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THE DAILY ASTOkUAN, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, ltt'Jl
J. V. MARIBN SL- CO
Groceries, Meat and . . .
. . . General Merchandise
1602 FRANKLIN AVENUE
We meet all prices. Call
A Large Yariety of
Can anil See Onr Kotfcy High
School Walking Boot
At the Oil Reliable Stand-
John Hahn & Co.
4 479 Commercial St.
A. V. ALLEN.
Groceries, Feed, Fruits,
Cor.Tanth and Commercial street.
367 Commercial St
Chinese and Japanese Curios, Fine
Decorated China Ware, Silk
MArmfWtunrs of Ladies' and
Gent's Shirts Made to Order.
Bain; soigherly galea on coast.
Also all light
C. H. Orkwitz
Prices cut In two.
Let misfortune be a spur to greater
Try Schilling's Best tea and baking powder.
For Dress Goods, go to Dunbar's.
Fine cabbage for kraut at Rosa. Hlg
tins Co. 'a
At the bowling alley yesterday C. H.
Cooper scored 84.
Groceries at the lowest prices at th.
Pacific Grocery Co.
L. A. Ltoomis. of Ilwaco, was over yee
terday on a business 'trip.
Bicycle and repair shop at US Ninth
street Charges reasonable.
Ask for sample of Chose ft Sanborn's
famous teas, at Ross, Hlgg.ns Co.'i.
Our prices are the lowest in th. city.
Call and ae. us. Pacific Grocery Co.
We carry the best line of school
shoes in the city. Columbia Shoe
Umbrellas covered and repaired by a
practical workman, at 185 Ninth street.
Editor A. W. Bohn, of the Ilwaco
Tribune, called on bis Astoria friends
Ashland peaches cheep and good; also
a large supply of other fine fruits) at
Ross, Hlgglns & Co.
Contractor Robert Wakefield waa In
the cHy yesterday, and stopped with
Host Megler of th. Occident
is the cheapest beverage next
to The missing word
in this sentence is water.
What do you suppose is the
missing word in the following
sentence ? Schilling s Best tea
because they are money -back.
Schilling s Best is at groiW's
A Schilling ft Company
Suits to order,
from $12.50 P
PailtS to order.
from $3.00 "P
..FLYNN, the Tailor..
and see us and te convinced.
November Delineators at Dun
bar's. Ctt. William Rchfeld ha returned
from SVir.hom Oregon.
H. F. Jvshnson. of th. Lewis and Clark,
was in th city yesterday.
A. M. Armer and E. D. Seymour, of
Son Francisco, were visitors In the city
P. J. Meany. tb leading merchant
tailor, 1S7 Tenth St Th highest price
paid (or fur skins.
F. P. Kendall returned from the Sound
Sunday morning and spent the day at
hU Seaside cootag.
Judge Gray yesterday Issued paPr of
adaption of Myrtle Alice Iverson to
AmM Bryant and wife.
Go to the Parlor. successor, to C B.
Smith, for pure, sweet cream and fresh
creamery butter and buttermilk arery
A letter received from Walter 8toks,
who la now in business at Skaguay. gey
that town is all right, and business
Furnished room to rent, with good table
board, at reasonable rates, at Mrs. E. C.
Holden's, corner of Duane and Ninth
Samuel Brown. Jr.. of Boston, la ex.
pected In a few days to vtstt Astoria In
connection wfrh business matters of the
Flavel Land Co.
New, at Columbia Shoe Co.,
Laird, Schober & Co.'s ladies' fine
I This cool weather Induces one to a p.
predate the comforts of a hot-air stove,
j J. N. Laws has a superior article,
! which he is selling cheap.
At the special meeting of the council
this afternoon It is expected that another
step will be taker) in th matter of the
extension of Commercial street.
A carload of "Hot Blast" and 'Queen"
heaters received: latent improvements.
Do not buy before comparing quality
i and price. Fisher Brothers, sal. agent.
Seal, calfskin and crack-proof
calf winter shoes for ladies. Co
lumbia Shoe Co.
