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T HU3Sr AUGUST 25", 190. The .DHiiin B"dr.l the new rilre. w-UV imm OwN "quite wnys" en w a aw town a ill Marled. V father lo the t1i.)'i(fttt, BmMwr J.ihwT The qiettion ! iiin ft lr.l law an nt winter to H. thi cmn IV, similar t ( in eUVl in Slier itttn an I M irr-i mittiea, rsla-iim ra ttled. Tim will be la I ft a-raut K..uiaKlo ana.a anr on ritfllina' t aisvuu thl important qvie-lion. Lust SniMlawTriwH ol tltt Planl j.mrual ears that in one lar t the r i,i.f rrk there a a roiimfrt in that citrS250 gallons l alrliololir driaka. Weiton't dmt it 'license re a fcttuf UUliara cnny luvg.raaacr ia ttoe oil j a aUiat thirl rjM. Suotd Prevantwd, TW startling annoaowwent that a preventive o( atmrftfe Wi be a discover faill Interest inanr. A ron down sye- vtAJU o Jpmiey-llifriahly precede nirtil ancf anmffthinff DBS lieed lOOBil Hi at will prevint that coWiuioo which Makes sarcirfe nteJr.At the fir' thought of telf deetravtioa take Electric Bitter. It being great tonic and nervine will etrenethen the nerve, and bnild op the rvitem.It'i also a great Stomach, Liver and Kidney regnlatot. hnx 50c Satisfaction guaranteed bj Condon Pharmacy. For the Portage. W.J. Mariner swf J. A. Smith, of Blatock, and Dr. N. G. Btalock, of Wal- la Walla, were In Portland last week in the interest of the portage road. From Portland they went to 8alem to confer with the etate portage board is regard to the work. To the atate board the gen tlemen above named made a proposition to organise a private ceeapear properly financed, to build the road, the compa ny to pat ap a sufficient bond to guaran tee the falfUlment of it contract. The company will also nndertake to raiee inch etaonnt as may be necessary in ad- cfition to the original appropriation to boild and eqoip the road and also to complete the work In time to move neit seasons crop. When the work is com pleted it is to be tarned over to the state. It seems to be ap to the portage board to do basines or get oat of the way of people who are ready-to. Messrs Mariner Smith and Blalock are taking an active . interest ia tbis matter and th e people of Eastern Oregon earnestly hope to see theirefforta successful. v Taken With Cramp. Wo, K raise, a member at the -bridge stst xwluMtt Mar Umbport, wis taken suddenly ill Tbanidaynight wi therein ps and a kind ol cholera.' His case was so severe that be bad to have members of the crew wait opoa him and Mr. Gifford was called and consulted. lie toldthem be had a medicine in the form of Cham certain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Bemedy that be thaught would belp Lira out and accordingly several doses were administered with the result that the fellow was able to be around next day. The Incident speaks quite highly for Mr. Gifford's medicines. Elkader, Iowa, Argus. This remedy never fails. Keep it in your house, it may save life. For sale by Janris' Pharmacy. Wants Home in Gilliam. F. M, Burnison, the ' well known trav eling man, came out from Portland Sun day and went on out to bis Ajaz ranch to look after hia interests there. With him was his friend, Mr. Lash, of Port land, who came out with a view to ac quiring a tract of Gilliam county real estate. If successful in finding what he wants Mr. Laeb will bring his family here and be prepared to get after his share of the general prosperity which the new railroad is certain to bring to this section. Violent Attack of Diarrhoea Cured by Chamberlai C's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and Perhaps a Life Saved. A short time ago I was taken with a violent attack of diarrhoea and believe I would have died if I had not gotten re lief, says John J. Pattoii, a lead:ng citi zen of Patton, Ala. A friend recom mended Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I bought a 25c bottle and after taking three doses Of It . was eutiely cored. I consider it the beat remedy iu the world for bowel com plaints. , For sale by Jams' Pharmacy. Good Wheat, TWWaafU now 1th Mi Msef inall sections-tike enmity and repwets-from trie