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THE COriOOM GLOBE
THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1609.
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II pnlil la iultitnoa, K not pld in -lvm:i $3
ttllt Ijo tlmriuJ, A tumuli uiuik uruKinl till
notlca lndiott that four iiibanriptlon bi
j)lrl. PIum. ru.w promptly.
LOCAL NEWS.
County court It In n-wlon thli wlt,
lr Cttur wai lu town Iruui My villa
yoiterdiy.
L. 0. RuUton and Tom Hlanophy
wr op from Ola f Tuawlay.
0. A. Damif mart tiio gnlal boat ot
tlia Claw hotel wa In town Monday.
Mr. anil Mra, U, 0, Strickland were
in town Holiday availing taking la tlia
01 II CO. .
J.'W. Blake report! that on W(ina
day ol laat week 1'fluevllla bad eight lit
obei of mow.
Rev. Swift ol the Chrlttlan church
will preach In Armory hall nit Sunday
attl o'clock. ff
George 8. 8ml tit, rt'pretfcRilM Balfour,
Guthrie ACo. l Arllngttj-w7 here laat
weak on biialneaa.
Mia Lulu Kvlaar commenced teach
ing a anuini.r term of acliool on Matney
Flat laat Monday.
BonnTo Mr. and Mri. 8. A. Thump
on, of Matnty, Wedneaday, May 8,
1809, a daughter,
Old April "ehufllud off" In a ahroml of
now tbiayear, Let nt hope May will
bring u a nna apring weather.
W. B. Smith will all a' line lot ol
young tuarea on the 20th. innt. 8ve ad,
and billa printed at thia uffica. :
Mre. T. U. Johnaon and Miaa Matiel
HaUtead went to Foaall yeatarday to v
Mra. Birdie Wright who li ill there.
. F, It. Rtevona paaaed through Turaday
with 350 head of cattle to be delivered at
Arlington for J. E. Keynolde, the cattle
buyer. . .
J. F. Kelaacbtr It putting op a awell
tiding rig for Joeh i'urtwnod. Evvry
thing la complete and will coat from
80 to SW.
! The city roarahall baa been flulehlng
; the work of Oiling in the water main
ditchea lately and nobody la kicking a-
bout it either.
Mr: and Mra. J. V. Blake and danght
ere Mleaee Dollle and O'A, of The Dalle,
revieiting friend here thia week. Ja
Blake la vivillng frienda In the eaat.
E. A. Churchill, of Salem, arrived on
Raturday'eatage and expect to apend the
auminer at Steven' ranch. Mr. Church
til la a nephew of Mra. F. B, 8teven.
Mr. John Miller one of the pioneere
of Condon, and who waa engagud in the
mercantile bune here tor eaveral yeara
la here thia week on bnane. He ia now
located at Albany.
Wro. Campbell and hia brother wert
to Arlington laat Friday, where they
were lntrtd In a lewanit on Satur
day. They wera accompanied by their
attorney, 8am E. Van Vector.
8. . Van Vector ia down from Con
don. Mr. Van Vector ia well aatiollml
with bia new home In the county aat
of Uilliem couuty.aod aay it i a thrifty
little town. Timca Mountaineer.
W. L. Wilcot and family went over to
Pine crek baturday to viil Mr. W
parenU, Mr. and Mra. J. U. Ceven. W.
L, returned Monday and Mr. Wilcox
and the children will remaiu for a week
or two.
