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About Junction City bulletin. (Junction City, Or.) 189?-1901 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 28, 1901)
A. P. BETTERSWORTH, JR.,
Editor and Proprietor.
MISS ANNA OQLESBY,
One year, if paid in Advance 11.50
Six months, ..... I .75
Threo months. ..... $.60
Advertising rates niado known on
fc.uterHl th pocttotttctt t Juuction City
as second class mail matter.
William McKiuley President
Theodore Uoosevclt, Vice President
STATK Or OKKOON.
T. T. Geer - Governor
F. I. Pun bar Secretary of State
Charles S. Moore Treasure!
J. II. Aokemiau School Superintendent
W, 11. Leeds titate Printoi
. W. McBrido Joseph Simon
x . a. Moody Thos. II. Tongue
K. A. Moor R. S. Bean
C. E. Wolverton.
8 COIN l JUDICAL DISTRICT.
J. II. Hamilton Circuit Judie
Geo. M. l'.rown Prosecuting Attorney
II. It. Kineaid
J. U. Mill
II. 1. Edwards
V. V. Withers
K. U. Lee
V. M. Miller
1 P. Burton
CM. Collier .
OUR CLUBBING LIST.
V.'eeklv Oreonian and Bci.tETi.. $2.00
Thrioea-Wetk New York World
nnd BrLLKTlX 2.15
The Weekly Oregonlan and Drumx
f 2 for a year.
Just unblishetl by the Southern Pa
t-ifie Co. is a pamphlet upon me re
sources of Western Oregon, which in
eludes an excellent map of the state, and
contains information ou climate, lands,
education, etc., existing industries tnu
Attention is also directed to such new
fields for energy or capital as promise
'- Tlii- publication fills a need long ex
perienced 1jv Oregonians, ill replying to
inquiries of Eastern friends.
Copies mav he had of local agent S. P.
Co., or from" C. H. M AakHAM '
G. P. A , Portland, Or.
A WISE MAN
From the West
Who intends going East vill see that
bid ticket read by way of Salt Lake
City and the KioGbaxde Westkr! Rail
way in connection with either the Den
ver tk Rio Grande or Colorado Midland
rr.il road?, for these reasons: .First,
most magnificent scenery in America,
en route; second, choice of three dis
tinct routes through tho heart of the
Rocky Monntaius; third.it Is the only
transcontinental line parsing directly
through quaint and picturesque Salt
Lake the City of ihe Saints; fourth,
jerf;ec dining car service; fifth, three
fast through trains daily between Og
ih;n, J)vr and all points East, con-iii.-t.irig
with all trains of the Southern
Pacific, Oregon Railway & Navhfatbn
Comtcny and Oregon Sliort Line; sixth,
through " Pnilnian Take:- and Ordinary
Sleeping Can; from San Francisco,. Port
land, etc,, to Drrnvrr, Omaha and Chi-cak-o.
Theiti ar rn:iny other reagmi.s
why the route through Salt Lake City
ov 'r the Rio Grande Western Railway Is
the Ri'.rt comfortable and enjoyable in
the whole country. By inquiry,: you
can learn a grv3t deal on the subject or
transcontinental tiavel. J. I). Mans
field, General Ayyut, 2"3 Washington
St., Portland, Ore. ; Georgo W. Heintz,
Pa:-senger Agent, Salt Lake
Ti A i LI 10 A 01 X G PA T E NTS .
A sinv'le linn of Patent Lawyers, O. A.
Snov & Co., of Washington, U. C, have
in the last year procure! 1,030 luteals
for their clients, many of them for re
jected inventions. C A Snow &Co. have
been accused cf railroading patents
through tho Patent Office, but they insi t
that this locomotion is better than ox
carting them for by the hitter process
tti' inventor often dies before begets
Snd 50 eenUsfor six nienths'subpcrip
lion to The Illustrated Youth & Age ;
nnd we will also send it free for three
jn Tiths to three of your friends who are
Iiot now taking it.
Address Yocth A Acs Tcr. Co., .
