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$ Bulletin Board i
Itr, Lowe, oeulo-optlelAn, Eugene. c
Vr Oglcsby, physlc.luii and Nurgeon,
Sh-b Taylor, tlio photographer,
. Repairs td the approach of tlio Kugono
t-'iMgo are finished.
The Weekly Oregouian and the Uci
trm (or a year.
Doctors Smith, osteopathic physician,
Ima fi Savings llsnk bldg., Kugfjne, Or.
do to MHllorn Bros, when Jn town
for your groceries etc.
Take your laundry' to O, R. Keek's
barber ibop. lis has the agency for the
Troy laundry, I Portland. .
Four chlldreu have died with dipt)
therla In the vicinity of Punty, and
there are several other cae.
Price Gilmore received a braud new
baby carriage on Sttnday'i local. Irlc
believes in taking life
Dr. CJ.Holt, dentist, tin be fonml
t the Junction City Hotel Tuesday and
Friday of esch week. Satisfactory work
Jack Craig, the barber, left for i'ort
lund FriJay. . t.
Mr. Long tuft for Portland on (Satur
Mint Paulino liodos, of Eugene, la
rimting friends here.
II. F. linker went to Eugene Monday,
returning on Tuesday's local.
11. 8. Wallace was registered at the
Bt, Charles hotel, Portland, Thursday
C. 0. Shipley, of Junction, was regis
tered at tho Hotel Perkins, Portland,
Mlda Hasel P. Butler, of Monmouth,
Mr. Gosnar loK a calf in tho flood.
Moat of our farmers are busily en
gaged repairing fences.
We understand that school will
begin the fli it of February.
James McMnllln baa recovered from
a spell of poison oak on hi face.
John Cart right loot a lot of hop
poles In the flood ; ditto Kd Ayren.
Green Richardson lias purchased
tho,Alex Casteel propeity In town.
If you want all the home news, sub
arrived Tutsday to visit with her sister, scribe for the Jcxctio Cmr Bclletix.
Mrs. A. H. Martin. I Mr. Pmorertead sold his 40 acres to
Walter J. Oitlesby, of Jacksonville, Willie Orton, tho purchase price being
as casv as won visited his uncle, Dr. Oglesby, aud faar II -WO.- ,
liy nrat of tue wee. I m. jorweu n r. aicroouwi
Mm. Ilattie Ilowen, of Monroe, passed -2 bead ol sheep during the high
through town yesterday en route to iwawr, .
Kugone to visit her Sister. -uoug. i-era.ns is nvni ontvmi.
I to win booh rviurn w uiy iuing guiuji
EVERY THING IN THE GROCERY LINE.
produce Taken In Exchange. .
Junction City, Oregon,
W. C. Wahburne and C. F. Hurlburt
Dr. L D. Sniltli, of Eugene, came
down from Eiguiio this morning to see
Miss Edna lluuston, who la suffering
from toOHiiltU and la grii)to.
The Junction City Flour Mill, which with his parents. He lays be lain
1m Ihm) Idio for the past five or six splendid health, wish the exception of a
weeka. lUrtod ut Monday neon, with slight cold and his appearance certainly
Mr. (Jeorgo Hauddaker, of Eugene, as tears out the statement. There Is not a
iimnscr. Mr. lirown, of the Engene mo popular young man In this portion
.Un A s.idnoi fl.nk.Uil.fi owner and ol tho couniy than Ulauae, anj
oiHsrator of the plant.
Rev. J. J. Hnndnaker, of Engene, will
All his regular appointments at lirown's
achoobhouse at 11 a. in. and at Lancas
' ter at 3 p. in next Bunday, February 3
' Followltig the alUtrnoon service the ordi
nance U ChrlsHan bapUfruwill bead
Mr. Tcltir Miller, of Coiiby, Or., Vas
There is a rliroor that Elgie Carter
went to Eugene yesterday on the local
. ... 1 .1 - T'll.-I I.. 1 .,.t..
