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JUNCTION CITY, 10EEG0N, THURSDAY. JULY 11, 1901
Men's & Boys'
BY JULY 5, 1901.
Must be sold by that date.
We aro goini? to remodel our
store this summer. Call at once
for bargains. ,
The House Furnisher.
Tinware H Crockery
In fact, everything
to furnish a house.
tfSTWILL DELIVER GOODS IN JUNCTION FREE OF CHARGE.
ACROSS THE CONTINENT.
Leaving Portland lioaiiy night at
11:45, June 3, the Oregon iditorial party
started on their journey aVrow the con
tlnentto Buffalo, via tb wenlc North
ern Pacific route, In an eWant private
car. There were about tjiirty-scven I a
the party, Including elven delegatea
to the National Editorial Association,
members of the Oregon Frei Associa
tion and guests. A delegation of aeven
from Washington and Idaho joined the
nartv &t Taeoma. making forty in the
Following are the Oregon delegates to
National Ivditorial Association meeting:
Frank S. Harding, Telephone-Register,
McMinnvllle; Arthnr Conklln, Oregon
Mining Journal, Grant IVs; Lay ton
Wlmton, Rual Spirit, Portland; Mies
Nellie Gardner, Bun, gherMan: S. C.
Reach, Farmer and Stnclr&as, Portland ;
A.Y. Ri'ttch, Examiner,' Lakeview; A.
W. Cheney, Courier Herald, Oregon
City; Mini Anna Oglcsby, BcLiEny,
Junction City; Atbert Tosicr, Mines and
Metals, Portland ; Mies Ntliie Tosier,
Through Washington the ground was
quit white with snow aad a . wintry
chill pervaded the atmosphere But
the warm, bright sun Boon brought out
the most charming effect. iAi we were
whirled along the Cascades nd Yakima
river presented charming pictures. We
netted through Idaho during the night,
reaching Missoula, Mom., h:m. m., np r1 T TlCA TW7
June 5th. Bylheanoladaof the AKb I UU KCAU Y
Rockies, tho velvety Inils; the deeper
torial train waking op next morning
at Detroit) Mich., a most beautif j! city,
where we bad breakfast and a brtef
glimpse of the city.
Crossing the Ietroit river by ferry,
we were in picturesque Canada, litis
was a rare treat, as we were whirled
along with a fine view of St. Clair Lake
in the distance the green foliage and
clear blue sky. At noon we stopped at
St. Thomas for dinner, at the At. Thomas
Hotel, and were taken' for a trolly ride
around the belt line of this beautiful
and quaint old city. Everywhere we
were greeted with hosp'.talHy.
At 8 o'clock we crossed the Niagara
river, and as the Pan-American build
mgs loomed up in the distance a gen
oral shout was given by the crowd from
the West. As we polled into the Grand
Central depot the genial countenance of
Mrs. Edytl.e Tozier-Weatherred greeted
ns with the welcome tidings that "I
have eood rooms engaged for you all,"
and in less than an hour we were' all
comfortably located in pleasant rooms
at reasonable rates, on Hoytand Tay
lor streets, resting that night, ready for
the wonders of the Rainbow City and
meeting of the National Editorial Abmh
Continued next wee.
For sale A brand new 1901 Rambler
"Srw rial" Never been out of the store.
It is a 40 wheel for 30. Ladies' or
gents'. Inquire at the Lvixrnx office.
J. V. .
EUGENE, OREGON .
If so, investigate the
BEFORE PURCHASING. Evervthing Reid makes is the best
of its kiud tkat can be wailo. Neither second quality mate
rials nor second-rate workmen allowed in tlie l.eid plops.
And back of test materials and best workmanship are ability,
knowledge and experience gained through years of inventing,
ne carry q run liu oi
I" rimierS Stoujhtoq Wa oris, John Deere Plow
All Kinds of Lumher on Hand Bough and
Dressed. Long Timbers a Specialty.
A level road. No hills.
" FOUR MILES WEST OF FERGUESON TLACE.
HORTON BROS.. E5TRUP, OR.
A GOOD THING.