nekKMHCftt that la mv I entities tsc area kt a record- krmktr. in the with end of the toeaty the j kkr Is n gretfMMay-ragO' bnt UicqnalUe U strictly AS Sr while ia the central and oothvrw' poetieas the y4eldit prob ably the beet ewr harvested aad the quality Is alee Kwt-ehin. - Duan Bro. have jntt finished- tWeh aaj tbvir erop near town which yielded better than 30 huehels per avre and reporie Iroiw-other Utmlitie ind'eate that ia eeaae field the 40 bushel tutrk i beiti beaten. The crop of Dunn Bros., above relerrew , was harvested from land which they iMOglit about a year ago at what was ilieu enidered a big price but the ireeut crop will almost if not altogeth er pay for the land. That's hat UiU- iaiu rouatv s4l will do. SUMMONS. Looks Like Coal "Blossom". W. N. Browm brought in some speci mens from the Btiiptioi, country Monday which bear a striking resemblance to eoalor, more properly speaking, to have been taken Iroin a formation in which oal might be expected to occur. The specimen left at this office is very light and soft and can be cut readily with a pocket knife. When freshly cut it re sembles coal somewhat but as the sur face dries the resemblance is leuuiarked A sample bar been sent away to be te&ted in order to determiue whether or not the ilipcovery indicates anything of value iu the mineral line in that locali ty. Puts an End to All. A grievoutt wail oftimes comes as a re sult of unbearable pain from overtaxed ergHnti.Dittinetts, Backache, Liver Com plaint andConxiipation. But thanks to Dr. Kihk's Niw Life Pills they pot an end to it all. They are gentle bnt thor ough. Try theiu. Only 25c at Condon rhrm,cy. Wanted A good girl for generalhonse work. Good wages and permanent po rtion for all winter for riicht party. Ap plj li A. S. Uulh-n, Condon, Oregon. End of Bitter Ftg-ht. "Two physicians had a long and tub born light with an abeceas on my right tong,"writes J. F.iioghs, ol DoPootGa. "and gave me op.Everybody thoughtmy time had come. As a last resort I tried Dr. King's Sew Remedy for Consump tion. The benefit I received was striking aad I was oa my feet ia a few days.Now I've entirely regained ray health." It conquers all Conghs, Colds, Throat and Lung troublee.50c and $1 Trial bottle free For sale by Condon Pharmacy. Scotchmen Meet A meeting of local Scotchmen was held here Tuesday to make preliminary arrangements for the big Caledonian gathering to be held here this Fall. The date has not been definitely fixed bat it probably be on October SSth. It is pro posed to make this meeting the most succetsfal event of the kind ever held in Oregon and a large number of visitors from different sections of the state are expected to attend. I find nothing better for liver derange ment and constipation than Chamber- Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. LJ. Andrews, Des Moines, Iowa. For sale by Jarvis' Pharmacy. Dissolution Notice. Notice is hereby given that the part nership heretofore existing between tbe undersigned under the firm name of Stephenson and Wilcox has been die solved by mutual consent. All accounts due tbe old firm are now due and paya ble to P. H. Stephenson who will con tinue the business and who will also pay all debts of tbe old firm. ' P. H. Stiphkksox, W. L. Wilcox. Condon, Oregon, August 23. 1904, In thanrrnR CoWtfat U Stat Ot Otttw GilliaM Onanty. - Carroll H. noose, Ftatntir, v. C!yd U Flint, Artliwton Umber rnrpny, a eorpamtkMi. Omr M t C Matr-.pait-aer. Ontiut twain nh tbe Ana a atrro( Matry Bra., Ivfendaats. T CM U Flint, Defendant: Tntbe name altb State of Oreeon: Yoaare ttveby cowtMixted and reqntred to rrr and twrwrrm mhmrtof kVnmI to the complaint sled Mlnat im la th a bora entitled eanae In the hnv enfRM Oa-rt, im or brfora Thnraday, the srh day ct "JTienher, A. P; UOt, and that tf ya 1 IkH maoapioxar d nwwr othrrwia laad ! te saM oT-Bln, Svr want thereof, th plaintiff wffl arrly twthrOwrt for the rrHef demanded Ml M eonialnt wtitrti ht MttaitatNW ta: rttut: JndaeMent and drerve againx deft-nd anr. Clrd U Flint, for JSOO.OO with Intetrat fttcrenn at It