The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930, July 06, 1905, Page 7, Image 7

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    THUSSDAY, JULY fl, 1905.
lli BIORNING ASTORIA, ASTOkIA, ORlXiUa.
.31 r
PORTLAND
ft
IARKET
V
Utest Quotations in the Portland
Produce Markets.
Complsts Marktt Reports Corrected Each
Day Giving tbi Wholesale Pricti of
Commodltiss, Farm Product tod Vgt
tablta.
Portland, .Inly fl.-Ther-. are about
JO,OH) balrt ,,f (,, , ,f n gwl((tjnB
sal, lilt there are m buyers, rv n at
the prrarnt lw tiuiltiin, Nome of
the hoiie held rit their ownrm 30- U
.lie tat fall, ami Inlrrr.t la bring (mid
no a largs portion of their value.
A good demand still eit (or aub
stulT a Is imported from California
Lemon am especially rnt r
ault of a at rung demand Kal, which dl
wl' a large rittion of the Califor
nia product from tM .late.
Chickens continue in good demand
am) a firm market , l,,kr, f.,r t hr ret
of thi wwlt. I'rii- have not ailvanml
however, a ren-lpta colli iinif iil
heavy, HuUer continue weak, in spile of the
fart that large ijimntitira ,,f rrrairi are
beinjj diverted front the rreaimrira t.J
the ire cream frerrr, in rrpone to
warm weather condition,
Iried KrutU Applfa, evaporated. OOi
Jalci figs, California blacks, ci do
whit, non Smyrna, 20ci Fard dates.
r'i piuma, pitted, 6c.
Crain, Flour, Feed, Etc
Flour-Patent, Maura 5. 10 r bar
rel; lral()it., M' 4.2.1; clear, i.l.Taiii.
4 1 Valley, 3 90(4.25; Dakota hard
wheat. tfl50l7,VI; tiraharn, 3.50(ii4;
whole wheat, 44!tf; rye fiiur, local
fS; Eastern, 63 how S.Wj eommeal, jr
bale. $1 euro 2.20.
Wheat -Club, per buhel;
bluratem, 90ft91o; Valley, WW.
Barley-KM, 22f 22.50 per torn
rolled, n.w.
Oats-No. 1 white, feed, 6.10 per ton;
pay. 30.
.MilltufT-Hran. I9 per ton; mid
dlirtjpa. $24.80 abort. $21; .hep, I'. S.
milla, $10, lneed dairy feed, $18; Afal
fa meal, Sit) per ton.
Cereal Food tolled oat, cream. 00-
pound sacks, $0.75; lower grade, .1r
0 25 ; oatmeal, steel rut 50 pound sacks,
H per barrel; 10 pound sacks, 14 25 per
bale oatmeal (ground), 50 pound sacks,
$7 JW per barrel; 10 pound sacks, 14 per
bale j split pes, $5 jier 100-pound sack;
iCi-nound boxes, $1 40; pearl barley, 14 25
per 100 pound; 25 pound boxes, (125
per bo patry flour, 10 pound sacks
12.90 per bale.
Hay Timothy, $I4" Id per ton;
clover, $ll(fl2; grain, llr12; cheat,
11(312.
Groctrin, Wuti, Ite.
Coffee-Mha. Ww'lHvi Java, ordin-
try, Hft 22oi CwU Rica, fane. mr20ri
gWKl, lOfSlUcj ordinary, 10f12o per
pound; (olumbia roat, cae, KKh.
13.75; 60a, 13.75j Arbuckle, J14.75;
I-lm, 14.73.
Ilio-Imperlal Japan, No. 1. 3.371:
Southern Japan, W.&Oj Carolina, 5fli(
broken head, 2Jo.
Salmon !olumbia river. 1-nound
tall, fl.75 per doren; 2 pound tall
240; 1-pound (lata, 1.85t fancy. Iftll
pound flat, 11.80; I pound flat. 11.10!
A!aka pink, 1-pound tall, 85c; red. 1
pound talla, 1.30; awkeyea, 1 pound
alia, II. Hi.
