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About Junction City bulletin. (Junction City, Or.) 189?-1901 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 21, 1901)
A. P. BETTERSWORTH, JR.,
Editor and Proprietor.
MISS ANNA OQLUSBY,
One year, U paid in Advance f 1.50
fcix months, ..... - $ .75
Three months. .... I .50
Advertising rates made known on
utered the postollice at Junction City
as second class until matter.
William McKinley President
Theodore Kousevelt, Vice President
STATS Or OKEUOS. '
T. T. Geor Governor
y' I Dunbar Secretary of State
Charles S. Moore Treasure!
J H.Aekerman School Superintendent
W. 11. Let-da State Printei
C. 8. SENATORS. '
G.W. McBride Joseph Simon
. a. Moody Thos. II. Tongue
F.A.Moor R. R. Uean
C. E. Wolverton.
SECON'D JCDICAL DISTRICT.
J.H.Hamilton Circuit Judge
Geo. M. lirown . Prosecuting Attorney
II. R. Kincaid
H. J. Edwards
W. W. Withers
E. V. Leo
A. S. Patterson
V. M. Miller
I). P. r.urton
C. M. Collier
OUR CLUBBING LIST.
Weekly Oregoniaa and Bcli-etin.. .$'2.00
Thrieea-Week New York World
and Bcixetis 2.15
The Weekly Oregonian and Bru.ETix
r a year.- ?
Just published by the Southern ?a-
of v ester n uregon, mtn m
dudes -an excellent map of the state, and
ordains iniormauon on ruimiic, ui",
education, etc., existing industries I ml
their capabilities. .
Attention is also directed to such new
fields, for 'energy or capital ua proudse
fi.r return. , , .
This publication fills a need long ex
perienced ry Ore?oniaiis, in replying to
laoniries of Eastern triends. '
Cipie? may be bad of local agent S. P.
Cn.. or from C. II. MaeIuiam
G. P. A , Portland, Or.
Garden and Denver
The incr2dfe in trnc.nntinental trav
el t.y way of Salt Lake City, in conse
ossnea of "the scenic and other attrac
i jns of the rout'-, haa recently ju.-tifiud
the Kio Grand WeKrn Itailway in
connection '.villi the iMiver & Kio
G'rartdtf au'l Colorado Midland P.ailmads
savs the Sa't Lake Tritjune, in estah-liti!ii;i-j
a triple daily fast pawonzer ser
vice lA-tween Ogden and Henver. All
jf th:3s trains are eqnipp'.'d with tin;
latest appliances, improvem'.-nts and
cars. This road now operates through
elee;.ers hetTi-i-n Chicapi. Ozden and
San 'Francisco, also a psrfec. dining car
f-ervicc. Sen.l 2c postage for litcMture,
ratf-s ir other iui' rmation to J. D. Mans
. field, 253 Washington St., Portland, or
j?o. W. Fleiiitz. (ier.ural Paaaonger
Airent, alt Lake City.
A singly Jirrn of Patents Lawyers', C. A.
F.'iow oc Co., of Washington, 1. C, hae
iu the lat year procun-d ,C,!0 patents
for tln-ir client?, many of, them for re
jr!ft'c:d inventions.- C A Snow & Co. have
1 f.f rnilroaillnar n.itnnts
tlirough thfs Patent O.'Iice, but they inw t
:nrting thc-in for hy the latter process
tiia inventor often di b.ifore he gets
Weekly Oregouian and Bui-i-eti.v crjly
(2 a year.
Land ros Sal" M0 acres with barn
Hud out buiUii gs, running water, two or
chards, 85 nr.rm in farmina land, within
iip.' Diil.-f- of Junction City, for flGOO.
lii-juire of S. Templefon, milt!-!
Eoutheast. of Junction City. No agent
Send 50 rents for feix UiOnths' subscrlp
lion to Th'i Illustrated Youth & Age;
and We will jd) sen 1 it free for three
jn nthi to threti of your friends who are
not now tiiklng it. '
Address Yocih & Aob Pen. Co ,
, KashviUe, Tenn.
The Fanners & Breeders' Mutual Live
Ptock Insurance Association 6f Kansas
Citv, Kan., has been declared insolvent
ami ordered to "put up tho shutters."
In tho past twenty-five years that
Milo Monger, of Harvard, Illinois, hn
boon running creamery, ho has paid
out $5,200,000,000 to tho farmer, ami
built twelve creameries. Hoard's Dairy
man. t t
The wav toihsure tho pass see ot tin.
