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About Junction City bulletin. (Junction City, Or.) 189?-1901 | View Entire Issue (May 23, 1901)
South and East
A. P. BUTrERSVVORTM, JR.,
Editor and Proprietor.
MISS ANNA OULESBY,
Ono yv .r, if paid iu Advance
Six iiii'i; J;s, - - -
Th rot months, -
Advertising rates made known on
KrU rod the iMistoitiec at Junction City
as second class mail tnatUT,
x y : k i. y c ro i; Ri" llet i s .
V. S. I'KI'AKrMKNTor A.Kuri.TniE,
Warm and partly cloud v weather pre
vailed until 'I hursday afternoon, when
a change to cooler, accompanied by
thnwery con.litious, began and contin
ued the remainder of the week, rrostt
occurred Monday morning in the east
crn portion of the Stole and on Satur
day morning at a few expose! place in
the western portion. The frost, how
over, were not heavy enough to cause
material damage. The maximum tem
peratures during the week in Western
Oregon range.! ner.veen m
Deg., and me minimum lemp-i.tumo
between 42 Peg. and 34 Vvi. In East
cm Oregon the maximum tem.-eratures
ranged between IV. anl .lVg.,an.l
the minimum tem'pt'ratnre Mwn
"Vail wheat, rye and barley continue 4
in excellent condition, and mai lanucsi
advanced has begun to head. Spring
wheat and oat have made a god
growth, and there is no complaint of in
sect j cts damaging either fall or spring
sown grain in any section of the State.
Alfalfa, clover, tame grass and pastures
are doing splendidly and the pr.-pecU
now are excellent for a gil crop of hay.
stock is getting fat. Sheep shearing is
well advanced nd the wool d p, while
, not quite as heavy as las', year, is re
ported verv good.
Gardens, although backward. nr do
ing well, and there is an abundance cf
earlv vegetables in the market. Potato
and 'corn planting ami cummer fallowing
nre practically completed. Correpond
cnts cenerallv rej-ort an increased acre
age iu potatoes and corn. Corn need
more rain and warmer weather in the
Southern counties, but elsewhere it is
doing nieelv aud itscult;ration is in gen
eral progress. Hops continue thrifty
Complaints regarding the dropping ol
Italian prunes nave lucreas-eu um-i im.-
.1,,.... .. .rtif.i. rif tin. Willamette val-
lev aud the vields there will fall short I
farmer expectations. The outlook lor a
good crop of apples continues favorable
TUK HOME OOLD CURE.
T.- IviirviuM TiHEATMi:ST nv Y HU H
DavxKAr.is Akk -Rhino Cukko
DaILY IX Sl'lTK or Thkm
jtkt.vtjt.. No No.Mot s DiisKs No Wkake.mm; or
tiik Nerve.- A Pi.kasant ami
lV-ilTIVK CfKE KoK THE
It is now generally known and under
stood that drunkenness is a di.-ease and
not weakness. A body filled with 11
ton, and nervts comph-t.-ly shattered by
.., r... n.in-u iiii antidote calla
ri'sin al or consiaiu use 01 iiuiit..ii
ble of ueotralizing and eradicating tins
poison, and destroying the craving for
intoxicants. Sufferers may now cure
themselves at home without publicity
or loss of time from business by this
wonderful "Home Hold Cure" which
lias been perfected after many years of
close studv and treatment of inebriates
The faithful tisu according to direc
tions of this wonderful diseovciy is po
sitively guaranteed to cure the most ob
stinate case, no matter how hard a
drinker. Our records slwnv the mar
velous transformation of thousands of
drunkards into solar, industrious and
Wives f ire your husbands ! Children
cure your fathers! This remedy is in
110 sense, a noerruni, but is a specilic for
this disease only, and is so skillfully de
vised and prepared that it u thoroughly
soluble and pleasant to the taste, so that
it can he given in a cup of tea or coTee
without the knowledge of the p ron
taking it. Thousands of drunkards
have cured themselves with this price
less remedy, and as many more have
been cured and made tenrpcrate men by
having the "Cure" administered by lov
ing friends and relatives without heir
knowledge in coffee or t-n, and believe
todav that they discontinued drinking
of their own free will. Do not wait.
I)o not be deluded by apparent ami mis
leading 'improvement " Hrive out the
disease at once and for all timo. The
"Home Gold (Jure" is sold at the ex
tremely lov price of one dollar, thus
placing within reach of evcryliody a
treatment more effectual than others
costing f25 to $30. Full directions ac
company each package. Special advice
by "killed physicians when requested
without extra charge. Sen! prepared
to anv part of the world on receipt of
one dollar. Address Dept. E(i2-', Edwin
P.. 'Giles & Company, OT) and i?A'l
Market St., Philadelphia.
All correspondence strictly confiden
tial. I OW 11 ATE TO JiCEEALO.
