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    THE 'CGSOfllTCtOBL
THURSDAY. AUGUST 2, IPCI.-
NOTKK.
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A MI-CASTE EX LA II .
From all the testimony which
l.iia been adduced by army ollieers
a..d men in the rankswho should
know what they are talking about
the law abolishing the army can
teen seems to be a failure as a tem-
j.erance.neasure. yUnnlrankenm
is t-aid to prevail among the men
than before and low sal ens on the
outskirts of army posts have mnl-
tiplied rapidly and are nourishing
j;Ke me proveruiai green nay iree.
The law seems to have been pass
ed as a sop to the Women's Chris-
t ia n, Temperance Union, and other
temperance organizations, because
the congressmen know that these
jefvple have considerable political
influence and that isa!l theaverage!
politician eeds to know or think
he knows -to determine his coure
hi matters of non-partizan legisla
tion. Like all other attempts to
make men good by statute the anti
canteen law is a failure. In the
canteen only beer and light wines
were kept and the profits went into
the mess fund to furnish extras
for the soldier's table- In the out
ride saloons any old thing in the
way of rot gut and tangle-foot is
sold and the profits so far as the
soldier is concerned goes glimmer
ing. Very few Congressmen and
Senators w ho voted for bill would
for a moment consider the proposi
tion of voting to abolish the high
toned bar in the Capital where they
procure their liquid refreshments
w hen Congress is in session but
that is different 3'ou know, Mr.
Congressman must have his toddy
close at hand to brace him up for
his trying work as- a national law
maker, while the soldier but d n
the soldier, the national defender
take his beer away, reduce the deli
cacies of his table, turn him over to
the outside publicist to be drugged
and robbed anything to help give
Mr. Congressman a better political
pull. And we all pat him on the
back and shout for him and vote
for him if we belong to the same
party that owns him.
It is announced that Portland is
to have it new daily newspaper and
that it will be backed by V. R.
Hearst the millionaire newspaper
owner. The new , paper will be
known as the Journal and will be
Democratic in politics. The plant
will be the most extensive and
modern in the Northwest and will
excel, in some respects, that of the
San Francisco Examiner. The
same nevv3 service used by the oth
er Hearst papers will be used by
the new paper. ,
'"Everv editor makes enemies,"
remarks the Milton Eagle. "A
little sq iibaiaud at no one iti par
ticular, will bit some hollow-headed
individual, and he at once declares
himself "agin" the paper. . The
paper may have given him many
complimentary notices, but the im
aginary thrust puts bim on his
dignity, and he at once establishes
h'inself as a criUc, but he hasn't
enough nerve to go to the editor
with his supposed grievance. Just
Jiotico and you will see that the men
who are "agin" their home paper
are, as a rule, men who would not be
missed if they would leave thecom-
munity forever. On every question
of local interest the home paper
stands ready to make a fight for
tho best interest of the greatest
number of eitizeus at its back.
A YOUNG LADY'S LIFE SAVED
At Panama, Colombia, by Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy.
Dr. Clins. II. Utter, a prominent phy
sician, of Panama, Colombia, in a recent
letter stales: "Last March I had as a
patient a youns: lady 16 years of age who
had a very bad attack of dysentery.
Jlverythinif I prescribed for her proved
ineffectual and she was growing worse
every hour. Her parents were sure she
would "die. She had become so weak
that she could nut turn over in bed.
What to do at this critical moment was
fl Stud v for me. hut I thorn hi. of Cham.
lu,ri''u r.a.. r'ht.JM r.;uk
, . , V . . ' ,
hemeriv anil rh u hi,t ruunrl. rruuiri hoil
. . ... . 1 . !"
H. Ihe most wonderful result was effect
H. Within eight hours she was feeling
much better ; inside 'of three days she
as upon her feel and at the end of one
week f entirely well."
Fort-ale by Hudson Pharmacv.
Zb,-:tlb'j for the &1ob.
