Condon globe. (Condon, Gilliam Co., Or.) 189?-1919, October 30, 1902, Image 2

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    THE; COM
THURSDAY. OCT03ER 30. 1SC2.
ALMOST OUT OF DEBT.
According to tho ponti nnimsl
KtitouiiMit, pull:.H)u d in thisifsoe,
tjilliiini county lias aim .t i-nouh
in sight to p;v oil" all her outstand
ing iunVbt educes. The report
fhovvs tb outstanding -warrants
with estimated in tcrvst themtn to
be $o2,34lU7. The county's assets
as shown by the report arc: In
hands of County treasurer 'io.Ool
.20; unpaid current taxe $T,-fo"2.N
total 31,394.00. If thse amount
were applied to the redemption of
outstanding warrants it would
leave the county Jrht only ll.loo.17
- Glerk Portwood informs us that
fn making up the estimate of un
paid current taxes he did not take
into Recount any taxes except the
190t roll altlKninh there are un-
SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT
Of Gilliam County for th six months ndlnsr Septmbr SO. 1902.
SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT 7
Of the County Clerk of (iHIiara County, State of Oregon-, shewing the amount
ml number of claim allowed by the county eonrtof said county, for what allowed,
nn
'2.
1
amount of warrants drawn, and amount of warrants outstanding and unpaid, from
tii 1st tiy r Aptu, I'.K'-. to me sotn aav oi N'piemwr, 11102, win inclusive:
Amount oi ; A mount of
ON WlfVT ACCOVST AMLOWKD I "Uim I wnmuitt
allowwl. I drawn.
paiii taxes pnor to tnai year
amounting to about $3,0001 While
no doubt, a large amount of these
tt taxes are now uncoliectable on
account of the lapse of time, still it
would appear that from that
amount enough might be gathered
in to make up the $1,153.17 bal
ance. To a casual observer it
would appear to be a not very diffi
cult matter just now to call in all
the outstanding warrants and put
grand Id Gilliam county on a
itrictly cash basis.
K-!M.N and Bridges. 02
Uvnptr ..' SOS 82
Cuatinal Circuit Court 977 40
" J auk " .... t 19 SK)
Stationery..'. S'i 25
Onri House and Jail....'.'. .. 488 40
CUik. 999 97
Siir ff m 9?
IVilur:..: 60 60
School Supt 817 24
jttdw . 251 49
Couinuaker ... .' SI 00
Jury . 218 70
Treasurer 199 93
Fuel 84 SI
Assessor - v 533 60
Election .........: .'. 444 2
Dist. Attorney. . : 40 00
Stock Inspector .... . . .. 99 99
"Scalp Bounty . 4Wi w."'."". ." .......... 1T2 00
Rebates on Tales... 147 S5
Stepped Into Live Coats.
"When a child I burned my foot
frightfullv," writes W. H. Eds, of
Joassvsile, vs., whscn caascd torr.'.
leg sorts- for SO years, but Buck leu's
Arnica Salve whoilv cured' me after
everytribijj else failed." . Infallible for
Burns, Scalds, Sores, Cuts, Bruises and
Piles. For sale ty Condon Pharmacy.
$4540 02
SOS 82
977 40
19 90
S2 25
4S3 4(i
9il9 97
999 n
66 50
817 24
251 49
SI 00
218 70
19998
84 81
533 50
444 20
40 09
99 99
171V2 00
147 85
T.Halamonnt claims allowed anddrawn ......$12570 11 $12570 l
asocxt or oitstaxoinu warrants uxpaid. ,
Outstanding unpaid county warrants on the 30th day of Sept., 1902. . . . $31474 17
Estimated interest accrued thereon .. , 1075 00
Total amount of nnpaid County Warrants... $32549 17
. II, G. Jordan Is buildiug a- new resi
dence on Church street.
Condon Pharmacy has an attractive
new ad this week.' Bead it.
Old People Have Their Troubles.
