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HIE COliDQIi GLOBE tK'J RSDAY NOVtN?BER2r7 red." NOTICE. In'IIiiiw t MHii rHMI. Vii lwk thW )wr the lon1wtg ni-wl M.in ttt le ConMt rmt HiVKenT !rVm1 iwrt w M Ki'mliMV hi tlw mw tltvtr rrr tn tii'lv!llhivl. f rsnvw tnitat I riaiutt y the wriVr. m ntwianriv f.r puU HralVni, Mit an e1hbrnnr4& frtrtli, iint GETI.V YOUR ASTE. "J rntnc ik that ye bo ik ).ttgv4. Thou hyiotrKi", fir ot the brum n Of thine ova eyt; awl t'v.s wtt th. v ot .r- to cart out the mot ont ei tk? bnUl- eye." -Matlbow, Ytl, and ft.- Apropos to the big howl which the Weekly isr trying to wake m ' regard to the nomination andtle' tioH of a deiiracriUic county treas urer during the last comity cam paijrn. it might be in order for the tVeakly to explain that little mat ter which! caure uj so sutfifenly in the last republican county conven tion over the nomination of a can didate for t he same office. How did it happen that Reisach 6f. who was currently reported to have practically all of the conven tion plettgedF to him het that body adjourned for noofy arise in nia place just after noon and de cline the nomination just before the ballot was taken and just after Barker was nominated? Did Bar ker "run a whizzer'' on hitu during the dinner hour and threaten' to Rot his pack saddles repaired and his tugs mended at some other shop and intimate that no Dutch man could inherit the kingdom of heaven, in the republican camp, who dared to hunger and thirst After the county treasurership? Was Barker such a big political boss that the postmaster simply had to lay down four aces to a jack high or was the 1. M. 80 wise as to read the handwriting on the wall to the effect that. the next county treasurer was to be a democrat? The Weakly will please answer these queries in its next effort for the information of a large and re t psctable wing of the republican party who are not posted on ring history and methods. The Globe don't ask for its own benefit; it's a pretty good guesser itself. Farther: In regard to our "runl-li-colored" political record," Weakly, it is open to inspection. So is our business and official and social record, if we have sold out a po litical friend or repudiated a debt Or misappropriated a public fund or Wrecked and ruiued an innocent young life dig it up and publish it. May we do the same with all the backers and attaches of the Weak ly? We pause for an answer. We may have a whole deck up Our sleeve. Get in your ante or quit the game. That Throbbing Headache. Would qnickly leave yoa, if yon used l)r. King's New Life Pills. Thousands Of sufferers bave proved their matchless merit for' Sick or Nervons Headaches. They make pare blood and build opyodr health. Only 25 cents. Jlonev back if Dot cared. Sold by Condon Pharmacy The circuit court of Marion county has refused to grant a re straining order. against the county eourt in the matter of having the county books experted. The coun ty officials demurred to the action of the county court in employing experts to examine the books but the higher court says the work lnust be done. The experts will begin their work in a few days. Great Luck Of An Editor. " For two years all efforts to cure Ecze ma in the palms of my hands failed," writes Editor H.. N. Lester, of Syracuse, Kan., "then I was wholly cured by Bucklens Arnica Salve." It's the world's best for Eruptions, Korea and allekin dis eases, only 25 cents atCondon Pharmacy ARLINGTON NOTES. About 75 head of horses were sold here Mondny for the British eavalry. J.W.O borne was in from Willow Creek Monday. C. L. Vining was in from his ereek ranch Saturday. Misses Darling and Mc Kinney were in from Croy Monday. Road Supervisor Rice was here this fceek. J L Blalcck was in town Monday. He (ays there are thousands of geese down in hie country. The Ladies' Aid of the Baptist church w ill give an entertainment Tuesday Nov 26ih. Win Looney, of Condon, aged 69 years brought in a load of wheat from Li rHtich Monday. He will soon be past the three score and ten mile post. Lambert C'lartt, of Blalock, started to fechnol here, John Cunningham has been