The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930, March 23, 1906, Page 7, Image 7

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FRIDAY, MARCH ij, 190O.
TIIK MORNING AST01UAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
PORTLAND MARKETS
Latest Quotations in the Portland
Markets.
Complete Market Reports Corrected Eacn
Day Giving th Wholesale Prices of
Commodities, Farm Produce end Vct
table.
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llill.
lbs., tl.732.(HJ celery, dojt-n, 73(P0cj
onloim, 75cW$I.OO In country j wbberii'
prices, fl.00fflj,25j beets, l per Nnnk )
carrot , 75c, per sack; garlic, lOyj sweet
potatoes, l'lt)(u 2.50; rod pepper), dry,
20c; lint boil e lettuce, fl.fiO box. Call
fwrilii vegelabh ieen peas, flDcj
spiouts, 8c; lildl'dicit, 25e do,, litriclics j
Chile peppers, 2'ie, poiiml; hr-ml lettuce,
25c do,.en; artichokes, 2.2.V'i;2.50 dox.;
enulillowcr, llilefii $1.00 pi p dor.nii; rhu
barb, 7 '''71".
Groceries, Provlslona, Etc.
Sii'iii , mii'k bniis inii'ii (,', (3.08;
rut mi (', 5.20j pondered, $3.80 i patent
I'lil.r. 11 113; ruin-, I), C, $3.70; fnilt
migar, if.'iTO; beet ii(nr, f t 00; darrein,
flit., l'li; V.'H", cut., 23r; bones, civt,,
5ilc inhume otci mu k bii"is (Icm I t''
lit. if pniil for in 13 days).
Suit htle, of 73 A; Irnli-, U 00; bales
i. 110 ;ii, bale, )fl till; ,uc i.l 10 4h, Iml"
Il.tJO; b:ilo, of 10 0i-, bale, $1,110; bug,
fill (ini-, (mi, i; bags, 30 li., genuine
I.1mii'm., tmi, 17; liumi, 30 lbs., 1-2
ground, puts, ton, $7; It, H. V. 1'., 20 3
iiiilmr, $2.23 1 K. N. V, l' 24 3 Id.
niiluri", ijl i3; Liverpool lump, ton,
$18,50,
Itice - Imperial Jnpiill, No. I, $5.05;
Smith in, l.'iMili, fli'lti'; dlnki'il, 4l';
lii'inl, tiiiicy, liji'( liriiil, i'limii,1 1)1-4''.
I iil'i'i- M'ii Iiii, 2f28i'; .liim, fiitir;,
20i, '!.'; .Iiivii, (fond, 20'"2li'; .Jam, or
ilitmry, I7'"20r; Cnnln Kirn, fati'-y, 8f
if ; (.'until Him, k'mhI, 12f" IS'-; Ar
liinkl'i, lilj'- vf Id.; I. inn, 1'IJ'' prr Id.;
( oliiinliiii ('"fTi'i1, l'J 3 t
do, $1,15; pearl durlry, $4,75 per 100
llm.j 25 Id. doxex, $1,25 per box; pantry
Hour, 10 Id. micko, $2.50 per bulo.
t.'uiiiii'il miliiioii - Coliimdiu Itlver, 1-ld.
lull., $1.85; 2 Id. tnlN, $2.50; fancy, 1
Id. flul, $2.00; J Id. finn.'y flutll, $1.23;
fancy Id. oval, $2.75; Alwika tall,
pinjf, !0c; ri'd, $1.45; nominal, it, tall,
$J.0fl.
Llveitock Market.
Cuttle I!ft ateni, $3.754; cown,
$3.003.25; onlvee, $3.00(4.75.
Hlii!op-$5.75r,$'5.00; Iambi, $3SJ50.
HoK-$5.75fe6.00; llKht hog, $5
Wild Came,
.lin k radblt $2C,2.50 dozen.
Kugiir, 'k bttnia (Jolden C, $5.05;
Freih Meati and Fiih.
fre-h meata Veal, einall, "iBc;
I.up, 41'fij,.; pork, TJHc; beef, bulla,
2J.'I.; ci', 3J,41o; teiM, 41Cc;
mutton, 88Jfj lambii O'S'OJrf.
( I iiim-IliHililii'II, per box. $2.00; raz
or cliHlm, f2.l0 jier box.
