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THE GOilGQil GLOBE.
FRIDAY. FFBROARY lO, 1893.
Rpv. W. C. Wfc will preach at Fossil on the 1st
Sunday of each month; at Mayvllle on the 3d,
and at Condon on the 2d and 4th Sunday.
THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF GILLIAM
A WORTHY LA W.
House bill No 206, introduced by
Mr. Gowan to encourage irrigation,
has passed. This is a step in the
right 1 direction and does not put
the state to much expense, consid
ering the vast benefit derived there
from." ; ". '.' :'
Oregon has an immense area that
could be irrigated, with a conse
quent increase of wealth and popu
lation. Under its provisions the
sum of $1500 is appropriated out
of the general fund to each county
of the state of Oregon containing
arid lands, for the purpose of sink
ing one experimental artesian well
therein. Any county in the state
which contains at least one town
ship of arid lands in compact form
in accordance with the United
States survey thereof, and which
said lands were at the time of said
survey, or at any time thereafter,
subject to entry as desert land, act
of March 3, 1887, shall be allowed
the sum of $1500, as hereinbefore
The county courts of the several
counties, coming within the provis
ions of this act shall, upon a peti
tion signed by at least 100 legal vo
ters, and filed in said court, locate
a site for such well where, in their
judgment the experiment can be
most effectually and economically
made, within their county; and
shall let by contract, receiving bids
after 30 days' public notice in the
official paper of said county, to the
lowest responsible bidder, for sink
ing such artesian wells.
Pension reform is a growing need
of the times. All men as well as
newspapers, regardless of party
connections, worthy of their good
names, are declaring in favor of it.
It is estimated that in 1894 the
money needed to pay pensions will
amount to $200,000,000 more than
all the other expenses of the govern
ment put together and this thirty
years after the war. In the name
of patriotism and ' citizenship, is
such a robbery to be allowed? The
pension expenditure is found to ex
ceed the entire salary list of the
government, the presidential offices,
the diplomatic services, the army,
the navy, the Indians, the census,
fortifications, armaments of forts
and ships, the cost of the postal
service above receipts, . the depart
ments of agriculture and labor, the
United States courts, rivers and har
bors, and the public printing. The
Portland Oregonian in speaking in
this connection says: . This expen
diture certainly exceeds all esti
mates of what is just in the payment
of pensions, and trenches largely
upon the domain of extreme liberal
ity toward a special class of citizens,
a large majority of whom are able
bodied and many of whom are
The bill appropriating $40,000
for the benefit of, the Oregon state
militia has passed the house by a
vote pf 39 to 16, Representatives
Toner and Stone voted against this
idle waste of money, but Repre
sentative Belts voted for it. The
taxpayers of this county have
enough burdens to bear without
military apporpriations. There is
no need for a "National Guard" in
this state. The people are notable
to afford luxuries and support
dudes as yet. East Oregonian.
There should be no hesisancy on
the part of the Legislature in pass
ing the ; bill amending the Penal
Code so as to deny j ury trials in cer
tain misdemeanor and petty of
fenses. Justices' Court are ham
pered and business men put to in
convenience and pecuniary loss by
the demands of defendants for a
jury trial in cases that a Justice of
the Peace could dispose of with just
ice to all parties concened in half
aa hour. : '"' ''
Gilliam ' county is entitled to a
J.r.Q0 hole in the ground,- Where
! ?!:'? ") down?
JUDGE GHESfAAfS OPIN
: IOAr. '
In an interview upon political
subjects, Judge Walter Q. Gresham,
of Chicago, one of the greatest and
most brilliant men of the nation,
has declared himself a democrat on
tariff and economic positions only.
"I consider the tariff as the only
great question dividing the two par
ties. If the democrats when they
take charge, will carry out their
pledges sincerely and consisently,
and knock out the protection fraud
I will stay with them, and so will
hundreds of thousands of indepen
dents who voted for Cleveland in
Nov. But should the democrats
fail to keep their pledges not one
of these men will be found voting
the democratic ticket in 1896. I
j feel pretty good, though, about the
future, for the fact that Carlisle is
going to take the treasury is a
guaranty that the new tariff bill
will give tariff-reformers satisfac
tion. It is gratifying to know that
we have a man like Carlisle to help
Cleveland through the great tariff
fight which will soon be upon us.
