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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (July 21, 1904)
IS NOW IN FULL BLAST AT
l&he Up-to-Bate Store
Ladies New Shirt Waists, 1.50, 1.75,
2.00, 2.50 to 3.95, to close out,
P. N. Corsets-20 dozen-1.00, 1.25,
1.50, 2.00, at Half Price
Ladies' Muslin Underwear, Skirts, Night
Gowns, Drawers, Corset Covers,
prices too numerous to mention
all at Factory Prices
Ladies' Fancy Hosiery, 50c, tS5c, 75c
grades, special 3 pairs for $1.00
Wash Goods Slauhtered-18c, 20c, 25c,
30c and 35c goods, per yd. I2c
Ladies' Cloaks -1903 styles 12.00,
15.00, 18.00, 20.00 to 25.00,
to close . 4.95
10.00, 9.00, 7.50, 6.75, G.00, to
4.90 garments for 2.95
Men's Suits Large sizes, 40, 42, 44,
every suit in stock reduced... Half Price
Boys' Clothing in odd lines, every suit
reduced Half Price
Straw Hats-2.50, 2.00, 1.50, 1.25,
all to close, each 50c
Men's Summer Underwear
75c goods for 50
1.00 " 75
1.50 " " 1.00
1.00 and 75c lines for 50
1.50 and 1.25 lines for .95
Men's Caps 75c, G5c, 50c values to
close, each 25c
Odd Shoes Men's, Ladies and Chil
dren'sat Clearance Prices
O. R. & N. TIME TABLE.
No. 2, Chicago Special, 11:43 a. m.
No. (, Spokane Flyer, 8:38 p. ra.
No. tl, Mull and EipreHS, 10:50 p. ra.
No. 21, Way Freight, 12:10 p. m.
No. 21 Kant Freight, 4:05 a. m.
No. 1, 1'oi tland Hpeclnl. 8:03 p. m.
No. H, Portland Flyer, 5:i a. ra.
No. 5, Mull and KxproHH, 4:48 a. ra.
No. 2M, Way Freight, 0:25 a. m.
No. 21, Fast Freight, 5:45 p. m.
Hood River Weather Report.
For week ending Tuesday, July 19: Mean
maximum, 74; mean minimum, 51; mean, 62.5.
lllghexl temperature, W July 19; lowest 48,
night ol July 14. Precipitation, .19.
D. N. BYEHLEE, Local Observer.
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
Fur bargains in Silverware, see Clarke,
U.Iewood Ice Cream. Few as good.
Scotland's ice cream at Tompkins &
Li.nciies served at all hours at Stu
art's confectionery and cafe.
Cocoa menier and chocolate menier at
Bone & McDonald'".
A car load of "Upper CruHt" flour just
received, try it.OREGON LUMBER CO.
Use Williams' anti-septic hair tonic
and keep off gray hairs.
Clarke, the jeweler, guarantees all
watch, clock and jewelry repair work.
With the warm weather has come
Swetlund's famous ice cream at Tomp
kins & JoChilllSeil'S.
Best ice cream made in the North
west Swetland's . For sale atTompkin's
& JochimsenV ice cream parlors.
A few 75-gallon tanks for spraying pur
poses at Davidson Fruit Co. for 3.50
each. One hundred Sixty-gallon (5.
We invite the public to come in and
get our meat prices. We are polling
boiling meats at bed rock prices. Mayks
When you need a good diamond at the
lo vest porsible figure, quality and size
guaranteed by the cutter, call on Clarke,
Watches, watch chains, rings and
cut glass will lie sold at greatly reduced
prices for the next 15 days to reduce
stock, C. II. Temple.
We are still selling our home made
lard as cheap as other lard can be bought
and we guarantee every bucket. 10s,
tl.30; 5a, C5c ; 3, 40c. Mayes Bbos.
Mayes Bros.' moat market gives notice
that all orders for morning delivery
must be in by 10:45 o'clock. The after
noon delivery will be takon off at 4:30.
Orders at McGuire Bros. 'meat market
for morning delivery must be in by
10:45 o'clock. Hereafter, in the after
noon, the wagon will be taken off at
4 .30. McOdiri Bros.
Extra Star A Star shingles 2 per M.
Second erade $1.50. Lath $2.25 per M.
