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THE C0!100!l GLOBE Vvw . n.-r-- THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1903. V -srfriwu.u.p . . it nj-a -: -i THE OrriCIAL PAPER Or GILLIAM COUNTY, OREGON. .LOCAL NEWS, J. P. (IreWr waa to town Tuesday.. . Helling tackle Large, assortment t Clarke A Prater's. WVvt tultl out. When 70a tea bi k n what you owe as. Bprlnsnton A Rogers, An up-to-date lln of Jewelry and dia monds tt Cou Jon Pharmacy at reason able price. . The Condon Meat Co. will pay 8 cents per pound lor 1W chickens, Bring In your fowls, v All repairing sicept halt noting dona Absolutely Free on shoes told by on. 0. W. Propet 4 Co. Henry Comment, through lilt agent Abe Mover, pnrrhaeed hree city lota on tU Kaet Hlda Mouday. M. J. Relllng who apnt the winter near Portland haa retnrued to May villa. He was In town Tuesday. ' Profenaor Neili, ol Otei, commenced term of achool In th Strlcklin dlatrlot on ttock creak Monday morning. AnaanTina Wsatiir I'wr Watki Miibo Paint. Strictly reliable and M the ooat of oil paint at Clarke A, Prater's The very latett creatlona In Spring millinery. Buy your Esater hat early and get flrat choice, at Miss Dora Down Ing'a. Jeff l!ayee,of Lone Rork, "was In town during the week. Mr. Hay la art I II us ing erotcbea aa a result ol bla recent ac cident. ! Miaa Maggie fVott, who haa been visit Ing her alater Mra. John Jckaon lor eome time returned to ber borne in Portland Friday. Barb Wibi and Naiia at Arlington price InArlington and at Condon we add the freight only. A ear load on hand at Clarke A.Frsser'e. (Irand opening Display Friday and and Saturday. Pattern, trimmed and street hale. Prloea reasonable. Call on Mra. E. L. Madden. Tboea who contemplate building will find It l' their advantage to obtain Clarke St Fraser's prices. Why aend away when you ran do aa well or better t home. Mra. Ilogh Strickland and danghtert, who apent tbe Winter in Portland where the glrlt attended achool, retorned to their home on llay creek Sanday to apewd the Summer. J. Q. Stevenson waa In from Ferry , Canyon Tuesday, lie reported a heavy ball etorra at bla place Monday, Fine hall covered tbe ground to a depth , of two or three India. . TI10 Arlington L'nmber Co. cloaed a deal with J. Lancaater for a block of ground on North Main atreet oppoelte the "Condon Milling Co. 'a plant on which they will ettabliab a firat-clata lumberyard. A mother aiked her tittle daughter the other day, "Where do good little glrle go when they die?" "To heaven of coorae." "Where do bad glrle go? "I "To the atage office to tee the traveling men come in," waa the little tot'a reply. J. A. McMorria haa teemed the con tract to furnish the (ramea, moulding and other finiihlng material for the new court houte. Mr. McMorria will have Itla mill In operation at an early date and will no doubt find a big business waiting him for the coming aeaaon. Mr. Grimes, buyer for the Union Meat Co., of Portland, waa here the first of the week looking alter fat cattle. He bought the Dunn and Fitswater cattle here and went on to Mayvllle to look at everal lota in that vicinity. lie eipecta to take oat about 250 bead from tbla county. Olei haa completed the organliatlon of her crack ball team for the coming mm son. The city by tbe picturesque atream la all right in the way of brasa bauds ball teams and big city limlta, but If Condon, Arlington or Mayville are go ing to be In it on ball they would better get together and "play ball." Assessor Shetton with two efficient deputies, Mist Pearl Shelton and