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have arrived in a carload
direct from the factory
and must be sold at once
in order to give us the
room for our immense
stock of Fall Goods to
arrive next month. Spe
cial prices are marked
on every Trunk in order
to move them quickly.
AVe buy trunks direct
and are fully 25 per cent
lower than the market.
O. R & N. TIME TABLE.
No. t, L'lilciiKO Special. 11:43 a. m,
No. 4, Mpnkane flyer, 8:38 p. m.
No. , and Exprewi, IftfiO p. m.
No. 24, Way Freight, 12:10 p. m.
No. 22, Fast Freight, 4:05 a. m.
No. 1, Portland Special. 3:08 p. m.
No. S, Portland Flyer, 5:Wi a. m.
No. o. Mall and Express, 4:48 a. m.
No. 28, Way Freight, 9:25 a. m.
No. 21, Fast Freight, S:45 p. m.
Hood River Weatlier Report.
For week ending Tuesday, July 26: Men
maximum, S3; mean minimum, fi6;mean, 78.5.
HiKbeHt temperature, W July 81: lowest 56,
night ot July 30. Precipitation, nil.
D. N. BYKRLKE, Local Observer.
URIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
For bargains in Silverware, Bee Clarke,
llazlewood Ice Cream. Few as good
Swetland's ice cream at Tompkins &
Cocoa menier ami chocolate raenier at
Bone & McDonald'?.
Uce Williams' anti-septic hair tonic
ami keep off gray hairs.
Clarke, the jeweler, guarantees all
watch, clock and jewelry repair work.
The Pavidson Fruit Co. keep a line of
extra quality, medium priced buggies
Bent ice cream made in the North-weatr-Swethind's.
For sale atTompkin's
& Jochiniseii's ice cream parlors.
A few 75-r'allon tanks for spraying pur
poses at Davidson Fruit Co. lor 13.50
each. One hundred Sixty-gallon $5.
We invite the public to come in and
get our meat prices. We are selling
boiling meats at bed rock prices. Maybs
When you need n ood diamond at the
lovest porsible figure, quality and size
guaranteed by the cutler, call on Clarke,
Watches, watch chains, rings and
cut glass will be sold at greatly reduced
prices for the next 15 davs to reduce
stock, C. H. Tbmplic.
. Wanted In a family of four, a first
class housekeeper and cook, who can
take charge i f a house and run it. Good
salary offered. Inquire at this office.
Maves Bros.' meat market gives notice
that all orders for morning delivery
must be in by 10:4-5 o'clock. The after
noon delivery w ill be taken 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, tne wagon will be taken 'off at
4 :30. McQuirk Bros.
We want your shipments of first-class
cherries and other fruits. Send for Sten
cil and information free,
A. D. Bixwers & Co.
I will be in the East doing post-graduate
work in the hospital for a couple of
months, consequently my expenses will
be heavy. 1 will feel grateful if all who
are owing me will call and settle with
Mrs. Dnmhle or at the bank of Butler &
Co., who will receipt for same.
Save money by buying your winter
wood now. Trimmings, fl pef lota;
slabs 125 per Cord. PHONE 51.
Extra Star A Star shingles 2 per M.
Second crade $1.50. Lath 2.25 per M.
OREGON LUMBER CO
Muitc bath charms, and we'
have the music. We get all the new 1
music us soon as it is out; some very
pretty new pieces jnst in. i
25c a copy.
If yoti want, something that is
da'nty for yonr hall or parlor, get
nn of our gold mat medallion pic
t re. They're very pretty, and i
Pipes The next time you want
a pipe. 1 ,ke ,0,,,t at oun"- yeranda
J'iptu A long stem insures a cool
and enjoyable smoke. Little Prices.
For Picnics Lunch baskets,
Wooden Pla'es, Paper Napkins, Tin
Cups. Coffee Pots, Hammocks
' Little Prices.
Ladies' 1904 Oxford Ties
in the best stock and the newest toes
and shapesat cost.
