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About Junction City bulletin. (Junction City, Or.) 189?-1901 | View Entire Issue (April 18, 1901)
A. P. BUT rUKSWORTtl , JR.,
Editor and Proprietor.
MISS ANNA OGLliSBY,
One year, if paid in Advance $L
Six mouths, .'- $
Throe months. t
Advertising rates made known on
kutered the postotiiee at Junction Ot
as aevond ela.s mail matter.
OIR CLUF.IUNU LIST.
Weekly OroeonUn mid IU'ILktix.. .J2.00
Thrieea-Week New York World
and Jivi.LKTtx 2.13
Weekly Crop Bulletin.
V. S. Department or Agricvi-ttrk,
Poktlam), Apiil 1".
The past k has been dry and "in
shiny, with cool nights and moderately
warm davs. On the mornings of tte
8th, Oih, 13th and 13th, sharp frosts oc
curred senerallv throughout the Sute.
The soil has dried out very fast and in I
pome few sections in the southern part
of ihe State moie rain is wanted for pas
ture? and carder.?. Spring seeding has
been rushed and it is nearly completed
on the hill lands in the Willamette val
ley. Plowing for garden, com and
fumnier fallow is now in progress. Har
dens are very backward.
Fall heat is sUoling niw ly and le
ginning to Joint in some sections. Its
color has greatlv improved during the
week and the stand is gmul, except ou
verv low land, w here it vet continues
spotted and poor.
Earlv-sown sprins: wheat, oats and
barley are coming tin to good stands and
are iertmnating quickly.
Fall oats and rve.are looking well.
Onion seeding is ir. progress, and a
lanje acreage will be cultivated.
Hops are rather slow in starling, but
those out are making a good gruwtli,
and their cultivation has begun in a
number of the yard.
The range are not in as good condi
tion as usual at tliis season of the year,
but thev have Improved duriug the week
and stock is slowly gaining in wei.'lit
Teaches, pears, plums, cherries, apri
cct. and the early varieties of prunes,
am ies and strawberries are in blocm
Correspondents generally report but
slight damage to fruit by frosts, except
in f-outhern Oregon, wheie ieaches,
apricots and cherries are thought to
have been considerable damaged.
Mr. M.F. Iiittenhouse, a prominent
Chicago lumber dealer, saidin thecourse
of an interesting conversation on the ex-
tensive rarui'ication of his business
Chtc.igo has for years been drawing
her lumber supply largely from Lake
Michigan norts. P.ut in recent yt-ars
that has become well nih exhausted
and the supply has been coming from
Lake Superior rrt. but even that is !
showing s-izns of exhaustion, ai.d we
have to purchase mere and more from
Central Wisconsin and the South. The
Southern states in the immediate futurv
will s.'nd increising quantities to tlie
Nor; hern state;'. I sa-.v, t!ie other day,
n lanreronsignment of Arkans.te himl r-r j
f jr Maine, or.ee. famous for her luiv.U r
industry . It was to ! u-ed for the con
structlon of towers for windmills.
However, 'he m'gir.v fr.-i-t area.- of the
Pacific coat must eventually be drawn
on to supply the Eastern cities. I wa
aiiproached r.id kng ago by a gentleman
who war.tcd to sell me 4.o00,000 feet of
lumber f;n Vancouver Island. That is a
pretty bif. quantity, bm his timber pr;
."rves were represented on the map by
what looked like little dots."
There is nothing m-y that can be sa.d
in favor of the " Kamhler" bicycle. It
1 as b'.-en on the market twenty-two
years and during ail of that tiiiie has
lfe;i the favorite with bicycle rideis.
The new p)l P.arnbler 'Spec
ial'' ; four or five jyur.ds lighter than
any Eambler ever beiore turned out,
and as trr.e as st-fl and skill can make
them. C..11 at Wright's furniture store
and see them.
Keady-to-wear clot'ning has many ad- j
varitaaei' the idoh prominent of whicii
iii tliat it is r"adv to wear. There's no i
waiting, no fuming becansw you don't .
vei your cioues wnen promiwi, boo
the moment vou Fee a ready-to wear
suit you know whether or not you like
it We keep but one iuality the beet.
S. H. pKiKXDi.r, Eugene.
The most miserable beings in the
world are those girfferin? from Dyspep
sia and Liver Complaint. More than
75 ier cent, of the people in the United
States are a filleted with these two dis
omies and their effec's: such an Sour
Stomach, Sick Headache, Habitutl Cos
tivenesJ1, Palpitation of the Heart,
Heartburn, Water-brash, Gracrinjr ami
burnimr Pains at the Pit of the Stom
fu ll, Y'ellow Skin, Coated Tongue and
D.Hairreeal le Taste in the Mouth, Corn
in up of Food after Eating, ttc. Go to
Mueller & Hill's and jr-t a bottle of
Aug' Flower for 75 centH. Two done
will relieve you. Try it. Get Green's
Subscribe lot Ins Bcuctix.