Oynt rt -.Slifiiihviit r l!ay, per gallon,
$2.25; Olympia, pi-r M'-k, $5.25; Kaatwn
liiin-pliinlfd, $1.00 jH-r 100.
l iili - (.'rad, per dozr.n, $1.50; Shoal
wati-r liay njatrr', per lick, $4-00;
ny tcri, gallon, $2.25; halibut, 7c; black
'oil, 7'i; bam, per lb., ISc; herring, 5c;
Houri'lfM, 6r; catfUb, 8;; lobktera. jier
NOW FOR A NICE DAINTY
LITTLE PIECE OF
CHINA
A. CHINA TEA POT, CHOCO
LATE POT, CUP AND SAUCER
OR EVEN A NICE LITTLE TEA
SET, MAY BE JUST THE THING
YOU ARE WANTING IF SO
THE PLACE TO GO IS THE
Yokohama Bazaar I
ai Commercial Hlrwt, Anfirla
ASK ANY
TRAVELER
arid he will
tell you the
Grain, Produce, Feed.
WVut Wallii Wutlu, iSiiii-
3r; blli"tlli, (iTJ'-; led, ti.'c.
Oala -While, $28; gray, $27.
liar ley - Itn w irig, $2.1.60f 24 ;
$21.23; rolled, $24 '"25.
Hay-Valley timothy, $IOrtf.ll; Iat
pro On-gon, $13.30M,14; clmer, $8.50g i
P; rheat. alfalfa, $10.
i, iL'ie; filver nui'lt, fie; i-hrimp, 10c;
Salvador, lljil' '"-i xt"ig"on, Be; e trout, 121c;
I black but, 25c; Columbia River ateel-
rirni.ioini Hum., to -ie. l.'t"; hamn ! !"'i '.'ol'imbia River urnelt, 3c;
pii-ni.-, Ii. ; b:i-..ii, .egnlar. 11J-; bae.ni. i (''''"ook nalmon, Oc
bniikfiHt, I'll 4'" lite; div Milt eld",;
j,,.. itt,u.Atv .alt. II- ' j Hl". Wo01' Hia"- Bte-
V,,', Wnlnnli V,, 1. K.,ft hrll i C,r,r bag CaleutU
il5l-4c; So. 1. hard hrll, l.V; f'lule, ! "c
Vollev i l.v. ,.;,' l'V: fllderli. 14ft l.V: ! Wcwl-Villrj, 21.27 l-2c;
i llr.il.. 14-; p en,, l3i,.15c; hickory, j 0r,'on- 18a20p-
is-; Virginia pen...,!,, 77,.-; Jumbo ! Tallow-Prime, per lb., 3J J-ies No.
j Virginia peanuU, tic; Japamre pcanuU, 8 nd K""' 2(2 1'2c'
'51ftt;.-; clic'tniitii, Italian, 14c; cocoa -I 1 lop Choice, lOOt, He; prime, 0(SOic
init, iliieii, ..iftHik; nc" almoti'lH, 15 ool v alley, 20(2ijr; hantern Ore-
l)nte -fiol'len, 00 Id. doxe,
I
A Ticket
Meanii more than your mere
transportation if it i over
It mean that you will have
every luxury and comfork-the
utmoat courteiy from all employ
ea a nafe trip and one that will
be a pleasure and delight. It la
the
Short Liae to
Chi caro
AND BEST A3 WELL.
Anything you wi-h to know
about cornfo! table traveling will
be gladly told by.
W, A. COX, Gen. Agent
153 Third St. . Portland, Ore.
! YOU WILL BE SATISFIED
j
WITH YOUR JOURNEY.
Caere are ao many acenlc attraa
, tlona and polnta of lntereat alone
! the line betweon Ogden and Den
ver that the trip never becomea
tlreaome.
If your tlckete read over the Den
ver and Rio Orande Railroad, the
"Scenic Line of the World."
BECAUSE
If you are going East, write wr In
formation and get a pretty book tiut
will tell you all about It
VV. C. McBride, Genera! Agent.
124 Third Stret
PORTLAND. OREGON
Electric Lighted.
i the:Crack Train of them all for
COMFORT and ELEGANCE.
and domratic,
Kaatern
Tc ticket office at Portland is at
255 Morrison St., Cor. 3rl.
fK.Cie;
I II, it, ,.L it i.f.M Ii..- I'll fit IS til Irfltl'.
