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JNIV, OBECO!.. W. L. Vhex, the present effii fietiStwul obliging hlwirifT of Gil liam county, and who has again been' placed in nomination by the democratic party Rnd given a u nftnimous endorsement by the pop ulists, has a most creditable record as a public officer. During the time in which, he has served the people of this county in the ca pacity of sheriff the affairs of the ollico have been attended to in a methodical and business-like man ner, and on every occasion he has proven himself obliging and ac commodating, to the limit which his duty as a public officer would (.How.. The office not being a po litical' one, the people of the county, without regard to party, seem dis posed to let well enough alone, and to continue Mr. Wilcox in his pres nt position. OLEX. Wm. Clark is preparing to blast oat a well. On. Miller had set of chiming bella made t Olex last week. F. A. litm rptnriml from the Valley last week. Fred w looking well. Mr. Wheeler has leased the Pettlemire form and a band at horses of L, U. Ral ston. Rv. Barley preached to a large con gregation last Wednesday at Nott school hiMise Crops in and aronnd Olex are looking fine, and prospepts lor a big yield were never better. W. F. SettTemire was doing business in Olex Monday. He snM his entire band of horses to L. O. Ralston. One of Rev. Brown's horses became Tame, amf he had to hire a horse in Ar lington in order to beep his appoint ments at Olex. The proposed road from Olex to Boy id t knocked in the bead again by misrepresentation, and many were in--jiuet to sign a remonstrance. The as- eertinn that the road was to rnn diagon ally throngh T. A. Brasfieid'a farm is f ilse. The road was proposed to run ontside of all plowed ground and would cut ofTa snwrf corner of worthless land that is not now, or never can be used for anything. TJie- revival meetfngs so- aWy conduct ed by Rev. and Mrs. Brown at Olex for lb past tro weeks, eloped last Sunday rnwnst. They bav worked incessantly awl their firftiw have been rewarded by Smfm-in; some of the Olex tonghs to fratmke their evil way. About a dozen of there- miuie profeeeinns, and many more are giving the matter of their soul's enlvation more thought than they ever Aid hefure. It would be a grand thing if all the residents of oar burg could be brought cioeer together in this line. We have not heard anything abont the sheepmen meeting the connty court at the last session. They wonld better ?y some attention to president Bettie's cajIot they may be obliged to spend mine money to defend themselves from ling compelled to pay what they vol Ofitartally agreed to. If they would rather pay money tlr way than to pay their assewanents thev will shortly have the xnportnnity to dtso, for the duped peo ple are not going to peaceably submit to this kind ot treatment touch longer from the sheepmen. REPUBLICAN TICKET. STATE. Supreme Judge. F. A. Moore, of Columbia Co. Governor. T. T. Gees, of Marion Co. Secretary of State, F". I. Djxbar, of Clatsop Co. State Treasurer, C. S. Moorb, of Clamath Co. State Printer. W. H. Leeds, of Marion Co. Superintendent Public Instruc- , tlon, ' J. H. Ackbsxax, of Multnomah Co. Attorney-General, D. B. X. Elackbubn, of Linn Co. DISTRICT. Congressman Second District, Malcolm A. Moody, of Wasco Co. Circuit Judge Seventh District, H. 8. Wilsos, of Wasco Co. Prosecuting Attorney Seventh District, A. A. Jaynb, of Wasco Co. Member State Board of Equal ization, C. C. Kcney, of Sherman Co. COUNTY. Representative. 8. O. I1AW30N, of Arlington. County Judge. W. J. Mariner, of Blalock. Commissioner, Jambs Vybu, of Mavville. Sheriff, C. A.'Dassemaw, of Clem. Cleric, II. 5. Fkazeb, of Condon. Treasurer, 8. B. Barker, of Condon. ' . Assessor, . ' - M, 0. Cm! kb, of Lone Kock. School Superintendent, AV, W. Kennkdy, of Fossil. Surveyor, . , T. L. SfKWAtiT, of Fossil. Coroner, 1 i. A. II. K.'edv, of Arlington.. STATE. Supreme Judge. W. A. RAMSEY, of Yamhill County, Covernor, WILL R. KING, of Baker County. Secretary of State, HARRISON R. KINCAID, of Lane County. State- Treasurer, J. 0. BOOTH, of Josephine County. Stat Printer, CIIAS.'A. FITCH, of Clackamas County, Superintendent Publlo Instruction, II. S. LYMAN, of Clatsop County. Attorney-General, J. I STORY, of Wasco County. DISTRICT. Congressman Seoond District. C. M. DONALDSON, of Baker. Circuit Juagrer Seventh District, W. L. BRADSHAW, of Wasco County. Prosecuting Attorney Seventh Dlst., N. II. GATES, of