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jilAVPAitS PORTLAND V. The latest development in rail- founded report that the Northern Pacific is to build line down the north side of the Columbia to the mouth of that stream where a ship iing point will be established in eppoaitiou to Astoria.- This will mean the cutting oft" from Portland "of ft large ' amount of the wheat hipping bubinegs which that city now enjoys. While this situation ; is not calculated to make Portland feel particularly hilarious, it may Ve reckoned as a harbinger of better davs for all the vast area of the In ... land Empire, in that it will at least give this section the benefit of two "lines of railway ' where heretofore one , has monopolized the whole field. It is true that railroad com panies have been known to com bine for the matntainance of rates , and they may do so again but etui the two roads will ' no- douht serve the people a little better than one i J t..i ii. : use uuiib. j-uh iuo ultra iruuiin- mg phase of the situation, as affect ing the welfare of Eastern Oregon smd Eastern Washington, is the effect it is already having on Port land who regard to the opening 01 the Columbia river to navigation. Portland has, in the past, been open to the charge of being half hearted and luke warm on the question of Upper river improvements. It has 1 J U . kA. ! feared that river steamers laden with wheat from the upper country might pass the mouth of the Will amette and steam on down to Asto ria. This possibility may have de terred the metropolis from being over-xealoos in working for an open ' river in the past but now that her old ally, the O R. A N., is said to be ready to give her the marble heart and haul wheat direct to Astoria, there is a great awakening along the lower reaches of the Willametie on the subject of an open Columbia and on the importance oi the de velopment of the Inland Empire as related to the supremacy , of Port land as a trade centre. If Port land will stand pat this time and use all of her great influence to wards securing for the trans-Cas- mHa pcrinn the Hrpfit. nf water ir&nRnnnaiinn. ane miv apivnn nn '.-V?. -""LIT 1 Eastern Oregon to stand by her. Otherwise things may be otherwise all along the line. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bnmo Qitiiiine Tablets. AU dnj(ffriU refund the money if It fail to care . W. Groye'i iMcuature it on each box. 25c The evidence which is being ad duced dav bv da v before the anthra- rf rf cite coal strike commission is enough to make every. American hang his head in Rhamf That men ran hp " so absolutely heartless and cruel and so lost to every sense of justice and'right as these coal operators are shown by the evidence to be is hard to believe of 20th century Americans. The Negro slaves in tha SrklirK In iKa anfa Kalinin An it a wuv uvruvt aij vJ V ante Kit U UJ uajD were pampered pets as compared wuu mw5 rennsyivania coai min ers of today and the discipline to which they were sometimes subject ed was kind and humane . as com pared with the discipline of the coal fields. The blacks were sometimes flogged but they were no.t thrown out in the storm to freeze and die after long years of toil on the plan tation had unfitted them for further pervice, as the evidence shows has been the case in the coal fields. The story of the insane cruelties ofXero in old , Rome is shocking and "revolting to the average mind but it is easier to excuse the vagar ies of a mad man who lived in the very dawn of Christian civilization than to justify the acts of a combi nation of cool calculating business men who make a study of bartering human life and human hopes and and happiness and honor for a few pounds of coal. It is a pity that the Commission is not clothed with sufficient power to sentence some of these operators to 10 or 20 years hard labor in their own mines un der the same conditions they hab itualy impose on , the people who now toil there day after day for a mere apology