If you are going to the Exposition, or
anv Vther point East, do not make
your arrangements until you have s
cured rates from the Turlington Route,
Thev will interest you. Call or write
for "fuil particulars. R. W. Foster,
Ticket. A 'rent Rurlington Route, comer
Third aud Stark Sta., Portland, Ogu. .
WANTED rA m ef hti Whh tf R ITA S J ul
ol tawfit. Thtf tuBUh pn ! PoIob lilt. (Ih r
tclicl. .Nm h wotd K I PA N 8 cm tin ud
Mpl to HbtiUuM. K'l PA'N S, lor .., mr
bt hd it af druf (to. Tm umpltt m4 do thauuoa
tnuacnuli U1 tx MiM to T mM" t '.
.rdrd to the Rip! Ciauc4l t., Ko. i Sp'K
Slrttl, Kw York.
JcxcTioN City Cxvv,
No. 44i, W.SlllMEX of TIIK
Wohi.ii, meet every first
and third Monday nights
iu the month.
E. O. Sami ki h,
II. M. Miu.iokv. Clerk.
fl.nil.I.C IJHMiK, , rv .
of 1'., meets first ami thinl
Thursday nights in each month,
at H p. m.
J. I). Hamlis, C. C.
C. P. Hoi stox. K. of It. SJ
m. Oasis Ioiiok, No. 41, 1. O.
-. 0. F., meets every Saturday
M. Twpp, . G.
P.. F. Haiivkv, SM-retnry.
Jexc-rioxCiTY I.oi;k, No.PJ;!.
. tt.u.-. a. 11. i , v . , meeifl ccit ura-
t .k 1. tl' & T....J-
Vyi day night.
G. F. Skipwouth, M. ,
W. M. PfTNEV, R.'1-order.
Y. W. Oi.LESRY,
Phvsician and Sargeon.
Office in Hotel Wock. Junction. Or
West Eighth Street
Near Steam Laundry
Chris Marx, Jr., proprietor
Cl-thina Cleaned. Colored and Re
paired. Faded Clothing Restored to
Its Original Color to Look Like Neui
Tmlaphono Had 40-4.
(Bourbon and Ryu)
ROYAL OAK and LACEY
MANHATTAN CLP P.
(IVuirbon and Rye Whiskies)
Fine Line of Imported and l o
. . Junction City ,
' 9th and
VIXCKXT & CO.
TOILET ARTICLES, etc.
Solid Vestibule.! Trains, consisting of
Palace Sleeping Cars, luxurious Dinimr
Cars, eleitnnt Day foacbes and niiik'iiili
cent Tourist Cars, to and from all points
I.oweK rates to and from nil pari of
Europe via Atlantic Steamship Lines.
ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIP LINE
CHINA and JAPAN.
Canadian - Australian
HONOLULU and AUSTRALIA.
It will pav you to apply for rates ami
H, If. AlllloTT, Acent,
J42IM St., Portland, Or.
E. J. Covi.k, A. . P. A.,
Vancouver, R. C.
Well, if you nre going to
Eugene, stop at
44 The Oregon' '
on Willamette street, four doors soui.li
of the Hotel Eugene, where you
will find the linest line of
in tin? Willamette Valley.
W. WADDLE, Prop.
Farm for Sale.
Land oit Hai,k 480 acres with barn
and out buildings, running water, two or
cluirds, .'V acre in farming land, within
mictifiii (!itv. for 1 111)0.
Inquire of 8. Tcinpleton, inilua
Houtheast ol junction tuy. mimjeni
Do You Know
Seattle Fruit & Produce
COMPANY, OP EUGENE,
pays thrf highest cash price, for poultry,
eggs, venl and all kinds of farm produce.
Prices this week : Chiekcri8,7c per pound ;
veal, 7c ; gense, c ; ducks, 7c.
Don't forget the place 8th Street, next
door to Soup factory.
Shasta Route J
Trains leuve Junction City fr IVIhwid
iui.I miiv stvlioiiH ut :i:;iil. id. and
'.'::i5 p. m.
i.v I'oiiiuiiil M:;ui urn ::'' p
l.v Junction City, 1 ::w pm U'MUnm
ArAshlmi.l r.':o.iam n:a.iim
" Sacramento .. .VIOpiu .'i;iuiu
' San Francisco. 7:4Aim H:4Aiu
Ar Og.len 4 :V am , i : am
.... li.lt ...