Wasco. Member State Board of Equalization, 0. P. KING, of Sherman. COUNTY. Representative, B. K. Searcy, of May ville. County Judge. E. P. Weir, of Mayville. Commissioner, Edward Palmer, of Ferry Canyon. Sheriff, W. L. Wilcox, of Condon. Clerk. B. F. Nott, of Fossil. Treasurer, Edward Dunn, of Condon. Assessor, Lewis A. Miller, of Lone Rock. School Superintendent, J. A. McMorris, of Condon. Surveyor, Joseph Lieuallen, of Condon. Coroner, W. A. Darling, of Condon. CONDON PRECINCT. Justice of the Peace, G. L. Neale. Constable, D. M. Rinehart. Notice to the Ladies. Mrs. E. M. West, late of Portland, has opened a fine line nf millinery goods in the room lost south of London Hotel. Latest styles in hats, trimmed and au trimmed. Also trimming done to order Call and see her. Treasurer's Notice. All connty warrants registered prior to MaT 1, 18 J6, will lie paid on presen tation at mv office. Interest closes after this date. 6 B. Backer, Treasurer of Gilliam coontv, Oregon. Dated at Condon, Ore., May 3, 1808. ohm Leers wanted at once to call on or write to the ondentigned for information relative to the ENOR MOUS CUT in ticket rates to the East. F. C. Uia'Dut, Agt 0. R. & N. Co., Arlington, Ore. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Lasd Office At The Dau.es, Or.. April 21. -98. Kotlt-e It hereby glTeo ttist the fnllnwiDg named pettier has tiled notice ot bit Intention to ronke firiij prttf in support of hi olitim, ami tbitt said proof will be marie before H. N. Fnuvr. eounty clerk of CiUiHtn county, at Condon, Or., on Friday, June 10, lKtS.Tli: CHARLES SWAX30S, Hd. E. Xo. flOTO, for the . tw'i nw'4 sw and iwW wV. see 25. tp 1 , r 20 e, W. M. He iismra the foIWinfr witnesses to prove hi continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: J. A. Miller, J. K. I.ewis, F. J. Uswis and W. Wheeler, aU of Olex, Oregon. msarVi j as. r. Mooae, Keguter. SHERIFF SALE. NOTICK 18 HEREBY filVEX THAT AS execution and order of Bale was issued out of the Circuit Court of the Mntenf Oregon. Gil liam County, on the 30th day of April. Has, upon a uerree merem renoereo on tne loin any of April, lw,tn favor of The Arlington National Hank, a Cornornlion. nlaintift. and atfuinnt a. D. Sniitit, Arthur Cofhn, Lester Otflin an 1 H. Swnly (ottin, partners, defendants, which suid execu tion and order of sale Is to me directed and com manding me to sell the property hereinafter de scribed, for the purpose of satisfying the Juda" ment of the plaintitTln suid cmife for the sum of Fonr Hnnirvd and i?eventeen lfliars and HO cts. fll7.H0), with Interest thereon at ten per cent peranuum from the 13th day of April. WW. and the coats and lisburftements of said suit taxed at 2i and tbe sum of Sloo attorney's fees. There fore, in compliance with suid execution and order of sale, I will on Saturday, the nth day of June, 1893, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., at the Court House door In Condon, Gillinm County, Oregon, sell at punnc auction to tne uignest bidder tor cash In hand, for the purpose of aatinfylnif the Judgment and decree above mentioned, the following de scribed real property, to-wlt: The north-east quarter (.N"E'4) and the south east quarter (ISF,'4) of Hection Eighteen (1H) in Township One (!) Boath of Range Twenty-two (22) East of the Willamette Meridian being and situated la Gilliam County, Htate ol Oregon. VV. L. Wilcox, Sheriff of Gilliam Co., Oregon. Dated this 2nd day of May, M (GUM-EY k DoBYKK, ml2-13 j Attorneys for plaintiff. SHERIFF SALE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AS execution and order of sale was issuer out of the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for Gil Ham County, on the 27th dny of April. IMS, upon a decree therein rendered on the 12th day of April, 1898, in favor of lter Coffin, H. Htunly Coffin and James W. Smith plalntllls, and against W. A. Testerman, Annie if. 