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THURSDAY. 8KPTEM8SR M. Itf0, -THE OPriCIAL PAPER Or GILLIAM COUNTY. OREGON. - CoimJom llllltnery Co. y John BtlH' baby li vary .rlotily Ml. Latealilyttfaia ku at Condon 1111 lluery Co'. Mli Mary Wlirll ratarned Sunday fruui visit to tit Vullf y. ' Mrt. IMIeinan mill har in I'mnk, of May ville, were In tuwti M"itlay, Mr. Al Collin rioiitjr III dur ing tli week but U now better. , ,HM Saturday, September 6, 101)2, to the wife of Wilbur l'ryor, of Furry Canyon, a fin wa. (1. W. Ulneliartretnrnml from lit v lu ll to Ian county FiltUy. II U ouie what liiipruvtl in health. Herman l'alh)g waa here from Purt- ImihI Hundav. il ripect U lelurn to tiiliiain for keep nit fiprliiK. Dr. riliaw waa called to Lone IWk MonJav evening to annul Joseph Ub- inaon who wa Injured by falling from a building. Note the Condon Pharmacy' new ad. Mr Wheat their jeweler ami optician I trlotly flm-rla In bi lint and guar anty all hi work. Kupt, V. R. Neal and hi darufhter, . Ml Jennie, leave thl morning for Monmouth whi the In tier III enter tha Stat Normal Bchool. Ml Minerva Neat will go Fowl I to morrow w her li will have charge of the primary rooiu of thn public ec.huol which commence Monday. At it lt meeting the Connty Court !ec.uVd to employ an ex fieri to go over thi county book. We understand the work will be commenced at an early dale. Mr. and Mr. Bam Ramay, of May vllle.and Mr. Btokea, of Poitll, were pacng!ira on Sunday' aiagt homeward hound afUir a vlit to Portland and the Const. v Mr. and Mr. Christopher Roger left Tuetday for their old home at King' Valley to ipernl the Winter. They will "v make the trip overland and expect to be about ten day on the road. Pchool will open one week from next Monday, September 22ml. The oorp of teacher already employed are! Prof, W. 11. Neal, principal; Mlt Melt Wit eon, Intermediate; Mi llirthner, pri mare, Marthel Armstrong "ran in" a trlb of ' "never weate" the other day to give thero a chance to get anlwr enough to leave town. Coudon can get along first rate without that particular brand of ltlen. Mis Nannie Tatllmn, of Cannntburg, Pa., who ha been bere for a couple of week visiting her brother, darted on tier retnrn to the Enat Monday morning. Her brother, E. II. Paulson, took her to Arlington by private conveyance. The Condon Millinery Co. ha juat opened a flue line of Fall and Winter Millinery in their wire on Spring atreet. their etock, which lin twen carefully eelectet,i fresh an I up-to-date audtheir trimmer la one of the ltto be found. All the ladie should call and eee them. ' C.J. Milli. live etock agent for the O. H. & N. Co., was . here daring the week looking up data regarding freight tonnage for his Company, lie went from here to Mayville and Fossil on the tuna mission. Dan Thoinaa, of the Ar Kington Warehouse Co was with him, Mrs. At McConnell and her daughter, Mr. Carter, of Alvllle, Dr. Jack Jrvi, 'the Mayville apothecary, and Mr, Edle ; man, a merchant of the same city, pass . 'd through town Friday on their way from the historic capitol of Keys' Flat , to the .modern metropolis of Ferry Can yon. Mrs. McConnell proved to the rest of the party that she would uot take a "dare" and the Ulobr was ahead a good new Item. ; R. L. Smith, of AJkx, was in town Friday on hia wey home from a trip to tha mountains. He has been spending few week In the vicinity of 8uan ville where his sons are summering ' thelr sheep. Mr. Smith is an old time miner and, of course, con Id not refrain from doing a litUo prospecting during the trip with the result of holding au interest to a promising quarts location, lie think there la a rich mineral de posit In the fiusauville. district and ",. Mhat It wlH enmeday be a livelier camp than it 1 today. W. S. My era. Dr. Nlcklin, Jean La-1 nous and ft. K. Wilson returned Moo - lay from a delightful trip to Armstrong " Springs, in Urant county. AM were ' much benefited in health. Mr. and Mrs 11. K. Searcy also returned at the same time, B. K. is also mneh Improv ed. We learn by a letter from our reg 'lar correspondent at the Springs, which rnme too late for