The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930, April 22, 1906, FIVE O'CLOCK EDITION, Page 7, Image 7

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    SUNDAY, APRIL ai, 1906.
THE MORNING ASTOIUAN, ASTOIUA,
OREGON.
PORTLAND MARKETS
Latest Quotations in the Portland
Markets.
Complete Market Report Corrected Eatio
Day Giving the Wholesale Prlcei of
Commoditlei, Farm Produce and vee
tables
I'OltTU.ND.-Tht Imrror of the ca
liinlly tlmt Imi overtaken Smi Fran
cisco prevails very branch of bulne
in Portland. In cotuii)iiMiice of tlmt
feeling, local Inula condition are not
muuli tliouglit of- A gr. at wnv of yin.
pathy fur the people of the people of
the Southern cHy who have been ren
dered li(nii'li' tfikf Hi.' place of deal
ami trading fr mere potml gain.
Front etrert wa called upou by tlii
supply committee of the commercial
to font Uh Uigf quantities of
onions, cracker and bread went with
the flmt relief train last night
StiM'ki of mti'li aiipplli an were mll
nI uixn In the emergency were of rath
er larger proportion, o that the un
usual demand was promptly met, The
call could be duplicated if required,
without eerlously Impolrlng purely lo
cal necessities.
Grain, Produce, Feed,
Wheat-Walla Walla. CTci
flHcj blueatem, 68c rrd, 05e,
Oats-White, gray, t27.
iUrley-IIrewing, W3.50'24j
Valley,
fornla vegetables Greim peaa, 8($0oj
sprouts, 80 1 rndlithaa, 2(io doi. bpnohesj
Chll pepper, 20o pound head lettuce,
25o dorent artichoke, f 2.252.80 dox.
cauliflower, W)c$l,00 r dosonj rhu
barb, 7f7iC
Grocerlei, Proviilo t, Etc.
Sugar, lack Ijhm1 Gol3n 0, ffl.Oflj
extra C, $5.2ft! powdered, $080 j patent
cube, $5.P5 1 -cane, D, 0., $3.70 j fruit
sugar, $3.70) beet sugar, $4.flU barrel,
cwt,, lOcj kig, cwt., 23ci boxes, cwt,,
50c ii'lvence over nick luis (! l-4c
lb. if puld for In 15 daye)
Knit lialo of 79-4, bale, tl.BOj bale
of (JO 3c, bale, $1.00 bales of to-4, bain,
$1.00; balee of 10-I0c, bale, $1.00j bg,
60i, fine, ton, $11 1 bag, SO lln., genuine
Liverpool, ton, $17 j bag, 50 lb., 1-2
ground, 100, ton, $7 It. 8. V. P., 20 5
lb. cartons $2,25j It, 8. V; P., 24 3 lb.
ruitoiin, $1.73; Liverpool lump, ton,
$18,30.
Itlce Imperial Japan, Ko. J, $3.05 j
Southern, Japan, fiiMnj broken, 4kl
head, fancy, 6)m had, choice, 0 l-4c
Codec Mocha, 24g28ci .Jsva, faney,
2032ci Java, good, 2024cj Java, or
dlnary, 17(.20c; Costa Rica, fancy, 18
20ei Cola Rica, good, VmWi Ar
buckle, Mijo per9 Ib.t Lion, 10Jn per lb.;
Columbia coffee, 13 3 4c; Salvador, 111
(3 18c.
I'roviiioni Ilanm, to aire, 13c; name,
picnic, 0c; bacon; .tjgular, llc; bacon
breakfast, 131-410ci dry It sldV
llcj back, dry lalt, lie.
Xuts-Walnuta, Ko. 1, eoft sliell,
131-4c; No. 1, hard ahell, I5c; Chile,
13c; almond, 10c; filbert, 1415cj
nriill, 14c; pecans, 131 t Ue; UAtfy,
Be; Virginia peanut, 7(-lc; Jumbo
Virginia peanut, 0c; Japencae peanuta,
Riffle; chetnuta, Italian, 14c; cocoa-
j nuti, dozen, 73&80t; nvf almonJt, IS
j ftluo.
