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THE CONDON CUBE.
thursdaV May 24. leoo. Our Agertt. Tho following persons life the accredited agents of tho (Ii.obe at the post olllcca named. Thoy are authorized to rcceivo and receipt for subscription accounts: V. II. Coj.WEi.ii. Arlington. Wadk Duos., ( ( ...... , . . . . . Olex Mas. KiiK ANfifiix. , , ,. .Mayville Fran SfKWAHf ... . 1. Lone Uock Other agents will bo appointed, aim tlioir names auiieu to ima hbi later. LOCAL NEWS. It. N. Frtuer wont to Arlington Mon Uiiy on t ijUKint-HK trip. A nuinbsr of ra1clouts of this placs t t.Midi'il tlx funeral of Mri. Kays t May villa Mummy. Miinlov Uitwnlna anil Dert Cason will toll 150 head of lioraea at Condon on tlie SULti Inst. A nntiibarof tlia sheep shearing boys tooK a lay off In town Monday on no count of the ml 11. KItiior linker rotitmod Saturday from a vlt.lt with frlsiids at raraer, South V kulah. Darker, Cainaron, and Pllter have flniahed ahoaring ami their flocks are now on their way to the tumuier range Tunnii U the pupular outdoor aport In Condon till season. Plnre the game started some ot our heavyweight! are re' duclng their avolrduiia. Mint Lulu Welsh arrived from li.lira- tiiont, California, a few days ago and will remain hare to keep huuae fur tier brother, Charlie Welah, bluukiiuUh. A pleaaant dance waa given In the Ar mory hull Friday evening. A large number of devotee! of the ternaiuhorean art were preient and all pad a merry evening. ttv. Uiltman Tarker. awiated by ulhers. will uroatsh tho dudicatton ser mon at the BapUat church, Condon, l.t Hunday in Juno. Btket dinner win be eorved. Everybody invited. The Northern Paolllo and the Great Northern H. K. Co.'a have iaaued ordera to reduce naaaoncer (area in Oregon and WiMhlnittou from four to three centa a mile. The reduction will take effect July lit. K.T. Uollenbeck baa the Klwr cottage In place in Ita new location in the eouth nartof lowri. The building waa moved bodily from Mr. Riser's ranch about two miles from town. Sara. K. Van Vector and family will occopy the residence K1. MvKlnnev came in from th moantatns Sunday evening after gutting his band of aheep aa far as the ?otcn on the way to their summer range. Mr McKlnnev will take a banl of Ales Jlardle's aheup mountuloward as soun as they are ahorn. The ladleaof the Baptist church will give a aoclal in the Armory Hall on the evening of May 25. Short programme Run Mr wilt be eurved. AdmUsion (entitling each toonedtah of oyster aoup) Adu b L'Sc. ch Idren loo. A cordial in vllalion ia estended to all. The republicans held a meeting In Armor? hall last Thursday afternoon which was addreseed by 8. A. P. Clurley, Henrv Craaa and (leorge Miller of Ar lington, and Fred W. Mulkey.of Port land. The attendance waa not large, which waa perhaps due to Inaofllclent advertising. The ladlca' aid eociuly of Condon have on hand, at P. II. Ktephenaon! itoro a lanre and varied assortment of glrla' and bova underclothing. The aim of thla society ia to raiae money to clear off the ilal.t on the narsonaae. and we truat the people of Condon will dime forward and aaklat in this worthy object. Mr. Thomas Dillon, the well-known heepmen, has (inUhed shearing his flocks and haa atartod them to the sum uiur ranee In the mountains. Mr. Dillon owns one of the beet flocks of sheep in ihneonntv. Ills yearlings this season yielded from 12 to 18 pounds and his we band averaged 13 pounds of clear wool of excellent Quality. The fleece of one wether tipped the Kales at juet 22 pounda. Such fleeces are the beatcri terions by which to judge Mr. Dillon's good Judgment and care as a breeder of fine wool producers. He Is one of the succesaful flock masters of the county. Judge Mariner was In from Blalock for