oar last istme, that ftearey and Nickiln both had a relapse the day they were beaten at target prac tice by a little 13-year-old girl and thoir - friends are hereby requested to refrain from "joshing" them about it. Both have been crack shots and are naturally little sore over the Incident. C. It. Baker was kicked on the right hand by . one of hia freight horses, a week airo last Friday, while on his way to Arlington. Although the band pain l him a good deal it did not occur to "V him that any bones were broken and -being gritty he wouldn't ault work for a little thing like that but kept on freight-. tog until last Monday. - He then hap , penedtoshow the hand to Dr.. 'Wood who at once told htm that a bone was hroken. Charlie did not like to believe it until the doctor "ui taking hold of the thumb and '.'pulling the fracture to place. .The doctor thtm fixed It nplu good shspe hut it is doubt ful if Mr. Baker will quit work long for . little thing like that. Tho Institute., The Annual Teacher' Institute which wa held at Arlington last week, I spok en of as the moat iicceanful ever held In the county, A large unuiler of leach era were present and all evinced a lively Interest In the work. Hiate Superintend eiitJ.il. Ackerman, Prof. K. F. Itob Inaon and Prof, L. It. Traver were the Instructors, all of whom are recognised aa being among the best In that line of work In the Northwest. Interesting lectures were given at the evening ion. fcnpt. Ackermau occu pied tha platform Monday evening President P, L. Cainphell.Tueidayeven ing and Kv. Cartten Wednesday even lug. Excellent program of vocal and Instrumental music, recitation etc. wall rendered enuh eveuing by local la I ent, tieing highly appreciated and enjoy ed by the visitor. Hut perhaps tha most pleasant feature of the meeting were It social aspect Tb keen Iniereit manifested In the suc cess of the institute and the comfort of the visitors by the people of Arlington, made possible the high degree of eucve attained. Every cltlsen took a persoti) Interest in making the occasion one long to tie rememlx'red in educations! circle of this county and all vied with each other In providlug entertainment and good cheer for their guests, the visiting teacher, all of whom were entertained most royally la the private home of the city. Hnpt, Neal it to be congratulated on the success of the institute for which be ha labored o ardurously. It show what a competent official can accom- plieh for the cause of education w lien loyally supported by the people of the town lu which the Institute is held. Working Day and Night. The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made was Dr. King's New Life Pills. Theee fill change weak ness Into strength, lilleeuesinlo ener gy, brain fag Into menial power. They're wonderful in Imlliting op the health. Only 25a per box at Condon Pharmacy. ARLINGTON NOTES. Our new telephone icirl is quite popu lar. Cieo Biggs visited Portland durlug the week. " ' Robt. Pattison came in from Condon Monday. tieo McLaughlin is at the Carnival thl week. Jesse Edwards was down from Samp ler this week. ' J. 11. Wood and family are taking In the Carnival this week. Ed Tdey i-H mo up from Eugene and aent out to Olex Batnrdav. Leon Butcher and mother returned from the Carnival Monday. Mr. Shank was called to the bed-side of his father, at Mount Angel Wednes day. Misses Lulu Kennedy and Nina Pound were up from Urantson a visit this week. Dr. Keepers, the Indian agent, hns gone to the Bound country to do louie work. - Shirley Miller has been promoted to a position as fireman on an O. R. & N, i tain. Kd Schott passed through here Satur day on hia way from the Big Bend coun try to Olex. O. D. Sturgoss made a trip to Condon last week and, we understand, invested in some real estate In that section. 