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A. 1'. BCTrCRSWORTH, JR.,
Editor and Proprietor.
U!u w;r. if paid in Advance tl.jW
"MX it!. tilt.'tS. - $ .
l! rv months. - - - - t
A Tvort"iiing rates made known on
"LiiurvA the Kvtoilioe at Juuction Cit.
ti! scvond class mail matter.
In undertaking the publication of an
illustrated edition descriptive of Junc
tion City and surroundings, we have
boeu fully aware of the magnitude of the
task. With all its imperfections, we are
coufideut that this edition equals, if it
does not surpass, any similar work ever
attempted hy a newspaper in this part
of the Stat.
f 43 TO LTFFALO.
This is what the established rate
amounts to in each direction making ?$
for the round trip, and by arranging
with th Knrlintton Route passenger
are given choice of seven trains on dates
of sale. Call upon or write us for full
particular before makiugother arrange
ments. R. vV. Foster, Ticket Agent,
l:irliiigton Route, comer Third and
Mark stieets, Portland, Oregon.
A FARMERS' MEETING
will be held in the Opera House, Junc
tion Citv, Wednesday, June 5, at 2 p
m. Mr." C. L. Smith, an espeit dairy
man and practical farmer frotu Minne
sota, whose services have been secure.!
bv the Southern Pacific Company, will
discuss improved methods of dairying
n.l farming, selection anil care of cows.
fee ling of "lock, growing of forage plants
and other matte rs ot general interest.
Farmers will be invited to ask ques
tions, make suggestions and take part
in the discussion. Mr. Smith's subject
will be, "Dairying and Diversified
Farming.' In the evening, at S o'clock,
he will deliver his lecture cn "Home
Making," , an entertaining talk for
w.tTincr ami n!.l. Indies anl voumz peo
ple are especially invitel. This is go
ing to oe. a vrrana meetinz.an.i everv
farmer should attend both meetings.
Mr. Smith attended the first Farmers'
Institute meeting in the United States,
and has been a member ever since.
V, L. Wright has a ce stock of wall
nf the latest and prettiest designs.
Now is the time to repaper your house.
.T H. Miller will be dad to have vou call
nnd see these new patterns. No matter
w hat your tate, you should be able to
choose" something to suit from among so
many beautiful patterns.
J. A. Sibbett3 and family are moving
into the house recently occupied by At
torney Skipwcrth and wife.
UlillOME GOLD CURE,
Is Ingenious Tkeatmkvt by M men
DarxKARns Ark lizisa Crxsn
Daily is Sfitu or Them
selves. No Sox tors Dos No Weakesi.vo or
the Serves A Pleasant axi
Positive Urns foh th2
It is now gsnnrally known and under
stood that drunkenness is a disease and
tot weakness. A body filial w ith poi
son, and mrvts complc-tfly bl;at.ercd by
jieriivlical or constant use ot in toxical
in Ikpiyrs, rejuires an antidote capa
ble of neutralizing and eradicating this
poison, and destroying the craving for
intoxicants. Sufferers may now cure
them-rlvi- r.t imme without publicity
or las of time from buines by this
wonderful "Home G"M Core" which
has been perfected after many years of
do Etndv and treatment of inebriates
The faithful use according to direc
tions of this wonderful discovery ic po
sitively EU?.rar.te?d to cure the mot ob
stinate ca?e, no matter how hard a
drinker. Our record fchow the niar
velou? transformation of thoueanda of
drunkards into Bolder, indufctrioua and
Wivtrs cire your huftbanda! ChiMren
cure your fathers! This remsJy is iu
in se"ae a r.os'.rum, but ii ag;-ecific fo:
tV.i disease only, and i? so skillfully de
vif"d anl rpared triat it is thoroughly
soluble and nleaaant tothe taste, i that
it can be given in a cap of t-a or ft.ff
without the knowledge l t!ie j.-.-ron
taking it. Thoua-.ds of drunkards
have cur- t theiriRfe'.ves with this price
less rvmei'y, and aa many more have
been cured and nz tomjt-jrate men by
Laviii'j the "Cure" !d!mnit-red by lov
ing friends and relative? without '.beii
knowledge in coS-e or t-a. and believe
todav t'nat they discoiitiiimii ilrinkin
of their own free will. Do not wait.
Do not be deluded h? apparent and mia
leadin "improvement " Drive out the
diwajw at once and for all tim. Th
"IJome ihj'A Cure" is sold at the ex
tremely lo price of one dollar, thus
f lacin4 within reach of everybody a
treatment more effectual than other
costing t2o t tf V). Full directions ac
company each package. Spo-cial advice
by vkiired physicians when relue!uJ
without extra charge. Kent prepared
t- any part of the world on receipt of
one dollar. Address Dept. !.2. Eiin
J!. Giles" & Companv, 23S0 and
Market St., Ptiiladtlptiia.
