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THE CONDON GLOBE PAQE 6
nap. mOL .tip
o. Tire Value
Wef Sell and
an We're Proud to
nTHEY give you more dollar-for-dollar
value than you can get in any other
tires, and that's what you want real
Don't forget this "When you pay more
titan Fhk Prices you pay for something that
does not exist." Let that be your tire
buying motto and you can't go wrong.
FI8K DEALER IN CONDON
W. S. FAER
Continued from Page t
gouremeur aa lie Mx d me again to
assume the ruined garment of Cheviot
"I waa born In the mountains of the
atate of Ilflrpotlj, boy. whore when
on eheda bit blood for tlii life of an
otber that other W aald to be under
bond to bis rescocr. mid that means
tie closer than the ordinary one of
brother by blrtb. I acknowledge the
twnd to you for til time, little brother
Now drive on quickly to the mansion
before we are In danger of lxln lute
for dinner with tbo general. It will
take me aoruo few minutes to cot you
out of tbat shirt and Into your dinner
coat I'll send for It. and yoo can
dreta with tie."
"Oh, no. my beloved Couverneur
Faulkncrl I must (to Immediately to
borne and there make inytelf presuuta
ble for a dluncr that my Butt baa ar
ranged for me. Tbat nice black in J7.
Klcile. will with Joy attend on till
ecratcb upon my arm." I exclaimed,
with great alarm for fear tbat that
very strong mind of my gouverneur
would command me to make my toilet
In bla company In the mansion. "Please
do not command me that I (hall not
"Of course, youngster, go to yonr
frolic with tho rent of the babes and
anckllngs, only remember that I ol
wny like to hare you with me. Inn
never command you when It la not
your pleasure," answered that Gouvcr
ocur Faulkner to mo; with gentleness.
"It la always my pleasure to be wltb
you, my gouvenieur, mid Ilo like that
you command me," I aald to blm In
answer to thut gentleness that bad
something of a sod longing In It.
"And may I not return Immediately
after that supper to tbat club of Old
Hickory for conversation with you and
my uncle, the General Robert?" I ask
ed, wltb eagerness.
"Boy, by the time you huve "eaten
that Tatted calf nud danced at least a
portion of It off your system I'll be ,
be burning the uiljulylit o'e going
over the papers In tbe case of Tlmms.
I want to vcl;:u all tbo testimony care
fully In tbo in:e given In court about
bis own an.) lis brother's relnllons
ultli the woman Mary Drown. .-A
lon n I urn the governor of the state
of Mnrpeth no bone t mnn Is going to
,. 1 1 rmet i.ii;: cuml woman
fr 111 tin1 oi'fii- t,f n bnite. And yet
T r 1 j 1 c nfev , J !'(. ( rlnie and ileii'lel
the in'itlve ' nm e':r.!iilimtUm fallel
to ret tJie sti to:';eut from tbe wi.uuiii
Hint tuu!J J:wify i:iy reprieving; or
P'irUii!ir: b'l:i I Ciiiuiot even seem
to illxii. nor the pro ceding of tbe
rouitii of the etute ami. boy. I'm Just
pliiln-u-H-iiTiiiHt-Il. Here we are
st my own We door. Gooj ni-bt and
wnl:e n !':-! t uln nr MVt If you want to
get to that dinner on time, flood
nl :bt airalii!" And with tlio'e word,
wlil- h explained bis very deep trouble
to me. my (jouvcnici'.r I'uulUner- do
'Cii !eJ from the scat b?sMc me In the
f 'berry to il:e pavement bealile his
mntti-lun and ba 'e me hurry from blm
, All of t'jose very gay and nice "babe
and siiH:Iii'.m" which the flouvcnieur
Fuiiiliiier bud Mentioned were wltb me
at the table with very much laughter
and merriment. iilso muKi coureratlon.
And In that conversation were very
many Jukes upon my Hum because be
hud Iwn trmiMported t.i the capltol by
my uncle, the ciiernl Hubert, and giv
en bard lolw until a I matt the time to
arrive for that nice supper which be
wan eating with much lumber.
"Well. It's not my fault that Tlinriis
up and biffed til brother Into eternity
all for liiiJi-liij pretty Mary Brown,
and I don't see why I hud to be mug
In to sort out of a niKllcii sheets of
trial evidence the lle he told about It
for pour old Cuvenior lilll to mull over
ull nl!ii I ny when a man wants
to be huui'M in budly at tlmt be ought
to get what he's crying for and not
butt in on a perfectly Innocent man's
afternoon fox trot." was that Mr. Rum
Cleiuleiiulng'.t walling to all of the
company, "Look the other way. Sue.
so as not to tiv. n thlt mullln cold until
I get It buttered."