BATTLE OF LABOR;
EMPLOYERS VIEW.
IHirilan.l Tol-Trwm.
The capitalists' tide of the con
tention may be more briefly stated
than the workingmen's 6tIe, be
cause the presentation of the work
iv.men!8 contention and alleged;
grievances- necessarily included to
pome extent exhibition of the em-
plovers' xsitiin And claims. Mr,
Morgan. like Mr. Shaffer, is typical.
! What o!vo!i sny8 is representative
' ono of M.mom of nun. lhe otherof
; ...j of mm representing and
expK)i,jn(, j,illio8 of monev. Each
; fnthXv tu R fair hearing. Mr.
.Morgan ays less tnansnaueraoes,
but means culte as much. Forex-
ehftflvr finHnv. in his rreal
1 ' v C
strait, realizing the burden upon
him as a representative of organis-
" ed labor, telegraphed Mr. Morgan
j ,hal the Amalgamated Association
would arbitrate all matters in con
troversy, each side choosing a man
and those two, if they could not'
agree, a third, and by the decision
of a majority of two out of three of I
. .
must; uirii mi uJAbirin in vuiuivci-
...
sy snouia aecaei, ami uie aui- (rejg!llf tw ..i improper proposals to
algamated Association would abide! her which she indignantly rejected. He
by that decision. Mr. Shaffer spoke 'dismounted, and she locked the door in
with authority. His message re-j his face- H Uwn pasted -hard on the
, i , , ' frail door of the little frame house, while
quired some oO words. Morgans . a ... ' ,
1 c. . ; the wotium sat on the fl.wr with her feet
in reply required only six: "This is j ,,r8m, agahlgt it I(1 (le of hl?r tffiirt8(
no time to arbitrate," It is hard j Deiore succeetled in bursting open the
to argue that this message is entir-1 door and forcing an entranins. He then
ly sincere, for it is manifest that
what Mr. Morgan really meant,!
and what a great many employer's
and prominent business men be
lieve, is: "There is no time to arbi
trate; there is nothing to arbitrate."
This very nearly sums up the
situation from the employers' point
of view. They say iu effect and in
action :
"We have a right to employ labor
on the best terms we can make; on
the terms that labor, to live, must
take. We have a right to the un
influenced benefit of the law ofj65 miles from the scene of his crime
supplv and demand. Labor is a whens u is supposed he is hiding. It is
j-. y' 3 . ii- i I a thinly settled, mountainous country
commodity. We need it. Webuyj ' , , ... tl
nvor thfim ami if mat- Ita iimiilr tt
that commodity as cheaply as we
can. We need skilled, intelligent
workmen and therefore it is to our
interest to pay fair wages, what we
and the world consider good wages;
but when we do that our duty to
labor is fully done. As to our
profits that is none of labor's busi
ness nor the public's business. We
have a right to the reward of skill,
brains, education, thrift, foresight
and risks run. All men are not
created equal. All history denies
ihnt m'llir nrnnncitinn Tn Jnnmro
y i r a
into our private business is undem
ocratic, illegal. To say that we
shall pay more than the market
price for labor would'be confiscation
of our wealth and it is unconstitu
tional. We oppose labor unions
because their tendency is to become
overbearing, to demand more and
more. If they are recognized, en
couraged, tolerated, legalized, they
will take first a little,- then more,
after awhile half, later two-thirds,
finally all our profits, and leave us
bankrupt. Labor organized is arbi
trary and unreasonable. Its success
means defeat and destruction for
us, and therefore we fight the union
as represented by Mr. Shaffer. We
do so in self preservation and that
is the first law of nature."
Stops the Cough
and works off the Cold.
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold
in one day, No Cure, uo Pay. Price 25 cents
LONE ROCK.
Cool, pleasant weather.
