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THE CONDON GLOBE PAGE 2
WE HANDLE NOTHING TO
SELL AT' "HALF PRICE"
The plain reason we are not offering our goods at half price U that
every article you purchase at pur 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
. 11 ' 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
4 ? trade at the 100 per cent value store
THE S. B. BARKER COMPANY
; The Quality Store
Hava 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 take3 to
haul it with a team. - Trucks from 1 to 5 ton
,v 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 CONDON GLOBE
H. A. Hartahorn, Editor
Published Ercrr Friday by Th 61eb
Entered aa aeeond claat mail mattet
at tha poat office at Condon, Qregoa
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Service to the Nation
It ia said that there are tome in Con
don wbo hare been preaching the go
pel that the chautauqua thould not eome
to Condon this year because of the war
activities and the sacriiices tha people
( are making for that purpose. But if
: anyone tries to tell you that, just re
member that he is not well posted or
one of the few who have been against
the chautauqua from the beginning.
The great central aim of the chau
tauqua program this year ia service
to the nation. First, by mobilisation
of the public opinion which shall back
up the government In the prosecution
of the war. Second, br bringing a
cheerful and brightening influence to
relieve the tension of mind naturally
caused by the seriousness of war time.
Much depends on the way puolic
opinion in the country ia stimulated
and directed. A ceuntry of one mind
is invincible and the chautauquas,
reaching practically into every town
and city, offer a manner of reaching
the people and affecting a solidarity of
opinion rivaled only by the press. Our
Government recognizes this and is
squarely behind the chautauqua.
GET UP A PtCNIC. IT IS Gift AT FUN. THE CHILDREN
WILL ENJOY IT MOST. BUT YOU WILL ALSO HAVE A GOOD
; TIME. ' .
FILL YOUR PICNIC BASKET IN OUR STORE. WE HAVE "
LOTS OF PREPARED THINGS READY FOR USE THAT ARE DE
LICIOUS. YOU CAN THROW AWAY THE TINS AND JOIN IN
THE FUN. IT COSTS LESS TO BUY OUR AREPARED .THINGS
THAN IT DOES TO MAKE THEM YOURSELF.
V GIVE US YOUR GROCERY ORDER TODAY.
W. S. Farr's Cash Store
Condon , :: Oregon
The president showed excellent
judgment in selecting hia secre
tary of war for who could be bet
ter fitted to handle doughboys
than a Baker.
' E. G. Grady ia working on the
new elevator at Mikkala
Mrs. Effie Martin visited rela
tives in Portland a few days last
C. E. Bolds arrived in Olex
last week to attend to interests
A strawberry social will be
given in Wade's Hall Saturday,
June 8, for the benefit of the
Home Guard Everyone invited.
Miss Miriam Keeney will at
tend business college in Portland
Jas. Wilson ' of Waterman
Bhipped a car of cattle to Port
The North wert Sheep Co.
shipped four cars of sheep from
the local yards-Monday. They
were consigned; to Iron Mountian,
! FRIDAY ARE ENJOYABLE
The commencement exercises
of St. Thomas Academy were
held at the Liberty Theatre last
Friday night before a large audi
ence. The program consisted of
songs, dances, recitations and
instrumental selections. The
address of welcome was given by
Miss Frances Summers, the only
graduate at this time. After the
play, "Golden Hair," Father
Wand presented the diploma and
awards of merit The evening's
eutertainment, which was con
eluded by an address by Father
O'Kourke of Heppner, was very
enjoyable and reflects great credit
on those responsible for its success
Mr. and Mrs, F. B. Stevens
motored to Heppner last week
and brought back their niece,
Mrs. Esther Turner and her little
daughter, Pattie. Mrs. Turner,
who has just completed a very
successful term of school at Pilot
Rock, will live on her homestead
. W. A. Graham, brakeman on
the local train, is enjoying a
vacation this week.
Miss Eunice Ebbert was. a
passenger to Portland on Sun
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Cottmlre
will leave next week in their car
for a tour through California.
The Condon Milling Co. is
building an 80,000 bushel eleva
tor for the Farmers' Elevator
Company at Mikkalo.
Hollen & Sons sold W. B. Smith
a Mitchill Six touring car last
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sturgill
and daughter, Margaret, re
turned Saturday evening from a
week's visit in Portland.
are now here.
