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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (May 28, 1897)
3fecd Jiver Slacier.
Published every Friday by
, 6. F. Bl.YTHE.
Terms of Subscription $1.50 a year when
paid iu advance; 82 if not paid tu advance.
FRIDAY, MAY 28, ISO".
With tUis issue the Glacier begins
lis ninth volume. For eight years it
has made weekly visits, bringing the
local news to its subscribers. We have
eason to believe its work is appre
ciated, a .the subscription list has
steadily grown since the first issue,
without any effort at soliciting. The
Glacikii is read by every one in the
valley u ho i'kii read, and nearly every
reader pay the publisher, unless he is
a borrower, in which case he is cheat
ing the publisher out of only one dollar
ami lli'iy'cents a year, less tie cost of
material and labor. The files of the
Glacikk give a pretty accurate history
of Hood Hiver for the past eight years.
The person who "has preserved every
copy of the paper since it started has
tiie uiopt valuable work contained hi
any- library in the valley. ;
Binger Hermann has written a letter
to the seriate committee investigating
the workings of the civil service law
and rules, advising a curtailment of
the rules made by Mr. Cleveland. This
mi'ttles it. The civil service law will be
et aside when it interferes with the
appointment of office seekers. Binger
Number of Plants to the Acre.
The following table will be found of
value to berry growers. It shows the
numlicr of plants to the acre given in
js x 12.....
18 x is
w x ao
i!t x is
24 X IM
. X It
;u x 12
iO X Hi ;
M) X -4)
Ml x 'H
31 X (.... A
k,i x ia
)i x l
Si x so.
80 X 30...
42 X 12...
42 x 24...
42 x Sit...
42 x 42...
48 x 12...
48 X 18...
48 x H...
48 x ao...
48 x 3d...
48 X 48..i
60 x SO...
) X 48...
Strawberry "otes. .
The first carload of strawberries for
the Hen koi i was shipped May 23d by the
iiood Hiver union.
Lee Moise is in Montana in the in
terest of the Davidson Fruit Company.
The Davidson Fruit Company started
a carload of strawberries toward the
Missouri river Tuesday..
, The union shipped its third oar east
l ist night.
At 1). II. Sears' place, on the East
Hide, there ia a one-year-old strawberry
plant that lcats H. L. Crapper'sall out
tf sight. .This one on Mr. Sears' place
has 130 berries set.
Hon. 'IV R. Coon left for Montana
Saturday lust,, and Mr. G. R. Ctstner
on same day for the East, both in the
interest of the Hood River Fruit Grow
ers' Union. ...
' Koine big days' work in strawberry
packing have been reported. One lady
U said to have packed 25 crates in one
nitty. The berries will average about 5(1
to'tlie pottud. To pack 25 crates, un
wti they twre thrown into the boxes
t.y the handful and topped oft, it
Would be necessary to handle about
Strawberry pickers came here during
the past week in such numbers that
the market or their labor was over
stocked, and a good many have been
nimble to find employment. They
eame by train and boat, afoot and by
wagons from Eastern Oregon ana
Washington. The Indians are not
here in such numbers as heretofore. A
letter class of people have come this
feasoti than ever before. About 1500
men, women and children are now en
gaged in picking and packing straw
berries. Those here now can probably
all tliui employment before the season
is over, but no more are wanted.
Our lierry growers can not be too
careful in packing their frijit. There
is a good deal of complaint by people
iu town who have bought boxes of
Htrawberries jthat were topped out with
a layer of handsome berries, while the
balance of t lie box were culls of the
Kxrest quality. A person who would
j.nu-k berries in this shape could notex
jiect to sell twice to the same.customer.
And if the berries are shipped in this
condition the grower will have no right
to t orn plain if bis returns are less than
his neighbor, who packs his berries
in good shape. .Commission men are
jniek to Jearti the brands and soon
know who puts up good fruit and who
loes not. The crates properly packed
are sold first, while inferior brands sell
last and always at a less price. The
. jrower who tries to cheat in packing
fruit cheats only himself. "Put your
conscience in every box," as Mr. Coon
advises, and your brand will .soon
leach the top.
Wednesday of last Week Rev. E. M.
