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THE COIIDOII GLOOL THURSDAY, APRIL 0. 9O0. Our Agents. The following persona fe the accredited agents of the Globe at the jHjet otlicea named. They are authortoed to reooive and receipt for subscription aocoUDtai W. II. Coi.well. .... , .Arlington. Wadb Duo Olex Mrs. Ella Anoeix, , , , , .Mayville' Frank SfKWAUT.,..,.Ixno Rook. Other agents will be appointed, and their names audod to this list later. If you arcr not already a sub scriber, or if your subscription has expired, call on your nearest agent , and be made happy. Subscribe (or the Oixnt. Only 1.50 a year Purely Business. lWt overtook the Condon Drug Co.'g adtis 00 Joslil Choice family white fish at tonn Bros, One bottle of 6 drop will cart your rbearaatiitu. Condon Drag Co., agents. Order a tailor made suit fit gnaran-teed-from Dunn Bros. FoM Sals A thoroughbred Drown Leghorn Cockerel. Enquire at this office for imrtlcalare. We are agents for the famous Buck ingham S Hoc ten Boots and shoes. Dunn Bros. Colds I Col Ji I Cured by oslng Lang's I.aaativs Cold TableU. For tat oolyln Condon by the lludnon I'harmaey. Don't sand off for your patterns when ?oo can get the ButUrlck patterns at 1. I. Stephenson's. Have you tried HT Dr. Bhlek's Hair Tonle (or the scalp. For sale at the Hudson Pharmacy. J. L. Neal, the well known auction eer, will give the strictest attention to all basinets entrusted to bis care. II you have property to sell consult blm. Munsey's, McCloree, Cosmopolitan, Pearsons, Strand, Century, Bcribnsr's ruck, Judge, and many other publica tions are now sold by Condon Drug Co., newsdoalars. Lost On the toad between J. O. Stev enson's sndR. McKlneey's, a ladies' sil ver watch. Finder pirate leave same at this office or return to Miss Susie Stev enson, ths owner. Two fiiioar Rimos calls up the Condon Drug Co., who will deliver goods to any part of tbe city free of charge. If jrou want good goods prompt service and reasonabls rates call tbsm op. We wish to thsnk onr patron for their liberal patronage during tbe pat year and hope to merit a continuance of the same In tbe future. Dona Bros. Wasted The ladles of Condon and vicinity to know that they can get the beat eeMrtinent of high class fruits, con fectiottery.sad crackers at Jackson Dy cart's. ;, I Dana Area! hevn an immense line of flne merchandise upon which the prices have been reduced since the holidays. Their stork consist of Dry Uoods, Cloth ing. Famishing, Groceries etc. Wool bags are now ready for distribu tion and your orders are eolidted. Write ns or send by voor friend for the number you want, the price will be right at tbe Arlington Warehouse Com pany's. " ' j The Arlington Wsrsboews Company's eomniodloua warehouses will be turned ever to the wool growers this season and the management will see to it that all are rightly treated. We won't be the whole ihow but will be the beat show in Arlington when we have this season's wool clip Mowed away and the glad faces of the sturdy sheep-mattere are seen In our houses. This Is one of tbe years for wool. Arlington promlees to be the heaviest wool shipping point saet of Tbe Dalles this season. Everybody la talking of Arlington as a market hard to beat and this saaeon prom i net to ticel in intereat and activity. Be in line and brine your wool to the Arlington Warehouse Com pany. Thsy will make advances and aid you in securing a good pries. Wood For Sale. 200 cords of good 16-Inch pine wood forests at the Lost Valley sawmill. For terms call on or address. J. C. Fata Lost Valley, Or. Attention Ladles. Miss Louelta Haddock has Just opened a complete line fashionable millinery goods at r. II. Stephenson's store and the ladies are kindly requested to call and Inspect the sams before purchas ing elsewhere. Will order goods when requested. LOCAL NEWS. Mrs, T. (I. Johnson Is on the sfck (lit. John Dysart was at Arlington this week., Mrs, rul Orelner Is seriously III at her borne In Mayville precinct. Father