When you want a real llfe-Uke and
artUMlc photo, don't fail to can on Snod
grass. The work he Is turning out now
la ahead of anything ever made In As
"Vscue Temperance dub will open
their regular weekly meetings for the
winter next Saturday evening, October
13- A irood program is promised and all
ars invited to attend.
The merchants are still reaping the
benefit of th good roads made good by
the weather and have had a foretaste
of what things will be like
when good roads in all kinds of weather
will be tlw rule In Clatsop county.
Hawthorne Circle XV. O. W. will meet
in their new hall. Engine Co. No 1
building this evening. A housewarming
has been planned to which the members
of the W. O. W. and tthelr families have
Mr. James Stokes, who has Just re
turned from a hunting trip on the
Siletz, brought back a large lot of ducks.
He says game Is very plentiful there,
and that sea fishing Is flne sport Splen
did rock cod, the large green bellied
cod, grouper?, and clams of all kinds are
to be had In abundance. It Is the poor
man's country, sure enough.
E. Weimen, a carpenter, while working
on the new Carruthers building on
Twelfth stredt yesterday, sustained a
serious injury. In attempting to descend
a Wider Ufm the second story of the
building h- ksg his balance and fell to
the ground, a distance of about 16 feet,
r.rlking on his head, which was badly
cut. TWo ribs were broken, one punc
turing the lung, which maks his case
a crit'.oal one. Dr. Bstes has charge of
Perhaps the handsomest exhibit yet to
be placed In the rooms of the Astoria
Progr-swlve Commercial Association
is ifhat one Just finished by Cribble
& Smith. It .'s a center-piece fountain
seven feet high with a 6 foot basin, every
bit of which is home made and a good
sample of the work of the firm. Just
above the fountain will le a cluster of
electric lights. Weeks of hard work have
been spent in making this exhibit which
has cost nearly 20i).
Dent's Gloves in nil new shades
A number of bicyclist visited Knapp
Sunday, on their wheel.
Sunday the wt earner O. K. picked up
a ship's anchor near Hand Island,
The Rider yesterday had as part of her
cargo a lot of salmon from the Yes ay
F. J, Haak and wtfo were down from
IVrlfcind yesterday and stopped at Ih
rvlng post O. A. U. will hereafter
hoM Its mwiintrs In th hull of Astoria
Kiurln house No. 1.
Mr. F. J. Armstrong, superintendent
of the City and Suburban Strwt Kail,
way. of Portland, spent Sunday In As
toria. C. O. Palmberg, the leading contractor
and builder. 1 prepared to do all kinds
of Jobbing and building work; Duane
Watson Binder, Joe Hall. Sam Hansen,
Kd Heed, Jens Hansen, of Ft. Stevens.
sixth Sunday in the city and were guests
of nhe Parker house.
Clams, cmhe. craw.flsh. Estern oys
ters tn shell and Shoulwwter bay oysters
are what you ge at the Fitock. Oysters
S cents a pint. Open till 1 a. m. Oppo
Mellowed by ge-dellchua as a drink
Is Cyrus Noble Whiskey. It Is the only
American whiskey of international rep
utation. It Is never bottled until aged
six years In cask.
The bte ad. of the Star Grocery Store
In Sunday's elttlon has caused much
comment throughout the city, and has
the appenrnnee, tt Is siUd. of metrotsil
Itan style of doing business.
The Western Vnlon TVIegmph Com
pany have a force of men at work,
whloh Is rapidly buiUUng the new tele
graph line east of the city along the
railroad grade. Before another winter
Is here It is prohnhle that there will be
an up-to-date telegraph line between
Portland and Astoria.
A visitor In the Nehalem valley, who
has Just returned, my he was struck
wtth the flne crop of hops raised this
season, and says It Is one of the coming
staple of that region. They also have
a fine cattle country, and by turning the
wheat and turnips they raise Into bacon,
can re 10 cents a pound for their pro.
dure. Home-made Oregon bacon Is far
sweeter and better than the Imported,
and will compare with the celebrated
Irish home-made bacon, which brink's
such high prices on the London and New
Tork markets. In the NVhnlem Is plenty
of maple wood, which Is Just the thrng
for smoking the meat.