Grout Hill is to write both your Vnitej
States Senators that you re interested
in its passage and ask them to work and
vote for it. And this is the only way it
can be accomplished. The bill has
passed tho House by a large majority,
but its enemies are putting forth their
utmost strength to Uoteat it in tite fen
ate. They will accomplish their desire
unless you make yom influence felt by
writing at once to your Senators. Write
as soon as you have finished reading
C. II. Markham, General Passenger
Agent of the Southern Pacific's lines in
Oregon, is not only the head of an im
portant department of great railroad,
but he is a representative cituen -one
who takes a deep intsiest and an active
part in tho up-building cf the industries
and institutions of th State. At one
time-jou find him assisting in the estab
lishing of some new industry, and next
addressing the students of our universi
ties. He is a jower in the development
of Oregon, educational and .industrial.
The Only Amsrkan Olrl to Marry a
But one American girl has ever mar
ried a Kins, and she, a New England
woman, i.ow a xidow, U living in a
royal palace In the country of her adop
tion, almost lost siht of by her Ameri
can sisters and friends. The romance
of this fawinatiug, gifted American jrirl,
who won the hand and heart of a Kinj:
one. of the nattiest of Kv storie
will be one of the features of the March
Ladies' Home Journal.
The constant advertiser
has this advantage
ii.. . r
lronped tho thread of his discourse, and
d.jcs not have to nick it up The occa
sional advertiser must emjdoy printer b
ink lavis-hly Just to re-ceUhimli J 1 1 1 1 1 1 f
cn the fxiting that he occupied btifore
he withdrew from the field ; he mnst re
gain the ground that he has lofet before
he can continue. Here that trite but
wonderfully expressive proverb suggefts
itself: "Constant dropping wears the
stone " Unremitting advertising, ad-
vertiing pursued rncthodicaUy day by
day, '. (.k tv ve;k, month hy mon'h, i
isi tin: 'i.'iid less tjcpi-nsive thun hv ndver-
tisii'u' .ceaci.iua v. in p.r.d htarl?
v HA',-tv-!-." Narrw-!nind-'t and tin-
infrii!td persona declare advert ifdnc tin
vtar rf'iiisil to w. "moncv witstH!
tln.se who can judge knr.v that it Lift
A (iEXTLE HINT,
our f-tylu of clin.ate, v ith its ftud
eh:u:pen of t tper;'.'.urc rain,
nnd sunshine often interinir,li'(l
single day it it! no wonder tliKt
hil.Iii'ii. fricinl mid rrtntivcM nri
so frijiicritly taken fririi by ne
Iwte.l fiohls, half the ilfatha icsuUiii
din-etly from this caii.-:::. A bottJe of
uerman yrup Kei anont your lion
f:,r inuiiediate use will pn-vent 8;rioi
(ickr.i'i-H, a larjio doctor'n hill, and lie
hi!j; d r.ith, hy the tiau uf three or foi
ket ahont your home
lo-). For curing Conmiuption, Heiu-
orrhaii!, Pneumonia, fcewro Coiish.
Croup, r any di-casi of t!.!t Throat or
Lun't?, ir k buctosb iH Himply wonderful
ai your drui.t will t-il you. (iet, a
ffjiiiple hottlo free from Min'ller & Hill.
jjiilMr nize, 73 cts. Uvt Green's I'riae
" FOCTIIERN CAUIORNIA.
Notable among the pleasures afforded
hy the Shasta Uoute it tin- winter trip
to Southern California :tnd Arizona.
Renewed aennaintaficc with this Hetion
will ever dewlqi frehh poinfH of intercut
and r.d led nourcen of eiiw ythr.nt. under
its Hunny fdJen, in the varicly of ita in
dithtrie., in its prolific ve etation and
aa.oiiijMi-.cnilwtr'iesH frtB of moun
tidn,. shore, valley and idiiin.
The two daily Sha-t.-i trains from
Porthnd to Caih"rnia have been re
cently equipped with the mont approvtd
pntu-rn f.f etandard and louritit sleeniiiL'
carf, but the low ratca of fure will utilH
co!)i:ni;(! in fiiect,
Iilnstrated -rddfft to ti(.
sort of California and A
Vnzoiia mav he
had on application to
C. H. .MARKHAM, (',. P. A.,
header, the colun. IM ,f the J5-li r.vis
a e pen to 0. gtnd in jy.ur coinmuni.
Woman's $3,50 S0E!
IN THE WORLD.
14 Different Styles
SOLE AIJ EXT,
WE HAVE A
New and Complete Line
Prices that are rtyif
by a Graduate m rnar
. .' West Eighth Street ,
Near Steam Laundry
Chris Msrx, Jr., proprietor
a-thing Cleaned, Cclorod end Ko-
paifcd. FecM C.ottung Hcstorca to
Us Original Colo? to Itcok klu ftea
rlophoto Rtl 40-4.
X'ritn Vu rn rilrt llnOmH.
Electric Llchts and Lell.
'HuixExieKK P.1108 , I'ropritlo'S.
1 Rates. II to IS per Way.
IIeadiuarter for Commercial Travelers
ami iiiniii . ,
WHEN OU WANT
a pair or .