OREGON LUMBER CO
We want your shipments of first-class
cherries and other fruits. Send for Sten
cil and information free,
A. D. Hixjwers & Co.
I will le in the East doing post-graduate
work in the hospital for a couple of
months, consequently my expenses will
be heavy. I will feel grateful if all who
are owing me will call and settle with
Mrs. Humble or at the bank of Butler &
Co , who will receipt for same.
Dr. Dcmble. .
Hazlewood Ice Cream.
Stores close at 8 o'clock p. in. after
July 4th until further notice.
Furnished Room To rent; nice quiet
one. Inquire Glacier office.
I now have the most complete line of
plain band and set rings in the city, get
my prices before purchasing elsewhere,
Clarke the jeweler.
The Globe Clothing Store has made a
deep cut in clothing prices. Now is
your chance to buy; $10and $12 suits go
at 6.95; 3 and $4 mens' shoes go at
As the representative of the Colum
bia Publishing House we can give from
$50 to $80 per month to local and trav
eling agents. A trip to St. Louis to the
right party with salary and expenses
paid. Jesse W. Rigby. 2t
Washington ice cream at Rowley &
Try " Upper crust" Flour. -It has no
equal. 0. L. Co.
Try the strawberry and pineapple
ices at tne llazelwoou.
Tlione 51 for sack of "Upper Crust'
Flour. Money back if not satiHfied.
Bone & McDonald carry a full line of
chocolate menier and cocoa menier.
For Sale 30 acres timbered land,
tillable, good soil, requiring no irriga
tion ; 2 miles from White Salmon boat
landing, near main road; considerable
wood value on the hind. Price, $000,
cash. George D. Culberlson & Co.
Do your eyes need attention? If so,
call on Clarke, the jeweler and optician.
Vou will find a complete line of eye
glasses and spectacles at Clarke the
I handle all of the standard made
watches, call and get prices, Clarke the
The Davidson Fruit Co. keep a line of
extra quality, medium priced buggies
Watches, clocks and jewelry repaired
at the lowest possible prices, Clarke the
Chocolate menier is absolutely pure,
and guaranteed best made. Get a can
at Bone & McDonald's.
Fresh Chinook Salmon, Halibut,
Shad, Lobsters, and fresh creamery
butter, at McGuire Bros.
S. E. Bartmess has a first class uphol
sterer in hU employ, and is prepared to
do all kinds of repair work.
Remember Tompkins & Jochimson is
the only firm in Hood River that
handles Swetland & Son's ice cream.
Save money by buying your winter
wood now. Trimmings, $1 per load;
Blahs $1.25 per Cord. PHONE 51.
Farm and City Pbopkrty Loans Ne
gotiated on short notice at small cost
and prevailing rates of interest George
D. Culbertson & Co.
For Sale 20 acres, unimproved land,
covered with scattering oak and fir tim
ber, surface sloping and rolling, some
stone?; 8 to 10 acres tillable fruit land;
large living spring; situated l' miles
Irom Hood River on county road; excel
lent, sheltered location for poultry
farming. Price $850. Easy terms.
George D. Culbertson & Co
For Sale The Donahue block on the
hill. Improved and fenced. Fine rexi
deuce, barn and outbuilding?. $450).
Will wll the SE'i for $M0, the NK
for $70D, or the Wty for $3o00. One
tbini ca ll, balance time at 8 per cei.t.
John Lelanj Hendkrson.
Application must be made at the office
of the Hood River Electric Light, Power
and Water Co. before any irrigating is
done. I'atrons living west of fourth
street will use water from 2 to 5 d. m
and from 7 to 10 at night. Those living
East of Fourth street will use the water
from 5 to 11 a. m.
JOHN LELAND HENDERSON,
Water and Light Notice
All water and light bills must lie paid
at the company's ollice each month in
advance, on or before the 10th day of
the month. No collector will be sent
out hereafter.In all cases where bills arc
not promptly paid when due, the ser
vices will be discontinued until all
arrearages are paid.
HOOD RIVER ELECTRIC L. P. &
By John Lelund Henderson, Manager.
Peaches at Coe & Son's.
Orpingtons and Minorcae at Law is'.
G. P. Atchison is agent in Hood Riv
er for the Capital City Nursery Co. of
Wanted In a family of four, a first
class housekeeper and cook, who can
take charge of a house and run it. Good
salary offered. Inquire at this ollice.
Steel frame drag saw with two speed
hitches, and two lengths of stroke. If
you need a power saw, this is what you
want. The price is right at J. U. Nick
elseiiB. Phone house.