0, ft. E li sold hiS household goods at anctlon Wednesday. Everything sold fairly well. Ross Beardsly came down from the oil well Sunday. He says gas bubbles np through the water in the well. The steamer Columbia came up from Grants Sunday returning the same day, She will handle freight along the river, so we are informed. Misses Pearl Carlisle and Effle Verdin left Monday to take in the Carnival. Miss Vertin will continue her journey to her home in California. We understand Arthur Sharrard has accepted a position with Clanton & Co., of Blckletoo, and will soon move, with his family to that busy town. The 'social given br the Eastern Star In Masonic hsll Friday evening was the event of the season. The prises for the best and, the poorest "apple poetry" were won by (leo A Cl mghand Post master Robiusou. Mr. Ckmeh's prize was a large apple pie, 24 inches in di ameter and Mr. Robinson's was a small pie only five inches acroes. The prhie winners at the artiHt guessing contest were Mrs 0. D. Slurpees, Who won a fine mustard cup, and Dr. Lmier, who won a fine vase After a sumptuous supper at 1 :00 a. m. all went home happy., ' Joh Weshafer, of Loogootee, Ind., is a poor man but he says he would not be without Chamberlain's Pain Balm if itc.oat5,0C a bottle, for it saved him from being a cripple. No external rem edy isequal to this liniment for stiff and swollen joints, contracted muscles, stiff neck, sprains and rheumatic and mus cular pains. It has also cured numer ous cases of partial paralysis. It is for sale by Condon Pharmacy. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank our friends for their assistance and sympathy during the ill ness and death of ' our darling little daughter. Also for the many beautiful flowers which were brought to help brighten the last days of her life and for thoee contributed for her burial, ''"'."' " '"'"' Mb akd Mns; W. B. Kinsley , A Shocking Calamity "Lately befell a railroad laborer," writes Dr. A. Kellett, of Williford, Ark, "Ills foot was badly urnsnea, nni mica lmi' Arnica Halve ouicklv cured him fr'a slmnlv wonderful for Burns. Boils, Pile! and' all, skin ernpt!om. .It' the world's champion neaier. unre guaran teod. 20v For enJe by Condon Pharmacy Jewelry and Eyeglasses. We have added to onr immenae ftook of fine watche nd jewdry nn extenaire line of fine mVui And filled gold vrfttoh case nnd Ait aaaortment of nil the brands of standard movement iiuch as Elgin, Walthfin. Ham ilton and ColunilniB movimenta. 1bvtn ran1 and niovementa have just een selected by our praciicin jeweler, while- in Chicago, and are the very bet grade made.. All watcbe bought of ua are cared for atid fully guaranteed. Call and see this fine line of goo J a. AU OPTICAL CRADUATE IN ATTECDAHCE. Condon Pharmacy (I'REKCllIPTION DBUU(JIST.)i Iletuember ua when in need of Drog, Paints, Oils, - Glaes or anything that may be found in an uj. to dale ..drug store. -' tnaAnjininnruvuinnn ruvurunninruruivnnnnnntuv nn Dainty Sweets ELGIN Best Lunch Goods ruvuvuwvruutnnuvvruu' 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 and Enameled Ware. Get our prices. YE WILL gChoice Stall Finest Mutton and Pork. I The Condon Meat Market 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. la: 3 VVllbUIl Condon Meat Co. - ....... ' WM. C. EDPEN, Manairer. . Will Berve the peopje of Condon and vicinity with the fin- ; est Fresh and Salt Meats, Sausage, Bologna etc. First-class Cutter at the Block. Our wagon will aupply meats to harvesting and threphing crews during the season as follows: Ferry Canyon Mon days and Thursdays. ; Mayville Tuesdays and Fridays. ,Matney Flat and Ilay Creek Wednesday and Saturday. finest Job prii)ti for iaiuuiiuuiiiiiuuaiiiiiiiiuiuuiiauiuiuiuiuuiauuii -..3 Ice Cold Drinks MYERS. Finest Cigars HOT BE UNDERSOLD. - fed Beef, ml and Confectionery, J JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor. 1 Pharmacy fill at tf?e QCOB Qffee. DUNN BROS Siarxietliing to Please trie ,. -A grd dif play of Spring and Summer good. Anything you wish in the line of Ladies' Wearing Apparel. Shoes, Gloves, Helta, straight front Corcets and fJirdh-s. In WftJati we carry a large assortment of the latest styles. , ' . When in Coiifon do not fail to call at id insjtevtour fine line of Summer includ WLafnrKmiticsf Pereisns, Organdies, Swiss Etc. Ste henson RELIABLE MERCHANTS, or; 5 Jtore Hasjost received a full line of Fine Shoes of. all kinds. BICYCLE SHOES