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THURSDAY JUNE . 04. Electlon'netMrns. Con4oa.-.. t'iiiMiemH,2!A lit 4t.ii'!. R.(A;k, SM-nHut, 7 ; J. IS. S. num. !;., STt ini-i-rhi, 5; vv, u, fciimi , ,ut;nl.iti.iii, Ji,,. t iilUiiKtou, republican, 133 but-miie Ju.ig u. J. H.tiilit, pioid- lunon, 4; C. G. .likalcani, enetalwjV k. A, Jdoore, repUttiHM.i, mounts U'ly, denl ktaI, t4. . , Circuit Jddge, 7lh U.Hriet L. limditiaw, dciiuicrat, I2J; J. A. Collier, fcpntilicito, 103. imtrtct Attorney, "tt District Frank Mii:icl-e, repohl.can, il'J; la Smytlic, tUuiocral, Isli. Urv fc..d C Miiuiifsti'dwr U'.J. Ktiiey, reimtauniii, 15-J; t.W.Herry, pr- luiduoit, 3: a M u mtrtB, item icnti, ;; i. Raamtnsactt, i:iui, 7. Joint Senator, -In l' tiiel Jay llow ermaii. reiu micao, It'l; 1. J. (lutes', iiohiuiimn, 1 ; VV. L,. u uoox, deuiovrai. 81. Jfoiot Representatives, Slh District li. S. D.iuueiiy, rcp:iucii, IS.J; v. J. K.rsUui. dani.tcrat. 85; U. U. iv'uih , republican .95; A. fc. Porter, prohitmion 14; U. A. bhuiw', ptohilrtMoii, xi. Commissioner Jas. Lrch,.democrat, 85; B. T. Sued, republican, 1S3; D. It. Thomas. nrolubiUun. 11. .. .... . Slienfl Pearl Jai vie, republican, 71; T. tl. Jolilteon. democrat. Ibl. Clerk Ueo. A. Clongh, dem.rat, 43; F O. Flowers, l'H'liit uioii, 7: C O. Portwoud, lepubUen, ,( Treasurer W. 1 biker, prohibition 9; J. 11. Dowwmg, tvmott, &0;' E. W. Moor. repulwican, Ii4. .TJTTcanJS; AsessoitJtfr!ituiivl; A. J. "tSTWlTon, OeilUtcral, no. Surveyor J. S Harton tepublirtan, 102; J. A. MeMorrie.democrat, J25. Cormier D. 0. L.ir,' democrat, 74 ; S. K. Luna, republican, 116; It. M. Kiuehari, prohibition, 14. School Superintendent U.T. Vle.tr thur, republican, 151; 1L t Shan, democrat, 7ft; V. V. tViilis, prohibition, Local Option, yea, 122; no, 66 Direct Primary, jes. 137 ; no, 22. Arlington. Cook 3, Simmons 32, Stone, 13, iiatnson 72. Bright 13, Mikktlaon 2, Mjjre O lUv, 41. BradetMw 73. Collier 37. Menefee ltf, Suijlhe 102. Bailey 57, Berry 15, Umglaa, 41, Rue tuumeii 3. BoweniMn 51, (late 10, WiKmi 53 Donnelly 4t, tCirklaud tS, Kuent 43, Piwter 12. bhurle 23. Larch 25, Sueil 81, Thcunas 16. jAr?is 35 Johnson 91. Clotiib 52, Flowers 4, 1'ortwool 61. Bxrker 18, LVjwoing. 43, M wr 5S Coruett 31, Liwroncn 7, SaoUoa 80. Barton 54, Mc'Morri.i 59. lazier 7$, Luna 29, Kxiehtirt 10. MuArtlxir 41, btiaxks 74. WiilU 1. Lica Opliou ys39. uu 70. Direct l'ruuarv res B9, no 30. . Blatock. Cook 3, Simuiona 21, Stone 3, Wil Iianison M. Bright 7, Mikkelson 4, Moore 29, U'Ua 22. Bradshaw 37, Collier 23. Menefee 42, tfuiythe 17. isailey 31, Berry 4, Uoiiglas 22, Kas tunssea 2. Bownrmait 40, G:tes 4, Vilcj 20- Donnelly 30, Kirkland 26, Ku.ey 23, I'.irter 9, S:nut 6 . Lurch 21. Snell 34. Thomas 6. Jarvia 30, Johnson 30. Clongli . Kloern 2. 1'oi twoxl 43. Wil- 62. r. n o ;;i. .-:. t .Miiiicf' i. bs I. - - - liiiil'TT f. B-rry t, rmi;) a, R!5miwii J. fHrrin in S, ?tc 1. W iJ a . lVnni'llyS.KIrkUnd 13, Kooney G.StnirtcS. jtrv 9. Snell U. Thoranl. 4ivlT, JrthnH 12. Clo wh II. Kortwoixl 8. iHiwiilnit 10, Moore "ornett 7, Shcllon, I J. Barton 8. M- Mo ri. 1-i.nirr W, I An 5, Rlueiwrt V V rburS.ShKnktP. v . I-ooul iptlon ye U no S. Dlr.-ct friumry 15, oo 0. Lon RooK. " SiiixmonuT, Stone I, WlUIatntmu H. PriRht i. M-re 21. O'IHt 5. Bro.ishHW -jo, I'ollier 14. MviH'T.