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Ti!E COMOOll GLOBE
"HUPSDAY, JANUARY 17. 1001. NOTICE, The uxor. i:ivS eomvpomfrne from sll Uonsof ililin ronntr. tomnkt thlf rr tl.e Wdlnic, mews nWmi the hii nl ipvlte our lrteml l"nni hy svtu.h.g 1:1 tli nw f Vhvlr rwwe tv i'ii'!'U'rfK".ii. t'trtvjcn'V,ne must H(-m-1 fcv tie wrrltiT. t m-wwwl! ferpHre liMi.li.n.Swt vlitpm-n! j6o.i txtift,nd tlivtililor M:mm uo mrAttiMiitiit kr pin Ion. xi ioeU bJ corrwiiomivnts. THE OFFICIAL PAPER. The Globe has again been desig- rated by the county court as ihe . . J . . I ouiciai jiafjur ui viuuam vvjuiuj. The law requires the county court to design ate the paper having the largest circulation in the county as the official paper and it is a signifi cant fact that the Globe has al ways enjoyed that distinction. Advertisers who desire a tonide circulation and a medium which reaches One people should make a note of this. Another feature which should commend the Globe to all persons who are looking for the best adver tising medium is that it goes only to people who want it It is forced on no one and therefore has a larger percentage of friends among its readers than any paper can have which forces undesired atten tions upon a long suffering public. . If you want the best service ad vertise in the Globe. -THF RAILROAD QUESTION. In another column will be found a communication under the caption "A Railroad Suggestion" in which a correspondent sets forth his views a8 to the best method for securing a railroad in Gilliam county. His plan is to donate the right-of-way, terminal grounds Etc. and $150,000 in cash and work to the 0. R. & N. or some other company to induce them to build the road on the ground that a road built by the people would not be a success. The reason given is that "Every body would want to have a share in telling how to run and manage it while nobody could be found who would be willing to take the responsibility of running and mak ing a success of it for the reason that they would not know how." In this country it haR always been considered a wise policy for everybody to want to have a share in telling how to run and manage the government of the country and if they are wise enough to have a voice in a matter of such magni tude why are they not wise enough to have a say in the management of a 40 mile railroad. If the position of our correspond ent, that nobody in the county knows how to manage a railroad is well taken, how about the dairy ing industry which he recommends? Successful dairying on a large A Prominent Chicago Woman Speaks Prof. Roxa Tyler, of Chicago, Vice- President Illinois Woman's Alliance, in speaking of Chamberlain's Cougb Rem edy, says: "I suffered with a severe cold this winter which threatened to run into pnenmooia. I tried different rem edies bnt I seemed to grow worse and the medicine upset my stomach. A friend advised me to try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and I f ootid it was pleas ant to take and it relieved me at once. I.ani now entirely recovered, saved a doctor's bill, time and suffering, and I wil! never be without this splendid med icine again." For sale by The Hudson Pharmacy C. VV. Crosfield, mgr. SPECIAL REDUCTIONS flH ALL PRICE HO OBJECT. WE CANNOT AFFORD TO CARRY THEM OYER ON ACCOUNT OF ROOM. Flannel Overshirts....... 75 SI. 00 Sweaters, Cotton,.. CQ OK All wool $1 00 " Men's Arctic Socks AO T ,. , rT . OK Boy's knee pant?, all wool and Ladies' Underwear . . .. . ' nr . mixed worth eOc, 75, $1 00. . . Q Ladies' Mittens O T ,. , . . . , . rn Toweling, heavy weight, good Woollen Underwear, suit I. OU quality per yard 5i cts Fleece Lined " 75, 90 Boy's suits-All latest styles Children's, same, per garment, 0 and patterns. Good quality.. 