9 rift S We Close at 6:30 p. m. (1 EXCEPT SATURDAY We Do Not Sell Goods ON SUNDAY CRAM' RELIABLE CORRECT Special Embroidery Offering's 3c to 23c Splendid Values, Worth 10c. to 50c. Your choice of an enormous assortment of New Patterns 3c, 9c, lie, 13, 16c, 19c 4 23c Everything worth double our price offer V 5? 0 We Sell Reliable, Long Wearing Shoes BIG DROPJ OCCUR SOMETIMES fr OUR PRICE S..BUTYEVR IN THE QUALITY. jTTLl or rusu or ANyor Of a GOODS'. DEAR. BROTHERS 0c SISTERS r.pvnuNGS WHERE too GET THEM RIGHT. QUO I C rx. UK-ljliZl ":br.CMT ICQ v TM ut BROWN CO. CHIOCO No. 2S. YE.S THE TIME FOR. A DROP IN THEPHICE-5 HA.S COME. YOU KNOW THE LEGITIMATE REAJoN VEWUH TO CLEAN OUR HoV.SE OF .SUMMER GOODS. WE MAKE REDUCTIONS WHICH ARE NOT MERE ON-PAPER-REDUCTIONS--RI6HT NOW -50 THAT YOU CAN BUY .SUMMER COOD-5 AND HAVE NEARLY THREE MONTHS YET To WEAR THEM. WE TELL YOU FRANKLY THAT FOR MoST OF THE YEAR WE MAKE A PROFIT ON OUR GOODS. SO DOES EVERY MERCHANT. HE MUST. YET WE TRY NOT TO DECEIVE THE PEOPLE. IT DOES NOT PAY. WE HAVE NOT SHIPPED IN LOADSOF JoB LOTS JUST TO MAKE A "FAKE" SALE ON, BUT ARE CLOSING OUT OUR REGULAR LINES OF GOODS THAT POSSESS STYLE AND QUALITY AND FOR THESE LOW LR1CES. RESPECTFULLY, FRANK A. CRAM. 3g DC DC DC THE UP-TO-DATE STORE DC 2)C lx-m li'i linrti iii-y $5.00 Reward Offered to the boy or girl who brings in the greatest number of 1 t i i 1 i our advertisements relative to Buster Brown's famous sayings, between now and March 1st, 1907. Any Bus-1 ter Brown "ad" counts if taken from either the Gla cier or News Letter. Cut them out and save them and win our prize No Racket Trash Offered Here at Any Price. Q Salvador Shaken by Earthquake. San Francisco, July 18. Advices have been received by steamer from San Juan, Salvadoi, to tbe effect that early in June that place was visited by three severe earthquake shocks which tumbled down a lu mber of builiugss. Few persons weie hurt; none seriously. Nebraska On Trial Trip. Seattle, July 18. The battleship Nebraska is on her otiioal contractors' trial trip on a straightaway course to day. On her standardization trip yesterday the engineer lost control of the machinery for lowering the anchor and tbe immense weight with its chain plunged to the bottom where it still is. It tore away the structure around the porthole, tbe friction causing a Are in the temporary woodwork. This was extinguished before great damage was done. Urand Dulse's Train Wrecked. Berlin, July 18.-Uraud Duke Vlad imir, while en route to Paris, was aboard a train which was wrecked, with the evident intention of killing him. He is uninjured. Vaccination for Cholera. Manila, July 18. Twelve new cases , and nine deutbs from cholera during the lust 24 hours are repoted. Tbe doctors are ottering vaccination free. It is found to be a sure preventative. Sorvices at the Unitarian church every Sunday at 11 a. m., J. A. Bald ridge, minister. Topic for next Sun day: "The Sole Law of Humanity. " One god, one servioe of man, is tbe religion for today. Everybody wel come. Reduction in Flour and Feed. Special cash price on Flour and Feed at warehouse. Bran $14 per ton; shirts, $1(1 per ton; flour, $4 per barrel. D. McDonald. A Hard Lot of troubles to contend with, spring from a torpid liver and blockaded bowels, unless you awaken tliera to their proper ail ion with Dr. King's New Life Pills; the pleasantest and most effective cure for constipation. They prevent Appen dicitis and tone up the system. 