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About Junction City bulletin. (Junction City, Or.) 189?-1901 | View Entire Issue (March 28, 1901)
A. P. BETrERSWOKTH, JR.,
Editor and Proprietor.
MISS ANNA OOLESBY,
Oho year, if paid in Advance
Six months, . . - - - f
Throe mouths, - $
Advertising rates made- known on
ixtered the po-stothee at Janet ion City
as second class mail matter.
R;F; Baker &:Co.
Week'y Oregoniiin and PnxEnv.. .f2.00
Thrleei-WeeSc Now York World
and UCU.ETIX 2.13
The Porthnd TeWram advises the
use of a garden hoe and ntk as a substi
tute for sarsaparilla nui patent modi-
inia for th blood.
lion. S. II. Friendly ia prominently
mentioned for the mayoralty of Euem?. j
A good choice. But what's the matter
with making him a State Senator?
Electric Lights Assured.
There have Wen remark? going around
about the electric li:hl proposition full
ing through on account of non-support
in Harriaburg. While for a time it
looked as though a sufficient number of
subHcribtvra could not be. secured there
U warrant the promoters in going ahead
with the enterpiise, the req'mitf
Eupport ha3 now been secured nd there
is nothing ttandiug in the ay of the
two cities being lit up by electricity.
Mr. E. E. Upmeyer, of Harrison rg,
one of tlie promoters, who w as in to wn
yesterday, said that the scheme was to
incorporate as a stock company, and
that the citizens of Junction and ILir
risburg would be invited to sulcribe
for stock. The estimated cost of Ihe
plant in $10,000. It may cost a little les.
The stock' will" be $10 a share. Where
it is practicable, subt-cribers will be al
lowed to pay for their stock in work
fn theplautor in materia! furnished in
constructing same. Subscribers tor
eto-:k in amounts from $10 to $100 aro
preferred, as this would allow a greater
number to become shareholder?, m that
the consumers would be practically the
owners of the plant. One goo.l teature
about this plan is, that when a consumer
is al.no a stockholder betakes more in
terest in the enterprise and id less liable
to quit being a consumer.
Mr. Upmeyer said that the undertak
ing is assured, whether any one sub
Mcribe for stock or Dot, but that it
would bo a great deal bettei for the
future maintenance of th plant if all
the merchants-subscribed for stock.
There isn't any doubt but t!iat this
plan to give the consumers an opportu
nity to become stockholders is a good
one, and should receive auppotl from
the business men of both towns Let
us have the lights. A majority of the
business men and residents are in favor
JRanJ Estate &
EUGENE and JUNCTION CITY
The Lending Real Estate Dealers of Lane
We have a largs list of some of the best bargains in Lane county ami other
parts of the Valley, which we will rhow those looking (or homes at our own ex
pense. Tane n httik with us. If we don't do you any good we will do you no
harm, lloml a description of souie of our choice places:
8,i miles no'th cf Junction City ; nil
good level land and good soil a portion
covered with timhur and brush; ?a-mile
South and East
Trains leave Junction City for Portland
mid way nations at .'Llldn. in, and
,v Tortlaml h:;(U8M f;;;upm
.v Junction City. 1 ;M pm 12: hi am
Ar Ashland l'2'.Vt am U ::i5 am
Sacramento fi'lOpm fiiWIam
San Franeiaco. 7:4ft pm M '.ft tin
So. 143. WO acres of land, situate
two tniles north of Junction City; 200
acres in cultivation; about 20 acred
wood and timber; two houses and two
barns, very fair buildings; school-hou
within !t00 yards of one of the build
ings; this Is a No. 1 land, and consid
ered one of the best places in Lane
No. 141. 320 acres of land, four miles
from Junction City ; two sets of build
ings on the place; 100 acres or more
good farm land for cheat, oats and some
to school house.
Ar Ogden ,.
good wheat land ; this is a gtxkl stock or
ilairy ranch, watered by the lAing low
Kiveronthe west, the i .river being the
west line of the place.
l'rice f 3,100
No. 147. 70 acres of land 1 miles
from Junction City, on the Eugene road ;
no buildings; most nil in cultivation
and good quality of land.
No. 150. SO acres on the river road to
Eugene, 2 miles from Junction City;
this is nearly all river bottom land ;
gotwl buildings ; plenty of fruit ; a choice
No. 151. So acres; 15 acres in culti
vation; old buildings; some good fruit:
We have some good bargains near Eugene, and in
ties. Call on or address
No. 150. 33 acres of the very best of
land. 2 milet north of Junction City;
nearly all in cultivation; rented this
season for t00; rent goes with the place.
No 153. 100 rcres of land, 8,l' miles
south of Junction City: nearly all in
cultivation ; iair buildings.
