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THE COIIDOII GLOBE.
THURSDAY, AUOU9T as, 1004. Local news, 0. MT.Orosfleld visited Portland daring ' tlit week. Mies Irfilti Fllsater It at Lone Deach Washington. ce cream and hot weather drnK at J Nekton's, Uurl Wheeler returned from Montana - Batitrday, John Underwood, of A Jus, ii working with W. L, Herser'e threader. J.W. flnover transacted business at Arlington ad Portland daring the week. Jonathan Ifctyer brought lila steam thresher out from Arlington last week. lttiHtiuhorl All light repairing done f rM un ahoaa told by aa. 0. W. Propel A Oo. , ... , Mra. J. Q. Jama and llttla aon left Monday morning for Biiverton to visit friends. Our Una of flandala, Osforde ate. it complete. Olva at a call 0. VY. Propel A Co. ' P.W. lUlston'a wheat crop, near Mar villa, hat Imen threshed. It yielded 88 bushels ir acre. , MIm Dora Downing la at Portland. Ihit week buying her slock of Fall and Win ter millinery gooda. J. If. Itond started hit new horte power threader at D. M. Burnett's farm, near town, Monday, ( Mr.' Puthnell Jest Week boaght 100 acres' of land from Abe Loelllogoa Me nay flat at I0 per acre. Mite Catherine Urelner left yesterdas for Portland to purchase her Fall and Winter stock of millinery goods. Helect your plows, harrows and Jrllle for the coming eeaeon at W. L. liarker't Implement h'mte, Condon, Oregon. The Tapt let ladlea eerved Ice cream and cake In Armory hall annes Batnr dav afternoon and evening the aalet netting $14. Il'aloolMd tlmee ahoet ripped, (let your neat Nir from at and have them HKWKD and PATCHED FREE. O.W. I'ropat A Co. The Initial number of the Chne Falla Prese haa been received. It la published by the Cline Fall Publishing Co. and it neatly printed and ably edited. Tlie'Arlington Lnmber Co. la C'iniplet Inn a large warehouse on their yard. l.ikeui'Ml others In Condon jnstniw they are preparing for the coming roah. Twenty-live per cent discount for cash on onr er.llre ttork of Ladiea' Miasee' and Childrvne' SANDALS. Come early while we have your alae, 0. W. Fropst A Co. Cards are out announcing the ap proaching marriage of John Randall, of Arlington, and M tea Nora Miller, of Olei ' Tlie ceremony will Uke place Sepleui- . tier 4th. Card ere out announcing the marri ei(eof MIm Pearl 8leltn ami Mr. Pearl Perclval Jarvia to lake place in the Firat LUptlstchurch Wednesday eveutug, Aug ugustSlst. i Wagons, liuggies, Hacks aud all klnda of Farming Iiuplemenla at W. L. Bar ker'a big Condon Implement houae. Now lathe time to atock up for the busy Spring farming season. The annual teachera' Institute will be held at Condon on September 5, 6 and 7. President Frvnch, d the Weston Nor mal, and Prof. Uarland, of Fuwil, will be present aa iuetructora. .'.' Mlat lieu la Filt water, who haa been epeudlng the aummer on the ranch, returned to town Huuday Buffering from n badly aprained arm which the tut tallied by being thrown from a horee. Get your material, 8hlnglet, Doors ami Windowt of the Arlington Lumber Co. Build your hoo.se before the ruth Prices are right with at. Hhingtee i2 00 A 21i2& window at $1.40, at Arlington. Arlington Lumber Co, - Mrs. H.N. Anderaon, of near Lone lWk, left for Caraon Valley, Nevada, Sunday in revpouae to a message atatlng that her altter la seriously III at that ulace. Mr. Anderson accompanied her aa far aa Arlington. . . KAIL HOW COMING-To clear np More the traint run through to the In- j (trior, we are offering beat Star A Star '-"Shingles at $2.00 per M at our Arlington " yard. Several car loade on hand. Ar- lington Lnmber C. 23d24. Willi Knot came- over front Foeail Saturday and took home hit altter, Mlat Clara, who haa been "tyiite III at the home of her aunt, Mr.W.L.Barker, in thia city. She ia reported aa improv ing at thia writing, , Ira Luna, the well known young butcher with Edwarda Brot A McBrlde, worked for a record at dressing a beef Monday evening and ancceeded In doing the job in 18 minutes, lie hopes to do tietter than that with a little mors prac tice. . , A. 8. Uollen haa aaked for a franohiae from the city council for an electric light and power plant. The ordinance haa tteeti drawn and will be acted on at the next meeting of the council. The proposed franchiae covert a perioJ of 25 