The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, December 08, 1910, Image 11

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    HOOD RIVER GLACIER, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1901
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Fancy Linens, Towels, srfs. Toilet Sets. Manicure Sets, Ladies' Hand Bags, nair urnamgrng.
'Rarretts. Belt Buckles, Hat Pins, Fancy belts, rancy poxes nanuKercnieis, no, juauuv...
' ooi f n.ir iwo-nins. We out them out on the tables where you can see them,
and examine every article thoroughly at your leasure. Prompt and polite service guaranteed.
Notice These Remarkable Values
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23c
For a pair of Mcii'h Heavy Wool Socks worth
3.jc. We have a new, hvnh, C'le.-ui line of Work
HookH find Dress Socks. Vou will (hid rare
bargains in our hosiery department.
37c
For Men's Work Shirts. In all patterns.
Solid colors or stripes. Including values from
50c to $2.50. These Shirts are exceptioiml
values at the price offered.
98c
We have one of the finest stocks in Men's
Dress Shirts to be found anywhere. We offer
this entire line on this sale. This includes
white pleated Shirts and all other patterns.
Most all are coat-shirts.
$1.89
A Ladies' Sweater Coat, silver Oxford white
trimmed; green, white trimmed; or navy, white
trimmed-regular $2.00 value-Pi.AiN Uiuhkd.
We have bought an entire new line and have
some beautiful and attractive patterns.
Exceptional Values in all lines out on tables and marked with large price cards so you can see the REAL values we are offering
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Ladies Furs Furs, lv,, W
,arge Sidney Raccoon Cape, good Skinner satin
lining, very attractive, new and nobby 1 A
with muff to mutch J- "
Furs. Jap Lynx Scarf.
Black Opposum Sca rf and Muff, with) 00
lined v
Brazilian Mink, Skinner satin lining, 1 C
very beautiful set for P J- J
(ienuiue Hiver Mink, cape neck C00 0
pieco, muff to match
THESE BARGAINS CAN'T BE BEAT:
$ 1 .50 For a f"ents' Wod1 Sweater Coat of the regular $2.00 grade.
For a I'EQUOT HEM-STITCHED Sheet worth $1 .in. Regulation size 81 xiK).
66C For a larSe Sheet' Slx) flrst class gra(lc- Al1 new-
Writing Paper in Cabinets, beautiful X-mas (iifts. e have divided them into , tj cq
lots at prices from.
BRIiNU IN Till CHILDREN
WILL INTEREST Til EM AND YOU TOO
WELCOME TO
m id TDVI AND
I to $5.00. Christmas Tire Decorations. All the Decorations that one can desire. Candles and Candle liolders.ind linscl.
1rr ,, VT 1rTrT .r. Dx.P rnTi.nRF.N-S SHOES WE ARE CLOSING OUT FOR $1.00 PER PAIR
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c. u ,.,i ,.,,.,,,,.1 ,1,.. ,,. ,,. .-i.nco. The hill kniirhtH, were urn uiumomis in 1 uuK,, u. r ";- -." ,--".
LOCAL PIG SKIN
ARTISTS COMBAT
Woll, well, woll ! Tht-rn was humu!
football Kamo at the Chapman Turk
last Sunday when tho Hood River Ath
U'tic team 'spread a banquet to the pitf
Hkin artiBts from tho heiKhts and in
which they served their Ruenta with
ittMise vuuh mid wound the menu up
; with a 111 to 0 MaiK'e. Of course it
euuld have been IK! to 0 if the Ath
! letic squad had not taken up so much
1 time in smoking cigarettes while the
I globe was in scrimmaKe. Foot ball
( is a mighty heady game and it takes
a pile of brains to'linure out just what
tlie other fellows are Roinjj to do when
tli4 first svllublo lit the siirnal sounds.
The Athletics won their name because
of their superior knowledge of the
irame as a scienee. Hie lull knignis,
clad in the regulation paraphernalia,
loomed up pretty good in their prelim
inaries before the game, and they are
a mighty gritty lot of fellows, which
fact is lully evidenced m ineir staying
with the game to the end, and this in
the face of inevitable defeat. Mooney,
Tate and Little doe Carson were on the
j ib all the time and have the stull' in
them to make good on any all-star
team. Shively, Hartley and Sexton
were the diamonds in the rough for
tho rlwn-tnwn team, and this trio did
sure make some shining. When Sex
ton carried tho hog skin past the 2 by
4's with a lighted smoke in his mouth
it surely made the rooters loosen up.
Well, with Howell as referee and Kay
as umpire it was surely some game.
Come again, boys.
Sunday School Convention.
The County Sunday School conven-
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i$W$mlMM Can alwavs be found in thie Store. Never before have we
shown such a large assortment of Practical Merchandise sutitable for X-Mas gifts.