KuKr-Haik bai, 100 pound: Cul
-VH5; powdered, ,1.fl0; dry granulated,
3.5l( extra C, (A; golden 0, 4.fX); fruit
Kf. 5.50 s advance over aark bae
a follow! Ilarrel. lOt-j half-barn-U
25c; boxea, to per 100 pound. (Term!
n remittance within 15 dav. deduct
c per pound; if later than 15 day and
within 30 day, deduct c per pound;
no cilM-oiirit after 30 day.) Iie-t iiifar,
granulated. $,1 40 per 100 pound; maj.le
ugar, l.lfa.lHf per pound.
Salt-California. II! per ton, 11.50
Jr bale; Liverpool, 50, $17; UVH
I9 I; , tlfi; half jTound, 100. $7;
&. 7..VI.
Nut Walnut. 13Je per pound bv
ak, lc extra for lew than a.k: lira-
il nut. l.V; filUrt. Uo; p.-.an, jum
I4i extra large, l.V; almond, I.
X. L. Ififc; cheatnuU. lUliana, lVt
"hin, 4 Ml jr 25 und drum; peanut,
raw. TJ. jwr iund; roanted, pine
nut, lr012r hi-kory nuUi, "c; cocoa
nut, 7c; cnut. 35(0f(c per donen.
liean Small white, 3i.4lc; Urge
white, 3J; pink, 3Ktl3i; bayou, 4Je;
Luna, OJc.
Dred Meata.
neef-Premaed bull, l(,'2c per pound;
cow, 31&4lc; fountry ateerw, a,v.
Mutton Ireed fancy, lie per pound;
ordinary, 4c
Vet-lreed, 100 to 125 pound. 6
potiml and up, 3(4 4c.
J'ork-Dreaaed, J00 to 150, 7fc7c; 150
and up, 6&7o per pound, ,
Batter, Em, Poultry, Etc.
Erg Oregon ranch, 2c p-r docen;
Kaftcrn, IP J f 20c.
Butter City creamerie: Extra
creamery, 2021Jo per jwund; atate
rreainerir. Fancy, creamery, 171(b21Jc;
tforo butter, Uw 10c.
Cheeao Oregon full cream twin, 111
(o :121c; Young America, 121(( 1.11c
Poultry Fancy hen, 2(a I2lc; aver
age hen, 12c; mixed chicken, lieu 12c;
Ojd rooKter, 8ft Pc ; young rMH.ter, 10
fillc; Spring, 11 to 2 pound, l.V; I to
U pound, l.lldi 1 IV; drecd chicken
13lfl4c; turkey, live, ISrti IV; turkey
dreMHl, poor, 17li2(h-; turkey, choice
20(3 221c; geee, live, p-r pound. 71'!c;
ducka, young, a to ir.c, J:tfn7.,V); pige
on, $Ilj!5; aquaba, f2fe3.
Vtgetablei, Fruit, Etc.
St rawlierric Oregon, per lb, $S(o9c
lllucklerrieCrHte, $2.
t Raapberrie RA Klc per lb.
Cherrlea 3(S5c per lb.
Apricota Crate, 75fnOOc.
CanUiloupe IVr crate, $3(5 3.50.
Plum Crate, f 1(3 1.13.
1'eachea Crate, 75f$I.
Cranberriea per barrel, 12.
Applea Green; l.23(a.'1.5n.
Omjxi fruit Crate, .SOgS.
QttOMtberrica 4o.
Watermelon 21(5 3c Tb.
Freah Vegetable Art ichokea, 50c
per doaen; aparagu, 20c per box;
beana, 5(a7c per pound; cabbnge, c
per pound; cauliflower, $1 per down:
celery, W)c per down; corn, 35 40c per
down; cucumber. 40cft 1 wr dozen:
gg plant, 171e; lettuce, bothoue, 23.
per down; lettuce, head, lOe per dozen;
paraley, 2,1c per down; pea. 2(S5c jnr
pound; pepper, 25c per pound; radihhea,
1012o per dozen; rhuuarn, llr21e per
jKmndj tomatoea, 1.753 per crate;
aquaah, $131.25 per box.
Hoot Vegetable Turnip, $1.25(5
1.40 per aack; carrot, $l.25(i1.50 perj
eaca; oeeia, i(i.za er aack garlic,
)21c per pound.
PoUtoea Oregon fancy, old, $1155;
Oregon, new, $1.50; Kaatern, $11.20;
California, new, $ 1. 25 ig 1.3.1.
lUiaina Looae Muacatel, 4-crown
71c; anblcached, aeedleaa Sultana. 63c;
London layers, 3-crown, whole boxes of
pounaa, f i.oaj s-crown, fi.a.
