THE CONDON CLODE.
f Met OrFlCIAL TAPER OF OILUAM
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Hotter 1 1
j:j Palmer wits In loan M n,Uft
Mrs. It. L, Oluilln lion tlis lick lint.
JlnrvoHtlng It In full blnst Mill week.
11. W. 1'nullnit U the coming cattle
Frank Wlltton returned from Spokane
Clarvnc Palmer Iim locate.! at Btmn
Uo In the barlwr business,
The Condon l'liaroiacy has en attract
Ive new at In title Issue, Item! it.
Mlewe Nellie ami KUU Drown, of
ItiM-k crock, were In town Monday,
Rev. Mr, Curran preaches at lone
lioit Hundrty Ixith morning ami evening.
Mre. Voting left Thursday for the Wil
lamette valley Where the govt to visit
relatlvea aud friend.
Will Davenport wae over from May
vllle Friday evening. He tia almost
recovered from ttle Inte swlous lllnoea.
Mies Lucy llurlbnrt has boon engnged
primary teacher In the Arlington
public achool vice MUa Lena Wnell re-
Alburn Moore it hauling lumber from
Arlington for 8. K. Luna's dwelling
Vt lilch will be erectoJ near the Baptist
Prof. Perry Chnndtor, fiVkl agent of
Whitman College, Walla Walla, was
here few days during the week to the
iblereat of that Institution.
Frederick 1). Preston, repretenting a
firm of Walla Walla banker, li here
looking over the field with view to es
UblUhlng a local bank In Condon.
Ham E. Van Vector returned from
Portland Friday. Ilia brother, Floyd
Van Vaotor, of Uoldendale, accompan
ied him home and will be hit guest for a
The members of WisHula Circle vl
serve ire cream Saturday afternoon. It
will be delicious this hot weather so
don't fall to drop in and eee them and be
A band of aitout 60 horses went thro'
Friday for shipment to Colorado. They
belonged to a Colorado man and it Is
understood he paid f JO and upwards a
head for them.
Rev, ffm. Hoeklns, of Mora, wh
canvassed this section soma time ago
for the "History of Odd Fellowship,"
writes a that the book will be delivered
here about August 20th. -
Kd Cornctt went to Arlington Monday
to meet bla mother-in-law, Mrs. S. E
Montgomery, who will spend a couple
of months visiting her daughter. Mre.
Montgomery's home la at Cornelius,
Mike Pukekand Lew Couture will mn
the Stephenson thresher this season the
former as separator man and tho latter
asenglqocr. They pulled out for Clem
yesterday and ei peeled to begin the sea
son's run this morning.
U. II. Neel and his eon Joe came down
from Lone Rock Sunday aud will put in
a tew weeks harvesting at Dan Rine
hart's ranch. Mr. Neel'a health, which
as been very poor for several years, is
lately very much Improved.
Marshal Downing la out of to-vn this
week on a horse round-up and W. A.
Darling is wearing the star and keeping
the pence. W, A. run In a young blood
Sunday for getting funny and fined him
and turned him loose again.
?he social dance given Friday evening
was a very ploneant affair. Excellent
muslo wna furnished by Mr. and Mrs.
Musgrove and Icq eream of finest quali
ty was served by the ladies of (he
Rebekah lodge, A neat sum was real
Found About two weeks ago on the
Condon-Trail Fork road, a revolver.
Owner can have same by calling at this
office, proving property and paying for
this notice, tf.
' The big fine juicy ronsting-earis again
with ua and the Missourlan or West
Virginian who is not reveling in an at-
tnosphere of gastronomic bliss Is a trai
tor to his native soil. He should starve
In the mldet of plenty. He deserves no
' bolter fate.
Ed Temple left Friday morning for a
short trip to Yuma, Arizona, where he
goes to attend to some Important busi
ness matters. He expects to return in
two or three weeks. Latkr Since the
above was put in type we learn that Mr,
Temple htoppod at Arlington where he
has accepted a position as clerk in the
Dr.T. L. Klcklin writes the Globk
that be has arrived safely at home again
and asks us to express bis sincere thanks
and appreciation of the many courtesies
ehown him by the poople of Condon and
8iirroundingnelghborhood8. The doctor
thinks Gilliam county people are "the
finest" but in passing this compliment
he wishes it distinctly understood that
he is not a candidate for any office.
