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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 31, 1903)
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O. R. & N. TIME TABLE.
No. 2, t'lilcKO Hnecial, 11:43 a. m.
No. 4, Hi)okuno Flyer, 10:10 p. m.
No. , Mall and KxpresK, 10:50 p. rn.
No. 24, Way FrelKlit, 12:10 p. ni.
No. 22. Kant Freight, i:20 a. m.
No. 1, Portland Special, 8:03 p. m.
No. 3, Portland Klyer, 6:32 a. m.
No. 8, Mall and Express, 6:26 a. m.
No. 23, Way Freight, :25 a. m.
No. 21, Kant Freight, 5:1.) p. m.
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
Notary Public done by Barnes.
We can fill your orders for chicken at
the Central Market.
For Sale The Galligan farm. Apply
to J. L. Henderson.
Use Williams' anti-septic hair tonic
and keep off gray hairs.
Vnii oan apt highest market orice for
your eggs at Central Market.
Barnes, the real estate man, has a ,
competent stenographer in his office.
We carry a full line of groceries, flour
and feed. Bone & McDonald. i
" We are paying cash for vegetables and j
fruit at the Central market.
Barnes collects rent. pays tuxes, draws!
up transfer papers and writes insurance.
Don't pay rent. See Barnes, the real
estate man and have a home of your
For Sale L. J. Mulkins' place, ad
Joining Lvman Smith ; price $3000. Ap
ply to J. L. Henderson.
Two hundred to $5,000 to loan on real
estate. If your security is good your
money is ready, l'rather Investment Co.
Barnes, the real-estate man, has for
pale one of the best stock ranches in
Sherman county. -
For spring v.agons, buggies, harrows,
cultivators, pumps, etc., go to McDon
ald & Henrich,
Bone & McDonald will deliver powder
on Saturday of each week. Place your
order with them.
If you want, to file on timlier land
homesteads, call on George T. l'rather,
U S. Commissioner, district of Oregon.
For Rent For a term of 10 years, the
two lots on -State street, back of Hart
mesa' and the Paris Fair. Apply. to J.
For Sale The 50 acre straw berry farm
owned by A. K. Lake and others, on
west side. Price f 14.000. All in straw
berries in their prime. A good oppor
tunity for several bi.yers to go in to
gether and each secure a part. Must
all be sold at once. Terms half or more
cash. Fur wile hv John L. Henderson.
We have been
have been hon
ored with your
favors ami con
the year, nndj
we take thisj
to express our BOX STATIONERY Fine grade , white
appreciation and the paper in plain n.iid fancy weaves. You'll be an-
ing vear may be to swernig all
you all full
o' r.v, nor to write
because of continued
box. Your's Saturday, per box
January NoProfit Sales.
TIIEHK is always something new at the Little Store with little prices. We de
vote much time to keeping our store attractive and giving you the benefit
of new ideas in merchandising. During the month of January we will hold week
ly sales. The first week will le a 4c saltv hundreds of useful articles that sell for
two or three times this price will be loaded on counters in the main isle of our
store where you 00 n easily make your purchases. This will be followed by a 9e
pale, and later by 1 4c and 2-e sales. Each sale will be especially attractive and
will afford discerning Stoppers an opportunity to obtain values not matched in
the city department stores. We know you will watch our partial bargain lists
appearing in our adds for the next few weeks, with interest. It's someingto you.
FRANK A. CRAM,
Always Up To Date,
Will Sell all Seasonable Lines
Commencing at once and continuing
until stock is sufficiently reduced
to satisfy stock book -showing.
ODD LINES IN EVERY DE
PARTMENT. Men's and Boys' Clothing, Over
coats, Shoes. Dress Goods in Dress
Lengths. Eiderdown Dressing Safeu.v
Underwear, " Wool Underwear
Smoking Jacket's, Wool Hosiery,
Lined Gloves, Cloaks,
Sweaters, etc., Capes, Furs.
Everything must go regardless of Cost.
When considering the purchase of
Clearance Sale and buy
goods at manufacturer's cost.
Pure Lard. We are selling our pure
kettle-rendered lard as cheap as you can
buy any other brand of lard in town.
We manufacture our own lard; it is
made from pure hog fat and Is not
steamed as most of the lard put up by
large packing houses. We have all the
modern contrivances for putting up first
class lard and will guarantee every
bucket. Five pound buckets, 75c; 10s,
(11.45. MAYES BROS.
