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1 " ... ; ; !.,'...;.' - ," : , , , . It 7 J i J M TiiE-.'GOHDOil GLOBE. FRIDAY. APRH. 1, 1892. THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF GILLIAM COUNTY, OREGON. THE DUNBAR CASE. The eutire press throughout the state is loud in its denunciation of the outrageous verdict and sentence imposed upon 0. W. Dunbar, of the Aoria Town Talk, who is the first man ever convicted and sentenced in the state for libel. " Nearly every paper in the state has had their say about it, in language similar to the two clippings below: - Portland Telegram: Most of the republican conventions so far held counties west of here have express- matter with Gov. Pennoyer, of Or ed a 'desire for the renomination of j egon? He is a good man, and a ' lion. T. A. McBride, present pros ecuting attorney, and a brother of Secretary cf State Geo. W. Mc liride, as their candidate for circuit judge. This is somewhat signifi cant, from the fact that the present judge, F. J, Taylor, does not seem to be favored for renomination. He is the judge who sentenced Sandy Olds to one year's Imprisonment fur murder, and sent ff poor fellow who stole two fish to the peniten tiary for three years. He also sen tenced an 0. W. Dunbar to a year's iaiprisoninent for libel. It is pos sible the judge who tried and sen tenced Dunbar was prejudiced ftainst him, on account of severe fctrictures that had been published by Dunbar about the judge him- FC1I. XI SO, ne was aisquaillieu irom j rates. All money due when mares change hands . .i ' ' j l, leave the countrv. Mares must be fed and trying tne case, and a Cliange OIj,.arei for daring winter, and In tmmmer mares tit venue snouia nave been should have been : had. J udging from the way the delegates s yare speaking in conventions, they iave had all they want of Judge Jfaylor, and desire a ' change. . A -"""good judge should be kept continu ously in his place, term after term, , ' because after one term, and still af ter two, he can serve the people better than any new man; but" a bad judge is some thing that should be gotten rid of at " the earliest p : .iortuBity -u "-' . . ting on this subject says: A law yer, before a jury, could have been more severe in his criticism on the character of an ; innocent witness, and enjoyed perfect immunity; but a newspaper editor, where he has a substantial foundation, cannot let sunlight shine on the rougues and swindlers for the benefit of the community without incurring the penalty of the. law, Freedom of the press is an empty sound and a farce, and in this free country, whore every man is supposed to be A(nal, if an editor desires to paint jTthief in his true colore, he should hire an attorney to do it before a jury. The latter is above the law, because it was made by him, and for his sole benefit. ' Those Americans have honored themselves and their country who have contributed to the relief of the t-tarving people of Russia, the only country which was our firm friend during the darkest days of our . Civil War. The 3000 tons of flour and corn-meal have been sent to Jlussia frornf the West in a manner ,, nobly and characteristically Amer i ican. The railroads have charged ,' nothing for transportation; .the . - eteauibhip Missouri has becn-ehar-ti'red gratis; the officers and crow - "tijj not draw fvdollar from the fam in0fiuvi71,h loi.