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THE CONDON GLOBE.
GENERAL MERCHANDISE Now is the Time THURSDAY. APRIL 31,1604. THE OFFICIAL PAPKR OF Q ILL! AM COUNTY, OHEQON. E- 1 ... '. l.Ll""l" 1 V.I - l.! LOCAL NEWS, A fh trlgriuU una orgiuilsr-4 , Utst Klghtltml of cftttl (or sale. L. W. lUrlliiif. . Forest Ksserve scrip t r sl, L. W. IWlliig. Htifiinii rrpurt kir crop e( Irol this itMon. CmmH flil (or ronnty warrants. Hn qulrti t tlilt ol!W, A 200 mir fsrm lor sl, Bis Trsr's tlm. L. V. Durllnj. ' Fresh roasted pimnnts itt Jscksrn's. Alio Ire li candle ml nuts, Cloutfli'i ClviWInl sullion lit Drtnti' It wry Urn after My 1 At It. BIS Thv bnet Imll Krnnml lis Imin snt.mtle rl duwn mitl Is now In h'kmI rniitton tor (ilttylnK, - Tltt ssml-snniul llstniiisiilol tli fl ttsneUI onuilltlon n( Gillmm comity ( nmrs In this Issu. Mrrlf at Urn PUrt otl, In this city, last TIionmU, Mr. A. J. Wsllor ml MIh lUrrU-t Iliiili. ' , ' For llimrit or not furt leant was Hi q nation wlilrh cnnsotl aoiitn'escileiitent at tlis slat convention Tnenday, Hslwt jrotir plows, harrows an I !rllle for th coming aeaton at W. L. Barker iiiiplmnsiit limine, Cml,n, 0'U"ii. Lost A tell ironoitiirlntf. ninrrrtern covsreil tcai-her'a Mlil. shout tltlO Inrlf wssqiart. Klmlur pleas la at this like. ! Itv. F. C. Flowers reftorts a goo I tiifoilnn In firoiirosa at MIU. Hv. 1'. C. Bailey, of The D.tll, Is doing the preaching, - Tlia warm ralna of the at weed have j lieen very benenVUI t growing crop. Tim pronptH'ts for a gol yield were never better. O.A.CHnton has at Inst began the lath of moving the old Barker hntldlng from Main street where It has stood for the past year. It. McKlnney last week aold 100 acre tit fln fitrmlmt land to "T. M. Burnett. Cmiaidnratlon 12)73.00. The pUc la wboiit on mil from Condon. For rent IUk ehop In the Model tiiiildlng, Condon, Oregon, aeven soonm, terma reaaoneble, r'or pnrtii'iilnra call or addrene Box 158. Condon, Oregon, The flmt ImII cam of tlm aoaton will tte, polled iifTon the Condon diamond tieitBnndav Wtween the Oondon and Oln tram if nothing nnfomeen hap lne. . ' Marrled--Siinil.lv, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. F. Ward, near till cite, Mr, Win, -kela ami Mr. lVar lUrites, Jutlr(j. I. Nuale performing the cere mony. The Ladies' Aid, of the lUptlnl cImitIi y:u'e an entertainment and tinnki-t irll at Armory hall Friday eveninil. A kmm) eim was clenrVd from Hie sal of the Hxkts. Try onr Oregon Cl'y brand of Ilord er's ami Rancher' 8lnws. lltmifHrlaii imilcd free. Lnrgt nMnrtjin-iit of (iloven Howry, Shoe Oil", Pressing, etc. Term cash. O. W, PropNt Diel at Arlington, at an early hour yesterday morning. Mr. Ilndson, fher ff Or. J. II. Iltt.nn, Deceased was hont 80 tears oM. We 'dl.l not. learn tho nauoe nf bia death. 8. A. 1'attiann, who was called to La Orandelant week by the IHtifM of Mr. I'atliaon, write tie that ohe la Improv ing but if still quite ill, She l suffering from acute bronchili. Wagons, Boggle, I lack a and all kind of Farming Implementa at W. L. Bar ker's b!g Condon Implement hn. Sow is the time to atock np for Hie lmy Spring farming season. ' Edward Dunn, Andrew Grainer and Henry Wilkina a' in I'ortland this week where they went to attend the state democratic convention which mat at that place yesterday. The way Rnaian war ahips are being blown up, sunk, shotfoPof holea and otherwise put out of hnainesi by Jnpa and war correapnndnnta most be drain ing the Russian war fund. Mr. M. J. Tucicer, slater of Mr. F. B. Blevens, with her ami, Terry Cliroch iil, left