Kelly will hold services In ths Cutliollc church Sunday at 19 o'clock. Regular church services at the Latter Day Saints every Sunday, at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday School, 2 p.m. Every body Invited. Godfrey Schilling has bought a timber culture constating of MUX acres, on Mat nsy Flat, of Fred Wilson tbe considers tion being $800. Elder J. L. Swift, of the Church of Christ, will bold services In Armory bsll Ssturday evening, April 7, and Sunday April 8, at 11 A. M. and 8 P.M Dan Rlnebart bss sold bis ranch, north of town, to bis father, O. W.Rlne hart, and bought the Charlie Baker place. Tbe consideration In tbe former deal was 1800 and in the latter $1200, Earheart A Wilson bavs just put in one of the most complete refrigerators and beer pumps to be found In Eastern Ore gon, Tbls enterprising firm are always up-to-date, and tbe "schooners" In which they will dispense " Hop Uold" will be found both wide and deep. In the Weekly Eaat Oregonlan of April Oiu, the speech that Win. J.B-yan made In Pendleton on Thursday, March 29, will be printed in full, Just as Mr, Bryan delivered It. Tbe speech will contain something like 15,000 words. Copies of the paper can be bad by mail, sent to any address for 6 cents each. Sam fi. VaaVactor's new office build ing on Msin street has sprung up as though by, msglo this wsek. To the philosophical mind, however, there Is no magic about It, but only another demon stration of tbe swift work of Condon car penters, who are mostly " lulus " when it comes to speed and dexterity. Dr. Uillette arrived from Portland Saturday and will locate here permanent ly In tbe practice of bis profession. Tbe doctor Is a pleasant gentleman, and es pressos himself aa highly pleased with the appearance of tbe town and surround ing country. He has established bis office In tbe rear of tbe Condon Drug Co.'s store. J. W. fitrack was here for a few days last week In tbe Interests of the Portage Railway Co. Mr. fitrack was more than favorably Impressed with the appearance of this part of Gilliam county, and gavs It as his opinion that It will be but a short time until a branch railroad will be built from tbe Columbia river to Condon. ' Paul Orelner and Jim Dunn met with quite a serious loss Tuesday morning by toe Darning oi a smoaenouse, on nr. Grelner's ranch, in which they were ear In the bacon of 67 bogs, which tbey bad fed and butchered during tbe past win ter. The Are occurred about daylight although no fuel bad been put on tbe smoke" Are later then 4 o'clock Mon day evening. Tbe loci is between (700 and $800, and no Insurance, Tbe ladles of 'the Latter Day SalnU church will give an entertainment and Basket Social, at the church, on Thurs day evening, April 19. . A "nsh pond," In which tbe gentlemen may And part ners for supper, will be a feature, and tbe price (or supper will be fixed by the weight of lady "caught." Agoooume la assured and everybody Is cordially In vited to attend. Proceeds for benefit ol the church, Ladies are Invited to bring baskets. . H. N. Fraxer's young son. Rolln, who has been sn inmate of thetlood Samari tan Hospital at Portland (or some time, Having a badly fractured ankle repaired, bas so (ar recovered aa to ba able to be removed (row the hospital to private lodgings. A recent telephone message from Mrs. Frater, who la with her boy, states that she hopes Rollo will be able to come home In about 10 days, and that the Injured limb will be as good as ever in due time. Rollo Is a typical " yonng American" when it comet to "grit," and his (rlends will be glad to know that he has recovered from inch a serious accident so speedily. Public Sale. Tbe undersigned will offer at public sals, at his borne, 8 miles southeast of Condon, on SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1900, Ths (olio wing described property, to wtt Sis head o( horses, one header, one gang plow, one complete threshing machine and outfit, blacksmith outfit and other farm