Real Estate &
EUGENE and JUNCTION CITY
i - ii
The Leading Real Estate Dealers of Lane
We have a law list of some of the liest bargains in Lane county and other
paits of the Yallev. which we will show those looking for homes at our own ex
pense. Tase a look with us. If we don't do you any good we will do you no
narim Rejd a description of some of our choice places:
N'o. 143. 250 acres of land, situate
two miles north of Junction City; 200
acres in cultivation ; about 20 acres
wood ami timber; two houses and two
barns, very fair buildings; school-house
within 800 yards of one of the build-
nigs; this is a .u, l laim, ana cousin-,
ered one of the best places in Lane
So. 144. 320 acres of land, four miles
from Junction City; two sets of build
imfs on the place; 100 acres or more
good farm land for cheat, oats and some
good w heat land ; this ia a good stock or
lairy ranch, watered by the ung torn
Uiveronthe west, the river being the
west line of the place.
No. 147. 70 acres of land Hj miles
rom Junction City, on the Eugene road ;
. i ii:....:
no builiungs; most nu in cuunuwou
and good quality of land.
No. 150. SO acres on the river road to
Eugene, 2 miles from Junction 1 ity
this is nearlv nil river bottom land
good buildings ; plenty of fruit ; a choice
No. 131. 55 acres: 15 acres in culti
vation; old buildings; some gooairuu;
We have some good bargains near
ties. Call on or add res
R. F. BAKER & CO.
Junction Oitv, Oregon.
Office lp-talr in Gilmorc CUg., next door to "Bulletin" Office.
V. V. OGLKSBY,
Physician and Surgeon.
Office in Hotel Block. Junction.
Do You Know
Seattle Fruit & Produce
COMPANY, OF LTGKNK,
rnr the highest cash price for poultry
I ecgs, veal ami all kinds of farm produce.
? Prices this week : Chicktns,7c per pound ;
veil, 7c; ge'e. i'.c; du-k-, c.
f ton't forget the piaceSth Street, next
dfr to Soap factory.
West Eighth Street f
Near Steam laundry
Chris Marx, Jr., proprietor
Chthing Cleaned, Colored and Re
paired, faded Clothing Restored to
Its Original Color to Look Like km
Tci to phono Hod 40-4
(Bourbon and live)
ROYAL OAK and LACEY
'' (rrour Masb)
(IJourbjn and Kye WhiekieH)
Fine Line of Imtorted and I o
, Junction City .
VINCENT & CO.
TOILET ARTICLES, etc.
38' miles north cf Junction City; nil
good level land and gool soil ; a portion
covered with timber and brush; -iuile
to school house.
o. 15rt. 33 acres of the very lest of
land, 2 miles north of Junction City ;
nearly all in cultivation: rented this
season frk); rent goes with the place.
No 133. IrtO rcres.f land. SS,
south of Junction City; nearly
cultivation; fair buildings.
No. H'0. C7 acres of land, one mile
from city limits; all in cultivation
choice land; no buildings; will sell in a
body or dividn up in small tracts to suit
purchasers t rcasonale prices.
No. lo3. 200 acres rf land, 2S, miles
southwest from Junctioi: City; 12i acres
in cultivation; buildings old, but good
laud ; this is u tmrgaiu at !4,2iX).
No. 170. 420 acres of land, 3 miles
north of Junction City; 200 acres river
bottom land ; 200 acres in cultivation ;
two houses and burns on the place;
mile to school. This is a bargain ut ?lo
Eugene, and in Linn and Denton coun
So'M Ventibuled Train?, convicting of
Palace Sleeping Cars, luxurious Diiunn
Car?. elfi;;iiit IMy Concne and magnia
cent Tourist Cars, to and from all point"
Loweht raten to and fpom all parts of
EuroiHj via Atlantic Steamship Linea.
ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIP LINE
CHINA and JAPAN.
Canadian - Australian
It will pav you to apply for rates and
II. II. Aniiorr, Accnt,
1 12 3d St., Portland, Or.
E, J. Coyi.e, A. f. T.A.,
Vancouver, B. C.
Well, if you arc going to
Eugene, stop at ,
on Willamette etrect, four doors floulli
of the Hotel Eugene, where you
will find the linest line of
in the Willamette Valley.
W. WADDLE, Trop.
Farm for Sale.
Land for Sale 4S0 acres with barn
and out building?, running water, two or
chards, 35 acres in farming land, within
nine miles of Junction City, for $1600.
Inquire of 8. Tcmpleton, nIes
southeast of Junction City. No agent.
