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J Bulletin Board
Dr. oculo-opticlan, Eugene.
Old rptir fur sale at this oHIee.
Fre4 Goulet has W bring! i omt
Une fish the pst weott.
JohnCnoit had hit right foot injured
y h slick of wood falling on it Tuesday.
Or Oalrttoy, physician and surgeon.
The M. E. Church, of Mourn", retains
tl)i services 0 II. N. Round for the en
Rev. E, F. Zimmerman will occupy
the pulpit of the M. K. Church atllsr
rlebtirg and IIuUy for the coining year,
WfluJ tikoit on atthscrifdlon at, tlda of
At th conference of the M. E.chureb,
f'duili, Just cJ it. , II. 8. Hhsogle wu
iinniifiii'.l it) llarrlshurg.
Will Guff Kennedy In singing nil the
l.itftt and nesrest rmn song tkiina
fn. Itu i ltU tke Georgia Up-to-.Date
iv, J. II. Skldiaere, of OtfklanJ, Or.,
iiitt Unfit i'Miinuil pantorof the M. K.
tin thin ft!)' for tlm routing year, vie C.
T. Mctaer), who goes to University
New stork of goxlii just arrived at C.
Services at C. I. Chvsr.h next. Handay
ttitiniiuif and evening. I invito nil to
iome out and feed ut home.
J. D. fMSIKT.
Jiint arrived, freak hum and brcfcki
iA baron, ut llouetott'a. 1
Marfan county took first premium
county eshlblUi a the Hlale Pair, Linn
H:inJ, Washington third and Peulon
Up-to-date tuiuipUHi of Inter heads.
w iiug !in J mourning paper, visiting
ard, etc., at tlili office.
Lawyer Woodcock, of Eiyn lH.-ni.h-s
cxteuilvu practice, large farm html
Iik, pnme orcl.ur.l, hop yard and sum
mer resort, hi a 2,H00,'K)i foot loufrive
hi lu way lwa tka McK 'nie Kx.
Gotn MUMorn Bros, wketi in town
for jwur groceries etc.
The Christian Ciiurrh of this place
I nvlntf cmphyed L-oii i, if.Tit, to
tikn charge of tho eltiri-h th coming
year, he will rrmuii bb 6rl fcriiKHi
11 rut flundty in 0 I'iIht, and r?gti
: rl y ihcrwifi'T f.fry t'rt nd third
J.ord'n P.t ii m-fih.
Dr. Lfdif D. S'ri.Uh, 0l'.pnthlr
fiiynlriiiri, of rarnn, will muln retjular
iri lo Jiiinii.it) TiifxUy, Tlmrndiiy
it ii. I Sittur.l iy ikfrrtiooiiH f t'tick wtvk.
OiHcu iu Junction City ll'irt. IIirn
t . ut. to p. Kvcnliig hours by
Aiii'lli'T iihic lint of !km!I, luror
Mild nio-' ('.(uplctt; rt.M-k tlmii rvr, juH
mrrived at C. F. Hi'ui.iss. kt'i
n-nry l.twhut?'.! ban nhut down bin
fmil drit-r tfinjMimrily, an ho w tliroiiub
.I fnr pn ia ni rrtncrm'd. M may
clrl up ImWt on (or the applo crop. Jnnt
Jinv many Mind of prum-n wrt! pro
parj 1 for the m irkct wo wvre unable to
U'.irn, but J. A. H.if htu It mild he thought
h iiiu-wbcN.' U'iW(,' n '( and HO Iodh.
Mdlioru ltro. hivo h ibw n'u'o hKikirj;
fhinrwaro iln-y oro giving away to c-b
Junction Oitv'H public eIiool opened
Mniidny morning, with tt total enroll
tnmilof HS pupiln. I'rof. A. T. (ling
jjett, of IliUncy, ii J'rincipiil ; i lVnrl
Dnrfliu), of Iubol, flrnl itKuit-tant ; Mi)8
Pclbi MilliiMii.of Kut'oiH!, intiTinfdiatu ;
Mien Fanny Uriit;a, of Allmny, priniury.
All nro toacln'ra of ability, nnd n suea:s)H
ful yoiir can safely bo predicted.
Iho Klamath Fallfl Uepubliran, in t
flpeakinx of the liuckh-horry pnti h noai
Crater Lake, says: "The hnckkdii'rry
patch ia fix or eight miles square. It id
loaded with berries from one end to the
other, and not loa than 300 people are
thoro gathering them in. They come
from bII dlrectioim, and they are coining
and going all the time. Peer and boar
are in abundance."
I,. D. Moore, depot ngent, has the
agency for tho Troy Laundry of Port
land. Shipmenta every Wednesday
morning on the overland.