Mr Francis Little, of Benton Harbor,
Michigan, is over 80 rears of age. Since
1805 he has been troubled more or less
with indigestion and constipation and
has tried almost everything in use for
these ailments. Last August he began
using Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets and was soon teeling much bet
. ter. In a recent letter he savs, "I have
ased ttiree boxes of the tablets and now
think I am well." These Tablets iro
prove the appetite and invigorate the
stomach, liver and bowels.
For sale by Condon Pharmacy.
State c Orkoon,
County of Gilliam
I, C.O. Port wood, County Clerk of the Connty of Gilliam, State of Oregon,
do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct statement of the number
and amount of claims allowed by the County Court of said County, for the .six
months ending on the 30th day of September,-1902, on what account the same were
allowed, and the amount of warrants drawn, and the amount of warrants outstand
ing and unpaid as the same appear upon the records of my office and in my official
custody.
Witness my hand and the Seal of the County Court of said County this
17th day of October, A. P. 1902. C. O. Portwood, County Clerk
LORD & CO
Have Opened the Door to Success.
Here are Three Reasons Why.
1st Seiause it has always been our aim to kttp a Mtat, titan, tiJto-JaU stotk jpiW.
in J. It always gitr tur customers Just whit thty ask or.
jrd. fielidMi JtalingAas always (ten ettr motto. You art assured that what you buy
from us will be right so far as quality an J rut is (omerneJ.
J.
P. WOOD, Mi D.
Physician And Surgeon
Iy ami night call prumiiily uivrt
Olttt' Mala itrevt nmr Mixing,
CONDON, . . oitfc
. a K. l.t'N.V
Now if you want to keep in tho front rank, if you want to stretch your Ml out and make
them go & little farther than usual, just coruo in and see what you can exchange them for.
Don't b afraid of coining too early or too Iat; we are open from 6:00 A. M. to 8:00 P. M.
Anything in Groceries?
WE CARRY
TEA, COFFER, BVOAR, BEAN'S, KICK, ROLLED OATS, BAGtl,
TAriOCA, MACIRONI, COD FISH, SALMON, RARDINKt,
SHRIMP, 8YRUPJ SOAP, BACON. LARP, FLOVR, SALT, 8PUD8,
SPICKS, PICKLES, DRIED rRt'IT, CANNED FRl'IT, CANNED
, VKQKTABLKS, ORANGES. LEMONS, BANANAS, NUTS, CAN
DIE8, TOBACCO, TIPES, CIGARS, QUEEN8WAUE, GLASSWARE.
J3d
MM
EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE.
1
uty
If you are not already one of our customers don't be afraid to come in and get acquainted.
We have put many a Mm on the road to prosperity. Wby not give us a show at you?
QUALITY,
LORD &
QUANTITY, PRICE.
CO. LORD & CO.
RLINGTON, OREGON.
DR
PHYSICIAN AND 8UR060N.
nay anil nltflit Catik uromiiUy ttusiiilva.
Om3iialor muUi oltoiiJuU rhartcacy,
CONluiN, UaUtUrrwi ' ORKOON, :
J LNICKUN .
DENTIST .
OlUevr Wlliun I'karmary. '
CONtK)N . . OH ROOM
Q. S. PALMER,
rtisti Barber.
Sleek Shnvoa
and Hair-cuts..
. I. -A a . .
CONDON OREGON.
. SALE OF SCHOOL BONDS
Notice la hereby glvea that I will re
ceive sealed bid (or the purchase of
school liondi on School IHttrlct No. 2tf,
Ullllam County, Oregon, at my office lit
Condon, Oregon up to and Including th
5th. day of November, 1902, Bond are
for the sum of Five Hundred Dollars,
P. II. SrKfllKNNON,
County Treasurer.
U. I.. Neat, the well known auction
eer, will give the atricteat attention to
all bitaineaa eutruated to hie care. II
you have property to eell consult hliu.