for an existence. It would be no worse fate than some of them deserve. ! ' ociya n o was lorrureu. "I suffered such pain from corns I could hajdly walk, "writes II. Robinson, Ilillslioiiingli, Ills. ,'lml Bncklen's Arni ca Salve completely enred them. Acts like magic on sprains, bruises,' cnta, eorva, m-alds burn, boiN, ulcers. Per feet, healer of skin diseases and pile, uue guaranteed by Condon Pharuiacv. a XV a - , THE Tin prwnt price of wihhI in Cor don 110 per cord makes the an thracite coal trust look likeSO cents. The present situation in Veneiu ela seems to offer Cncle Samuel another opportunity to dma little stunt in the "benevoUnt assimila tion" line. But perhaps the old gentleman feels that he has recent ly assimilated about all he can as initiate. Marconi, the inventor of wireless telegraphy, is said to be perfecting another "invention which when made public will astonish the world. PeYhaps he has discovered a wire less method of transmitting heat and food from the palaces of the coal trust kincs into the crowded tenements of New York where the poor are freezing to death by the scores on account of the high price of coal. Rnssel Sage's farm has been sold for taxes. Some one ought to take up a collection for the poor old man. . - Galusha A. Grow, after half a century of service in the national House of representatives, from Pennsylvania, is to retire at the end of the present term. He is now 79 years old. Hetuade his first speech in Congrsss upon the sub ject of Mao's Right to the Soil,'.' and his last notable utterance in the House was upon the relation between capital and labor. He councils co-operation as the solution of the vexed problem. The ulti mate outcome of the application of the co-operative principle would be to approach towards socialism, with state ownership as the fiuality. Co operation can be attained in its full ness only by state ownership, such as we have in the federal mails. While Mr.Grow does not go to that extent in the advocacy of co-operation as a settler of labor-caitpal difficulties, economists are lately inclined to the view that that is the logical outcome from the inaugura tion of a co-operative reeime. - Portland Journal. A. J. Snell wanted to attend a party, bntwaaatraid to do so on account of pains in his stomach which he feared would grow worra. He aaya, "I waa telling my troubles to a lady friend who said 'Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy will pot yoa. in condi tion for the party.' I. bonght a bottle and take pleasure in stating that two doees cared me and enabled me to' have a good time at the party." Mr. Snell ia a resident of Summer Hill, N. Y. Thla remedy ia for eale by Condon Pharmacy. Condon ranks with Portland and Seattle now. All three places .are tusseling with the ''wide ''light closed" problem. open vs Food Changed to Poison. Putrefying food in the intestines pro duces effect like those of arsenic, but Dr. King's New Life Pille expel the poi sons from clogged bowels, gently, easily bat surely, coring Constipation Bilious ness, Sick Headache, Fevers, all Liver, Kidney and Bowel troubles. Only 25c. at Condon. Pharmacy. School Notes. . (MABEL PRICE, Editob.) The average attendance in the princi pal's room last moth was 93 per cent. Why do our parents not visit our school ? The record shows that not one has visi ted the principal's room doring tne pres ent term. . It seems that they might vis it os once in a while for it is a fact that they visit their friends. Why not visit os? Ia it because they do not consider school work worthy of their attention? We le'ieve it only to be carlessness. Please encourage both teachers and pu pils by visiting ua often in the future. Irene Moore has re-entered the inter mediate department after an absence of several weeks. . - - -...jj. Unss:e Darling, Myrtle Rice, Lilla Clarke and Will Tuwnsend are abaent thia week. '.:.. l'rof. Allen visited the grammar -department Tuesday afternoon. COUGHS AND COLDS IN CHILDREN