'j'estermnn and the American Moitgage Co., a Corporation, defend ants, which said execution and order of sale Is to me directed and commanding me to sell the property hereinafter described, for tlic p-irpose of satisfying the Judgment of the plalntllls in saiil cause lor the sum of ;70.:i0, in favor of lister Coffln and H. Stanly Colli n, plaintllts, and for tlie isa of Mfl., In favor of James VV. Smith, plaintiff, with interest thureon at ten per cent per annum, from the 12tii day of April, iiS, and the coata and disbursements of said suit taxed at .I0. and the further sum of UHA as attorney's fees. Therefore, in compliance with said execution and order of sale, I will on Saturday, the nth day of June, 1693, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., at the Court House door in Condon, tilliiam Conntv, Oregon, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash In hand, for the purp.e ol satisfying the Judgment and decree above mentioned, tha following de scrilied lands, to-wit: The north-west n'lartcr (tfWin and the south west quarter IriWW of rtecllon Ten (101 Town ship One flvuih of Ran e Twentv-two 221 East of the Willamette Merldiao in Ultliain County, HUM of Oregon. W. I.. Wtwnx, Sheriff of Gilliam co Oregon. Dated this 2nd day of Muv, lm H. H. H. B. HENDRICKS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, OFFK K AX niVAiN AM) IWHL ,MtKmlrt. Can iMl attcntlou to ottli'e rounx-l aud practlc tn all the courts, also counsel hv curivsiioiulcnce. We write teeds. Mtg., I Wu, V1), Trauscripis, ahstrxrts, ete. KU Intiirance In the la-st com latnlea extant. Also attention tn Colla tions and Land Laws. NoUry fuble in each otlh-e. r4JtAnijrtanjA runruvaan nntrunni PMPLE SUGAR. This Year's Run and Guaranteed Absolutely Pure. DIRECT FROM VERMONT. In 10 lb. irermeticalljr Seal etl Tin Cans. J. II. Hudson's C0XDOX, OREGON. injinjiruviri r1 C.S. PALMER prtisti Barber. Sleelc Sliaves and Hair-cuts. Razors honed and re-R round. CONDON OREGON. REDUCING STOCK. Selling Out at Cost Oar large stock of tickets to the East going at immensely reduced rates. Call on or write to F. C. Hikdlk, Agent, Arlington,JL)re. Through Tourist Cars to St. Louis. A tonrist sleeping car will leave Port land every Monday via Mo. Pac. and every Wednesday via the Burlington Route at 8 P. M. via the O. R. A N. through Salt Lake and Denver without change to 8t. Lonis, and nnder the su pervision of experienced conductors. No change of cars to the cities, Kansas City or St. Lonis. Keep this service in niind when going East and consult O. R. & N. agents or address, W. H. Hi-ri.bckt, General Passengpr Agent, Portland, Or. J ii Putnam of Fossil has ordered di rect from the factory a carload of Mitch ell wagons, which will be here for the early spring trade. Of Interest to Settlers. H. Jf. Frazer, Connty Clerk, at Con don, Oregon, continues to give special attention to U. 8. government land ap plications, filings and proofs, lie is altto prepared to receive applications for the purchase of state school, lieu school mttds and forfeited railroad lands, at hie office. The Wasco Warehouse Co. has wool sacks, fleece twine and sack twine for sale at Arlington. There is no danger of anybody being troubled with dyspepsia, soar stomarh, nightmares or ill temper who uses Fos sil Hour. Nothing ruins the health so quickly and sorely as bad bread, and nothing creates so much harmony and cheerfulness in a family as good, light oreaa ana biscuits, the Kind your moth er baked." The only way to accomplish this is to nse Fossil flour the best and cheapest in the world. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. LswnOFnrg at The Dallks, Oa., April 2d, '98. Notice is hereby given that the followliiK named settler has filed notice of his Intention to make Una proof insunnortof his claim, and thai aaid proof will he made before H. Jf. Krascr, county clerk of Gilliam conntv, at Condon, Or egon, on riatHitlajr, June 18, lass, vis: MASON D. F.BBERT, (of Clem) Hd. E. No. 3951, for the t nel4 and vi seJ sec 25, tp S s, r 20 e. W. M. He names the following wftiieae to prove hit continous residence npon and cultivation of safd land, viz: H. '. Strickland, L. W. Darling. Anion Ilurtman and William Hartman. all of Condon, Oregon. m-ii yJA. . Mooaa, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Lawo Omen, Th D.U.LK3, Oa., March 28, 1898. Notice is bereliv given that the following named settler has filed notice of his Intention to make filial proof In support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before J. W. Morrow, comity cleik at Heppner. Or., on May 13, 18, viz: ABRAHAM H. AKERH, Hd. E. No. 4028. for the neV see 23. tn s. r 23 e. W. M. He na mes the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence npon and cultivation of said land, viz: Perry J. Mi lies, Jay I). Ball, Jacob Bromid and Marion Biddle, all of Gooseberry, Oregon. in ,i-o ja. r. moorb, Kcgister. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. LANDOmcg, The Pam.h, Or., March 28, 18!. Notice Is hereby given that the following nam ed settler haa filed notice of his Intention to make final pooof In support of bis claim, and that said proof will be made before H. N.Krazer, county clerk of Gilliam county, at Condon, Or., on Friday, May 20, lw.W, vis: WALTER MYERS, Hd. E. No. 4178, for the n!i sec 17. tp 4 a, r 21 e, W. M. He names the following witnesses to prove his con tinuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: John Palmer. Kriwurd I'ulincr .1 r. Cooneyand Henry Itenner, ail of Condon, dreg. j am. r . moobe. Kegisier, mi2-ri (n:iRI,iiV A fViYri, j Awornejs for plaintl (ft. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Lawb Office At The Dalles, Or., April 7, 1898. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has lilcd notice of his Intention to make final proof in support of hts claim, and that said proof will he made before H. N. Krazer, county clerk of Gilliam comity, ul Condon, Or., in Thursday, May 26, 18!i8, viz: CHARLES E. BAIN, Hd. E. No. S979, for the swU sec 35, tp s, r 19 e, W, M, He mime the following witnee to prove bis con tinuous residence upon and cultivation ol said laud, viz: Htephen B. Couture, Oliver W. Harr, James W. Barr aud William Musgrove, all of Condon, Oregon. aH-10 ' Jas. F. Moobk, Register. .. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Laud OrriCE At The Dau.es, Oa., April 7, W9S. Notica 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 lie made before H. N. frazer, county clerk of Ullllam county, at Condon, Ore gon, on Thursday, May 2j, IX'Jh, viz: - JAME8 W. BARR, Hd, E. No. KM, for the sw1 sw'4 sec 2a, and vr'4 hw'4 se'i nwV secHS, tp3s, r 1, W, M. He names the fill low ing witnestes to prove his continuous residence npon and o iltivatlon of said laud, vis: Htephen H. I'oumra, Oliver W. Uarr. Charles Enoch lialu and William Musgrove, all of Condon, Ongou. U14-1U Jas. K. Moons, Register. OUR STOCK W1UST BE REDUCED. Of Interest to Buyers. Jas. W. Smith Makes a Special Announce ment to the People of Gilliam County. Arlington. Ore., April 6 (Special to The Globe.) The following interest ing announcement lias just been made public? "Anticipating a change in business and desiring to reduce our immense stock of General Mer chandise we will, un til further notice, make greater reductions in pri ces than ever before on Pry Goods, Notions, Furnish ing Goods, Coots & Shoes, Hats, Crockery, Hard ware and many other lines too numerous to mention. Do not delay taking ad-' vantage of the many bar gains offered as they will not be available long." (Signed) Jas. W. Smith. Mail Orders Solicited. JAMES W. SiVllTH, Gen'l Merchandise, UNION BLOCK, ARLINGTON, ORE. ---O- as. i ssi Ot Arlington, Or., No. 3818, Transacts a General Banking Business.; Accounts Kept Subject to Check. Drafts sold on all the principal cities of the United States' and Europe. Interest allowed on time deposits. ; SPECIAL ATTENTION CIVEN TO COLLECTIONS. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. ' fj. M. FRENCH, President! W. W. STEIWER, Vice-President! FRANK ' T. HURLBURT, Cashier. ; DIRECTORS D. M. FRENCH, W. W. STEIWER, W. LORD, L. C. ED-! WARDS AND A. C. HAWSON. L. O. Ralston, Olex, Oreg., General Merchandise, Furnishing Goods, Groceries, Drugs, Hardware and Implements. Our latest Spring and Summer Staples and Novelties are now in and ready for inspection. A fine line of Glassware and Crockery just recieved. Ladies will find many new designs in Dress Goods, and our Shoe lino for ladies, gentlemen and children, from eastern and coast fac tories, is now opened up. Come to Olex, ladies and gentle men, and youwill be surprised at the fine quality of our goods and the lowness of our prices. L. O. RALSTON, OLEX, OREGON. CHARLES FIX, rrrrii "TT ' t Feed Stable and Corral, Lower Main St., Condon, Ore. POOL ROOM, SOFT DRINKS, CONFECTIONERIES, ETC. GRAIN AND CHOPPED FEED IN ANY QUANTITY FOR SALE Large Scales, price '25c a draft; reduction on contract weighing. The U. S. mail leaves my place for Lone Rock every day, except Sun day, at 6 a. m. and arrives at 0 p. m. W. LORD, Manager. FRANK ALDRICH, Arlington A art. Wasco Warehouse Co. General Storage and Forwarding. VOOL STORAGE A SPECIALTY. HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR WHEAT, HIDES AND PELTS. Barbed Wire, Nails, Flour, Feed, Salt, Sulphur, Lum- , bor, Limo, Cement, Cedar Posts, Pino, Oak or Fir Wood Always on Hand. BEST CEDAR SHINGLES, S2.00 PER M." Office in Warehouse. - - - Arlington, Oregon. Making Your Own Gown? The making ofa gown is hfrMm, but selecting tbe goods is a