Otit Campbell, It still busily engnged In get' tin the affairs In shape in hit office be fore starting out to make the annual as sessment. Mr. Shelton takes hold of the work like a veteran and aaya there Is on ly one way to do tbe work and that la the right way. Word reached here from Oles Tues day that the new bridge across Rock creek waa in danger of going out. The etrong current waa said to be cutting un- derthe abutment and It was feared that tbe bridge might go out at any time. It waa closed to travel and tbe atage to reach Olei must go via the Cruiu grade ami hack down the new grade, R. W. Cooke has been awarded tbe contract of moving the old court house aud vault from the site of the new build ing. The old building will be removed to a temporary location on the southeast corner of the block where It will be used by the county olllcials until the new building is ready for occupancy. Mr. Cook receives $100 for the job. InThe Saddle Once More. Mill Creek, Crook County, Ore., Jan. 4, 1903. Hoffman Chemical Co. Gentlemen: -I wifih to congratulate you. . Your medicine 'h cer tainly the greatest discovery of the age." I lived in the midst of this stock raising country for year0 unable to eit in the saddle for any time without Buffering horribly until a friend recommended Dr Hoffman's Three Day Pile Suppositories. I have used 3 boxes and ttui now a well man. Very truly yours, Nelson Weight. Fot sale by J. Q. JARVIS, Condon, Oregon. Western Agency Hoffman Cliomicul Co., P.O.Box D8-, Portland, Oregon. H. W. Corbott Dead. Ri-tenator II. W. Grbtt, Portland's must prominent eltiten died suddenly of heart failure at hi home In tbaleity at 0 :43 Tuesday morning, lie was 70 years old. Mr. Corbett resigned his pillion a president ol the Lea Is and Chirk Fair on the day before bit death on account of falling health, but hit death came aneiueutedly. and at shock to the city and state. Commencement Exorcises at Olex. tatt Friday evening, at Wade's hall, Olex, was held the com mencement eg ercises of the eighth grade class of tbe public school of that place. It wat a red letter day for the achool aud the comma nlty generally and especially for the half doaen bright young people who compos ed the class and who ao esceliently per formed their part in making this first commencement occasion lu their school a great tnrcest. Mellie W Intel reid delivered the saluta tory and In a few well chosen words ei tended a warm welcome to parents, friends and neighbors. She was folio ed by Jesse W. Crum, who delivered the oration, chooctng for bis subject, "The Death of Benedict Arnold," which was delivered in an eicellent manner. "Tbe Lack ol Oregon Liter in re" waa the sub ject choeen by Alice Randall lor a inott interesting eatay. Mitt Randall's effort thowed much thought and etndy of the subject which was well composed and eicellently delivered. The Class Poem by Delia Randall was a gem and thorougly enjoyed by class and audi ence, and tbe valedictory, by Cattle Hall was all that the farewell addret ol sucb an occasion should be. Tbe Oles Cornet Band furnished good wutio for the occasion as did aleo a male quartette of Olei citiiens. Rev. V. O. Flowers, of Condon, delivered an enter taining and instructive address to tbe class and the diplomas were presented by achool superintendent W, R. leal. Several choice selections of vocal and in strumental tnutio were rendered by local talent completing a program which wat thoroughly enjoyed by all present. Professor Nash tbe efficient principal ol the Olei school is to be