J. J.. Portwood and family, Austin
Thompson and family and R. K. Wilson
etarteil Monday on a trip to Southern
Oregon going by team over the Cascade
mountains. They will enjoy camp life
and mountain scenery on the trip and
visit relatives and friends In Jackson
county. They will stay till they get
tired and all expect to have a fine lime
a( rcr they once get across the hot, dusty
country between here and the Des
It's cream Satnrday afternoon Wallu
la Circle, Woodmen,
J. It. Welts will build a new dwelling
oil his ranch east of town,
Monday was a record breaker for h6t
weather and "scraps," It was a hot
time In the old town sura enough. The
mercury reached 101 and the 'scrapping'
spirit about IttO. Two or three tights
were reported with acres of "trouble"
and miles of "rag chealng,"
L. R. and I.. T. Price have finished
flue residence fur A. D. Hard! on Trail
Fork, and have returned to town. They
will build a barn each for Ed Dunn
and i- K. FlUwater, after which they
they a ill go to Ferry Canyon where they
will build substantial residences for
Kitl ph Fromnn and J. M. Cameron.
E1 I'arlutt was seriously Injured one
day last week while riding after stock
onTenmilo, He was thrown from hi
horse and besides being rndered un
conscious for a lime he nwieved a num
ber of severs sprains and bruises. He
was brought to town and has since been
at John Dysart' where he I now gut
ting all right again,
John Jack so a has so far recovered
from his late Illness as to be able to
drive In from the Duthle ranch Tuesday
afternoon. Hit returned to the ranch
the same evening and will remain there
until strong enough to stand the trip to
the hot springs near La tirande where
he hopes to rid his system of the festive
rheumatic germ. t
John Downing left a gentle team
standing In front of Dnnlap's blacksmith
shop Monday afternoon and, of course,
they took a notion to go home. They
were harnetwod together bnt not hitched
to the wagon and when they got under
way they made good time They struck
a wire fence during the heat and receiv
ed some ugly cuts and scratches but
A crasy horse run amuck In town last
Thursday afternoon after parting com
pany with his rider about three miles
out. The brute started in to clean out
a blacksmith ahop and, although the
blacksmith was armed with a hammer
and reinforced by the barber, he came
near succeeding. When the dust
cleared away the barber was so bespat
tered with blood that he looked aa tho'
he bad been trying to shave himself.
At the Congregational church Sunday
venisg a special young people's service
was held whea the newly elected officer
of the Christian Endeavor Society were
Inducted into office, . The new officers
are: Miss Mary Foster, president; Miss
Myrtle Fitiwater, vice president; Mis
Uxie Hoover, secretary and treasurer;
Miss Lllla Clarke, organist. A short ad
dress was made by the pastor, Rev. Mr.
Curran, after which Prof. Chandler, of
Walla Walla spoke on "Education" and
presented the claims of Whitman college
aa an educational institution in a forci
A Logical Kid.
Apropos to the big crop of babies that
I being harvested In and aroond Con
Ion this Summer if the following bit of
wisdom from the lips of a 8-year-old
Condon kid. After being introduced to
a nice new baby brother Johnny took
the matter under advisement and hav
ing studied it ou t to his own satisfaction
he next morning elucidated on the sub
"I think babies are all right, I wish
we could git 8 or 10 more and I wish all
the people in town could get 8 or 10
apiece and then when they grew op
Condon would he a big town and we
could have street care."
That boy has an eye to the future and
a head for logic that some grown people
do not possess.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy has a world wide
reputation for its cures. It never fails
and is pleasant and safe to take.
For sale by Hudson Pharmacy.
I will be at Springston & Rogers barn
Friday and Saturday. August 0 and 10,
with 5 head of well broke work horses
weighing from 1100 to 1400 pounds.
Parties in need of teams for harvest
should see these animals as they are all
Do You Need a Header?
This company is one of the oldest
concerns in the country engaged
the manufacture of Harvesting Ma
chinery and for 50 years their product
has stood every test and given per
Light Running, Basily Operated, .
Simply Constructed, Built to Wear.
Luke Mason Dead.
A sad accident occurred at Arlington
last Friday by which Lnk Mason lust
hi life. A party of young men were
bathing In a slough on the Washington
side of the Columbia, when Mason, who
was enable to swim, got beyond his
depth and was drowned before help
could reach him. His body was recover
ed with but little delay bat life was ex
Deceased came to Gilliam connty
about three years ago from Mason Val
ley, Arkansas, where his parents stili
reside. Most of his lime In thi county
was spent In and around Condon until
lust Hpring when lis took a position as
dork In theilrande hotel at Artington,
which he still held at the time of his
death. Ry his good habit and courte
ous ways he had won many fi lends In
this connty all of whom will sincerely
eiourn his untimely end.'