MilUtufT-Middllng, $25tt2(l; chop, '
lit); bran, $1819; r-horta, $20,21
Hour llail wheat patent, $3 83:
atraight, $3 40; graham, $3.25; rye,
$5tKi; whole wheal flour, $3 50; Valley,
$.1.30' 3.4S; Hakota, $i).50m ,7.25; Kail
em rye, $3 40; pillibury, $H20fi,7.15;
O.nallii. $3.70.
Corn -Whole, $.'4; crocked, $25 prr
ton.
Rye- $1.50 per cwt.
Iil-kwheat $33 per toll.
Ili-nii- Small while, 4:; large white
3J-; pink, 2 7 -Sc; bayou, 4 3 4c; Lima
5 7 8c; Mexican r da, SJc.
Fig White, lb., fll'-i t; black, 6,7c
Pickled good -Pickled piga' feet, 1
barrel, $5; 1-4 burr-Is. $2.75; 15 1b,
gon, 18(S,20c; nominal.
Tallow-Prime, per lb.. 33c; No. 2
anj greaae, 2f?2Jc.
llidea Dry hidea, No. 1, 18 Ida. ant up,
16ft 17c per lb.; dry kip, Xo. 1, 5 to
15 Iba., 131(?ilClc per lb.; dry calf, No.
A. D. CHARLTON,
AsaiBtant General Passenger Agent.
PORTLAND, OREGON.
Have you pain in the back, inflamma
tion of any kind, rheum?,ti?m, fainting
-pells, indigestion or constipation, Hoi
lifter's Rocky Mountain Tea make jou
w. ll, keeps you well. 35 cents. Frank
Hart, drugi'i-t.
r. 7. r
Accordion, Sunburst
and Knife Pleating
To Order
STEAM PROCESS.
No Hot Irons. No Burning of Goods.
Miss O. Gould
Eighth Floor, Marquam Building.
PORTLAND.
Prompt and Careful Attention Given
to all Out-of-Town Orders.
TRAVELER' GUIDE.
; THE MILWAUKEE
Produce.
Hut tea - Fancy cri aim ry ,
Id ; city creamery, 30( ,321
llilftl'c; utore, 141'"' 15c;
er-ameiy, 271'"3ilc; butteifat, 271".2Kj
Chei'iie - Young American, llle; Oie
gon full cream, 15c.
I'gg" Iie-h tiieiin ranch, li'ij-.
I'oult r Ol.l roonlcis, 8ft Oc; heu,
121-tfi '13c; Spring, Mm 1.1c; broil, ra,
lite; drcnaed cliickcn-, 13Ti I.'ljc;
gee-e, live, tlJ iMiJc; dieied, lift HI-;
turkeys, live, 14'" 15c; drewd, lflf'il7c;
ducks, old, 12'" 13c; Spring duck, 15ft.'
10c; pigeons, per dozen, $1.00ft,1.25;
'ilbs, fc!,50ft 3,(K).
Honey Dark, lOJft.Hc; amber 12ft
13c; fancy white, 14ft15e.
unde. 6 Iba., 1718c; dry aalted, bulla
and ataga, one third leas than dry flint
(culls, moth-eaten, badly cut, eeored,
murrain, hair-alipped, weather-beaten cr
lb. leaals aalted hidea,
and over, 8(10c per
2fnflf rutr lh i nn.lor
1 4 barrel., $3; 15 1b. kits, $1.60; pick-,.. T lh .
ataga and bulla, aotind, 6c per lb.; aalted
kip, sound, Id to 30 Iba., Be per lb.; aalt
ed veal. aounJ. 10 to 14 Iba.. So rnr lb.:
27ift300 tubs, 105 8c ; 50.. 105 8c; 20,, 10 3 4c; .
dairy, I-K 11-; 5, 0 5 8-. S.andani pure, k ,b
kit-, $125; pickled tripe, 1 barrels, $5 ; I '
. 4 barrel,, $2.75; 15 1b. kits, 11-23; tf ,
piiklcl pig,' tii.igue., 1 bar.els, W',,:jlb..6oto00 1ba.,8 1-
1 i Imrrel., $.j; la in. Kits, ei.oo; pi-K-,
led laiiibs' tongue, 1 barri li, $0; 14 j
barrels, $5.50; 151b. kits. $2.75. j
I.ard - Kt'ltle retid-re.1, tb rce, lOJc; 1
Kaslern tierces. 0 14
Fruita and Vegetable.
Apples Own, 75(!i$2.25.
Pears $ lft; 1.50 box.
(.rape fruit-Crate, $3rrf.3.5.
Cranberries $14 per barrel.
