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. THURSDAY. MARCH 84, I0O4. THI OFFICIAL PA PR R OF OILLIAM COUNTY, ORKOON. LOCAL NEWS, J, A. Richmond wm In from Ftrry Oenron Tneely,.t Cash padl for count? warrant. Kw q tilr at tlili oflk-e, Uen. H.Dnkrk return! Hstnrday from a Kastern trip, Fresh roasteit peanuts itt Jackum's, Aim fresh candles and nots. A ton wat born to Mr, nd Mrt. John lllohmond, of Ferry Canyon, Uit 8ao day, 8111 Bklrts Finest Mnt aver off red In Condon. Jnt received at Bteplieif ttt A Wllcot'a Mr. John Jackson returned Thursday itom a pleaeaut IU with triaiitit to IS.rtlaod. Richard MoMahon, a prosperous hog ralatr uf furry Canyon, wm in toon Fri day. Fred Wilson returned from The Dalles Thursday where he spent a week or te on Inislaeti.' '' ' , " ' tKm't fait to ar th Talhftt Droa.watd ar. For aula by (ha Oregon Tradl ng Co., Wasco, Oregon, t Mrt.' W. A. Uoodaln was seriously III (or several layi during iht week hot it now improving. Call and at the elegant II naol Jackets Coatt and Capes Jutt received at fileph tnon A VVIIcui'a A danaa log prevailed hara Baturday and the day wat hy far tha most disagee Ue of tha season. Hara yoo seen tha weeder? 34 eold In 10 dart, Sold only hy Oregon Trading 0i., Waaco, Oregon.' Iulure yonr snecess and order a Talbot lirua. Weeder for aala hy Oregon Trading Co., Wasco, Oregon. Mrt. K.F. Munroa, and ton, of Arling ton, fama out Saturday M remain for aalilla on bar homestead. For Bate I) mble bottom gang plow almost new. Enquire at thla oflii-a. Aim new aft breeching harnaaa. Charlie Llllia returned from I'orland fteturday. ttedeliverel aehlpmeotot fat hoga at Troatdala lait weak. Mite Mary Kargl who bat been attend ingtchonl at The Dalles fur tavcral liiontha, returned lioitie Friday. Mrs. E. O. Merrldsld, who haa bean visiting bar mother on Hock Creek for a week or en it expected home toon. Heletst yoor pluwa, barrowa and t!rillt fur tha coining aeatnn ai W. L. Berker'e implement hnaae, Condon, Oregon. Fred Satidtra returned from Portland Tliuraday where ha spent aeveral dayt vUitlng friends and atUn hug business matter. Bihject for aermnn at ftaptWt cltnn lt Monday uorntng:"esons From a tiny Life," HuhjWt for evenln sermon: "A tj'ieetinn in I'rolit and ve." Mlta Minerva Neal, formerly of Con don hut now a resident d Monmouth, hat bean engaged to tearh the Lot Val ley school tha tar in to begin April 11 Mr, and Mrt. Otcar Maler, of Ajas, were in town Tuesday. Mr. Malay says tha socialists will cast'a heavy rote in Ferry Canyon urecinct at the coming election. Try onr Oregon City brand of Herd er'a and Handler's Shoes. Ilniiftrian nailed free. Large assortment of Ulnve lloeary, Shoe Oil", Dressing, etc. Terma caah. 0. W. Proprt Wm. Maple, the well known Mack, einith, who hat rman "reding up" at 1'ortland and other Wetter n Oregon polntt alnre the holidaya, returned t bonchgraat land Friday, Notwithstanding the atormv weather an entertaining recital waa given hv Mita Bedgwlrk and aeven of her mujlr pnpila at the home of Mra. (. A. Rerrr Satarday afternoon. Wagon, ftiiggiee.llka and all kind' of Fanning Implementa at W.'L. (tnr ker'a big Condon Implement hoii. Now it the time to atock up for tha hnr-y Spring farming aeaaon. Mite Mamie rVnpgln retnrned fmm Sherman couniv Sutnrlav where etie baa been vititing friend for i n tlm She commenced a term of whnol In the II. N. Anderinn district M in lav innrning. t. Mitt Litla Clarke, who haa been at lending a hutinen college In Portland einoe laat fall, returned Friday and fill remain af home during' tha Summer Site will retnrn to tha city to complete her coorae nest fall, Henry Cavender and family, of Xa nionl, Iowa, have arrived and will Innate in thla vicinity. They aw setting a rough introduction jutt now in the wav of Oilliain county weather bnt "every day'll be Summer by and by." Mist Kate Greinar retarned Sunday from Portland where the haa been for tome time purchasing a itock of mlllin (try good. She will open her itock in her residence recently purchaaed from F. M. Springtton at an early date. It ti ft wonder the Walla Walla weed er. Cuta 8 feet only takei 6 horefl. We the