years. J. B. E Idy, right of way man for the O. It. A N. ia here thia week aecurlnft right of way for the new railroad, lie ia making contract! containing the pro viso that the road mutt be built and In operation within one year otherwise the contract will be void, Edward Curran, of the Times, left Tuesday morning (or Hillsboro and up- - on hla return will bring hit family and household goods with him. They will occupy the Mra. It. Balding reaidenca Fred Anderson and Miss Blanch Camp- hell are conducting the paper in Mr Curran'a absence, Th Bunchgraeeer'a Question Not many moon ago a Bum hgiass er wandered off down the Ktaxe Iload which leadi to the Big Klvrr where runt the lMlroad upon which It carried the Commerce of the Country. The Commerce of the Country might be carried on the Big River at a leet rate per ton were It nut for K ckt in the Riv er and Snags In the path of a CeV lain Few Politlclana who live at Salem and who, aluce taking op their residence at that Burg at Patrona of the Public Crib, have adopted the Stage Name of Stales- man, These Certain Few are known to Fame officially and collectively aa the State Board of Portage Comuilaslonera but they needed a Stage Name In their Buaiuete because (hey sometimes find it necessary to Play to the Ualleriea in or der to hold their Job. The Rocks In the River are currently reported to have been placed there eowe 1,000,000 yeara ago, more of leaa, aa a part of the fouu dalion of Mount flood and are generally oooaidered pretty Bui id PfOfrOIUont while the biggett Snag la the path of the Certain Few la aald to have been placed there at the Last Peeeloo of the Legislature and ia known aa Canal Right ol Way. The Certain Few at onoa de clared thia Big Suag to be the Proper Stuff aud to it has proved if their tola object was to aide track the Portage Road which they had been lntiucted to construct immediately with fundi al ready provided by the Bute end thus keep the Commerce of the Country mov ing on the Rail Road at the good old fashioned Stiff Rate. The Bunchgraaaer wat Simple Mind ed bnt he wanted to get Wise so he con tinued his wanderings to the Big City near the Month of the Willamette where dwell many Dally Newspaper Editors, Politlclaua, Grafters, Foot pads and other Wise Men, and upon hla arrival there he proceeded to pet thlt question to the Wise Ones: "Whj don't they build the Portage T" lie first put the question to the Hotel Clerk who etopped polishing bit Diamond long enough to direct the seeker after Knowledge to the Editor of a Great Newspaper. The Bonchgraaser found the City Editor in and at once put the question. The City Editor glar ed at the questioner; "Where are you from," he demanded fiercely. "From Condon replied the Bunchgraaaer. "What difference doea It make to you whan it'a built?" "Well,' replied the Bunchgraaaer, "I think it will reduce freight rates, develop the country and be a good thing for the people, and I know ben at Walla Walla, Arlington, Blalock and other polnta who think the tame aa I do. Tbey waut a freight rale based on w ater transportation because they need it in their business." "Oh come off,' replied the City Editor. Don't you know that all the towna you have Just named are between The Dalles and Portland ? It la Eastern Oregon peo ple need the portage, not you fellows." The Bunchgraaaer thanked htm for the information and hurried to the office of a rival paper. ' Why don't they build the Portage T" be" aiked ut the Telegraph Blitor. "Becanse'was the reply, "they will when ttfey have to. It'a very im portant but other matters must be con- idered. There's the canal right of way. very meritorious (delay) measure. Theu the railroads are interested and their rights most be aacredly respected and the politicians are not to be sneetud at. The coyote bounty law died when the portage bill wat born ao there's no need of gulling excited and doing any thing rash. Theu there never was but (our towns In Eastern Oregon, Arling ton, the county teat of Gilliam county, Mitchell, the county teat of Wheeler county, lleppner, a mining town on the Canadian Pacific and Fossil, which it knowu aa the Salem of Eastern Oregon. I know this ia correct because I got my information partly from a special edition writeup of the vintage of 