Tuesday for Tangent, O'cgon, w here they will spend the Summer. F. B. Stevens accompanied them a far as Arlington, , We learn from the cplum of the Ore gon Journal that W. L. Wilcox, f Jhis city has been agreed upon by the demo cratic state hnd district convention a candidate for joint-senator from the dis trict composed of Gilliam, Sherman and Wheeler counties. County court convened nn 1 adjourned Monday at Fossil, Wheelercounty, there lieijig but little business, to dispose of. Al Smith who was in Jill at that place on a charge of assault with a, danger ous weapon wae released on hail aome lime ago and when court convened turned up missing The lee cream girl, that heavenly vi ion of ribbon, lace and dreamy eyes will Roon swoop down upon on ua in all her resplendant glory. Young man, com mence to save up stray pennies because it takes innumerable dishes ol the de 1 icloiis frogen delicacy to bring that far away look near enough to be apprecint id. ' , Died At the home of his pareuta in Forry Canyon, Sunday, the flv-,vear-old eon of Mr. and Mrs. Etc8. Masela was the cause of hitr death. The child waa lnried in Mount Moriah ceineterv Tues- d vy. Thia is the second death occurring in this family within the pnist week. Fiveral others are reported very low tvftli the same disease. . F e C IPEET-8 Died At th Uood Samaritan Hospital. fori land, Oregon, TnesiUv, April 10, 1004, Mrs. Urate Phillip, of H-K'k Creek. An mieratlon was performed some time ago from which It whs thought sh was recovering when a reUptn occuired with th result above stated. , lhccated wa a daughter of Mrs. !,i Balding, of thia city, and wa born at Ixwl Valley, Oregon, Bepleuilier, 1880. HI. was marred to Ira D. I'lillip. ot UiM'k Creek, lea than one year ago who, with her mother, three aister, Mrs. M. O. Clarke, Mr. Win. tjnell and Mrs. George Myers, and a lnwlof frleu U, is U fi to mourn her niuloielr end. The funeral takes place here tomor row at two o'clock in the afternoon from th C'igregt.i'iiial ohnrclu Rev. W. L. Kirange will conduct the eervices. Robbed the Crave. A startling Incident is narrated by John Oliver, of Philadelphia, as follows: "I wai in an a fut condition. My skin wa aliiiot yellow, eye sunken, longu i-oated, pain continually in back and iiles, no apelite, growing weaker day by day. Three physicians had given me up. Then I was advised to ne Electric Bitters; to my great j y, the flrt lsttle mndo a divided Improvement. 1 con tinued their use for three weeks, ami am now a c!l man I they robed the grave of another victim " No one should fail to trv them. This remedy is for sale by Condon Pharmacv. Democratic Convention. The democratic county convention was held In the court hno H.uurdar. flie convention mt at 10;00 a. in. and irgiini tl. Ail adj luriimetit was taken until 2:00 p.m. 'when, with E. P. Weir in the chair and ll F. Knauksa sec re- tary, the uominaliou of county ollh-ers wa prH!eded with., Following Is the result, each a-nni na tion Iwing made by ac.'lumation : Clerk llorg Cloiigli, - Sheriff T. U, Johnson. AWe"or A. J. Slidtoii. O'linmisiioner J.im Lirch. School Superintendent il F.Shanks. Treasurer Joiin it. Diwnlng. Surveyor John A. McMorti. Coroner I). O. Lu'er. - the only ballot taken in the conven tion wa on state delegate with the fol lowing result, the three Oral named be ing chosen : ' . Andrew llreiner 24. Eiward Dnnn-22. Henry Wilklns 17. E V. Weir 12 William Ruidolph .Hearst was en- dosrsed hv the conveulion as caulidate for president. BeatCouzh Mciloln for Children. When you buy a cough medicine