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t -.v.. tin i- . . 4 . ,-..-'-.. -.v.. .V ..:.r. THURSDAY, MAYarneoa, TH OFFICIAL PAPER Or 01LLIAM COUNTY, OREOON. LOCAL NEWS, Oil I I'rojmt ll building a new roil dene. Try a new deal Dili time. Vote (or Ihtiin. Vote lir E'l Dunn (or county Judge. IU'i 1I right. 'Mr. W. A. Goodwin U vUltlng rola lives lit Arlington, Una of L U. Townsend's children I down with llm measles nl J. II. Down lug's residence." ' Fred Ball mid a bunch of homes hert Saturday. They were floe animal and brought good prices. For "Lilly Hud" wl.Ukey, renowned lor jmrlty and eaeellence go to Alike Bummers' Model Saloon. V. II. Ilnrron republican candidate (or sheriff, was In town during ilia week putting tli finishing toucliu on IjIi campaign. VoU (or the Initiative and referendum amendment. You will Hud It at the bottom of the ballot. Mark between the number and the word YKS. El'Iunn and P, II. tftephenaon went to Mayville yenterday to look afrer mat tera political. The chances for election of both thcie gentlemen are very flatter ing. The Saint's Mite Society will meet on Wednesdays Inatead of Thnrsdaya as heretofore. The Society line a number ofgarniente on aale at the Madden A llawea millinery store. The Initial number of The Morollulle tin la on our dunk. It I published by Wm. Holder, of the kShanlko Leader, I a eii column (olio all home print and pra aentt very creditabe appeamnce. Mr. Marqtiardeen Inform an that the machinery (or the Condon Milling Co. baa arrived at Arlington and partly who subscribed lianllng are requested to bring out their quota at their earliest couveulence. Hon. J. N. Williamson, republican nominee (or Congree, and lion J. F. Caplea addretaed a targe audience here Tuesday evening. While not an orator Mr. Willlamaon 1 a logical talker and hi remark were well received. Mr. Swift, of North Dakota, wa We the flrit of the week looking (or yearling weather. He wauled about 2000 bend to make out a train load which will be ablppedfroiu lleppner. Chan. Brown, of Hock Creek, wa with him ihowing him around. A large number o( Condoulte went to Arllngtan lat week to attend the demo cratic rally which waa held there Satur day. They report an enthusiastic meet ing and all agreed that Mr. Chamber lain' ipeech wai a good one and calcula ted to make hliu vote. Moat of the par ty returned Sunday. Meade appear to be epidemic In this vicinity lately. The children of Oli l'ropttand New Madden are down with the malady In town and Frank Palmer' In the country are alio victim. The tart I supposed to have been brought (rora Walla Walla by the children of a later ol 8. D. Fletcher who I here on a visit. C. A. Danncman, of Clem, one of (he republican candidates for representative, was in town dur ing the week. Mr. Danncman is as jolly and jovial as ever and the fact of his being a republican does not detract from his good qualities as a citizen and a gentleman. There are three representatives to be elected from this district and this fact will probably make it possible for many voters to ignore strict party lines in making their selections to fill these positions. II. J. Nott, Rev. Ed Baker and II. C. Schaffer, candidate respectively for the offices of clerk, theriff and joint represen tative on the prohibition ticket, were in town Tuesday. Mr. 8chaffer waa billed to speak here that evening but on ac count of the republican rally be deferred liia meeting until Friday evening when he will speak in the Baptist church. He is said to be finished orator and a most entertaining speaker. They are all plena nnt gentlemen and behaved well while In town and like the average candidate nil inaiat they are going to be elected. M they get enough votes. The people of Condon turned out in a body Sunday afternoon to watch the ball g.itne between the Condon and Mayville team. Condon took the bat and May ville the field. After the first two inn ings It waa evident that the Mayville lvoys bad the best of the game. The way those