m --v \ m R « '« r ■4 eg H ‘r-" ^87 ^ jr f a *— ; ^ BAI DRAW, CROOK COUNTY, OREGON, VOL. 111.—NO. 11. r FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4 , 190». •*W 7 Clear Lake to become Modern Pleasure^round A company o f Portland cupit.il- i wore no wat^r intervening. In fact the sensation o f one, who old Fish Lake station and will erect n modern tourist hotel and otherwise improve the «rounds for summer p'easuit* seekers. troen out upon the lake when the surface is perfectly calm, is that ,,f floating through the air at a distance o f some hundreds o f | erect a boat above the forest and valley I house and fit out a number of below. So clear is the water that gusoline launches for use ujxrn a ,|jmo dropped into the lake can \ Ciear Lake, one o f Lne wonders be- plainly seen as it zigzngs its o f the World, which is but about downward course through one-half mile distant from location o f the hott! 300 the f,-et o f water and is clearly vis- site. Bill’s Purchase of Trunk Line Confirmed UMMER is fading; the broad leaves that grew So freshly green, when June was young, are falling; And, all the whisper-haunted forest through The resiles* birds in sadden tone* are calling, From rustling hazel c >pse and tangle dell, “ Farewell, sweet Summer, F’ragrant, fruity Summer, Sweet, farew ell!” S itds have secured control <>f tin They will also -'..-V* 9%W •■%*'**. / a m t ’c ll to -S u m m er. Monied men will build tourist hotel and' | put gasoline launches upon the lake FINEST SUMMER RESORT IN CENTRALOREfiON able a* it comes to rest upon the Clear I-uke is one o f the most bottom. The lake is teeming lieautiful and picturesque lakes with trout, many o f which are to la? found in any country. It i over 2*1 inches in length and ap is in what ap|iears to have been p^ar to be floating in air as they The little brook that babbles mid the ferns. O ’er twisted coots and sandy shallows playing. Seems fain to linger in its eddied turns. And with a plaintive, purling voice is saying (Sadder and sweeter than my song can tell,) “ Farewell, sweet Summer, Warm and dreamy Summer, Sweet, farewell!” r-From September Farm Journal. hnd but a narrow outlet In sumc the north cast a perfect reflec- manner this outlet became grad- t|on jn the mirror of the water, unity filled until the lake was The lake is surrounded by the formed to a depth of several hun- forest, the stately trees costing dred feet, submerging the forest1 perfect reflections upon the glass nnd vegetation which were grow- like surface. The beauty and the ing in the basin. The water is the grandure o f the scene is inde purest o f ice cold crystal and scribable. No pen can give any supplies the lake without collect- dear conception o f the beanties in.? a.ty sediment. The submerg- of this spot of nature, nestled as it is in the very heart o f the lofty i*J forest and vegetation are in , . , , , mountain range and surrounded perfect preservation and can be, by craggy craters o f long extinct as plainly seen from the boat as I volcan -es.it is indeed None of at- you pass over as though there ure.s wonders. Engineers are at work snrveyiug up the Deschutes river canon. Harriman may also follow river grade. HILL’S CONTRACTORS SAY CENTRAL OREGON NEEDS TW O ROADS. * Upon the windy hills, in many a field, The honey-bees hum slow al>ove the clover. Cleaning the latest sweets its blossoms may yield, And. knowing that their harvest-time is over, . Sing, half a lullabwand half a knell, “ F a re w «!, sweet Summer, Honey-laden Summer, Sweet, farewell!” at one time u broad basin or Rwim beneath one. The Three Sis- . gorge; heavily timbered which j ters rearing their hoary heads to i | 1 hat H ill lias purebred th*?Ore- iline to a junction with tile nortli gon Trunk Line up the Deschutes and south road and tliua hold hit« has been Washington, Aug. IS).— Tlious- posed of the leading business men of the city mik I they arc preparing a statement setting fortli the mam reasons why the Corvallis & Fast en* should be selected (or extension. tor F r e n c h of tal station at rooted to visit seo the wheal Medford, Or., Aug. 27.