Claude Lee came down from Eugene lT " " ' ' WdQMSV&STS OS2QS9SMU ttUFG
Saturday on tlrts local to sjwniJ Sunday Mr.. Ward and family have gone to
than Claude, and all
Junction is glad to. welcome him home,
if it is only for a brief visit.
Mr. S. Crown and wife, of Everett,
Wash., are visiting with Cot. F. W .
Folifom end family. Mrs. Drown end
Mrs. Kolsom are sisters. Mr. Brown
rjienks In glowing terms of Everett and
it future prospects. We hore that he
will not lie able to talk the Coloud into
"folding his tent like the Arab and si-
tniek bv a linht eniilno earlv vesterdar lently nealinn away" to Everett, for we
.i,.i.n.i .u,A lii-t ,,U.Ut fmm tli can't afford to lose. The Colonel mutt
'MVS w ' " " -
t'ffts of the Injuries contained. The
uuine was a "try-otit" fnni tlio tnr
shops in Portland. The morning was
verv fowv, and Mr. Miller, -who was
ridfng a bicycle, failed to si the danger
in tini'i to save himlf. Mr. Miller was
the father of Mrs. J. E. Enor, wife of
the nitiht npvnt at the dpot here. Jir.
rtud Mrs. Enger left for Canby on yes
tt-rday a(Uroo'jnM local.
stay with u.
QUEEN VICTORIA DEAD.
I)soo.v, Jan. Queen Victoria
i a . t . a .11. i
mea tins aiu'ruoon av u u ciock.
Edward VII. Is now King.
Washington, where thejr expect to make
their future home.
A son of the late Mr. Ewer Is here
from the East, and will take charge of
and manage the farm.
Mrs. and Miss Ay res ore visiting
home folks in Eugene this week. Ed
says be don't like to "bach."
Dong. Perkins and John Tcmpleton
'attended' the Woodmen meeting at
Junction City Monday night. ,
The high water last week caused a
little excitement.' Three families moved
to Ilarrisburg until tho flood eubsules,
the water being in their houses. There
is' no trouble about getting firewood, as
the funcee' ore loaded down with flood
trash. x ' " .
KEEPS LAPIES' AND OENTS
Furnishing Goods, Boots and giwes,
Hats S Gaps,
B P&-&B9I&S AND ; : PiQ if fs BO tt,
DRESS ' OOE2S TSM
JUST P.ECEIVED. OUR SHELVES AUEFULL.
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STORE IS POST OFFICE BUILDING.
Notable among the pleasures afforded
by the Shasta Route is tlio winter trip
to fvj'uhern California and Arizona.
'lU'Kwod ttciiaiiituiite with this section
will ever develop tnt pdn(s of lit're.t
iind added Stiurce of enjoy mtnt, under
t cuuny f(kie, in the variety of Its in-
dnrii!H, in its vrt'liftc vectation find
alining Its ntjibt'rl3h9 re torts ol tuoun
tii'iii. hore, valley and Udn
Tiie two drtiiy hliitst trams irm
Ptiitliuid to Calif rni have bevn re-
entty equipped, willi the io;wt appnmd
pattern ii Ktamlard and Uusnwi suepinx
ear?, but the low rates of faro will still
continue In ffCTt,
lllubtrated gtii.h'u to the winter re-
iiorts of Califorui.1 and Arizona muy be
Jiiul on application, to
f ti m i ut'if r r: i a
Pianos and Organ5.
We are reer ivlng flue new Piuno? and
Organs direct from the factories at IkH
ton 'New York ami Phihidelphiit. Our
pianos ure bought t upecial cash dis
count. , Wo are tho lu rpprewntativea
for Oregon,-und by theec nethodwean
ell ytm a fine Piano or Organ cheaper
than any one. ;..
Wo have jiianos with full metal plate,
full extension duet deal; for from $235
up.,. All onr: goods uro warranted by
I ICohlt r and Clinso, Uio oldeat And InrgOKt
' Mutic 'house on the, eon-it, Instruments
VoK on installments'. Come in and 8l'C
"it'heni. Mokws & Craw,
- Otli Btr, Kugeno. ; '
v - A Brake That Works.
