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THE COM DON GLOBE PACE 2
Time to Pay
Reach This Store Every Day
We have just received a number of-
Crepe de chine and Wash Silk Blouses
Latest Models and Finest Fabrics
Also a recent shipment brought in a lot of
Spring House Dresses and Aprons
New styles and at very reasonable prices
Our Grocery Department
handles the freshest and best stock of canned goods and food
stuffs obtainable. Our prices are reasonable and our clerks will
give you courteous service. Local agents for Butternut bread.
A full line of Shelf Hardware. Also Paints and Varnishes
"The Quality Store"
THE S. B. BARKER COMPANY
Dealers in General Merchandise
Have you paid up your Globe subscription?
We have a carload of FEDERAL TRUCKS
coming and we are anxious to quote our prices
to our Farmer Customers or anyone who is
interested in a way to haul their wheat to the
market in less than half the 'time it takes to
haul it with a team. Trucks from 1 to 5 ton
We sell the United States Royal Cord Tires.
They meet everv motor in need and price and
are the "INDIVIDUALIZED TIRES "
. We handle Monogram and Valvoline Oil. VaU
vojine Tiactor Oil 65c per, gallon f. o. b.
, We can do a lot for our customers. We even
v help them do away with profanity by filling
their tires with the Universal Tire Filler
"guaranteed for 100.000 miles.
L. E. SHELLEY'S GARAGE
THE CONDON GLOBE
H. A. Hartshorn. Editor
Published Kttt Friday hy Tha Globe
Entered M wood class Bail matter
t the pact office at Condon, Onffoa
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A GLQ3S WANT AO WILL SELL IT FOR YOU
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WITH THE NATURAL
OUR CANNED GOODS ARE THE NEW SEASON'S CROP,
RIPENED ON THE TREES AND IN THE FIELDS AND CANNED
IN THEIR, NATURAL JUICE SO AS TO PRESERVE THEIR
.NATURAL, FRESH FLAVOR.
' YOU WILL ENJOY OUR CANNED GOODS BECAUSE THEY
TASTE LIKE FRESH HOHE-GROWN FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
','-! BUY CANNED GOODS BY THE DOZENTHEY ARE CHEAP.
ER THAT WAY,
: GIVE US YOUR GROCERY ORDER TODAY.
W. S. Fair's Cash Store
iakarrtaOaa MM HJ tmat
far 14 Mat. Adrattatas mm gHm
Gilliam county now hnt an
agricultural agent. He ia here
to help; he is paid for it and is
anxious to take off his coat and
go to it. But ;ha cannot be ex
pected to do it alone. That part
of his salary paid by the county
will get us nothing unless he has
the co-operation of t'ue taxpayers.
Being human, he will make mis
takes but it will be the biggest
kind of a mistake on the part of
the taxpayers to refuse to CO;
operate with him or to give him
only passive co-operation. Active
assistance is what oar agent
needs; if he gets it be will do his
part and earn his salary twice
over. There are many things to
be done in Gilliam. Let's go to
it with him the way we should
and make it a better county.
The Globe likes to publish ex
tracts from the letters which our
soldier boys are sending home
because tbey give a viewpoint of
certain conditions not obtainable
from other sources. The boys do
not see things alike and some
times their judgment is clearly
at variance with what the train
ed newspaper correspondents
give us. The trained newspaper
reporters see beneath the surface
and interpret what they see. The
boys simply tell us what they see.
Their letters are most interesting
and make good and instructive
Plan for the Fair
Condon is to have her annual
spring race meet May 29, 30, 31
and June 1 and we will again cele
brate the Fourth of July and the
chautauqua at the same time.
Let us not forget the county fair
next fall for it is just as import
ant although further away.
For many years now we have
laid great stress on the right!
and privileges of the American
citizen, partly forgetting or ig
noring the fact that with every
right or privilege there is also a
duty. In the past we have not
been required to give our full at
tention to these duties but it is
different now and w should be
just as conscientious in giving
our attention now hs we have
been insistent in demanding our
rights and privileges.
Be a Booster
Be a booster, not a boaster.
The boaster proudly calls atten
tion to what we have but the
booster culls attention to what
we can have if we display suffl
cient energy. The boaster situ
io the trench and ia satisfied
with his nice bright bayontt but
the booster goes over the top to
get some color on his steel
Which are you? Get under the
i I I
A SamhBha Unto at dM
Spring? March 21.
The people are perfectly will
ing to live on substitutes if tht
substitutes are available. A
soon, however, as a substituted
suggested, the price of that ar
ticle emulates the airship. When
fixing a price on wheat the gov
ernment might give great relief
by also fixing prices on the sub
stitutes. Billy Sunday is reported to havt
come $16,000 short of expense
is his Wsshlngton campaign.
Billy should remember that while
the hell he is advising men t
shun may be a verity, Washington
just now is engaged in making
war on a hell much more real and
Lovers of the succulent cabbagt
properly fermented can now
indulge their appetites withou'
suspicion of disloyalty. There i
no longer any kraut. "Libert)
cabbage" takes its place.