—John I) Por ter, who has built many miles of rail- survey this way. They began their j road for James J. Hill arrived in this ; operations .at the mouth of the river ; Clty u .t evening after a trip through on iart Saturday and were imme central Oregon try automobile. Mr. Por diately followed by a Harriman ter claims tliat he inode the trip for j force, also working up the river and pleasure only, hut the rout lie fol lowed does nor indicate this. He made a lively fight is in piospect for ‘.he the trip from the Dalles to Prineville right-of-way up the canon. direct, then commenced a crisa-cross II.iniri.au has not yet made pup- journey until Fort Klamath was reach- lie liis choice of routes by which to i It** further known that lie mad* ' copious note* while en route. : enter Central Oregon hut it is gen- “ There will be a road incentrai Ore- s erally believed that he exja-cts to ^on in two years," «aid Mr. Porter, build up the river to connect with “ whether Harriman acts or n ot” Por- hie Klamath Falls line, the con- Usr declined to make any further sUte- , , , . , . , . . ment aside from saving the resources true* for 40 miles of which is *1- , ^ b of central Oregon were such as to de ready let. It is thought that he n,M>«l “ more than one road." will also extend the east and west —Portland Journal. O B IT U A R Y Tumalo . . » * i *V. j t » . <* ■ ' . I >. t , •♦ri This picture shows a part of the grain exhibit furnished by the Laidlaw Development League for the Boise Irrigation Congress two years a g * . «««• g i ì | i 1 Died— Mary (K enney) Platt, on Fridav, August 28, 1908 at the 1 Tumalo, Sept. I . - T. A. Jenson, j home o f her daughter, Ella E. I I. E. 1\ irner, and G. \V. Winter James, of heart disease and at- m*de Bend a business visit jester-j tendant complications. She had day. Mr. Jenson made final proof b e e n comparatively h e l p l e s s on his homestead and desert claim, while two generations had come and gone. Mass, was her native t'is other ge ntlemen acting as his | state but her fam ily o f daughters witnesses. was raised and educated in Iowa. C. L. Brantop.of Sisters, passed 1 She had been conscious that Tumalo today on his wav to Bend the Silver cord” was soon to to make final proof on his valuable break and requested that she onmestcad on the Lower Desert might be laid to rest by the side northeast of Sisters ' o f h e r husband. Alanson Platt. ... . . I who had gone before some seven i\ ca re b illin g fine harvesting m. s * , years ago. The remains were ac- weather an 1 the late frosts uid but j eompanied by her daughter and « l % v -ir P k rJfjS - I f k * little damage in this section. I grandson to Oxford, Nebr. “ R e s t W e a r y H e a d ” T. A. Jenson departed this morn ing for Miles, Washington, where A d d itio n a l L o c a ls . he goes to accept a good position. The l>erry pickets from the vicinity Squibs of WU and J of i t. Washington came in last nigh*’, Humor and report a pleasant trip and plenty •T -T« j'r? j_nyiAv»«rr,.r^;*r Look in g F or R e v e r g * . W o m a n ’ s W orld. The California State redeiuthm of Women's d u lia has Indorsed the efToit th e I d a h o e v p c r i m e n - ' to secure school luiftraRo for the ivoiu Mo-co has been di 1 en of the state. Twenty'-five high school principle* In the Adam s' farm and 1 Kansas arc women. They are salti to I <1.> their work so well that no one lias for himself. ever suß.esteit putting men In their According to reports the wheat Two engin- entire Oregon territory, him into the Deschutes canon to Commercial dob ippoinls Director French ordered committee to cornier with ^ Hcparlmcnt #i' ,b?r‘" Harrimaa Officials. culture to make report ■ and« ol inquiries are being ree» ived Up the question of the Coavallis it ■ . , . . . , . . 1 1 ! by the department of ngrunltun Kadern railroad ns the one which regarding the new variety of wheat Mr. Ilarrimuii should extend into raised by Abraham Adams, of Jtil- Cental Oregon. Tin* Albany Coin- iaett i, Idaho, which is alleged to inercial Club has appointed «unten a ¿com com- . , . ..... . prcducc ns high as 221 huslicls an u , , inittee to confer with Itoti* Mr. Har- acre. I he Saturilav Evening I osi ritnan and Mr. O'Brien in an effort of last week exploited tins wheat to induce them to select this line and since then the department ol as the one to I k - extended into the agriculture 1ms had no peace. In interior of tin* state. order to ascertain the facts, Dircc- Tho committee ap|H»inted is com confirmed. ecring crew« have been thrown by ALBANY WORKS ALASKA WHEAT FOR C .& E. INVESTIGATED The people of Albany have taken WHOLE NO. 148. ,-j S i v ! 