feed, i ltee Golden, 0-lb. boxen, 68cj
j l ib. package, 8c; Fard., 131b. boxe,
123.50s rolled. l24.flOiff23.SO,
Ifar-VaUer timothy. $0.50(810.50: i 11 40 bo1'
Eastern Oregon. $13 50(314; clover, BenSmll white, 4; large white,
$8.500, cheat, J037 alfalf. $10. 3e' pink. T-f bayou, 4 3 4cj Llmaa,
Mllhtuffa-MlddHnif. $25(3.20i ehon.!07,8! Mexican n-iie, oc,
$10; bran, $1718; ahorta, $18(10
Flour -Hard w h at patent, $3.85;
etralght, $3.40; graham, $3,50; rye, $5;
whole wheat (tour, $3.78; Valley flour,
$3.30f?3.45; Dakota, $0.50(3755; Eat
em rye, $3.40; Pillebtiry, $020; Cor
vallia, $3.70.
Corn Whole, $24; cracker, $23 per
ton.
Rye $1.80 per cwt.
IJuckwhcat-f.1fl per ton. t
Grain bag Foreign and domestic, 7c
each.
Produce.
Figa-White, lb., 6l0o; black, 8(g7c.
Pickled gooda-Pickled plga' feet, 1
barrela, $3; 1-4 barrela, $2.75; 15 lb.
kiU, $123; pickled tripe, 1-barrela, $3;
1-4 barrel, $2.75; 13 lb. kite, $155;
jdckled pig' tongue, 1 barrela, $0.00:
14 barrel, $3; 151b. klU, $U0; pick
led Iambi' tongue, 1-barrcla, $9; 1-4
barrela, $3.80; 131b. kita. $2.78.
lard Kettle-renderexl, tierce, 10lc;
tub, 10 5-Scj 80. 105-8ci 20. 103-4c;
10, lie; 6, 988c. SUndard pure,
tierce, 014c; tub, 97-8c; 80a, 97-8c;
20. 0 8-8c; 10. 101-4c; 5, 101-Bc.
Comoundi, tierce, Cjej tuba, 03 4c;
Butter Fancy creamery, 25o lb.; city j Compound, tierce, Cle; tub, 63-4c;
creamery, 25o; dairy, 13elfllcj atore, jB0, 0 3-4e; 8. 73-8c.
I41f?15e; Eastern creamery, 27130c; ! Sauage Portland ham, I41o per lb.;
butterfat, 25(27lc, , j minced ham, 10c; Summer, choice dry,
Cheee Young American, 10c; Ore-; l"ic; bologna, long, 61c; wlcnerwurat,
gon full cream, 18c 8c; liver, Sc; pork, 0c; blood, 8c; head-
l"gga Freh Oregon ranch, 10c ! cheese, 121c; bologna aaueage, link, 41e.
Poultry Old rooster, 8(g0c; hena, ! Rfllin I-ooe Muecatela, 3-crown,
121c13c; Spring, 14515c; broil. r, 7Jc; 2-crown, 7c; bleached ped!e Sul
lSglOc; droied chicken, I3131e; ana, 7(5'12c; unbleached aeedlc' Sul-
geee, live, 0f01c; dreied, ll(?lllc;
turkeya, live, 1413e; dreed, 10(?17c;
ducka, old, 12(513c; Spring duck, 15$ 'crown, $2.
10c; pigeon, per dozen, $1.00(3:1.25; Dried fruit Apple, evaporated, 12lc
tanaa, 7c; London layera, 3-crown.
whole boxe of 80 pound, $2.10; 2
LIrittock Market,'
Caltlt Bet iteera, $3.75(24; cow,
$3.00(3.28; oalvet, $3.004,7S.
f)heep-$5.75(S$0.00, larab, $55.60.
. Hog $3.75(E0.OOj light tog, $5
8.28.
Wild Game. '
Jack rabbit, $22JJ0 dozen,
Sugar, aack bl Golden
$3.03;
Fretb Meat and Fiah.
Freh meat Veal, email, 7H8c;
large, 4l51c pork, 718c; beef, bull,
21(fj3c; cow, 314lc; ateer, 4i5c;
mutton, 881c; lamb 091c.
Chmi Hardahell, per box. $2.00; rat
or clama, $2,00 per box.
OytM Shoalwater Bay, per gallon,
$2.25; Olympla, per ack, $8.25; Eaatern
transplanted, $1.60 per 100.
