Condon globe. (Condon, Gilliam Co., Or.) 189?-1919, June 27, 1901, Image 2

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    Tl nO!!Ofl!I HLOHE,
THURSDAY. JUNE 27. l0.
"it.n l ilihnmlitjr. We ' to make
t,.t twpprthp now. j!lino h
tirttiilv rni.l lt!Vu?Mir lrtrnl to aartat TO ty
wtntiiur hi. e iH-' of ho!f nwrw re x
ititrh)irlinrklH. t'orr'rrnrtrMiro mtwl he
firiii-d l.t writ, k iwiiiwrtlv fnr pwk
iii'ttiii,'tii aa an vliliMt lh, and
IN? nil tor naxnw tir rwponatlitHty toropitr
.im xtranawt t Twrmfmnlpno. ' -"
HfiVG RULE ROBBERY.
The Or rgonian offers th follow
ing comment on recent on tragen by
the Qiay political ring in 1'hila
delphia: Tta Tet rinj thst New, York
City repu lists! nl rninl In' lHsl U
recslM r Ihe umt ntt-nt fwitrin,,"(
tli Quay ring in 1'hiUilwi pin. Ti
(iiyrint nnil b (It lirnh llir
lVnimlvni LisUlnre chantring thr
etistin hw hmt granting ( frstt
eliise for street railway. Tn Governor
signed them at iuitnigit Nest morn
ing the parties to tl pht ecurel
charters from the Smrtary f Xut 1
Inre his office wa open l the general
public and before outMu-r had any
chance to put in spplitmunt. The
Philadelphia Council met In special
session and adoptei fourteen ordinan
ces g'antitig rights, of way as a free gift
to railroads nrxm, omler and over the
principal strtfets of the city, whether
B )w occnpieLornot., On the day that
these ordinances came before Mayor
Ashbridge for his , ipnature,-John
Wanatimker sent a written proposition
to the Mayor offering to pay the city
$2,503,030 fiMr these franchises that were
jiivren away. The Mayor, when the
letter was handed to him, threw it at
the messenger's head. A duplicate of
this proposition sent to ; the Mayor's
house was avoided by the Mayor's
failure to go home that evening. The
Mayor affixed his signature to the bill
without giving any opportunity for a
public hearing and without opening a
letter which offered the city 2.500,0J0
for rights which be has given away for
DOthing.
"In any city of decent spirit and in
telligence.' Mayor Aahbridge would be
impeached and expelled from office; in
any city of decent spirit the situation,
if not speedily righWd, would lead np to
revolution."
Such words have the right ring.
It ia a ' shame to our vaunted
civilization and intelligence that
such things are allowed to contin
ue and that the career of such
corrupt political combinations as
the Quay machine are not . wiped
frorn the earth." But the people of
Philadelphia' are not alone in this
disgrace. The same condition will
be found inr every state, in - every
county, almost in every precinct
in the country. Were Matt Quay
to De nominated for the presidency
in 1904 be could depend on 73. or
perhaps 90 per cent of his party
vote right here in Oregon. .. It is
this blind partisanship which is
hurrying American institutions to
disaster. It is the idea that we
must vote for Judas Iscariot, the
davil or a yellow dig, if he is on our
ticket, that makes the much brag
ged about "American voting king"
look like 30 cents. Arid it is the
result of his fool acts in"votin her
straight" that is breediug anarch
ists and other awful things all over
the country. : - '; '
GO VERNMENT O WNERSIIIP.
The Denver Times is authority
for the following statement;
" A gigantic scheme is under
way to transfer the railroads of the
United States to the Government.
A Western financier who returned
today from New York, where he
investigated the rumors afloat in
financial circles, asserts that the re
port of pending Government owner
ship is general. He declared that
in a few years the Rockefeller
Ilarriinan, Vanderbilt, Gould and
Morgan interests would turn over
to the Government every line of
railroad in the country?-the Go.v-1
ernmentto pay the total value of
about $10,000,000,000, a string of
banks to be controlled by the same
interests to finance the deal."
Mr. Schwab, president of the
Steel Trust, has ordered for him
self the finest private car that can
be built by the Pullman Company.