In Hood River valley, July 8, 1904, to
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Gatchell, a son.
At the hospital in The Dalles, to Mr.
and Mrs. Will P. Scobee of Hood River,
Free Band Concert.
The Hood River Band will give a free
Band Concert at Belmont Kridav eve.
July 22. A Basket Social and Ice Cream
in connection. Every body come.
Sherman Frank, the saddler and har
ness man, visited in The Dalles last
week with his mother.
The Klickitat Valley Horticultural
society announces that it will hold a
(ruit fair this fall in Goldendale.
Mrs. Benton Mays and daughters are
ramping near Mount Hood postoffice,
about 15 miles from Hood River on one
of the branches of that stream. They
will remain during the summer months.
S. F. Blythe returned Sunday night
from a week's visit in Portland and
Gladstone Park. Miss Clara Blythe
accompanied her father, having just
returned from a two months' trip to the
St. Louis exposition and Eastern cities.
Mrs. B'jthe returned Tuesday, after
three weeks visit with relatives and
friend in Seattle and Portland.
E. R. Bradley is still a very sick man.
He thought he had about recovered
from the strained back, but says about
3 o'clork Monday afternoon he was
taken with severe pains in the back and
suffered much during the night. He
exp-cts to gel his new house on the hill
inclosed by the latter part of this week.
He nays he will not complete the build
ing this fall unless he shoud make sale
of his preeent home place. When com
pleted the new house will be a hand
some addition to the many beautiful
residences of the city.
Mayor A. 8. Blowers left Saturday
(or Portland on business.
It is reported that George Smith will
open a flour and feed store at White
The Wasco Warehouse Milling team
defeated Goldendale last Sunday w ith a
5 to 7 score.
Mies Delpha Hammond of Portland,
arrived Sunday night, and is the guest of
Mrs. Edward Blythe.
Mrs. George T. Prather left Tuesday
morning for Portland as a delegate to
the Grand Lodge meeting of the Degree
Lee Morse limped about on crutches
for a tew dayi last week, having stepped
on a rusty nail which penetrated his
Some one, supposed to be a tramp,
raised a disturbance around the bakery
last Sunday night in an attempt to find
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vaughan left Sat
urday for Willow Flat, where they
spent the week the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Noah Bone.
K. 8. Mayes, family and mother, Mrs.
A. Mayes, have gone on their vacation
to visit with Mrs. B. Mayes' brother,
A. L. Calvin at Toledo, Wash.
Mrs. E. L. Smith returned Monday
night after a week spent in Portland
and Gladstone Park, where she attend
ed the sessions of the chautauqua.
W. J. Baker reports having sold the
A. 0. Rinehart prooertv in Pleaaant.
view addition, consisting of lot 12, block
iu, to mrs. l nomas iiiguop; considera'
tion, 1750. : .
J. F. Batchelder returned to Portland.
m. . '
monuay aiiernoon, alter an over-eun
uay visit wiui nig lamiiy, who are
camped for the summer under the oaks
in Kiverview Park.
Mrs. Agnes Caufield of Oregon City
arrived Monday on a visit to her par
ents, oir. ana jura, j. u. Dukes. .Mrs.
Caufield was accompanied bv Mrs.
Stearns, nee Miss Fay LaFrance.
hays the Springfield, Lane count v
News: "Dr. R. A.Jayne and brother.A.
A. Jayne of Hood River, together with
their four hoys, will leave next Wednes
day for a three week's stay at Crescent
lake end other hshing resorts."
T. H. Williams, the baker, went to
The Dalles Tuesday to secure the ser
vices ot an oven builder. Mr. Williams
will place two ovens in the new bakery
he is putting up on the Schenck prop
erty, corner of Fourth and State streets.
J. C. Abbott, who had beed visiting
his brother at Wapinitia, was in The
Dalles Saturday, says the Mountaineer,
returning to his home at Hood River.
Mr. Abbott said the rains of last week
did not reach Wapinitia. However.
rain was not needed there as crops are
all right, and yields will Ije heavy.
Camping parties are leaving dailv for
the secluded shades of Maple Dell.
Among those camped there now are
Mrs. L. E. Morse, Mrs. Charles Cast
ner, Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson,
Mrs. W. O. Ash, Miss Ota Walker.
Wednesday they were joined by Mr.and
Mm. Kinnaird and Charley Castner.
Willard A. Elklni it the new pastor
of the Valley Christian church. Mr.