Toys, Toys, Toys, Nice Clean Stock at Right Prices
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Russian Hammered Steel.
Brushed Art Brass Goods
Hand Painted China,
Imported vSteins.
vSilverplaited Tableware,
Cutlery and Glasswae.
We have iurchiist(l the on tire sample
line brought t the coiist.
The best and most artistic brasswaM
ever offered.
inporhMl Italian and French studio painted
ware. Beautiful design and pattern
The largest assortment ever shown in
Hood River. All sizes.
The best makes at Hardware Price,
That means a saving.
All patterns, sizes and prices of useful
gifts for old and young
INSPECT OUR STOCK, IT WILL PAY YOU
Franz Hardware
Hood River, Oregon
Phone 14
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t;f,n uiaa VibIiI nt thp (.hristian ehurcn
last Friday afternoon and evening, and
all day Saturday. The weather was
unfavorable, and as a result the at
tendance was not large, but all who
were present enjoyed the good pro
gram, and profited by the helpful
and stirring words of all who took
part.
The address of welcome was given
by Rev. Mr. Har.dsaker, of the
f'hristiHn phureh.
A very interesting paper ton "Be
ginners in the Sunday School" was
read by Miss urace lurney.
Rev. C. A. I'hiuns. our State Sunday
schol secretary, was with us through
the sessions, and spoke on "The Equip
ment ot the Moaeibunuay acnooi aim
"Right and Wrong Methods in ieacn
ing a Class."
Mr. i'hilpps always has sonietning
good and is full of Sunday school
ideas. He is worth hearing. The sub
ject of Rev. Harris' address was the
"The Importance 01 neiigioos nuta
tion." Training for Citizenship,"
by Rev. E. T. Simpson. "The Reli
gious Poet of Israel," by Rev. J. R.
llargreaves. "Friendly Helpers," by
Mrs. K. . . NicKelsen. inese were
some of the good thh.gs tnai were
ereatlv enjoyed by those fortunate
enough to be present. Miss Helle
Ellis sang a solo ana tne rnmarv ciass
a song, both of which were helpful,
and showed that the little ones want a
part in the Sunday school work. The
Committee on Nominations, composed
of T. S. Handaker, Ralph Savage and
C. A. i'uuuy, reported as ionows;
President, M. D. Odell ; Vice-president,
Ralph Savage; Secretary and
treasurer, R. H. Waugh; Supt.
Teacher Training, Rev. Parsons; Supt.
Home Dept., Mrs. J. A. Wilson; Supt.
Elementary Dept., Miss Grace Turney ;
Supt. Adult Dept., Rev. James Davis
son; Supt. Good Citizenship, Rev. E.
T.Simpson; Supt. Temperance, Mrs.
J. VV. Rigby.
Committee on Resolutions reported
as follows :
Resolved. That we extend our ap
preciation of the courtesy of the
officials of this church for the use of
this church edifice for our convention,
and to the people and pastor for their
hospitality and their many tokens of
kindness to us.
Resolved, That we appreciate the in
spiring and helpful talks and addresses
and helpful talks and addresses of Bro.
C. A. Phipps.
Resolved, That we extend our thanks
to all who have helped in any way to
make this convention a success.
Respectfully submitted,
Isaac Peart,
Mrs. Lee Morse.
The committee on Finance, composed
of R. H. Waugh, Mrs. N. A. Wilson
and Mrs. S. E. Bartmess, suggested
that the plan adopted at the state con
vention he followed, namely, to ask
the Sunday schools to give toward
state work four cents per member and
for county work, 1 one cent per mem
ber. The reports of the committees
were received and adopted. The place
decided on for holding the next con
vention was Odell. President F. G.
Coe was elected to represent the
county association at the state conven
tion to be held at Corvallis. It was
decided to organize a Teachers' Train
ing Class and the different schools are
asked to remember the date, Decem
ber 1G, at 7 :30 p. m, and the place,
Christian church, Hood River. Our
pledge for state work is $35, of which
$18.50 has been paid. Will the schools
that have not yet responded, kindly see
4K.it thnir a nnnrt innmpn t. five cents
per member, reaches the Secretary at
an early date?
R. H. Waugh, County Sec'y.
WOOWWOOD!
Four Foot Fir for Sale
Well Seasoned
and Sound.
Ring up 2152-m
"Watertight"
Shoe Oil
is waterproof
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"Duckbak,,
Clothing
is waterproof
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The Apple Show is Over
but Our Style Show is On
Throughout the country the best stores
in every large city are showing
Benjamin Clothes
As a man of good taste you should see
them
NOT EXPENSIVE
$20.00 to $27.50
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