50 Boy's " 25 WraPpers, Percale and Flan- Macintoshes, rubber lined, nelette 50 guaranteed water proof...... 2 50 MEN'S SUITS. Worsted, latest styles, $5.00. Heavy all wool chevoits, $7.50. Serge, Clay Worst ed and Silk Mixtures guaranteed to be all wool and at prices in proportion. SKIRTS, WAISTS, UNDERSKIRTS. SHOES ETC. BKIETt? Cashmere, Alpaca, Serge, Crepon, Worsted, Plaids Latest styles $1 up, WAISTS Flannel, Freuch Flannel and better qualities, 50c and np. UNPEttSKIRTS Sateen and Silkoline, fine colors and patterns, 50c and up, CORSETS 50c. STOCKLNGS-Cottun 10c., Wool 20o. Lined Gloves 50c. We also pay highest prices for HIDES, PELTS AND FURS. :ii E'JIIOINS, LOWER MAIM STREET scale wonld undoubtedly call for creameries and cheese factories and there is probably not a man in the county who knows how to manage successfully euch an institution. It would perhaps be necessary to bring in men who are schooled in that particular industry to make it successful as would doubtless be th case in the railroad proposition. The Gi-obb docs hot oppose any kind of a road which may be built iuto ths interior of Gilliam county bnt it is still of the opinion that a , , . ; , road owned, controlled ana operat- ed by the people of the county would bs of more advantage to the producer than the same road own ed and operated by outside capital. MAYV1LLE, Kya Sen had to close their flour mill this rek on account of having run outot wood, the roals to the timber being; o had that wood hauling had to bo postponed. , Miss France Parsons commenced a three months' term of private school here Monday, The Odd Fellows had pnblic installa tion of officers and a banquet last Satur day night. E. P. Weir went to Arlington Snnday to look after his interests there. ,1). W. Ralston and E. A. Stinchfleld expect to go to Grant county soon to buy cattle. R. E. Graham, of the John Pay, was up Sunday. There is to be an entertainment Riven in the Greiner district Friday, Jan. 25, for the benefit of the Catholic church, All are cordially invited. Woo. Keys, Sr., is very poorly, hav ing been confined to bis borne for three weeks or more. A pleasant party was given at Pant Greiner'sa few evenings ago., Whist, parlor games and dancing were the amusements of the evening. Beat Out of an Increase 4 Pension. of His A Mexican war veteran and prominent editor writes: -"Seeing the advertise ment of Chamberlain's Colic, "Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I am reminded that as a soldier in Mexico in 47 and '48 I contracted Mexican diarrhoea and this remedy has kept me from getting an in crease in my pension, for on every re newal a dose of it restores me." It is uneqnaled as a quick cure for diarrhoea and is pleasant and safe to take. For sale by The Hudson Pharmacy. C. W. Crosfield, mgr. County Court Proceedings. January term, 1901. LAW. Joseph Carlson. naUro of Finland, admitted to lull citizenship. In the matter of the application of Henry Rex Pigg to change hii name Notice ordered pub lished. PROBATE. In the matter of the estate of Samuel Slater, deceased No objections being made to final report, it was continued to March term. COMMISSIONERS' COTJKT. In the matter of the petition of A. L. Duthie et al for a county road No. 115 Road ordered open ed. In the matter of the petition of M. O. Miller et a for a county road No. 117 Howard Propst, R. K. Wilson and Jis. A. Klscr appointed view era, and L. W. Darling surveyor, to meet Feb. 25, 1901, at 9 O'clock A. If. In the matter of the application of A. J. Coch ran for a rebate on, taxes on account of wide tire wagons Continued; petition not definite. In the matter of the petition of 8. V. Moore et al for a county road No. 109 Road ordered open ed upon payment of damages $60 by petitioners and MO by cjunty. A Mother's Favorite. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the mother's favorite. It is pleasant and safe for children to take and always cures. It is intended especially for coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough and js the beet medicine made for these diseases. There is not the least danger in giving it to children, for it contains no opium or other injurious drng and may be given as continently to a babe as to an adult. For sale by The Hndson Pharmacy C. W. Crosfield, mgr. OPPOSITE HENSHAW'S 8TCSE. It tha matter of th Tax l evy t l.W-Sohol levy fiXM at i mills; road Wy. Rifi;; coyor bounty Wvy fixed at 1 HU alt property exwpt on W valuation of sbwy: levy OK ), one cent pet head. Arter fotUne amountof t levy the clerk is to tnwrt State U-vy and county levy, wld County Levy to In will make the total levy for all i'tinwo;N wills. In the math of ttrwtng JT tor lh yoar IWl list drawn. In the niattor o( viiolntmnt lf f1 Prtn-temlcutt-. M. MeOilvray appointed tHpc"' temlent of toad districts No. U,W ! A. S. R!e appointed superintendent of road district Noe. 2, S, 4, 7 aud . In the matu-r of the application of W. I. Fletcher et al for a liquor license in Rock ereck precluct Defeated by remonstrance. In the matter of the thure In Condou sud Maine? votln prwluct-Chns granted, let ting J. F. Cooke and H. U Foopst Into Condou precinct In the matter et the connty official newspaper Condon Globs designated as otttutal uewe- Ipr. In the matter of iwd supervisor In road dlst No. -V. C. Taylor removed and O. V. Marvel appointed. Cl.AlXS AU.OWKO. F M Shannon, appraiser of damages road Ko. 109 1 8 TO John A Stitt, same 3 00 SAD Hurt, 'same SOD W 0 Keys. N. F registering electors spring of 1900 SCO W K Neat. saL sc VI aupL and stamps . . 86 S4 R R Hanktna, Juror, Inquest W m. Jones. . 1 00 Geo. S Leonard, same 1 00 Wm. Irvine, same 1 00 W Williams, same I CO Arthur Wheelhoase, same 100 W I Fleteher, sanw 1 00 J A Pound, special constable. Inquest W'm. Jonea... 100 A H Rucdy, coroner's tee same 6 75 S A Fattleon, publishing for connty XI SO A L Duthie, chaining Co. road No. 115. . . . 3 00 8 St VanClcave, same 3 00 Sam McOilvray, viewer same toad 300 James Ramsay, same 3 00 Chas. Lillie, same 2 00 L W Darling, surveying same 8 00 Bpriuston & Roger, teaming for Co 5 00 O L Scale, J. P., canvassing election ret's 8 00 Geo. T Angeil, J. P., same 3 00 G L Ncale, J. P., drawing Justice Jury list S 00 W C Caldwell, asst. same 1 W A Darling, tame I SO Win. Fraxer, serving subpoena L 0 Rals ton 80 A H Ruedy , ex. Fred Henael, insane 1 00 Armory Hall Co., rent of ball circuit er't. SO 00 Bancroft-Whitney Co, Vol 96 Oregon Re ports 825 Glass 4 Prudhomme, books and printing 67 96 Ed McConnell, wood for Co 27 50 Irwia-Hodson Co., book of receipts tor Co Treas 12 00 Austiu A Western Co., road mch'o extras 16 00 Arlington Record, publishing ... 12 00 John II Knox, con. fee state vs Strickland 17 90 Weekly Times, printing and publishing . 13 75 J A Klser, room rent F P Parker, infirm. . 4 00 R M Johnson, sal. st'k inspt'r Nov-Dcc... S3 34 W L Wilcox, board of prisoner 60 00 W A Darling, glass, and repairing jail windows 250 H N Fratvr, cash paid out for Co 11 05 Grant Co., care of P A Newton .. 