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THUFfStfAY. APRIL 19, ISOO, THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF GILLIAM COUNTY. OREGON. NOTICK. "Trie fiMMut Invite correspondence from all tMliims H tiMllam comity. We nlm to make tM pxiier tli lvmlliix mv medium of the rtrtmiy inl liivUe uur irti'mi loasnist us by 4ik,Iii In the nvw ff their rcur-'eiive iWiKhliorliorHis, I'orreaia ii'loiiw mart bo aVui-d by tl writer, not nopfsmrUY irif puti llorttlon, out as an nrt(iMioiMf irmvl fnttVa tiiewlltur amnim- lit sraftoiisUitlity (iwoilf. luim rXrut!l bj tvnvisiijHilciUiL , The ifhingle utarmfiioturerB of Wash Idt'.m have formed a triist nl clostd t II mills for two weeks. This whs done f ir no other purpose tlnur to cut iIoah the supply of shin-glesiu orlr- tlmt a iitiff raise in prices, which was ei-lieduled for April 9, could be maintained, mid the members of the trirst are candid enough to admit this without any at tempt at equivocation. Commenting on tho. shut-down the Spokesman-Review Bays; ' "This is well enough for the mills in the shingle trust, but. bad enotitfh for the t-Hstern Washington farmer who'needs rhingles. All tlie trusts are dipping their greedy hands into hia purse. He rt?8 tribute to the lumber trust, the hhingle trust, the steel trust, tho barb wire trust, trte rigni irrm, ue paint irnst, the snuar trust,' the mat-hinery trust. But for him the law of compen-t-ation is a dead letter, x No combination i-vures the prices of the products of hia farm.' H At Frogs. X (Pertain well-known (Milium county poliiiihin, who lias long been known to entertain a particular abnerrence tot frogs' lejrs and kindred outlandish dhrheiV was " joblied" at Portland last week by soineof bis best friends. The gentleman alwavs bad a wroiijj-side-ont sensation whenever he heard anyone speak of the slimy, croaking reptiles as an article of diet and always swore that lie would not knowingly associate with a uian who carried aromul with him an appetite so totally dv praved as to relish such thing. Well, lit .Portland the other day a French friend of this well-known politi cian invited him to a swell dinnerat the French restaurant. The dinner was per fecta triumph of the French chef's art and of the dozen courses nothing was faulty. Sparkling wit and jolly repartee gave relifh to the viands and after a couple of hours the two friends rejoined the rect of the delegation at the Perkins. " Well," asked Andy, " Did you enjoy you dinner?" "Well, I should say.' rejoined the well-known politician. "For making glad the heart of man. tickling his pal ate and satisfying his stomach commend me to a French dinner every time. Some of the dishes were new to me but they wereaH real poems. Jean, what was that dish I sent back to be refilled ? It was the best I ever tasted." ." Dat?" Vy, dat vas vrous' legs," re- p'ied Jean, and the gang roared ami thi n the politician knew he had been Jobbed. County Surveyor and Civil Engineer Home-stead seekers located all reasonable rates. Condon, Oregon. )R. LUNA. PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON. Day or niirht calls promptly smwered. . Oftlcfl In New Mutonto BhIMIii. CONDON - OREGON. Jim Codd of Trail Fork visited friends in town this week. W. W. Stiewer went through to Fossil on yesterday's stage. J M Andrews of Wasco is visiting the Cooke boys this week. j iy Bowerman returned from Portland and Salem yesterday. - Mrs. John Pysart lias, been on the sick list tor a few days but is bow better. Services were held at the Catholic church by'Rev. Father Kelly Tuesday and Wednesday at 8 o'clock a.m. C. K. Wilson w ill hold a horse sale (auction) here on Thursday, April 20. tieo. Neale, auctioneer. For particulars see bills. F. M. Pliter was in from his sheep ramp Tuesday. lie reports a fine crop of lambs, the per cent of increase in his flunk being 110. The Granite Boulder, published by J. Sat Hudson, at the new gold camp has been received. It is a neatly printed and ably edited newspaper and shows