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:5 produce Taken In Exchange.
: Mtttiorn Bros,
Junction City, Oregon.
WK WILL BULL 3 BOXES OF
ORANGE WOOD TOOTHPICKS
It will also pay you to examine our
line of Tooth Brushes, Tooth Powders,
Soap, Perfumes and Toilet proma
tioon. H you have nny favorite recipes
of your own, bring them in and get our
lrl We will guarantee that you can
do from toSOO per cent better on prices
'with ui than you ran tdsewhere. We
believe in quick sale and email profit,
Come and see.
Corner Hotel, Junction City, Oregon
services at the cristian Church next
Sunday. 10 a. in., Sunday-school : 11 a.
in., sormoii by F.lder L. D. Oicen;7p
in.. 1 . i . r. u. I.. ; n p. in., sermon
f. M. K
Keeno, of Ha
Kia brother for
by Sotithworth, went fishing luft
Saturday. They rciort catching 40
W. J. Snodgracs hipjxd 200 sheep
and -it liouh to rortlaml ruinluv morn
Inc. lie Ih one of Junction City' most
enterprising stockmen, and now that he
Attorney Skipwortb, of Junction
City, was in town Wednesday looking
alter business. '
Lemon Lassell. of the 8. P. steam
above! force, in hero for a abort visit with
his father's family.
Mr. Ashford. representing the
Oregon Casket Co., waa looking over the
field here Tuesday.
Mr. L. Wright and Mm. McEwen,
of Junction Citv, recreating on bike,
nooned here on Tuesday.
T. J. Rodgers will ship two car po
tatoea the first of thin week to till an
order from Oakland, Cal.
The ;oneni)u of opinion at thin
time among the farmers in that the
wheat will U) a full crop.
The Westfall Herbs of Health Com
pany's street concert on Inst Satuiday
evening waa a snap for the small boy.
II. It. Sherrill has executed bis I
M.bond. which secures him in a start
for another four years' service in the
On short notice a dancing party col
lectndatthe City Hall on last Friday
evenina. ine anair was greauy en
J. Ct. Senders end family, cousins,
and l$arnev Ma v. nephew of Vrs. L.
Senders, will attend her funeral today
(Wednesday) at Albany
Mr. D. B. 5eb. manager for the
the A.O. U. W., spoke In a verv confi
dent manner and declared that Monday
night be was su','cen(ul in riding the
goat. While talking about funny things,
lie remarked : nay, old ny, you have
heard about a goat going over a hill?"
"es,"saya I. "Well," says be, laugh
ing, "had you been with ine Monday
evening you would have seen a Hill go
over a goat."
Farmers are all busy ploughing and
The sunshine has como at last and
we all enjoy it
John Templeton visited at River
Miss Norris visited at Eugene Satur
day and Sunday.
The bunday-school will elect new
officers next Sunday.
Kev. John Handsaker preached here
Sunday to full house.
James Templeton, of Crown Point,
was here visiting last week.
John Templeton was appointed to
lead the endeavor next Sunday.
John Henderson is talking of build
ing anew bonse on bis ranch below town.
A oicnic is talked of in the neigh
borhood soon for the young people of
Jerry Hays, of Harrisburg, is trying
to circulate a petition to change the
road, with little success.
Wm. Pitney waa here Sunday and
gave a talk to the Sunday-school on the
life of Christ. Many thanks.come again.
The Bcllstix is a welcome visitor in
our neighborhood. Some say that they
v oi. i.w,7,iAw'n v, our neighborhood. Some say ti
eeno ami brother, George rifnZrwUh'V' I vtUM.' would rather read the corresp.
item, who has beon visiting comparing notes with . L.V .right, fa fa
orafewdays,aW:ompaniHl ftnt for the same company here, last nanany outrne
The fourteen Odd Fellows, who went
from Imre on last Friday uight to visit
their Junction City brethren, report a
grand time and speak in warm terms of
ihetr liospitatile treatment wnne mere
A turn in the affairs of Mr Kalston.
week before he can talk electric lighting
to the iMionle of Junction and Harris
Mr. W. L. Tyler ia at the Good Sa
maritan Hospital, in l'ortiand, wiierc
he has had a aunrtcal operation per
formed. He is getting better and hopes
to be home by the last of next week,
Mrs. L. Fenders, of Albany, a sister
of Mr. Sam May. will be laid to rest to
day (Wednesday), in the Jewinh Ceme- Hide school.