"I told my washwomnn, who Is
Mary's sMer. that Mary ought to be
made to tell Just what did happen, and
then It could nil be arranged so tbat
the poor man could lie saved to her. I
think It Is hard on Mary to lose both
lovers," said that very Intelligent Mil
An impartial jury will always give a
verdict in accordance with FACTS.
YOU ARE THE JURY, and the facts
are plainly in evidence at this store.
The superior quality of ED. V. PRICE
Suits is a f-a-c-t.
Our exceedingly low prices is another
And when you consider these (acts
you will decide to buy your Spnng Suit
at the BEST PLACE IN TOWN
Exclusive Store for Men ::
"They live Just over beyond tbe back
gate, f.uppofic we all go and put It up
to the attractive Mory to speak up and
ke? Li7. from the danger of over
work a second time." said a bice young
gcu;'?rti with what I considered a
great Intelligence, but . which caused
And at that surretlon which caused
the tuuvb merriment tbat daredevil
within r.obe.ta, mnnpibe of Crct and
live, again arose and commanded me
"Oo. P.obert Carruthcrs. and obtain
that paper of statement from that
Mnry, ao that your chief, tbat good
Oouveroeur Faulk, ler. does not work
In the iilfht. wbt"b la for rest, and tbat
your beloved Burz may not agatu bare
to work in bla afternoon, which, ta for
dancing. Go and find that Mary as
aoju as this dinner Is at an end."
And what was It possible for me to
do but to answer tbe command of tbe
daredevil person within me? All of
which I did. I made excuse of my
ac'f on account of a lie which Involved
my attendance on my uncle, tbe Gen
eral Robert, and departed after I bad
bad but one nice alldo wltb tbe lovely
Puc. but bad obtubied a promise of
one from Mil?. Belle If I found It pos
sible to return by tho hour of 10
After many Imiultiea In small streets
I wus at last led to tbe borne of the
Mary Brawn. All was dark within
the very small house, but upon the
steps. In the light from the moon and
also a street arc, sat tho person tbat
man of whom I had asked guidance
suld to be the woman whom I sought.
She rested her head In ber hands, as
hod done thut poor human In tbe cage
In that state prison, and from ber I
heard the sounds of slow weeping.
"What It It that I shall say to herr
I asked of myself. And then sudden
ly something answered from within
mo from the same place that had arl
eu that knowledge to spring In be
tween my Gouvenieur Faulkner and
the bright knife I bad not even tetn.
That place Is lorated In tbe heart of
Itoberta, marquise of Grea and Bye.
and not In that daredevil,
. ) were gulag to kill
J wltlj rop tbe man 1 loved 1 would
, lay down my own Ufa that ba should
live, ir you writ on little paper to
ay tbat b murdered Id defense of
you tbe good Oouverneur Faulkner
will aav blm to you. air to m that
"Oo a wayT she moaned at she shook
ber bead and cried Into '-or arms.
"See, Mary: Here U . pencil and
tbe paper to writ the word of life
for Tliuuis to tbat Oouverneur Faulk
ner," I aald as I seated myself beside
Her and extracted my notebook aud
pencil from the pocket of my overcoat
where I had placed tbem on leaving
my room aa la alway beat. I deemed,
for a aecretary. Tber are Just two
thing that are tbe duty of women,
Mary-to bear men 'and to aav tbem.
Have yours now, Mary. Much will hap
pen, It may be, but tbat Tlmma 1 a
good man and must live."
"I dassent n told m Dot to.
"If a knife wa aimed at Tlmma
I heart, would oa not throw yourself
netweea Dim and It cut. Mary, even
though commanded by blm not to ao
"Tbe knife 1 aimed and here's tbe
paper by which you can throw your
person on tbat knife. Ia It of aucb
moment that It cut Into your own
heart, tbat you atand ai.d let It glv
death to hint"
. "I give up! 1 glv up. mister! 1
can't let nobody murder bio. Nobody
rer put It tbat way to me. Give me
tbat paper and let me git to blm fer
Jest one minute tomorrow," tbe made
answer to me at she seized the paper
and pencil aud began to write with
tbe paper spread bealde ber upon tbe
"Will that do, mlstcrr tbe asked
wltb anrlety On that paper abe had
Hn Tlmma had locked me In the room
end attacking ire when Oab broke In
and got me swav from htm. Hs had to
bust hi bMd with a tlallron to make him
let go of me. I am a com) woman.
