Condon globe. (Condon, Gilliam Co., Or.) 189?-1919, January 24, 1901, Image 2

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    CSHDOtl GLOBE.
"VHUt SDAY. JANUARY 24. XPOl.
NCTK-K,
I hn Clous hiriu-n ecTTwponcleno from all
wiu !i it Uulinin cwintv. W e im Umiak
t!st pper tt.e hMiliuc nrwt nu-rtmrn of tha
tni'iy mid Invite our :rknds to ist o by
in the iiiwt of their rwrwx lv
uichi-H-.x.i. cwevponritnt niHst b
i i-nt-1 bv Hie writer, not nwnwrilT for pt
)iriitin. ont n evidence of rt Inith.snd
un.llor iinn no n.-vroriililtty lor opin
ion x :uvl by corrrnpoaJvata.
One reeult of tlie West Foint
investigation will be to cause yonng
men- to think twice before entering
thearwyas privates. The stories
which tlwie young West Pwiut
hoodlums tell on thenwlres snj
which they appear to glory in are
sufficient to stamp them as brutes
and moral degenerates who are
wholly ifViBt to be placed in poet
tions of authority over other Amer
ican citizen. Their natures do not
how a. scintilla of true worth.
Their training seems to develop
them into physical bull dogs and
moral monstrosities, and it would
A PVJtlTAN KEXAISSANCE.
Tht Kev. John II. Wohl, a Pres
byterian minister, receutly lost hi
life in a shooting affray with lion.
S. P. Stokes, lawyer and politiciafty
at Williamson, W. Va. The alter
cation which led to the fight grew
out of a very violent and sensation
al sermon preached by the Ret.
Wohl against dancing, in which,
not content with consigning all dev
otees of dancing to bell fire in this
world, the preachersaid that "the
white light and glare of the ball
room are the 6hrouds of manly
probity and womanly purity."
Naturally .decent people who choose
to attend a public dancing party j
don't enjoy having their wives and'
while the intolerance and eloquent
extravagance of Jonathan Edwards
cost him nothing but hi pulpit,
the foolish temerity of the West
Virginia parson has cost him hU
life. He was probably vain of bis
powers as a sensational orator, and
selected his theme chiefly because
"hell-fire" denunciation of dan
cing would attract a large audience
in a small country community, and
would afford him a fine opportunity
to exhibit bis eloquence. His weak
ness and vanity have cost him his
life, and, even if be had escaped
death, his discourse would have
wrought nothing but inexcusable
mischief and discord in his church
and bis community. The dead
preacher was probably a clerical
daughters consigned to hell from
the pulpit and described as the demagogue of the sort that do
prospective children of impurity, nouoce Sunday newspapers witLoot
It is not remarkable that the Rev. discrimination, object to Sunday
Wohl was peremptorily "called trains under all circumstances, and
down" for his extravagant abuse of pretend to think the world is going
respectable women who saw fit to rapidly to the devil because dUorcee
dance in public, and it is not re- re granted on other grounds than
appear that the larger our army raarkable that, after firing the first adultery. Dancing, whether de-
rsif officered by such fellowsthe shot, be found that his- cloth did cn or indecent, whether within
worse ofF the nation will be. They
"might find their level as dive keep
ers m the "tenderloin" districts of 1
ur large cities, but all good citiiens
will earnestly pray that they will
never find it in the armies of the
United States.
The Oregon Legislature is mak
ing a good start in grafting. One
member who secured the passage
of a bill at the last session regulat
ing the employment of clerks, was
the leader during the present ses
sion in railroading a clerk bill
through the senate which utterly
ignored the provisions of the pre
vious act. This clerk graft is one
of the roost shameful of many which
lurk io the state bouse.
An eastern exchange says: "M.
S. Quay has been elected to the
Senate, which is another way of
saying that the devil still has his
hands on the helm of Pennsylvania
lolitics."
Senator Tillman complains that
the people out west cannot sing
''Dixie." He heard them trv it at
two banquets and on both occasions
they were just able to get through
the first verse, although many came
out strong on the chorus. The
senator says they do not sii
"America" much better. He noticed
that the men around him got along
pretty well with the first verse, but
after that they gave up trying to
sing the words and just hummed
the tune. "The Star-Spangled Ban
ner," he says, 5s entirely beyond
them Nobody can sing it and he
thinks there ought to be a law
passed requiring people to learn
both the words and the music of
the national air.