Carlisle is a great man and knows
all about the tariff and can make
no mistakes. I predict for him a
sucessful career in the treasury,
and also in two years I expect to
see the finances of the country so
plain and so simple that a boy can
write a statement of the treasury
and understand it. As it stands now
the more statements we read of the
condition of the treasury the less
we know. But Carlisle can be
trusted, and he will succeed in
bringing order out of chaos, and if
he does he is my candidate for pres
ident in 1896, and there is not a
man in the country who can beat
him for the nomination and elec
An exchange remarks that the
people who need more religion are:
The man who lets his horse stand
all day in the rain without a blank
et; the man who growls like a bear
with a sore tail when his wife asks
him for money; the woman "who
whispers it around that some other
woman is not what she ought to be;
the preacher who is always looking
for an easier place at a higher sal
ary; the man who walks the streets
with his hands in his pockets
while his wife carries the baby; the
man whose neighbors have an idea
he is a Christian; the, preacher
whose sermons never help anybody,
and the man who kesps a dog ar.d
says he can't afford to take his
The Newberg Graphic says: "The
honest taxpayers of Oregon have a
number of good reasons for oppos
ing the appropriation for the mili
tia. It is a useless burden and the
state haB no earthly use for it; and
what makes it a double burden is
that it is becoming a rapidly-grow
ing evil in politics, as was plainly
noticeable at the last June election.
It will be seen that those most in
terested in maintaining the militia j
are simply "machine and ring pol
iticians" who desire to maintain a
political organization at the state's
expense. The honest taxpayer too
well knows what a curse ring pol
itics" is, and it is hoped, should it
pass the senate, that Governor Peh-
There are a great many classes
of people who do a town no good,
and they might.be euumerated as
follows: First, those who go to some
other town to do their trading;
second, those opposing improve
ment and public expenditure; third, '
those who prefer a quiet town ' to
one of push and business; fourth,
those who imagine they own the
town and can run everything as
they please; fifth, those who think
business can be done slyly, without
advertising; sixth, those ' wjh'o de
ride public-spirited men; seventh,
those who oppose every movement
that does not promise to benefit
them personally; eighth, those who
seek to injure the good name and
credit of their fellow citizens. Ex.
Nearly 700 bills have been intro
duced in the , Oregon , legislature,
which beats the records The time
for this session will expire a week
from to-day,. 17th.
It is seldom a legislature . makes
a favorable move to cut down
brother officials' salaries, but the
move cutting down the salaries of
county officials stands a fair show
of becoming a law. The large sal
ary of the clerk's office is now about
a thing of the past. The matter
does not figure 60 much in the sher
iffs office in this county, because
the salary he receives is not more
than he- earns. But heretofore
there has been enterely too big a
thing in it for the clerk. Tilla
. . .
Mrs. Riley Yates, of Springfield,
Ohio, who is now nursing her, 24th
baby, is receiving many valuable
presents from admirers in all "parts
of the country. This is a source of
much grief to her good husband who
fears these gifts may induce Mrs,
Yates to keep on and beat her own
record. r .
Will find it to their interest to corre
spond with me, especially holders of fil
ings dated prior to 1885 and ' including
that year. I plant timber trees all ages
op to sis years, so you can make proof.
You don't have to pay me untfl final re
ceipt is obtained. Price $80, one
half cash ; balance in nine months, with
good security. Tree 6eeds warranted,
crop 1892. Fruit trees, ail kinds.
C. E. Fell,
Heppner Nursery, Heppner, Or.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
LandOfficc atThs Dalles, Ob., Jan. 3.1893.
Notice in hprphv trivpn that th fnllnwlnv.
named settler has filed notice of hi Intention to
make final proof in aupvortpf his claim, and that
aid proof will be made before J. P. LwaB, county
ciera oi uuium county, at ;ouaon, ur., on
February 24, 1893, vii:
THOMAS J. VOl'SQ. Hd. 4009,
for the wJi tm nwW and lot 4 of sec 3 tp 4
t of r 20 e. He uamet the following, wltnenseii to
prove ni con nn nous residence upon and culti
vation of, said land, vii: P. F. Cumin, C. K. Men
tion, Ralph Kroraaa and Geo. Hansen, all of Con
don, Oregon. .
