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About Junction City bulletin. (Junction City, Or.) 189?-1901 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 31, 1901)
A. P. BET FERSWORTH , JR.,
Editor and Proprietor.
MISS ANNA OGLlaSliY,
. Associate Editor.
One year, if paid in Advance $1.50
Six mouths, - - t .5
Three months, ..... $ .50
Advertising rates made known on
l.utered tho postotnee at Junction City
a second class mail matter.
William McKiulev President
Theodore Roosevelt. Vice President
STATK Or OHEUOS.
T.T. Geor Governor
Y. I. I Km bar Secretary of State
Charles S. .Moore Treasurci
J. II. Ackermuu School Superintendent
W. II. Leeds Stale. Priutei
T. 8. 8KNATQRS.
G. W. McIUide Joseph Simon
x.A. y.oody Thos. II. Tongue
SV THEME JClKiES.
F. A. Moor R.S.leB
C. E. Wolverton.
8KC0SD JUDICAL DISTRICT.
J II. Hamilton Circuit Judge
Geo. M. Rrowu Prosecuting Attorney
The War Dejmrtmout has arranged to
open recruiting offices nil over the coun
try, so as to procure the Wn provided
lor in tho Army Reorganisation 'bill M
rapidly as possible. " ' "
, in ;
If our representative, L..T, Harris,
maintains the high standard so .far
marked by hie course in the Legislature,
ho will fill a neat In the United Stated
Congress More many years pass over
his head. '
TheOregonian oppose Representative
Harris' measure which provides for a
fixed State levy for University purposes.
Rut the measure is a jut and equitable
one and should beeume a law. The idea
of an institution depending front year to
year on tho disposition of the Legisla
ture to provide a liberal fund or a scant
fund for its maintenance, just as the
humor fits them, is a bad poliej to pur
sue. Let the fund be fixed by law, end
thereby put the University on a solid
fiuancial basis. There is no other way
to build up the University, buch an in
stitution should not be held in subjec
tion to the fitful moods of a Legislature.
The Harris bill is all right, and tor the
good of higher education la Oregon it
should, by all means, become A law.
Eugene Register. .
S. II. Friendly, A. C. Woodcock and
F. I.. Chambers went to Salem yester
day to look out fcr Jjine county's Inter
esta in tho matter of tho proposed aiv
nexatiou of the Rlue Hirer mining dis
trict by Linn county. This is a guar:
an tee that Lane's interests are in safe
hands, for these gentlemen are amply
aole to attend to any contingency tliat
The Harris bill appropriating f 17,500
tot tho University of Oregon passed the
House yesterday. Good boy, Lawrence
"Way Down E&st."
That much discussed and heralded
play, "Way Down East," which is now
touring the Pacific Slopo under the di
rectton of Wm. A. Brady, begins i
week's engagement at the Marquam
Grand Opera House, Portland, on Mon
day, February 4. We are promised an
exact reproduction of tho great New
i York presentation, and with a cast that
! i - " i .1 l: . I
nan receixeu mu uiiqunuuuu eiiuorsv-
mcnt of the San Francisco papers, So
strong i- the fuitli of the management,
that it will lw given for one entire week.
Matinees wilt be given on Saturday and
The country within a radius of a htfn
i . . - T . .l MA ......... .n niil 1 ' V. V. i 1 1 . - a I JV 1 1 L I Ml -
llil-il v. , Y I illirrlllV n.lliTl for ts,i un.r.i.nin
amoni! its' "nunierles ' resoilli-t'tn6r"lW a,,Jft,fef,tirojnnawincnt that
East and South
Trains leave Junction City for Portland
and way stations at 3:110 a. in. aud
1 :3? p. nt.
.v rortiami. ..... 8 :U0 am a :w pm
v Junction City. 1 :37 pin Vi-M am
Ar Ashland ,.,.;.pi:23ain ll:.!i)am
" Sacramento ... 5 -DO pm 4 :35 am
M Sao Francisco. 7:43 pm 8:15 am
Ar Ogden ft :4t am 1 1 :45 am
" tHu.ver........ :lH)m :um
KansasCity... 7;23am 7:'J5am
II. R. Kincaid
J. U. Hill
II. P. Ed wards
W. W. Withers
A. S. Patterson
W. M. Miller
P. V- Rurton
C. M. Collier
OCR CLUBBING LIST.
Weekly Oregonian and Ri ixetix.. .$2.00
Thrlcia-Week New York World
and RiixETis 2. IS
The Weekly Oregonian and Dclletim
$2 for a year.
Notable among the pleasures afforded
by the Shasta Route is the winter trip
to Southern California and Arizona.
Renewed ac)Haintance with this section
will ever develop fresh points of interest
and added sources of enjoyment, under
its sunny skie3, in the variety of iU in-
tain, shore, valley and plain
. The two dailv Shasta, trains
roriland to Calif rn.i have icn re
cautly equipped with the most approvtd
pattern cf standard and tourist ninepins
cars, but the low rates of fare will stil!
continue in effect.
