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About Junction City bulletin. (Junction City, Or.) 189?-1901 | View Entire Issue (March 14, 1901)
An Independent Newspaper.
A. P. BETTERSWORTH, JR.,
Editor and Proprietor.
MISS ANNA OQLESBY,
One year, If paid in I. dvance $1.50
mx months, $.75
Three months, $ .50
Advertising rates made known on
iutered thopoHtofficeat Junction City
as second claas mail matter.
OUR CLUBBING LIST.
Weekly Oregonisn and Brturnx.. $2.00
Thrloe-a-Week New York World
and Bcm-ktix 2.15
Just published by the Southern Pa
cific Co. is a pamphlet upon the re
sources of Western Oregon, which in
cludes an excellent map of the state, and
contains information on climate, lands,
education, etc., existing industries and
Attention is also directed to such new
fields for energy or capital as promise
fa.r return. . - .
This publication fills a need long ex
perienced tv Oregonians. in replying to
inquiries of Eastern friends.
Copies may be had of local agent S. P.
Co., or from C. H. MxakHAM
G. P. A Fortland, Or.
Co-Operation Will Win.
The Euuene papers are awaking to a
realization -of the importance of doing
somethirg to advertise the resources of
Lane county to the vast number ot im
wierants who are flocking to Oregon
and Washington from the East. The
Register" of ?arch 8, under the head
ing, "Our Opportunity," after compar
ing the growth in population and the
disnlaveJ by the citizens of
"Washington, California and Oregon, to
the hitter's discreditand the advantages
in soil, climate and products of these
States, to Oregon's credit, says:
' "Lane county is entitled to a share of
these new arrivals, provided we make
an effort to secure them. Of the thou
sands who have arrived in Portland,
perhaps not over twenty of them have
visited Lane county. Just now we
should have a wiae awake representative
in Portland armed with the right kind
of literature, and thereby let the world
kno-.v that Lane county is the cream of
tho Pacific coast. Lane county could
tnt spend a few hundred dollars to bet
ter advantage than by extending the
right kind of invitation to the incoming
For the paBt six or seven weeks the
Bulletin haa been carrying a page of
matter descriptive of Lane county and
Junction City, and mailing copies of the
paper to Eaetern parties as fast as we
have been able to procure names and
Probably some of our readers have
wondered why we have printed the page
of matter referred to from week to week.
The reason is that lonj ago we were as
sured of the fact that Oregon and its
great undeveloped resources was attract
ing more than usual attention iu he
Eastern States, and that a great exodus
from those States to this Coast would
take place this spring, and we believed
that a page devoted to a description of
Tana countv. ulaced in the hands of
thcee home-seekers, would do more good
and oe of greater benefit to Junction
City and vicinity than any other matter
we could publish. The great , numbers
ot home-seekers that are being brought
into the State now daily are proof posi
tive of the wisdom of our course. We
are receiving from one to three letters
by each mail from people in Minnesota,
North and South Dakota, Wisconsin,
Iowa, Nebraska, Michigan und other
Eastern States asking for prices of land,
variety of products grown, etc.
All of these letters are being promptly
answered, and we are satisfied that b&
fore many weeks our efforts in thisdirec
tion will be appreciated by the citizens
of Junction. With electric lights,
good sewer eyftem and the water ditch,
Junction City's future would be bright
indeed, and the price of property would
Let us have these improvements before
the coming fall sea-on rolls around.
LIST OF PATENTS
Granted to Pacific States inventors this
week. Reported by C. A. Snow k Co
Patent Attorneys, Washingson, D. C
C. A. Chrietonsen. Oretown, Or., ore
concentrator ; D. B. Fleck, Portland, Or.,
electric attachment for elevators.
For copy of any of above patents, send
ten cents in pontage stamps with date of
this naner to C. A. Snow & Co., Wash
ington, D, C,
A Chinese firm has made contracts for
50,000 barrels of Oregon and Washing
ton flour per month for the China trade.
So the much-talked of Oriental trade is
fast becoming a reality.
Hon. L. T. Harris was able to put his
clothes on, for the first time since lie has
been sick, this afternoon. Guard, Mar.
9. It the herois work he did at Salem
in the Lane-Linn boundary matter b
what made Lawrence sick, he can eon
sole himself with the fact that the editor
ot the Brownsville Times is suffering
from the same malady, only in a more
In another column will be fottnd the
proposition ot the Albany company that
wishes to put in the electric light plant.
There seems to be a difference of opinion
among the business men on the ques
tion. As the voters are supposed to be
men who are capable ot forming their
own opinions on questions that appeal
directly to their own interests, the But
letix will sot undertake to influence
thorn pro or con in the matter.
An Oregon Industry.
One ot the lesser industries of Oregon
is gathering chittam wood brk in the
forests bordering the Willarnetto valley.
