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A. P. BirrrERSWORTH, JR.,
Editor and Proprietor.
MISS ANNA OGLUSBY,
One year, if paid i:i Advance ?l
Six mouths, ....... - .7
Throe mouths. - ? .S
Advertising rati-" made known on
tutored the postoilioo t Junction Ott.
as second class mail matter.
Ol'K CU'lHUNG LI:!.
Weekly Oreconian and Pa-ims'.. 'f-.OO
Thrictsa-Wook .Now York World
and Piu.etix -M"
Weekly Crop Bulletin.
t. S. DiCJWRTMKST OF Ai'.KU'H TI KE,
The week was slichMy 'wanner than
the previous one, with plenty of sun
shine and but one short rainy period.
The nights, however, continue a tritle
tent cool, and sh;:r; frosts have frequent
J v occurred.
" The maximum, or day, temperatures I
in WesU-rh Oregon ranged bettveen ol
and 70 degs., ami the minimum, or
nisiht, temperatures between 3- and 4t'
The soil in many place? is now a little
too dry for plowing an I too cold for
Fall wheat has stool -jd nicely ami is
nearly everywhere beirinniui: to joint.
It has a good oj!or and is thrifty and
promisim. The same can alo W said
of fall oats and re. Spriti.' -ceding is
well advanced And in some few sections
is finished. The early sown is coiniin:
up to good stands, but germination is
The hop on Kw land are rather back
ward, out on hurl, land Ihev arc coming
up even and u:akit,; a sa'.tsl.tetory
Th-re has been an increase in the
nereazu sown to rape in the Willamette
Hardens are nackwurd, and "arm
Tains are needed to forward tl.e crowt
of root crops ami small vegetables.
Pastures arc slowly iuvprvin and
stock is looking better.
Some sheep shearing has been d.ne in
the Willamette alley, and t:io wool
chr is reported "cod.
the weather lia.-t been favorable for
Foes and the fertilization of fruit, nearly
all kinds of which are now in heavy
bloom in one part of the State or an
other, frosts have sernuish- harmou
caches in Southern Oregon, but else
where the concensus of opinion seeing to
lie that thev have merely thinned the
bloom, and that the yields will be abun
dant and the fruit superior in size and
Eugen0. Lane County, I. G. Steven-
eon Tha week has beeu very favorable
for all firmim operations, ami much
Bcedinj; has been done. All winter grain
has improved in appearance and prom
ises well. Cherries and prunes are in
full bloom, ami conditions have been
poo 1 for fertilization. Frosts have done
no damage, except to a few strawberry
The Finest Service
to the Hast and South.
The O. K. & N. Co., in connection
with the Oregon Shott Line and Union
Pacific, offers the finest service and fast
est time to Salt Lake, Denver. Kansas
City, Omaha, St. Paul, St. Louis, Chi
cago and all points east. Three train51
daily front Portland, wilh choice of many
different routes. Palace and touri't
(deeper?, library, dining and chair car
on all trains.
Writo A. L. Craig, G. P. A. O. R. t
N.Co, Portland, Oregon, for particu
lars. It's about time the electric light pro
moters were making their appearance
hereabouts. We want light.
There is nothing new that can be p.i.d
in favor of the " Kamblur" bicycle. It
has been on the market twenty-two
vears and during all of that time has.
Peeu the favorite with bicycle riders.
The new 1901 Rambler "Spec
ial" is four or five pounds lighter than
any Rambler ever before turned out,
tiitd as true a steel and skill can make
them. CVU at Wright's furniture store
and see them.
Tomorrow will b
of Odd Fellowship
the S2d anniversary
Ready-to-wear clothing has many ad
vantages the most prominent of which
is that it is readv to wear. There's iio
waitiog, no fumiu? because you dott'v
get, your clothes when promised, and
the moment vou se a ready-to-wear
suit you know whether or not you like
it. We keep but one qindity the best.
S. II. FiticN'm.v, Eugene.
The mosf miserable beings in the
world are those suffering trom Dyspep
sia and Liver Complaint. More than
75 percent, of the people in the. United
States-are afflicted with these two dis
eases and their effoc'.s: such as Sour
Stomach, Sick Headache, llabittif 1 Cos
tiveness, Palpitation of the Heart,
Heartburn, Witter brash, Gi awing and
Rurniiig Pains at th! Pit of the .Stom
ach, Yellow Skin, Coated Tongue and
Disagreeable Taste in the Mouth, Com
ing up of Food n.ft-i-r Eating, etc. (jo to
Mueller & Hill's an. I get n bottle of
Augt.st Flower for cents, Two dose
will relieve you. Try it. Get (JrcL'n'a
Steal Estate &
EUGENE and JUNCTION CITY
The Leading Real Estate Dealers of Lane
We have a large list of some of the best bargains in l ane county and other
watts of the Valley, which we will show those looking lor homes at our own ex
pense. Take a look with us. If wo don't
harm, Kead a description of some of our
No. 143. 1150 acres of land, situate
two miles north of Junction City; 'J00
acres in cultivation; about 'JO acres
wood and timber; two houses and two
bams, very (air buildings; school-house
within :00 yards of one of the build
ings : this is a No. I land, and consid
ered ono of the best places in lutne
' Price ....$tvlO0
No. 141. 320 acres of land, four miles
from Junction City ; two sets of build
ings on the placo; 100 acres or more
good farm land for cheat, outs and some
good wheat land ; this s a good stock or
dairy ranch, watered by the Long Tom
Kiver on the west, tho river being the
west line of the place.