Provisions and Canned Meets.
ltam-10 to 14 nounda. 13le ter
pound; 14 to 14 pound, 131c ID to 20
pound, 131e; California (picnic), Jk-j
cottage ham, Pc; houldera, 0c; boiled
ham, 21c; boiled picnic ham, boneleaa,
15c.
Paeon-Fancy breakfaat, 15e per
pound; Mandard breakfaet, 161; choi.
!5c; Englih breakfaat, 11 to 14 pound,
14c; peach bacon, 13c
Sauage Portland, ham, 19c per
pound; minced ham, 10c; Summer, choice
dry, 171c; bologna, long, Ifr; weincr
wurt, Kc; liver, 6c; pork, Be; blood, 5c
headi'heene, 0c; boluirna aauaaire. link. I
4lc
Dry Salt Cured-Regular hrt clear.
tJo Mlt; 10Jc amoked; clear back, Pic
a!t, 101e amoked; clear brlliea, 14 to 17
pound average, none alt, none amoked;
Oregon export. 20 to 25 pound average,
101c alt. I He amoked.
Lard-Laf lard, kettlerenderedi
Tierce, 0c; tuba, fJc; 50h, 9Jc; 20 10c;
lo, 102c; 5. 101c "Standard pure:
Tierce, Mc; tulw, 01c; 60a, 01c; 20a
i'J-: 10, UJc; .5a, tic Compound:
TierT, tk-; tuba, 01c; 60a, flic; 10, OJe,
5. tile.
Pickled Good Pork, barrel, $lft;
half barrel. $0.50; tie f, barrel, $12;
half barret, $8.50.
Canned Mcata Corned beef .pound,
per dozen, $1.23; two pound, $2.3.1; nix
JKiund, $8. ltfwat beef, pound, $1.25;
two pound, none; ix pound, none.
ltoat beef, tall, pound, none; two
pound, $2.3.1; aix pound, none. Luncn
tongue, pound, none; two pound, none;
ix pound, $8.50.
Bops, Wool, Hides, Etc
Hop Chohw, 1904, 10,2lo per pound.
Wowl Fjitern Oregon, average bet
I9?23c; lower grade, down to 15c. ac
cording to shrinkage; Valley, 20(5 27c
per pound.
Mohair Choice, 31(932lo per pound.
Hide Dry hldea, No. 1. 10 pound'
. . . i
and up, 10ftl61 per pound; dry kip
No. 1, 5 to 10 pound, la 15c per pound;
dry calf, No. 1, under 5 pounds, 17 18c;
dry aaltrd, bulla and etag, one-third
lea than dry flint; (cull, moth-eaten,
badly cut, eeored, murrain, hair-slipped,
wther-latn or irrubby, 2(5.3c per
pound le) ; salted hide, steer, aound,
W pound and over, 9 10c per pound;
60 to CO pound, 8S9c per pound;
under 50 pound and cows, 8 ft 9c per
pound; salted staga and bull, sound, 0c
per pound; salted kip, aound, 15 to 30
pound, 9: per pound; aalted veal, sound,
10 to 14 pound, 9c per pound; aalted
calf, sound, under 10 pound, 10c per
pound; (green tinselled, lc per pound
lea; cull, lc per pound lc). Sheep
akin: hliearlina, No. 1 butcher' stock.
2.ir 30c each; short wool, No. 1 butchers'
stock, 40C 50c each ; iredium wool, No. 1
butcher' slock, 000 80c; lonir wool." No
1 butcher' stock, $19 1.50 each. Murrain
pelt from 10 to 20 per cent lens or 12
tiI4c per pound; home hide, salted
eah, according to aize, $1.503; dry
ench, according to size, JIOLSO; colU'
hide, 25&50e each; goat skins, common
10rt15c each; Angora, with wool on,
2.1cftf..10 each.
Tallow Prime, per pound, 314c;
No. 2 and grease, 2fo 3c.
Fur Hear akin, a to size, No. 1,
2.5011 10 each; cub, $lft2; badger, 25
(it 50c; wild cat, with bead perfect, 23
50c; house cat, flCalOc; fox, common
gray, 50f?70c; red, 3(ir5; cro, $5(ai5;
silver and black, $100(a200; fishers, $3(?
