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A. P. DETTERSWORTH. JR.,
Editor and Proprietor.
JVHSS ANNA OULESBY,
One year, if paid in Advance $1.80
Six months', " " t
Three mouth?. $ M
Advertisiiu: rati1? mad t-tmwn on
F-ntered the do:fietj at Junction City
ns second class mail matter.
THURMUY, JUNK 27, W01.
The United Stitfesi weather bureau re
ports the conditions of crops iu Oregon,
which iu part, pays:
Drought? conditions continue in por
tions of Southern Oregon. The lempe
rat urea have averted about 6 dejt.
cooler than uMial.and cloudiness ban
also been somewhat greater than iu cus
tomary at this season of the year. The
maximum temperatures during the
week in Western Oregon rangen do
tween 59 de$r. and7tl desz., and the mini
mum temperatures between 40 dog. and
Haying has been delayed by showery
and cloudy weather, and some clover
lying on the ground has been injured,
but "most of that cut has been safely
housed. A bi' crop of timothy hav is
new ready to tut, but the farmers are
waitinj for warmer. sunhiny weather
before beginning its harvest. The first
crop ef alfalfa has been secured and the
yields averap d about the iu;e as last
year. 'Fall grain is ripening fast, and
the harvest of barley and rve will begin
next week. Fall wheat iu the Willam
ette valley is generally iu a pror.ii.iim:
condition." Tho train aphis has made
its appearance in considerable numbers
in Clackamas, Marion, Polk and Yam
hPl counties, bat they do not seem tu
Ikj doinjf much daiuaae. Sprinu wb( at
U healing nicely and fall oats ars e
pjclally proin:8iiig. In Eastern Oregon
wheat is generally doinz well, but the
winds have b.-ea rather too strong in
Umatilla county, and although they
have been drying winds, and it is feared
s jrns slight damago has been dona.
Copies of our Illustrated Special Edi
tion for sale at 5e each ; l ss per luO.
PA S A M F.HICAN EXPO ITI ON.
MFFALO, N. Y. MAY TO NOVEMBKB. ASK
OIICA'iO, MILV.ACKEE A ST. PACL KAIL
WAY ABOUT RK1CCEI KATES.
0. J. F.DOY, (iF.NF.RAl, AUKTT,
. Portland, Or'suos.
TIIlTlloME HOLD CUUK.
Is Ts-noiora Tkeatikst BY 1 llkll
lh;i'NKAKis Abe Heiso Cranu
I)ailv is Spitb or Thcm-
No Nt.xiors Poses No Weakesino of
ra& Nk!:ves A Pleasant a.vu
Positive Cure ron the
It is now generally known and under
stood that drunkenness is a diwu.-.e and
not weakness. A ho ly filled with poi
son, and nervts completely shat'en.d by
periodical or constant use ot ii.toxicat
nii liquors, requires an antidote capa
ble of neutralizing and eradicating this
poison, and destroying the craving fur
in Toxicants. Sufferers may now cure
themselves at honi without puhlicity
or loss of time from business by this
wonderfui "Home Gold Cure" which
has been perfected after n. a :iy years of
t!f."''e study mid treatment of inebriates
The fafthful us-j accordirnr to direc
tioiis of this v,onderinl diseoveiy is jo-f-ltively
guaranteed to cure the moA oh
t tin ate case, no matter how liarl a
drinker. Oiir records show the mar
eloiis trun.-foriijHtiou of tbonfands of
drunkards into sober, industrious and
Wives cireyour hnshands! Children
enre your fathers! This reinedyjs in
TiO i-ciiw a noetrum, but is asjie-ific for
this discMhe only, and i:i so ekiilfuliy dc
vised and jri-pared ttiat it w thoro'mldv
fiichle and pleasant to the ta-ste, so that
it, can tie givn in a enp of tea or co'fee
wit hoi. t the Uaov.leil'4'; "t the person
taking it. Tliousands of drunkards
have "cured thmiw;l ves itl tiiis price-Je-.s
remedy, an.l as many rore have
been cured and made temperate men In
leaving the "Cure" admini-u red by lov
ing friends and relatives without their
knowleduo' in. coftH or V-a, and he'iirve
today that they discontinued drinking
of their ov.-n free will. Do not wait.
Do not be deluded by apparent and mis
leading "improvement." Jtrive out the
dK'ftse "improvement." Thrive out the
"Jfome (ioid Cure" is Fold at the ei
treinely Imv pr.ee of one dollir, thus
placing within reach of everybody a
treatment more effectual than others
costing if25 to ?o0. l ull directions ac
company each package. Special advice
ly skilled I'hyicians when requested
without extra charge. Sent prepared
to any part ri the world on receipt of
one dollar. Addrusi Dept. A,2'2, Kdwin
j!. Giles & Company, 2:;:J,0 and 2;'.i&
Market hi., PiiiiadHipiiia.
