The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, July 02, 1908, Page Three, Image 3

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' DREAM SENSATIONS.
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pariane In 8lp.
Bom of oar common dreams Mem
to b directly traceable. Slipping
down of the blankets is followed bj
dreams of arctic relief expeditions ot
falling Into snowdrifts. A gas distend
ed stomach, pushing up the diaphragm
and compressing the lungs, produces
dreams of "something sitting on youi
chest" or dramatic struggles against
other forms of suffocation.
The common single dream, that ot
falling, falling, falling, from a great
height, to wake with a gasp of relief
Just as you are about to strike and be
dashed to pieces, Is probably due to
the general muscular relaxation and
falling of the head, arma and limbs
which accompanies settling down to
sleep. Careful studies have shown that
it almost Invariably occurs during the
first forty-five seconds of sleep. A slip,
a change of position of a sixteenth of
an Inch, is enough to suggest the Ides
, of falling to the brain. It "does the
rest" and provides out of Its swarming
storehouse of Images the precipices,
flights of stairs, giddy mastheads and
other scenic effects. If the impression
Is not vivid enough to wake you, you
"strike bottom" with a delicious sen
sation of restful warmth and repose
just such as your tired body la getting
from Its "downy couch."
The next common dream, which we
have all had scores ot times and which,
as Dickens quaintly said, he was sura
even Queen Victoria, with all her royal
wardrobes full ot clothes, must have
also had, that of auddenly finding your
self In public half dressed, seems al
most equally traceable.
The dream, and we can all recall itt
mortifying vividness, is usually asso
ciated with Insufficient or displaced
bedclothes. This gives our drowsy
brain cortex the Idea that we havenl
sufficient clothes on. Our arms and
shoulders being completely covered by
the close fitting upper half of the
nightgown, the Impression of unpro
tectedness comes most vividly from
our unlncssed lower limbs. Our well
trained modesty takes furious fright,
and hlnc illae lachrymae (hence these
tears). Dr. Woods Hutchinson In
American Magaslne.
Practical.
The great Marchesi, like other fa
mous singers, was the recipient of val
uable gifts from an admiring public.
Many of these were of a perishable
nature, and some were rich and rare.
One only bore the character of abso
lute practicality. During a concert
tour in Switzerland there was one con
cert In which the prima donna was
especially brilliant. She sang a varied
programme a song from Handel, an
Italian air, some German songs and
not only through the greatness but the
diversity of her gifts roused the audi
ence to a tremendous pitch of enthu
siasm. Many persons crowded up to
her when the concert was over, over
whelming her with the profusion of
the flowers they brought After the
crowd had dispersed a bashful looking
girl came up, holding a parcel In her
hand,
"You delighted me so very much at
your last concert," said she, "that to
day I should like to express my admi
ration for you In person. Flowers,
however, fade. I therefore beg to offer
yon a lasting and practical souvenir
which will keep me in your memory."
With these words she unwrapped a
silver soup ladle, presented It and dis
appeared. Japs Never Take Cold.
There are many public baths hi Ja
pan, but nearly every private house
has one either in the house Itself or ad
jacent to it.
. The ordinary bath consists of a large
wooden tub, oval in shape and fitted
with a cover. Before be enters the
tub the bather thoroughly lathers him
self from head to foot and washes the
suds off by means of a wooden ladle
or dipper. He then sits In the tub im
mersed up to his chin for several min
utes, enduring a degree of beat by
which a European would be well nigh
parboiled. ,
When Japan first began to study
the methods of western nations the
excessive heat of the baths was strong
ly condemned, and a law was made
that the water In the public batha
should be only moderately heated.
This caused great discontent, so a com
mittee composed of European and
Japanese medical men was appointed
to decide the question. The verdict
was in favor of the national custom,
which was pronounced to be not only
harmless, but beneficial.
The high temperature of the water
was said to open the pores of the skin
thoroughly, even without the use of
boap, and a healthy action of the skin
and cleanliness were secured which
It was impossible to get with any
amount of washing In cold or so called
hot baths.
- " New Daocrnlon.
The pretty and ingeniously contrived
floral "dlabola" will appeal to number
less devotees of the new game as an
Item for table decoration. The body
of the spool a large pasteboard one
will do Is covered with tiny "yejlow
chrysanthemums, which, you know, do
dot easily, wilt, and the tire are of
mauve. The spinning cord and wands
sire - decked with any kind of -bright
jlowfcrs and foliage.; It can be suspend'
-od tfom the chandelier over the table
nud furtner'decorated with gauze but
terflies, . :
x; The Right View.