South and East
Shasta Route I
Trains leave Junction City for Portland
and way stations ut 3:30 a. in. and
I. v Portland 8;:0ani BiUOpiu
l.v Junctlou City. 1 ::!H pm 12; Id am
Ar Ashland 12:.W mn 11 ilifi am
" Sacramento .. A -10 put AiUOaiit
" San Pranclsco. 7:43 pm K:43sin
" Kansas City..
tf :30 am
7 :00 am
7 :23 nm
Ar 1-os Angeles.. . 2:00 pm
" :i Paso d:tx) pm
" Fort Worth... (1:30am
" City of Mexicjll:30am
Houston 7 :00 am
" New Orleans. . (1:30 pm
Washington. . . (1:42 am
New York 12:10 pm
8 :03 am
7 :00 am
Pullman ami Tourist cars on both
trains. Chair cars Sacramento t0g
den and hi Paso, and Toiirin cars to
Chicago, St. Ixmis, New Orleans and
Connecting at San Sraneiseo with sev
eral steamship lines for Honolulu, Ja
pan, china, Philippines. Central and
See agent at Junction Cuy station
C. II. MARKHAM, (1 . P. A.,
Poi Hand, Oiegon
Shortest & Quickest
St. Paul, Duluth, Min
And All Point 1 iu.-t.
Through Palaca and Tourist Sleepers
Dining & Buffet Smoking Library Cars
DAILY TRAINS; FAST TIME;
SERVICE it SCFNEIlY INl-QUALED
Ticket to pointit KaKi via Portland
and the iiiiKAT NoiiTiiKH.v liv. on c.deiit
Southern Pacille Dfpot '1 ickel olliie, or
t i IlKAT NourilKK.N Ticket 1'llii'f,
iaa THIRD ST.,
lor I!at4, l'old.T and full informa
tion r' Tdiiij; EahtiTii trip, cull on or
A. It. C. DENN'ISTON.
City Vufi. and Ticket Areiit, Portland.
If is 8,000
The Uurlington Route ranks among the
greatest of the world's railroads.
Over 8,ooo miles long; employing 35,000
.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 Btriving to give its patrons absolutely
unequaled service, it is the line YOU should
select, next time you go east.
Omaha, Chicago, Kansas City, St. Louis and
THU ORDLNARY SLIZCPHK.
A New Feature In Western Travel.
The Pullman Company now oneralen
two prades of olcepini; cars via the Rin
Grande Weatcrn Railway. The ordi
nary nleeper8 are entirely new, and the
berihs, both upper and lower, are fitted
up complete with mattrenHua, blanketa,
sheets, pillows, curtainf, etc., with
stoves arranged for making teft," coffee,
etc., requiring nothing to be furnished
by passengers. Uniformed Pullman
porters are in charge of the cars, who
are required to keep them in good order
and attend to the wants and comforts of
passengers. The cars are very hand
some and commodious, and whilo not so
elegant, are just as comfortable- as stan
and Union Pacific
Suit Ijkc, Henver,
Ft. Worth, Oma
ha, Kfttinn City,
St. 1'iiU. Chi
i tio and 1'art.
Suit Lake, t'eiiver,
Ft. Worth, Oma
bn, KaiiMtiH ('ity,
St. LoiiiH, Chi
cago and Kant,
Walla Wnlln. Uw
(1 P. M.
I in, St. Paul, lu
Chicago A Eattl.
7 A. M.
Ocean & River Schedule
All Sailing lutc
Hiibjcct to chfnije.
For fan Frauclnco,
Sail every 5 days.
8 P. M.
H p. M.
To Aoloriii and
A P. M.
In 1 M
Orepn City, New
lierjf, Salem, In
Cor vail In and Way
LaudltiitN. Vmmklll Klvmrm
Oregon Citv, Day
ton nod Way-
o A. M.
it A. M.
:i: h A M
4 V. M
) t eliii'i.
k I riday
Hipariu to N- in-1 jjy j
E. F. TIIAVEU, Aijent.
Free Sample h'ooin.
Electric Lihtftnd Pells.
Hoi i i:mi:: k P.hoh
Paten, f I to t'
, Pr oprietorj.
pt r Day.
HeadiuarterH for ( 'omn;en fal Travilcrx
and .Mining Men.
Eugene, .... Oregon.
A. C. Siisldon, General Agrnt,
Third and Slark Sti., Portland, Oro.
dard or palace sleepers, lloth lirst ami
second -class pnsmmgorsnro permitted to
occupy these cars on pavniunt of tho
Pullman berth rates, whicii are loss than
half of tho rates charged in tho regular
Pullman palaro slo 'ping cRrs.
The ordinary sleepers are carried daily
on trains via Rio Orando Western Rail
way netween Denver mid Han Francisco
and Portland. On flvo days in each
week tho sleepers are run through bo
t ween Los Angeles and Snn Francisco,
or Portland nnd Denver, Omaha, Chi
cago and Huston.
For additional details write for copy of
folder to any of tho following agents:
J. D. Mansfield, 253 Washington Bt
Portland, or (loorge W. Hcintz, Acting
Gcnerul Passenger Agent, Salt Lako City.