To the Consumers
of Gilliam County:
We tleilrt to state that we are duterrulned to reduce onr targe stock of
toode and tor the next 80 dyt will make great reduction! In all lines lor
cash.
By referring to yonr focal pnrr you frequently note the ad, of Interior
merchants who, with eorirplclous slgni, ay: "We tell at Arlington
prices." It this not evidence that the Arlington merchants inuot lead In
low prices or there would be no need fat uch tUteamenu? Itelore pur
chaaing your fan anppliea or the smaller billa get prlcee from b.
In agricultural Implements we have the favorite Monitor Drills subject
to four ettarfmtont, vis, hoe, disc, preea wheela or shoe.
The Oliver and Flying Dutchman I'lowi are hard to beat for good clean
work, durability auid llghtneaa of draft.
It is no longar an experiment to bny a Cain or Stoughten wagon, as
they have but few If any competitor when atrength and light-running
qualitlea are considered1,
It you anticipate treating yourself to a new bugvy or hack do not pur
chase until our new carload of the old reliable lUeioe rigs reach na, whloh
will be here In September.
When In need of a chop mill, hay prew, windmill, sewing machine, or
any kind of machinery need on the farm, write oa for prices and we will
treat yon right.
CCT'AdJresi H communications to the firm at the old James W, Smith store.
FALL AflD WINTER GOODS
NOW ARRIVING
We wlan to enounce to our trleuds and patrons that oar Fait and1
Winter atock of Dry Good, Notlona, Clothing, Underwear, Furnish
Ing Qooda and Shoes la now arriving and la larger and better selected
than ever before;
SHURTE & WEIR CO.
n : : :
Arlingto
ARLINGTON SALOON,
JEAI1 LABOUS, PROP.
BILLIARD and FOOL TABLES.
FIKST-CLASS GOODS OUR PRIDE
FRESH, COOL MILWAUKEE KEQ BEER on Draught.
Main St., Condon, Oregon
not protect him.- It is an interest- the family or in the pubho ballet,
ing historical fact that the great is described by these clerical dema-
New England theologian, Jonathan gogues as impure. All nude art,
Edwards, waa forced to resign his pure or obscene in intent or ex-
charge at ' Northampton, : Mass., pression, is stigmatized as immoral.
because of the indignation excited All this holding the decent use
by a sermon against frivolous social of a good thing responsible for the FINE WINES, LIQUORS and CHOICE CIGARS,
recreations wmcu ne preacneu irom I uucwu uw ui i ia lurtsmug
his pulpit . old 6traw to evil purpose, for it
The Congregational Church of makes society and churches and
New England 150 yeara ago. when preachers repulsive to thousands
Edwards was in his prime, was a of people who are neither irreverent
very conservative body, but it nor immoral, but are thoroughly
could not endure the frightful anath- disgusted with this misdirected
emas and bitter invective fulmi- enthusiasm for non-essentials to
nated by Edwards against many the increasing neglect of the great
sorts of social recreation. So the essentials of human life and con
greatest mind that New England duct- Do we think less of Wash
has produced had to step down and mgton and his wife because they
oat of a pnlpit he had occupied for danced decently in public and pri
many years. If average human vte and heartily enjoyed it? The
nature would not tolerate such in- evangelists of this abortive Puritan
tolerant, extravagant abuse in the renaissance are doomed to failure
day of Jonathan Edwards, it cer-j"1 tneir stupid effort to revive pop-
tainly could not be expected to nIar belief in the musty cerements
submit to it meekly at the opening ancient ew England bigotry,
of the twentieth century. There is austerity, inhumanity, narrowness
something in the lurid language and injustice with its stolid pro
employed by the Rev. Wohl that scription of music, dancing, fiction,
strongly recalls the diction of Jona- art and the drama. The people
We also have compreto lines of
Superior Hoe
and Disc Drills,
Oregon. Superior Seeders,
r. y
Canton Plows and
Studebaker Hacks,
Wagons and
Buggies.
HEADQUARTERS -A11.,m
FOR H10H-GRADK TLIE BOULItNU
"WET" GOODS. a a I Oil . , ALLEY
KINK WfflSKlES. " MODEL." POOL
OLYMPIA BEER. ' TABLES
FANCY MIXED 11 "
DRINKS. A n.. O -i. IN CONNECTION.