Wilbur of Portland and W. A. Lan
gille elinilied to the summit of Mount
Hood, making the ascent from Cloud
Cap Inn in a little less than six hours.
The.v tald but a few minutes on the
summit, bere the air was warm and
comlortable and the view in the clear
air remarkably fine. The Columbia
could be seen from Arlington to Ka
lama, and Saddle mountain, south of
Astoria, was distinctly seen, also some
buildings in the vicinity of Portlaud.
This is, by six weeks, the earliest as
cent of Mt. Hood ever made, no one
having previously made the climb
earlier than July. There is much less
snow on the mountain than usual at
this season, and the climbing was un
expectedly easy. The roads are clear
of snow up to within two miles of.
Cloud Cap Inn. .
During the latter part of last week
ftrawbep'y growers were short on piclc
, i n, The officers of the union sent to
F. M. Stout, of Portland,, ordering '43.
Ktout advertised for 100, but sent no
more than was called for by the union.
These 45 were given cards to be pre
sented to 'the secretary of the union.
The ad In the Oregonia'n brought hun
dred. of others who never went to the
iigent In Portland, but came direct to
tlvod River. The eonseijueuce was
ttiut pickers we id Kdeeted from among
Die whole crowd by the Ihmt.v growers
until they jtot all. they needed, and
many of those holding cards were left.
The union officials have done the best
! they could to find work for all sent to
Ithein. Mr. 8. E. Bai'tmess wrote the
Oreuonian Tuesday that Hood River
hud more pickers than could find work.
The total daily shipments of straw
berry crates to dale have been as fol
lows: May 11
Total shipments to date 6360
.Memorial services will be held in the
Methodist church, Sunday, May 30th.
Comrades of the Gra'nd Army and
ladies of the Relief Corps have been de
tailed to decorate the graves of soldiers
in the Pine Grove, Idlewilde and Irv
ing cemeteries. Besides the special de
tails made for this purpose,all comrades
and their wives and daughters are re
quested to visit the cemeteries on tiieir
way to town on the morning of Memo
rial day and decorate the soldiers'"
graves. Those comiug troni me J;ast
Bide will visit Pine Grove cemetery:
those from the West Side, in passing
either Idlewilde or Irving cemeteries,
will stop and decorate. Flags will tie
placed Oil soldiers' graves early on the
morning of Memorial day as follows:
Comrades Isaac Howe and B. Hull,
at Irving cemetery.
- Comrade A. K. Jsenbcrg, in Idlewilde
cemetery. ; . ,
Comrade Claus Hoak, in Pine Grove
Dr. H. K. Hiues will deliver
the memorial sermon at 11 a. m.
Sunday, May 30th. .
Comrades of Can by post and mem
bers of the Relief Corps and Sons of
Veterans will meet, at urand Army
ball Sunday morning at 10:30, and
march iu a body to the church. They
will meet at same place at 2 o'clock,
and march to the church for the exer
cises by the Grand Army and Relief
Uorps. All old soldiers and tneir iam
ilies are invited to join with us on this
occasion. . . -
A monument to the unknown dead
will be erected iu the church, over
which the Grand Army and Relief
Corps will hold their services according
to the ritual, at 2:30 in the afiernoou.
This will tie followed by the follow
Hesitation, "Three Cheers for the Brave"...
Recitation, "Sleep, Soldier, Sleep"
- Recitation, "You Put no Flowers on My
Pupa's Grave" Nellie Clark
Recitation, "The Pride of Battery B"
Recitation, "The Silent Grand Army"
.. Emma Cunning
Recitation, "Flowers tor the Brave"
Recitutton, "On the Field of Shlloh" :.
Recitation, "Two Southern Mothers"
- Flossie Phelps
Recitation, "Memorial Day" Pearl Isenberg
Recitation , Lena Isenberg
Committee on Music M. P. Isenberg
and Mrs. E. L. Smith.
Committee on Monument O. L.
Committee on decoration of church
Mrs. O. L. Strauahan and Mrs. George
Committees to Decorate Graves At
Pine Grove cemetery, Comrades S.
Copple, J. B. Rand and M. V. Rand
and their wives; Idlewilde, Comrades
A. L. Phelps, T. J. Cunning and D.G.
Hill and tiieir wives; Irving, Comrades
W. B. Perry, E. I). Calkins and S.
Koplin and their wives.
