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THURSDAY. NOVEMBER C.iVO. too r artisan. "To- Xm victors Vlonj? the ppoila" in Krliup the cnrrwt thing in dis tuMisiog public patronage in the way of making olttcial appoint ments, but lhi practice is nonifr- tim?a carried tin) tar by public ofli- j sials wWn transacting business for j wliick other pvopFe pay, neverthe less it appears to some public ofli ciarca their incumbent duty to give all patronage or business coiu wig from their lffee to tfWfr party sssociufes, regarillefs of the wishes tftbe persons directly interested -tWe paying for the service. An instance in point is the Urn tad State land office in this city. The hfcwl ws give the register of buul office the right to designate in irfnvl paper "notices for publica tion VUat is notices of rrtWution of iettlers to make final proof on land, shall be published, tb only restric tion befng that the notice shall be published in a" paper situated near est the land. Until the present re gime registers and receivers have rot bee arbitrary in this matter! but where two papers were publish ed in tbe same town, they allowed the party who pays the publication it some option in the matter, and .he desired his notice publish ed inrctain paper the officers would so designate But with the present incumbents of this land office party lines are distinctly drawn. With one exception dur ing the past four years, no demo cratic paper in the district has been designated as the paper in which final proof notices might be published, if there was a republican paper published as near the land notwithstanding settlers have fre quently requested the privilege of paying publication fees to the pa per of their choice. This practice may be entirely in keeping with the law, yet it is an injustice to the people who pay the bills. It Would be fullas consist-' ent for the county judge of Wasco county, who is a democrat, to re fuse administrators the privilege of choosing in what paper their notice shall be published. lie could with as great a degree of consistency say that all notices coming from the probate court should be published in thaTiuieB-Mjuntaineer, it being the only democratic paper in the county, as the register of the land office can say that all land notices shall be published in the republi can papers of the district This however, would be considered aw fully "partisan." Times-Mountaineer. " -r . And this is not all. In one case at least, theland office business was taken from a paper of recog nized circulation and given to an upstart sheet that bad no circula tion, as required by the postal au thorities, for purely partisan rea sons, even after the paper of recog nized circulation advertised its willingness to publish such notices at one-third the rate charged by the upstart sheet Numerous peo ple when desiring to- make final proof on land wrote pesonal letters to The Dalles land office request ing them to designate the paper of greatest circulation '.and smallest charges and their letters were not even answered; A number of peo ple in this section of Gilliam coun ty can vouch for this statement They cannot easily forget about being "held up" for that $5.00. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Brnroo Quinine Tablet. AU draggUta refHnd . tbe money if It fail to cure K. W. Grove's signature la on each box. 2oC The devil of a North Missouri paper bas the ambition to become a paragrapher. ,. The other day he produced the following which he submitted to the editor: There are no hair on a frog. : Good apples grow high also cher ries. . - - . ; The bumble bee looks pretty, but cut him out . The farmer what raises wheat kin get full and raise other thingH. :The Lord made the earth, but Morgan and Carnegie owns it. . A corn Is a wart on your toe. Corns and warts are the same only different' ; Great Luck Of an Editor. "For two years all efforts to cure tc uia iu the palms of my hands failed," writes Editor if. N. Lester, of Syracuse, Kan., "then I was wholly cored by Duck ten's Arnica Salve." It's the world's best for Eruptions Sores, and all ekiu disuses. Only 25c at Condon I'hurmacy. '. :''': ' ; PERSONAL MENTION, CaarKe Liliie im id town 8uuday. M. 1. Carter started tor rot land-Monday. Mrs. Steven was in twin Poplar Farm Saturday. fry