' The San Franoisoo Chroniole makes
teference to the outlook for fruit in
CaThfornla, and to some extent what
it save is applicable to, this part of
the FaoiSo northwest. I'he oomment
of the Chronicle is as follows:
"All sgree that tb fruit crop of
this ftst. exoept prunes, will be very
large and of good quality. The short
see of prunes, is really fortunate. It
will enable packers who bold stocks
pnrchated at hlvh prlc hut summer
to onload vithont the los-ies at one
time;feard, and pet ioto a position
to buy this yeBr's crop. All other
fruits tromita well Tbe prices to
grocers now spoken of, although nat
urally f mailer (ban those reoeived un
der the stimulus of the prosperity ot
Inst year, are far shove the average of
the 1 at- ten years, and are satisfao
t :tt ThKV will be nroflahle to grow-
trv, i nd afford a profit to those who
b v tbttn. And unlets me ouyers oo
mi ke a profit the growers will soou be
heating the
V
The
n
A
eMctrtcHT. sere everrwuere
of bran fenelr nickel slated ii
living-room.
earew agency.
without customers Ibe consuming
ability of the oouutry has by no
means been impaired, as st one time
it wi leared that it would be. that
is conciusivtly proved by the satisfac
tory prioes reoeived for the later cit
rus fruits and the early deciduous
fruits wbtob are now going to market.
"We have noted in some of the in
terior papers that there was fear that
there would be no money availble to
handle tbia fruit crop. Leading bank
era in this oity tell us that suob talk
is nonsense, thai funds will be avail
able, and that all responsible Inter
cut 4 will be cared for. Tbey say that,
as beretotoie, the crop can be Uoanoed
from this city, and even i' they could
not, all who read kuow that there is
at present a pletboia of money in
eastern center t, and that no trouble
is expected in handling the crops this
year. The ability of the treasury to
help out is leu than it baa been, but
as a piboeuutlon agaiost any possible
shortage cf tuuda to-called clear lug
house asaociatlous lire already torm
ina; at the east under the new law, so
ss to be ready in case ot uutxpeoted
necessity.
"Tbe fruit crops of Ibis ttate are
very Important. Ibey are good this
j ear. There is money to handle
them. It should be and will be a
prosperous year in this state, and ev
erybody should plan tot it. It would
be well it the croakers wo ld clear
out of tbe state. As a man tbioketb,
so la he."
The Same Old Story. .
A few yeaia from now some ot ut
will be sayinK, "Only a short lime
ago this piece ot grcund end that
piece of ground, wbere tbr.se 1" re
build intis lire, and I bi t Hue farm is.
were mverfd wit ti t-aKehru-b, and 1
could have bought it at 10 if r acre."
It will be the sun e i Id story, it is
part of tbe Malory of every country.
Lakeview Herald
Kennedy' Laxative Cough rnrui
nets (.eutlv upon the txjweU ami tn r
by drive 'the coM out nf the ayMn.
fold by Keir ami CVe.
Keep Flielitlnir.
There is one serious irjnlle about
tbe introduction of parui-itea to tight
insect petUs. Tbfct if ibut bm ueb
parasites are Introduced a irai.t many
people give up at ooee ntlur method
of fighting thie petit They an- hi'V
ing some trouble nlonii thU line in
Califi rnia at tbe present time. Tbe
parasite t I he rnriliuir ui- III baa n t
ii.i.n iiilri..1npi d iniiL1 etinnuu tu be
come mint ion but alirndv not a few
oichardiatM harn tjUit nprn UK tour
tree Paiasitet are useful lmt.ee
have ni'l .ia n tic h enthuif hhiii about
tbeT. - w hud fifteen yeais hko.
AgricuHurM.
Bert HitiU'r, .f Kltmi, Wi . Hay: "1
have "iilv taken four ili.-s i-f leWi't'
Kidney ni.il Madder I'll! and they
have liniie ( r me more than any "'her
meilii'ii.i- Iih ver dnne." 8 .lt by Keir
ai.d Cni9.
River Route Between The Dalles
Ami .nosier.
