itamtKKPrmmimmmmmmmrsmmmmmmmmmmmmmnj. .j.m. i. ....... The Mcira Pioneer I scnption paia. i I urn authorized to. Buy that IHibllshed every Thursday by ftlloIX . Xp P. OorUttailV will 7 I'lONEEU r UDLisuiNo co; letla tho subscription list with subscription nATE8 : o.uuu, in camp equipment, lic ycn $1.50 with till iieceasnry tents, oook Nit mntillia ofr " rhrco montiVsV.V.V.'.'.V.V.',!!!! !!!!!!!! !8ofoulllt blacksmith shop, sump era, tools, steam drills, boilers. - etc., etc, and money. VlVP0'1. 1,8 orconu cmss matter A.HKustf Tim ilirpnlnrq nf Mm Puniml 2it. mot. at tho Pnsturfirn nt xrmii-no A I j. U8 aiieciors oi me central wmicr tho Act ot Congress of March 3, i87u. Oregon Development Compav ; r have promised a subscription inuKouAy - july 16, 190S 0f 25,000, in lumber and ties. -I The large grading otuUt could MR. HOWARD'S LETTER be put to work very quickly. You can readily see how Explains Plans For Proposed Control practicable this plan 'l8 With Oregon. Reuoao grading outfits, labo supplies, Bend, Ore,, July 13, 100S. ?m ttm blidge8 rnA - n .1 and ties, all within the power f , r t m j -.r , of the people of this country to- ..... aubscribe tue road c b n a f lvOmn I f, b ' pleted with the exception of the .Gentlemen: ., m. , - . , m.. n , t,.5,, rulls- Tue sale of bonds will xu vea. weguii jtuuroaa supply t10m. I !nmnnnir linn 1 wi j-i - I J I " x. .A J - , f?j An engineering party vi be Z - rt i "MMUm " put on the location work within Tnilrnnn in fjMnrrnl Hrotrnn T I . v,-. - the next two weeks and a com la nfnrtnaort tn nnnnun nnlh ft... I r V. e V .u" plete survey will be made. We ?o,lunibia Southern at S hauiko T j - u -u j "vj.umivu have now waited many years for OIlH Kill I tMn Kln1An I U! . . J l "". t U"U1" Vxu; others to build a railroad into Tille, .Redmond and Bend. If n 1 r 1 , ' . Central Oregon and we have no -CIICA VU11I1CU11UU Willi uo Be- T t. .. 1 1 . . , .. . ., . ... railroad. Iet us all get to nirort tliotl of Kllnnilrn it- mill I " 77, "u oeiher and subscribe as much ,ak?n, 'Tn 8 to the preferred stock. Portland Chamber of Commerce W(J build " ready to haul a8 nueresung lUe ousiness men . ar,8 if tiT RtrllonH in (Ui nxn f - I x J ... "want to do so. I know of no xauroaa lor uns country, some Qther tQ fc ft raUroad .of the most influential business Tourfl tfu, aiien of Portland have been con- Rosooe Howaiid. suited, and have given assur- nce that if liberal support good business venture in tuis country could be given Speakiug of the Central Ore .the project the bonds to com- ROn railroad project as a busi Tplete the road will be sub- ness venture, the Bend Bulle Scribed in Portland and else- tin says: wnere. in addition to the com- "The investment of money in ttion stock of the railroad one Central Oregon stock would be iiiunuu uouars in per cent a good thing even though the preferred stock and one million stock should remain worthless, bonds will be issued. There will provided railroad transporta De no stock or bond bonus given tion is furnished. But the stock to any one. The stock and will not be worthless. On the bonds will represent the cost of contrary, the road will eaui a the road and no more. It is very good profit on the money proposed that the preferred invested. Men who are ac Stock.be subscribed for in this quainted with the cost of oper country. This feature together ating railroads have figured the . with the interest Portland has cost of operating the Central in the building of this road will Oregon on the same basis as is moke the sale of the bonds as- now expended in operating the :sured. Railroad men of much Columbia Southern, which is experience do not hesitate in au excessive figure. Even tak .saying that the road will be ing this excessive cost of opera a profitable one. Therefore, tion, the Central Oregon should those subscribing to the pre- earn a good profit. It is confi- ferred stock will not be donat- dently expected" by the men ing to the road, but