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THUft'SDAV. r, I90U Thf irltvi pnin.pnwVnr from alt . lion.tH tl!tnm nHnty. He tm to umbo -tc tli KmtitiK mwa BiMiMW ol the MitMi y b1 1m Uv Mr irk'tul o mtN in br in in t'i tw uw of thvH- rr"i' tv l Htfht-irhiwl. titm-vtwixtttMre mnat Ix iir-mt ! ilir wrltf!"' " MmaMarilV Srj.nH iKviinn. l-it mii!Wtf .wi fkNH; unit ttiurOit-T iik mMattustliUtt Nrttpint J07JX MARSHALL DAY, On Monday of this week was celebrated the one hundredth anni Temry of the appointment of John Marshall as chief justice f the '.iprera-5 court of t be United States. The day was observed in every Ktate in the Union, and members of the bar, public men, school chil dren and private citizens united in doing honor to this greatest of American jurists. John Marshall, who was a self made man, enjoyed but few educa-i tiona! advantages in his youth, but his indomitable will and persever ance overcame all obstacles, and after serving his country in its long and bloody revolutionary struggle he found himself a few years later called upon to fill the highest judi cial position in the land. His work was to blaze the trail in judicial jurocedure in so far as it related to construing the constitution of the United States, which was then a new and untried thing in the sci ence of government, and with no precedent but bis innate sense of justice, with no guide but bis own well balanced and thoroughly train ed mind he undertook the work and, one hundred years later, a great nation unites in declaring that he did hi work. well. Honor to his memory. TOO MANY LAWS. And now a few Portland barbers are asking the Legislature to pass a law compelling all barber shops to remain closed on Sundavs. If this is not class legislation what is it? Why not include all other lines of business in the law and be Ione with it, or better still, why not enforce what Sunday laws we now have before encumbering the statute books with another law which will only be made to be broken? So long as stores, saloons, print shops, street car lines, livery ftables, railroad companies and legislative lobbies continue to do business on Sunday in utter dis regard of existing laws why pass special e legislation to protect the barbers? .The fact is that the more Jaws we have -and break the less respect the people will have for all law. "' -l- The Canadian government has decided to purchase all the tele graph systems of that country, to consolidate them, increase them enormously and operate them in connection with the post office de partment Truly, "the world do move." We would respectfully suggest that the Portland Telegram secure some new cuts to represent the Salem legislators. That one which they have been using lately to rep resent Williamson, of Crook, Haw kins, of Polk, etc., is becoming a chestnut. A Night of Terror. . "Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of the brave General Bnrnham of Mach ine, Me., when tbe doctor eaid she would die from Pneumonia before morning," writes Mrs. 8. H. Lincoln, who attended Iier that fearful night, "bat ebe begged for Dr. King's New Discovery, which bad more than once saved her life, and cured Ler of Consumption, - After taking, ebe iept all night. Further " use entirely cured her." This marvelous medicine Is guaranteed to eure all Throat, Chert and Lung Diseases. Only 60c and $1.00. Trial bottles free at Condon Drug Co.'s. SPECIAL SALE OF TO REDUCE OUR STOCK WE IN DRESS SKIRTS AT FROM WE ALSO Flannel Overehirts .75 SI 00 2 25 tjr Men's Arctic Sock Ladies' Underwear Ladies' Mittens Woollen Underwear, suit Fleece Lined ' " I f Jj 0, IjU Childrsu'e, same, pergaruieut. 10 Boy 'a " 25 We also pay highest price? for ; HIDES, PELTS, FURS! HORSEHAIR. DAfMSKY BROS. ViZm EUIIBINC, LOWER MAIM STREET OPPOSITE HENSHAWS STORE. A railroad is now projected- to connect New York city, XJ. & A.. with St Petersburg, Russia, and other Kuropean cities, via Alaska, Retiring Straits and Siberia. The project would call for bridging or tunneling the Strait, which is 40 miles across, but it has been pro nounced perfectly feasible by men competent to judge if attempted by international co-oieration. Before pooh-poohing at this project we sbosld all pause long enough to remember that this is the 20th centtiry and that all things are possible wita 20th century people. And yet there are still a few loth century mossbacks alive who poke fun at the idea ot the people of Gilliam county building a little old 40-mile road by which to haul 2,000, 000 or 3,000,000 bushels of wheat to market. Some men who are still alive should save been born 500 years ago and allowed to live only the allotted span. "Ttettw, s pity, rilj 'IK 'Ui trtw." It is to Governor Geer'a credit that he is opposed to the project which is being, pushed by some of the legislative grafters to