- .,7 I,,
" it'iiVer i:.Hiii i. i.i biii
" Kansas City... 7'Mbhi ":Wnm
" Chicago 7:4'.' nm :: am
Ar l.os Angcie"... -';Ut pm M:A am
" IM l iiso h:oupin n:tipiu
" F.rt Worth... 0:30 am :.' am
City of Mexico! I am 1 1 :'M am
" Houston 7:00 am ":00 am
" New Orleans. . rt:!U pm :iW in
WuMhiiiL-um. . . (l:l''iiin (1:4: m
" New York l'.':inpm 13:!Q'Hi
I'lillmitn nnd Ti)Urll rsrs on Ixdh
trains. Chair cars Sacnmcnto t(g.
den and El Paso, and Tourist cars to
Chicago. St. lauii-, Now Orleans and
Connecting at San Srandsco with sev
..ml xt.'ritiinliin lin.'M fur Honolulu. Ja
pan, ( himi, Philippine, Central and
smitli X iiii-ririi.
See a-ent at Junction City rtatmn,
(' II MAPKIIAM.G. P. A..
Shortest & Quickest
St. Paul, Duluth, Min
And All Punts East.
Through Palac3 and Tourist Sleepers,
Dining & Buffet Smoking Library Cars
DAILY TRAINS; FAST TIME;
SKRVICE A SCENERY I N I'.tH' AI.ED
Tickets to 1.0'inti East via Portland
and the (iiiKAr Noiae;n' Rv. "11 sale at
Southern I'acilie 1 It-i.i.l 1 i. ket ollice, or
( i UKAT NoilTIIKHN Til lo t otli. e,
1 31 THIKD .ST.,
For Hates, 1'oM'rx and full informa
lion ri"t tiling EatiTti Irip, cull rui or
address A. I:. C I'KNMSTON,
Oitv l'a-. and Ti. k l Ay.-nt, Portland
-- - . ...t-.-r.Al.
Tim Partington ticket office in Portland in a verilablo
Ihirenu of Information for travelers a place where
iliey tan learn what it will cost to reach ANY jxjint in
America or Europe; how long the trip will lake, and
what there in to see on the way.
Jf you are figuring on an eastern Irip, drop in and
get full information, or, if you prefer, write me ulout it.
Omaha, Chicago. Kansas City, St. Louia and
,.-.,,,.... ....... - - "
UNE(iUALLEI SERVICE via
(iREAT SALT LAKE ROUTE.
Tho favorite roil to to the East is via
Salt Lake City mid Denver over tho Rio
Grande. Western Railway, in connection
with either the Denver 1t Rio (irande
or Colorado Midland Railroads. You
will find it a pleasant way to travel,
coupling us it does tho most" remarkable,
scenic ride in America with an tiiiMiir.
passed train service. Three fast through
transcontinental trains, daily, carrying
oil classes, of equipment, including Pull
man Palace mid Ordinary or Tourist
Sleepers to Chicago nud St. Louis wilh
nut cliniiun. Free Recliniiiif Clinir Curs,
Observation Curs and u Perfect Dining
and Union Pacific
Tlmo JV.!icdu!c t
Salt l.alu Denver,
Pt. Worth, Oma
lot, KaiiNM City,
St. Louis, fl.l
crtuo mimI East.
Salt lake, Denver,
Ft. Worth, Onin
8:40 A. M
St. Iilll", Clii
cagu and Et.
Walla WallB. Iw.
lis, St. Paul, Dti
II P. M,
Ocean &River Schedule
, All Sailing Date
ntihject to c!iige,
j l or Sn Krancixco.
Sail every 5 day,
H P. M.
4 P. M,
10 P. M.
To Atria and
4 P. M.
Oregon City, Nw
!htk, Salem, In-di'K-ldeue'
n A. M.
4 :;: P. M
H MV. M
Pi pari a
3:40 A M
Oregon City, Pay
t.ui mi d Way
landings. SNAKL ttlVER
Riparia to Ix-win-ton.
E. I . THAYER, Agciil.
Fr.M- Sit in pie R.smis.
E'e. ttic Light ami IVlls.
1.ii,i,i:siii: K Rikih., Propric!orn.
Rates, $1 to U p r lay.
Ib udipiiarters for Commercial Travelers
and Mining Men.
Euy.-nc, ... - Oregon.
A. 0. SiiKi.no, General Agenl,
Third and Stark Sis., Portland, Ore.
' Jl" ''.
CarScrvlco. Send for folder and otlio.
Information to .1. 1. Munnfleld, lieneriil
Agent, 1-2 A Third Hreot, Portland, or
Ciuorgo W. Heiut., (ieneral Paisongcr
Atfent, Salt Lake City,
TIiIh is (he HeftHon when hoiiflecleaning
hegiim to receive consideration. ' A new
carpet for tho parlor, sitting room or
bedroom, am! new matting for the
kitchen iiml hulls, add u thousand per
cent to the appearance, of it homo. " on
will find just what you want in this lim
at V. L. Wright'a furnituro store, and
at priced that uro right.
The Eiiicno Sonn Co.'m Lulu Savon
; brand is tho cream otall laundry "oiips.