Fih Crab, per dozen, $1.60; Shoal
water Bay oytter, per tck, $4.00;
ytr, gallon, $2.25; halibut, 7c; black
cod, 7c; ba, per lb., 18c; herring, Sc;
flounder, Sc; catfUh, 8c; Iobtera, per
lb., 121"; allver mlt, 6c; ahrimp, 10c;
pi rch, 8c; turgeon, 8c; tea trout, 121c;
black baa, 25e; Columbia River, eteel
head, Oc; Columbia River amelt, 3c;
Clilnook almon, 0c.
Hope, Wool, Hide, Etc
Grain beg Calcutta and domeatlo,
To.
aquaba, $2.503.00.
Honey Dark, 104 lie; amber
13c; fancy white, 1415c.
Frulti and Vegetables.
Applea-flreen, 78$258.
Pear $1 1.60 box.
Grape fruit Crate, $33.5'J,
' Cranbcrriea $14 per barrel.
Tropical frulta Lemona, fancy, 13.50;
vholce, $3.00 per box; orangea, HH($
$3.00; banana, 60 per lb.; pineapple,
$4.503.00 per dozen.
Potatoea Per aack, 6075o for fancy,
8050o for Inferior tock, In country;
Jobber' price, 6080c per 100 pounds;
turnip, 7300o ack; cabbagr, par IOC
lb., $1.752.00; colery, dozen, 75(00c;
oniona, 73c$1.00 In country; iobber'
price, $1.001.25; beet, $1 per aack;
carrota, 75o per lack; garlic, 10c; aweet
per pound; aundrlcd, eacka or boxe
12 ; none; apricot, ll12Jc; peachei, 10(31
11c; pear, none; prune, Italian, 61
Cle; French, 31c; fig, California blacka
5 3-4c; do white, none; Smyrna, 20c
plum, pitted, Oc.
Cereal food Rolled oat, cream, 00
lb. ack, $6.75; lower gTade. $3.25
$0.28; ontmeal, tecl cut, SO-lb. acka.
$3 bale; 10-lb, tacks, $4.28 per crate;
oitmcal (ground), 60-lb. aack, $7.50
per bale; 10-lb. ack, $4 per bale; eplit
pea, $4.50 per 100-lb, ack; 25-lb.
boxe, $1.15; pearl barley, $4.78 per 100
lb.; 25-lb. boxes, $1.25 per box; pastry
flour, 10-lb. lack, $2.50 per bale.
Canned almcm Columbia River, Mb,
tall, $1.85; 2-lb. tails, $2.50; fancy, 1
lb. (lata, $2.00; 1-lb. fancy flat, $155;
fancy Mb. ovals, $2.78; Alaska tails,
pot a toe, $2.25(5.2.50; red pcppei.i, dry, ping, 00c; red, $1.45; nominal, 2s, tall,
20c; hot-houe lettuce, $1.60 box. Call- $2.00.
TIDE TABLE, APRIL
High" Water.
Date.
SUNDAY ...... 1
i-onday 2
Tuesday 3
Wednesday .v.., 4
Thursday 6
A, M
h.m
6:07
0:05
7:15
8:28
0:371
L I P.M.
ft. I h.m. I ft.
Low Water,
Date.
"7.5I 0:20
A. M.
h.m. j ft.
P. M.
h.m. I ft.
7.3
7.1
7.1
7.4
Friday 010:377 8
Satiiruny 7
SUNDAY 8
Monday 0
Tuesday 10
Wednesday ,.,..11
Thursday 12
Friday 13
Saturday '14
SUNDAY , . .
11:30
0:03
0:42
1:22
2:02
2:45
3:32
4:25
JVlonday ,,,...,.101
Tuesday 17
Wednesday 18
Thursday 10
Friday 20
Saturday .......21
SUNDAY 221
Monday 231
Tuesday 24
Wednesday 25
Tliursday , 20
Friday 27
SaturdflT 1 28
SUNDAY . ......291
12:20
1:10
2:00
2:501
3:44
4:44
5:50
.151 6:251 8.117:031
8.2
8.0
9,0
0.3
0.4!
0.4
0.1
8.7
7:40
8:62
0:60
10:4O
11:23
0:30
7:55
9:10
10:17
11:10
11:55
0:101
0:40
1:0ft
1:35'
2:04
2:33
3:08
3:45
7.01
7.3
7.3
7.4
7.0
7.0
8.2
8,3
8.4
8.4
8.3
8.2
8.1
7.8
8:18
0:23
10:10
10:50
11:37
12:35
1:12
1.47
2:23
2:50
3:38
4:17
8)04
6:00
6.8 SUNDAY .
6.0 Moniay .
0.2 Tuesday
0.8 Wednesday
7,4 Thursday 6
8.1 Friday 0
,.V Saturday 7
8.6 SUNDAY 8
8.6 Monday 0
8.6 Tuesday 10
8,1 Wednesday 11
7.7 Tfoursuyr ......12
7.2 Friday 13
111:55 1.4 I
if! ' j?I : 11 i l
2 :(!!