Guaranteed all wool and perfect
fit and style.
First Class Work on Cleaning,
Pressing and Repairing
J. A. CONLEY
Phone 48B '
CONDON :: :: OREGON
Notice (or Publication
Department of tbe Interior
U. S. Land Office at
The Dalles, Oregon.
April 24th, 1918.
Notice is hereby given that James S.
Smith, of Condon, Oregon, who, on Oc
tober 9th, 1914, made H. E. 0)3928 and
December 19, 1914, made Additional
Rntry, No. 014125, for Lots 1, 2, Sl-2 NE
1-4, N 1-2 SE 1-4, 8E 1-4SE 1-4, See 1,
NE1-4NE1-4, Section 12, Townkhip 2,
South, Range 19, East, Willamette
Meridian, has filed notice of Intention
to make Final Three Year Proof, to
ettablUh claim to the . land above de
scribed, before C. N. Lauerhrise. Clerk
oi the Circuit Court, at Condon, Ore
gon, on the 22nd day of June, 1918.
Claimant names aa witnesses: J. S.
Burres, of Condon, Oregon. William
Underwood, of Condon, Oregon. A. B.
Robertson, of Condon, Oregon. Earl
8mith4pf Condon, Oregon.
t Frank Woodcock, Register.
AND YOU, TOO, READER!
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Welcome to our pnrlors again, where ice cream and soft
drihks are always to your liking! Every flavor and the
best that can be made.
Price? Well, that is the smull part of it.
Tell your friends Jo meet you here,' the popular spot In
town. You see most everybody here, anyway.
Then, too, you can always get the best of candUa, fiuits
and mixed nuts.
Condon's Leading Stationer and Confectioner
A GOOD PLACE TO EAT j
G. P. Giles has re-opened the;
Condon Restaurant on lower Main j
street and ensures his patrons
courteous treat rhent and good,
clean food. Give him a trial.
Let the Service Shop do your
printing. It gives satisfaction.
Two milch cows.
See 11. II.
After Monday, May 20. all
laundry parcels will be' CO. D.
All laundry will be raised 20
per cent. 9tf
Randall & Seale
1st Door N. First National Bank
Chas. II. Horner
Abstracts of Title to
Gilliam County Lands
Office in Court House
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned will take up, adver
tise and sell in the manner pro
vided by chapter 71 of the Gen
eral Laws of Oregon for 1909,
ny and all llvestotK found run
oing at large or being herded, on
iny of our lands in Schott canyon,
fason canyon "and Buck Hollow
tnd on any of our lands in the
vicinity of eaid canyons.
S. B. Barker
Barker & Cameron
W. B. Cyrus
J. M. Cameron.
31 A rir LOSSES SURELY PREVENTED
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Veeaar llctot, but Cutter's ttmplett vA etrongert.
The guorrloritv of Cutter prodiKts it due to over 11
ymtn of epcclallrtng In Vaccinia AND ftHRUMH
ONLY. lNUr OM CUTT'. 11 tlMtt 'laUfc
ft order direct, ,
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D. N. Mackay
T. A. Weinke
Orric in Court HeuM
Drs. Miller & Wilhclm
Physician & Surgeons
Flrtl Nail Bank BuUdln
Dr. W. II. Reynolds
Chlropracllo Narva Spaclallat
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v.rihli Im with bo rmulta try
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rir.t Nat. Bank aide., Condon, Or,
g. r. Cathay, M. D.
A. Cath.r. M. O.
Physicians & Surgeons
!?.1,,?, "allunal Bank BulMln
Dr. J. G. Turner
Regular monthly vislta to Condon
Watch papar for dataa
L. L. Taylor, M. D. V.
Physician & Surgeon
CON DON, ' OREGON
Dr. R. W. Hanneman
AU Wurk Guaranty Pbuna la
Coiulun Natlaoal Rank BuHJli
Dr. J. O. Kenyon
First Nul l Bank BulUlnf
CONDON. ' ORKOOW
I wish to close out my large
wallpaper stock and will, until
further notice, give 25 per 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
nd including No. A 1091, will be
paid upon presentation.. Inttr
est ceasf s March 15, 1918.
W. A. Graves,
City Treasurer's Notice
All outstanding city warrants
up to andincludingNo. 1310 Class
"C'l will be paid upon presenta
tion at my office. Interest cease
May 20. 1918.