Mrs Pearl Robinson has been appoint
post master here and the office has been
moved hack to the same building where
J. B. Goff kept it 10 years ago.
Work on the new school house is pro
gressing nicely with Mr. Itanes as boss
carpenter;
It. G. Robinson, Geo. Perry and Xat
Scott made a trip to The Dalles last
week on land business.
A cavalry-horse buyer was in town the
first of the week.
Prof. Patterson is on the sick list.
Joe Robinson has been seriously ill for
several days.
Henry Heidtman, of Fossil, went
through to Heppuer Monday with 200
steers for an' Eastern buyer.
A small fire occurred in lowu Monday
destroying a barn and further demon
strating the danger of children playing
with matches.
A Cure for Cholera Infantum.
,'Last May," says Mrs. Curtis Baker,
of Bookwalter, O'.Vio. " an infant child
of our neighbor' was suffering from
cholera infantum. The doctor had given
"P a" I'Opo 'f recovery. I took a bottle
...
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy to the house, telling
, mom icneure n wouiuuo good II used ;
j according to directions. In two davs' !
,.... T r..l. : ui ...
time the child had fully recovered, and
is now ('nearly avearsiuce) a vigorous,
I healthy girl. 1 have recommended this j
.Remedy frequently and have never
known it to fail in any tingle im tuice."
for sale by Hudson Pharmacy.
Obituary.
At 11.30 p. m. Taw-lav, August 27,
the angel of death cuttr?d the tmme I
of Mr. ami Mrs.. Henry. CuenUet ami
took trom thrm their infant an, Archie
Rurgei, gd 8 months and 26 days.
The little one had Wen ill for about
four weeks with throat trouble, an ab
j teess finally forming which canned ita
death. The orrowmg parent will have
ihe sympatey of all friends in their
affliction.
The funeral services were conducted ly
1 E'r A. II. Moore in the L. l. 8. church
at 3 p. m. yesterday, iuiurmcni in
Mount Moriah cemetery.
What most people want is something
mild and grntl when in need of a phys
ic. I'liamiH'riam s Momacn ami Liver
jXK,lle fiu Uie biU t ,joi. They are
easy to take and
pleasant iu effect.
For sale by Hudson Pharmacy.
Foul Crime In Wheeler County.
Jio fouler crime ever perpetrated
in Kastern tregnn than that
committed by Utiu lVlore at the
im iiin of Ut-idt creek, Wneeler
county, last Sunday evening. August 18,
at dusk. IVhue, who is part Indian, and
whose home is near the head of Beaver
c,w' in Crn,,k ro,le t,",4 m,in
loth home of Mrs. Samual Unsworth,
k , , . . . . .
i whose husband was absent haniing
8eixed Mr8- Uusworth, and after a long
! Dtrrlirotu alaneral 1 u ait jl nil tiK a. I
his purpose. Her two little boys, aged
6 an I 3 years, desperately fought the hu
man tie ml who was assaulting their
mottTert with all their tiny strength,
and he brutaly beat them off. He stay
ed several hour;, drinking heavily, and
then rode to the McAllister ranch, a few
miles np the river, where be had been
employed for several weekea breaking
horses. There he was seen, in bed
drnnk, Monday morning, by Henry
Heidtman and Nat Shown, who were
buying cattle and had not then heard of
the crime. Deiore arose and soon after
left for his home on Beaver creek, about
capture Dciure bnt Sheriff Keetou, who
u out after him with a posse of men, is
confident that he wil get him. Deputy
Constabfe G. W. Stone and Herbert
Puitt of Mitchell were out after Deiore a
few days, but lost his trail and returned.
Sheriff Congleton of Crook county was
telephoned to, and is doing his best
to aid in D lore's capture. Deiore is
about 40 years of age, and it is said
looks very much like a full-blood Indian.
The woman is heartbroken, and every
since the ocenrrene moans and bewails
her fate, tier husband, who was at
Summit Prairie, was notified and has-
tened home Monday fveiiiug. When
about ten miles from home, he met
rk..l,.. .. .i k:.
ltciuic troinpiug, nun itriugiiiAi'u mil, aa
the brute who had assaulted his wife.