No. 147. 70 acres of land ll miles
from Junction City, on tho F.ugene road ;
no buildui'is ; most all in cultivation
and gO(d quality of land.
No. 150. 80 acres on the river rond to
Eugene, 2 miles from Junction City;
this is nearly all river bottom laud;
gvl buildings ; plenty of fruit ; a choice
Price f 1.000
No. I'll. M acres; 15 acres in culti
vation; old buildings; some good fruit;
We have some good bargains near
ties. Call on or address
R. F. BAKER & CO.
Oillce l'p-Sta!r in Gilmore Bldg
W. W. (KJI.ESP.Y,
Physician and Surgistn.
Office in ilotel Bbs-k. Junction. ("-.
Do You Know
Seattle Fruit & Produce
COMPANY, OF F.UGENE,
pays the highest cash price for poultry,
eggs, veal and all kinds of farm produce.
Pricesthis week : Chickens,7c I'r pound ;
veal, 7c; geese, tic ; dnrk, 7c.
Don't forget the place Hth Street, next
door to Soap factory.
West Eighth Street
Near Steam Laundry
Chris Atarx, Jr., proprietor
Clothing Cleaned, Colored and Re
paired. Faded Clothing Restored to
Its Original Color to Look Like Neui
Talcphono Rod 49-4.
(Bourbon and live)
ROYAL OA K anil LACLY
(IJourbon and Rye Whiskies)
Fine Line of Imported and I o
MO NOG HAM
. . Junction City . ,
VINCENT & CO.
TOILET ARTICLES, etc.
do you any fcood o will do you no
miles north rf Junction ( ity ; nil
good level land and otxl soil; u portion
covered with timber and brush; -mile
to school house.
No. 150. Sll acres of the very best of
land. 2 miles north of Junction City ;
nearly nil in cultivation; rented this
season for 00; rent goes with the place.
No l.Vt. M0 rcrcs of land, Slj miles
south of Junction City j nearly all in
cultivation; fair buildings,
No. 100. (7 acres of land, one mile
from city limits; nil in ciiltivutio.t ;
choice land; no buildings ; will sell in n
body or divide up hi small tracts to suit
purchasers ut rcasoniibo prices.
;u xttf. -W acres ot land, '"u miles
southwest from Junction City ; 12oucr
in cultivation ; buildings old, but ootxl
laud ; this is u bargain at 4,200.
No. 170. 420 acres of land, 3 mil
north of Junction City; 200 acres river
Ix.ttom land; 200 acres in cultivation
... i l, ..i
io nouses nun ostiixuii inopiiice; '4
mile to school. This is a bargain at lo
in Linn ami Ponton conn
Junction Citv, Oregon,
next dtr to ''Bulletin" oiliee.
Solid Yestibuied Trains, consistinjr o
Palace Sleeping Curs, luxurious Piuiieg
Cars, eleyunt Hay ('ouches and mnnilj
cent Tour1.1t Cars, to ami from all points
Lowest rates to nnd f'oni all parts f
Europe via Atlantic steanndiip Lint s.
R0VAL MAIL STEAMSHIP LINE
CHINA and JAPAN.
Canadian - Australian
. ',. SS. Line
It will pay you to apply for rates nnd
1L II. AimoTT, Accnt,
142 3d St., Portland, Or.
E.J. CoYJ.i:, A. O. P. A.,
Vancouver, B, C.
Well, if you are goiucj to
Eugene, stop at
on Willamette street, four doors south
of the Hotel Eugene, where you
will find the finest line of
in the Willamette Valley.
W. WADDLE, Prop.
Farm for Sale.
La xi) for Sale 480 acres with barn
and out buildings, running water, two or
chards, 155 acres in farming hind, within
nine miles of Junction City, for $1(100.
IiKluire of 8. Temple ton, Vi miles
Koutheast of Junction City. No agent.
South and East
COM TAN V.
Trains leave Junction Citv for Portland
and way station! at il :1I0 a. m, and
Vt-.'M p. in.