for email children you want one in whhli you can place implicit conlideuce. You wanton that not only relieves but cure You want one that is pleasant to lake. Chamberlain's cough remedy meets . all of thestf requirements. .There is noth ing so good lor the coughs and colds in cident to childhood. It is also a certain preventive and cure for croup, and there is no danger whatever from w hoop ing cough when It i given. It Iish been used in many epidemics of that disease with perfect success. Fur sale bv Condon l'liarmacv. Nothing Equal to Chambealaln'a Collo, Cholara and Diarrhoea Remedy for Bowwl COm plaInt In Children. "We hive used Chamberlalu's colic, cholera and diarrhwa reined v in our fam ily for years, "says Mr. J, B. Cooke, of Nederlands, Texas." "We have given it to all of our children. We have used other medicines for the same purpose, but never found anything to equal Cham berlain's. If you will use it as directed it a ill always cure." 'V'- For sale by Condon Pharmacy. ' " - Serious Stomach Trouble Cured. ;w '. I was troubled with a distress in my stomach, sour stomach and vomiting spells and can truthfully say that Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets cured m Mks. T. V, Williams. Luing burg, Mich. These tablets are guaran teed to cure every case of stomach trou ble of thia character. For sale bv Condon Phnrmticv. For Sale. - . We have for sale at our ranch, ; nesr A jax, a choice lot of pure bred Poland' China pigs. Parties desiring to purchase should call or write. Pedigree furnished with all stock sold. 5J8 Smitu BH08.,Ajii, Oregon. re t OE Republican State Convention. Th republican state and district con vention which met in Porland lat week made the following nomimttlous f.r state and diotrict olllcers: Supreme Judge Frank A, Moore, - Slate Dairy and Food Commissioner Chailes llolman. . . i. N. Williamson was ren tin'maled for Congress in tlia S ic ni l District, as wa Binger llerinanu in the First. In the Seventh Judicial District John A. Collier was nominated for destricl judge and Frank Mcnctee lor dixirct attorney. In the Twenly-Fiist Senatorial Dis trict, comprising tiilliam, Sherman, and Wheeler counties, Jay Boaerman was nominated for joint senator and N. It. Donnelly and C. C. Knenay for repre sentatives. A Great Sensation. There was a hig sensution in Leesvllle Indiana, when W, 11. Brown, id that pi itce, w ho was espected to die, had his life saved by Dr. King' New Discover for Consumption, lie writes: 'I eodnr d inHiiIfnrslile agonies from Asthma, but your New D scovcrv gave ni" imme diate relief and stem thereafter eiTecte.l a complete cure." Similar cure of Com sumption, Pneumonia. Bronchitis ami lirlf are numerous. It the pwerless remedy for all throat and Lung diseas es." Onlv.We. Satisfaction guaranteed by Condon Pharmacv. City Election. The city election was pnljed ff last Thmsday with the following result: Mayor W, L. Wilcoi. Recorder W. A. Uood win. Lkrshal Bert Rrtuisav, . Treasurer E. W, Moore. Couiicilmen J Q Jarvis, David Mis Bane, E. U. Merrilielit, John Jckscoi. . The council met Monday evening and the new olBi:ers took the outli of olfi.-e. Solatlo Rheumatism Cured. 'I have Is'i-n snbj'-ct t sciatic rheu mailsm for years, 'Vayn E. It. WhMron, of Wilton Junction, Iowa. "Mv j tinis were stiff and give me much puiu ri I discomfort. Mv joints would mack w hen I straightened up. I ued ChamberUm' 1'aiy Itilltu and li.