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THE CONDON CLOSE, MAY 31,1918
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 for the
A fine Sirloin, an
a luscious Round
Fteak, a nutritious
roast or a dish of
Don't thej sound good?
.People's Meat Market
F. M.iBock, Prop.
" Tbefptece to get that
good cigarardre very"
kind of soft -drink.
ZZL The only pool and bil
liard tables in town.
Dr. R. W. Hanneman
All Work Guaranteed Phone Sa
Condon National Bank Building
THE CONDON GLOBE f3
H. A. Haruborn. Editor
Advrtiina rateo U mu per inch
Catered deity a MCwnd ctue Plotter la the p
oAee at Condon. Oncan.
PLAN STANDARD WAGE!
Washington, May 31. Stand
ardization of wages of common
and unskilled labor to halt the
enormous labor turnover that is
slowing up war work throughout
the country, was under consider
ation today by the department of
Such a move is essential to
equal distribution of the present
labor supply officials of the de
partment say, because of varying
wage rates and inequality of
Under the standardized wage
plan, a carpenter, for instance,
would get the same wage in Ore
gon as in New Jersey.. This
would automatically take away
the temptation to large groups of
men to concentrate in one district
at the expense of others.
There is an old saying that you
must eat a peck of dirt before j
you die. But do you know that:
to be patriotic you must eatai
bushel of old potatoes this spring.
The fashion in ornaments var
ies. Just now a Third Liberty
Loan button, a War Savings
badge and a Red Cross emblem
make a most desirable combina
tion and one that is much 'worn.
THE WISEST THING YOU CAN DO
Deposit your savings in this bank and watch
them grow. .Every day a little pile geta 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.
Purtue this policy energetically and systemati
cally and some day you will be rich.
Start today and start with ua.
THE FIRST NATIONALBANK
L. L. Caldwell of the Ell ison
White Chautauqua System will
be here next week to arrange for
Condon's Chautauqua week.
We have nice, clean furnished
rooms for rent See Mrs. John
Harrison across the corner
from the Armory Hall.
Warning to Fuel Users
We quote the following from U. S. Fuel Admin
istrator Carfield'a order of March 80, 198:
"Every kooeebolder, rnvmy pobhe otUity aod every In
dustrie! near of mi l, earaeeUy advtaed and arced to
place without delay their order, lor teal to cover their
need, (or 12 month beainaisc April let"
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 unsatisfactory.
ARLINGTON LUMBER CO.
CONDON - OREGON
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