diJfUully. We can help-you in your seletiou by insuring you the choice of the prettiest and newest line of suitings ever shown. AH the new things; no Inst season's styles. If we can assist you in the ma king we will do so cheerfully; we carry a splen did line f linings and other r.eccssi lies. THE UUiiUUii'UHmqSElVfFmMJAL ,Hh.mK THURSDAY, MAY 12, 18UO. NOTICE. Tlia Yaarlv atilaH,.tltiti f.i Hi ..aw la sat atrt If palrl In alviK!. If nut paid In aitvaiica $a win ua onarcMi, a pencil marl .round tlilt iiuiii' iiMiicairs mat your sunscripiiun baa ax pi red. t'li'sss renew promptly. r LOCAL NLSWS. tK 1'. Wlr, of M.yvllle, wai In town ytterlny, K. NY. Dngifctt Ii here Dili week hoKl lng teiuliera' tiRinlimllon. C. J. Qui mi, J, II. Jone. mid L, (1, K luliimn, of Mayville, were In town ye turJay, J, W, Burr wit pannonmT on yester day' ituuo bound fur Arlington ml 1'urtlmid, T. J. Young left tlilt morning for VitfUf.triJb.ixw)ia Into n It Of Gilliam County for the six months End ing March 31, 1898. COUNTY CLERK'S REPORT Of tlie County Clerk of ailllHin County, State of OrBon, showing the amount UnU IIMllllMir llf II In ina a 1 1. ...... I I... ,1 ...i ..u" i . . ,, i V 'ij mo KiMiiny ruiirir ui shiij couiiiv, lor wnsi allowed, .monnt of warrant,, drawn, and Binonnt of warrant, .HiUHinding and nnnald, from ."" ".. ; w,'wwlt v -no oihi uuy (i mront ijoiu inclusive r MWlWn WOOLGROWERSIir OK WHAT ACCOI'.NT AIXOWKK It'iHii and bridges?, . .. ,?."? . . . . I'n u per Circuit court, criminal Jimlico court, criminal... ,, . Honk, stntionorv hikI tirintlnir Ourt houQ aud Jail (!lrk'a account WCy,g"'---'--. Annum! of Amount nf 1-lnliriN j warrants alluwwl. drawn. We are showing an elegant line of Clothing. ' Hats in straw and felt goods. We have just the thing in low shoes, for ladies, andjevery man needs one of those nobby shirts of ours. J. F. REISACHER, Saddler and Harnessmaker CONDON, OREGON, ALL KINDS OF LEATHER COODS MADE TO ORDER. I r 10l 1 67 . H2i 42 . 103 50 . 117 43 . 222 48 . oil 85 . 7.r0 00 . VM) t . moo' . m ia . m oo . 87 50 . so m . 8 12 iV) . 124 08 . 118 73 . 2Hfl 60 . 121 US' . 10 78 tlOll 67 WH 42 103 60 117 45 Zi2 48 611 85 730 00 lIHia 911 233 00 m iu 152 00 871) 60 80 00 342 60 124 1)8 118 75 28H 60 324 (18 10 78 illowcd and drawn. ..7705 41 17705 41 Of OUTHTANDINO WAHAANTN I NfAII). Crr, Complnu and W.ll-..l.ctd Stock of- 8A0DLE8, HARNESS, WHIPS, SPURS, BLANKETS And v.rythlntf uaunlly found In a flrat-oloaa harna. .hop. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. Give me a call. In th bulldlna on the oornr, oppo.lt Barkar'a etore, S. B. BARKER, warrant, on the3Iitday of March, 18U8 (20 010 C5 "en-oil j 050 00 'IiKAI.EK in. 8M, nty Clerk of the Conntv of Oillin fcrt'iroinir lg a true unil v.artcl alntj.nii.iit nl it,.. ti,.i.lu.p ru vy me uuunty Court of uii County, for the six ij m man ii, lovo, on wnat account the same were warrant, drawn, and the amount of warranla outstand I atipar upon tho recorda of my ollice and In my official -lie Seal of the County Court of aald County this 2nd of i ii, rt. j'mrr.R, uonnty uierk. ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. IvORD & CO., ARLINGTON, CEM'RI MERCHANDISE ' CONDON, OREGON. STOCKMEN'S SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS . A SPECIALTY. riE RIFF'S STATEMENT and warrant, received for taet, and money pajj w the jorilf of (jilliaiii County, Oregon, for the aix utouthi rcil, A. I'. JO'JO, OREGON. Fifty Years Undisputed Supremacy In the WORLD'S COMPETITION. OOpijEEp Dip. Increases Yield of Wool, Enlmncos Vnlue of Flock. Cheap, Safe Handy, Clean, Wholesome, Odorless. Recommended by Manufacturers, Dealers and Scourers. Sold by I.OKD & CO., C. O. I10BEUT8, Oon'l Ag't Arlington, Oregon. 217 Ash Street, I'ortland, Oregon. Worth Knowing. Kvery littt fthlltt, taya an eichang. t read In the fmfmr f some one who Ins run a rn.tr nail in hia font, knw, ha ml or amit cthr purtion of the body, and that lwkj.tr rnlU-l thrralrum, of hlrh the pitirtil U .v.r patitnt w . iar. uf ihu rtiinmly for all inch wuund. and apply It, then all lurh rt ur. inu.t rr.Mt. Tit. remedy la viinplt), Iwayt at hand, ami can Ut applied hy anyunr, and what la iMter, la infallihle. It I. .Imply to aoi.ik the wound with t(l or woolen eioth. Twenty minute of mkiug will take tha puln out of the wont rust's of ittflnmn littt) arising from Ilia Hound. The lnrp tri-m. tat,etiltlt-d O. II, Nfl v. (iett. Kttrhart, i still ptMlding lit .ni-lico i .ttom't crnirt, thtf (lull) of