Conha Pharmacy' new photo devilopr. Warren Roberts was in from Lone Rock yetttanlav. Bert Itartiitau was seriously ill Sunday SiltTer'tig frum nosebleed. II. X. ..rson and J. II. Bond wer in town yesterday. J Fos and his brother A. B. Foes ete in town yesterday. The th"v window at Clarke & Fraier's toreUwell worth going lsee. Grant Wade was in town yesterday on his way home from Lone Rock, D. W. Chamberlain left for Portland Monday ruoruing oe a business trip. Andrew Ureiner was in town doring the week ou his way home from Arling ton. ' The Condon Pharmacy has all the lat est np-to-date sheet music at popular prices. ,- A. C. Stevens is building a school house in district No. 15 near tl. 2 And ersou's ranch". Mrs. JoeCason is suffering from an itUck of t t nlioi.t. She is at her father's home in town. John Dysart and L. R. Johnson at tended the Caledonian club meeting at Antelope last week. Simon Kuster, the engineer at the dour in ill, is on the sick list with meas- els. Pictures, Frames, Rngs and many fancy house decorations at Clarke & Fraser's Hardware and Furniture store. Let Clarke & Fraaer figure with yon on building material such as Windows, Doors, Locks, Hinges, Nails and mould ings. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Palmer nave re turned from Portland were she went for medical treatment, lier health is much Improved. That Throbbing Headache. Would qniekly leave you if yon used Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches They make pare blood and build np your health. Only 25 cents. Money back if not cured. Sold by Condon Pharmacy. AJAX. We bad a fine rain Sunday night. Measels are raging in this neighbor hood , School has been suspended for the week on account of moat of the pupils being sick. Mrs. Ed Palmer and son, Robert, vis ited relatives on Scbattler flat last week. Harry Palmer and W. F. Allen attend ed the horse sale at Condon Saturday. J. R. Leslie, of Condon, was looking after bis homestead here this week. One of Roy Jnnkins' old army com rades from Couneticut is maktng him an extended visit. Mrs. Col. Thrasher of Newport, is here this week visiting her brother, Ed G. Ralmer. Eddie Palmer and sisters, Jennie and Lizzie, spent Sunday with relatives at Alville. Oscar Maley has the foundation laid for a new house. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Palmer have returned from an extended visit on Schuttler Flat. From a Normal Student. Monmouth, Oregon, Nov. 3, 1902. Editor Globe : I have been in the Normal School here for nearly two months. Daring that time I have worked bard with my studies and feel that each day has counted. I am what is known as a Freshman B, and have eight recitations a day, includ ing music and gymnasium practice. May I tell you my daily programme? In tbe morning we have Algebra, Physi cal Geography and Rhetoric. In the afternoon Drawing, American Literature Spelling, and Music on Mondays, Wed nesdays, and Thursdays and work in the Gymnasiun Tuesdays and Fridays. Tbe course of study is so arranged that students may enter from the eighth grade and finish in three years, in that time completing all tbe subjects required for a state certificate. On the opening day of school, all the pupils, both new and old, gathered in the Chapel and after an interesting talk by President Ressler, the day was large ly spent in enrollment. Thoee who were fortunate enongb to be registered In tbe morning had tbe remainder of the day for purchasing books, becoming acquaint ed with other students and seeing some thing of the town. In addition to the regular coarse of btudy there are several other educational factors connected with the school, among them being the athletic clubs for gym nastics, hand ball, basket ball, foot ball, tennis etc; also three literary societies; the Vespertine and Invincible for the young ladies and the Normal for the young men. Every Sunday afternoon at four, o'clock the Christian Association holds Its meeting. Every student should try and find time to belong to at least one of these societies for the social life in school ts one of the most pleasant as well as one of the most important fea tures. '. . . I had intended to give a short descrip tion of the town but will have to content myself by saying that it is located in the heart of the Willamette