ear marks of being the leading journal of its city. Success Nat. Millions Given AWay. It is certainly most gratifying to the public to know of one concern which is not afraid to be generous. The proprie tors of Dr. Kinit's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, have given away over ten million trial bottles and have the satisfaction of knowing it has cured thousands of hopeless cases. Asthma, Bronchitis, La (irippe and all Throat, Chest and Lung diseases are surelv cured by it. Call on the Condon Drua Co. and eet a free trial bottle Regular size 50o and $1.00. Every bot tle guaranteed. If troubled with rheumatism, cive Chamberlain's Pain-Balm a trial. It will not cost von a cent if it does no good One application will relieve the pain, It also cures sprains and bruises in one- third the time required by any other treatment. Cuts, hums, frostbites uniir sev. pains in the side and chesl. irlaiidu- lar and other swellings are quickly cur ed by applying it. E-'ery bottle war ranted. Price, 25 and 50 cts. at the Uudson Pharmacy, C. W Crosfield, Mgr. the OLEX. A full house Sunday to witness Easter exercises. Tom Johnston was In town Sunday Tom was shaking hands with the hoys and making himself agreeable. - MibS Kyle who has been teaching the Woodland school hap quit her school and returned to her home at Corvallis We understand Mr. C a s will finish the term. The Arlinzton Recrd last week an too need that Jake B irtzer's wife had tlnaliv arrived and accortlinirlv some of the bovs cot together and concluded that Jake would feel slixhted if her ar rival was not acknowledged with proper ceremony. They went over after night nt raised a gentle rnmhle, which awoke J-alte from his slumbers, then he in formed them that it was all a mistake, that his wife bad not yet arrived and his housekeeper was nick and their noise was rather annoying to her. So the boys departed, but finished their sport with a compliment to A.J.Cochran, Ask Andy lor the particulars. We would like the republicans of this county to explain their platform, which says: "We believe in the protection of American industries, but favor free trade on all articles controlled bv trusts." After investigating we find everything we have to buy is controlled by trusts Do thev want to turn ns over to the dp' mocrats? Can't they save the grand old party without committing pettv larceny on democratic principles? Please tell ui how tovote? We wantto roll up onr nsnal insioritv for protection of American industries (controlled by American mil lionaires) even though our children go hungry and half-clad in consequence of it. A Horrible Outbreak "Of large sores on my little daughter's head developed into a case of scald head' w rites C. D. Isbill.of Morgantown.Tenn but Bucklen's Arnica Salve completely r tired her. It's a guaranteed cure for Ecx?ma, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Pimples Pores, Ulcers and Piles, Only 23 cents at the Condon Drug Co's. Treasurer's Notice. All county warrants registered prior to July I, 18'JH, will tie paid on presen talion at my ollice. Interest ceases after this date. 8. B. Barker, Treasurer of Gilliam countv, Oregon. Dated at Condon, Ore., Jan. 30, 1900. GENERAL OTIS. This fine stallion will make the season of 1900 as follows: W. L. Barker's ranch April 7-8-17-18- 27 and 28. Condon April 9 10-19-20-20 and 30. Mayville April 11-12 21-22 and May land 2. Fossil April 13 14 23-21 and May and 4. IMt Valley (at Balding ranch) April 15-16 25-20 and Mac 6 and 0, and contin tiing throughout the season in the sam rotation. Gen. Otin i a bright bay, 7-yenrs-old weighing 1800 lbs.