Oregon Trading Co., of Watco, Ore gon, guarantee them to kill anv weed or foul plant that growa and will leave the land in good condition for any crop. Jack Ginglea, a noted deepnradn of 'Waahlngwn, waa killed by omVera near Spokane Sunday morning whil reelnt 'lug arrest. Hla brother waa arretted at North Yakima a few daya before and It now in jitit there on a a charge of rob lxry. It is reported that the one in jail at North Yakima hna cnnfeed to the robbery of Coe't raloon at Arlington - ntilrh rKWurred eral inopt.li nyv Jim Hurnt waa called to Arllngt h Friday to take care of hla nncle, Jameo iHinn, who wai tuflferlng from a aevrre atlark of avthma at that plana. Mr. Dunn wai on hla way to A'lsona, but waa obliged to atop at Arlington, He It now I m protlng. lion. Frank Cornell, repreaantatlve from Linn county, arrived Friday to vis it hit parents. Mr, and Mrs, W m. (!or nett, of thla city, and to aUt In the cetejiration of their (loldan Weldlng annivvrtary which took place last Sat urday, Charlie Carter hat sold his ranch la Ferry Canyon U 0. 0. Portwood. The tract contained 160 acres and the price was 1200. Mr. Carter and family ei lect to reahle In Portland in the future he leaving for ttial place Sunday morn ing to make arrangements to move hie family there, Klder W. A. Goodwin ha a letter In the Oregon Sunday Journal in which he challenges any elder or apostle of the Utah Mormon church to meet him in public delmte In Portland the question being the attitude of Joseph Smith and the early Church of Jesus Ciirist uf Lat ter Day Saints on the question of polyg amy. To Revive Eleottio Plant Kdelu U. Amine an I Frank it. Guyhrlng, vf Portland, were here a day or two last week looking over the elec tric lighting plant which ia a part of the Condon Milting Co.'s property, with a view lo baying that part of the hoines and pulling the aame in operation. To this paper . the gentlemen staled that tRay were well pleasa-l with the general outlook for tlie lowu and the baaines opportunity ou"r-d lu the lighting bni- nes. They staled tuat they own an I operate similar plant in a number ol towns aud that they aspect to clo a deal with Mr. Brown lor the Condon plant at no early date. If they do so thev will eecnre a it for their iMiwer plant in aoiui central hmtiou and hope soon iu have the plant in operation. It Saved His Leg. P. A. Dmilorth.nl LaGrange, (ia., suf fered for eii month wild frightful running sore on his leg; but writes that Bm kleii'e Arnica Salve wholly cured it in live dava. For Ulcers, Wounds, Piles, it's the Iwsi salve in the world. Cure guaranteed. Only 25c. This remedy la (or aala by Condon rnarniary. Serious Stabbing Affray. A aerlooa statitiing eff'av M-correl at l a dam at me horn- hi vieorgo Jones at Lt Vally, last TuKUv night n I a a emolt Un Kolv tie auto Wit hovering between lile'an I death enffr- mg frm a 'm l knife wound in ihe right eide tVuiU of the effalr are hard to ihiain at this time hut from report brought in Siiiidav. br ,Mer. Cox ami A ud rm m ' who bva In I hit nighhor- IhmmI it teem that the tii'n wta a gen- entl one end that AI Smith was the knife weil ler, Toarrfrrtof tha affair given hy Vlr. O i wt suhjtautially ai follow: Had fi-eling had stinted between Ens- ley end the Munger tioys for an ne lime and the the Hungers and Al Smith went to tha dance at June' with the el press ed intention of "doing Ensley op." The threw Mongers attacked Ho ley outnile the door an I were ell promptly knocked down hy Em ley who ia described a a young physical giant and rather handy with his tints. While engaged with tha third Mnnger Ensley a struck on the head with a club by the OrH one who went down aud we knocked back ward into the doorwity. While yet dawn he was struck with a dirk by Smith who then ran for the timber. Smith wa lo cated lh" next day and was arrested and taken to Fossil where he is in jail. The Mnnger boys were also arrested and tak en to Foiail where one entered a plea of guilty and was fined $15 while the other plead not guilty and his trial was set for yesterd ay. Sentiment in the Lost Valley country is said to be with Eualey in tha matter and feeling Is