' Tlie pnhlto in indebted to The Daily
."Mail, of London,-, for introducing,
through its Oeueva corrtfaitondent, an
ueinuer, who is credited with an inven
tion of a ."mechanical brake" which
Btops a train that in running at 50 miles
. u hour within ii.tliHtauco oi .'0 yanifl.
(iood 1 iHit what about tlio pasoii(jerH?
a train running at tlio rate of 50 miles
an hour covers 73)i leet in it second
nnd to uton a train moving nt this spooi
. in '20 vards means'' that "'it--must ,rw
Viroimht to ft full atop in 4-5 of a second,
Whon wo remember tha. hi an end-on
, collision, it takes several soeondn for the
inomeiitnm ot the train to expend itHolf
in ndem-on inn car into car. one m moved
to auk what would bo the condition ot
tho living contentj of a ptiosenuor car
that was brouitht to a htop tu fraction
of tho time that it takes to brine the
lust car of a telescoping train. to rout?
J r OBITUARY.
T : ALFRED ULEWY
Alfred lilew, ft pioactr of 1802, died
Friday nuirninp, January 'IS, after n
brief illio9H, of paralyUs. "Uncle"
Alfred JiUw, an he was "familiarly:
known, was born in Missouri, hi 1827,
ami -i.w! the plain with his wifaand
live children in l:f.2, ettjling in Lnne
County, noar Plenant Hill. In'lSTO
!m iaovt.1 to Umatilla County, where tie
engaged in stock-ral:dng for 20 ye.irs.
He relumed to Lane Cenuty in 1S92,
where -be baa since resided, A wife,
two daujtiters and ix sons survive him
Mrs.'M. Mulhollnnd, of this place;
Mrs.' X.. Hendrleks, of Cheney, Wash.;
William Llew, of Montana; James and
Allrt-d Pdew, of G!onnwo4.d, Wash.;
John and Richard Rlow, of Astoria, and
Edward Die w, of lto.-eburg. Tho fun
eral took place Sunday under the nus-pi'.-es
of the Masonic order. Mr. Dlew was
an old and renpeetad citizen and leaves
E. Durham was in town visiting
frieuds last week Mr. Durham has been
Lam ay for over a year.
( A reception was given at the A. O.
U. W. ball laet Thursday evening in
honor of Mr. Mays' family. Music and
game was the order of the evening and
all had a fine time.
Chas Canter spent, a day or two In
the city with bis parents and many
friends. Mr. Canter is one of the bvet
trainmen on the P. P. R. K.
Hajh water done some damage to
to the water., ditch. As a result, the
saw mill will not be in operation for a
few data... Otherwise no damage was
W. O. W. installed their officers hist
Friday night as follows: A. Sprinpute,
C. C. ; W ill Murdoc, A. L. ;Car8onlIolt,
banker; Parney May, manager; T. J.
Stephens, watchtnau ; Will Hay, seutry.
yr o carry a Full Lino ot '
T'SF fflTS Stoughton Wakens, John De'ere Plows
7 1 AXD HARROWS.
Wo ore Headquarters for . . .
S1A10NDS SAWS and,oU knd
Q RIFFI N HARDWARE COriP'Y,
OREGON. -;':':-; -.:-
HARMONY AND LANCASTER.
Aunt Lizxie Smith is not so well as
she has been.
Jas. and Fitx Lee came up for ft few I
days during the hi(rh water. They re
Mr. Ayies, recently from Eugene,
has purchased the Spaugh place and
has moved in. .
The followina are pome of the losses
occasioned by the flood: W. 0. Orton,
Mruinu, tnurwuiy evening, January it, -"- j I erai vn'i'3 r.'Pa Mnr. Thisiuwpri.-ewiJihe.pofiaits-rr.aoiMupL
'XO, aiur a oncf illness.' Mrs. stroine uu" "'" '""..b,, ,,.,, .... " V irii h vff r ftWS&ttWir ri? rn. Kim
,as thodanchur of Hynson Smith, one nd hogs; Ever Y. Docly, fences. V J. L SiEHB GULIL GGSiJ&Vi S , C.JJ,
MRS. CUIUS STROME.