This is known chemically as cacara fa
grada, or holy birk, and is the bark of
the California buckthorn, Rhamnu
purshianus. Though it is generally
supposed by eastern pharmaceutist
that all this bark is gathered in Califor
nia, it is a fact that the chief supply
comes from Oregon. Some few years
ago a poor quality of bark was sent e-t
as a sample of the Oregon product,
which gained for this state the reputa
tion of producing nn interior article.
Hence, it follows that California Is now
being credited with producing what
really comes from Oregon, since the
name, and not the quality, is the nil in
ail with such wonderfully scietifie gen
tlemen as manufacturing chemists, as
well as common mortals.
A GENTLE HINT.
In our stylo of climate, with its sud
den changes of temperature rain,
wind and sunshine often iutcrmit-nled
in a single day it is no wonder that
our children, friends and relatives are
so frequently taken from us by neir
lected colds, half the deaths resulting
directly from this cause. A bottle of
German Syrup kept alwut your home
tor immediate use will prevent serious
sickness, a large doctor's hill, and jier-
haps death, by the use of throe or four
doses. For curing Consumption, Hem
orrhages, Pneumonia, Severe Cough.
Croup, or any diseasjof the Throat or
Lungs, im success is simply wonderful
as your drugict will- tell you,!' Gets
sample bottle free from' Mueller k Hill.
Regular aire, to cts. Get Green's Prize
Southern Can orris.
Notable among the pleasures afforded
by the Shasta Route is the winter trip
to Southern California and Arizona
Renewed acquaintance with this section
will ever develop fresh mints of interest
and added sources of enjoyment, under
its sunny skies, in the variety of its In
dustries, in its prolific ve-.-etation and
among its numberless resorts of moun
tain, shore, valley and plain.
The two daily Shasta trains from
Portland to Calif ornia have been re
cently equipped with the most approvid
pattern of standard and tourist sleeping
cars, but the low rates of fare will still
continue in effect.
Illustrated guides to the winter re
sorts of California and Arizona may btj
had on application to
C. U. MARKHAM, G. P. A.,
John Tavlor, the photographer, has
located here for the winter and has his
photo tent north of Grain's jewelry
store Give him a call. Satisfactory
Notice for Publication.
United Slates Land Office,
RoHRnciu), Oh., February 21, 1901.
Notice is hereby given that in compli
ance with the provisions of the act of
Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled "An
act for the hhIh timber lands hi the
States of California, Oregon, Nevada
and Wellington Territory," as extended
to all the Public Land States by act of
August 4, 18.)-',
CLAYBORN P. HOUSTON,
of Junction City, County of Lane, State
of Oregon, has this day filed in this
office bin sworn statement, No. 1459, for
the purcha of the lots 9, 10, 15, Id, of
Section No. 21, in' Township No. 10 S,
llamas No. 7 W, and will effer proof to
show that the land sought is more valu
able for its timber or stone than for
agricultural purposes, end t' establish
his claim to xuid hind before the Regis
ter and Receiver of this oliice, at Rose
burg, Oregon, on Friday, the Wth day
of May, 1901.
He names as witnesses : Edward Bai
ley, of Junction City, Oregon ; B. 8, Hy
land, of Junction City, Oregon ; D. Gold
son, of Goldxon, Oregon ; John Goldxon,
of Goldson, Oregon.
Any und all persons claiming adverse
ly the above-described lands are re
quested to file their claims in this office
on or before said 10th day of May, 1901.
J. T. Uuwm, Register.
W. W. OGLKSBY,
Thysician and Surgeon.
Office in Hotel Block. Junction, Or.
Lodge - Directory
Oasis Lonoa No. 41.1. 0.O F. meet
every Saturday evening. Visitors, in
good standing are invited.
W. M. Twrr, N. O.
L. B. Moor, Secretary,
unction City Camp, No. 44, Wood
n of the World, meets every flrsV and
third Monday nights in the month.
E. O. SAMUEL, Con- Com.
H. m. iuiu.ioatt, v ler.
LUCULLU LOlHiri.No,, M Jv. o(T.
mMi every Thumlav evenlu ot each
u-.ioW a It 1 f Vl..lita in i-nml tmiil.
Ing invited to attend,
It tt . . . .
O. P. HocsToy. K. R.of 8.
VINCENT k CO.
' DRUGs, MEDICINES,
TOILET ARTICLES, etc.
West Eighth Street
Near Steam taundry
Chris Marx, Jr., Pprtoior
Girthing Cleaned, Colored and Re
paired. Faded Nothing Restored to
Its Original Color to. book Like Hem
rpAt Hmd 49-4
i vsWell, it you are going to
Eugew?itpfct, , v . . ,4, . t
on Willamrtte street, four doors south
of the Hotel F.ugene, where you
will dud the ttnest line of
in the Willarnetto Valley.
W. WADDLK, Trop.
nythtaf yon Invent or Improve I alo get
CftVEAMlUOE-MABK. COPYttlCHTor DESflN
PROTECTION. Send model, eketcb.or Jiboto.
for free examination nd advice.
ECQKC PATENTS LV.r
Patent Uwyers. WAS H I N GTO N.D.C.