All school children are invited to
come to Grand Army hall at 2 o'clock
and march with the veterans to the
Comrades and others living at a dis
tance, who desire to attend the services
iu the morning, can bring lunches and
camp for an hour or so in Parkhurst.
By order of the committee.
. T.. J. Cunning, Secretary.
' Wasco County Lndeavcrers.
The annual convention of the Wasco
County Christian Endeavor Union met
in regular session at the Valley Christ
ian church on Thursday and Friday of
last week. ' Something over fifty del
egates were in attendance, and all were
possessed of that enthusiasm which
seemingly characterizes every member
of Christian Endeavor societies. Sev
eral addresses were given, all of which
were interesting, including the address
of welcome by Rev. J. L. Hershnerof
Hood River and the response by.G. E.
Stewart of The Dalles; also, an able
lecture on the life of Christ, by Rev.
J. A. Wickham of Portland, and the
talk on junior work by Mrs. W. D.
Palmer, also of The Dalles. Mrs. Wil
son of The Dalles gave a graphic de
scription of the island of Hawaii and
the progress of missionary work among
the natives that was quite instructive
The music furnished by the young
people of Hood River was splendid, and
the several devotional services were ed
ifying and impressive. At the busi
ness hour several mutters of profit and
importance were taken up and consid
ered, at the close of which officers were
elected as follows: President, Miss Alice
Cleaver, Hood River; first vice presi
dent, W. T. Hibbard, Hood River; sec
ond vice president, James Powell, Du
fur; secretary, F. A. Ernst, The Dalles;
treasurer, Saliua Phirmin, The Dalles;
junior superintendent, Mrs. Rachel1
Hershner, Hood River.
lrl It. Hicks' Paper 5 Months for 25c.
The publishers propose to send a copy t
of Word and Works 5 months, from
June to October inclusive, to new sub
scribers only as a trial order, for 25;
cents, and in addition thereto, give
each trial subscriber free a copy of a
little book of 04 pages, which contains
select chapters of a work by Rev. Irl
R. Hicks, which is to be the crowning
work of his life. Tills is a rare oppor
tunity for any one to sttjdy the storm
forecasts throughout the corning sea
son, besides the many other good
things iu Word and Works of interest,
to each member of the family. The
regular price of this little book alone is
5 cents. Send 25 cents and your ad
dress to Woni, and Works Pub. Co.,
2201 Locust street, St. Louis, Mo,
To Cure a ('old iu One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. Williams & Brosius refund the
money if it fails to cure. 25c
McKitilcy Following Cleveland.
Developments in regard to the pass
age of the senate's belligerency resolu
tion show that President McKinley
has adopted the exact policy of Pres
ident Cleveland on the subject of Cuba.
He used all his influence to prevent the
adoption of the pernicious Morgan res
olution and to stave offinterference by
either house of congress with the exec
utive department in diplomatic affairs.
He has placed himself on the same
ground that President Cleveland occu
pied. He has asserted that the dipfo
maey of the government is exclusively
within the jurisdiction of the executive
department up to the point where it
becomes a matter of declaring -war.
That power belongs exclusively to con
gress. So the constitution says.
The position of President McKinley
on this question is correct'. It is that
of President Cleveland, taken at the
suggestion of Secretary of State OIney,.
a man of clear brains and high cour
age, with but few equals and no supe
riors in the history of American dip
lomacy. Secretary of State Sherman
holds views on this subject now quite
different from those which he held
when he postured as a jingo senator.
He also asserts, as his immediate pre
decessor asserted, that the diplomatic
affairs of the government are undjr ex
clusive control of the department of
state, where he is at the head, under
the direction of the president.
Putting a man in a high position,
where he has' a great responsibility
that of preserving peace or of precip
itating war with foreign nations
tends to make him more conservative
and patriotic than he woud be where
he could play the part of a mere
demagogue and take no risk either to
himself or to the country for which he
would be held to accountability. In
the senate Sherman would have sup
ported the belligerency resolution. In
the state department he regards its
passage as a serious public mistake and
a misfortune. Chicago Chronicle.
-Bailey's Plain Talk.
