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THE CONDON GLOBE.
THB OFFICIAL PAPER OP GILLIAM COUNTY. OREGON. LOCAL NEWS, Condon Mltllntrjr Co. Mrs. Alburn Moor It Btl II Very Seri ously 111. Tha weather shows mint Indication! of h'sslneea. County Commissioner Frotnan h In town Saturday, Latest styles In hats at Condon Mil linery Co'i. Rv. anJ Mrs. Healey have moved In to tba parsonage. Mike luse and wife were ber Bator day v lulling friends. Mr. Stl noli field wa over from May villa Saturday. Miss Jennie Balding li seriously ill with Mivaattl M f . and m re.- m " 0 llbuit were -In town Saturday. : W. 8. Myart and R. K. Wilson have returned from Portland. . The Caledonian Clubs will hold a big lol'e at Antelope October 27 and 28. Usurs your propery again! fire In the rhutnli. Um-tilri PaUlson, agents Andy McLaren la home from the mountain. II went to Arlington Mon day. Charlie Johnson, the well known practical sheepman, wa In town Mon day. ' W. A. Darling ha told hi Interest In ' the harnet ihop to bl former partner, C. 0. Cantry. II. D. Randall and Grant Wade, two prominent citlaen of Oles, were In town Monday. Herbert Drown, who ha been In the mountain all auuimer wltb the sbtep la home again. Richard MvMahon, who ha been In the mountain all 8utnruer with sheep, la back to town again. Rev. Healey left Monday morning for fialem to attend the annual meeting of Congregational church. . Mr. Kelaur, of Cottage Drove, I vls- Itlng her daughter Mr. Ed Dunn and Miss Lula Keltur, of thl place. For Balk A good bnslnees building In Condon. Sise 834V Good location. Ivrlc reasonable. Enqnire at thliofflce. c W.A.Campbell the happy dinpoet t tlotied Inaurance man, la here thl week . iniuring prospective widow against loi by Are. '' Mr. P. II. Stephenson, who I visit- Ing at the White ranch, on Fapersack, wa qotta 111 there tor a few day with tonal tltl. Ross Deardsley returned to Arlington Friday morning after a successful trip to thl place and Fossil In the interest of i the Columbia Rlrer Development Co. Marshal Armstrong is doing a land ; office buslneaa aonie day a lately. He Las established a "sober up" hospital, or haven of rest and It I quite well pat roulzod. A number of intending settlers arrived in town Sunday from Lane county and are camped on the Est Sid while they look around for home in grand old . Gilliam. ; G. W. Rinehart wa taken to Portland Monday where he will enter a hospital for treatment. Hi condition is regard ed a quite serious. Hi son, Dan Riue- y bart, accompanied him to the city. ' Mr. and Mr. Josh Hardie were in from Trail Fork Saturday and Sunday the guests of Mr. and Mr. John Jack- , eon. Mr. Hardie took out a new black .smith outfit for use on hi ranch. : II. 0. Strickland received word Mon day morning that hi brother, Thomaa Strickland, I dead In California. He , wa a former resident of Condon and I will be remembered by all the old set tlers. , ., , Reuben Pigg alia Grave, who was arrested at Clem last week on a charge of robberry, wa arraigned before Re corder May Thursday evening when be waived eiamlnatlon and wa remanded to jail In default of $750 ball. Work Is being rushed on Fred Wil ton' new atone building on Main street. Stone for the auperstructuie, I being hauled from the Lost Valley quarries, and the foundation Is about completed. The atone Is of a reddish color and looks as though It will make a handsome wall. The Condon Millloery Co. has just opened a fine line of Fall and-Winter Millinery In their score on Spring street. Their stock, which has been carefully selected, la freehand up-to-date andtheir trimmer Is one of the best to be found. All the ladies should call and see them. W. II Bnell was up from Olei Friday. While here he received a telephone mes sage stating that his barn and all its contents bad just been destroyed by fire. A number oT horses, harness for 30 head of horses besides saddle and many oth er Articles were in the building. The loss to Mr. Snell will