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THE CONDON GLOBE, MAY 28, 1918
Agents for the Hudson Super-Six, the Buick and Chevrolet
Touring Cars and Federal Trucks. We are also agents for
United States tires. The roads you drive on are the roads
that United States tires win on
L. E. SHELLEY, PROPRIETOR.
The Hotel Summit
A courteous invitation
is extended to you
to make the
your headquarters while
J. L CROWE, Proprietor
Are good feT the
A fine Sirloin, an
a luscious Round
steak, a nutritious
roast or a dish of
Don't they sound good?
People's Meat Market
F. M. Bock, Prop.
The place to get that
good cigar and' every
' kind of soft drinks.
The only pool and bil
liard tables in town.
Dr. R. W. Hanneman
All Work Guaranteed Phone Sa
Condon National Bank building
CONDON. . OREUON
THE CONDON GLOBE . ffiSD
II. A. Hartehom. Editor
Entered daily as arrond elaee nutter in the poet
olf.ee at Condon. Oreiron.
Chain Letter Disapproved
by the Treasury Department
The Treasury Department authorize
Chain letters, which in the past have
been used to get fundi for worthy pur
poses and for some unworthy ones, have
been started by some enthusiastic work
era for the sale of war saving stamps.
The Treasury Department baa official
ly disapproved their use, and the Nation
al War Savings Committee wishes the
public to understand that these letter
were not instigated by the national
Gives Shower for Miss Greiner
Mrs, B. A. Cathey entertained
at a miscellaneous shower Satur
day afternoon in honor of Miss
Mary Greiner, who became the
bride of Olin V. Reser this morn
inur. A number of Miss Oreiner's
intimate friends were present and
a delightful afternoon was en
joyed. The hostess served dainty
Mrs. C. F. Cathey of Portland
is a guest at the 8. A. Cathey
home thia week.
George Cavan of Shaniko is in
Charles'Anderson left for Bend
Mrs. C. A. Fenton went to
Bert Owens of Ajax was a
Condon visitor yesterday.
Hollen & Sons sold W. B. Smith
a Mitchell Six touring car last
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sturgill
and daughter, Margaret, re
turned Saturday evening from a
week's visit in Portland.
THE WISEST THING YOU CAN DO
Deposit your savings in this bunk and watch
them grow. Every day a little pile get bigger
and soon you will have a "heap."
When they reach respectable proportions, IN
VEST THEM. Deposit the income from the
Investment and then WATCH IT GROW.
Pursue this policy energetically and systemati
cally and some day you will be rich.
Start today and start with us.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Warning to Fuel Users
We quote the following from U. 8. Fuel Admin
istrator Garfield's order of March 30, 198:
' Every hounehokler, every public utility and nary In
dustrial ueer of coal ia aameetly advieed and urged to
plate without delay their order for foal to cover their
neede for 12 month bea-inning; April let"
We most earnestly advise the public to place
their orders and signify their willingness to ac
cept immediate delivery of their cool require
ments for the coming fall and winter.
We believe there will be great difficulty in sup
plying good coal Inter in the season and that
many consumers will either be short of coal or
' will of necessity be obliged to burn inferior and
low grade coals which will prove extremely unsatisfactory.
ARLINGTON LUMBER CO.