"Yes. good Mary, tbl will tblelJ
Tlmmt from that knife, 1 feel a cer
tainty, and I will send for you and tee
that you go to an Interview wltb blm
at 10 o'clock cf the tomorrow morning.
And now good night, wltb great re
spect to you for a brave woman," I
said aa ! rose to my feet
"Who are you. mister, tbat bar
tKke to my heart Uke they ain't no
body spoke to Itt suffering yet, though
you ain't aald many word, and tbem
la curlout-llke?" ahe asked of me a I
prepared to take a hurried departure.
"I am tbe secretary of tbe Gouver
uenr Faulkner, Mary, and and I know
bow women love men. I"
"I bet a many of 'em have loved
yon. God blcsa your sweet eye.
Good night, slrr
And with those kind words from tbe
poor female, who wag beginning again
to sob, but with auotber motive In ber
weeping. I took my departure down
tbe street-or up I did not know In
Just which direction. I bad tbe In
tention of returning to tbe bouse of
the party to obtain the cherry, which
1 bad left standing before tbe door,
and In It convey tbe message to my
Oouverneur Faulkner tbat should
bring relief to bis anilety, but I soon
found that 1 bad lost myself upon
streets that I bad never seen before.
What was It tbat I should dc? My
heart Buffered that my Gouverneur
Faulkner should not know the relief
of tbat paper I bad In tbe pocket of
my dlaner coat, but I could not End
myself, and 1 did not know exectly
what questions I should ask. Then I
bethought me of tbat telephone, which
In America Is ao much used, but not In
France. I entered Into a store for
mcllcmes upon the corner of one of
the sheets in my waaderlns, looked
diligently In a book to find the num
ber of the manslcn of the oouverneur,
and, after many tellings of my desire,
at last my Gjuverr.eur Fnaliaer made
an auswer in my ear that was aa
beautiful In voice as the words he
apoke to me In bis presence.
"Welir be asked me.
"This Is Robert Carruthcrs who
"Oh, all right youngster! How did
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...Oar Goods Are Here...
All our stock except one shipment has arrived
and is on display.
THE LINES WE CARRY
LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S WEAR
MEN'S SHIRTS, SOX. TIES, SUSPENDERS AND
GRANITE WARE, TIN WARE, FANCY DISHES
SMALL KITCHEN WARE
YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO CALL
C. Beverlin, Proprietor
need be a dream no longer. We have a complete set of blue print
and specifications for this modern bungalow, also print of built-'n
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Hundreds of other plans. You'a're invited to call arid 'see
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Arlington Lumber Co.
Condon . V" . . v :. Oregon
At Aha Stable?, Pendleton, Oregon
Imported Percheron and Belgian Stallions that are extra good. Besides
other Percheron, Belgian, English Shire and Clydesdales with imported
ancestors that are young and good,- with correct pedigrees that are de
sirable. One pair extra Percheron mares. Ifyouarea customer and
want to save your money, take time to come and see me. Remember,
cood stallions and low prices.
J. R. JUSTICE, Importer
If You Have Stallion
That Yon Cannot Use
Longer, I Might Change
CROP MORTGAGS, REAL MORTGAGES, CHATTEL
MORTGAGES AND SATISFACTION MORTGAGES
. CONDON GLOBE
.L Classified Advertising....
GLOBE "WANT ADS" ARE RESULT GETTERS
FOR SALE On TRADE:
One registered Percheron
stallion, 7 years, weighs 2000 lbs.
Will trade for young horses or
sell reasonably. Also one full
blooded Durham bull which will
trade for young bull of like
breeding or se for $80.
50tf. Oscar Maley, Condon. Ore.
Loose and baled alfalfa hay.
Can deliver at Condon or Rock
Creek station. Address E. C.
Butler, Rock Creek, Oregon.
. . 51pd54 '
Mammoth bronze gobbler. See
or write Mrs. E. C. Maley,
Condon, Oregon.- 50pd51
BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME
Parties wanting trees, shrubs,
vines or anything in that line for
spring planting should make ar
rangements for them now by
seeing F, W. Burns.
Chld's ring. Set . with red
stone. Owner may have same
bylcalling at this office and
paying charges on this notice.
Five year old horse weighing
1200 pounds. A bargain, ('all
at L. E. Fry's Garage, Condon,
I wish to close out my large
wall paper stock and will, until
further notice, give 25 per cent
discount on all sales. Nearly all
, my stock "was ordered before the
rise of paper' stock. Paper is
still going up and this ia the
time to buy.
W. A. Darling,
47tf. Armory Hall Annex.
Old papers to trade for clean
rags. Inquire at this office.