make an appropriation to buy a 133,000 house for an "executive mansion." The governor says that he is get ting along very nicely in a house for which he pays $15 a month rent, and that if the state were to buy him an executive mansion it would have to remain vacant be cause he is too poor to furnish it It remains to be seen whether the governor would continue to oppose the measure if some fellow should move an amendment to tack on enough more to furnish the man sion in up-to-date style. The bill now before Congress which provides for a parcel-post which means the transportation of express matter by the government at a low rate snouia Decome a law. It is not likely that it will, however, for the express companies' influence will be too strongly against it, and too many congressmen and Senators, who are supposedly rep resentatives of the people whose vote elected them and whose taxes pay their salaries, will be found willing and ready to listen to and do the bidding of the express com panies. The parcel-post will come, however, and with it will come many other, reforms which the present Congress would sneer at The Salem Daily Sentinel is making a hot fight agaiost the election of Corbett and in favor of McBride. The Sentinel occasion ally digs np and publishes some ancient correspondence and history which, no doubt, is relished more by Corbett's enemies than by his friends. The Government wants a lot of new men for the army in the Phil ippines; but we do not hear of any men breaking their necks trying to get to the recruiting stations. We could fall back on the draft though as a last resort ' " Mrs. Nation is still on deck in Kansas. Her last exploit was to get into jail in Topeka as a result of smashing hades oat of a 11500 liquor joint , A Convincing Answer. "I hobbled into Mr. Blackmon's drug store one evening," saya Wesley Nelson, of Hamilton, Ga., "and be asked me to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm for rheu matism with which I had suffered for a long time. I told him I had no faith in any medicine as tbey all foiled, lie said : 'Well if Chamberlain's Pain Balm does not help yon, you need not pay for it' I took a bottle, of it home and used it according to the directions and in one week I was cured, and have not since been troubled with rheumatism." Sold by The Hud eon Pharmacy C. W. Cros- field, mgr. DRESS SKIRTS. OFFER EXTRA QUALITIES $1 TO 1.50. CALL AND SEE THEM. OFFER s,realer8, Cotton,;.. ah wool n 00...... ac'lint08De8' rbber lined, guaranteed water proof.... .. 50 2 50 I 50 50 avuj b suits All invcow styles and patterns. Good quality.. Wrappers, Percale and Flan- nelette Another long lost "Charlie Hobs" ha turned wp at Chicago. His name is Gowellv and he says the lat time ho told his story he was adjudged" insane for hie pains. The magistrate- who- committed him was evidently "onto his job." CArrAlNctRK7AXD OTH ERS, Secretary Long admits that Captain Clark, of the battle-ship Oregon, who did more than any other naval officer to win the San tiago victory, is two points lower in the naval ranks than he was before that notable event. He lays the fault at the doors of Congress, but it seems the President will not advance or reward Clark unless he can have the post of Yice-Admiral created for his pet, Sampson, who was "eight miles away." Sampson must go up higher than anybody else, or Clark and others will have to be kept down in comparative and apparent disgrace. As for Hobson, for whom the Secretary expresses so much solicitude, he has been very well rewarded al ready for his feat, which as a mat ter of fact was a blunder and a detriment to the operations of our fleet or would have been so if it had amounted to anything at all beyond getting rid of an old hulk in the purchase of which the Gov ernment had been swindled by rascally contractors. The men who have not been rewarded according to their merits are the ones who have never uttered a word of com piaint or criticism, sen ley and Clark, while Sampson and Hobson have not ceased to grumble, whine and importune the Government for rewards that they never earned. Telegram. " School Notes. Gcssik Darling, School Editor. There are at present twenty-two pnpila absent from the grammar department. Fred Bobm, Irma Moore, Mrs. Young and Mary and Arthur Foster visited our school last week. - All tbe grades in the grammar depart ment are reviewing for the examination which comes Friday. The primary department has sot eo good an attendance this week aa naual owing to the cold weather. For supplementary work the second grade B are reading Harper's Reader, and the second grade A are reading Stories For Children. Our literary met at the school honee last Friday evening and elected tbe fol lowing officers for the ensuing month: Herbert Brown, President; Bert Ed wards, Vice-President; Byrl Springston, Secretary; Florence Clarke. Treasurer. The question for debate Friday evening is: Resolved, That country life is pref erable to city life. All are invited to come, and we will ensure them a pleas ant and instructive meeting. St, Vafenttne's Batl. The ladies of Wallula Circle, W. of W. will giva a grand ball in Armory hall February 14, tbe proceeds to go for tbe benefit of tbe lodge. First-class music and good management will be provided All are invited. 