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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1904)
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' TRAVEL IS GENUINE PLEASURE ON
Baltimore 6b Ohio R. R.
ROYAL BLUE TRAINS
Chicago and New York
via WASHINGTON, I), C.
Finest and Fittest series of trains in the world. Palatial CcJach
oh, Pullman i'uflot Parlor and Drawiug Room Cars.
The Finest Dining Car Service In the World.
Is ojnTaled hy the flaltimore & Ohio Railroad.
B, M, AUSTIN, General Pass. Agt' - Chicago, III,
Tht) Southwcst Limited Kansas City to
Chicago, The Overland Limited to Chicago
via Omaha, The Pioneer Limited St. Paul
to Chscago, run via
Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul
Each routo ofTers numerous attractions.
The principal thing to insure a quick,
comfortable trip east is to see that your
tickets read via the Chicago, Milwaukee &
St. Paul Railway.
N. S ROWE,
Leaves Astoria Every "Wednesday Returning Saturday
The Largest; Staunchest, Steadiest and most Seaworthy vessel
ever on th is route. Rest of TaWo and State Room Accommo
dations. Will mako round trip every five days between
A S TO R I A
Connecting at Astoria with the Oregon Railway & Navigation
Co. and Astoria & Columbia River R. R. for Portland, San
Francisco and all points East. For freight and passenger
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races appiy 10
Samuer Elmore 0 Co.,
A. cVJC. IL It. Portland, Oregon
Pacific Navagatlon Company, Tillamook, Oregon
O. It. & X. Company, Portland, Oregon
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Third Street, Portland
Gen'! Agts., Astoria, Ore.
hirt nr nuhto bulldln'i an T ttttooi let apart'
PaJwnof IndartryandGillerleaof Art,
m lookln HI my money i worth, to wnen i an tot am
pla' la St. LouU jfllltlH tfcu durrwa old Plkfc 4
Ballad of tht Plkt," by Wallata Inrla. Csprrlhtaf
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Louis and Return
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Return Hmlt, ninety dijrt,
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The Rock Island System offers two route,
to the World's Fair City via St. Paul
. Minneapolis, and through Scenic Colorado.
No change of cars, Ogden to St. Louis and
- St. Paul to St. Louis. . . . v
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FuQ Inbrmatioa on refueit , ,
Call or writ. , - Ijjjj H '
A. H, McDoifAtD, General Aft f - . 1
Street, eor. Alder Stmt, TifPl
ASK THE AGENT FOR
To 8poka.i, St Paul, Minneapolis,
Duluth, Chicago, 8t Louis, and all
points tut and south.
2 OVERLAND TRAINS DAILY Q
The Flyer andl he Fast Mail Z
UP TO DATE EQUIPMENT
Daylight trip serosa tha Csscsds and
For ticket, rate folders and full In
formation call on or addreaa
City Ticket Agent
122 Third Street, Portland; Or.
8. 0. TERKES, O. W. P. A.,
C12 First Avenue, Seattle, Wash.
WE GIVE EXPEDITED
SERVICE ON FREIGHT
ROUTE YOUR SHIPMENTS'
VIA GREAT NORTHERN
Full Information from
WM. HARDER, General Agent
Portland, Ore, -
A. & C. R. R.
EFFECTIVE SEPT. 4, 1904.
Leava PORTLAND Arrive
8(K)a.m I l'urtlimd L'diou ll.lUa.ra
7,00 p.m J depf)t for Attoriaf 9.40 p.m
Leave ASTORU , Arrive
7"o a m j for Portland and 11.30a.m
6 10 p a ( way pofnta 10.30 p m
Leava . ASTORIA Arrive
11 33a ni for SeanMe Direct 5:20 p.m
Leave ASTORIA. Arrive
t8.15a.ni 1 fur Warrenton, ') l0:45a.m
5.50 p.m (Stevena, 8tgi(le) 7:40a,m
Leava SEASIDE Arrive
430 p m for Antoria Direct 12:3(lp.m
Leave SEASIDE. Arrive
(Tl5 a. m ( for ViVreuton Ft ) 9 25 a.m
9.30a.ni ' mohd,A8toria ) 7 20 p.m.