a few days Inst week on buslneas. Charlie Jayne haa been In towtt for a few daya nurethg threatened attack f la grippe. Jean Labons has put In one of the fin eat refrigerators and beer pumps in east ern Oregon. Grant A Pysart have flniahed ahearing their, aheep and started them for the mountains. , ' Will Christie vlelted the county aonth of ua Saturday and Sunday and he wai not on political biialnets either. A fine ahower vlalted this section Mon lay end the farmers' faces, wreathed In miles, were pleaaant to look upon. I K. Holt. i'l the Holt Manufacturing Co., California, waa here laat week look ing forbnaineaa In the combined nar- vvater lino. 0. 8. Palmer left Sunday for Astoria rhra ha soea to attend the annual meetlno of the I. O. 0. F. Grand Lodge, as the representative of Summit lodge, 130. UrUer & Pllter have sold 3303 yearling to Chan. Cowell. of Miasoola, Mon tana, the price paid being Z.CB. Mr. Cowell alro bought 2700 head on the John Dav. and drlvea them over the trnilv, via Huntington, for Montana. Charlie Winfleldwrlteaua fromDIion, Wvomlnx. that he has been at work In anlacer mine at liagga, Wyoming, but Is now having a tussle with mountain fever and Is under the care of a doctor at Diaon. lie is improving and hopes to soon be able to go back to work again II. p. Daniel and O. E. Thomas, of Searcy county, Arkansaa, and Milton M. of San Franc sco. arrived here laat Friday to look for a location In Orcgon'e banner county. Meaura Daniel and Thomas were sorprlaed to And an old neltthhor here in the peraon ot Dr. Luna. The gentlemen took a look over the Ferrv Canvon and Alas country eunuay and were well pleased. They espect to return later and secure homes Jay Bowerman, the well-known attor nev-at-law. of this city, was ap pointed a U. 8. Commissioner by Judge Bellinger of Portland a short time ago. Mr. llowarman la now In a position to discharge the duties of that ofDce, having just received from the Dallea a complete st of plate the finest in the county. Homestead filings, Onai proou, a no an work connected with the taking np of land will receive Ills best attention. IlobL E. Misener. of Mitchell, who Is nna of the candidates on the democratic ticket for representative from this dis trict, was in town laat Saturday getting ranalnted with the people. Mr. Misen er is an agreeable gentleman and seemed to maka manv friends In Condon. lie vent on to Arlington Sunday, and will complete the circuit via The Dallea and Hharman count towns to HI nome. lie Is making a thorough canvass ol his district. Th Rock Creek man who Is betting il.it J. Rover. of Mavville prpciriit liltbe democratic candidal fur comity com missioner, and who! claims to have or talned hla information from the Qvoti, la ha.ll mistaken, and II be persist in maklna- such beta will Continue to lose his money. The Cwb haa given the correct news In this ntatterg-ae it 41- traa alma t do in all Ullage which ia that W. It. Coyer, of Bock Creek pre cinct, Is tho democratic candidate lor the oflke of county commiatloner. I Tin. n.ina tha nnrmlaF clerk In Dlltin w.iu ...., -- r . i Bros', store, visited friends in Mayrflle nrecinct Saturday, and in company witn Paul Oreiner whipped the waters of Thlrtymlle for trout Kunday. Jim's e modesty would only permit him to plead gnilty to the capture of lit nan bot he would not say poauiveiy mat ne rfi.l not catch a ereat many more than that number. Jim also had a thrilling ernerlouce with a big rattler In which a he came Off victorious, lie saveu toe ratllea, which he will have made into a hat band. Cat D. Barnard. Fred Ball end B. of Fossil, sold about 40 head of hordes at this olace laat Saturday realis ing good prices for the stock. The prices ranged all the way from 2.70 to I47.UU . head. After the sale a puree was made np to have a particularly vicioue Wheeler county broncho rode, ana tf ran a Armstrong concluded to straddle the brute for the mouey. He was a spike-tall crop-eared cayuse and looked as fierce as nnl t iter, bot when trans got in the saddle the caynse proved as gentle as a kitten. Frank appeared to be the best aatlefled man In the corrall and, after the exhibition be bought " spikey " for a family horse. Mrs. W. A. Dai ling returned from Portland Saturday where she has been In the Go:d Bamaratao Hospital for several weeks. A school entertainment art I strawberry and Ice cream social will be given by the people of dlatrict 80 in 8. 8. Thomas' warehouse on Hatnrday at 8 p.nl. Hon. J. S.Bradley, of Teias, addressed a large andlence In Armory hall Tuesday evening iW the Intercuts of the democratic tk-kct. The speech was well received. riavlnr.l W. Cooke, atfent for the Re mington Typewriter Co., of Portland, Ore., waa In this part Saturday, bot Beware of a Coutfh. 1 nniih la rw.t a rlitcami tint R SvniD- torn. Consnmptlon and bronchitis. .l.l..t. ...a ....t rldftfnrriMa and f.lifll illseaaes, have for their first Indication a persistent cough, Blul if pPcrly treated as soon aa this coitgh appears are easily cureu. uiiainwrmiH B ujuii ivciiic.iy has proven wonderfully successful, and I Utt tirt.lft ror.nlalinil anil fit U'tisivfl sale by Ita succesa in curing tho diHeaaes which cause couginng. ii ia noi uene ri.ial it will nntoiiut vnn a I'i'nt. For sale at The Hrtdson Pharmacy C. W. Croslleld, mgr. f uincl Condon "filled up" and only overhauled a few of the machines at preaentln use. lid. Temple, the popular photograph er, was over from Mayvnie luesuay. Mr. Temule reports business first-class and esnects to come back to Condon soon, rs there has been (real call for bis services here lately. Is Condon going tocelebrate the Glori ous Fourth? If we art it is about time something wns 'being done along that line. A big celebration can not be ar ranged for in less than a month and bat little more remains between how and Indencndence Day. Gets hustle on yon neighbors If you want to celebrate, or forever after hold your peace. Jodie Mattingly was over from May villa Tucedny. The judge aaya that but little Interest ia shown in pontics in his precinct except In the fight kt high constable. Ed. Stlnchfleld is the repub lican nominee, and Judge Mattingly himaclf haa been persuaded by bia friends to allow his name to be used as the democratie nominee in the Interests of good government. The judge and hla frlenda are confident they nave bd. over ... . a . ...US t. a barrel and tnat me country win iw saved. It may be added that the judge is one of the ahrewdest politicians that ever fought his way through hordes of hostile Indiana between tlie Missouri river and Oregon. Purely Business. Ought to Advertise. A Heimnorduok which hud faithfully stuck to li!iHiiie during thp seamm and had laid several dosen of lari fawn Col ored egg 4, complained the other day that she was not appreciated'." "Heefhit hen over there?" said the duck, "ehe hasn't laid as many egs aa I have noma big ones, bnt she has books written abnit her. and verses cum pored In her him r, while nobody is saying a thing about me." "The trouble with yofi Is," sail nj rooster standing near, "that yri don't j tell the mibltc what VOU have dwi or j can do. You lay an egg and waddle on-) Without saying a word, but that r.al.-r mine never laya one withont letting everybody in the neighborhood know ft. If yorj want to cnt any ice In any com munity, why, yorj moat advertle.4Ja zettc v !