Ladies' and Misses' Knit Sweaters
Newest styles white, red and navy
PAEASOLS Beautiful effects
colors, white and black, price.
rank A. Cram
Application must Ik: made at the office
of the Hood River Electric Light, Power
and Water Co. before any irrigating is
done. Patrons living west of Fourth
street will use water from 2 to 5 p. 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 be paid
at the company's office tsach month in
advance, on or" before the 10th day of
the month. No collector will be sent
out hereafter.In all cases where bills are
not promptly paid when due, tho ser
vices will be discontinued until al!
arrearages are paid.
HOOD RIVER ELECTRIC L. P. &
By John Leland Henderson, Manager.
Hazlewood Ice Cream.
Peaches at Coe & Spn's.
Orpingtons and Minorcae at Lewis'.
I now have the most complete line of
plain band and set rings in I he city, get
my prices before purchasing elsewhere,
Clarke the jeweler.
Washington ice cream at Rowley &
Try the strawberry and pineapple
ices at the Hazelwood.
Do your eyes need attention? If so,
call on Clarke, the jeweler and optician.
You will find a complete line of eye
glassies and spectacles at Clarke the
I handle all of the standard made
watches, call and get prices, Clarke the
With the warm weather has come
Swetland's famous ice cream at Tomp
kins & Jochimsen's.
Watches, clocks and jewelry repaired
at the lowest possible prices, Clarke the
Chocolate menier is absolutely pure,
and guaranteed best made, (let 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 his employ, and is prepared to
do all kinds of repair work.
Remember Tompkins & Jorhimson is
the only firm in Hood River that
handles'Swetland & Son's ice cream.
We are still selling our home made
lard as cheap as other lard can be bought
and we guarantee every bucket. 10s,
1.30 ; 6s, 65c; 3s, 40c. Maybs Bros.
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. R. Nick
elsens. Phone house.
Fur Sale The Donahue block on the
hill. Improved and fenced. Fine resi
dence, barn and outbuildings. $4500.
Will sell the SE'i for $(10.1, the NKJi
for $700, or the Wtf for fooOO. One
third cash, balance time at S per cent.
John Lklaso Hknuersos.
A car load of "Upper Crust" flour just
received, try it.OREUON LUMBERCO
Stores close at 8 o'clock p. in. after
July 4th until further notice.
Furnished Room To rent; nice quiet
on". Inquire Glacier olficp.
143d Saturday Surprise Sale.
Men't Jerseu Rihbed Underwear,
Light Weight, Good Summer Wear
0irmrnt,'at a tprcial low price for
Saturday .... 13c.
The Most we can say about the
good qualities of Jl t O Cornet is
not enough. I ney are sausmciory in
every retqieet. Ityou doti'l mink so,
jour money back.
I IN IMt MABI1 ur 1 HAUiniU
The Little Store with
Will offer at sub
the entire line of
Ladies' and Misses'
You are going to hear Ruth and Clare
at the opera house tonight? Yes? Well
you will miss it if you don't.
For Sale Small stock of merchandise.
Property for rent. Good chance for
man with small capital. Inquire of
H. M. Abbott, Hood River, Or.
The Tabernacle Sunday school has
secured the services of the Green chil
dren in an entertainment at the opera
house tonight. Hear Kent llamden,
the giant iu song, and help the Sunday
Now is the time to get your apple
boxes. Don't wait until you want to
pack your apples. We have 8 big lot
on hands now of the very best dry box
shooks, and are waiting for you to haul
them away. DAVIDSON FRUIT CO.
Green & Green, the well known firm
of Eyesight Specialists of Denver, Colo.,
announce that their regular representa
tives will be on their annual visit to
Hood River on August 10 at Mount
Hood hotel for four days. .
Anyone troubled with headaches
caused by eyestrain, nervousness, weak
eyes or any illfitting glasses, should
not fail to see Green & Green's repre
sentatives ; they have many of the best
known people here for their patrons as
their work is always satisfactory ; if not,
they would not come regular. At Mount
Hood hotel August 10, 11, 12, 13.
Green & Green's representatives give
dark room examinations, carry with
them electric batteries and the most
reliable scientific apparatuses known in
their profession. No guess work with
them; they look into your eyes and
know what you need. If you require
glasses they fit you proper, as they have
an enormous stock of all makes of
frames and best quality lenses. Should
you need specially ground lenses, they
w ill give it to you, and no others.
In Hood River, Friday, July 29, 1904,
to Mr. and Mrs. i VV. Angus.
In Hood River Valley, Wednesday
morning, August 3, 1904, to Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Van Ausdale, a son.
On July 29, 1904, at the residence of
the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Washington Barbee, Hood River, W. F.
Ball of Portland Avas joined in marriage
with Miss Delia G. Watson of Hood
River, Rev. J. L. Hershner officiating, j
Mr. and Mrs. Ball will reside in Port-1
In Hood River, 8unday, July 31, 1904,
Mrs. Gillis Hubbard. Funeral services
were conducted from the residence on
The (Jreen Children.
,Tlii'-e interesting children will appear
at the opera house tonight, with their
marve'o'.is musical and literary enter
tainments. George Smith boarded the afternoon
train, Monday, paeBUmably for Port
land. Mrs. J. L. Carter of the East Side
went to Portland, Monday.
L. C. Ilajnes Was called to Portland
Monday in-ruing by the sudden death
of his mother.
A forest fire in the neighborhood of
the ( henoweth mills is filling the at-wo-pher
Kubber NecK dollars, w;
mean, 1 ew styles in the Indestruct'
ble Cllxr and Cuffs. When soiled.
wipe tin ni off with a damp cloth.
All sizes, ZUc.
Photograph Albums for
mout ting; yiir pictures; tube paste,
picture binding, mat board, hangers
etc.- Little Prices.
Bicycle Sundries Cork
grips, pants guards, cement, mend
ing tape, patching rubber, mending
outfits, etc Little Prices.
Crash Hats are cool and dres
sy in appearance. We'll have many
warm days yet. Better get you one.
25c, 30c, 35c
Little Prices sjQl
Dell Rand made successful signal con
nection with Cloud Cap Inn, Sunday
afternoon. By arrangements over the
telephone that morning. Mr. Rand went
to the top of the hill, near the residence
of H. H. Bailey at z:su and wtthaplate
stlass mirror flashed in the direction of
the Inn. In a few moments Peter Felt
housen returned the signal from the top
of the Inn. Mr. Rand says people at
the Inn managea to Keep up a continu
ous flash for three minutes. By tele
phone communication afterward, Mrs.
Langille says Mr. Felthousen used his
telescope on the party on the hill, and
was able to see who was doing the sig
naling, and could even see a small boy
who was standing by. This is the first
time the town of Hood River has been
seen from the Inn. Heretofore It was
always supposed that some trees on the
hill bid the bouses irom view.
R. L. Weber was down from The
Dalles last week looking over his Hood
River orchards. Mr. Weber is enthus
iastic over the fruit cannery established
at The Dalles this spring. Some 3,000
crates of strawberries were grown at
ihe Dalles tins spring, says Mr. Weber,
and 2,000 of these went to supply home
consumption. The remainder were used
in the cannery. Of cherries, the can
nery has now $4,500 worth of the canned
product on hand. Mr. Weber believes
the cannery will be in position next
year to use a large quantity of Bmall
berries Irom Hood River. Peach plums
at ine uaues Drought the growers l!j
cents a pound this summer. The fruit
was marketed in Portland. Mr. Weber
believes there is moneV in peach plums
at this price and he believes there can
always be found a market for the fruit.
John S. Pinney, former head of the
American Type rounders Co. at Port,
land, but now of New, York purchased
20 acers of E. L. Smith last week. The
land he bought lies among the pines
between Jr. Watt's orchard and the
Simpson Copple place. Mr. Pinney
bought the land through his friend E.