The O. R. & N. Alaska stenmer dwrge
W. Elder arrived from tho north yester
day. She anchored In the strenm off the
O. R. A N. dock, because Captain Jena-n
said that on his lust trip h-re he wh
advised by thP colleotor of ctwoms not
to tie up to the dock. whn coming from
a forHcn port, until after Inspwtors hd
boards! the ship. The Kbler hailed from
Nanaimo -his trip, hnvlnjr taken a lot
of coul on there, so did not go to the
dock at all. having nelrher freight or
passengers for Astoria. Besides the rer
ular passenger list she brought down 40
Chinamen who have been working fur
the season In Alaska canneries and be
long In Portland. There wns no news
of Importance from the gold fields. After
making some repairs in Portland the
Elder will make another trip to Alaska,
remaining on the run all winter.
Mr. H. C. Thompson received a tele
gnun yesterday afternoon from Oakland,
announcing the death of his father. Rev.
Lewis Thompson, tn that city. Rev.
Lewis Thompson was the first Presby
terian minister who came to Oregon, hav
ing crossed the plains In I&4.". Aboiw ir,
years ago, he retired from the active
ministry and removed to Oaklnanil, Cal
ifornia, where he hns since resided. At
the lime of his death he was In his
S7fh year. He leaves surviving him a
With American's Best
GREAT AMERICAN IMPORTING
o71 Commercial Stroet
Free Wheels to hoys, girls, pr.-n-tlemen
Wheels rail easy to get with our
Tens, 20c, 25c, 30c, 85c, -10c, 50c
per pound; Coffee, 1 5c, 20c, 25c,
jOc, 35c, 40c pr r pound; .Spices,
10c, 15c, 20c, 25c per can.
Wheels F ree as good Wheels
as money can buy.
widow ami fvmr llxtng ohtMrcn. HI
lUughtvr, Mary TlHmpsm. who made
hor home -with h parent, and Mrs.
Chptaln Woodsldo, sf 8m Fiiuiouk,
wetv with htm when he died. One of his
sons, K. P. Tltotiipeon, is n re:dent of
CMorado, nud Tt, C Tluwon, bis other
svut. s ttrxMillncitt buslueM ntan, one of
ttiot e-lKn dinr and the present
owiinly treivsurel. Th telegram nvelved
by Mr. Thtioion gavo no details as to
ttw amiiKments for tha ftmoriil, but as
ft 1 prcmmtcd it will Inka pine Inline,
dlntely. Mr. Thoimwun will N unable to
nrmnge bis nius business affairs In
tlni la nttemln.
Howling during tho vst week has
been unusimlly active. The Astoria
players were eWantly rntertnlinM on
Hie oeiNislon of their IVrtland trip, nnd
a msgnltlceiit lnitiot was given tlirm
by the Oregvn Road CluK The giune
were a great sih.v.-a, and thoroughly
enjoyol by all the mom!ers of the vis
iting team. The mombers of the As
toria FottxU Club are very anxious to
have tho clubs play a return tnaleh in
Astoria, and tt Is very pu.s'hte a ladles
tivun from the iiregxm Koad tlub will
play here. The Manhatten K.un.'s for
the Wise trophy r s-nlKmen. and the
lAor trophy for bullcM i-aimisl no end
of lnten-t. M. M lh-ken wn from
scratch the Manhatten imme with a
grand score of 1 pins, and an average
of M. I- P. llurroughs IhiwI well
with an average of 444. Mrs. It K.
Pmel carried off the ladles' trphy wtlh
an Mwrngw of ,. The club monthly
tMWIIng tournament for the sold medals
iw held by Mrs. il. t. Kulroii and V.
C. tws. commence with tho ladlra (V
tober !th, entrliti cl.Klng with Mrs.
Ounn. tVtober l!th. nt 4 p. m. The gen
tlomen l'wl. on tV'tober S!h. Kntrlrs
tiloe with handlMinlng ixMitmltti-e.