Weekly Oregoniun a:i
.2 a ear,
d Bulletin enly
.Crop' condition In Laue county r
exceptionally favorable at the present
t ' j
In the election of John II. Mitchell,
Oregon once more baa a Senator that in
point of ability has no superior and few
The "despised Mitchellltes," as some
alleged Republicans hereabouts art
pleased to term them, seem to be doinj
pretty well just at the present juncture.
One of the greatest benefits Oregon
will receive from n first-class exhibit at
the PanAnierlcan Exposition will be
emancipation from the shadow of Cali
fornia, in w hose name now many of her
nnest products are put on the market.
When Oregon is known for what she
really is, she will stand second to none
in tho.United States in reputatiou.
t t t
The vanguard of the army of home
seekers that are coming to the Pacific
Northwest this seasou arrived in Tort
land last week. A $30 rate from Chi
cago, with step-off privilege at any
points desired, is the big inducement
that is bringing so many this way. It
is to be hoped that all purchasers of
return tickets via the Southern Pacific
will be granted tho privilege of stopping
off at points through the Williamette
Valley without having to pay extra local
rates. If some inducement of the kind
is not made, this portion of Oregon will
receive but little benefit from this added
immigration, and Washington and East
ern Oregon will gel it all.
Honor to Whom Honor Is Due.
While the "Guard" and "Register"
are airing their personal grievances, as
they did during the State t lection, they
should be just and give credit whore it
is due. Is it not a fact that Mr. S. II.
Friendlr, although not a member of the
Legislature, furnished facts and figures
that in a great measure influenced the
legislative committee to report favor?
ably on the University appropriation
bill and the members to vote for it?
And is it not a fact that Messrs. Friend
ly, Chambers and Woodcock are "en
titled to some credit lor the defeat of
the attempt by Linn county to annex
part of our territory? The Bcturm
does not wish to detract one iota from
the splendid records msde by Repre
sentative Harris and Senators Booth
and Knykendall, at this session, neither
does it want to see those gentlemen who
sacrificed their time and money for the
benefit of the people entirely ignored
when it comes to the bestowal of honors.
With this issue the Bcu.ef.ix begins
the third year of Its existence. It wil
be our aim to give our readers a better
newspaper than in the past, which will
be possible as its patrcnage increase
ar.d to devote its cohimi s to the up
building of Junction City and this por
tion of the Willamette Valley. Thoa
sands of immigrants from the Eastern
States will visit the Pacific Northwest
iu the near future looking for locations
The Bclletijc will endeavor to place be
fore these homescckcrs the advantages
in climate and soil and the wor.derfu
resources of our beautiful Valley. We
hope that our efforts in th!s direction
will be appreciated. We thank those
who have favored the paper with their
patronage In the past, and will try to
deserve a continuance of same.
Communications received from Flat
Creek and llarrinhurg just as wo were
going to press. We aro very sorry they
are too late for this- Ume, as these cor
respondents . always send In good art
ides. Kindly send in all comrnunica
tiom as early as Tuesday of each week
if possible. '
A GENTLE HINT.
In our style of climate, with its sud
den changes of temperature rain
wind and sunshine often intermingled
iu a sinirle day it is no wonder thht
our childien, friends and relatives are
so frequently taken from us by neg
lectcd colds, half the deaths lesulting
directly from this cause. A bottle o
German Syrup kept shout your borne
fir immediate use will prevent serious
sickness, a large doctor a bill, and per
naps, death, by tlia use of throe or ton
doses. For curing Consumption, Hem
orrhages, Pneumonia, Severe Cough
Croup, or any diaoa3j of the Throat or
Lungs, its success is simply wonderful
as your druggist will ti ll you. Get a
sample bottle free from Mueller & Hill
Regular size, 75 cts. Get Green's Prize
Farm for Sale.
Land Ton Sa'lk 480 acres with barn
and out buihlir gs, runrdna water, two or
chardtf, .T) acres in farming land, within
nine miles of Junction City, for lo0)
Inquire of S. TempteCon, M miles
southeast of Junctiou City. No agent.