All correspondence etrictly confiden
tial. The Weekly Oresoniaa and Eci-rnx
one year fcr 2.
Junction City Camp,
No. 440, Wihmmks or TUB
Wmti o, meets every first
and third Monday nights
in the month.
K. O. Samvki..
11. M. Miluorx. Clerk.
Lvcvli.cs Loixis, No. 5'-', K,
of P., meets first and third
Thursday nights iu each month,
at 8 p. ni.
J, D. Hamlin, C. C.
C. V. Hovstov. K. of It. A S.
Oasis Loimi. No. 41. 1.0.
idrUrW ? 0, F., meets every Saturday
W. M. Tain-, N. 0.
It. F. Uakvky, Secretary. '
sbL"' Jckctios City Lotxis. No.123
438 A.O. U.W., meets uvery Tuea
G. F. Seifworth, M. W.
W. M. FtrxtY, Recorder.
W. W. OGLESBY,
TlivsiiMn ami Stirveon.
Office in Hotel Block. Junction. Or.
West Eighth Street
Near Steam Laundry
Chris Marx, Jr., proprietor
Clothing Cleaned, Colored and Re
paired. Faded Clothing Restored to
Its Original Color to book Like Hem
TmUphonm Rmd 49-4.
CY Ill'S NOBLE
(Bourbon and Kye)
ROYAL OAK and LACEt
(Bourbon and Kye Whiskies)
Fine line of Imported and To
. . Junction City . .
VINCENT & CO.
TOILET ARTICLES, etc.
Well, if you are going to
Eugene, top at
on Willamette street, four doors couth
of the Hotel Eugene, where you
wiil find the finest line of
in the Willamette Valley.
W. WADDLE, Prop.
Farm for Sale.
Lavd pos Salb t80 acres with barn
and out building", running water.twoor
chards, 35 acres in farming land, within
nine miles of Junction City, fr $1'00.
Inquire of S. Templeton, V, mileg
southeast of Junction City. No airent.
Do You Know
Seattle Fruit & Produce
COMPANY, OF EUGENE,
pavg th hihe.t cah prica fr poultry
ezis, veal an ! al! kinds of farm produce.
Price this week : Chickenr.Tc per ponntl ;
vea!, 7c ; 6c; ducks 7c.
Don't forvtt the place 8th Street, next
Wjr to ap factory.
MP.f. J. A. SIBPETTIi
M ILLI N cKY PA K LORS.
Call and see them.
A full line of
Woman's $3 0 SHOE
IS THE WOULD.
14 Difleren Styes
Eugene, - Oregon
IV. A7. TRIPP,
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
ST" Horseshokiso a Specialty J2&
vCorner Fifth and Greenwood Sts.,
Junction Citv. Oregon
t aovthlnv ym Invent crlmpmr; fit
CVcT.TIIOE-MRK. COPVRlCMTor &ESIC
S PROTECTION. 8nd rnmkt, elii teh.orijboto.
tnr frM Tmlntion and ilriro.
l rC.A.SNOV& CO.
Pitect LAwjcrs. WASHINGTON, O.i;. S
The Burlinston Boute
t-T. PAUL AND RETURN.
Limit 0 dava. Tickota on sale May 30
and June 7th.
BUFFALO AND RET'JRN.
Limit 30 days. Ticket on sale first and
third Tuesdays, commencing June.
For full particulars, call on or address
II. H. Abbott, Acnt,
112 3d St., Portland, Or.
S Bargains S
? "FOLDING CAMERA, ?
with Carrying Cao and Double ?
i BOX CAMERA,
w ith Double Javg 4i5,
( $3.00. )
S NEW MODEI-S TOCO (
anw PRE MO CAMERAS J
N and j
EASTMAN KODACKS. (
$ E. Schwarzschild,
! P'ugene, Oregon.
tW South and Eai
Traini leave Junction City for Portland
and way station at 3 :II0 a. in. and
- :35 p. m.
Portland KiiiUum HiHUpin
Junction Citr. 1 :3S im 12:M am
Ar Ashland 12Mm 1 1 ::tS am
Sacramento ,. ft-lOpm 5:00 am
San Francisco. 7:45 pm H :4ft am
Ar tV'den ., :Mmu
7 ;UU am
7 :2A am
KunnuHCity... 7 :5 uni
Chicuk'o 7:12 am
jt AiiL'clca. . , 2 :00 lm 8 :tW hid
Kl IW :W)jm :(K)pm
F..rt Wort h . . . A :30 ant fl :.') a m
" City of Mexicoll :S0 am 1 ! ::)0 am
" Hounton 7:00am 7:(K)am
New Orleuna. . ::J pm tt :30 pm
Washington... 6:42am (1 :'.' am
New York 12:10 pm 12:10 pm
Pullman and Ton nut cars on both
train. Chair cam Hacramcnto ta(V
len and M Pano, atnt Toiirint enra to
Chicago, Ht. Ijoxw, New Orlcn and
Cutuiertinu at Sail rraiiciico with ev.
era! Meamahip line for Honolulu, Ja
pun, ( hma. Philippine, ventral am!
