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THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 2 X002. S TILL DEFIANT AND INSO LENT. Other mine operators have J ?wl lUtr in making statements,' a hI they arw fairly insolent in tUe'ir tone, and in declaring what they will iKitiK They insist that they will doi and should do nothing whatever; they will not raise wa ges; they will not red ice ho.irg, they will not wei ;h coal instead of measuring it; and, above all. they will have no negotiations with nor yield any points whatever to the ,. Miner' Union, as such. They sim ply notify the Commissioners, the President and the public, that they will not abide by the decision of the arbitrators, if they should in any material point be against thetu. If thy persist in this the strike will be renewed, unless the arbitra tjra yield every point to the nnue ownersand none to the miner; and even the miners would not Jong abide by such a decision. The operators seem to think that now the eleceion is over they can mount their high horses again and ride rough shod over everybody. But if they are resjwnsibie for another prolonged strike, they need not ex pect a chance to arbitrate or receive reasonable proposals and terms of settlement. They will be disas trously fooled if they suppose ther eat juggle with and browbeat by turns the President of the United f tales end the Commissioners, ap pointed by him, and the American people, whose servant, executive and leader he is. Telegram. Stops the Cough and works off the Cold. Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet cut cold coned;, KoCnre.no Far. Price 25 cents Presideut Eliot, of Harvard, has lately beeii making all kinds of an ass of himself in his attacks on or ganized labor and his hero worship of the strike breaker or scab. His statement that he his ''the most profouud contempt for the man who is not willing to labor every day as long as his strength will per mit," shows bis calibre. Its a sure bet that if President " Eliot is not owned bjdy and soul by some cor poration or ' combination that he was, in that speech , making a bid Mr. Eliot, by his own statement, may feel obliged to hold himself in "contempt" as there is noth ing to show that be labors every day and Tor a.s many hours as his rtttft V mill nArniit if Via A'lA li a would not have so much time to ruu around the country attempting to lecture on economic and socio logical questions with which he does not seem familiar. Presidei t Roosevelt's hunting trip to Mississippi, where he went in search of bear and cougar, may set a new fashion for the residents of that state Of late years the best citizens down that way have given most of their atteution to hunting and roasting ''coons" and if the president can get them "switched" to bear and cougar the darkies can sure have a big old fashioned Thanksgiving. -Th Orppronian will nhpprfnlK' join in any movement of promise looking toward improved service, higher taxes and lower rates for Oregon and Washington railroads. Its files attest the uncompromising warfare it has unremittingly main tained against railroad abuses and railroad predation railroad inaction and railroad aggression, whatever and whoever the offender might be, and the best proof of it is in the fact that the railroads themselves are in a perpetual state of com plaint at the attacks in these col umns. But for all that we are unable to follow the curious pro cess of reasoning by which Govern or McBride and his supporters reach the conclusion thaterrone us assess ments of railroad properties can only be reached by a railroad com mission. Here is the amiable and and straightforward Spokesman Review showing that while the Bal timore & Ohio is assessed at $20, 500 a mile in Indiana, the Northern Pacific, the Union Pacific and Great Northern. are assesed at only $6000 a mile in Washington. The coin pal ison is obviously unfair; but snpposeit is fair. : Then what to do?---Why, raise the assessment. Tliis oan be done either under the p esent system or by putting cor porations of this general character under a State Board of Taxation or E-j-.'iHl.miti.on. That is the way they have gone to work in other states. It Is id propvT province of a Railroad CommisMon to assess railroads or any other properties. Our political system provides for the election ot other officers to whom assessment and taxation be long. A Railroad Commission is either an advisory or an adminis trative body designed to adjust jrrievances and improve traffic condition, or else it is a mere ma chine at the disposal of ambitious politicians. TO CURE A COLO IN ONE DAY Take laxative Br.. -no Quinine Tablet. All druvits refHUd the money if H feint to enre E. W. G lore's swiMture t on cl bo. - And Yacob observing his dog. Schnitzel, spake unto him as fol lows: "You vaa only a tog but I vish I vas you. Ven you goes uiit your bet in you shoost durn 'roun dree dimes and lay down Yen I goes mit my pet in I have to look up der blace und vind up der clock und put der cat out und tin tress mysellnf und mein frou vakes up und scholds, den der baby vakes up und cries und I haf to valk der house around him djn miyba ven I gets myselluf to bed it is dime to get up vonce more again. Yen you gets up you shoost stretch yourself, dig your neck a leedle und you are up. I haf to dress myselluf, light der fire, put on der kittle scrap some mit mine vife alretty und get myselluf breakfast. You play mit der day all round und haf plenties of fun, I haf to vork all der day round und haf plenties of drubble. Yen yon die you vas dead. Yen I die I haf to go to hell yet." Ex. Jumped on a lO-Penny Nail. The little daughter of Mr. J. N. Powell jumped on an inverted rake made of ten penny nails, and thrust one nail entirely through her foot und a second one half way through. Chamberlain's Pain Balm was promptly appled and five minutes later the pain had disappeared and no more suffering was experienced. In three days the child was wearing her shoe as usual with absolutely nodiscom fort. . Mr. Powell is a well known mer chant of Forkland, Va. Pain Balm is an antiseptic and heals such injuries with out matnriation and in one-third the time required by the usual treatment Sold by Condon Pharmacy. School Report. Follewini? Is the report of School Di e trict No." 23, Jil Ma tn Co., Oregon, for the month ending November 14, 1902: Pupil Class Grade Deportment Lenna Farrar 95 98 Lizzie Palmer 92 95 Jennie Palmer 94 98 Jessie Palmer 88 95 Alice Ad lard 95 98 Edith Adlard 87 96 Ethel Adlard 94 96 Fred Farrar 93 94 Walter Farrar 91 94 Eddie Palmer 88 9 - Charley Adlard 89 96 Tiie pupils are all doing excellent work notwithstaneing the uninviting condi tion of the school house. I have received-an International dictionary which will be placed at the pupils disposal. Hoping to enlist the more earnest co-operation of parents and patrons and stim ulate the pupils to greater 'efforts the above report is respectfully submitted. V. F. Allex, Teacher. Creat Luck Of an Editor. "For two years ali efforts to enre Ec zema in the palms of my hands failed," writes Editor II. N. Lester, of Syracuse, Kan., "then I was wholly cured by Bucklen's Arnica Salve." It's the world's best for Eruptions Sores, and ait skin diseases. Only 25c at Condon Pharmacy. AJAX. The John Day is on the boom. The measles have about disappeared from this corner of the earth. The sheep herders with their flocks dot almost every "hill and dale" nowadays. Mrs. C. W. Thrasher left for her home in Corvallis last week after a week's vis it with her brother E l Palmer. Mr. Pal mer accompanied her to Arlington. Mrs. Pat De Neui'o parents who live in Iowa are here on a v'sit and to look over the country, - Ed Clay passed through here Saturday with a band of sheep which he had bought in Sherman county. ' Clift Maley