An altercation ensued, and as Unsworth
advanced on him, Deiore leveled his
gun. Unsworth, being unarmed, was
powerless, and went on home to ascer
tain the condition of his family, while
Deiore sped toward the Beaver creek,
hills.
Feeling all over the county is intense
against Deiore, and should others secure
him before the sheriff summary justice
may be handed out to him, as the air
is full of deplorable talk of burning or
hanging the vile w retch. SheriffKeeton
is determned to capture him, and bring
him in alive if possible. FopsII Journal
The Gl'-be learns from V. E. Officer,
of this place, who knows Deiore well,
that this is the second crime of this
kind which he has been guilty of in the
past two years. His other victim was
a German woman in Crook county, who
he lassoed near her home, overpowered
and outraged, lie is certainly deserving
of death, the speedier the better.
. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy has a world wide
reputation for its cures. It never fails
and is pleasant and safe to take.
For sale by Hudson Pharmacy.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Brnmo Quinine Tablets. All
druggixtit refund the money If it fails to cure
E. W. (jrovt'B signature is on each box. 25c
School Clerk's Notice.
All school warrants issued by School
District' No. 9 , which were registered
prior to March 30, 1900, will be paid up
on presentation at this office. Interest
ceases after this date.
August 5, 1901. I'. II. Stephenson,
School Clerk.
Strayed
From my place Northeast of Condon,
a boar pig about 1 year old. No ear
marks. Please notify the undersigned
who will pay all costs and damages.
D. S. Brown,
Condon, Oregon.
Qtjarai)teed fo00
Salary yearly.
Men and women of good aildre.su to rcprem'tit
,.u r.n.i Ia Iviii.al aniiAlnfliiii ..ry.it-itti .Oifiu
(or local work looking after our interente.
$900 salary 'guaranteed yearly; extra com-
-u... w ........ -,.,..,....,
missions and expenses, repaid advancement,
old established bouse. Grand chance for earn
est man or woman to secure jilcasant, pcrnia-
nent position, literal income and future. New,
brilliant linos. Write at once. .
STAFFORD PRESS,
23 Church St., New Haven, Conn.
OF INTEREST
i i hi i' "i f i in r-vniiBi
EVERY COLUMN IN THIS
if
you
are
ambitious
to
keep
thoroughly
informed
on
prices
and
the
place
to ,
K'i
more
real
value
for
every
dollar
you
invest
just
read
t1is
ad j
over '
carefully
Look",
ahead
befor
you
buy
your
Summer
Corset.
We
have
a
nice
line
of
U. A T.
and
W. & II.
in
straight
front,
French
waist,
Cycle
and
Extra Long.
-All Goods Marked in Plain Figures
IvORD & CO.
Arlington,
WOOL and GftAIN
Stored with us will receive the careful attention of
experienced warehousemen.
Barb Wire, Nails, Salt, Sugar, Lime, Cement, Flour, Feed and
Mill Stuffs always on hand in any quantities.
General Storage
ARLINGTON WAREHOUSE CO.,
KERR C1FFOR & CO., Proprietors. D. B. THOMAS, Manager.
ARLINGTON,
- Branch Houses at
Reopened
"THE MODEL"
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Every th i ng U p-to-Date.
M. E. SUMMERS, Proprietor.
J. R.
New Store at Alville.
We havejust opened a stock of goods at our new store at
Alville. in Ferry Canyon, comprising Groceries, Tobacco,
Hardware, Tinware, Notions, Confections etc. We invite a
6hare of your patronage and assure you of low prices and
fair treatment
Al & L. E. McConnell.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers
The tourist 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 equipment.