T. A. Renner and hit ton In-law, lien
ry Doore, led Friday uf Ian week for
Wyoming, where Mr. Runner' tone are
engaged In the aheep bnaineee. The
old gentleman wilt viait hi boy for a
while and if he like the country well
enough may decide to locate there,
Mia Delay LWnlng who hold a po
aition aa teacher in the public nohiHil at
Bigg, Waaco county, went through to
Foll on Haturday' ttage to viait her
alitor Mr. D. 8. Wright who la danger
, ontly III at that place (rum the flTccta id
an operation which he enderwent i n
Wedueaday of lat week. -
Dr. Luna haa located here permanent
ly, lie will occupy the Hlake residence,
with bia office in P. li. Kiepiienaou'i
building opalalr. Dr. Luna cmiif well
recommended frtin Lone Rock alao from
hi old home w here he w a a ttnlnt at
A. I. U, Medicitl Dpt. alau from K.
School of M.illclne Louivville, Ky. We
with him iuccum in hi new field,
"3 When purvhaalnga aide hill comhined
harvester, ee that it haa roller heariiiti
on the cylinder, tide hke rtblH-etnie
cleaner boarded op on tulde of Hie ahoe,
preventing all waate and Waking ot
grain ; and the header equipped with an
- angle ttuel aickle-bar, wl.ich will Ihi
a lifetime. Thera tpeclal tcaturet are
only found on the IJnlnei-Uoiner ma
Chtnea.
Another teat of the city water work
wa made the other day to drier mint-
the length of time the tank full of wai
ar would laat In ae ot fire. Two tire
boa wera attached to the hydrant mi
main ttteetaud turned looat for eirtly IB
minute and It wea found the water In
the tank waa lowered Jnat ail Inch.
No water waa (mmped In during the
tait and at that rate the tank full of wet'
or would latt jnat eight bonra bnt of
couree, when additional power it put iu
and the pump run to It lull capacity,
tha tupply will he largely Increaxail.
PUBLIC SALE OP HORSES
The undersigned will offer (or ante, at
publio auction, at T.G. Johnaon' corral
Condon Oregon, on
Saturday May 20th. 1899,
at 10 o'clock, a. in, iharp, the following
irUe8oribod property to wit j
' - f Twenty five hed ot good yonng maret
euitable (or work, saddle or driving an!
mnln.
Term of tale: , A credit n( six
montlit will be given on all approved air
counts ovur $10, or 5 pur cent dlscoiiot
lor crhU, W. B, Pmitii,
SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT
Of ailllam County for the tlx monthe Ending Maroh, 31, 1809,
SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT
Of the County Clork of Oillliini flonntv.. fiii ,,1 n.n .t,.iik..
ami number o( cluinm allowed by the county court of raid county, tor what allowed,
atliiiunt of WarranLa Hruivn inJ ,.i .. i: ' ' , . . '
, . I , r . --"" ni ruiiu uuwiaiHiiim mi ui ipaiu, irora
i"1 dril?l!,!Ay(!!.to W!? ,id"l:, rch lm inchAlve:
OH WHAT A0COUHT ALLOWED
Road ami briiTge.,., , ,
Orl ml fin I cl rcn 1 1 con rt
Criminal Jnatlire court . . . , . .
Hooka, itationerv and printing..;,..',,'.,'.'.'.'.'.'"
Court houae and Jail
Clork' ;
Sheriffi ,.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.','.'.','.'.".'.
Hchool 8u neriiitendent'i '..'.".
Cimnty Judge'
County Comiiilaiiiim-ra'
Inaane , :,..,'.,',
Jury account
Coroner'..,, '
C-mnly Trennurer't. ., , ; ,
fuel ...,.
AeeMNr' actmnnt. . .
Stock InrtMM-tor'a '.
Covot bountv (old law).,...-;.....,,.
ituuete on late...., ,
Total amount claim allowed and drawn.
Amount ot
'btl inn
alloww!.
t24H6 80
. iW4 05
. m 0
. 2J4 87
. ! 42
. 138 65
10. 00
. 1210 02
. 288 55
. 2H7 00
. 96 40
. 32 00
, 381 75
. 24 IKJ
. 100 Wt
. 00 00
. 220 00
, 124 s
, 284 00
. 38 67
Amount ol
warrants
drawn.
f 2485 80
884 05
m 80
2H4 87
100 42
138 55
1050 1)0
124W 02
288 65
2tl7 00
95 40
82 00
38)76
24 00
xmm
00 IK)
220 00
124'8
2X4 00
30 67
HELLO THERE, WHERE
ARE YOU GOING?
