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the concert soloo :pacs a
of community spirit wo "imply
mean a communitj'i capacity for
organized and smooth-running
AND YOU, TOO. READER!
Welcome to our parlors again, where ice cream and soft
driiiks 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 epepolar ipot in
town. You see roost everybody, hereanyway.
Then, too, you can always get the best Of candies, 'fiuita
and mixed nuts.
Condon's Leading Stationer. and ' Confectioner
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WE HANDLE NOTHING TO
SELL AT "HALF PRICE"
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The plain reason we are not offering our goods at half price la that
every article jou, 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 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 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 C0I1DG1I GLOBE
H. A. HarUaora, Editor
PubliakedErerr Friday TaMjClefce
Entered as second class mail nattet
at the poet office at Condon, Oregoa
for 71 mu. Aarcftiaiae mm gtrm
A GLOBE WANT AD WILL SELL IT FOR YOU
15 EXCEUENT F0!l
OIVB YOURSELF A HOLIDAY THIS WEEK BY CUTTING
OUT ALL BAKING AND BUYING YOUR BREAD AND BAKERY
GOODS FROM US.
WB HAVB FRESH MADE BREAD EVERY DAY AND ALL
KINDS OF BAKERY GOODS. FOR A FEW CENTS YOU CAN GET
A VARIETY OF THINGS FOR ' YOUR TABLE THAT WOULD
TAKE YOU HOURS OF WORK IN YOUR KITCHEN.
TRY IT ONCB ANYWAY.
GIVE US YOUR GROCERY ORDER TODAY.
W. S. Farr's Cash Store
Condon :: :: :: , Oregon
Everytne must admit the power
of co operation. "Two beads
are better than one," and if we
grant this we must also .concede
that three heads are better tthan
two and four are better thaa
three. Each man ..separately
stands for his individual force
but if a number of men join to
gether for -some object their
power in a community increases
83 each man joins, much more
rapidly than bis. personal force
would warrant Notwithstand
ing our knowledge of this fact it
is often hard to secure co opera
uod in local anairs. J rue co
operation means giving up one's
own preferences and considering
Republic good as .better .-than
ifQ own. The man who for
ce himself is the most success-
fai Hi working with other people
And right here is where the dif
ticulty seem to lie in Condon it
seems that we all have a narrow.
personal, ..rand-cents .vision
hen we look at any project
which may be for the general
good of the town. We ask our
stives: Is there any direct
personal profit in thiet" and
forget that, though we . may mot
gain dirictly, we always do in
directly frcm anything . which
benefits the community . aa a
whole. Lack of co-operation has
oeen very plain in Condon, .1
has been noticeable in our fair,
ur Chautauqua, 'our race meet
and even in our churches -and
schools. It is true that these
have alwajs had a fair measure
of success but nothing like they
would have had with co opera
don behind them. Condon is a
good town now none .better of
its size in the state- but the op
portunities for advancement un-
ier .co operation arenumerous.
Naturally every man wants the
best for, Wb town but the town
' hat achieves the best is one
where the citizens work unsel
flshly together and we should
remember that when we speak '
There' a Difference
We cannot make a dollar bill- 1
It's not we don't know bow to
But Uncle Sam puts down bit flt
'And says we're not allowed to.
Bot give at all your printing work,
"The diff'reoce then U funoy
for Uacie Sam will not object
.That YOU aremakinir money.
Why should the town muzzle
dogs and not knockers?
A nice front porch has pre
vented man an old maid.
'When someone plans .to help
the town, plan to help the plan.
A town is like a perambulator
it isn't much good unless it is
If you spend all that you earn
some other fellow is banking
When churches begin to ad
vertise the devil begins to sit up
and take notice.
The world owes every man a
living but the street corner is a
poor collection agency.
Don't look for soft snaps.'
The bard snaps are the ones that
have the ginger in them.
It is claimed that fish when
eaten make brains. When they
get swa7 they make big stories.
You've got to be a citizen to
vote but you've got to do a good
deal more than vote to be a citi
There's only one better man
than he who gets behind and
poshes and that's the -man who
goes ahead and pulls.
The best kind of "fire insur
ance" for next winter is a wood
shed filled and a bin overflowing
now. Get .busy on your fuel
OVER THE TOP
Br Arthur Qw Katpar.an natter
Frftl's Vun inddenTv Bfnmwd fn
middle of a bar. We had cooked bis
goose, ana our rasa bad worked. After
flrtnit two belts Mrh. tn tneka im nt
our Job. we hurriedly dismounted our
guns ana took cover in the dugout We
knew what' to fiwrt aoon. w AMnt
have to wait lone, three- salvos of
-wniM-Dangs" came over from Fritx's
artJllerr. firrthor lYmflrrrwHnn that
we had sent that musical machine-gun
ner on ma westward-bound Jcmraey.
That sun nvai hntkaMrf ami.