Kov. J. D. Sibort waa bo glad to get
back to Junction, after attending con
ference lit Albany, that ho forgot bis
valieo when bo got off the train. After
telegraphing down the road, the pro
perty Vvaa finally located and returned
to itn owner. It' is 'evident that Junc
tion contained more of Intercut to the
reverend gentleman's mind than tho vu
lino. . ,
Tho Heppnor flouring mill will soii
be ready to resume operations for a sue
ceaufut winter's n. The new maim
jer, W. L. Houston, orrivod from Jnnc-
tlon City lt we and Is now actively
engajjwl m nuking repairs, putting in
noma new machinery and getting the
mill Ii? Up Vp tfliajw for operation. The
new and experienced miller, Mr. C. J.
lihrinan, arrived tli5 first of the week,
1 from Junction City, and tho moat
Kiiui'fuufnl run I tho lilntory ut th mill
will likely be made this seanon.tx.
Call and e tho brand new and sty
linh walking Jtats jut received first of
the week at Mrs. J. A. fcllbbetU' fashion
Uev.C. T. Mcrtsersou and wife ar
rived fcome on Tuesday morning's over
land from Ashland, where they went to
attend the annual Conference of the M.
K. ofiurcli. It Is with deep regret that
the Kop)c of Junction City learn that
Met. VePherson will leave this city,
having Ixwn appointed to niiiiinurr to
lU spiritual welfare of the people of
lltiv. J. D. Hibert and family returned
Monday from Albany, where the annual
conference of the M. K. ehurcU, Soutii,
Km be'n in eefrsion. We are sure that
tire pMiple of Junction wUl lie plcaml
v larn that Hey, Filwrt hw inten as
mjnod to ihki city for another year. He
lias given nnivemal HatlKtMctlon as a
laiulsU'r, and ho and his family occupy
a warm pnt in the heart .! the citizens
C. F. Hurlburt is evidently bent on
kaving one of the prettiest residence
places in town. I lo has ju hu:lt a new
aMition on the west side, added a large
and commodlus bath room, with porce
lain tub and all conveniences, ftnj pUt
In a thorough system of rater pipes
throughout tho liouw. All the rooms
have been newly papered and repainted.
New oathuusea havo been built, and the
yard has been graded and sown iu grate.
Tomorrow (Friday) will bo opening
day at Mrs. J. A. B.bbetts millinery
parl.irs. The very latest and most ex
quisite creations iu ladies' headgear.
0. V. Weatherly, president and man
ager of the Weatherly Creamery Co.,
t'ortland, la In the city looking over tin
Held with the object of locating a crea:i
ery here. He wan being l;ilr.lnc'd by
Kmory Uerron, one of Junction's pr
prwsive young farmer, win wants
to fee the project siuveed. It in tolo
hoed that tho farmers and men-hunts
will gtvc Mr. Weatherly a helping band.
All around us the crearmrv industry
is thriving and putting money iu the
pockets of the farmer and baxiHCSi man
monthly. High-grade creamery pro
dm-ts command a fancy price in the
market t all ti mew, with scarcely any
flucturttioe, and there is uo reason why
iheiMxiplo here should not enter thin
remunerative field and reup tie benefit
to be derived t hereby.
While the public mind has been re
jnle.l and Mjrfeited witii'wKr news aial
deeds of valor by the "boys in l ine" of
Ihowj United States for tho pnt two
ye.jrH, and every fair dainm-l carries a
miniature of a brotlmror lover in n-gu-l;itisj
uniform, who ban won n-nowu at
I!I Caney, jan Juan, Manila, or later, in
the Flowery Kingdom, It Is apropos to
mention tne lat-t tlmt we iiave seen, by
chance, a Captain's and Colonel's com
mission, In the war of the ItobellJon, of
one of our billow-townsmen, who, judg
ing by his manner and hearing, was a
brave and gallant a knight fti ever en
tered the lists In the davs of Ivanhm-
We refer to Col. F. W. Folsom. His
commission as Captain bears date of
May 11, 1803, and that of Lieutenant
Colonel August 20, 1804. Both commis
sions are slitned by Addison C, Glblis.
Governor, and Samuel May. Secretary
, . .
AKKIt'S ENGLIBII UliMEDY WILL
KTOPACOUGH... ; '
at any time, and will cure the worst
cold In twelve ' hours or money re
funded. 25cts. ' and U0 cts. Bold by
All persons Indebted to the firm of
Milliorn Bros, aie lenuestod to call and
settle their indebtedness on or before
October 1. lltiuonx won.
Junction City, 8ept. 13.
Look I keadl
We call the attention of our readers
to the following lint of Advertisers. They
are niHo-date and reliable houses, and
should niceive your jpatrondga The
proprietors neei no introduction it's
what they have for sale that we wish to
call your attention to:
Mueller A Hill, Farmers & Mer.
Milliorn Bros. Uank.
C.F. Hurlburt. W. M.Trinp.
C. P. Houston. McFarlanu & Coon
Mr-i. J. A. Sibbetts Monogram Baloon.
A. I Coon. .
"Ax Billy" PiestonA Hales
Vincent & Co. Mrs. K. K. Haluman
Parker tiun Works F. A. lUnkin
Hotel Kugene Kteam Pre Works
Hampton Pros. K. Scbwarsochild.