It has been asserted that the
recent display of the Northern
Lights was providentially sent
to light the Hohenzollerns and
Hapsburgs farther on their way
Perhaps when Hindenburg an
nounced his intention to be ir.
Paris by April first he didn't
contemplate taking hii armies
along. Better watch the roads
One congressman comjlains
that there is not enough to do in
CanoreBB to keen him buv. We
suggest that he resign his office
and help Hoover.
Those Germans hunting for
the American sector in France
had the success of the boy hunt
ing for a hornet's nest. They
Austria wonders what she is
fighting for. The kaiser could
enlighten her but he is pretty
busy these days praying for
The war seems to have reduced
every resour.ee of the kaiser except
his family. That still remains in
tact Hohenzollern patriotism is
of the safe variety.
The wool shortage might be
relieved scire what by ctrrman
deering all that the politiciens
are accustomed to pull over the
What doth it profit ft man to
plant a garden and lose it via his
The water wagon is fast be
coming an even more popular ve
hicle than the auto.
When some people talk it ia
easy to discover that their tongue
is hung to a chunk of solid ivory.
A garden is your physician's
most valuable and trusted assist
ant. Patriotic people prepare to
Will be delightod with our splendid line of confectkmery-daUcioua
sweet of every nature for every pereon and tut. Tbe
variety la large and every place atrtrtly freeh.
All of the popular grade of nula, mixed or ajaurtnl
Bananee and other frulU Io eeaaon at right price
High grade cigar and a full Una of armiker' aupplle
Try Oar Lnnckei
Condon's Leading Stationer and Confectioner
A Stirring TaU of Low and
Adwntur on tho Ocean
Copyright by the C.ntury Company.
T. A. Weinke
Offlea la Court House
A R night descended, cold and
damp, the wlml baulud,' and
JJ" by U o'clock tha alilp wu
charging a lung before a half
gala and a rising aca from tbe port
quarter. Wbvn tba watch bad brac-ad
tba yard tba mala ordered tha ipank
r bralled In and tba mlxxen royal
ilueJ up, aa tlia abip ateered bard.
Thl waa dona and tha men colled up
i bo gear.
"Ijm tba epanker bang In Iba bralla.
Tla up the royal." ordered Ilia mate
from bla poaltlon at Iba break of tha
"Aye. aya. air," answered a rolra
from tba group, and an active figure
praug lulo tbe rlgulug. Auother fig
ure allot aud graceful, clad In long,
yellow ollaklu coat and a sou'wester
which could uot con One a taugled fringe
of wind blown hair-left tha abetter of
Iba after companlonway aud aped
along tba alley to tha uiate'a aide.
"Tba foot ro, Mr. Ailaui.'' die aald
hurriedly. "Tha eelaliig waa chafed,
"By George, Mlns Fredur told the
officer. -Forgot all about It Glad
you apoke. Come down from aloft,"
be, added, la a roar.
Tba aallor answered and descended.
"(jet a ploce of apuu yaru out o' tho
booby batch and taka It up wl' you,"
continued tba mate. "Pes a tem
porary aeliiug on tbe Ice royal foot
rope- Make aure It'a all right 'fore
you get on It, now."
"Aye, aye, air."
Tba man paiaed down tba poop atepa,
aecured tbe apun yarn aud while roll
ing It Into a ball to put In bla pocket
atood for a moment In tbe light aliln
big from the aecond mate'a room. Tbe
Continued on next page
J. D. Weed
U. S. Land Commissioner
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Abstracts of Title to
Gilliam County Lands ,
Office in Court House
0. K. SHOP
Randall & Seale.
lit Door N. First National Dank
County Treasurer's Notice .
All outstanding warrants drawn
on the General Road Fund of
Gilliam County, Oregon, up to
and including No. A 1091, will be
paid upon presentation. Inter
est ceases March 15, 1918.
W. A. Graves,
County Treasurer. '
Dra. Miller & Wllhelm
rhysicinns & Surgeons .
first Nat'l Bank Building
Dr. W.H. Reynolds
Chlropractle Nerve Speelallet
II you . alvk and have triad
av.rylhlnc al with bo rwulU try
Chlropiarlk' aplnal adjuflmanla
and ft w.ll.
rir.t Nat. Bank aidg., Conaon, Or.
C. r. Cathay. U, D.
II A. Cath.y. Ml D.
rhysicians & Surgeons
Cond.to National Bank Building
Dr. J. G. Turner
Regular monthly vUita to Condon
Watch paper for datea
L. L. Taylor, M. D. V.
Physician & Surgeon
Dr. R. W. Hanneman
AU Work Ouarantaad Pnona la
Condon National Bank BaUdlrif
. Dr. J. O. Kenyon
First Nat'l Bank Building
D. N. Mackay
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QiUiam County Land .'.
Gilliam County Abtract Co.
L. Q. B.IUrd. frsp. . J. D. Wnd, Hst.
, City Treasurer's Notice
All outstanding city warrants,
up to andinc!udingNo.l078CTas
"C" will be paid upon presenta
tion at roy office. Interest ceases ;
Nov. 12.1&17. W
- City Treasurer.