improv ill!? niul enlmgiiiK his barfi. .The Chmuli residence will soon be tt nti v for iurui:incy. im Muiitngiit)" . relumed Monday fii'iii Oii-t" ii Citv licrw he has been t l.i. ii . i..,. , mm.. i - , wuuuruuuuvAAnx SCHOOL NOTES BTRL SMIX STOX, tMton The Literary Soeiety me t Friday eK ternoon. A very interesting program tm rendered by the seventh grade. Owing to stormy weather but few visi tor were present. The ixth grade will bare erercies teaionow (Friday). Frwi Andenon and Lnlu KeUttr are still tlnut oa aevoawt ef eirkuese. Amorg the new pniU enrolled daring the pt-l month are: Tala King and Howl Moor in the intermediate room 4 Charlie 11 ice and Nora Wallace in the principal's department. There are now 147 pupila enrolled". Of ih9e JO are in the Drinciral'a room. & in vUe intermediate annd i5 loth primary. The attendance it much better than last year, averaging abont 125 daily, and bnt few caste of tarditiesa have been re ported. Most of the pupils eeem to take great interest in the school, Miss Hatstead is still nnable to take charge of her room owing to the fact that she has suffered a relapse of the lever and Miss Belle Wilson is still in charge of that department. Jumped on a Tn Penny Nail. The little daughter of Mr. J. N. Powell jumped oo an inverted rake made of ten penny nails, and thrust one nail 3ntirly (hrotrgh her foot and a second one half way through. Chamberlain's Tain Balm was promptly applied and five minutes later the pain bad ceased and no more suffering was experienced. Iu three days the child was wearing her shoe as nsual and with absolutely no discomfort. Mr. Powell is a well known merchant of Forkland, Va. Pain Balm is an anti septic and heals sncb. injuries without maturation and in one-third the time re quired by the usual treatment. For sale by Hudson Pharmacy. Miss Mabel 1 litis tead has had a re lapse of the typhoid. Mrs. Henry Cuendet, who has been down for tome time with typhoid, is im proving slowly. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab lets cure biliousness, constipation and headache. They 'r easy to take and pleas aut in effect. Sold by Hudson Pharmacy Monthly Report I. S. S. The following is the report of High land Branch, International Sunshine Society, of Clem, for October: Letters written 15, 1 roll reading mat ter sent oat, baskets bought of an inval id, canceled stamps sent to a cripple and reading matter and a birthday book sent to a cripple New members received are: Mrs. Ag nes and Ellen Palmer, of Ajaz and Miss Nora Miller, of Olex. Oar recent sale was not the success we bad hoped it would be but we have faith that the members will all donate something for Christmas work. Christ mas cards etc. and postage stamps will be acceptable. Donations may be left at Otis Propst's shoe shop in Condon. Members will please remember oar regular meeting on the first Sunday of each month. Will meet at home of the president in December. Our motto is : "Have you bad a kindness shown? Pass it on. Twas not meant for yoa alone, Pass it on." So if we bave something not needed, we should send it to some afflicted per son and let friendly greetings be passed on. Axsa Wester, Ellex R. Pbopst. Secretary. President When yoa feel that life is hardly worth the candle take a dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They will cleanse your stomach, tone up your liver and regulate your bowels making yoa feel like a new man. For sale by Hudson Pharmacy. SCHOOL STOCKINGS For boys and girls. We bave a doable kneed stocking that is guaranteed to resist wear and tear as bravely as good mate rial and workmanship can. They are the cheapest yoa can buy for yonr boy or girl. The celebrated "Iron clad" brand. For sale by P. H. Stephenson. Key West and Havana cigars at the Condon Pharmacy. 'visit DR. JORDAN'S gkct LiUSEun of mmiv t051 MARKET ST.. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL (Km BUtk u4 Smalk. ) .The ifrgnt Aulomlcal Utueom u iu v ur j. Oreaiat attraction In On CUu. A leofiderulilvlUorvUltort. Si) WrkaaiM, or tny contract- ttldhMM.BMlilvalrcarrdhy ' the oldeat BnecUHet on th i'Miflo i CoMt. iMtblWhtd M ynru. A OB. JORDAN-PBIVATE DISEASES x mrm and nl44i f Kcrra wen whn . r . aurutM A Irum Hi effect of youthful Indln- f r"r. irrvoii(und Dhnlcnl Iblii i L'lCllU IB Or RI -HUM tti n . I.i . vr. E.oMutiodnlcmp. I csiloti; KcrmMrrha, Pruatnior i rhrem onorrliM, 4ile., rrqB,r ut Urlnailn;, i. 117 it combination of rfmxlle,of mm curatlr power, the Doctor I .jiduiib..i inn ireHiment iimt It will not I c".re- , ? Doctor doe not claim to peiform k wmij u(u MiimrtjKti renpi. out Derm&iiamt w uii'-iw. uu m wen Kwivrn lo (HI t IMir lid W . nn:ir Pliynlclsn und Burgeon, nre-emluaut liuhlnclultr-DIMCr Mvn. a nrfHii.iv ihnMiwhi.w..riitMiir ) - - - m J si-uiuiiu uuw tb txturm without the beeofMtrrurv. YrmmJliiH by an Expert Badlenl ) wr for Ruplnr. A qulclr tnrt rnrticd Cfinifor rll. riaaBM ami Vl.lMln I. I .w iwiium iuuiutiu&) f KTKBT MAM pplrlng too will rclv T at honrst tjpUicn ut blkcninplulnt. ,4 V4 wUi unrmie a tOUITIVM CVTtK m V I W"i com w iirirrn. Vnmiiiiiin FitKK a ntnrtiT priTat. CHARGES VJiRT BKAHONABL& Treimut permasllr or by leiler. Writ for Rnnk. pniidtopiiT aw IARWI40B. MailkoPuu (A Vkla&b; tovM. uti men.) or unit DX. 19R0AN ft CO.. 1 0BI Market tt. S. P. signature U on every bos of fie genuine Laxative BromO'QuiMn? ram. the remedy that enrea coW Is . iiy City Lots For Sale. Having recently fccuretl the Condon Townsite irotn the Arlington National Bank, I beg to announce to the public that I wilt offer a limited number of choice residence and business locations at the old scale of prices. I do this to accommodate a number of persons who were about to close deals for the purchase of lots at the time the proper ty was taken from the market a few weeks ago by the for mer owners, XOW IS THE TIME to secure BARGAINS in Condon real estate. If yoa wait until the railroad reaches Condon you may expect to see prices double up rapidly. Condon is now one of the best business points in East ern Oregon and with the won derful resources of the country still practically undeveloped, it is sure to continue to grow in population and wealth. This section is bound to have better transportation facilities in the near future and Condon seems destined to become the terminus of such a road. Now is the time to get on the band wagon without using a step-ladder. I will also conduct a gener al real estate business. List your property with me. For particulars call on or address J. E. Lancaster, Condon, Ore. Office in Globe building. Reward Notice. I will pay a reasonable reward for the delivery at my ranch 3 miles north of Condon or for information leading to the recovery of the following described stock : I old red cow with white calf fol lowing her; 1 dark red cow dehorned ; about 18 head of yearling steers and heif ers. All of this stock is branded JA con ected.on left hipor ribs and part of them have a bar ( )over the letters. Earmark crop off right swallow fork on left. Also I 2-year-old Hereford ball branded FB connected on right hip. A. S. Rice, Reward for Horses. I have about 40 head of horses on the range branded S or on either shoulder or left hio. I will pay $2 00 per head for the return of any or all of this stock to my ranch on Matney Flat or will pay a suitable reward for infor mation ieading to their recovery. 36d39. R. E. Summers, Condon, Ore. For Sale or Trade. One 8-foot Superior diec drill in good running order. One Canton Clipper 3- bottom, 12-inch plow with extra shears. A. S. Rice Condon, Ore. BUY THE SEWING MACHINE Do not be deceived by those who ad vertise a $60.00 Sewing Machine for 120.00. This kind of a machine can be bought from us or any of our dealers from f 15.00 to $18.00. WC MAKE A VARIETY. THE NEW. HOME IS THE BEST. The Feed determines the strength or weakness of Bewhig Machines. The Double Feed combined with other strong point makes the JSew Home the beat Bewhig Machine to buy. showing the dlf. fcrent atylon of we manufacture and price bcfoTopurc) Ming THE HEW HOHS SEWIM MASHIhE 60. MANAC, 38 Union Bq. If. Y., Chicago, I1L, Atlanta, Ga, tH.Loul8,Ma Dallas,Tex.,8an KruncUoo, Cat ; roa SALE BV Subscribe for the Globe. Only fl,50 a year rT ,Si