0; lynx, $4.50(4 6; mink, strictly No. 1,
according to size, $12-10; martin,
dark Northern, according to size and
color, $2.50i4; muakrat, Urge, 10(8 15c;
ktink, 40g50c; civet or polecat. 6(10ct
otter, large, prime akin, $Wl0; panther,
with head and claw perfect, $2(a5; rac
coon, prime, 30Sr5Oc; mountain wolf,
with head perfect, $3.50(25; coyote. 6c
Mil; wolverine, $68; beaver, per skin,
large, $5(36; medium, $3(34; small, $10
1.50; kiU, 6075c
Cascara Stgrada (Chittam bark)
Good, 31114c per pound. .
Crain Bags-Calcutta, 7c.
Forced "to Sum."
B. F. Leek, of Concord, Ky says
"For 20 year I suffered agonies, with a
sore ou my upper lip, so painful, some
times that I could not eat. After vain
ly trying everything else, I cured it with
Uucklin'a Arnica Salve." It's treat for
burns, cuts and wound. At Chas. Bob
ers' drug store; only 23 cents.
The greatest system renovator. Re
store vitality, regulate the kidneys
liver and stomach. If HollUter'e Rocky
Mountain Tea fails to cure, get your
money back. That's fair. 35 cents
Tea or Tablets at Frank Hart's drug
store.
Ssnfiiy Excursion to North Beach.
The Ilwaco Railway and Navigation
Company are selling round trip ticket
every Sunday from Astoria to a
cotta, at a rate of one dollar for the
points on Long Beach, including Nab
round trip.
MEDICAL.
Dr. C Gee Wo
VONDERFUL
HOME
TREATMENT
Thla wonderfal Chi
iim dortor la called
(real bxewiM be can
pMiple without oomr
1MB Ihmi .r. .. n.
In dl. Me run- wl'h
Ih'm wi.wtvrful Chi-
lurk aiil vHaMrti
iiiu mm anorHy an
kwn In mrdiril kri.
.nr In rhia . . .u t . .
. - ...M.,7. i iinnjjn in. o
Jim kiirmlMv n-mnll-a Urn tamou dixtor
linowt ih action of o-T tin different rem-
eqlek. whlrh h nrr.u.r..ii . ... i m
atuw. He urnu io run. cstlarS, b
na, !-if, lliruM, rlieumwUm, nervouinw,
Mnmark. Ilvw, tidnrra, etc: h hundrtd of
ee.tiH.oiiiia. lutnea moderate, t ail and
hltti. ftlnl out of tb diy write for
hlnlr. mj4 u ' ..... .....
TA1 ION t'KtE. ADDKJM
The CGee Wo Chinese Medicine Co.
11 Alder Su, PirUmd. Orioa.
trMnuou paper.
ml
m m m
ASK ANY
TRAVELER
and he will
tell yen the
Electric Lighted.
U tbe Crack Trala of them all for
COMFORT and ELEGANCE.
The ticket office at Portland is at
JSS Mormon St., Cor. 3d.
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
Oils.
Turpentine-Cases, 80a per gallon;
barrels, 80e per gallon.
White Lead-Ton lots, 7o; 300-pound
Iota, 1 c; lens than 500-pound lota. 80.
Gasoline Stove gasoline, cases. 23k:
iron barrels, 17c; 86 deg. gasoline, cases,
32c; iron barrel or drum, 26c.
Coal Oil Cases, 201c; iron barrels
14c; wood barrels, 17c; 63 deir.. cases.
22c; iron barrels, 151
Unseed Oil Raw, 5-barrcl lots. C2c:
1-barrel lots, 03c; cae, flc. Boiled: 5-
barrel lot, 04c; 1 barrel lot, C3v; case
70c.
THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL
Maintains unexcelled service from the
west to the east and south. Marina-
clone eonnectiona wl;h tralna of all
transcontinental llnea, passenger are
eiven their cholc of route to Chicago,
lulsvllle, Memphis and New Orleans.
and through these points to tie far
east.
Prospective travelers desiring Infor
matlon as to the lowest rat a and best
routes are Invited to correspond with
the following representatives:
D. II. TRUMBULL. Commercial Agent.
1J Third St.. Portland. Ore
J. C. LINDSBT, Trav. PassengT Agent.
It 2 Third St.. Portland. Ore.
