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THE OOMDOU QLODE PAGE 2
Oliver Farming Implements
- Our line of these fine implements' is now complete
PLOWS, HARROWS, THOMAS DRILLS, PACKERS
WAGONS, TRUCKS, MOWERS, RAKES, ETC
WATCH YOUR VALUES
That is j.ist what help you to do at this store. Eh and every article io our
s'or is off.mt t the lowest price consistent with safe merchandising and wecao and
do eiHrarue you a full doliar'a worth for every dollar you spend with m. :: ::
We have received a fresh stock of Groceries and
Canned Goods the best on the market. Visit our
Grocery Department and save money by buying here
IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH
THE S. B. BARKER COMPANY
The Quality Store
"THE SHERIFF HAS
In this issue J. W. Lillie, her
iff of this county, announces that
he will be a candidate for re
election to that office and asks
for the democratic nomination at
the primary election. A couule
of months bro it appeared that
there would be a lively scrap for
this office as at that time there
were two or three men on the
point of announcing their candi
dacy. Later, however, when it
was understood that the war de
partment of cur government
asked that all present sheriffs U
retained in office on account ol
their familiarity with the opera
tions of the selective service
draft for the army, these men
gav evidence of their loyalty and
willingness to cooperate with
the government by dropping out
in favor of Mr. Lillie, In addi
tion to the fact that the govern
roent wants Mr. Lillie in the
..L. : IV t a a
menu s omce, ne nas been a
capable official and given good
service to the taxpayers. The
county auditor in his lest report
said: "The sheriff has a solen
AND YOU, TOO, READER!
Welcome to our parlors again, where ice cream and soft
drii.ks are always to yur liking! Every flavor and the
best that can be made.
Price? Well, that is the small part of it
Tell your friends to meet you here, the popular spot io
town. You aee most everybody here, anyway.
Then, too, cu can always get the bt-st of candies, fiuita
and mixed nuts.
Condon's Leading; Stationer and Confectioner
Oiftjfc IM8A STOP TO
Thin -Thm , HlVf -To
fHt KAISia'S OOAT.ftft
HAVe A COP OP TUB rtl ft
MOWS PAPER fteOLKQ THAN
anttth i n CISC IM
Have you paid up your Globe subscription?
We have a carload of FEDERAL TRUCKS
coming and we are anxious to quote our prices
io our Farnt-r Customers or anyone who is
interested in a way to haul their wheat to the
market in less than half the time it takes
haul it with a team. Trucks from I to 5 ton
We sell the United States Royal Cord Tires.
They meet every motor in need and price and
are the "INDIVIDUALIZED TIRES"
We handle Monogram and Valvoline Oil. Val
voline Ti actor Oil 65c per gallon f. o b.
We can do a lot for our customers. We even
hlp them do away with profanity by filling
their tires with the Universal Tire Filler
guaranteed for 100.000 miles. -
(THE CONDON GLOBE
H. A. Hartshorn, Editor
Published Ererr Friday by xiM Glob
I Publishing Company.
j Entered aa second claw null matter
at the poat office at Condon. Oregon
L. E. SHELLEY'S GARAGE
A GL03I WANT AD WILL 8ELL IT FOR YOU
S.twrrlirtto. rate: fl.M tlx
lor 73 teata. AmartUla rati
PICK THE MAN WHO CAN
With another primary election
less than a month away it ia aea
, sonable to say that this ia no time
j to play petty politics. With our
country in war and looked to by
our allies to play the Drincioa!
pan in tne future, it is anything
but American to let picayunish
prejudices sway our judgment in
selecting officers who will give
the best service to the people and
to our government. Thia ia tru
o( all state, district and county
offices. When you cast vnur.vnto
do it with the feeling that you
are serving your country.
As he spoke the laitt word 1 noticed
him glance Insinuatingly at his type
writer, at the door and at me.
'Sure." I said, "but just one tbii.it
more do you drlnkT"
There was a flicker of Interest ia his
eyes. "Stick around after we lock up,
Mickle,! and I'll see you. Tell Joe
Hawkins we'r ready for the rett of
his stuff and have Shinny Austin get
those plates down from the depot and
you get the basement floor swept and
those presses cleaned up."
As I beat It for the cooler atmosDhcre
of the shop, our angel said, "How'd Y
yoa male. It?"
Flo." 1 lied.
T. A. Weinke
Ottlce in Court House
"efc. Ml, KM '111 'lUll
- 7 T
E KPPP one
ON THE MOVE.
COhiNC IN FRESH
EVERY DAY GOING
OUR GROCERY BUSINESS IS A SUCCESS. THANK YOU WE
ARE ON THE JOB TAKING CARE OF OUR CUSTOMERS ORD
ERS. FOR THEY KNOW WE HAVE BEEN BUSY GETTING IN
NEW FRESH GROCERIES FOR THEM.
OUR STORE 13 A ONE-PRICE STORE. THAT IS. WE MARK
OUR GOODS WHEN WE FIRST GET THEM AT AS LOW A
PRICE AS OUR HIGH QUALITY CAN BE SOLD FOR AND WE
SELL TO EVERYONE AT THIS SAME LOW PRICE.
GIVE US YOUR GROCERY ORDER TODAY.