Tropical fruita I.emona, fancy, 43.M;
i-boice, $3.00 per box; orengea, i75f?
tulu, 0 7-He; 50a, 9 7 8c
2(, 0 5 8c; Ids, 10 I 4c; 5, 10 18c.
('impound, tierces, Hjc; tubs, 0 3 4-;
('iiliipminil-, tierce., til-; tub, f!3 4e;
5u, ill) 4c; 5i, 7 3-8-.
Sauage I'oitliind ham, MJc per lb.;
mil d ham. 10c; Summer, choice dry
171c; bologna, long, 5Jc; wiencrwurst,
Sc; liver, 5c; polk, ic; blood, 5c; hcad-chee-e,
I2jc; bologna snusagp, link, 4ic
Hni'ins I-ooe Muscatels, 3 crown,
71-; 2-crown, 7c; bleached seedless Sill
tanas, 7" 12c; unbleached ecdl-s Sul
tanas. 7c I.ornloii lavera, 3-crown
whole boxes of 20 pounds, $2.10;
crown, $2.
Dried fruit-Apples, evaporated, 121c
per pound; Himdried, sacks or boxe
none; npiicots, lift 121c; penche, 10fts
11c; pear, none, prunes, Italian, 51
(11c; French, 31c; figs, California blacks
5 3-4c; do white, none; Smyrna, 20c
plums, pitted, Cc.
Cereal foods -Rolled osts, rrvum, 00
lb. sacks, $0.75; lower grade. $5.25
$3.00; bananas, 5o n. r lb.; pir.oapples,
4.60(5 8.00 per floren. i $0.25; oatmeal, steel cut, 50-11). aacka.
Potatoes per sack, 0075c for fancy. $8 bale; 101b. sacks $4.25 per crnte
anrS'fKV fnr Inferior stock, tn country: oatmeal (ground), 60-lb. sacks, $7.50
Jobbers' prices, BOffSOc per 100 pounds; p-r bale; 10 lb. sacks, $4 per bale; split
turnips, 15(S:m sack; cabbum. t-er 100 peas, $4.50 per lOO lti. sack; ia-iu.
TIDE TABLE, MARCH
MARCH, 1906.
High Water. I A. M. P. M.
Date.
h.m.ft.
Thursday 1 4:30
01
5:10
B:fl8
7.8
7.(1
7.4
0:551 7.31
8:102
0:08
10:0(1
11:00
0:04
1)11:50!
0:41
1:11)
1:57
2:.35
3:10
4:001
8.3
7.(1
8.7
8.2
8.01
h.m. I ft.
0.2
fi.7
5.4
5.4
6:03
0:00
7:11
8:30
7.3!
7.0110:38
7.1)111:24
12:38
1:23
0.0 2:10
O.Oi 3:001
0.0
8.1)
Frldnv 2
Saturday
SUNDAY ...... 4
Monday 5:
TupmIiiv 01
Wfulnpsdny
Thursday 8
I' ridny
Friday
Satiirdav 101
SUNDAY 11
Monday 12
Tuesday 13
Wednesday 14
Thtirsibiv 15
Friilnv ,..lfl 4:50 .0
Saturday 171 6:41)1 8.2!
SUNDAY 18 0:5r.J 7.1)
Monday 10 8:111 7.7
Tuesday 20 0:25 7.8
Wedncwdnv 21 10:301 8.0
Thursday 2211:23 8.2 1.
Fridnv 23 0:12 7.012:10
Satnrdnv 24
.SUNDAY 25
Monday 20
Tuesday 27
Wednesdny 28
Thursday 2I
Fridnv 30'
Saturday 31 4:20 7.7 5:25 6.0
MARCH, 1906.
Low Water, j A. M. P. M.
Date. j h.m. j ft. I h.m. I ft.
111:0:
Thursday 1 11:02 1.0
Friihv 2ll:5f 1.0
Saturday 3
S1IM11AV 41 IhfUl 38
n.jjl Q "v...... 1 ; .1
- - . Monday 5 1:50 4.1
"'' Tuesday ' 3:15 4.1
7' WenlnosdflV 71 4:211 3.8
Thursday 8 5:lfl 3.2
- Friday 0 0:031 2.0
' Si.tuidnv 10 0:471 1.0
SUNDAY 11 7:25 1.3
3:61
4:501
5:58
7:18
8:43
0:551 0.0 Tll(lB(1;v
Monday 12 8:07
8" Tuesday 13 8:55!