Messrs. Trenchanl arl Astbury. 0to.
ber !lt. at la p. m. The rutrlew must
lo made before the time set as the
committee ha decUled not to receive any
entries after the time set ftr rinsing.
THE OLD WAY
Of Tmittng Dyspepsia and Indigestion
by Dieting, a Hurtwirous an.)
Wo say the old way, but really It Is a
wry common one nt the present time
and many dyspeptic ard physicians na
well, consider the first step to take In
attempting to cure Indigestion Is to dirt,
either by selecting certain food and re
Jectlng other or to greatly diminish th
quantity usually taken. In other wr1
the starvation plon is by many upposs
to be the first essential.
The almost certain failure of the star
vation cure for dy-pela has been pro
vn time and ngnln. but still the mo.
men dyspepsia make Its apprarnm-w
course of dieting Is nt once advised.
All this Is rndlnilly wrong. It Is fool
ish and unscientific to rsxmmend .li-t.
Ing or stwrvntinn to a man suffering
from dyspepsia because Indlirestlon It
self starves evvry organ nd every nerve
and every fibre In the body.
What the dyspeptic wants 1 abundant
nutrition, which means plenty of good,
wholesome. welU-ooknl food and some
thing to nsslst the weak etotrsu-h to ill
gest It. This Is exactly the purpose for
whl.-h Stum's Pyp.pnl i Tabl.-ts are
adapted nnd this Is the method by which
they cure the wort cases of dyspepsia.
In other wor.ls the putl-nf eats plenty of
whob.ime food and Stuart's Dyspepdn
Tablets dleest it f,,r him. In this way
the syst.-m Is nnurMhe.1 Rn,) (he over,
worked stomach reeled, became the tab.
lets will dltrnt th. fwd whether the
stomach works or not. One of thete
tablets will digest J.f""! grains of me
Tour druggist will Ml you that Stu
art's Dyspepsia Tablets Is the pnre.t
and safest remedy sold for stomach
troubles and every trial make one more
friend for this excellent preparation.
Sold at 50 cents for full siiM pnekag
at nil drag stores.
A little book on stomach diseases
mallei free by addressing fltunrt Co..
Ducks and gee.. nr.i vry plentiful on
the lake nnd crveks, but they are rather
wild, having been chas-d from one pl.ice
o another so much by Astoria's would
The temperance principle, of our town
hns been shocked beyond relr this
WM-k. cause by the arrival of several
of th. tanks u-d In Kop old lrowery,
which will m useil for water nw.
Quito nn Interest h ixlng manifested
here over the propos-d county bridge
aprons Young's Ray. Thait Is a matter
which should Interest every citizen on
the west sli. as well as every business
man in Astoria.
Plasterers are at work this week on
the new store building of D. K. Warren.
The lower floor, which hn t.-en fin
ished, h now being lathed and plastered
and as soon as ready, shelving and
counters are to be put In. preparatory
to putting In a large stock of goods.
Warrenton I one of the healthiest
place we know of. There has been two
doctors her., for some time, but one of
them leaves for the Ka-t soon, nnd the
other for th., valley. After that It will
lie "agin'- the law for any one In our
berg to tranirpess to sie-h an extent that
"h-" would require, the attention of an
TO CURE A COLD IN ONR DAY
Take Laxative Rromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It falls
to cure; 2V. For sale by Charles n .g-rn
THE OBJKCTIO.V NOT OOOD.
Th';re are people who have objections
to advertising matter In the columns of
a newspaper. The ground of objection
Is that they do not want to rend ad
vertisements. Now this objection Is not
good, for oftentimes these advertise
ments convey valuable Information.
For instance, how else would the trav
eling public learn of the excellent, din
ing car service of the Wisconsin Cen
tral lines between St. Paul and Chicago,
or the general comfort of traveling over
this popular line. For particulars call
on the? nearest ticket agent or addr--s
J. C. Pond, a. P. A., Milwaukee, wis,
or Geo. S Batty, General Agent, 246
Stark street, Portland, Or.
Man on application.
Thirty hutili-rs wbo visited Clatsop
pbUiw Sunday relurne.1 enity liuiidil.