-Sired bv Strickland' Scotch Civile. "Usurper." (Inindiorp "Candhar" (Reg. No. 50) First dan English Draft mar"8nip". SmcoihI dam Jifilla of Scotland" (Up. No.' 1078). For terois Kl,i. see bills or enquire of W.VLN TJ. J. F. GI LLETTE, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Offift A tf CtHtin ZVtf C. JK. J. W. VOtiKL , Specialist for Refraction and Defects of the Eye, Will Visit Condon Every Throe Months. Watch Local Column for Plites. M. HKNDRll K!. : JAt BOWKKMtN. HENDRICKS & BOWERMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. nasTBciLDisowistor i-okt ornc. coanox. riR.TDOO KOBTH OrSTElWXK'S B1CK, rossiL; Cmvfiil attention to leg bwsim-M In Gilliam and Wheeler counties. A Notary in each olttco. Deputy Stock Inspectors. I hare appointed as my deputies tho following pereons: . II. itiin'ii, Miisw'f. L. B. Townaend, Condon. Charley W hite, l'nper Sack.. K. M. Johnson. Lons Rock Stock Inupcctor forttilliain County, Oreuoq. H. W. HARTMAN. Carpenter and Builder. Scroll Uork; a Specialty. Plans and Estimates Furnished Condon : : Oregon. C. S. PALMER, prtistk; Barber. Sleelc Shaves and Hair-cuts. Razors honed and re-Rround. CONDON - - - OREGON. New Train Service on the O. R. & N. The double train service to be estab lished between Portland and Chicago, April 22, in which the O. R. & N., the Union Pacificand the Oregon Short Line are interested, will shorten the through time 11 hours. TrairTNo. 2 leaving Portland at 9.15 A.M., begintring on the late named, will be known as the Chica go-Portland special. Its equipment will be new, making it fully the equal of any train now in service trom tne racinc coast to tne east, it win consist ui mail-car, bagagc-car, a library-composite car, a first-class Pulman sleeper, a diuinzH-ar, two chair-cara and a tourist sleener. There will be out one cnange of cars to all Eastern points. The full time will he three dava tbronzh to Chi cagn, or four days and two hours to New York. The second tram, known as !o. 6, will leave Portland atrj.20 P.M., connecting at East Portland with the Southern Pacific's overland train from tan iran cisco. and will carry through equipment to Chicneo via the union racinc ami the Chicago & Northwestern," and also the equipment for the Washington di vision of the O. R. A N., in connection with the Great Northern for St Paul, This train will reach Spokane at 10 A M A dininir-car will be furnished for break fast into Spokane, and for dinner on cor responding train leaving Spokane at 3.45 P M. The new schedule as arrang ed will supply the most complete service ever furnished on the O. R. & N.. as it nrovides increased service in Eastern Oregon, where it is greatly needed, and gives immediate connection with the Washinzton division at I'enuieton. At this point there is a large interchange of traffic on account of the various min ing districts of Baker County, the Coetir d' Alene, the Republic and Kootenai min'ngcanips. Portland is greatly bene fitted by this change, in as much as in creased service is given from Eastern Oreuon and Idaho. No. 2 wilt arrive in Chicago at 9.30 A. M. : No. 6 at 7.45 A.M. as at present. The westbound train out of Chicago, corresponding with No. 2, is No. 1. This will arrive in Portland at 4.UU f.M. the train corresponding with the eastbonnd No. 6 is No. 3, out of Chicago. This will reach Portland at 7. 30 A.M. Wcsthonnd train No. 1 w ill leave Chicago at 6 30 p.m. and Omaha- at 8.20 a.m. the following day. The time will be reduced two hours and 45 minutes. No. 3 westbound train will leaveChicago at 10.30 p.m. and Omaha at 4.25 P.M. the nest day. The service on the Union Pacific on all these trains inclnde Buffet-smoking- library cars and dinins cars. No. 6 will carry a daily ordinary sleeper to Kansas City, with change ea route to ordinary cars to Chicago. Onsnit trie nearest ticket agent lor detailed information. W. H. Hcblbubt, General Passenger Agent. For Sale. One ?4 blood Herlord bull two years old. One Ji blood Herford bull four years old. Animals may be seen at my ranch 5 miles northeast of Condon. D. S. Bkown Papering and Painting. W. A. Darlinn has lust received a full line of latest Wall Paper samples 1900 patterns I and is prepared to furnish estr mates Etc. on short notice, paper Hanging and Painting done nn short notice and in a neat and workmanlike manner. Give him a call. KKMEMUKU WE HAVE THE1 LARGEST LINE OF