We were the heroes of the battalion.
our captain congratulated us, raid It
Was a ne&t niece nf TPnrk and mmu.
fluently, we were-all puffed up over the
There are several wars Trmm? naoa
to disguise the location- of his maphln
gun and get his range. Some of the
most commonly used stunts are aa fol
At nicht. when 1m tnnnnta Ma mn
over the top of bis trench and wants
to get the range of Frits'! trench he
adODtB the method of what ha terma
"getting the parka." This consists of
flrlna? bursts Mim hla mm until th.
bullets hlt'the German barbed wire,
He can tell when they are cutting the
wire, because bullet when It hits a
wire-throw mat a hln sWMo n..b
Machine-gun fire Is -very damaging to
uu causes many a wiring parry I
tfi TC eHiHfi?6M"Wli.l tt 1 quiet ta'
repair the damage.
To disguise the Dart of Us gun at
night when firing. Tommy uses what la
called a flare protector. This Is a stove
pipe arrangement which flu orer the
barrel casing of the gun and screens
the sparks from the right and left, but
not from the front. So Tommy, always
resourceful, adopts this scheme: About
thre feet or less in front of the gun he
! " "
T. A, Weinke
pfnee u' Court Bouse
Showing How Frits Is Fooled.
drtres two stakes Into the ground,
aoou Are feet apart Across these
stakes he stretches a curtain made out
of empty sandbags ripped open. He
soaks this curtain tn water and fires
through It The water prerente it
catching fire and effectlrely screens
the flare of the firing- gun from the
Sound la a vslnable asset In lomHne
a machine gun, but Tommy surmounts
this obstacle by placing two machine
guns about one hundred to one hun
dred and flftr Tarda ansrt. Ths mn
on the right to cover with its fire the
sector or the left gun and the gun on
the left to cover that of the right
gun. This makes their fire cross; they
are area simultaneously.
'By this method lt.aounds itv Ana
gun firing and gives the Germans the
Impression that the gun Is firing from
a point midway between th vnn
which art actually firing, and they ac-
coromgiy sneu that particular spot
The machine eunnera chuckle and hi
Triti u a brainy boy, not 'elf he
But the men In our lines at tha mvnt
being shelled curse Frits for his igno
rance ana pass a few pert remarks
down the line In reference to the ma
chine gunners being "windy" . and
afraid to take their medicine.
- Gas Attacks ann BnlM.
Three dara after hA aiianmui
rats, tne Germans sent over mi rt
did not catch us unawares, because the
wiua naa been made to order, that Is,
II was Blowing rrem the German
trenches toward ours at the rate of
about five miles ner hour.
warnings had been nassed dnvn th
trencn to Keep a sharp lookout for gas.
We had a new man at the nariaivina
on this afternoon In Question; I was
ainuig on me nre step, cleaning my
rifle, when he called out to mar
TThere'S a sort of ereenlah. valine
cloud, rolling along the ground out-In
urom, it s coming"
Drs. Miller & WilbeUn
Physicians & Surgeons .
First Nsfl Bsak'Bulldlnc
CONDOM, , oasooit
Dr. W. H. Reynolds
Chlropractle Nerve 8peolallat
It you ar stck and bars tried
vrythtn alsa with no rMulU try
Chlropnctlc mpial adJutUMnMi
and fft wlt
- Flrat Mat. Bank BUdft, Cendeo, Or.
C. T. Cath-. M. 0.
B A. Cth.y. M, D.
Physicians & Surgeons
Dr. X G. Turner
Regular monthly visits to Condon
Watch paper for dates .
. L. L. Taylor, M. D. V.
, Physician & Surgeon
CONDON, " i OBSXWN
Continued on pige 3,
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned will take ud.; adver
tise and sell in the manner pro
vided by chapter 71 of the Gen
eral Laws of Oregon for 1909,
any and all live3tosK found : run
ning at large or being herded, on
any of our lands in Schott canyon,
Cason canyon and Buck Hollow
and on any of our lands in the
vicinity of said canyons.
S. fi. Barker
Barker & Cameron
W. B. Cyrus
J. M. Cameron.
Endymion Lodge No. 66
KNIGHTS of PYTHIAS
Meets Tuesday Evening
In Castle HaU
Rank of Esquire
next Tuesday night
J. C Sturglll, K., R. and S.
tha almost mlncnlous effl
tacf and hsvmletnett, of Antityphoid Vaccination.
B Vatccinatcsl NOW by foot physician, you ao4
jTour family. It Is mote Titai than bouse Inauranc.
Ask your phytlclats. tfreggisU or tend fof "Uarv)
you bad Typhoid telling of Typhoid Vaccine,
results from oa end danger from Typhoid Carriers.
THE Ctirm LA&OftATOBY. KSniUY. CAU
woeeciM waacmaa eewaMtweee e e. eo. uceeat
Dr. R. W, Hanneman
. Dentist 1
All Work Guaranteed Phone U
Condon National Bajik Building
, CONDON,- . ., OBBQON
Dr.! J. O. Kenyon
First Na'l Bank Building
. CONDON. -
;:CN. Jilacksy '
' I wish to closa out my lanrtf
wallpaper stoclr ?and will, until
furthfcjfjQtice. .give 25 per cent
discount on al sales. Uearhr all
my stock was ordered before the
rise of paper : stock. Parier is
still going upUnd. this is the
time to buy, I ,
47tf Armory HaU Annex,
Couaty, Treasurer's Notice
All outslanding!warrants drawn
on the'General Road Fund of
Gillian. 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. 1310 Class
"C'.wili be paid upon presenta
tion at my office. Interest ceasen
May 20. B918. .v.!
City Treasurer. -