Ir. I.oe, ocnlo-otician, Kugeno.
Ir Oghwby, phynicinn and surgeon.
Bead B. H. llyland ft Co.'h ad. in this
Wee kly Oregonian ami Bcllktis only
2 a year.
Orders taken lor ladies' and gents'
snilH at Houston's.
Silk waists in all the new shades at
S. II. Fiteudly's, Kugene.
Arbor ilay was obnerved w ith nppri
priatu exercines taut Friday.
.Iu-t reccivfd,-ltniil tt.H. of nice coun
try haiiH and ahoulders at .Milhorn
N..I. Brvsi.t. of Franklin, is in town
this week working for the Weatherlyj
Wood wanted at the Junction City
Flour Mill. Inquire of
(Koiioii IIanosakk.b, Manager.
Yon can p:iis a pleasant hour when in
Eugene at l.ittlelleld'a billiard parlor:
vigar ktoru in connection.
Fr sah? A large, well made and well
arrange" lsdv's trunk. A bargain. In
Muire at the IH'I.i.kti.s oflice.
Take your laundry to 0. S. Keek's
Burlier shop. Ho has the agency for the
Troy Laundry, of l'oitland.
0. F. Hurlburt has the agency for
Oliver Chilled Blows and all extras. A
full supjdy always on hand.
If you havoanv blckHinithingtobo
done, or horses to bo Hhod, go to V. M.
Tripp. His work is always satisfactory.
For sale A brand new 1U01 Uambler
"Special." Never I wen out of the store.
A bargain. IiKjuiro at tho I dllktin
It will nav vou when in Fucene to
call at S. II. Friendly's and see tho lat
est stvlcB in Tailor Made Suits Just re
On Tuesday e veniiik the 23, J. II Lister,
Ktatif evanee st. win lecmro in vno
Christian Church on "Home Missions."
Died Thai ttlo two month's old son
of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Baktr, died this
morninu after a brief illness. Funeral
will occur tomorrow at 2 p. m.
Mrs. Hettio Bond, wifo of William
Bond, died Sunday. April 14, UH)l, from
paralysis of the brain, at hor home near
Irving, fclio was a wen Known piouoor
lady an 1 was aged 00 years.
A tietltinn is be! ni circulated for sig
natures for froo rural delivery of mail
from this post office to Franklin, past
Maurice Alien a Place, mrougu rum
Ridge and back to J unction.
'i'ou are cordially Invited to atlond tho
loot follv rMUiverod from 11 orotmcted I of Portland, demunils his attention in
illness, the buviiiff and hii.-Dins of live Eastern Oregon. Hence it will be next
1 -If .f -!lt.
siock in , inis suction in receive tuiai
tional imitus at Ins hands.
This Is the season when housecleaning
begins to receive consideration, A new
carpet tor tho parlor, fitting room or
bedroom, and new matting (or the
kitchen and halls, add a thousand per
cent to the appearance of a home. ou
will find jtixt w hat vou want in this line
at W. L. Wright's furniture store, and
at prices thut are right.
Postmaster A. U. Martin was rilled to
the lMdside of a dying sister. Mrs. L. L
Huiitler, in North Yamhill, last Friday
She died Saturday, and ihe funeral took
place Suuday. Mrs. Huntley was 24
years of age. Mr. Martin's mother was
also (tick, but at the time he left for
homo shu was improvinc
One hundred and forty nine freight
tars were on tin bide tracks in the H. I
yards here Tuesday, besides some on the
main track. Three fourths of these cars
were loaded with lumber. The vard
facilities were taxed to their uttermost
lo hold the cus. And Oregon's lumber
industry is only in its infancy.