Jvsatrts- City Cami-,
No. 4-M, Whodmrx or thk
Woiit.n, meets every first
and thihl Monday nights
-in the month.
II. M. !dunoRV. Clerk.
I i.rt I IM T.IVfXl!!. No. 52. K
fA of P.. iiuHds first and third
taVI Thursday nights in each mouth,
at S p. nl.
J. IvHamms. C. C.
C. P. IIocstov. K. of K. A S.
.VJtw. Oasjh 1aihs, No. 41, 1.0.
i 0. F. meets every Saturday
It. F. Harvey, Secretary.
viV v. Jcsotion City Loihir, No.lL
kV.VA.O. U.W., mwti uvery Tues
t &V,k ? dav idght.
o. F. ScirwoitTit, M. W.
W. M, PtTNKY, lteeorder.
V. V, OULKSBY,
Phvsician and Surgeon.
Ofileo in ib'del Ittock. Junction. Or.
" 'THE r.KST
Woman's $3 ,56 s
IN TUB .WORLD.
14 Different Styles
Eugene, - Oregon
South and East
Trains leave Junction City for Portland
nmt way stati n at is-.litt a. m. and
Wct Kihih Street
Near Steam Laundry
Chris Marx, Jr., pwprietor
Clothing Cteaned, Colored and K
paired. Faded Clothing Restored to
Its Original Color to Look Like km
8 AT 18 TACTION Oil ARANTCCD.
Tolcthonm Rtd 4S-4.
correspoudciice strictly conflden-
Eugene, '.- Oregon
'VINCENT & CO.
TOILET ARTICLES, etc.
Well, if you are going to
Eugene, ntop at
" The Oregon"
on Willamette street, four doors foulh
of ti e Hotel Eugene, v here you
will find the finest Hue of
in the Willamette Valley.
W. WADDLE, Prop.
Farm for Sale.
Land fok Hale 4S1) acres with barn
and out building!', rnnnir.e, water, two op
charda, .'") acreH iu farming land, within
nine niileb of Junction City, for flWK).
Inquire of S. Templelou, ll4 miles
foutlieu:-it of Junctiou City. No asent.
Do You Know
Seattle Fruit & Produce
COMPANY, !T KCGENK,
nyB the hittbeft cauh price for poultry
eu's, veal and all kinds of farm produce.
Prices this week : Chielu-mvc per pound ;
veai, 7c; fjeefic, Cc; du-dis, 7c.
fun't forget the place Hth street, next
door to Soap factory.
7. m .TPJPp,
IN ALL ITS liRANCIIES.
gZf Il0gEt.U0EIS- A Sra.'IAWV JjJ
Corti'T Fifth and Greenwood FtH,,
Junction City, - - (Jre,m.
? FOLDING CAMERA, ?
S with Carrying Cuo nd I)ooh!o ?
i X( CAMERA,
) with Double bnw 4x5, )
5 NEW MODELS P0CO . (
) and 1'KKMO CAMERAH J
y nnd )
S EASTMAN K00ACKS. (
5 E. Schwarzscliild,
l.v Poi tlaud mil
Lv Junction City. 1
Ar Ashland ,P.:.5 am
" Hneramento . . ft id pn
" Sn Pranoifjco, 7:- put
i I. i
Ar Ofden ........ 4
" Pei.Ver 0
" KwmadOity... 7
" Chicawu 7
kt Lm Alleles.. . 3"
V Et Pao (i
" Fort Worth...
I'iiv t,t t..v;...,ii
" JIotHtOH "
" Wnnhinjton... tl
h :;u pin
7 ilf j'biTi
tl ; 1 5 am
0 :IH) pin
7 :tW Bin
0:42 a in
Pullman aud TourUt cum on both
trains. Chair earn Sacramento totty
den rtnd El Paw. nnd Tourii-t ram to
Chicago, St, Ikuii, New Orlenim mid
Conneettntf At Han Sramdnco with nv
eral iteatnvhlii linen for lionolnht, Ja
pan, China, Philippine, Central nnd
See nueiit At Jimctlou CtiV ttion,
C, H. MARK HAM, G. P. A.,
Repairs of All Kinds S
The Burlington Boute
Of JUNCTION CITY, OREGON,
J. A. Ik'HrtNKtx, Oko. W. PiCEirrr,
Preaident. Vice President
W. C. WAHHMt'HNK, F. W. WAHHIfUKNF,
Caahief. Asst Cashier.
I Ha? the beKt facilities for handlin t'e
hankinK tmirtneHH oi Norin j,a;ie
aud Kouth Denton couutitn.