- 1. bmytiie 1. Pl!?y 1J, B-rrj J. Ooiml . . BowermnU 17, G!c . Wtloox IX' lKnnclly 10, KlrkltkiiJS, Kaauy 19, tSr:er 4, ShurteO. iJireh T. Siitll 21. Thomas .V JarTl 1H, Jl(Jn IV. Clongh 4, F.irtwooi SO. lU-krr 4. Downing S, Moore 22. Tftrnett H. tjiwrenea 4. Shwlton IS. BHon 11, Me.MorrU 20. Lnttr4, L.nn 1 Riiiehurt S. Mo Arthur 4. Siionk 7. Willll I. Lnnd Option ye 23, nal. . Direct Piltury ye JS, no 4. TrH Fork. Immont S, WHIUmson 29. Moore SS, O'Day 4. Bnulhr 17. Collier !. Menefee 11. Sm.vthe 20. Wiley 2A. Berry 1. DonitlM 1 Bowermttn 1 Wilcox 1& Pouneliy ?S, Kirkland , Eaney 19. . Lrcaft.Snell 23. Jrvlt 17. Johnson 13, Clough S, Portwood . Do nine 4, Moore J7. "" Tornru K.Shvlton 19. ' .- - imwti, v.ana it.. MeArthr30,8hankS. Local Option y 14. no 4. Direct Primary yet 19, no L Matney. Siranom , Clone 1, Williamson 10. Bright 1, Moore 10. 0'Day 5. Braohw 14, Collier 4. Meneiee t, Smyth 10. Bailey 10, Berry I, Doiurla I Bo we man li Laic 1, Wil.ox6. Donnvi;y3,Si.-klaua 7, Kauey 8. Porter L Shmtel. 1 jrch 10. Snell 7. Thomas i. JarvU4, Johnson 15. donga 5, Flow it 1. Portwoed 13. Barker:. Downint 4 More U. Coraett 10. Lawrence 1, Shelton 8. Barton 3, McMorri 12. Laxivr i, Luna 10, Rlnehart 3. McArthar 11, Shank 6. WUUi 1. Lot al Option yeo It, no 4. Direct Primary ye 12, no 1. " T "" lor -Vk lienilni'lie tako OliainU'rlHin' I Stoumrlt ami Liver TabieU awJ a quick car a eertHin. For a)e by Comb n llitrmary. Thrown From a Wagon. Mr. George K. Bahcock was thrown from a wpin and severely bmie.l. He applied Chamberlain's Fain Balm Ireelv and says it is the lfet liniment he ever nwd. Mr. Baheock is a well known cil- ixen oi uttTin nam, uinn. There is nothing eanal to Pain Balm for snrains and hrnises. It will effert a core in one-third the time reqiirel by any oth er treatment. For sale by Condon Pharmacy. Barton 33. McMorris 23. Lazier 25. Luna 26, Rsuehart 5. McArtlmr 41, Khanks 16, VVillis 4. Local Option yes 30. no 21. Direct Primrtry'yes 2J, no 13. - Ferry Canyon. Uook 17, Simmons 42, Stone 5, Wil liamson 41. rtngtit 4, 5likke!son 19, Moore 39, j uay 13. Bra.lehaw 69, Collier 42. Menefee 25. Smvthe 88. Bailey 36, Berry 6, Douglas 47, Ras- niuasen Bowerman 62, Gates 5, Wiico 47. Lonuelly40. Kirkland 61. Kaney 29, x oner io, suarie io. Larch 5i, Snell 42, Thomas 14. Jarvis 37, Johnson 73. Clough 37, Flowers 2, Portwo .d 75. Barker 6. Downing 33, Moor- 74. Oornett58, Uwreiice 3, Shelton 53. Barton 38, McMorris 74. Lazier U2, Lnna 40 Rinehart 9. MeArthnr 62, Simnks 55, Willis 5. Local Option yes 40, no 21. Direct Primary ye 56, no 16. . Idea. Willi amson 10. . Moore 10. Bradahaw 2. Collier 7. Menefee 9, Smvihe 1. Bailey 10. Bowerman 10. -Donnelly 10, Knenv 9. Larti li 1, Snell 9. Jarvis 7, Johnson 3. Flowers 1, Portwo.id 9. Downing 1, Moore 9. Cornett 10. Barton 9, McMorris 1. Lnna 10. Me.rtiiur9.-8hank 8 1. L'cal Option yes fi, no 1. Direct Primary yes 6, no 1. Mayvllla. Cook 1, Stone 3, Williamson 40. Bright 4, Mikkelsou 2, Moore 43, Bradaoaw 31, Collier 3. Meni-fee 4i. fSmitlie 2tt; " B tuey 4 J, Berry 4, Douglas 20, Ras- nriBSHii i. Bowermnn 44. G ites 5. WHivit oi Donnellv 44. KirklanU 20, Kaney' 27. Larch 19, Knell 40, Thomas 11, Jarvis 25. Johnson 43. Clough 10, Flowers 5, Portwood 65. Barker 6, Downing 8, Moore 64. Cornett 2S, Liwrence 2, Shelton 30. Barton 44. McMorris 24. - Lazier 24, Lnna 33, Rinehart 9. MeArthnr 41, Shanks 23, Willis 5. Local Option yes 43, no 12. Direct Primary yes 40, no 6. Rock Creek. C M.k 2, S ition 3!V, Williamson 72. Br.ght 8. Mikk.