Treasurer's Notice. All county warrants registered prior to Aug. 1, 1900, will be paid npon pre sentation at my office. Interest ceases after Nov. 1, 1901. I II. Stephenson, Treasurer of Gilliam county, Oregon. U. L. Neal, the well known auction eer, will give the strictest attention to all business entrusted to his care. If yoa have property to eell consult him. 8XESIFF SAIL Notice U hereby given that an exeeation and order of tale wa laracd cut of the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, Gilliam County, on th Ktb. day of October, 1901, npon a decree therein rendered ow the ISth. day of September, 1901, In favor of John Denny at exeetfWr of the latt will and tettameat of Ellaa Denny, deceased, plain Uffand agalnat Gertrude J. Denny, at executrix ol the latt will and teitatnent of O, N. Denny, deceated, and Gertrade J. Denny defendant! which tald exeeation and order of tale It to me directed and commit nding me to tell the proper ty hereinafter dmeribed, for the pnrpoee of satis fying the Judgement of the plaintiff In said catue for the turn ot Kighteeu Thousand Three Hundred Fifty three and S5-100 Dollar, with in terest thereon at t per cent per annnra, from the 18 day of September, 1901, and the costs and disbursements of said suit taxed at 114 2S and 500.00 attorney's fees aud interest thereon at A per cent per aunum from September 18, 1901. Therefore, In compliance with said execution and order of sale, I wlli on SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 1901, at the boor of 11 o'clock, a. m. at the Court House door in Condon, Gilliam Couuty, Oregon, tell at public auction to the highest bidder for rath In band, for the parpose of satisfying the Judgement and decree above mentioned the fol lowing described real property, lo-wit: Lots 19, 20, 21 and 22 tn Block B. Block C. Block 1 lying south of Block 11. Block 2 lying west of Columbia street Lots 2, 4, 8, 9, IS. 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23 in Block 5. Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 In Block 6. LoUl, 2,3, 4, 3, 8, 9, 10, 18, 19, 21 and 22 In Block 7. Lots 1, 2, 3, 4,5,8.7,8,9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, IS, 16 and 17 In Block S. Lota 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.6. 7, 8. 9, 10, It, 12, 13. 14, 15, 19, 22, 23 and 24 in Block 9. AU of Block 10 except Lots 23 and 24. Lots 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9, 10,11,15,16,17.18 and 19 In Block 11. Allot Block 12. LoU5. 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, II, 15 and 16 In Block 13. All of Block 14 and 15. Lota 8 and 20 In Block 4. Block 2 lying south of A street and Block Hying west of Columbia street. All in Denny's addition to the town of Arlington, in Gilliam County, Oregon. Dated this 19tb. day of October, 1901. W. U Wilcox, Sheriff1 of Gilliam Connty, Oregon Do You Want to Buy or Sell REAL ESTATE? If you do list your property, or make your wants known, to , u?. Our correspondents in other cities place us in a position tOjBeeure purchasers for property on short notice. Live stock and all kinds of personal property handled. Office in Globe Building. Correspond with us. Lancaster & Pattison, Condon, - t rwsuvwwnruruviriruinniirVvuyn Splendid Specimens Superior Skill I the exprcMfnn of almottt every pennn who him examined xamplea of work executed ut thi nttlre. Hiiperlor iirlnttiiK in the kind you want. Work thut la done In a alovenly manner la the Kind thut nelthernaya the buulueas man nor tne printer. All the printing tent out from thin ofneo la neat and attractive. 