Woman's $3,50 SHOE
IN THE WORLD.
14 Different Stylos
. OUR .
23TSee ns for prices on
''..Wert Eighth Street
- Near Steam Laundry
CbrU Marx, Jr., Proprietor
Clothing Cleaned, Colored and tie
paired. Faded Clothing Restored to
Its Original Color to Look Like Netu
Ttlmphonm nd 49-4.
(Bourbon mid IJye)
ROYAL OAK and LACEY
(Bourbon and Kye Whiskies)
Fine lane of Imported and I o
. . Junction City . .
WHEN YOU WANT
A PAIR 0V . .
v AND ONLY WANT
FOR Til EM, AND
THAT OSR PKICE A
Eugene, - ' - Oregon.
L-JT w J
Real Estate and
Have farm and timber
Linn and lienton bounties.
Parties having farm or tlmWrlaud.
or any real estate whatever, lor tale, can
get the benefit of having! their lands ad-
veriirfou tree 01 charge by listing saute
wim us. , commission low.
B. S. HYLAND & CO.,
COMPLETE BT0CK Of . .
HIGHEST CASH PRICES
FQIt . . . .
AND OTHER PRODUCE,
STEEL AND CAST RANGES,
COOK STOVES, TINWARE and CUTLERY
... . ALSO THE ...
teieDraiett retaiuma lncnpator arooaer
Griffin Hardware Co., fe:
Of JUNCTION CITY, OREGON.
.Bcan.v:U, Geo. W. PiCKim
President. Vice Preaident.
W. C. W AHI! HtlK.S'K, K. W. Vaiuu bs
Cashier. At Cashier.
Has the beat faeilitii-f? f r bundling the
hanking httirineH A North I -tine
and South P.nton countica.
Board of Director :
J. A. PuMmell, C. W. Wahbnrne
Geu. Pickett. .1. P. Milliorii,
T. A. Milliorn.
A.G. IIovkv, L. G.IIpmx,
Preflident, . Cahler.
P.. II. IIovkv At, Canhier.
A. G. HOVEY & CO.
Tiaiisacta (?enernl hanking biiHincn8.
Established, 1182. OldeHt bank in tho
county. Eugene, Or.
v . a TnBt Marks
Anvorm unndlnu a skefrh nrt dwnrlntlon mn
UUInfily norertnlii our optnUm fren wliotlinr nil
Irivmitlon U prolmlily PutmiUhio. Conmiuiilra.
dont fre. old
l't!itj tiikon tliniuuh wunu A C
Kit'tul rMUst wlttiout clmfu, u tlia
l'tiifj tiikon triruUKh Wunu A to. rul74
n. t)ttMt HUfiimv foi ntitirliiir britciiiLH.
A handnnmety lllnatraMsd wookly. Lnwont e'f.
oulhUon of liny tulvnUtig l'iiirnl. Term., lit
rein four Montiii, il Hjia bjrftil DAWsnoiiion.
Urttucfi cn:w, oa F BU WattiliiLtoa,
lands for salo in Lane,
Persons living at a distance and dciif
ing information In regard to prices of
lands, resources, or any facts at all in
ronuoetlon with thin part of the Wil
Inniett Valley, write to ,
Junction City. Oro.
JSticccMor to J. 0, Rhioeharl.
nythtn yn Inrmit ertmprMrj alo K'l
CAVT,T(f0E.liBK. COPfHICMTor OEJlbM
PR0lCTIOK. Hinl wo let, fckcltU.orpbnW.
for tru. fcmtntlin tiil 1v(c,
BOOK OS PATENTS ""owJi
TiiUmt Uwyor. WASHINGTON. O.C.
TAULETS, INK and
Cameras & Supplies
.'. AMATEUR and '
'prIuil orders vill reeeivfl
prouint attention. Writ to un
for further imrllculars.
." IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
f Ilonflicaaonixa 'a Sntcui.Tv jttfjl
Corner Fifth und Greenwood Bts.,
Junction City, Oregon.