will be behind the C. O. that its stock making a good investment; but will easily earn a fair per cent they could well alford to donate on its par value. for the benefits they will re- "The promotion of the Cen ceive from a railroad in this tral Oregon is a business prop country. Preferred stock will oSition from A to Z. It is pro be' sold for money, material, la posed to so plan the undertak er or supplies. If a person iner that it will command the desires to pay in wheat or respect of thoughtful busiuess other crain the railroad will ac-1 men, and consequently their cept it at the market rate at the support. That is being done time the road iB ready to haul and everything indicates that it out. Subscription lists are- the people will give the under iprepared with that end in view, laking their hearty support.7' if a man wishes to pav in labor, either of himself or teams, he The followers, advocates, ad- ,...n ,tn an a manhunt nnn hereuts and teachers of the pay in supplies; a lumberman Campbell system of dry farm can pav in lumber: a farmer can 'g should lake a tour through pay in hay or grain. All these Ule cherry orchards adjacent to thincs are necessary in con- The Dalles. The owners only struction and will be as accepta- cultivate them eight or 10 times a nnnuv a mnn anhanritv a year, some of them 12 times! iiin- ltiborof himself and team But none of them less than could reportatthe camp for duty. igt Cultivation skins Tentageand food for man and irrigation for cherries. The beast would be supplied. It Wasco county growers know, certainly would not be a hard- for they produce the goods to i8hip for anyone interested in show it. The Dalles Optimut. the road to subscribe Jour or , , T . , it , -, , t , - Editor Seabury ot the Laid- , , . aw Chronic e says there are a iteam were fed. It could bear- , . ,: . , " t, L , , , .-, thousand socialists in Crook ganged so that he could divide Our prohibilion law is ills time u sections working a J .f a noutli or wo montns a one - at Luid)aw period and the balance at an- J fl oUier, taking care of his own felmt 'mukea hhn afluira an the meantime A LttW aI)d Or- subscriber will be asked, to give jjoague should look into his bankable notes and the t,g oM b railroad will accept payment ' for I hern in the above manner; PARTIES indebted to me, pleaee upon completion of payment of yrc unntt with itko notes will issue its stock at Ieft -y flCC(jUDta or oiitlou.-iA. aiar for the -amount of the sub- v.0VLl', ', " t-Jl NOTICE FOR BOBUOATWN or Btatd Bolcction. Department of tho Intorlor, U. S. Laud Offloe, The Dalles, Oregon, Juuo 20, 10Q8. police la hereby given that on Juno 20. 1008. the Stnto of Oregon by Its duly author ized RKotit, In duo form, filed In this office tin application to Beleot as In demnity eobool laud the aise-l seo 18, tp 1Q e, r 15, e, w m. Auy and all porqona olalmlug ad versely tho ubova dcporlbed land or desiring to ohleot to, tho allowance of tho Bamc, should file their olalma or abjections In UiIb ollloo ou or befoie tho 5th day of August, 1008. J$-aQ 0. W. Mooup, Register TIMBER LAND, JN'otloo for Publica tion. Dopartnicut of tho Interior. U. S. Land Olllcu at The Dnllos. Orwrnn. June 25 908. Notico Is hereby given that SlARY J. MELLON. ofTon!nol Washington, who, on Juno 15, ivuo, maue uutuer nnu 6touo application No. ?Q8, for noi( sec 85. tp 1 s, r 10 o,w m, timber and stone proof, to establish claim to tho land abovo described, before tho nvuioivr uuu neceivurt u. o. jjanti timco at rhll DaIIpn. nrixrnn. nn flu, Q9ml lnu Af September, lW ' Claimant names as witnesses: Michael O'Connor, William G Mason, Daniel A McDonald, AHco Webb, all of The Dalles. Oregon. jlft-317 0. W. MOORE, Register, f Not Coal Land HOMESTEAD. Notico for Publi cation, Department of the Inter ior, TJ S Land Offl.'e at The Dalles, Oro Con. June 28. 