Sc aent at Junction City ttation,
C. II. MAHKHAM, O. P. A.,
Shortest & Quickest
St. Paul, Duluth, Min
And All 1'uint Ea.
Throagh Palacj end Toartst Sleepers,
Dining & Bdfet Smoking Library cars
DAILY TRAINS; FA FT TIME;
SERVICE i SCENERY t'NEWUALED
Tickets to points Fan via Portland
and the Iihkat NoRTimk.s Rv. on nub at
Southern Pacific Dcp.it Ticket ollice, or
GiiET Nonmcav Ticket oilice,
ijj THIHI) sr.,
ForRatea, F!djr ami full informa
tion n-nnrdinK Euxti-m trip, call on or
uddn-Mi A. 11. C. DKNNlsTON,
City Pana. and Ticket Anent, Portland
UIBUJ llll' l I
Sf is 8(t
The Burlington Kotite ranks among the
greatest ol the world's railroads.
Over 8,000 miles long; employing 35,000
men; reaching 1,300 towns and cities in the
eleven states traversed by its lints; having
through-car arrangements which extend moro
than half way across the continent and earn
estly striving to give its patrons absolutely
uncqualed service, it is the line YOU should
select, next time you go east.
Omaha, Chicago, Kansas City, St. Louis and
f 43 TO RUFFALO.
Are you Roinn? Tha lowHt regular
rate heretofore has been $57 and the
same returning making tho lowest
round trip f 115.40, but tho Burlington
Route will now mdl you round trip
ticket; for t0, which in the same as tt
each way, and you can have choice of
routes and seven iraina on dates of Biilw.
Go over one road and return another.
On this low rate you can also reach
other EaHtern points. Tickets are first
class and stopovers permitted. Quick
est time and best service. Write us for
full particulars before making other ar
rangements. Address R. VV Foster,
Ticket Agent, Burlington Route. No. 100
Third Street, corner Stark, Portland.Or.
Halt Lake, Dvuvor,
Ft. Worth, timtt
ha, Kia City,
St. l.uk Chi.
cajio and East.
halt iake. Iienver,
M. Ixmiw, Chi
cairo and Kiut.
Walla Walla, U-w".
lis. 8t. Paiil,Du
(-hirairo it Eait.
' i prH
0 P. M.
Portland to Chicago
in 72 Hours.
No Change of Cars.
Ocean & River Schedule
rOM POU11.AND ,
All Hailing Datca
fubject to chnKf.
For San Franclaco.
Sail i-very ftdaya.
ft P. M.
4 P. M.
8 P. M.
M P. M.
To AM-'Hu and
4 P. M.
GO EAST THROUGH FORTLAD.
TICKETS VIA THIS ROUTE
ON HALE AT H. P. DEPOT.
E. F. THAYER, AKent.
UNIXiCALLKD SF.UVK'K via
GREAT SALT LAKE ROUTE.
The favorite ront to the Ettht la via
Salt Lake City ml Denver over the Rio
(iruiulx WcnU rn Itailway, in i-oiincction
with either the Denver A Rio Grande
tor t olorado MhiIswuI ICaiiromlii. V0
will find it a phamuit way to travel,
coitplintt nit it doc the most remarkable
Bienic rid in America with an timur
patd train service. Three taut throtiKh
tnuiKfi'titiueiital ttaina Jaily, carrvlmj
all chifKeH o( equipment, Itictudinit Pull
man Palace nnd riinary or Toiirlat
Sleepcra to Chiciien and Ht. Imin uilh
out rhiinye, Fpmi RiH'liniin Chair Car,
OliHervalion Cam and a Perfect Dining
Car Service Send (or lohler and thef
information to I. 1. Mannileld, G,m'ral"
At;' nt, l'."J A Tbiril H'rwet, Portland, or
(ieor'o W. Heinlr., Ccin rul Paw nKer
Ai'ent, Salt IdikeCity.
j wt ' "tip mm i 'in
A. C. Siiildoh, General Agent,
Third and Stark Sis., Portland. Ore.
This is the season when house-cleaning
begins to receive consideration. Anew
carpet for tho parlor, sitting room or
bedroom, and new matting for the
kitchen nnd halls, add ft thousand per
cent to tho appearance of a home, "i ou
will find just what you want in this lino
at W. L. Wright's furniture store, and
at prices that are right.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
The 1900 nsso8nnont rolls will bo
closed June 15th.
W. W. WITHERS,
Sheriff and Tax Collector.
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