Implements too numerous to men tion. Terms o( sale: A credit of eight months will be given on all approved accounts over $10.00 or 5 per cent dis count (or cash. Sale will commence at 10 o'clock a.m. .. C. L. Bakxb. Geo. Nsalb, Auctioneer. Grand Clearance Sale. Notwithstanding the fact that the price of nearly all com modi ties has advanced we will still give our customers the benefit of the old pricea and in order to make room for our big spring stock we will make liberal discounts on all cash salea for the next 30 days. Special Bargains in Boots and Shoes The old reliable Buckingham & Ilecht brand All Wool Blankets A few left which will be sold at the old price Good Values in Hats and Caps. Groceries of all Kinds. DUNN BROS. Condon, Orego Dmccrtlo Convention, Ths democrats of Gilliam county met In convention last Ssturday for the pur pose of nominating a full county ticket and electing three delegates to tbe state, congressional and district conventions which will meet In Portland, April 12. At 10 A. M. tbe convention was called to order by Ira B. Carter, of Mayville, who is chairman of ths county central committee, John A. McMorrls being chosen ss temporary chairman and P. Stephenson as temporary secretary. The committee on credential!, consisting of I. B. Carter, E. P. Weir and John Madden, was nest appointed and are- cess taken to give that committee time to examine tbe credentials of delegates and prepare its report, after wbicb the following other committees were appointed. Permanent Organisation and Order of BusinessSam E, Van Vector, Henry Wilklns, A. Orelner. Resolutions and Platform Oeo. B. Smith, 11. O. Strickland, Bam E. Van Vector At tbe afternoon session tbe tempora ry chairman was made permanent and B, Carter was elected by acclamation to serve the convention as permanent secretary. The reports of the several committees were then beard and adopt- The platform was very brief being sn endorsement of tbe Chicago platform of 1898 and a declaration for tbe perpet uation of the time honored principles of democracygovernment of the people for the people and by the people. The following ticket was then nominated. Sheriff- W. L. Wilcos, of Condon. Clerk T. O. Johnson, of Condon, Commissioner W. R. Boyer, of Clem. Treasurer P. U. Stephenson, of Con don. :' ' 1 Assessor Wm. Musgrpve, of Ferry Canyon. ; . ' - School Superintendent W. R. Neal, ol Arlington. Surveyor L. W. Darling, of Condon. Coroner Dr. Lasler, of Arlington. Tbe convention was harmonious throughout and tbe democrats are confi dent tbst they bave tbe strongest ticket ever nominated in tbe county by their party. Caught a Dreadful Cold. Marlon Kooke, manager for T. M. Thompson, a large importer of flne milli nery at 1658 Milwaukee Avenue, Cbica- ssys: "During tbe late severe weather, I caught a dreadful cold which kept me awake at sight and made me unfit to attend my work during tbe day. One of my milliners was taking Cham berlain's Cough Remedy for a severe cold at the time, which seemed to re lieve ber so quickly, that I bought some formrself. It acted like magic and I began to Improve at once. I am now en tirely well and feel very pteased to ac knowledge its merits. For sale by The Hudson Pbsrmacy, C. W.Ciosfileld, Mgr. A Bolt of Lightning?. During the heavy storm Sunday after noon a bolt of lightning struck a tele phone pole just north of Springston A Rogers' barn and, taking the wire, paid its respects to every 'phone In town. Tbe heaviest charge ran Into tbe central station at Dunn Bros, store completely wrecking a window near the booth and burning out the fuse wires and some of the insulated wires leading from the main line to the 'phones. Every 'phone In town was visited and electrio sparks were thicker than politicians were last week. Many persona admit that they were badly frightened and tbey believe that those who don't admit it were as badly scared as anybody. Not only tbe telephone wires were af fected but the water pipes were also charged