Y THE C0I1D011 CLOBL
THURSDAY, AUQU8T 10. IOOO.
THE OFFICIAL PAPER OP GILLIAM
COUNTY r OREQON.
Tli (rillrtwlnir DKraoim are the
accrodi tod agents of the Glow? at
the pout ollices named. They are
authorized to receive and receipt
for subscription accounts!
w it f'ni.wri.r. ..Arlincton.
Clierlle White was In Irom Fapersack
Richard Campbell. o( near Lone Bock,
was In town Saturday.
Lon Moore la busjr frolrfhttng from Ar-
llnaloii (or Condon business honsee,
Hugh Strickland finished heading and
stacking liia grain crop last Friday.
Conii Saturday, August 11, 1000, to
the wife ol F. M. Shannon, a son,
Mis (Irace Uaiiling ha finished her
term ol eotiool atTrall Fork and returned
r. T. Ptnkham came In . from the
8lrlckland ranch Saturday and remained
W . .... 11 t.iu
f.... t... .,.,,.. livi n over Sunday
O, othor agents will be appointed, Mr. and Mr. J. K. FlUwster made a
Tndthoir names added to this list business trip to Arlington last week,
Rev. Bratnblet left Monday lor Mor
Mr, and Mra. John Thomas were up
from Oles Sunday.
Our thanks are due Frank Downor
for a boi of eiceptlonally fine fruit.
Mrs. W. J. Edwards and Mies Nettle
Anderson, of Marvllle, were In town
Monday on a shopping eipedltloo.
All of the teachers examined last week
passed and received certificates. Super
intendent Nal gives the class high
traise as a whole.
Mrs. Kargle was st'riously 111 at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Chas. Fix,
during the week, but is better and re
turned home Tuesday.
Elder Bailey and wife passed through
r i.. Ttli on their way Lome
SjUHUWIi vwmww j '
Miss I'earl FiUwater took the
. . ... II 1....A
era' eseminauon ac votnu
receiving a first grade certificate.
8am Grant Meets With Serious
Accident at Mayvllle.
Special to the out.
MavyiM'K, Ob., Aug. 18. Sam Grant,
of the firm of Orant AOoldon, thresher-
men of this place, got his right arm
caught In the bolts of the thresher this
morning and the member was ternoiy
mangled. The bones are broken and
the flesh lacerated between the eioow
and wrist. At this time it rs impossible
to learn whether the arm will be lost
or not. The machine was operating on
the Oolden ranch. '
I WIIW f!In;1o, V. O. W. of Fossil
will unveil the monument erected to
the memory of the late Maggie Key
Mrs. F. B. Stevens returned home last . the cemetery at this place neat 8un
ii.tnpiim attar ttflmllnir the teachers' .lav at Z o'clock P. M
examination as assistant examinor.
Mrs. Henry Steers, of Fossil, passed
through town last Saturday on her way
to The Dalles for medical treatment.
Mr. and Mrs. George Blake, of Rock
creek, visited Mrs. Blake's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. K. FiUwater, last Friday.
Frank Wilson has filed on a home
stead In the Ferry Canyon country.
Tha tract filed on Is known as the Con
nolly timber culture.
Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Searcy expect to
leave this week for the Oreenhorn range
Luke Mason is on the sick list this
Jack Yantls, of Fossil, was here yer
Mrs. Parker and her sister Miss
Palmer, of Fossil, visited friends here
Fred Wilson, proprietor of the sum
mit Saloon, was on the sick list the first
of the week, but Is now better.
Dr. llonlock of Heppner went through
town at 4 o'clock yesterday morning on
All lines of summer goods sold at cost
for cash at Shorte & Weir Co.'S.
Hatiis Hot and cold water, clean tow
els, only 25 cents at Condon hotel.
fihurte & Weir Co. are making low
prices for cash in all lines of goods.
When in need ofagrain drill do not
fnrirnt to see the Monitor and Buckeye
at Sbnrte & Weir Co.'e, Arlington, Or.
Have yon tried Jt? Dr. Shlek's Hair
Tonic for the scalp. For sale at the
Shnrte A Weir Co. have just received
their fall lines of Hats ami Caps, Boots
and Shoes, which they are selling at
very close margins for cash.
