Condon globe. (Condon, Gilliam Co., Or.) 189?-1919, September 14, 1899, Image 2

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    "O Year's Seeding,
RETURN
TliE G0HD0S1 GLOBE
THURSDAY. September 14, 1899.
THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF GILLIAM
CGUNTV, OREGON.
OUR FIRE COMPANY.
No drill of the tire company was
held Uat Friday evening for the
reason that not enough of the
members turned out to draw the
cart and handle one line of hose.
Iirit possible that this is to be the
final outcome of Condon's first vol
unteer fire company?
The city has been to considerable
ex (tense putting in water works
and providing (ire righting appara
tus and we all know that without
a thoroughly drilled team that can
work together intelligently and
without the loss of a moment's time
it will be of but little real benefit
rt rtti ete Af 4i sA I
111 VOHQ vi uith I
r-verj proper owner ih yuan
inieresieu m tins umiier, uuk u wc
all remain away from the drill, at-
tending to our own private business,
or catering to ourown comfort, and
' I
denendon "the other fellows" to
A tK Jri.r,na h nMn.wl t
" r . 6 . T ;
prawn our property, iue ,Hre com-
party is going 10 oe an incapaDie
and weak-kneed affair. Unless we I
"lords of creation" intend to take I
hold of this matter in earnest, a
motion wonld be in order to dis-
r,-J ;.,,,. ;
, , .
turn me wnoie Business over w iuei
basket ball cluhk The women oat-
class us id public ppmtedness
every time, anyway.
In nearly all the important cities
in the Northwest except Condon
the ladies, God bless them, have
adopted the sensible and obliging
habit of removing their hats at lec-
ures, enieriammenis ana buowb. i
It is no doubt an oversight that the I
custom has not obtained here, 'ere
this, and if onr fair'onps but knew
linw mnch nrritier mnr nttrnotiv
' . -.
-.l l:,u: .
.uu w.nvUU,8 .D """""MW.1I. Wilmot same 100
neaa coverings, toe leiiows on tne
back seats would have a much bet-!
ter chance, than formerly, of
getting the worth of their money.
The republican party leaders will
not worry much about the result
of the next national' election so
long as there are 15 other parties
5n fiM ra;nat tfc.m ?o
. ... .'. .
tne numter a writer in tne Arena
claims to have counted, and he
adds, "there are others."
PULL TOGETHER.
The following from the Hepp-
ner Gazette, might be profitably
read and personally applied by the
business men of perhaps every
town in Eastern Oregon:
"As the beginning of the fall
trade is at hand the business men
should unite in their efforts to
secure all they can by pulling to
gether. Rival towns are wide
awake. Catalogues of all descrip
tions, from Portland to New York,
are arriving by each mail; peddlers
are at work all around us. To pro
tect your own business interests
is to stir yourselves and meet them
on every turn. Heppner has the
location and the goods and it is her
duty to apprise the surrounding
country of these facts. She must
not sit idly by and suffer the loss
she has in the past. Instead of
cutting prices, and running down
each others business, right here in
town, they should stand united
and resort to a slaughter with out
side competition only. All residents
lroni tne wood sawyer to the ban-
ker, have like interests, which are
derjendent on th Biires nf uLoh
. , , . ....
other, and when a ruinous strife is
t . i
on oeiween mem eacn one pays
the cost - , To make a thriving
town we must stand together.
Whenever a town's growth ceases,
its down-fall is in sight, and its
funeral comes swiftest when the
enterprise and profits of the busi-
ness men are turned against each
other. As business men come here
they have studied the field, and
they come with the knowledge that
. ODDortunities are offered, and the
t,,,,' , i i. t , tJ
" '
uuuucoe ijicu mrcau iiere bdouiu
extend to them everv enp,oiirafrv
0
via e 1 ma 1 1 . , 1
" awuw men jesiouov
or inditlcrence to weich them
down."