I ,v Portland.. ,,, . 8:110 am H;:ution
Lv Junction Citv. 1 ;;;s ion V'AH am
r Ashland 12-.W am 1 1 :l!o am
Sacramento .. ft-lOpm 5:0(1 n 111
" San Francisco. 7:45 pm 8:15 am
r tVden i ,X ntn 7 :h nm
IVi.ver OHIO am D;15 am
Kaunas City... ".2!tun 7:25 am
I M.i. "?.1..... U.!,k
.. ,' f ,-1 Hill CI ,1,0 II III
Ar I .o Angeles.. . 2:00 imi ;05 ant
r.l Puso tl:tK) pm il:(KI pin
Fort Worth... ttillOiwn il:.ti)nm
City of Mexlcoll :.'I0 am 11 :110 am
Houston 7:00iun 7:lHhun
New Orleans., tl :30 pm OiliOpm
asblitt;iou... ii:42 am 11:12 am
New York 12 : 10 pm 12 : H pm
rullmaii ami Tourist cars on both
trains, ( hair cars Sacramento to Otr
len and Kl 1 nso. and Tourist enrs to
Chic"airo, St. Loui", New Orleans mid
It . t ! . . '
l oiinectiiii at Ban Sriinclsco with sev.
eral steamshio lims for llottohihl. Ja
pan, China, Philippinen, Central and
Sen nceiit at Junction City station,
C. II. MAKKIIAM.ii. P. A.,
Shortest & Quickest
St. Paul, Duluth, Min
And All Points East.
Through Palac3 and Tourist Sleepers,
Dining & Bdfet Smoking Library Cars
DAILY Tlt.MNS; FAST TIME ;'
SEIIYICE & SCKNEUY UNIXlUALIvl)
Ticliets to polm East via Portland
and the Kkkat Nomtiikkx Lv. on sale ut
Southern Paeilie Deit Ticket olliie, or
(illEAT N'oHTHKHV Tu ket ollhv,
122 TlllRt) 5T.,
For Hates, l obl.-rs vuA full Informa
tion renrdiu Lnstern trip, call on or
A. 15. C. DESN1STOV,
City Pass, and Ticket Aeent, Poitlond,
9 v ;i
km You Going East?
Pcrlups I can be of service to you.
1 can ticket you over any railroad running
trains out of Portland; tell you when to leave
home; where to change cars; when you will
reach your destination, and what there is to
be seen on the way.
Call or write I '11 take pleasure in answer
ing your questions.
Omaha, Chicago, Kansas City, St. Louis and
5ALT LKKV. CITY.
An Important Factor In Transconti
..No one crossing tho continent can
afford to cut Salt Lake City from his
rou to. Tho attractions of tho place, in
cluding, tho Mormon Temple,'! nbornaclo
and Church institutions, tho Great Halt
Lake deader nnd denser than tho Dead
Sea in tho Holy Land tho pict uresque
environment nnd tho Warm Sulphur
and Hot Springs, arc uroator to tho
square yard than any locality on tho
Tho Kio Oramlo Western. Railway,
connecting on tho East with tho Denvet
& llio Grande and Colorado Midland
Suit lke, Denver,
I t. Worth, tniu
I in, K a Citv,
St. Louis, ('lib
cap) and East.
Salt Lukf, IViiver.
Ft. Worth, Outrt
ha, Kansas Citv,
St. 1 is, Chi
cago and East,
Walla Walln. Lew
loan. Mi 11 ilea po
lis. St. Paul, Do
Cbic.tKo ,V Ent,
via U 11 lit-
8:10 A. M
via I Li ut-
tt P. M.
7 A. M.
Ocean & River Schedule
All Sailinjj !'te
subject to i b-nc,
For San Francisco,
Sail every fi days.
S P. M.
4 P. M.
S P. M.
10 P. M.
To Astoria nnd
' I P. M.
t.lrepin Citv, New
hvrjf, Sah-iii, In
Corvallis ami Way
Latidinns. YMLAMCTTC A
Oregon (Utv, Day
ton mil Way
Landings. SHAKE RIVER
P.iparia to lwis
t A. M.
11 : 10 A M
4 in) P.M
U -.HO P. M
i . ' ..
E. V. Til AY EU, AKcnt.
Fro Snmplfl Honms,
F.'ectric Lights and Bella.
lion otiKt K Piios., Proprietors.
Lutes, tl to f2 per Day.
Headquarters for Commcr:ial Travelers-
and Mining Men.
Eitijene, ... - Oregon.
A. C. SiiitLOON, General Agent,
Third and Stark Sts., Portland, Ore.
Railways and on tho Vest with tho
Southern Pacific (Central Houtu) nnd
Oregon Short Lino, is tho only ttunseon
1innntnl lino passing directly through
Salt Lute Citv. Tho route through Salt
Lako City via the Kio Orando Western
Railway Is fainoun all tho yuar round.
On account of tho equable climato of
Utah and Colorado it is just as popular
in winter as in summer. Si!itd2oto.T.
D. Mnnslleld,")'! Washington, Portland :
or' Geo. W. Iloint,, Cionural .Pussenuor
Agent, Salt Lako City, for 11 copy of
,'hSult Lako City thoJJlty of tho Saints."'
Tho hanking houso of Gilbert Kros.r
Salem, failed to open its doors for busi
ness Tuesday inornini, and is now in
tho hand of a receiver.