SHERIFFS SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT
Of the amount of money and warrants received for taxes, and money paid to the
County Treasurer by the Sheriff of Gilliam County, Oregon, for the six months
ending on the 30th day of September, A. D. 1902.
TO AMOCNT RECEIVED. TO AMOUNT PAID.
Co;n and Currency ..$2220 80 Paid Treas. Coin and Currency.$2220 80
Warrants 112 59 " " Warrants 112 59
School District Xo. 1 J 12 90 School Dist. Xo. 1 paid treas. . . 112 90
" " "9 81 85 " " 9 " " . . 81 85
' " " 13 23 16 " " "13 " ... 23 16
" 2S 47 80 " "28 " "... 47 80
" " " 39..., 2 68 " " "S9 " " .. 2 68
' City of Arlington 53 42 City of Arlington " " .. 53 42
1
, ToUl ....$2655 20 Total $2ti55 20
f
S8.
Mrs. John Jackson and eon, Tom, are
visiting in Portland. Since going away
Master Tom has had a tussle with the
weasels but is getting along ail right.
Stricken With Paralysis,
Ileuderson Griuiinett, of this place,
was stricken with partial paralysis and
completely lost the use of one arm and
ide. After being treated by an eminent
physician for quite a while without re
lief, uiy wife recommended Chamber
lain's Pain Balm and after using two
bottleaofit he is almost entirely cured.
Go. K. ftfcD'u), Man, Logan Co.,
W. Va. Several other very remarkable
cures of partial paralysis have been ef.
fected by the use of this liniment. It is
most widely known, however as a cure
for rheumatism, sprains and bruises.
Sold by Condon Pharmacy.
State of Oregon,
County of Gilliam
I, T. G. Job nson, sheriff of said county, do hereby certify that the foregoing
statement is correct and true, n itness my hand this 27th dav of Oct.. A. D. 1902
T.G. JoHN-sns, Sheriff of Gilliam County.
SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT
Of the County Treasurer of Gilliam Connty, Oregon, for the six months ending
on the 3th day of September, A. D. 1902, of money received and paid out, from
whom received and from what source, and on what account paid ont.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tahteta. All
druggiata refund the money if it fttila to cure
K. W. Grove'a signature ia on each box. 25c
Stops the Cough
and works of r the Cold.
Laxative Broino-Ouiiiiue Tablets care a cold
d one day, No Cure, no Pav. Price 25 centa
GENERAL FIND.
TO AMOUNTS RECEIVED.
On hand from last report $10025 57
From Connty Clerk 1098 72
" Sheriff taxes 30918 53
" State Treasurer 2004 84
" School Superintendant. 7 50
Total $44055 16
BT AMOUNTS PAID OCT
On Connty Warrants $12S03 21
On School Supt. Warrants... 4622 54
Bal. General Fnnd on hand.. 23931 20
On Triplicate Receipts 2006 21
On Co. Supt. Institute Fund. 42 00
On Bond School Dist. No. 13. 50 00
Total ....$44055 16
88.
State of Oregon,
County of Gilliam,
I, P. H. Stephenson, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and
correct statement of the amounts received, paid out and remaining on hand, in
the county treasnry of said county for the six months ending on the 30th day of
September, A. D. 1902. Witness my hand this 22nd day of October, A. D. 1902.
P. H. Stephenson, County Treasurer.
SEMI-ANNUAL SUMMARY STATEMENT
Of the financial condition of the connty of Gilliam, in the state of Oregon, on
the 30th day of September, A. D. 1902.
HORSE SALE.
We will sell, at. public auction, at
Springston & Rogers' corral, Condon, on
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1902,
aliout 05 head of good horses, a few of
which are broken. There are some
good heavy horses in this band.
Terms A credit of one year will be
given on al! approved accounts over $10
with 10 percent. iutereet;or 10 percent,
discount for cash.
Keithlt & Hendricks.
liabilities.