Recommendation of a Well Known Chicago Physician , I use and prescribe Chamberlain's Congti Remedy for almost all obstinate constricted coughs with direct results. I prescribe it to children of all ages. Am glad to recommend to all in need and seeking relief from colds coughs amd bronchial afflictions. It ia non-narcotic and safe in the bands of the most unpro fessional. A universal panacea for all mankind. Mkb..Maby R: Melendy M. I)., Ph. D., Chicago, III. Sold by Condon Pharmacy. The Oregon Semi-Weekly Journal, ' a Democratic newspaper,' ever fair and al ways free; l4 copies in one year for only $1.50 to any address. The Journal, P. O. Box 121, Portland, Or. Oregon Daily Journal, a Democratic dally newspaper, eight to 20 pages, U a year; $2 for six months. The Journal ia a newspaper. 8end in your subscription. Interest, your neighbor in The Journal. Address The Journal. Box 121, Portland. Or. . .... . . , . ALVILLE. 'Wt are having om winter, weather down here, to thW-k enough to cut with a knife ami the goun J still covered with snow. NSIville will toon boast of a new hall. FmV Farrar, Ajax, was np and 1 prtil uiulay tt.li Mr. mid Mrs. Male? The drama Alville wm to pint Jan. 2 H3 has lieen deterred till July 4, 03 All invited. Mr. M'Omnell and Mr. Vssnn chang ed residences hiet week. Miadie fver spent "several days with her friend in AlvilHi last week. Several of ilie young jieople of Alville attend) the dance at Mr. Armstrong lat Friday.. Clift Maley, of Af, was in this city last week. Com one come all and j"in the Buffa loes. Ten runs of oyelers ia the tea. . It is reported that iv (.ollina had a narrow eerape from having his left arm thrown out of place on hie wav home from the dance .last Friday. Mr. Neel, of Lone Hock was in this vicinity buying calve last week. Come to Alville and shake jonr foot Cuiialmas. v Saw Death Near. "It oftea made my heartache," writea L. C. Qertreet of Elitin, Tenn' "to hear my wifecngh ontil it aeenied her weak and ere limits would collapse Good doctor said she waa so far gone with Conanmplion that no medicine or earthly help could aave'her, but a friend recommended Dr. King's Kew Discovery and persistent uae of thia excellent med icine vaved her life." Ita absolutely guaranteed for roughs, Colda, Bronchi' tis, Asthma and all Throat and Long dieases. - Guaranteed bottles 50c and $1.00 at Con don Pharmacy. Trial bottles free. Officers Elected. . The regular annual meeting of the Condon Branch. L. D. S. church, waa held at the church last Saturday after noon at which time the following officer were elected to aerve for the ensuing year: Presiding Elder A. B. Moore. Priest Wm. Smith. Teacher 8. B. Hartshorn. Deacon Wm. Livingston. Secretary and Chorister Mrs.' S. B. Hartshorn. Organist MisaJanie Hartshorn. Leave your aobacription to the San Francisco Etaminer at thia office and we will do the rest, and save yon post age, trouble etc. A New Remedy. The old frienda of Chamberlain's Congh Remedy will be pleased to know that manufacturers of that preparation have got ton ont a new remedy called Chamberlain' atomach and Liver Tab lets, and that it is meeting with much success in the treatment of constipation. biliousness; sick headache, impaired di gestion and like disorders, 'These tab lets are easier to take and more pleasant in effect than pills, then they not only move the bowels, but tm prove the appe tite and correct any disorders of the stomach and liver. For sale bj Condon Pharmacy. ' The Ladies' Aid of the Congregational church held a successful Fair in Armory hall Tuesday evening. . A Good Cough Medicine. From ths Gasttte, Towoimiba, Australir. I find Chamberlain's Congh Remedy ia an excellent medicine. I have been suffering from a severe cough for the last two months and it has effected a core. I have great pleasure in recommending it W. C. Wockneb. Thia ia the opinion of one of our oldest and moat respected residents and has been voluntarily given in good faith that others may try the remedy and be benefited, as was Mr. Wnckner. This' remedy is sold by Con don Pharmacy. ; . , Stops the Cough and works off the Cold. Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets care a .cold n one djr. No Care, no Pav. Price 25 ceutt Strayed. One red two-year-old heifer with white face. No earmarks. Branded on both hips. Suitable reward for informa tion leading to her recovery. R. E. Summers, Condon, Oregon. The Oregon Weekly Journal, a Demo cratic newspaper, 16 pages, full of news all of it! It a year to any address. The Journal, P. O. Box 121, Portland, Or. Oar price- wilt enrpn'sfl- jw. Our motto is ''Live and let Live.',' Condon Furniture and Hardware Co. Guns, pistols and ammunition at Con don Forniture and Hardware Co. ; " 4 Largest and moat complete stock of wall paper in the county at Condon Fornitnre and Hardware Co 'a :, . i A i . - The Condon Furniture and- Hardware Co. carry the largest and most-complete line of Furniture and Hardware, ever opened in this section of Eastern Oreg on, ' Call and see them.' " ' We are here to stop yon from ginng to Portland to buy Furniture. Buy from na, at home, and save money. We can show yon how, Condon Furniture and Hardware Co. Pictures, Frames, Rags and many fancy house decorations at Clarke & Frazer's Hardware and Furniture store. Let Clarke A Frazer figure with you on building material such aa Windows, Doors, Locks, Hinges, Nails and mould ings. . . . The Condon Pharmacy has All the lat est np-to-date sheet music at popular prices, , Try Condon Pharmacy's new photo devoloper. ' The show window at Clarke & Frazer's store iswell worth going to see,..' , The LORD U-U- : ' ' ,t . , t - r : I AO XJ ff rl ah r nAMrt . PrT Vv aH . 1 VfiV noauuuai Lora iui a ms itiiiiiis. v ' X " w- WlWWWW We are displaying the finest and most complete stock of Xmas -; ; gpodsever seen in v v'vsii' . Arlington ;r , : and at prices that : . defy competition. Give us a call and you'will not, -be disappointed. We have concluded to start our Clearance Sale earlier than usual and will m customers who purchase for-cash a discount of 25 per cent, on oiir entire stock of Clothing, Lad ies . Jackets; and Suits. Come early and ; make your is broken. ' :V"-- OUR MOTTO : s'- QUALITY, .QUANTITY, PRICE. LORD & CO. ' LORD & CO. Condon Milling Co. . . MANUFACTURERS OF ' . " High Grade Flour, CHOP and MILL-FEED ' STEAM-ROLLED WHEAT AND BARLEY. SCALE OFPMCES. Steam Rolled Parle v. .$19.00 Steam Rolled Wheat.. 19.00 Prices liable to Every sack of pur flour is fully TRY "OUR BEST," J . 'Not Better than the Best New Confectionery, We wish to announce that we have just opened a choice line of , Confectionery goods including Candies, Nnta, Cigara, Tropical and Domestic Fruits, Canned Goods, Stationery and Notiona, We are here to do busineaa and to please our customers and expect to accord courteous and (air treatment to everybody. Call and aee us. Price & Moore. Dunn Bros. Old Building. South Main Street. USEFUL AND BEAUTIFUL Easy Chairs, Rockers, Pictures, , Willow Rockers, SOMETKINC OF THIS KIND IS SURE TO . tiCF-:.-' You make no mistake CONDON FURIHTUflE - -- STAGE TIME TABLE. " Stages will arrive at ' and depart from Condon on the following schedule. ' - , , AHEIVE FROM . Fossil .... . . . , v. . .'fr . t9:30 A. M. Arlington . . . ; .7; .2;30 P. M. X -'lu ,., DEPABT.roX";,,.' '.. j.j-w '. . Arlington . . . . ..iv'. .9:45A. M. Fossil. i ; .2:30 P. M. J. W. Jackson & Co., Props. WANTED rAITHFUI PERSON TO TRAVEL for well established house in a few connties call Ing on retail merchant and agents. Local ter ritory. Salary 11024 a year and expenses payable $19.70 a week In cash and expenses advanced. Position permanent. Business successful and rushing. Standard House, 334 Dearborn St, Cbl cago, Illinois, v. V V ; ' Ijue popldurtise ip a ljue. paper JQipB .Quality Store & .COMPANY i ARLINGTON, OREGON. Mill Feed .....k $14.00 Flour, per bbl 3.45 change at any time. , guaranteed or money refunded. But Better than the Rest'" vuuxruxriruvrinjwuinn, JUUVUUUlfl HOLIDAY GOODS! 