congratulated on the ooiulpete euccett of the occasion as well as the splendid showing made by his pupils in all of whom be evinces a pride which Is at once pardonable and proper. Olei may welt feel proud of bar young graduates of 1003. School House Location. At a meeting ol the electors ol Condon school district held Saturday afternoon to decide on a location for the new achool boose the site offered by Mont Ward In bis field being choeen. J. E. Lancaster withdrew his former offer to escbange a block on the East Side for the block uow occupied by tbe present school bouse and tbe contest narrowed down to the Ward offer and tbe present site. Mr. Ward donate two blocks to the school. As ntnal there waa tome disaatUUctiou over the result.' , , Loo Moore has sold his ranch north- went of town to Dunn Bros. The price paid w as about 12.50 per acre. Mist Edna Mahoney, of Oregon City, was the guest of her uncle and emit Mr, and Mrs. Ed Dunn during the week. The heavy wind storm Monday blew the church at Mayville offjthe founda tion. It is a wonder the building was not totally wrecked.' Marshal Armstrong rounded In one platn drunk Sunday and for the first time In several weeks tbe Hotel de Skookuni bad a lodger. Dunn Bros. A Greiner will thip thlir fat steers Monday to the Union Meat Co., atTroutdale. They told 100 head to that company at 6c per pound on foot. The Coming Men of America, an order of young men and boy t, of Alvllle, will give a grand entertainment Friday even ing, April 10, atlgo hall, Alvllle, See bills. Cantry A Palmer, the harness and saddle makers are busy taking care of their big rush of Spring orders. If you want anything in ibeir Hue give them a call. George Martin la reported to have re turned to Scotland. A letter received from him a few daya ago by a friend in Condon, written at Chicago, ttated that he waa en route to the old country on a visit. Elder Crumley, general missionary of the L. D. S. church in Oregon waa here the first of the week end conducted ser vice at the Saint's church Sunday morn ing and evening and Monday evening. Mr. Crumley ie one of the foremost preacher! of that faith and always draws a large audience In Condon. His many friends here will regret to learn that his health has failed him to such an eitent that the general conference will probably transfer him to a dryer and teas rigor ous climate. A stiff wind storm swept over Condon Monday afternoon which made tilings lively while it lasted. The big hay barn belonging to F. M. Springston just north of his residence was blown over and demolished and a couple of buggies in the barn were wrecked. Jim Rogers had just turned two horses into the barn and bad barely reached the house wben the bam collapsed hut fortunately the iiiHtinct of the horses caused them to rush out Inst before the barn went to pieces. It was a fortuuate escape for man ami team. r Go to the Condon Phar macy for Drugs, Patent Medi cines, &c. ft Large assortment of Jewelry. Condon Pharmacy (PRESCRIPTION GREETING! I To all those who have I have purchased Elgin Myers' Confectionery, In the Barr build ing, and am making many improvements in the same. My stock will consist of only tbe purest and beat articles, including GAUDIES, HUTS, CIGARS, LUHCH GOODS, SOFT DRINKS &C. H. H. LITTLE. txnnnrwvuvwwwjvitvwvinntvini FOR HOES, RAKES Doors, Windows, Locks, Moulding, Nails, Hinges, Screws, Stoves, Ranges and Furniture, Call on ! CLARKE & FRAZER. g Still at the 8 Old Stand With the finest line of op-to-date Candles,, Cigars and Totacco, Fresh Roaxtetf Pea