25c at ('has. N. Clark's drug store. A sweet breath adds to the joys of a kiss. You wouldn't want to kiss your wife, mother or sweetheart with a bad breath. You can't have a sweet breath without a healthy stomach. You can't have a healthy sionmch without, a per fect digestion. There is only one reme edy that digests w hat you eat and makes the breath as sweet as a rose and that remedv is KODOL FOR DYSPF.PSIA. It is a relief for sour stomack, palpita tion of the heart, and other ailments arising from disorder of the stomach unci digestion. Take a little kodol after your nx-als and see what it will do for you. Sold by Williams Pharmacy. If von want something good get lien sons's fancy new potato. They look good, taste good and if you eat them they will make you feel good. BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS. The Dielz Studio for photos. ' Mr. Bartmess is on a cash basis. Finisning for amateurs at Deitz Stu dio. Newest, best fishing tackle at McDon ald's. Fresh Columbia river salmon at Mc Gwire Bros. Push, pluck and prices. Vogt Bros. Exclusive clothiers. Olives in bulk, bottles and cans at Jackson's. Bicycle enamel at McDonald's, Square Deal Store. Bicycles for Bale and for rent at Dodge Bros. & Heid's. Fresh Olympla and Eastern oysters at the Gem Candy Kitchen. Finest line of lap dusters ever shown in the city at 8. J. Frank's harness shop New Orleans Molasses in bulk and cans at Jackson's. Just received at McDonalds, half ton clover seed. Three pounds halibut 25c at MeGuire Brothers. For Masury's colors in oil go to Mc Donald's. Something new Puffed Rice Candy, at the Gem Canday Kitchen. Salt mackerel, eastern white fish and pickled salmon at Jackson's. Money saved bv buving your flour and feed from McDonald. The Gem Candy Kitchen makes fresh candy every day. Lettuce, cabbage, rhubarb, asparagus at MeGuire Bros. Maple Syrup and New York State Buck Wheat at Jackson's. If you want cracked corn for chicken feed go to McDonald. Fresh lisli at MeGuire Bros, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. McDonald sells house paints. It will pay you to get prices from him before buying. It you are wanting a tent it will pay you to get prices at S. J. Frank's har ness shop. All kinds of fresh and cured meats have advanced, but we are stilt selling at the same old prices, and will con tinue to do so. Yours for business, Me Guire Brothers. Constipation makes the cold drag along. Get it out of you. Take Ken nedy's Laxative Honey and Tar cough Kvrup. Contains no opiates. Williams' Pharmacy. A torpid, inactive liver can produce more bodily ills than almost anything else. It is good to clean the system out occasionally. The best results are derived from the use of DeWitt's Little Early Hirers. Reliable, effective, pleas ant pills with a reputation. Never gripe. Sold by Williams Pharmacy. Does evil still, your whole life fill? Does woe betide? Your thought'" abide on suicide? Y'on need a pill ! Now for prose and farts De Witts Little Early Risers are the most pleas ant and reliable pills of today. They never gripe. Sold by Wdliams Pharmacy. Try a little Kodol for dyspesia after your meals. See tbe effect it will pro duce on your general feeling by digesting your food and helping your stomach to get itself into shape. Many stomachs are overworke to the point where they refuse to go further. Kodol digestB your food and gives your stomach the rest it needs, while its reconstructive properties get the stomach back into working order, Kodol relieves flatu lence, sour stomach, palpitation of the heart, belching, etc. Sold by Williams' Pharmacy. " Geo. T. Prather had business in The Dalles Monday. Fresh fish halibut, salmon and smelts, at MeGuire Bros. Place your order for a nice chicken for your Sunday dinner with MeGuire Bros. MeGuire Bros, make their own leaf lard under their own brand. R. Dwigbt, of Missoula, Mont., visited T. H. Williams last week. It is to your interest to refer to Mr Bartmess' ad under the new system. P. S. Davidson f.peut a few days in tbe eastern part of tbe state last week. Miss Zella Stranahan, o Portland, is visiting her coinin, C. 11. Strana han, and family. Several fine pianos just in from the factory at Soule's Piano House. Cad and see them. Second-hand Mason & Hamlin or gan for f:)T), Filers Piano House, Booth's store. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Schilller, of Pendleton, visited Hood Kiver the last of the week. W. Y. Masters, of Portland, visited his friend, Prof. O. 1). Thompson ami family ovei Sunday. 