the gq::do:i globe.
THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1808.
' The yetrljr alcrljtlon to the Qum ii fl.BO,
If paid In ilnw. 1( oot puld In idnnn 92
will b chimed, A noll mirk (round Ililt
notle IndlratPt tint Jrour itibmnptlon bx
lrd. PImm twinw promptly.
J. tl. Putnam, tba Foiull merchant, li
in the city.
W. 8. 1'hilllpi, of Rook creek, wu in
Hon. B. K. Searcy wu In from Deacher
flat daring the weak.
L. 0. Balaton and Mr. Corey, of Olei,
were In town Tueaday.
Bonn Sunday, April 10, 1898, to Mr.
and Mrt. Jat. Cordell, a ton.
1). 0. Downer bat had aonte Improve
ment made on hit residence lately.
W. II. Col well was In town daring the
week doing eervlce ai a grand Juror.
Ed Portwood, of Rock creek, wat do
ing builnena In Condon laet Saturday.
). David tort and daughter returned
from rlelt to the Valley laet Saturday.
A neat porch li being added to the
renldonce of Dr. 3. 3. Hogan thia week.
Oeorge E. Wright, of near Lone Rock,
was In town Saturday on land buaineii.
Bquire Wllklnton White, ol Trail Fork,
was a delegate to convention laet week.
Coe D, Bernard, the well known Foe
all cattleman, waa a pleaeant caller
Theealmon Behlng Mason commenced
on the Columbia river at midnight laet
J. A. Thomae, tba Arlington livery
man, brought a load of court visitor
over lat 8unday.
Mr, Gate, who lookt after Uncle
Barn's business in the Fossil poatofllce,
Is here attending court.
Mrs. J. F. Reisacber left on Monday
for a visit in Portland. She will be ab
sent a week or ten days.
Inquirer: So, there waa no match
game bowled between the Condon and
Dalles teams last Monday evening.
Capt Withers writes the Ji-on from
Rttter Hot Springs that bis health la Im
proving and be ef poets to atart borne
Cooke Bros, last week started a sit
horse team hauling the remainder of
their laat year's crop of wheat, about
1200 bushels, to Arlington.
An avalanche on Chilcoot Pasa on
April 3d waa terribly fatal In it conse
quence. Upward of 200 Argonaut are
reported to have loet their live.
The initial number of the Arlington
Review Is on our table. It la a neat 6
column folio edited by Robinson and
Pounds SooReas to the venture.
. A new walk was laid in the court house
yard last Saturday. The yard was raked,
the debris burned and the place gen
erally put in ship-shape order for court
Appropriate Raster eiercises were held
at the Congregational Church on last
Sunday. Music, recitations and songs
by the children were special feature ol
the occasion. A large congregation was
Acting District Attorney Mlchell, who
enjoys the distinction of having at one
time been engaged In the newspaper
business, stole away from bia court du
ties on Tuesday long enough to sola
few yards of type at a Ui-oua case.
C. F. Nelson v J. A. Richmond, Is tbe
title of an action for damages that ha
been begun in Justice Tatom'a court.
The case Involves the right to 160 acre
of railroad land In Ferry Canyon. The
trial is set for next Monday,
II. B. Hendricks has a full line of gar
den and flower seeds, for free distribu
tion, from the hand of Senator McBride,
Washington, D. O. Call In and be sup'
plied. Who said Oregon's congressmen
and senators are "measly" about a fow
A first-class bicycle track baa' been
graded around the outskirts of town,
which will afford devotees of the wheel
a chance to enjoy the sport without the
attendant discomforts of dust, chuck'
holes, etc., which are unavoidable on
the publio thorough fares.
A first-class dance will be given fn
Armory ballon the evening of April 20th
under the auspices of Summit Lodge
No. 130. I. O. 0. F. A cordial invita
tion la extended to the publio to attend,
and a good time t assured. Proceeds
for tbe benefit of the lodge, al4 0
Mrs. John Blake and Miss Emma Ron
ner arrived on last Saturday's stage from
Pendleton, The former had been visit
ing her daughter, and the latter, who
has been attending the St. Joseph's Acad
emy at that place, came home on account
of bar eyes being too weak to continue
0. W. Wheeler, Grand Organixer
Woodmen of the World, will deliver a
leoture in Armory hall tomorrow (Fri
day) evening, in the Interest of Wood
craft. A cordial Invitation is extended
to the publio generally to attend. Mr
Wheeler is a gifted orator and hia lecture
will be well worth hearing. No admit
lion foe will be charged.