IiImI Iwing lixt'd on the Wih iimt. ' In the mlgiiial action tho dmiinge, wa . placed at (00, hut, a the alleged V w Sus ho. Iiwn coiitiinictl .luce the flrt Hc,llm waa tllitl, plalnliir now mit for ltk) dmiiHgi's. .' A rty of devotee to tlie .port that made old Ik Wallun lamous, went down Ui Thlrtyittlle la.t Sunday Intent on luring to de.troct.iou the tinny den lien, of that stream. They were fairly aue 'aful In their ainiaier deilgnt on the too confiding trout, and the catch waa estimated at Jiimllilng leaa than bar rel. William Lake,, and eon, arrived here last Saturday from Kansas, having come all the way overland by team. Mr. Lake has traveled about S000 mile by team during the la.t two year looking for a location, and when he itruck Gilliam county he concludi-d that thli country tultcd Mill and that he would locate right lirrn. He Is an old friend of J. It. C'laik of thia iilnce. Jml(ju Miiriner hurried home from Condon Saturday Immrdiiitfly after the fudjiirtimmil nf the comity court in order j to be able to reach I'ortland Monday J morning whore he wan anhpoeiiaed a. a w Uncus In-fore (lie (vderal court In the trlnl of the pnrtU-a w ho lohlx'd hlit utore unit the pout ollico at lllitlovk in Mivrcli. Oct. 181)7, paid to Treaa., cash. . f 18H 81 Comity warrant 3:!l5!) Nov. 1S07, paid to Treat., cash. . 1700 00 County warranfa 6fi8 83 K'C. 1807, paid to Trea.,cash. . 2WU 66 County warrant 12IC22 Jan. 18H8, paid to Trea., rash.. HIHIKtl Keb. 18U8, paid to Trcas., cash. . (107 70 County warrants KM li Mar. 1898, paid to Trea. , cash , . 1 400 00 County warrant 83 81) 10. 'U7 wh'l diat No 9 pd treas, 20 87 Jan. cbl din No 38 pd trea, 14 40 Feb. 'nSgch'l diat No 2 pd treae, 11 Oo Feb. '18 ich'l diet No 9 pd tree, 48 37 Feb. '118 rhl diat No 14 pd trca, 8 00 Feb. '08 aclt'ldiet No 21 pd treas, 20 44 Feb. ach'l .lint No 27 pd trea, 6 07 Feb. 'i8 ach'l dint No 28 pd treaa, 12 80 Total paid Treasurer f 12232 83 arch 81, 1808, and paid to County Treasurer in April. cash, cash, rash, cash, caih, I nth, 7 cash, 8 cash, ..J8I4 81 .. SHOW) . . 1700 00 . . 6li8 83 .. 2005 fid .. 1210 22 ,. 14IHJN5 . . 007 70 . . 104 Oil .. 1400 00 83 80 20 87 14 40 11 1K1 48 37 8 00 20 44 (I 07 12 80 ..112232 U3 Z. T. Moody's Brick Warehouse, Is Prepared to Handle Con signments of Wool This Year, as Before, at Arlington and The Dalles. Your Interests are Ours. Your Business Entrusted to Our Care Will Receive the Most Careful Attention. S. G. HAWSON, Arlington Agent. b'i REPUBLICAN HEETIM H0J5.C. W. FULTON, Will Address the People of Gilliam County, on the Political ls3U33 of tha 'Day, at the Fol lowing Time and Places: OLEX, MONDAY, MAY 10th, 11 A. M. CONDON, MONDAY, MAY 16th, 7.30 P. M FOS3IL, TUESDAY, MAY 17tb, 10 A. M LONE ROCK TUESDAY, MAY 17th, 8 P. M. HEPPNER, WEDNESDAY, MAY 18th, 4 P. M. Come Out and Hear the Issues of the Day Discussed in an Intelli gent Manner Py Order County Central Coniniittee, W. W. Stieweb, Chairman. Wall Paper!! Wall Paper!! Make selections at your own home from the fnmona Alfred 1'kath 18118 art wall paper. ' Over 600 new patterns to how yon in my sample book, the name paper ai will be sold in New York anil Cliiiri?o thia year. New arid beautiful dniHKna at from 3 ct. to 40 cts. pur roll. Orders taken for a sinirle room or (or your whole house. Estimates furnished on paper hanging, t'oiituli, me before ordering elsew here. Wm. A. L'aruno, . Authorized Agent. To Home Seekers. I have for sale fine residence properties In Condon, and fossil, together with harna and ont houses lor each residence. Also several tine farms and stock ranches, none lietter, near Condon. Clem. Olei and Arlington. Terms very reasonable. 11. II. llESDHIl'KS, Boi 130 Att'y, Condon, Or. Deputy Stock Inspectors. I hive Hppolntrd as my dej.ntles tiie folloirlng prwms: W. II. r;olwi-ll. Arlliictnti. I.. B. Townseiiil. ;ulon. t red A. HhIb, r'oil. K. M. JoHro!, Ine Rook, titock Inspector lorUiiliam Count)-, On ifon. a. friffof said countv. do herebv rortifv that tha f..reiminir ie. Witness my hand this 2lk dny of Anril. A. 1). I80S. W. a. Wiu'ox, fiherilf of (iilliam Countv. ASURER'S STATEMENT f of (iilliam County, Oregon, for the six monthsending ,18l8, of money rereived and paid out. Iioin whom re- co, and on what account paid out. OKNKK.U, ri KD. DROP IN AT COED $j Lower Main St., Arlington, Oregon. hi, G523 65 ..." 11730 20 N. .... 792 18 L. 50 64 W. 30 01 rtcr . , . 