Read It In His Newspaper..
George Schanh, a well known German
citizen of New Lebanon, Ohio, is a
constant reader of the Dtyton Vlkz 'it
nnij. il knows that this paper aims
to advertise only the beet in its coin in
and when he eaw Chamberlain's Pain
IUIiii advertised therein for lame back.
be did n't hecitiite in b iying a bottle
of it for hi wife, who for eight week
bad suffered 'with the moat terrible
pinV in tier hack and could get n
r di.f, li ay: "After mint the Pain
I' ll m for a few day my wife said to me
't feel a th nj;h b irn anew,' and lwf.re
d-iiniitlie entire contents of the bottle
the noVarab'e piim hud entirely van
i-!ied in 1 she cujU aaain tnke up her
li .nehold duties," II ' is very thankful
hm.I bines that all Mnff -ring likewise
w llh'.ir il her wonderful recovery
1 lis vain Mo liuiuu u: it furaa'e In the
lrjJtbn I'liUim-cy. " ,
The walls and Hoots will conmsf
mrgrly of vr.ys, the ebwrvafiw
room Willi be made entirely of platt
glass. The cost of thj car would'
suffice to build1 at least half adonen
rxtremly comfortaW honws. Mr.
Schwab has publicly declared that
hedges not believe in labor unions
Mr. Schwab's profits and hisability
to build palace cars dopend on his
ability to get twl udt heaply
No wontor Mr.! Schwab des no",
believe hi labor unions. When la
bor unions and other common
rnm human enterprises shall have
ftccowplifdid their work, it'ill be
more difficult Ar one young gentle
man engaginl in a certain industry
to bnild him wlf a car of onyx and
plate glass, while other men irv the
same business make barely enough
to live on. San Francisco Examiner.
Big Wool Sale, t v;
A dispatch from Shaniko says: Alarge
nnmberof wool buyers came to Shaniko
last night to be in attendance at the
anction sale today of wools of the Bald
win heep & Land Company. Sealed
bids. were taken, and the entire clip of
870.000 pounds went to K. W. OHngham,
'representing Whitman, Farnsworth A
Thayer, of Boston, at cents per
ponnd. In addition to the Baldwin
Sheep & Land Company's wool a nnm
berof other clips, aggregating 4StO,000
pounds, wsr sold at -prices ranging
from 11' to 12 cents per pound.
The prices paid here to day beat the
record to date. About 15 of the partv
of buyers left here this evening on spe
cial trains for various points.
How to Avoid Trouble.
Now is the time to provide yourself
and family with a bottle ofChamberlain'a
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
It is almost certain to be needed before
the summer is over, and if procured
uw miy atve y.vi a trip to town
in the night or in your busiest season.
It is everywhere admitted to be the mosi
successful medicine in ose for bowel
complaints both forchilJreo aud adults.
No family can afford to be without it.
For sale by the Hudson Pharmacy.
Mrs P. U. Stephenson returned yes
tereay from a visit at her father's ranch
on Uav creek.
The pump at the city well which is
rnn by horse power, was out of commis
sion Tuesday for repairs.
M. J. Canty, formerly of Arlington,
where he was engaged in the harness
and saddle business, . who mysteriously
disappared from his borne at M onn
tain borne," Idaho, some time ago, was
found dead on the highway near Port
land a week or so ago. His death was
believed to be due to natural causes
brought about by dissipation. . .
Yon may as well eipect to run a
steam engine without water as to find an
active energetic man with a torpid liver
and yoo may know that his liver is
torpid when be does not relish his food
or feels dull and languid after eating,
often has headache and some times
dizziness. A few doss of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets will restore
his liver to its normal function, renew
his vitality improve his digestion and
make him feef like a new, man. Price
25 cents. Samples free at Hudson's
Pharmacy.
FOE SALE.
Good ranch, 160 acres, all fenced.
Young orchard, house, living water and
crop of wheat on ground. Uood chance
to homestead land adjoining "this place.
Enquire at this office.
Renew Your Subscriptions.
Subscriptions for all tbe leading news
papers and periodicals published in the
United States or any other country on
earth will be received at the Globz office.