Additional train leaves Astoria dally
at 11:30 a. m. for all points on Ft
Stevena branch; arriving; Ft Stevens
12:39 p. m., returning, leaves Ft Stev
ena at 2:00 p. m., arriving; Astoria 2:45
p. m. '
All trains make close connections at
Goble with all Northern Pacific
trains to and from tha East and Sound
J. a UATO,
General Freight and passenger Agent
LAST EXCURSION TO THE
WORLD'S FAIR. .
The demands for sleeping car space
in the Denver & Rio Grande's popular
through tourlat excursions have been
so great three such excursions will be
run on tha next and last selling dates-i-
October S, 4 and 6. On each of these
jays apeclal tourist excursions will be
run from Portland without change of
cars over the "Scenic Line of the
World.", October 3 there will also be
run a special Pullman excursion. These
cars will make stops "en route at Salt
Lake City and Denver, affording ex
curslonlsts an opportunity of viewing
the various points of Interest about
those cities. The daylight ride through
the heart of the Rockies Cod's art
allery of nature Is the grandest across
the American, continent
Write W. C. McBride, 124 Third
street Portland, Ore., at once for par
ticulars and sleeping car reservations.
These being the ISst days upon which
tickets will be sold at reduced rates
travel will be particularly heavy.
lilt's Siti!-f Esl3 Ctpsoles
A POSITIYB CUHE
SVir Inflammation or Cm trrt
ef th Bladder and DIhuS
Kidnaya. 5 ear bo pay
Carat qntoklr and Pama.
BnU tha won eaaca a
toarrha and Wl,
M mat tor of how loaf ivnod
inc. Ahaolalaly harmlna
Bold br drotfUta. -rt
Si. 00, or br analL poatpald.
tki umi-ript!! ea,
told by Chas, Rogara, in Commtrclal
rime Card ol Train
ruget Sound Limited. 7:16 am 1:41 pm
Kansas City-SL Louis
OpeclaJ U.19 am 1:45 pat
North Coast Limited t:U p m 7:M ft m
Taeoma and Seattle Night
xpreas 11:46 pm 1:06 pm
Taka Puget Sound Limited or North
Coaat Limited for Grays Barber points
Take Puget Bound Limited for Olym
Taka Puget Bound Limited or Kaa
as Cily-8L Louis Special for pcrlaU
on South Bend branch.
Double dally train service on dray's
Four trains daily between Portland.
Taroma and Brttla
The Worlifa Fair Route.
Those anticipating an eastern trip,
or a. visit to the Louisiana Purchase
exposition at St Louis, cannot afford
to overlook the advantages offered by
the Mlssuri Pacific Railway, which, on
account of Its various routes and gate
ways, has been appropriately named
"The World's Fair Route."
Passengers from the northwest take
the Missouri Pacific trains from Den
ver or Pueblo, with the choice of eltherl
going direct through Kapsas City, oi
via Wichita, Fort Bcott and Pleasant
Two trains dally from Denver and
Pueblo to St Louis without change.
carrying all classes of modern equip
ment Including electric tlghted obser
vation parlor cafe dining cars. Ten
dally trains between Kansas City and
Write or call on W. C. McBride, ge
eral ag?nt, 124 Third street, Portlmd,
for detailed Information and lllustrat
Proposals for Fresh Beef snd Mutton
Office Chief Commissary, Vancouver
Barracks, Wash., Oct 1, 1904
Sealed proposals for furnishing and
delivering fresh beef and mutton for
six months beginning January 1, 1903
will be received here and at offices of
Commissaries at Fort Stevens, Ore
Boise Barracks, Idaho; Forts Casey
Columbia, Flagler, Walla Walla, War4
Wright, Worden, Lawton and Van
couver Barracks, Wash- until IB . a
m.. November 1. 1904. Envelopes con
talning proposals should be Indorsed
"Proposals for Fresh Beef and Mut
ton," and addressed to cdmmlssary of
post, to be supplied, or to Major George
B. Davis, Chief Corny. , .
A trans continental trav
eler says: "I've tried them
all and I prefer, the
It's the best to be found from
coast to coast"
It's "The Train for Comr
fort" every night in the year
between Minneapolis, St,
Paul and Chicago.