R. Bradley, and paid $100 an acre for
tne property, w ater can now lie placad
on the land from the Bone ditch and
Mr. Pinney, if he improves it, will soon
have a fine fruit ranch. It is understood
that Mr. Pinney took a trip through
Hood River valley last spring, just be
fore he left for the East, and was so char
med with what he saw that he wasn't
contented until he owned Borne of the
land himself. W. J. Baker transacred
C. J. Hayes beard for the first time
Sunday that a son of his, C. K. Hayes,
was confined in a Portland hospital with
an attact of inflammatory rheumatism,
and Monday alternoon he went down to
bring him to Hood River. Mr. Hayes
says his son was to start down the
Columbia to lex-ate on some timber land
a couple of weeks ago, and not hearing
from him he had begun to wouder
wnat was wrong, when Lawrence
Blowers informed Mr. Haves of his son's
Mai-riago license was issued last week
to L. Gabriel and Celestia L. Metcalf, of
this city. This young couple is married
before this date, but no one has said a
word to the Glacier about it. We like
to tell the news when our pretty Hood
River girls forsake the old nest for one
of their own, and Miss Celestia and her
new acquisition has the best wishes of
the Glacier just the same, even if they
did turn us down.
The ever vigilant citv marshal, E. 8.
Olinger, drooped onto a deserter from
the Battleship New York, last Saturday
night. Ihe man had enlisted at Callao,
Peru, and last July 7, had deserted
from the vessel at the Bremerton navy
yard, Puget Sound. He enlisted as
John Soloman, while his real name
proves to be John Stevenson, lie is 23
Last week Mrs. Joseph Frazier, sr.,
was given a pleasant surprise by five of
her daughters. Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. K. ( . Miller and children,
Mr. and Mrs. 11. S.Oalligan and daugh
ter, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Porter and
daughter of Wasco; Misses Annie and
and Vina F'razier of Portland.
Mr. Woicha. the senior member of
the Hood River Plumbing Co., is using
crutches. C. E. llemman, his partner,
says he put him to work last Saturday
morning, and after climbing up on a
stepladder, he allowed the ladder to
sissor, and down he came, badly sprain
ing his ankle.
Adolnh Peterson, who was taken to
Trout Lake for his health about three
weeks ago, died at that place Saturday
night, from consumption. The body
was sent to fortiand Sunday, reter-
son was aged about 57. A brother, W.
t'eterson was here to accompany the
body to Portlrne.
Rev. H. J. Kolh, the Lutheran minis
ter returned Sunday from Illinois,
where he spent his two months, vaca
tion with his parents. He will hold
services again next Sunday at the
Advent church at 2 p. m. as usual.
The Hood River Plumbing Co. has
been awarded the contract for the
plumbing work on the Phil Matthew
residence on River street. Mr. Math
ews expects to be able to occupy his
new house in a week or two.
Mrs. E. C. Mooney it Is said is grow
ing weaker every day, and at times is
unconscious. Her condition has become
so much worse that it has been impos
sible to remove her to Portland for
Mr Lane and family after a week's
visit with friends in Hood River re
turned to their home at Latah, Wash.,
Tuesday. Mr. Lane was one time sta
tion agent for the O. U. & N. at Hood
F. E. Bros! us believes there is still a
strong future in strawberries. He had
nine acres in berries this year and says
next year he win nave three times that
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fewel and Mr. and
Mrs. Walter McGuire spent Su nday on
tne nsning grounus oeiween mapie ueu
and the Jones ranch, returning in the
evening with 80 trout.'
Daves Divers is reported very sick.
The old man is now 81 years old, and
the illniss is apt to go hard with him.
Ueorge T. brother went out to the old
man's place, Monday.
Word from John Leland Henderson
says his mother was able to recognize
him on his arrival in Chicago, but that
she is sinking rapidly.
II. M. Abbot has leased his straw
berry patch for three years to Smith A
Wenther, who expect also to grow gar
den truck and other farm crops. '
G. Sellinger, of Mosier, was in the
city Wednesday. He said the fruit crop
of Mosier is larger and better this year
man ever Deiore. mountaineer.