husky fellow struck the ball and ppun around the bases was a caution. After Condon had played nine innings and Mayville eight the score stood 21 to 4:1 in Mayviile's favor. The ninth inn ing was not played and no doubt the Condon boys were glad of it. The return Kiwue will tie played at Mayville June 8, mid the Condon boys are making some lire threats of bringing Mayviile's scalp home with them. WON'T FOLLOW ADVICE AFTER PAYINQ FOR IT. In a recent article a prominent physi cian riivb. "It is next to Impossible for the physician to get his patients to carry -out any prescribed oourse of bygaineor diet to the smallest extent; he has but ono resort left, namely, the drug treat inent." When medicines are used for chronic constipation, the most mild and gentle obtainable, such asChaniberlain'e Htdiimclt & Liver Tablets, should be em ployed. Their use Is not follwed b.J con- ni pution as they leave the bowels In a iiRtural and healthy condition. For sale by Condon Pharmacy. ' ' Wli.leinA CliHimiiMi the c'lii Mrli.ru w ho built the completed portion of lli portage road at Celilo, have pttrchacd the property under foreelorore proceed liign, for :!o&l'2. The sale wa mud at Uoldendale. About 1800,000 ha I tend been expended on the road in I It in ex pended on the road and it i estimated that f.'OO.OOO will lie required to com plete It. Portland raultallRti. are mov ing to raise that amount and complete the road, - - " No Loss of time. I have sold Cham Wlaln' Collo. Chol era and Diarrhrea Itemed for vi-ars and would rather lie out of coffee and augur than It. I aolil live ixittles o It venter day to threader that could go no further and they ere at work Hgln thla morning II. It. nm.i-H, I'lymouth, Uklahoma. A will lie wen by the above the threshers were aide to keep on with tdeir work wttnnut losing a single nay a lime. You nhould keep a bottle of this Keinady In your home. For vale by Condon Pharmacy. I. O. O. F. Grand Lodge. The grand Uxlg, I. O. O. . met at Newport and held a harmonious eeion lasting two day. The grand lodge degree wa conferred on 147 mnmheri. The reports showed an Increase of 8:10 member In the auhordinnte lodges and total membership of 8.VK). TheKetiek ah have Increased 800 w itlt a total mem ber; Mp of 0000. .The new officers (or the grand lodge are: Kobert Andrew, of Portland, grand master; Jose Micelli, Itoeeburg, deputy grand master; J, A. Mills, Independence grand warden; E. E. Bheron, Portland, grand secretary ; Byron Miller, Portland, grand treamirer. The Uehekahs elected Florence Atwuod Baker City, president ; Llxxie llowell Oregon City, vice-president; Nora Har nett, Athena, warden ; Ora Prosper, Pal las, Secretary ; Margurite Allingham, llalaey, treamirer. r Whooping Cough. A woman who ban hail extwienre with this discs, tells how to prevent an v dangerous rotiricqowniteii from It, She say: Our ti.ree children took whooping cough test summer, our bnhy being only three month old, and owing to our giv ing them Chamlierlitin'a Cough Kemedy they lout none of their plumpne and rameontin much better health than other children who-e parent did not use tlii remedy. Our older girl would call lustily (or cough svmp lietween whoops, Jaeeia I'ikkky Hall. Springfield, Ala. This Kemedy Is (or aale by Condon Pharmacy. HAVE YOU THE GRIP OR A COLD? We guarantee every box of Lang's Laxative Cold Cure to break up a cold and cure la grippe. For sale only by Condon Pharmacy LEADING DUOGLST8. Bring us your prescriptions " Oranges, Lemons, Bananas On hand this week. also . Beef, Pork, Poultry etc. Finest Candies, Nuts and Cigars. ELGIN MYERS. BARR BUILDING, CONPQN ORE, 5 vinnuinjLru fuuuuuuj xnnnnnnru AJAX. Ocar Maley weut to Condon Saturday on business. Pliter & Barker are busy dipping their heep thla week. Mis Miller went to Alville Saturday to ride the grange oat. Clift Maley went over to Morrow county on buslnes Sunday. Mr. and Mr. Andrew Palmer attended the Urange at Alville Saturday. Lena Shannon i visiting with her sis ter Mr. Oscar