Save postage, time and trouble by leav
ing the amount with as and we will
attend to the business for you. Cell
when in town and renew yonr subscrip
tions to von'r favorites forI901. tf
Reduced Rate3, '1
Are now in effect toBuffalo, New York.
Do you eipect to attend the- Pan-Ameri
can hp)ition7
If si d ntbtv yi'ir tickets until
yon have investigate 1 the service of the
Illinois Central R iilroa l.
Oar accommodations are the beat that !
can be had, oar trains are always on
time aud employes courteous and accom
modating
Through tourist cars ffr.jfl Pacific
Coast to Bv3tm vii B ifftlo.
If you will send fi fteen cents in stamps,
toallre.u given btl tv, wi will f -ward
yoi by return m iil on of ot- 31
x 4) in:h- will mtpi of thi fJiitei
States. Cuba and Porto Rico.
Any uiformatio'i regarding rates, ac
commodations, service, time, connections
stop-overs etc. will hi cheerfully given
by . ' . ..... ... '
, B. H. Thcmbuix,
Coiu'I Agt
142 Third Srreet Portland, Ore.
Purely Business.
BATns -Hotanii cold water, clean tow
els, only 25 cents at Condon hotel,
G. L. Neal, the well known anction-
eer, will give the strictest attention to
all business entrusted to his care. If
yon have property to sell consult hi in
- U NICKLIS,
DENTIST ' ,
0:noe In Uie Stcpbeimon Building, up .tairt.
CONDON, OHEODN.
MONUMENT.
Fred Wise pa4d. through' town
Swturday with a lnnl of ttrtepT belong
InjtoS. B.-Barker. ",t
Mrs. Uh Carter, formerly of Artlng
ton, but nr w ; resident ot this 4 place
has put hi a confectionery ' and fruit
store.
tiKt Lotta Wilson left lr Ueppnsr
?nndy where she will remain a few
days; from that place she- experts to
to lone tovistil her elstrs Mrs. .
A. Woolery an"t Mrs.T.iu Brlrely:""''
Mr. Jinv Ocbrarf, one f wir leadinit
merchants who h seriously ill and has
been1 at the St Vincent Imspital for
several months has been removed to a
privattt house where at last reports .lie
was siuking very fast.
Call at HiwVon'a Thermae am!
t v a freer " swmpT of
Chitmherlaln's ' Stonrach and Liver
Tablets. They are an elegant physic.
They also improve the appatite,
strengthen the digestion and regnlates
the liver and bowels. They are easy to
a a j. A a
taae ana pieasanr.ui enecu
AJAX."
Fred Adlartl sr. ia very4 sick again.
Wm. and Kitella Adlard visited I heir
parents here Sunday,
MiasLenna JFarrai; is.bere cooking for
her uncles 0 ar and Clift Maley while
they are putting op their big crop of
hay.. .:.-
Smith Bros, fit Esau, are np on their
bunch grass ranches this week cutting
their rye hay.
CilasOmeya Linn Co. boy and a
schoolmate of the Maley i Bros, is here
helping them with their bay harvest.
E-IJie Palmer went to Condon Satur
day. Charley Marvel came np from Rock
creek the first ot the week.
4S- " Topsy.
My little son had an attack of whoop
ping cough and was thrvatned with
pneamoal; but for Chamberlain's
Coogh Remedy we would of had a
serious time of it. It also saved him
from several severe attacks of croup.
II. J. Strickfaden, editor World-llerald,
Fair Haven, Wash. For iale by the
Hudson Pharmacy. .
LONE ROCK.
The sports about town are puttig their
race stork in training for the 4th.
Cold north west winds in tbe day time
and heavy frosts at nights are becoming
quite troublesome and very damaging to
grass and crops of all kinds.
The campmeeling over on Rock Creek
is in progress. Only a few campers
are on the grounds but quite a crowd
visited the meeting last Sunday.
- Prof.-. Patterson who ia teaching
school in Lost Valley has been consider
ably under the weather for the past
few weeks but keeps wagging about.
On Sunday night of the 16th some
parties visited D. Henry's sheep camp
which was located on the creek about 5
miles south ol town and fired half a
hundred shots into the band of sheep
killing about 10 head. The camp tender
moved tbe sheep out as soon as possi
ble. Stops ths Cough
and works off ths Cold.