Two hundred acres, nearly level, A 1
fruit land, 7 miles from town, easily
cleared, on county road, near school. A
first-class investment for you. Price,
1(20 per acre,. Terms. Geo. D. Cul
bertson & Co.
Twenty acres unimproved land one
mile from town, all under irrigation, well
suited for orchard and poultry farm,
good soil, on county road. A good bar
gain. Price 650. Geo. D. Culbertson
One 5-acre and one 10-acre clearing
land contract to let. Inquire of John
Twelve acres, three acres planted in
apples, young, excellent orchard land,
all irrigated and fenced, on county road,
l)j riiiles from town. A snap for qnick
sale. Price $1,000. Terms. Geo. D.
Culbertson & Co.
Say, Stuart's confectionery and oyster
parlor are only charging 35c a pint and
(i5c a q uart for oysters, and carry the
best candH-s made. Have you bought
any yet? Don't miss them.
Crabs? 15c at Carrier's.
Carrier serves oysters, meals, etc., at
any old hour.
Ellsworth Hanna, who is a student at
Philomath college, is home for the holi
days. Miss Ruth Kigby, who is a student at
Willamette university, Salem, is home
for the holidays.
Claude E Copple and wife of Hood
River are visiting C. M.Young and fa oi
ly Eugene Register.
Miss Ruth Rigby and the Misses Ev-i
ans. daughters of Rev. W. C. Evans, I
are home for. the holidays from
Willamette university at Salem.
A. B. Billings of Mount Hood was in
town Friday and staid all night, a guest
at the Mt. Hood hotel. Mr. Billings
says the days are too short and he is
getting too old to make the round trip to
llood River and home again same day.
Miss Georgia Bonney came in from
Tygh Valley last Wednesday and re
turned home Thursday evening accom
panied by her sister bmma. The girls
went to The Dalles on the night train,
and to Tygh Valley on Christmas day.
MissKmma returned to Hood River
IN THE HABIT OF TRADING
141st SATURDAY SURPRISE
tilt; letters you owe, with mce
on. like tins is sens lor zoc
A DEPARTMENT STORE IN MINIATURE,
v. u. wcuiure oi rortiana was in
Hood River last week and went over to
look after things on his White Salmon
ranch. Last season was Mr. McClure's
first year in the strawberry business.
He was well pleased with his returns.
his crop averaging him $2.40 a crate. He
has an early place, and can always
couni on gooa prices, tie says ne car
ried all bis plants through last summer
without water except a few in sandy soil.
The plants are doing nicely, and he ex
pects a big crop next year from his 10
acres. He built a 60,000 gallon reser
voir and laid 5,000 feet of piping this
Business enterprises are crowding in
thick and fast at White Salmon. A new
firm, Balsiger Bros., have temporarily
rented Mr. Thomas' old store building,
and some time in January will open a
general merchandise store. In the spring
they will build a large store on the cor
ner of Main street, and Jewett avenue.
W. R. Insley & company of East Port
land have rented the Bancroft building
and will open out with a stock of groc
eries. The report was current last week that
the Mount Hood Lumber company had
secured a tract of land on the south side
of Indian creek and was to erect 30 cot
tages for renters. Mr. Early, superin
tendent of the company, assured the
Glacier there was nothing in the rumor.
The company has, though, arranged
to assist some of its former employes to
purchase property and build homes in
The friends and neighbors of Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. Cowherd gathered
at their residence Christmas night
and enjoyed an evening with music The
instruments consisted of two violins, two
guitars, a picolo and an organ, with
Mr. and Mrs. 8. 8. Wilkins, Mr. Billings
and Dick Loving as the performers. The
others present were Mrs. Billings, Mrs.
Loving, Mra.Benjamin and son and Mr.
At the meeting of Can by post and W.
R. C, last Saturday, it was decided to
have the installation of officers at the
meeting January 12 held jointly. Cap
tain J. P. Shaw will act as installing
officer for the post. The post will give
an oyster supper, at which only pros
pective members of the W. R. C. or
Grand Army will be invited. C. J. Da
kin, late of the 4th Minnesota, was ad
mitted into the post by transfer card.
Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Daly of Portland
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. G.