Elkint preached to large audiences at
his church last Sunday, both morning
and evening. He ia an able speaker, a
deep and original thinker and made a
very favorable impression on hi con
gregation. Mr. Klkina cornea to Hood
River from Stayton, in Marion county.
He is accompanied by Mis. Etkins and
hia little daughter. Rev. Mr. Elkmi
isa graduate of the Eugene divinity
school, and while in that city was a
student for a number of years in the
University of Oregon. He served
throughout the Spanish-American war
with the Second Oregon in the Phil
ippines. Salem will send 30 delegates to the
convention of the Oregon llevelopment
League which meeti in Portland, Aug
ust 2 and 3. Ten of these delegates
were chosen by the Greater Salem com
mercial club, ten' appointed by the
mayor of Salem, and ten named by the
board of commissioners for Marion
county. Salem intends to reap some
good from this meeting.
George P. Crowell ate a large quanity
of cherries Thursday night, aim after
ward drank milk. The next day Mr.
Corwell was unable to report for duty in
hia store, the first time in years.
Right now is the time we are going to clear stock of
odds and ends left from the busy Spring season.
Yon don't need to bring your silver dollars bring
your half dollars. They will go just about as far now, if
you can use any of the broken lots.
In SHOES, where we have but a few left of a kind, wo
sell at less than cost, except contract goods. You can get
some splendid bargains in this line.
Also iu Piece Goods, Ties, Handkerchiefs,
Wrist Bags, Notions, Hosiery and Men's Hats
glad to get cost out of broken lots.
Summer Millinery at great reductions. Part of
the cost suit us better than carrying it a yenr.
H IT A P P ' S.
R Sl G Corsets are the good
forin producers. They wear well
an I are very comfortable. Your
money hack it'tbey don't suit.
Shirt Waist Sets The very
newest thing in Pearl, Gold Plate,
and Gun Metal Little Prices.
Fishing Tackle Files, Lines,
Reel, Pole, Baskets, Fly Books,
SlrapH, Spears, Spoons, Sinkers, etc.
Pocket Knives Above the or
dinary. We have a very lerge as
sortment. The cheaponea are good
and the best are not too high priced.
Straw Hats, Gloves, Sunbonnets.
Stoves, Tents, Fry Pans,
Camp Kettles, Coffee Pots, Tea Kettles,
Knives, Forks, Spoons,
WHITE ENAMEL Plates, Caps and Sau
cers, Mush Bowls, Soap Plates, Veget
able Dishes, Meat Platters, Wash Ba
sins, Soap Dishes, Dippers.
Axes, Lanterns, Brooms, Soap,
Artists' Materials A very
compK t') line for oil, water color or
crayon work Little Prices.
Box Stationery We are show
ing some f the mnt,t stylish iu
vogue. 15c to 75c per box.
Tissue Paper for making hate,
fancy work, etc. Crepe and plain.
Matchs, .Candles, Hammers, Saws,
GET IN THE HABIT OF TRADING AT
The Little Store with Little Prices
Mrs. Beheu has returned home after
several weeks spent camping out at Eg
eermont, and is much improved m
lealth. She stayed out until she got
ureu oi camping ana litis come home to
live awhile. When she jri'ts tired "liv
ing," will, again go camping. She savs
it is lietter than all the doctors' medi
cine, less expensive and plcasanter to
Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Williams returned
Saturday from Long Beach, where Mr.
w imams attended: the sessions of the
Oregon State Pharmaceutical associa
tion. He says the neoulo at the Break'
ers treated the delegates royally. The
weatner at tunes was rather damp and
rainy and interfered with some of the
side excursions, but everyone declared
ne nau a goou time.
Hood River was well represented at
uiuiisione raric last i uurHuay,tlie Bame
being Grand Army day. Among those
from Hood River were noticed : Mrs. F,
C. BmsiuH, Mrs. F. E. Jackson. Miss
Lie la Ilershner, Mr. and Mrs. S. F.
Blythe, Mrs. George P. Crowell, Mrs.
E. Kami. Miss Marcehne Cross.
f . 1 ft. r,.
lyupiain ana mrs. j. r. enaw, now resi
dents of Oregon City, were also on the
A corrugated iron buildine. 25x(ifl feet
is being erected on the north side of
Oak street, iust west -of the Fashion
stables, to be occupied by the new
plumbing firm, the llood River Plumb
ing Co., consisting of C. G. Htmman
and li. J. Woicka. This new firm has
secured the contracts for the plumbing
work on the E. L. Smith brick, the res
idence of Dr. Jenkins, the house of K.
