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THE OONDOfl QLODC PACE 3
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I have bouuht tha Condon ah ihop from K. 0. Car land kiwi ikiw
have full eharg. I hava had lung eiperlensa la my work ami It I
II guaranteed fl rat-clan. Tour (boas are worth moneyaave them
Sammll Slirat , I I I i Condoo, Oregon
on the Farm U An Absolut Necessity. A Good Well on
your Farm Increases Ita valut ten time the cost of the
WE FURNISH IT
Any thiol lo tfaa plumbing lis will receive our
JAMIESOH & MARSHALL
Sanitary Plumbers s" ' Condon, Oregon X
Foaell, Phone 3 Condon, MSI Mayvllle, 8 I
GONE LUMBER COMPANY
Lone Rock, Oregon
Manufacturers of all kinds of rough and dreeaad lumber tod mouldlnca I
An up-to-date mill Newly Improved
Good Grades Right Prices X
CHAUTAUQUA TO BRING
FINE LECTURERS HERE
Condon folks will remember
with a great deal of interest Dr.
Hoy I and his creat lecture at the
1916 chautanqua. H will be here
again thin year. And he is only
on of the truly great lecturera
the chautauqua is bringing to
Condon. Some of the others
who will be here are Henry War
ren Poor, the noted illuatrated
war lecturer; Mrs. A. C. Zehner,
accredited Government represent
ative; Minosoku T. Yamamoto,
Japanese educator and diplomat;
Dr. A. D. Carpenter, celebrated
astromomer and lecturer; Arthur
Walwyn Evttns, of the Lloyd
George family, whose great lec
ture "What America Means to
Me" is a stirring patriotic appeal,
and. Beatrice E. Heskett, with a
splendid message on physical
training. It will be a great week
from the lecture standpoint And
it will bo an interesting week
for the children for "Mother
Goose" is to be here to work with
Mrs. II. A. Concannon re
turned Sunday from Kansas
City. Missouri, where she has
been visiting for the past month.
Mrs. 0. A. Miller went to Port
land Saturday and will be met in
that city by her husband who is
stationed at American Lake,
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at Lower Cost
Lalley-Light actually costs lets than poorer light.
It costs lets because of the time it saves and the labor it
It coats less because it gives better light for after-night
Because it makes the home more cheerful.
Because its electric power runs the chum, and the separator,
and the women can do other needful tasks.
Because it enables you to have running water in house and
Consider Lalley-Light as an economy, and you will not be
wrong as owners' testimonials show.
Call for the book of these letters, and for a free demonstra
tion. ; v
Plant ia 27 inches' Ion,
ii ti no. j m ' J4 Inch wlda, 21 Inch high
A. B. R0DERT80N, LOOAL AGENT CONDON, OREGON
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See That He Never Lacks
a pouch of
Real GRAVELY Chewing Plug
Your fighting man will go to almost any
lengths to get good tobacco. Many a man
has paid $5 for less good tobacco than you
"will smd him in a pouch of Real Gravely
Chewing Plug. OnljrcosU you 10 cents.
Gira any man a ehw of Real Grarely Plug, and ha wfll
tall you mai m im ' ".
Ordinary plus la fl aeonoroy. It eoit lata
vraak to chaw Real Gravely, beeauia a amall chew
Uit a long while.
lit a long wniie. .. . . ... t -r
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nd add a lUUa to your tmoking tobacco. It will giro
flavor improa your amoka.
END YOL'R FRIEND IN THE II. S. SERVICE
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will wt U tolobi hnd. in any Tninioi Cmp or S..port el the
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OLD MILL IS TO HUM
VrllEN NEW CROP COMES
The Condon Milling Co. is re
building the old mill on upper
Main street and will have it
ready for operation as soon as the
new crop is harvested. The ex
terior will be partly refiniahed
and a coat of paint will cover.up
all traces of thefire. The inter
ior will be almost entirely renn
iahed. The machinery all needs
overhauling and fixing. The
flour ground last year by this
mill was as good as any ever
brought to Condon and under the
management of W. G. NeVill
the same quality will be produced
when the mill starts grinding
E, J, Clough of Portland is iu
Condon looking after his busibess
Franklin Hurlburt returned
from Portland Saturday. He
has been attending school there.
D. B. Trimble is a new subscri
ber on the Globe's list.
H. H. Hendricks of Fossil was
in Condon Sunday on his way
home from a visit in Portland.
Mike Foley went to Gwendolen
J. L Dill Is Injured
J. E. Dill, Clem rancher.
tained a . broken collarbone
morning when the horse he
riding fell and threw him.
was chasing another horse
was close up when the first horse
fell and his saddle horse fell over
the other horse. The first horse
was killed but the saddle horse
was uninjured. Dr. Wilhelm
was called and reduced the fracture.
Six race horses from Walla1
Walla arrived at the local track
Miss Georgia Smith of May-
ville is visiting her friends in
Condon this week.
1917 model Deering harvester
in first class - running order.
Call or address J. Z. Weimar,
Clem, Oregon. 8tf
WOOD FOR SALE;
J will bell 16-inch wood at my
place in Lost Valley for $4 per
cord. This wood is full 16
inches and will be sold only
for cash. See J. J. Hetzler.
Water pipe, dump wagona gas
oline engines, and other ma
terial and equipment. WAR
rn Construction Co. Seel
A. B. Robertson or Sidney
Brown mare weight about 1800
pounds branded JB (connect
ed) on left shoulder. Suitable
reward for her recovery.
A. B. Smith, Hotel Oregon,
One grey mare, branded NH
(connected) on right shoulder.
Has roached mane. Suitable
reward offered for information
)eading,to her recovery. Notify
Ned Howland, Olex, Oregon.
FOR SALE: '
6 good fresh milch cows from
3 to 6 years old. Apply Doc
Brown, Condon. 8pdl2
One capable of taking care of
children, Wages $30 per
month. Write or. see Mrs.
Gross at Barker's Store. 6tf .
Purebred Barred 'Plymouth
Rocks of quality aud . from
heavy laying strains, eggs $2
1 per 15. Also Mammoth Bronze
turkey eggs 20 cents each.
E. H. Hartman,
' Fossil, Oregon.
dJmmtty m?J&r 1 iWf fr-V T
J WHICH VILL IT BE
Are you going to tack or bulk
your grain? We can supyly
you with sacks at 23 12 cents,
, with a nine cent differential
making your tack cost you
about 8 12 cents net. :
If you are going to bulk your
grain, prepare now. We have
a good supply of grain bin
material on hand. '
Buy a thrift stamp today.
..ARLINGTON LUMBER CO.;
Hot WaUr Beat in Every Room
C A. Ftnton. Proprietor
Clean Room Beat Maa's Home Cooking in Condon, Oregon
. EH. WILBURN f
WELL CONTRACTOR AND DRILLER !
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED -
CONDON, OREGON ,
WE ARE EQUIPPED
TO HANDLE YOUR TIRE TROUBLES
IN EVERY WAY
IT WILL PAT
TO HAVE IT
' Send them In by Parcel Post
or when in Arlington come in and see what we can do
for your old tires.
Arlington Vulcanizing Works
' Arlington, Oregon