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About Junction City bulletin. (Junction City, Or.) 189?-1901 | View Entire Issue (April 11, 1901)
A. P. BETHIRSNN ORTtl.
Editor and Proprietor.
.MISS ANNA OQLUSBY,
One roar, if paid in Ad a:u ?
..rve r.;c:it:.s. - -
Advertising rates made known u
k.r.tred the postorbct- at Junction
as second class mail if alter.
OCR Cl.l'lilUNU LIST.
Veck'v Oregon La n and RiLum. 12.00
ThrU-eVWeek New York sVorid
ar-d Returns --15
Weekly Crop Bulletin.
V. S. Pepaktkest or Aiskktutbe,
roiiUASU. Apiil S.
The week ending Aprii S has been
unseasonably cold, wet ami clou ly. In
the western part ot" trie Sute the rain
fill has leen excessive, while in the
eastern portion the amount is not so
creat. but it was mostlv in the form of
snow. Severe frosts ocei
R. F. Baker & Co.
Real Estate &
EUGENE and JUNCTION CITY
The Lending Real Estate Dealers of Lane
We have a large lift of some of the best bargains in I-ane county ami other
paits of the Vallev. which we ill show thtmo looking for hom- at our n ex-
nens. Taka a look w ith ns. If we don't do vou anv. cood e will do you no
South and East
Train leave Junction Citv for Portland
rind way stations at U;J0 a. in. and
Read a description of some of our choice places;
No. 143. 250 acre of land, situate
two miles north of Junction City; 200
acres in cultivation; alsmt 10 acres
wood and timber; two houses and two
barns, very fair buildings; school-house
within 300 yards of one of the build
ings; this is a No. 1 land, and consid
ered one of the best places, in 1-ane
No. 144. 320 acres, of land, four mile
from Junction City ; two Bets of build
in tu tha nlace: 100 acres or more
i farm lan.l f.r it,.iit Artt sri.l kom
iu west..-? r, v : . .. .:
(W?on Mondav morning
the indications are for frosts again Tues
day morning, la Eastern Oregon trie
temperature has Wen between 4 deg.
above to S deg. below the f reeling point
every night of the week.
The maiioium.cr day, temperature,
in Western Oregon ranged between 44
deg. and AS deg., and the minimum, or
night, temperatures lietween 30 deg. and
40 deg. In Eastern Oregcn the day tem
peratures ranged between 3 deg. and
5- deg., and the night temperatures
between 21 deg and 3t deg
The s-vd everywhere is wet to a cood
depth, and with the advent of warmer,
Irvine weather snowing and see-ling will
r-e actively resumed in all sections of
Tha fall-sown erain is making a slow
and healthy growth, exept on the low
lands in Wt stern and Southern ir-gnn,
where many complain of its turning a
sickly reddish veilow. N insect pests
haveyet harmed" the grain to any note
H.'j's are slow'.y lgirining to sprout.
15ut little gardening has te-u ioue,
and early vegetables wiJ prhat.y tie:
late in tUe market this year
Stx-k did c t wmtvr quite as well as
usual, and the backwarir.ess of the pea
ton makes pasturage slf rt.bnt with the
advent of warmer weather, pasturage :
will quickly improve and t tock begm to
fttten. . ,
The cold nvius and. frosts of the week
have injured early fruit to some extent,
but the blooms have been checked by
the cold and the damage is not serious.
Peaches, aprkots, early varieties of
cherries and early prunes are now in
Warmer weather, with bright sm
ehine, is neeie.i in every portion of tlie
Sute to advance growth and to enable
the farmers to complete their plowing
There is nothine new that can be ea.d
in favor of the "Uambler" bicycle. It
has !ten on the market tenty-two
Vf-ars snd during all of that time has
the favorite with bicycle riders.
The new 101 Rambler ".pti
i tl" is four r r live pounds lighter than
t.nv Ilambler ever before turned out,
anil as trne a- ve! and skill can make
therr.. Csi! at Wright's furniture tture
au l see thtm.
goxl wheat land ; this is a g-x-d sto k or
dairy ranch, watered by the I-ong Tom
River on the west, the river being the
west line of the place.
No. 147. 70 acres of land l l miles
from Junction City, on thi Kugvue road ;
no buildings; most all in cultivation
and good quality of land.
No. 150. SO acres on the river road to
Kngene, 2 miles from Junction City
this is nearly all river bottom land
good buildings ; plenty of fruit ; a choice
Trice f 4.000
No. 151. 55 acres; 15 acres in culti
vation; old buildings; some go.l fruit;
3,1, miles north of Junction City; 11
good level land and goxl mil ; a portion
covered with timber and brush; Vmilo
to school houe.
No. 15fi. S3 acre of the very Nst of
land. 2 miles north of Junction City;
nearly all in cultivation ; re n tod hii
season for relit ge with the place,
No. IS.1. IM rcres of land, 3 mibni
south of Junction City; nearly all in
Ar Ogden . .
cultivation; fair buildings.
No. IflO. f7 acres of land, one mile
from city limits; all in cultivatio.i ;
choice land; no buildings; will sell in a
body or divide up n small tracts to suit
purchasers at reaonaij prices.
No. 163. 200 acres cf land, 2' mih
soutliwest from Junctiou City ; 12A acres
in cultivation ; buildings old, but gootl
land ; this is a bargain at 14.200,
No. 170. 420 ten s of land, 3 mile
north of Junction City; 2o0 acres river
bottom land ; 2t") acres iu cultivation
two hoiiJH-s and bsrnson the place; li
i mile to school. This is a bargain at 1 15
We have some good bargains near Kugene, an J in Linn and Benton coun
tics. Call on or address
R. F. BAKER & CO.
Junction City, Oregon.
Office t'p-tatr in Ojlmnrc T'ddg .next dor to "Uulletin" Oince.
w. w. (Xii.i:r.Y,
Physician and S.irg-cu.
OiBce in Hotel Block. Jnrt-t-nn.
Do You Know
Seattle Fruit & Produce
COMPANY, OF EUGENE,
pays the highest cash price for poultry
eggs, veal and all kinds of farm produce.
Price this week : Chickens.Tc perpoond ;
veal, 7c; geese. 6c; ducks, 7c.
Don't forget the place Sth Street, next
wt V Soap factory.
An exchange sars: "An Oregon ir
oi i-i wju to be Uken to Buffalo to i.
exhibited. It will be aix-ut 25 bj 3 fet.
ad will hava on or.e side "Put Me OiT
at Buffalo." P,t5ii-.-s this it will tak?
fifteen freight cars t' carry the exhibit.
Guess people will Know where the Ore
gon roiis a!u-r awhile."
West Eighth Street
Near .-team laundry
CllrU Marx, Jr., Proprietor
Clothing Cleaned, Colored and Re
paired. Foded Clothing Restored to
var.tageW-the most prominent of which j Its Original Cclcr ti tOOk lalKC NeOl
is that it is readv to wear. There' no i
waiting, no fuming lx.-caus you don 1
g-jt yur clothes -a hen promised, ai.l;
thn n.oment vo'J see a ready-to ear;
s lit you know whether or not you like
it. VVc keei but one nualitv the Uftt. j
H. I i.u:NDi,r, Eugene.
Tmlmrihonm Rmd 49 '4.
While there i so much talk aboat !
oil in Oregon, why should not.
L.Oauon w rk uo a. little excitement. ',
li i:s been kn iwn fur y-are that oil ex
isteJ 11-ar tais place in suiiicientquanti-;
ties to burr., ft nr. oat digging or boring. 1
If Oregon turns oat to t? a vast oil field !
1 . k. . . ' . ...:m 1 t ... -v . ... k.
j-eodiion oe i jj:io up ""i
profession. I-ebanon l.'riterion. a nere ,
ar-s tbor v. claim that oil could be I
found in this vicinitv.
iOOD A 11 v'iCE.
The most miserabJ! beings in the
world are tho.-e suSft-rin-g troi Dysji-p-r-ia
and l.ivo-r Complaint. More than
75 :er ceit. of t;.e iwoile in the Unih-d
States are aiiiided with these two d.s- j
enses and tlieir chVc'.s.: such as ftour!
Stomach, Sick lleieiacte, Habitual Cos j
tiveic-s, Palpitation the Heart, J
Heartburn, Water-brash, Grafting and j
Burning Pains at the Pit of the Stom
ach, lellow r-kit;, Loatcd longue ana
DniHureeahle Taste in the M'outli, Com
ing uf of Food i'ftc-r Eating, etc. Go to
Mueller k Hill's and g-t a br.ttie of
Augi. st EJoaer for 75 cents. Two doses
will relieve you. Try it.
ROYAL OAK and LACEY
(Bourbon and Rye Whiskies
Fine Line of Iriitrted and I o-mt-etic
. . Junction City . .
Solid Veslibuled Trains, crnsisting of
Palace Stepinz Cars, luxurious IHuiiig
Cars, elegant Day Coaches and magtufi
ren Tourist Cars, to and from all joints
Lowest rates to and from alL parts o
Europe, via Atlantic Steamship Lutes.
ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIP LINE
CHINA and JAPAN.
v ivrtland H'.SOam rt:!)piii
v Jnnct.on Cttv. 1 :TM hii 12:4l am
Ar Ashland 12:55 am 11 :35 am
Sacramento .. A -10 pin ft :00 am
San Krancisco. 7:45 pm 8: 15 am
7 :00 am
A r 1hi A nireles. . . 2 :00 tun 8 :05 am
r.t Paso 0:1)0 put i M pm
Fori Worth ... fi :30 am :.M am
City of MexicoU :30 am 11 :'M am
Houston 7:U) am 7:iK)am
New Orleans.. (5:30 pm (1:30 pm
Washington... :42m fi:42iuu
New ork 12 : 10 pm 12 : 10 pm
Pullman and Tourist cars on both
trains. Chair car. Sacramento to Og
len ami l. l"a. ard Tourist car to
Chicago, St. l,oii i. New Orleans and
t otin.-cting at San Sranrisco with v
eral steamship line for Honolulu. Ja
ian, China, i'hilipi.incs, Central nn.
See agent at Jurution Ciiv station
C. II. MARKHAM, O. P. A..
Shortest & QuickCs
St. Paul, Duluth, Min
And All Points Eat.
AND UNION PACIFIC
U V M .
0 P. M.
I line hedul
FOR I LAND
Salt Ijikc, Denver,
H. Worth, Oma
ha, Kniis't t'lty,
St, Louis, Chi
cago and East.
Salt Lake, iH-nvrr,
Ft. Worth, Oma
Si. Iiin, t hi
1 ago and East.
lis. St. Paul, Do
Chicago A East,
I in 1 4
8:10 A. M
Ocean & River Schedule
; All Sailing Dates
: snbji-rt to 1 Itsnge.
I For San Francico
Sail every ft day.
Throagh Palae3 and Toorist Sleepers,
Dining & Buffet Smoking Library Cars
DAILY TRAINS; FAST TIME;
SERVICE A SCt NEK Y I' N EQUALED Centrallv I,-ate,
10 P. M.
o A. M.
1, A. M.
7 A. M.
11:40 A M
To At"rla and
Oregon City, New-U-rg,
Landings. WtLLAMCTTC A
Oregon ( ity, Day
Riparia to Iatwis-ton.
4 P. M.
4 R M
4 :P. M
I 3 30 P. M
Canadian - Australian
It will pav you to apply for rates and
H. II. Aisfcorr, Agent,
142111 St., Portland, Or.
E. J. Coyle, A. G. P. A.,
Vancouver, B. C.
Eugene, etop at
if you arc- going to
Notice to Taxpayers.
The 190assessii:ei t rolls are cow open
for the pavn.en' of taxes.
W V WITHFT'.
Sheriff of Lane county, Or,
VINCENT & CO.
TOILET ARTICLES, etc.
on Wiilarnette street, four doors south
of the Hotel Eugene, where you
will find the tinest line of
in the Willamette Valley.
V. WADDLE, Prop.
Tickets to Miiit East via Portland
ami the Ukkat Nobthbk.v Rv. 011 side at
Southern Pacific iH-jml Ticket 01IU-0, or
Gate at Nohthkiix Ticket ollice,
I3J THIRD 5T
For Rate, FkIiLts and full informa
tion regarding Eastern trip, cull on or
A. P.. C. DKNNISTON,
City Pass, and Ticket Agent, Portland.
Free Samnlu Rotmia.
EhHtrlc Light and Fl!,
Hoi 1 cvitw it Ilao , Proprietors.
Kate, f 1 to 'g Jer Day.
Ilcad iuartcrH for Comtnertial Travelers
and Mining Men.
Fl.gelic, .... Oregon.
Farm for Sale.
Land foh Salb 480 acres with barn
and out buildings, running water, two or
chards, li5 acres in farming land, wtthin
nine miles of Junction City, for f lhOO.
Inouire of S. Templeton, la miles
southeast ol Junction City. No agent.
Bureau i Information.
The Burlington ticket office in Portland is a veritable
Rureau of Information for travelers a place where
they can learn what it will cost to reach ANY point in
America or Eorope; how long ihu trip wilt lake, and
what there is to see on the way.
If you are figuring on an eastern trip, drop in and
get full information, or. if you prefer, write me aliout it.
Omaha, Chicago. Kansas City. St. Louis and
A. C. SiiHtnoN. General Agent,
Cor. Third and Stark Sta., Portland, Ore.
a. Zi a
A Wise flan From the West
Who intends going East will boo that
his tickets read by way of Salt Lake
and the Rio Grande Western Railway
in connection with either the Denver A
Rio Grande or Colorado Midland rail
roads, for these reasons: First, most
magnificent scenery in America, en
route; second, choico of thrco distinct
routeB through the heart of the Rocky
Mountains: third.it is the only trans
continental lino tmssinir directly through
rmaint and picturesque Salt Laku tho
City of the Saints; lourth, period inn
ing car service; fifth, throe fast through
trains daily between Ogden, Denver and
all points East, connecting with all
traiiiH of the Southern J'aciilc. Oregon
Railway A Navigation Comptutv and
Oregon Short Lino; sixth, through Pull
mau Paluco and Ordinary Sleeping Car
from San Francisco, Portland, etc, to
Denver, Omaha and Chicago. Theio
aro many other reasoiiH why tho route
through Salt Lake City over tho Rio
Grande Western Railway is tho most
comfortable mid cnjovnbfo in tho whole
country, lly inquiry, you can. learn a
great deal on the subject of transconti
nental travel. J. D. Mansfield, General
Agent, H,r,:i Washington St., Portland
Oregon. Georgo W. Heintz, Gonoral
Passenger A Rent, Salt Lako City.
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