks. It takes
time and money to keep repairing
these p a n d they are con-
stantly
• trouble to those
is an insufficiency of water; that
crop:-: do not make the yields they
should because enough water has
not been available etc. Exotm-
ience, however, has proven
the reverse to be true an 1 after
the irrigationis-; has gained wis-
dom through experience he looks
back ujjon those days ar.d sees
where he had water enough ami
to spare for two acres but he used
it all on one,
Water in th arid region is a
precious article, an article t> be
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The Youth’s
Companion
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Township Pints
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Land Script For Sale
For lo ru rin g
Bank Bldg. Bend. Ore.
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BULLARD
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Blacksmithing
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Choice Pork, Mutton and
Veal Usuali} On Hand.
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Hudson Imnd Co.
T IJ K
D A I I. I H. ( I K K .
FOPv E V E R Y
MF, M B E R O F
T H E F A M I L Y N E W MEAT M A R K E T
SOME OK THU MATY ATTRACTIONS
OKI 4.10.0 IlY TU B COMPANION TO
who have heavy loads to draw used with wisdom and economy
NfcV/ COUiCRtUBRS:
over the roads,
that it may cause the parched
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— humorous mil character ‘ tori» s, at or i n oi
1 his defect in our roads can earth to give up its fruits in
li»e in tli«? j;rcat <i:i %, in l!. wildrrnr
on th- '•ra, in«In ling Si* S^ritl S t o n e »
be easily overcome oy the pur- bounteous quantities. No man
l y .ix favorite Comj an.on writers.
chase and use o f a rock thru.-her has a right, legally or morally, to Stage.
109 Inspiring Pcpcrs
for the County. The law allows use more water than he needs to .1 W . W h i l e S u c c e s s o r f o
M«-n and women who have nr hirvrd tri?'*
sucres. in life wiil contribute nrti 1 s fell
the purchase of two chrushers actually put to a beneficial use.
W ill I E A H IL L .
of si.;*p«-stion arul encouragement to li.e
for cac h county, and we believe When he does so he is useing J{ L M I
young and nmb.tiou..
O K K fiO N
that tl;e County Court could that which does not belong to _____ '
For (he Boys and Girls
Admirable stories t#f life in American
make no more judicious an ex- him but by right belongs to an-
borrilirg schrmls, narratives of adv'-nlur *
We have no irrigation law in such a> r very youfh d* lights in, humorous
pendi ture than in the purchase other, to the one who can and
pictures r.f the domestic viris- ilud-*s wiiii Ii
o f these machine:
it to a beneficial use. To 1 ^ -egon .” Those, who make snch
By its use will put
every ^irl is familiar with nr • among the
features which endear '1 he Companion to
the holes and the soft places be sure, the laws of Oregon are
claini wi!l 1<;;irn to t*K*ir '»rrow,
younj» people.
caused by the removal o f rocks, meager and inadequate for the ;iorr'e ^ine
Oregon 1 as
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stumps, and ledges could becasi- proper control o f the water sup- s >rne w;*tcr laws and some very | — sketches, anecdotes, flits of humor and
miscellany win« h take but a minute to read.
ly. quickly
and cheaply filled piy and its proper distribution stringent ones at that and the
Th* E d ito r ia l P a g e . C u r r e n t F v e n t» .
N o ’ v '* a n d S c ie n c e . T h e C h ild re n ’« P a r e .
with crushed rock and the cover­ but such laws as we have are ruthless destruction of property,
T h e W e e k l y H e a lth A r tic le .
ing o f earth would then have a ruthlessly disobeyed and in many the forceable taking o f water IV.v .tr-Jt"«* Announcement f tr xryu’j Pnd Sample
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without color o f right is not tol­
firm foundation so that the instances an advantage is sought
erated either by the statute or Tnr. Yo'.mrs CaHfANiort. boston . M ass .
phuck.s or ruts would be avoided to be taken by some who say the courts.
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