J. B. Oolt baa leen down to Row
ena, Mosier and other point on the
O. '!. & N. looaiiw over tbe oll aliaal
doued road bed between Th I) 'lie
and .M osier to fee it it would do tor
a wa.rn road between Mo iir ami
Tbe Dalln. Mr. Hoit returned laat
niuht and sr.y tbe inad will t line,
with some wr.i k ex ended Hie ri.arl
bed ii hard and would make au ideal
driveway connecting the two cities
mentioned It ha leen paid that a
rohd cnnld not be made over the tun
nel. Mr. doit says a road could be
easily be made there and that It
would not be aoy steeper than tbe
street through the cut on 'Union
street. Cbroo lole.
Kodol will without doubt help am one
who has atomacli disorder r ptoiiiae h
trouble. Takp Kodtd today and con
tinue it lor the hort t:me 't is neces
sary to gie V'jii comi lete reliel. KekloJ
is sold bv Keif ni d
Had Her ( h dee.
"I fcratbat your little slater took
the en aller apple," tald an exper
ieneel moth. "DM wu let bet
have l.i r choice, a 1 ti M yon?"
"Ver, n:oth(r,", I'er rrt replied
brichtly. "I t Id l.r if l e didn't
ciPoe tbe smaller oue ahe wouldn't
get aoy at alL She chose tbe smaller,
mother.
Jnt Imagined II.
"I've a terrible tnotLaobe. What's
good lot It?"
"Nonsense I You've aot m tooth
ache. It's simply imagination" --
"Well, confonnl It. what' food
for Imagination?" . .
K. 0. lHVit & Cliicano III
Gentlemen In 1897 I hail a1 dieae nf
the stomach-atid bowel. In the riir'ng
of 1902 I nought a hot k of K1ol ani)
the benefit 1 received all tl e K"ld iri
Georgia could not buy. May yt.u live
long and proeer Your Very Trnlv
C. N. Corneii, Rnding, (la.. Aug. 27,
1906." Hold by Keir & Case.
Have You a
Sinhmer Stove?
The stifling air of" a
close kitchen is changed
to comfortable coolness
by installing a Hw Per
fection Wick Blue Fiama
Oil Cook -Stove to do the
family cooking.
No kitchen furnishing
b so convenient as this
stove. Give a working
heat at once, and main
tains it until turned out
that too, without over
If you examine the
mom.
nrTHTTTTTAnT
IHckBtae Flame Oil Cook-Stove
yew win se why this b so. The heat from the
chimney ef tae ''New Perfection" ii mmmmW
wader the kettle and eot dlatipated through the worn
by radlatioa. Thus It does the work of the coal
nngewiikout lu discomfort. Aak year dealer about
this Move if not with hjm, write our nearest agency.
houwfarnlthW and fires
it
a cwar. powerful ngnt store agreeable than
5are everywhere and alwara.
Made
juat the thing for the
If not with your dealer, writs our
Stanter Oil Company
(IninturmiO
Very Appropriate.
"My hair la falUing out," admitted
the timid man in a drug store. "Can
you recommend something to keep it
In?"
"Certainly," replied tbe obliging
oleik. "Get a box."
June Ltpplnoott'a.
DeWitt's Witch Hazel naive is espec
ially good for piles. Recommended
ana sold by Keir end Cass.
Only the Troth.
Two tramps approached a railroad
telegraph otHoe not far from New
York the other day and looked hun
grily through the window, but tbeiu
was not even a dinner pail in sight to
induce tbein to aak for food. Une of
them finally tapped on tbe window,
and tbe operator left his key long
enough to inquire:
"Well, what can 1 do for you?"
"Just report two emoties going
eaa ," replied tbe tr-tmp, with a grin,
and started down the track toward
New York. June Lipplnoott s.
Chmberlaln's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy Would Have
Saved Him $100.
"In 1902 I iiad a very severe attack of
diarrhoea," says R. N. Farrar of Cat
Iland, l.a "Kr several weeks I was
unable to do anything. On March 18,
l!t07, 1 had a similar attack, and took
Ciiamlierlains colic, cholera and diarr
hoea Remedy which gave me prompt
relief. I consider it one of the beet
medicines of it kind in the world, and
had i;uced It in 1902 I eleive it would
have saved me a hundred dollar doc
tor's bill." Sold bv Kier & Cass.
2
Tie Star
is erecting a plant at
PORTLAND, OREGON
for the manufacture of their
world famous
PORTABLE WELL
DRILLING MACHINES
for water, oil, gas, etc., etc.