-- Obituary. Mrs. Jane Keys, wife of Wm. Keys, of Mayville, died suddenly at her home at that place on Sunday morning, May 20, 1000. Mre. Keya waa born In County Tyrone, Ireland, 1822. She made an early pro fession of Christianity and united with the Presbyterian chorch, until railed to swell the ranks of the Church Triumph ant. At abont 33 years of age she ntiited in marriage with Win. Keys. In 1805 they removed to Delaware county, Ind and after a residence of two years at that place thoy removed to Oregon, living in KoaeburgO years, and in 1878 removing to the vicinity of Mayville where alnce they have made their home, and from which place Mrs. Keys heard and obey ed the summons of her Lord to " Come op higher," She leaves a husband, son and two daughters to mourn her loss. Funeral services were held at Mayville, Monday, at S p.m., conducted by F. D. Hraly, pastor ol the Congrvgational church of Condon. A large concouree of friends followed the remains to the Mayville cemetery, where the interment took place. Torturwd a Witness. infonaa .nft.rin slat endured bv wit ness T. L. Martin, of Dixie, Ky., before be ifave this evidence: " I coughed every night Ontil my throat was nearly raw; then tried Dr. King's. New Discovery .l,i,.K In.lanl rulivl T hftva OHed it in my family for four ycara and reco mend it aa the greatfet remedy for congbe, colds, and all throat, chest and lung trooblea. It will stop the worst coiik-h, and not only prevents but absol- utciy cures consumption, to 1.00. Kvery bottle guaranteed at Con don Drug Co.'a store. To whom it miy Concern. My wife, 8. E. Wilson, having left my led and board without just cause, 1 here by give notice that I will not be respon sible tor any debts or bills contracted by her. C. C. Witaoa. Arlington, Or., May 8, 1900. Why lt.irsf when yotir appetite can lia a...iufl(..l ttilll nnp .if nilr fulfills. Ulilk ahakes.orlce bream? Jackson & Dysart. Try Cohdon Drug Co, for paints and oilai '. : "- For tihnfo an'tiLlies'llie Coridon Drog Co. is the place, -v..-.. . Silverware finest selection and best goods obtainable. Dunn Bros, Barlii-IIotand cold water, clean tow els, only 25 cents at Cohdon hotel. Colds 1 Colds! Cured by m-ing Lang's tasativf Cold Tablets, For sale only in Condon by the Hudson Pharmacy. Get yourself a new watch at K. B. Wheat's window in the Hudson Phar macy, Repairing a specialty. Have you tried it? Dr. Shiek'a Hair Tonic fur the scalp. For sale at the Hudson rharmacyi P. II. Stephenson is agent for the cele brated Strauss Bros, tailor-made suits, ('all mimI hnvp yonr nieaaure taken. Have Von f en onr latest arrival of .iit... u ati.i If n, .r win hmt ttt-tter call and lii-pect ti.ee irooil". Finent work manship, iK'antifiil .leiigns. imnn iros i: r. it, wpll known auction eer, will Kive the stru-teat attention to all biiHitieci entrusted U hi! care, li yon have property to sell Consult him. e',t.,,...., tinlaear tnkt in IflLeat ffOO(ls. Our slio-s combine style, fit and tinislr, and cimpiisethe standard brands. lt us "foot" yon. Dunn Bros. K. B. Wheat, the Arlington Jeweler, Is at the Hudson pharmacy this week with a fine atock of watches, jewelry, etc. Call and see him. Dress goods of every diesirable shade anH t.t.i.a fnr iha aniniiipr flraather. Right now ia the time to pnrChase. and we snail oe picasea to see you. iuuu Bros. DEERING MOWERS BINDERS f Tniversai SlrfvcS" ntt itanges AND BINDER TWINE Tron I'wlateads Spring Mat trop sea ('li.'iirH kxionrinfi Tffblcst t)rd'TS fftlii'n fiir" Firrnifurrf ft .it VU Paper r.6t kt'JH iir Groceries Hardware and General Merchandise Largest stock in the county Attention Ladles. Miss Looella Maddoek has just opened . An. ,.luf.. linA faahintlKlllA Inillinerv goods at P. 11. Stephenson'e store a.id the ladies art) ainuiy rrqnesieu w and Inspect the same before porchas- lug eisewnere. n in oruer guuua n ucu requested. For Sale The following described real eelate, eiloated in Gilliam county. Or.; is offer ed (or sale (or the next sixty days On the following terms: $Ki00.00, of which tfiixi on ia tn h cstih. SJiOO.OO navable in one year, ioOO.OO in two years the de- rerreu payments m war o per renv iiimr est. Or will Sell for all cash at S1500.00. It is the land known as the Levi J. ..vMlri,.1. urf.h aifaf.Vlaa (nllnws: N. W'f, iN 18 B, EW, r?i,'-4, ana iw, fE, ana yt, 20, a and NW,2 3N. 18E, containing 000 do-ivu acres.