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It Will Make You Heel Good
when you get into one of the
collars laundered at this cs
tablishnenl if you have been
having your linen done up by
an inferior method Shirts,
collars amd cuffs laundered
here is the acme of fine work
and we send them home with
a color and finish that is be
Court and Thompson Streets.
UNDEH NEW MANAGEMENT
Cor. West Alta ant! Lilllth Sts.
S. A. ALLOWAY HAS CHARGE
OF THE OLD DUTCH HENRY FEED
YARD. AND WOULD BE PLEASED
TO CARE FOR YOUR HORSES.
PLENTY OF STALLS, LARGE COR
RALS FOR LOOSE HORSES AND
CATTLE. HAY AND GRAIN FOR
SALE. CHOP MILL IN CONNEC
TION. "PHONE MAIN 1331.
PRESENT CONDITIONS SATISFY
Well Known Railroad Man Returns
From an Extended Visit to the In
terior Says an Enterprising Man
Could Make a Fortune at Wallowa
Brown as a berry. Kit Carson, trav
eling freight agent for the Northern
Paclflc. has returned from a thousand
mjlo trip on the headwaters of the
Snake and In the Wallowa country,
occupying three weeks, says the Wal
la WallaStatesman. Mr. Carson was
a passenger on the new steamer Im
uaha plying on the Snake between
Lewlston and the Imuaha mines, on
her maiden voyage two weeks ago.
and describes the new service made
possible by the enterprise of Eastern
men as opening up to travel and cap
ital a vast territory on the upper
Snake river country, much of which
is little known to the outside world.
Mining interests on the upper
Snake. Sir. Carson declares, are reach
ing huge proportions and a vast sec
tion of the country will be developed
for agricultural purposes within a
very few years. The trip up stream
was without Incident except where
lines had to be run ashore to aid the
little boat to stem the swift watei
of the rapids. From the Imnaha sec
tion Mr. Carson staged across country
to Wallowa, and has spent the past
week In the vicinity of the lake and
Joseph in the Interests of the com
pany. "The Wallowa country and valle
is a veritable paradise and the inhab
itants know It." he said. "The re-
I suit is that they do not care for im
migration or even a railroad. They
are rolling in land and wealth. Con-
ditions around Wallowa lake show
, much of the primitive state of 50
years ago. There are a few scattering
farms and campers as usually make it
I headquarters for a few weeks' sport
in hunting and fishing, but as to per
I manent improvements or enterprises
I there are very few. An enterprisinc
I man with some capital couiu turn the
head of the lake Into an excellent
1 summer resort and make money at
"It is necessary, of course, to
stage It in for 50 miles, Eigin being
the nearest railroad point."
CONFERENCE OF GLASS MEN.
Wage Issues and Tariff Problems to
Star Island, Mich., July 20. The
Joint conference recently arranged
between the Flint Glass Workers
National Vnlon and the Glass Manu
facturers Association began here to
dnv The primary object of the con
ference is to agree upon wage scales
to govern the several branches of the
lndustrv during the ensuing year. It
Is understood that the meeting will
also consider the tnritT changes on
glassware which. It is believed, will
be proposed In the next congress.
The purpose of Introducing n discus
sion of the last-named matter Into
the conference is to bring about unit
ed action of the manufacturers and
their employes In resisting tariff
changes which might have a detri
mental effect on the trade.
EDWARD IN IRELAND.
Uproarious Reception in Prospect at
Dublin. July :n. Despite the re
fusal of the Municipal Corporation
to prepare an address of welcome to
King Edward, the latter is assured or
a warm welcome when he reaches
Dublin tomorrow. The city Is over
flowing with visitors. Including a con
siderable number of American tour
ists The leading streets are decor
ated as seldom before in recent years,
and In fact, the entire city presents
a holiday appearance Window seats
near the point at which his majesty
win make his official entry Into the
cltv arc being rented for large sums
as "it Is understood the same quaint
and interesting ceremonies wll be oh.
served as on the occasion of the last
visit of Queen Victoria.
The full official program has not
vet been announced, but from what
;.an be learned It appears to . be iin
llkelv that their majesties will Ju
much in Ireland, as the yacht w 11
take them to Cork, and afterward to
Belfast. One or the days spent nt
the viceregal lodge may be Riven up
to a motor run to Currngh. or w h
t oa motor run to Currngh, of which
place King Edward has very PJ"""1
memories in his early soldiering das.
But it will not be possible to make a
tav there, as the headquarters hut
barely suffices for the needs of the
TEXAS GRAIN RATE CASE.
Hearing of Cases Before Interstate
Fort Worth. Texas. July 20 -Considerable
interest nttnehes In shipping
circles to the Interstate commerce
...., ceiin hnnrlncs here tills week.