Marshal Anderson made two arrests
last Saturday for violation of the city
ordinance against fast riding on the
streets. Tbe men were both turned
loose, however, and the marshal decided
not to prosecute the cases, as public
opinion generally seemed to condemn
bis action. It seems to be generally
conceded that the Ordinance, which pro'
scribes faster riding than six miles an
hour, la too stringent! and that lta strict
enforcement would be detrimental to the
best interests of the town. In that case
the proper thing for the counotl to do
would be to either repeal or amend it,
and thus avoid further entanglements
The 28 page special edition of the
Pendleton Tribune, issued last week, Is
a credit not only to Pendleton and Uma
tilla county but to the. entire section
known as Eastern Oregon. The mam
moth paper is chock full of interesting
information, descriptive articles, Illus
trations, etc. that will be of material
benefit to Umatilla county. We con
gratulate the publishers on their big
Miss Louella Maddock arrived on last
Saturday's stage from Westfall, Malheur
county, where she bad been teaching
school since last fall. This is the first
teaching she ever did and, to use ber
own expression, she Just loves it. She
has been offered the same school for
another six months' term, bnt ha not
yet decided whether she will accept it or
not. However, If she Is not offered some
school nearer home she will go back and
teach another term,
H. II. Hendricks, the well-known
attorney of Fossil, came over to tbe coun
ty seat on Sunday evening and ba been
here since, attending circuit court. He
reports that W. K. Popplewell, who
underwent an operation for appendicitis
st Fossil on Friday of last week, was not
expected to live, when he left home on
Sunday. Tbe operation was performed
by Drs. Shaw and Pilkington and would
doubtlosa have proven successful had It
been performed sooner. .
Latkr Mr, Popplewell died Sunday
night and wa burled Monday.
A deal wa closed on Friday morning
of last week by which tbe fraternal so
cieties, Knights of Pythias, Woodmen of
the World and Independent Order of
Odd Fellows became tbe Joint owners of
Armory hall. Five shares of the com
panies' stock waa secured from John
Downing, of Lawrence, California, and
seven shares from P. Skelly,of this place.
Each society now owns ten share, and
the management of the property will be
vested In a committee of three, composed
of one member from each organisation.
Lester P. Sayles, a young musician of
Portland, suddenly expired in a cafe, in
that city, on Thursday evening of last
week, while sested at a table with a
friend. Indications point to suicide, as
the young man was seen to drop a white
powder into a glass of water before drink
ing it and almost Immediately afterward
fell forward unconscious, and expired
within an bour. Mr. Sayles was known
in Condon, having spent several week
here last summer in the employ of the
Jacobsen Book St Musio Co. No reason
is known for the rash act.
Summary of Late War News.
President's message given to congress
on Monday it favors intervention on
the part of this government to stop war in
Cuba, but opposes recognition of the
independence of Cubans The whole
matter Is now In the hands of congress-
Senate committee will probably recom
mend intervention Consul-Genera! Lee
has been recalled from Havana Mo-
Klnley still clings to tbe hope that war
may be averted and that Cuba's inde
pendence may be secured on an indem
nity basis Cubans are ready to volun
teer In U, S. army the moment war is
declared Army and navy officers think
war is sure to come.
The Coyote Bounty.
I have been Inveatlaatlne the matter
of the coyote bounty, today, and find
tnai we owe about l.uuu ana prooaoiy
more, as no record was kept of scalps
certified to and dostroyed. We, the
Union, if we have any, nave notes and
cash to the amount of 1400 and delin
quent asnessmenta to the amount of
about tauu more, wnicn I trust the sheep
men will attend to at once so that we
may meet our county court at tbe next
May term in such a condition that they
will be encouraged to help the good
work along as they have expressed them
selves ready and willing to do. Tbey, as
well as the people, nave been long sinter
ing with us. and I cannot see any reason
why our delinquent members do not put
their shoulder to the wheel and pay op.
If they would consider the damage the;
would have sustained had thia hoard of
coyotes been increasing, they would cer
tainly not hesitate to do their duty.
it would nave been sun better, nowevcr,
if they had kept the bounty paid np, for
li they had, by this time coyotes would
have been lew and lar between.
Interesting Items Gathered by
Live Correspondents in all
Quarters of the County.
Grant Wad is scouring tbe country
for salable cattle,
The ranchers in this vicinity are all
very busy Inst now turning over the sod,
and using bad language to tbe broncos.
Mr. Wade, mother of Fremont and
Grant Wade, ha returned from the Val
ley, where she has been detained on
account of illness.