A Quiet Resort
Lower . , '. Condon,
Main street CharIes Fx Prop. Oregon,
ALL GOODS MARKED Iff PLAIN FtCUBES Hr-
When In Arlington make our store your
headquarters. There's room for all and
bargains for all and the latch string is al
ways out
LORD & CO.
Arlington, uregon,
A Prominent Chicago Woman Speaks
Prof. Eoxa Tyler, of Chicago, Vice
President Illinois Woman's Alliance, in
speaking of Chamberlain's Congb Rem
edy, eays: "I goffered with a severe
cold this winter which threatened to rnn
into pneumonia. I tried different rem
edies but I seemed to grow worse and
the medicine spsct my stomach. A
friend advised me to try Chamberlain's
Coogh Remedy and I foond ft waa pleas
ant to take and it relieved me at once.
I am now entirely recovered, saved a
doctor's bill, time and suffering, and I
will never be without this splendid med
icine again." For sale by The Hudson
rharmacy-C. W. Crosfield, mgr.
than Edwards in those famous ser- like peace, order and moral decency, "" T CylC") "lT "F? T) TVT
mons in which he pictures the fiery but they have no use for this renais- V- VXV iyii-llVJLV 1
waves of hell rolling up from the sance of repulsive Puritanism, with
a.. -m . . . ..l.i11at
DouomiesB pit, bearing on their us BUl7 naDoie ana Clamor over
crest the hapless sinners in full non-essentials exalted above essen
sight of their sainted mothers peer- tials. There is good spiritual work
ing over the crystal wall of heaven, enough waiting for helping hands
The resemblance is so strong that m every commuinty, without wast-
it inspires the suspicion that the iag moral and intellectual energy
Rev. Mr. Wohl, being something of i voicing medieval nonsense and
a sensational preacher of the Tal- seeking to revivify the buried dust
mage quality, was weak enough to of Puritan bigotry and asceticism.
attempt by imitation a kind of! It is a ghost that won't walk.
Puritan renaissance of the obsolete Oregonian.
bell-fire pulpit discourse of Jona
than Edwards. Jerry Bray saw a woman on his
Manufacturer of and Dealer in Harness and Saddles
Fine Stoclc Saddles a Specialty-O ghg QondOI) BaH)
11 1 Guarantee Our Prices to Fleast
caDir jfors Jiotel of tlje Qty.
The Dalls,, Oregon. MEALS served at all hours
first-elass LlVry at Reasonable Rates-
SPRINGSTON & ROGERS.
f and Our Work to Givt Satisfaction
Call when in The Dalles or write for prices and information.
as.
PALMER,
IrtistK Barber.
Sleek Shaves
and Hair-cuts
Razors honed and re-ground
CONDON OREGON
It is but just to his memory to train deliberately takeoff herstock-
ay that his reproduction of the ing8afew evenings since, turn them
great theologian's vivid picture of inside out and put them on again.
the kingdom of lost souls was exe- After lacing np her shoes she pick-
cuted with remarkable fidelity, but ed P paper and went right on
reading. Jerry couldn't restrain
A Mother s Favorite. hj8 curiosity and asked her what litwrCT Sim I VttVT fiTVi re lu
ni 1 -. - 1 T. . . . I . I w.. k . WI.M.WII1
mnf-hnr'a fatrrtif a "Tfr I 1 t A t va Obictifgv OVtlVU
m wi im . ao picaosiii. auu DB1C I jif La 1a1 i . t
for children to take and always cures. It 1 waa Pre"y 001 ana "
is intended especially for coughs, colds, turned the hose on toel would cool
croap and wbooofng cough and is the oft, and then she went right on
beet medicine made for these diseases, readimr her naner and Jernr hnnt. Samnles of the Latest Desiirns in
Tk. j . . , . , , , ,. .1 n sr i 'J - o
m . " ed one to read himself, as he desired
w uuupjr uio uiiuu. varevu Ap
peal.
other injurious drag and may be given
as continently to a babe as to an adult.
For sale by The Hudson Pharmacy C,
W. Crosfield, mgr,
HAIR ORNAMENTS
AND NECK WEAR
Dress 5rinTir;$s.
Latest Styles in
Uirter flats
SPECIAL SALE OF DRESS SKIRTS.
TO REDUCE OUR STOCK WE OFFER EXTRA QUALITIES
IN DRESS SKIRTS AT FROM $1 TO 1.50.
CALL ASD
SEE THEM.