O. L. Neal, the well known auction
eer, will ive the strictest attention to
il hnuinoM untruitted to his care. If
you have property to sell consult hi in
Shnrte Weir Co. have the largest
supply of lace leather, leather beltings,
drapers, draper , slaw, etc., to be found
in Uilliaui county, at bed rock prices.
Dr, T. t. Nicklin, dentist, ha re
moved his office to the Stephenson
building, second floor, where he will be
fonnd ee all limes ready to attend to the
wants of those desiring "the services of a
frrst-clfiss dentist. Call and see him.
The doctor was here for a short time last
nmmer and his work speaks for itself.
All city warrants reififtered prior to
Oct. 1, 1809, will fie pnid on preuetita-
tion at mv olllce. Interest ceases aiier
June 11, 1. P- H. Btki'Hkhmon.
jny treasurer, vouuu".
AH county warrants registered prior
tr, Jatinr 1. 18i. will lie Did on pre-
sentaiion at my otllce. Interest ceases
after J one 23, iwu.
P. II. STr.pirKo,
Treasurer of Gilliam county, Oregi.n.
Dated at Condon. Ore., June 23. 1900.
t'ntffTPAl' &tf?f s ft
OrdWs fatten for Furniture
and Walt Taper not kept in
leave this week for the Ureennorn range ; profeMlooal visit
on a camping and bunting trip. B. K. '
is looking for big game the bigger the
B. P. Weir, of the firm of Shurte &
Weir. Arlington, went through town
at The Dalles. They ex pect to move to gHtur(lav on hl wgy frotnavlsit with
Southern Oregon this fall. n, family at Mayvllle, where Mr. Weir
Emmott Coonoy came In last week atill holds extensive luterests,
nnn ftrhntt was no from Rock creek
Tuesday with bis vegetable wagon mak
ing glad the hearts of Condon hungry
W. J. Stitt, Mike Dukek and James
Bamsay, well known wheat growers of
the Beecher Flat country, were in town
Notice of Teachers' Institute.
Notice Is hereby riven that the Gilliam County
T.r.i,o' InntHi will convene In Condon on
Monday, Aug. 20th, and remain In session lor
Ths taw compels all teachers holding certlH
eates ot any kind to be preaent dHrtnx the en-
Sup't Ackerman will be present part of the
time, and ire are trying 10 aecunj u pr
ot Prof, Boblnton, County School Superintend
ent of Multnomah County.
School officer are earnestly requeued to ne
preaent and) make their selections of teachers for
lbs emroliitr term, front the Institute work per
formed by each teacher, reapecUTely.
All are Invited to ue present
ft. R. Ssi,
County School Superintendent
Condon, Or., Aug. 19, 1900.
AStEI) KftVKKAL 1-EHHONH KOK bW
trlr toftlce Minm((er In thin tte to rere
uptitmeln their own unrt snrroiinolns coHntl-
WUIliiK to my yttnrly X, payable weekly. Je
Irable emiilorrnent with HimTi'tJort''nite";
u..i,,w...J .Ti.huirM. Knclow :lI-MO'ir!d
tJirniH-d envelope. S. A. frk, SiOCaxlon bulld-
O. S. EBI
largest stock in the
SODA and BOTTLING l ORKS
Vmnn fartnrer of Soda. Orange and
ChamBasfne Cider. Sarsaparflla and
Iron and all other Hoftand Carlwnated
Drinks. Condon trade Is respect
fully solicited. Orders promptly filled
. ".... .1.. namn. He , .... 01 p.t... h.M oo business Tuesday.
lorsuppiioe """f air. sua air. v""- - - -
. i it,, innntjitiia r.. ...l-rt, .i,.iu Taw nnntnra was the nopuiar man
reports pieniy 01 jraw returneu irom cniuwf., .u.w , , . ------- - -
,nd Uls sheep looking fine. have lieeo for several weeks. Clarence Tuesday. He dispensed ripe tomatoes
All that is needed to make tillH.ni hll,e eharge of the barber shop 10 nis en.r. , .... " "
county one of the best farming actions during his brother's absence In the backward in declaring that the, were
In Eastern Oregon Is a railroad on which mountains. all right. .
to haul off ths big grain crops. l. W. Hartman has secured the job Attention is called to Lord A Co s aa
Mis. Iuell Maddock will leave soon of boliding a residence for Grant Wade in U.I. tssaa. This r one of h largest
forTortland, where she will visit the 0,oi. It will be a modern dwelling, and most reliable firm'"n"r
leading il lnor, establishments and 2UZ, two stories high. Mr. H.rtm.n gon and our reader will gain by keep-
at-lect bcr fall stock which, she says, w,n commence worn on uie job "-a ""'"
will be the best ever brought to Condon. September 15. Married.