2 Lutheran Services July 22: Sunday school, 2 p. m; English preaching, :i p. in. 11. K. Kolb, pastor. Miss Aldiue Bartmess went to Port land Monti i.v morning by the bout to visit Mr. and Mrs. Schaefer for a few weeks. Watch for the big circulars announc ing Hoggins & Co.'s immense stock re duction sale Prices and articles printed in plain iigures. Gilbert Vertricle, of Independence, Kansas, and his sister, Mrs. John Bask irk. of Portland, visited Mrs. Wiuatis last week. For sale by Emporium. Fifteen acres two miles southwest of Hood River, 10 acres in cultivation, mostly orchard, fine land, $:0M per acre. Tbe loug hot spell has broken Mon day morning by a breeze from the west, and as a consequence everybody was in better spirits. Mrs. F. W. McCune went to Port land Friday, on a visit for a fow days, joi log her husband, who came down from The Dalles on the local. If yon want to buy or sell real estate go to Onthauk & Otten. Money to loan on first mortgages. Abstracts and legal papers carefully prepared. Notarial work of all kinds. For sale by Emporium. Ten room cottage and lot,seven blocks from depot, Hood River. Newly repaired, new foun dation, wood fibre plaster, newly painted patent bath and toilet connected with sewer, good location $ltKI0 cash. A. C. Lofts, who has beeu in the employ of the Oregon Lumber corn pan v tor several years, is now In the employ of the Menominee Lumber company in tbe White Salmon valley. MeGuire Bros, are making country deliveries of meat on the east side of Hood river, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Country customers desiring orders filled should telephone their orders Mondays and Wednesdays. Commissioner FMhhard went to Th? Dalles Monday to attend a special meeting or th' county court to consid er a liquor lioense for Cascade Locks, The petition to tbe court at tbe regu lar meeting was not in regular form. and tbe special meeting was called to consider a new petition. dom GET IN THE HABIT OF TRADING AT THF BIG STORE WITH LITTLE PRICES Hang'i . BasKets foryom I Stonj Churns, all sizes, II Semi Porcelain Cnp, San porch, line with moss and put a ! mdk crocks, butter moulds, but- cers, Plaies, B mis, Soup Plates, fern or vine in them, They are ter paper, butter bow Is, etc. . I ltchers Wctahl very pretty. 25c each. Little Prices Dishes, etc. Little Prices A Cool Iron on a hot day ore 1d1, ,H.alt.er8' Thin Tumblers. Fine that will do your work without Bnd.es, Saddle Blankets, Cinches, qsiiiy Lend Blown Glass. I'lan heating you up is what asbestos Surcingles, Spurs, Curry Combs, per set, 50c. Decorated, OOc, irons are. 92 the set. Brushes and Horse Clippers . Little Prices Oil Stoves that will cook and ; . Stationery. Packages to keep your house cool, free from Iron ttreaa fans, ah take slong on vur vacation trip, smoke, odor and heat. 1.50 to sines, dl. Muffin 1 ans Gen. ta- : - Knv(!, f,.'n 12.QO. ' 'utUa Prices Holder, Peas and Blotter. lOc. Toilet Wear. Slop jars, , - . . Swinging handle, $1.00; chamhers White Enamel Bowls, Paper KnapKins in great 35 to 75c; wash bowls and pitchers. Pans, Tea Keitle-, Milk Cans, variety. Plain , l-ancy, and As- $1.01) to $2.00; toilet sets, 1 to Water Pails, Dish Pans. Mugs, sorted Boxes, lOc. to 75c per pieces, $4.00 Cups, Saucers, Plates, etc. 100. Mrs. Martin Emstrum, of Oregon City, is visiting in Hood River this week. Do you need a carpeuter to do that odd job? Call up V. O. Coe, phone 571. Murray Kay is marketing some very flue cucumbers from his ranch just across the Hood River. O. If. Hartley is recovering from his attack of musoular rheumatism, and able to be out ou the street again. Gillis Hubbard, William, Phil und Mack Bird, Henry and John Combs nro among tbe Hood River men going to tbe harvest Holds In Eastern Oregon. Mr. Frank Woods returned bnnuav from a trip through California ana left on the afternoon boat for Carson to visit his bi other, Clitf, who is in business there. A. L. Phelps is making arrange ments to go to the