47 d 49 ARLINGTON NOTES. From Record. John Cunningham was kicked on tbe top of tbe bead by a horse a few days ago, the result being a deep gash cut in the scalp. Dr. Ruedy was called to attend Ave Thomas, at D. B. Thomas' home, on tbe 30th nit. He was reported very ill with erysipelas. Miss Pearl Shelton, of this city, has gone to Baker City to visit ber uncle, R. Previtte. She expects to remain un til spring and engage in teaching for the summer season. Quite a serions accident happened at the depot last Saturday. A young man, in trying to place a rock on the track to see ti me wneeis wouia crusn it. was struck on tbe forehead by a projecting rod and was badly injured. "Sniption Bill" Brown came into Ar lington on Monday morning last and the first thing be did was to make a break into Fred George's store and put on a vest, button his sealskin coat over it and walk out without paying for it or ordering it charged. He did not get far with it until it was found out and be marched back and gave up the vest. Bill says all be got out of it was a cigar. The claim of other cough medicines to be as good as Chamberlain's are effectu ally set at rest in tbe following testimo nial of Mr. C. D. Glass, an employe of Bartlett & Dennis Co., Gardiner, Me. He aays : "I had kept adding to a cold and cough in the winter of 1897, trying every cough medicine I beard of with out permanent help, until one day I was in tbe drug store of Mr. Houleban and be advised me to try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and offered to pay back my money if I was not cured. My lungs and bronchial tubes were very sore at this time, but I was completely cured by this remedy, and have since always turned to it when I got a cold, and soon find relief. I also recommend it to my friends and am glad to eay it is the best of all coagh medicines." For sale by The Hudson Pharmaey C. W. Crosfield, mgr. SuDBCTib fr the Globe; To the Consumers of Gilliam County: Wt dteslrd to tut that w are determined to reUir our larga tock of good ami tor tha nest WUaya wit) make great reduction! to all hues (or fly referring to yonr locaf paper you frequently note the, atf. of Interior merchants who, tvith couepiclona aigns, a?: "We ell at Arlington price." I th not evident that the Arlington merchant mnat lead In low price or there would be no need for inch etatemenf Bo lor pur chasing yow tall inpplte or the atimller hills got price from o. In agricultural implement w have the favorite Monitor Prillr aubject to four attachment, via, hoe, dic, pret wheel or ihoe. The Oliver and Flying Dutchman Ttow are hard to beat for good clean work, durability amd lightnee of draft . It l no longar an experiment to buy a Bain or Stonghten wagon, a they hare but few if any competitor when itrength and light-running qnalitie are considered. If you anticipate treating yon reel f to a new buggy or hack do' not pur chase until oar new carload ot the old reliable Itaulne rig reach ua, which will be here in September. When In need ot a chop mill, hay press, windmill, eewing machine, or any kind of machinery used on the farm, write n (or prices and we will treat you right Address all communication to the SHURTE & Arlington : ARLINGTON SALOON, JEAII LABOUS, PROP. FINE WINES, LIQUORS and CHOICE CIGARS. BILLIARD and TOOL TABLES. FIRST-CLASS GOODS OUR TRIDE. - FRESH, COOL MILWAUKEE KEG BEER on Dravcht Main St., Condon, Oregon tnmmmmmmm HEADQUARTERS FOR HIGH-GRADE "WET" GOODS. - THE . . "MODEL." KISE WHISKIES. OLYMPIA BKF.R. FANCY MIXED DRINKS. A Quiet Lower Charles Main street muuiiimuuiuuu State Normal School MONMOUTH, OREGON. FALL TERM BEGINS SEPTEMBER 18, 1900. Students prepared to take State Certificate immediately on graduation. Graduates readily secure good positions. Expense of year from $120 to $150. Strong Academic and Professional courses. New Special department in Manual Training. Well equipped Farming Department. For catalogue containing full announcements, address P. L. Campbell, President, or W. A. Wakm, Secretary of Faculty. C. S. PALMER, Irtish 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 tbe Latest Designs in Dress Srinnips. Latest Styles in Uinter flats LOOELLA MADDOCK. First door west of Stephenson's store, Spring street. CONDON ::::::: OREGON tbia signatan U on every bos of the genuine Luuuve Drurnu-yuiuine Tablet th remedy that enrea a eolti la oim day visit DR. JORDAN'S o-taTl UUSEUU 0F AHAT0UY lOBt MARKET IT., MM FRANCISCO, CAU ThelarfastAaMemleal Haaeom in the Wor'4. 