per rtMJpit annnia from Xorem ber ir, 1W2, antlt paid and kr ? attorney rewwrw thi ran and tot theot and dlvbar. mentaofthla uit- Sceond: aKtirfintnr!rre(rafntIlth defcndaiH forerlrtn th Un of plalnutr morsaea th foBowloe daacritwd land, to- wit: KEV of 8Pi SeaJSand ITU of 8Wi ahd HK ofSW'i See S3 all m Tp. t 8, It K. W.X. In OUtiam eonnty Oteron, and that ald Und b old In the manner prearribed by Btw and la aeeordaneawtUi tba practlc of thli Cowrtand tbe proeeed rnita toch al applted In tb pay ment of tb eort and eipenaea of men tan, wir eoaanddlbanmnta ot ihta mttt and th a- atonnt found do plaintifr and tb Tarptna,U any b paid Into UU Coart for htnrdMHbtt- Hoa by farther decree. Third: Deere axatnat all th defendant tor- clotingand barrinf all ot tb rljtht, rltlf .tntartat. claisa and demand of aach and all of th defend' ant and all peraon claimlnf or to claim by, through or nndr taid defendant or any of them In or to aaM real etUta or any of It. Foarth: Dccre allowlns any party lo thta tn to beoom a parebaaer ataaid aal and ptaeinc tb pnrehaser In tmmdttepoeionol aald "eal es tate from data of ml thereof. Fifth: For Judgement and exeentkra agalnat th defendant, Clyd U FUnt, for any deflcleney remaintnf da plaintUT aft applying tb pro ceed of aaid al and for neb other and farther relief a may teem meet and at to tb Coart In th pram 1 are. TbU nmmoui b aerred on yon by pabllcatlon thereof In tb Comoa Ouaa for tbaptrtod of dx coDaecaUr week (arren iatvea) eommene Ing with th taw of Amgast . 190t,and ending with th tarn ot September U,190t, pamantto , aa order ol tb Bon Kdward Dnnn, Coanty Jndga of Gilliam Coanty, Oregon, daty made, Bled aad ntared in this eawwoathSrddayof ABgTHt, A. D. BOi, HxiroaicKS A BowaaMAW, Attorney for Plaintiff. Date of fin pablicatloa Aagmet 4. 19M. Data of iaat pablioaUon September 1&, 190C CONTEST NOTICE. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. United States Land Office. The Dalle, Oregon, Angast6,19M. A anl&ciatLt eontaataffldarit haTing beenfUad in this office by Angaata Oehae, conteatant, ol Xone Rock, Oregon, again! homestead entry Ma 6344, made December S, 197. for SSi BWJi, 8E. Section 28, Towuhlp S B., Range 73 X., by Amo D. iSack, Conteatee, la which it ii alleged. that th said conteatee ha wholly aban doned tbe aid land tor more than six month last pest, and ha failed to ealtivata? or tmprore the same ureqaiiad by law and that said fall nres are not dae to th service of the conteatee in th army, naryor marine corps ol the United State dnd ng Urn of war: aald parties are here by notified to appear, respond and offer evidence touching said allegation at 10 o'clock, a. m. oa September IS. 1904, before C. O. Port wood, Coun ty Clerk of Gilliam Connty, at hia office at Con don, Oregon, who is authorised to take the testi mony in tbe above ease at 'that Urns and place aad that final hearing will be beld at lOo'elock a. m. on Sept. 22, 1904, before the Register and Receiver t tbe United State Land Office In Tbe Dalle Oregon. The taid contestant having, fn a proper affida vit, Bled Augusts, 1904, et forth fact which show that after dne deligenee personal service of this notice cannot be made, it la hereby ordered and directed that soch notice be given by dae and proper pablicatlon. MtCHAXL T. NOLAJt, Register. SUI.IM0HS. In the Circuit Court of tbe State of Oregon for tbe Coanty of Gilliam. Anni Kellogg, Plain tiff, TS. Harry Kellogg, Defendant To Harry Kellogg th above named defendant: In tb nam of the Stat of Oregon yoa are hereby commanded and required to appear and annrer the complaint filed against yon In the above entitled salt In th Clreait Coart ofth State ot Oregon forthe Coanty of Gilliam' on or before Friday, the 16th day of September, 1901, and that if yoa fall to ao appear and answer or otherwise plead to said complaint tbe plaintiff win applyto aid Coart for there lief demandedtln tbe complaint on 01 therein which is for a de cree ot aaid Coart annal ling and dissolving th bonds of matrimony existing between the plain US and defendant and for such farther