The funeral took place at Arlington on
Sunday, interment In the Arlington
Henry Cnendft's baby is on the tick
list this week w ith Dr. (Juliette in at
tendance. W. II. Colwell cams In yesterday
from the Interior where he has been on a
business trip, He Sold 500 head ot
Cunning ham buck on the trip.
Mr. and Mrs, Andrew Grelner, their
on Den and Mr. and Mr, B. K. Searcy
leave thi morning for the mountain on
a pleasure trip.
W L Wilcox will build a new residence
on his ranch a soon as the welldrill has
determined the water question to a cer
tainty. Ed Palmer's drill has been at
work there and is already down about
80 feet with but little water. Work has
been suspended pending the arrival of a
new and longer cable. If a sufficient
supply It not secured there another well
will be 'sunk in a different location and
the residence will not be built until that
question is settled.
FRANK WILSON, Proprietor.
Ladies and Gentlemen
Should use Benxoio and Almond Cream during this hot weather.
It prevents tan and cures chapped hanrla and. lip, ; AVe wish to
state also that we carry everything for the baby's comfort Rub
ber dolls, teething rings, toy animals, talcums, powders and soaps.
Remember! we fill prescriptions carefully And reasonably.
Reliable and Generous Apothecaries.
A complete line of Lodge Emblems iuld Jewelry at popular
prices. If you cannot call and see our large stock of Jewelry
Etc., write, for description and prices of same, to
The place to buy , ' .
Drugs, Paints, Oils, Jewelry, Musical goods and everything
carried in a 6rst-class drug store. '
ALHENSHAW, : C. W. CROsFIFLD,
CLARKE & FRAZER.
Machine Oils, Oil Cans, Grindstones, Bolts, Shelf Ilardwar,
Bed Lounges, Couches, Dressers, Commodes, Chairs. Rockers.
Bedsteads, Kitchen Furniture, Stoves,' Dishes, Tinware and
Kitchen and Table Cutlery. '
AVENARIOUS CARBOLINEUM- Sure death to Chicken
Lice. Best wood preservative known. Use it on your water
tanks, header beds eta It will pay you. Y
Our Prices are Reasonable. Call and See Us.
do call on us and examine the Old
S3 ;. 3t
A vtry qit wt-dding took pisce yp
terday morning at the Congregational
j,aroi:a, whim R.-v. Edaard Curran
prononnrcd the words Dial "mads two
fond hearts best as one" and that united
for life two of UUllem county's r oot
popular young people. The high con
tracting parties were Miss 8, Elizabeth
Shannon, eldest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs, F. M. Shannon, of near Condon,
and Mr. Oscar Mslry.of Ajn.
The bride Is a most tl rouble young
lady belonging to one of the most highly
CKpected fnmilituf this section of the
county and the groom l the senior mem-bt-r
of the firm of Ms ley liro., the well
known cattlemen, of Ajax. Kwryburiy
know Oxcar and hit many friends will
agree that the highest praise that can
be given him Is that he it worthy of
such a bride. .
Only a few Intimate friends and rela
tivos of the young people were present
at the wedding. The happy couple left
immediately after the ceremony, f t Ar
lington and will take the (rain there for
Clatsop Reach to spend their honey
moon beside the murmuring waves of
the PaciBc. .
Our heartiest congratulations go with
them and our wish for tbem is that the
prosperity and happiness which they
deserve shall be theirs.
The laws of health require that the
bowels move once each day and one of
the penalties for violating this law is
piles Keep your bowels regular by tak
ing a dose of Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets when necessary and
yon will never have that severe punish
ment Inflicted npon yon. Price, 25 cents.
For tale by Hudson Pbarmacv.
6topa the Cough
and works off the Cold.
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a eold
In one dir. No Care, no Pay. fries 25 cents
Subscribe for the Globe.
M. W. PAULINO, Manager.
' DO YOU WEAR
BARTON BROS. SHOES?
if : nh
They Combine Elegance, Comfort
P. H. Stephenson,
We can t you out with all needed supplies and can guaran
tee every article first-class.