Wednesday 141 0:45
7'8 Thursday 1510:40
J-1 Friday .' 1B11:40
- Ruturdny 17
-2 SUNDAY 18
-r Monday 10
..20
10:51j 7.0 We(lm,H,lay
11:35
I 0:47 8.i12:B0 8.2
1:15 8.3 1:20 8.(1
1:45 8.3 2:02 7.8
2:15 8.2 2:37 7.5
2:41 8.1 3:14 7.1
3:10 8.0 3:50 0.0
3:44 7.0 4:35 (1.2
7.4
8.2
0:55
2:201
3:41
4:48
6:40!
Thursday 22
Fridnv 23 0:25
Saturday 24 7:00j
SUNDAY 25 7:35'
Monday 20) 8:07 1.2 8::13
0.8
tf.5
0.4
10:52
11:35
12:48
1:60
3:01;
4:05!
4:58
5:43
(1:2(1
7: Of
7:45
8:25
0:0(1
0:57!
0.510:45
0.011:43
12:51
2:08
3:22
4:25
6:17
0:021
0.41
7:10
7:45,
3.5
3.7
3.5
3.0
2.5:
2.0J
1.0
1.3
.28 0:10
Wednnmlnv .
- .
Thursday 20 0:45
n n . . . 1
Friday 30 10 : 20
fi-2 Saturday 3111:03
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.3
1.3
8:42
0:12
0:40(
10:15
ll:00i
2.0
3.4
1.0
1.7
1.4
0.!)
0.5
0.1
-0.1
-0.1
0.1
0.5
ai
1.7
2.4
3.0
0.7
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0.2
0.4
0.8
1.1
1.5
2.0
2.6
2.0
3.3
3.0
lie per lb. less). Sheep rtlns: Shesr
j lings, No. 1 butchers stock, 2330c each;
j short wool, No. 1 butchers' stock, 40
60c each; medium wool, No. 1 butchers'
stock, 00(5 !i0c; lng wooi, No. 1 butchers'
stock, $1.00(5 -1.50 eacn Murrain pelts,
from 10 to 20 per cent less, or 12(14c
per lb.; horse hides, salted, each, accord
ing to sire, $1.50(5 2.00; dry, each, ac
cording to Bize, 1.50; colts' hides, 25
50c each; goat skins, common, 1015c
each; Angora, with wool on, 25c$1.50
each.
Mohair Choice, 30g33c.
Feathers Geese, white, 35(40cj
gpeso gray or mixed, 2530c; duck,
white, 1520c; duck, mixed, 12(15c.
" The Pioneer Limited " St. Paul to Chi
cago. " Short Line " Omaha to
Chicago. " South-West Limited " Kansas
City to Chicago.
N"o 1 1 it in- in (In- ki-riii-c 0f any rail
mail in tin- u.i Id eipiaU in equip
ment lliiit nf the Cliiciio, Milwaukee
A' St. I'.iul lly . Tin y own and operate
their mi 11 .leepin ami dining nu and
givi- t in-i 1 iialitiu- mi eM-elli iut- of ser
vice nut oU.iiiiiihlr el-ewheri',
licithi on their sleeper. ;irc longer,
higher and wider t!: i: in similar cars 011
any ulln i line. They protect (heir train-
by the I'l'ick sv-tcin.
( ollllerl inn- 111 :t ' S I- litll 11 1 1 tlailsi'OII-
t incut .il lines iii 1'ninii )euit.
II. S. I'.Hiic. lU iiei.il Agent, l'oitlan.1
or l.'i-l Third Street corner Alder.
SAN FRANCISCO &
PORTLAND S. S- CO.
Oil and Lead.
Coal oil Pearl and astral oil, cases,
201e per gallon; water white oil, iron
barrels, 15c; wood barrels, 17c; extra
star cases, 25c; headlight oil. 175 de
grees, cases, 231c; iron barrels, 17ic
(Washington State test burning oils,
except headlight, o per gallon higher.)
Henzine Sixty-three degrees, cases,
22c; iron barrels, 17c.
Turpentine In cases, 89c; In wood
barrels, 80c; in iron barrels, 33c; in 10-
case lots, 88o.
il.nseed oil Raw, 6-barrel lots, 60c;
1-barrel lots, 57c; in cases, 62c; boiled,
bnrrel lots, 68c; 1-barrel lots, 69c; in
cases, 04c.
Cnsoline Stove gasoline, cases, 241c;
iron barrels, 18c; 80 degrees gasoline,
eases, 22o; iron barrels or drums, 20c.