Illuitr.ncd guides to the winter re
ports cf Cfdlfornia aud Arizona may he
had on application to
(J. H. MARKIIAM, G. P. A.,
Portland. Oregon. !
the I iece will du plicate its suciesa here
ai in other cities, that they are now con
cluding to remain two weeks next sea
HOW TO TRAVKL
Jn'orntallan for the Putlic.
Children for Adoption.
One boy 4 years, one girl G years, one
girl 9 years. .These are desirable chil
ilren, and may be placed on three
months' trial. The 9-year-old girl has
been in a home where si e has had ex
ct llent train in::. Information concern
the whereabouts of Helen Smith is
. .. . i - i
Miesire i, wiio ran away iron, a goou
noniH in Mavton. where she lias iieen
living seveial vears. Address I. V. To-
bej-.-Supt. Orejon Ctiildrcn's Home So
ciety, .Marquam JJtiiiiiinji, rortlana.
Others jiapt rs please copy.
In sc'.fcing your route to the East
yon cannot a.fi' jrd t overlook ihe ad
vnntstges anJ comforts offered by the
Rin(ir.ind.i Western Railway irconr.ee
lion with thePenverk Rio Grande and
Colorado Midland Railroads. It is the j
only transcontinental line passing di-j
reetly through Salt Lak! 'City, and in j
Addition to the glimpse-it affords of the j
Temple City, the Great Salt Lake, the j
SaH Pi-lac, and the idetures?i'ie,Utah j
Valley, it offers 'choice of six diirtinct j
route; to tie East and the n.ot mag-1
r.ifirent scenery in the world A double j
daily train fcurvioj orul through Pullman I
Palaca r.ud ordinary th-c -ing cars, in- j
reelir.iug'chair cars and a pcrfwt dining !
car service are r.r.w in ojH'tf.tiou vial
the.'ie lines. ;
For pamphlets descriptive, "f the i
"(irent Salt Luke Koule'' applv to J. I.
nt. ':', W.uhii.y.
y r. I i- . l ! 1 Ifli
i . ii. iiiuii. oi i.uuene, einiiiit:i i--
bales of IH'M hops from Harrisburg Sat
ii rda c. for w hich he received 9 cents,
Mr. f Mi nit is thinking of leasing the
Pa vis hop jard, just across the bridge
i in Linn county.
Mans.'hdd. General Ax
t.ii;, l,.rt!ai.d;,or t"' .G;o. W. !b
Ai'tM,;' liencml rasseiier Ageut,
SPARE NOT . ;
Hist ax, for if it's a "909"
ax you can chop and chop and chop
and he better satisfied each day.
We'll cnarantee the satisfaction
every time, or give you a new ax
for a poor ax, or your money back.
Ot her kinds of axes nt lower prices,
but none so genuinely cheap as the
Everything for chopping, and
sawing, and splitting cross-cut
saws, buck sawp, and powder and
fuse, if you need it ; and all at guar
Gkikfix IIahowark Co., Eugene.
R A IL! tO A P 1 N G PA T E S TS.
" A single linn of Patents Lawyers, V. A.
f-now & Co., of Wa-bintfton, i). ('., liae
'in the Isit yeiir procured J.,(wi.) patents
f-.r.f'eir c.ri'if.ts.'niany of tiiem for re-je-fU-d
iiiventious. CA Snow & Co. hae
b.'.en a!".,ii'i;;l f railroadinj lmtciits
throujh this Patet:t 0:!ie. butt!xy. insis
that tliis locomotfon fi better than ox
ctr?hi;r them for by the latter- proci
t!i3 inventor often -dies before begets
his patent. -
Farms for Sale.
Foil Salk 20 acres of fine farm lain
1 i miles southeast of Junction City, a
under cultivation; thre3 wells of
good water, orchard and fruit distillery.
Inquire of Samuel Ternpleton, on the
COMPLCTK STOCK OK . ,
iii(iiu:sT c.ifii ritiCKs
rou . ...
,Vr Ios Angeles.. . l.'JOpm 7:lH)aiu
w raso :tHipin :iHipni
" Fort Worth. ; , 0 ::0 nia :IW am
rSttf . Mu.l.. (i.W.m O .Mb. ill
" Houston 4 :00 am 4 :tH) am
" New Orleans.. 0:2.1 pm -0:2.1 pm
Washlnnvon... 0:00 am 0:12am
' New York .... , 12 : 43 pm 1 2 : 4U pm
AND OTHER PRODUCE.
PucceJmor to J. 0. Rhiuvl.nrt.