be heavy Marshal Armstrong ran in a variegated drunk Thursday afternoon. The fellow almost literally "painted the marshal red" when he was taken into custody by dropping his paint pot. Hi offense con sisted in painting the Main street atmos phere a bright vermillion hue with a torrid torrent of "profanity trigged out with all the latest trimmings. George Neale, the well ksown auction eer, k who sold John Salhl's personal property at public auction Monday, re- north that as bein i the best sale he ever saw In Oregon. Ordinary work horses brought from $75 to $105 each; unbroke cayuses $10 to $25; hay in the stack $4.75 and other thinns In propor tion,? J.! K. Wells was kicked on the right ann by a horse while at the sale atid received some severe bruiass. Strike It Over, Tb striking coal miner on Tuesday voted to accept the arbitration commis sion appointed by the . president and declared the strike off. Work will be resumed this morning. Another Rail Road Survey. A partr of inryeyor art again in the field surveying on the Hue of the pro posed Condon-Arlington railway. The party I in charge of Surveyor Mohr, who ran the line of one year ago. The party cam out from Arlington Thurs day evening and oommenced work at the French Charlie place and are now run ning a line up th creek via Olei, It is believed a better grade can be secured by that route than by the on inrveyed last year and will also have the advan tage of giving Olei road and securing much wheat tonnage that would other wUe go to the Heppner branch. The Guaa ha th information from what appear to be good authority that Messrs El rod and Moore and their asso ciates, who made th urvey and ensur ed tome right-of-way last year, have dis posed of tbnlr Interest to W. C. Moren Wi A. Nonb-and f, IS. Elmsdorf, of Spokane, who are having the present work done and who will doubtless do their best to build and equip the much needed road. No one connected with the proj-ct will discuss their plans'or give out any infor mation and the succeeding, move will be watched wltb sums Interest, Interested In Condon. . Mr. F. T. Hurlburt, cashier of the Arl ington National Bank, of Arling ton, and the Eastern Oregon Banking Co., of Kbanlko, wa here Sat urday looking over the town with a view to establishing a bank in Condon. While here Mr. Harlburt Interviewed a number of the leading business men In regard to taking a limited amount of stock in the institution so that the board of directors may be all borne peo ple. Mr. Hurlburt stated to a repre sentative of thla paper that it is not a question of getting the stock taken, as already more than enough Ime been spoken for on the outside to furnish all of the capital required. He believes, however, that it Is better to have the board of director composed of local business men aud for that reason offered a limited amount of stock to them. Mr. Hurlburt authorised us to make the statement that the bank Is an assur ed fact although it Is likely that work on the building will not be commenced un til Spring on account of the difficulty In getting building material at this season. W understand that the bank building will be a eubstantial two story structure of either stone or brick. A lot has been secured on Main street on the corner north of the Condon Furniture and Hardware Co's. store. The Condon Bank, when established, will, we under stand, be made the principal one of the chain of bank with which Mr. Hurl burt i connected and it 1 probable he will make Condon hi borne and take personal charge of the management a soon a it I ready for business. ' While here Mr. Hurlburt also closed a deal with J. E. Lancaster by which he acquired a one-half Interest in the Con don townsite. Th price named in the article of agreement Is $2500.00. Mr. Hurlburt' lively Interest in Condon is pretty good evidence that be has an abiding faith in the town's future. What a Your FaowWorth? Sometimes a fortune, but never, if you have a sallow complexion, a