Agricultural Implements BETWEEN THE DALLES AND PENDLETON, Which wore bought at prices to defy competition. A full And complete line of Putn and Stoughton Wagona. The latest improved Oliver nd Moline Gang Plows. The up-to-date Monitor and lluekeye Hoe and Disc Drills. McCormick improved roller-bearing Mowers, Reapers and Raiders. The utmjualled Milwaukee Chain Drive Mowers1. , Russell & Co.'8 Engines, Threshers and Fixtures . The Little G!ant Tread Power Threshers. OUR STOCK OF General Merchandise IS VERY COMPhETK, WHICH WK AKK IE!.IVER1S0 TO OUR CUSTOMERS AT LtlWEf r i'KH KS. CALL AND SEE AND BE CONVINCED SHURTE & WEIR CO. DROP IN AT COB'S 5R00f Next Door to Bowling Alley Arlington, when you feel like enjoying a flrat-claae CIGAR OR MILWAUKEE BEER Oil DRAUGHT. All kinds of first-class liquors on hand. Of Arlingto No. 3018, n, Or. 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 aeposits. SPECIAL ATTENTION CIVENTO COLLECTIONS. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS FRANK ED- rjvwvuirutnjtnrtfuinru i D. M. FRENCH, Prealdsnt; W. W. STEIWER. Vlo-Praldnt T. HURLBURT, Cashier. DIRECTORS D. M. FRENCH, W.W. STEIWER, W. LORD, L. C. WARDS AND F. T. HURLBURT. 2 TJuiAnAnnnnAnxuiuwiJiAnnnAjruuinATUvuirS SUMMONS. In the Clrcnlt Cnnrt ei the State of Oregon for the County of Winmo. W. Lunik, rUtiutiff, Tt, Edgr T. Penon", IX'tenniint. .... To Edgar T. Pereoni, tho above named defend- "in the name of the State of Onon, yon are hereby rp.)itirtii to appear and answer the rom i.liilnt filed asrulnut yon In the above entitled r tinn. within the time hereinafter mentioned, and II yon full o to an.wer, for want thereof, the plaintiff will take Jail(tmeiit axainat yon for the mim of IMIO.OO with interest thereon at the rate of ten per cent per anniim from the lutn.day of Aiwnnt. WH. 1km I'iO.CiO paid thereon on Dec. 12, lh9: forll7"i.00 as atuirney'a feea; forJ4..'i8 with intereKt thereon at the rate of 8 per rent per annnm from the W. day of February, Wi'i; for l".ii, with intenut thereon at the rate of 0 per eent lier annum from the 13b, day of Feb ruary, lSilS; for with intereat thereon at the rate ot H per eent per annum from the Slut, day ol Deeember, IWjS;. for eenta with In terest at the rte of r) per eent peranmim from the Slth day of Dec., 1M", and for 116.40 with In terest thereon from the 'lh. day of Dee., WOT, and for plaiiitltra cmts and dlabiinemenM in thiaat tiou.aiui also an order for the tale of the ttaebid properly In Mid aetlon. to wit: The Eiiathnlf of hec.tflti towushipj foMlh. Hanirea Eat. in Gilliam Co'intv, Oreiton, and a one fonrtb latereat In the growing crop of wheat thereon. 1 . . Thia summoni la terved upon yon by publica tion thereof in the Cwido Umihk, a weetly newspaper published in said Cllllam County, by order of the Hon. W. L. Bradshaw, Judite of the above named court, made at chambers in Dalli-a City. UrtYon, on Mareh llth., 1'JU). whleh Mid order preaeriiaa that the name be puhllkhed once a week forix eonsecutive weeks; that tlw llrst pnblbration (hull be made on the 15th. day of March, 1SSI0, and that the service he deemed complete on the 26th day of April, I9W), and you are required to appear and answer suid Com plaint on or before said last named date, W. II. WilJwm, Attorney lor riainlift. J r ARLINGTON SALOON JEAN LEBOUS, PROP. Fine Wines, Liquors and Choice Cigars. Billiard apd pool Sables. First-class Goods Our Pride. Fresh, Cool, Milwaukee Keg Beer On Draught Main St., Condon, Oregon CHARLES FIX, Bow ing Alley and Baths. Lower Main St.. Condon, Ore. . POOLROOM, SOFT DRINKS, CONFECTIONERIES, ETC. GRAIN AND CHOPPED FEED IN ANY QUANTITY FOK SALE Large Scales, price 25c a draft: reduction on contract weighing. : NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Ornci At Tii Dalue, Ob., Apr. 18, 1'juO. Notice is hereby itiven that the following named settler has hied notice of his Intention lo make final proof In support of his claim, and that said imad will be made before If. S. Kruzer. county clerk of (illllam