Frank Browo and Ouy Boyd eipect An error sppesred In our last issue . weddinn was solemnised "at
to go Into Wheeler county next week to 0 tht mention of the Uachers' examiiia- ' gunday evening at the rest-
boy horses and mules lor army purp... uon. m naming v ..u , , u tbe WI1,
4 Tb;, will buy unbroke horn. and break er, tb, name 0f Miss Susie ttev.nD JJ J Mr. c. 8. l'almer
Manufacturer ef and Dtaltr in Harness and SaddUs
CFine Stock Saddles a Specialty-
We Guarantee Our Prices lo Ttease
and Our It ork to Give Satisfaction
Call when in The Dalles or write for prices and information.
iThe Dalles, Oregon.
them before disposing of them to tbe
govern me nt. "
Mr. HarUhorn, of Iowa, arrived last
.n.t taiha iriiiwt of Mr. and Mrs.
llawes, of Ferry Canyon. Mr. Harts
horn Is here to look over the country
. .I., tn moving his family here
to make a permanent borne.
Mont Ward sold five head of males
one day last week to a Walla Walla
buyer at prices ranging irom sou to tiu.
The bunch brought 435. Cooke Bros,
also sold two head ot molea to the same
buyer, bnt ws did not learn at what
anneared where it should
Mrs. F. I). Stevens.
R. II. Benedict, of Portland, and W.
M. Laughton, of Arlington, were in
town Friday night on a business trip.
Mr. Benedict holds a responstoit posi
tion with Balfour, Guthrie A Co., and
Mr. Laoghton is book-keeper in that
Arm's Arlington bouse.
Auctioneer George JJeale was at Fos
sil Saturday selling the propeity of the
late John W. Brown. Work horses sold
at from T0 to $85 ; a saddle pony brought
126. Household goods sold well, and
evervthina brought spot cash. Tbe sale
..l. in.. t,.inr AUiert. James amounted to about 1800.
unn ivii i , ,
Cameron. Miss Mary Maddock, bcr sister u. K. Searcy delivered two milch cows,
' .. Si ... I . - S! TLh.
reao . . mu.
tha .tnnwn narwr. auu an.. v..
Stevens. The nuptial knot was
Jiulffe Ueoree L. Neal In bis
fnl manner In the Dresence
i..aa friends of the parties. Delicious
refreshments were served Immediately
after the ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. I'almer left early Mon
day morning for the mountains, where
they will spend their honeymoon. Tbe
Globs estends best wiattes
P. H. Stephenson,
01 re. v
was tied by TV T
most grace- I I I '?
a ot a few -
"Through the monthe of June and
July our haby was teething and took
rouningoffof the bosjels and sickness
of the stomach." saysO. V. M. llolliday.
of Iteming, Ind. "His bowtls would
move from five to eiRht times a day. I
tin. I a bottle Ol tJliauiiwriiiiu o vu,.i.,
Maitiie. Miss Bo le Wilson aim ' I with calves, to J. i. ruswawr u..- Iiaa a w V " wmLw in t
Kecle, visiWd Mrs. Uues.,1 on -ty o(,a.t week, for which he l"""
.... . n i-.. ri..H u,u..W In hiirh I rui ' Ti.f. n,lA. Mutn head of fresh
Trail rora runuay. uj tw. "
praise of the excellent dinner Mis. Rue- cows Mr. Searcy has sold this summer
sell sot for them. ' st fancy prices, and be has some loft at
W. L. Wilcos increased bis popularity home which he values at 1100 each.
'. ,, . i... ci..i., im tii k liiir n i? atri,.kiin. iha a-ell-known ranch-
as a lauies man d..j -j . i . -
a hack load ot his lady friends out to 6r and stockman of Hock creek, was In
... the .team thresher and a header In ig.g Saturday. Mr. Strlcklin lately re-
operation. Stevenson's thresher aim
Mont Ward's header were visited, and
the ladies all voted "Coey" the nicest
man in town.