To warrants drawn on County
Treasurer outstanding and
unpaid... $51474 17
To estimated amount of inter
est accrued thereon 1075 00
Total Liabilities $32549 17
KESOCRCES. -
By funds in hands of Co Treas
nrer applicable to pay
ment of Co warrants ...-.$23931 20
By estimated nnpaid current
taxes applicable to pay
ment of Co Warrants 7462 80
Total Resources ..$31394 00
School Clerk's Notice.
All school warrants on Condon School
District No. 9, issued prior to October ,8
1902 will be paid when presented at my
office. P. H. Stephenson,
Clerk.
Estray Notice.
Came to my place about hne month
ago one pale red and w hite shotted year
ling steer with white face. Earmark
half under crop on right ear; no brand
visible. Owner should come forward,
prove property, pay charges and take
animal away or it will be posted and
sold according to law.
J. A, McMorris,'
October 25, 1902. Condon, Oregon!
BUCKS )R SALE
I have for sale 250head of hardj, up-to-date,
yearling Merinb Bucks, bred especially
for rauge purposesA These sheep came
through last WinterVworst storms, in good
coalition, without feeaother than what they
rustled for on the rangl Their fleeces aver-
i
aged 15 pounds of excellent wool that sold
on the market at 13 J cents per pound.
For further information call on or address,
Geo. Hardie,
Lost Valley, Ore.
Trail Fork P. O.,
Gilliam County, Ore.
THE ARLINCTON-CONDON-FOSSIL
STAGE LINE,
J. W. JACKSON & CO., Props.
Will continue to carry Passengers and Express, on the
same schedule as formerly, with safety and comfort.
Travel and mark your express via. our line.
J. W. JACKSON & CO.
SHORT ORDER
CHOP HOUSE.
First-class meals 25c and
up. I cook and use only
the BEST. I solicit your
patronage. '
D. V.CHAMBERLAIN,Prop.
Main Street, Rear ;of Barber Shop.
CONDON, V- OREGON.
LOTS FOR SALE.
Choice residence lots for sale
in Trimble & Brown's addition
to Condon. Some choice prop
erties. For prices and terms
enquire of . '
D. B. TRIMBLE,
CONDON, ORE.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP-
Notice Is hereby given ti.at the' part
nership heretofore existing between ttie
nndereighed under tlie drm naitm of
Caiitry A Darling, Ins baen this day
liilveti by enntn il consent. All ac
counts doe tue oi l iii tn are now due and
p.iyaltW to C. O. Gantry who will con
tinue the business und who will ulfo
p iv nil drbts of tlia old firni, " - ,
, C.-iirton. ,)re., ,, C. O. Cantiiy,
Oct. jt, l)2. W.A. Daruno.
Condon Milling Co,
MANUFACTURERS OF
High Grade Flour,
; CHOP and MILL-FEED
STEAM-ROLLED WHEAT AND BARLEY.
SCALE OF PRICES.
Steam Rolled Barley.. .$16.00 ', Mill Feed ... . . . v .7, $12.00
Steam Rolled Wheat. . : 17.00 Flour, per bbl.. ...... 3.25
j: - ; prices liable to change at any time.
Every 6ack of our Hour is fully guaranteed or money refunded.
TRY -
"Not Better than the Best But Better than thA rasi-"
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL,
MONMOUTH, OREGON.
Gradutes of the school are in constant de
mand at salaries ranging from 110 to 100 ner
tr ' St TtI n months Studeutstak) the state examinations
In M I """""J l"4 rr- luring their course in the school and are pre
' If j nTL, r pared to receive state certificates on gradua-
firm . a,ui i a': st r . . . tiom. ,te
f year. Strong Normal course and well equip
ped Training Department. The fall term opens Sept. Id. For catalogue contain
ing full information address, 1 '
3. B. V. Bctler, or . E. D. Rehhi.er,
Secretary. President.
KERR CIFFOR & CO., PROPS.
BRANCH HOUSES: BLALOCK, QUINN'S
..GRAIN..