( Bourbon and It ye)
ROYAL OAK and LACKY
(Bourbon and Itye Whiskies)
Fine Line of Impjr.rted and To
. , Junction City . .
Do You Know
Seattle Fruit & Produce
COMPANY, OF EUGENE,
pays'the highest caidi price for poultry,
et'iis, veal and all kinds of farm produce.
Prices this week: CWckens,7c per poand ;
veal, 7c ; geese, 6c : ducks, 7c.
Don't forget the place-8th Street, next
door to Soap factory.
Weekly Oregonian and Bulletin enly
$2 a year.
Eaot and South
Trains leave Junction City for Portland
ami way stations at atfu a. m. and
1:37 p. mand for Fan Frauclseo
and way lUtloni at 1 :4d a.m. and
Lv Portland 8 :W) am 8 sSO pm
.v Junction City. 1:37 tun 12:4(1 am
Ar Ashland ...... 12:23 ant 11:30 am
Pacrsmento .. ft -00 pm 4;33am
Kan Franclsro. 7:45 im 8:15 am
en 6:45 am 11:45 am
r Lx A uttcles, , . 1 :'J0 pm
7 ;0U am
4 :00 am
6 :25 pm
FA Inth (t:(M i.m
Fort Worth... '6:30 ant
" City of Mexico V :55 am
Houston 4 :00 am
New Orleans,, 6:25 pm
New York 12:43 pm
Pullman and Tourist cam on both
trains. Chair cars Sacramento toOir-
den and F.I Pa), and Tourist cars to
Chicago, St. Lotw, New Orleans and
Connecting at Kan Francisco with lev
eral steamship lines for Honolulu, Ja
pan, China, l'lillipplties, Uentral and
See Mr. Mark Montgomery. aent at
Junction Ciiy station, or address
C. H. MAUKHAM, (LP. A.,
1 'oi t land, Oii'tfi'ti.
Shortest & Quickest
St. Paul, Duluth, Hin
And All Points ICast.
Throagh Palaas and Tourist Sleepers,
Dining & Buffet Smoking Library Cars
DAILY TRAINS FAST TIME j
SERVICE k SCENERY UNEQUALEI)
- Tickets to points East via Portland
and the (1iat North rN Kv. ou sale at
Southern Pacific Depot Ticket olllce, or
CIkkat Noanuas Ticket c.Ulco,
taa THIRD 5T.,
For Rates, Folders and full informa
tion regarding Eastern trip, call on or
A. It. C. DENMSTOX,
City Pass, and Ticket Agent, Portland.
Are You Goin
Perhaps I can be of service to you.
I can ticket you over any railroad running
trains out of Portland; tell you when to leave
home; where to change cars; when you will
reach your destination, and what there is to
be seen on the way.
Call or write I '11 take pleasure in answer
ing your questions.
Omaha, Chicago, Kansas City, St. Louis and
SALT LAKfi CITY.
An Important Factor In Transconti
No one crossing the continent can af
ford to rut Salt Lake City from his
route, The attractions of the place, In
cluding the Mormon Temple; Taoernnc.le
and Church Institutions, the (Jreat Salt
Lake deader and denser than the Dead
Sea In the Holy Land the picturesque
environment and the Warm Sulphur and
Hot Springs nrj greater to the sriniwe
yard than any locality on the American
Tho Rio Grande Western Railway,
0 P. M.
Salt Ike, Denver,
Ft. Worth, (turn
St: Louk Chi
eiCo and East.
Ft. Worth, Omn
ha, Kaunas City,
St. lmia, Chi
'at;o and East,
lis, St. Paul, Du
Ocean & River Schedule
All Sailing Datet
For San Francisco.
Sail every 5 days.
8 P. M.
4 P. M,
10 P. M.
To Astoria and
trejfu City, New
IxTif, Suh tti, In
fl A. M.
7 A. M.
3 -.30 P. M
Oregon City, Day
u and Way
I.uudinuit. SHAKC HIVLR
Kiparto to Ials
E. F. Til AY Kit, Agent.
Centrally Located, ... ,
Free Sample Rooms.
Electric Lightl and Belli .
Hoi lkshim-k 15koi4., Proprietor.
Rates, f 1 to 2 jn;r Day.
Headquarters for Commercial Traveler!
and Mining Men.
A. C. Shildon, General Agent,
Third and Stark Sts., Portland, Ore.
connecting rn the East with the Denver
k Rio Grande and Colorado Midland rail
ways and on the Went with the South
ern Pacific (Central Route) and Oregon
Short Lino, Is the only transcontinental
line pasniirg directly through Salt Lake
City. The routo thrmiuh Salt LnkeCity
via the Rio Oraiule W esteru Railway is
famous nil the year round. On acccunt
of tho equable climate of Utah ni:d Col
orado it la jiiHt as popular in winter as n
summer. Send 2u to J. D. Mans luld,
253 Washington, Portland, or toOeorgo
W. IU Intz, O. P. A., Salt J-nke City, for
a copy of "L-alt Lake Citythe City of
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