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By Junction Pvnusmsa Companv.
MISS ANSA CXiLESBY, ASSOCIATE KDITOR.
One year, it paid in Advance tl.50
Six month, ..... . ' $ .75
Three months. .... . $ .50
Advertisim rat's made known on
fe.utered tite. inkstothee at Junction City'
9 secoinl chisa mail matter.
THURSDAY, JUNKJS), 1901.
Guard, Eugene, advertises meat for
Pale at the ' Baptist" market. Wouldn't
it be more appropriate to sell fish there,
on account of the watei?
Many of our homes here are embow
ered, to tome extent, in flowers. This
is as it should be. Passers-by have a
broader respect for the iuuiates of a
dwelling where the plat in front of the
building, or ground surrounding, are
adorned. It is evidence of culture and
. "The Samoans are not permitted to
hare whisky, but they do not like it,
h iiT way. and there is nu trouble keeping l
them sober," is part of a government
rebort. They should all la brought to
this country as missionaries to point a
innral for the benefit of many of our
own people who are greatly in need of
fiuLii a good example. But the report
doa't stale what variety of whisky they
do hot like. It may be the kind sent
them was so villainous it is no wonder
they did not like it. If they ouly had a
thsjice to try the Junction City brands
they might not remain so abstemious.
There is nothing new that can he said
in favor of the M Rambler" bicycle. H
has been on the market twenty-two
vears and during
lieen the favorite
The new 1901
ial" is four or five
anv Kambler ever
all of that time has
w ith bicycle riders.
pounds lighter than
before turncu out,
and as true as steel and skill can make
them. Cull at Wright's furniture store
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD.
To the Farmers of Lane County : It is
the desiro of Lane countv to make a
creditable exhibit of farm produeta at
the coming State fair, and in order to
secure one that will do justice to the
productive resources of the county it is
necessarv to secure the heart v co-opera
tion of ail the farmers. Many farmers
can, without any special labor, gather
from their fields choice samples of the
different varieties of grains and grasses
which would add materially to the gen
As an enconrnpr jmenV to secure vour
co-operation in collecting an exhibit and
"to remunerate you for the extra trouble,
the undeiwael will pay the sum of
$5.00 cash to the party Becurimj and de-
liveriiii in Eugene th beet clle:t!on of
grain eud grasses in sample bu;isil-B
nbout four inches in circumference and
tie! with cord in fuur places iu order to
ImM them intact. Fanners or others
will not be limited to their own Ian is in
nuking the collection but may i?;.tht-r
them anywhere in Lane county.
If jou have any choice samples of
grain or erass-is collected and will send
the undersigned word, we will gla lly
drive out to your home for the same, if
it is inconvenient for you to bring them
to town. Appealing to every resident of
l ane county for co-operation in making
the collection for the St.de Fair exhibit
of the prod nets of the emnty, we are,
very respectfully, F. M. WiUins. P.et-i-lent
of Eugciie Board of Trade ; E. J.
Frasier, Collecting Exhibit Ayent.
THE HOME GOLD CUKE.
IsOS.VlOUS TilB-i.TMB.VT BY ntCH
Dkcskakus An:'. I'.Kt.vo Chkeu
DaIHT I.V SMTK jf fUEtt
BZLVKB. No Noxiors Doses No Weakkmn'-j ok
THE NliHVKS A l'LBASAN'T AND
Positivk Cvuk koh the
Lir;rou II aisit.