(V Iw-eu Ihoroughlv ciireil. Have not had a naui or ache Irom the olt trouble for nnuiv unoilhs. It is' certainly a mont woiiilertul luii uient." For sale hv Condon Pharmacv. Regular services at the liantisl church next Sunday morning and evening. Otis Campbell, the genial stage driver, spent a few days at Centerville, Wash ington during the week. Press Hamilton, the Fossil electrician informs us that he is figuring on starting a steam laundry al Moro. The wind hlowetb, The water fluweth, 'The farmer soweth And Uod knoweth we would like' to col lect a few $ from snhecrihere whoae time expired during the '90.' Have you seen the weeder? 34 sold in 10 days. Sold only by Oregon Trading Co., Wasco, Oregon. Call and see the elegant line of Jackets Costa and Capes just received at Steph enson & Wilcox's Silk Skirts Finest line ever offered in Condon. Just received at Stephen- sou & Wilcot's Don't fail to see the Talbot Bios. weed er. For sale by the Oregon Tuiding Co., Wasco, Oregon. , ' Insure your success and order n Talbot Bros. Weeder for sale by Oregon Trading Co., Wasco, Oregon. It Is a wondcrthe Walla Walia weed er. unts 8 tect ontv takes b nore. . we the Oregon Trading Co., of Wa"CO, Ore gnu, guarantee them to kill anvweed or tout plant that grows Hnd will le.ive the land in good condition for any crop A Thoughtful Man. M. M. Austin, of Winchester, Ind , knew what to do in the hour of need Ills wife had such an nnnsuaj esse of stomach and liver trouble, physicians could not help her. He thought of nd tried Dr. King's New Life Pills and she got relief at once wild waa flnallv cured. Onlv 25c. For sale by Condon Pharmacy. For Sale or Trade. We will nell, or trade for'a uood ptal, lion, nor fine four va old Jack, Bamson lie is a fine animal an I a on re fowl getter. For particulars call on or ad dress, . . '' . ' .- ... Cooke I'ros,, Condon, Oregon. io fortify yonrvelf sgint the seawn' (ckiic. tioto Hie ('oii'l'.ri Pi,nruiacy so l rtriH-iiie n hot tie f some nl tl.e eacelleiit tonics for sale there. Jeweley We iisieon Imnd a fine sortitnt of Jelry Itt reHSoiiHhle prices llii lo.H Mif lltOiOli ls, Hni phiie, R'lhie etc. ('ome end see them. Toilet Soaps We bsve N eoiiirdet slock of Toilet Sost. Fare (.'tuili", T'"'th l'oder, mid other Toilel Hfli usually found iu a first cl.i ilrtia store. Remember r i "M 0'iinl ritrri pi'tonf fxrt'r n Inc tor ritfff ilti'ii). We r iMt Mltifin, Condon Pharmacy HAVING PURCHASED S. B IHRTMIQRX S INTEREST IX THE FIRM OP CLARKE & HARTSHORN I RESPECTFULLY REQUEST A CONTINUANCE OF THE GENEROUS PATRONAGE ENJOYED -BY THE OLD FIRM. M. O. Clarke, Successor to Clarke & Hartshorn. Furniture. Beds, Bedding, Stoves, Ranges, Shelf Hardware, Tinware, Paints, Oils Etc. I Just a Moment! ; You will find -the, nf Ciiii(lia, Xnta, , flilliatn In th8 Good Old Summer Time . . v when the typhoid germ in ram- -pant, DR. WILSON'S BLOOD PURIFIER wiilcleanae your systeni of all such impurities. $1.00 per buttle.- Six b(ttles for $5.00. janvis PHflRMflCY-" 301S Capital $50,000. Surplus $20,000. Transacts a Genera! Banking Business. Letters oT credit Issued. xohanae sold on principal cities In V. &. and Europe. Your patronage solicited: J.W.FRENCH, President. F. TV HURLBUR r. Cashier. W. W. STEIWER, Vloe-Pres. O. D. STURG ESS. Asst. Cashier. 5?o ' ' ' . 'Hand Made Harness and Saddles that give perfect satisfaction. m m I j Soutlt Main Street. Urf JiviOj. JiOAiOJPiaa .Aio.fi.w.rt tfoipmfli a.i pirjest Job priptir? for !n!n!?n;!nn?t!?!?f!???ffm!!ffn?i?m!ifm?i?f!nnH?n?!?n!?! Slices f o r yv For LHitieB, John Strootman's Shoes exrel in stylf, ctim d n t. Hint Hnnili'litv. ( : . . ... All of these "the best eyer" for purpose intended. DUNN: UP - iiio"t cntnpMe t"ick Fruit-" ami Cigarc, in Count' at Jackson's. I m m m m m L E. Palmer. MT.uivi,v.tA j. ..i ;x-,x,;r-. fill at tlc CC0BE Office i n t e r W e a r For (iflHit'iiH'ii. Ducklnaham & tlcoht's nmk itivfg tiiiiversiii sHtiHfHt? tion. l!Ht a I'lirpose shop BROS TO - DATE MERCHANTS, Dry Goods, Clothing Notions. Ladies' and Gentlemens' Furnishinfr3. 