1680 and part ly from my own head last time I bit the pipe down at Wong Lee'a. Now you .see iieppnerand Mitchell are no more wip ed out by cloud bursts Arlington baa the county eeat and la satisfied and Foeail might get her moral atmosphere polluted by smoke if there were steam boats on the upper river. So what'a the use to hurry. There's plenty of time before the country can aettle op again and the people fence agalutt those troublesome cloud bursts. But o( course we mutt have the portage and immedi ately. Portland will not Hand for an other hour'e delay,, but it will not do to be hasty." lie paused to light a cigar ette and . the Boachgrasser, staggering under the load of kuowledge be bad ab sorbed, but with an insatiable deaire for more, rushed from the room and to the nearest book store where he called for a copy of sortie good geography of Oregon. The book man shook hit head. "I am sorry," he said, "but I dare not let one go. All I have will be needed here thia winter among oar newspaper men who will try to aettle the Important question of whether Eastern Oregon ia in north ern Montana or the southwest corner ol the Indian Territory." Sick Haadaoh. For several years tnjr wife' was troub led with what ohyalcians called -sick headache of a very severe character. She doctored with several prominent physi ciant and at a great expense only to grow worse until the waa unable to do any kind of work. About a year ago she began taking Chambeilain's Stom ach and Liver Tablets and today she welicht more than ever before and ia real well, eaya George F. Wright, of New London, N. Y. For sale by Jarvia' Pharmacy. Cholera Infantum. Thlt dltease haa lost its terrors since ChaniberlHin'a Colic, Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy came into use. The mil form success which attends the use of this remedy In all casea of bowel coin plainta in children has made it a favor ite wherever its value haa becomeknown For sale by Jarvia' l'haruiucy. Now is the to fortify yonrseK siralnat the season's elrkneta, Jo to the Condon Pharmacy and prornre a lt tie of soms of tbs eacelleot tonics for sale there. Jeweley We have nn hand a fine eaaortment id Jewelry at reaaonahle prloes inc-lnding Diamond, Sap phlrea, Rubies etc. Come and see them. Toilet Soaps We have a complete atock of Toilet Boars, Face Creams, Tooth Powders, and other Toilet arti cles oeoally found la a firat-ctaee drua store. Remember We compound prescriptions exactly as the doc tor writes them. We do not substitute. Condon Pharmacy 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 for Ocean Wave Washing Machine. Easiest Running and Strongest Washer Made. Lower Main Street Ice Cream! Ice Cream Milk Shakes and all Hot Weather Drinks. Fresh Strawberres in Season. Jackson's. In the Good Old Summer Time when the typhoid germ is ram pant, DR. WILSON'S BLOOD PURIFIER will cleanse your system of all -each .impurities. $1.00 per bottle. JflRVIS' PHARMACY. ejsrvtiNnnnvinjxnlBWVvruvin 3918 OiEQOfl. , Capital $50,000. Surplus $20,000. Transacts a General Banking Business. Letters of credit Issued. Exchange sold on principal oliitia In U. ft. and Europe. Your patronage solicited. J.W. FRENCH. Preald.nt. F. T. HURLBURT. Cashier. W. W.STEIWER, Vlce-Prea, Hand Made Harness and Saddles that give perfeGt satisfaction. Sooth Main Street. pirest Job prir)tir$ for BUY THE Rfl'GORUllGK ADER IF YOU WANT THE BEST. HE DUNN BROS., Agts. i All supplies needed in the Harvest and Threshing season may be found at our store. Orders by mail or telephone will receive careful attention Time , Soda! Six bottles for $5.00. O. D.STURGESS.Aaat Caahlef. LE. Palmer. III at tt)e jLy pcuTjiee ; The Railroad o' is COMLNO. OUR COMPLETE STOCK OF FINE GROCERIES Better lay in a iappljr for P. H. Stephenson, wheat INTERIOR . Highest price paid (or Graia of all kinda. Storage and lulling of Wod. General Warehouse and Merchandise Business. IAIF0UB, CUTKRIE 69 . U'C'RS. nnnmwuxruuvmnnru' iniiruinjvvvniAruiruinuu The Palace Hotel, ELGIN MYERS, Prop. Most commodious hotel in the city. Table supplied with the best the market affords. Special attention given to the comfort of guests. Headquarters for Travel! g Men. CONDON, OREGON. ruvuxnsiAnnuvruuinnjvyinnjui Fresh Oranges, finest stock We also