It is now generally known ar.d under
stood that drunkenness N a disease and
not weakness. A body filled with p-i-Hon,
and nerves completely shattered by
periodical or constant ii-fi; id intoxicat
ing liquors, requires an antidote capa
"ble of neiuri'i.iiig and eradicating this
poison, and destroying the craving for
intoxicants. .Sufferers may n.w cure
themselves at home, without publicity
or loss of time from hmdnef-a by this
wonder'r.l "Home (jnid Cure" which
has hfien perfected aftr iiin:y years of
clone Studv and treatment of inebriates
Tins faithful us3 according to direc
tions of this wonderful discovery is po
sitively guaranteed t- cure the most -slinato
cass, no matter how hard a
drinker Our record show the mar
velous transformation of thousands of
drunkards into sober, industrious und
Wives cure your husbands! , Children
euro your fathers ! Tins remedy i in
tlx seiiHrj a nostrum, hilt t. a specific for
ti.is disease only, slid is so skillfully no
vised ami prepared ttiat it. la thoroughly
(online and piearant to the taste, so tnat
it can be given in a cup of tea or coffee
without the knowledge of the pefsort
taking it. Thousands of drunkards
.have cured themselves with this price
Jhkh remedy, slid as many rrore liarij
been cured and iriada teniiwrato hieh by
liHving the "Cure" administered by lov
ing friends and felafivfc withotit,heir
hnoAvledge h coffee or tea, ftnd believe
ioday thai thev disc.onHiitied drinking
4 toeif Utvu 'free will.' Do, not wait.
I not h deluded by apparent and mis
leading ''improvement. ' Piivu out the
disease at onca and or ail time. Tht
"Home Hold Cure" is sold nt tha ex
tremely lov pric of one dollar, thus
placing within trach of everybody a
treatment more effectual than otliera
totting f23 tdt50. Full dirt-ct ions ac
company each package. Special advice
by skilled physician when requested
without extra charge. 8enl prepared
to any part of tlie world on receipt of
one dollar. Address Dept. E(C Edwin
B. Giles & Company, 2330 and. 2332
.Market St., Philadelphia.
All correspondence strictly. confiden
tial. . . ' , ' - . '
Jt'scTiox City Camp,
No. WodDMKM OP TKK
Wokijp, meets every first
and thin! Monday night
iu the month.
E. O. Samukls, .
II. M. Miu.ior?c. Clerk.
Ll'tTLLtS I.OIK1K, No. 52, K.
of 1., meets first and third
mi 1 1 .-.-A j .1
1""1ua" "'g"'8 eacn moiun,
H O . 111.
J. D. Hamux, C. C.
C. V. Hoi'stov. K. of U. AS.,
Oasis Iaimb. No. 41. I.O.
isV; O. F meets every Saturday
B. F. Harvsy, Secretary.
Ji'-wo" C'Tv LotxB,No.l23,
A.O. U.W.. meet evury Tuaa
pjOKaf dar night.
'Wt$ G. F. Skipworth, M. W.
V. M. TtTxaY, Recorder.
V. W. IXiLESBY,
Physician and Surgeon.
Office in ilotel Block. Junction. Or
West Eighth Street
Near Steam Laundry
Chris Marx, Jr., Proprietor
Chthing Cleaned, Colored end Re
paired. Faded C'othing Restored tc
Its Original Color to Lock Like Item
Tmlephonm Red 49-4.'
VINCENT & CO.
TOILET ARTICLES, etc.
Well, If you arc going to
r.ngene, stop ai
on Willamette street, four doors south
of the lintel Eugene, where you
w iil find the finest line of
in the Willamette Valley.
W. WADDLE, prop.'
Farm for Sale,
Lasg for Halk 180 acres with barn
aud'iut huildit yf, minima water.twixtr
chards, H5 neres in farming land, within
nine miles of Junction City, for )(l(i00.
Inquire of S. Templeton, miles
southeast, of Junction City . o nent.
Do Ycu Know
Seattle Fruit & Produce
, COMPANY, OF EUGENE,
pajB the highest ciish price for pcultrv
ews, veal and all kind" of farm produce.
Prices this week : Chiekens,7c per po ind
veal, 7c; jjeose, (icj ducks, 7c.
Don't forzrtt the place Uth Street, next
Ldoor to Soap factory,
MRS. J. A. SIBPKTT
- LatojBt Style
Call, and see thetn. Prices riiBBonable,
A, full li.iio of '. " . .
" HLLl-VriHY ami
V V TUK NKW LAW. ;
Sheriff Withers adverttset: "Monday,
July 8, 1901, all hinds uprJu which Lane
county holds tax sale certificate! of mora
than two years standing- will he offered
for sale at auction." .