J6-47 JohmW. Liwifl Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Laud Officb at The Dalles, Oh., Jan. Is, 1893.
Notice Is hereby given that the following-named
netUer has filed notice of her Intention to make
final proof in support of her claim, and that said
proof will be nude before J. P. Lncaa, county
clerk of Oi 111am county, at Condon. . Ot, on
March 13, 1893, vis: , . ,
MELISSA WARREN, Hd. 4557,
for the nw'4 see 24 tp 1 of r 22 e. She names
the following witnesses to prove her continuous
residence upon and cultivation of, said land.vlz:
G. L. Blake of Gooseberry, W. P. much of lone,
J. A. Ward and Jos. Baird of Shelbv, On-con.
j27-52 Johh W. iatwis. Register.
- NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at The Dalles, Oh., Jan. 16, 1S93.
Notice is hereby given . that the following
named settler has tiled notice of his Intention to
make final proof in support of bis eluim, and that
said proof will be made before Jav P. Lucas, coun
ty clerk, at Condon, Or., on March 8, 1H93, viz:
JAMES CHISWELL, Hd. 2453,
for the lots 2, 3 and 4, and swj rie'sec 1 tp 6 s of
r 19 e. He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and culti
vation of, said land, viz: M. Lewis, Jus. Ni kfton,
W. H. Stephens of ilayville, and John Patterson
of Fossil, Oregon.
127-52 Johh W. Lewis, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Commuted Timber Culture Final Proof.
P. 8. Lakd Office, The Dalles, Ob.,
i Jan. 16. 1893.
Notice In hereby given that Melissa Powell has
filed notice of her intention to make final proof
before Jay P. Lucas, county clerk of Gilliam
county, at his office in Condon, Oregon, on Tues
day, the 14th day of March, 1893, on timber culture
application Ko. 12, for the tv'4 sec 10 tp 3 s of r
21 e. Kbe names as witnesses: II. L. Moore and
R. B. Spencer of Shelby, and J. A. Kiser and W.
E. Miller of Condon, Oregon.
J27-52 JohmW. Lewis, Register.
OTICE FOR PUBLICATION. , ' .
Land Office at The Dalles, Ob., Jan. lfl, lfm.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler baa tiled notice of bis intention to
make final urool in sunnort of his claim, and that
said proof will be made before Jay P. Lucas;
county clerk of Gilliam count, at Condon, Or., on
JIarch 7, 1893, via: -
FRANK E. SMITH, Hd. 2608,
for the se4 sec 12 tp 5 s of r 21 e. He name the
following witnesses to prove his continuous res
idence upon and i-Hltlvation of, said land, viz;
F. M. Hprmgstuu, James Rodders, Josepb Trevett
and Henry Hawk, all of Condon, Oregon.
127-52 John W. Lewis, Register.
NOTICE FOE PUBLICATION: "
Land Office at The Daj.lks, Or. Jan. 24, '83.
Notice is hereby (riven that the following
named settler has filed noticeof his Intention to
maka final proof in support of his claim, and that
said proof will tie made before J. P. Ltieus, futili
ty clerk of Gil limn county, at Condon, Oregon,
on March 17, JM8, viz:
' JOHN IRONMONGER, Hd. 20(4,
for ihe t'A swU sec 14 and nwi nv ne' nwli
see 23 tp 5s of r 22 e. He names the following
witnesses toprove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of, said land, via: Henry Green
field, John E. Brnmptou, George Hutchinson
and James Codd, all of Condon, Oregon.
jW-52 John .W. Lkwib, Register.
KOTrCE FOR PUBLICATION. .
LANS QmcK atThk Dalles, Ob., Jan. 2r, 1893.
Noting Is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof In supportof hlsclalm, unil that
said proof will be made lelore J. P. Lucas, coun
ty clerk of Giiliiim county, at Condon, Oregon,
on MarcbM, im, vis: . . . ' -. " . '
.!-,.' CHARLES W.JJROWN, Hd. 2434,
for the lots 1 and 2 arid sw'4 ne!4, n 2 tp 4 s of r
20 e. He names the following witnesses to prove
his contiiiuo residence upon and cultivation
of, said land, vU: Ralph t'roman, Geo. Hanw:n.