200 oa when you fael Ilka enjoying flrat-claaa , CIGAR OR MILWAUKEE BEER Oil DRAUGHT. All kinds of first-class liquors on hand. The "DELMONICO" RESTAURANT la tha nlAotm First-class meals at all hours of the The only Short-order house in Condon Uirri V.rtloyiCUin nnnuo iu nnuurn-rinu ....... nimnnnnigiiu nuumg in uunnciil IUn run LUUUcHS. Bread, pics and cakes on hand for sale, or baked to order. Chickens dressed to order. Butter and eggs bought and sold JORDAN BROTHERS, Proprietors. RINEHART'S RESTAURANT Condon, - Oregon. GEO. W. RINEHART, Prop'r. The public will And that no bolter accommodations can be found iu this country than at this house. Meals 25c; bods25o. HEADftUARTERslonTRAVELIIIG MEN. Charles Habesohn, CONDON, ORE., BRICK - AND - STONE - MASON, PLASTERER AND FLUE BUILDER. CEMENT WDK A SPECIALTY. All work attends to promptly and satisfaction guaranteed. Mr. John Vanhouten. wile" anil two ehlhlron, Iroru Twickenham, (pent Sun day in town. . Mr. II. H. Hfiidrioka returned the first ol the week from I'eiidluton, where tie bad been attending supreme court. Chaa. MoKinale, together with' four carpenter, has the Iranie work on the bitf hotel almoat completed. Teachers' Examination. Teachers' eianilnation Uokbh Wednes day st 1 p. ra. Bopt. K. VV. Daguett, Cliaa. Boyae and Mrs. T It. elevens constitute the examining board, and the fol low 1 UK teachers are present : Anns Leach, Davidson j Minnie Frlck ey, Mayville j Naomi Stergul, Condon; Grace Balding, Condon j Harry F. Strlck liu, Plot. Sheep For Sale. , Tho Undorsigned Has For Salo at the King Ranch, noar : IIUTLEDGE, SHERMAN CO., Ore A Band of Shocp as Follows About 1750 Head, Consisting of ( CC8 Ewes, with about 500 Lambs; 200 2-year-old Wethers, and 370 Yearlings, ""; Thcso,8hoep will bcSoldBofore .June 1st,' and Intending rurchasors Should Apply, Before that Date, for Information in Regard to Price and Terms of Sale, or Call Person ally on ' , MRS. EMMA KING, Rutlodge, Sherman Co., Ore. Total ain't received. . .20IWU 38 Ain't paid ont on Co. war'nts, 0O45 62 Balance Gen'l Fund on handf 7750 tie Am't paid on State tax, 2000 00 Ain't paid on in't on bond Din trict No 9 40 00 Ain't pd ach'l district No 1 . . . fti 02 Am't pd teh'l district No 2. . . 27 09 Am't pd ech'l diatrict No 9. . . 231 62 Am't pd ach'l diHtrict No 13.. 8-1(1 Am't pd ach'l dietri'tNo 14., 32 63 Am't pd sch'l district No 20.. 8 37 Am't pd ach'l district No 21. , 150 45 Ain't pd ach'l dustrict No 24. . 18 50 Am't pd ach'l diatrha No 28. , 7 08 Am't pd ach'l district No 38. , 31 60 Ain't pd Arlington 29 30 Am't pd Fossil 22 It! Am't pd Uondou 1 90 Total am't paid out 20339 38 NOTICE OF SALE OF HORSES Notice Is hereby glvou thnt the nrnlerelened. 'linlni.trstor of the cststs of Hiram F. Kelton' dcrssMI, will sell to the highest blilder for ealr or approved seeMrlty, all of the horses belonging to mid estnte, being abont 00 head of range homes and 8 bead of broke borses, on Saturday, the 14th day of May, 189S, at Condon, Oregon. Six months' time w ill be given ou all approved accounts over 110. Fmsi 1' aimer. Administrator. lal4 April 'A, IS". At the same time and place I Trill offer for sale to the blKhest bidder for rash, or approved secur ity, about 25 head of ranire horses. Six months' time will be given on all approved accounts over 10. J. W. Clarke. Dated April 28, 18'JH. Town Property for Salo. For sale, five-room dwelling house in Condon, on Main street near the center of town ; good well, barn and oathuild ing; young orchard In good condition ; five lot all in one enclosure. AHo the dwelling house known as the J. II. Miller residence, on Main street, containing aix rooms, good well, barn and outbuildings; four lots in one en c loan re. Either of these properties will make very desirable homes, and will be sold on easy terms. For particulars apply to or address mkm. s. a. islake, Condon, Or. NOTICE. We have added a Jewelry Department to our stock of General Merchandise and W. L. To bey, who is a. strictly first-class watch-maker, is prepared to do all kinds of watch and jewelry repairing, at Portland prices, and guarantee satisfaction. To bey Bros., ARLINGTON, - OREGON. J. H. PUTNAM, "WAR" (in rates.) Write quick to the nndersigned and enlist in the arryv of passengers taking advantage oi the cut rates to the East. F. C. IIisdle, Ag't O. It. & N. Co., Arlington, Ore. NON-ALCOHOLIC. Xo man who lives on meat waa ever known to lick hia wife, or ask for a divorre. A vegetable diet woman is ae cold and clammy as a turnip. If you want your girl to have rosy cheeks and vitality in her motion, feed her on beef steak with occasional doses of Dr. Haw son's Tonic liilicra. Sold evervwhere. WAR WITH SPAIN! While Everybody . is Talking War, HCIIOOI, KlIND. Am't on hand from last report, : Atu't reo,a Irom W. 1. V ilco, taiee, Am't ree'd from II, N. I'raicr, fees and fines Am't ree'd from E. W. Daggett school superintendent Total am't received. . H0O 33 3410 08 50 00 1 41 8870 82 Ain't pd out on school superin tendent's warrants . 