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THURSDAY. APRIL 18. ICOI. NtrTlCK. Th 'iinR Invite comoniienrefrom all r--tim ( 'iiliHin coMtttv. itit k Htnfce thin frip l'Hn new wlinm ol the timr mul Invite if !nmt l !! hi d pndit'itr it) tl new H thlr mytee lv h i liUirtiiwI. f omwponitmirv Iniiit he pv -1 t,y tin- writiT. wt txf't'WttrilY for mb. licftion, h mi crMfnwni emM tnlth, anit thrtstilor im imM m tnMntlitlity (oropin fi ex pre .! by cnrTepotiU'nU. "One swallow tloeim't make a Summer" but these cold East winds tuakjf a fellow wiph it did. The English' army has repudiat ed American- canned-' n. W etcetera. Wlwit a pity wMweoftbe American high erlicials d not pot? fit to adopt this- phase '-of Anglo mania.'' It would! be a Gid w-nd to L"ncle Sam's bluK?tata if they did. If 0 regon- is destined to become an oil producing siate a law should be passed to prohibit politician from dabbling iiv the oleagiiioin fl uid. Most of thetu are slippery enough now. But, come to think f it, who would pass such a law? The Boers are phunny phellows. In spite of the fact that they have iavebeen licked and captured and eut to pieces and fairly wiped off the face of the earth, times without number, they will persist in bob ling: a p every once in awhile and rapturing 500 or 1000 Englishmen. It most be force of habit with them. , There is a. great tempest in the theological tea pot in Port land sinee Re?. B. Fay Mills deliv ered lis course of lectures and some of the orthodox brothers are vexed". Mr. Mills should know something of the subject since he has "evoluted" from straight laced Presbyterianisin to liberal Unitari anism. The bible enjoins us to "search all things and hold fast to that which is good" and no doubt Mr Mills believes he has done so. Anyway if be has been a close stu dent during the course of his theo logical journeyings he should know something about creeds. 'NEW NEWSPAPERS. Commenting on the reported in tentions of certain Eastern news paper men to establish a new morning paper in Portland in op position to the Oregonian the Spokane Spokesman-Review says: " In 20 years repeated efforts 1 have been made by Eastern news paper men to establish new papers in Northwestern cities, Failure has attended every effort. This was was not because our people were clannish, but because the pro moters brought to the effort an in sufficient equipment, both of means and knowledge. They mistook for public sentiment the buzzing of a few disappointed politicians and the complainings of a small num ber of other citizens who had real or fancied grievances and imagin ed the owners of the new paper would take an enthusiastic inter est in helping to redress them. The result invariably has been mutual disappointment. . Io most instances, the owners of the new paper discovered that it was not politic to dress old wounds every morning, even if they had the time to squander on individual com plainings. In a great majority of cases the complaining citizens for got their old grievances in the cul- tiavtion of new ones against the new t paper, and instead of going out to hunt up subscribers, went on the warpath against the new ven ture." R URAL MAIL DELI VER V. By a plan recently adopted by the poetoffice department many farmers and others in tha Inland E npire may be Baved their regular trips to country post offices. The idea is in the delivery of mail along all "star" postal routes. The department has conducted a series of experiments in different sections, the result of which have been satisfactory. Under the new system mail carriers on star routes are allowed to deliver mail from the pouches as they pass from one office to another it being a modification of the rural delivery plan. The system has The Best Blood Purifier. v The blood is constantly being purified by the lungs, liver nnd kidneys. Keep thes8 organs in a healthy condition and the bowels regular and yon will have no iseed of bluod purifier. For this pur pose there i" nothing equal to Chamber lain 's Stomach and Liver Tablets, one dn?e of tiiein will do you more good than a dollar buttle of the bent blood purifier. J'rice, 25 cents. Samples free at The Hudson Pharmacy. C. VV. Crosfield, been tried in northern Idaho, partic ularly through the Potlatch country In Washington it has beeu tried on several - routes in Stevens, Okanogan and Ferry counties. In eparpelv settled districts the star route carrier, using the best roads generally, passes many farm houses. Tests on delivery to these1 houses shows that earners get rid iei j, ven blow: of from 15 to 20 per wnt of theiri x . rtmuVKYfcxixa. U k5K i.irc that th A. ' . ... liver? of so much mail has been days, which the department con i r. ., .-- j...,. siuer ft sini mi-iur, ivtwui uiun o liovo ir,r-,l th n'nmWnf routes . using the system to io, and others are being added as rapidly as the changes can be made. Spokesman Review. ; . PROTECTIVE TARIFF. A great many republican papers are advocating a revision of the tarUT; among them the Salt Lake Tribune. It looks as if, before a (great white, the taritf will cease to be a party isue. As public senti ment is drifting, Americans will be about unatiimoss on the proposition that the great American industries, now so well established that they can successfully compete with all the world, need no protection, and that to give it to them, or rather continue it, is merely giving them the power to charge their country men prices away above reasonable profit, and much higher than the prices fixed for the same goods sold to foreign countries. The tariff has wonderfully helped to make these industries what they are, and they are no longer, "infants," but con quering giants, theold arguments in favor of protective tariff are without force, and in the face of present conditions naturally con vince the average American of nothing but their absolute absur dity. Dealing with this question of a tariff as a protective measure, the Tribune says: "Our thought is that the tariff should be revised and removed from very many articles of Ameri can manufacture, like steel rails and steel structural work and plenty of other articles. Idaho World. School Apportionment. By the April apportionment of school funds the different districts receive the folio ins amounts: District No. 1, $139.89 ; 2, no bond; 3 $21.33; 4, 132 73 ; 6. 36 53 ; 0, $41.85; 7, $30.45; 8, $28.93; 9, $120.13; 10, $29.69; II. $55.63; 12, $38.05; 13, $65.36; 14, $30. 45; 15 $22.85; 16, $39 57; 17, $30.45; 18, $29.64; 19, $48.69; 20, $9.12; 21, not re- iKirted ; 22, $33 49 ;23. $27.41 ; 24, $32.73 ; 25. $36 53 ; 26, $35 01; 27. $49.45; 28, $28.17; 29, $47.93; 30, $25.89 ; 31, $44 89 32, $19 00 ; 39, $36.65 ; 44. $8.36; 49, $3.80; 52, $7.60. Total. $1319.13. A VALUABLE MEDICINE For Coughs and Colds In Children. "I have not the slightest hesitancy in recommending Chamberlain's Cough Remwdy to all who are suffering from coughs or coMs." says Chas. M. Cramer, E(q., a well known watch maker, of Colombo, Ceylon. "It has been some two years since the City Dispensary first called my attention to this valuable medicine and I have repeatedly nsed it and it has alwavs been bene6cial. It has cured me quickly of all chest colds. It is especially effective for children and seldom takes mure than one bottle to care them of hoarseness. I have per suaded many to try this valuable medi cine, and they are all as well pleased as myself over the results." For sale by The Hudson Pharmacy C. W. Crosfield, mgr. i Pullman Ordinary Sleepers The tourist travel between the East and the Pacific Coast has reached enor mous proportions in the last few years, and calls for a special class of equipment. To meet this demand the Pullman Co. has issued from its shops what it tech nically calls the'Tollrnan Ordinary Sleeper." These cars appear similar to the regular sleepers being built on the same plan, but not furnished with the same elegance. They