with the current and Charlie Earhart. who happened to bave hold of tbetauoetln his place of business, re ceived a severe shock. This wss caused by some of tbe ground wires of the sys tem being attached to tbe water mains to insure a complete circuit with the earth. It looks as though the water and tbe telephone systems should be discon nected so that the citisen can take bis water "straight" if he wants to and only take an electric bath when his physician prescribes one. Vol, 1 No. 1 of tbe Wheeler Coanty Mews, published at Twickenham, over on the John Day, has just been received, It is B. M. Knott's latest newspaper ven tore, tbe plant being the seme that be nsed In the production of the now de funct lone Sun and Hard man Home stead. . The new paper is in the field as tbe champion of Twickenham for coun ty seat of Wheeler county and already the fight Is on between Shutt snd Jim Stewart. Shutt claims that Jim got in a fool in ths first round by whacking him below the belt wltb a sqnib before he got his gloves on but when be got in "posish" he hnrled the missile back at Jim and called him a liar to boot. Shutt followed this up with an allusion to Jim's superiority as a prevaricator as to tbe amount o( the stake money and was jnat about to get Jim on the ropes when Jim let drive at blm a big volume of an cient history wbicb landed sqnare on the Jaw, At this point the wire was cut but we espect to bear tbe second round was a hot number. ' A Horrible; Outbreak "Of large sores on my little daughter's bead developed Into a case of scald bead" writes C. D.Iablll,of Morgantown.Tenn. butBuckleu's Arnica Salve completely cured ber. It's a guaranteed core for Ecsema, Tetter, Salt Rhenm, Pimples, Sores, Ulcers and Piles. Ouly 25 cents at tbs Condon Drug CVe. " ,,' April Term of Court Postponed. Jftrfge W. L. Bradsbaw has notified Sheriff Wilcox that on account of tbe serious Illness of Mrs. Bradsbaw It will be Impossible for him to be present st the regular term of court which should convene here next Monday and that the docket will be continued for the term. It was not practicable to secure another Jndge to occupy the bench at this time and there beinir no prisoners awaiting trial or other persons who ar apt to I e seriously Inconvenienced by the delay we feel confident that, under tbe rirvnnv stances, the people of the conntv will find no fault with this arrangement. Sheriff -Wilcos wishes to ntifyall persons who have been summoned ss inrors for tbe April term that thev are excused from attendance at court until further notice, A Testimonial from Old England. "I consider ' Chamberlain's Cough Remedy tbe best In the world (or bron chitis" says Mr, Win. Savory of Warring ton, England. "It has saved my wife's life, she having been a martyr to bron chitis for over six years, being most of the time confined to her bed. She is now quite well. Sold by The Hudson Pharmacy. C. W. Croefleld, Mgr. , For Sale Cheap. One Pitt's separator and horse power and complete threshing outfit. For par ticulars enquire of Cooke Baoa., Condon, Or. - OLIVER CHILLED and STEEL PLOWS, Full line for the Spring Trade. We Carry a Complete Line of Harness, Saddles, Chaps, All at Correct Prices. Orders Taken for Furniture and Wall Paper. '. ... Special Inducements WADE BROS., OLEX, OR. Republican Platform. The following resolutions were adopted by the Republican county convention In session here last week : Resolved, That we indorse the pre sent administration .by . the Republican partv and favor the permanent retention or the I'hinppine isiancn, we believe that the inhabitants or rnerlo Kico are entitled to tbs same rights, privileges and immunities as-the-people or anv other territory belonging to the United States. We believe lit the protection of American industries until thev are able to compete with foreign establishments engaged Sn the same pursuits, In order to give employment at gooa wagea to American workinginen s but favor free trade on all articlee