I The purpose of the hearing Is to in-I
veotigatt- rates ami ravuiuu
handling shipments for export from
'Missouri Kansas. Nebraska, Oklaho
I ma and Indian Territory to points In
' Texas and to ascertain. If possible
I if anv sela! privileges are being
I granted by the railroads In violation
of the law
'Just try a
I A case came to light that for per
i slstent and unmerciful torture has
perhaps never been equalled. Joe
, Golobick, of Colusa, Calif., writes
"For 15 years I endured insufferable
' pain from rheumatism and nothing re
i Iieved me though I tried everything
known. I came across Electric Bit
ters and It's the greatest medicine
on earth for that trouble. A few not
i ties of it completely relieved and
I cured me." Just as cood for liver nnd
kidney troubles and general ueblllty. !
Only 50c. Satisfaction guaranteed by J
, Tallman & Co., druggists. j
Is Not a SKin Disease.
Most people have an idea that rheumaf.-:' ,c .reacted hfcoa that the
damp, chilly a-r penetrates the muscles and iu:nt- an.; causes the terrible . che
and pa:ns. or that it is something like a skin a.ai . - ' -!! f .j V1
mentor drawn out with plasters; but Rhueinutisro or.ir.nates in the blood ami i
caused bv Urea, or Vric Acid, an irritatms. corrodim- iiown that settles iti imi
cles. joints and nerves, producing inflammation and .soreness and the sharp, cuttiti
pains peculiar to this distressing disease. Bowline Oresn, Ky
Exposure to bad weather or sudden & j vas nttacked by ajute
chilling of the bodv will hasten an at- rhJumatim in my shoulders, arms and
tack of Rheumatism after the blood and lee below thr knee . 1 ooud not raise mr
system are in the right condition for it cvfrwrmosTuoIitv
to develop, but have nothing to do with, inKtne, any relief. IsawS. S. S. adreitifed
the real true causes of Rheumatism, and decided totry it. Immediately I conl?
which are internal and not external e. g '""IS.. ISfoSS
Liniments, plasters and rubbing Bome ,!.(. t eoi tinued Its use and am
will sometimes reduce the lnflamma- entirely well. I will always lsa deeply
tion and swelling and ease the pain for jjfj "Cod!" ' S
u time, but fail to relieve pennanentir 2,h st. ALICE HOBTOS
because thev do not reach the seat of 0,i ' .
thetrouMc ' S S. S. cures Kheumatism because :. ..;ta.Lv :t in the Koojl, nv.
the T!rie Acid noison if neutrIred. the slugL'ish i .r
culatlon stimulated and qui' keucd. and soon the sv
tem is purified and clear-H he aching muscles an
Joints are relieved of all i -ji'. g matter and a U.' r.-.
cure ol this most paitifi.l ueas eflfc'.ed
R. R. R. is a harmless vegetable remedy, unequalled
as a blood purifier and an inrigorating, pleasant tonic Boot on Rheumatism will
be mailed free. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA, GA
aM 1VJ VlllUAt: KaaM aHn
in lagarland EH
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mmm s mm wzzzam mmm
aaaa ' aM VKnm aM
The Largest Sellinsi Mm K
Br&nd of Cigars UJ
H xl.iar ij H IVa
I The Band is the I ll
Smoker's Protection W
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JOURNAL "BARGAIN DAY.'
The Parrot Cigar is the
new 5c cigar bo ranch
talked about. Its good
qualities are astonishing
Telephone Mnln 4
We Don't Keeji Everything
But vve do keep a good big
stock of nice dry Flooring,
Ceiling, Rustic and Finish,
In all grades. Also all kinds
of Dimension Lumber, In
cluding Lath and Shingles,
Our stock of Doors, Win
dows, Moulding, Building
and Tar Paper and Apple
Boxes Is complete, and any
one In need of Lumber will
not be wrong in placing
their order with the : :
Gray's Harbor Com. Co.
Opp. W: & C. R. Depot
Enterprising Portland Paper Will Cut
Prices In Two on Friday, Aug. 28.
As a means of securing a large
number of subscribers for its con
stantly growing subscripton list, the
Oregon Dally Journal has arranged to
hold a "Bargain Day" on Friday
August 28. when the paper will be
sent to mail subscribers at one-half
I'nder this unprecedented offer you
can secure The Oregon Daily Journal,
which is an up-to-date newspaper of
1. to 2i pages each issue, by mail,
one year for J2.50.
The Semi-Weekly Journal, S to 12
pages each issue, one year for "S
The Weekly Journal. 1C to 20 pages
eai h iBsue. one year for 50 cents.
To subscribers to whom The Dally
Journal is delivered by carrier, in
Portland and other eltieg. the yearly
advance payment under this offer,
will be J4.i.
This offer, for one day only, Is
made to old or new subscribers, who
pay their subscriptions in advance
trom August 28. 1003 Old subscrib
ers whose subscriptions are paid in
advance of August 28, 1603. can have
their subscriptions advanced one year
by taking advantage of the offer.
Ah a further inducement, to excite
the interest of newspaper readers in
The Journal newspaper. The Journal
will give th- following awards'
To the newspaper published near
eht ttw posioflice from which is sent
the largest list of subscrioers to The
Journal under this offer. $25 in cash
will be given, and in addition, to
each of V other newspapers publish
ed nearest to the respective postof
flees trom which Is sent the largest
list of subscribers to The Journal un
der this oSer. $6 iu cash will be given.