strong agxlnst Smith. Best Remedy For Constipation. "The finest remedy (or constipation I ever oed ie Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets," save Mr. Eli Butler of Frankville, N. Y. "They act gently aud without any unpleasant effect, end leave the bowels in a perfectly natural condition." For iMtl hy Condon Pharmacy. . The Sunday Journal. . The firrt isrueof the Oregon Sunday Journal hat appeared and Is full? i; to expectations. The Daily Jonrnel isouly a two-veariild hut it hae already made for ilsell a idace in Oregon journaliam which many cyder newspapers might fnvy nnd the Sunday edition nicely tills out the weekly cycle of up toda'e news and on trammeled editorial op niont which h as mad the Journal a favorite in thous and of Oregon homes. The Sunday edition contain 44 pages and is brim full of news, special featured and adver tising matter, the last named feature being dear to the ln-arl of every pub lisher.' 'The Journal is able and fen r leu nnd honesr ami that it-why it bat been able to butt into a hitherto forbdden field and make a go - of tha project, tlere't to the J urtial, Long may tha wave. More Riots. Disturbance! of strikers are not nearly at grave as an individual diorder of the system. Overwork, lost of sleep, nerv ous tension will he followed hy otter collapse, unless a reliable remedy ia Im mediately employed,. There's nothing so efficient to cure (tinorder of the Liver or Kidneve as Elwtrlc Bitters. It'a a wonderful tonic, nnd effect! v nervine and the greatest atl arnnnd medicine for run down systems. . It diepela nervous ness, rheumatism and neuralgia and ex pels malaria germs. v v , ; , ; i Ohlv BOo. Satisfaction gnaranteod by fTondiit Plutrrimnv, . ' . ' '' ' Ball Players Get Busy. Con d' oi will have a ImmImiII nine the coming Summer that will be a credit to the toe n. Indications now are that evert the aplendld record made by the Condon boys last season will la) totally ecllpsei! during 1SHH. A meeting waa held last Friday afternoon at which most of the pr'itieitlive plavert were present and the preliminary steps were taken for launching a winning combina tion for the coming Hummer, The player selected Friday are as follows Pearl Jarvis, L. Siebsl, Joe Block, Gerald Horns, J. (j. Jarvis, H. A Hcoggln, John Anderaon, Fred Edaardo, Gns Morris, D It. Parker. Mr. Sielmls wsa eehs-ted as mansger and Pearl Jar vis as captain of the team. Mint of the players are well known here and are old time favoritea with Condon devotee of the game and the newly acquired play er all cm highly recommended. Mr. 8iebal formerly played with the Salt Lake teaoi and waa a popula umpire in Ihe Intermonntaln country a few years ago where Ja ha acUnl in that capacity fr many good games. Mr. Parker haa plaved for several aeaaon with g Hdl teams in the Willamette val ley and is said to be a 'cracker jck" caUdter. lie will prohebly play in that place the coining aeaaon. Pearl Jarvia list been selected ae pitcher and with him In tha box the Condon fan may sorely coont on some pretty work and some hot playing. Positions for the other plaver have not Iwen definitely settled yet but with the material at hand it may be safely taken for granted that every place in the lineup will be ahlv filled. People of the town generally are tak ing a lively interest in the matter and the Gloib expects to see Con Ion' team cover itself with glory before th cle of the season. Ite hill furnih-a good dean sport foe ever) body and every citi- ten hould giv the Condon team liieir moral and material aupport in its effort to give the town a series of high ela games daring th season f 1904. Saw Mill Sold. Herbert ilalsuad. of the Lost Valh-y Lomlier o., t.a' sold i.U mill, land mid other properU in Uuckhoru to F. M. Pliter, if thie city, and Jack Carr, d Foosil. The deal was made Saturday and the pap-r will be eigned and th- final transfer male in a day or two. Mi. Hslstead has hoi It np a fine Imxine- thve and it wa only on account of his wife' h-alth and the urgent n-i-titv for seekinig a mild-r climate that indm- el him to dispose of it. Mr. tlalstead will be here moat of the Summer cloeing ni hi hu-ouiM ami hi f initi. will initio in Portland In Ho- Fail they will go south to a home in the region "f halini breesanl erH-ioal imirhine. Mr. Carr has had long experience lu the itw mill leininei' a mxttager of the .lutte l!rwk mill at Fmsii an I Vfr Plner ha al) hail experience mthe tuine. flie nw owners will n i louht d well in their veniuie. Charlie's False Step. Charlie Etrhart, of lone, who is well known here, had and ex perieno" in Port land recently wiiirh h will not s.in fo get. It tepM-d into ai .