jaundiced look, moth patches and blotches on the skin, all signs of LlverTrouble. But Dr. King's New Life Pills give Clear Skin, Rosy Cheeks, Rich Complexion. Only 25a per box at Condon Pharmacy. Experts Here. The expert accountants, who were en gaged by the County Court some time ago to investigate the books of the vari ous county offices, arrived In town Mon day and are now at work on their task. W. A. MacKlnxie is the principal and his assistants are II. F. Estesand A. Moltsen. These gentlemen make a specialty of this line of work and are continuously employed straightening out tangles in the books of counties and big business houses. . - The fact that Gilliam county has been organised for about 10 year and that during that time the books have never been "experted" suggests that the tnek before these gentlemen is no light one and it is probable that it will be well toward the first of the year before the work Is completed. For the last two years many tax-payers have urged the importance of having this work done and when it was an nounced by the Globe, several weeks ago, that the County Court had decided to employ experts the action was uni versally commended. It is only natural that the people who pay the taxes should want to know for certain, at least once in every 10 years, just ''where they are at." , Hall for Alvllle. The Igo Hall Co., of Alvllle, has been Incorporated. The purpose of the com pany is to erect a tw-8tory building to be used for school, church' and other public purposes. The capital stock is $850 divided into 170 shares at $5.00 each. Ralph Froman, Blain Maley and Ed Pidmer are the incorporators. Tot Causes Night Alarm.,, "One night my brother's baby was ta ken with croup," writes Mrs J. O. Snv der, of Crittenden, Ky., "and it seemed it would strangle before we could get a doctor, so we gave it Dr. King's New Discovery, which gave quick relief and permanently cured it. We always keep it in the house to protect our children from croup and whooping cougt. It cured me of a chronic bronchial trouble that no other remedy would ; relieve." Infallable for Coughs, Colds, Throat and Lun? troubles. Only 50c and $1.00. Trial bottles free at Condoiiriiarmacy. Jewelry and We have added to our immense stock of 6ne watches and jewelry an extensive line of fine solid and filled gold watch cases and an assortment of all the brand of standard movements iiuch aa Elgin, Walthem. Ham ilton and Columbus movement. These cafes and movement have just been selected b our practicing jeweler, while In Chicago, and are the very bent grade made. All watches bought of us are cared for and full guaranteed. Call and see this fine line of goods. AN OPTICAL CRADUATE IN ATTENDANCE. Condon Pharmacy (PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS.) t Remember us when in need of Drags, faints, Oils, Glass or anything that may be found in an up-to-date drug store. High Grade Cigars Owl, Lillian Russell, Rothchild, Feifer's Union. Finest of Fresh Candies. Oraneres. Bananas. c.nn.dcood. w c owuwiruwu: CLARKE & FRAZER Make a specialty of Doors, Windows, Mouldings, Locks, Nails and all builders' trimmings. Also Wall Paper, Paints, Oils and Glass. Hardware and Furniture, Dishes and Enameled Ware. Get our prices. WE WILL HOT BE UNDERSOLD. I Fine Confections. This is to say That I have purchased the Wilso n Pharmacy and, hav ing increased the stock, I am prepared to cater to the wants of the people of Condon and Southern Gilliam County in a satisfactory manner. Your trade is respect fully solicited and satisfaction is guaranteed. J. Q. JARVIS. WILSON'S PHARMACY For Pure Drugs. Condon WM. C. EDDEN. Manseer. . Will serve the people of Condon and vicinity with the fin est Fresh and Salt Meats, Sausage, Bologna etc. First-class Cutter at the Block. -Our wagon will supply meats to harvesting and threshing crews during the season as follows: Ferry Canyon Mon days and Thursdays. Mayville Tuesdays and Fridays. Matney Flat and Hay Creek Wednesday and Saturday. fipest Job prii)tir$ for Removal From this date until : our removal into, the new Brick: Building we will give the public trie benef it of a lO per cent discount on all cash purchases except Groceries and Tailor-made Clothing. Your chance for Bargains. When opened for business, our new store will display the ever placed on sale in Condon. " BUNN iuiaaiauaaiiiiaiauiiiiiiaaiiiuaiaauaaiimuiiiiiiai Eyeglasses. nrmnnnn ELGIN MYERS.! f 3 3 i- John Jackson. I Meat Co. 