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CONDON GLOBE
XutvM al PcatofTlo m mwoikI'AUm matter.
Publlahwl Kry Tbannlly
8. A. PATTISON
Kdlttw and I'rtiptlelor.
THUHSDAY, MARCH 2, 1905
"Fur Wcitton farmers to no el no
where in search of land minimis
one of carrying coal a to New
castle," remarks the Weston Lead
er. It Isn't exactly a matter of
carrying coals, as we observe the
situation. They simply carry a
good sited wad of Umatilla county
money to Condon for investment
in wheat lands in the bent wheat
belt in the Pacific Northwest.
That's all.
A sad, sad story conies from the
cauital city of California where a
number of members of the state
legislature have been found guilty
of taking bribes. One member,
more unfortunate than the rest,
was attacked by a serious illness
after being indicted and, the dis
patches tell us, while it is known
that ho has the money which he
received from the bribe givers, he
is unable to use it to pay doctor's
bills and hospital fees for the rea
son that the money was all mark
ed before being paid 10 him and its
use in this time of dire need would
surely convict him. Hie fellow
legislators,' however, moved to com
passion by his most awkward pre
dictment, have started a subscrip
tion paper to hflp him out and
now they are afraid to pay their
subscriptions for fear their money
may also bear a secret mark which
might get them in trouble. It
should now be in order for the
legislature to pass a stringent law
making it a capital offense to murk
coin or currency of the realm which
might at any time be needed for
purposes of bribery of legislators.
Such a practice may readily be
shown to be in rental nt of trade
and also as tending to cant re
proach on poor but honest (?) poli
ticians who are desirous of paying
their bills.
Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured.
William Shaffer, a braknnan of Douni
son, Ohio, was confined to his bed (or
several weoki with inflammatory rheu
matism, "I used many remedies," he
said. "Finally I sent to McCaw's drug
store (or a bottle ( Chamberlain's Pair.
Balm, at which time I was unable to
use hand or foot, and In one week's time
was able to go lo work ss happy as a
clam." For sale by Condon Drug Co.
Hollenbeck Building Sold.
A deal was closed last Friday whereby
the Hollenbeck building, on North Main
street became the property of J, E.
Hunt, of Portland, the consideration be
ing 2300. Mr. Hunt Is an experienced
hardware man, having been engaged in
that line of business in Portland (or
many years, and si soon as bis building
can be remodeled he will open a com
plete stock of hardware here. He ex
pects to have bis stock In and be ready
for business about April lit.
A Favorite Remedy for Babies,
Its pleasant taste and prompt cures
have made Chamberlain's Congh Rem
edy a favorite with the mothers of small
children. It quickly cures their coughs
and colds and prevents any danger of
pneumonia or other serious conse
quences. It not only cures croup, but
when given ss soon as the croupy cough
appears will prevent the attack. For
ssle by Condon Drug Co.
Wilson Smith, of this place, who went
to Tortland some time ago to have his
eyes treated, returned Saturday. His
lefteyewasin very bad condition but
the operation to which he waa'subjected
relieved the trouble and he seemed on
the high road to recovery but the trip
home seemed to aggrivate the trouble
and on Monday it was about as bad 'as
before he went to the city.
Fred and Frank.Wilson left Saturday
morning for Twin Falls, Idaho, where
they go to look for a business location.
If they are not suited with the proepeets
at that point they will probably goon to
Wyoming.
The Colonel's Waterloo.
Colonel John M. Foller, of Honey
drove, Tesss, nearly met his Waterloo,
from Liver and Kidney trouble. In a
recent letter, he ssys: "I was nearly
dead, of these complaints, and, although
I tried my family doctor, he did me bo
good ; so I got a 60o bottle of your grest
Electric Bitters, which cured nte. I con
sider tuein the best medicine on earth,
and thank ttud who gave you the know
ledge to msks them." Sold, and guaran
teed to cure Dyspepsia, Blllonsne and
Kidney Disase, by all druggists, at 60c
a bottle.
New Addition Platted.
County Judge Dunn is having a por
tlou of his ranch adjoining town plaited
In acre tracts ami even before the ground
is surveyed, is finding a readv market
for the tracts. This shows the rapid
pace at which Condon is growing. On
all tides hornet are springing np arid the
indications ars that before the town is
another year older its population will
have been Increased by more than 100
percent. Condon Is the coming town
of this section of Oregon snd the friendly
"tip" here given does not cost the read
er one cent.
Incredible Brutality.
It won lil have been incredible brutal
itv if CM. F. Lemberger, of Syracuse,
N. V., had not done the beit he could
for his suffering son. "My boy," he
savs, "cut a fearful gash over his eye, so
I applied Kuckleti'a Arnica Halve, which
quickly healed it and saved hi eve."
Uood for burnt and ulcers too. Only 26
cents at all druggists.
Treasurer's Notice.
All county wsrranta registered prior
December 1, 1003, will be paid npnn pre
sentation at my office. Interest ceaset
Jannarv 8, 1906.
K. W. Moors.
Treasurer of (iilllam county, Oregon
CO WHERE THEY ALL C01
TO KOKINSON'S
AMUSEMENT HALL
ntl.LlARDri. POOL, SHOOT
INO A SD BOW LI SO
:lKr,4'uba4-co,Soft Dtlnkl
and Firth Conlwtlonrrk
Johnson A Miter Build
int. Main fttree
Grand
Clearance Sale
OF-
MILLINERV COOPS
TO" MAKE ROOM " FOR
A NEW Sl'RIN'J STOCK
MISS CATHERINE G REISER
ALBERT DAMS
LIVERY AND FEED
STABLE
Our Livery Stock is First
class. Best attention to
Boarding Stock.