Lebanon Express Advance: Else
where in this issue is the announcement
of a sheriff'a sale of all property bid in
by the county at tax sales. . . . The
niw law provides that owners of such
property may redeem ano before July
1st nv nnvlitn lla uiiiniir.t ot tavna and
coeta, . After that time a penalty of 30
. . . a ...
per rem on the amount 01 tax ami costs
ia added. Notwithstanding auy ludctl
hit or Imperfect description of audi
land on the assessment roll, or other de
fects, Hcitled in the law pertaining to
the original sale, the purchaser from the
county at the July sale acquires a good
title. If, therefore, any owners of prop
erty heretofore purchased by the counts
at tax sulet, are relying on such defects
to hold their real estate. It would be
well for them to Inspect the new law by
the 1st of July.
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J. II. Miller Invites the eop1o of
Junction and vicinity to call and see the
new 1001 Rambler bicycles. If you are
thinking1 about buying awheel, It will
py you to look at the Rambler lefore
you make a purchase. Just notice the
number of these wheels in use. That it
the best advertisement It cau have.
Woman's 2.CO SHOE
IN THE WOIiLD.
14 Different Styles
m We had a foot-doctor hero Inst
V weeK who looked ns though h
may bo at tlio head ol his pro
JJfeefion, as far as an elegant
iti and a natty enno are con
cerned. Our regular prartiti'm
ers In suruerv and materia med
ica were not in it with the corn
doctor when it came to brilliants
on a pink shirt and swell clothes k'W
ally. Iho "doctor" had the hiippy fat
uity of ingratiating himself into the
" convernaaiones " of everybody who
would ( hin with him. And hi; could
place that cane exactly in the center
of where tho seat of his trousers is, lean
back on it and rival n theodolite. Tho
"docior" says more of our ioiIo have
corns than we aro aware of. This wi'.l
make on very careful in our epistles to
the public hereafter because we would
not like "to tread on anybody's corns."
The "doetoi" charged fifty cents to re
move a callousness, and carried off the
cmp, of which he had a fine, display in a
reticule. He departed in the direction
of Suckton, California, whero he said
hs home is.
with Carrying Case and Double
w ith Double Lent-e 4x5,
NEW MODELS POCO
axo PRE MO CAMERAS
IfV M . TRiPP,
tN ALL tTS PRAKCll Ef.
tSBT II)itflaHosPtd A Sir.dA-tif jjjjSf
Corner Fifth iini tiwftnwood ts; ., ,
function Cltyi ; ' 4 , ; Orfon.
. ' i'-Vi
1 ' iV
South anii East
Trains leave Junction City for Portland
ami way stations at 9 :3J a, m. ana
2:35 p. in.
v I'ortland.. .... a;;W m hiauiuii
Lv Junction City. liliHpiu Pi:4()niii
Ar Ashland 12 :Mni ll:Mm
" Sacramento .. ft l0im a:W)am
" San Francisco. 7:43 pm M :4ft am
Ar Otfdon ,,. 4:M ant 7:lWnm
lH'i.ver........ :3Qam :l5am
u Kansas CHy... 7 rSAatn 7:25am
" Chicago .. ..... 7 'A'l am 8 :JW am
Ar Ia Angeles,. . 2 Mi pin H M am
" K! raso. . . , , . . RKWptn 0:00 pin
" Fort Worth... :a0am 0:30 am
City of Mexlcoll :.M) am 11 -.30 am
"Houston 7:00 am 7:00 ant
M New Orleans. . 0 :30 pm (l :30 pm
Washlujrvoii... 0:42 am 6:42 am
' N'gwYork 12:10 pm t 12:10pm
Pullman and Tourist cars on both
trains. Chair cars Sacramento to Ok
den and El Pas. and Tourist' cars to
Chicago, St. lxnu, New Orleans and
Ct.nnectlnn at San Francisco with sev
eral steamship lines for Honolulu, Ja
pan. China, Philippines, Central and
Smith America. .