Maley this week. Mis Nora Miller visited at the home of Mre. Maley Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. House, parents of C. H. HouHe, left (or the Willamette valley last week. Mr. Ed Palmer ami two children, Jenuie and Harry went to Alville Satur day to attend the grange. Farrar A Maley Bros, are riding In this neighborhood gathering cattle to be delivered to Urant Wa le on May 27 at the Ten-mile corral. Ed Palmer, who I drilling a well (or Blain Maley, at Alville, struck water at a depth of fifty feet and about five min utes before supper time water came pouring in at the rate of a gallon a min ute. The teacher and pupils of Ajax were very busy last week on account of month ly examination. And Friday evening school closed with an interesting program A number of visitors were present and all were pleased to see so many. This show that the people of Ajax take an interest in their school. Sport and Topsy. Sclatlo Rheumatism Cured After Fourteen Yeara of Sufferleg. "I have lieen afflicted with sciatic rheu matism (or fourteen years," says Josh Edgar, of Germantown,Cal. "I was able to be around but constantly suffered. I tried everything I could hear of and at last waa told to try Chamherlain'a Pain Balm, which I did and was immediately relieved and in a short time cured, and I am harwv to sav it has not return ed.? Whv not ns this liniment and get well?" Sold by Condon Pharmacy, CLARKE & FRAZER Make a specialty of Doors, Windows, Mouldings, Locks, Nails and all builders' trimmings. Also Wall Paper, Paints, Oils and Glass. Hardware and Furniture, Dishes ancj Enameled Ware. , Get bur prices. WE WILL HOT BE UNDERSOLD. Choice Stall-fed Beef, iFinest Mutton and Pork j The Condon Meat Market 1i and Confectionery, JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor. We now have A LARGE STOCK OF Drugs, Patent Medicines, and Toilet Articles. We have lately added a Complete Line of Paints, Oils and Stationery. Our Goods are Fresh and our Prices are Right. Wilson's Pharmacy. Mrs. R. E. Armstrong and her mother, Mrs. Slater, left Friday for The Dalles w here they ex pect to reside. Old Soldier's Experience. M. M. Austin, a civil war veteran of Winchester Ind., writes : " My wife w as sick a long time In sptte of good doctor's treatment, but was wholly cured by Dr. King's New Life Pills, which worked wonders for tier health." They always do. Try them. Only 25o. Sold by Con don Pharmacy. Siteep shears, whetrocks and lamp black best quality at Clarke & Frazer's. Miss Ethef ilollenbeck wenttoCalilor nia last week to visit relatives. It Saved His Lee. P. A. Danforth, of LaGrange Ga., suf fered (or six months with a frightful run ning sore on hi leg; but writes that Bucklen's Arnica Salve wholly cured it in five days. For Ulcers, Wounds, Piles it's the beet salve in the world. Cure guaranteed. Only 25c at Condon Pharmacy, Gfet Clarke & Frazer's prices on Doors, Windows and Trimmings before buying elsewhere.. We offer this week the He largest and best line of Boots and Shoes ever on sale 3 in Condon. s 2 Lateststyles in Hats and Gent's Furnishings. 3 DUNN BROS; uuiwiauuiuiauuaiuumiiiaiuiauiiuuiuuaiiiiiiiaui Something to Please tlie Eye A grand dipplay of Spring and Summer goods. Anything you wiHh in the line of Ladies' Wearing Apparel. Shoea, Gloves, Delta, straight front Cornets and Girdles.'" In WaUts we carry a large assortment of the latest styles.' When in Condon do not fail to call and inspect our fine li.ne of - Summer Dress Goods j including Lawns, Dimities, Foulards, Zephyr, Ginghams, Persians, Organdies, Swiss Etc. P. H. STEPHENSON, RELIABLE MERCHANT, $ Mtp'i t M i -. , 1 1 Spring and ' Summer, 1902. We beg to announce to our numerous friends and patrons that we soon expect to open, for their inspection and approval, the finest line of SPUING AND SUMMER GOODS ever offered in Gilliam County. We handle General Merchandise which means that we can supply you with any article needed, from the finest fabrics in Dry Goods, Clothing