WE ALSO OFFER
Beat Out of an Increase of His
Pension.
A Mexican war veteran and prominent
editor writes: "Seeing the advertise-
menioi cuamDenain's uoac, unoiera I AIICI I A MAnnnfW
and Diarrhoea Remedy I am reminded wuuui uinvvwn.
that as a soldier in Mexico in '47 and '48 First door west of Stephenson's
I contracted Mexican diarrhoea and this store, Spring street.
...u, u. p ura muui tuuK mi iu- mwnftW ( . ...... rMiVnCWT
...... i- m ,; . iT vMViJwvAiir
newaladose of it restores me." It is
uneqoaled as a quick enre for diarrhoea
and is pleasant and safe to take. For
Flannel Overshtrts ......75 SI 00 Sweater8' Cotton,. i
-Men's Arctic Socka 25 A" w0' 11 00V
Ladies' Underwear 25 knee M wco1 'nd
T ic mixed worth 60c, 75.1100...
Ladies' Mittens lO .. . . .
Woollen Underwear, suit 1.50 l.
FleeceLined : 75,90 Boy's suits-All latest styles
Children's, same, per garment, 10 and patteras. Good qnality..
Boy's " ' . " 25 Wr8PPer8 Percale and Flan-
Macikntoshes, rubber lined, oelette
guaranteed water proof...... 2 50
sale by The Hudson Pharmacy. C. W. Wis signature is on every box of tbs gMoins
g J Crosfield, mgr.
25
Laxative BromoOuinine Tabieu
tea remedy that tvwm'm eold lu ena y
LIEN'S SUITS.
worstea, latest styles, f5.00. Heavy alt woo! chevoits, $7.60. Serge, Clay Worst-
ea anu biia Mixtures guaranteed to be all wool and at prices in proportion.
SKIRTS, WAISTS, UNDERSKIRTS, SHOES ETC.
A few days ago Sewall & Co., of
Maine, bought an old wooden ves-
5i cts I eel, the J. B. Walker, for $40,000
that is under charter for a single
trip that brings in returns of $26,-
000. This does not look like Amer
ican shipowners. are sorely in need
of a subsidy of $9,000,000 a year to
enable them to keep in business.
Times-Mountaineer.
50
50
visit DR. JORDAN'S oat
UUSEUU OF AHATOUY1
I0BI MARKET ST., UN FMNCISC0, CAL
(HMwwrn Hi iM Smaik .)
nm4trut tightor .Wtn, ' 1
WvattaawM. or or ooatraot. '
Mdlwuw,MlttTlyaara4br I
the oldtot BpUllton the PaolSe '
His Wife Saved Him.
'My wife's good advice saved my life,"
writes F. M. Ross of Wlnfield. Tenn.. "for
tiviK is uasnmere. Alpaca, berge, Crepon, Worsted, Plaids Latest styles $1 op. I had such a bad eoogh I conld lisrdly
axoio cmuiiei, rrencn r lannei ana Detter qualities, 60c and op.
UMDEttSKIKTS Sateen and Silkoline, fine colors and patterns, 60c and np.
CORSETS 50c. STOCKINUS-Cotton 10c., Wool 20c. Lined Gloves 60c.
fearm, Ftrru
I eailene;
We also pay highest prices for
IDES, PELTS AMD FURS.
OS.
OPPOSITE HIH8HAW3 STORE.
KC3EL BUSLCSKO, LOWES MAIM STREET
breathe, I steadily grew worse under I
doctor's treatment, but my wife urged
me to use Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, which completely cured
me." Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, La
Grippe, Pneumonia, Asthma, Hay Fev
er and all maladies ot Chest, Throat and
Lungs are positively cured by this mar
velous medicine. 60c and f 1.00. Every
bottle guaranteed. Trial bottles free at
Condon Drug Co.'s.
Subscribe for the Globe.
M. JORDAN PRIVATE DISEASES
Taaaw aaoa an! aal4la '
!" are .uff.rtnf ,
from the effect el youthful tnHiZ
ereueee er ezuHe In mun...
rroiiiandekrelcml ibillt, im. i
i hu to ar..Wki."si.-:.5; xwr. '
Immediate rellel, but permanent
' BiirMlee, bet te well knswa to be a i.f. i
inr StMj" "ereofhly eredleated from '
, V.I'r'T19' Fleeaaa aad rtetalef.br
1 1. Jordaa'i epeoUl pamlern metaoda .