Mrs. Chris lromo .died at the reni-
deneo of her biother in law, John
Struine, Thumlay evvuins, January 1
was the danuhter of Hynso'n Smith, one
of Lnne countv's oldest and most hiL'hlv Mac Morrison b nave recently
resoccted ciUsona. She was bom in biuit a new House, as me nigh water
Lane county 3S years ago. Mrs. Stromo within four incb.es of itj he de-
had a wide circle of friends, who deeply cil,ed to raiB0 u author foot or so.
mourn her untimely taking off. A bus- K0V- ianasaKer, oi : r.ugene,
band ami two children survive her. preached to good audiences at Har-
mony and Lancaster , last Sunday, On
Fon Sale 20, acres of fine farm land, February 3 he will prch at Brown's
IU miles southeast of Junction Citv, all scliool house and at Lancaster
Ik Mk mi
i -'i i i i i.ii v e mil.. 1 ti
'. l S "'i1 ' f i 4 tiow. liu-h J !, improved e-;ir. Vr d -vice , u,rc- praud
.ir&ttjl Z (' f;5iUn.aUr; 1aArcifni th !: rjtJ Ki -i UM :,"Ur.nr
t.;iM-f..$ i U w.t nrL; kavwas Kvri "" WM
'tli j5rSj.1"3",-lUt W ' J1u..tcsivrii.tvet.renliiemaik.tt. Tliepfi uin4 K.f.ifitr I.je .hi t
iJ-Si--W fUj 1 &l i'l m.lMttt prtlak. oolind ex.w.MiV H-, cblua.-.tr. Kirjiut-ta, 1
I'M l'i,f v.r?if t I'k f .? t,ir..u- nlnvoi orru&rb sra. h'-Mf U:ilsh. d n i cnumifnhHti rpm-ui
iiHVM vAif Ww.i ch
IWk "Wt W?5I
T:iK WS1KM. C. O. O. on pruTa tllowitij jroa to sacrau ami -ttviiije
It lu.iy Men yea oxi-t . Ji t ! not U ad mw :,
rlnlm f Ifc, ud btr v'jt una yoa ; Wtet nv bwo bo
w'e ftsMb njr tu el c. r. i ) it .w.i :!1 pay ij rxpnvf (torti
ki our Kpwi.il Acent's nansplo prlic rf f 1 O "
ts the (rmunt Utr?ala la birvtl ever or.red. We crarTu i- i (.ick!
tooj-.r .-H) wbrrlon U. ouiritft.jad joa r.pjd r-t wi i.tt 9--ti .wcr.i
if ji.u c n "t linJ iv f.i Kprwtt. Miit.UU!E l'ICVi,r.
KiXS V FACTC a::U 1 U tJ n-o4 f ouK-fcir 1-KVk u..; ;
osir iv ititl-,C, T'u-f otttr m' m.-p. mhmi a tots Kxr pfuc i X
n.1eta(K:tr liwtif Crtn eas.U to-nti to ivprnent aj "
1 brtt'M port?.' ' tborwiK'vy t--yiMw
: t lil niactlus. Our iiudinj icur'i turn-
Mryrla, ' , . j-
trie TR.ft"ca,3 in tu:i iriin untr
Kouulm llardlrk It'.tw i:-.lle h;-rrvl p-ilwin cjiriw-
!tiKrs or hi'li giad Coor iuuyi Your iao:wy 11 lawk il JK v uo;
WfRn U."i?Crif We di not toanafc!Tir tV tiO&! enrt-
Wir iipi)! ltocwa m'verti.-e rd ?!l hl.-'h iJa caa fturUj thcra.
UYgi ,-r(.T o SS.iO'Tnii!.'( W do not pmrar.tea Eur rsp
ni ivntf Mmrn'tvn hirvrlo cf wiv on0-ck. tkj maUer to c hew
rla wrie . tnlkw tll tu n- much mwnnwfjejfcWBA.;! t,vdi.
W. t.Vjrl h!ii'.!rii EtiXU H.VS WHEEL Uk to t doh
''TO-iViTfiCUMaOTW. W rafrr t mxir hti.k or btKtr.es hmiw 1: dilate or any exprn or
JJritWSUIUUir-fpvrmi is-ii.. v a . -
under . cultivation ; three wells of
good water, orchard and fruit distillery.
Inquire of Samuel Templeton, on the
premises. ':. '.' ', ,;
Land roi Salr WO acres with bam
and out buildings, 'running water, two or
chards, 3j nerea in f.irminji land, within
nine miles Of Junction City, for $1600,
Inquire 'of .8.,-Templeton, ,J)a miles
southeast of Junction City. No agent.
The, site'.' for. the Harmony school
; Miss Ella Moilltt, who' has been at
tending school at Munmoatli, returned
Friday. -.''-'' -."'-' -; '.'-:'-' ;.
'"Owing to sieknes. Rev. Skid more
was compelled to cancel his ditto -for
Sunday. . - ....
Met-srs. Johnston, Sovems and
W etz'er. we're doinst business .hi Eugene
durinj? the past week. . '
School was brought to a temporary
jlrs. Thireon Sehenck, who has beeu
nick for tho past ihroa weeks.is Btill con
llued to her room. ..
Weekly Oregon lan and Duugtim only
J2 a year.' " " - ' ' - "
house has at last been located at a point , luo ...(. an ii..,..0unt. of the hh:h
about half way between W. O. Orton's water, buf is now iu runuintf ordjr oncd
and Ham Crow 5. A meeting is called more.
for nest Monday to votu a Ux for a now -Mr. AVetzler brought a load of mnv
- r T ..... ...!.... a . f tiitf.ituia
,nBt, . ' 1 piles irom irvui wi) , -
hl LU V it. t , .., . thata eatdeal 0e Jam-
Praver nieetina will b6 led bv Mr. wna ilono in the tmblie road, and we
S'ii Teinploton. ' ; ; : . advise the road supervisor to attend to
Prof. Hunter ppent the latter part the work aa soou as possible,
of the week in the city. '.' Building fence, seems to be the in
Mr. Dixon is muking a good many tinstrv this week. Every man is labor
Improvements upon hi place, jug hard, and by 'the laft of tho tvee.t
roor.nt for Mi oamaj'o done will be a thm of the
killing gophers 171 in one day.
Mr. ,'Franlc Bristow, reports the
measles on the mend and' all danger
Mr. W. B. V.'eti.ler, who lochia
house by fire, h.s ereeWd a tempo-wiry
building in ' which he will reside until
soring, when he intends to build a neat
1 little col tage. -' , - . .
There i a movement on liand oy
the patrons and pupils to give an euter
tainuiH'it and basket social in the hear
future, thtt proived to g0 'towards pur-'
chasing liorary fat the school. 1
iiarni'V Milliorij ia sore nteJicioo fcrV
ducks. VVe noticed 'tbe gentloinan
bringing in tMi im: mallurda tho other
t eveainu. Hvi s!Ulom gtx-s. out vviluoui
britijiiiig back; several ntcedncks.
C.ni?id.-ripi the beichth a ut 'lingering
visit of tliv) recent -.high water. Kiver
View sufLrvd 'bat little dantago ether
thun the lo!- t.f many .miles. f fence.
The loesof live steck .nunitersi llov
14-, gheep, 8; chickens, ' 1 ;. gopher ,
l'i,l.. -.-.:.' .. --''-r "..
Measles have succeeded in breaking
through the fortifications of. the liooes
of Mssra. Simhious and Hicktv, and
thev now report having a measly time.
We" hope tlut the proper preeivution will
hi taken- bv all. nnd. .thus orover.t the
invader front m'tiring. any further foot-"
hold in 'this coniuaiuitj'j -''; '
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