Ale llllcrl swm yrsterlay In the
city, returning to Seaside In the evening.
tVntractor Norinlle villi finish lloml
street Stiturtay evening, then KHk otit
for lad weather.
Mr. (i.m, M. Carey, time keeer nt Ihe
Kmtppn rallrd htsidnimrter. spent
Sutiil.ty In the city.
The town Is full of new talking mi
chine put thorn all t.-oili.-r and they
wuld euiil an old lady's (cu Mrty
The wvtk of caulk'ivg flw decks of
lightship No. W was comnu cei-.l yest, r
ihi)' aintllw vessel itll Iw duman!led
and placed ui'ii the wiy at the Smith
It I imported )kit A large kd of i-il
I on tho way down the tivrr to tw UM-d
at Flawl In cooling the llraemar. the
Hret of the now . It. A N. CtUim team
ers. hl h Is etwtel to arrive any day.
Mr. H F. (mixnr. iuie of the attorneys
of the O. II. A N Co., was dwMit from
Porthind yeetenlay and at the ml" of
prosrty made by Chief Hallock b'd II
In for the company t the amount of the
dannige nnd costs n mn wi-d for the Ctuti.
n-naal tni-t ,.gtenion
A new lnlutry ha been started 'n
IVrtland that of imtprcsxlng vegetables
Into barrel for ue In the Yukon. The
ptSss-s t slinltiir t that of making silo
for nn'.mals. nnd the b)ect I to put
fresh viirvtabhs Into us smalt a apace
a eibli to save eense In shipping
an1 utsii to nM In ttMr preeervatton.
The Mansantfo, yesterday flll.-d her
bunkers ailh va and t.lay w.ll lake
on supplt' at th,. trtmy HtatKm tirvfHira
frwy ti making hr ft ret trip to sea
Wednesday, w'bin she will laud the an
nuuj wiwle at 'nilunesik n'k 4 Ik lit
house and change th 'bls(llng buoy off
Ir. Adair and Mr. Walt lugails upent
yt!enl,iv nt S'nsido tlitaln'ng sliftut
turm to tl -tlihn tv the bridge which
It 1s Ute.l tho iiMinty i-ourt will author
io birtHing ui-nei Young's buy. They
sin ded In gelling the; s'gnature of
nitrly every p-rsn tn Sealdo and that
vicinity. It. Adair s.iy there Is muh
enthusiasm for the porb-ct there ami
every effort will h -xrt.s to make II
. a go. If po tile.
' The funer.il f the late Mrs. 8. E.
Wright vi take place from Wtinvnton
1 tomorrow. Tlie stean-r llanthorn le.ive
AsB'nriik f r the r-ismniolatl.in of nil
who lelro to utti-nd. at 9 ' from the
ol. llumo .fis k. iiiul the Interment w'll
Im at Creenwissl . Mrs. Wright hoves
"hr-e duUKhlers and I wo none, vis. : Mrs.
, Clmpmun. of llwncti: Mrs. IJ.Iwi-ll and
I Mrs. John Lacy, of this city; Mr. W.
i). Wright, of i iswegn, in-eipm; ana Mr.
P. K. Wright, arso of this city.
On June Si wheat iod at 3c. It has
since sold at $1,034. Different., 3V,
or $.1,975 on lO.Ouo bushels. $100 would have
made this amount by our system of Joint
Investment accounts since June 2. Why
not try this system and Increase your
Income? Amounts of $20 and upwards
Our lnfnrv.atlon Is of such a character
and from such source as to make It en
tirely reliable. Write for partleulari. J.
O. Knowlton A Oo., grain brokers, 32
California street, San Francisco.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONB DAY
Take Laxative Rromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It falls
to cure- 26c. For sale by Charles Rng ors.