valley with the Coast Mountains on one side and the Cascades with their enow capped peaks on the other. It has no ssloons and practically no need of a constable. ' Very respectfully,' yours, .', " ''. '' Jenmb N'EAt. t r ,. - ARLINGTON. Roajr Monday, Nov. $ KW to the wife wf J. K Irby a 9 daughter. Mrs. tieo. Clongh started Tuesday on a visit to the East, Jim Cook and W. S. Myers are down Iroiu Condon- this week slaughtering geese. Jim has a new gun and It la a dandy. He says be can kill a goose with it as far as be can see. G. W. Rinehart returned from Port land Sunday much worse and fa at pres ent at the Model restaurant. Mrs. Monroe Is again able to be about after a sick spell. Married, at tfte residence or J. C. Fow lie in this city, Mr. A. Altenuatt and Miss E. Payne. Jackson Bros, received three car loads of hay from Dayton Wash., this week. What is th matter with our own coun try for hay. Mrs. O. H. Collins, of California, is visiliug with her sisters Mrs. Wood, Weatberford and Cochran. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sweet made a trip to Portland last week after which Mrs. Sweet went to Salem to visit relatives and "Uncle John" came home. Mrs. Frank Lucas returned to her home at Monmouth Monday after a two week's visit with her sister Mrs. Butler. Astounding Discovery, ' Frora- Coopersvllle, Mich., comes word of a wonderful discovery of a pleasant tasting liquid that when nsed before retiring by any one troubled with a bad cough always ensures a good night's rest. tlt will soon cure the cough too," writes Mrs. S. Himelburcer, "for three generations of oor family have used Dr, King's New Discovery for Consumption and never fonnd its equal for Cough s and Colds." Its an unrivaled life-saver when nsed for desperate Lumr diseases. Guaranteed bottles 50c and $1.00 at Con don Pharmacy. Trial bottles free. lne foundation ot tred w ilson's new stone building is completed and tbe walls of the superstructure were started yesterday. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Try them When yon feel dull after eating. . When you have no appetite. Wnen you have a bad taste in tbe mouth. When your liver is torpid. When your bowels are constipated. When you have a headache. When you feel bilious. They will improve your appetite, cleanse and invigorate your stomach and regulate your liver and bowels. For sale byCondon Pharmacy. John Beck was iu from bis ranch in the Devil's butte country yesterday. During Mr. Beck's absence from home last Summer some one broke open bis house and stole all bis provisions and a auantitv of clothing. He bas no cine to the perpetrators. Fred Lock ley jr. was in town yester day in the interest of the Portland Jour nal. Mr Lock ley is tbe regular field bustler for the Journal and sends his papera mass of interesting matter de scriptive of tbe country through which he travels. lie left this morning for Lone Rock and Hard man. "What is the pedigree of your calf?" asked a would be buyer of a breed er. Well," said the stockman, "all I know about it is that its father gored a book agent to death, tossed a justice of the peace onto the top of the barn and stood a lightning-rod man on his head in a fence corner. Its mother chased a female lecturer two miles one day. If that ain't pedigree enongh to ask $5 on yon needn't take it." Ex-Sheriff In Trouble. A. J. Neilson, ex-Sheriff and Tax Col lector of Lake county, who was found guilty of defalcation in office by a jury at tbe May term of court, was sentenced Saturday to four years in the penitentia ry, and ordered to pay a $6,000 fine, to cover the amount of defalcation. At the hour of passing the sentence the court room was crowded, as this was a case of extreme interest to the people of Lake county. Neilson has many friends in the county, was a democratic sheriff, and bis case was deftly bandied by counsel. Much sympathy is felt for the accused, as he was well liked, and his family is one of the most prominent in tbe coun ty. Oregonian. "Last winter at infant child ff mine had croup in a violent form," says Elder John W. Rogers, a Christian Evangelist of Filler, Mo. "I gave her a few doses of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and in a short time all danger was past and the child recovered." This remedy not only cures croup but when given as soon as tbe first symptoms appear will prevent the attack. It contains no opium or other harmful substance and may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult. For sale by Condon Pharmacy. Stops the Cough and works off the Cold. Laxative Bromo-Qalnliie Tablet care a cold n one dr. Mo Care, no Pav. Price 25 cents Oats for Sale. I have 2,000 bushels of fine oats for sale at my ranch near Alville. One cent a pound at the ranch. A. J. Myebb, , Alville, Oregon. STACE TIME TABLE. Stages will arrive at and depart from. Condon on the following schedule. ARRIVE FROM Fossil.... 