Laxative Bromo-Qninine Tablet, cure a cold
in one dy. No Cure, no Pay. Price 25 cent
. Pullman Ordinary Sleepers1
The toorist travel between the East
and the Pacific Coast has reached enor
mous proportions in the last few years,
and calls for a special class of eqni pment.
To meet this demand the Pullman Co.
has issued from its shops what it tech
nically calls tlie'Tulltiinn Ordinary
Sleeper," These cars appear similar lo
the regular sleepers being built mi the
same plan, but not furnished with the
same elegance. They are equipped with
mattresses, blankets, sheets, pillows,
pillow-cases, towel?, combs, brushes,
ect. , requiring nothing of the kind to
be furnished by the passenger. : Each;
car has a etove for making tea and coffee
and doing "light housekeeping", and
each section can befitted with an adjust
able table. A uniformed porter accom
panies each car, his business being to
make np berths; keep the car clean, and
look after the wants and comforts of the
passengers. In each of the trains which
are dispatched daily from Portland by
the 6. K. & N. Co. is to be found one
of these "Pullman Ordinary Sleepers".
The car attached to the "Chicago-Port
land Special" goes through to Chicego
without change, and the one in the
"Atlantic Express'.' runs to Kansas City
without change. Passengers in this car
for Chicago change to a similar carat
Granger.
Much of the first class travel, is being
carried in these cars, the rates being
lower, and the service nearly . equal to
that in the palace sleepers.
For rates sml full inforiiiation, includ
ing folders' write to- ;'
A. L. Craig,
General Passenger Agent, O. K. & N. Co.
Portland, Oregon.
guaranteed o00
Sary pearly.
$len and women ol good add resit to represent
us. some, to travel appointing agents, other,
for local work looking after our Interest..
S900 Mlarr guaranteed yearly; extra eora
niiiwlon. and expcu.es, repaid advancement,
old entiiblUhed houte. Grand cbnnos for earn
est maii or woman to secure plennuit, perma-nent-pOMitinn,
liberal income and future. New,
brilliant line. Write at once, ,:t
STAFFORD :P2E3S, -
23 Church St., New Haven. Conn'.
OF- niTEREST-
eveoy tmnm n this
if
yen 1
' are
!0bitiQU
t0 .
Veep"
r thoroughly .
Iiook
rithead
before- .
? yet s
bny
. your .
'Pumnrer
.Cornet5- !
- We
bate i
n v.
nice
line
T of
aud
.-W. A B
? ' in'
J ftraiuM
front -
French
. waist,
infrrnd
on
'prices . ?
1 ami- v
-thei.;;.
place f
; to
jre
;V:..uuri
, real i
" ' value ;
every -dollar
you
invest
just .
read ',,!.
K' Cycle
Extra. Long.
. -.K i- )
. this
ad j
TjWft
'tt &
carefully f
rfAll Goods Marked in Plain FiKuress$ew
- LORD & CO.
Arlinoftons
v :
WOOL and GRAIN
Stored with us will recievathe careful attention of
experienced warehousemen.
BaBb.Wirt, Nsjs, Salt, Sugat,
ill Staffs always on
General Storage and Forwarding.
ARLINGTON WAREHOUSE CO.,
ARLINGTON, - OREGON.
Reopened,
"THE MODEL"
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Everything Up-to-Date.
M. E. SUMMERS, Proprietor.
v
J. R.
New Store at Alville.
We bavtfjnfet opened a Btock of goods at our new store at
Alville, in Ferry Canyon, comprising Groceries, Tobacco,
IIardwairertare, Notions, Confections et c. We invite a
share of your patronage and assure you of low prices and
fair treatment." '" -
AI & L. E. McConnell.
- -:.;v .f , .
'visit DR. JORDAN'S o-sat!
UUSEUU OF A!!AT0UY
lOSt MARKET ST.. MM FRANCISCO, CAL.
IMMn suuk u. Smaik.
Th.htrSMtAjtalomloal Ifaaeam
IsUiaWor'S.
On ft attraction tn Of City. A
vtondtrtul tiuhior Wwri.