Snow Christmas. Mr. Daly and Mr.
Snow were formerly partners in the
blacksmith business in Portland.
Ralph Lewis, the fancy poultry dealer
of Belmont, returned, Tuesday, from
Portland, where he spent Christmas.
We start out
on the New
year with plen
ty of energy
nation to work
with you and
help build up
ing a success of
t oward a great
rmtnbllohnient as the
J. M. Bpriggs.the Glacier'sChenowitb
correspondent, was in Hood River, Sat
urday. Mr. Spriggs is logging for the
Washington .Lumber company, while
Mrs. Spriggs has charge of the boarding
house for the loggers and mil! men. He
says Davenport and Kautz will finish
up this winter with the timber around
their present location, ana will then
move their mill nearer the Columbia.
The Chenowith country has a -splendid
future. The Columbia River Northern
people have expended fi0,000, says M
Sprigg, in surveys and work on
gigantic irrigation system. This conr
pany lias bought up all the available
land, and when water is brought out,
this land will be eut up into small tracts
and sold to settlers. The soil is fine for
apples and in a few years Chenowith
should be marketing this fruit by the
8. bj. isartmess moved into his new
brick annex last week. He now has over
10,000 square feet of floor sf ace, affording
him plenty of room lor a proper display
ot ins large stock oi turniture. The on
dertaking department has been moved
to the second noor, where it is entirely
separate from the rest of his store. The
interior of the first floor has been paint
ed white, and with the plate-glass win
dows the main display room ia well
lighted. In the rear is a separate apart
ment for an immense stock of paints
and oils. Facing Oak street in the
second story is a desirable suite of office
rooms ready lor renters. With these
extensive improvements Mr. Bartmess
has one ot the most commodious and
best arranged stores in town, well suited
to his growing trade.
He who did not hear the Coserove
Concert company missed a rare musical
treat, fevers member is an artist,
Harry Woods Can hot be excelled on the
xylaphone. Louise Torgensen, violin
ist, possesses a fine instrument, of which
she is a perfect mistress. She .was re-
called at both her appearances. Will
iam Hawkins plays an excellent trom
bone. The musical novelties are fine
and the work done on them was perfect.
The company is composed of refined,
skillful, musical artists whose difficult
selections afford the players almost as
much enjoyment as they do the audi
ences, lhevwill be Ions remembered
here and will meet with a packed house
should tney ever return.
Preparations are well under way for
the Oregon Christian Endeavor convex
tion, which is to be held at Pendleton,
february ia-22. State President Lock'
wood has given out an outline of the
programme: the convention theme will
be "forward." Bev. K. L. House will
preach the convention sermon Friday
evening. Saturday morning will be de
voted to a school of methods; the after
noon to a business session. Sunday
there will be regular church services,
with a junior rally in the afternoon.
Monday's theme will be "Evangeliza
tion." The O. R. A N. has made a rate
of $6 85 if 100 go from Portland.
I. A. Macrum of Mount Hood gave the
Glacier office a call Monday. He had
just returned from University Park,
where he went to see his son, a new
comer in this country. Mr. Macrum
says A. S. Disbrow is very proud to
think he got ahead of the Glacier man
four days in becoming a granddad. The
child was born at University Park while
Mr. Macrum was at Mount Hood, and
the birth notice in the Glacier was the
first notification be had of the import
Oeoriie Dimmick, who came down
from Walla Walla three weeks ago, re
turned Monday to that place, where be
is farming 500 acres oh wheat on rented
land. John Dimmick. who, has been
workmg for his brothe.- George, with his
wile and child, came down from Walla
Walla two weeks ago and will make his
home at Mount Hood. H is child, a boy.
was born November 6, 1903.
Miss Edith Clarke, late of New York
city, has been the guest of Mies Ethel
hntrlean at Paradise farm for the past
four days She left for Portland this
morning and will depart from there
hnrtiy with her mother for London and
then to Dresden, Germany, where she
will take a three-years' musical course.
Thomas Calkins presented the Glacier
with a jar of strained honey from the
piary of the Idaho Industrial Institute.
It is fine. E. I). Calking will in a few
days have for sale 200 pounds of this ex
cellent alfalfa honey.
Residents of Road District No. 6 Re
member the meeting called for 7:30 p.
January 7, 1904, at Pine Grove
school house, to take action for gravel-
ng the new grade, beginning at the rose
It was a green Christmas at Hood
River and promises to be the same for
New Year's day. We have had no rain
since December 19. The thermometer
has remained near the freezing point
since that'date, with a light east wind.
James E. Hanna, who is running a
saw mill at Scappoose, Oregon, came
home for Christmas. Mr. Hanna cuts
ties principally. He has a good business
and is doing well.
S. S. Wilkins is a new arrival from
Kansas. He is pleased with Hood
River, and says he wouldn't take $500
and return to the land of cyclones and
Dr. E. T. Cams and family are at
Phoenix, Arizona. He writes to have
his Glacier sent to that place and says
the home paper will fill in the lonesome
William J. Helmer, 14 years ol d, does
the freighting for his father's store at
Mount Hood, driving a double team. He
was in town Monday.
Sheriff Sexton, County Clerk Lake,
C. J. Crandall and J. B. Goit, all of The
Dalles, were in Hood River Monday.
The annual meeting for the election of
officers for the Union church, Mon
day, January 4, at 2 o'clock.
The ladies' aid of the Congregational
church will meet next week with Mrs.
P. S. Davidson, jr.
T. C. Dallas spent Christmas at Ore
gon City with the family of his sistir,
Miss Gladvs Hartley, a student at Pa
cific University, is home for the hol
A Happy Sew Tear.
The youth of the year ia fitly wedded
in common speech and common hope
with happiness for friends and kinfolk.
We can wish nothing better than that
they may not only escape grief and suf
fering but be happy during the coming
vcar. Now for a word of thanksgiving
for six months of care and kindness
shown me by the patrons on my mail
route, and I wish to acknowledge to the
great number who remembered me
with Iriendly Christmas packages,
which both the old and young most
heartily appreciate. Your postman,
A pretty wedding took place at the
residence of the bride'a parents. Mount
Tnlor, Wednesday evening, December
23, 1!K)3, when A.'Stuke and Mis May
Thompson were married br Rev. r
Johns of the M. E. church. The rooms
were decorated with everereens. About
7 oVIock Mrs. Nannie NaMmrthe ren
dered the wedding march. The bride
looked very pretty in a town of Paris
crepe over cream silk and carried a bo
ijuet of white carnations. Following
congratulations aencioot sapper was
The first services in the new Unitarian
church were held last Sunday. There
was splendid music and an able sermon
by Rev. W. G. Eliot, jr. After the mu
sic, slips of paper were passed among
the congregation and $221.45 was sub
scribed without personal solicitation to
ward liquidating the church debt. This
leaves about $79 unpaid. The church
cost about $2,200, and is a handsome
addition to Hood River's long list of
On Thursday evening of this week the
Endeavor society expects to give a box
and watch meeting at the Barrett school
house. A cordial invitation ia extended
to every one wishing to aid the Endeav
orers in their work, and especially to
each lady to bring a basket. There will
be lunches for sale for those who do not
purchase baskets. A short programme,
sale of baskets, and a royal good time
. J. T. Cooper, wife and three children,
and cousin,Miss Lizzie Davis, and sister,
Miss Lizzie Cooper, came down from
The Dalles Thursday morning to spend
the holidays with tiie old folks at Mount
M. F. Jacobs has just completed an
other cottage house on bis lots in Blow
ers addition. This is the second house
Mr. Jacobs ha? erected during the past
V. V. Willis, principal of the Arling
ton schools, was in Hood River during
the week looking for a small piece of land
Miss Carrie Copple, who is teaching
in the public schools at Woodburn. is
home for the holidays.
We will place on sale at greatly reduced prices from our large stock of
goods, everything that must interest persons having wearing apparel or
household goods to supply. Big reductions in : Cloaks, Skirts, Waists
and Ladies' wearing apparel. Ladies', Men's and Children's Shoes.
Silks, Black and Colored Dress Goods. Underwear, Hosiery, Ribbons,
Gloves and Neckwear., Men's and Boys' Clothing, Furnishings and hats.
Crockery, Kitchen Goods, Silverware, Cut Glass and Lamps.
served in the dining room, after which
the happy couple departed for their
home in Eastern Oregon. Those pres
ent were Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Thompson,
Misses Kliie, Lillie, Edna Thompson,
Layton Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Will
iam Thompson, Air. and Mrs. J. w.