9:30 A. M Arlington..... 2:30 P.M. DEPART FOR ,. Arlington. .9:45 A. M. Fossil 2:30 P. M. . J. V. Jackson & Co., Props. LORD & CO Have Opened the Door to Success. Here are Three Reasons Why. i ." 1st. Hiatus it has always ton ur aim h kuf a mat, titan, vft-te-a'ah ste ef goods. - 3nJ. II t always gh tur tvsfomtrs just what thty ask or. jri. ItiliabU dialing has always bit cur motto. You art assurtd that whtit yow y from us ttill bt right so far as fuality and rut is tonctrntd. Now if you want to keep in the frout rank, If you want to rtretch your M out and make them go a little farther than usual, just conio in and sc what you can exchange them for. Don't be afraid of coming too"carly or too late; we ai open from C:00 A. M. to 8:00 P.M. ' Anything in Groceries? WE CARRY TEA, COFFEK, BVGAR, BKANS, XICE, ROLLED OATS, SAGO, 3? : ' .. TAriOCA, NAC1ROKI, , COD FISH, SALMON, BAR PINKS', PJT ' SHRIMP, 8YRVPJ SOAP, BACON. LARD, FI.Ol'R, SALT, 8PVD9, 27" spicks, ncKi.Ks, dried frvit, canned frIit, can.nku uSrJT A ; VEGETABLES, ORANOKS. LEMONS, BANANAS, NVT8, CAN - . PIES, TOBACCO, TirES, CI0AR8, QUKES9WA8EQLA88WARE. . , , ' ... ' ' ' ' r ; everything in this line. If you are not already one of our customers don't be afraid to come in and get acquainted. 1'e have put many a man on tbe road to prosperity. AVhy not give us a show at you? QUALITY, QUANTITY, PRICE. LORD & CO. LORD & CO. : ARLINGTON, OREGON. Condon Milling Co. MANUFACTURERS OF High Grade Flour, CHOP and MILL-FEED STEAM-ROLLED WHEAT AND BARLEY. SCALE OF Steam Rolled Barley. .$16.00 Steam Rolled Wheat.. 17.00 Prices liable to change at any time. Every sack of our flour is fully guaranteed or money refunded. TRY . "OUR "Not Better than the Best STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, f M I tton. Tear. ped Training Department. The fall tern, opens Sept. 18. For catalogue contain ing full Information address, 3.B.Y. Butler, , or E. D. Rkhhlkr, . Secretary. President. CONDON FURNITURE GEO. EARHART, Prop'r. Now Open for Business. a full line of Furniture, Builders' Material, Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Painta Oils Glass, Sash, -Doors and Mouldings. If intending to buy Furniture wait and examine our new stock. Estimates furnished on SPECIAL ATTENTION CIYEN TO UNDERTAKING AND FUNERAL DIRECTING- Contracting and Building. Plans and Specifications Furnished: EstraV NotTce. Came to my place a boot hne month agoone pale red and white shotted year ling steer with white face. Earmark half under crop on right ear; no brand visible. Owner should come forward. prove property, pay charges and take animal away or it will be posted and sold according to law. J. A. McMohkis, October 25, 1902. Condon, Oregon. Treasurer's Notice. All county warrants registered prior to Nov. 1, 1901, will be paid npon pre sentation at my office. Interest ceases after Oct. 29. 1902. . P. H. Stkphensoh, Treasurer of Gilliam county, Oregon. ljue popldirtise 19 aljue paper JJCipBr; PJtlCES. Mill Feed 112.00 Flour, per bbl 3.25 BEST," But Bettor than th Raaf " MONMOUTH, ORECOII. Gradnte of the rchool are in constant de mand at salarirs ranging from $40 to $100 per month. Stodentatake theRtateexaminalions k during their con rue in Iheachool and are pre- o receive state certl flea tea on gradua Expensea range from $120 to $175 per Rtronff Normal course and well niii ty and HARDWARE GO. bills of Builders' Materials. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP- Notice Is hereby given that the part nership heretofore existing between the undersighed nnder the firm name of Cantry & Darling, has been this day dissolved by mutual consent. All ac counts due the old firm are now due and payable to C. O. Cantry who will con tinue the business and who will also pay all debts of the old firm. Condon, Ore., C. O. Cantry, Oct. 20, 1902. W. A. Darling. School Clerk's Notice. All school warrants on Condon School District No. 9, issued prior to October ,8 1902 will be paid when presented at my office. P. H. Stephenson, Clerk. KERR CIFFOR & CO., PROPS. Stored with us will receive the careful attention of extfrit-ncH! warehousemen. Barb wire, nails, salt, tugnr, lime, cement, feed and mill stufts always oi band in any quantities. (Jen eral storage and forwarding. A trial makes you our customer. Arlington Warehouse Co D. D. THOMAS, Manager ARLINGTON, The Condon Barn - Only flrat-elaaa Uvarjf arul Kmk) 6uOU In tha oily. I'lna new rigs and good teams. Special atte'ntforr to all stock left la our care. Large, strong corrals in connection. Our terms are reas onable and we solicit your patronage. 1 Springston & Rogers, Proprietors uuirinnnrunnnnnuuinnnutri LOST VALLEY LUMBER CO. HERBERT HALSTEAD, Managerl ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER. We offer a complete stock of Fine Surfaced Lumber, consisting of Flooring, Calf Ing, Rustic, Ship-lap and all kinds of Rough Lumber. Careful attea glven to bills of special sixes and dimension stuff. MILL ONE-HALF MILE SOUTHEAST OF POST OFFICE, LOST VALLEY, OREGON. FINEST mm mm mm mm ml MI I I THE CELEBRATED . . COLUMBIA BREWERY . . AUGUST BUCHLER, Prop; Of the product of this well-known brewery the United States Health Reports for June 28, 1000. says: "A more superior brew never entered the labratory of the United States Health reportn. It it absolutely devoid of the slightest trace of adulteration, but on the other hand is composed of the best of malt and and choicest of hops, Its tonic qualities are of the highest and it can be used with the iireatent benefit and satisfaction by both old and young. Its use can conscientiously be prescribed by the physicians wilh the certainty that a better, pureror more wholesome beverage could not possibly be found.'4 East Second Street, THE DALLES, OREGON. AYENERIOUS CARBOLINEUM Avenerious Carbolineum is here to etay. Ask those who have UBed it. It prevents decay in fence poots, water tanks and all wood work and is a guaranteed article. It also exterminates chicken lice and niltcs and keeps them away permanently. It is a general pu rifier of manger, chicken bouse or pig pen. it spreads with a brush and is a nice, nut-brown paint. CLARKE & FRAZER, AGENTS. jr. WOOD, M. D. Physician and Surgoon Day and iiliihl pmIU promptly aiiiwprc4 UltUH) Mdlil itrwt nvar fil1lig, COStlON, ORM DR . a. K. 1.1' S A PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON, 1 luy ami night rnll iruniitly attoudtxl. Villi Stat dmtr with tl I'oudou fharaary. CON DON, Main Straw! OREUON. L NU'KI.IN DENTIST Office over Wllmii I'tmrmmiy. CONDON . . . OKEOON- C. S. PALHER, Irtlstit; Barber. Sleelc Shaves and Huir-cuts. Razors honed and re-Rround EJH ' " ORECQfl. v SALE Of" SCHOOL BONDS. Nolle ta hereh given that ! will . cwlva lml bliia fur tlia purchaaaot chool bumta ou He lion 1 DUulot No. 58, Ullllam County, Oregon, at my office In Coudun, Uri'iioii up U and lucluJlog lha Mlnlay oINoveuiUr, 1002. llouda ar for tbd autu of Five HumlroJ iKtllara. 1'. II. STKI'IIKNftOlt, County Treasurer. U, L. Neal, the well known auction tr, wltl give the atrlcteat attention to all biulneta mtnutpil to hit faie.' If yon have rorty to toll contult It I in. BRANCH HOUSES; BLALOCK, QUIKN'S OREGON nruvnnnnrj The Dalles Marble Works L. COMINI, PROP. JahiI still has nn eve (or business In ' the monument and tombstone line and continues to guarantee satisluc tlon in all kinds of the finest MARBLE AND GRANITE WORK. He nses only th best Vermont and Italian Marble and Kcotch, liarre and Westerly Granites and the work done in his establishment is unsurpassed anywhere on the TeciUc coast, HOLD YOUR ORDER FOR HIM. WRITE FOR PRICES AMD DESIGNS L COMINI, THE DALLES, ORE. BUCK LAMBS FOR SALE. I have for sale 600 head of fine hack Iambs, lambed about March 1st., of the Merino and Cotswool types, both fine, and coares wool, large stock. Can satis fy almost any one wanting bucks. Those who come first get first choice , For particulars address - YM. 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