PAUL B. THOMPSON. Pass'gr. Agent,
Coleman Building. Seat.le, Wash
n
TOWINQ. FREIGHTINO AND EX
CURSIONS.
A. D. CHARLTON.
Assistant General Proarager Agent.
PORTLAND. OREGON.
"Best
by Test"
A trans continental trav
eler says: 'I've trie4 them
an ana 1 prefer the
North
western Umited
It's the best to be found from
coast to coast"
It's "The Train for Com.
fort" evftrv niolit. in ih
between Kft
WHVUvua, Ve,
Paul and Chicago.
MjtCrMI lla.tln.M . mt ..
W llWI . II ft.. In. .1
Uoa about oomfortable I raveling.
H. L SISLER. Gtntral Atcnl
132 Third 8t Portland. Oregon.
SAN FRANCISCO &
PORTLANDS. S. CO.
Far inoluding berth and msals, flSa
Round -trip, 125.
Steamer Leaves Astoria for Sn
rrancisco every 5 Days.
Connects at SanFrancisco with Rail
and Steamer Lines for South,
em California.
O. W. ROBERTS, Agent.
Aatorla, Oregron.
A. O. D. KERBSUj,
Gen. Pas. Agent
8an Francisco, Cat.
A. & C. R. R.
TIME CARD.
EFFECTIVE JUNE. 24, 1905.
PORTLAND Arrtv
8.(Wa.m t Portland CTnbnl lL20a,i
n p.m depot for Astoriaf 9JMp i
Leave
ASTORIA
Arrhr
li5 a'm ( for Fortla a
610
a'm (
p.m
way pointa
SEASIDB DIVISION
I H0a.i
1O50BT1
L' ASTORIA
11 3R J u ..-j- i.-- - .
T. W. TIaHDALX,
General Pauencer Agent.
Bt. Paul, Minn? H
STEAMER JORDAN
for CathUmet, way landings. 3 d. m.
dally except Sunday.
JUNE.
J
STEAMER WENONA
for Grays River, Knappton and wav
landings. aiDIy aa follows:
Jniy.
Monday, 3, 10:30, A.M.
Tuesday, 4, 11 A. M.
Wednesday 5, 12 M.
Thursday 6, 12:30 P. M.
Friday 7, 1:30.
Saturday 8, 2:30.
Monday 10, 4:30.
Tuesday 11, 5:00
Wednesday 12, 6:15.
Thursday 13, 7:30.
Friday 14, 8:30.
Saturday 15, 9:00.
Agents S. 8. Roanoke for Coos Rav.
Eureka, San Francisco and San Pedro.
Gray S. 8. Co. Steamers to c.a
Bay. Eureka and San Francisco. Str.
Toledo to Grays Harbor. Tuesday and
Saturday.
C H. CALLENDER, Manager.
iaiiTorma
Tb land of fruit, flowers and a..n
shine, wnera all the summer sports
may De enjoyed In winter,
Lv. ASTORIA. Arrive)
uBuiiuono, ri v 11.00a.m.
Stevena, Seaside) 7Mm
Arrtfw
6.50 p.i
Leave
SEASIDE
6.-W p.m I for Astoria Direct 1 120a.nt
Leave
SEASIDE.
Arrive
lisal I '
mZT m ,0,r warrenton Ft) 9 25
8.40a. m mond, Astoria
Saturday only. 4 Dailr txt Sat
urday.
Through tickets and close consUln-
via N. p. Railway at Portland anrf ru
and O. E. 4 N. via PortUnd. .
J. C. MAYO,
General Freight and Passenger Agent.
aTi "i "eVX TTT?
III HI W 111 m I VV1
S55
PORTLAND to LOS ANGELES
AND RETURN.
reached via
THE SHORT ROUTE
Beautifully Illustrated booki.t. mnA
folders, descriptive of the many charm-
jinf winter resorts, may be secured
worn any Southern Pacific Agent, or
aaareaa
W. E. COMAN,
a P. A, Portland, Ore.
Why suffer with your stomach, kid
neys and liver when Hollister'a Rock?
Mountain Tea will make you well. If
taken this month, keeps you woll all
summon 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. At
Frank Hart's drug store.