"Up toCotupton & George's to bay our Spring Goods.
They are the cheapest firm I have met with in Gilliam
county. Their line of Ladies' Overskirts and Shirt Waist a
ia immense and also their line of Ladies,' Genta' and Chil
dren's Shoes is the best and most complete in Gilliam -County."
-
The attention of the ladies of Condon and vicinity is invited to
our line of Summer Goods. Send for samples; you'll be sure
to order. Oonts' Furnishings. Snow & Co's. Fine Dress Shoes.
afJET'Call and see us or write for what you want.y
GOMPTOn a GEORGE ARLIKOTOH, OR.
7874 21 7874 21
AMOUNT Of 01T3TANDIN0 WARRANT UNPAID.
Otitetandlng nnpald countv warranta on the SUt Any of Mreh, 1899.
cmiiimrrn mi run ai-cnieu triereon ..................
.29203 48
. 1100 00
ta.
Btats or Okkoon,
Uounty ot Ullllain,
I. II. N. Frater. (inntv Hark nl tlia n..nn nf (lilllain But nl rt,,n
do hereby rerilfy.Jhat the foregoing it a true and correct tlatHiiientot the nnmtier
and aiiionnt of claim Hlloel hy the Connie Court of (aid Countv, for ihe ail
month emlititf on ihe3lt dav of Man-h, 18. on what aicmni the ame were
allowed, and the amount of warranta drawn, and the amount of wHrranisoiitMtnnd
log and Unpaid a the tame annear udoii tin rmmrda of mv oiHi-b an,! in nivmHi-ial
coilodv,
Wllliraame hand and the Seal of the Count Conrt at aald Conntv thia
25th day of April, A. t). 1819. H. N. Fbazxk. County Clerk,
SHERIFF'S SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT
Of the amount of monev and warranta received for laxe. and inonev naid in the
County Treasurer hy the (iherin of (Jilliani County, Oregon, lorthe'eia inontha
ending on the SUt day of March, A. D. 18 9.
TO AMOCMT kKCKIVKU.
av AMOUNT rAio.
Oct. 'u8. eoln and rnrrence 1311 flrt Oct,
Count v warrant .', 64 40 "
Nne. '98, coin and currency , . . , . 840 00 Nov.
Countv warrant , 170 89 "
Jan. '09 coin and currency 474 OH Jan.
Connie warranta 840 0 1 "
Feb. 19. coin and correncr 1000 110 Feb.
Countv arrant imtO! 't
Mar. 99, coin and rnrrence 7181 35 i Mar.
Count warrant 68 70 "
Jan. ', ai h'NjI din. No. li 84 68 Jan.
Feb. 'W, " . " " 13 8 90 Feb.
" " " "20 I 71
" " " " 21 404 61
" " " " 24 17 73
" " ' " 25 ..... 24
" " " " 28 5 17
.. i M i6n
" Foaall 68 10
' Arlineton 13 21
Mar, '9l, ach'l liat. No, 27 25 99 Mar
ToUl received 12I89 72
'98. pd treat caah 1311 fw
" " " Co. warranta... 64 40
t)8, pd treat eaab 81OOO
" " " Co. warrant. . . 170 89
'99. pd treaa caah 474 08
" "Co. warrante... 340 00
'09, pd treaa reah 104)00
Co. warranta... 164 10
99, pd ireai-ah 7181 35
" ' " Co. warranta... 68 70
'99. tch'ldiai No. id treaa 34 U8
"9, 13 " ' 8 90
' 20 " 1 71
u .. 21 .104 61
" " 2 - " 17 73
i u 26 24
" " " 28 " 6 17
" " 38 " " I no
" Foaall " " 68 10
" Arlington 13 21
'99 ach'l diit No. 27 " " 2 99
T.Ul paid Tieaanrer l.'ISil 72
ee.
rrrATt or UuauoM,
Connty of tiilliam,
I, W, L. WilcoK. aheriff of aaid countv. do herehe certifv that the (oreiroimr
atatemi ni ia correct and trnev ilneaa mv hand thia 6'b dav of April, A I). 1K99.
n. U vvilcox, bhenU o uilliam Countv.
6EMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT
Of the County Treaanrer of tiilliam C-iuntv, Oreg.ni,' for the ait anoinht endlna-
im the 31 -t duv ot Man-h , A. l. 18 of monev rvceiveil and aid oul. fioin
whom rtH-eived and from what eource, and on what ecconul M(d-iiii.'
OEMKBAL ri NU.
Amt. on hand from iat report. fl04?17 17
Am'-, rec. Irom , L. Vt Hru.
taaea , ....
Amt rec. from it. . Fmaer
fee ....
Amt. rec, from U, U- Neale
' tinea"
Amt. rec. (run t). i'arrielt
ale of ilrnv t"er. . ....
Amt rec. from I' I, ,am Hue
Amt reij from K. Yantl line. . .
1 2-'09 72
6.52(18
600
8 59-
25 00
Amt d-I out n Co. warrant- 11607 43
Amt pd out. hi ach'l anpl'a 't L'tW 60
italauce lien'l Fund on Im mi. . K3I3 20
Ami pd -Hit int mi bond echnd
, di-t.N.i. 9 80 00
Amt d out int on Umd cho.d
li-tNo. 27 40 00
Amt pd out ciiv of Arlington 12 5
Amt pd out Cite of Foaail. 6170
A nit l out M-ii'l ilial N '. 9 . . . 32 95
16 00; Amt mI out ach'l dial N 1 13.,. 83 M4
Amt h 0111 tch'l dial Mo. 21 . . 384 31
Amt pit out M-D'l dial Mo. L'4 . . 12 07
Amt n! nut M-h'l dtl No. 28. . . 4 1
Amt pt out on tate tai. . , ... 2518 3
Total.... .123473 13 1
Total ....tTS 13
hciiool ri so.
Vinton hand from la-t reiMirt.. 7H0 84
Amt rec I'm W I. V'i !,., taxes. . 2578 02
Amt rec I'm U L Neale Hue 5 00
Ant ree Cm O I'arriali vale atruy
. tteer 8 ft9
Amt rec Cm l L ilam flnea 25 (X)
Ami rec Cm Ralph Yantit Hue. 16 00
Total .
XJMi 4 )
Amt fxl out on ech'l anii'ta. . . .
warrania $ 2,18 (10
Ky Hal ch'l fund on band 3127 86
Total.
.33 0 46
Count
Ohkuon, (v
y of tfiiliam, f
1. 8. II. darker, do hereby certify lluit tlie f.ireinilnir la a true a nrl correct
t lenient of the amounta received, pnii ut and reniHiiiina on band, in the county
irenaurv of uM nountv for the aiK moiitha eiiitiUK n the Slat 'lay of March, A. D
1899. Witneaa my hand thia 28 day of April, A. I. 1S9M.
8. H. Uakkkr, Comity Trcaanrcr.
SEMI-ANNUAL SUMMARY STATEMENT
Of the financial condition of the countv of Gilliam, in the atale of Oreiton, on
,1 e Bt-t .lav of Mireh, A. t). 18 9.
. UAHIUTIK.
To warrant drawn ont'ounty
Treaaurer and ontaiandimi
and niipMid, inchidina' the
portion In be aaaiimed he
Wheeler ion 11 Iv which ia
not vet. determined. (2293 48
To estimated wmiuint ol inter-
eat accrue- thereon 1100 (HI
Total liabilitiea
30393 48
KKnotmcie.