J. V. Kanfftuan Grilfin Hardware,
F. E. Dunu Company.
T. A. Gilbert. ' Lane Coontjr Bank,
lxiugbmiller A Pe- line's Paint Store.
ter. University s Book
Iiavid Link. Store.
Day & Henderson L. L. Whltson.
OF OUR TRICES IX SMALL
LOTS. SPECIAL TRICES ON
LA KG E BILLS. i(
Sfcr Tobacco,"1 per lb. .,.,.,., . ... 45o
Fine Table Syrup, er gallon. . . ;f 85c
3-B. package Gold Oust Mashing
Powder ............ ... ........ 20c
3- It., package Armour's Washing
1-Pint Bottle Good Table Ketchup. 10c
1-Quart Bottle Pest Ammonia..... 10
2.1 ounces 1C O. B. Powder. 20c
Ann & llimim-r Sod, 'r !!.... .. 4c
1-H. pnckMoCorn Starch......... 2oc
4 l'Xs Pall Bluing. ...... v.....:.. ,2Tie
4- 8.. Pall Gloss Starch. . . .;. . . . ... 25c
M EN'S OR LAD1 liH' HEAVY OR
LIGHT SHOES, $1.00, AND UP TO
THE FINEST. DRY GOODS, CLOTH
ING, AND TINWARE. IN FACT,
EVERYTHING' YOU WANT.
DI-PARTMENT STORE, ;;
EUGENE. - - OREGON
In ordering, mention the Eu'letin."
5 Come and see me. We -will sell you- goodfc-1
Best quality and low prices. All lines complete S f
SOfJC We hnve tho best Siioe for J
.AND A GOOD ONE FOR.:.... $1.50
New Raglan Overcoat
Mai-i'c Quite "f C I rvi-c,c REVERSIBLE
USE BOTH SIDES OF THE VEST.
CHILDREN'S SHOES )
"ARE ALL RIGHT. LITTLE GIANT
NEW WRAPPERS !
NEW JACKETS !
TAILOR-MADE SUITS for LADIES!
LANE'S PAINT STORE
' ' DEALER IN
J Paints, Oils, Wall Paper,
. Eugene, Oregon . .
Houston's General Store
KEEPS LADIES' AND GENTS'
Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes,
And a Fresh Line of Groceries, Mason Frait Jars, Toilet Soaps- We hare
some of the old etrk left which we will close out at cost and less,
ST"We make a specialty of ordering
Clothing and Guarantee a Fit.
v ; Bee our Samples and Prices before ordering a Suit.
. I ' fV ATT. ii - : K
hart nnnir rtattpq v
and RANGES ?
Griffin Hnrdw&i Gamnnnu
tot a ebort time only. We carry the two leading, lines,
Jewel & Universal -
GIVE US A CALL.
aJViriwoA .SViva oVViig
STT'fH'm- -k Business
fcFrvm?., -;i College '
r. t i -v. u ',:. i ii r - -. "-., rf
Expenses the Veiy Lowest.
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Plqpc oro,iL Business. Scientific, Claiea!. Theological, Art and
UUUiOUi Mticic. Kiuht Months for Graduetion from Business ColVge.
The Tbre Years' Normal Course, including the Practice of Teaching in the.
Traiuincr Kebool, if the shortest war to a State Certificate and'Llfe Pinloma.
jf27"A8 a health resor, Mineral Springs College has no rival for student
in the State. The quiet habits of its town, free from every saloon influence; the
famous Soda Springs, and the pure air of the foothiils renders this an ideal college
location. L. D. BECK, A. M., President.
BMY &m -HENDERSON
Dealers in All Kinds of
Undertaking ' te n d e to p r optl?
ccnnzn cr ith
3 VitLLAMETTE, EUGENE, OR,
Telephone 47-1 Black.
snythmff vo tnvent or impwre; also (ret.
CAVEAT .IRAOE-M! ARK, COPYRlGKTot DESIGN
PROTECTION. Send model, skttcli.orpLotO.
for frp examination and advice. .
TOifiV ftM DITCUTO FREE, NoAttr's
before pnteut. J
to u-4-j wv m wwa ;
I Patent Lawyers. WASHINGTON, D.C.
CALL 10 COUNTY WARRANTS.'
Notice itr hereby given that the follow
ing warrants will be paid on presena
tlon at my oHice on and after August 20,
1!K)0. Iutorcht on same will cease An
trust 20, UWO: All Lane county warrants
from registered nnmlwr 70Jto7'M). both
inclusive. A. S. pAiTKitsuN,
t'ouotv Treufi rer.
Dated, Eusohe, Augusts, IW. . .
(Bourbon and live)
ROYAL OAK and LACEY
(Bourbon and Rye Whiskies)
Fine Line of Imported and Eo-
meet ie Cigars.
. , Junction City . ,
: The Weekly Oregonian and the Pn
wrrx for a a vear.-: '
Thrice-a-Week New York World end
ho P.ciusTix for $2.13 a yejr.
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