J. 11. Miller invites tho people of
Junction and vicinity to call and seo the
new UK) I Rambler bicycles. If vou are
thinking about buying a wheel it will
ii-iv vuti to look at the Rambler before
you "make a purchase. Just notice the
number of these wheels in use. That is
the bent pdvertiseiuetit it can have
.I'lilgo J. W, Hamilton has been at
pointed hv (iov. ieeras a memberoftlie
IWrd of Regents of the State Cniver
sity. at F.ugeut?, to succeed his father,
Or, S. Hamilton, whose second term of
six years each has just expired. R. P.
Neil, of Ashland, . I S. Orr, of Klamath
Falls, and A. J. Sherwood, of Coquille
City, have been apiwnnted as members
of the Board of Kegents for the Ashland
State Normal School. Rosebnrg Review.
Mies lCvelvn Barton is on the sick lint.
A. C. Bates is teaclunz the Fern
MM Jeans, of Eimira, attended
church on the Ridge Sunday.
0. Thurman and David Fisher went
to the Long Tom fishing Wednesday.
3. W. Weatherly was on the Ridge
lat t week in the interest of the creamery.
-Oeo. Gross sold hia farm of ISO acres
to Messrs. Mcuolden and Brigham, of
Elmer Jordan preached an Interest
ing sermon in me unrisuan inarcn
Miss Daisy Summers, of Eugene, is
teaching the ashinzton or Upper fern
H. L. Rann went to Eugene Friday.
Miss Lulu Norris went to Eugene Sat
Miss Edna Hadley, of Eugene, is vis
iting in this city.
Miss Emma Baber U visiting friend-!
in Eugene this week. ,
Dr. Oglesby made a trip to Albany
Wednesday, returning Thursday
Mrs. Archartand daughter, Mrs, A.
J. Kaiser, went to Albany on a visit yes
Miss Opal Williams, of Junction, i
the guest of Prof, and Mrs. E. E. Orton.
C. D, Minton, of Salem, renresentin'.'
the Oregon Poultry Journal, was in the
Luke Knowlton returned Friday from
Portland, where he had been spending
Geo. Keene, of Portland, was the
iftiest of his brother, Wm. Keene and
family this week.
E. O. Samuels received a brand new
go-cart frpni Albany Suuday morning
for his brand new baby.
Dr. Albert Lainherson, of Lebanon,
was in this city Sunday to visit A. A.
Foster in cot.sultation aith Dr. Ogleby.
Harvey Winn returned from Cosmop
olis, Wash., Saturday, where he has
been working in a box factory and plain
ing mill since last fall.
Wm. Wolf, proprietor of the shingle
mills atBlachley, was in town Wednes
day and secured a load of the Eastern
Oreion barley from Joe Nichols. Mr.
Wolf ays is scarce at Lake Creek, but
shingles are in abundance.
The Junction City Creamery Com
pany made iyi pounds ot Dutter at one
churning Tuesday. It waa all made
from cream brought in Monday. This
company nas now tnree wagons em
ployed in gathering up toe batter fat.
They are making trips out as far as Ei
mira, and -Mondav went nve miles west
of Monroe. Emerv Herron, who attends
to the outside affairs of this concern
says the business is increasing right
along. Monday he bought 17 Teal for
shipment to Portland.
Clvdo Cook, of Junction was in our
neighborhood Wednesday buying hogs
Tuesday II. C. Mahon was in the
neighborhood canvassing for the daily
rural free mail delivery.
-Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. John
Harris and Rrbt. Copple, of Eugene,
visited at Mrs. Mulkey's,
Last Friday while Misses Or Che
shire and Nora Tburmau were going to
Eugene, their horse became frightened
at the train and overturned the buugy,
but ao damage waa done except a bro
The Weekly Oregonlau
2 for a year.
t vvnat vou
ask for . . ,
Is what you always get
here. You aro never urged to
buy something "jiut as good."
everything a good drug
storo should have, herce are
pretty sure to havo just what
you want. Our advice if you
want it coHts you nothing; and
iit isn't forced on ou if you don't
want it. We are here to servo
you not to dictate.
We aim to give periect service
at fair prices.
We do not care to be known as
"cheap druggists," but we do
want to bo known as "money's
Muller & Hill
tery near thafcity. Deceased will be
lonir remembered for her lovely and
, RIVER VIEW.