A moderate amount of
money will start you in
a profitable business.
STAR PORTABLE
DRILLING MACHINES
have been proved by
Competitive Tests to be
The Best In The World.
For full particulars regard
ing well drilling machines,
tools, supplies, etc., write to
THE STAR DRILLING MACHINE CO.
PORTLAND, OmraON.
or
AKRON, OHIO,
Oregon
Siiorj line
t, union Pacific
3 Trains to the East Dally
Throiwh Pnllm.n utanrtiirdi n1 toiirtst
Iwpln, cur dully to Omithft. Chlcivn, Hpo.
kBiw: tnnrtt lrplnr Pur dally to Kmimu
Ity: tiinmeli Pnllman tonrtxt alnpln car
frvrwmmllv oondncl1) wwkly to rhlcagn.
R-i'llnlnr rhlr rra (aeata tre)to tbe Kaat
tliilon ltt Urnrr. Arrfv
t'tilPHtot-nrilanit flpivlal for
lh Kjt.t via H llnet..n. .Lilly S:!Wam 8:80 im
aP"kaiii' Fivrr lor PatciD
Waliiniiloi. WhMb Walla,
l4'ltnn.f MtirH' Atnnl
'in-nt vorMirm pninta, dallv 8:11 pro fcOo am
. i inn i ii- r.A pm. itirinr r.nai
via Hnnllnrtnn. dallv....... (.110 pm l:m
PiirtlKnil'ppndlPton loniTror
all intuhriwrni IVridlatnn
nd P-irilan't. rtallr 7:15am tilt pm
itpe
RIVER SCHEDULE
FtiK ASTORIA and M P. M. 6M P. M
way polnti. eonntcllnr Dally Dally
with Um.r tor II Mann axoapt except
ltd North Beacb atam- Monday, Baaday
r Haaaalo, Aab atrMt Hatqrday.
doek (water pr.) IfcOO P. M.
FOR Dayton, Oreimn 7M A. M. 730 P. M
City and Yamhill Rlv Dally Dally
ar rnlnta. Aab atraat axeept rinrpt -tick
(watrr per.) Bnnday. Bunday.
FOR LKWIHTO.N.IKI A. M. 4ltP. M .
Idabn.aad way pninta. Dally . Dally
from Rlparla. Waab. axoant . axept
Balurday Friday
omcR Hut'iu :
Frvhrht Hon a a. m. to 11 noun: I in I it.
in. Nil frelf bl rerolvad or dallvarad after
p tn.
PaarnKvt Detad Huura lor dtiHvary of rx
l.raaa and tiancair will be I a. ni till fl p. in.
- WM McMORRAY.
Uanaral Paaacntw Atrat Portland. r
ASUCCKSSFCR BAKING
ir s follows theuse of White lliver
and Golden Crown flour. Whether yon
bake bread, cakes, pie, or any kind of
paxtry, you will find thin floor a wile and
reliable standby. Tryitonee and you
will never use any other.
STRANAHAN & CLARK
HOOli R IV Kit, OKKGOX.
ft T. RAWsoa i F. H. BTAJTTOV
HOOD RIVER NURSERY.
e tock Grown on Full Roots.
We,1 -in-in In uur frit'iidM and patrons know
thu! i ' ' !; jl--tntiuj; will have and can avp-
Cherry, " ,Apricot,Pcach& Plum Trees,
ORAi'i-CURRANTS, BERRY PLANTS.
Shade and Ornamental Trees.
Also, all tbe Btandard varieties of apple trees. Can
supply the trade with plenty of Newtown, Spitcea
berg and Jonathan apple trees.
RAWSON & STANTON, Hood River. Or.
WHOLESALE
THE DALLES NURSERIES
R. II. VVKBKR, Prop.
THE DALLES, OREGON.
GROWER AND DEALKK IN
FRUIT, SHADE
AND
TREES
ORNAMENTAL
Eve(eens, Rosea and Shrubbey.
Remember, Our Trees are Grown Strictly Without Irrigation.
..MILLER'S DRUG STORE..
Has juat received a shipment of American and Im
ported Perfumes, Lundberg's, Rieger's, Roger & (ial
lett's in bulk and presentation boxes. .
.The Finest Imported Soaps for the Toilet
Toilet Sets, Fancy Pnpetrie, and many other ar
tides suitable for Presents.
On the Heights, Hood River, Ore.
Why Go Down the Hill?
When Doing Your
Remember we wah CARPETS
LACE CURTAINS, etc. at
reasonable prices.
HOOD RIVER
Laundry Co.
HOME Pit OX K til .
Now!!!
Is the Time to Order
Pacific
(Peaceful)
Electric Irons
Who cuts the wood on ironing 1y?
Who is it Minter Man?
Who carries in tin' worn! 7 I py
Here is a better plun.
An iron to heat without the une
Of either wood or coal ;
Attach it to your 'lertrie juice
And you haxc reached the tun'.
The iron Htas hot with hurdei-t wear
It never more gets cold j
And neier needs the Ii-hkI repair,
,,, While Mrs. never arnlds.
Your lionne ia cool, your temper too,
Thu w-i'Od led n the p!le,
The new Iron heHt tl.enld for yon,
IlV g't il i-kii.ne'l :i mile.
We Will place one of lhe.se
labor savers in your home
on 30 days free trial. If
you like the Iron after giv
, in? it a thorough trial, we
will sell it to you tit cost
to us. Price $450
, Home Telephone No. 55
, Pacific " M 1071
Hood River Electric Light
Power and Water Co.
KKCinVIXG DAILY
FRESH
flour and Feed
CELEBRATED
WHITE RIYER
AND
GOLDEN CROWN
BRA LS
MADK FKOM
SELECTED HARD WHEAT
ISBerXS&SSE&HQS I
RETAIL
GRAPE VINES
AND
SMALL FRUITS
Lap Duster
Made in Two Hundred Hand
some Embroidered Patterns.
Beautiful Designs. Highly
Colored. Look "ox ob Label.
FOR HALK BY
S. J. FRANK
Harness and Saddles
Tents & Wagon Covers
WOOD FOR SALE.
I am prepared to furnmh mill and slab
wood, also other kinds of wood.
I have a new K;i'lliie wood saw and am
prepared to do eawintf, A1bo do general
teaui work.
FRED HOWE.
.BICYCLE SHOP.
J. MARION REID
Bicycles. Guns, Sewing Ma
chines, Furniturs, Umbrellas,
Stoves and Locks Repaired.
KKYS MADK TO ORDER
Bicycles, Giiuc, etc., sent by express for
repairs will he neatly and promptly re
paired tt n.l ret ii rued. Can eave you $1
t'i fli.OO on prire ot new wheel. Tirce,
h Hi' -, it ' i i till kmiln of repair t- 11 at
! rt lit ml prills. I'riceH .(urnislied on
uppiiiHlioii. K-'rrence: liradstrec .
C. P. ROSS
Billiards and
Bowling Alley
and Confectionery
, ' PARLOUS
. THE BEST LINE OF
Tobaccos and Cigars
IN THK CITY
The Oregon iun, Telegram an-.l Journal
ON HALE SUNDAY.
mtj 7 I
Qo to the HOTEL WAUCOMA
For Your
SUNDAY DINNER
P. F. F0UTS, Prop. Hood River, Or
GOULD & SNYDER
PLUMBING
Steam and Hot Water Heating
All jobbing promptly attended to.
S. E. BARTMESS
UNDERTAKER
& EMBALMER
Dealer in
Furniture
and Building Material
BUY
0JPD
IfYou Want the best
Money can Buy.
We Have a Car of Fine
OATtS j"st
uuuu mm immm tu. i
3G
fi WK 1IAVK JUST RECEIVED A FRESH SUPPLY OF
muraie or 3oaa,
AND ALL KINDS
DUOMU TO US
W00D.FIBERED
AS WE UNLOAD DIRECT FROM THE CARS
STRANAHAN & CLARK
0 Hood River, Oregon J)
vr oc ocy
THOS. CALKING
Riverside Dairy
J We can supply you with any quantity of Fresh Milk
I PRICES ON APPLICATION
The Kimball is the only weeder that has made good and
this season's demand will far exceed thu supply, so place
your orders early, if you nid a weeder. I have a large
assort n ent of sizes in ntock at present. Reware of-imitations.
Unless the knives have the right set and temper
they re worthless. See that the name Kimball is on .each
weeder.
J. R. NIGKEL5EN
Exclusive Agent For Hood River
FLOUR
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HOUSE PLASTER
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WALTER ISENBERQ
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