A SPECIALTY. -j&J ., Light repair work done free on all shoes sold by this store. txr Repair work a specialty. Ileadq nartere lor McMorris' 0. W. piOpSS 0 New IHarness and Saddle Shop. IlarneB, Saddles Collars, Our Harness is U inspection as to Weinvi Fix Building. Cantry & WHEAT If TERIOR Highfkt prirt paid for Grain of all General I Warehouse i r : Til THIS 1" CGfJH HOTEL Ha QTuirurrumruxr AruruirvriAAuvr ...... ,T f a I uuvuiruwikiAnnnnjtxinnnAnruuinnnnnruiru HJlHART'S pThe public will m Jluodations can than this place. to a g GEO. W. RI JANCAitER & PATT1 SOS, REAL ESTATE AT fD INSURANCE Frm aut Town propcrtjr-lor aale. Correspond ence loliclted. CONDOR - . p . . , - OREGON. riye Dress Goods Foulards, Zephyrs, Ginghams, & Vilcox, Eicycle sundries and repairs. Telephone Sunnlies. QO. fmi) 5t. Whips and all horse supplies. all Hand-made, High Quality and Low Prices Darling, C0nodrn. WAREHOUSE WHAT kinds. Rtoraije an ! balinif of Wool. and Merchandise POPULAR HOSTELRY been thoronjtbly rfnovate.1 and ants of the traveling public. Coui uiercial Iravelenatxi other dpeiring thecorafortH of a first-claw hotel will , find tbla hooae suited to their want. Mrs. S. A. Maddock, Propr. tat! - MEALS 25c. BEDS 25c. RESTAURANT find that no better accom- be found in this county Good meals, clean beds. EADQUARTERS FOR TRA VELING MEN 1EHART, Prop. CONDON, OREGON rhta ilrnnture is on erery box of t'to rvnnls fc remedy that eurrm m colt li 'tn try " T" Treasurer's. Notice. , AH county warrant rejfistered prior to June 1, 1901, will be paid npon pre sentation at my office. 1 Iutereat ceases after Jauell, li)02. ; P. II. STEfHEHSON, Treasurer of Gilliam county, Oregon. visit DH. JORDAN'S oncar HUSEUU 0F1MT0OY tsSt HA8KIT ST., SAN FRANCISCO. CAL Tblrwi4kMktiBle6l ifoiram tathaUWl. WrukHwn. er knroniilriict. d dLi, m.i1t cur.ri bf tn oldest epacbUMtun iiivr COMt. KataltlUlHdM rw. tSSL M?VM-m.mt DISEASES Tav mm and ttHillt (ixiia Ui ca'ecti el TOuUilul Indln- I redans r ncWM In malurr , Ma.r. lt RMtiiM u. nil Itnooropll. I jtkvu; MMrutrrba, fraiaair- I f lirlHBllBV, . T omikliiKlIon of rnidlm. of rul uUt mw, Hi Dnutur hMfwiIM D' innuira. ui n win doi only slTnrd Immixlikt rlM, but permanent I mlrwlM. btit t wll known to btt ft lxlr mil qiutr rh.Mi and aiirfwn, prr-iuluat I lip;lKjf OImu f ilrm. , KTrif ll.1 tharoullr rnilattl from I tb .yMM without (lifticttnrrwr.T. rar Inr RIMr. A qiilek ! retell curator rtira. rianr ana r loioicv, uj i br. Jardwi'a (pwlal pallH mathci.la. EVKKT HAR analjrinf .onawujrooaiva 1 our Kntt ynl ut fcucill.. ' H'l ( ihianiiiM eOUiiVS CV2Xt tmnt mm w un-ferlrn. C!M'iti' rnr.it rwimni.p" Trcaiinaiit Barmaallv or by )ur. Writ Boek. tHIMMIT f? baualorBian.) CaHwrwrlta ea jorcam a co.. test Harkt st. s. r. If' li ni 1 a is m ' Attorney at taw, Hotmty fubi'ic and Convrnc7 ea4a. Or, &( iu rvor oi xuilvuuildlu, lti. ts Q A. t ATTISOH gAM . VA VAcro ATTOSSET-AT-IAT. OOle tent Sprlof trt and Orefoa tvmwm ?0!rcrjr, earoox. The Regufator Lina K3 fib, MM S lt& HAVIGAT10H CO. THROUGH FREIGHT AND PASSENGER DiBy Line ef Stexmen Bttmrttn Vorilin Vancouver, Cascade Lock liood River aoi aS Potata oa tlx 1iiiunj1o akU n tairn tHi City n Rgntat n, rml)i vry morning (actpt Suncy)t. nd Th n4M M t . ., trririne aUB oa m m?i Una lor outgulof irain. rraicbt bUi GruUjr Kadoced. W. C. ALLAWAT. 6m. Ifl. rot of Ccart stmt, Tb PmUi, Ok. OREGON aso Union Pacihc TO SALT LAKE, DEtlVER, KA1ISASCSTY, CKICACO, ST. LOUIS. HEW YORK. Ocean Steamers be tween Portland and San Francisco every five days. LOW RATES Tickets to and from all parts of the Unit ed States, Canada and Europe. For partic ulars call on or address, H.l?. BRIGGS, AGhNT. ARLINGTON, OREG. JQIsTk. LUNA " PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Day and Might eU promptly a;(itei. Office 2nd door south of Coudon Pbanwaf y, CONDON, Moin Street OREOON. Summer Sale Of Millinery Goods at Greatly Reduced Pricts. Mbs.E. L. Madden y Pkoi-'s. Miss Maggie IIawes. WALL PAPER LATEST DESIGNS FASHIOflASLE PATTEHI! Largest and best - aelfet eil Btock in the County. Estimates furnish el on jubsaa to tuitteaiat ami la'wr, A DihLL0