To meet this demand the Pullman Co.
has issued from its shops what it tech
nically calls the'Tullman Ordinary
Sleeper," These cars appear similar to
the regular sleepers being bnilt on the
same plan, but not furnished with the
same elegance. They are equipped with
mattresses, blankets, sheets, pillows,
pillow-cases, towels, combs, brushes,
ect. , requiring nothing of the kind to
be furnished by the passenger. Each
car has a stove for making tea and coffee
and doing "light housekeeping", and
each section can befitted with an adjust
able table. A'nniformed 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 O. 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 slpepers.
ferrates snd inn miormauon, includ
ing folders' write to
A. Ij. Ur.uo,
General Passenger Agent, O. It. AN. Co.
roriianu, uregon.
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in.,. ii in. .hi.iii.ii.1.11 i IT in - i , , ,
AD WILL INTEREST YOU.
V
t?an"
fill
any .
pitted
order
at
once.
Summer
wash
goods
in
great
profusion.
All
the
things
in
Scotch
ginghams,
lawns,
dimities,
organdies
shallies,
India linen,
India lawn,
English
long
cloth,
naisook,
and
swiss.
lloisery
clean
fand
tiainless,
$
20
23
35
40
50
and
GO
cents
a
pair,
We
want
to make
many new
customers
for our
Btore
and shall
by giving
them
the most
and best
at lowest
price.
Send
in your
order
and test
our
ability.
We are
sure to
make you
rejoice.
We know
that our
prices
quoted
can't be
beat for
equal
qualities.
and Forwarding.
- OREGON.
Blalock and Quinn's.
NEWMAN, Mixologist.
Reduced Rates,
Are now in effect toBiifTalo, New York.
Do you expect to attend the Pan-American
Exposition?
If so do not bny your tickets until
you have investigated the service of the
Illinois Central Railroad.
Our accommodations are the best that
can be had, our trains are always on
time and employes conrteous and accom
modating
Through tourist cars from Pacific
Coast to Boston via Buffalo.
If yon will send fifteen cents In stamps,
to address given balow, we will for
ward you by return m ii" one of our 31
x 40 inch wall mips of the United
States. Cuba and Porto Rico.
Any information regarding rates, ac
commodations, service, time, connections
stop-overs etc. will be cheerfully given
B. II. THUMninx,
Coni'J Agt
142 Third Srreet Portland, Ore.
Notice.
Notice is hereby given that I will re
ceive bids, at my office in Condon, Gil
liam County, Oregon, on Saturday, the
31st. day of August, A.I). 1901, for the
sale of Eight Hundred Dollars ($800.00)
worth of 10-20 6 per cent, school house
bonds on School District No. ll.Gittiam
County, Oregon.
Augusts, 1901. P. II. Stephknson,
County Treasurer.
Reward.
I will pay a liberal reward for the re
turn of a dark bay or brown team, mare
and gelding, which I lost near the head
of Thirtymile July 11th. Weight
about 1200 lbs. each. Well broken
Brand 9 H-P connected on loft Pt.iflo.
J, (. fvfKVENfcON
Condon, Oregon,
PURCHASERS,
i - in in - -,, ' '
READ THEM ONE BY OW.
We have .
prepared
ahead
for the
ievet
and
have them.
"Alert to the'
wants of the
trade,"
is our motto.
Extra flue
line of
ladies'
shirt waists'
belts,
Just received
A complete
line of
Nubian
nearBtlk,
luatral,
handkerchiefs,
burnt
leatherpursos,
hair pins,
hair
ornaments
ete.
We have
only the
bent.
Ladies'
summer
vesls,
percaliue and
likettatin
dress
linings.
All the
newest
things in
trimmings,
braids,
lace.
icorset (foiters.
silk, ru filings
muclin
underwear,
petticoats
etc.
ete.
Oregon.
ARLINGTON SALOON,
C. W. WHITE & CO, PROP'S.
.. i
FINE WINES, LIQUORS and CHOICE CIGARS.
BILLIARD and POOL TABLES.
FIRST-CLASS GOODS OUR PRIDE.