- r'j ,u C. K. Hayard, The Dails, Ore. $5.00 Reward. For the return of a bay mare w bite hind feet, atrip in face, saddle marked, weight about iW3 lbs., brand, large shield on left shoulder, also small brand on stifle.' ?traved from Condon labt winter. Return to M.O.Clarke, Condon. Wood For Sale. 200 cords of good 10 inch pine wood Inraala at thn f jlBt Valle SaWOliil. For terms call on or address. j.U. rata Lost Valley, Or. $100 Reward. THa almva Natnt m-ill luft nAIll for in formation leading to the conviction ol ... IT-. u . p..r.. ' ' -J " -1 lences or omerwiae iresipassing on our rancues in l-erry canyon BarkkB & CArfEBOS. The Fine Imported Caledonian Jack, a Pinino," Will be found dnr ing the season of 1900 at Cooke Bros' ranch 4 miles east of Con don. For particulars call on or address, W11 liam Cookk or G. O. Pap.mas, C'chdon, Oregon. LOST VALLEY. J. A. Shown, of Waldron, was In our vicinity a few daya title week. 1 Thia country ia running over with politicians and peddlers at present. Rev. O. It. Archer, of Fossil, made Lost Valley a call Monday. Mr. Elie came over from lone last week and spent a few daya gathering hla horses from this range, Samuel Wilson, ol Fossil, visited his sister, Mrs. Lars Lobeck, several days this week. Mr. Coonev. of Condon, passed through last Wednesday with bis aheep on bia way to the mountaina. Mr. J. Q. Jamleson, chief engineer of tho Southern Railroad Co., passed through Lost Valley on Tuesday of last week, looking out the route for the pro posed railroad. liiiiiis Cyclone' Threshers "Russell Engines Traction or Portable, Simple or Com pound, Wood or Straw Burners. RUSHF0RD WAGONS RAGINE BUGGIES WADE BROS. OLEX, OREGON tep. Up-to-data Stock Saddles our Spwcfalty; John F. Retsacher, Proprietor CONDON HARNESS SHOP BaHMiaiHnHHMWaHaaaaaaaBBaaaaaa HrrAcrrEB or ao Htxi-hi nl Saddles. Harriets find Saddlery Hardwire Condon, Or. Bits, Bridles. Collar Spurs, Whips, etc S. B. BARKER, DEALER ilSf GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Stockmen's Supplies a Speeialty, CONDON, OREGON- Automatic Stackers, Wind Stack ers, Horao Powers, Threshermen's Ci.nnll ft All LTInilfl. ar-WRiTE ron catalogue and prices RUSSELL & GOr, P03TLAHD, Ca F. Mi Sprlngstotr We are right in it. " Yes, we are on top" when it comes to foot goods. A nice lot ot latest style shoes for ladies and gent'.s has Just been rcculvod. These goods demand the attention of everyone desirous ol enjoying comfort, and, as our growing trade implies, will insure to the wearer a good, comfortable shoe at a moderate price. We can't be nndoraold for same quality of shoe. A Silver Opportunity. Now is the time to buy your silverware". Come and ex amine our last goods In this line. They are of beautiful doslgn and workmanship and moderate in price. Make an Ideal tea sot and are suitable to adorn any table. Call on us bofore purchasing elsewhere. MDUNN BROS. Dress Goods Lamm Bros. made to order suits Everything in Dry Goods line MAYVILLE. Politicians are numerous In this sec tion. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Johnson, of Con don, were Mayville visitors Monday. The la srinna is agalQ visiting this section and several persona are afUicted with it. ,.v Decoration day will be observed at '.hia place. A programme auitable fur the occasion will be rendered an! the graves decorated. W. R. Neal, of Arlington, democratic nominee for ounty school auperinten- dent was here the beginning of the week looking up votea for tho6uilng election. Mrs.' Druailla Anderson and daughter, of Redding, Cel., are visiting relatives w . I V. ... I. ... Uaam IlCre. JHrS. VUUUrsuu i.vauu naa uweh )OOr"anl she came here hoping the change wUj'hslp her. Wm Fforcnce Newman, who bas been I a Rrtat srtllorer irom muscniar rneuma Utrnii, Bava'Ohamberlain's Pain Balm is the onlv ri'fliedythat altorus ner reiiei. i m;.; ...,.,ian is a tnni'h resnected reai- dontt.f the village ol Gray, N.Y., and makes thia statement lor me oeneuioi others SiuiUarJy alllicted. This liniment Is for sale bv Ihe iiuason rnarumcy v. W. Croaliold, mgr. General Otis. Tl.la An atallinn l tk roit h.v. 7 vears-old, weighing 1900 lbs. Sired by Strickland's Scotch Clyde "Usurper.'' Urandaire, "Candhar'11 (Reg. No. 68fl). I f irst (lam ungnsn aran mare - onip. Second dam " Belle of Scotland" (Reg. No. 1078). For terms and dates see bills lor enquire of Kn. Cokhktt, Keeper. Uuaw.aww " ... w. - . Only 1.50 a year. " Gol. darn, it's hot!" With the approach of euinmerth.s is what we can expect, and ought - . .... . .... .. . y I to prepare for it. We have the interests 01 me citizens 01 v.ouon m ways in our mind and concluded that a cooling beverage was the one .!,:., r.,if 1 ivuintai-nrt. the pffepts of warm weather. Onr soda fountain ia now in full blast, and if you have not already tried our soft drinks come now. Hay and Grain bought and Bold. First-class Rigs always on band at very reasonable rates, A share of the public patronage is respectfully solicited. Condon, Oregon. Jackson & Dysart. Soda Drinks, lie Crtam, ML'k SAak.-s, Crackers and Candies. THE LARGEST STOCK OF JEWELRY EVER IN CONDON Ladies' Waist Seta, Necklaces, and Watches. Latest Styles in Chains and Bracelets. All Goods warranted. Prices to suit everybody. Come and see for yourself. Just received from Chicago. J. A. Rodgr SPRINGSTON & ROGERS, (Successors to T, C. Johnson.! Livery, Feed and Sale Stables Stop at The CONDON HOTEL. This popular hostelry lifts been thoroughly renovated and is now prepared to cater to the Grants of the traveling public in tm up-to-date manner. Commercial travelers, and others, desiring the comforts of a firet-clasS hotel, vrill find this house suited to their wants. m. S. A. MADDOCK, Proprietor. Fountain Tens, Looking Glasses, Pipes, etc. . P. H. Stephenson. Democrat or Republican. Rill EH ART'S RESTAURANT: Condon, - Oregon. GEO. W. RINEHART, Prop'r. , The public will find that no better accommodations can bo found iu this coantry than at this house. Meals 25c; beds 25c. HEADQUARTERS FOR TRAVELING LIEU. trlct ODlrtt M.nagcra. t,', thin' tto to ivrre I cnt me In thotr own nncl unrroundlns nountU'K I ... .. ..... ..i.....n.ii. iui.li i.iiii.it.1 nnt.rtilnlH..a. 1 ..... ..,.h.ni..u1 Vlltl.. mir.tiflilr.'NAO(l I tinniiMl cinvolovo. S. A. 1'wn, auui.'iixioii mum- It matters not which you are, an occasional dose of Dr. Pfunders Oregon Tdood Purifier will benefit you. It has cured "thousands" who had suffered for years from liver and kidney diseases, lame back and rheumatism. It will cure you if you will but try it. Money invested in Dr. Pfiuulers O. B. P. is money well spent. Get it fresh from the factory at the LEADING PHOTO DEALERS OF CILLIAM CO- CONDON DRUG GO, BARR B'LDO, CONDON. OR. E. T HOLLENBECK, (VI. E. CONSULTING ENGINEER. Estimates made on all kinds of Buildings, ifachiner'j', Water" Powers, Pumps and Pumping Plants. Repairing a Specialty, If you have anything you think past fixing, bring it to me. KEAGQUAftTERS IN THE F!X 6UIIBI'C Condon, Oregon,