TIDE TABLE, JULY
FAMOUS
TRAINS
The Southwest Limited Kansas Citv
to Chicago, The Overland Limited to
Chicago via. Omaha, The Pioneer
Limited St. Taul to Chicago, run via
Chicago,
Milwaukee and
St. Paul Railway
ASK THE AGENT FOR
TICKETS
VIA
V
Oregon
71 Boon from Peruana to '-fjg
cue enange of can.
Depart
Chicago
Portland
SrwclaJ
frMl. m
v HuuH
mgton
Atiantlc
azDrasa
IfelS p. m.
ViA UnnL
ington I
TIME SCHEDULES
From
PORTLAND
Denver, rt
worth, Omaha, Kaa-
Chicago and the East
Rait r.k. ..
Chicago and thetiat
"'w wan Wall, t .
Fat Mail .too. 8nVT."' "'
and EST vu"o.
Fit p. m.
Z
I w II
JULY, 1905.
JULY, 1905.
High Water. A. M,
tte.
h m. I ft.
Saturday
SUNDAY 2'0:0R
Monday 3 0:43
Tuesday i l-?R
Wednesday 6 2:0
Thursday (I 2:57
rriday 7 3:49
Saturday 8. 4:414
8UNDAT 6:6R
Monday io 7;u
Tuedav ill
Wednesday 12 1:45
Thursday 1310:49
Friday ...1411.-4K
fiaturdny 15
SUNDAY 18
Monday 17
Tuesday 18
-Wednesday 19
Thursday 20
Friday :i
Saturday 22
SUNDAY 23
Monday .........24
Tuesday 25
Wednesday 23
Thursday 27
Friday 28
Saturday 29
SUNDAY 80
SUNDAY 30
Monday 31,
0:00
0:48
1:29
2:10
2:51
3: S3
4:11
5:09
6:08
7:20
3:34
1:40
10:38
11:28
3.9
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Low Water.
Date.
12
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Saturday 1
SUNDAY 2
Monday , . ,
Tuesday ..
Wednesday 5
Tnursuay 6
Friday 7
Saturday S
SUNDAY
Monday 10
Tuesday 11
Wednesday 12
inursaay 13
Friday 14
Saturday 15
SUNDAY 16
Monday 17
Tuesday 18
Wednesday 19
Thursday 20
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Saturday .
SUNDAY
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Monday 81
6:20
7:00
7:39
8:19
8:69
9:40
10:25
11:10
0:0
1:11
3:22
3:30
4:32
5:27
6:18
7:03
7:45
8:23
8:69
9:34
10:05
10:37
11:10
0:24
11:46
1:22
2:23
3:23
4:13
5:08
5:65
6:35,
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0.9
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-1.0
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h.mTT ft.
0.1110
0.71
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1.9
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Fjich route offers numerous attrae
tions. The principal thing to insure
a quick, comfortable trip eaot is to
see that your tickets read via the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Rail
way.
H. S. Rowe, Gen'I Agt.,
134 Third Street, Portland.
To Spokane, 8L Paul, Minneapolis
wuiutn, itnioago, at. Louie, and all
points eaat and teuth.
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UP TO DATE EQUIPMENT
COURTEOUS EMPLOYE
Daylight trip aoross the Caaoade and
nooKy Mountains.
I For tickets, ratee folders and full In
rormauon call on or address
H. DICKSON.
City Ticket Agent
121 Third Street. Portland, Or.
. a. terkes. A. a. p. a..
Corner First avenue and Yesler wav
Seattle, Wash.
Dally ex.
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day strain
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DAILY
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train, for Ung Beach. Tioga Z
North Beach polnt "
rives .t Astoria same ,vening.
ugn ticket, to and from an prul.
'iu jturopean citiea.
O. W. ROBERTS. Agent,
Aatorla. Ore.
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8ERVICE ON FREIGHT
ROUTE YOUR 8HIPMENT8
VIA GREAT NORTHERN
Full Information from
WM. HARDER, General Agsnt
Portland, Ore.
The Worlife Fair Route.
YOU WILL BE SATISFIED
WITH YOUR JOURNEY.
If your ticketa read over the Den
ver and Rio Grande Railroad, the
"Scenio Line of tbe World."
BECAUSE
There are so many acenlo attrac
tions and polnta of Interest along
the line between OgJen and Den
ver that the trip never become
tiresome.
If you are going East, writ in
formation and get a pretty book tw
will tell you all about It
W. C, MeBrlde, Gtntrsl Agent'
124 Third Str.
PORTLAND. orpa
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