157 45 P H Stephenson, treasurer! salary 66 66 Chas. Robertson, repairing clock 2 00 H H Little, care of Potter 9 00 Hotel Grande, care of Potter 7 55 CLAIMS COSTtSVED. Sterling Stajrgs, care of Peter French 16 60 Wheeler Co., expense ou C W Davis 205 00 The claim of A J Walker for fixing booth in Mayviile precinct (11.50) was not allowed. Railroad Suggestion. Editor Globe: As the question of securing a railroad is at present interesting the people of Gillieia county, I ask space in your valu able paper to make a suggestion as to the best method of securing it. My suggestion is this: Appoint two com mittees at the nest meeting of the rail road committee, the first committee to make a thoroogb canvass of the country through which the proposed road would pass and find out how many would sign a contract agreeing to donate the land fur the main line and sidings in case the road should pass through their land, and in addition bow much each would agree to donate either in moneytor work, and canvass the rest of the county and find out how much each man would donate either in money or work ; the second committee to be composed of two busi ness men from each town in Gilliam and Wheeler counties to canvass the business men of their counties and as certain how much money each will do nate, and to call mass meetings iu their respective towns for the purpose of se curing money and work and the land required for terminals, sidings and depot purposes; the two committees to se cure in addition to the right of way $150,000 in money and work. Some men will probably say that this is giving too much, and to those of them who are farmers I will say that you are not only securing a cheaper and better method of disposing of your grain, but will also have the value of your land doubled and you will also save the expense that you are put to annually for extra men and teams to run your large wagon trains, and the sum you expend for new wagons and harness and the expense of keeping tbem in repair could be invested in' bogs or cattle and would add to your income without inter fering with your farming. And to those who are stockmen I will say that it will not only give you a market for your surplus hay, but would permit you to engage in dairying and diversified farm ing, for which the soil and climate of Gilliam county is well adapted as any other section in the state. The two above named committees after thoroughly canvassing the territory interested should meet and appoint a committee to offer the $150,000 and the right of way as a bonus to the O. R. & N. Co. or some other responsible railroad company to construct and operate a rail road through Gilliam county. A road built in this way would be a success, while if it is built by the county every body will want to have a say as to how to run and manage it; but nobody could be found who would be willing to take the responsibility of running and mak ing a success of it, for the reason that they would not know how, and it -vonld prove a failure sooner or later like all other community enterprises. Let everybody donate their energies to securing the right of way and a bonus, and the railroad is assured. Progress. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druBglsU rotund tbe money If it falls to etiro. K. W. Grove's (signature Is oa each .box. 25c To the Consumers of Gilliam County: We desiro to state that e ate determined to reduce our Urge stock of piods and for the next 1H) days will make great reductions in all lines fur cah, lty referring to your local' papers you frequently note the ad. of Interior merchants who, with conepictoua signs, say: "We sell at Arlington prices." Is this not evidence that the Arlington- merchants must Wad in low prices or there wonld be no need for such statements? tteiore pur chasing you' tall supplies or the smaller bills get prices from u. In agricultural Implements we have the