are equipped with mattresses, blankets, sheets, pillows, pillow-cases, towels, combs, brushes, ect. , requiring nothing of the kind to be furnished by the passenger. Each car has a stove for making tea and coffee and doing "light housekeeping", and each sectioucan befitted with an adjust able table. A uniformed porter accom panies each car, his business being to make up berths ; keep the car clean, and look after the wants and comforts of the passengers. In each of the trains which are dispatched daily from Portland by the O. K. & N. Co. is to be found one of these "Pullman Ordinary Sleepers". The car attached to the "Chicago-Port land Special" goes through to Chicego without change, and the one in the "Atlantic Express" runs to Kansas City without change. Passengers in this car for Chicago change to a similar ear at Granger. . Much of the first class travel is being carried in these cars, the rates being lower, and the service nearly equal to that in the palace sleepers. For rates snd full information, includ ing folders write to A. L. Cbaio, General Passenger Agent, O. R. & N. Co. Portland, Oregon. 1 Annual Meeting "The animal meeting of the Mti-Cnlnnv Way Association of Con greg' iowal Churches and" Ministers of Eastern Cra yon, will meet iu tht Congrtirationat chntvhrin tht" eiiy . tomorrow (Friday) i evening ami will wntine in ion for three davs. A number of excellent speaker will he present and th eiwlses promise to be uf- mir than iirilimtr in throat Th. nriler of Herri. if.W-Soniand Pwliw Service Uoyd rrmn S.W AwkipUMwbI Sermon KT. C. r. 'lnpp iMi-vmiot welcome row kiw. cmi SATCRDJiY MORSISO. J S.PYoUonI Service Aujput F. Bmte 1 . . . organisation : M-W-Krhowfrom thechnrehc . lO.'.'O-RmiwnMWIll ot the Home. Re. Stater itt.-Remmibimyothe:churen Rev. J. M. lUrJer. Il.00-Kmronlbillty of tlic Sabbath School Rev. R. A Ro rkf lLSWIxr ( hurrh Papers U.45BuiueH AFTERNOON. 1.80 Woman' Work lu the Coming Century Mrs. J. M. Barber l.-O-What will Mtc do In the Coming Century? Rev. t. V. Poliwr, 110 What dow ow to our New roneaaiontT MIm Anna Balalger ISO Reliance on lb Holy Spirit for Help. Rev. A. R. Okii S.00 Discnwiou on Preceding Topic. iSU Onr Miaaionaiy Societies. Rev Kdw. Ciirran tOO l'n(liiUhe4 Btitlnea. Adjournment EVENING. T.30 Song t Praise Servleo, . . . .Arnold Ralaitrer S.0O The Collem and the Kingdom. Pwlne rnivenity Rev. Daniel SUver 8.15 Missionary liutructlon in the Homo. S Missionary Education n the Church Rev. j. M. Barber S. 45 The Endearorero and the Kingdom. Rv. F. D. Hoaly SUNDAY MORNING. 11.00 Morning Sermon Kev. D. V. Poling 1I.4 -4Xmianton. UM5 Sabbath School Addreea.Rer. R.A. Rowley EVENING. 6.45-Christian Endeavor Geo. Parman 7.45-Pralse Service Rev. F. D. Healy tU Responsibility of the Pacific Coast lor the Convention el the Orient... Rev. Old 8.30-Pemnal Reponsllllity. .Mr. J. M. Barber 8.45 Fellowship and the Kingdom. Kev. C F. Clapp, Stops the Cough and works off the Cold. Laxative Bromo-Qainine Tablet care a cold i onrdy, .?6Cti,no P. Price 25 eenU AJAX. Ajaz now has a post office If yoa please, Planting garden- is the order of the day here. Geo Smith carried the first mail o the ronte between Ajax and Condon last Monday. Misses Jennie and Lizzie Palmer visit ed Ethel and Alice Ad lard Monday. Walter Smith and Oscar Malev made a flying visit to Arlington Friday. Cliff Matey and Geo, Smith visited at the Palmer ranch Friday. John Smith la at Condon driving power for the Palmer well drill. Fred Adlard is herding sheep in Ferry Canyon for John Steiger. Grandpa Palmer has jast recovered from an attack of la grippe. Topsy. School Notes. Jevxib Seal, School Editor. The third grade have finished their year's work in Reading and are now re viewing. Walter Grider has returned to school after several weeks absence. Matthew Pliter, Bertha Moore, Clark and Eddie Livingston, of the primary room, are on the absent list this week Carl Froman, who has been attending school here