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Men's Suits Conley's
' Beautiful Patterns
, Lasting Materials
Warm and Stylish
Conley's Come in and see them
SEE MY SAMPLES BEFORE YOU GO ELSEWHERE TO BUY
THAT SUIT WHICH YOU NEED AND WHICH YOU
FEEL YOU OUGHT TO BUY VERY JUDICIOUSLY.
My suits are of the very latest patterns and
designs. My prices are normal and the
quality I show you is the best you
will see this winter.
: A. Conley, the Tailor
First National Bank Building CONDON, OREGON
'" NOTICE ...
Annual me iug of Farmer
Union and election ' of officers
Saturdu' Dee. 28 2 P. M. at
George Vehraltf.Tnrusday fur
a visit in Portland. j
George Greiner left Tbrusda
morning for a visit in Portland
Frances By era spent the holi
day at her home in Portland.
John Stewart of Fossil was in
J. R. Evans is a new subscriber
on the Globe's list.
S. B. Couture went to Portland
Saturday to be with his ch ildren
Miss Ariel McQueen went to
Portland Saturday for her holiday
One brown yearling stud colt,
branded lazy S (w) on left
shoulder, snip in face and white
hind foot. Will give suitable
reward for information leading
to his recovery. S. B. Amis,
Mrs. J. J. Portwood spent
Christmas with her daughter in
The Summit Street Hotel
Daris & Caven, Proprietors
The rooms have been thoroughly renovated
and are clean. The restaurant will serve the
best of meals at all hours ::: ::: :::
We Specialize in Good Coffee
"" Your Patronage Is Solicited
ALBERT DAVIS GEORGE CAVEN
who was chewing and
swapping yarns with the
men on the Post Office
corner. "Have a chew,"
says he to Jake. Jake
doesn't think he's chew
ing unless his cheek bulges
out like he had the mumps.
"Call that a chew?" he
snorts. "Surer' says the
salesman. This is Real
Gravely. That small chew
satisfies, and the longer
you chew it the better it
tastes. That's why it doesn't
cost anything extra to
chew this class of tobacco."
it t fmnifthl't mij smnHl
Peal Gravely Chewing Plug
each piece packed in a pouch
100 Printed Envelopes for $1 at Globe
CAN YOU FIGURE?
WYOMING ELK HUNT
Continued from page 1
and made tnroa that we discovered.
There may have been many more that
we did not tee and this proves the in.
efficiency of the Wyoming game laws.
Tna deputy state gsme wardens bsve
been weighed in the balance and found
wanting. I do not believe that in
every hundred violations there is one
prosecution. It appears that there it
I only one way to save this last remain-
ing herd of big game and that is federal
; control. The government should take
; charge and patrol all the Jackson Hole
country with military police and that
would make it as hard to violate the
(tame laws and Ret away with it as it
, is to rob a poitofflce. This will go far
toward saving the elk that are fast
disappearing under present conditions.
The next day, October 7, we packed
and started the ponies toward home.
The trails were still slippery but we
got along without accident until over
the mountain. Down on the river we
came to a Deaver dam that had to be
crossed and the water was about three
feet deep. The horses got through in
good shape but when the burro reached
the deepest place be laid down, evid
ently with the intention of committing
auicide by drowning. The guides roped
him, pulled him out and gave him a
good beating. However, there was
nothing lost but Vail's temper which
be soon partially regained. The next
day we fished down the river and took
pictures, arriving at the Vail ranch
about four o'clock. We brought out
600 pounds of jerked meat and the hides
and horns weighed 400 pounds. We
were now very eager to get to Idaho
Falls, a distance of 76 miles, and the
next day we at last aucceeded in hiring
a lady to take us in a Ford after
making arrangements with Leon to
send the meat, hides and heads at the
first opportunity. This he did and they
arrived in Condon 'in due time. This in
the story of our elk hunt and I hope
some readers have got little pleasure
out of reading about a trip which gave
Clyde and I a great deal.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE
COUNTY OF MULTNOMAH
la the matter of the Estate of Hugh
C Strickland, deceased.