FRESH, COOL MILWAUKEE KEG BEER on Draught.
Main St, Condon, Oregon
5L?e Qopdoi? Ban)
cadir ' Jforeq Jfotel oti?e qty,
MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS
first-Glass
Your Patronage
Is Solicited.
Livery Stable and
Feed Corral.
ALBERT DAMS, Proprietor.
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO DRUMMERS' TRADE.
FIRST-CLASS RIGS AND CAREFUL DRIVERS.
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 I0NE.
Renew Your Subscriptions.
Subscriptions for all the leading news
papers and periodicals published in the
United States or any other country on
earth will be received at the Globe office.
Save postage, time and trouble by leav
ing the amount with us and we will
attend to the business for yon. Call
when in town and renew yonr subscrip
tions to vour favorites for 1901. tf
9 ffljnww
rbl. signature Is on every box of the genuine
Laxative Bromo-Quiriin Tablet.
the remedy that curve a coM Im 1 1 fl J V
Seven Days at Carnival.
All the transportation lines in the
Northwest are arranging to give specially
low rates to and from the Portland Car
val, which runs from Sept. 18 to Oct. 19,
ami the exenrsion tickets will be good for
7 days, this in the longest limit ever giv
en on such ticket, and will give people
ample time to see all the fliehts connect
ed with the greatexpoaition. With two
lull military bands, a military tourna
ment, a horse show, athletic sports, ex
hibits of mining, agriculture, horticul
ture and manufacturing, a full midway,
fireworks and an array of amusement at
tractions, the Carnival will be one of the
greatpnteventi of the npnsnn, nnd the
luliiiisninn foe will bo only 25rrml10
conts for children.
- - . - t ' tm
PurotY Buarnea?.
6Tinv)fotntl eoki wa&r, tkaa in
It, only S3 ctuYii'si Condon faotrh
0'. I Neal, the wsll, known auction
er, will gUt tht strlc'reW stttntlon to,'
all buil nets' entrusted to his rare, , If
you have property to sell coniuit him.'
j, r, oi'uYtrs, m. t. 4, r. WOOD, M, ft.'
GULLEftTE A WOOD
PHYSKJUNS AND SURQEONs!
buy tint niRht riUi frompOy mrHj
Oftlcs Msin ttrwt miaVspklur.
CONDOM, . . ORR,
yj EN Km A WILSON
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
TtlF. DAt.t.M,
OREO
Ce S. PALMER,
irtlstis Barber.
Sleek Shaves
and Hair-cuts
Rarors honed and r-ground
condon ' c:ic:;l
Treasurer's Notice.
All county wsrrants registered prior
to Jn. 1, 1000, will be paid upon prt
ttmutlon at nf oflk. Interest mum
sfter Aoguit 5, 1001. '
T, II. SmutNsott,
Treasurer of Gilliam county, Oregon.
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SPRINGSTON & ROGERS'.
Spring and Church sts.
ROASTS CUT FROM
COOD THINCS AT
JOHN JACKSON'S
O. S. EBI,
PROPRIETOR OF
SODA and BOTTLING UORKS
hftntifacturerof Soda, Orango snd
Champagne Cider, Sarenparllla and
Iron and all other Soft and Carbonated I
Drinks. Condon trade is respect
fully solicited. Orders promptly filled ;
Arlington, Ore.
QR. B. P. BUTLER,
RESIDENT DENTIST
AKLINOTON, OREQON.
tl'MI ft.- I., n t . i.
ill ihi in mi inn inn i ii hi vnnv i n nsnn m nn wm
commencing July 25th.
Crown IlrldKo and I'lato work a specialty
Tcotb extracted without pain. All work guar
anteed. CONDON OFFICE OVER
WILSON'S niARMACY.
PAPERING AND PAINTIHG.
Full line of IntnHt Wall Paper. '
F.Rtimntoaon work snd material
fiirnialip l on abort notico.
Call and see my samples.
W. A. DARLING.