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About Junction City bulletin. (Junction City, Or.) 189?-1901 | View Entire Issue (June 27, 1901)
A. P. BETTERSWORTH, JR.,
Editor and Proprietor.
MISS ANNA OOLESBY,
One year, if paid in Advance - $l.0
Six months, $.76
Three mouthy. t .6Y
' Advertising rates made known on
butered the post-office nt Junction City
as second class mud matter.
THURSDAY, JUNK 27, 1001.
Pendleton ha? 4,200,000 pounds of wool
in her warehouse ami no sale for it, says
a telegram. And still prosperity eon
CROP BE FORT.
The United States weather bureau re
ports the conditions of crops in Oregon,
which iu part, says:
"Fall wheat is ripening nicely and!
. . . 1 l k. 1 . !
even that reports uamngeu oy iiwhs
recovering and will yield better than
formerly expected. In the Willamette
valley the w heat crop is generally in good
condition and remarkably free from in
fect pests. There is some complaint of
its heading short and of the heads Wing
small, but these complaints are not gen
eral In Southern Oregon the wheat
crop will be below the average on ac
count of dry weather. Winter onts are
beading nicely, and fall barley is ready
tc cut in Soot hum Oregon. Corn and
gardens, although showing improve
ment, are still backward. Hops are
making a good growth and as yet have
not been damaged to any noteworthy
extent by lice. "The cutting of clover
huv is well advanced. Potatoes are do-
iag well. Pasturage continues abundant
and stock is in excellent condition.
FIVE DOLI.AKS REWARD.
T3 the Farmers of Lane County: It is
the desire of I.ane county to make a
rrtNtitnlila exhibit of farm oroducts at
the coming State fair, and in order to
secure one that will uo justice to me
productive resources of the county it is
necessary to secure the hearty co-operation
of all the farmers. Many farmers
can, without anv special labor, gather
Irotu tneir news cnoico samples oi me
different varieties of grains and grasses
which would add materially to the gen
As an encouragement to secure your
ci-operatiou in collecting an exhibit and
to remunerate you for the extra trouble,
the undersigned will pay tiie sum of
$3.00 casli to" the party securing and de
livering in Eugene the best collection of
grains end grasees in sample bundles
about four inches in circumference and
tie.t with cord in four places in order to
bold them intact. Farmers or others
will not be limited to their own lands in
miking the collections but may gather
them anywhere in Lane county.
If you have an) choice samples" of
grain or grasses collected and w ill send
the undersigned word, we will gladly
drive out to your homes for the same, if
it is inconvenient for you to brintr them
to town. Appealing to every resident of
Lane county for co-operation in making
the collection for the State Fair exhibit
of the products of the county, we are,
very respectfully, F. M. Wilkins, resi
dent of' Eugene board of Trade ; K. J.
Frasier, Collecting Exhibit Agent.
THE HOME GOLD CURE.
Ixor.viocs Tkkatmkst bv men
DurvKARLs Aki: 1'eixg Ci keu
Daily i: Spitb of Them
sf.lvks. No Noxiors Dofks No Weakening
the Nkjiv::s A Pleasant axd
Pof-invK CruK kor tub
It is now generally known and under
stood that drunkenness is a disease arid
not weakness. A body filled with tsd;
Hon, an.l nerves completely shattered by
periodical or constant useolintoxieat
i:isj liquors, requires an antidote capa
ble of neutralizing and eradicating this
poison, and destroying the craving for
intoxicants. Sufferers may now cure
themselves at horn without publicity
or loss of time from business by this
wonderful "Jlniiie Gold Cure" which
ban been perfected after many years ol
close studv and treatment of inebriates
The faithful uh j according to direc
tions of this wonderful diseoveiy is pnr
silively guaranteed to cure the roost ob
stinate, case, no matter how hard a
drinker- Our records show thu mar
velous transformation of thousands of
drunkards into sober, industrious arid
Wives cire your husbands! Children
t ure your fathers! This remedy is in
do sense a nostrum, but is a specific for
this disease only, and is so skillfully de
vised ana prepared that if U thoroughly
solulile and pleai-ant to the taste, so that
it, can b nivcn in a cup of tea or colee
without the knowledge ot the person
taking it. Thousands of drunkards
have cured themselves with this price
less remedy, find as many roore have
been cured and made temperate men bv
Laving the "Cure" ndmiuisteivd by lov
inp; friends and relatives without their
knowledge ir cof or tea, and believe
tu.l-jv thai they discontinued drinking
of. their own free will. Do not wait.