L. N. Blowers and family arrived Sun
day noon on a visit to Mr. Blowers'
parents. United States Deputy Marshal
Blowers returned the same afternoon.
J. M. Church of LaGrand and Robert
Smith of Portland, both connected with
the First National bank here, were in
Hood River, Monday.
Mrs. Ned Henderson U visiting her
mother, Mrs. .lias liwyer, at Olympia.
She expects to be gone about a month.
The family of W. II . Peugh returned
Monday from a trip to their farm in
Miss Alice Clayton came no from
Portland Tuesday, for a visit with Miss
At the Churches,
United Brethren. Sunday school at
10 a. m.; sermon by pastor at 11 a. m.
and 8 p. m. ; Christian Endeavor at
7 :30 p. m. ; prayermeeting at 8 o'clock
each Wednesday evening. All are wel
come. J. T. Merrill.
MethodiBt Preaching at 11 a. in. and
8 p' m.; Sabbath school 10 a. m.; Ep
worh League 7 p. in. Prayer meeting
Thursday evening. All cordially in
vited. W. C. Evans, pastor.
Belmont Chapel. Sunday school at
10, followed by class meeting; League at
7 ; preaching at 8. All are cordially
Tabernacle Sunday school "Little
Marguerite," opera house tonight.
Lutheran Services will be held next
Sunday, August 7, at the Advent
church. Sunday school at 2 p. m., and
preaching at S p. m. II. J. Kolb, pastor.
Union.-r-Two services will be held,
one at 11 o,clock, and one in the atfer
noon, with a basket dinner between.
Rev. Troy Shelley will preach in the
morning and some other minister in the
Unitarian W. G. Eliot. Jr., minister
in charge. Serviced will be omitted
during tne month of August.
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.
20c, 25c and 30c Wash Goods, sale price 10c
35c and 40c Wash Goods, sale price 25c
A. F. Ginghams, sale price 9c
Undermuslins, Night Gowns, Corset Covers, Drawers, Skirts, 25 to 36 per cent cut
Carpets and Hugs
Men's Suits, Hats and Caps
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes
Men's Straw ind Felt Hats.....
Ladies' Shirt Waists
And a great many other articles which we will piace in
Phone 581. Free Delivery. J g
W. S. Tower of Mount Hood was in
town Saturday. Mr. Tower purchased
40 acres a year ago from Robert Leasure
and says he lias one of the finest straw
berry ranches iiv the valley. He also
has a fine place for apples. Being on a
creek he has all the free irrigating wa
ter needed, and seepage from his neigh
bors' farms when irrigating is done adds
to the water supply of moisture for his
As Joe Wilson left for Tortland Tues
day morning to help represent Hood
River at the convention of the Oregon
Development league he carried with him
an order from Tompkins & Jochiraseu
(or a serving of Swetland's famous ice
cream for the entire Hood River delega
tion, 25 strong.
S. Blew, the man who was severely
bitten on the linger in an altercation at
Glenwood the evening of the Fourth,
with a man named Cunningham, was
forced to undergo amnutation of his
arm in Portland last week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Graham, of Hood
River, Oregon, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. C. Brant. Mrs. Graham and Mrs.
Brant are sisters. South Bend Journal.
E. Shelley Morgon and family return
ed to Portland, Monday, after a vacation
at their country home on the banks of
Miss Georgia Fitch of Portland is vis
iting her sister. Miss Agnes Fitch.
The Globe Clothing Co.
SPECIAL PRICES FOR
Men's Summer Suits in light
colors, neatly made up, $9.00
value, reduced to ,
Men's grey mixed suits, good
fit, highly tailored, never
lor less than $18.00, lor
week reduced to
Boys' long pants suits, dark
or light colors, a regular $7.50
valuh, for this week only
Little Boys' two-piece summer
Huits, $ .50 value, down to
Boys' summer wash suits, not
one in the lot sold for less than
75c, 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
TO THE PUBLIC This great Saving event means a saving to you 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
bring back the goods and your money will be cheerfully refunded.