county, at Condon, Or., ou tnmy, may ', I'.ssi viz: HARRIET N. HTEVEX8, of Condon, Oregon, Hd. E. So. Mi9, for the ncU ncj tee. 18, tp. 5 s, r. 2)e.. W.M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cnltlvntion of said land, lr.: Charb-s H. Ktevens of 1irie Koek, Oreffon; Geonto W.Moore, R. Campliell and John (jross ol conooii, Oregon. Jay P. Lucaa, Jleglster. NOTICE FOH PUBLICATION. LK Ornci! AT Thb Daixks, On., Mar. 0, 1900. Notice fs hereby irlven that the following- named settler haHiled notice of her Intention lo makehnai proof in support ol ner ciMm, auo that said proof will be made before If. N. Fnut T, County Clerk at Condon, Oregon, on Frlduy, April -'U rjon, viz: SADIE E. PAKMAN, of Condon, Oregon, Hd. E. No, 0722. It 1 scV, not andeliseW, sec i, to 4 . r 20 e VV, M. Hh naiues the fol lowing witnesses to prove her continuous res idence Hpon and cultivation of sairl Imid, z: Mrs. M. Kustman, James Coidrll, Antone berge and C. A. r?lmj,son. all of Condon. Oreron. Jav V. Jxcah, Rej,lsur, CITATION. In the Conntv Court of the Mate of Oregon, tor tor the county of (illllam. In the matterof the estate ol J. A. Linn, de ceased. Citation: To Mrs. Carrie Johnson, Mrs. Mary Isacson, Mrs. Marie (ioodcll and Mr. c. E. I. Mid and all nrllc-s Interested in the estate of said deceased reeling: in the name of the State of Oregon: Von and each of you are hereby cited and required to appear In the County Court of the county of Gl nm, at the court room thereof, at Condon, in the county of Glllbiw on Tuesday, the K;hdayof May. I'jOO. at i o'clock fn the after noon of that doy, then and there to show canse why an order should not be made authorising the sale of the N. K. of the N. W. .theN.', of the S.Y..V, and the . E. of theN. E. of Wee. at in Tp. 4 K. 21 .., W. M. in liilllam County. Oregon, eouUdnlng 100 acres of land and being the property of sld estate. Heivlcc ol this citation Is hereby mado by pub lication In the Common (Iixirk, a weekly news piiper of general circulation published at Con don. In SHld conntv and stute. for four consecu tive weeks, live Irsues, cnminVnclug with the Issue of 'i hnnslay, March a, lisitl and ending with the Issue of 1 hurwiny April 111, l'.ssi by virtue of an order duly made and entered in said courtou the6lh day of March laoo. W. J. Makimub. Judge of the County court of the Mate of Oregon, for the county of (illliam with the seiilnfsnid'ourt utlixed this llith dayof -' sinrcn, A. I. ltJ. Attc-t: H. N. Kkazkh, Clerk, HyCiiAH, O. I'OttTwoou, JX-puty. N(TICE FOB PUBLICATION. Usr, On ii at The Dai.leu, Ob., Mar, 19, WO. Koticc la hereby given that the following named settler haa filed noticeof hi Intention to make Jl mil proof In support of his claim snd that said proof will be wadebefore If. N, Krarer, county clerk, at conuon, Oregou on rriduy, May4, 11KI0. viz: Wll.f 1AM I'AI.MEU, of Condon, Oregon, Hd. B.Xu. IU77 for the s V. r e !4,e sw and lot 7 sec. I1, tp. 4 s, r 20 e w. M. lie names the following witnesses to prove his cinllunoua residence upon and eul valion of mid land, viz: 8. B. Couture, Hnmuel I,amterson, P. P. canon NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION, f.AKD OrricF, The Dai.i.ks, Ob., Mar. 1!) 1900. Notice is hereby eiven that the following- named settler has lllei noticeof his Intention to make final proof lit support of hlsclalm, and that that said proof will be uindo before II. K J- rz"r, Co-Mity clerk'Bl Condon, Oregon, on Friday, May , r.ssi, viz: CKOlt'JE L. NEAI.E, of Condon, Oregon, Hd.E. No. 7!i for the w' nw and nwli w Vt Kec. 11. Tp. 4 H It. 21 K. W.M. lie nainostlie following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of sal'l laua viz; I . (i. Johnson, B. It. Darker, . I,. Wilcox and J. 11, Downing, all of condnn Oregon, Jay Y. 1.0 cam, Register. WASTKD BKVERAL 1'KRSONl FOR DIM. district Ollice Malingers in this state to rep me in their own and surrounding Corinth's, Willing to pay yearly fWIO, payable weekly. Iie slrable enipleyment with unstiual opportunities. Keferences exchangii. Enclose aclf-addresscd tamped envelope, e. A, l'ark,U20CaxtoU oullu THE "MODEL" C. C. WILSON St CO., Proprietors. A Quiet Resort. Headquarters for High Grade "Wet" Goods Green River Whiskey. Olympla Beer. Fancy Mixed Drinks. Fix Building, CONDON, OREGON I. CEVURTZ, THE HOME FURNISHER. 