Rope Pure Manila, 143e; atandard,
131c; Sisal, 11c; Isle brand Slsnl. OJc.
Wire Nails Present base at $2.70.
Lead Strictly pure white lend and
red lead, in tons, 7Jc; 500-lb. lots, 8ic;
loss than 500 lbs., 8ic.
Fare Including berth and meala, S15;
Round -trip, 125.
Study the Map
Thirteen states and territories of the Middle
West are traversed by Rock Island lines. There
are more cities of 25,000 population and upwards
on the Rock Island System than on any other
Western road! From Minnesota to Texas, from
the Rocky Mountains to the Great Lakes, it is
Rock Island country. The Rock Island System
occupies a strategic position in the western
railway world. . ,
Going somewhere ? Get a Rock Island folder
and study the map ten to one your destination
is on the Rock Island orreached by way of it.
Note our several offices maintained in the
Northwest :
Portland, Seattle, Spokane,
Butte and Salt Lake City.
The Rock Island is reaching out for busi
ness and solicits yours.
a. h. Mcdonald,
General Agent, Rock Island System,
140 Third Street, Portland, Ore.
Astoria & Columbia River R. ! Zi.
28 26 j 30 j 24 j 22 ,Leave.
a.m.
EFFECTIVE SBPT 18, 1905.
Arrive.
Steamer Leaves Astoria for San
Francisco Every 5 Days.
Connects at SauHancisco with Rail
and Steamer Lines for South,
em Cal fornia.
G. W. UOIiKlSTS, Agent.
Astoria, Oregon.
A. Q. D. KERPxELL.
Gen. Pas. Agen
San Francisco, (
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7 :00 8:00, PORTLAND (Union . Depot.)
8:10! 9: lOi leave. Goble. arrive
8:15 5:5011:40
8:35 6:10 12:05
8:366:11
8:46 8:2512:30!
8:466:26
8:556:39
9:586:40
9:127:03
9:187:11
9:257:20!
21 j 23 25 29 t
9:03,10:05
9:24 10:26,
10:3511:35
I
Clatskine Junct
Westport.
arrive ASTORIA "eave
ill:35l leave ASTORIA im'n
11:55, arrive WARRENTOX leave
leave WARRENTON arrive
arrive Ft. Stevens .save
leave Ft. Stevens arrive
arrive WARRENTON leave
11:55! leav WARRENTON leave
p. m.
a. m
11:20!
10:10
j 9:11
8:51
7:45!
7:40
7:20
7:20
7:06
7:06
6:52
6:52
12:14,
12:21,
12:30
arnve
Clatsop.
Gearhart
SEASIDE
p.m.
p. m.
9:50
8:40,
7:40!
7:19
6:10
5:202:45!
5:05 2:20
2:15
2:00
5:05
6:29 4:45
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leave 6:15 4:30
a. mi
10:45
10:251
10:25
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9:45)
9:38
9:30'
Sunday only.
Through tickets and close connection via. N. P. railway at Portknd n,i
Goble, and O. R. i It. via, Portland.
J. C. MAYO, G. F. and P. Azeot.
"THE MILWAUKEE"
"Pioneer Limited," St. Paul to Chi
cago; "Uverland Limited," Omaha to
Chicago; "Southwest Limited," Kansas
City to Chicago.
No train in the service of any rail
road in the world equals in equipment
that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul Ry They own and operate their
own sleeping and dining cars and give
their patrons an excellence of service
not obtninamle elsewhere.
Rerths in their sleepers are longer,
higher and wider than in similar cars
oa any other line. They protect their
trains by the Block System. H. S.
Rowe, General Agent, 134 Third street,
Portland, Ore.
TflPJi
Through
SALT LAKE CITY, COLORADO
SPRINGS, DENVER
Stop-Over Privileges Granted.
Choice of Routes East of Colorado
Tomta.
For Illustrated Plmmphlets Pic
turing Colorado's Beautiful Scenery
write
W. C. McBRIDE, Gen. Agt.
124 Third Street PORTLAND, OR.
BEGINNING FEB. 15, 1906
THROUGH
TOURIST
SLEEPERS
EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR j,
BETWEEN
SEATTLE and CHICAGO
via the
S Great Northern Railway J
"The Comfortable Way"
Route of the famous Oriental Limited
For detailed information, rates, etc., call on or address
tt. DICKSON, C. T. A.,
123 Third Street, Portland, Ore.