manufactured and controlled bv trusts. " Unsolved. That we lavoreoadnlng the pay of our several county otfloera to tbe salary provided by law, and if at any time It becomes sbsolutely necessary for anv of our county officers to have assist ance In order to do the work required ol them properly, we thins it is the duty ot the County Court to provide such assistance." give It If troubled with rheumatism. Chamberlain's Pain-Balm a trial will notcost you a cent If it does no good, One application wtll relieve the pain It also cures sprains and bruises in one- third the time required by any other treatment, tints, burns, Irostlrttesqnin sev. pains in tbe side snd chest, glandu lar and other awellings are quickly cur ed by applying It. E"ery bottle war ranted. 1'rice, Z6 and 60 eta. at the Hudson Pharmacy, C. W Croafield, Mgr, For the next 30 days, on Winter Underwear. JUST IK FROM CHICAGO Borne "dandy" bargains in Ladies' Gent's and Children's Underwear, Also others lines ol goods not mentioned here. We also pay the market price for Horse Hair, Old Rubber, Copper, and Brass. One Door 8outh of Henahaw's store. HENRY CUENDET, CONDON, OREGON. Freshi Before You Buy Ytnr thmiaet Bltcep Camp and HoasefioM fltapplfe", Go and See the Fresh and" Complete-Stock ofOrocttkm, Tobaceo, Hafir, fcboew, Clot tring; Blankets, Hardware, CrocieTj, Dry Ooorfev Medicines Ele. to- be Found in the Large Store of Matlock & Stewart, Lone Rock, Oregon. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Prices Reasonable. IS IT FINEST CAMMED GOODS YOU VAliT THEN GO TO P. H. Stephenson's. Lemons, Oranges and ' (vr,'; Bananas, at Jacls6n & Dysart's Meat Market. SOME DAY PERHAPS YOU'LL KNOW Tbatvou can do better by trading with the Condon Dru Co than by sending yonr orders to outside dealers. It will take just one trial to convince yon. Re member also that we are a uonoon nrra. Money paid to us is not sent to Itew York, Portland, The Dalles or any other town but will eventually be put into Condon improvements. We. have, besides a complete line of drugs and patent medicines, a lutvupa or pnoto supplies, musical instruments, painter's materials and electric Dauenes, oeiia ana msoies. notions, canaiee and cigars, novels magastnes ana periodicals, uive us a can or send us your mail orders. COUDOt DRUG COMPANY, S B. BARKER DEALER IN GEN'L MERCHANDISE. Stockmen's Supplies a Specialty. CONDON - - OREGON. When in need of Saddles or Chaps, Call on Or Send to J. P. Reisactier, The only Saddler In Gilliam or Wheeler Counties. New Masonic Building: : : : CONDON, OR. F M. esringeton. J. A. Nodgere, SPRINGSTON & RODGERS. (ftuooeeeorc to T C. Johnson.) Livery, Feed and Sale Stables HAY AND GRAIN BOUGHT AND SOLD. Flrert-class Rigs Always on Hand lit Vary Reasonable Rates A share of tbe public patronage Is respectiullv solicited. Condon, Oregon. Stop at The CONDON HOTEL- This popular hostelry has been thoroughly renovated and is no 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 wantd. MRS. S. A. MADDOCK. Proprietor. CHARLES FIX, Bowling Alley and Baths. Lower Main St.. Condon, Ore. pool room, soft Drinks, confectioneries, etc. GRAIN ASD CHOPPED FEED IN ANV QUANTITY FOR SALE ill a nrr m m ii Large Scales, price 25c a draft: reduction on contract weighing. BARR B'LC. RELIABLE DRUGGISTS- CONDON. OR. Notice. To better prepare myself to serve you In tbe future I expect, in a ahort time. to attend a coarse ol lectures in one of our best medical colleges. To do this I must collect. All parties owing me will please take notloe. Call at my office and settle or make satisfactory arrange ments. Thanking you tor past patron age, I am yours sincerely, 1B. S. K. LlNA. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Uko Ornca At Tna Daixss, Ob., Fety IS, 1900. Notloe It hereby given that the following named MHtor hu riled notl ot hU Intention to make tlnal pmol Inanpport ol hit clim, and that Mild proof will ba mail before H. H. Fraaer, ooHnty clerk ol oiUlam coanty, at Condon, Or., on Monday. April i, 1M0 via: . DKl'SILLA TKl'K, ot Condon, Oregon, Hd. K. No. SUM, tor the n'i iwV and iwU aeevioaml nw1. '.; avo'i'' tp. it, r. Jla. W.Jr tie namea the following wllneMea to prove hla eoiitiiiMWM ruaulriio upon and cultivation ol said land, via: W. V, Barker, K. R. Cornttt, W. M. Cornet! and & D, rietcher all ot Condon, Oregon. . Jay P. tccAi, Rtgl.ter. KOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Omci Av Tna Daubs, Ob., Mar. S, 1900. Notioa la hereby given that the following named tattler hatnled notice ol her Intention lo make Snal proof In Hippnrtof her claim, and that aald proof wtll be made betoie H. N. Pmi.T. Comity Clerk at Condon, Oregon, on Friday, April 10 1900. via: 8AD1K E. PAKVAN, ot Condon. Oregon, Hd. K. No. mi. Irt t art;, nel and rt$ ae1. tec 1. tp4t, VY. M. Bbe name! the fol lowing witneMwa lo prove her eontlnnout ldtnce upon and cultivation of mid land, via: Mra. M. C, Eaalman, Jomea fnnlrll, An tone Bvrge and C. A. elmpaon, all of Condon. Orvtton. jay r. i.vcAi, ncgi.wr. Petition for Liquor Llcenae. .' In the County Court of the State of Oregon for the County of tillllam. To the Hon. County Court of Gilliam County, Oregon. Wa the undenltmed reatdenla and legal voter ot the Precinct ot Lone Hook, in laid County and State, hereby petition your houorable body that a llcenae be granted W. R. Roberta, of aald precinct, to toll apiittHona, Malt and vlnoua llq- Mora, at retail, In quantltiot leal than one gallon In the town ot Loue Hook, In aald Precinct, County and State: Joseph 0. Ward, G. W. Boone, C W. Pitcher, H. & Keel, Jeff Hayea, Joe, SI. Hayes, Amoa Wlncland, 0. W. Madden, John H. Hayea, An brew Neel, I. X. Smith, I. C. Bennett, Jeff Neel, Riley Billing, J. H. Ral.ton. O. H. Neel. John One hen, Bd Comptou, Jack Parker, K. B. Lau der, Geo. Earhart, P. H. Robinann, R. Jl. John eon, N. H. Nuckolls, J. Andrew., J. R Bennett, P. R. Nlcholaon. Arthur Madden, Cha V. Pbeg ley, J. T. Turley, C. Rldgway, Wm K.Conon, Roy Foater, W. R. Roberta, To Whom tt May Concern: Notice U hereby given that the uuderaigned, W. K. Roberta, will. on the 8Ui duy of May, 1900, apply lo tbe Honor able County Court of Gilliam (ounty, Oregon, lorallcenauto tell at retail. In quantities tea than one gallon iplritnou. malt and vino i liquor, In the town and precinct of Lone lioek In mill Ulhuin Count)', Oivgou. W, K, Uoaunrs UOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Ornca at Tna DALtan, Oa., Feb . WOO, Notice 1 hereby given thai the following named aettlerhat filed notice of bla Intention to make final proof In aupport of hla claim, and) that aald nmof will be made before H. N. Craser. county clerk of Gilliam coanty, at Condon, Or., on Thunday, April 12, 1900, via: RAl.l'H MAY, of Condon, Oregon, Hd. E. No. Sals, for the wl ne n', nw., see. , tpj , r 22 a, W. M. He name the following wltneaaea to nrovehit con t! nana, raetdenre npon and cultivation ol aald land, vie. W. J. Smith. H. II. Boer. Martin Mitcbail and Ham May. all ot Coudon, Oregon. jit r. I.UCA. Beginer. EXECUTOR'a NOTICE. Notice it hereby given. In the matter af the eatate of Mary Knummera, rtuneawd, that the ui demlgned waaon the lutn aay nt rewn.rv, a. it I9U0, appointed by the Coanty Court oftitlii i County, Oregon, the exaentor ol tna .in' of the ahove named oaewlent. an aeraena Hav ing claim attain the el-l eatate m net prraant the ame In m duly vanned at mi hom. eaatof Condon, Oregon, o to Headrtrk Howerman, my attorneya, at their offi at t'nudon, Oregon, within at a month treat tbe data and Sret publication of thl nolle. Comlon. Oregon, . M. B. H'iaa, Pebruay 1. IWU. ' Executor of the Kataia ol Mary E.Summendqe'4 WANTED SEVERAL PERSONS FOR P! trirtomoa Manager, tn IhMxtala lorrixe. aent me In their own and urrouii.Jingronti'.l''. Willing la pat yearly StOtt, payable wwkty. I.e. tlrahle employment wltb nMtuinptmrt"!t". Heterencea exchanged. F.itrlnae tampMi unvloie. a. X. Park, !M)(:atuu buul. , lug,Cniuifg.