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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 just what w help you to do at this store. E tch and every article in our
s'ore is offered at the lowest price consistent with safe merchandising: and we can and
do guarantee you a full dollar's worth for every dollar you spend with us. :: ::
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
THES. B. BARKER COMPANY
The Quality Store
Hava 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 i3
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 every motor in need and price and
are the "INDIVIDUALIZED TIRES "
We handle Monogram and Valvoline Oil. Val
voline Tractor Oil 65c per gallon f. o. b.
We can do a lot for our customers. We even
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 Ercrr Friday by The Glob
Entered as accond daaa mail matter
at the poat office at Condon. Oregon
GLOBE WANT AD WILL SELL IT FOR YOU
THE BEST GRADE IS THE ONLY KIND OF GROCERIES WE
KEEP AND IT IS THE ONLY KIND YOU WANT TO PUT ON
THE WORK YOU DO EVERY DAY DRAWS ON YOUR
STRENGTH. AND THAT STRENGTH MUST BE KEPT UP. OUR
GOOD FOOD WILL DO IT.
YOU WILL GET THE HIGHEST QUALITY FOR THE LOW
EST PRICE WHEN YOU OIVE US YOUR GROCERY ORDER TO
DAY. W. S. Fair's Cash Store
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THE MAN FOR THE PLACE
Jim Stewart was the best rep
resentative this district has ever
had in the state legislature.
Many of hia friends, knowing of
his good work during his last
term and since, requested him to
become a candidate again and he
has so announced himself. When
he was in the legislature he was
on the job every minute and at
the last session, when he was on
legislative committees, he was
a'so on the job. His untiring ef
forts for the construction of the
John Day Highway, most impor
tant work for this district, have
brcught results A vote for Jim
Stewart is a vote for a square
dealing, result setting man.
A CLEAN TOWN
Condon is doing her share in
planting war gardens and the
vacant lots that have been plow
ed and planted to potatoes and
other garden truck makes the
town appear more prosperous and
more like a real home town. The
piles of tin cans and rubbish are
disappearing also and if wt can
keep the weeds down, Condon
will present a better appearance
this year than ever before.
A. M. WRIGHT
A. M. Wright has an announce
meat in the Globe to the effect
that he is a candidate for the re
publican nomination for joint
representative of this district.
A number of people have asked
"who is A. M. Wright, the can
didate for representative?" Mr.
Wright is a retired farmer ol
Sherman county and is now in
business in Moro. He is very
highly spoken of by those who
know him and that he is held i
great esteem by the people of his
county is shown by the fact thai
representative citins of thai
county met last week to select a
candidate for the state legisla
tore and Mr. Wright was theii
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to twAoe poTA-foes,ca
ANVTHIN' El5fc on w
As a stage for their fight, Wil
lard and Fulton miirht try the
western front. There might not
be so many rounds but it's safe
to say it would be' interesting
and they'd do more good there
than they're doing here at home.
Any man who has had pro-
Hun sympathy has an unlimited
amount of gall to ask for an of
fice under Old Glory. The people"
will see that his bubble is punc
tured. If in the next life we can see
what is going on down here,
some of us are going to be very
unhappy when we see how little
we are missed.
The best demonstration of cam
onflage I can think of is the line
at the head of the Times' editor
ial column where it says: "Official
Paper of Gilliam County."
When a free presa was guar
anteed by the constitution it was
not intended that readers should
let their subscriptions go unpaid.
I Even when a man marries a
belle he has to furnish the ring.
' ' "
THE GRIP OF FREEDOM
AND YOU, TOO, READER!
Welcome to our parlors again, where ice cream and soft
drinks are always to your liking! Every flavor and the
best that can be made.
Price? Well, that i the small pnrt of it.
Tell your friends to meet you hero, the popular ppot In
town. You see most everybody her anywayT
Then, too, you can alwa) get the brat of candies, fiuits
and mixed nuts.
Condon's Leading Stationer and Confectioner
If you draw too much on the
future you may find your new
leaf all marked up before you
A pessimist is a guy who be
lieves that even the milk in the
cocoanut is watered by nature.
Early to bed and
early to rise.
-Cut the weeds and
swat the files,
Mind your own business
and tell no lies,
Don't get gay and
deceive your wives,
Pay your debts
And use the Globe
Any fsfiircf wiiu ! unwilling to raiae
$2 wheat should change place with the
boy who la facing German bulleta fur
$J0 a month.
A Colorado man had hia jawbone
patched up with a rib. But thia lin'l
the first Instance In which a rib wat
wed to perfect a talking machine.
Why not atart an offensive against
tin can and other rubbish In Condon.
Plant aeeda and grow bulleta.
The other day a man In the front of
fice waa looking out of the window and
he aaid to the boas: "It must take
nerve to wear extrvmely ahort iiklrtt."
And the.boaa aald: "Maybe, but I can
think of a couple of other good reasons,
But 1 suppose you are anxioui to get
at that war garden
Sto I'll juat say
Buy another Liberty bond.
Prlntcr'a Ink it the must
Indispensable thing In
The world today for every
Business need it and none
Can have too much of it. ,
-Ink it In.
The manufacturer need it
To fell their product.
Retail men need it to make
Their aalea. It la the
Univeraal fortune builder.
It tranaforma stock into cash.
It If the lifebloed of trade.
It it the breath of progreaa.
It ia the light of the world.
Tho ambltiout must have it.
It ia the ladder to success.
It createa the desire to buy
What you have to s?ll.
-Ink it in.
If a man thinks twice
Before breaking into print
He ahould think three time
Before ataying out.
-Ink it in.
The spoken word has one
Chance where the printed
Message haa hundreds.
-Ink it In.
in this community The Globe
la one medium through which
You can reach the home folks
Your prospective customers.
-Ink It in.
Chas. II. Horner
Abstracts of Title to
Gilliam County Lands
Office in Court House
0. K. SHOP
Randall & Seale .
1st Door N. First National Bank
D. N. Mackay
T. A. Weinke
Of tic in Court House
Drs. Miller & Wllhelm
Physicians & Surgeons
Flret Nal'l Dank Building
Dr. W. H. Reynolds
Cniropraetle Nerve Specialist
If you are sick and have triad
varyihliif alaa with no results try
Lhrupra.dc aplaal adjuaimaau
and got wall
First Nat. Bank !)(., Condon, Or.
C r. Cathay. D.
M A. Cathay. M U
Physicians & Surgeons
Condon National Dank HuUdln
Dr. J. G. Turner
Regular monthly visit tocoodun
Watch paper for da tea
L. L. Taylor, M. D. V.
Physician & Surgeon
Dr. R. W. Hanneman
All Work Guaranteed fhone la
Condon National Bank Building
Dr. J. O. Kenyon
First Nat l Bank Building
I wish to close out my large
wall paper stock and will, until
f urthtr notice, give 25 per cent
disci unt on al sales. Nearly all
my stock was ordered before the
rise of paper stock. Paper is
nill going up and this is the
time to buy.
W. A. Darling,
47tf Armory Hall Annex,
County Treasurer's Notice
All outstanding warrants drawn
on the General Road. Fund of
Gilliam County, Oregon, up to
and including lje.JV 1091, will be
paid upon presentation. Inter
est ceasps March 15, 191$.
W. A. Graves,
City Treasurer's Notice
All outstanding city warrants
up to andincluding No. 1078 Class
"C" will be paiJupon presents,
tion at my office. ' Interest cease
Nov. 12, 1917.
. Myrtle Ferguson,