during the winter, has re turned to his home in Ferry Canyon. -Among those who were absent this week are: Hazel Fitzwater, Elsie Brown, Nellie and Esther Hallenbeck. The fourth grade have finished their work in Language and Physiology and will soon review both branches. Miss Naomi Stengel visited in both rooms Tuesday. . Millions Given Away. It Is certainly gratifying to the public to know of one concern which is not afraid to he generous. The proprietors of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con sumption, 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 Grippe and all Throat, Chest. and Xung diseases are surely cured by it. Call on the Condon Drug Co. and get a free trial bottle. Regular size 50c and $1.00. Every bottle guaranteed. NOTICE TO HORSEMEN. My fine stallion, Don Pedro, will make the season, beginning April 1st, at my ranch. 3 miles north of Condon, Or. Terms: Single service, $5; season, $8; insurance, $10. Due care will be taken, but I will not be responsible for acci dents. This 6oe horse is also for sale or trade. J. W. Ebbebt, Condon, Or. WORK MULES FOR SALE. I will sell, at private sale, ten (10) head of fine work mules, well broken and gentle, weighing from 1000 to 1300 pounds each. If desired by purchaser will sell complete 8-mule outfit consisting of two heavy freight wagons and four set double , harness in good repair. Call on or address B. K. SEARCY, 619' , May ville, Oregon, RELIABLE Arlington, trrnmmm I ifitfif?? HEADQUARTERS . - ... . FOR HUSH-GRADE ... Till t? 15U Ll.Nii? "WET-UOODS. 1 till . . ALLEY KINK WHISKIES. "MODEL." POOL OI.YMP1A BEER. . TABLES FANCY MIXED " nRIK. . . . . . IN CONNECTION. PMm A Quiet Resort. . Lower . 1 cv rT Condon, Main street Charles F,x PP- Oregon. iMWM WOOL and GRAIN Stored with us will recleve the careful attention of experienced warehousemen. Barb Wire, Xails, Salt, Sugar, Mill Stuffs always on General Storage ARLINGTON WAREHOUSE CO., ARLINGTON, thl signature la on every box of the genuine Laxative BrotnoQuiniae Tablet. tie remedT that mrn n told la ne day guaranteed fo00 salal7 Yearly. Men and women of good adrtreBs to represent it, some to travel appointing agent, other for local work looking after our interest. 9900 (alary guaranteed yearly; extra com mission and expenae, repaid advancement, old eatablithed bonce. Grand chance for earn est roan or woman to secure plecaant, perma nent poiltion, liberal Income and future. New, brilliant line. Write at once. STAFFORD PRESS, 23 Church St., New Haven. Conn. WANTED! Reliable roan for Manager of Branch Office we wish to open in this vicinity. If your record is O. K. here is an opportunity. Kindly give good reference when writing. The A. T. Morris Wholesale House CINCINNATI OHIO Illustrated catalogue 4 cts. stamps. 49 d 8 Job Printing Of all kinds done on the short est notice and nt reasonable rates. Nothing too large, no thing too small. , Giobe Office. THIS SPACE IIM MERCHANTS, v Oregon. Lime, Cement, Flour, Feed and hand in any quantities. . and Forwarding. - OREGON. Treasurer's Notice. All county warrants registered prior to Jnly 1, 1899, will be paid npon pre sentation at my oflke. Interest ceases after January 5, 15)01. P. II. STEPHEN'), Treasurer of Gilliam coontv, Oregon. Dated at Condon. Ore., Jan. 7, 1901. Treasurer's Notice. All eity warrants registered prior to Sept. 1, 1000, w ill be paid on preeenta tion at mv otfice. Interest ceases after Apr. 10 1901. P. 11. Stepiiknkon, City Treasurer, Condon. J F. W OOD, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Will be fonnd for the present at Dr. Gullctte's omcc, Main atreet- R. J. Palmer. C. H. Cornwsll. PALMER & CORIIWELL blacksmiths and J .Wagon makers. -tHoraeahoeing and Plow work a Specialty- Give us a Trial aVSATISFACTION ASSURED At the Old Clark Stand Condon, Oregon. visit DR. JORDAN'S oact( ilUSEUU OF AHATOIW 1061 MARKET ST., SN FRANCISCO, CAL flMinn Sixth a'SmiB. . Th larr mi anatomical VuMm In th. Wur'S. Ormlut nUrarflim in Pt CU A Vondttul tight tor vUlfrt. eddl.M,aM..liiTly.irlbr th. oldwt Klaill.ton tli. PMia Cowk a.UbU.b.d M rsr. i jrw r....M., or fiy cnnirwrT. 