..31 1:10' 4.1
... 4 4:42 3.(1
0.8
6.7
0.0
7.2
7.5
3:52
4:47
6:31
0:18
7:03
7:50
8:38
0:28
10:22
11:22
Saturday 14
SUNDAY 15
Monday 10 0:50)
0
3.4
2.0
1.7
0.01
0.3
.0.1
-0.4
0.4
0.3
0.0
3.Vi
.171 2:Hi 3.0
Tuesday
Wednesday 181 3:28
7,8 Thursday . . . . 10 4,32
8.1 Fri.loy 20 5:10
... Saturday 21 6:02
ff.7 SUNDAY 22 0:40
7.0 Monday 23 7il5l
7.4 Tuesday .24! 7:471
7,1 Wednesday 25 8:17
6,0 Thursday 20 8:45
6.7 Friday, ....27 0:15
6.8 Saturday .281 0:151
6.4 SUNDAY 201Q.32
3.1
2.5
1.0
1.6
1.0
0.8
0.0
0.5
0.5
0.5
Ml
0.71
3:13
4:12
6:03
5:50
0:33
7:171
8:03
8:50
0:37
10:31
11:351
12:27
1:4W
2:4S
3:50
4:43
3:31
0:10
0:47
7:21
7:50
8:17
8:451
0:10
0:63
10:42
14
1.4
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.7
0.7
0.0
1.3
1.8
2.3
2.0
3.4
Oj.3
0.0
0.8
0.9
1.1
1.3
1.4
1.7
2.1
2.5
2.8
3.1
3.4
3.7
3.0
4.0
Wool-Valley, 227 l-Se; .tern
Oregon, 1 8 (2 20c. "
Tallow Prime, per lb, 38 J 4c; No.
t and grease, t2 1-to.
Hop Choice, 10llc; prime, 09C.
Wool-Vlley, 2fl27Je; Eatern Ore
gon, 1820c; nomlnaL
Tallow Prime, per lb., 33Jc; No. 2
and greiae, 2(2ic
Hide Dry bide, No. 1, 16 lb, and up,
IS lb., 131$161c per lb.; dry calf, No. 1
10(l7o per lb.; dry kip, No. 1, 6 to
unde; 6 ll., 1718cj ary salted, bull
and ataga, one third Icee than dry flint
(cull, moth-eaten, badly cut, scored,
murrain, hair-slipped, weather-beaten or
grubby, 23c per lb. lea); salted hides,
teera, aound, 00 lb, and over, 8(3 10c per
lb.; 60 to 00 lbs., 8 l-2r9c per lb.; unler
60 lb, and cowa, 89o per lb.; salted
(tag and bulls, sound, 60 per lb.) salted
kip, sound, 18 to 30 lbs., 9e per lb.; salt
ed Teal, aouoJ, 10 to 14 lb, 9c per lb.;
aalted calf, aound, under 10 lb, lOo per
lb. (green, uuaalted, lc per lb. lets; culls,
lo per lb. less). Sheep giant: Shear
lings, No. 1 butchers' stock, 2830e eacb;
short wool, No. 1 butchers' stock, 40
SOo each; medium wool, No. 1 butchers'
stock, 60(2 80c; long wooi, No. 1 butchers'
stock, $1.00(3 1.50 eacn Murrain pelta,
from 10 to 20 per cent lea, or 12 14c
per lb.; hunw hides, salted, each, accord
ing to sice, fl.602.00; dry, each, ac
cording to size, $1.60; colts' hides, 23
60c each; goat akina, common, 10I5c
each; Angora, with wool on, 25c $ 1.50
each.
Mohair Choice, 3033e.
Feathers Ocee, white, 33 (g 40c;
geese gray or mixed, 25 30c; duck,
white, 1620c; duck, mixed, 1215c.
Oil and Lead.
Coal oil Pearl and astral oil, case,
201c per gallon; water white oil, iron
barrela, 15c; wood barrela, 171c; extra
atr case, 25c; headlight oil, 175 de
grees, casea, 231c; Iron barrels, 171c.