Nnts, Almonds, B rati I Walnuts, Pccana and Filberts, Oranges, Lem ons, Apples, Bananaa and all other fruits in eeafci. Lunch Goods a specialty. Soft Drinks of ail kinds. John 00 c s sr u 5, C T3 mi 09 S 0 o " - XL tr m 2 ' 3 g. P 53 o o S2 n ft p 5 o H X 2 3 0 t ET t o 3 1 s o . . s . u 1 c IQ IQ 5T ea 2. tr is o sf v 2 2 9 3 2 3 Z n 3 ? Condon WM. O. EDDEN, Uanairer. Now Occupying Our Own Finest Beef, We recommend and guarantee our own make of Sugar-cured Hams, Breakfast Bacon, Lard Sau sage and Bologna t . ... Try them once and be convinced. finest job printing for fmt ' im W-iaija (t TIIAT ALEIS TO DF ASIYDRESSE I aWA g UP - m lauiiiuuiaiuuiiiiuiuiuiuuuiuuiiuuiuiiiiuuuiiiiiuu druggists.) : 'OA iAnnAnnruiniruuinnnnnnnnnanui. nnArtrinjj a "tweet tooth." s ruirtnnrvruuinAnnrfj AMD GARDEN SEED Jackson. is S? s 3 t "OB 3 tr. 3 O e a 2 at (3 B o 2 S tti S3 o OS; IS 2 cs sr 3 a w w uu w a ... r o 3 ,3 5 a: o 5 m si M D- O s-S" p t Meat Go. New Building Main Street Pork, Mutton. f II at tr)c 0BE Office. "iff DUNN BROS. TO - DATE MERCHANTS. 3 M SPRING G HOW ARRIVING. We are now receiving aivl placing on our shelve .the finest line of foot wear ever offered in Condon. Call and examine them. We guarantee Batixfiiction. 0. U. piOpSS 0 Q0. THE WEARING O'lT. Stephenson & Wilcox. Growing? Of coarse we're growing. ' Our burines is growing, oar , ' atock is growing And our ability to wrvejou inthebVet. ". possible wanner ie aleo growing. When yon need - - First-class Hand Made Harness and Saddles Call Cantry & on WHEAT INTERIOR WAREHOUSE WHEAT Highest price paid for Grata of all kinds. Storage and baling of Wont. General Warehouse and Herchandise Business. EALFOUR, CUTKRIE I CO . fcTCRS. HOTEL 'r : , ' a riruiJinuvuuvuiAnjvinruvuvuxrtr IflEHART'S RESTAURANT . The most popular hoBtlery in Condon. USIDER HEY MAHAGEL1EUT Onr table is enpplled with the beet the market afford". Wa eulicit a continuance of ibe former liberal pa trunage accord- -ed.thit hoDse. HEADQUARTERS FOR TRAVELING MEN T TO s w 0 D. M. RINEHART, Prop. CHARTER OAK A SMALL ASSGUNT CF FUEL P8Q0UCES AN IXXEKSE VCLUUE OF WA&SiTH. STOVES AND RANGES. CONDON FURNITURE M? HARDWARE CO. gSP You make no mistake in buying from us. -.g? Notice to Creditors. Estate ot John Maddock, deceased. Notice U hereby given by the undersigned, duly appointed Administratrix o( the estate ot John Maddock, deceased, to creditors of, and all persons hiving claims against, said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within six months after the first publication of this notice, the first publication hereof being Ttmraday the 5th day f February A,D. 1903, to the said Administratrix at her reslJjnoa at the Coui u Hotel In Condon the same being the place for the transaction of thehuslnessotthesaid estate, la the County o Ullllam, State of Oregon. Dated this fifth day ot Febra ry 1 903. Harah A. Maddock. 6am E. Van V actor, attorney for Administratrix. mm CljICAGO, Vi " Hair; 5t. t Th road ain't half ao hard tome If you wear an easy enow." We sell It yon 1iv U ; rrt nit two eat lfl l, srll pleawd perwms. Our Shoes for Men are eenible in ennxtrnftinn ami pleas Ing; to the eye and am dmtHt!, in theatrical parlande, to have a long and tncceaafat run, " ' . Palmer. Cooron. A3LIXCTCX, BUL0CX, COUCLAS, I3XE THIS POPULAR HOSTELRY Haa been thoroughly renovated and la now prepared to cater to the wants of the traveling pnblic. Com ntercial travelers and ot hers desiring the comforts of a first-tlawi hotel ill find tbla hoose suited t j their wants. Mrs. S. A. Maddock, Propr. MEALS 