favorite Monitor Drills subject to four attachments, vis, hoe, disc, press wheels or shoe. The Oliver and Flying Dutchman I'lowi are hard lo beat for good clean work, durability amd lightness of draft. It is no longer an ei pertinent to buy a Tain or Btoughten wagon, as they have but few if any competitors when strength and llght-runulng qualities are considered. If yon anticipate treating yourself to a now buggy or hack do not pur chase until onr new carload of the old reliable lUclue rigs reach us, which will be here in September, YYheu in need of a chop mill,- hay press, windmill, sewing machine, or any kind of machinery used on the farm, write as for prices and we will treat you right. jy Address all communications to the SHURTE & Arlington : ARLINGTON SALOON, JEAII LABOUS, PROP. FINE WINES, LIQUORS and CHOICE CIGARS. BILLIARD and TOOL TABLES. FIRST-CLASS GOODS OUR PRIDE. FRESH, COOL MILWAUKEE KEG BEER o.s Draught Main St., Condon, Oregon ffmtiTmnmfmfifT HEADQUARTERS FOR HUiH GRADE " WET" GOODS. THE "MODEL." A Quiet Resort., KINK WHISKIES. OLYMPIA BEER. FANCY MIXED DRINKS. Lower Charles Fix, Prop.. UUlUllilUtUUUUii Main street VICTOR Manufacturer cf and Dealer in Harness and Saddles Fine Stoclc Saddles a Specialty- U e Guarantee Our Prices to Please and Our If ork to Give Satisaction Call when in The Dalles or write for prices and information. The Dalls, Oregon. a s. PALMER, flrtistit; Barber. Sleek Shaves and Hair-cuts. Razors honed and re-ground. CONDON OREGON. NEWEST AND LATEST STYLES IN HAIR ORNAMENTS AND NECK WEAR Samples of the Latest Designs in Dres$ 5riTTi9?s. Latest Styles in Uii?ter J4at5 LOUELLA MADDOCX. First door west of Stephenson's store, Spring street. CONDON ::::::: OREGON This signature la on every box of tb. genuine Laxative Bromo-Quioine Tablet. tb. remedy that enrea a cold la one day vi. it DR. JORDAN'S qrkat MUSEUM OF ANATCUY lOBt MARKET ST., SAN FRANCISCO, CAL ( IMtwwa llstk u4 Bmuk.) TritUirfMt Anatomical Uossum in iu. wort. ' OrtmUH mltrnctUm in Ox CUlk . Wonttrfvl itahtor vititart. ddlSMM.M0itiT.l7car.dbr I h oldwt Bpec-Ulliiton Mis Puis 1 vom jswaDasoM ss wars. DR. JORDAN PRIVATE DISEASES TcsiaV mmm sn anld.l. I 4 aa.a wn. .r. aio.rln from lbs strMta youthful lnH. I or.Uo.. or ncam In mslur.r ' 'Mrs, Hsnrous o , ta.r. Ls.1 II od .krslMl l.MIltr. . . Sta.y, Ims Mak4 la.lllUeotnpJI I cations; .rBstrrham, PrMSwter. ' , .rttM, rr.41.aajr ' I Criaailac, mtm. a combination of t rsmediaa. a sr.ttt &t!v powr, Hi Doctor I Iim so arra.Baa4 hu Iraatm.nt that U lu mi , ' oaljr afford Tmattdiat. Mllei, biit ttroaneot ( ) our.. Tli Dootor 4ps .lahn to P.rforui ' I mlraclaa. bnt Is wall Snawn to b. a fair and I 1 fl'''4 iTiTaldan ad 0urtfon, nriKSmlii.nt I m ui. appoiail WIHM.I al JI.II. I 1 rrBII,H tharerifhly jmdloatad from I uw vmn mnMi at SMor.rariF. i r? toi aplar. nlckri radical 1 fursfor Pit.., risaaw lanla,ta ' If. Jardaa's spaalal patalaas m.thoda. . BTCBT MAW annlrtDCtosswlU ramlva t irauw nttafl hr .a iwwirt. staallMl ' 1 aw notMA oihntm el Ha cruT'r '1. w tvUI tiuarwnlf a rOSIllYM I !CU3Mn niery $32 nsnltatlon Fit KM n4trtoi! PnrtSk 'Jt A ma Ira uSr ttCAknKATll.B. -iTtaimiilp.rsnr Or r ittr. Writa I... nk VUlfJHIlFIlT Al ' IHRRIlOE. 1iii.rn Viu (a. valnahia i book 101 ma.) 01 wn 0a JORDAN ft CO., 1001 Mtrkst 8L. 1. 1. firm at the old James W. Smith store. WEIR CO. : : Oregon. BOWLING ALLEY A0 , TOOL TABLES IS CONNECTION. Condon, Oregon. MARDBN Treasurer's Notice. All connty warrants registered prio to July 1, IBM), will bo raid npon pre Bontation at my odlcb. Interest ceases after January 5, 1001. P. II. Stepiienkon. Treasurer of Gilliam connty, Oregon. Dated at Condon, Ore., Jan. 7, llKII. Treasurer's Notice. All city warrants registered prior to June 25, 1W0, will be paid on preHenta tinn at mv office. Interest censes after Dec. 4. 