See agent at Junction Ciiv station,
C. H.MAKKHAM.G.P. A.,
Shortest & Quickest
St. Paul, Duluth, Min
j neapolis, Chicago
i 1' And All ivluts East. ,
Thrwgh and Tcarist Sleepers,
Dicing & Baflet Smoking uibrairy Cars
DAILY TRAINS; FAST TIM M:
SIXVICE A SCENERY CNJ'yC ALF.D
Tickets to jKiints Knsi vhi Portland
and the (jurat NoiiiiiKits Uy. on sale id
Sotithern Pacific Depot Ticket otllce, or
GiutAT Noutiikrm Ti ket oflieu,
123 TIIIKI) ST.,
PUR 1 1. AND.
For Rates, Folders and full informa
tion regarding Kastern trip, call mi or
address A. P. C. DENNIS'lON,
City Pass, and Ticket Agent, Portland
fif r-' fill rt.n4t 1 rlnr di.iimIi
A Bureau ii
MU......!. .)....: li I- III .1 Mill M
Dureau of Information fur travelers a place where
they can karn what it will cost to reach ANY point In
America Or Europe; hew long the nip will take, and
what there is to see on tho way.
If you are figuring on an eastern trip, drop in and
gel full information, or, jf you prefer, wriio mo about It.
' Omaha, Chicago, Kansas Ciiy, St. Louis and
'.' .Vni- 1 .tWw
f43 TO BUFFALO.
'Aro vou uoiiii7 The lowest regular
rate heretofore has been f37 and tho
same returning, making thn lowest
round trip 115.40, but tho (hirliiigton
Ron to. will now sell you round tri;
tickets for fS(i, which is tho samnus $13
chcIi way, and you Can have choice of
routes und seven trains on d.ttes of salo,.
00 over ono fond and return another.
1 n this low nitt! you can also roach
other Essleni points. Tickets are 11M
jiiluss and etopoVei's permitted, ()niclt
nst time ami best survlcd 'Write itsfof
full pahiclilars before making other ur
rtingtinelits. AddreM.lt,. W,, Fosle"!
Ticket Agoht, nnrllntdh Ltr.iitf- No. 100
third Street, CchitrHtitrk, Purtluitd.Or.
InW V r ! t.
VoiiiSra i lib
fiMo Union Pacific
Salt I-ake, Denver,
Ft. Worth, Oma
ha, Kansas Cltv,
Ft. Louis, CM
1HR0 and East. '
V v M.
Ft. Worth, Oma
ha, Kansas City,
St. Ixmls, Chi-
' esao and East.
Walla Walla, Iw
man, Minnen po
lls. St. Paul.Du
Chicago & Fast.
0 P. M.
7 A. M.
in 72 Hours.
No Chancro of Cars.
Ocean & River Sehedulo
All Sailing Dales
subject to tLnge.
For San Francisco.
Sail every 6 days.
8 P. M.
10 P. M.
To Atirl and
4 P. M.
i( EA5T THHOUtill I'ORTLAD.
TICKETS VIA THIS UOUTK
ON SALE AT S. P. DEPOT.
E. F. THAYER, Agent.
The- operation of thronch trains
bet w sen San Francisco ind Ia
Angeles, via Surf nnd Ssnt IW
bitra, will begin on
.SUNDAY, MARCH SI, mi, '
on the new ;
Two through trains daily. The
."Cflft Line Limited." ievin
emit teriniutil in the morning,
equipped with tlegnnt cam and
parlor cars, will mnk) dnyliiht
trips through the nmst pietur
esipie, varied and entertaining
Kenes 011 the continent. Inquire
of utrents of th
Southern Pacific Co.
A. C. nnt.t0!. Cenf ral Agent,
Third and Stark Sts., Portland, Ore.
This is tho aeiiHon when hotiHeclonnln8
begins to reeeivofioniidorsti'm, .Ano'l1
carpet for , the parlor, sif lin,' room or
bedroom, hud new matting 'for the
kitchen' and hulls, odd a thousand per
cent to the appearance of a honie. You
will find Just what ynt want Li this lint!
tit W. L; Wright's furniture: istore, and
nt prices that life, right.
NOTICU TO TAPAYMis.'
('Iln 1000 nUNRSfiinent roll;! 'will be
closed June i5th. ,'
W. V. WlTlllSRS...';
Shehff and Th"J Colloctof.
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