25Ci BEDS 25c. CONDON, OREGON '3 Notice. Notice is herebv given to the residents ol the town of Condon that the city eoane I haa eecared garbage gronndg on J. 11. Down in it's place immediately north of the new lane leading to the cem etery. No. garbage to be deposited wiihin 100 feet of either fence. All persona are hereby notified that they mast clean op their premises of ail manure, tfenria and other refaee matter within ten daya front the date hereof. and in caee of failure to do to steps will be taken bv the city to clean np such premises at the expense of the property. owners. ; B. AKMSTiwwa, - March 27, 1803. " Mattbal. viarr DR. JORDAN'S aeitaT 0USEU0 OF iriATQUY 1061 aURKET IT, BAM &ANCISC9, CAU Thslaiwtt Aaatemlcal Hmseia , la the Wer'l. Hrtn MranHa tm ffn CUy. A tsMirMM'Mtors. I W !. or any contract, d dlwM.pMltlftl; nrnl ( the eldet BrarMlat w the Paeiae U. (I0B0AH fEltATI DlSEASCt T aaa and smII1 ' mm4 mmm waa t aiitffcrtne . Irons the edects ot youlltlnl ln-1 m .knballMkllltr.la. arailana r txcaM in anaioier pMLmmmr, jat MttubueS ta.H lucnmpll sallmal Mwristrrltaaa, Fmlalw aMsrrstaa. CI lees, rmatan ' f U rlM(la. . Ry a eonkliwtlaa ef i remetltes, ot flnat eeraMT aower, lbs ttooter I kuauniinil him mslm' lit that It wlU Dot . only afford TiasnxHllMo rllfl, out eraotit ' euro, a ae uoomr www win v mnw" nifulM. hut at wall known to ao a lntr and I aqiMro Pnrllan and eiirtrnnwra omlnoai ' la alswoialty BUoeswro of Mrm. I tTPHlMt MieMKtwM! onutieatad from HI tnmai WHOm IM nvrnrr. I " flttotf kp aa Kinors. BaMlMstl 5 A euro lor Kaptair. A a,ntok an rowienl ; ; r curator PI Ira, riuaro an Fl-tKltat, by 1 Dr. Joraan a SDMial paiaiow nouioaa. . ' ETSST Jf Alt ar.elylni' tons wlUreeslve ' ' ' Mill 6wmmttw m t-QXirlVM CV3M to I ClfABOUa VF.RT MKASOXABUL Tnuu11.nl Mrnolial! V or br lellvr. w.i. ... nir f n 1 LOVOrHT T lainadSK. Mi:utt lisa (Avaioaoiel book lor mn.) (,-aiiorwnia DX JORDAN CO.. 1 0il Market II. 8. r. 111 , tt t JKd CM M.J SHtiMf, Attorney at Law, Kotary Public and Conveyancer. casB. e. oaW la twtul iim! unlldlci, kiitl tir4 s. A. f ATTIBOH E3TABI HJ2U3. Ofles ta Oloke Brtlding. COKBOJT, .... OftSGO. 8 AM S. TAX TACTOA ATTOmT.AT-LAW. Mas ettBtt Spring- rtrwrt aa Orsesa aveaaa eOBDOK, oBonir. -Tho'Reaulator Lin we jib Ma. raid I lis MTisinoH ca THROUGH FREIGHT AND PASSENGER LINE.. Dafiy line el SUamm Between Peftfan Vaacovrc CucU Locka, Hood Rrw aW aS Petata Us TaaBiagtM aUc, n ateaneii 9ana City aea Rgntawr teav rtland everr aimalBK (iieent angilarlaf. ad The Dalle at I a. a., anivtaf at de.Ua IUa la aaipl itasa tr oatgolng trains. rrelght Kates Greatly Bedaecd. W. C. ALLAWAT.Gen. irt. N Vaot of Comrt Street. The Dalles, Of. 0 L.,So V Snoqr LiriH juaiiruon Pacific 3 TRAINS EAST DAILY. Through Pullman standard and Toorist sleeping cars daily to Oma ha, Chicago, Spokane; tourist sleep ing car daily toEaniai City; threugh Pullman tourist sleeping care (personally conducted) weekly to Chicago, Kansas City, St. Lous and Memphis; reclining chair cars (seats free) to the E a s t daily. 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, D.TIERNEY, AGLNT. ARLINGTON, OREG. Treasurer's Notice. ' All county warrants registered priof to April 1, 1902, will be paid upon pre sentation at my office. Interest ceaeea after Mar. 15, 1903. P. II. Stephkvbos, Treasurer of Gilliam county, Oregon, WALL PAPER LATEST DESIGNS FASHIONABLE PATTERNS Largest and bent select" ed stock in the County. Estimates furnished' on jobeag to matcaial and labor. V. OABLiiiO. 1 Mvrii ifj- . ' - ;'-' .- ..