hop fields ot the Yakima country, and wishes all those contemplating going, to let bun know, as he is making up a party to go together. J. E. Nichols has purchased a port- nl.le nine tone folding organ, wnicn can be taken to the cemetery to use at funeral services at the grave. He lias also engaged a paid choir to sing at funerals. Filer's music house, of Portland, have rented part of Booth's store and nnt in b nurload of niauos. which they say will be put on tbe market iu Hood niver at very low jniueo. oto m add in another column. Wm. llanuou, father and Jack Btig- Jey started for LoHt Lake Monday morning on a tlsning trip ana an oui- iu the mountains, iney iook along outfit and paraphanalia enough to hnve a good timo, and will no doubt succeed. C. E. Day has received his "dim mer," wnicu will no usea in me who trio wiring of tlio Odd Fellows hull, ind is happy. It is the only ap pliance of its kind in tlio city Btid is very effective in manipulating the lights iu lodge work. Mrs. Hyme and daughter, of Grand Forks, N. I)., spent a day with their old friends, Mr. and Mrs. (J. 11. Sletten, last Satuiday, leaving for home in tlio evening, iney go irom here to Salt Lake, and will visit sev eral Eastern cities on their way home. I ho plumbers nre about tbe busiest people in town these days. Uu ac count of the order from tho council to connect with the sewers, tuose who hrfve uot already done so have given their orders to the plumbers. More help is wanted, out li is uara no get. Several ears of bridge building ma chinery were dumped olf at Hood River Monday, and a camp is oeing built on the flat below the bridge for the crew. Work is to be commenced nt once ou the new bridge across Hood River and the grading done to straighten the track. C. D. Niukelson has moved bank to Hood River with his family from Hon drlck, Minn., where be has filled tho pulpit ot the M. E. church 'n that place for a couple of yoars. He was uot satisfied with the cold climate iu that country and will go on his ranch near tho Morse pla .e, at lielmout. Dr. II. 1). W. Piueo now has a suite of three rooms in the Smith block, across the ball from his old oflice room. He has them nicely fitted up, and is iu better shape to take cave of bis patients. He got the hest of the hot weather by fixing up a fan on bis electrio motor, which he oan move from place to place, by con neoting on the light wire. Jack Rand is now getting a supply of Hue peaches and summer apples from his ranch east of town, and is now supplying passengers on tbe trains and boats with the choice Hood River ai tide. Mr. Baud says that his peach crop is light on ac count of tbe March freeze, but that he will have a fair supply, and the quality is good. The merchants have signed an agree ment to chxe their places of business at seven o'clock in the evening, Sat urday nights excepted. It was at first endeavored to fix tho closing time at 0:15, but all would not agree to tho earlier hour, and 7 o'clock was fixed upon as a compromise. Tho move is a good one, and gives the merchants and their employes part of the evening, at least, to themselves. After September 1 the hour of closing has been Hxod at 6:15. gSheet Music- All tbe New Popular Airs received as soon as they are published, our counter of Special priced music, 10c, l.V, and 25c. per copy. Look over' Herbert Williams, wife and daugb- ter, of Minneapolis, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. . h. vtolpert. at White Salmon, for a couple of weeks, returned home Monday mrn i -g. Mr. Woolpeit has 5ti) acies of land a couple of miles north of the village, which he will drrefip, out en into small tracts, aid pi:!; on thu market, keeping a go"l 'anch (or himself. His ,M inni . i.)i- ;ri'"- ' were di'lighetd w ith the couiiii y, uu.l will probably be tbe means of loca ting other people out here from their section. Mrs. J. N. Mosicr came from Mo Bier Tuesday to visit friends. G J. Gessling was n passenger for Portland Tuesday afternoon. A. A. Scbenek and wife went to Seaside Tuesday to spend a few days at tho beach. Mr. and Mrs. Clark of Linden, KausHB, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. .). 1 1. Blount, at Barrett. Miss May Cooper returned to Mt. Hood from Viento Tuesday, where she spent a wecK visiting her sii-tei, Li.zio. The ladies of the Unitarian church will give a bake sale Saturday at Smith & Woods' window. Mm .1. 1 Wutt iu charge. Fine oak piano, slightly used, standard make, lor sale ut a bargain. Terms to suit purchaser. Apply to Mrs, i)r. Diiinhle. j'Jlall Julius bternau left Monday for Portland, and will go from tnere to Seaside to spend a few days before returning homo 'o Mexico. Cecil llolmun. Charles Foster and 1'liut Bradford left I'uiiMlay morning for a trip through t.m mountains aluog the White Salmon river hunting bear. The water wagon went cut of coin mission the Hint of Ihuneek, ami tho wind sifted the dust around through tho stores ou Oak titled at a terrilio rato. A. A. Jayne and family leave this week for a few weeks' outing ar. LohI Lake. They will go into camp at the Jake, which will be provisioned and litted up tor a comfortable stay. Mrs, Robert Leasure anil children, and father, E. lienson, returned from Portland Monday, wl er they have beon visiting relatives tor a couple of weeks. 1'. W. Mulkey, the choice of the people tor United Stales senator for the short teim, was in Hood. River Saturday attending a meet iug of the share holders of tho Kiist National Hank. Dr. U. II. Jenkins leaves w ith his lamily Saturday ou hi t annual vaca tion, and will go into camp ou the Little V bite Salmon, lie expects to spend a few weeks gutting uell tanned up and recuperating for another year's work. Dr. J. II. Wilson will have charge ol his olbce during his absence. Jus. T. Weinf. arrived thlH week from Los Angeles, where lie Iiiih been laid up in tun hospital for several months. He was n sulleriug from mi aliBcessof tho ear, requiring an opera tion which nearly cost, him his life. He will remain during the summer on his claim iu Dukes Valley, and return to LosA ngeles iu tie) fall. C. L. Copple wont to Portland Mon day afternon as a delegate to the Grand Lodge, A. O. U. W., from Riv erside Lodge, No. OS. While in Port land he will also be treated again lor bis eyes. Mr. Copplo has I ecu having a serious tuna with Ins eyes, having soveral operations performed iu re moving ulcers and grannies that form ou the lids. F. C. Shoniob lost twelve to llfteen tons of bay Friday evening by lire. Tho hay bad been stacked in thu meadow opposite the Shoemaker place, and about nine o'clock it was discovered on tire. H burned like t in der and could not be saved. The cause of tho lire is a mystery, and whs probably started by a trump crawling in there to sleep, and having a lighted pipo. Mrs. P. S. Davidosn, si., started Tuesday afterncon for 1 odium!, where she will join a parly ot lrleuds foi a trip to Alaska. They will go to Seat tle and sail from t heie on board the City of Seattlu for Skngway. They will visit the important cities and places of interest, making tho trip over the lukon and White Puhs rail road. The trip ill occupy several weeks. L. H. Hoggins and John Van Drl leu have purchased the lumber yard ami hardware business of ,)ns. Peters & Co., at The Dalles, and the hiisi ness will lie managed ly Mi. Van Dellen. Mr. Hoggins will continue to operate his general storo here and continue to live in Hood River. They were intending to start a Juinbei yard here, but the present opening present ing itself, they made that deal in sleiid. It is an old ilabli.-hed l.ihi ucks, luung a box faclniy, lumber yard and nurd ware ijusiines in con nection. Hermann Pi iggn, John Zci I auer and Frank Phil pe last Wednesday made the first ascensio-; of ,it. Hood this year, aside from the guide, tun they mndo it nlone. .None of them had evei made the trip before, and wn of the paity tinned back several times, as they w ,uld come aero.