David Bowman bas bis blacksmith
and wagon making ahop pretty well
under way. This industry will be a
great benefit to tbe neighborhood.
Tobey Thompson is doing some plow
ing on iiis homestead, lie doesn't seem
to like tbe location of his Queen Ann
cottage. He says tbe wind blows thro'
hi whiskers too much.
An embryo stockman of this vicinity
Is in posesslon of a secret that he thinks
will be of interest to stork raisers every
where. It is a method he bas devised
to induce refractory young Iambs, calve,
etc. to imbibe the lacteal fluid when very
young. He place tbe rebellion young
sters on their feet, holds tbeir noses
close to the source of supply with one
hand while with the other band he grasps
the tail of the subject, and shake it
vigorously. He says this treatment will
induce the most stubborn lamb on the
range to suck anything from a ten-penuy
nail to its mother's teat.
An office seeker passed this place last
week going on way, full of hone, tbe
other way, sad and dejected, lie was
from Arlington and seemed sure of the
nomination for some office, He had
prepared a bag of sand, and in his hurry
to get away he forgot it but had it for
warded by stage. Whether be wanted
to sand the track to keep the wheel of
prosperity from slipping or to sandbag
some stubborn delegate we do not know.
What office be wanted we are unaware
of. but from the way be looked at ns
when we tried to solace him we tbink
county coroner would have suited bim
J. E. Redmond is working tbe road.
Hasel Ralston was a guest of Ora Crum
Mrs. Martin is having ber bouse paint
ed tbia week.
Frank Llnte ha taken a homestead
In Martin Canyon.
There was a large attendance at the
Sunday school last Sunday,
Guess Jess McKlnney thinks it is a
little too early in the season fur bathing
in tbe creek,
D. F. Stricklin last week received an
order for some unbroken horses which
be well toon fill.
Vol Huber went to Condon last week
to invest in a "glory ticket," but when
he got there the cupboard was bare:
or In other words, tbe land had already
Bert Crawford came down from Con
don Monday with a cook-bouse, water
tank, etc. to begin operations plowing
summer fallow for Wm. Barker on the
Jesa McKinnev'a familv had a Mi? scare
last week. Their littlo girl crossed the
creek on a small board and wandered off.
Tbey tracked her to the creek and, Jess
supposing she had fell into the water
and was drowned, made several dives to
the bottom and finally gave up in despair.
ma child was saiely lound, however,
in the brush only a few yards away.
SHOW HOW THE WIliD BLOWS.
Here are a Few Quotations From the Reliable Pioneer
Merchants, of Ileppner, Oregon,
MINOR & CO.
They Raise the Wind in the Way of Low Price. You
Reap a Whirlwind of Close, Money-saving
Wall Paperll Wall Paperll
Make selections at voor own home
from the famous Alfred- Peats 1808 art
wall paper. Over 600 new patterns to
show you in my sample books, the same
papers as will be sold in New York and
Chicago this year. New and beautiful
designs at from 3 cts. to 40 cts. per roll.
Orders taken for a single room or for
your whole bouse. Estimates furnished
on paper banging. Consult me before
ordering elsewhere. Wm. A. Dabung,
To Home Seekers.
I have for sale fine residence ornoertie
in Condon, and Foesil, together with
barns and ont booses for each residence.
Also several fine farms and stock ranches,
none better, near Condon, Clem, Olex
and Arlington. Terms very reasonable.
- 11. B. HENDRICKS,
Box 136 Att'y, Condon, Or.
WAR WITH SPAIN!
Justice Court Notes.
Samuel C. Donaldson, of tosstl, was
brought before Justice Tatom on Satur
day of last week, having been arrested
on somplaint of J, W. McCallum, on the
charge, of larceny, the alleged theft hav
ing , occurred in complainant's place
of business In Fossil. The case waa con'
tinued until Monday morning, at which
time It waa dismissed without prejudice
and the defendant was rearrested on tbe
charge of larceny in a store. Tbe case
then went to the grand Jury.
The residence of II. C. Strickland had
a narrow escape from being dostroyed
by fire recently. Mr. and Mrs. Strickland
were away from home at the time, there
being no one about the place but their
two children and a young girl, who lives
with them. A spark from the stovepipe
Ignited the roof and the blase was well
started when discovered. Mr. Strick
land's little daughter, seven years old
had the presence of mind to take a bee
line for their nearest neighbor, Mr,
Dygart, three-quarters of a mile away
and fortunately found him at home. He
reached the scene barely In time to save
the bouse, bat not until a hole ten feet
square had been burned in the roof,
The loss was fully covered by insurance,
Estray Steer Taken up.