Miss Thompson was a former . Hood
In Hood River, December 24. 1903, to
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Huxley, a son. .
All millinery at cost at Mine. Abbott's.
For bargains in Silverware, see Clarke,
Choice of three horses for sale cheap
by W. J. Baker.
Clarke, the ieweler. cm Aran tee all
watch, clock and jewelry repair work.
A New Year's resolve to attend "the
night school is commendable. Stick to it.
Do vonr eves need attention? If so.
call on Clarke, the jeweler and optician.
An infant night school is with us;
only proper nourishment will ' keep it
alive another winter.-
Don't forget that Huxley will accept
trade for night school tuition ; no eggs,
please (at 45 cents).
The Little White Store at Odell has
dry yellow pine 16-inch wood for sale,
delivered, at $2 a rick. -
For Sale Residence on State street at
head of Front; $2,500, including 3 lots.
John Lkland Henderson.
When you need a good diamond at the
lowest porsible figure, quality and size
guaranteed by the cutter, call on Clarke,
Lutheran. Services on New Year's
day at 10 a. m. H. J. Kolb, pastor.
tTuion. Rev. Troy Shelley will preach
at 11 o'clock. Quartet song : "After all
A nnmber of young people have re
quested a watch-nieht meeting at the
U. B. church, Thursday evening. Ad
dresses, singing, etc. Come. Decision
hour at midnight.
Methodist Episcopal. 11a. m. "My
Kingdom is not of this World." 7:30.
Satan Bound for a thousand ears."
All welcome. Come early and get a
Unitarian. Services in the new
church, W.O.EIiot.jr.. minister in charge.
Sunday school at 10 a. ni. Service at 11
. m. Subject of sermon : ''The Found
ation of a Happy Life." All are wel
Valley Christian Services s usual.
snhject at 11 o'clock "Power of I'crsoiial
Work." At 7:30 p. m. "Who is He
oonsil.lefor One's Unbelief?" Or, "In
Man Responsible if he can not Relieve."
A. A. Beery, pautor.
Christian Tabernacle. Services st
r'armichael's hall. Sunday school evprv
Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Prearhinir bv
Re A. A. IWry. every 1st and 3d Sun
day immediately following Sunday
-chool. All are given a kindly invita
tion. A. B. Cah, Superintendent.
Congregational Church Rev. J L.
Henhner, pastor. I're.iehinsr services,
ith worship, will be conducted by the
captor at 11a. m. and 7:30 p. m Sun
day school at 10 a. m. Midweek meet
ing on Thnrly, at 7:30 p. ,m. Song
service on Friday evening All are in
vited to these service.
United Brethren. Bishop X. Castle,
D. D., will preach at the U. B. chnrch
.next Sabbath morning at 11 o'clock. Rev.
The Real Thing.
During the year we have sold lots of goods all
former records being eclipsed. The result some
broken lines we are going to sell for GO days, NOT
AT COST, BUT BELOW COST. Every Shoe
listed is a foot below wholesale. You may think ,
this is like a Portland department store fake sale.
If you do, it's your loss.
9 pairs Ladies' Kangaroo Calf, fine soft stock $ 1.15
8 pairs Ladies' Kangaroo Calf, spring heel 1.00
6 pairs Ladies' Dongola, lace tip, neat 1.15
5 pairs Boys' Kangaroo Calf, seamless 1.15
8 pairs Men's Creole Congress, reliable 75
3 pairs Men's Kip, buckle 75
10 pairs Men's Calf, lace, medium weight, good 1.50
3 pairs Logging shoes, size 7 only 2.35
Good run of sizes in all but one. Do as you
please about buying, but they won't last long.
Hundreds of articles reduced. If you say so we
will SHOW YOU.
J. T. Merrill, P. E., will have charge
of the-service and will .preach , in the
evening: The bui(iess tsemsion ' of the
quarterly conference will be held Wed
nesday evening, December 30. Cordial
invitation to all.
Death of W. T. Hmisherry.
W. T. Hansburry, after an illness of
about 30 days, died nt his home in Hood
River December 30, 1003, at 2:30 p. m.,
aged 02 years and 10 months. Funeral
will be held under the auspices of the
G. A. R., Friday, January 1, 1904. All
members of Can by post are expected to
attend.' The services will be held at the
M. E. church at 1 :S0 p. m.
A Frightened Horse.