Pnllmvn and Tourist cars on both
trains. Chair cars Sacramento to On
ion and hi Paso, and Tourist cars to
Chicago, St. Lout , Ne Orkans and
tkinnectinsr at San Srancisco with sev
eral steamship lines for Honolulu. Ja
pan, China, Philippines, Central ami
See Mr. L. B. Moore, aaent at June.
tton Cuy station, or addn-ss
C. H. MAHKHAM, O. P. A.,
Pol Hand, Oiegon.
W. W. OGLKSIJV,
Physician and Surgeon.
Office in Hotel Block. Junction, Or,
PlAMOXn TJotXlK NO. 0, pKfiHKK Or
Homor. MeetH flr-t and third Wednes
days of each mouth. Visiting members
cordially invited to attend.
Mas. C. K MciloLS. V. ot II .
Misk tia.M'K Pahkkr, Recorder.
Oasis Iadcii.No. 41. 1. O. O- F. mwl
every Saturday evening. Visitors, in
good standing are Invited.
II. . I.NX, U.
L. B. Moow?, Sttcretary.
Junction City Camn. No. 410, Wood
men of the World, meets in the A. F. &
A. M, hall, every firs', and third Monday
nignis in iiio inoiun.
A. L.Coojr, con. com. .
H. M. Mii.uors. Clerk.
LVVVLLVH LOPGK.o., 52 K. of P.
meets every Thursday evenin of each
week at 8 P. M. Knluhts in gool etind-
ing invited to attend,
S. Hvlamiv J. T. Clow,
CO. ' K. R. of S.
MILLIOUX CABIN K. S. O. No. 8,
meets twice every month, Second and
S O St a mi.
Evergreen Ueliekah Lodce, No. 42,
T.O.O.F.. meets everv second and fourth
Wednesdays in A.O.U.W. hall. Visit
ing niemticrs cordially invited.
Miss Minnie Starr, N. G.
Evelyn Parton, Rec. Sec.
Free Sample Rooms.
E'ectrh: Lights and IVdls.
IIom.kvhkck Rhos , Proprietors.
Rate, tt to 12 m-r Pay.
Headquarters for Commercial Travelers
arm iiiiihk .uen.
Eugene, - - - - Oregon.
A PAIR OF
AND ONLY WANT
FOR THEM, ANP
THAT ONE PRICE
Weekly Oregonian and lkntms nly
2 a j car. y
L v vd von SAM4 480 acres with barn
and out buildii.gs, running water, two or
cliards, 35 acres'! n farming land, within
nine miles of Junctiou City, for $1600.
Inquire of S. Tcmpleton, 1 miles
srjtlieast of Junction City, No agent.
Eugene, - Oregon.
WANTtU r A tun i4 bad Utii itml R i rA'N S
ol bnAi. Tlitf tMnl.h in wi1 pmli lilt. Un. tint
rUl. Noi. iIm wm4 K I I A N S pn On i'kc tnt
eopt no tutwiliult. K't'PA'N K. ia tut unu, mr
bt hd at nf 4ruj .tor. 'I'm Mwplot n4 wi iStinwnS
ItttiiaMiUli will b HUiikd to my mtiirtu lur IW cruu,
l inrnriifd la tlx RljM CUttitcat Co., 10 t!)iiiut
tirtti, Ntw Ypi k.
Lane County's Valuation for 1S00.
Tho fummary of tho Lane county assessment roil for IHit.) has been com
pleted, tho 20 per cent. Wing taken off the original aesmeiit. The footiugs
furnish tho following array of intuu-sting figures:
Acres of tillable lands ..U U,121
Acres of non-tillable lands, .H'.w.W.i
Iiiiproveiuents on deeded or patented limit
Town and city lots.
Iniprovemcnls on town and city lots
Improvements on hinds not deeded or patented
Miles of railroad bed, telegraph and telephone lines
Rolling stock ...............
Steamboats, saillwats, stationary cngtneB and manufacturing
Merchandise and stock in trade
Farming implements, wagons, carriages, etc
Notes and accounts
Shares of stock ....
Household furniture, watches, jewelry, etc , .... .
Horses and mules
Swine ' N
Gross value of nil property. ...................... .
11, 121 f 1, 1011,072
658,5 1 h
0.2S0-- . 14,4(10
rnnotv lionrd of Louah.ntion
Total number ot residents subject to p .ill tax.
Total assessment lor nun) , . . i ,
Total assessment for 1800
increase for 1000 over 1800. . . .......... . . .
A noticeable feature about this summary is that thcra ia otdy 118,121 acres
of tillable land, while tho non-tillablo aggregates 1)011,505 acres.. Of this vast acre
age not subject to cultivation, nearly all of it is valunhle timber, mineral and pas
ture land, which makes it equally as valuable ct more so than tho tillable land,
One big item is the 00,000 head of borne and mules, tattle, shwp, goats ami
swine. Old Lane is ft pretty solid county after all and is yet only in tlie'lwfancj'
that points to a splendid future, .