A blue steer, 3 years old, with upper
bit In right ear and slit in left ear, blurred
brand on right hip, came to my place
about May 1, 1896. Owner can have
same by paying charges on same.
C. W. Whitx, Condon, Ore.
Those dainty Ginghams and Percales
are Just the thing for a pretty shirtwaist
At Lord A Co.',
all busy putting in
Oar farmers are
tbeir spring crops.
Sheen owners report excellent tier cent
in me lamocrop thus lar.
We are having beautiful weatber Just
now, ana every one is nappy.
Bonn At Lone Rock, on or about the
Oth Inst., to tbe wife ol o. 1. titration, a
Geo. Perrv started for Astoria Tuesday.
be being one of the delegates to tbe state
Chas. Frszer and family returned from
Polk county last week, where they had
spent the winter witu tbe parent of Mr
After considerable delay and disap
pointment but with great perseverance
on the part of Rev. Barnbart. okkuini
fekmbntro wiMC was obtained, and was
presented as a sacred emblem in tbe
Ira Reed and Otbo Ward started out on
a sbeonshearing tour laet Friday. They
were going over near .Lexington, where
the wool is full of sand and a man needs
only a strong arm to be successful. The
price paid fur shearing in that locality is
7 cents per bead.
For the last couple of Sundays a casual
observer might notice that about a doxen
or more ladies have been riding about
the burg on horse bark as If they were
on the hunt for something. Must be tbe
boys have ail gone to lvioudike or some
where else, or they won id surely be on
band to enjoy the festivities of tbe sea
Mrs. E. A. Btlnchfield ia visiting on
I'lne creek this week.
Rev. Burr, of Condon, will hold serv
ices in Aiayvtiie Sunday next.
Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Searcy rode the
Rebekah goat last Thursday evening.
Mrs. E. W. Moore, of Condon, is visit
ing relatives and friends at Mayville tola
Mrs. W. B, Ramsay and her mother,
Mrs. Lydia Curl, are expected home this
Mrs. Lena McGllvray has recovered
so as to be able to return to her home on
keys Hat. .
The Clover Leaf Society of this place
are making arrangements to give an
entertainment in the near future.
Mrs. T. G. Johnson and Miss Grace
Fltawator. of Condon, visited Mrs. Rine-
hart and attended the D. of R. Lodge at
tnis piace last week.
Mrs. T. M, Lane (formerly Miss Lou
Dukek) and children are expected here
the latter part of this week to spend the
summer with her brother. Her home
is at Kecdly, California.
The Sunday school elected their dele
gates Sunday to attend the Baptist As
sociation which will be held at Grass
Valley in Jnne. The delegates were
Miss Pearl Shelton, Maggie Keys, Mrs,
1. a. Henderson ana t u. Moore.
For Additional County News
See 3d page.
these Straws Point Out the Quarter From Whence the
Wind Blows, and How and Where YOU Can Save
100 lb. Gran. Sugar.
100 lbs. A. Sugar
1 bbl. Peacock Flour ..
4 lb. Wool Sacks, each .. .
No. 1 White Means, per lb
No. 1 Lady Wash'n W. Beans. .
No. 1 Pink Beans
Rock Candy Syrup, 6 gal. kegl 1
Extra Honey Syrup, 6 gal.. . . 1
2 Ual. Rock Candy Drips. .... 1
1 Keg Pickles
Coal Oil, Star or Pearl, can. . . . 1
Stock Salt, per too.: 14
1 Case Tomatoes, best 2
1 Case Corn, best f 2 25
1 Box Fairbank's Soap 125
10 lbs. Best Lard t 00
85 Bars Soap.. ; 00
8 Cans Fraser's Axle Urease. , 25
dCans Babbitt' Lye........ 25
15 lb. Japan Rice, No. 1 1 00
20 lbs Raisins, good.. 10)
Wee Tobacco, per plug.. 25
Even Change fob., per plug. . 25
Battle Ax Tob., perplug 30
9 lbs. Arbuckle Cuffee 1 00
Alfalfa Seed, per lb 8
31b. Fash ion Tobacco DJ
WRITE US FOR FULL INFORMATION.
Deputy Stock Inspectors.
I hare appointed u my deputies tbe following
W. H. Colwell, Arlington.
h. B. TowtiMiid, Condon.
Fred A. Hale, Foml,
K M. Johkmw, Ixine Ronk,
Stock Inspector (or Gilliam County, Oregon.
