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THE CONDON GLOBE PAGE 3
100 PER CENT VALUES
WE HANDLE NOTHING TO
SELL AT "HALF PRICE"
the plain reason we are not offering our goods at half price Is that
every article you purchase at our store is guaranteed to be
100 per cent value. We can sell only cheap articles
at a cheap price. Houses that advertise goods .
at .half their real value must, in the
nature of things, make up the short
age from other sales or misrepresent '
the article sold. They "rob Peter to
pay Paul" and you are as apt to be
Peter as Paul. To avoid this chance'
trade at the 100 per cent value store
THE S B. BARKER COMPANY
The Quality Store
Have you paid up your Qlobe 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 leB3 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. 0O0 miles.
L. E. SHELLEY'S GARAGE
CONDON ( OREGON
THE CONDON GLOBE
H. A. Hartshorn. Editor
Published Errr Friday by The Clot
Entered as second data mall matter
at the poet office at Condon. Oregon
Satecrlstlaa raasai tlM tm yswi
far 71 MB. AdraatlalaaT rmtaa etna sM
A GLOBE WANT AD WILL SELL IT FOR YOU
ii I Aoc Al WAYS
VEGETABLES YOU MOST EAT AND FRESH FRUITS YOU
'pUOHT-JTO EAT IF YOU WANT TO BE HEALTHY. THEY ARE
NOT ONLY COOD FOOD THEMSELVES BUT THEY "TONE"
UP YOUR SYJ9TEM AND HELP TO CARRY OFF . THE HEAVY
'things you eat. v
YOU WILL ALWAYS FIND OUR FRESH FRUITS TO BE RIPE
AND SWEET 'OUR VEGETABLES ARE. FULL GROWN AND
SOUND.- OUR PRICES ARE VERY REASONABLE.
; GIVE US YOUR GROCERY ORDER TODAY. .
: W. S. Farias Cash Storef
BRUCE HULL HAS SHOWN
When selecting a man to handle
your private business, no matter
what it is, you would naturally
pick someone qualified to give
you the service you pay for.
There is no question about that.
How do you decide upon such
qualifications? By that person's
past performances, don't you?
That is usually the business way,
Then why not apply the same
principles of business to the se
lection o' a man to handle your
public business in the county of.
aces, for the business transacted
there is yours just the same as is
your farm or your Btore or your
shop and it is important that of
ficials be secured who have ahown
that they possess the necessary
qualifications to give you service.
If a man has made a failure of
his private affairs you would
hardly feel like securing him to
represent you in a public office,
would you? On the other band
when a man has made a success
you feel that he is worthy of
Bruce Hull has shown the peo
ple of Gilliam county that he
possesses the qualifications neces
sary to handle the people's busi
ness. Everything he has started
has been completed with honor
to himself and to the work. He
has made good. He has. proven
that he has that efficiency so
necessary to a business adminis
tration in the clerk's office. When
you vote for Bruce Hull for Clerk
you vote for good efficient ser
vice. He will make good in the
clerk's office the same as be has
at his other work. .
PATRIOTISM AND POLITICS
The Condon Time aayi that to make
grave and serious charges "through In
nuendo is one of the lowest and mean
est ways to blacken a man's character."
To this statement the Globe subscribes
very cheerfully and wishes to point out
that the Times editor must have been
reading over his recent editorial activ
ity just before writing this profound
observation. The Times- assails BrUee
Hull's patriotism because he is a candi
date for county clork and doesn't hap
pen to be over draft age. We agree
that this Is a "grave and serious charge'
and that It is "low and mean" but at
the same time la to be expected from
the Times V The Times aaya of Mr.
Hull: "hit patriotism would be more
advanced if he wielded a gun at the
front Instead of a pen tn the clerk's
office." If this (a tree U Ita applica
tion to Mr. Hull It U just u true la
Its application te Mr. Hull's opponent
and te every other candidate who Is
without family obligations. The Tlmos
also says: "People who resort to such
dirty politics should be rebuked by hav
ing their candidate smothered at the
polls." To this confession the Globe
subscribes still more cheerfully, la fact
it appeals to the Globe as the very es
sence of wisdom for the only one we
know of who has been resorting to
dirty politics by attacking the character
of any candidate la the Time. The
only candidates the Globe has mention'
ed are those we are supporting for we
believe In supporting those We feel are
best qualified and letting the otheis
alone. As we have said before It is not
a patriotic motive which prompts the
Times heartthrobs but Is purely political.
Don't you think it is true patriotism
to give your vote to the man who ex
peeta and is willing to go to war for his
country rather than to the man who
does not expect to got
We didn't notice the word "camou
flage" anywhere m the Timea last
, WAC1 WMtRt TUiV DO
aef-riR jos raM-fmo j
THM V4MKT VtfB CO I
fMt 0MC, BUT CAN'T
mO T oh THIS
"England's spawn America,
is the way the kaiser refers to
us, adding that when he shall
have crushed the parent he will
turn his attention to theoffspring,
While we prefer a more euphon
ious term, we cheerfully acknow
ledge the relationship. Germany
will yet have cause to respect
tne power oi too spawn even
as she now respects the British
Exercise is supposed to
strengthen and if it does we
know some women and men.
who would have no trouble in
landing a job with a circus as
Zu zu, the Iron jawed Marvel."