relief as to aaid Coart may seem )at. Thl sammonsls aerred apon yoa by pabllca tlon thereof tor six consecutive week in th Coraoa Globb a newspaper published and Issu ed weekly at Condon, in Gilliam Connty, Oregon commencing with the isaa ot Angost 4th, 1904, and ending With the lssae of September IS, 1904, In parsnane of an order Issued by tb Hooor hie Edward Dnnn, Connty Jndge of Gilliam Coanty, State of Oregon, made and Stod herein ou the 2nd day ot August, 190. J. W. Smovsb, Attorney for Plaintiff, residing at Condon, Ore. Date of first pabllcatlon Aogast 4,1904. Date of last publication September IS, 1904, Send No Money ONLT TOUR NAME AMO ADDRESS ForSampUt of Cloth, Eto. U.-WO0L d 1 A PAVKTI TEo Medal TaOort -n Third Wt, Portland, Ox. Plena mention this paper. L 0. 3. CHURCH 8ESYICES. Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting on Thursday evenings. Sunday School at 2 :00 p. m. Religio every Friday evening. Everybody cordially invited. II. C. Shitxlt. President, Moore & Golden. GASH GROCERS. Our stock is now arriving and is fresh, clean and up-to-date. GROCERIES : FRUIT : VEGETABLES All fresh aud good to eat. -Call and get our prices. SPRING STREET, CONDON, OREGON: SAY! Do You Know that We Carry One of the largest Storks of Goods In the County? We can supply yon with any"artfcle front ashoe String to a threshing machine. Ask, write or 'phone for what you want. :WE CARRY: The Quality Store IvORD & COMPANY Watch this space for "Quality Store" News.- i . v THE QUALITY STORE, LORD & CO. LORD & CO. ARLINGTON, OREGON. syAKV B0WIKKAN at. a PHYSICIAN AND SUROKCN Offlr oa auatailt Htreet 1st Door West el P.C. CONDON OrTSOONt 0R.LB.asitTtt, . OSTEOPATH. UraJitat of tb A werloan htl ol Ostootmtnyv ot Klrkavltl. Mo. AtMnlltUaeured without the eat ofth knit. 4O0 Oragohlan Bldg., PORTLAND. - - OREGON, AK1KR tWm)M, PHYSICIANS AND 8URQEON8, X Ray ao4 all lrm of KleetriKal ttvetNiHi i at efhc. om opposite aaoa Bnlldki. ARLINOTON, - - OREOOrf p tKMAK A TAMKCR ATTORN EY-AT-LAW Careful attention to all lefftl btalnoa ittrtMi to oar ear. 1 , Cffteeeat Condon and Arlttmton. &V R. Nrker, (K W, raiwaa, COlKHV, ORE. AH14SUTOft, tiHK. H KNDItK-Klt A BOH t)iSV ATTORN CYfJ-AT-LAW rtaetle In ail th Court, 0. a Oukmh lacunar a Cowkia oSkx, llMat pewrf aa4 8lln tmu, OiKoe at Conowut ami roasN, iay Bowvrman, Henorti'lM, Condon, Ore roeett. Orav .III ers)ns desiring to settle their ec roants with as during onr abaem frotu town can do so by calling at the Condon I'harmacy where onr books have been UfU lOtf KratMtMTOM A KotMtaa, 0, L. Neal, the well known anetlon ser, will give the strictest aMenllon to all business entrostet to hit eat. II D have property to tell consult liitu Condon Milling Co. MANUFACTURER OF High Patent Flour, Graham Flour, Germ Meal.CChop, Feed. STEAM-ROLLED WHEAT AND BARLEY. SCALE OF PRICES Seam Rolled Barley. .$23.00 Steam Rolled Wheat.. 23.00 Mill Feed 15.00 Flour, per bbl 4.00 Prices liable to change at any time. Every sack of onr floor is fully guaranteed or money refunded. Fred Wilson. Frank Wilson. THE BANK. WILSON BROS., PROP'S. Everything new and a CEXTLEMEN'3 Finest quality of Ci strictly first-class RESORT. gr" Wines, Liquors New Stone Building. West Side Main St. CONDOM. tinnnjutrurivnnrtn OREGON. inruuvtrum rjvuuuinnnnn ruuuuuuinnnn 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. When in Arlington call on me. jnnnnrnnjm vuxnn rutrutrvirinnrint. Dry Goods, Clothing, Furnish ings, Boots, Shoes, Groceries, Hardware, Wagons and Farm ing Implements. Call and inspect our goods and get our prices. We want to show you that we can save you money on what yon need to buy. Keys & Cushing, Mayville Oregon. IK flODttp 5001. op qoivngirj gives Free Trial Free Car Fare Eight month's tuition at price of six. Attend the K,-st. PENDLETON,- OREGON. STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, MONMOUTH, OREGON.. Begins its 23rd rear September 20, '04. Fonr terms in escit riinol rear affording eqnal opportunities tot beginning eoume in Heptember, November, February and April. The best