-gshoremen and HevcMorus loaded therargo without ucc-'ptiiift a cun; for their labors. Thus the. Missouri is freighted,. not only with provisions' for the starv ing, but with thl heartfelt feympi). t.liies and hearty '-good-will of the hole American people. No breeze v .11 flare to blow a hostile blast ityiinstthat sacred ship, and the M waves will smoothe themselves her tj make her voyage safe, and pleasant. Within a week , 11 have a -message across the 1 of tsuch : friendliness and .J.1 ILutall who haveaf-sihled work of relief will feel pruud rienns. liuly who roinemhorfl I .!; year wards to ,il ) a Lviband ! i the money " ion eh rc- "Seattle Post Intelligencer r Maj. Stem, of Taeoma, because his step son has been arrested for seducing a girl whoni he met at the ekat- S ing rinkr wishes to abolish the rink. Suppose his stepson had first met his victim at a church' , sociable, or a Good Templar lodge, or a Sunday school picnic, would the Major abol ish all these opportunities for the social meeting of the sexes? The trouble is not with the skating rink; the trouble is with the young man and the young woman. Young people, who have to be hermetically sealed up; kept under lock and key lest they sin, are not worth worry ing about; they will be sure to sin whenever they are turned loose. If the Democrats are looking for long wavs farther west than anv of the others. St. Paul Globe. It can no longer be concealed that the present spring weather bags at the knees. ... : Of Interest to Horsemen. 1 trill make the nenson for my pure bred Ver cheron stallion, "PROCOPE," at the follow ine plaee: At D. Livingstone's place at May ville, bei?ihuing Saturday, A pril 2d, and at V. A. Fry's ranch on Beecher Flat on April Sd. The horse will be at each of these places two da-yn in each week, beginning one day later each week. The balance of the time he will stand at my place at Kofscil. "PROCOPE" is a dapple groy, weight 1600 pounds; good stvle and remarkably fine ac tion; and is a sure foul getter. Terms, JlOMu uranre fl5. h. C Hoffman, Fossil. HORSEMEN, ATTENTION I I will make the season for my borso "Usuroer" at Condon, commencing April 1, 18!2. The horse will be at Knox's livery stable at Condorl, Mon days, Tuesdays and Wednesdays of each week, and the balance of the time at my ranch on Hey creek. Horsemen wishing to wife heavy draft horsoswill find it greatly to thir advantage to see my horse before making arrangements else where. "Usurper" IB a sure foal getter and and an excellent breeder. Terms; Insurance, IIS, money due when mares show to be with foal. Season, 112.50, money due July 1st. Persons Breeding lour or more inarc will get reauccu a distance will be ptistured at Jl per month, but I will not be responsible for unavoidable acci dents. My pasture is fenced. by barbed wire and is in excellent order. Pedigree: "Usurper" (2'o. 3S8; is a Scotch ('lydeMinle, bred by Powell Bros., tjprir.gboro, Pa and registered in the American Clvdesdale Stud Book, fr-ire, -"Cauda-har," 6.S6, Vol. 1W) bv "Lord Derby," 485; dam, "Bell of Scotland." 1678. by -"Volunteer," 889. he by "Prince Charley," 629, also many prize win ners. "I fi'rpers" weight is 'MX) pounds. or ners. "I snrpers" weight is IilX) pounds, further particulars apply to the undersigned. H. 0. Strickland, Condon, Or. NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION". Lisp Office at Tub DaiXes, Ob., Feb. 2.. 1S02. Kotiee ia hereby given that the following named settler has filed r.otieeof his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before Jav P. Lucas, county clerk, at Condon, Or., April 11, '92, viz: JOSEPH R. KALSTON, Hd. 2033, for the wl n wli, nwW w sec 22, and ne1 se1' sec 21 tp o s of r 24 e. lie names the following ivitner,gex to pruve his i-ontiimous residence upon nnd ettltif ation or, said lJiid, Tizr- M.0. Clarke, tr. H. Seel, of Lone Hock, and Al Hensbaw aud E. E. Smith, oi Condon, Oregon. ml-3 John W. LbwIs, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Omct at The 1ai.les, Or., Feb. 25, 1802. Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before county jtidgeof Gilliam county at Condon, Or., on April 10, 1892, viz: CHAPXES W. WESTER, Hd. 2519, . for the se?' sec 20 tp 2 s of r 21 e. He .names the following witnesses to prove his continuous resi dence upon aud cultivation of, said land, viz: Henry 0. Dodson. Grant Wade, Fremont Wade and C. A. lanneman, oil of Clem, Oregon. rnl-8 : John W. Utwtn, Kegitrter. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land OmcE atThs Dalle?, Or.. Feb. 25, V92. Notice is hereby given that the following uamed settler has tiled notice of his intention to make final proof in support of bisclaim, and that said proof will be made ix'forceoHnrv judge of tiil liam county, at Condon, Or., on April 16, 1802, viz: y -. HEXEY C. DODSOS. Hd. 2517, . for the sec 20 tp 2 1 of r 21 e. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous resi dence upon and cultivation of, said bind, viz: Chas. W. Wester, Gr.int Wade, Fremont Wade and C A. Uanneman, all of Clem, Oregon. m4-i . Johx W. Lewis, RuKistcr. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Orncc at The Dalles, Ok., Feb. 2T,1R92. Mrtice is hereby given thut the following named settler has tiled notice of his intention to muk final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof W'iU be made before conntv Judge of GiHiam county at Condon, Or.; April 10, 'Sri, viz CHARLES W. Bt'RTOX, Hd. 4287, for the neVf, e4 nc! sec 1 tp 4 s of r 21 e, and lot 5 sec 6 tp 4 s of r 22 e. He names the fol lowing witnesses to prove his continuous resi dence upon and caltivation of, said land, viz: Geo. Tatom, O..W. Rinehart, a A. D. Hurt and Manley T. Keiznr, nil oi Condon, Oregon.' m4-3 ' . ,:' John W. Lkwik, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at The Dali.es, Oit., Meh. 2, '92. Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler .hns fild Tioticeof hi? intestiofi to nikc final uroof in support oi his claim, and that said proof will be made before J. W. Morrow, county clerk oi Morrow eounty, at Heppner, Oregon, on Majr 14, 12, viz: -JiL'GENE MYERS, Hd. 4191, for the n sc'i and n4 sw4 sec 23 tp3 s of r23 e. ile names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of, said land, viz: N. II. McVny, Frank Holmes, B. L. Al:ers and C. 11. Esteb. ail of Goosetierrv, Or. , a.1-7 John W. I-ewis. Register; NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. I.snd Office at The Dalles, Or., March 21, 1892. Notice is hereby given that the following-named seitlsr has tiled notice of bis inteulion to make final proof Iu support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before J, P, Lucas, comity clerk of Gilliam county, ut Condon, Or., on May a,'loS, viz: JAME3 K. FITZWATER, D. 8. 7210, tor the wJ4 sw!. se!4 Kl4 'c 20 tp 3 s 01 1 19 e. He names the following witnesses to prove lus continuous residence upon and cultl vavion of, said land, viz: Frank Palmer, Jes. H. Nel:-oii. J, A. Rk'hmobd and W. C. Caldwell, all of ( Jindoil, Oregon. . , m20-6 John W.Lewis, Register. r:.:': ; notice. .-X--. I"77" r. Iam Office, The Dalles, Or., Meh. 15. '92. f.oiupluliit having been entered at this otriec by ( , J. Hayes, Coilon,Mregon, against heirs of (;. M. IJ1111, deceased, for abandoning his home. tcU entry No. 2"l;i, dated Oct. , 16, upon the n? i n-4 sec 13 tp 6 of r 24 e, to Gilliam countv. Oregon, witlt view to the cancellation of said entry, the siiid parties are hereby summoned to appear at this office on the 1 Ith daj'-of Vuv, lWtt, at 10 o'clock a. in., to respond and fiirnidi testi mony concerning said alleged-' abaii'toumeiit. i, . iiirsp,,. r.i is auruonzen to ts;a Uptti- moiiy in this essu t his olliee iu Lone Rocit Or- 1 j .ft-"., ni jiv V tiO': a. ill., .