County Court Proceedings.
, PRORATB DOCKET.
Estate of J,
A. Linn, dee'd Report
filed Sheriff of Lane countv authorised
to deliver certain personal property and
, , , T .
I'arrs iu auuiiiiiriraiur.
Uteof II. W. Pentecost's heirs W.
' ,Bm , , , .,
ger 7, 1899, and answer objections
.ru1,
rriKirv.
Ral.tiinlJ T. ' rlM.M.IVrann.1
' - - -. . . . -, ...
j.irojerty set aside.
BEST
Estate ol Samuel Slater, tlec'd Quo.
B. Dnkek appointed administrator with
bands fixed m $7000.00 Joslah I). Smith,
B. K. 8erey and Jonathan Boyer ap
pointed appraiser. .
; countv roxjMssioNKR'B cor at.
Matter of petition of K. B. Spencer et
al U a county road, No. 102 Report
of viewers read and U. W. Wester, D. 8.
Brown and William II. Head appointed
appraisers of damages to meet October
20, 1899.
Matter of petition of J. W. Stringer,
et al for county road, No 10 Report
of viewers accepted and road . ordered
opened, as surveyed, and portion of old
road vacated as per petition.
Matter of petition of Grant Wade
for change of roonty road, No. W 0. A.
Danneman, T. C. Mobley and S. 8.
Thomas appointed viewers and Robert
H. Wain surveyor, to meet October 23,
18D9,
Matter of petition of L. B. Townsend,
et al, for the vacation of county road,
No. 05 J. J. Tortwoon, SD. Fletcher
and J. A. MuMorria aptointed viewers,
ndRob!:t!1-VValn aar0T 10 n,eet
uctoner j,
... . . ,.T
untv aurvevor .DDr0Ved
M . - . . rj. R. Carnine
for change in county road, So. 84 D. S.
Brown, A. Uartman and A. S. Rice ap-
pointed viewers and Robt. H. Wain,
... a t -v ..... I a lonn
Burve - vor 10 WWUBr loi,i'
Matter ol U sale of s. w. tf, sec. 14,
Up, 2 n., r, 22 e.. made to county Decern
21 igge autborixi tosllow
redemption.
Co00tv clerk instructed to have re-
pairs made to court house.
The following claims against the coon-
ty were allowed, to-wit:
Z. T. Dodson, M. D., prof, servi-
ces State va Matney 37 00
a r. ; T n . ,, a on
j a. round, con, fees same case. 15
R. M. Johnson salary stock in
spertor 4 months.. 75 00
ocn I aisi. iso, if, use u eviiuui
hnnsA fnr teachers' exam, etc 12 00
Henrv CraM jaro, inquest 1 00
j. a. Found same 1 00
R. H. Robinson same 1 00
Jnn Bee1 8atne
w j ShJgYtMMy''m,ZZ'. 1 00
x tj. Sweeten con fees inquest
unknown body 2 60
A. H. Ruedy cor fee same case. . 5 00
J. H. Wood coffin and burial same 25 00
I . . . . .
C Bbsne juror, Inquest Dody Ol
mary x w
Lee Rush same 1 00
J. S. Boyer same 1 00
C. B. Montague same... 1 00
J. W. Mathews same 1 00
A. H. Ruedy cor, fees and milage
same case 17 00
A. H. Ruedy post mortem exam
body same case. 25 00
A. II. Ruedy stationery as cor'ur 2 50
8. Ebi hauling dead body 1 00
CoMDOM Ulobs publ'g and pr'tg. 12 75
Arlington Advocate printing. . .. 4 00
E7ErH(l,6U!ad ass'tex. teachers
18 00
18 00
Mrs. Gracie C Thomas same.
U MCKLIX
DENTIST
W1U vl" Condon on or about August 25, 1899.
Office, front room over Btepheiuon's More,
Portland Addreu-302 Macleay Building.