W. S. Fair's Cash Store
BRUCE HULL, CANDIDATE
FOR COUNTY CLERK
Bruce Hull is a candidate for
the republican nomination for
county clerk. He is the logical
man for the place. His aualifi
cations are of the best He camp
to this county when he was 12
years old and he has made his
home here ever since, livinsr in
north Gilliam near Blalock until
ne finished the graded school
there. He then came to Condon
and worked his way through the
locai high school. After irradu
ttting here he went to the Uni
versity of Pennsylvania and
worked his way there for a year
tie came back to Uilliam countv
and started teaching school and
has been at the head of the Mav
ville schools for three years and.
although the taxpayers of that
district want him to head thpir
school again'they all feel that he
can do good work for the whole
county in the clerk's office
Added to his clerical Qualifies.
tions is the outstanding fact that
he is a red-blooded American and
the people t an rest assured that
with Bruce Hull in the clerk's
office the war department will
get the same complete and ca
pable co operation that it has re
ceived in the past from Clerk
JLaughrige and the taxpayers will
receive the same careful, cour
jteous and accurate administra
tion of their business. - i
AN INTERVIEW WITH THE BOSS
Saiu interview being the 10a I Dram.
Ised last week and If 1 hadn't (Wen my
word to get it I'd have Dasst-d It un for
it took some nerve, believe me.
'Better wait until some other time."
warned the guardian angel of our ma.
chanical department as I took my pad
ana started for the front office, "he's
busy an J got a much this moraine-."
This just about shattered the little
nerve I had left but I had said I would
get it for this week and it was time to
fill my cotyurn. so I decided to take a
chance at Columbus did and the first
man who ate an oyster.
"day. boss!" I yelled in an effort to
make myself heard above the clatter
oi that old Royal he naws around on
Not another cent until Saturdav
... ..... ...
nignt, Mickie," be answered me wheel
ing around in his chair and eivine- me a
look that no one could have misunder
stood. This wilted me completely and
I forgot every one of those rules he had
given me to learn.
"But I told ihe folks last week that
I was going to write you up, boss, and
I'll have to ask some questions. Would
you tell me where you were born?"
He smiled faintly and with iv ioa.
ed began: "The shadows were creep
ing, me gossip were sleeping, the birds
to the courthouse flew"
"Hold on." I said. "I don't want anv
spring poetry now, I want real facta
How Dig was the town?"
"Two weeklies and a Job shoo." he
v - - f
"And you learned the urintr'a trail.
'I learned the Printer's trade hn
I was too young to know better. " h
volunteered, and continued: "I have
held positions, situations and jobs of
ail size and shapes from working on
the section to advance man for a nn.
ring circus and ballyhoo for the side
entrance where r atima gets big dollars
rrom the baldheaded guvs. I am mar.
r.ed. I do hot use snuff. I have no
corns or bunions. I despise oysters hnt
am fond of cheese. I smoke Muriel
cigars when times are eood and John
Ruskina when they are bad. I am
smoking a Muriel now. I wear Poms
It was necessary to interrupt ao-sln
"That'll be fine alonir that line." I
said, "but what ia your favorite amusement?"
"Your favorite literature?"
And your favorite recreation ia ?"
A press agent refers to the
voice of the noted singer. Calli-
Curci, 'aa "bottled moonshine."
We don't know what Galli's
prices are but in this ariJ Section
i hat commodity retails at around
$10 a quart.
It might be hinted to those pa
triots 'who are so patriotically
holding on to their earthly dob
sessions, that Liberty Bonds are
much more attractive than a li
Does that bill, civinir the
President power to requisition
(he timber of the country, have
any reference to tbe fences of
You-may have set the clock
ahead but did you think to noli
fy the roosters to uet on the iob
an hour earlier?
' Folk- say that matches arc
made in heaven. I think some
of them are used to start the fires
We can all get jobs work ins
for the upbuilding of this com
munity and the pay is certain.
There is only one road to
heaven and no church has the ex
elusive right of. transportation.
The man who bouaht Liberty :
Bonds has an investment as sound
a9 the Rxk of Ages.
A well trained conscience wi
stretch as long as the fun lasts
Some talkers make their best
point when they stop.
Keep the home garden growuig
Dra. Miller & Wllhelm
Physicians & Surgeons
F1nt Nat'l Baa BuUtUna:
Dr. W. H. Reynolds
Chiropractic Nerve Spselallat
U you ar alch and hava irid
tvmythliia alH with no r.uli try
Chlroprai He aplnaj adluatumuu
and get wi.li.
Flr.t Nat. tank Sldg., Condon, Or.
C. T. Cathajr. M D
R. A. Catti.y. U. D.
Physicians & Surgeons
vumion National Bank Bulldihf
Dr. J. G. Turner
Ktgular monthly visits tocoudon
Watch paper fur date
L. L. Taylor, M. D. V.
Physician & Surgeon
Chas. II. Horner
Abstracts of Title to
GilJiam County Lands
Office in Court House
The Condon Globe
High Class Job I'rlntinir
0. K. SHOP
Randall & Seale
1st Door N. First Natlonat Bank
Dr. R. W. Hanneman
AU Work Ouarantaad Phono la
Condon National Bank Building
Dr. J. O. Kenyon
First Nat'l Bank Bulldln
D. N. Mackay
- Attorney -at-Lavr
I wish to close out m lam
wan paper stock and will, until
further notice, give 26 per cent
disctunt on al sales. Nearlv all
my stock was ordered before the
rise of paper stock. PaDer is
still going up and thia is the
time to buy.
W. A Darling,
47tf Armory Hall Annex,
County Treasurer's Notice
All outstanding warrants drawn
oh the General Road Fund of
Gilliam County. Orezon. un to
and including No. A 1091, will be
paid upon presentation. Inter
est ceases March 15, 1918.
Cow y Treasurer.
City Treasurer's Notice
All outstanding citv warrant I
up to andmcIudmgNo. 1078 Class
O will be paid upon Dresenta II
uon at my omce. interest ceases
Nov. 12, 1917. '
uty I reasurer.