The new ice factory is now completed
and we are prepared to supply our
patrons with HARD CRYSTAL ICE
made from water that has been boiled
and distilled. The only ice that is
ROSS ICE and GOLD STORAGE Co,
Phone MAIN 1781
514 Main Street
Deafness Can Not Be Cured
lly local appll-ntl(iiu as thT r-nn not rear-L
the di(ael ortluiui of tin- r-ar There
la only one wo to cure drafnuiu. and that
U by rnnatltutloDal r.-mwJiea lieafiinui la
cauaed by an tnflaroHl -onbtlon of the
roiiroua liulng of tin- KiMtu'hiun tub.
When this till- la liiflam tuu have a
rumbling sound or imi-r t li-arlnK. and
wliwi It la emlrttly i-Ioimm, uVaf !; Is the
rtnult. aud unlsK the Inflammation can be
taken out and tbla tune rrxtored to ltd
normal canriition bearing nil Ix- deatroyed
forever : nine raaea out of ten are cnuHed
by Catarrh, wuii-h la iiotlinu but an In
flamed eondltlon of the uim-oua aurfacea.
We will jjlve One Hundred Dollars for
any eat of iteaiueaa ieauel by catarrh) 1
that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh
unrc. nenu tor cireuiara iree.
V. J- f'HK.VKV i t'O.. Toledo, O.
Sold by all drnfjrxta, "5c.
Hall's Family I'llla are the best.
Watch for oar ad. toworrow. Something doing
in the furniture line.
BAKER & FOLSOM
111 I A. W A. . , a X. XJ a mA- l J s r
I I I- III I I II I S I Ml II I II I IT11
Th IiruaUers Hotel is conducted to attrart the left pau
. aim ir, itnDKKiinerArl nn tliA tlQolfin fW
:our Ktonefi hlpn, or t;i ieei irora mt ruuuu iiwur w iur WJ)
a. t 1 I.. --hI.-U.i.iI cnitmc filnirln AT ATI Cllltp ffff T
...... rin. Knliirr ali r I if f ftfl
V II IUUUI v l j'v. -
The house Is llphted uy eiocincuy wun ewinc hku b-
tr'f call bells in every room, ana men huib iuum: v uuC Vl
... 1.-Illlnn l..nnnnr. n.-. 1in OtltlrO POT Rt
.... . . .i j n,.nn tn trio n i in srn r-
halls always form favorite patherlns places ror guests, me i-j.
and tiool room l also quuo jioiiuiur n f,.....
An aooi an anu j-ianoia in ....... - -r
triichtful muslr at all times, ami musirais uit pica..-.
iii ill uivt.i r. imp u ... , . .
r,., .,,., I ,l.,,.,.u Iml s nlld ttie larEf U1U1US lJ", -
i. n r,,oL-r,D nn iioni nan tor rt'Kuiui uu
-H.l'll. llu.u iiu V, t , lit" iiv.i - , .,Aa
mwi ,.th.r non fond is nlwnrii on our mfini- our entire supjj
nulK buttrr mid en-urn t'o'tnos from our own herd ol Jc
and poultry and okks are snppliwl from the hotel farm ac
the croundB , , . n
There are hot and t-old. f reh and salt water uathes b
hu'tM- with jirlvate bathe and toilets. feettfii
Th. wave, of the ocean at blub tide roll with n feefe
bniri mid the beach in front - uperb for JirfWW
On the Kwuncls are nowiing uiiujb. b""
, rootlet f-etn. on the lakes, jtist back of the hotel , Is a n ,
itasniirif iaiiii. il lor puriiun ui "'" r: u the ns
or parties of tlsliermen piuu. - ,
r .Iu- warm, still-water bathliiK to me m ' - - d
All trains slop at tue rauruuu - - - . .faixi
-i. i ......in mui, ..i ... ..., i cunrt is Lew1-'
in. .mud hp ntn hnte urn UUllses oi .... ti. rs
v,t-.- th. hotel cicmml is a perfect velvety lawn,
nr.- i.rar-t'.r-allv landed at the hotel door. ..., . rir
The Ilreakers Hotel Is located at Iireaw r ; m &
....... ..in.... ..ll li-nl.i. ulnn t 18 out "
, i-l illll'l" Wll.-ll- tll .ii.i.. - i
..i Lorn; Iieacli Station. , . Breake-8 WtA
In pur.haslnB tickets see thai they r cad o DreaK
and have l.aKKaRO checked through to that pomi
TrleKrapli and telephone eounertiom in umK ,
Clip out this Coupon
. . 1, tent llV tfat E"'
Write the name of the lady clerk you . ,,;, a
i ..... n.i c,i,.rt on two weeks mu
lHI i.fi-vi IU lllf I1UIC1
blank space ttelow.
I vote for.
N- B. Jlrlnir Counons to the Kast Oreponian olllce
On Its Merit
Uc lnrif (Ifcllla :.d for
Been built up. Only the choicest wheat that Br0Rde by
to Byers Best Flour. It's perfection m iourj-
W. S. Byers, Proprietor.
aloguc of them. A fall supply always Kepi x-