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About Junction City bulletin. (Junction City, Or.) 189?-1901 | View Entire Issue (June 13, 1901)
A. P. BUTTERSWORTH, JR.
Editor and Proprietor.
MISS ANNA OdLESBY,
One year, if paid in Advance ILW
inx months, - $ ."5
Tim months. ..- .50
Advertising rates made knowu on
i L , ,.
butt-red the postotlice at J auction Uty
as second cIoks mail matter.
Do not bo deluded by apparent and mis
leading "improvement' Drive out the
disease at once and for all time. lhe
"Homo Gold Cure" i sold at the ev
trciuoly low price of one dollar, thus
placing within roach of everybody a
treatment more effectual than others
ecting 1-3 to 150. Full directions ae
couipanv each package. Special advice
by skilled physicians when requested
without extra charge. Sunt prewired
to auv part of the world on receipt pi
one dollar. Address Dept. K022, JM
B. GiUs & Company, IflUW and i'ii'2
Market St., Pliiladdphia. '
All correspondence strictly confiden
POSITION OF THE S. P. COMPANY
As will bo seen by the phonographic
report elsewhere; Farmer Smith awed
his bretnren of tbe soil fornof fttteudhig
the meetingln greater fore than they
did. He attributed it to prejudice ; that
Wause he la in the employ of a railway
company. That the S. 1 has no other
motive than the good of the fanner
Imiht. Not because it loves
Crcsar leas, but because it loves Rouie
more; it wan Is to increase lis iubmcs,
and it cannot do that unless the farmers
iltiU HIU I'W.V v. ... . . j - .
nnuiwriina. VtiftftV rubs Ul
against vour leg. You aav : "Oh ! what
a lovinfccat." No; pussy does that bo-1
cause it pleases us self. w e all ruu up
agiinst one another in business for
profit. The Bulletin, too, wants great
prosperity here. How are financially
oor farmers going to take tbe paper and
pay their subscriptions promptly ? In
borne localities, in the East and South,
those who publish the papers take wood,
hams, everything, on subscription, ex
cept the smallpox, and they would take
K.it if thfr ii!i nv monev in it. We
-nt. .!. rivrht now. not because our
bank account is not plethoric, but he
rn nsf wrt are not so sure w snail mvci
all thoe in heaven who owe anything.
Wa wnnl.T t-pntlv call the attention of
the "workers" of the Capital Journal to
th f-tot. that morose mirairels incident to
he nr.-t.:ii nf minv who narrow "the
.-rt-tJn.T" rl:twn to meal t'mes chieSv
t.. tff..ti i.f dvsneesia are f ritfhtful
Perhaps the "workers" of the Journal
need a goou cook.
. The Bulletin has bounced "A great
BAcirnvncrcRMCErt FROM THK MILLS."
Z t. - - - .
an advertisement relative to the sale of
hosierv, because of "Empire Knitting
'nll.r. Hans & Co.. Droorietors.
New York," having failed to liquidate
for the insertion, per coiuraci. iu uiai
inz the 'irssrtion' we 'put our foot in it,'
in The Bulletin, not m tne cose.
From abroad come propositions to
furnisb The Bulletin wun eaiionai anu
Minir matter for small com
pensation or immortalitj in the form of
advertising in this paper. They are
he ntace. The Bulletin is
not a 2ndjrt3T sewer. These are else
where along the line of journalism. W e
do our own thinking and mean what we
any. Meanwhile, Th Bulletin is open
to the publication of articles, from its
readers everywhere wn the vital ques
,vn tha riv. nd e would be nleased
- to have them sent in often; But we do
not want articles from a . burro, or
bureau as it is expressed.
Timro nnthincr new that can be sa.d
in favor of the " Kambler" bicycle. It
has been on the market twenty-two
vears and during all of that time has
been the tavonte witn wcycie rmers.
Tha. now ittOl Rambler "Spec-
;m r.mr nr fivA nounda lighter (ban
any Kanibler ever before turned out,
and as true aa steel anu emu can wane
them. Call at NVright's furniture store
aud see them.