8, A. PATTISON rUBUKHKR THE irvuirLriAJVWtsuuvinjiruw THE INTERIOR WAREHOUSE GO. HIGHEST MARKET PRICES PAID FOR GKAlX GENERAL WAREHOUSE BUSINESS CONDUCTKD BALFOUR, CUTHRIE & CO , M'C'RS. ARLINCTON, BLALOCK, DOUCLAS, I0NE LORD & CO. Pullman Ordinary Sleepers The tourist travel between the Kast and the Tacifio 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 "Pullman Ordinary Sleeper." These cars appear similar to the regular sleepers 11 ng built ou the same plan, bat not tarnished with the same elegance. They are equipped with mattresses, blanket, sheets, pillows, pillow-cases, towels, combe, brashes, ect. , requiring nothing of the kind to be famished by the passenger. Each car has a stove for making tea and coffee nd doing "light honsekeeping", and each section can 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 withont change, and the one in the "Atlantic Express" runs to Kansas City without change, Passengers In this car for Chicago change to a similar carat Granger. Much of the first class travel Is being enrried in these cars, the rates being lower, ami the service nearly, equal to that in the palace sleepers. For rates snd full information, includ ing folders' write to A. L. Craio, General Passenger Agent, O. R. A N. Co. Portland, Oregon. Wall Paper. I will close out my big stock of wall paper, window shades etc., at cat prices. I have just received a big stock of modern up-to-date patterns. Call early and se cure bargains. V. A. Darunq. Purely Business.' Baths Hot and cold water, clean tow els, only 25 cents at Condon hotel. - Oregon. i of A RIGID SCRUTINY OK OUR SAMPLES REVEALS NOTHING BUT GOODNEB8 CONDON CLOSE PRINTERY The Arlington Saloon C W. WHITE A CO., PROPRIETORS Fine domestic and imported Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Bil liard and Pool tables run in connection. First-class goods is our pride. Fresh, cool MILWAUKEE BEER kept constantly on draught. Our constantly increasing patronage testifies to the fact that we understand how to please our customers. MAIN STREET Condon, : : : Oregon KERR ClFFCa A CO- HOPS. ...GRAIN... Stored with us will receive the careful attention of experienced warehousemen. Barb wire, nails, salt, sugar, lime, cement, feed and mill stuffs always on hand in any quantities. (Jen eral storage and forwarding. A trial makes you our customer. Arlington Warehouse Co D. B. THOMAS, Manager ARLINGTON, - - OREGON , The Condon Barn Only first-class livery and Feed Stable in the city. Fine new rigs and good teams. Special attention to all stock loft in oar care. Large, strong corrals in connection. Our terms are reas onable and we solicit your patronage. Springston & Rogers, Proprietors Lruuxruijvruijxrinjxnxuxruir FOR OUR CUSTOMERS FINEST STEAKS AND CHOICEST BEEF. A L NEW STORE AT ALVILLE v WE HAVE JUST OPENED AN KLEOANT 8TOCK OK ImV OOO08, NOTIONS, CT0T1IIN0, (iltOCKKIKH, HAKDWAKK, TINWARE, TOBACCO, CAND1E8, ETC., IN FERHY CANYON AND CORDIALLY SOLICIT A SHAKE OF YOUR I'ATKONAUV LOW PRICES, FAIR TREATMENT AL & L. E. MC CON NELL 'nNal'IBNsB4BTJBN Under New Kentucky Liquor Store COMPLETE STOCK OF FINEST DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. THE FAMOUS HOP GOLD BEER ON DRAUGHT. RETPLINGER & BATES, PROP'S, ARLINGTON, ORE. Chickens and Eggs Wanted. 3. L. Sch river will pay the highest cash price for fresh eggs and spring chickens and guarantees his customers that he will make this of fer good at all seasons of the year. He has arranged to ship all surplus eggs to Portlund Whenever the market is over- stocked. Sue trim at Cute Dt Schriver, j r. WOOD, M. D. Physician and Surgeon lnr iid night' elli irotnitly nitwervd Offlo Mul'ii ttrrt'l near Puiif. fatNUON, ... . OIlKl lyjKNKKKIi ili WIljiON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Til K rAl.l.K., ORKtioy. QK. U. r IILTUKII. RESIDENT DENTIST AKI.tyuTOS, . OKKtiON. Will be in Coiiilim ilia Ut ttwKhi owhiuimth' rimmiit'liii July Cmwii HrlilKv mi l I'lMta work a niwulty. IVetli axtrartml wttlmiit rltt. All Work guar-' atitwit. t'ONDOS Ot'KH'B OVr.R , , W'II.St)N'a I'HARMAt'Y, C. S. PALMER, prtistiq Barber. Sloelc Shaves and Hair-cutf4i Razors honed and re-ground CONDON - - ORECOH. O. S. EBI, rRorrtiKrou of SODA and J07TN G 11 OA'A'S Manufacturer of Soda', Orango and Ciut m pagne Cider, Hnnaparilla and Iron and all other Soft and Carbonated l)rinki. Condon trade it respect fully solicited. Orders promptly filled Arlington, Ore- IXAXCN MOUSES: BLALOCK, QUINITS ROASTS CUT FROM COOD THINGS AT JOHII JACKSON'S Management "p. I Nlt-KLIN1, DENTIST omcc 80S Di-ku m BniMiwr, roriliiiid. Orrgc Will be In Condon on or about October tercmamtora short iiiv " ;