Congressman Bailey is a man of
whom his constituents may truly be
proud, iu whom it is safe to put their
trust, and one who is sure to serve
them well. His remarks on a recent
occasion may well serve as valuable
counsel to every young man iu public
life. "The social life," he say s 'is the
curse of Washington. You go out to
dinner, talk to women, and come back
unfitted for study. It is wrong to ap
peal to a man through his stomach. I
sometimes ask friends to dine with me
at the tavern, and when the meal is
over I leave them. I don't like to be
told whatJE must 'wear. My constit
uents don't care about my clothes so
long as' they are not fantastic or dirty.
I am a young man and have to study.
I don't have time to do all the work I
ought to do, and no one can who goes
to parties and dinners. A represent
ative should work for bis constituents.
I can't spare the time for social affairs."
This ia a brief condensation of the bril
liant Texan's plain talk. It is such
men at Washington that, after all, will
wear longest, shine brightest, and gain
the highest degree of the confidence of
their countrymen. Welcome.
Circuit court convened at The Dalles
Monday. Present, Judge Bradsliavv,
Prosecuting Attorney Jayne, Clerk
Kelsay and Sheriff Driver.
B. R. Tucker, Chris Dethmah, J. B.
McGill, Lafayette Davis, John Ciites,
Wanen Miller and W. H. H. Dufur
were selected as grand jurors.
The court appointed B. S. Hunting
ton, A. S. Bennett and W. II. Wilson
as a committee to draft resolutions on
the death of Hon. L. L. McArthur,
formerly judge of this district.
J. Doherly was appointed as bailiff
for the grand jury and .1. B. Crosseu
and J. Jackson court bailiffs.
The Westfield (Tnd.) News prints the
following in regard to an old resident
of that place: "Frank McAvoy, for
many years in the employ of the L., N.
A. & C. Ry. here, says: '1 have used
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and diar
rhoea Remedy for ten years or longer
atu never without it in my family. I
consider it the best remedy of the kind
manufactured. I take pleasure in rec
ommending it.' " It is a specific for
all bowel disorders. For sale by , Will
lams and Brosius. '
WANTED SEVERAL FAITHFUL MEN
or women to travel for responsible estab
lished house In Oregon. Salary i70, payable
$10 weekly and expenses. Position perma
nent. Reference. . Enclose self-addressed
stamped envelope. The National, Star Build
ing, Chicago. sepl
To Residents of Hood River and vicinity:
Having decided o locate in Hood River, t
hereby announce that 1 am prepared to do
House Painting, Paper Hanging, Wall Tint
ing, etc., at prices to suit tiie times.
Soliciting a share of your patronage, I am
E. H. PICKARD,
Hood River, Oregon.
To the citizens of Hood River and vicinity:
Owing to other business which makes it
Impossible to attend to Fainting, etc., I have
decided to a nit that line of business in favor
of E. H. Plckard, who, I tUnk, will give youl
entire satisiactioo. xnanKing tncpuDiictor
past favors and patronage, 1 am, respectfully,
11128 . E. L. ROOD.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office nt The Dalles, Oregon, May 8,
1897. Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing named settler has filed notice of his in
tention to make flnal proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made before
Register and Receiver at The Dalles, Oregon,
on June 29. 1897, viz: . , .
ARTHUR L. DAGGETT,
Hd. E. No. 4119, for the lots 1, 2, S and 4, sec
tion 8, township 2 north, range 11 cast, W. M.
He names the fallowing witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of, said land, viz:
J. J. Lewis. S. D. Fisher. L. J. Davennort
nd Newel Harlan, all of Mosier, Oregon.
CiUJiS VAS. P, lOORli, itegtster.
Owing to the limited amount of water that
can be furulshed for irrigation, the Hood
Hiver Sprms Water Co. has adopted the fol
Parties living south of Oak street will irri
gate from 5 to I) o'clock, p. in., and those liv
ing north of same street, from 5 to 8 a. in.
In irrigating, the regulation half-Inch nozzle
must be used and the water applied in the
form of syrayor sprinkle and in no other
Terms for irrigation Per lot, or fraction of a
lot, 75 cents a month.
All water lor irrigating must be applied and
paid for before using.
Any violation of these rules will subject the
parties so oft'ending to forfeiture of the privi
lege oi lrritnuioii. .