Lodge Directory, j
No. 4W, WtioiuiKX or tiu
WoRi.i, meet every first
and third Monday nights
in the month. i
1 . .V . u J
1U. V. PAJCJrf.
1 Consul Com,
II. M. Min iQBS. Clerk.
Tun-linn Loimik. No. f)2. K.
r 1 m.wt tint nd third
Thursday nights in each month,
at 8 p. m. . ,
J. P. IUmlis, V. V.
C. Y. HoisTov. K.of U. AS.
. . ... Ilium IjHViB. Nrt. 41. 1.0
CtfZStf 0. V., meet every Saturday
"Jf.-. evenini!. '
V. M. Tkii p, N. G.
r. F. IIarvkt, StH-retary.
WHAT IS LFI OF THEM.
The Ijiue CouniVoterans' AsstwiaUon
has elected John;' nghain president :
J. IHXUl. J. At'. bDll i"i J-Miyo,
J. It. Klliott, F. V button, W. H. Lin
coln, J. U. t uruil anu uaruuier view
presidonta, A. YrruiKion is secretary.
ON TO YJQUINA BAY. :
tvv. ...a ann.f i-Mon time at Yi
qulna Bay, whern be had excellent
fare, gooi nsnti '.
i.iii. in, a m iii-iii.. 'in h inu ruiuiiiv-a i
Thi ...limn niiim'iMes at the Sunt
nier School, of ,01, t Newport, will
affonl groat varlufof inslrucUon.dlver-
No other rusyjt ofteri iiual attro
t ons and aavanta
vifcitlng her cousfn Him Kitty Mdliorn,
returned to wef wne iu- uugvnvi Jvr
tiriUv. s- ' !.'!.."
w - ...
i....i niH. nrvin Smith renairea
.....i.i.i.i... iiurtt this wuk ami
IIIV IIT1WUVI .
took it out on the road southeast, near
the Cook place. !
Special EdiUoii-Flve cents a copy
u u inmiMH-t for the com
pounder of a Kootluig syrup lhat can be
nuxeii witn tne n or vhw
lleoso aud bcllimait tailors.
South and fiootf
Shasta Route 1
Trains leave Junction City for Tortland
and way stations at t :w a. ""
2:35 p. in.
ki.i ci Ma
Lv I'orilana ;ao am
l.v Junction City. 1 :.'W pm
Ar AHiuami ...... isuw am
" Sacramento .. ft 10 pm
" Kan Francisco. 7:45 pm
Ar Ogden , 4:"am
" liei.ver ::iuam
" Kansas City... 7. "5 am
11 fhicairo....... 7:42am
A7TZ Anacles... i:tKipm
" r'l rao. ...... o:J pn
Fort Worth... fl:H0am
" City of Mexlcoll ::W urn
aa .Lk ....
" llmisloit ( :w am
K.iir ilrlnniiR . H: U)ini
" New York lg:U pm
12 ;4ti ftni
ft :ik) am
U :15 am
7 :W am
u :W pm
7 :tw am
(i :0 pm
. v? .lrvi-ri.ii PlTV I.01M1K. No.V-tl.
X.O. U.W., meets uvery Tue.v
G. F. Skipwohth, M. W.
AV. M.riTXKV, Recorder.
W. W. (X1LKSBY,
l,livu!ii!tn and Hviruooll.
Oftlcein Il.'Ud Blmk. - Junctin.Or.
I STEAM DYEING
West Eighth Street
Near Steam Laundry
Chris Marx, Jr., Pwprktor
Clcthinq Cleaned, Colored and Re-1
paired. Faded Clothing Restored to
Its Original Color to book Like ftem
Tmlmphon Rmd 40-4.
Till BEST , 1
Woman's '1, CO SHOE
IN Tit: WORLD.