. GEO. W. FKANKLIX
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
AU ealli promptly attended to
Special attention glvea to diaeaaea of women
Office In New Drag 8tore, Barr BuildiDf,
Condon, - - - Oregoh
0R9. B.EVE3 A LUSA
PHYSICIANS AND SUROEONS.
IHj or night eall promptly answered.
Office In New Masonic Balldlng.
CONDON - - - - .OREGON
)H. J. W. VOCEL
Specialist for Refraction and
Defect of the Eye.
Will Visit Condon Erery Three Months.
Watch Local Column or Dates.
Price List of Lumber.
(Adopied September 1, 1818.)
Rough lumber, pine, per M. $10 00
Roagh lumber, fir '. .. 12 00
6hiplapl2nd class flooring, rustic,
ceiling or surfaced 15 00
First-class flooring, ceiling, rustic
surfaced finishing 22
Slab wood, per cord
I All bills discounted 10 per cent for
Rm. A Mrn
i -
count to all,
Thk Lost Valley Lcmrei Co.
Everybody Can Co to the
Seaside.
The Astoria and Columbia River Rai
road have made'tbe following round trip
rates. From Portland to Seaside, Gear
hart and f yintr P.oa.-h tl VI Pnrt.
ftnd F,ve .nd Ktata 2M. Port
land to Astoria and return 12.40,
tickets good until October 10th, 1899.
Treasurer's Notice,
All county warrants registered pii
I a V . m innn : 1 1 I : i
vj laiiunry 4 o;'o, win ue piiu on prewn
talion at mv office. Interest ceaaei after
this date. H. B. Babkrb.
I rr.AnuH.A. r'i;ii:.M A.
I x 1 caouici ui uiiuniu vuuiuv, vrrjcmv
Dttted at Condon, Ore., Joly 31, 189,
NOTICE. TIMBER CULTURE
U. B. LXD Orrici. Turn Dallks. Onriow
AUKHRt 7lh iwm.
Cnmolaint having been entered at thliOttiiie
hy John I'rujrne, aenlint (ieonte T. I'ettlnxiile
lor muni to com ply with law to timber
coltura Entry tin. iM, dntud January 10, 1W7
Ruiik Zi E.. W. M. , In lillliam Coiif.tr, Orexon
i wun a Titw to tnecaiiceliatioiidl SMtd entry,
eonteatant lllnii tbat an Id (ieerse T. Petti n.
Pf "jni newecteo to plow r, urn
on mild tra't ol land the flrat year or at all alWr
ii ante ol nin mil entry and has totally aban-
uoiki me name, i n hiu imrtiea arcDerebr iuui
iniud Ui aiDar at this (jmca on
The 30th Day of September 1809.
. atlOo'cloiaa.iD.,tofepoiil and fnruUb tevtl
to mmiy wnrernliiKaaldaltal iHllnre. '
H. N. Kmicr. County Clerk, la authorised tf
take tcntlinolir In tliln CHe at lila otlice In !mi.
???,t W-Pl"" " Oar of September 1SW,
ai iu u lut . UI,
Jay P. Lucas, HegUtcr.
OF VOLUNTEERS.
TRADE EVER KNOWN.