1900. P. H. STEniENHou, City Treasurer, Condon JJ)R. J. F. GULLETTK, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office Main Street Condon, Oregen. F. WOOD, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Will be foanrl for theprosont at Dr. Gullet to office, Main street- R. J, PALMER, Practical Blacksmith and Horse-shoer Satisfaction Assured Give me a Trial. At the Old Clark Stand Condon, Oregon QB. T. L. NICKLIN DENTIST Office over P. II. Stephenson's store. CONDON OREGON NOTICE TO CREDITORS, In the County Court ol the State of Oregon for Gilliam County. In the matter of the Estate of August Seckamp deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, ad minlstrator of the estate of August Beekamp, do ceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against, the said deceased, to present them with the proper vouchors, within six months of the date of this notice, to the said administrator, at tbe office of his attorney Bam. E. Van Vactor, the same being tbe place for the transaction of the business of said estate, In Con don, Gilliam County, Oregon, ItOBKBT 8F.EKa.MP. Administrator of the estato of August Beekamp, deceased. Dated this 13 duy of December, 1000. . ADMINISTRATOR S NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given fn the matter of the estate of James Nixon, deceased, that the under signed has been duly appointed administrator of the estate of said decedent. Ail persons having claims against said entitle should present tho same to me at my residence near Mayvlllo, Ore gon, within six months from tbe data of tho first publication of this notice. Mayviile, Oregon, c. 1. Qcinn, Isovember ifci, 1900. 1 Administrator of the estate of James Nixon, dec. FALL AND WINTER GOODS W wlsb toaibonncoto our friend Winter stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Sng Goods and Shoes l now arriving than ever before. We also have complete Superior Hoe and Disc Drills, Superior Seeders, Canton Plows and Studebaker Hacks, Wagons and 3 ALL GOODS MARKED Whon in Arlington make our store your headquarters. There's room for all ami bargains for all and the latch string is al ways out. LORD & CO. Arlington, Oregon. Stye Qprdor; Ban? CaDi JOrS MEALS SERVED pirst-elass Your Patronage Is Solloltod. GO AND SEE AL. HEHSHAW. Who keeps a fine line of Stoves, Ranges, Linolenm, Bedding, Springs, ValiHes, Ilardwawe, Gloves, Cutlery, Flower Pots, Jar Rubbers Etc. PORTWOOD'S LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE. SFECIAL ATTENTION TO DRUMMERS' TRADE. FIRST-CLASS RIGS AND CAREFUL DRIVERS, J. J. PORTWOOD, Proprietor. Condon, Or. Corner Spring and Church sts. I MAKE A SPECIALTY OF FINE STOCK SADDLES. I make and sell everything in the Harness and Saddle line including Chaps, Spurs, Bridles, Halters, Horse Cov ers, -Feed Bags Etc. Call and see me. TOIL PAPERING AND PAINTING. Fall linu of latest Wall Paper. Estimates on work and material furnished on short notice Gail and see my samples. W. A. DARLING. NOW ARRIVING and patrons that our Fall and Clothing, Underwear, Furnish and li larger'and better selected linos of . Buggies. IH PLAIN FIGURES K- Otel ofttyeQty. AT ALL HOURS CiUry at treasonable late SPRINGSTON & ROGERS. Any Stylo You Want. Plain or Flower Stamped. All Strong Built and First-clasa as to Stock and Workmanship. I'm after the Trade and I'm got ting it Because Honest Work and Fair Trices Cut Ice in Condon 0RTW00D H. W. HARTMAN. Carpenter and Builder. Scroll JJor a Specialty. Plana and Estimates Furnished Condon : : Oregon.