carry a choice assortment of Candies, Nuts, Cigars, Soft Drinks and Canned Goods. j L. T. PRICE, iTiSiAnnJtriJiJuinAnjinj THE CELEBRATED . . COLUMBIA BREWERY . . AUGUST BUCHLER, Prop. Of the product of thia well-known brewery the United fttates Health Reporta for June 28, 1900. says: "A more superior brew sever entered the labratory of the United States Health report. It ia absolutely devoid of the slighteat trace of adulteration, but on the othet hand composed of the best of malt and and choicest of hops. Ita tonic qualitiea are of the highest and it j ean be used with the greatest benefit and satisfaction by both old and young. Ita use ean conscientiously be prescribed by the physiciana with the certainty that a better, purer or more wholesome beverage could not possibly be found." East Second Street. THE DALLES, OREGON. WALL PAPER LATEST DESIGNS FASHIONABLE PATTERNS Largest and best select ed stock in the County. Estimates furnished on jobsaa to mateaial and labor. 7. A. DARLING. Terrifield, lesidetyt .rtist. Studio Uest 5id2jfdrtr; Iair) Strt. orpdor; : OrOr;. . is Here. the busy threshing season. General Merchandise. WAREHOUSE ARUXC I OX. BUICCX. C0U2U5. ICXf Mae. R. 1L WaUr, Paoiv Will cater to the wants, of the trav- cling public in a manner to warrant satisfaction. Centrally Located Corner Main and Spring Sts. -CONDON, OREGON. Bananas, Lemons i in tno City. GonfeGtioner. oc The Fine . Stock: of Millinery Goods at Dora Downing', Corner Spring and Oregon Streets, Condon, Oregon. SUMMER HATS SMALL BOYS Full line of Finest Millin ery Goods. Yofir Patronage is Solicited. Miss Catherise QfiEixfea. ALBERT DAMS LIVERY AND FEED STABLE Our Livery Stock is Firet class. Best attention to Boarding Stock. Vottr Patrdtiage Solicited. SPRING STREET, CONDON. Treasurer Notice. All county warranta registered oHoi to Sept. 1,19(13, will be paid npun pre sentation at my office. Interest ceases after April 6, IQOJ. 1. H. STEPHtftsOS, Treasurer of Gilliam cunnty, 0?egt.n, School Clerk's Notidd. All echonl u arraiits of School District No. 9, Ciilliam Gomitv Oregon, register ed prior to February 9, 1904, are now payable Upon presentation at my olllce. Interest ceaaea after April 12,190. I'. II. PfKlMfcNi'I, Behool yteik. eoHrad at tk tvt at r", orere, aa kmltlM tiul htitkvr. I. W, tXOVBKi h1 prtlM l 111 tk CoerM el Orttr.1t. CU tot eaa aof aarta ei vnna aro. sun. ATtOSXEV.ATLAVA Rotary fablU aod Ceste.ancef, - g A. f ATT1809f 0im HBtlC. Office ia Globe Bundlna. C0XD03, 0RK009 J. r. wooff, u. o. PHTS1CIASJ AS0SCRCE0JI, DajraedillfUCalUri'oaiHf ABeweied, Cm ftMone Boer Bwkat tmi&itig, eerttaf Maia and Spring tlrMia cosootr, oaxooif jjB.aK. urxa. PHVSICUS ASft lCfi(I03t. ' Day aa4 KigM Calla rmaptl? atteadea, conttos, oaeooaf T. t. jricmix 0EXT1ST. OlheeaMond Ann. P3mir MnlMlaa aMlAr Uttm airees. C I fAlMCa City Shaving Parlors raxjcxa eouics, Proea. rinrt CUm workiBCTi, MHvf Conditional Conrteooa TmtmeaL Hot end Cold Betlta Belvedere Building, Mala aad Spring aueeta. CONDON, OREGON. aaUTttONPitCIHC 3 TRAINS EAST DAILY Tbroneh Pullman standard and iGUf et aleeping can daily to Omaha, Chi -eago, Spokane; toariat aleeping car daily to Kanaaa city ; through Ptmman toarist Bleeping care (personallr conducted) areedy to Chicago, reclining chair cartf (Beau tree; to tne jm daily. Ocean steamers between Portland alii San Francisco every five daye. LOW RATES I Ticket to and from all part of ii)f United States, Canada and Europe Far particulars call on or address - 0. TIE6NEY, Agent Arlington, Oregon 0.H.1M.METME trains frepirt from Arlington EAST BOUND KoTl Chicago Special... k.... 2 :Sd P Jl No. 4 Spokane Flyetu. ....... 12 :40 A n No. 6 Mail Etpreaa 1:42 A ii WESTBOUND -Nt 1 Portland Special... 12:12 P M Ko. 3 Portland Flyer. 3:06 A M Ko. Mail AExpresa........ S 150 A M . D TIEBNKY, Ageht, . . Arlington, Or. EStray Notidd $10 Reward . I will pay 5.(j0 eanh fr retnrn, r rt formation leaillntr to recovery of the fol lowing degr!ril)ed hors8l . .On 'My Reldinjr, 9 yetf old, hrarnietf M ntt right shonhler, J2 on leftahoulder. One bay- gelditist almiU 7 years oM weight alhrnt iloO. h'lliided "tttlrihatn nier" Iwimd nn left fhoiililpr. " Snppwd t.i rari((t la L"St Valley rf TluftUiiile cttuiitrr. llEBBKkt mirtr.itt litdtfbi Vii 11