I EF
V. Daggett ian. teachera. , . 9 00
lass & Prudltotniue books A sup St 25
H. Ries viewer road No. 102. , 4 00
U. Woodland same 4 00
A. Danneman same ......... 4 00
Leroy Pol ch. bearer rsuis...... 4 00
B. Spencer same, ... , 4 00
Rob U. Wain surveyor saute.... 16 00
Wm. Wehrls viewer road No. 103 2 00
M. Smith same 2 00
Thos. Livingston earn 3 00
D. U. Dragerch. bearer same. ... 2 00
Root. 11. Wain surveyor same. . . 8 00
Jas. Dunn juror cir. conrt Apr '90 4 00
. O. Clarke Co. assessor's pay. 18? 09
i. C. Slater wood tor county 89 45
W. Daggett sal. school snpt. . 85 S3
. N. Fraser cash pd ont for Co. 13 25
B. Barker sal Co trees July Aug 66 66
. J. Mariner sal. Co. judge. ... 83 S3
M. l'liter com. pay pres. term. 16 00
W. Dyer same 18 40
The following State Scalp Bounty
claims were approved :
James Yonng... 34 00
W.N. McKlnney 22 00
Eugene Fairhurst 38 00
Hans Hanson.... 20 00
Wilford Cecil.. ........ .......... 4 00
W. McKinney 22 00
Chas. Ebl 4 00
. W. Edminston 10 00
M. V. Weatherford 16 00
D, Kinttley.. 28 00
Wm. S. Christopher 8 00
W. 11. Herren 4 00
L. E. Reed 6 00
Lewis Couture 22 00
W.J. Onion..... 6 00
A. Dannemaa 20 00
Ray Trimble 2 00
Chas. P. Oleman 8 00
EdMcMullen 4 00
Dulep Sweys 2 00
D. Keiiur 4 00
E. W. Moore 2 00
Mrs. R. E. Graham 6 00
A. Danneman 2 00
Joseph Stephens 38 00
Wilber France 24 00
Sterlinir Staires 4 00
John Cunningham 6 00
Henry Morris-hi 4 00
W. 11. Col Well 14 00
Wm. Head 36 00
W. R. Marvel 6 00
J.F. Lewis 4 00
J.W.Nye 14 00
N.Cecil 4 00
W.R. Baker 32 00
Arthur Sharrard 4 00
E. Cnrren 4 00
W. A. Brassfield 2 00
W.K.Farrer 4 00
F. B. Stevens 8 00
W. B. Pentecost 2 00
Marshal McCnrry 8 00
Indian Mary 2 00
Joe Trevett 10 00
Ed Brandon 6 00
J. W. Scrivoer 2 00
F.M. Pliter 38 00
QninnnnnnAxvanjuinnAninUTJi
s
DRUGGISTS'
SUNDRIES,
PATENT
MEDICINES,
IIHITE LEAD,
BOILED AND
RAH OIL,
COLORS.
The above list indi
cates the class of
goods which I carry.
If I have not in
stock any article
which a purchaser
requires, I will get
it at once.
J. H. Hudson
SCONDON, OR!
rjirtnnnnjijvtninnnutvrunnnnj
H. H. BlICDBtCKS. JAY SOWEBMAM.
HENDRICKS & BOWERMAN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
riasr boildiho wast or rout orncc, cosdoh.
nasTDOoa kobth or stbiwss's a bice, rossiL
Careful attention to legal bnalneaa In Gilliam
and W heeler counties. A Notary in each office.
Deputy Stock Inspectors.
I hare appointed aa mj deputies the following
pereona:
W. H. Colwell, Arllnirtoti.
h. B. Townaend, Omdon.
Charley White, Paper Sack.
B. M. Johhsor, Lone ftor-k.
Stock Inspector for tiilllam Coanty, Oregon.
H. W. HARTMAN.
Carpenter and Builder.
Scroll lor a Specialty.
Plans and Estimates Furnished
Condon : : Oregon.
C. S. PALMER,
prtlstK Barber.
Sleel-c Shaves
and Hair-cuts.
Razors honed and re-ground
CONDON OREGON.
Land Applications, Proofs and
Abstracts.
II. N. Frazer. Connty Clerk, gives
special attention to abstracts of title,
and ii also prepared to receive TJ. 8.
government land filings and proofs, as
well as applications for the purchase of
state school lands, at Lis office in Con
Uon, Or.
A
Edna I
ThevGome
in
SHOES
They come in pairs and we have them in all the stylish
shapes.
The popular toe this Benson is the "Athens," and we
also carry them in other styles.
The leather is the best obtainable, soft and pliable, the
workmanship the finest hand labor.