Mrs. P. 8. Brown and Mrs. D. B.
Trimble loft Monday evening lor Cus
tomed from Pendleton, where he dis
posed of 14 head of work horses at good
He savs any 1200 pound horse,
broke to work, will readily bring 100 In
that locality. The heading in bis neigh
borhood is nearly finished and tnresn-
Trlmu e ion wonaay . , ..,.j.
.7 , ? .rnM to a tele- Ing will soon be the order of the day.
phone message announcing the danger- J. o. Stevenson's new Russell thresher
ous illness of their mother, Mrs. Scott, outfit arrived from Arlington Thursday
Sbe is quite sged, apd at the time tbe evening and started on the first job on
message was sent she was not es peeled J, H. Downlng's ranch, one mile north
tolive of town, Saturday. The machine is
Cooks Bros new steam thresher is pronounced a "daisy" by those i w rfao
makin afine record as a speedy ma- have seen It run, and is doing good work
S Z oZ Lade flatting, esceptthat the engine Is J loo light for
chine, me ouvu. . . .h- v(l.k. Th . defect will bo reined!-
nd ttiresneu vvt sac w.. , - -
!":.:I!,i0 n W.Cooke is manager ed with a heavier engine In a few day.
UII mwn.'j, i
ai i. ..flt and ha knows bow to make however.
i. ft 1. nneratlnir on tha ridgO
. . . . " .1.1. nim It HalDed Win Battles.
w,lWBen T...ni. rtWa and men wrote
Tom l'ortwood eipeeU to occupy tne hm the'Frollt to that for Scratches
1..11.K.. ., Inka vanated liv the Con- k...i .... vUnnn.U Rnrn Feet and
tlon Drug Co., bis pteaent quarters be- stiff Joints, Buckler.'! Arnica Salve is
ng"i; small'to accommodate the large thebe.t In the wo.d Same or 1 nrn.
atock be has ordered. Mr. Tortwood Sod b Condon
i .a.a . nr...laa harness macnine t
1H. UIUWi. m ' - "
and WU1 soon- be prepared to turn oot
anything In the harness and saddle line. A True Snako Story
T. J. Moffott, of Clackamal county, cond0n has never been a good field
w ho was formerly engaged In the atock (or ,nake ltQri0.) tnd the Gtoes's snake
i.natneas In Sherman county, was nara IUo. h, had pretty much of a sinecure
cri.iav lnnklno after his real estate lTi.ta hnwever. the silence la
house and gave him four d'ops in a tea
. . . . i i. i.it., . ,
viwittim ill water auu u.
once. 8 jld by The Hudson Pharmacy
C. W. Crosfleld, mgr.
Ordinance of Baptism.
The ordinance of baptism was ad
Htered at Thirtvmile last Sunday by
Elders Moore and Goodwin 'of the Latter
Day Saint's church to sis persons, one
adult and five children, aa follows:
Mrs. Frank Beesotn.of Mayville; Gomer
C. llawes, of Ferry Canyon, and Floyd,
Pharliaand Maud Moore, of Condon.
Confirmation services will be held at the
Saints' church next Sunday at 11 a. m.
Jo Harbin, the blacksmith, has been Are
. . . . i
..(.,.. I.I. natnnt arairon mc I lately
and now thinks he ha. it perfected. He
has been at great expense periecuuK iue
appliance but is now In a fair way to
make a good thing outoi it, air. uaruin
is not only a first-class Diacssmuu auu
-.rnnmaker. but is a practical ma-
chlncst aa well, ol which fact the ma
chine operators in this locality are wen
Interests In this county. Mr. Mofiett
also owns real estate In Sherman county
and be says wheat land In that county Is
now worth from 110 to fao Pr ar.
This is what a railroad does to the price
of land In a wheat country.
The Initial number of the Long Creek
Ranger is on our table. It is a neat
at fnllimn folio, edited and published
bv Charles A. Coe. and Is designed to
like the nlace of the Blue Mountain
Eagle, which has lately romoveu to
Canyon City. We wish Brother Coe all
the good things whleh usually drill Into
the .anotuiu of a country eauor, nu
that the range may be groon and luxuri
ant all the year around for the Ranger.