Report of tho Condition
First National Bank
At Astoria. In the state of Oregon, ut the close
of Inclines, October .", IHU7.
liansanil nlwoiuits .l'jn,MH
Overdrafts secured and unsecured.,.,... 6,l(jn NJ
I'. S. liomlii to enire circulation.- 12 jam OO
Pr-i"iiiiii mi 11 s. boml l.nio)
Stocks, securities, eU! t;m 't
Other Ileal h.sistn and JlortKuKei
Owned I,147 83
line from national banks (not reserve
agents) Ih.kiO h
Due from slate banks awl bankers 24.7'M 77
line from approved reserve agent HM,,'M 17
.'hecks still other esh Items IW (X)
Notesof other national banks in IK)
Nickel smiI cents 'Ml!
I.AWrt;!. MOMBT KCHKHVE I.M MAWk, VlZt
Srt-cle $7H 470 (10
lgl lender nole I,.'i 7K.IB2 00
Ueileinptlon fuinl with IJ, H. Treasurer
(.ipeieeiii.iifelreulalloii) W2 W
Total a47vl7(l 75
Capital loek paid I I M.O00 00
Kiiriilu. fiiml . lo.MOU UO
l.'riiilviited profit le ex-
ieiie al.d Uxe psl'l..,H 07, .VW 04
National hank nob s out-
standing MM 00
Due to Ktate Hunk nnd
Hanker iaf f
Individual ili poult sub
ject to cheek rAOl W
be in ml certificates of de
port 44,IM M- i,K.5 8S
O rlllled checks 1" "0
Total I7.370 75
Sla'e o' iiregnn, I
Ci.iinl) of f ilaisop, f " '
I. s, s. Conlou, cashier of Hie above named
lei ,.. do ...li i.iiiiv 've:ir rluit Ih above state
ment Is true to the best of my knowledge and
belief. S S. (ilil(DON,('aliler.
Subscribed ami sworn tola-fore rue this Mb
dn v nf icloher, lhW7,
PA1. : H. THOMSON,
fjorreet Attest :
W. M. LA DO. 1
J ii HATHORV Directors
JOI'N A. iJfcVUX, '
THE CENTER..0F DEVELOPMENT
ON THE WEST SIDE
Everybody Knows that Warrenton values will soon be
doubled, It is distinctly the best property
on the market.
.Fine large level lots, surrounded by many Improvements,
at very low prices.
Is It not a fine Investment?
l!fn1 1?) apt
WANTBI- trnpler and silknr to
work on rallnsid. Apply at rm 4.
Flavel Hlrnk. .
Ft lit RENT -Furnished fnmt ruum Hh
tire. Cntilrnl it1on. Iiiijulrs at As
FO'l HICNT-FurnlslnHj room., an
suite or single, by the day or mttnth.
Motel Tig he, under .utlre new nutnag
tneut. tlreat reduction In rates. Mrs
G. V. IVrter, manager. C. rievsnt
C. C. IIUOWEIL
ATTOUNET AT UW,
Qundenson Hull. ling.
II. T. C ROBOT.
444 Commercial sliswt
Chester V. Dolph. Richard Nil.
POl.l'H A N'lXON.
ATTORNET8 AT LAW.
Poiilsnd, Oregon. 14. 1. si4 W
llamlllon llulhllii All !! and sol
lection busln ss promptly attended t.
Claims against th government a pe
nalty. Dlt JAY TUTTLE.
rilYBICIAN AND 8L'UCiEON
Office, rooms t and I. Pythian build
um Cotiuncrclsl 8t, Residence same
Acting assistant surgeon V. 8. Ma
rine hospital service.
! J. Q A. IIOWLIIT.
j ATTORNET AND COUNSELOR
j AT LAW.
Office on Horn! street. Astoria. Or.
DR. O. B. E8TEH,
PHYSICIAN AND 8UROBON.
Special attention to diseases of womet
urflce over Dsnsigers store. Astoris
Telephone No. U.
DIl H. U IIENDEIWON.
Omce, Klnnry liulldlng. Astoria
7 to I a. m,; I to 1 and I to 7 p m.
Sprclul attenlon given to the treatment
of Diseases of the Eye Chronic Die
eases, and Surgery.
H. A. SMITH.
Room. 1 and I. Pythian Pulldlni
over C. II. Cooper', .tor.
JOHN T. LIGHTER,
Office, upstairs, Astorlan liulldlng.