We also carry a full line of ladies Queen Quality Shoea
which for style, finish and price, can't be beat.
Our lines of Infant's, Children's, Missess Boy's and
Men.s Bhoes are full and complete and in endless variety.
We are sure we can please yon in anything you may
need in the shoe line. Give us a trial.
SHOES
ALL GOODS MARKED
LORD
ARLINGTON,
WILTON
s-
Of ArlinKton, Or.,
NO. 3918.
i Transacts a General
Accounts Kept
Drafts sold on all the principal cities of the United States
and Europe. Interest
i SPECIAL ATTENTIOK CIVEN TO COLLECTIONS. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS
O.M.FRENCH, President! W. W. STEIWER, Vlca-Prealdenti FRANK
T. HURLBURT, Cashier.
1 DIRECTORS D. M. FRENCH. W.
WARDS AND
r,nnuvuwtrinnrunnjvvtfUinaru
F. T. HURLBURT. Prae. SMITH FRENCH, See DAN THOMAS, Man'gr
Arlington Warehouse Co.
(Incorporated)
GENUINE CALCUTTA GRAIN
HIGHEST MARKET Uf U
PRICE FOR THE WW IIL.fl I SEASON OF 1899
ADVANCES MADE ON WHEAT AT ANY TIME.
Barbed Wire, Nails, Flour, Feed, Bait, Sulphur, Lum
ber, Lime, Cement, Cedar Poets, Pine, Oak or Fir Wood
Sash, Doors, House Trimmings etc., Always on Hand.
HIDES AND PELTS. BOUGHT
SHEEP PAINT. BEST IN
Directors: D. M. French, W. Lord, Smith French, D. Thomas, P. T, Hurlburt
Office in Warehouse. -
CHARLES HABES0H1I
BRICK and STONE MASON,
Plasterer
Cement Work a Specialty.
All work attended to promptly and
satisfaction Guaranteed.
Condon - - -
NOTICE FOE PUBLICATION.
Laud Orncc AT Ths Dallies, Ob., July V, 1899.
Nouns I. berebr Riven tbat ths followlnr
named settler has tiled notice of bl. Intention in
make final proof In support of hi. claim, and
that aaid proof will be made before II. N. Kraxar,
county clerk of Gilliam county, at Condon, Or.,
oaHaturday, Beptember 28, Umvit;
OKA NT WADK.of Clem, Oregon,
lid. E. No. (WW, (or the n'A neU w4 nv'4 and
m'ii me.W, tp., r. 21 e W.M.
lie names the following wltneanea to prove
his eontlnnotu ntaldcnve spoil and cultlvntlon
of said land, viz: C. A. Daimemitn, James
Inarch, O. W. Wclnhhons and Henry Nendle,
all of t'lem, Orcgoo
Midi's Jav r. Lucas, Bcgl.tt-r.
rail Hack Bshlad.
lova to rlila la hnM an
Pairs.
SHOES
SHOES
IN PLAIN FIGURES.
& CO.,
OREGON.
k ee ee ekvS)
M
1 ' e-se-e-i
Banking Business.
Subject to Check.
allowed on time deposits.
W. STEIWER. W. LORD. I C. ED.
A. C. HAWSON. d
SACKS AT LOWEST PRICES
C ATCROP OF THE
AT HIGHEST CASH PRICE
THE MARKET GUARANTEED.
- - Arlington, Oregon
and Flue Builder
- Oregon
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that the unrirlgn1
ha. Ixen duly appointed by the llonoralile
County Conrt of the Htate of Oregon, for (lllllam
C unity, a. admlnlHtrator of the date of J. K.
Orl.ham. late of (illliam Comity. Oregon, now
d'ind. All perons having claim, agalimt
said entate are hereby notified
M in
preM;nt the
.nine nrooerlv veiilled. to me at mv r"l(1cii(;
near MayvillH, Oregon, within sU month, from
tue aura oi tun nonce.