Mr. Nels Fenne. a fireman on the
S. P., made us a short visit Sunday.
Mr. Eric Johnston, of Eugene, spent
Saturday and Sunday at Mr. tenne s
Mrs. Hettio Cox was the guest of
the Misses MoHitt Saturday and bun
Miss Fannr Moffitt left Sunday to
reopen ber school, wfefch is near Smith-
Tho eood roads were the means of
bringing many bicyclists out to Sunday
Mt. C. C. Hayes is' nutting hia hop
yard in flrst-claas condition, and expects
a good yield.
Miss Josm tenne will lead prayer
meeting Wednesday. Everybody in
vited to attend.
A number of our young twnple at
tended the farewell sermon of Rev. Si-
bert Sunday eve.
Albert Bristow in putting the ground
of Henry Bushnell's prune orchard in
Rachel Skaggw and Will Houston
passed through on their wheels Tuesday
en route for Eugene.
Mrs. Foster and children returned to
their place the first of the week, and will
now commence making garden.
Mr. Joo Edwards, Miss Lettie Ed
wards and Mrs. Benham were the guests
of Mr. I. N. Edwards Saturday and
Mr. McKeo received a consignmei t
of strawberry plants, ami m tbo near ,
future will bo ready to supply all the ASK VOUl dealer IQX
Misses Ella and I anny Mollit re-
turned from Eugene Friday, where they
have been attending the teachers' ex
Miss Maude Haves aceoin paniod Mr
Joe Edwards and Miss Lettie to their
home in Benton county, where she will
visit for a short visit
The Junction photographer, Mr
Tavlor. took a picture of our school-
house Monday: also one 01 Mr. cm
mons1 dwelling house.
Mr. W. B. Wetzlor takes to farming
like a duck to water. He is making lots
of improvements upon his place, and
will soon be able to furnish youanythiug
in his line.
A number o. the young people spent
a pleasant evening Saturday at the
home of Mrs. Moffitt. All report a nice
timo and pronounced their boat a capital
Evorv farmer is busy and all the
Available horses are in use. Loren Ed
wards is running three gang plows, and
from all sides you can hear the merry
hum of the tillers
Prof. Hunter made a business trip
to Eimira Saturday. He reports the
roads in very good condition, with the
exception of three or four places, which,
from all indications, nau. no uouom.
-James Haves, when interviewed
Tuesday morning about his initiation in
FLAT CREEK ITEMS.
J. S. Wooley has returned
Frank' Taylor is visiting at
Born, to the wife of Wiley Ingram
April 11, 1001, a girl."
John Wiltse and T. Fawver were in
Corvallison business Tuesday,
Next Sabbath is Rev. Sibert's ap
pointment at the school house at 11 a.ni
Miss Clara Hugging is staying for a
few weeks with Mis. fehipley, near Mar
Mrs. Mary Rickard is staying with
her daughter, Mrs. James Trafzer, who
is sick r.ear Ilalsev-
Dave Lasky is cutting wood for John
Wiltse, who has a contract to furnish
wood lor parties iu Junction.
John Handsaker filled Ins appoiut
ment promptly at 11 o clock a m. last
Sabbath. The house was well filled and
the discourse on
'True Manliness" wa
-Farmers busy seeding.
is progressing nneiy nnder
Mrs. I. X. Dennis ia confined
room who as
the management of Mrs. Mattie Ionian.
Rev. Green, of Eugene, oe.cop'ed the
pulpit at the Christiau Church Sunday.
N. J. Bryant is out with his wagon
gathering cream for the Weatherly
Geo. Weatherly, of the Weatherly
Creamery Company, was in our vicinity
one day last week in the interest of the
Grandma Dennis returned home
Sunday from Junction City, where she
was called to the bedside ot her granddaughter,-Miss
Clyde Mahon, of Junction, was i n
this vicinity last week circulating a pe
tition for a rural mail route through this
MRS. J. A.
Call and see them. Prices reasonable.
A full line of . . . ,
Cream of all Laundry Soaps
The Eugene Soap Company
YOU WILL FIND A
FULL LINE OF
STEEL AND CAST RANGES,
COOK STOVES, TINWARE and CUTLERY
. ... ALSO THE . ... i
Celebrated Petaluma Incubator & Brooder ?
Griffin Hardware Co., fe, own. j