1 Queensware, Glassware, Cutlery, Fancy Lamps, PLEASE THE ONE TO WHOM IT IS GIVEN in buying from us. -HfJ ' and HARDWARE GO. LONE ROCK-CONDON STAGE :v"v..v.",:LiML;-.' Lone Rock to Condon and return every day (except Sunday) carry ing U. 8. . Mail passengers and express- First-class teams and' rigs and experienced drivers, Special :.-, -, .... A, A f ai . care given to the comfort of passeu- ; P. II, Robinson will collect for all packages delivered at Lone Rock and collect fare on out going pass engers.'. v . - J. B. Goff, i Prop. Subscribe for the Globe, ' KERR CIFFOR & CO., PROPS. ..GRAIN.. Stored with us will receive the careful attention of experienced warehousemen. Barb wire, nails, salt, sugar, lime, ennent, feed and mill stuffs always on hand in any quantities. Gen eral storage aud forwarding. A trial makes you our customer. Arlington Warehouse Co D. D. THOMAS, Manager ARLINGTON, - - OREGON The Condon Barn , Only Orst-class Livery and Fead Stable In tha city. Fine naw rigs and good teams, Sjxclal attention to all stuck left In our , care. Large, strong corral In connection. Our terms art reas onable and we solicit yonr (wtronage. . Sorlnfrston & Rocrera. Pronrletora LOST VALLEY LUMBER CO. HERBERT HALSTEAD, Manager! ' . ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER. We offer a complete stock of Fine Surfaced Lumber, consisting of Flooring, Cell ; log, Rustic, Slilp-lap and all kinds of Rough Lumber. Careful atten given to bills of special sixes and dimension staff. , 1 ' MILL ONE-HALF MILE SOUTHEAST OF POST OFFICE, LOST VALLEY. PREGON. ' ' lAnaruiarinnwiAruuv Greatest Clubbing Combination. , .TWO WEEKLY PAPERS FOR THE PRICE OP ONE- GREATEST BARQ.VIN IN GOOD READING. By a epeclal arrangement wm are able to furnleh the CONDON GLOBE and THE WEEKLY CAPITAL JOURNALat the following clubbing price for both paperat . ForOne Year In Advance DI.50 For Six Months In Advance 75 The Journal prints the. moat (held newa about our state gor efnment and the full leglalatlve prooeedenge. Juet what you want for the ooming session. Ths Journal Is a large sight page paper full of telegraphic news upon Inquiry at Ihls offloe. THE CELEBRATED at . . COLUMBIA BREWERY . . ; AUGUST BUCHLER, Prop. ; . ;S Of the product of this well-known brewery the United States Health Reports for June 28, 1000. lays: "A more n parlor brew never entered the labratory of the United States Health reports. It is absolutely devoid of the slightest trace of adulteration, but on the other hand la composed of the best of malt and and choicest of hops. . Its tonic qualities are of the highest and It can be nsed with the greatest benefit and satisfaction by both old and young.. Its use can conscientiously be prescribed by the physicians with the certalntv that a better, pureror more wholesome beverage could not possibly be found." East Second Street, THE DALLES, OREGON. AYENERIOUS GARBOLINEUM Avenerious Carbolineum is here to. stay. , Ask those who have Osed 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, AGENTS. r. WOOD, M. D. Physician and Surgeon buy and ii lg lit falla rointly smwurvxl OIJU'S Nulni'.rwtiiMir Hiring, l,1)!UK)!," ... ' . . ORB. QR. a K. Ll HA PHYSICIAN ANDeUROfON. lnjr and nlnht mlli romll)f ailcmleit, Ortli 2nd duor sonth of Condon I'tmruury. t'OM)N, M.msirwt OUKOON. J- UNICKUS DENTIST Oltlra over w llwn t'liarmncy. comhin . . . , , cnr.uu?i a s. paIlijer, prtistl, Barber. Sleolc Shavesa , and Hair-cuts. Razors honod and rs-ground. CONDON OREGON. See oar clubbing niter with ih Kaleiu Capita) Journal. HI. yonr chance to gt two good paper (or the price ot one. Th.Uuutg will give yoo all the homo and eoonty ii.wa and Hi. Capital Jour n.l will give yoo all Hit Ut. and gener al newa and a (ull accoai.t ol the legisla tive proceedings. Thla la )ut what you want lor the newa ol tin coming .! on ol the leglalature. 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