1 !. * 1 i ) yr ^ Vrt of berries. F aith and W ork *. m i s s Mabel ueunett Johnny—What would you do If yot was out In the deep water nnd a grea evening from her trip big shark was eutulu' right ut you? putcli on the McKenzie Tommy—I'd do a short prayer, urn then I'd swim like the old scratch.-! they had a j dley tim e Chicago Tribune. j plenty of berne». asrsKTurKT or no: i s t i k i u i :, t*. S. l.M.d Olttrs at Tlie Psllr-. OrfyiU', has three women on Portland, Me.. in question has a coninoait head, i ............................ 1 * the Reboot board, two wotneu on tlio This committee will also a <k the that is, each head is made tip «>( n' Isiartl of overaeera. one woman |iollee- co »iteration of other sections to lie I man who Is also agent for the state cluster of ordinary heads and is of : iKiard of protoctlou for chlldreu. a wo- patticirlurlv benefited by the exten uiaa ns assistant el.y clerk and a wo white soft variety. , . , , , , I man as city librarian. sion of this line. A telegram was Agricultural experts arc skeptical sent to Mr. Harrituan from Albany about it and that it is a strain of S la te Lilie s . telling him that it waa the hope ol "in in c le " wheat or seven headed Out of eighty-three Mlohlgnn coun the people that the Corvallis & 1*. C\ X I —(.Sot his number? wheat that lias long been grown in ties fifty eight nominate their otDdals P. C\ Y2 (who has been standing on hv direct vote. Eastern would las extended and : Ids head through some fault of his dfferent parts of the mountain reg- , , , , There . are now more cultivated fnrms own)—No. confound It! I'd give a asking him to visit them and , ion?. They say they have a n a ly z e d j supporting prosperous families la Min ua,.,,...;. u,.,, oar help drive a spike. The answer nesota than there were men. tvouieu i tat W.- Sketch, it and found it low in proteid. nnd children lu the state fifty years ------------------- --- came to the tfleet that ha woold W a itin g For Coed Luck. They also doubt whether it ia ** B1’. Texas win make about $1.000.000 Tho foolish man alls down, x ns it Albany on hU trip north and good milling wheat and think the from tier onion crop this year. Hhe Without Ihu wish to miivo. Ai.d Iftlris ton thunilM <:lul waits would discus« the raattar with thorn farmers t-hould go aloiv about tak cent experts to Ilcrmtidu last fall to J or go.nl luck lu arrive. look over the plantations there and nnd it now looks bright (or tho C. Tho wise man bares Ids arms ing up with it until the department buy seed. The result Is that the Texas And work* to make tho way A K. which is already built tome farmers have cut heavily Into the Ber A smooth on* fur tin- good hns invostigatod muda onion business In this country Luak that inn y e-c-iu r. , :a? dny GO miles into the mountains. * r.'.i li.-’ .uJ —sipokoeuian-Iteview— nod will do to still more i**xt year. , , kn„w ami found ft accom|)ituied by his father-in law and mother-in-law, Sir. and Mr*. Roe, «top August 2D 11)08 NOT COM trail and say* Mr. Wilcoxen, of the lteml country, N o l l e * KOK pi Hl.lCAllO.V places. returned last to the berry I..IND X u TK'I l is hereby given that Robert M. M'riglit of Sisters, Oregon, who on Juno 11th 1D*)2 made Homestead Entry (Svrinl No.OoSt) No. 11007 for k J nk ^- niv J m ; - m \ sk 4 S e c t i o n 26, Tow iship lä Soil'll Range 10 Kast, Willamette Meiidian, Ims tiled notice I of intaiitioii to make Finftl five year Proof to estahlisli claim to the land shove deserit*ed, before H. C. K.lli*, I'nitcd State* Commissioner at I««.- olfice at Bend, oregon on the 7th. day of October ltH;8 1 | claimant names ns witocsses: ped over night in I.aidlaw the first of the week. Arthur clothier and wife were in town the first of the week, Arthur eal- ling upon our merchants. in from the south contract is let for the lie rams uud says the construction of the railroad fourty miles north ol Klamath falls. Henry King jud his nii-ce, Miss Ella walkensliHiv; curl williams and his daughter, HuUh, of Grass Valley, were in' i.aidlaw one evening this I .1. If. Kilwards of ' • • (ileL.OregiAi weds. They entertained some id our chi-stos (op a short while at TulUr's W. K. Burkhard of " *!#•* Arthur Templeton of bisters urc^nn restaurant with some tine ringing, Alvie Tetnpletou of Li. 'V, Hoc?.. B 'V *U r. a* the jxi.i.g ladu^ be; g vtrj line -u g- I els.