Board of Director:
J. A. Duhhnell, C. W. Washburn
Geo. Pickett, J. P. M illiorn,
T, A. Milliorn.
MRS. J. A. PIBPETTG'
MILLINi'.liY .PAH WHS.
Call rtnd we them. Prices reasonable.
A full line of .' . .
A. C. HoricY, L.O. Hums,
J5. II. Hovky Asst. Cashier;
A G. II0VEY & CO.
Tmnflact a general banking bunineffi.
cHtablished, 1882. Oldest banV in the
county. Eugene, Or.
.lLv A.ff s Htri-
Ana Union Pacific
6 P. M.
I Unit Schedule
Halt f ke, Denver,
I t. Worth, (mm
no, Knna Cltf,
St. I.OtllM. Chi-
encu and Eart.
Salt take, Denver,
Ft. Worth, Ott.u.
M. I.oui, i;iii
niuo and Pni-t.
Walla Walls, Lew
IU. hi, Paul, Dn
7 A. M.
Portland to Chicairo
in 72 Hours.
No Chancre of Cars.
Ocean & River Sclicdulo
8 1 M.
" liaily '
10 P. M.
All Sailing Ihttca
nubject to thm;?.
Kt.r San FraueUco
Sail evi-ry 5 day.
To Awtoria and
4 P. M.
Shortest & Quickest
St. Paul, Duluth, Hin
And All Pointa EaHt.
Throcgh Pelas3 find Tourist Sleepers,
Dining & Eaifet Smoking Library Car
DAI LY TRAINS; FAST TIM E ;
SERVICE iUXKNKRY CNEtil'ALED
Tickets to' poiiits Ea?t via Portland
and the H ktkt Nitkhs Ry. on nalo at
Southern Pacific iVpot 1 ieket oflice, or
Creat NoiiTitKa.s Ticket ofFKi!,
lii THlkD ST.,
For Eaten, I'oldera and full informa
tion retfrdiiitf Ea-t4'rii trip, call on or
address A. lb C. DENSISTON,
City Pana. and Ticket AKent, Portland
GO EAT THUOCUll PORTI.AI.
TICKI'.TS VIA THIS ROCTM
ON SALE AT J. P. JtRPOT.
E. P. THAYER, Aeent.
The miration of through train
bvtween San Franciwo m l Lou
Aoiri'k'6, vi:i Surf and Santa Iar
Imra, will Un fn
SUNDAY, MARCH 31, 1KU,
on the new
Two throuch trnin dally, Th
"ont Line Ltndted," Jeavinc
fiirh terminal in the mornimf,
tpipped with eiepint cfe and
parlor car, mill make iluvlil.t
trip throuudi the moat pictur
ewpie, varied and entertaiiimu
nceiiehon the continent. Inquire
of ng.'ntd of the
Southern Pacific Co.
W. J. i A i
si is 8,
Thu Burlington Route ranks among tho
greatest of the world's railroads.
B men; reaching 1,300 towns and cities in the
U eleven states traversed bv its lines: havincr
through-car arrangements which extend more
than half way across the continent and earn
estly striving to give its patrons absolutely
uneqtialed service, it is the line YOU should
select, next time you go cast.
Omaha, Chicago, Kansas City, St. Louis and
A. C. Shrldon, General AgenJ,
Cor. Third aad Stark St., Portland, Oru.
?j:$to dufealo. y
Are you uoiny? The lowest regular
rate heretofore huu been i57vnnd tho
tame . roturninix, making thn lowest
round trip $1 15,40, but tho Burlington
Route will now pell you round trip
tickets for which in tho aaine hh $4:1
each way, nnd you can have choice of
routed and Hcvon trains on d,ites of pale.
Go over one road and return another.
On this low rate you cttn tilso reach
oilier EaKteru points. Tickets are find
claHH nnd Ktonovom permitted. Quick
ch. time and leHt Hervieo. Write iih for
full art ieuliA-i! before making other or
ranqttrients. Addrenn R. W. FoHtc,
Ticket Agent, Rurlington Route, No. 100
Third Street, corner (stark, Portland, Or.
This i'h the censon it hen hoiiHeelcar.in1!
bf'V'inrt to reeuivo ponalderntion. A net
carpet for tho parlor, witting rooim r
bedroom, and new inuttinjr for the
kitchen and hallH, add ft thousand per
cent to the appearand) o fa home. on
will find hiHt what you waWt in this line
nt W. L. Vright'i) furniture store, and
at priceu that arc right. . 1 , ,
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
The 11100 flHHeBKinent rolls will bo
cloned Ji;no 1.1th.
W. W. WITHRUS,
Bhenff nnd Tux Collector,
Subscribe for Tim JJcm.kctn.
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