Fred Mojfs'N. E. Wilson, nil of Condon, Or.
f3-l 1 John W, Lewis, Krister.
NOTICti FOB PUBLICATION.
Lawu Office t Thb Dallp.k, Oh., Jan. 20, 1)3.
'fiHr-0 in hfcr...u .1.... .u- ..i .
named settler bus filed notice of Ms Intention to I
miikefiual piw,f in supportof his claim, and that !
said proof w llpe made before 1. V. Lucas, county :
clerk of Gillian county, at Condon, Oregon, on
March 15, imi, (viz: i
HKNiY RENNER, D. 8.5315, '
for the wU swii see 8 tp 4 s of r 21 c. He name
tbe following vitnesscs In prove his eoiitliinori
r'sideureuponndcultlviitlonof, snld laod.vU: '
W , K Mvem. J c. Cooney, D. B. -Trlmbfo ' aitd
John Palmer, alj of Condon, Oregon. '
-. , Johh W. Liaris, Register.
I am closing out my entire ' stock of gon
- eral merchandise
OF COST !
I must have money, and you can buy
anything in my store
Your Own Figures,
For cash, if called for soon.
Please call early while there Is yet an as
sortment to select from.
J. H. MILLER, CONDON, OR.
D. H RINEHART,
LIVERY v STABLE,
At the old stand.
My aim is to always keep the best
'.' stock, best feed, and best
LOWEST RATES IN TOWN,
When you are at the county seat,
call around and see me. Ifniy
' treatment and terms are
not satisfactory it will
' .. not cost you let.
GIVE ME ATRIAL, ANYWAY.
. MACKEY BROS.,
All kinds of photographic work
done in first-class manner and
at very reasonable rates.
I respectfully solicit your pat
ronage, and will guarantee
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CONDON, -:- -:- OREGON.
LOST - VALLEY - LUMBER - MILLS
Are located in Lost Valley, Oregon, 18 miles
from Condon, 12 miles from Mayville, 12
miles from FoBsil, 7 miles from Lone Rock,
In the Most Natural and Accessible Location
for a Mill in Gilliam County.
I have got my steam saw and planing mills in operation,
and am prepared to furniHh lumber of all kinds and in any
niloriTitv I oVintl TT nr t a etwiitn It r tf a (rtx vn A .f 1 i
- - r ' I " ----- r " " -
ber, having especial fuciliticB for supplying this trade.
The best bodv of timber in Eastern Orecon.
It is my aim to keep constantly on hand, ready for imme
diate delivery, a full and complete stock of rough lumber,
dressed flooring, rustic, fine finishing lumber, etc., etc.
A' lot of Al Cedar Shingles in Stock at Condon.
Before purchasing elsewhere, you are respectfully invited
to call and see the quality of my lumber, get my prices,
and I am satisfied you will buy your lumber from me.
Proprietor -:- and Manager.
Eugene B. Smith,
HARNESS, SADDLERY, WHIPS, SPURS, CHAPS,
COLLARS, QUIRTS, ETC.
HAND AND MACHINE-MADE HARNESS. '
Repairing a specialty. Call and see mo when you are at the county feat.
MY PRICES DEFY COMPETITION.
Livery, Feed and Sale Stables,
Large New Ram on North Main Street,
Condon, - - Orecron.
HAY AND GRAIN
First-class Rigs Always on Hand at Very Reasonable Rates.
A share of the public patronage
ARE THE BE8T
IE THE BEST AMn M i :'
FOR ALL 8OILS
Tiler will ylrtd for yon. OATS 13(1 bn..WTIKAT 40 bn.,
UAllLCY 60 Im., COUN IWbu. I'OT ATOl'.K i.iAI Im. pern,
tbund S uenU for Bamnltt farm wmhU and cAtaioiriie.
i I intend do. for pktf . Ai'mo Uadlth"
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i Id pktrt. KK'ffjLiit Flower t.:xjL. xnt paid, ucnis.
'tUTVovr freight lo Tuclfld Count BuiUn.
JOHN A. CALZCR.
T. O. Johnson.
BOUGHT AND SOLD. .
is very respectfully solicited. VI
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