W. Paulina returnod last Saturday
pm a trip to Portland and the Coast.
la went down as far as ort t anoy,
......- hi. nartnnr. Cant. Whistler, has
charge of the work of floating the wreck
ed lightship which went ashore there
several months ago, ol wntcn wora vrou
A Zwicker have the contract. The cap
tain Is getting along nicely with the
work, which la a difficult b, and sent
regards to his Condon friends. Herman
him.Aif looks fuller and says he fools
mnuh bettor for his brief sniff of sea
In Time of Peace
Prepare for War.
Now ia the time for the
farmers to prepare for the
next year's crop.
It is generally conceded
by the best farmers that
the proper way to sow
grain is with a drill.
We are agents for latest
improved McSherry Grain
Drills, Disc and Hoe, and
have quite a number on
hand. Do not buy a drill
till you inspect the Mc
Sherrv the best of all.
CALL AT THE
FOR FINEST BRANDS OF WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS
FINE BILLIARD AND FOOL TABLE IN CONNECTION.
For sale by
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"My baby was terribly sick with the
diarrhoea,'' says J. H. !). WH
llama, Urefton. "
..... u'iih th doc-tor's assistance.
UUI. ...w. " . . . - l
....i . ...t roanrt ir tried U fl sin iwr-I
liu no ...... ........ - .
Iain's Colic, Cholera ana inamioea
Remedy. 1 am happy to say u gave
immediate reliel and a complete cure. J
for sale by The unuson rnartu v.
W. Crosfleld, mgr.
Dealers in General Merchandise.
'This popular hostelry has been
thoroughly renovated and is now
prepared to cater to the, wants of
the traveling public in an up-to
Commercial travelers, and others,
desiring the comforts of a first-clasB
hotel, will End this house suited to
broken. While Mrs. F. M. Sprlngston
aalnakinsoutof her window last Pat
nrdav she espied a bin rattler in Uie act
of crawling np on the side of thecellar,
where, It is snpposea, nissnaaeBuip
going to ".an himself." The lady, con
trary to all precedent, neither screamed
uor fainted, but arming nerseu wun a
club she declared war on rattlers and
inr.ro! tha Herman Kmnoror's advice
tn hi aoldlers to take no prisoners and
ulve no Quarter. The snake wa .peedily
dispatched and wa. found to be a big
fnllow with four rattles and a button.
It la the first rattler ever killed in tbe
No Capital Necessary to sell
Our Teas, Cofrees and Spices.
In every City and Town in the States
of Oregon and Washington outstiie oi
iwtiatwl Ladies or vounir men who
have two or throe hours per day to spare
will find selling our Teas, Coffees and
Spices pleasant work and they can make
big money ior memseives. nnu mi
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UREAT EASTERN TEA COMPANY,
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Largest distributors of Teas, Coffees and
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in Bucccuiiful operation.
The cheapest and most
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OF PORTLAND, OR.
ICE CREAM, MILK SHAKE,
SODA DRINKS OF ALL KINDS,
EXPORT AND GEN. STEEDMAN CIGARS,
BEST 5CT. SMOKe III TOWN.
at ilAliRSUN EL UYdAtfl d ' t dnery.
INTERIOR WAREHOUSE CO.,
(BALFOUR GUTHRIE St CO, Managers.)
u!u Driroe Pair! inr firAin.
General warehouse Business yunuutwu.
Warehouses at ARLINGTON, BLALOCK, DOUGLAS and IPSE.
MRS. S. A. MADDOCK, Proprietoh.
Condon, - Oregon.
GEO. W. RINEHART, PropV.
The public will find that no better accommodations can be
found iu this country than at this house. Meals 2oc; bedsioc.
HEADQUARTERS FOR TRAVELIHC MEN,
H. . HINDMCKS. SOWKl.
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ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
rmsT buiwino witstor row ornca, condon.
rilWTBOOB HOKTH or STKIWBB'S SBKK, rOKSltl
rnrefnl nlU-ntlon to U-pil hmHirss in (illli.nm
nU Whwlcr countlvs. A Notary tu oui'h otlice.
S. W. VOGEL
Spoolallat foi" Refraction and
Defects of the Eye,
Will Visit Condon Every Three Months.
Watch local Column tor Patem
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supplied. We keep tham in stock. Our Varnishes and Oils
are the finest goods obtainable.
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