HOOD KIVER SPRING WATER CO.
Clod crusher and leveler. Adapted to all
soils and all work for which a harrow is
needed. Practically Indestructible. Cheapest
riuing narrow on earrn; sens ior aoout tne
same as an ordinary drng.
C. E. MABKHAM.
Agent for Hood River.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Vancouver, Wash., May 4,
1897. Notice Is hereby given that the lollow-lng-nuined
settler has filed notice of his Inten
tion to make flnal proof in support of bis
claim, and that said proof will be made before
C. G. Green, Clerk Superior Court for Skama
nia county, wash., at Stevenson, wash., on
June 22, 1897, viz:
JOHN A. EKSTROM,
H. E. No. 8035, for the northeast northeast
4 section io, ana norm norm west section
11, township 3 north, range 9 cast, W. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of, said land, viz:
John M. Coulter. Geonre M. Berrv. John P.
Gillette and Sam Samson, all of Chenoweth,
wasn. jj. . shaw,
niy7Jll - Register.
Tuckke, Oregon, April 12. 1897.
To Our Friends and Patrons: '
We thank you for your past patronage and
will now announce that we are better pre
pared to serTe you than ever before. New
Sample Book for Spring and Summer of 1897,
just received. See our samples and prices
before you buy a suit of clothes. We defy
competition and will comporegoods and
prices with any would-be competitor at their
pleasure. We se)l them' cheaper than they
can buy them on the old system. ,
Yours for bargains,
15. It. TUCKER,
Fruit Ranch for Sale.
Sixty acres of land on the East Fork of
nooci river; 8 acres cieareo; out) inut trees in
full bearing, 11 years old; plenty of water for
Irrigation; good house and barn. This place
is in the apple belt; no pests on fruit trees
Apply to . R. COOPER,
Mt. Hood P. O., Hood River Valley.
In the best and most artistic styles at the Old
Reliable Khoeahop one door west of postofflce.
Ladies' line work a specialty. All work war
ranted. C. WELDS, Prop'r.
We have now completed 5 miles of the ditch
and mime and ask all those that signed for
stock and agreed to pay 10 per cent on the
completion of each mile, to call and make ar
rangements to settle for the portion now due.
We have done our part and expect each and
every person to do his part. We have the
list at the planer.
There is now about J2.500 unpaid of the
amount subscribed in this war. in sums rang
ing from S10 up to S200. Following Is a copy of
ine agreement maue wun me vauey, im
"We, the undersigned, hereby agree to take
the number of shares of the paid up capital
stock of the Valley Improvement Company
of Hood Hiver set opposite our respective
names, and hereby promise and agree m pay
to the treasurer of said company on or before
the completion of each and every mile of
dlteh or flume 10 per centum (two dollars for
each and every share subscribed) of the
amount shown in the column on the right of
our respective names hereto subscribed."
Mt. Hood Saw Mills,
. TOMLINSON BftOS., Prop'rs.
FIR MID PINE LUMBER
Of the best quality always on hand at prices
to suit the times. Jy21
Ray's Little Cathartic
For constipation, headache, biliousness, in
digestion, sallow complexion and diseases
arising from disordered liver, stomach and
kidneys. Price 25 cents, at the Hood River
Wade's Worm Powders
A pleasant, safe and efficient worm de
stroyer. Price 2 cents, at the Hood River
Monroe's Cough Balsom
A prompt and efficacious remedy for colds,
coughs, influenza, croup, bronchitis, sore
throat, hoarseness and all affections of the
throat, lungs and bronchial tubes. Price 2oc,
50c and 81, at the Hood River Pharmacy.
G. T. FllATHER,
H. C. Cok.
PRATHER & COE,
Real Estate a nfl InsoraiicB,
93 Oak St., bet. 2d and 3d.
We have lots, blocks and acreage In the
town of Hood Riverjalso, fruit, hay and nerry
farms and timber claims in he most desira
ble locations in the valley. If yon have any
thing in the real estate line to sell or rent, or
if you want to buy, give us a call.
Deeds, bonds and mortgages promptly and
We will ttlso attend to legal business in Jus
We are also agents for SOUTH WAUCOM A
PRATHEJFT & COE.