1003 Notion in linrnhv giveu that EDITH S. BRAN8TETTER. of Madras. Oregon, who, on December 7, 1001, made Homestead Entry No. 10126, for aw sec 15, tp 10 p, r la e, w m , lias aieu notice of Intention to make fiual live-year proof, to establish claim to the laud above described, before Frank Osborn, (J. S. Commissioner, ut Madras, Oregon, on the 17th day of August, 10,08. Claimant names as witnesses: Wllltnm Ttnmanv. Dlmttl. liumaatr C ; Fox, Grace L Smith, all of Mad ras, uregon. C. W. MooitE, j2 a!3 Register tNot Coal Land L.I OME3TEAD. Notice for Publlca tion. Department of the Interior, TJ. S. Land OQlce at The Dalles, Ore gnu, June 20, 1008. Notice Is hereby given that HENRY J. BRAN STETTE U , of Madras, Oregon, who. on December 7, 1001, madu Homestead Entry No. 10125, for sej sec In, tp 10 s, r 13 e, v m, has filed notice of intention to make final five-year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, be fore Frank Osborn, U. S. Commis sioner, ot Madras, Oregon, ou the 17ih day of August, 1008, Claimant names as witnesses: Claude Ramsey, William Ramsey. C C Fox, Thomas A Long, all of Mad ras. Oregou. C. W. Mooiik, j0-a!3 Register : PEERING FARM MACHINERY THE KIND THAT ALWAYS PLEASES THE FARMER Anteuope, Oregon GENERAL MERCHANT STOCK IS COMPLETE PRICES WILL SUIT YOU The Store That Gives Satisfaction a. b. sm. m A j. Amx 1 Not Coal Land TIMBER LAND, Notice for Publi cation, Department of tho Inte rior, U. 8. Land Office, Tho Dalles, Oregon, June 25, 1008, Notico is here by given tltat HENRY C. COLLINS, of Tho Dulles, Oregon, who on June 24, 1008, made timber and stone appli cation No. 4677, for the lots 1, '2, 3, 4, and awjnw.; seo 29, tp 11 h, r He, w in, has filed notice of intention to make HinW timber and stone proof, to estab lish claim to the above described land; that THOMAS II MELLON, ofTonlno, Wushlngtoti, who on June 24, 1008, made timber uud stone appli cation No. 4078, for the sjse, hiJhw.1, Lot 4 nee 30, tp 11 s, rile, win, ha filed notice of intuiitlun to make final timber and stone proof to establish claim to the land above dencribed; That said dual proofs will ho offered before tho Register nud Receiver of the U.S. Land Ofllce at The Dilles. Oregon, on the 22 ud day of September 1008. Claimants name as witnesses: Michael O'Connor. Willhm G Ma son, Alice Webb, Henry C Collins, all of The Dalles, Oregon, Thomas 11 Mel lon, ofToniuo, Washing on. Jo-sl7 C W. MooiiE, Register A. E. CROSBY V It O V R I E x o n POSTOFFICE PHARMAC1 Turrlofi n Conii oto I,lue of Drug, Modirlnc. CliomlonU, llouiclioht Remtiitu I)riiKKltit'Kunilrlcii nud I'lioto Hnppllen. Country Malt Order 1 Rive toy petion Hltcntliin. A (IrHdiihto in clurjic, Hftfu dullvory RUnrantc-cd. Your preoption my fpoclnlty. Htryelinhio mid l'ot l)clroyor. Btorlc Kod nud I)liollklodi Auaticy for Knatiimn Kculnks. llolli 'I'lionc. WIIOI.KHAUI AND ItKTAIU THE DALLES, OKEGOl LUMBER FOR SALE We have plenty of lumber for sale at our mill, located about 3 miles east of Grizzly post office on county road. Prices right LUMBER Of all kinds. 1 -2 million feet of dry LUMBER at GRIZZLY LAKE SAWMILL Address, Culver, Oregon uniiu ii r t c-1 MB McMeekin Eastwood O T. S, Hajih.to.v, Pres. F. T. Huituii'itT, Vice-I'reu. J.( 1 owue, Celir EASTERN OREGON BANKING COMPANY FOREIGN EXCHANGE BOUGHT AND SOLD DRAFTS ON ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD t Capital Stock, $50,000 Deposits, $250,000 SHANIKO, OREGON A. S. PHILLIPS, Prop. i. i r i a a t a s r m. m rK i v aOa INC.W MAInAVji C.IVI HIM I W j Tables Supplied With The Best Market Affords J Y GrOOiD, jx.Tirz' isoohes T X FEED STABLE t X Transient Teams Given Best of Attention 9 t BEND - SHANIKO LIVERY, STAGE- & STABLE COMPNY J. H. WENANDY, PROPRIETOR Daily Stages to Shaniko and Bend, Livery Service in Connection. Stables at Madras, Shaniko and Bend vs. FOR PARTICULARS AND RATES SEE FRANK OSBORN Agent Madras, Oregon '.'3 .J, . , "Special" SALE SUMMER HATS Re. $1.75 Dress Hat $1.35 50c Hats 40c Other Hats in Proportion MadrasTradingCo. C E. ROUSH, manacer Jf ifmilill .ii n ,,, ,,1. MiiJtlltt M.