TEMPLE LODOE NO. 7, A. F. anl
A. M. Regular communications held on
th first and third Tuesday evening ol
O. W. LOUNSI1KRRT. W, M.
V. C. HOLDEN. Secretary
. ..VIA . .
Library Car Route
AMERICA'S BCKNIC LINE.
The all-rail route to Kootenai mlnlni
district, via Beat tie and Hpokans
Shortest and Quickest Line
St. Paul. Minneapolis,
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Through Palace and Tourist
Sleepers, Dining and Library Obasrve
BSKKVICK AND HCKNI'.ltY UNKACiUKI.ED
For tickets and full Information call
on agent 0. R. & N. Co. or address
A. B. C, DENNISTON,
C. P. ft T. A., Portland. Or
R. C. STEVENS. O. W". P. A., Seattle,
BREHNER & HOLMES
Telopbon No. 02.
Special Attention Paid to Steamboat Re
pairing, First -class Horseshoeing, Etc.
Logging Camp Work a Speciality.
qivich ciioicK or
Via Spokane and St. Pad
Via Ogden, Denver and
Omaha of Kansas City.
Pullman and Tourist Sleepers
Free Reclining: Chair Ca
Astoria to San F'anclwo.
Miala of fullforti , Wnln..by. Oc.
I luls f
t'olitiitlilit, Moiefct), mil.il.-f Z
rliats of IVHfoml. ttntunlay, ifc-inU.
iNilomUa. Thursday, November 4
Htt of (illfrnla, Tuewtuy, Novum
tVlumtoa. Sunday. Soinl-r 14
. Stale ut Oillforu:. Friday, Suvn.uii
I Coluioliia. WnlneMlay, NovemlsT M.
State of California. Moiutey, Nmms
rr rat, and (retrai larenaatlaa aa
oej r address
O. W. leOCNBIIItnRT.
W. H. IIURI.nt'RT.
Osn. Pas Agt., Pnrllaad. Cm.
I THIS RAILWAY COUTANT
0ierati Its tra.ns on ttw famou. blo'fe
I Light Its trains by rloctrt. liy through-
j l'rs lh rolebralrd rbotrlc Wrth rd-
: Hun splendidly njulpi.e.1 psssengsr
! trains every day and alght between
I St. Paul and ( hi ego; tb.
CHICAOO, MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL
Also op era le sbxjii-hsaiod vssUbuled
trains, carrylnsj th. latest prlvats own.
part moot cars, l.brary buffst smoking
c-rs, and pals. . drawing room aleepsra.
Tarlor cars, free reclining choir car. aad
tits wry bast dining car service.
For lowest rales to any point In th
United States or Canada, apply to
Uokst agent, or address
C. J. EDDY. Oenersl Agt,
J. W. CASET. T. P. A.
ARB TOU OOINO EAST?
ARB TOU OOINO EAST 7
ARB TOU OOINO KAUTT
I). sure and ss that your
llcket reads Via
THE NORTH-WESTERN LINS
THE NORTH-WESTERN LINE
THE NORTH IVBTERN L1NB
1 HE NOPTH-W STERN l.INB
CHICAOO, ST. PAUL,
This Is the
OIIEAT SHORT LINK
DULUTH, 8AINT PAUL, CHICAOO
And all Points East and South.
Their Magnlflcont Track, Peerless Vsstl
bulod Dlruig and Slooplug Car
Trains and Motto:
"ALWAYB ON TIME"
Have given Uils rood a national reputa
tion. All classes of pas -ngers carried!
on thu vrsllbuled trains without extra
charge. Ship ynur freight and travel
Over this famous line. All agents hare
F. C. SAVAGE, T. F. and P. A,
W. H. MEAD, Oeneral Agent,
14 Washington St., Portland, Or.
riarble and (iranlte
inHOPF & MINAR,
K2I K. Morrlion at., Portland, Or
.AU, KINDS OK CKMHTKUY WORK,...
J. B. WYATT,
Phon No. 68 Astoria, Oregsa
PAINTH and OILS.
Sp.clsl Attsntioa Psld Is Supplying Iblp