BVIST If AH &nallntaBlllr.r.. I
) mr fern) estnfen of bbenmpUlnt. .
rmiaNwiiiMifiU
CUABOt$ fMItY MMAtlOWAVLJl.
Treatment Hn...llr or hw klur.
Write fn Rmv wnwaAivw aw '
I ?eBIAi:. iiriLo raaa. (aluaUei
, book iormea.) Caller writ I
OR JORDAN ft CO., lOSI HUrW tt,s. r.
Treasurer's Notice.
AH county warrants registered prior
to Jnly 1, 1899, will be paid npon pre
sentation at my office. Interest ceases
after January 6, 1901.
F. II. gTKPKKNSON.
Treasnrer of Gilliam county, Oregon.
uaieo at conuon, ure., Jan. 7, lUUI.
Your Patronage
Is Sollolted.
Treasurer's Notice.
All city warrants registered prior to
Jnne 26, 1900, will be paid on presents
tion at mv office. Interest ceases after
Dec. 4, 1900. P. II. Stephehsom.
City Treasurer, Condon.
J3R trQVXXXTTKf
PHYSICIAN AND SURQEON.
Offitt Main Street Condon, Oregon.
J F. WOOD, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURQEON.
Will be fonod (or the present at Dr. Gillette's
ofllce, Main street' ,
. K. J, PALMER,
Practical Blacksmith
and Horse-shoer.
Satisfaction Assured.
Give me a Trial.
GO AND SEE
AL. HENSI.AW.
Who keeps a fine line of Stoves, RangeB, Linolenm, Bedding,
Springs, Valises, Hardwawe, Gloves, Cutlery, Flower Pots,
Jar Rubbers Etc..
PORTWOOD'S
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE.
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO DRUMMERS' TRADE.
FIRST-CLASS RIGS AND CAREFUL DRIVERS.
J. J. PORTWOOD, Proprietor.
Condon, Or. Corner Spring and Church sts.
AttheOId Clark Stand MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
Condon. Oregon. !
DE.T.
L. NICKUN
DENTIST
Office over P. H. Stephenson's ttore.
CONDON OREGON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS, .
In (he County Court ol th State of Oregon.
lor (iuuam county.
In the matter of the Estate AaKuatBeekamn
acceanoa.
Notice H hereby given by tbeB-ndenigned, d-
mlniitrator of the entate of Augnst Seekamp, de
ceaaed, to tbe eredltori of, and all person, having
claim, agalnat, the mid deceased, to prevent
tnem mm the proper voucher,, wlthlq tlx
month, of the date of thl, notice, to tbe Mid
administrator, at the offlca of his attorney Sam.
van vactor, the same being tbe place for tbe
transaction of the business of said estate. In Con
don, Gilliam County, Oregon,
Robert Bkbramp.
Administrator of the estate of August Seekamp,
aeceasea.
Dated thl, 13 day of December, 1900.
STOCK
SADDLES.
Any Style You Want.
Plain or Flower Stamped.
AH Strong Built and First-clas
as to Stock and Workmanship.
I'm after the Trade and I'm get
ting it Because Honest Work
and Fair Prices Cut Ice ia Condon
I mate and sell everything In the Harness and Saddle
line including Chaps, Spurs, Bridles, Halters, Horso Cov
ers, Feed Bags Etc. Call and see me.
T01DI L P0RTW00
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Notice Is herebr Oven In th tmhai a h I
enuiuj 01 Jiime niium, deceased, that the under
signed has been duly appointed administrator of
the estate of said decedent. All nnr.nn. hnvlnir
vinuu. nisaiMni, bhiu cnittKT snouiu present tne I
samo to me at my residence near Mityville, Ore-
. xJ.V.l I ..... I . . 1 . . . . I
"ii, nibuiii kia jiuMiius rroia tne uaia ox lot I
rni puiuivauun 01 mis notice.
Mayvillc, Otcrou. C. J. Ocikn"..
oyeraDeriK, 11)00. AdministrHtorof the
vsiaie ot Jumcs Mxon, dec.
PAPERING AHD PAINTING.
FoIUioeof latest Wall Paper.
Estimates 011 work and material
famished 00 abort notice.
Call and see toy sample.
W. A. DARLING.
H. W. HARTMAN.
Carpenter and Builder.
Scroll UorK a Specialty.'
Plans and Estimates Furnished
Cotidon : : Oregon.