and Walter Farrar' went over into Sherman Co. Sunday to look after some stock. ' We hope it won't be long till we can have t.i-3p'i i?i connection' ., -with all other important places. " The patrons of our school and all othi ers interested in school work are invited to come and make the school a visit and read the paper called "Our School!" ed' ited by the teacher and pupils. . . V" ' That Throbbing Headache. i Would quickly leave you if you need Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick 'and Nervous Headaches. They make pure blood' arid build "up your health. Only 25 cents. Money back if not cured. Sold by Condon Pharmacy! A New School Ruling. Boiem, Or., Novv 12. Superintendent , ot Pttblltl tustrwtion, J. li. Ackrman, today returned tha following decision regarding the time when a person be cornea a resi lent of a school district, bo at to entitle the i-fciklreu to free tuition therta. "The question bus arisen as to the length of tune required, after jwrent or guatdintt has moved into a school district before such a ptm-nt or gnardixn has gain) a legal resideuce in such tt-huol district, lit answer to this question, the department lists ruled that mn soon a the parent or guardian has moved in to the distr rt, with the intention of said school district his bona tide residence he been mesa resident of such distiict at once : and, hence, a child ot such patent orguardiau i entitled to frev tuition from the time he moves iuto the school dis trict. "In cp of doubt, it would be entirely proer for the diatiict hoard to file att Httilivtt with the board setting forth his real intention as to residence. The intention of the parent or guadian is the controlling factor in determining his residence." - Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablet. Try them . When yon feel dull after eating. When vou have no appt-tite. W lien you have a bad taste in the mouth. W hen your liver ia torpid. U hen your bowels are constipated. VI hen you have a headache. When you feel bilious. The will improve your appetite, cleanse and invigorate your stomach and regulate your liver and bowels. For sale by Condon Pharmacy. A Curious Table. '" The following table was worked out by a Hartard professor. It is interesting to look at but one is thankful that it is not included among the multiplication tables: - I times 9 plus 2 equals 11. 12 times 9 plus 3 equals til. 123 times 9 plus 4 equals 1111. 1234 times 9 plus 5 equals 11111. 12345 times 9 plus 6 equals 111111. 123456 times 9 pins 7 equals 1111111. 1234567 times 9 plus 8 rqnals 11111111. 12345678 times 9 plus 9 equals 111111111. 1 times 8 plus 1 equals 9 12 times 8 plus 2 1 quals 93.. 123 times 8 plus 3eqisla 987. 1234 times 8 plus 4 equals 9S76. 12345 times 8 plus 5 equals 98765. 12356 times 8 plus 6 equals &f7C54. 1234567 times 8 pins 7 equals 987ti543. 1234-'678 times 8 plus 8 equals 98765432. 123456789 times 8 plus 9 equals 987r'54321 Our prices will surprise yon. Our motto ia "Live and let Live." Condon Furniture and Hardware Co. ; Gnns, pistols and ammunition at Con don Furniture and Hardware Co. Largest and most complete stock of wall paper in the county at Condon Fnrniture and Hardware Co 's The Condon Furniture and Hardware Co. rarrr the largest and tnot complete line of Furniture and Hardware, ever opened in this section of Eastern Oreg- nn. Call and eee them. We are here to stop yon from giong to Portland to buy Furniture. Buy from us, at home, and save money. We can show yon how. Condon Furniture and Hardware Co. Pictures, Framps. Rugs and many fancy house decorations at Clarke A Frazer's Hardware and Furniture store, Let Clarke & Frazer figure with von on building material such as Windows, Doors, Locks, Hinges, Kails and mould ings. The Condon Pharmacy hafi all the- lat est np-to-date sheet music at popular prices. Try Condon Pharmacy's new photo developer. The show window at Clarke & Frazer'a store iswell worth going to eee. The Oregon Semi-Weekly Journal, a Democratic newspaper, ever fair and al ways free; 164 copies In one year for only $1.50 to any address. The Journal, P. O. Box 121, Portland, Or. School Notes. (BYRLSPRINGSTON, Editor.) Carrie McKinnon was enrolled in the sixth, and Gracie Pryor in the third grade Monday. Bert Hartman, Teacle Neale, Lena and Henry Shannon have returned to school after a long absence on account of sick ness. , At the beginning of the terra each teacher made a rale that every grade in which there was no case of tardiness during the week should be dismissed at half past three every Friday afternoon. Miss Mary Vehrli visited the grain- mar department Monday. .The directors have been improving the nterjor of our school house during the past two weeks by putting up window curtains and moving the stove to the center of the room. . . , Tfie percentage of attendance in the primary department for the past month is 95. There has been but seven cases of tardinees in the entire room. The pupils of the primary department are preparing a short program for the day before Thanksgiving. ' : - Every Friday afternoon the pnpils of the grammar department have the pleas ure of lietenjrfg. to a short lecrure on ''Civil Government" by Prof. Neal, . LORD & GO Have Opened the Door to Success. Here are Three Reasons .Why'. 1$L Ihcaust it has always he pur aim t for a ntatt chatt, 3hJ. l always gin Mr msfomtrs just what thty ask for. jrj. AfliaMi Jcah'Mg has aways tun our motto. Von art assart J that what yon fay jrem ns tci & right sa far as quality an J friu is (onctrntJ. Now if .vou want to keep in the front rank, if you want to t retch your I out and niako them go a little farther than usual, just come in anJ ow what you can exchange them for. Don't be afraid of coming too early or too late; we are open from C:00 A. M. to 8;00 P.M. Anything in Groceries? WE CARRY TEA, COKFEE, SU GAR, BKANS, KICK, ROLLED OATS, IA0, gt3 TAPIOCA, MACIUONI, C0l'HiU, SALMON, PAKDISKS, mJ03 SHRIMP, 8YRVP, SOAP, BACON. I.ARH, EI.OVH, SALT, SITUS, , 23 PPICK8, rtCKLKS, MtlED ERt'tT, CANNEU FRt'lT, CANNED - -JSXf ' YEUKTABI.ES, OUANOKS. LEMONS, IIANANA8, NVTS, CAN- x . 1HKS, TOBACCO, l'lPKS, CIUAKS, QirEKNSYAUR, GLAS8WARR. EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE. If you are not already one of our customers don't be afraid to come in and get acquainted. We have put many a man on the road to prosperity. Why not. givo us o 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-KOLLED WHEAT AND HA RLE V. SCALE OF PRICES? Steam Rolled Harley . .118.00 . Steam Rolled Wheat.. 19.00 Trices liable to change at any time. Every sack of our flour ia fully guaranteed or money refunded. TRY "OUR BEST," "Not Better than the Best But Better than the Rest " We Print To Please Our Patrons. If you are "from Missouri" come in and we will "show you." GLOBE PRINTERY. "BEST ON EARTH," CHARTER OAK Stoves, Ranges CONDON FURNITURE FURNITURE, HARDWARE, jSTACE JIME TABLE. , Stages 'will'arnve at and depart from Condon on the following schedule. 5 ARBIVl FROM Fossil............ 9:30 A.M. Arlington .2:30 P.M. DEPART FOR Arlington.... 9:45 A. M. Fossil . . : 2:30 P. M. J. W. Jackson & Co., Props. 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. Myers, Alville, Oregon. ijve popl dvqrti$e 19 a Mill Feed if 13.00 Flour, per Ibl 3.45 and Heaters. and HARDWARE GO. BUILDERS' MATERIAL. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP- Notice In hereby given tiiat the port nersliip heretofore existing between the undesigned tinder the firm name of Cantry & Darling, ban been this day dlHSolved by mutual consent, AH ac counts due the old firm are now due ttnd payable to 0. O. Cantry who will con tinue the business and who will also pay all debts of the old firm. Condon, Ore., CO. Canthy, Oct. 20, 1902. W. A. Dabuno. Treasurer's Notice. All county warrants registered prior to Jan. 1, 1002, will be paid upon pre sentation at my office. Interest ceases after Nov. 11, 1002. P. II. Stephenson, Treasurer of Gilliam county, Oregon. Ijve paper TJGIPB vf to-JaU sink rf gecJs. KERR CIFFOR & CO., PROPS. ..GRAIN.. Stored with tia will receive the careful Attention of exerienced warehousemen. Harb wire, naiU, milt, mpir, lime, cement, feed and mill stuff always on band in any quantities. Gen eral storage and forwarding. A trial makes you our customer. Arlington Warehouse Co D. B. THOMAS, Manager ARLINGTON, - - OREGON The Condon Barn . Only flrit-clacs Livery and FimhI StaWo In the uity. Fine nw rigs ami xntxl tenuis, Special attention to all stock left In our euro. Large, utronic rormU in connection. Our tentii srs rrn onable and we solicit your iittronug. i Springrston & Rogers, Proprietors ouu uuxrLnjmAAjuTjxrvutnruuuf iTvorLoarLru uvruiAAAruxruv uiaaaaauvuu LOST VALLEY LUMBER CO. HERBERT HALSTEAD. Manager! ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER. We offer a complete stock of Fine Surfaced Lumber, consisting of Flooring, Cell ing, Rustic, Ship-lap and all kinds of Hough Lumber, Careful atten given to bills of special sixes and dimension stuff. MILL ONE-HALF MILE SOUTHEAST OF POST OFFICE, LOST VALLEY, OREGON. innnjuiruxnnnAnnnxmjvinnnnAnruuvuvruvn' Greatest Clubbing Combination. TWO WEEKLY PAPERS FORTHE PRICE OF ONE GREATEST BARCUIN IN GOOD READINQ. By a special arrangement we are abl to furnish th CONDON GLOBE and THE WEEKLY CAPITAL JOURNAL att ia following clubbing prloa for both papers: For One Year In Advance $1.60 For Six Month In Advance 75 The Journal prints the most Ihalde news about our state gor efnment and the full leglalatlve proceedengs. Just what you want for the coming session. paper full of telegraphlo news upon Inquiry at Ihls office. nuinnruiivuirumruuu uruxnsjxrunsnruinnfiruini THE CELEBRATED . . COLUMBIA BREWERY . . AUGUST BUCHLER,' Prop. Of the product of this well-known brewery the United States Health Reports for June 28, 1900. snys? "A more nuperlor brew never entered the labratory of the United Htates Health reports. It is absolutely devoid of the slightest trnce of adulteration, but on the other hand Is composed of the best of malt and and choicest of hops. Its tonic qunlitles are of the highest and It can be used with the greatest benefit and satisfaction by both old and young. Its nso can conscientiously bo prescribed by the physicians with the certainty that a better, pureror more wholesome beversgd could not possibly be found," East Second Street, THE DALLES, OREGON. AYENERIOUS CARBOLINEUM Avenerious Carbolinoum ia here to stay. Ask those who have used it. It prevents decay in fence posts, water tanks And all wood work and is a guaranteed article. It also exterminates chicken lice and mites and keeps them away permanently. It is a general pu rifier of manger, chicken house or pig pen. it spreads with a brush and is a nice, nut-brown paint. CLARKE & FRAZER, ACENTS. F.WOOD, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Ijf ami hl lil rail ttrumptly iiiwrt ORH' MnluiUwtiivarHptliig. CONDON, . . . . OR. pit. H. K. U NA PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Iitymnl ulitdl rail iruni)lly aiUmiM. tmii v Jin) Umir nth of Coiiilmi Pharmacy. ttlSI'ON, Mailt HtrwH OltEOON. -p L. Nit KLIN DENTIST ' Otni-vovrt WIIkui I'lmritnwy. CONDON . ; OltKOON C. S. PALMER, p'rtlstiY Barber. Sleelc Shaves and Hnir-citts. Razors honed and r-ftround. CONDON -j -REC0N. 8-e our cluhbiutf olfer wllbthv Haltnti CMpltal Journnl,. It U your chuure to Kl two utMkl pnpf for the prim of on. The Ui-uik will give ytn all th hoiuo ami enmity iiwm nnl tha Clial Jour pkI will el v you all tha Utt ami (ffir nl nw nl a full account of tho h'glU tlv r oft fti lnic. ThU 1 Jimt what you M ut fur thn newt of Ilia Pnnilnir rnlon of tho l'KliilHtttr. 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