Ufe GLOBE CLOTHING CO.
" ORIGINATORS OF LOW PRICES.
Opposite Bartmess' Furniture Store. HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Right now is the time we are going to clear stock of
odds and ends left from the busy Spring season.
You 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, we
sell at less than cost, except contract goods. You can get
some splendid bargains in this line. ,
Also in 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. Tart of
the cost suit us better than carrying it a yenr.
Councilman Mayes returned Sunday
night from a trip to the headwaters of
the Cowlitz river in Lewis county,
Wash. Mr. Mayes left his family
camped near Toledo, and in company
with some friends made the trip to
Silver lake, near the base of Mount St.
Helens. Here the party in three hours
landed 710 fish. Mr. Mayes says the
lake is stocked with eastern fish, bucIi
as pickerel, black bass and pike.
. J. G. Tate, past supreme grand mas
ter of the A. O. U. W ., and now lectur
er for his lodge, was in Hood River
last Thursday. He purchased 13 acres
of the Newtown Clark place. His two
sons will conduct the farm for the next
two years, while Mr. Tate -is engaged
with his lecture work, when Mr. Tate,
who now resides in Denver, says he
will make Hood River his home
Rev. Fred Alban Weil preached to a
large congregation at the Unitarian
church Sunday morning. Mr. Weil
was graduated from the Mcadville sem
inary last June. He is now minister of
the Third Unitarian church, Chicago,
The many Hood River friends he made
while here last summer were glad to
meet Mr. Weil. He is the gueHt of Dr.
and Mrs. T. L. Eliot and family while
enjoying his vacation in Hood River.
F. T. Miner left the first of the week
for the harvest fields of fcherinan coun
ty. Mrs. Miner is visiting friends and
relatives at Wyoming, Iowa.
Bombardment in Prices at
ORIGINATORS OF LOW
IP ZP 9 G.
30 to 60
30 to 60
this sale that we cannot
George T. Prather reports the follow
ing sales: One-quarter block on the
hill to the school district; 13 aews from
the Newton Clark place to J. G. Tato
consideration, 12,700; 4J acres off the
Newton Clark tract to Tom Bishop,
consideration, $1,100. Mr. Bishop it is
understood, will erect a dwelling on the
S. P. Shutt, who recently sold the
Glendale News, has bought the Myrtle
Creek news. S. P. moves of (nor than a
Methodist preacher, and has run a coun
try weekly in about half the littlo towns
of the state. Fossil Journal. Shutt, it
will be remembered, one timo ran an '
opposition sheet to the Glacier.
William Holderman, a cousin of Dun
Mears, arrived from Chicago last Sun
day on a visit to Dan and his family.
He left for Portland Tuesday, where his
family is visiting.
V. V. Hickoxof the East Side brought
to the Glacier ollicc, Saturday, a two
foot branch of peach plums, containing
25 plums. The branch made a very
Mrs. S. E. Bartmess and children are
camped at Karl Bartmess' homestead,
up on the side of Mount Defiance.
George M. Allen, representing the
Smith-Premier Tyiewriter Co., was in
Hood River, .Monday.
Miss Lola Hammond of Portland, is
the guest of Mrs. Edward Blythe.
Men's Straw Hats Reduced J C,
75c kind go at
Men's Light Weight Summer tZsr
Underwear, 50c value, for tO
Camping Quilts, large assort- 7Cr
ment, $1.50 value, only ' wt
Men's Cotton Pants, sold every- C C p
where for one dollar, now UiJL'
Men's Good Suspenders, regu- tZ,
lar 25c grade, only I Uw
Men's black and white stripe q
Overshirts, 35c value, only
Men's good every-day socks, r Z
6 pair for
Men's heavy blue denim Over
alls, never sold loss than 75c, our C flsr
price for this week only 0JK