870 22 Da lance on hand 8000 00 Total '. .f3870 82 Statk ok Omkiwv, f. County of Gilliam, J I. 8. R. Barker, do hereby certify that the forocoins is a true and correct statement of the amounts received, paid out and remaining on hand, in the county treusurv of said county for the six months ending on the 31st dny of March, A. 1). 1H93. Witness my hand tins Znd day ot May, A. v. IHUH. , 8. II. llAKKh'R, County (Treasurer. SUMMARY STATEMENT Of the financial condition of the County of Gilliam, In the State of Oregon, on the 81st day of March, 18118! l.UIIII.ITIKH. To warrants drawn on County T reasiirer, and outstanding and unnald To estimated amount of interest accrued thereon (2(10-10 05 .1050 00 Total liabilities. . f270iMi 05 HKKOimCKH. Py funds in hands of County Treasurer applicable to the payment of county warrants, t 2000 00 liy funds In hands ot County Sheriff applicable to pay ment of county warrant.,.. 4334 35 By estimated unpaid current taxes applicable to the pay ment of county warrants, 18530 00 County buildings etc. not included. Total resources.,. ...... 248ti0 00 Subscription Agency. Subscriptions for all the leading news papers and periodicals, Including the Evening Telegram and the Examiner, taken at the postoflkc. ' Mks, J. F. Reikaobu. $50 Reward. I will pay the above reward for the arrest and conviction ol the party or parties who stole a four-month-old calf from mv pasture, near Condon, on or about the night of the 21st nf April. a2o-U Tat Skki.ly. Is Busy Geltitifj, in Supplies for His Customers. He Carries a Full Supply of Hardware, Builder's Material, Granite and Tinware, Furniture, Paints and Oil, Glass and Crockery, Stoves, Picture Frarres, Fishing Tackle, Bedding. Canned Goods. Ammunition. Undertaking Goods, lie w ill make you hot prices on Building Material, Barbed Wire Etc. Call aud soe him when you come to the county seat. Interest charged on acc'ts after 40 days. T. Q. Earhart, S. V. Moore. CALL AT THE Summit Saloon, IFOR FINEST BRANDS OFJ Uipes, Ijquors ard Qiars. FIXE BILLIARD AND POOL TABLE IN CONNECTION. EARHART & MOORE, Prop'rs. CONDON, ORE. RUMT 0. W. BARR, PROP. 01 SALOON. Fine Wines and Liquors and Choice Cigars. Billiard arjd pool Sables. First-class Goods and Courteous Treat ment to Customers, Our Motto. Main St., Condon, Oregon. ARE YOU LOOKING FOR THE BEST WHEN BUYING GROCERIES? IF YOU ARE IT WILL BE TO Y0UH ADVANTACE TO CONSULT WITH P. H. Stephenson, BEFORE PLACING YO'JR ORDER. Dealer in Fine Merchandise. Condon, Oregon. -DEALER IN- GENER'L MERCHANDISE FOSSIL, OREGON. Gent's Clothing, Boots and Shoes Furnishings, Neckwear, Etc. Mitchell Wagons and All Kinds of Vehicler Cheap. Call and see for yourselves. T. G. JOHNSON, -PROPRIETOR OF. Livery, Feed and Sale Stables, Large New Barn on Xorth Main Street, Condon, - - Oregon. HAY AND GRAIN BOUGHT AND SOLD. CHAEGES VERY REASONABLE. First-class Rigs Always on Hand at Very Reasonable Rates. A shitre of the ptiblie patronage is respectfully solicited. Condon Hotel, CONDONJ-OREGON. Mrs, S. A. Maddock PROPRIETRESS. MOTTO: LOW RATES, FiRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS Table Supplied With the Best in the Market. P. HAMj LONE ROCK, ORE., $ DEALER IN- General Merchandise AT SUCH LOW- PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU. CET MY PRICES BEFORE C01KC TO THE RAILROAD. IT Will PAY YCU. Spring Announcement!! Now is the time to call and examine our Spring Stoek anil get our CUT PRICES in Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Underwear, Notions Etc. Latest novelties in all kinds of Fur uishing Goods for ladies and gentlemen. Special Bargains IN CROCKERY and GLASSWARE. DUNN BROS. HARRY HALSTEAD, nFAl FR IM . . ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMPER. I now have on hand about 230,000 foet of Lumber sawed iu "07 that is thoroughly seasoned. My stoek includes flooring, ceil iug, rustic, surfaced lumber, ship-lap and all usual dimensions of rough lumber. MILL ONE-HALF MILS SOUTHEAST OF POST-OFFICE, LOST VALLEY, - - - - - - OREGOi: