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JUNCTION CITY, OREGON, pTHURSDAY. JUNE 13, 1801
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$8' 0DO 111
ens & Boys'
BY JULY 5, 1001.
Must be sold by iat-date
We are goins to remodel our
store this summer. Call at once
The House Furnisher.
Tinware ill Crockery
In fact, everything
to furnish a house.
WILL DELIVER GOODS IN JUNCTION FREE OF CHARGE.
THE BULLETIN 81ECIAL EDITION
WlfAT CCH COSTBMPObWr-ll HAVE TO SAT
AHOCT IT, OK "AS fTHXKS SIS VI.
Im wm tfctr
ht hi 991 tut ,,
'our illustrated edi-
-etter, Jane (J.
Rullotin lias issued
A WORTHY SUCCESSOR.
"Sombthixo New Uscea the S&s."
All Doctors have tried to cure catarrh
by the use of powders, arid gases, in
hale ra and drop in paste form Their
powder dry up the mucnous mem
branes, causing them to crack open ami
bleed. The powerful acids used in the
inhalers have entirely eaten away the
same membranes ' that their makers
have aimed to cure, while pastes and
ointment cannot reach the disease.
An old and experienced practitioner
who hai for many yeara made a cloe
ttudy and specialty of the treatment of
catarrh, has at last perfected a treat
ment which when faithfully used, not
only relieve at once, but permanently
cures catarrh, by removing the cause,
stopping the discharges, and curing all
inflammation. It is the only remedy
known to science that actually reaches
the afflicted parts. Thin wonderful
remedy is known as ,'8nufflea the Guar
anteed Catarrh Cure" and is sold at the
extremely low price of one dollar, each
package containing internal and exter
nal medicine sufficient for a full month's
treatment and everything necessary to
its perfect use.
"Hnuflles" it the only pei feet catarrh
cure ever made and i now recoenized as
the only safe and positive core for that
annoyitiir and disgustinz disease. It
corps all inflammation quickly and per
manently and is also wonderfully quick
to relieve hay fever or cold in the head. ;
Catarah w hen neglected oiten lead to
consumption--"Fnuffles" will save you
if you use it at once. It is do ordinary
remedy, but a complete treatment
which is positively guaranteed to cure
catarrh in any form or stage if used ac
cording to the directions which accom-
All Kinds of Lumber on Hand Rough and
Dressed. Long Timbers a Specialty;
A level roaii. No hills.
FOUR MILES WEST OF FERGUESON TLACE.
HORTON BROS., estrup, or.
A GOOD THING.
German Kyrup in the apocinl prescrip
tion of Dr. A. SoHchee, a celebrated Ger
man Physician, and is acknowledged to
bo 0110 of the most fortunate discoveries
In niodicino. It quickly cures Coughs,
Coldx and all Lung troubles of the no
voretjt nature, removing, as it does, the
cntifio of the affection and leaving tho
parts in a Rtrong and healthy condition.
It is not an experimental incdicino, but
ham Ht(il the tent of years, giving sntiH
fiictiou iii every case, which its rapidly
increasing sale every season confirms.
Two million bottles sold annually. Jlo
scheo'a Gorman Hyrup was introduced
in the Unltod States in 1808, and is now
sold in every town and village in tho
civilized world. , Three doses will re
lievo any ordinary couizh. Prixe 75 eta.
For Hale by Mueller & Hill. Get Green's
Goo. Iiosquett, 8 miles west of June
tion. is Koiug to build h mrn with lucr.
ber from tl:e Estrup mill.
A familiar name for tho Chicnso. Mil
waukee & ft. Paul Railway, known all
over tho Union ns the Great Railway
running ine-noneer Umited" trains
every day and night bet ween St. Paul
and Chicago, and Omaha and Chicatro,
"The enly perfect trains in tho world."
Understand: Connections aro made
with All Transcontinental Lines, assur
ing to passengers the best servico known.
Luxurious coaches, electric lights, steam
heat, of a verity equaled by no other
Seo that your tiekot reads via "The
Milwaukee" when going to any point in
tho United States or Canada. All
ticket agents sell them.
For full rates, pamphlets or other in
foi mation, address,
J. W.Casby, C.J. Enny, f
' Trav. Pass.' Agt.,' General Agont,
Portland, Or. Portland, Or.
b Dime buys Bulletin Special Edition.
Th psnpU W9d
"b ta th wi
4 fftwa Im bra
"hty built to'
(Colombia River a
Have looked over
tion with interett.-
Tlio Junction Cit'
a irood edition desciiptive of the place
1 - . ma. a.
and surroumiinu cowitry. uwui pear
good fruit." I
f Euzene Register J
The Junction Pultin has just issued
a nandsomely liliinnea lo-pagewnuon
containing a epltfndtf write-up of Junc
tion and the Eonntvi The edition is cer
tainly a credit to th town and a benefit
to the county.
I Letter, recei vil last Sunday )
Elizabeth, Colo.. June.190L Editor
Bulletin: Kindly sid roe one of your
descriptive numherf of Junction City.
I wtsli a western coaii locauon anu ex-
poet to be in yourcoantry about the 18th
oi July. lours trulf, ueo. a. ernow.
Lincoln County Times, Washington J
LAHOB laorHTT HOl.OK.lt.
We are in receiot tf a ceneral descrip
tive number of theiJunction City, Or.,
Bulletin, from wbici we copy the fol
lowuiii extract from r-.n extended men
tion oIC. W. Washburne, wlo has s lot
of farm interesU in Lincoln county, and
F ho waa a visitor here only last week.
Speaking of bia worth in the community,
The Rullctin saya quotation followej.
. Cottage Gkve leader j
k fine descriptive edition advertising A Dp V OI I Wr A I lY
Junction City and the north end of Lane V-' rVL'rv
county. The number is a valuable one
and profusely illustra,ted by good half
tme cuts of the principal business
houses, churches and fine residences,
and shows throughout' an enterprisiug
spirit in the part of the editor of that
jitwsy paper that should win in country
journalism. 'Kali tor ine uuiieuai
j' I t Bohemia Nugget J
:A. P. Betters worth, editor of the
Junction City Bulletin, has Inst lssmd
a-i sulendid 8-caaa auitplenient to his
rltaper, printed on gopl book paper, and
hcumw and resiliences of the picturesque
little city, and a well written descriptive
article 01 the aiirrounding country. It
is an able effort on the part of the editor
of The Bulletin and proves bis worth to
the community in which he lives. The
edition will be instrumental in turning
the eyea of many homoseekers toward
Lane county and Junction in particular
Portland Evening Telegram. June 7
Tira.uprEB Willamette valucy
The Junction City- Bulletin published
this week a Special Edition: containing
nuite a comprehensive ami creditable
Mffrilii ttt." Vkf . iKa 1 T r rvo r tVll1niriiltA
Valley, Lane County and Junction City,
and its surroundings. All such publi
cations, if the truth be told In thorn if
they do not indulge in gross exaggera
tionsare useful, and tiie local papers
that issue these special editions, at con
siderable cost and much labor, are de
serving of the cordial good will, in every
legitimate way and sense, of their neigh
The Bulletin finds a quite sufficient
excuse for tins special number in trie
fact stated in its introductory remarks,
that and then it quotes quite exteu
Passing over the hint that the larger
towns and county seats meaning, local
ly Eugene have largely conlrolled im
migration, the Junction City paper pro
ceeds to show up trie value ana aivan
tnges of the scope of country of which it
is tho center, and a few of its remarks
aro quoted as illustrative of what might
bo said, with slight changes, by local
papers in a dozen towns between Oregon
City and Rosebnrg. Long quotation
These, and other details, are an old
story to those familiar with the facts,
but in coneeouenceof large immigration,
or for the very reason that Oregon needs
and desires immigration, these facts
should bo frequently restated bv the in
torior press : and the papers that thus
present them, carefully and truthfully,
tor the information and enlightenment
ot J'.astern people wno nave come, or
may think of coming, to this state, aro
rendering not only their home and town
and community, but the state at large
a useful service.
In fifty years the Willamette Vallev
ought to bo populatod by four or five
timoa ns many people as are now in tho
wholo state, "it is rich enough to "sup
port'', in tho.Bonse in which that term
is generally used in this connection,
even a far larger population than that
juat iudicated some two millions. The
children growing up will see what they
pany each package. Don't dlay, but
send for it at once, and write full partic
ulars as to you: condition, and you will
receive special advice from the discov
erer of this wonderful remedy regarding .
your case without cost to you beyond
the regular price of "Snuffles ' the
Guaranteed Catarrh Cure."
front prepaid to any address In the
United Bta ten or Canada on receipt of
one dollar. Address Dept. E622, Edwin
B. Giles A Company, 2330 and 2332
Market St., Philadelphia.
Too are hereby notified that
Marshal J. . J. Darneille is
about collecting tax for your
existence in this community.
Gentlemen dog, f 1 ; lady dog
$2. Failure to par entails 3
days incarceration, followed
by assassination. The total
number is about 60; pugs. Nearly
all 'have homes. Some are petted to
lovingly by the gentler aexthat it makes
Just published by the Southern Pa
cific Co. is a pamphlet upon the re
sources of Western Oregon, wliich in
clude an excellent map of the state, and
contains information on climate, lands,
education, etc, existing industries and
their capabilities. , ?
Attention ia also directed to such new
fields for energy or capital aa promise
This publication fills t need long ex
perienced Dy Oregonians, in replying to
inquiries of Eastern friends.
Copies may be had of local agent 8. P.
Co., or from C. U. Mabkbav,
G. P. A., Portland, Or.
If so, investigate the
BEFORE PURCHASING. Everything Reid makes is the best
of its kind that can be made. Neither second quality mate
rials oor second-rate workmen allowed in the Ileid shops.
And back of best materials and best workmanship are ability,
knowledge and experience gained through years of inventing,
designing, ex perimeuting.
Weatherly Creamery Co.,
Junction City and Portland, Sole Agents for Oregon
XJTWrite to Weatherly Creamery Co., Portland, for complete catalogue.
Wo carry a Full bin of '
Stoughton l 0.15, John Tre Plows
AND HARROWS. ; '
W e are Headquarters for . . . .
SIM0NDS SAWS and alt kind, of
GRIFFIN HARDWARE COHP'Y,
EUGENE, OREGON. ' ' ,
GEORGE W. WRIGHT,
OF GOLDSON, HAS ON
HAND . . .
Feet of Dry Lumber
which he will dispose of at reasonable
price. Long timbers a specialty. Best
lumber on tho market.
ISTWill be delivered promptly al any
! pait of the county. -
The Burlington Rout
W. L. Wrght haa a new stock of wall
paper of the latest and prettiest designs.
Now is the time to repaper your house.
J. II. Miller will be glad to Lave you call
aud see these new patterns. So matt X
what your tarte, you should be able to
choose something to suit from among sj
many beantiful patterns. -
The Burlington Route
J. H. Maw invites the people-
Junction and vicinity to call and nee iho
new 1001 Rambler bicycles, lfyouj'ra
thinking abo-ut buying a wbet-1, it w ill
piy you to look at the Rambl t lx frra
you iiiako a purchase. Just tiotiev thi
number of thest wheels in nse. III:.; 14
tho best edvertisetae'ut it can have
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