-Uon 2, Moore 75. O liy 36. Brndshaw 63, C illicr Rl. ' Menefi e ii.'), Smvthe 53. Bui lev 74. Berry 6, Dniglas 33, Ras niiissen 2 Bowermnn 77. Giles 6, Wilcox 3i D.i.iihIIvJI, Kirkland 37, Knney 54, Porter 6, Shiirie 9 3 ' Lireh 51, Snell 53. Th -ma 12. Jarvis 58 Jo1uYeiin'85. Clonufi; Fleers 4. Prt wool 99. Barker l. Downing 31. Moore 72. Cotn-t 15.8 Lnwreiice 4, Shelton 57. Bart.in'o8, MiiMnrris.O. L zicrS'l. Lnn 53, Rinehart 8. Mc.Vrt.hor 75, Shanks 41, WilH84. ' ' Iicul Ontw ii vjh 61 no 42 DirecaMViiH-ir yfc 57. n 16. - Willow Creek, "(ik ?, inim nn S. Williiiinii iti n; -3Jiik;l8 n J, Moure 'J.O'I),:) L. S. Fritt", depnty game ami fores! ry warden, with headquarters at The Dalles was In this vicinity daring the week I. Miking after matter pertaining to Ins office. A conmlniiit had been made to him that saw dnst from the Lost Valley mill was beinir allowt-d to rnn into the creek to the detriment of troat an I oth er fish in Rm k Creek. Mr. Fritz went ont to the mill bat found that the new .,.. m m.u t,., mfctng-precanttonS agninst the tronhle. Arrainjemciits are being made to flume the saw dust awav from the creek and keep it entirely away from the stream so that Mr. Frits found it unnecessary to take auv action in the matter. Sued by His Doctor. "A doctor here lias sued IIIH fur i!9 n which 1 clainiB.1 was en-em ve for a r.u oi cnoiem morhii;," savs R. W hile. OMchella. Cal. "At the trial he omiaeii nie meiiicai skill snrl inelicine. I ask mm it it was not Chamberlain's f!nli. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy he uaed a i nan gool reason to believe it ami lie wnnld not eav under oath thatai an not. io doctor conld nee a heller remedy than this in case of cholera mnrnne, it never fails. For sale by Condon Pharmacy. onamDerlaln's Stomach and Llvr Tablet? Better than a Doctor's Prescrlptlhn. Mr. J. W. Turner, of Trnart, Va.,says that Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets have done him more good than anything he conld get from the doctor. If any physician in thi coon try was able to com poo nd a medicine that wonld produce snch gratifring results in cases of stomach troubles, biliousness or con stipation, his whole time wonld be used in preparing this one medicine. For sale by Condon Pharmacy. In the County Court of the State of Oregon for the County of Gilliam. In the matter of the iruardianihip of the per son! and etute of Mary Stephens, formerly wary Penticost, EvaStitt, formerly Eva Pen ttcost, Jessie Pentlcost, Artie Penricot, Al bert Pen ticont, Carrie Pemieost, Tillle Pen ticont and George Pentlcoet, "heirs at law of H. W. Pentieost, deceased. This matter coming on lor hearing noon the petition of W. B. Pentieost, heretofore filed in this court as guardian of the perxons and estate of Mary Stephens, formerly Mary PeiiticosL Eva ooiMormeriy Eva Penticont, Jeie Pentieost. Ame reimcosi aitjert renUroit, Cairie Paul- cos iHiieeetitleostandGeow Peniicost. h h, st law of H. W. Penticoat. deceased. iruvi. a tn an order of tale of certain reul estate helo ging uj hjb esiaie oi ii. w. fentleost dete e.i. an, nj-jwwi wA W lujawuri tnacao or sain helisar law are part the age of majority excent Georzn reiiiicosi, ana tnat said heirs at law are eutiUu . to a divisioti and distribution of saM Droi.ertv.s such heirs at law audit further appeurinirihat sum property cannot