Do not bo deluded by Apparent ftud mis
lead i off "improvement. Drive out the
disease "improvement." Drive out the
"Homo Gold Cure" is fold at the ex
tremely lov price of one dollar, thus
placing within reach of everyludy a
treatment more effectual than others
totting 25 to $50. full directions ac
company each package. Special advice
by skilled physician when requested
without extra charge. Sent prepared
to any part of the world on receipt of
one dollar. Address Dept. KtKH, Edwin
IJ. Gilts & Company, 2330 and 2332
Market St., Philadelphia.
All correspondence strictly confidential.
J v notion Cmr Camp,
No. 44U, Wihidmss or thk
World, meets every first
and third Monday nights
in the mouth.
E. O. Pamckls.
H. M. Miluors. Clerk.
& Lihtllcs Lowit, No. 52, K.
of P.. meets first and third
Thursday nights in each month,
t S p. nt.
J. P. Hamlin, C. C.
C. P. Hocstov. K. of K. & S.
..jAii-v. Oasis Ldtxis. No. 41, 1.0
W O. F., meets every Saturday
W. M. Tbipp, N. O,
B. F. Hakvky, Secretary.
ClL'"' JCSCTIOxClTY I.0DCSR,N0.123,
iyBX. A. O. U.W., meets every Tues
.fvf G. F. RatpwoBTH, M. W.
W. M. TtTxav, Recorder.
W. W. OOLESBY,
Phvsician and Surgetm.
Office in Hotel Hlock. Jnnct'on. Or,
ECU EN E
West Eighth Street
Near Steam I-uundry
Chris Marx, Jr., Proprietor
Girthing Cleaned, Colored and Re
paired. Faded Clothing Restored to
its Original Colo? to Look Like Kent
Tatephonm Red 40-4.
VINCENT & CO.
TOILET ARTICLES, etc.
Well, if you are going to
Eugene, stop at
on Willamette street, four doors south
of th? H"te Eugene, where you
will find the rinest liue of
in the Willamette Valley.
W. WADDLE, Prop.
Farm for Salo.
Lavd fok Sale 130 acres with barn
and out buildii,gs, running water, tw o or
chards, So acres in farming land, within
nine miles of Junction City, for $lft00.
Inquire of t?. Templeton, miles
southeast of Junction City. No atrent.
Seattle Fruit & Produce
COMPANY, OF EUGENE,
pays the highest cash price, for poultry
eirgs, vi-al and all kinds of farm produce.
Prices this week : Chickens,7f: per pound ;
veal, 7c; geese, 6c; dueks, 7c.
Don't for'gft the jdace th Htreet, next
door to oap factory.
MBS. J. A. filBPETTC
Call and see them. Prices reasonable.
A full lino of . . .
. . THE NEW LAW.-
U'Knr li.K'ivrf tMO MiiinlltV.
V III If mw -
.tiilv H nini nil I.iiwIm umoii which I it uo
county hold lax salrtCcrtUloatusol inure
tluvn two yedrs stamung wtu no oueriM
tor sale at Auction."
I.thnnMi Kxuremi Advance: Else
where in thil issue Is theautmuucemeitt
of a sheriff iale of H property bhl in
ly llie county at naies. . . . i ne
niw liu. ..,vi lH that owners of such
property may releini same before July
isi uy paying tue mouut oi vi rum
cota. After that time a penultv of U0
per cent on tue amount ui wi ami coi
nite or Ini perfect Uem'ription of such
tun. I nn II. ma MHIinnt full, tit Other de-
'."".V. W.. HIT... - -r - - , -
fects, speclnYd in the law pertaining Ui
uie original laie, tne purcnaiwrirom uw
county at tl July sale acquires ft giol
lilt.. If ,l.r.f.ir nil V rnvtu'M of lrot.