Running like mad down the street
dumping the occupants, or a hundred
other accidents, are every day occurren
ces. It behooves everybody to have a
reliable salve handy and there's none
as good as Bucklen's Arnica salve. Burns,
cuts, sores, eczema ami piles disappear
quickly under its soothing effect. 25 c
at Clias. N. Clarke's drug store.
Adverfised Letter List.
December 28, 1003.
Keen, Mrs O Kmeixon, E H
Barlo, Ward Van Horn, Buit
, WM. M. YATES, P. M.
' COURTING IN IRELAND.
Layers and Lovminklnjf In the Land
at the Shamrock.
The Irish way of courting In the old
flays and in quiet country place even
to the present day was and Is very dif
ferent from that style of thing which
makes the subject of many finely paint
ed romances. There were no stolen In
terviews, no twlllpht walks, no thought
of kisses or even hnnd clasps In short,
no lovemaklng whatever. But If they
Were at reaping or hayniaking Toter
took his place next to Uosie, helpfd to
bind her sheaves when lib? owu were
oone and at noonday took bLs. share of
sxida cake and his draft of milk from
her hands. Then in the quiet evening,
when the work was done and the even
ing nieul was over, Petor' would rise
and look out of the door and say to his
father or sisters: " Tls a fine night. I
think I'll go for a bit of a stroll." And
the bit of a stroll inevitably ended on
ihe narrow path through the whin
bushes up to the stile, over . which It
was but three steps Into Alec McCros
san's haggard, and then across to where
the firelight shone welcoming through
an open door.
Around the Are the family circle was
widened to make room for hhu, as a
matter cf ccurss. Maybe he took a
draw at the pipe, and maybe he didn't.
Anyhow be would sit there quiet and
contented for long enough, talking all
the time to McCrossan or the neighbor
men. but with quiet, happy eyes watch
ing I'osle, the loved and chosen one, as
she sat In the flickering light or moved
about the room. And there was a gleam
In her eyes and a smile on her lips
which told him he was welcome and
bade him stsy long and come again
soon, and In h!s heart was a firm re
solve, as soon as ever he saw his way
to marrying, that he would have Rosle
and no other.
This, In spite of all that ia written Id
story books and silly romances or
shown on the stage, la the recognized
and seemly Irish way of courting.
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They Parity the Atmosphere
Benefit the Hainan System.
The cold wave, bo much dreaded by
most people, Is really a blessing In dis
guise. It charges the atmosphere with
fresh oxygen and a surplus of fret
electricity, which produces a most ex
hilarating and beneficial effect upon
mankind. Torpid energies are aroused,
physical vigor and resistance Increased,
by ths advent of a cold wave to such
an extent that any Incidental damagi
Is more than made up for.
Tho American climate has a I way i
been recognized as a strong factor in
causing the aggressiveness and enter
prise which have lifted our people Into
the first rank among nations and mads
as commercially supreme. The cold
wave, with Its results of increased en
ergy and vigor, Is a meteorological phe
nomenon peculiar to this country. Ths
chief of the weather bureau at Wash
ington explains the origin of this wave.
It appears that with a high pressors
system, rotating wlUi great velocity,
large volumes of cold air are drawn
down from above the. clouds, so thai
the cold wave Is "homemade," being
simply a product of motion. The sys
tem of motion originates In the north
west, but the cold air comes from
above the clouds.
The cold wave is not only useful fot
Its beneficial effect upon the human
system, but as a cleansing and purify
ing agency. It dissipates the deadly
carbonic acid gas, the product of respi
ration and combustion, and the foul ef
fluvia' of decaying matter, Increasing
atmospheric circulation generally and
thereby relieving stagnation. Medical
Mrs. Patty-Do you really think Dr.
Duckman is a skillful physician?
Mrs. Glblin (the patient) I don't
know so much about that But be has
:uch a quieting way with Wm! When
I said I hoped I shouldn't be burled
alive he said he'd look out for that
Wasn't that thoughtful of hlm?-Bo
In a Baa War.
Mary I'm sorry to hear that you'v
not been feeling well. What seems t
be the matter?
Jane I suppose I am run down
Why, for the last month I baver't beef
able to put any heart even Into mj
shopping. Brooklyn Life.
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