No. 100. (17 acres of land, one mile
from city limits: all in cultivation ;
choice land; no buildings; will sell in a
bod? or divido up n small tracts to suit
purcnasers at reasonaue prices.
No. 103. 200 acres rf land, 2.Sf miles
southwest from Juut tier. City ; 125 acres
in cultivation ; buildings old, but good
land; this is a bargain at 14,200.
No. 170. 420 acres of land, 3 miles
north of Junction City; 200 acres river
bottom land; 200 aeres in cultivation;
two bouses and herns on the place; 'i-
mile to fectiool. This is a bargain at lo
Linn and Penton coun
R. R BAKER k CO.
Junction City, Oregon,
OiTtee Up-Statr in Gilmore Hid., next tlo.r to "H.illetin" Omcc.
IV. V. OGLEt-P.Y,
Physician and Surgeon.
Office in Hotel liirck. Junction. Or.
A hop contract was f day filed with
tho county clerk wherein J. It. Cart
wright agrees to sell UU.OOO pounds of
1 ops froui his yard in Lane county, just
across the Wili imette river from liar
jisbur, to Lilienthal T-ros., for 10 cents
per pound Guard, March 25.
W. L. Wright 1ms a new stock of wall
paper of the latent and prettiest designs.
Now is the timo to repaper y.ur bouse.
J. JI. Miller will be glad to have you call
and see these new patterns. No matter
what your tat-te, von should be able to
choose something to suit from among so
tiiauy beautiful patterns.
The Executive Committee of the Lane
Coiiiitv Sundav-kehool Association met
in Eugene March 15, and decided to bold
the countv convention in Eugene on the
2d and 3d of May. All district presidents
a e requested to hold district conventions
prior t the 1st of May.
Secretary of Lane County Sunday-school
A GOOD THING.
German Svrun is the special
A Dr. A. Soirchee,
a c-iehrateu tn-.r-
man I'hvsician, and is acknowledged to
Ihj one of the most foriiinute discoveries
in medicine. It q-jickly cures Coughs,
Cu' auit all iMWi troubles of the se-
verest nature, removing, as it does, the
tauecof the nffection f.nd lenving hc
pats in a. strong and healthy condition,
it is not an experimental medicine, but
has stujd the P;"t of year, giving satis
faction in every rase, which its ivpidly
ii.crea.-iiig sale every s; ason confirms.
TwO million battles sld aniiUally. l'v
tehee's German Syrup was introduced
in the United States in IS'W, and is now
fold in es-ery town and village in the
civilized world. Three doses will re
lieve any ordinary cough. Prize 75 els.
For gale' by .Mueller & Hill. Get Green's
Notice to Taxpayers.
The lDOOasfiessment rolls are now Open
' for the payment of taxes.
XV. W. WITHERS,
fiheriff cf Lane county, Or.
Do You Know
Seattle Fruit & Produce
COMPANY, OF EUGENE,
pavs the highest cash price for poultry,
eggs, veal and nil kinds of farm produce.
Trict s this w eek : Chickns,7c per pound;
veal, 7c ; geese, (ic ; durks, 7c.
Don't forget the place Mb Street, next
door to Soap factory.
West Eighth Street
Near Steam Laundry
Chris Marx, Jr., Proprietor
Clothing Cleaned, Colored and Re
paired. Faded Clothing Restored to
Its Original Color to Look Like fieo
Tefopfiona Rati 49-4,
(Bourbon and Eye)
ROYAL OAK and LACEY
(Bourbon and Hye Whiskies)
Line Line of Imported and
. . Junction City . .
Eugene, - Oregon
VINCENT & CO.
TOILET ARTICLES, etc.
Folid VcsLibuled Trains, consisting of
Palace lefing Cars, luxurious Dining
Cars, elegant Dav Coaches and magioll
cent Tourist Curs, to and from all point
Lowest rates to and from all parts of
Europe via Atlantic Hcamship Lines.
ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIP LINE
7 r2." nm
7 ;2A am
Ar Los Angsles.. . 2:00 pm
El raso u:00 pm
" Eort Wort In .. fl:3nt
o :,,. ,,f (,.vl...l 1 lo
Houston 7:00 tn
New Orleans. . C :IU pm
4 Now York 12:10 pm
0 ;(H) pm
7 :00 am
l'ullmim and Tourist cars on IkiiIi
trains. Chair cars Sacramento to Og'
bn and I'd l'aso. ami 'lourist cars t
Chiengo. St. liu, New Orleans and
Connecting at San Srnncisco with sov'
era! steams tin line for Honolulu. Ja
nan. China. J'bilippuie. Central and
Sei agent at Junction City ttatton,
C. II. MAHKHAM. O. P. A.
Shortest & Quickest
St. Paul, DulutH, Min
And All IVmU EAst.