-n elevator haft and fell into In h4mn F-k tuoately he wa on the gro-i nd fl-nir when he ma le the f ilse stp and fell only ten or twelve feet, ittrrmg a a vera shaking U he waa not injured. The moat serious tMtni- of the accident was tha' j lit a h atrnck th bottom he heard the elevator above htm starting down. He threw himself on the fbior and waited the inntant the car was roh ing down and that Instant probably seemed an hour long. "I didn't know in the darkm"," said Mr. Earhart, "whether the rage won id stop before it flattened me or not, and I thinx I w ah i'lt vH spra l out over the floor as I would have been if the car had Uo led on me." The bump ers, however, hel I the car from touching the prostrate man, though nutil the ele vator moved upward again Earhart could not move a moatde, but remained hngging the grimy floor, A woman noticed Earhart'a idnnge and told the elevator hov who sent his cage to the second fi-atr aud allowed the prisoner to crawl nut. Democratic Catl. The Democratic County Convention for Gilliam County it hereby called to meet in the cou-t house at Condon, Or egon, on Saturday, April 16, 1004, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the put pose of nomi nating candidates for county olBc-rt-, el ecting delegates to the state ami con gressional conventions and transacting anch other business at may properly come before the convention. Delegates to this convention have heen ppointed as follows: Arlington 4. Lone Bock 3, rSlaloca 5, Matney 2, Condon 6, Mayville 3, Ferry Canyon 7. Rk Creek 4, Idea 1, Trail Fork 2. Willow Creek 8. Being one delegate at large for each precinct and one for every 15 votes or major portion thereof cast for Supreme Jndge at the Inat state election. The prituariea for the p.irpose of elect ing delegates to the county convintion and for nominating precinct and district officer will lie held at the usual voting places in tire varions precincta on Wed nesday, April 13, 1904. Bv order of Dniiocraiic County Cen tral Committee. - Johh A. MeMoBRIH, Chairman. . Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured. William Shaffer, a hrakeman of Den niaon, Ohio, was confined to hie bed for several week with inflammatory rhen roatitttn.' "I need many medicines," he tityt: "Finally I sent to MuCaw's drug store for a bottle of Chamberhin'a Pain Balm at a time when I was unable to use nann or toot, . and in one week's tune was able t ) go to work as happy a a clam. ,'' ' .'. . ' ' . For wile hy Condon -Pharmacy." ''''" Now is the in fortify youriwlf against the season's sieknei. (ioto the Condon I'naroiary bimI pramre a bot tle of aome of the eslleut tonics for sale there. Jeweley We have on hand a fine aaaortment of Jewelry t reaannalile pri.s including Diamorela, Sep phlree, Unhies ete. Come ami eee them. Toilet Soaps We have a complete stk of Toilet Roans, Face Cream, Tooth Powders, and other Toilet aril cle nsnally fonnd in a first-class drnt store. Remember We enmponnd presrriptions exactly an lhedoc tor writes them. We do not substitute. Condon Pharmacy UAViNG PURCHASED S. B HARTSHORN'S INTEREST Iff THE FIRM OP CLARKE & HARTSHORN! RESPECTFULLY REQUEST A CONTINUANCE OF THE GENEROUS PA T RON AGE EN0 YED BY THE OLD FIRM. M. O. Clarke, Succeseor to Clark a Hartshorn. Furniture, Beds, Bedding, Stoves, . Ranges, Shelf Hardware, Tinware, Paints, Oils Etc, a Just a Moment! Yon will find thei if Caiidir, Nttta, Gilliam In the Spring Your blood is apt to be impure You ehotild go to Jarvis' Pharmacy and purchase a bottle of Dr. Syrea' Saraaparilla or eotne other excellent standard remedy sold by this bouse. It will speedily set your system