be divided ..r .iitii ,ute i Hiinoai, material injury to th'j saim: and that it l necessary to have the sumo sold for distribu tion, it is therefore ordered that said heirs at law as abov-i mentioned, their eriiuniian. tlm ni .i j kin of sal 1 heirs at law, and all purs ns, known ana anknow? who are interested in or wh claim an interest in sail estate appear Oeiore tuts court on Th irsday the 30 .lay of J jne 1904 ut the boar of ten o'clock in the forenoon ol said dayat the County Court room in Condon, (ill liam County, Oregon, tnen an 1 fiere to ahovr cause why an order should not be granted for the sale of such real eitato decribd an follow: The SJg of the NK'4 and the of tb SE'4 ol SiC.17liiTp. DS., R. 11, E. W. M. in Gilliam co inly Oregon. And It i f art:i- r orJeied that a copy of t liordcr be served upon eiw h of the heirs at law and all persons interested in said estate. Wltn sa my hand thU 2d day oi May loot, Edward I)C!ir, I County Judge, j Popular Ocean Beach. Manyoftha Interior planning to spend their vacation at the Sea Shore. Hundreds from Eastern Oregon, and Waetiliigtuu spent their Vacation a N'HtlilAM.g) beach, Wash, laft summer and it ) sitle to say thai this popular re mi t ol Ihe .irtli t aclQtf Uvst will he vixited he tiiMiiy more tuia vear than ever witMn Us his-lory. Ihe cliange Iroui a high ami dry interior altitude 1 1 the sea level i most lieiietleial. The tripott the Willamette and Colum bia ri vera, out of I'ortlaud, ie one long to be remcuilrel,the usual heal da miilv uier after iiihiii being tempered b a gen- the hrvet frviithtel with the aroma id pine tnfaiul seasoned with salt eea air.' The tceuerv includes much that l beaiUifnl. Leaving IVirllan.l on one ol the Of'gu Railroad A Navigation Coin pony's palatial river teameri,(theT J. lotter being the 0'ieen of river fivers) the excursionist is Tarried through its I waters w tiers fly the Hags of many tie- tioui. The twelve miles on the illaiu- ette river are amcklv made, and, after saluting the government light house marking the junction of the two rivers. lbs boat swings into the Uolninina ror tUe trip dawn stream. The morning is clear (generally so from Jans until Sep- teaiher). and a magnificent and inspiring tight meets the eye as the sweep around the bend is ina-ltt Uve no cpp-l teak. Mount Ibxal, Monnt Adams, Mount Sint Helen, vl mnt Ranker and Mount jMffMsoa, lootning into view a sight worth trave'iuir hounds of miles to see. On down the pictnresque ri'er. past vitia es,a milH,nhing neeis,aai nion canneries, perpendicnlar basaltic oi uuN and pretty hill side farms, the boai pursues its way. The majestic sweep of the rier is awe inDirina. (jra-luallv the ehorve irrow farther aiwrt ann.scarceiv reaiisiini that the eye hours have been consumed In makinu the trip. the hoat steams alongside the wharl at Astoria. One hoar from Astoria, through the famous fieliinit waters of the Columbia, pas. scores oi salmon traps and new and as man white winged fish boats, lanos the paseengers at llwacti.on Baker's Bav where connection for beach point is mane wuii trains ol the llwaco Railway (Navigation Conipanv,wh'se ram stand on the wharf awaitinir the steamer. North Beach, where the surf bathing Is unexcelled, at low tide is from 200 to 400 fe-t wide.twenly-threw miles long and so compact that a carriage or wagon scarce ly leaves a trace upon it. Scattered along me oeach are hundreils of cottages and hotels in which summer life is an on ceasing round of pleasure from the open- ii g to the closing of the season. The much dreaded "Resort Mopqnito" is un known and no venetnons snakes or in sect are found. The thermometer rareu goesabove 80 decrees in Julv or Anttnst, hut liicht overcoats, fires morninir and eveninn and blankets at night are com- i -riaoie (taring the season. Rates for atromm Nations at North B ach points are reasonable and vary t smt the visitor. At Enropenn hotels and lodging houses rooms range from twent five cents to one dollar a dav ;at rehisnr ants, meals run from tw ntv-five to rift v cents; and at the American-plan bo'eN, toe charges range from one dollar day to two dollars and upward. Dozenaof delightful ride trips may be taken from the beach into a conntry of I wini ana pictnresoe hesotv. oniet and secluded among hills and forest, with hnnting and fishing in native hannts;to uie united btates Ufe Saving stalions and light honses.cranherrv larms.nvster beds, ealmon fishing gronnds and can- uerie. For particnlar sbont the trip to North Beach ak the nearest O. R A N. agent, or send two rents in stamps to A L Craig Kenersi pasenger agent, Portland, for Keg tin I Recreation R-sorts." wheh tens ail ahont the Columbia river earn- niering places. The Quality Store IvORD & COMPANY Watch this space for "Quality Store" Spring Announcement ' THE QUALITY STORE, LORD & CO. LORD & CO. V ARLINGTON, OREGON. ALBERT DAMS LIVERY AND FEED ' STABLE Our Urtry Stock 1 Fint clnts. Beit attention to Boarding Stock. Your ratronngo Solid tcvl PPC JLr1?Il coriDON. Traurr'a Notlo. All county warrants registered prior to Sept, 1,1903, will be palj npou pre sent stlon at my ofllce. Interest cessst after April 0, 1904. 1 II. 8lBrilRMMON, Treasurer of (lllllatii county, Oregon. All er)in desiring to suit Is their at counts with us during our bssnew from town can do so by calling at tha Condon Pharmacy where our books have been left. 10K PAfNasToN fc Rourks. School Clark's Notice. All scluail warrants olStihool District Jfo 9, tiilliam County Oregon, register ed prior to February. , 1901, are now payable upon presentation at my oftks, Interest ceases after A prll 17, 1904. I. 11. BTii'lUNaow, School Clerk, Notice to Horseman. My fin 4 year old J ick will uiakt tha season of 1904 at .1. A. Anderson's ranch in lHtt Valley. This animal was sired hy Mammoth dam, full t)loo.lJ Black Wartlor. Terms Single service, $3.50; scaion, t3 00; to insure, 8. 00. J W. IIiri. il. L. .Neal, the well known anctlon eer, will give the strictest attention te all business entrtuieil to his eats. II ou have prop erty to sell consnll hi u Condon Milling Co. MANUFACTU'tER OF High Patent Flour, Graham Flour, Germ Meal, Chop, Feed. STEAM-ROLLED WHEAT AND BARLEY. SCALE OFr!ICE?. SA?am Rolled Barley. .123.00 Seam Rolled Wheat. 23 00 Mill Feed 115.00 Flour, per bbl 4 0u THE ARLINGTON IMPLEMENT AND HARDWARE COMPANY Gasoline Engines, Wnjiona, Farming Ira . dement , BolU, Naif, Ranges, Tinware, Granite ware, Carpenter's Toole, Look, Hinge", Machine Extras and Oil, Axle Urease, BArb Wire, Wire Netting, Extras for Russel Threshers, Grindstone, ete carried in stock. ARLINGTON - - . OREGON. Prices liable to change at any time. Every sack f our flour is fully guaranteed or monev refunded OAA ATUTJVUVVn AAAAAAAAAAJVXAnAAAAAn AAAA AAAAAAA1 JVUVVTlAUVlp Fred Wilson. ' Frank Wilson. 5 3 . . THE BANK. WILSON BROS., PROP'S. Everything new and a GENTLEMEN'S Finest oualitv of Ci- RESORT. gars, Wines, Liquors strictly first-class New Stone Building, West Side Main St., CONDON, OREGON. rmnnjutrwvwnfirtnjvwnnjvumu mimrmnnt inn n on r I " I 9Anjnjnjrnnrvn 2 11 laSE3m ? t3m r loam '1 njvjrinririnnnnjAAAAAvnArvarin rju THECONDOII LIVERY RARH J I BERT RAMSAY. PROP. -j) Mieclal atlriiiiiiii t.i Ik.n,. (let's trade. first-class stock and careful drivers. CHOI' FEED FOR SALE. CONDON nornoM tor the World's Fair and Looisans run-nase bxpoaition at St. Louis. May JvvniHier, iv. me u. K. A jN. Co. nave imiiieit the tollowinit raies from Ar- niiaton : To St.Louis and return $1 ii. lo Chicago ami return 6H 35. fo Chica- ami return via St. Lonis f67.60. Child ren of half fare age id HUve raP-s. Tickete will le on sale Mav U. 12 and 13; Jnne 16. 17 and 18; Jrilv 1, and 3; TiK'iBt o. hiki iu: henremlierS ai.il 7;Octili 3. 4 and 5. Limited as fol lows: Paseenirs will have Hie nrivileae of starting on anv date which wiilenahle them to reach their destination within ten days from date of sale. Return limit ninety days from date of sale. Kinimv- in .. , . . . .. ' crKwiu o aiiowed tn either direction within the transit limit. D. TlKfMfZY, Agent. UUUUUUUUuuUiAVp Kentucky Liquor Store J. L. ROSS Prop. Hop Gold Bottled Beer. . Old Grandad, Harper and Jesse Moore Whiskey. Special attention given orders from out of town. Wh An in Arlmorrrtrt ro! I on m g --. tjkWII I V I I I HO, ""uuinrmrmnjiiui ; r m z. -.-v.w.-u uuuuuuuuuuinn; inirUT Notice of Final Settlement. Notice is hereby given that the andersianed nas Bled In the County Court of the State of Oregon, for the County of Gilliam, bis renort uu nuai account as executor of be estate ol Mtry Yoi;iz Foit.r. ed and that said Court has by order designated rnuay, tne lth day of June IWIatlOo clo k a.m. at the county courtroom in Gilliam conntv State of Oregon, as the Umeand place for final neanng ol said report. All persons havlnn nh. lections to Mid report should appear at said time ana puce and present such objections. Dated 11th day of May, 1901. Anthont O. Fo-teb. Executor of the Estate of Mary Yoons Foster. aeceasea. Moored Golden, CASH GROCERS. Our stock 18 now arriving and frenh. clean and up-to-date. 2S0CE.1IES : FRUIT : VEGETABLES All fr-sh ai.rl giod to eat. 'all H'ifl get .Mir pricMs. N3 ifiJEcT, C3XD0N.0REC0N: Belvedere Saloon, Jeff Neel, Propr. Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Ice Cold Beer on Draught. Your Patronage is Solicited. iviain street - Condon rr-rrX - - (S v 6ci Meat Is H.-uietiijiea advertised, but is not always sold. It is dif ferent here. If you patronize our new meat market you will ,KK yur money's worth. We like to deal with particular peo ple, for we know we can please them. Our new quarters are clean and modemly equipped; we do oiir.nv..buicheri..g;our prices are right. What more can weeay? Edwards Bros. & McBride. ia: time tasle. btages will arrive at and depart from Condon on the following schedule. . ARRIVE FROM Fossil."..; -....; .9:3o A. M. Arlington.. 2:30 P.M. DEPART FOR Arlington . 9:45 A. M. Fossil 2:30 P. M. J. W. Jackbon & Co.. Props. torent. Reserve serin for sale. T.. W I i ; leaning. A 200 acre farm for ea!e. Six year's lime. L. W, Darling. Wood Wanted. Notice is hereby iven UiHtacHled hiila will he r. ceived Hf. rie office of the nn ly Uleik, at Condon, Oregon, until 1 o'clock p. in., June ii, l04. for furnish in Ijillmm conntv with 20 eor.le ol lfl nch wood delivered at the eon it house in Condon on or Mure Septet., her 9th, IW4. These hills will he niihticlv open ed June 11th, 1904, at I o'clock. A entlicieiit h.,i fr tl fHithfn per- formaiice of the contract w ill be required from I he contractor. The rnrht to . jei-t any and nil hidg it. hereby reserved Specifications and blank b'dg will be lllrnifhed hv the clerk nnnn annlloati vuiiuuu, vrcgon, Mav 18. 1904. C, O. POKTWOOD. Couutv Clerk. , Notice. All iterson knowing themselves t be indebn d to the firm of Clarke & Harts horn wtll please call and make settle iiMiit liefore June 15, after which date we will he oblige,! to place our accounts in the hands of an attorney. We mean business. M. O. Clarke. . t). B. llABTell'iKN. Pasture for Rent. I have 000 acres of good pasture for rent or will take in horses or cattle by Mie morthorforthe season. Cull at the nuich on 30-miie or address, J SEI'U V 1IYTE, CouJon, Oregou. lAATUWinfll - , 1 lllllllllslllllll No. 7or;n $ First flatiorjal Bar?Kof Qordon. Capital $25,000. DOSS ndnarnl 13., 1 J v- . xt --wa.i jjuuumr Diisiness. n.aiier n.,w larpo, no ,uatU.r how sinnll, this Bank will give your bu.-i..ieH l he careful attention which its central location mid : pernonnl interests warrant J. Frank Watson. President! Edward Uunn, Vlco-Presldenti Nathan Farnsworth. Casl.l.r. Andrew Crilnor. f'm PlUer. Drafts issutd en all parts 0 tht world. IV, solicit your tatronlr. - JWtrtruxrui imnnAnnj lAlWAtrinj THE CiELEBRATED . COLUMBIA BREWERY . . AUGUST BUCHLER, Prop. OftheprtKlncttif this well-known brewery the United R,.,.. ir.-i.u "A Reporti for June B. 1900. eavs: lanraiorv s of malt and and choicest id bona ran ne nse.i Willi the .-rente.) benefit ami sa iff,., I.. l.7i. ui .... . .r ,7 ' n more uperior ....n....T ... ...e uimeo mate Health reporta. h 1. Hbaolntel lMi.i i .ul Its tonic qualities are of the highest and It Its use can conscientionslv la- presi-r I ,y o , I J si., hf.,. - f V,""" VT8' hat a ta-iter, purer or more wllo.esome 15. East Second Street, THE DALLES, OREGON. Condon Meat Co. NEW MADpKN, Ma nager. Now Occupying Our Own New BuildingMain Street. Finest Beef, Pork, Mutton. Ue recoiiimend and guarantee our own make of Sugar-cured Hams, Breakfast Bacon, Lard Sau sage and Bologna Try them once and be convinced I ThR Summit Hntfti I D. M. RINEHART, Prop. New Building and Furnishings. Finest Location in the City. First-class in Every Respect. Well Appointed Bath for use of Guests. 0u( Table is Supplied with the Best the 'Market Affords. Commercial Trade a Specialty. Spring Street, One Block East from Main mm - ...X.ISB. -j lArtnjxnjvuuiwuijrirl kru tAnnminjiruTrmAJnAuiruiruxrijvi L. 0. S. CHURCH SERVICES. Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. and :30 p. 111. Prayer meetingon Thursday evenings. Sunday School at 2:00 p. m. Religio every Friday evening. Everybody cordially invited II. C. Snivkly. President, WANTED TRUSTWORTHY LADY OR OEM tlcman to manage btudness In this County and adjoining territory for houss of solid financial standing. 120.00 straight eaah. salary and ex penei paid each Monday direct from headquar ters, Expense money edvartfed: pokitlon per manent. Address Manager, 810 Como Blockr Chicsgo.lU. ' 4152 i ! 1 - t v t t t 1 .