14 Different Styles
n.i.i Tonrlut curs on Ndh
I T.inrlwi cars to
ChleaRii, St. ev OrU-uns ami
. . Un Kmnr M'l) with 0V
I i .1.1., 1 ,i.i f.ir llnlUilUJIl. J'
I CIB I Hl'linHI'M' I . r . my .
paiv I hina, I liUippines, v-ciur-i
I rKIUVII ..III. . ....I.-
Kw iwimt at Jumllon wty swiuwu,
I or ndilres
n It MA UK AM. . r. A..
it A. M.
o F. M.
Hiilt I.ak, Psnver,
I t. Worth, tma
ha. Kansas City,
H. ; Lout. Chi
to ami hast.
Ft. Worth. tma
ha. Kaunas City,
bl. 1 stills.' Chi-
" ai;o and hat.
t hica?oA r.a.
8:10 A. M
Portland to Chicago
in 72 Hours.
No Chance of Cars.
Ocean &Biver Schedule
THE HOME GOLD CURE.
Tv TvriEVffios Tmeatmbxt by Which
Drcnkakos Ake Beixo Chrko
Daily is Spitb of Them-
VINCENT & CO.
TOILET ARTICLES, etc.
Well, if you are going to
Eugene, stop at
with Carrying Case and Double
with Double Inse 4x5,
NEW MODELS TOCO
and PR EMU CAMERAS
V.. Xrirrora DnR No Vi EAKEXt.Vfl OP
toe Nkrvek A Pleasant axd
1'ohitivb Cure fox the
ti iu nr.ur w-nprAUv known and under
tt .rl tint .IriinL-priru.m iri a didease and
not weakness. A body filled with joi
too, and nerves completely shattered by
periodical or coiiHtant uho ot inUjxicat-
liquors, require an anxiaoie
Me of neutralizing and eradicating this
r.i.iann :ml (Ifistrovinir the cravinif for-
;r.tr.vi,.citiia Siiiffiri-rii niav now cure
themei'ivei" at home without puUiciity
or loss of time Irom imeincts oy m a
wonderful "Home Gold Cure" which
has been perfected after ninny years of
..lr.Bo ytiiitv nnt treatment of inebriates
The faithful une accordinir to direc
. nwia nf thin wnnderfu'l discovery is no-
Hilively suarauteed to cure the moct ob-
atinate case, no matter now nam a
,l,!r-.l..r flur rrnririU hIiOW the mar-
vhIous transformation of tboiiFaiuls of
drunkards into sober, industrious and
upright men. " ,
W'iv cure your huslum.ls ! Children
cdrfa vour fathers! This remedy is in
no Kc'mie a nostrum, but h a specific fot
thin disease only, and m no ilullfully de
v !.! ami iirpnared that it irf thoroughly
Holuble and pleasant tothetate, that
it can te given in acupof ie.iur cojitic
without the Kiiowieuge oi tne ptrsun
taking it. Tboueands of drunkards
have cured themselves with this price
less remedy, and as many rrore have
been cured aud made temperate men by
liavir.it tbe "Cure" administered by lov
ing friends and relatives without their
knowledge in coffee or ta, and believe
today that thev dineonthimd drinking
of their own free will. Do not wait.
on Willamette street, four doors south
of the Hotel Eugene, wncre you
. will nud tne nnest line oi
in the Willamette Valley.
W. WADDLE, Trop.
Farm for Sale.
i.ivn vnn 9,Ki.m 480 acres with barn
and out buildings, runnin water, two or
chards, 35 acres in farming land, within
nine mile of Junction City, for $ltjX).
Inquire oi n. jempieton, ume
Houtbeast of Junction City. No attent.
Do You Know
Seattle Fruit & Produce
COMPANY, Or JM;tiKft,
ii,u v.;, rtii.i.t rmih nrice for ooultrv
eu'us, veal and all kinds of farm produce.
1'riceHtlus ween : uriicaemvc per po-um ,
veal, 7c; geese, c: ducks, 7c.
Port t forget tne piace owi onwi, wi
door to boap lactory.