-jrtjr , jrrfi. nii-4 JOHN W. LKW TO THE BEEF EA1 Chiirlcs fix. thi Condon butcln; liishcs the people of Condon and thtcholiM tender and ivilcv If it a tpei Imtv to send beef all ovr f s,'ii!i'. My prices ni-c very if nuYiwH ytmr p;i-oiinpe. mm fair t.ntiii itmiMi j r Mii: A.V., .... In ;,l .v oil lr.V BUSINESS LOCALS. "rnclcTom'i Cabin," 2oC, at Darling's, -, Cranberries at Halstead, Kinchart A Co.'s. 1, 2, 3, 4, i nnd B-rhI. stone jars, I. W. D Co. Pure maple syrup at Hulstcad, Rinehart A Co's. Try our comb honey; it's very nice, llulstcHd, RincbartiCo. Genuine elder vinegar at Halstead, Rinehart A l'o.'s. A lineof fine, fashionable pnpotorle, first-class, L. V. Darling Co., Condon, We are just hunting forchronlc coughs to cure, "S. Ji," for side by 1, W. Darling & Co. Housekeepers, try some of the Liquid Washing Bluing, ut Darling's, Condon, .. ... , Fine maps of Oregtin, folded for pocket use, 60c each, at L. W, Darling Ji Co.'s. . Your bird would sing better in anewcago. Get one from L. W. Darling lie Co. If yon see it In our advertisement you will find it in onr store. Ilulstead, Rinehart & Co. Barrels, did you say t Yes, we have a few 5, 10 and 50-gullou size. L. W, D. it Co., Condon. Windows, doors and all kinds of builders' hard ware, at Halstead, Rinehart & Co.'s, Condon. ("halm, tables, bureaus, bedsteads, and wool and wire mattresses, at L, W. Darling & Co.'s. Toilet soaps in endless .variety, also the best laundry soap in the world. L. W. Darling & Co, More trouble at Halstead, Rinehart A Co.'s, bv all their wool tmt-erwear falling from $2.25 to U.0O. The S. B. Cough Cure is simply perfect, ' Spend Mo with U W. Darling, aud you will be ready to sing. . Something worth seeing and owning those splendid hanging lumps, now displayed by L. W. Darling & Co. Pure strained honey "Oil Oaken Rucket" brand. The finest iu the market. Halstead, Kinchart & Co. . ; The German-American insurance Co., of New York, has established an ofliec at Condon with U W, Darling as agent Don't let your' boys go to school In the storm without one oi those lino overcoats at Halstead, Rinehart k Co.'s. Only 5. Ask at L. W. Darling Co.'s drug store for the 8. B. Headache cure, and you will be given the best headache medicine known. We carry a full stock of garden seed from the well-known and standard garden seed house of D. M. Ferry A Co. Halstead, Rinehart & Co. The frostiest, purest and best stock of drescrtp tion medicines in the country can be found at the drug store of I W. Darling Sc Co., Condon. Extra sizes ot shirts at Halstead, Rinehart & Cor , to tit tall men with slim booies or short men with long arms. Call aud be convinced. The famous "Williams Burtwr ' Bar Shaving Soup" the best in the world for the toilet uud for shaving. For sale by L. W. Darling & Co. Why be bothered with a bnrnt-OHt, broken or warped fire back in your cook Biove when you can buy one of those patent adjustable backs at Halstead, Rinehart & Co.'s to rttany size stove? Don,t forget the Oliver Chilled when you want a plow. They arc the best in the market We are the sole agents for Condon and are selling them at Arlington prices. Halstead, Rinehart k Co. Subscriptions for nil the newspapers and mag azines in the United states and also the leading papers of the Old countries, received by Herbert Halstead, at the poftollice, at publishers' prices. It will save you risk and trouble. Good shoes cost a little more, but the wear Is out of all proportion u the cost. Remember this when buying aud take nothing but the genuine Buckingham is Hecht. They have a world-wide reputation for over a quarter of a century, for slid merit Halstead, lilnebart ti Co. We arc agents for Kuapp, Burrell & Co.'s com plete line of goods, consisting of wagons, car riages, bugtiies, buck boards, harness, gang, sul key and common plows, harrows, seeders, drills, headers, self-binders, mowers, reapers, rakes and all kinds of farming machinery. Descriptive catalogues full of information and prices upon application. Halstead, Rinehart A Co. NOTICE. Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the county clerk of Gilliam county, Oregon, for the erection of a jail and court bouse, to be built according to plans and specifications now on file at said office. Bids to be opened by the county court on Wednesday, May 4, 1892, at one o'clock, p. m. . . Dated at Condon, Oregon, March 15. 192. - : ,.. ,- ... , -. , . J- P. Lucas, piB-j ' ' V- " .. Com n ty Clerk. NOTICE. TIMBER CULTURE, IT. S. Lani Office, The Dallef, Or., Meh 15, '92. Complaint having been entered ut this office by James 11. Griuer against George H. Thomas for failure to comply with law as to timber culture entry No. 2h7t, dated Dec. 27, 1SS7, upon the ' nei-i, se4 nw and ne'4 swV sec 12 tp 4 s, of r 21 e, in Gilliam county, Oregon, with a view to the cancellation of said entry; contestant alleging that Geo. A. Thomas did not, during the tourtli year, or at any time since, plant or cultivate any of said tract to timber or otherwise, and that he has totally abandoned said tract. The sold par ties are hereby summoned to appear at this otiice on the )th day of April, lh92, at one o'clock p. m., to respond and furnish testimony concern ing said alleged failure. J. P. Lucas, county clerk, is authorized to take testimony in this case at his otiice iu Condon, on April 23, 1892, at 10 o'clock a. m. ; mlS-4 ' John W. Lewis, Register. ; NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Timber Laud, Act June 3, 1S78). U. 8. Land Opftce The Dalles, Or., Feb. 29, '92. Notice Is hereby given that in compliance with the provisions of the act oi Congress of Junes, 1878, entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands in the States of California, Oregon, Nevada, and Washington Territory," DEWIT C. DOWNER, . of Matney, county of Gilliam, stati of Oregon, has this day filed in this office bia sworn stKte meiit No. 110, for the purcha-'e of the nw of the sw4 sec 6 tp 4 s of r 23 e, nnd will offer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim to said land before the register and receiver of this office at The Dalles, Oregon, on Tuesday, the 17tb day of May, 192. He nainesas witnesses: Charles Wilson, C buries Stevens, K. A. May, Wm. frmitb, of Matney, Or. mt-7 John W. Lewis, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at The Dalles, Oh., March 1, 1S92. Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has tiled notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before Win. J. Mariner, coun ty judge of Gilliam county, ut Condon, Or., on April 21, 1W2, viz: HIU.IAM EillTH, Ud. for the ct nej, nw'4 sec 34, mA sej sec tp 4 s of r 22 c. Kk sanies the fe.lo .lig witiie, 27 ses to jrove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of, said land, viz: Wm. F. f hurna gle, of Condon, John Harrison, Jas. Codd aud E. A. May, of Matney, Oregon. nvf-3 John W, Lkwih, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBUCATION. Land Office at The Dalles, Or., Meh. 21, '92. Notice is heretiy giveii that the following-iiHmed settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will he made before J. W. Morrow, county clerk -of Morrow county, at Hepimer, Or., on Aprll3), 1S92, viz: , - FRANK WARD, Hd. 4288, for the swJ4 sec 28 tp 3 s of r 23 e. Ho names the f' llowing witnesses to prove his continuous resi dence upon and cultivation of, said land, viz: John H. Turlcy, J. 0. Mcggs, Tom Parinan and fjeorge Parman, all of Gooseberry, Oregon. mi'i-6 ' John W. Lewis, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at The Dalles, Ob., March 21, im Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his Intention to make final proof In support yi his claim, and that said proof will be made before J. P. Lucas, countv clerk of Gilliam county, at Condon, Or., oil May 7, 1W2. viz: 1 HENRY RENNER, D. S. 5815, ' for the wfj swff sec 8 tp 4 s of r 21 e. He Hemes the following witnesses to prove his .continuous residence upon and cultivation of, said land, viz: John Palmer. W. s. Myers, D. B. Trimble and J. C. Coont-y, all of Condon, Oregon. m25-6 - Jons W. Lkwis Register. . NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION, Land Office at The Dalles. Ob., March 21, '92. Na4f'e i hereby given that the following ntf Pttlerhas filed notice of her intention to ' 1Ipr0of irf support of hereltlni, and that will Iwrnude Uifore J. P. Lucas, coun 'villi' iii county, at Condon, Oregon, 1 .'