Your Patronage Solicited.
SPRING STREET, CONDON.
STACE TIME TABLE.
Stages 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. V. Jackson & Co.. Props.
r A. MANN,
DENTIST.
Crown and Bridge work a Specialty.
Office ujutalr In Bowerraan Building.
Condon, - - Oregon.
pARMAN & PARKER
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
Careful attention to all legal bttalneai entrusted
to our care.
Office at Condon and Arlington.
D. R Parker, O. W. Parman,
CONDON, ORE. ARLINGTON, ORE.
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SUMMIT
HOTEL
Rebuilt
Enlarccd
Improved
Mndrrn Convenient1. Electric
l.ujlit In every mum. Lous IMa
U nee and Loral Phone, flrmt-claa
table and aenrlne.
YOt'R PATRON AO K W SOLICITED
D. M. RINEflfHRT
PROPRIETOR
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rinoninAuiAnnAniAfiuinvrutj
The 0; R. & H.
Have commenced laying
rails on the Condon
' branch. You will soon
hear the toot of the locomotive.
BUY
A
LOT
Before the rush com
mences. Choice business
and resident lots on easy
terms.
CONDON T0WNSITE
COMPANY
REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE k
FARM LAND BOUGHT and 80LD
Ltat your land with
at and we will fliid
you a pnrcbaaer. In
tending purchaser
may be benefitted by
thing mi a call.
W. A. CAMPBELL,
CONDON. OREOON.
Office 2nd Floor Barker Bldg.
QOWERMAN A 6NOVER
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
Practice In all the Courta, V. 8? Commlmtoaer
tu office. Final proof and Alinga taken.
Jay Bowerman, J. W, Snorer.
Corner Summit and Oregon Streete,
Condon, - Oregon.
Q E. KENNEDY, . D
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office aecond Floor Lage Building. Entrance
aecond door aonth of Flint National Bawk.
Condon. - V - Oreotfh,
W.A
GOODWIN ,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Ettlmatea Furnished. x
Special attention to Job Work.
Condon, Oregon.
Sy ARY BOWERMAN M D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office on Summit Street 1st Door Wett of P.O.
CONDON - - OREGON
H.
C WINAN8
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER.
Plan and specification furnished at reason
able rate. Estimates glveu.
Office at Palaoe Hotel.
Condon. - - - Oregon.
Send No Money
ONLY TOUR NAME! AND ADDRESS
ForSamoUs of Cloth, Bto.
um pJ.c&tOU trot
TSo Medal Teflon
t-n tmp m. vwtiaaa,
Pleaaa mention this paper. .
iirtft Rclsachcr Saddles I
W 1 aT ? I AT ml m-rm
1 1
Reisacher Saddles are made (or service
The reason they look better it si in ply be- J
They're boilt STRONG. The thorough
way In which they are pat together it the J
renton of their durability quite as much J
as the material from which they are made. J
Write (or price list and photos. J
. . . I
JOHN F. REISACHER
CONDON, ORtCON. J
Condon Drug Company
Prescriptions carefully compound day or
night. Patent Medicines, Toilet goods etc.
We solicit your patronage, and promise to
give you our very best attention.
R. L. HUNT, Manaaer.
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PRUWTOH. OREGON. .
Capital $50,000. Surplus $20,000.
Transacts a General Banking Business
Le tiers of credit issued. Kxchangs sold on principal cities In
I). ft. and Europe. Your patronage solicited.
J. W. FRENCH. President. F. T. HURLBURT. Vlce-Pree.
LO. D. STURCESS, Cashier. p
New Stock of Furniture
A complete line of Couches, Bed Lounges.
Fine assortment of Iron Beds, Springs and
Mattre6ees, also a full line of Hardware.
Condon Furniture &
Hardware Company
NORTH MAIS STREET
1
THE BUCK HORN SALOON
B. K. SEARCY, Prop.
Fine assortment of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Billiard and Pool Tables.
One of the finest collections of Taxidermy and
Curios in the West.
Your patronage is solicited
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6. B. BARKER, Pro., JAY BOWERMAN, Vice-Pre, C. 0. PORTWOOD, Cashier.
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GILLIAM COUNTY BANK
Capital, $50,000.
Transacts a General Banking Business. Domestic f
and Foreign Exchange Bought and Sold, f
DIRECTORS
f 8. B.
" ( CO.
8. B. BARKER. JAY BOWERMAN,
PORTWOOD, J. F. RKISACHER, R. T. COX.
CONDON. OREGON
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JR A7PT I Q AUCTIONEER AND VALUATOR
. n.t VV C-L-L-O, Condon. Oregon.
Strict attention eiven to bnainess. Sales conducted. Valuations given.
GlrGUS CONDON PAINT & PAPER COMP'Y.
GOlTliny have modern tools and are
modem workmen. We have
our own material at wholesale
prices which will Bave you 20
J per cent on house painting and
papering. Don't forget to call
and see us.
For those in need 1
of House Painting KELLY & JOHNSON
and Papering. one door east of the city fire hall
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