8 P. M.
H P. M.
U) V. M.
All Hailing Datei
subject to change.
For .an FrancUco.
rall erry 5 days.
To Astoria and
Shortest & Quickest
St. Paul, Duluth, Min
And All I'ultiU East.
ThrouQh Palaes and Tourist Sleepers
pining & Banet Smoking Library wrs
s niTf V TII41NB. VABTTIMJ?''
PEUVJCE ,& SCKN KK V ttm !AI.EI)
Tickets to oliit Ersi via Portland
snd the Great Nohthkwv Uv. oo aide at
Southern Pacific Depot Ticket olhce, or
CiBEAr Nouthkh Ticket olllre, 4
133 THIRD 3T
Vnr Uttton. Folders and full infurma-
timi n-uardinc Eastern trio, call on or
address A. H. C. DESSlSTUN,
City Prks. and Ticket Agent, roruanu
OO EAST TMHOUGH P0HTI.AD.
TICKETS VIA THIS KOUIK
ON MALE AT H. Y, DEPOT.
E. F. THAYER, Agent,
The ojirralion ci mrouEn .
Utwefn Han Krancisco and Ms
Angeles. vl Mnrf and Hanta liar
bars, will begin on
BUN DAY, MARCH 31, 1901,
, ontlie new ,.
COAST l-l N li . y mm . ' ..KW
Conl Line Limitod," leaving
each torminsl In tbe morning,
iM.oti jH'd with elegant cf nd
parlor car, will make daylight
' trios throgh the most pirtor
okouo,. varUd nn.l entertaining
tceiieaon the conliaent. Inrpure
of Dyenbi of tho
Southern Pacific Co.
W. M. TRIPP,
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
gjCJ" IIORHEHIIOEISO A SPECIALTV JtJ
Corner Fifth and Greenwood Sts.,
mrs .i. a. si bp. etit
Call and see them. Prices reasonable.
A full line of .... .
MILLINERY and '
, 1 FANCY GOODS.
SERVICE WILL BE
INAUGURATED JUNE 10.
' ACROSS THE AMERICAN
, For full particulars, call on or address
II. II. Abbott, Agent,
142 lid St., Portland, Or.
E. J. Coyle, A. G. P. A.. ;
Vancouver, B. C.
A Bureaus Information.
The Durllngton ticket omce in Portland is a veritable
Bureau of Information for travelers a placo whero
they can learn what it will cot to reach ANY ioint in
America or Europe; how long tho trip will take, and
what there is to see on tho way.
If you are figuring on sn eastern trip, drop in and
get full information, or, if yuu prefer, write me about it.
Omaha, Chicago, Kansas City, St. Louis and
A. C. Siuloon, General Agent,
Cor. Third and Stark Sis., Purtlund, Ore.
K . ..1
Are you guini;? Tho lowest regular
rate heretofore has been $57 and tho
Bflme returning, making tho lowest
round trip $115.40, but tho Burlington
Route will now sell you round trip
ticket; for fHit, which is tho same as $ i:l
each way, and you can havo cboico of
routes and seven trains on dates of sale.
00 over one road and return another.
On this low , rate you can also roach
01 lier Eastern points. Tickets are first
class and stopovers permitted. Quick
est time and bet service. Write us for
full particulars before making other ar
rangements. Address U. W, Foster,
Ticket Agent, Rurlinftton Route. No.lOU
Third Street, corner Btnrk, Portlaiid.Or.
This is the season when hotisecleaning
begins to receive consideration. Anew
carpet for the' parlor, sitting room or
bedroom, nud new matting for the
kitchen and halls, add n thousand per
cent to tho appearance of u borne. Y ou
will find Just what you want in this lino
at V. L. Wright's furniture Btore, and
at prices that are right.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
The 1000 nsRessment rolls will bo
closed Juno 15th.
W. W. WITHERS,
Pberiff an.l Tax Collector.
Subscnbu (or Tuit Bulletin.