00. JOBDAN-PfllVATE DISEASES Tea) and mt ST 5 Mff.rtn from th fcct i youthful Indl. ar.feUin. .r .xl'M.m In msiM rm KrvuiiD(lphylcleMllti',lM. ctlsn Mvrwmntmrrhmm. rriltr. rhwi.. OoaorrkiM, !, Trrammmry t UrlnallB.;...!.. Ity . oanblii.tlnn of ramadiM, ol f r.t urtlr pow.r, tb Doetor h. rrnl hi IrMtment Utatll will not only afford lmm.dl.1. ml.f. hut unun. oor. Th. Doctor do. Mot alalia toporf.nn tquftr. Fhyriolan aad HnrfMn, prMmioaot la bK nteafalty DImm. at H.a. i airniM tl)ratifhiy .rfdleatod from TrM fitted by an Exaert RaUa1 ' ear for Raptnre, A qulclc and ratUxd i Suv for Pli.a, flnara aad riMalat.by ' JoMaa'a apadal palnlna method. . ETKar M AM aDBlrinataoaolHranatvat ' Wt tout bunrantu a ro&ITIVf CVZS h wvery eiu mt unnennict. cnntuitatioa t HKK ana itnctry rnvate. chaboss rxsr msaronabxa Tratmut pnmulljr or by lett.r. I IfABRItOB. BfAiLCDFaaa, (Avaluahl. i Writ. ftT Honk. PM!I.I1QPUT a 1 uwKwr wn. tin .r wni. ' OR. JORDAN ft CO.. 1081 Markat St. S. P. m 1 FOR ARLINGTON SALOON, JEAI1 LABOUS, PROP. FLVE WINES, LIQUORS aud CHOICE CIGARS. BILLIARD and rOOL TABLES, FIRST-CLASS GOODS OVT, PRIDE. FRESH, COOL MILWAUKEE KEG BEER on Draught, Main St, Condon, Oregon 5)e Q)i7doi7 Barp cadnt Jiorsotel of7egty. MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS first-Glass Cilery at Reasonable latcs. YouuPsaStVd. SPRINGSTON & ROGERS. PORTWOOD'S LIVERY, FEED' AND SALE STABLE. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO DRUMMERS' TRADE. FIRST-CLASS RIGS AND CAREFUL DRIVERS. J. J. PORTWOOD, Proprietor. Condon, Or. Corner Spring and Church sts. State Normal School MONMOUTH, OREGON. FJktL TERM BEGINS SEPTEMBER 1, 1900. Students prepared to take State Certificate Immediately oogradinttiioo. Graduates readily secure good positions. Expense of year from $120 to $150. (Strong Academic and Professional conrseB. New Special department in Manual Training. Well equipped Farming Department. For catalogue containing full announcements, address , . , P. L. Campbell, President, or W. A. Wann, Secretary of Faculty. Dort port tf?at tye (JpB Offiee is still in business giving the latest news and turning out the neatest jl work ire the County. Finest Visiting Cards: latest Stationery; in short the "best printing."" ?all ard Examine 5toeK aijd prices Before Orderip PAPERING AND PAINTING. Full line of latest Wall Paper. Estimates on work and material furnished on short notice. Call and see my samples. W. A, DARLING. aEsr.rtB a wiujon ATTORNEYS-AT'LAW TnK l)AU.KS, ROX.. m r. m -.m , , , ., , , , , C. S. PALMER, ftrtistic Barber. Sleek Shaves and Hnir-cuts. Razors honed and re-ground, CONDON - ORECOH. H. W. HARTMAN. Carpenter and Builder. Scroll UorI( a Specialty. Plana and Estimate Furnished Condon : r Oregon. NOTICE TO CREDITORS, v In h Comity Court of tht UU ot Oregon, furdlllUm Comity. In th huttvr of the KUIat Aujftut fckmp N olios it Nenttiy given by III nnrinrtlgnnl, 4 mlulnlr.liirof Hi wltof Aiifittt ovkinp,d mci1, to th nxllleni of, nl ll (wnoni bvtir rlulm Vtfutliat, th aniil dlveMttt, to ptwtmif Ilium with th proper vouilitr. wllhlnl. H.l.tW..llk.ll.l..l . 1. 1 - .....I. . . . . W .. .. I . 1 ttlminUlrator, l the om of hittorny Sm.. R. vu YtrUir, iti tu;bttif ttt jlc for tli tnuiMotlon of th buiinv of U mum, Iu Con don, UtIUMn'UoMiii)', CWviron, Ko(T SKEAr. Ailinlnitrtoruf.tli catnte of Anuit Bwku). tlW-WUKHl, !! Dili 13 day ol IKrcmbcr," X90N Subscribe for the Oi.ohk. NOTICE. All person krawfna thennclres to be indebt ed to me will pleaae call at once and ettle by cakb ot note as I expeot to-cloie up taj bualneu with -out delay. My books will be at the Condon Pharmacy for a lew day only. Call and settler by caab or note,-a I ihall place my Recount it the bands of an attorney forcollectlon: , At.. Henriuw Cutidoii, Oregon, Jauuary 30, Wot,