Admlnl.trator ol tbe eitate ol J. F. Urliham
deceniicd.
Dated this 17th day ol Auguat WM.
Subscribe for tbe Globe.
Larsjeal Must KtMrt,
tKa " OL r ....
Lr-i
to 4 t,n,
DON'T TAKE
Remember wa are headquartera for
SHURTE 8i
ARLINGTON,
DROP IN
Next Door to Bowling Alley Arlington,
when you feel like
CIGAR OR MILWAUKEE
All kinds of first-class liquors on hand.
R IN EH ART'S
Condon, - Oregon.
GEO. W. RINEJhjART, Prop'r.
The public will find that no better ccomtaoltioni eftn t
found in this country than at this Iiouho. Meals 25c; beds 25c.
headquartersTutraveuiic HEW.
E. T HOLLEHBEGK, M. E.
Consulting Engineer. Estimates made on all kinds of
Buildings, Machinery, Water Towers, rumps and Pump
ing Plants. Repairing a Specialty. If you bare any
thing you think past fixing, bring it to me.
HEADQUARTERS IN
CONDON
WHEN LOOKING FOR BARCAIIIS GALL Oil
AL. HENSHAW.
He has a complete stock of the following goods on band and
more coming on every train.
Furniture, Hardware, Carpenter's Tools, Taints.
Blankets, Gloves, Wall Taper, House Lining. " . .
Stoves, Stovo-pipo, Window-glass, .Crockery.
Trunks, Hand-bags, Undertaker's Goods. ,
Remember! Ho will order anything, not kept in stock, on short notice.
D. M. RINEHART,
LIVERY & FEED BARN.
Good Rigs for Hire.
Careful Attention to stock.
Comer Spring and Churoh Streets,.
Condon
F. H. RALSTON,
(SUCCESSOR TO RALSTON A 80N)
DEALER IN
Gen'l Merchandise
Invites an Inspection of
Stock as
LONE ROCK
jllita mJ sini3
1. 4 m s
A HEADER.
Don't Uk '
"hesiltir" aotll you'
time seen the Ohl
Hellibl Hodges No.
2 or Ccnter-Drlvt
llesrlrr. We run
furnish her. and
csrtdil ftamlnttion
ol tlia Ittsst tyix ol
limits Hteol liesJ.
erf will convince
yon tint they ere
just wlist we clelni them
to I the most iierlwt
iiitMleltn tlie Ueederllnt
yet (irtnlucrd.
In spite of the onwtr
rgnted assertion! of aom.
It it a well known tart
that mors Hodges Head
era are made every year
and sold and atay sold
than of all other makes
combined; that more
llodtfus Heailsrs make
merry music In the hsr
vest fields of both eontl
nenta than were ever
constructed by all other
manufacturers ol thU type
ol harvesters, For 80
yeara Hodgca lU-dera
have lieen the leadertin
their class.
No feature of these ma
chines hss been considered
good rridtigh that coold
lie improved onon, and
we now say with confl
dem-e, that it la, aa it bee
ever been, the peer olall
alleged rlvale laalasphTnTy
of construction, tase of
operation and beauty of
finish. .
If yon are notlatmatee)
In headers let na a how yon
the Milwaukee Chain
lirivo Newer, or oiher
good Bidweia we bare, tbe
I ad and Uesle Steel Hay
Hake, or other tr d iskre
we have, the low ell drr
rlrk and net, wblrh ie
tltirra harvest r reuses, m
skert lei na hcw yto the
latest Wess frow a .thresh
inc anachiM to ft repair
link.
machlna ritrat. Call and tea na.
WEIR GO.
OREGON.
AT COB'S
r
enjoying ft flret-olftee
BEER OH DRAUGHT.
RESTAURANT
THE FIX BUILDING.
OREGON,
Oregon.
His
to Quality and Prico.
OR.