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THE CONDON GLOBE. MAY 30, 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
Dr. R. W. Hanneman
All Work Guaranttad; Phon ta
Condon National Bank BuUdtne
Are good for 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
K. M. Bock, Prop.
The place' to get that
good cigar and , every -kind
of soft drink.
The only pool and bil
liard tables in to wn.
T"W V! .
THE CONDON GLODE
H. A. Hartahore. Editor
AUrtiin rmtn ISunta par inch
Enlared daily aa tacaad t)m matter la lha port
If fa at Condon. Oraffoa.-
HE LOVES SHELLFIRE
London, May 30. For aticktoitivsneia
Maj. John K. M. Brora toy, of th royal
field artillery, recently a captain, holds
When the Huns blew op a dugout
many wounded were buried under th
Bromley dug them out and got them
to a dressing station.
When an ammunition dump was set
a Are, he put out the blax under heavy
When a dugout containing 15 men
was blown in, though himself wounded,
he worked for an hour and a half
rescuing his comrades under intense
There seems to be m diversity
of opinion about what the Amer
ican soldier is to be called but
when it comes to a question of
his fighting qualities there is
only one opinion.
Many patrons of hotels and
restaurants who frown when
they are offered rye to 'eat would
smile gleefully if they were re
quired to drink ic
F. R. Brown, county agent of
Morrow county, was in Condon
over Sunday visiting J. C.
Mrs. H. E. Snyder left "Tues
day morning 'for an extended
visit in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Leghorn re
turned Tuesday evening from a
visit in The Dalles and Portland.
We have nice, clean furbished
rooms for rent See Mrs, John
. Harrison r'across the tomer
from the Armory Hall. ;
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THE WISEST THING YOU CAN DO
Deposit your savings in this bank and watch
them grow. Kvary day a little pile gets bigger
and soon you will have a "heap."
When they reach respectable proportion, IN
VEST THEM. Deposit the income from the
investment and then WATCH IT GROW.
Pursue this policy energetically and systemati
cally and some dsy you will be rich.
Start today and start with ua.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Warning to Fuel Users
We quote the following from U. S. Fuel Admin
istrator Garfield's order of March 80, 198:
"Kvary kouaaholdar. avary publla utility and avarr In
duttrial aaar af coal la aammtly adviaad and una! to
plaea without dalay th air order, fhr coal to nrct thair
narda fur 12 month, bag-inning April In"
We most earnestly advise the public to place
their orders and signify their willingness to ac
cept immediate delivery of their coal require
ments for the coming fall and winter.
We believe there will be great difficulty in sup
plying good coal later 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 up-satisfactory.
ARLINGTON LUMBER CO.
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