9rtmltt attrmtton In (A. Cite A Mb MabiMMjai.Mre, U. JOROAN-NMVATI DISEASES BMC ta.. mhm mr .uff... froa (he ffcti of ronthlai I pmT, iMt o4 ia .11 Italian. ekn.j liMra.i.rrfcaa. rmlMr. i 1 SLSLEi?!' y eaiWH.ti.D f rmlla, ot rt ..ratlr. pow.r, tb. Doctor I ?.gltr1'P ' th H will not I !?1t0?or alaim lo perform I P' "rfolaB and aurf.on, or-mlo.ot , " th.reofhly rdlotl from I tbe aaUoa without tb.UMet Horoarr. Truw flu. h - n.i.t ' "r or B-sr. A quick an raHcul tar, fof riUa, VUava J., rX-t-ui Aaplflnf toaawUl rao.tr. ear AoiwKwntenof Clieomplalnt. W iUt SuaraM m POdUrrYM CT7SJH i awry tat wt wdcrtak. S"""l!u"l') FRRK aiidtr1etlrHTat, Traatmaiitpmaaallr or briau-r. RliaiifilL If......... t A ..I... k. , Writ. fn. RivsV VVV AAM W AW ' 01 JORDAN 4 CO.. fOlf Market tt.S. f. firm at the old Jamea V. Smith store, WEIR CO. Oregon. V BOWLING ALLEY POOL ' TABLES IS CONNECTION, Resort Condon, Oregon. Fix, Prop. Treasurer's Notice. All county warrants registered prior to Jnly 1, 1899, will be paid upon pre sentation at my office. Interest ceases after January 6, 1001. P. II. Stephenson, Treasurer of Gilliam countv, Oregon Dated at Condon, Ore., Jan. 7, 1901. Treasurer's Notice. All city warrants registered prior to June zo, 15AXJ, will be paid on presenta tion at mv office. Interest ceases after Dec. 4, 1900. P. H. Stemienmon, City Treasurer, Condon J)R. i. F. GILLETTE, PHYSICIAN AND 8UROEON. OJfici Main Street Condon, Oregon. j r. wood, sr. v. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Will bo found for the present at Pr. GulJette't office, Main street- R. J, PALMER, Practical Blacksmith and Horse-shoer. Satisfaction Assured. Give me a Trial. n At the Old Clark Stand Condon, Oregon. R. T. U NICKLIN - DENTIST Office over P.. H. Bfteyhenaon'i itore. CONDON OREGON NOTICE TO CREDITORS In tbe County Court of the State of Oregon, for Gilliam County. In the matter of tbe Etae of AuguM8eekamp dereaaed. Notice ii hereby given by the anderatgned, ad' mlnUtrator of the eatate of August Seekarop, de ceased, to the ereditora of, and all peraooi having clalmi against, the said deceaaed, to present them with the proper voucher, wHbfu atx month of tbe date of this notice, to the said administrator, at the office of hla attorney Sam. E. Van Vactor, the taiae being the place for the transaction of the business of aald estate, in Con don, Gilliam County, Oregon, Robert Skekamp. Administrator of tbe eatate of August See kamp, deceased. Dated this IS day of December, 1900: ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Notice Is hereby stven In the matter of tbe estate of James Nixon, dwensecl, that the under signed baa been duly appointed administrator of the estate of said decedent. AH nersona having claim against said estato should present the same to me at my residence near Mavvillo, Ore gon, wltlilrr she months from the dute of tbe first publication of full notice. Mayvillc, Oregon, ( C. J. Quixm, Jovembcr 1000. i Administrator of the estate of J u uk' Mxon, dec. FALL AND WINTER GOODS v wish (a renounce to our frlemt ami patront that our Fall and Winter atock ot Dry Uom1s, Notinnt, Clothing, Underwear, Furnish ing Goods an J Shoes Is now arriving and Is larger and better .elected than over b tore. ' We arsoliave complete Hneso? Superior Hoe and Disc Drills, Superior Gantbn Plows and Studebaker Hacks, Wagons and Buggies. -3 ALL COODS MARKED IN PLAIN FICURES r When in Arlington make our etore your headquarters. There's room for all and bargains for all and the latch string is al ways out. LORD & CO. A r 1 i n gt o n , Oregon, 5l?e Qondoi) Ban? CaDf for8 jOtd of tr;e Qity. MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS first-Glass Ciury at leaoijable late$. SPRINGSTON & ROGERS. PORTWOOD'S LIVERY, FEED ANfrSALE STABLE, SPECIAL ATTENTION TO DRUMMERS' TRADE. FIRST-CLASS J. J. PORTWOOD, Proprietor. Condon, Or. Corner 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. TOM L. PORTWOOD. Don't port ttyat is still in business giving the latest news and turning out the neatest job work in the County.' Finest Visiting Cards: latest Stationery in short the "best printing." PAPERING AND PAINTING. FaimneenateatWanPapar. Estimatea on work and materia! furnished on short notice. Call and see my aamplea. W.. A. DARLING, NOV ARRIVING. Seeders, i RIGS AND CAREFUL DRIVERS. Spring and Church sts. Any Style You Want. , Plain or Flower Stamped. All Strong Built and First-class as to Stock and Workmanship. I'm after the Trale and I'm get ting it Because . Ilonost Work and Fair Prices Cut Ico in Condon the J10B Office H. W. HARTMAN. ' CarPer and Builder- SGrOl I UCT a SpCGialty, Plansand Estimates Furnished Condon : ; Oregon.