1 Ml mt lit 1 1' BIT f ajHnW-gtliFi-f tt : ,'if l -I II -rS.. rsv-jM f ri I FURNITURE. CARPETS. STOVES Pa von want itcel rnnite or a cook etove? If yon do we will give yoo tho celebratcij Kclipse Steel Bongos, at prices that will A'toniali yon. Tlieao raiiKoa are guaranfeud lo bake perfectly and uot to crack or burn ont in 10 yearn. An np-to-date ateul range, of high quality at a very low price. High grade material ana mperior workmanship throughout. Bix liolea, o, 8 coverg Top on r face 20x31. Firehox 25 inchea Oven 18x18x13. High body 29 inches oniy fo.ou. Cemented top oven plato, cut long cen tor and iiackwall, heavy ring covers double flrebnck and bottom' trrato. To caat in four parta, oven 18x19x12 Fire bog 24 inches. Only $15. 00. Keaervoi t'l'l. HO. Copper nickle plated reiorvoir f7.o0 extra attached to range. Yon run no rink In buying an Kcllpae Itange or Stove, everyone ia gnarantocd and the mannfactnrera are hack of tli guarantee. Hend for a complete etove catalogue Iree, , 1 I. GEVURTZ, RNISHER 173-175 FIRST STREET, PORTLAND OREGON EE G IS BELIEVING OR FROM DARKNESS TO LIGHT. BURIED TREASURES BROUGHT TO LIGHT AT LORD & GO'S. Our immense lino of Spring and Summer OootU hits just arrived'. SEE THEM, PRICE THEM, COMPARE THEM. See thorn because it is a ploasuro to inspect uioo, new goods, rrioe tlrem because here lie- tho necret of our bucccss. Beauty alone? cannot always pleasa but wehavo always boott abb to pkaso our custo mers when H comes to prico. Compare theui and see if our line of Two Toned Covert, Grey Ueigo, Blaok Herring-bone Diagonal, Serges, Suitings, and Novelties don't compare favorably with pamples you get from Portland and tho East. We give you what you are looking for and give you a chance to so ect tho bept. Fifty Different Patterns of Sum mer Wash Goods to Select From. Dotted Swiss, Striped Lappet, Fancy Organdies, Crepon, Colored Swiss Check Lawn, Fancy. Figured Cord, Percales, Etc. Etc. Trimmings of all Kinds. Measure them, compare them, pull them, stretch them, give them every test that a woman's wit and judgement can devise and see it they will not stand up under the most trying ordeal. Write for Samples and Prices' ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. LORD & CO. Arlington, Oregon. R IN EH ART'S RESTAURANT Condon, - Oregon. GEO. W. RINEHART, PropV. The publie will find that no better accommodations can b found in this country than at this Iioubo. Meals 25c; beds 25c. HEADQUARTERS FOR TRAVELING MEN. E. T HOLLENBEGK, E. Consulting Engineer. Etttimales made on all kinds of Buildings, Machinery, Water Powers, Pumps and Pump ing Plants. Repairing a Specialty. If you have any thing you think past fixing, bring it to mo. HEADQUARTERS IN THE FIX BUILDING. CONDON OREGON. WHEN LOOKING FOR BARGAINS CALL Oil AL. HENSHAW- He has a complete stock of tho following goods on hand whd wore coming on every train. ' Furniture, Hardware, Carpenter's Tools, Paints. Blankets, Gloves, Wall Paper, House Lining. Stoves, Stove-pipe, Window-glass, Crockory. Trunks, Hand-bags, Undertaker's Oooda. Remember! Ho will order anythingnot kept in stock, on short notice. T. O, Earhart, Fred Wilson CALL AT THE Summit Saloon, IFOR FINEST BRANDS OF I Uipes, Ijcjuors arpd (ars. FINE BILLIARD AND POOL TABLE IN CONNECTION. EARHART & WILSON, Prop'rs. CONDON, ORE. LOST VALLEY LUMBER CO.; HERBERT HALSTEAD, Manager. ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, Wo oflbr a comploto stock of fino surfuood Lumber, consisting of flooring., ceiling, rustic, ship-lap and all kinds of rough Lumber. Careful attention given to bills of special sizes, and dimension stuff. MILL ONE-HALF MILE SOUTHEAST OF POST OFFICE. LOST VALLEY - - - - - - OREGON.