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JUNCTION CITY, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1901
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Me TO $7.00.
7? QSSvgi PiOWS
13 &:iPcH-r Stoves & Emmas 1
Applications of cretonne flowers seem
to bo more than .holding their own In
thn spring things.
Tho long, tdmplo" underskirt vv ith nar
row rufhVs i the smartest thing pos
sible !or suim-r gowns.
Louis XV coat with little basques
are promised among tho now thirgs.
They will bo made with fancy jvms of
: the "mne epoch.
Guipure seems to bo tha trimming for
''the lithient and daintiest summer
The newest shoves Imvo wry lone
.-vwsieevos, ecucotv shoeing tho under
tdoeves; but tho? are Bhudmd cttheed
bow so as to let tho nndorslecvo of lace
or of inoiisselino do Hoio peep out thero.
Muslin gowns are being mado with
flounces of color an. for instanco, ft
white mufdin with paw Idne rutlk'S.
QwiU-tho lat-Ht thinjr in tho trimming
of loimnu r frowns is tho lavish nm of
Jwo kinds of lace.
Tho ptvtOft eummor hnt, to far, nro
tnadoof what the Itoik-Ii cull "crin"
what wp tali horsohatr, Mi do For
est's lettor in tho March Ladies' Home
Tho now ifisuo of school bonds by tho
.city of Eugone uro finding a roaily
We call the nttontion of our readcra
to tho unnounconiont, on liiHt pago, of
the oponing of tho Southern PadhVa
Cou&t Lino, March 31. Thi-f in without
doubt tho flnoHt anenic railway in tho
world. For a distanco of 400 miles it
ruur within sight of tho l'ar.iile ocoun,
most ol tho tirno not over o0 to 100 yards
from tho houoh, and, a tho announcu
inonteuys, "through tho most varied,
picturoacjuo and entertaining Kunos on
tho continent." To those who huvo
novor Boon seals, pelicans, sea gnlla and
all manner-of trango inhabitants of
tho migiity dop, aH well us to those to
whose oyou apricot, orange, lemon and
ollvo orehanla and Kngllsh walnut
groves, aro strange, a rido over this line
would bo interesting indeed.
Read U. sTflyland & Uo.'s ad. in this
issue, s ,
3o INCHES WIDE, 8c YD.
Suits and Skirts
A New Train to St. Louis.
The popularity of tho St. Ixmis gate
way is emphasised by tho announce
ment on tho part of the Burlington
Kotito that it will edUblinh additional
train w rvico between Denver and Pt.
Louis May 5. The new train will leave
Jienver at 2:30 p.m., arriving at St.
Louis tho next day at ft p.m, duplirat
Ing tho itervico now offered by tho Bur
liuiiton U'lwcfco Denver and Omaha.
Orders have been placed for new equip
ment, and tho "St. Iuis Special, " a?
it will ho called, will have many attrac
tive features that have heretofore been
unknown to the traveling public. .
If you ate in no ppeeial hurry, let us
suggest that you go East via San Fran
cisco. It costs no more than by on of
the direct routes. Tho ride through the
Willamette Valley is Interesting, and
Mount rhasta is beautiful. San Fran
olsco in tho most fascinating of American
cities. Stilt Lake City ia n nice place to
inend a day. Then thero is tho ride
through econta Colorado. At Denver
you tuko tho Burlington and go East on
a magnificently oquipped train, over a
track and rondbed that has no Buperior
anywhere in tho country.
Pianos and Organs. '
Wo are receiving flno now Pianos and
Organs direct from the factories nt Bos
ton New York and Philadelphia. Our
pianos aro bought, nt special cash dis
count. We are tho solo representatives
for Oregon, and by these methods can
sell you a lino Piano or Organ cheaper
than any onu.
W'o have piatms with full metal plate,
full extension duet desk for from $235
in). All our goods nro warranted by
lvohler and .Chase, tho oldest and largest
Mm io house on tho coat. Instruments
sold on installments. Come in and see
them. Morris & CuAW,
9th Str, Eugene.
County commissioners or tho county
courts of the various counties in the
ttato aro now empowered by a bill
passed by tho legislature to construct
bicycle paths and tax all cyclists who
U80 thorn $1 a year.
The Weekly Orerronian and the Uut
t.KTiN for t- a year.
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01 JUNCTION CITY, OREGON
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President. Vice President.
W. C. WAdiiutBSK, F. W. Wabiuicks
Cashier. Asst Cashier.
Ua tho best facilities for handling the
banking bnisncHS of North Lane
and 8outh Benton counties.
Board of Directors
J. A. Buhncll, C. W. Washburoe
Geo. Pickett, J. P. Jlilliorn,
T. A. Milliorn. -
A. G. Hover, L.O.Uvus,
B. II. Ilovev Asst. Cashier.
A. G. II0VEY & CO.
Ttansacta general banking business.
Establish, 1882. Oldest bank in the
county. Kngoue, Or.
TABLETS, INK and
PENCILS, ETC. ...
Cameras & Supplies
ron thb ?
AMATEUR and '
iCCir'M.rtil orders w:!i rfecire
prompt attention. Writo to na
for further particulars.
Woman's $ g(y SHOE
IN THE WORLD.
14 Different Stylea
SOLE AGENT, '
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IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
23"" HonssanoKiNa a Specialty jg&
Corner Fifth and Greenwood Sta.,
Junction City, . .. Oregon.
, EUGENE, OREGON.
Just Received .
A Large Assortment of
Pattern and street
Ladies' TailorMade Suits
Mail Orders Receive
DOST OVERLOOK OUU
If you are thinkins: of
SEPARATOR, ask the
Plf W TT TT"
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Junction City and Portland,
ir Wo carry a Full Lino of"
m We uro
GRIFFIN HaRDWARE COHP'Y,
DO YOU WANT
If so, yon will find no place
where you can buy a first
class instrument nt a dower
price than at tho F. A. Rr.u
kin Music Store.
We carry a very larjo line
of Sheet Music and all kinds
of Musical Goods; and wo
promise you fair dealing and
tho lowest prices.
5ST All Sheet Music sold
at hah" price.
Mail orders will receive
F. 'A. '-RANKIN
. MUSIC STORE,
EUGENE, - OREGON
Subscribe for tho Dcllkti.s,
buying another make of
agent to put this in . . .
I It must run aa Ikht as the REID.
I It must skim as liot as the KRIIr.
I It must skim an e tta tho If PTIi
I It must skim an l'Ioka ah th l:nl)
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i uiuek ih; as uuruoie as xne lit.ii'.
It must skiai an much as tbo Iih.ll).
It must have as few parts as t he HE ID.
It must be as eaay to clean as the HEID.
It must have as small a bowl as the REI I)
It mustmake ns much butter astbe REID
It must clean the milk as V'ood a? the
It mut produce as gootl cre.:im" as the
No Small Tubes! No Screw Top!
1 No PkiwI Vice! No Hand Wrench! t
So complicated parts ! .No worriaient!
Every Machine Guaranteed.
Sole Agents for Oregon
Wagcns, John Deere Plows
liaudquartere for . . .
ass? Lo?Xiajj Supplies
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