WeakaoaMa.orafijreontrMt. k
) iiMu.,Miilf ir t.r. by m
th uldwt Bdk-UJ luton tti i'MUM
Mwuiiwfl m yaara, m
wa. suaoAfl rairait Histasta
Tr nr. anS I44I
Ma wba ra mfferlnc
Irom b effect, el routblal India
er.Uou. mr lit tnatu r.r
'yaars, Henrou. sn pbrrical ifcllly,ll. i
, aMBr. Im Man.biM4nlllt.cotnDli.
I cation.; .iMraalarrlMca. PrMiaur-
I mt Vrlnatlla.. !. ily coDiblu.Uon of t
remwltea, of fr.at ooratlr. power, the Doctor
I liaa to arranrad hi. traalm.nl that II arlil nol .
raa..irrkaa. rmararr
' only aT'trS Innnediat rrl" but permanent I
i cure, i a tuoior doe not eiajm to p.i lorni
1 mlraelaa. but tn well known to be a lair and I
. aqiiara Phralolan and Surf ronLfira-.mil) aol
I a hlawww-laltr ni.... me
miii, fit
ir.iai th
TrHII.m thol"roMf andleatM from i
I th .ratan without tha &aa ot Dfrrmrt
Trauaaa flttrd br aa Exsrl. Kaa1la)1
I Car for Ha)ttorw A qolck and rtvtUxil
Sir. for rila. riaanr and rialw,b
r. Jordan', naelal aalnUa. SMIboda, . '
ETIBT SSAH aoDlrln.too.wmraearra '
our rvmrn opinion or lincoinpiainr. .
' IK. will Ouarrmtes m XQHXllYM CUSM l
rTMiiM mtulennk. .
unnviiiatioa kukk ninnrwirTpnTan.
CHAKQE0 VXHY BSAHOSABLH.
Tnaunaut paraaaaMr er br Uiur.
WHta f.r Knk uriOPIIT SV
I R4BU1SK. Maii.r , (aVvaloabia
book lor man.) Call or wriia
OH JORDAN ft CO., 1051 Mark 81, S. r.
. Subscribe for the Gibk..
Only fl.50 a year
TO W!DEA7AI(E
ad will interest you.
We .
can
fill
V ny. ;
aiietl
rder
at
Once.
SowJiner
wash
goods
hi
prcat
pnfuton.
. - All
i the
things
. in .
Seotch
gitijrbains,
lawns,
dinMtiee,
orga-ndies
. rhallies,
India lineii,
India lawn,
r . English
... 'cloth, ....
naisook,
and
swiss.
.Hoisery
clean
and
stainless,
JO
12
15
ao
25
85
40
60
and
0
' cents
a
We
want
to- make
many new
customers
for our
store f"
and shall
by giving
them
the most
and best
at lowest
. price. ,
Bend
in your ;.
order
and tes''
our .
ability.
We are
sure to
make you
rejoice.
We know
that our
prices
qtrotetf '
can't be
beat for ;
etinal
qualities.
Oregon.
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL,
MONMOUTH, OREGON.
DKMAXDFORORADC ATES The dfin'.nd fur
graduates of lh Normal School, durlns lb part
year kaa been nurb oejond lh supply. I'oaiUuiM
llh from f to S75 ft mouth.
. STATU CERTIKICATES and PIHIMAS-Wa-dvnt.
ar prepare! lor th Stats Esamlnatlons
ui) rwKlily taka Slat paper, on (raduaUon.
Btronc Arademir and Prulratlonal eouras. Wf 11
equipped Tralnlnc Department. Kxpeu.es ranra
Irom 1120 lo (175 per year, fall term open. Sept 17.
For catalogue containing (nil aniiouneements ad
drea, P. U CAKrssu, or 3, B. V. Krruis,
frealdent. HeoreUry,
Lime, Cement, Flour, Feed and
hand in any quantities.
NEWMAN, Mixologst.
PAPERING AND PAINTING.
. Fall line of latest WalJ Taper.
Estimates on work and material
furnished on short notice.
Call and see my samples.
W A. DARLING.