By fund In hand of C 1 Treaa
nrer eppbcahle to the
iiavmenl of ronutv war
ranta $ 461 0 00
ealimateil unli1 current
taie applii-alde to the
oariiient of countv war
rania lea Wh'ler Co. Dorli'n 17093 00
Hy
Total reanun-ea. .
. . . .122293 00
Teachers' Quarterly Examlna
, tlon, at Condon, Oregon.
Notice I hoe by given, that for the
pnrpoae of making an etaiidnalion of
all peraona who may offer theinaelvea
A candldiliea (or teacher ol the public
chiMila o( lliit county, the countv achiad
iieriiiteudeiit thereof will hold a pub
lic examination at Condon, Oregon,
betfinning at I o'clock p, in. on May 10,
I Kilt), aecond Wedneadny In the month.
Candldaletfor ati'te paper may present
themwlvei on Friday, May 12th at 10
o'ebwk, a. in.
The following program will be follow
ed during the eiamlnHtiun: Wedneaday
I'eniimnahlp, lliatorv, Spelling..
Thursday Written Arithmetic, Theory
of Teaching, Grammar, Friday (jeog
rapbvi Mental Arithmetic, Keadinii,
I'liyaiology, Compoaition, 1'hyaical Oe
ngraphv, llook-keeplng, Oregon School
Law, General Ulttorv, Rngliah Litera
ture, Algebra. K. W. Iuookit,
School Pnpt. of Oilliam OontHy.
Price List of Lumber.
(Adopted Septemla-r 1, 1898. J
Kongh Inmla-r, pine, 10.00 ier M
Rough Inmber.flr, 12 00 "
8hiilap, eecond data floor
ing, malic, ceiling and
surfaced, " 15.00 "
First elite flooring, ceiling,
rnatic and Hniahing, 22 60 "
Slab wiaal, per cord, .75
All hill discounted 10 per cent for
pot cash. Same price and tame dit-
count to all. Harhy IIai.mtead,
Loat Valley.. Or
Do You Wear Pants
coat and vest, in other words a "suit"? We take it for
granted you do and also that you prefer to buy clothing
that combines tlegance with service and at a moderate cost.
We therefore invite you to call and inspect our new stock
of FINE CUSTOM MADE CLOTHING which are the
best values for the money ever offered in this section.
gjCT SUITS R50 TO m.50, FOR cash.
We sell for CASH and our prices are EYE OPENERS.
P. H. STEPHENSON.
Bananas,
Lemons,
Oranges,
Fresh Each Week, at Jackson's.
Agt. for Fowler Bros. Tailoring House.
' Clothing Cleaned. Pressed and Mended.
JOHN JACKSON'S CONFECTIONERY,
Livery, Feed and Sale Stables,
Large New Barn on North Main Street,
Condon, - - Oregon.
HAY AND GRAIN BOUGHT AND SOLD.
CHARGE VCBT HEABOtf ABLE.
First-class Rigs Always on Hand at Very Reasonable Rates.
A share of the public patronage is respectfully solicited.
ONE DOOR SOUTH CONDON HOTEL,
CONDON, ORECON.
MILLER "THE REGULATOR."
THAT'S THE PLACE TO TRADE.
We have constantly on hand a full and complete line of GRO
CERIES. We call particular attention to our line of GENT'S
FURNISHING GOODS which is the most complete line in
Arlington. We are also agents for the celebrated SALEM
" WOOLEN MILLS?" Call and get prices. We are now located
at the old Colli n corner. '
THE OLD RELIABLE REGULATOR.
GEO. MILLER, : : ARLINGTON, OR.
Balfour, Guthrie & Co.
NOW OWNERS OF, AND OPERATING
THE BRICK WAREHOUSE, ARLINGTON. OR
GENERAL STORAGE AND FORWARDING.