Stored with us will receive tho careful attention of experienced
warehousemen. Barb wire, nails, salt, sugar, lime, cement,
feed and mill stuffs always on band in any quantities. Gen
eral storage and forwarding. A trial makes you our customer.
Arlington Warehouse Co
D. B. THOMAS, Manager
ARLINGTON, - - OREGON
The Condon Barn
Only first-class Livery and Feed Stable In the city. Fine new
rigs and good teams, Special attention ,to atl stock left In our
care. Large, strong corrals in connection. Our terms are reas
onable and we solicit your patronage.
Springston & Rogers, Proprietors
I tiirutruvuinuxrinnArLruvtru utrutnJirvnjunjnAnuvintnAnAAn.n
LOST VALLEY LUMBER CO.
HERBERT HALSTEAD, Manager!
ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER.
We offer a complete stock of Fine Surfaced Lumber, consisting of Flooring, Ceil1
ing, RuBtic, Ship-lap and all kinds of Kough Lumber. Careful atten
given to bills of special sizes and dimension atuff.
MILL ONE-HALF MILE SOUTHEAST OF POST OFFICE,
LOST VALLEY, OREGON.
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CONDON FURNITURE and HARDWARE CO.
J GEO. EARHART, Prop'r.
Now Open for Business.
a full line of Furniture, Builders' Material, Shelf and Heavy
Hardware, Paiuts Oils Glass, Sash, Doors and Mouldings. .
If intending to buy Furniture wait and examine our new stock.
Estimates furnished on bills of Builders' Materials.
SPECIAL ATTENTION CIVEN TO UNDERTAKING AND FUNERAL DIRECTING-
Contracting and Building. Plans and Specifications Furnished:
ljue popl Mortise in a jive paper JJCOBr;
The Dalles Marble Works
L COMINI, PROP.
I)til still has an eye for business In
the monument and tombstone line '
and continues to guarantee satisfac- .'
, tion in all kinds of the finest
MARBLE AND GRANITE WORK.
He nsea only the best Vermont snd
Italian Marble and Scotch, JJnrre and
Westerly Granites and thtt w ork done ,
. in his establishment is nnsnrpassed
, anywhere on the l'aciflc coast. '
HOLD YOUR ORDER FOR HIM. ;
WRITE FOR PRICES AND DESIGNS
L. COMINI, THE DALLES, ORE.
THE CELEBRATED , r
. . COLUMBIA BREWERY . . ,
V AUGUST BUCHLER, Prop. , ri VI ; V
Of the product of this well-known brewery the United States Health1
Reports for June 28, 1900. says: "A more superior brew never entered the
labratory of the United States Health reports. It is absolutely devoid of tho
slightest trace of adulteration, but on the other hand is composed of the best '
of malt and and choicest of hops. Its tonic qualities are of the highsHt and it
can be used with the greatest benefit and satisfaction by both old and young
Its nse can conscientiously be prescribed by the physicians with the eertaintv ,..
that a bettor, purer or more wholesome beverage could not poasibly be found," "
East Second Street, THE DALLES, OREGON.
AYENERIOUS CARBOLINEUM
Avencrious Carbolineum is here
to stay. Ask those who have
used it. It prevent9 decay in fence
posts, water tanks and all wood
work and is a guaranteed article. t '
It also exterminates chicken lice
and mites and keeps them away
permanently. It is a general pu
rifier of manger, chicken house or
pig pen. it spreads with a brush
and is a nice, nut-brown paint. ' f
CLARKE & FRAZER, . . , ACENTS. ,
BUCK LAMBS :: f '
FOB SALE.
I have for sale 600 head of fine buck
lambs, lambed about March 1st., of the
Merino and Cotswobl types, both fine
and coarea wool, large stock. Can satis
fy almost any one wanting bucks.' Those
who come first get first choice . ; ' 'i "
For particulars address ' '" ' !
WM. WINTERS, v
tf BOX 47. 7 CONDON, OREGON,
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