QR. B. F. BUTLER,
RESIDENT DENTIST
ARUNOTON, . ' OREOOH.
Will be In Condon tbe last week In eachmontb
.commencing jHly 25th.
Crown Bridce. and Plats work a specialty.
' Teeth extracted without puln. All work guar
anteed. .
CJNDON OFFICE OVER
WILSON'S PHARMACY.
Not!o ff Final 8atttmsnt ,.
Notice 1s hereby given that the snderalgned
haa filed her final account of her proceeding, as
executrix of the e.tate of Enoch Wither., deceas
ed, with the Comity Court of Ollllam County,
Oregon, and that the Couit hat appointed
Monday, July 1, 1901,
at2o'lock In the afternoon, at the place of
holding County Court, at Condon, in said Coun
ty, as the time and place of hearing all objections
to the said final account, If any there be, and
lha final settlement thereof. All heira. creditors
or other pemon. Iiitcrated In aald e.tate having
any objection, to the .Hid final account a. riled
are hereby notified to file the name, .peclfying
the particular, of auch objoetlon. on or before
lie .Hid any ann nonr appuinuxi mr uio mq
final hearing and settlement of wild account.
Dated May a, W0t. MaUNDA Withkrs.
. . Executrix
PURCHASERS.
bead them que by one.
We have
prepared
ahead
for the
newest
and
have them.-
'Alert to the
wants of the
. trade,"
is our motto.
Extra fine
line of
ladies'
shirt waists'
belts,
Just revived:";
A complete
line of
Nubian
nearnilk, t
Instral,
handkerchiefs,
burnt
loatherpurses,
hair pins,
hatr
, ornaments
( etc.
.We have
only the ,
, " lHnt.
Ladies'
summer
vests,
percaline and
hkesattn.
dress
linings. .
All the.,,
newest
things in
trimmings,
, braids,
lace.
corset covers,
silk, . millings
muslin
underwear,
petticoats
etc
etc.
ARLINGTON SALOON,
C.W. WHITE & CO., PROP'S.
FINE WINES, MQU0R9 and CHOICE CIOAUa
BILLIARD and TOOL TABLES; , ,7
FIKST-CLABS GOODS OUR PTUDE.
FRESH, COOL MILWAUKEE KEG BEER os Dbaicht,
Main St., Condon, Oregon
5)e Qopdoi BarQ
CadQ OrS 0tel of tye gty.
MEALS SERVED AT AIX HOUR
pirst-Glass N . ClUry at leasoijable ratej.
yourJSSSSSl SPRINGSTON & ROGERS.
PORTWOOD'S
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE.
a,...... ...---.,m.....w-...mM,Wii... i.. ! ..li - v. V
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO DRUMMERS' TRADE.
FIRST-CLASS
J. J. PORTWOOD, Proprietor.
Condon, Or. Corner
FOR OUR CUSTOMERS
FINEST STEAKS AND
CHOICEST BEEF. ALL
INTERIOR WAREHOUSE CO.,
(BALFOUR GUTHRIE & CO, Managers.),
Highest Prices Paid for Grain.
General Warehouse Business Conducted.
Warehouses at ARLINGTON, BLALOCK, DOUGLAS and IONE.
THE DALLES HOSPITAL.
II
Addreea, DALLES HOSPITAL, P. O, Box 648, The Dalles, Oregon.
FINE PRINTING :&
at the GLOBE Printery.
aKsrrKR iij 'N 1 ' x
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Till! IHU.KS,
ORK'IO.M,
c. S, PALIJER,
rt!stfc Barber.
STetfTc Stxave
and Hair-cut
Razors honed amf ro-ground
COHDOH OnECOH,
IIUUULb J. PAUatlf,
a - 1 ' .
Blacksmith andlJ,,
"V Wagon maker.
lloraeliielu and I'low woreaHpsnUltyS
r!rr vtA n TTt-IQ 1
VJIIVC7IIIV7C m I imv
f-SATISFACTION ASSURED
Af thrt Old Clark Stnnd
fl SB -W 'W PS - - - t
Condon, Oregonr
Trstaaurar'a Notice.
Allcoithty .warrants registered prior
ta Nm. t, will b l'l vwn re
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