(Washington State test burning oils,
except headlight, lo per gallon higher.)
jtenzine Mxiy-three degree, cases,
22c; iron barrela, 171c. .
Turpentine In cases, 80s; in wood
barrels, 80c; in iron barrels, '83c; in 10-
case lota, 880.
iLnseed oil Raw, 6-barreI lots, 66c;
1 -barrel lots, 67c; in caeca, 62c; boiled,
barrel lots, 58c; 1 -barrel lots, 69c; in
cases, 64c.
Gasoline Stove gasoline, cases, 241c;
iron barrels, 18c; 80 degrees gasoline,
cases, 22c; iron barrels or drums, 20c.
Rope Pure Manila, 14!c; standard,
131c; Sisal, lie; Isle brand Sisal, 93c.
Wire Nails Present base at $2.70.
Lead Strictly pure white lead' and
red lead, in tons, 7o; 800-lb. lots, 81c;
less than 600 lbs., 8o.
HOW
FOR
A NICK
DAINTY ,
LITTLE PIECE OF
CHINA
A CHINA TEA POT, CH0C0
LATE POT, CUP AND SAUCES
OS 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
(26 Commercial Street, jUtorl
THE
tr. C. GEE W0
m iVedicine Co.'
Z&2 rormeny locatdi
Aider Street; for the
pacinve ycArs,UAJ
MOVED into the
large brick building
ner of First end Morrison Streets. En
trance No. 162 Front 8t.
VA
Successful Home Treatment
Dr. C. OEB WO Is known throughout tb
OuIUnI Sutton, and 1 called lh (irt ObineM
Ijoclor 00 account of bl wonderful cure
without the aid ol knife, without ualng
polnonordrUKtofanr kind. He treat any
and all dlnrmtm with powerful orleiiUl rorU
iK-rbn, hark, and vegetable that are un
known to medical cifoM In this country,
and through the use nf theae barmle reme
dle he Kuurantee to cure
Catarrh, Asthma, Lunj Trouble, Rhaumttiim,
NcrvowsntM, Stomach, Uver, Kidney, Pcmak
WeakncM and all Chronic Dseatc.
Call or write, encUwInc it-cent (tamp for
mailing book and circular. Addrwtn,
Tht C- Oe Woo Chine Medicine CoH
No. 161 1-2 pint St, S.E. Cor. MotHm..
Mention this Portland Or (on.
SWOLLEN VEIHS
SPRAIHS'STRAINS
Cured by our Hand Woven
Elastic Bands and Stock
ings. 1i Over-fatness and
weaknesses relieved by
our Abdominal Belts
Wrttt for blanks n4 book. ' '
W00DARD, CLARKE & CO.
PORTLAND, OREGON
ml
a i
1
ASK ANY
TRAVELER
and he will
tell yon tbe
1 1I
Electric Lighted.
! the"Crick Train of tbem all for
COMFORT and ELECANCt-
Te ticket office at Portland is at
255 Mormon St., Cor. 3d,
A. D. CHARLTON,
Assistant tleneral Pvfsenger Agent.
PORTLAND, OREGON.
SAN FRANCISCO &
PORTLAND S. S. CO-
Fare Including berth and meals, $15;
Round-trip, 2h.
Steamer Leaves Astoria for San
Francisco Every 5 Days.
Connects at San rancisco with Rail
and Steamer Lines for South,
em Cal 'ornia.
O. Vi. KOIJKUTH, Agent.
Astoria, Oregon.
A. O. D. KERRETJU
Gen. Pas. AQn
San Francisco, (
"THE MILWAUKEE" ;M
.'Tionner tlmited," 8t. Paul totChl
caflos "Overlancf ' Limited," Omaha t
Chicago; "Southwest Limited," Kanaa
City to Chicago." "";' ;;"'-;
, Ko train in the service of any rail
road In the world equals" In equipment
that of rhe Chicago, Milwaukee ft St
Paul Ej Th-y own and operate their
own sleepir.p and dining cars and give
their pitron an excellence of service
not obtainarola elewher. . , (, (J
Berths In tholr !ecpers are longer
higher and wider than In similar cart
on any other line. They protect theif
trains by toe Block System. II. S.
Rowe, General Agent, 134 Third street,
Portland, On. ,"' - , -
Througb '
SALT LAKE CITY, COLORADO
SPW5GS, DENVER
Stop-Over Privileges Granted.