. v . ,t iin' ' .v. . ....... - - .
erty heretofore purchased by the county
nt mx BilU's, are reijuu, vu uru uihih
to hold their real estate, it would lw
well for them to inspt'cl the new law by
the 1st of July.
J. II. Miller invites the people of
Junction and vicinity to call and see tb
new 1W1 Rambler bicycle. If you are
thinking about buying a wheel, it will
pny you to look at the Rambler More
you make a purchase. Just notice ti t
number of these wheels in use. That is
tbo best pdvertisement it cau have.
Woman's $3,50 SHOE
IS THE WOULD.
14 Different Styles
We bnd a fort-doctor here Isst
week who looked flstlioiiwli lie
iimv Ix at tlw tiortil ot 1i!h tiro
;3,fefSion, ns far as an elegant
ITVO. t .1 nn.l n. I r tl fttind OP.,
p'eerueu. wur reKioirryiu"'
triers In surgery and materia med
"! w..n. tx.l lii it uitli tiie corn
m& h doctor whenitcametobrilliiutts
on a pu k shirt and swell clothes gener
al! v. The "il,M tor" hfid the hnrwv fac
ultv iil iiicmtiiitinv hiniwelf into the
" eonvrsaxione " of everylxKlv who
u-iuilil i hin n idi him And ho colli
place that cane exactly in the center
nt whom tint unit fit tiiit trollm-rH Is. leoi)
hack on it and rival ft theoilolitc. The
hx-ior" ativs more of our people have
., tl.an u'u am ailnm (if. Tliifl will
V, . . 1. t. .nw ---. v.. .....
make um very rareful in our epistle to
.... ... ..i.i
the jiiiduo iiereaiter nei-aime n womu
not like "to trend on nttylnidy's corns."
The "iloctoi" chnrgiHj nny cents to
nwii-ii a iHilloiiuiu.NN. nnd enrried off t lit
crop, of which he had a fine display in n
riti-ii!n 1 lu ili'Mnrteil ill the liirectien
of Stockton, California, where be said
his home is.
with Carrying Case and Double
witJi Double Ix-nse 4xS,
NEW MODELS POCO
and PRE MO CAMERAS
W. M. TREPP,
.IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
JST HORSESUOEINO A SPECIALTY jffilt
Corner Fifth and Greenwood Sts.,
Junction City, - Oregon
South and East
Trains leave Junction City for Portland
and way Utio. at 3:30 a. in. and
2:33 p. in
Lv i'orllaud.. .... 8;.'0hiii 8;:h)iu
.v Jnni-llon Oitv. 1 :HM lm 12:411 Sill
Ar Ashland Vi'M am 11 ::lft am
" Ksersmento .. ft'lOpm 6;tt)ftm
" San ErancUco. 7;4ftpni HM.'uni
Ar Ogden t: am
7 ilHI am
II; 15 am
" IH-i.ver tt'MUttui
" Kansas City... 7 -25 am
" Chicago 7:42m
Ar U Angeles.. . 2:tM ui
M ;lt') am
it ::0 nni
7 MH) am
El Pas.. fl:(X)rtn
Fort Worth... :.H0aiu
City of MexicolI:3Um
" Houston 7itX)m
" New Orleans. . fl:itO pin
Washington... :!'.. am
New York 12:10 put
Pullman and Tourist curs on both
trains. Chair cars Sacwimmto toOg
den nnd El Pa. and Tourist cars to
Chicago, St. Iajui, New Orleans and
Connecting at San Sranclsco ith sev
eral steamsiiln lines for Honolulu, Ja
pan, China, Philii'piucs, Central iui
He sire nt at Junction City station,
C. 11. MAKKIIAM. O. P. A.,
Pelt land, Oicgun.