Town Property for Sale.
For sale, five-room dwelling house in
Condon, on Main street near tbe center
of town ; good well, barn and outbuild
ings; young orchard in good condition ;
five lots all in one enclosure.
Also the dwelling bouse known as tbe
3. H. Miller residence, on Main Btreet,
containing six rooms, good well, barn
and outbuildings; four lota in oneeo
ch'sure. Either of these properties will make
very desirable homes, and will be sold
on easy terms. For particulars apply to
or address Miui. S. A. Blake.
ia Talking War,
Is Busy Getting ia Supplies for His Customers. He Carries a
Full SuddIv of
Hardware, Builder's Material, Granite and Tinware,
Furniture, Paints and Oil, Glass and Crockery,
Stoves, Picture Frames, Fishing Tackle,
Bedding. Canned Goods. Ammunition.
He will make yon hot prices on Building Material, Barbed Wire Etc.
Call and aee him when you come to the county seat.
Interest charged onacc'ta after 40 days.
Fifty Years Undisputed Supremacy in the
oop3 5)Ieep Dip.
Increases Yield of Wool, Enhances Value of Flock. Cheap, Safe
Handy, Clean, Wholesome, Odorless.
Recommended by Manufacturers, Dealers and Scourers.
Sold by LORD A CO., C. G. ROBERTS, Gen'l Ag't
Arlington, Oregon. 247 Ash Street, Portland, Oregon.
T. O. Earhart,
8. V. Moore,
CALL AT THE
IFOR FINEST BRANDS OFJ
Uiijes, Ijquors ar;d Qiars.
FINE BILLIARD AND POOL TABLE IN CONNECTION.
EARHART & MOORE,
S. B. BARKER
ULIU 11 L. iHlLllUbMll
STOCKMEN'S SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS
Fine Wines and Liquors
and Choice Cigars.
Billiard and pool Sables.
First-class Goods and Courteous Treat
ment to Customers, Our Motto.
Main St., Condon, Oregon
J. F. REISACHER,
Saddler m Harnessmaker
CONDON, OREGON ,'
ALL KINDS OF LEATHER GOODS MACE TO OKCER.
Carrie a Connpleto and Well-selected Stock of
SADDLES, HARNESS, BRIDLES, WHIPS, SPURS, BLANKETS
And everything usually found
In a flrst-clas harness shop.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY, Give me a call.
In thi building on the) corner, opposite; Barkar's tor.
We have added a Jewelry Department to oaf
etock of General Merchandise and W. L. TV
bey, who ia a strictly 15 rst-claaa watch-make-,
is prepared to do all kinds of watch and
jewelry repairing, at Portland prices, and
J. H. PUTNAM,
Gent's Clothing, Boots and Shoes
burnisnings, Neckwear, Etc.
Mitchell Wagons and All Kinds of Vehicles
Cheap, oall and see for yourselves.
T. G. JOHNSON,
Livery, Feed and Sale Stables,
Large New Cam on Sortli Main Street,
Condon, - - Oregon,
HAY AND GRAIN BOUGHT AND SOLD.
CHARQRS VERY BBASONA&LE,
First-class Rigs Always on Hand at Very Reasonable Rates.
A 6hare of the public patronage is respectfully solicited.
CONDON, - OREGON.
Mrs. S. A. Maddock
MOTTO: LOW RATES, FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS
Table Supplied With the Best in the Market
P. Iv. HAM,
LONE ROCK, ORE.,
AT SUCH LOW-' .
PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU.
GET MY PRICES BEFORE COIHC TO THE RAILRCAD. IT WILL PAY YOU,
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR THE BEST-
WHEN BUYING GROCERIES?
IF YOU ARE IT WILL BE TO YOUR ADVANTAGE TO CONSULT WITH
P. H. Stephenson,
BEFORE PLACING YOUR ORDER.
Dealer in Fine Merchandise
Now is the time to call and examine our Spring Stock and got
our CUT PRICES in Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Clothing,
Underwear, Notions Etc. Latest novelties in all kinds of Fur
nishing Goods for ladies and gentlemeu.
IN CROCKERY and GLASSWARE.
ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER ;
1 now have on hand about 230,000 feet of Lumber sawed in '5)7
that Is thoroughly seasoned. Jty stock include flooring, c. li
lug, ructic, surfaced lumber, ship-lap and all usual dlnnprsi,
of rough lumber.
Mill one-half wile southeast of rczr c
LOST VALLEY, - - - - - V - C
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