training; for teachers is the Normal course with assurance of good positions at good wages. Write for new catalogne containing fnll informa tion concerning courses of stndy, train ing in actual teaching nnder real condi tions in town and conn try schools and fnll details ahont the advanced coarse of Stndy with additional advantages attach ed. Address, J. It. V. Butler, See., or E. D. Rbhslkb, Pres., Monmouth, Ore. Good Meat Is sometimes advertised, but is not always sold. It is dif- ferent here. If you patronize our new merit market yon will get your money's worth. We like to deal with particular peo ple, for we know we can please them. Our new quarters are clean and modernly equipped; we do ourownbutcheringjour prices are right.' What more can we say? Edwards Bros. & McBrfde. For the World's Fair and Lonisana Purchase Exposition at Bt. Louis, May to November, 1904, the O. R. & N. Co. have named the following rates from Ar lington : To 8t.Louis and return pil 35. To Chicago and rrtnrn 66.35. To Chica and return via St. Louis 167.60. Child ren of half fare age of above1 rates. Tickets will be on sale May 11, 12 end 13; Jnne )fl,17 and 18; July 1, 2 and 3: Angnst 8, 9 and 10; September 5, 0 and 7 ; October 3, 4 and 5. Limited as fol lows: Passengers will have the privilege of starting on any date which willenable them to reach their destination within ten days from date of sale. Return limit ninetv days from date of sale. Stopov ers will be allowed in either direction within the transit limit". 1). Tikbmkv, ' Agent. 8TACE TIME TABLE. Stages will arrive at and depart from Condon on the following schedule. ARRIVE FROM Fossil.. ...,0:3o A.M. Arliugton 2:30 P.M. DEPART FOB Arlington 9:45 A. M. FosBil 2:30 P. M. V. Jackson & Co.. Props. Forest Reserve scrip for sale. L. W. Darling. , A 200-acre farm for Bale. Six year's time. L. VV. Darling. , THE ARLINGTON IMPLEMENT AHD HARDWARE GOMPNAY Gasoline Engines, Wagons, Farming Implements, Bolts, Nails, Ranges, Tinware, Granite ware, Carpenter's Tool, Locks, Hinge", Machine Extras and Oil, Axle Grease, Barb Wire, Wirt Netting, Extras for Russcl Threshers, Grindstones, eto carried in stock. ARLINGTON - - . OREGON. vwuvvuwruxnnjxnnnnruvxs h Tfcvfcv THECOilDO!! TW m saajiwaj BJ SBJBT W SI BERT RAIslSAY PROP. Iga special aiteiiuon to leant- 4aj. star's trade. First rlaas stock and careful drivers. CHOP FEED FOB SALE. CONOON, OREGON. No. 7050. "1 pirst fiatioQal BaoopdOQ. Capital $25,000. Does a General Banking Business. No matter how large, no matter how small, this Bank will give your business the careful attention which its central location and personal interests warrant. J. Frank Watson. Prealdenti Edward Dunn, Vice-Presidents Nathan Farnsworth, Cashier, Andrew Gretnar, F.MPIIter. Drafts issued en all parts of tht world. Wt solhityour patronagt. -T.,1 n n i-ummumm j L r LOST VALLEY LAUD AUD LUMBER CO. (INCORPORATED.) Manufacturers of and Dealers In Rough and Dressed Lumber, Telephone Poles, Posts, Wood Etc. Rough Lumber per M. $10.00. Ship Up per M. $1600. Flooring, 1st class, $25.00. Flooring 2nd class $17.50. Five per cent, off for cash. Condon Yard at Interior Planing Mill. J. A. MoMorris. Agt. F. M. P LITER, Manager. Lost Valley, Ore. innruviAAnuiruvinjiriJvuyvnnn Thft Summit Untnl I 1 iiv vuiiiiiiiu iivrvuif D. M. RINEMART. Prop. New Building and Furnishings. Finest Location in the City. ' First-class In Every Respect. Well Appointed Bath for use of Guests. Our Table ia Supplied with the Best the Market Affords. Commercial Trade a Specially Anrlnfl Atrftftt. nnARfnr.tr Ft. f inm AnnrunnnTinnnjinjuuJtnnnr EXTRAS Forthe Threshing Engine Including Suction Hose, Angle Valves, Check Valvar, Globe Valves, Rubber Packing, Guagv Glasses Etc. MACHINIST WORK. Having installed a power lathe I am, uow prepared to do all kinds of machine work on short notice. Work, which you for merly had to send to Portland can now be done here at a great saving of time and transportation charges. NEW STOCK TIN AND GRANITE WARE JUST IN. E. T. HOLLENBECK, Shop aud Store North Main Street, CONDON, OREGON.