Barb Wire, Nails, Salt, Lime, Cement, Sulphur, Wool
and Grain Sacks for Sale.
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR GRAIN, PELTS. HIDES Etc
Advances Made.
Mark Your Good.
Car B. O. Co.
ARLINGTON,
OREGON.
WHEN LOOKING FOR BARGAINS GALL Oil
-.AL. HENSHAVvW
He has a complete stock of the following goods on hand and
more coming on every train.
Furniture, Hardware. Carpenter's Tools, Paints.
Blankets,. Gloves, , Wall Paper, House Lining.
Stoves, Stove-pipe, Window-glass, Crockery.
Trunks. Hand-bags, Undertaker's Goods.
Remember! lie will order anything, not kept in stock, on short notice.
J.H.PUTNAM, .'
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
Gent's Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Furnishings, Neckwear etc.
Mitchell Wagons and all kinds of Vehicles Cheap. Call and see me.
Fossil
Oregon.
Spring Goods
Rolling In by Every Freight Team.
Too Busy
To Write "Ads." Call and See Us
S. B. BARKER.
Condon, - - - - Oregon.
Get My Prices on
Pack Bags,
Pack Saddles,
Hobbles etc.,
Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
J. P. Reisacher,
New Masonic Building : : CONDON, : OR
T. G. JOHNSON,
. PROPRIETOR OP
Stop at
The
CONDON
HOTEL.
This popular hostelry has been
thoroughly renovated and is now
prepared to cater to the wants of
the traveling public in an up-to-date
manner.
Commercial travelers, and others,
desiring the comforts of a first-class
hotel, will find this house suited to
their wants.
MRS. S. A. MADDOCK,
Proprietor.
P. L. HAM,
LONE ROCK, ORE.,
DEALER IN-
General Merchandise
AT SUCH LOW
PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU.
KT MY PRICES BEFORE COINC TO THE RAILROAD. IT Will PAY YOB.
DUNN BROS.
Will take pleasure in showing you their stock of
Gen'l Merchandise.
Condon,
Oregon.
HARRY HALSTEAD,
nFAIFP IN
ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER.
I offer a complete stock of fine surfaced Lumber, consisting of
flooring, ceiling, rustic, ship-lap and all kinds of rough Lum
ber. Careful attention given to bills of special sizes and
dimension stuff.
MILL ONE-HALF MILE SOUTHEAST OF POST-OFFICE,
LOST VALLEY, ------ - OREGON
ARLINGTON SALOON,
JEAN LEBOUS, PROP.
Fine Wines, Liquors and Choice Cigars.
Billiard aid pool Sables.
First-class Goods Our Pride.
Fresh, Cool, Milwaukee Keg Beer On Draught.
Main St., Condon, Oregon.
T. O. Earhart,
8. V. Moorw.
D. M. RINEHART,
PROPRIETOR
1 1 ANTKO-SKVKml. TRUSTWORTHY I'F.R
VV iouk In till" iUi to m.miKenur hnahiPM
In their own mul nvurliy rnnntltw. it l mmmy
ntlUio work roniliU'U'd rtt homo, KtiUiy ulrumhl
'.(in) yenr nd extruM'. Mlnlto, bnn.llne. no
mora. 110 Wnt Hlry. Monthly 7ft. Kul,runro.
Kni'lotte MtllH(1ilrtt..Q4l stHtnitvil .nvtlouv. lUtr
tmrt K. H", I'ft'iit., l"lit. M, i;hi'h(i' III.
LIVERY & FEED BARN.
Good tJigs for Hire.
Careful Attention to stock.
Comer Spring and Church Streets,.
Condon
Oregon.
CALL AT THE
Summit Saloon,
mMIFOR FINLiT BRAND3 i
Uirpes, Ijquors ar?d ars.
FINE BILLIARD AND POOL TABLE IN CONNECTION.
EARHART & MOORE, Prop'rs.
CONDON, ORE.
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