Choice of Routes East of Colorado
Points.
For Illustrated Phamphleta Ple
turrng Colorado' Beautiful Scenery
writ
W. C. McBKIDE, Gen. Agt
114 Third Street POSTLAIID, OS.
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
Devil's Island Torture
I no worse than the terrible case of
Piles that afflicted me 10 years." Then I
was advised to apply Bucklen'a Arnica
Salvo, and less than a box permanently
cured me, writes L. S. Napier, of Rtigles,
Ky. Heals all wounds, Burns and Sores
like nmpric, 25c at Chna. Rogers, druggist.
THE MILWAUKEE
The Pioneer Limited " St Paul to Chi
cago. " Short Line "Omaha to '
Chicago. "South-West Limited " Kansas
City to Chicago.
No trains in tbe service of any rail
road in the world equals in equip
ment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee
ft St Paul Ry. They own and operate
their own sleeping and dining cars and
give their patrons an excellence of ser
vice not obtainable elsewhere.
Berths on their sleepers are longer,
higher and wider than in similar cars on
any other line. They protect their trains
by the Block system.
Connections made with all trans-continental
lines in Union Depot.
H. S. Rowe, General Agent, Portland
or 134 Third Street corner Alder.
r y $0!
BEGINNING FEB. 15, 1906 I j 1 1 flfifl ' ' , v r ,
; THROUG.H nJ
I I TOURIST f 1 I
I EVERY DAY DC THE YEAR J
U t SEATTLE and CHICAGO
r&jj ' via the J
) ID Great Northern Railway j
Si Tm rnmfnrt.M. TIT a. It If
jimmJ m M miiww . fin m ar
I Route of the famous Oriental Limited If
I 1 For detailed information, mtes, etc, call on or address I I
VXajC H. DICK30N, C. T. A,
laa TWra StrMt - PnrTanA fir. I 1
A Ticket
Means more than your mere
transportation if it is over
, COFFEE.TEA,
Sbo!wrPuiIfy, Rnesr Flavor,
CrcaresfSfreih.fi'Moittb!ePritf;i
CLOSSEiaDEYERS
r PORTLANC, OREGON.
It means that you will have
every laxury and comfort the
utmost courtesy from all employ
es a safe trip and one that will
be a pleasure and delight. It is
the
Short Line to
Chi car'o
AND BEST AS WELL.
Anything you wish to know
about comfortable traveling will
be gladly told by.
W. A. COX, Gen, Agent
153 Third St. . Povtland, Ore.
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 I 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 or reached 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.
IWWS!E
Astoria & Columbia River R. R C o
EFFECTIVE SBPT 18, 1905.
28
a.m.
8:15
8:35
8:36
8:46
8:46
8:55
3:58
I
9:12
9:18
9:25
'5:50fll:40
28 I 30 j 24
p.m.
0:10
6:11
6:25
6:261
6:39
6:40
1
7:03
7:11
7:20
a. m. p. ni.
7:00
8:101
9:03
9:24
10:35
12:05
12:10
12:301
22
a. m
8:00
9:101
10:05
10:26
11:35
11:351
11:55
11:55
p. m
12:14
12:21
12:30
Leave.
Arrive.
PORTLAND (Union Depot.)
leave. ' Goble. arrive
Clatskine Junct
Westport.
arrive ASTORIA 'eave
leave ASTORIA arrive
arrive WARRENTON leave
leave . WARRENTON arrive
. arrive Ft. Stevens .save
leave Ft. Stevens arrive
arrive WARRENTON leave I
leave WARRENTON leave
21
arrive
Clatsop,
Gearhart
SEASIDE
leave
la. tn.
11:201
10:10!
9:11
8:51
7:45
7:40
7:20
7:20
7:06
7:06!
:52
6:52
6:
:22
6:15
23 I 25
p. m.jp.ui.
9:50
8:40,
7:40
7:19
6:101
5:202:45
5:052:20
2:15
2:00
5:05
4:45
4:38
4:30!
Hi.,
10:4f
10:251
10:25
10:151
10:14
10:05
10:05
-I
9:45'
9:38
' 9:30
Sunday only.
Through tickets and close connection via. N. P. railway at Portland and
Goble, and O. R. & X. via. Portland.
Monday
,30 4:32
7.6I
6.3 Monday 3011:20
0.0
11:431
J. C. MAYO, G. F. and P. Agent