Throagh Palocs and Tourist Sleepers
Dining & Buffet Smoking Library Cars
DAILY TRAINS; FAST TIME;
SERVICE & SCENERY UN EQUALED
am UNION PACIFIC
9 A. M.
W I. M.
via II unt-
0 1'. M.
Salt l akf, Dinner,
I t. Worth. Ouitt
ha, Kum-ioj City,
St. LouU, Chi
cago and EftHt,
Suit LiikV, Ivnver,
H. Worth, Unrt
St. L4)lt. Chi
t iigo nlid Ent.
Wnlla I Id"; Lew
tin, St. I'vl. !
Chiengo c Fant.
7 A. M.
Ocean &River Schedule
8 P. M.
10 P. M.
0 A. M.
a : Hi A to
All Pulling Date
IMlbjt'Ct t fhlMlgO,
For San rruncim).
Sil every 5 day.
To Astoria and
Orcpm City, New.
berg, Stdeio, In
a t ' . '
Oren City, Day
ton and Way-
Lijaria to Ix-win-ton.
4 1. M.
4 P. M.
E. F. THAYLH, Agent.
Canadian - Australian
It will pay you to apply for raten and
H. H. Abbott, Agent,
142 1 St., Portland, Or.
E. J. Coyi.s, A. O. P. A.,
Vancouver, B. C.
Well, if you are going to
Eugene, t-top at
on Willamette fdreet, four doors fioulh
of the Hotel Eugene, where you '
will (hid the liiient line of
in the Willamette Valley.
, W. WADDLE, Trop.
Farm for Sale.
T.ivr itad Q 1 1 n Iftfl afna trllli lifirn
and out buildinge, running water, two or
chardfs,,85 acreH in farming land, within
nine wiiles of Junction City, for (1000.
Inquire of ri. Templcton, 1 miles
southeaiit of Junction City, fco agent.
Tickets to point Fan vlii Portland
and the Ukkat Nokthkhm Bv. on mile at
Southern Pacific Depot Ticket olllce, or
CllKAT Noutiikr.n Tiikct llice,
iaa THIRD ST.,
For P.ate, FohUr ami full infortna-
tion re'jirdinj hawtoru triji, call on or
A. P.. C. DFNNISTON,.
City TaHd. and Ticket Agent, IW.land.
Free Sample Room.
Electric Lights and lJclls.
1 loi.i k,n iiki k BitoH , Proprietors.
Iiatei, 1 to X'2 K r D.iy,
Hcad'iuartiT for Commorchil Travclcra
and Mining Men.
Eugene, - . Oregon,
w.ii i 1 m i pwp'wtil"y y
n ' f, r - il ii irt i liiif'r- 1 If . -
Mmiifi in mam m mm, mm tMm
i is 8,00
0 lilas Long
The Burlington Route ranks among the
greatest of the world's railroads.
Over 8,ooo miles long; employing 35,ooo
men; reaching 1,300 towns and cities in the
eleven states traversed by its lines; having
through-car arrangements which extend more
than half way across the continent and earn
estly striving to give its patrons absolutely
unequaled service, it 13 the line xOU should
select, next time you go east.
Omahn, Chicago, Kansas City. St. Louis and
EVERYWHERE beyond, '
A. C. Sheldon, General Agent,'
Cor. Third and Stark Sty., Portland, Ore.
HOW TO TRAVEL
Information for the Public.
'n fielectina your route to the East
you cannot afford to overlook the advan
tages and comforts Offered by the Itio
Grande WeHteru Railway in counectiou
with the Denver & Kio (irando and Col
orado Midland llailroadH. It la Ike only
transcontinental line pawing directly
through Rait Lako City, and in addition
to the glimpse it affords of tho Temple
City, the Great Salt. Lako, tho Halt Pal
ace, and the piclurcHqus Utah Valley, it
offers choice of nix distinct routes to tho
Lata and tho most lungnitlccnt scenery
in tho world. A double daily train ser
vice and through Pullman Palace and
ordinary Bleeping car, free reclining
chair car and a perfect dining car nor
vico aro now in operation via theso linH.
For pamphlftH dcHcrlptivo of tho
"Great Halt Lako lioute," apply to
J. D. Mansfield, Gonornl Agent, 2.r3
Vt Hfihington, Portland, or to Geo. W,
Hointr., Acting General Passenger Agent,
Salt Lako City. . . ' ,
Weekly Orcgonian and UuixtrriN only
March in proving the old adage. It
came in like a lamb and ie guing out like