AND ONLY WANT
FOR .-THEM, AND
THAT OSE I'KICE A '
T -, . .
Eugene;; . Oregon,
WAKTEO A m el M Whh iKjI R-MTAN'S jrtlt
XtfiM. rr t-nl1 f1" iPolnf III.
Hll.l, Nutt lh vot4 RTFA N ? OO lK pt(ki Md
eipl no tUrtim. K I YA't
. ..i 1.1.' Ill 'L. .114 .
f.trwtrdr In th RlfVMM CttMtlut Co., K. W
rtt, Ntw Vwk.
Perhaps I can be of ncrvice to you.
1 can ticket you over any railroad running
trains out ol Portland; UH you when to leave,
home; v. here to change cars; when you will
reach your destination, and what thcro is to
be seen on the way.
Call or write 1 11 take pleasure in answer
ng your questions.
Omaha. Chicago, Kaaiat City, St Louis and
.i. w 111 '
East am! Scut h
Trains leave Junction City for Portland
and way stntlors ti i-;u a. ni. nuu
1 :37 p. m.
l.v Portland . ::) iiiii . S:'.i0 pin
Lv Junction City . 1 :37 inn 12:-Ml am
Ar Anhland l-:-.'! am 11 :.T am
" Saernmento .. O'lKlpm 4:.wam
" fiafl Francinco. 7:15 pui 8:15 am
A r Ogden 5: 15 am ll:Uani
Peiiver. . . . :uu am :uj aui
" KnnHasCity... '7:25 am 7:23am
" Chicago. 7 :45 am HjliOwn
ArU)H Angeles... 1:20 pm 7:00 am
. ... rt 1..'. . T .if
1,1 i'jjho. . ..... u ;w pui ;oo pi
Kurt Worth... fliUOam 0:;il)flui
f'iiv of Mexico 9:.r)5 am 9:55 am
Hut. BUiti ...... f W r.Il twinm
New Orleans. , 0:25 put 0:25 ptn
vihlti,fi.on. . . U:(K)nm -.11:42 am
New York 12 :4I1 pm 12 :4U pin
PullniBn and, Tourihi cars o;i both
rr.ina. Ciuvir eats f-fleramonlo to Uir-
Ilii nml K.I Pn.no. ninl TouriHt cars to
Chicngo, H. Loui'', ' .New Orleans ana
Connecting ut Han raneinco witn fov-
end Htenrnshir) Hues for Honolulu; Jn-
nun. China.' PhiliPKines, Central and
Fee Mr, L. i'. Moore, agent at junc
tion CKy station, or address '
C. II. MARKHAM, 0, P. A,
Join. Taylor, the photographer, 1ms
located ' hero for1 the whiter and has his
photo tent north of Crain's jewelry
store. Give him a calj. Satisfactory
s. to I9 5 ". "T
A. C. Siulhon, GcnertJ Ap;rot,
Cor. Third aci SurV Sti, rortluid, Ore.
w. w. ooi.ivsnv,
Phyidi iiin t'.nd b.irveon.
Oiliee In i Intel 1'dock. J unction, Or.
PiAMor-n T,on K No. 6, Dkoufr Or
Ho.vort. Me, tn llrit ivn.l third Wednt'S
lays ol each month. Vi.-itiug uiemlmrs
cordially invited to ai'.end.
Mas. C. E N'u.iiui.s, C. of II. ,
Miki iiUAcie pAiiKC.it, Recorder,
Oahu Loiitin No. 41. I. O. )' P. inwt
every Saturday evening. Visitors, in
good stand in:' are invited.
L. R. Mookr, Fecretnry.
Junction City Camp, No. 14(1, Wood
men of tho World, meets every firs', and
third Monday nigftls in the month.
E. O. Samvi'i s, Con. Coin, .
IU . M. MitMoitv, Clerk.
LUCULLUS JXHKiE, No., 52 K, of P.
meets every Thursday eveuin of each
week it li P. M. Knights In good iitamU
ing inviled to attend,
J. D. Hamu.v. 0.0.
C. 1', ll.il'HTOX'. K. R. of f
MILL! ORN 0 A JJ I N N. . O. No. 8,
meets twice every month, Second ami
8 O s-VAUff, . -
President, B Pflit.Mom:, ; .
l'fOt..ri.i.ii IN. I. ul al. In, lull J'.
.1.1111 All ..L'l'.f. ..I .V...', ..... . ,
I.O.f '.K, ntitctf! every Kccond and fourth
Wt.dneh'hij H. , isiting nioinliorfl cor-,
Miss Lena Ponders, N. O;
1 Perl.hu Nichols, lift:. Pec.
Dead Men's .
Good Intentions ;
. never pheltor the homeless
nor feed the hungry. Good nets un fail
lngly produce good 'roHiilts. One of the
best of these in to' join I ho Woodmen of
the World, ntid thereby ptovldc for
these depended tiron yea.' : '