-s a crevusse, neatly hidden by the snow, but young Prigge kept on. and the other boys followed him until they ar rived at tbe top, They were nearly six hours getting to the top after they struck the snow line, and their faces ate well blistered from tho rellection of tbe sun on the snow. r GOOD STATIONERY (Soph a long way toward making a poorly written letter look well. We are showing a line of the VERY BEST STATIONERY in boxes, tablets, and bulk. Envelopes in all shapes and colors. SLOCOM'S 4 Are You Patriotic? If so patronize Home Industry. Use Hood River Flour and Feed. Come right down to the mill and get your Feed fresh and see how much farther it will go Hood River Milling Co. Our work guaranteed. Deitz Studio, fresh White Salmon asparagus at Met u ire Bros. Dr. Jones stient the day iu Portland yesterday. Dr. Dumbla went to Mosier Tues day ou a business trip. The infant son of I outs K. Ward, of Mosier, died Tuesday from cholera in fantum. Just red ived from tbe east, a half ton of pure maple sugar and syrup at Jackson's. Rufus Clapp and family, of Pres- cott, Oie., are visiting Mrs. Jennie Hughes. J. A. Hall was caught by a rolling log at (ireeu Point last week and re ceived a sprained ankle. John Leland Henderson has bis house finished and bis family came back from Portland last night to help get settled. $15,1101) worth of new and up to date merchandise to be slaughtered away at I. II. I luggins & Co.'s stock reduction sale, liegins Saturday, June Dili. Mrs. Herhring and (laughters, Helen ami Frieda, from Tho Dulles, spout a lew days iu Hood River lust week the guests of Mis, Mobr and family. Not for your dealer's sake, nor for Heiisoti's take but for your own sake i;et some of Benson's Fancy new potatoes. They will make you smile. For sale by KuiKrium. Five fHrniB inoneliody, 3L1) acres, 5 improvements cleared html with each, 7 miles from While Salmon on (joldcndale road, plenty of water, $:(() per aero. Call be sold in separate tracts for 30 days only. Terms easy. Hood River will play Troutdopa Sunday afternoon at Columbia park. The game will be called at '2 p. m. The local team is now playing all a eateiirs and are geting good prac tice. They are able to put up a good article of ball, and should be en oouraged by a good attendance. Catholic services at St. Mary's ohurch Sunday at 10:30. Fresh creamery butter and newly laid Hood River eggs at McOuira's. Fresh rhubarb, lettuce, green onions and cabbage, at Mctiuire Bros. Sheriff Ford, of Polk county, whs in th city a few days this week and looked over the valley. A big gang of Jap boys arrived yes terday on the local from Portland and will go to work at Dee. Wm. U. Elliot, jr., and his attor ney, Mr. (iamnions, came up from Portland yesterday on business. Do you want the best potatoes on the market? If so get Benson's Fancy. They are the best in tbe state of Oregon Tbe wind Mouday night collapsed the engine shed of the Mt. Hood rail road near the Truster stables, aud part of it went over the bank. W. F. Laraway suys that the com mittee are working on tbe arrange ments for the annual picnic, and will have a good one, but t he time and place have not yet been decided on. Mr. Dulfield, of Oklahoma, this we.sk visited his friend, Mr. Ramsey, who bought the Bums Jones place re cently, and is so well pleased with the valley that he intends to close up his business affairs in that state and re turn to Hood River to make his homo. Olive MHSsey, the two year old daughter of Mr. aud Mrs. F. L . Mas soy, of Dukes Valley, died Monday of disentory aud was buried in the Pine Urove cemetery Tuesday. J. K. Nich ols had charge of the runeral arrange ments. Sorvices were conducted at tbe grave by Rev. Klkins. The street commitee have recehed permission from II. F. Davidson to put up bitching rucks on his prooeity east of the cement building, and v ill do so at once. There is not enough, room, there, however, to acoomn o datethe teams from the country on a bus) J lay, and additional icom will be secured elsewhere.