NOTICE NO. 14076 OF SALE OF
Notice Is hereby given, That under
and by virtue of an ordtr of sale, made
and entered in the above entitled court
and cause, on the 23rd day of Decem
ber, 1818, and by virtue of the power
and authority vested in me in the Last
Will and Testament of Hugh I'. Strick
land, deceased, I will on the 25th dsy
of January, 1919, subject to confirma
tion of said court, sell at private sale,
to the higheat and best offer and bid,
the following described real estate, be
longing to said estate to-wit:
The Southeast Quarter, and the East
Half of the Southwest Quarter of
Section Thirteen (13), and the North
east Quarter of Section Twenty-four
(24) in Township Three (S) South of
Range Twenty (20), and the North
east Qusrter of the Northeast Qusr
ter, and the Southwest Quarter of
the Northeast Quarter, and the South
east Quarter of the Northwest Quar
ter, and the South Half of the South
east Quarter, and the Northwest
Quarter of the Southeast Quarter,
and the South Half of the Southwest
Quarter, and the Northeaat Quarter
of the SouthwesS Quarter of Section
Eighteen (18) and the North Half of
the Northeast Quarsr, and the North-
east Quarter of the Northwest Qusr
ter, and the Southwest Quarter of
the Northwest Quarter of Section
Nineteen (i9), and the Southwest
Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of
Section Seventeen (17) in Township
Three 3 South of Range Twenty
one (21), all East of the Willamette
Meridian, in Gilliam county, Oregon.
Terms of Sale, Sealed bids or offers
may be filed with, or made to me at
my office, 324 Henry Building, Port
land, Multnomah county, Oregon, up
to the hour of ten o'clock in the fore
noon of the 25th day of January, 1919.
Fifteen per cent of the amount offered
or bid shall accompaay the offer or bid,
the balance, cash, of the total purchase
price to be paid upon the confirmation
of such sale, by the above entitled
G. E. Hamaker,
Executor of the Estate of
Hugh C. Strickland, Deceased.
If you care to stop in and investigate
we will show you how we can save you
from 5 to 10 per cent on every article in
our line of
Staple and Fancy Groceries
but still maintaining our well known
reliable qualities guaranteed to be the
best we can possibly procure for you.
HOW ABOUT YOUR FUEL?
1 have the agency for Rock Springs coal
have plenty on hand and can deliver it
at any time. I do all kinds of light and '
heavy hauling. Phone in your orders,
H. P. SMITH, CONDON
FOR THE LAND'S SAKE!
Improve it. 1 Dest for you and
Lest for the land .
Real estate is going up and certain men are go
ing up with it These are the men who are
getting some Gilliam county land today.
We have lots and property exchanges that will
Advantageous bargains that you should inves
Dwelling house cheap. $400 down and balance
in easy payments
I need more farms to selllist yours with
F. T. HURLBURT
How's Yo.r Insurance? I Can Fix It
Is Promoted at This Store
Everybody is expected to economize, to
save all that is possible, and to this end
wo ask you to come in and price our
large stock of
Our stock has been carefully selected
and economically bought and we are now
Belling for cash only. This is economy
for both of us and every customer will
positively get the same treatment here.
The S. B. Barker Co. .
The Quality Store :: Condon, Oregon
Service Shop Printing Is Satisfying
We invite yoi to compare our Ed.
V. Price suit values with any in
town. .. .. .. ..
We are not afraid of any compari- ,
son you can give these offerings as 'J.
we know if you give them a rigid
test it will only bring out their 4
merits more clearly. .. ' ..
The new samples and styles look
good to us. They will to you. Come
arid see. Open Sundays.
Exclusive Store for Men. ' Condon, Oregon
I am now dealing in Real Estate, Jacks,
Mules, Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs.
Anyoue having anything of this kind for
sale or trade will do well to see me :: ::
Condon, Oregon i
WELL CONTRACTOR AND DRILLER
Cor. Summit and Main