to rights. Prescriptions carefully compounded by us. - 'i I 3918 J Capita! $50,000. Surplus $20,000. Transacts a General Banking Business. Letters of credit Issued, fixchanga sold on principal cities In V.B. and Europe. Your patronago solicited. J.W.FRENCH. President. F. T. HURLBURT, Cashier. W. W. 8TEIWER, Vlce-Prea. O. D. STURQESS, Aeet. Cashier. I Harness and Saddles 11 ill l We have just received a large invoice J. of new stock and goods and are bet- p ter prepared than eyer before to Fup- ! ply the wants of our customers in is HARNESS. SADDLES and LEATH- : ER GOODS. . g& We guarantee satisfaction in price . , and quality. 1 South Main Street. ia finest Job prii)tin$ for Ifor Winter "Wear 1 For Ladlf. John Serootman'c Shoes excel in style, ctiinfiirt ami rlnrehilitv. All of these "the best ever" for purpose intended. DUNN Time 1 1 most complete tck Fruite atuf Cigare, in County at Jackson's. J. Q. JARVIS. iVOWSBruvuuuuinoSBbaN I Le E. Palmer WM,m.MM.nMreoii..mann.iiABiinann.ii..M.. .nm..u..Si fill at tie (JC0BE Office For Gentlemen. Bucklnaham & Hecht's make gives mil vernal satisfac tion. Rest all purpose shoe. BROS UP-TO-DATE MERCHANTS. GENERAL MERCHANDISE Dry Goods, Clothing, Notions. ' ' Ladies and Gentlemens' Furnishing's. gmn r - . ; J Stephenson & Wilcox i(p) v-L . . li - -fay Groceries and Provisions. Boots and Shoes. Call and Investigate onr flood a to qnalily and price. WHEAT INTERIOR WAREHOUSE n,IEAT Highest price pl l f.r Grain of nil kinds. Storage and tailing of Wool. General Warehouse and Ilerchandise ' Business gAtrog,cuTHiE i ca . if tms. THE Will eling GONDON HOTEL fuunniufunnruruirufuwtj rnnnnnnnrxnniuxr ruvuuwxnr J Ttie Palace Hotel, Z ELGIN MYERS, Prop. ! frkat sAmntAinm Kitfil Sn Mia Mtir - IB vwiHiHvmmo ssfi-s no vV i lAVin DtlpiiajA U 8 J fa with the best the market afford. , ' Special attention ; ft j ! given w tuo vuuuurt ut guens. . n J Headquarters for Traveling leri. 9 CONDON, OREGON. j DAnUAIlNo 1IM OANUIbb Having purchased the H. II. Little stock of confec tioneries, cigars, tobacco, etc., I will close out much of the old stock at greatly reduced prices to make room for my new stock which will soon arrive. Call and see me for bargains. ' J cuwinnuinnnjruvrtnruinnnjiarwuuu SUCE TiME TAELL Stages will arrive at and depart from Condon on the following schedule. .... ; ARRIVE FROM Fossil ...,...... 9:30 A.M. Arlington . . . . V .... .2:30 P. M. DEPART FOR Arlington 9:45 A. M. Fossil '. .2:30 P. M. J. W. Jackson & Ca. Props. WALL PAPER LATEST DESIGNS FASHIONABLE PATTERNS Iargeet and beet select ' ed stock in the County. Estimates furnished on , jobs as to mateaial and labor. V. A. DAHLIHC. Oregon Daily Journal, a Democratic dally newspaper, eight to 20 psges. i a year; $2 (or alx months. The Journal ia a newspaper. Send In your subscription. Interest your neighbor in The Journal. Address The Journal, Box 121. Portland. Or. For iinttloor bad weather wear Napa-Tan, High top enow ond mnl ex cltiilers. , Wear like trim. An Ad in the Globe brings results ARUKSTCa, BLAL3CX. C30CIAS, KM nnnruwJtnjjruriijn UKDER HEW MAHACEMENT. Mm, R H. Vai.h, J'eop. pater tV the want of the trav public in a hianner to warrant ' ratiafaction. 1 Onlrallf Located, Corner Main and Spring Streets, CONDON, OREGON. irul L. T. Price. Moore & Golden, GASH GROCERS. Our stock is now arriving and - ie fresh, clean-and uprtc-date. GROCERIES : FRUIT V VEGETABLES All fresh and good to eat. Call and get our prices. SPRINC STREET, C8KBQX, QRECOK: oc The Kino Stock of Millinery Goods at - Dora Downing's, Comer Spring and Oregon Street?, Condon, Oregon. Terrifield, jesidept rtist. Studio Uest 5ide fortr; . TaiD Strt. Qondon : Oron. REGULATOR LINE STEAMERS. From Portland to The Dalles. Steamers: "Baily Gatzert," "Dalles City," "Regulator," "Metlako," Steamers leave Portland and The Dalles daily (except Sunday) at 7 a. in., connecting at Lyle, IVaah., with C U. & N. Ry. Co. for Daly, Centerville, Goldendale and all "Klickitat Valley points. Excellent meals 6erved on all steaiuers. Fine accomodations fur teams and wagons. Call on 05 address . II. C. 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