. vik: -. f- "K FITZWATER, D. S. 732U. '1 tji 3 nil 1 19 a. Rhe unincsthe ; lo prtve her continuous res. Mlvudon of. said land, viz: f loues, J, A. Richmond t t'ondoii, Oregon, ;. . LFwy. Hcgtster. SUMMONS. In the Circuit Court of tba Stutu of Oregon for Gilliam ounty. y L. W. Darling, Plaintiff, vs. George W. Stephens, Defendant To George, W. Stephens, tho tilwe-namcd de-fi-niiuitt: In the name of the Hmte of Oregon yon are hereby required to appear iu the ahovw-nnmed court and answer the complaint filed against yon in tho above-entitled action by the above named plaintiff within ten days from the date of the service of this summons upon yon, If served upon yon in Gilliam county; or it served vipon you in any other comity in tm Btute of Oregon, then within twenty days from the date ot the smviceuf this summons upon you; and if served upon you by publication, then you arc hereby re quired to appear unit answer by tho firs! day of the term oi the uhove-nnmud court following the expiration of the time prescribed In the order for publication of this summons, to-wlt: Tho 11th Day of April, 1892. and If you full so to answer, the said plain tiff will apply to the said court for the relief de manded in said complaint, which is for Judg ment and decree against vou for one hundred and twenty-seven dollars and eighty seven cents 127.(7) and Interest from lei:ember 17, lwl, and for twenty-five dollars (fc."i) attorneys foes awl for the costs and disbursements oi this action. The date of the order for publication of tho above summons is February 9, ls92. m-l-4 L, V, Darling, Plaintiff. NOTICE TIMBER CULTURE. U. 8. Land Office, The Dalles. 0., Meh. 22. '92. Complaint having been entered at tbls office bvJohn W. Miller, Matnov, Oregon, ugii! list Frank Wilson (or failure to comply with law as to tim ber culture entry No, Ml, ifated January 4, 1889, upon the nw1 sw'i, s'i sw'f. BW'i se'.j sec 22 tp 4 s of r 21 e, In Gilliam county, Oregon, with a view to tho CHui'cllutlon of said entry; contestant alleging that Frank W ilson did not plow 5 acres during the 1st and 2d years, and he did not plant 5 acres of trees or seeds or cuttings during the ad year. The scld parties arc hereby summoned to appear at this otiice on the 1Kb day of Mav, 1892, at 10 o'clock a. in., to respond and furnish jesll mouy concerning said alleged failure. J. P. Lu cas, county clerk, is authorized to take testimony In this ease at his oUlce iu Condon at 10 a.m., May 7, 1MI2. W25-4 t ' John W. Lewis, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at The Dalles. Ott Feb. 25, 1892. Notice Is hca'bv giveir that the following, named settler has filed notice of his intention to mnkeiimil proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before Jav P. Lucas, coue ty clerk, nt Condon, Or.; on April 11, '92, vis. MYRON O. CLARKE, Hd. 2220, for the a'wW ne, nwV se and n sw' sec 29 tp 5 s of r 24 e. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cul tivation of, said land, viz: O. II. Neel. J. R. Rnl ston, of Lone Rock, and Al Ueushuw and E. E. Smith, of Condon, Oregon. m4-S John W. Lewis, Register. NOTICE FOR "PUBLICATION. Land Office atThe Du.rs, Ob., April 25. 1892. Notice Is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his Intention to make fln-il proof In support of his claim, and that aid proof will be made before Jav P. Lucas, coun ty clerk, at Condon, Or., on April It, '92, viz: . GINK U. NEEL, Hd. 1813, for the nc' neX sec 13 tp 5 s of r 23 e, and nei nw!. lot 1, and nw'i ne'' sec 18 tp 5 a of r 24 e. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon aud cultivation of, Sl id land, vis: J. R. Ralston, M. O. Cluike, of Lone Rock and Al Henshaw and E. E. Smith, of Condon, Oregon. m4-3 John W I.kwis, TtcH'ter. UNION V PACIFIC RY. SYSTEM. TI CKETS UN SALIC TO DENVER, OMAHA, KANSAS "7, CITY, CHICAGO, - ST. PAUL, ST. LOUIS, -AND ALL POINTS- EAST, NORTH AND SOUTH. Through Sleepers, Reclining Chair Cars And Diners. Steamers From Portland to San Francisco Every Four Days. TICKETS TO AND FROM EUROPE. For rates and general information cull on or address, W. H. Hcblburt, Asst. Geul. Pass. Act. 64 Washington f?t, Portland. Or. BEST PLOW IN THE VVOHLD ts daps or ; Oliver's Chilled MetaL It will ran llirhter, turn and do brttrr work of nil kinds, than any otbor plow made, lirsars of Imlmtlon. See tbat the name " Oi.rvrn" and this trade mark are 011 the beam of tba Plow. The gennbe Omvhh Cuitxen Plows enn be had oiiir train us. or oar unionised aiient. The Best, Cheapest and Lightest Draft Plow Made, We guarantee them to be perfectly Batisfaetory in every particular or money refunded. COFFIN & McFARLAND, "Tr " (Gilliam County Agents.) HALSTEAD, RINEHART & CO., Agents, Condon. Oregon. . REAL MERIT PI LtS? NO !! If you take pills It is because you have never tried the S. B. Headache and Liver Cure. It works so nieelv, cleansing the Mverand Kidneys; acts as a mild physic without causing twin or sickness, and does not stop you foment ing aud woiking. To fry It is to 01 c jmc a iriuud to it. For s:ile by ,' : L V. DAeiS?JG a CO., CONDON, - r " " - " ,WKOOS. Hfc ASeeiALTVf LAHOeST.(HOTWOOHr.AMTTOCKIM - ijoneooN, itvcnv fohm puAnAHTieo ooarcct. aooo- H i KATI.AMORIUAOt,e.SfHOrOCTfitanU. ALLKIHUB I Or PRiHTIhO DONE ATVjOW tf STtMATU QftH, . im. TOOTPtV., -iyT.,WTJT.r OIRVICtOV. small.- ARE NEVER TO BE DESPISED. . Our Btore was not always the success it is now. That was becaiiHO it wan not known, but now our goods, their excellence and rea Honable price are known everywhere. It has taken ub care, judgment and every other bus iness quality to attain this result, but now customers ' Often Leave our store regretting that their purses aro not inexhaustible. Everyone should take a look at our goods, for they have attained tho high ( ' tide of, excellence and variety and that is 1 The Greatest Mark a merchant can make. HALSTEAD, RINEHART -ft CO. CONDON. -:- OREGON. 1 R EAT BARGAINS! -I renpectfully invite NEW - BARGAIN - STORE -and get prices on my General -:- I do not want to talk very will say this much: I can every dollars' worth you buy DOWN WITH HIGH TARIFF! "Quk'k Sales and Small Profits. Live and Let Live," is my motto. Give me a call and I will prove to you just what I nay. No trouble to shew goods. . J. H. MILLER, CONDON, - : - OREGON. Eugene E. Smith Condon, -DEALER IN- HARNESS, SADDLERY, WHIPS, SPURS, CHAPS ' and everything to be found in a firci-class harness shop. ) . r Solo manufacturer of the celebrated - "Heppner S ad d le." Buy no other. Itisthebest. Thousands say so. I also keep the "WHITE" sewing machine In stock. Repairing a specialty. Call and see me when you are at the countv'spal.' WILLIAM DUNLAP, Oregon Avenue, Condon, Or. General -:- Blacksmith ing - AND WOOD WORK. The Only First-class Horse Shoor In the County, ; Come to my shop if you want first-class work. George W. Knox, -ritOPEIETOB OF- Livery, Feed and Sale Stables, At Hint-hurt's b:irn, Condon, HAY AND GRAIN 'BOUGHT -AND-SOW: rj CKAROE8 VKKV HJAHONAUI.K, 7 J nLtire f)f the publics pi Ironaj' you to call at my- new and choice stock of- Merchandise. loud through thC but I ugn ti l t 25 to StrBa-Jr-I! save you 25 to StTpaKJhfit on compared with fornftr prices. s Oregon. - est of the store, Oregon. 25C A XICIflT TEH HOIIS-K.. V.