Blanchar, and the Jim Tavlor build
Dr. II. L. Dumble left on the noon
train for a visit of a month or more in
the East. At Pendleton be expected to
be joined by J. A. Beitman, who was
taken to Jus borne at Walla Walla, a
very sick man, and who had been visit-
ng Mr. and Mrs. Allan Herman of the
East Side. Dr. Dumble goes to accom
pany Mr. Beitman to an eastern hospit-
or a delicate operation. Before
returning home the doctor intends vis
iting his parents in Virginia.
W. J. Baker accosted the Glacier re
porter last Friday afternoon, saying he
was looking for a big man with lots of
sympathy. Upon further inouirv. the
newsgatherer found Mr. Baker had a
job on his hands that did need sym
pathy. He had a pile of achool bonds
on his desk that required the signature
of the chairman of the board of direc
tors on each of the 1.040 different inter
est coupons. There were 26 bonds on
Director Baker's desk, each of which
caiieu ior iouu. ine reporter s svm-
weut out to the genial Mr. Baker.
one regret was that lie couldn't
draw down the coupon payments to
Captain J. II. Duke had a narrow
escape from what might been a serious
injury while working on the old build
ing at the comer of State and Fourth
streets last Saturday. Mr. Dukes was
assisting in tearing down the buildiug,
and while 16 feet from the ground, a
piece of scantling gave, way, and to
avoid falling on a pile of old boards
filled with nails, he jumped out from
the building and landed on his feet.
His ankle and knee of the left foot were
severely injured and he now goes about
on crutches. His foot is badly swollen.
It is fortunate indeed that the accident
was no worse. Mr. Dukes is 68 years
R. M. Hall of the O. R. A N., accom
panied by Mrs. Hall, S. Glen Andrus,
railroad editor of the Chicago Record
Herald, and Mrs. . Andrug, and Miss
Bessie White, sister of Mrs. Hall, from
Hloomington, 111., sjent Monday in
Hood River, returning to Portland by
boat Tuesday morning. Mr. Andrus is
gathering material for writeupa in East
ern publications of the Western country.
Mr. Hall is but recently returned from
a six-weeks' trip to St. Louis, Chicago
and Bloomington, his former home in
Illinois. Mr. Hall says the exposition
is a grand success, and that every per
son in Oregon should take advantage1 of
the low rats and attend the fair. He is
anxious that Hood River add to her
fruit exhibit at the fair. Hood . River
should send all the fine fruit it can to
St. Louis, says Mr. Hall, aa the valley is
expected to win some of the gold medals
for Oregon. s
We are going to move from our present quarters into the new brick building
now being built by Mr. E. L. Smith, and we are going to make big sacrifices to clean
up our stock before that time. We have realized that to sell this stock of goods we
will have to cut deep, and you will find on investigation that there has been
sacrifices never before made in this city.
REMOVAL SALE PRICES.
20e, 25c and 30c Wash Goods, sale price 10c
33c and 40c Wash Goods, sale price , 25c
A. F. Ginghams, sale price 9c
Undermuslin8, Night Gowns, Corset Covers, Drawers, Skirts, 25 to 35 per cent cut
Carpets and Hugs 25 " " "
Men's Suits, Hats aud Caps 35 " " "
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes 30 to 50 " " "
Men's Straw and Felt Hats 50 " " "
Ladies' Shirt Waists 30 to 50 " " "
And a great many other articles which we will piace in this sale that we cannot
Phone 581. Free Delivery. J J RAND
Clyde Hart of White Salmon was a
Hood River visitor, Monday.
The Isenberg bovs will leave next
week for the harvest fields of Eastern
T. E. Wickens returned Monday from
month's visit in Portland with his
Drotiier, red Snow.
E. A. Houle, the contractor and build
er, left Monday noon for Mosier, where
he has the contract to erect a $1,200
building for J. N. Mosier.
The Portland Journal says the people
of Hood River valley are hospitable even
to black bears that comedown and enjoy
a feast on belated strawberries.
Councilman Mayes made a business
trip to The Dalles, Monday, returning
the same day. Mr. Mayes reported the
temperature much warmer there than
in Hood River.