and Furnishing Goods to the most substantial and latest improved gang plow, freight wagon or other farm implement or machine. Our gro - eery department is stocked with a complete line of the finest brands of Staple and Fancy Groceries and our line of Shelf and Heavy Hardware is up-to-date. WADE BROS. THE BID STORE OLEX, - OREDON vui-njxrinnnjijinnnn THE f I CONDON 1 HOTEL J mm THIS POPULAR HOSTELRY Has been thorongbly renovated and is now prepared to cater to the w ants of the traveling pnblic. Com mercial travelers and others desiring the comforts of a first-class hotel will find this house sailed to their wants. Mrs. S. A. Maddock, Propr. uinjxnjxnjnnjmruvnjuuxnnjruxru 'uinumnjvimnjirinn s umitiit Qaloon FRED WILSON, Proprietor Finest brands of pure domestic and imported Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Fine Billiard and Pool tables in connection. A model resort enjoying the patronage of a quiet, orderly trade. Customers always pleased. CONDON, OREGON -9 MEALS 25c. BEDS 25c r w. t a turns Attorney at Law, Notary Publla and Conveyancer, !. (it. rn-ffeftn4fnnran. Ttrmt rotih Ctiu lu rr ul nu!!u' buiUJiu, Maui awti s. a. rrriso 10 tab mua Offle la Gioba Building. C0r!, . ... OkKGOff. C. E. RAH0US CCMTEACTOa AK3 'tJlLCtt- Plaits and Specifications on application. Job work neatly done on short notice and at reasonable- rates ............. . Condon Oregon. J. V. KERII House and Sign Painter. TAVER IlAXGIXa. CAHRIACE PAINTIH8 A SPECIALTY- Headquarters at either Drug Store. CONDON, : : OREGON. LATEST DESIGI1S IN WALL PAPER I have just received a large Invoice of wall paper in lat est atylea and patterns. About a ton of it on hand and most be sold by Jane 1. PHeeiwonderf ally low. Es timates famished. 7. A. DARLIHQ. t 11 i i if i u 'VC a5 Union Pacific TO SALT LAKE, DEIIVEIl, KANSAS CITY, CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS. EAST EVEBYVIIEOE Ocean Steamers be tween Portland and San Francisco every five days. LOW RATES INEHART'S RESTAURANT The public will find that no better accom- N modations can be found in this county than this" place. Good meals, clean beds. HEADQUARTERS FOR TRAVELING MEN GEO. W. RINEHART, Prop. CORDON, OREGON For Sale. f)20 acres of fine land 1 )g miles north of Condon, SOOof which is in cultivation. 275 acres y2 miles eB9t of town, 113 acres of which is in cultivation, balance of which is In pasture. Plenty of good water for stock on both places. Also 19 head of horses, 15 of which are ftood hea vy work horses. Harness for 14 head. 3 irood wagons, header, header beds, gang plows, walking plows, drills, har rows, hack, buggy andjall other necessary 8ry implements for conducting a flrst-clasa ranch. All nnder three wire fence. Good orchard, three large gran aries will hold 3500 sacks of grain, shed barns for over 20 head of horses, dwelling house etc. For price and terms enquire of Patrick Skklly. tf Condon, Oregon. CHIEF gAM E. VAN V ACTOR ATTORNEY-AT-LAW , W1U practice In all the Courts. 1 Office 'Main Street. CONDON - : - - OREGON. For ticket rates and particulars write to agent O. R. & N. Co. at Arlington, Oregon, or to the undersigned, A. L. CRAIG, G. P. & T. A. Portland Oregon. Will mukt' tlii? m'iimiii m 1C02 Ht my rnn'h st Coinlon. This is undoubtedly the fiuesl jmk In theenintyand honemen who desire iho beit should tail nd see hiiu. - . Pkdiq kkr Name, Cheif ; color bine ; ace S yews; bred by Smith Eokeln, of Crliforma; Blre Stem Vindcr(BU.'k Mummoth Jack); grand sire, Im Vortud Kentucky jack; 1st dam, Malta Jetmio (imported). For terms, etc., enquire ol the undersigned F. Cpi!(!oii: Or. CONDON SHOE SHOP All kinds of repair work npatly one;I have put in a general stock of Men's Wnneh's and Children's custom made shoes. Also carry the WatermBn Ideal FnmitHin Pen. My goods are strictly first-class. Call tnd In spect my stuck be (or buying eise- bete. - . O V. l EOPST & Co. Props. Main Street, Condon, Oregon. Headquarters Foi PcMorris' Telephone Supplies. Condon, Oregon.