Shortest & Quickest
St. Paul, Buluth, Min
And All Puints Enxt.
Throagh Palfisa sndTocrist Sleepers,
Dicing 6 Eonet Smoking Library Car:
DAILY TRAINS; FAST TIME;
SERVICE A SCENERY L'NEtjUALED
Tickets to joints Eum via Porthind
and thu iihKAT .Noktiikhv Uy. oh s.ile at
Southern Pucillc Dep-it Ticket office, or
Great Nohthkus Ticket oltlce,
122 THIRD ST.,
For Rates, Foldjrs and full Informa
tion regnrding Eastern trip, call on or
address A. M. C. DEN'S ISTON,
City Pass, ami Ticket Airent, Portliii.d
HI I ,11 pin
The Burlington ticket ofTice in Portland is a vcrilable
Bureau of Information for travelers place where
they can learn what it will cost to reach ANY point In
America or Europe; how long the trip will take, and
what there is to see on the way.
If you are figuring on an eastern trip, drop in and
get full information, or, if you prefer, write me about k
Omaha, Chicago, Kansas City, St. Louis and
Arc you going? The lowest regular
rato heretofore lias been (.37 and the
same returning, making the lowest
round trip (1 15.40, but the Turlington
Routo will now sell you round trip
tickets for (80, which is the same ns $4U
each way, and yen can have choice of
routes and seven trains on dates of sale.
Go over one road nnd return another.
On this low rate you can also reach
other Eastern points. . Tickets ure first
class and istopovers permitted. Quick
Cs, time and best service. Writo us for
full particulars before making other ar
rnnci rw-T.ts, Address R. V. Foster,
'Vi !i'f Ai.'1-iil, !'rlinloii H'.uti', No.'JO'J
Third Street, i .ur Mi.il., Pvi'tl.tJio.'ir.
I ; &
Halt IjiVp, Denver,
Ft. Worth, Omit
lis, Kansas City,
H. Loois, Chb
rngo nnd East.
Port Is ml
hail J.ke, iHMiver.
., rr.. m
Ft. Worth, Omit
hn, Kansas ity,
H. Iiiis, Chi
esiio and East.
lis, H. Panl.Du
8:10 A. M
0 P. M,
7 A. M.
Portland to Chicago
in 72 Hours.
No Change of Cars.
Ocean &River Schedule
All Sailing Dates
suhject to clifnge.
Hail every IS days.
8 P. M.
H p M.
l" p m.
To AsturiA and
4 P. M.
Ex. Hi n.
UO EAST THItOCOH poP.TLAD.
TICKETS VIA THIS ROI TE
ON SALE AT H. P. DEPOT.
U. F. THAYER, Ant.
1ln orutlon of ihronh tr!ns
U'tw -en Snu Frnncfcei, i i;d Ij
Aiiifvle. via Surf and Sant i Hr
hntn, will begin on
' ' SUNDAY. MARCH 31,rPM.
on the new
Tu through trains daily. The
Coast Line Limited," leaving
esch termtnnl in the morning.
eiulpd with elegant cafe and
nurlor cars, Mill make ihivluht
trips thruigh the n.Oft pictur
cKijne, vnried and cntertnintug
scenes on I he continent. liHpiiro
of agents of the
Southern Pacific Co.
A. C. Shbldon, Gonoral Agent,
Third and Stark Sts., Portland, Ore.
This is the sensou when hoiiseclenninK
begius,to receive consideration. A nel'
carpet for the parlor, sitting room or
bedroom, and new matting for the
kitchen and halls, add a thousand Pr
cent to the appearance o fa homo. oil
will find just what you want in this linn
at W. L. Wright's furniture store, and
at prices that are right.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS,
The 1000 assessment rolls will bo
cloeed Jtno 15th.
W. W. WITHERS,
Sheriff nnd Tax Collector.
S'j'. son'ji? f ,ir Tu:; rSj't.i,itm,
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