We can Bell you anything from a needle to a threshing
Our stock is one of the largest in the county and our prices
defy competition. V
We want your trade.
Wattfh this space for further announcements later.
Yours for trade,
CALL AT -THE- 5 ::
riXEST BRANDS OF IHA'ES, LIQUORS and CIGARS
HUE BILLIAR AXD POOL TABLE I.Y C3.Y.Y3Cri3.V.
MRS. S. A. MADDOCK, Proprietor.
Condon, - Oregon.
GEO. W. RINEHART, Prop'r.
The public will find that no better accommodations can be -found
in this country than at-this houRe. Meala25c; beds 25c.
HEADQUARTERS FOR TRAVELOG MEH. :
LOST VALLEY LUMBER CO.
HERBERT HALSTEAD, Manager!:
ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER.
We offer a complete stock of Fine Surfaced Lumber, consisting of Flooring, Ceil-
ing, Rusticj Ship-lap ami all kinds of Rough La tuber. Cureial atten
given to bills of special siiea and dimension stuff.
MILL ONE-HALF MILE SOUTHEAST OF POST OFFICE,
LOST VALLEY, OREGON.
at the GLOBE Printery.
This popular hostelry has been
thoroughly renovated and is now
prepared to cater to the wants of
the traveling public in an up-to-date
Commercial travelers, and others,
desiring the comforts of a first-class
hotel, will find thi3 house suited to
T W. DA RMS
Attorney it Law,
Notary Public snd Conveysncsr,
Cou.I in. Or.
OonwllMn1 Irwttt-Knrit, Terms
OHh lu rt-ar ut Miotui-. uullilius, Mmu mvtt.
Offics ts Olobs BallJInf,
co !:, . . . . oitKao.
R. 1. W. VOCEt.
Specialist for R fract!oa and D Jcct$
cl tie Eye.
Will VUU Condon Xitrj Tbres UontnS.
Watch locaf Column tor Dt.
gAM X. VA2J VACTOB
OSes sorner Spring street and Orefoa aveBOt
The Regulator Line,
te Ballsj.PdanJ S Islsrii
Day Line of Steamers Et Porttift
Vancouver, Cucaic Locks, Hood Rivet
, and all Points to tlx Tas&ngton
Tb Stearorfs trt nl )rnftOT
Portland crery morning (eicpt Hunrtav) t ;
tnd Tu DtUM at g a. m., arriving at dJUn
Ilea In ample time (or outgoing tratna.
freight Kates Greatly Seduced.
W. C. AIXAWAT. Gen. AsU
Foot ol Court Street. The Dalles, Or.
mn union Pacific
TIE SCHEDULES .,
PCTV Arlington Or. , . '"""
fhlraro Salt Lake, Denver, 11-OSa.m.
Portland Ft. Worth.Omalia,
Special Kansas City, St.
S:ia. m. Lonii.Chicatjoand
ta Hunt- last.
Atlantis Fait Take. Denver, 2:11a.m.
Kipreha Ft. Worth. Omaha,
Kansas City, -St.
til Huat- I.ouis.Caieasoaiid
PLPtul Walla Walla Iw!s- 1.40 a. EU
Fat Mail toii.Spnkane.Min
11:17 p.m. iieapolU.St. Paul.
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OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDULE
. IKOll POItTLAKD.
l.-00p.m. AH calling dates 4:00 p.m.
nul'jocl to change
For San Franclseo
bail every i days,
DhIIt Columbia Rier 4:OOp.m.
Ex.bi'ixley tttam.rs. . Ex. buudaf
. 8:00 n.m.
Saturday To Astoria and Hay
10;0O p. in. iudinga. . .
:00a.m. Willamette River. 4:S0p. m.
iz. Suuday Kx. Bundaf
Oregon City, New.
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rendenue St VVaj
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t'uea., Tliur, hillKlvefa.- Sion., Wed.
ud Bk aud Fri.
Orecon City, Pny
iugs. 6:00 a.m. . Willamette RUer. 4:S0pm.
Tuea., Thwr Mon., Wed.
and Sat.- Portland to Corral- audFrt.
lis & Way Laud
logs. ...... ,.
Ir.Rlparla Snake River. L.lwlto
Daly Rlparla to Iewlston Sa.m.
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General Passenger Agsut, Portland. 0.
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' Ribbons, Neckties, Collars
Belts; Trimming &ilk Etc.
ALL PEETTY TKIHCS
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