It is said that when . Lenine
finishes his work in Russia he
will come over here. And short
ly after his landing we predict a
scarcity of feather pillows in his
Probably the reason bo many
people know so little of them
selves is because they have been
taught to shun undesirable ac
Californians who are wonder
ing what caused the recent shake
up in that state have overlooked
the fact that Heney just got
The market basket is an old
and valued member of the com
munity but it . has only recently
taken its place in high society. .
Congress has made a hundred
million people get up an hour
earlier but it has not affected
a single rooster.
Holland should have Band and
grit enough to refuse to have
gravel , transported across her
Pretty soon it will be easier to
keep track of the auto owners by
isting those who don't own any.
Alcoholic spirits have taken a
back seat. ' Patriotic spirit is the
national stimulant these days.
AND YOU, TOO, REAPER!
Welcome to our parlors again, where ite croum nil soft
drinks are always to your likingl 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 in
town. You see tnoRt everybody here, anyway.
Then, tool you can always get the best of candies, fiuita
and mixed nuts.
Condon's Leading Stationer and Confectioner
Sticking War Stamps is one
sure way ioatick the kaiser.
The little brown hen does her
bit toward winning this war by
her persistent work and, too, she
goes far toward relieving the
meat shortage. j
And it comes to our mind that I
the lay of the hen is a blamed
light more impressive and prac
tically valuable than any lay ever
turned out by the old bardt or
And speaking of chickens
It is, of course, an acknowledg
ed fact that certain localities are
dangerous for the feathered pa-V
t riots after dark but for an exhi
bition of sheer gall it would be
an unusual and highly humorous
night to see someone running
down a neighbor' chicken in
However don't forget
The Red Cross drive is coming
T. A. Weinke
OMU'S in Court House
Dm. Miller & Wllhelm
Physician & Surgeons
First Nat l Hank Bulldlng
JAMES S. STEWART
Republican Candidate for
28th District, including the coun
ties of Gilliam. Sherman and
Mr. Stewart is wheeler conn
ty's only capdidau-fp
sentative. and in common fair
ness each of the three counties
in the district is entitled to direct
representation at Salem. He
served in the 1915 session as a
member of the Legislature, and
at the 1917 session as Legislative
Committeeman of the Oregon
State Grange, and invites inspec
tion of his record in both catac
Dr. W. II. Reynolds
Chlrepractle Nerve Specialist
If you are sick and liava triad
varyihln alaa with no raaulta try
Lhlrupractlc spinal adjustments
and ki well.
First Nat Bank 1.140., Canaon, Or,
H. T. Cathay. M. D.
. A. Cathay, at U.
Physicians & Surgeons
Condon National Bank Hulldlna
COM ooN. qilKOON
Dr. J. G. Turner
Regular """" r i1'-,,' '- 1
Endymion Lodge No. 66
KNIGHTS of PYTU1AS
Meeta Tuesday Evening
In Castle Hall
Rank of Esquire
next Tuesday night
J. C. SturgilL K.. R. and 8.
One capabe of taking care of
chidreii. Wages $30 per
month. Write or see Mrs.
Gross at Barker's Store. 6tf ,
Is no nwifl fiSLoa.ai y
than Smallpox, army
tbo timet minculoua tftl-
Cacy. (ad haiailrttntal, of Antityphoid Vaccination.
Ba Vaociaataa NOW by you, phytic lao, yon and
you family. It la Biota ltal than bouaa lutuanoa.
Art your shyilcUn, drucylit, or Mad tot Hv
yon bad Typhoid) " tell log of Typhoid Vaccina,
result! from at , and dancer from Typhoid Carriers.
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Chas. H. Horner
Abstracts of Title to
Gilliam County Lands
Office in Court House
0. K. SHOP
'Randall & Scale -
lit Door N. First National Hank .
L. L. Taylor, M. D. V.
Physician & Surgeon
Dr. R. V. Hanneman
All Work Ouarantaed Phone la
Condon National Bank Building 1
Dr. J. O. Kenyon
First Nat l Dank Building
D. N. Mackay
I wish to close out my large
wall paper stock and will, until
further notice, rive 25 ner cent
discount on al sales. Nearly all
my stock was ordered before the
rise of paper stock. Paper is
still 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 No. A 1091, will be
paid upon presentation. Inter
est ceases March 15, 1918.
W. A. Graves,
' County Treasurer.
City Treasurer's Notice
All outstanding city warrants
up to andincludingNo.1078 Class
C" will be paid upon presenta
tion at my office. ' Interest ceasea
Nov. 12. 1917.
1 Myrtle Ferguson,
... ' City Treasurer. '