10! Stephenson " Groceries and Provisions. Boots and Shoes. Call 91,(1 inveslialc nnr aa to quality Ktiit jrci. KKEAT INTERIOR WAREHOUSE W!!EAT Ifigbest price paid for tirain of il kin I. Storage su. I bnlli.g of Wool, General Warehouse and Merchandise Business. BALFOUR, GUTHRIE & CD . M'CRS. Arijxriruiruvrirti rwuxru uxim aajvuxhaa AAtrintfiri inuvuvrtruvuvrtr. nnp UNDER THE 00N0QN HOTEL The Palace Hotel, ELGIN MYERS, Prop. M-t eonimoilious hotel in the city. - Table supplied with the bet the market afTorda. Special attention given to the comfort of guests. Headquarters for Traveling Men. CONDON, rn rtxvrtxutnAJinnrtr naruuiarui Bargains in Having purchased the II. II. Little stock of confec . tioneriep, cigars, tobacco, etc., I will close out much of the old stock at greatly reduced prices to make room for my new slock which will soon arrive. Call and see me for bargains. - mnsuyjvuvjvvnnruv urartrtrjixuinrtanj STASE TIME TASLL Stages will arrive at and depart r. , . n r..tt,.: IIUIU V'IIUUII Ull HIV XUMU'Tillg schedule. A'tUIVEFKOM Fossil . ....... 9.0 A. M. Arlington ....2:30 P.M. - Dl PART FOR , Arlington.!..: .......9:45 A.M. Fossil...... ......... .2.:30 P.M. J. W. Jackson & Ca. PRors. WALL 'PAPER LATEST DESIOHS FASHIONABLE PATTERNS Largest and best select ed stock in the County. Estimates furnished on jobs as to uiateaial and labor. W. A. DARLING. Oregon Dally Journal, a Democratic daily newspaper, eight to 20 pages, ii a ytu! ; 2 tor six months. The Journal Is a newspaper. Send In your subscription, luteresr your neighbor in The Journal. Address The Journal, Box 121, Portland, Or. An Ad in the Globe brings results s - For oiititoor luiil weHtlier wt-ar Napa-Tan, High top miow onl in mi ex cluders. Wear kt iron. .- - & Wilcox j (r) 1 AoLl?ICT0M. ELALCCK, DaUCLAS, ICM 3 KEY MANAGEMENT." f .. ... " y MRS. Ii II. Wai.s, prop. Will enter to the waiita of the trav eling public in a manner to warrant fatiafactlon. Centrally Located, Corner Stain and Spring Streets, CONDON, OREGON. if OREGON. njiuinuxnxiriiirinAnn.nAnruu mxriRp G an dies L. T. Price. , M(xpR 1.1 V "lUUl U Ck UUiUOll9 GASH GROCERS. Our stock ts now arriving and is fresh, clean and up-to-date. cnoaERiES : fruit : vegetables V All fresh and good lo eat. , Call and get our prices. SPEIHC STREET, C5NC0N.Cr.ECCK: OG The Fin Stock: of Millinery Goods . . at 'Dora Downlng's, Comer Spring and Oregon Streets, Condon, Oregon. Terrifield, Studio Uest side flort!; Taii7 Strt. rx5Wp liuuuun I Usi LliiE STEAMERS. utrtnnrtruTrira From Portland to The Dalles. Steamers: "Haiiy Gatzert," "Dall City," "Regulator;' "Metlako," Steamers leave Portland and T'oti Dalles daily (except Sundaj') at T a. in., connecting at LyJe, with C It. & N. Ry. Co. for Dal. ', Centerville, Ooldendale and jiil Klickitat Valley popitSi Excellent meals.- 6erved on nil steamers. Pine accomodations fur - teams and wagons. Call on or address II. C. C otPisEU,, Manager, A.W.Ztintneruian Portland. Of, Agent, The Datlen.Ot', i i i i i .. , .W.ly. ix The Oregon Semi-Vv'eeUly Journal, t ; Democratic newspaper, ever fair ai d ways 'ree;' 164 copies in one year for ! $1.08 to any address. The Joumul, i. O. Hoi 321, rortlar.d, Or,' - . .