- ' ap27 .
House and 3 Lots.
House containing 5 rooms, and three lots on
corner of block, sit'.iated in Wnticoma addi
tion. Will be sold cheap. For further partic
ulars Inquire of L. HENRY.
Lessons in Piano Music.
Miss Anna Smith has resumed the teaching
of tyluslc. Iler prices are 50 cents a lesson. J10
We will sell for cash
Arbuckle's coffee, per lb 15c
Lion's coffee, per lb 15c
Our Blend coffee, per lb .... 30c
Mocha and Java coffee, per lb 35c
D. Q. Sugar, per sack 5 35
Dairy Salt, per sack 45c
Stock Salt, per sack 30c
Cheese, per H. 15c
Lard, per lb ; i
See Our BARGAIN COUNTER in Shoes & Hats.
Is the season of newness. New sap Is In the trees, new buds on the boughs, new bird
lings in new nests, now flowers In the forests, new grass In the fields. Nature cleans houso
when winter goes, and decks herself in new apparel. And she makes mankind feel the need
of a renewing, too. Perhaps yoti, or some of your family, are suffering from the malady pe
culiar to the approach of spring. Though not dangerous, It is unpleasant. Unaccustomed
languor and disinclination for exertion are among its symptoms. It is NEW BLOOD the
system is craving. . ... . -
NEW BLOOD means NEW LIFE!
NEW LIFE . means
We have a beautiful window full of NEW BLOOD MAKING MEDICINES to show yon.
Take a look at them the next time you are passing, or even make a point of coming round
our way specially for that purpose. It will pay you to see the sight, even though yon don't
buy. . .. .
. Compound Syrup of Karsaparilla, ,1 1 bottle. ............ ..$1 00'
Compound Syrup Hypophospbites, , 1 3 bottle 2 50
Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil, 6 bottles 4 60
Kola Wine, and Beef, Iron and -Wine.- J 12 bottles 8 50 '
Malt Extract---EPdo7.eu? bost' superior ") mnny- 25 060,8 per bot,lc;
Your money back on any of thee Blood Medicines If, after trying one bottle, you are not
WILLIAMS & BROSIUS, Druggists.
We have just received a full stock
selling as follows:
Men's. Suits from S12.50 down to ..$3 50
Yonth'sStiits, with long pants, age 13 to 18, 6 50
Youth's Suits, with long pants, age 13 to 18, 5 00
Boys' Sulta, with knee pants 4 50
Boys' Suits, with knee pants S 25
These prices cannot be duplicated by any concern in Oregon. Call and see.
A. S. BLOWERS & SON.
H. F. DAVIDSON,
VEHICLES, GARDEN TOOLS,
Grass Seeds, Fertilizers, Etc., Etc.
' A new and complete line of ; ,
Canton Clipper Chilled and Steel Plows and
Cultivators, Planet Jr. Garden.Tools,
Studebaker Vehicles and
GET PRICES BEFORE BUYING ELSEWHERE.
At the old stand, opposite Mt. Hood Hotel.'
GEO. P. CROWELL,
Successor to E. L. Smith Oldest Established House In the valley .J
AND ' "
Flour, Feed, Etc., Etc.
HOOD RIVER, - - - . - - OREGON
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Choice Fresh Meats.
Hams. Bacon, Lard,
And All Kinds of Game. ,
, ; . ALSO, DEALERS IN ' . . V
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
HOOD RIVER, - '., - - -
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER0nBdu?1edr,yalekriaf.';
Wall Paper, Paints, Oils, etc., etc. Agent for the Bridal Veil Lumber Company,
until further notice:
Soda, per pkge... 6c
Gold Bust, per pkge .". 20c
Washing Soap, per box 60c
Battle Ax Tobacco, per It) 25o
20 yards calico for..... ..1 00
18 yards Gingham ...1 00
20 yards unbleached Muslin.... ..1 00
25 per cent off on underwear. ' '
You rs for Low Prices,
.-ISTJD ds' SCOT.
of Men's and Boys' Suits, which we are
.. ' . ;
Boys' Suits, with knee pants.. 2 50
Boys' Suits, with knee pants ..' 1 75
Boys' Knee Punts, corduroy , 85o
Boys' Knee Pants, wool 60c
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