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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1905)
HOOD RIVER GLACIER, THUh-BDAY, JUNE 1, 1905
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Will close out This entire stock at wholesale prices before Febuary 1, 1906.
'THIS does not mean that we will discontinue business operations in Hood River. We make this sacri
fice in order to go into business on a larger scale than ever. The growing conditions in Hood River
requires a larger capital, therefore, we have decided to incorporate this business with a larger work
ing capital, backed by some of the most responsible men in Oregon. We propose to add new lines,
and carry on a general business, making such changes from our present system, as seem desirable. This
sale is absolutely honest as wTell as necessary. We want as great a volume of cash, and as small a stock
of goods, as possible, to turn into the proposed stock company. I shall continue in the management of
the new company and will have better facilities for handling the business than ever before. We will be
in a position to take care of all our customers' requirements, and do it right.
Our store will be closed all day
FRIDAY, JUNE 2d
Our force will proceed to mark everything' down. Only telephone orders filled while store is closed.
Great vSale Begins vSatarday, JU
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en Saturday, June 3, 1905
and February 1, 1906
For the next 228 days this Great Carnival of Bargains will attract the atten
tion of every man, woman and child, within a radius of 100 miles.
We must sell, not only our present immense stock, but also all fall goods., as our fall contracts are already placed and we
must receive the shipments. Our loss will be your gain, however, which is a satisfaction in itself. We realize that to reduce
this immense stock in a few days or weeks is impossible, hence we will take the next 228 days and reduce the price of every
thing from 15 to 50 per cent except agency lines such as Butterick patterns, Coates thread, etc., which are contract goods.
Dry goods, Ladies' Ready-made Suits, Skirts, Jackets, Capes, Waists, Muslin Underwear, Dress Gjoi3, Silks, Wash Goods, Lace Curtains, Sheets, Pillow Cases, Bed
Spreads, Blankets, Towels, Table Linens, Draperies, Portiers, Rugs, Silkiline, Calicoes, Ginghams. Outing flannels, etc., Mens7 clothing, Single pant3, Fancy vests, Under
wear, Shirts, Boys' and Youths' clothing, Single pants, Shirts, Sweaters, Hats. Mens' and Boys' sines, Ladies' and Children's shoes.
All come in for the general slaughter. Don't buy unless we save you from 15 to 50 per cent on everything. Look on the other side for a slight index to our
splendid stock and remember that space will not permit us to mention but a few items in this TTTTH) A TVT A f a "TV r
immense gathering of goods. YOURS TRULY, J? Lll JTa. ii.,lLjMu
N. B.-Mail orders from outside towns will get the same benefit, on all orders sent us during-this great sale.