Before starting on a trip no matter
where write for Interesting informa
tion about comfortable traveling.
H.LSISLEH General Agent
132 Third 8 1 Portland, Oregon.
T. W. TKA8DALK,
General Passenger Agent
Bt Paul, Minn.
A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY
See nature In all he glorious beauty,
and then the acme of man's handi
work. The first la found along the line
of the Denver A RIo Grande Railroad,
the latter at the .St Louis World's
Fair. Tour trip wlU be one of pleas-
ure make the moat of It For Infor
mation and Illustrated literature write
W. C. McBRIDE, Gen. Agt.
, ti tataraateJ and ihonldfcnow ,
anoui late wonaenot
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AT 106 SHE ACTS AS CUEEN.
Daughter of Washington's 8lave Reigns
at Emancipation Jubilee.
Clarlnda, Iowa. At the age of 10S
Mrs. Delphla Rogers, a colored woman
whose snowy white hair betokens heir
yeara, was queen of the Iowa negroe's
emancipation celebration held here.
This colored woman, who now bears
the distinction of being the oldest resi
dent In the state, Is quite feeble in
years, but yet manages to 4e about
and looks as though she would live
to see many more emancipation cele
brations. When news was brought to her that
she was to reign as queen of the car
nival her dark face lighted p with ft
smile that would do flattery to a young
girl and with a giddiness she expressed
her delight for theopportunlty to reign
supreme for ope day to offset the many
years she spent In actual slavery be
fore the proclamatlou of Lincoln.
Mrs. Rogers Is more notable than
for her age, .for ber father was the
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Marvellous European Equilibrists at
the Star Theater this week.
slave of George Washington, first presi
dent of the United States. He, too,
lived jast the century mark and with a
remarkably keen memory she recalls
stories told her by him of his service'
for the American statesman Wnd gen
eral, when be left the service of
Washington and returned to his family
In Missouri he brought with hlnj three
wornout suits of Washington's which
he afterwards sold for exorbitant prices
to white people seeking them as relics.
' A Love Letter.
Would not Interest you If you're
looking for a guaranteed salve, for
sores, burns or piles. Otto Dodd of
Ponder, Mo., writes: "I suffered with
an ugly sore for a year, but a box of
Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured me. It's
the best salve on earth. 25c at Chas.
Rogers' drug store.
CHICAGO GROWS HEALTHIER.
September Death Rate Lowest on Reo-
Chicago, Oct 3r-September, 1904,
takes its place in the vital statistics
of the city as that of the lowest Sep
tember mortality on record, according
to the weekly bulletin of the Chicago
health department its total of 193S
deaths from aU causes represents an
annual death rate of 12.33. The lowest
previous death rate for the nonth was
that of September, 1903, when the rate
was 13.12 per thousand. ,
Columbus, Ohio, May so, igo$.
Six years ago I had a severe attack ol
Inflammatory Rheumatism. I was laid ut
In bed for six months, and the doctors 1
had did ine no good. They changed med
tcines every wees, ana nouung they pre.
scribed seemed to help me. Finally I be-
Ethe use of S. S. S. My knee and elbow
U were swollen terribly, and at one
e my joints were so swollen and pain,
ful that I could not close them when
opened. I was so bad that I could sot
move knee or foot I was-gettingdiscour.
aged, yon may be sure, when I began 8. 3,
S., but as I saw it was helping me I contin
ued it, and to-day I am a sound well man
and have never had a return of the disease.
S. S. S. purified my blood and cured me
of this severe case of Rheumatism after
everything else had failed. I have rec
commended it to others with good re
ults. R. CHarKAJr.
1355 Mt Vernon Ave.
' The poisonous acids that produce the In
flammation and pain are absorbed into the
blood and Rheumatism can never be con
quered till these are neutralized aad fil
tered out of the blood and system. 8. S. 3.
goes directly into the circulation and at.
tacks the disease itself. It purines aad re
stores the blood to a tlMlrfc
condition. It contains no potash, alkali ot
other strong min
erals, but is guar
us and our physi
cians will advise
Our book on Rheu
matism sent free.
Thl Swift Spiolflo Comptriy, Atlanta,