'jf.ll attheCOBE Office. BROS. UP-TO-DATE MERCHANTS. Pall Shoes! ! We have jast received a fine line of Fall Shoes which have been carefully selected and are strictly first cUrf. , Light repair work done free on all shoes sold by this store. Repair Work a Specialty. O. UA pf0pS5 0 p. Tai9 y. Headquarters for McMornV Telephone Supplies. We Carry " A complete stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats -Caps, Hardware, Queensware etc. We take , orders for Strauss Bros. Tailor-made Suits. Growing? Of course we're growing. Our busines is growing, oar 1 ; stock is growing and our ability to serve you in the best ' possible man uer is also growing. When you need First-class Hand Made Harness and Saddles Call Cantry & on WHEAT INTERIOR WAREHOUSE wm Highest price paid for Grain of ail kinds. Storaga and baling of Wool. General Warehouse and Ilerchandlse Business. BALFOUR, CUTKBIE & CO . M'C'RS. THE CONDON HOTEL THIS J . , ruvuirotnnnnnnnnjiriruxru inEHART'S RESTAURANT The public will find that no better accom modations can be found in this county than this place. Good meals, clean beds. EOT P 8 8S Vv HEADQUARTERS GEO. W. RINEHART, Prop, Fine Painting House, Sign and' Carriage Paper Hanging, Graining We Make a Specialty, We invite inspection Yours to BOLEUS & CONDON (FIX BUILDING) Hit. ignittara Is on every box ot U gnnla Laxative BrcmoQuida Tbtet tba Mmedr that corea a oM la 1 1 a Vvf JASCASTERA PATTISON, REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Farm and Town property for aulo. , Correspond nee solicited. JCONDON, - s OREGON finest stock of goods . v V Darling, AP.LINSTCX, BLALCCK, C3USLA3, ICXE POPULAR HOSTELRY lias been thoroughly renovated and ia now prepared to cater to the wants of the traveling public. Com mercial travelers and others desiring the comforts of a first-class hotel will find this honse suited to their wants. Mas. S. A. Maddock, Propr. -MEALS 25c. BEDS 25c. FOR TRAVELING MEN fit . . -I-': - , i CONDON, OREGON Painting promptly executed. and Interior Decorating. - of Fine Pictorial Work. of our work and prices. please GENGLER. OREGON Treasurer's Notice. -AH county warrants registered prior to Aug. 1, 1901, will be paid upon pre sentation at my office. Interest ceases after Sept. 20, 1002.; ' ;v ' 1 1 P. H. Stephenson, i Treasurer ot Gilliam county, Oregon. ForSale. ' -; .". ' One span well matched grey horses. Weight 16008)8. For terms etc., apply to me at my ranch ou Rock Creek seven im iea auove uiei. . , - -. , i; D. F. Stricklis, 23J31 : , v i OlexOregon. visit DR. JORDAN'S gat( (UUSEUL3 OF MlhWlV I0SI MARKET SU N FRANCISCO, CAL. ( Uittwl SwsA.J - TbtarrMrt AMtBlot Unmn IbUWh'4. , Srmtel NriMSm M W CKjk U WnlHuw r af con Imp . S dlaMuw,aliivl7rar4 hy I th uiuewt feuHMlUt a, tlia l'juuiia r V'ial L 43!SDAH PRIVATE DISEASES f f Ha Traf n jtMit If B mfii tmn r udering 4 U tcum tta tfact ( xouthtol ladl - rana r .xtvuM In iuturr ' fm. Wttihi nd pBTki iMklllmj'.In. I pmwmay. Erf NmIim4 In all lucompo. 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For partic- " -ulars call on'or address, H. R. BRIGGS, " AGtNT. ARUNGTON, I OREG. THE LATEST , I CREATIONS 111 HATS ! Afinft lineof Full and ! . ' Winter , Hats just in. ., l Something new in Street .Hats if EVERYTHING FOR THE LADIES.?. Miss doha covi:i::c k ii ' " . WALL PAFEO LATEST DESIGNS . FASHIONABLE PATTER..3 ' Largest and best select . ed stock, in . the County, i Eptimates .furnif.heii on jobs as to mateaial anl labor. ft v. a. dabli;: