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THE COIIDOll CLOSE
THUn80AV,
i:"JT:re-.-
AUQUst 11.1004.
LOCAL NEWS,
Lik but for Or this dry, ioteslli
fcr.
Mri. Artdrsw Oslnr ! seriously II
till week.
INnry llsrtiuan wit sorlnusly III dm
. . . ...
tea rreaiu ami not weather drink mi
J Sfk Still's.
Mr. and Mr. J IJ. I.sncsstsr reMriitnl
from rrtlMiti Tuesday,
A dkttuMer ma IxitM to Mr. mi l Mr.
A, X. ilillett Ittut Tliiiralny iiiumlny.
Kineiiilr All light repairing done
(tx on sliuas sold by u. U. W. 1'rupsl
A, Co.
Attorneys ftiuvsr mi l Psrkr tnn si
Foil Nstnr.Uir trying out a isss In tit
lUt'order's roll it.
Ui linn of Msti Inls, Oxford fir. I
i'oni.luiii. (jive us arslt. 0. W. i'rupst
. A Co.
Tlit iiisinlieri f Irf'i Ursng-s arssr
tKhiiliil.i Imlil a Unia t Itslpu rro
limn' grove on And11 'J''.
E I Cloittfii. iiiiiii-pr uf tli Arlington
hum her Company, esin out M tUv to
look afisr limitless intervals.
Htdeet vwir plow, hurr w m I i!rll's
f ir lli finning shs'iu at VV. L, Marker's
illlllnillMll lllllw, Cotlitdtl, Urxoii.
Mr. A. J. Hliflio'i returned yentrnlny
from ilia WiIUmivIim valley wtiers she
w ms recently failed by the death oilier
lijj'-d mother,
Kiiperiuli-u lent Mt'Artlmr I conduct
ing I'm aiiinml lesi'liers' esaiiiiusiiou
m liUiilI). in HiHft'iil Iioikh this week
liiiiiiiliig )ftiri!ay.
WANrKl A Kto l girl fur ifiieralhnusn
work, viuuj M)( Mini i' moment po
sition fr ll alninr fur runt party. Ap
ply to A. H. it ill On I hi, Orit hi,
Loar HUti Arluwl'in mii I June
timi house M'lii lny, Ang'iot 8, mattress,.
IiIhiiM. t nii.l lip rulm. Kettirn M l .
I, una, t'oinlni, Ore, mid receive iswsrd.
The holiest d.iv of Hit ou as lt
Friday lul ty the weslher huirsil in
strument, Hiucu Hum II li4 grndiull
tuodersiud until JtMeiiUy wlivu the
ni.lik was Hi.
Wsnm, ltugiir,ltckt mi l nil kind
of Farming Implement t W. I,, Har
der' dig Cuiidou implement hiniw. Now
In Htu limn ti mock (or iii husy
bprinj (.trilling lesson.
Tom IVei, hell In th Wheeler cuunty
j iil for hore siesliiitf, ft ilka I the com
Imiiition on I'm steel CRg, oarvst ii li"lf
in ttiy liriok wll wild butOlior kniltf
mid liikvd to liU-rty Tiii Uy lilglit.
Tlio Vullt'y LuinlHjr Co Iih in
t l.u iirlglilMirlioixl u( 1.0:-O.0W ( l ul
liimU'r un tliuir yard wlncii i4irnty
vuiufoiulilu Hiitmii to bf in illi a rail
r i.i I an t biiii tuig b nn ujuiing wCju
tloil. A. N. 4. C'lliii Iin old liia (il ) 't
lancli, tirar Alvillf, to 8. 11. iiurar tin
iric liring 1 10 -r acif. Mr..ti'Um re
ivettiiU la not liarv-ktii.g tlio iron.
Mr. an I Mr. Cultm will rvanlu in llii
viiy Hlitiu llivy liavn (jnrclid a
Iioiiu'. '
(iunrg Vaou an ill tovrit Saturday
un hit ay Ihiiiib from Arlington aim a
l.md of Irt-tglil iur tlio Waanull loru al
Aivillu. Mr. SVavaon litt rrctintly "ii
t'haHwd a (Mir liMlf llilrlfal III Ilia aluiv
fiom lil lallitr llm new lirni Iwiug
known ai J, J. A U. K. Wai.oii.
(J. IV, Marvel, tlia w ell k no all Kock
crrek otuliartlut, a in town 'fuuaiUt
Mocoiupanio l by liia d.iuguler, t .Svi
lie. Miaa Marvl rvuialntnl and la taking
irm Uacliera' xaiuluallon fur alati pa
.ur. Kite lia bveil a ntudviil ! Hie
Hula Normal duiiool at Monotonia im
(nit yt'ar or o.
F. M. I'litor mnl family ttvl to
lunve next weak for Hie Si. Lout fair.
While eaat they will also vleit 1. 1 for
mer home In Miciiigati. Mr. I'liler line
a band of DIWJ aiieep oil the range in
Colora- lo a moll lie expaul 10 market In
Chicago liming tliii trip if alrike comic
tions are uuii a to warrant the ni-tin-nt.
Mi. Mary Brown lm received word
from her ami Cnarlie Brown, who aliip
ped band of eheep to Colorado luel
apring to ful ten on the range theie (or
the Chiiago market, Unit that the aheep
are ready (or market now but the mm
kt't ia no unsettled on ai'vuiuit uf tin
trlke that it ii a qiiealion whether it
nafu to iiiiiku the ehitiiiient. The utrike
ia far reaching in lu etlVulo.
Tli na;iiir (!.Mk Brim'. llirtNli
er met with a painful iiccidcht Fiuht
evening while at work ninth of town
A itet eerew mi a ehafi. caught in Mr
ulothinu and after iilniiml atrlpping him
threw him HgiiiiHt the engine where hif
hund WH cailght between two cnu
uheele and two uf his tingei han.v
imimrleil. lie i-aitio to town and had
hii iniirloi attended to and returned l
work the next nioining.
H. C. Henry mid his partner, railroad
contractor front Heatlle, were in loa n
Monday night, having made a preliiiii
nnry trip over the line of the proponed
lisw railroad to aixe up the general
character of the country end to familiar
lie themselves with the condition ov
trill nit feed, water and other mai ler" of
Importance to men who do thfacnuil
work of building railroad. Two other
gentlemen, whoxe iiiihihb we did not
learn were nUo here Monday evening
A similar minimi.
Ed Palmer, of Ajnx, the successful
well driller who ha added to the value
of many UIIHnui county fiirma hv np
plying them with plenty if water, wan
over frour Keys' lint NnndaV where he I
now ensruged in drilling a well for Her
bert Stevens. He wan' then downlUB
- feet with splmdid indications for plenty
of water Mr. I'nliuer lm the record of
Hlways having found water In every well
lie bin! drilled.
f iVO PARTIES IN THE FIELD
Oollevfj Line Will bo Porma
nently Located in Two
- Weoks.
That the I). It. A N. oeonle meant
iiiiinen wln-ii tliev gave nut the a ti'
uelit tn ilav aK'i tnal thev proMme to
Inimediately bml'l a tall road from Ar
liiigtoii to (.Xindoii a shnaii prxtty com
nliiaivelv hv liielr autiou within tin
l fr Uy.
lat Sunday night a part of alamt 23
men i'iniiprlini( a double crew of mir-
vovora, iaihil by Ut'h f biltfiiiHer JkiiiI
m and A"iataut Eiitfiueer Itelling-r,
of the U. It. it N., left til eat lentil I
train ai Arlington, and erly M md.iv
inoriiing starlet for link ereck ti tak
up the work of iloteriniuiiig tin in wt
feasable rmita froiti Uut sloa.ni to Con-
Inn, One camp wa eiahliatiid at lh
Win. Ild place, on It 'k crefk, and
the other at the VVVUhoim pla, mi ii
ta road two mile lailow CIhoi lie-
ore leaving Arlington one of the eng-ue
vers stated that it would req iire pxrhripx
two weeks In romplfle lh prcllminari'
work between the llwad olaca and t'oii-
Ion ami that when the q'itinu ( i
route on this end of the Hue ia ilelluiN
ly determine I the work of making n-r-liiaueut
surveys will lie eoiiiiueuivd and
rinhed with all emilile dUputch.
Krooi all llial c in lie KUthcird ftooi
lifT-'reut source it seems lo tie Mettled
that the new road will leave In moil
line via the Arlington cam on to the
Junction hoime, then inn to the wrt
hie of Helm tiler till will alrike K k
rrek at the Head ranch. FioiiJ tnal
point the exact 1'ourne i
termiuel but It In
yet in l.e ! ' J,
ci-rtniii thai ! ?
i, . in . ii . ... . ...
ii win in ina new iiiri'ri run ie i ioc
loll ii'l wtilph the denired g'.'l le imii te
mud. It i believed the eooipniv will
avoid following the course K i k creek i
.... I
oil account uf the heavv espenae ul co-c
structiiig the large number ul lnii.
which the crook - I stream would iiMke
necessary, the sharp curves and Hie er
pelital ilauger of ilamage to btidges and
road bed from flood
Tin
I
?nrif v ihHjilMVfil ly thf riiriii(l j g
peoplit it in i grntifUn to tut m M4 g
SURVEYORS AT WORK
Railroad
Tims.
Losing No
Now is the Time
10 furl if V ymiraelf avaiiivt the Sen m in nlckneMI.
(in In the (Jioiiloli, I'l.ariiiai-T and (in-me tl
tie of some nt the rlcellenl tooleo f.r sale there.
Jeweley
We have un listx) a fine aorln.eril of ewidry
lit reasonable prices inchldilttf )iail!iindp, Hap
titilree, Hohies He. Come nmt see them.
Toilet Soaps
We have a eonipei et'a-k of Toilet Homo, F
('ream", T'e'th rowdera, and other Toitei aril
cles nmially fonml In flret claes drus store.
Remember
We com poii ml preM-rlpiiiitt esacftv the ilmv
tor writes Iheui. We lio not eulaitiiiiiw.
Condon Pharmacy
. .r rJ..-r..-
Goto M. O. Clarke, for
Shelf Hardware. Furniture, Beds, Bed
' ding, Paints. Oils, Hay Tools, Tin,
Granite and Crockery ware, Table and
Pocket Cutlery, Stoves, Ranges, Doors,
Windows, and Nails.
Agent fur Ocean Wave Wii-hinjr Machine. EftMet Running and
Strongest Washer Mnl. Lower Main Street.
Ice CreamI
Ice Cream Soda!
Milk Shakes, and all Hot
Weather Drinks.
Fresh Strawberres in Season.
Jackson's.
ol (Jilliaui conntv h (armers especial) v
taking much comfort in tin thoua-h'
which preaent activltlea aeem to Ji-tif
that the long, esperuiv- wa t m 'nul (
wheat to Arlington I atreadv a tiling A
the past, it leong generally believed
that Die new road will lie eomoleied in
time to ban lie the prenent crou. fit
this connect! hi the report thai remdo'd
thetilobe from diriUnd . veatenlav la
Iuleresliiw: It is to the elf-el that T H.
Wilcoa, head of the I'orll in I Uiltoi
On., lieg itutlutf for the wareiiou priv
ileilrfC along the new road and Hial
it Is hi iiiteniii.ii to eiect liitfoinie at
Out ton, and perhaps at other hiiii
nhuitf the line, and huv wheat Ibis Fall
In Imi held until the road ia completed.
Such action will la a hi help lo the
ountry and wilt tfive the farmers time
to pill in a largely increuit-d acreage fur
nest year.
' A Threatening Blaze.
A disnxtroiM ciniH iKraiiuii was tiarrnw
lv averted oil the Skellv raneli IVedilea-
lav eveiiimt of last week. The beading
rew at work on Die ranch diacovered w
fire sweeping acmes a pasture jnel north
of the wheat Held in which thev weie el
wotk and an a Mimig wind was blowing
from the north il nquiied nin.e quick
ami but work to enqoer the nnmea be
hue tl.ey renched the giaiu. IIhiI the
men not le-eii reinforced by iwo other
rews from iielghlMiriug fielda-and final
ly resorted to the plan uf etarling "buck
tires" ahead i ( the main blai-, their ef
furls would have been futile. As it wae
they succeeded in etonpln the tire only
13 paces from the standing grain. Jo'm
lire, foreman uu ihe ranch, alio I -d lh
aork of tigliling the tire, savti he never
saw a crowd uf men work bardei lion
they did on this occasion and when the
blate was liimllv Hiilxlned eeveral uflhi'iu
were almorit prostrated by the smoke
anil beat.
Had the tire ever reached tlie Bret
irraill field ia is bard to tell where it
would have stopped. Tiiose who saw ii
are of the opinion that it would ter
tat ii I v have cleaned out. the Skellv and
Dunn ranches an t would probably have
ppieHil into and around the town. A
utiff breeze was blowing nt the lime and
the hot, dry weather had made the en
tire coniiltv is dry as a tinder holt.
The cause uf Ihe fire is not known. It
etarted in ii canyiih mote than one-half
a mile north uf where it was etupped
perhaps by some unit arelessly drop
ping a match or cigarette in the dry
grass.
I
In the Good Old
Summer TImo
when the typhoid germ is rani
pat.t, DR.. W I I.SOX S BLOOD
rOUIFIEIl will cleanse ymir
system of all Bitch impurities.
$1 00 per bottle. Six bottle fur & o.00.
JflHVIS' PHflRMflGY.
ruinjinAnCNflVvnAruinuviniNaSB mnnxinruiNansB
6 3918
Capital $50,000. Surplus $20,000.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Letters of credit Issued. Exchange sold on principal cities In ?
U. &. and Europe. Your patronaae solicited. L
J. W. FRENCH, Prosl Jwnt. F. T. HURLBUR r. Cashier. C
W. W. STEIWER, Vicw-Pres. O. D. STURCES3. Asst. Cashier. B
m
5
nil
if
0Q(
Us
it
Hand Mads
Harness and Saddles
that Qivc perfGGt satisfaction.
The Railroad
IS COtitSti.'
Ol!U fOMlr.RTB Mor.ll
OF FINK CKOCKltir
is Here.
.better Jay In a supple for lln-bu-y tbresliii p
P. H. Stephenson,
vaaoii.
Mrcbatiise.
)l f . . e' A
rttsA
WHEAT INTERIOR WAREHOUSE
Highest price paid for 'train of all kinds. Storage an, halii-a- of H'o..f.
General Warehouse and Merchandise
Business.
BALFOUR, CUTHUIE & M . M'C'ft3. . AILIHSn. BtlinnK. if
"wutnnrinnArirthAn
THL:
CONDOfi
HOTEL
UkDER KEW MANAGEMENT.
MHS- Jl II. VAt N, I'ROP.
.Will i-aler to the waiits)ft!ie trav
elinf public in a manner to warrant
satisfaction.
Centrallv Loi-afeil Corner' Main
and Spring St.
CONDON, OREGON.
t wjxnruiruxivuuvuxnru njnnnjTu irunAnfinnfijvnnntfjsuriri
nrl
The Palace Hotel,
ELGIN MYERS, Prop.
M ist until mmlintia hotel in thucity. Table supplied
with the best the market affords. Special attention
given to the coinfurt of gupFts.
Headquarters for Travel! g Men.
CONDON, OREGON.
1 Fresh Oranges, Bananas, Lemon? 1
Tines btocK in tne oitij.
We also carry a choice assortment of
Candies, Nut, Cigarg, Soft Drinks
and Can i-ed Goods.
L. T. PRICE, Confectioner.
injinnnjirutnAitrumnxruiannnnj truiruirJinnArumnjiriAru'
Lnnruxj
THE CELEBRATE .
. . COLUMBIA BREWERY . .
. AUGUST BUCHLER, Pro5.
Of the prialnrt uf thia -ll-kniwn breaerv the t7iiiil States Health
RcMtt4 for Jnin- -'8. 1000. ssys: "A nmre vnperiur brew never entfretl the
lalu-atnrr tif tlit Unitil Slates Health reports. It is absolutely ileroiil of the .
slitfliietit ItMi-e of adulteration, lnt on the other i ani rotnposed of the best
of malt ami ant rhoice-t of hps. Iik totite qualitiea are rf the hittiient anil it
omi la naeil with t he irent-nl henefit Mini satiffai-lioli hv Imtli ol.l .amt yohliK.
ll ne ran e-ii-eieiiliiiiifly tie preacrilie'l hr Ihe phrnii isns with the certaintv
hai a la-lter. purer or more holeMiine beveraireeonM nut possibly lie found."
East Second Street, THE DALLES OREGON.
m
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Cor
rVAtl PAPER
LATEST DESIGNS
SHIOHSBLE PATTERNS
Largest and bept "elect
ed flock in the County.
Eptiniatea furnished on
jobs an to inateaial and labor
W. DARLING.
Terrifield,
Iesideijt Artist.
(3 C iie Fine
Stoclc of
Millinery Goods
at
Dora Downing's,
Comer Spring and Oregon Streets.
Condon, Crego;..
South Main Street.
L I"
L E. Palmer. Studio Uest side Jortf?
firmest Job prir;tir for pil at tl?e 0BE Office orpdoi)
SUMMER HATS
I'OR
SMALL BOYS
Full line of Finest Millin
ery Goods.
. r.'Mi ( rm.-,n, OHtilt '
lIUVJt!t.
ATTORXEY-AT-LAtf.
HH1 priif iip ia ill tu rriirti of Crt ti, rjf
it una Awt uorm ol Laas tr- Slot a
IWI'OJk. OKkii'di
IW.DAKUSO.
i.
ATTOR.N'CY-AT'LAV..
Notary Public anj Coiv:, tnttt;
fc0!D0. LttMlt
' .1 - i ,.
s.
A. f ATTU0H.
S0TA2Y
OSes la 01b Csr.ilsj.
i tr
coxDoy. oskooM
J r. wood. u. o.
rHYSICiAS St'RCEOJl.
ttj and K'igbt Cal'j Promptly AntwsrsA.
OfSi tif end floor Barker fitilliling. eorasf
Una and KrHo ttrcais
COSDOJ. OftSQOil
R. a. K. LPKA.
PHTSICIAS AND SUEGEOl
Day and Kl(t Calls Promptly Attends.
CONDON. 0REG0I
T.
L. SICKLUT.
bEXTIST.
OfflMsScona Boor PImr Buildiaf. 8ot&
Klu bireel
C0ND05. OREGOSl
C. S PALME a
rBASK 60LDE
Cily Shaving Parlors
I'ALMKH OOLiEX. Props.
nrst Class workmen. Baolt&ry Condition
Courteous Treatment Hoi and Col t Hatha
BelTcders CuiUMng, Main and bprinf bUueUi
CONDON, 0REQ0N
. Oregon
MflflTYT IJFII
AMD Union Pacific
3 TRAINS EAST DAILY
. Throngh Pnllman standard anj tonr
ist sleeping cart daily to Omaha, ChU
cauo, (Hkane; tourist sleeping car daily
to Kansas city ; throcgli Pullman tourist
leaping cars (personally conducted)
wee kit to Chicago, reclining chair cart
I scats free) to the East daily.
Ocean steamers between Portland and
Ban Francisco every live daya.
LOW RATES!
SloK Haadachsj.
Fur several yi'Hrs inv wife whs trnnli.
IhiI with will I. ulitsii'iHtin eitlieil si'k
ln'HiliirliH uf a very si-vere eharaeler. She
luctiireil with several proiniiieiit plivnl
rtHiis and at a great exjetise only to
grow worse until she was unshle to iln
any kind of work. Admit a veHr msh
itie hetfiin iHkinit Cluiiiiliei Iain's Kl"in
Ht'h and Liver Tahtets snd tmlnv slie
weiirhs ntcire tlisn ever hefureniul in rent
well, siiys (Jeilftje h Wiiglit, nf ie
Linnliin, N. Y.
Fur s Ih tw J i i ti i P i i - ilt!i.
DUI I ilL 'L .a 1
Hcaiicd MmWmi
Your Patronage is Solicited
Miss Catherine Greiser.
Tickets to and from all parts of tkl
United States, Canada and Europe
Far particulars call on or address
Puts an End to All.
A tfrievmiK wilt I utilities cuutes ss a re
sult of unhfrirHhlH (in ill frnili nVertased
ori!Hns,lizz liens, IWkartie, Lixer Coin-
nlsint end Consiin ition. Hut. thmiks t
Dr. Kinu's N-iw Lif Pills thev put un
end" to it all. They are gentle lint thor
ough. Try them. Only 25c Ht Condon
pharmacy.
IF YOU WANT THE BEST.
DUNN BROS., Agts.
All supplies needed in the Harvest
and Threshing season may be
found at our store.
Orders by mail or telephone will receive
careful attention.
ALBERT DAMS
LIVERY AND FEED
STABLE
dur I.iverv StH'k is F'irst
class. f-jeft attention "tii
lluftnliiif: S'in'k.
Your Palnnitijie Solicited.
SP5IKG STBEET. JtfNDON.
Treasurer's Notice.
All iMiintv m hi ritnlf rejfisietvd prior
to ?epi. 1, 1903. will le fI I upon pre
sentation Hi my urhVe. Interest eease
sfter Apr l 6, 1D04
P. H. STRPHKNSoil,
Treasurer of (iilliam county, Uretioh
School Clark's Notica. ,
AU eehool wsrraiitd of Sulimil D'Sfrirt
Nu 9. Uillism County Oetron, reaistei
d prior to February 8, 1901, are mm
psva'ile iipoii prHsent'stion at mt oliit-e.
Interest ceases aftr A pi U J?, )f?04.
t. H. Stehikn1!
Schuol Clerk!
D. TIERNEY, Agent
4 Arlington, Oregol
0. R. S N. TIME TABLE .
Trains Depart from Arlington
EAST BOUND ,
No. 2 Chicago Special V. 2:S0 P 51
No. 4 Spokane Hyer.i 12:40 A M
No. 6 Mail A Express 1:42 AM
WESTBOUND
No. 1 Portland Special 12:12 P M
No. S Portland Flyer. 3:05 A M
No. 5 Mail Express . . . 3:50 A M
D. TIERNEY, Agent,
Arlington, Or.
Notice to Horseman.
My fln 4-vear-iiM junk will make thd
seiui'-n of K04 at' A. A. Anderson's rancH
in Li '11 Vallfsy. This anlniiil whs sired
hy Maniilioih; daui, full tilooiled Bliu'li
Wsrrior.
fHrui Single seri'iefi, 2.50; sessorj
tS 00 s to insure, 18 00.
3. W. Hire.
. . : u S
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