The Antelope Herald is authority for
the statement that watersjiouts in that
section a couple of weeks ago did dam
age to the extent of $2,500. Represent
ative I. N. Burgess lost $500 through
damage to his ranch by the waterspout.
The contract for the construction of
the E. L. Smith two-story brick on the
corner of Oak and Third streets was
awarded to Frederick & Arnold last
Thursday , at the cost of $8,600. It is
stipulated that the lower portion of the
building shall be completed by the first
Report comes from Albany that the
sports of that city are short $1,000 in
payment of bills for professional base
A. A. Jayne left last Friday for the
Willamette valley, where he expects to
spend a couple of weeks rusticating in
Roswell Shelley of the Little White
Store made a trip to Arlington, last
Friday, where he contracted to dispose
of some cord wood. Mr. Shelley is begin
ning to deal extensively in the staple
article of cord wood.
C. G. Metcalf has about completed his
handsome $'.M00 dwelling on his ten-acre
tract at Belmont. This liouse would do
credit to any city. Supplied with all
modern conveniences it will afford Mr.
Metcalf and family as comfortable a home
as one would desire. Mr. Metcalf is
engineer of the Davenport planer at
A n tone Pfeifer died in Portland Sat
last. Mr. Pfeifer was one of the first
of land owners here and came here with
his family over a year ago. He was
never very strong and last winter failed
to take care of himself and broke com
pletely down. He sold his place and
left here in May, going to Hood River.
No particulars have been received, but
it is presumed that he died in a hoHiii
tal. He leaves a wife and five child
ren, the eldest, Charlie being eight years
old. Irrigon Irrigator.
George W. Love returned Monday
noon from a visit to Portland.
H. C. Bateham arrived from Mosier
on the afternoon train, Monday,
Mrs. J. E. Rand and daughter, Laura,
are spending a week at Gladstone Park.
M. C, Debo was registered at the St.
Charles hotel In Portland last Friday,
from Hood River.
Mrs. Gee is here from Portland to
manage Mayes Bros.' business during
the adsence of E. S. Mayes. Mrs. Geo
expects to locate here permanently.
Mears & Bentz finished putting in a
cement walk for Frank A. Cram, last
week, and are engaged this week in put
ting in concrete foundations for the
Davenport Bros, sawmills on Green
O. 3. Gessling was regestered last
week at the Hotel Portland. Mr. Gess
fing says he has been offered several
business propositions in Portland, but
when it comes to severing all connec
tions with Hood River, this country
doesn't look so worse to him after all.
The usual hegira to the hop fields is
beginning. A. L. Phelps and family and
H. J. Ellis and family are preparing to
leave shortly for tbo hop fields of the
Yakima valley, where Mr. Phelps has
been for the last two or three seasons.
Mr. Phelps and Mr. Ellis expect to make
up a party when they will all start
Another Bombardment in Prices at
The Globe Clothing' Co.
ORIGINATORS OF LOW PRICES
SPECIAL PRICES FOR ONE WEEK
Men's Summer Suits in licrht
colors, neatly made up, $9.00
value, reduced to
Men's grey mixed suits, good
fit, highly tailored, never sold
for less than $18.00, for one 7 CA
week reduced to jJ
Boys' long pants suits, dark
or light colors, a regular $7.50
valuh, for this week only
Little Boys' two-piece summer
wuits, $ .50 value, down to
Boys' summer wash suits, not
one in the lot sold for less than
75e, and up to $2, your choice...
One lot of Boys' Caps, the 25c
kind, go for
Men's Gloves for summer wear
made of good leather, only
Men's Straw Huts Reduced
75c kind go at
Men's Light Weight Summer
Underwear, 50c value, for
Camping Quilts, large assort
ment, $1.50 value, only
Men's Cotton l'ants, sold every
where for one dollar, now
Men's Good Suspenders, regu
lar 25c grade, only
Men's blak and white stripe
Overshirts, 35c value, only
Men's good every-day socks,
G pair for
Men's heavy blue denim Over
alls, never sold less than 75c, our
price for this week only
TO THE PUBLIO-This great Saving event means a savinc: to vou from 25 to
40 per cent, and you can't afford to miss this great Price-cutting Sale. Every article
sold by us is up to the highest standard of merchandise, and if not entirely satisfactory
onng bade tne goods and your money will be cheerfully refunded.
Ue GLOBE CLOTHING CO.
ORIGINATORS OF LOW PRICES.
Opposite Bartmess' Furniture Store. HOOD RIVER, OREGON.