German Syrup is the special proscrip
tion f Dr. A. RoHchce, a celebrated Ger
man Physician, ami U acknowledged to
bo one of tho most fortunate discoveries
in medicine. It' quickly cures Coughs,
Colds and all Lung troubles of the ne
veroMt nature, removing, as it does, the
cauHo of tho affection and leaving the
parts in a strong and healthy condition.
It is not nn expcriinental medicine, but
has 8t.d tho test of years, giving satis
faction in every caso, which its rapidly
increasing sale every season confirms.
'Two million bottles sold annually. Bo
scheo's Gorman Kyrup was introduced
in tho United States in 18(13, and is now
sold in every town and village in tho
civilized world. - Three dopes will re
lievo any ordinary cough. . Prize 75 (ts.
For salo by Mueller & Hill. Get Green's
Prize Almanac. '
Oil Dlseovored In Junction City At
Milliorn Bros., whore it is sold by tho
A familiar name for tho Chicago, Mil
waukee & St. Paul Railway, known all
over tho Union as the Great Railway
running tho 'Pioneer Limited" trains
every day and night between St Paul
and Chicago, and Omaha and Chicasjo,
"The cr.ly perfect tjairs in the world.'
Understand: Connections are made
with All TratiscontihentoJ. Lines, assur
ing to passengers the best service known.
Luxurious coaches, eloctric lights, steam
heat, of a verity equaled by iio other
See that your ticket reads via "The
Milwaukee" when going to ahy point in
the United Mates or Canada.. All
ticket agents sell then1.
For full rates, pampulets or other in
foi ination, address,
J. W. Casey, C. J. Emy,
Trav. Pans. Agt., General Agent,
Portland, Or. Portland, Or.
0. B. Tout, 1904, a University of Ore
gon Hophomoro, is about to cnnpiie a
uireciory oi iugone and Lane county.
green of the foliage and brht sheen of
tho Yellowstone river over mountains
and through dales we glidd enjoying
a novel and rare combination of win
ter, spring and summer. We were quite
tree from dust and cinders.
Leaving the Montana linaabout noon,
June 6th, we found quite a chance in
North Dakota. In approaching what is
termed the Bad Lands on the western
boundary line f . NtV TikoU pe
culiar reddish soil waa noticed, which
has been thrown up In va'ious fantastic
shapes, suggesting old ruins.some many
feet hinh. These were once inhabited
by wild beasts and were the hunting-
grounds of the red men.
We passed a curio store at Mandan
that far surpassed any collection of the
kind we have seen in the West. There
the passengers were eager to be waited
on, many carrying away trophies made
by the dark men in days gone by.
JmZZV'ZI Weatherly Creamery Co.,
by a delegation from the Commercial Junction City and Portland, Sole Agents for Oregon
Cluband the newspapers the city, rarwrite to Weatherly Creamerv Co., Portland, for complete catalogue.
Vt'UUfl Wig US Ilia iwwiin v Hits
cltv and nn elecant breakfast at the
Commercial Club rooms. The break
fast wks followed by a trolly ride tc Cal
houn and Harriet lakes, beautiful bodies
of water, situated a short distance from
the center of the city, a few blocks
from each other, surrounded bv broad
drives and smooth bicycle paths. A
large pavilion is located at Lake Har
riet. Thence we went to Minnehaha
Falls Immortalised' by Longfellow
which aro in the midst of a pretty park.
Returning to tho Guaranty Loan build
ing, we had a fine view of the city and
luncheon. The building is twelve
stories high. Several impromptu
speeches were made. In the after
noon we visited St. Paul, and left at
7 :35. Tho concral conclusion was that
there wa9 nothing small about Minne
apolis, either in size, commercial enter
prise or hospitality, and a vote of
thanks was civen the city and the
Commercial Club committee.
We were now on the Chicago, Mil
waukee & St. Paul road, through the
courtesy of Mr, C. J. Eddy, and we had
tho pleasure of that gentleman's com
pany from Minneapolis to Chicago,
where we arrive! next morning
at 7 o'clock, and tor two days our
party enjoyed the sights of that busy
city, visiting the famoas Lincoln park
aad taking a drive' along Michigan
boulevard, the fincsS driveway in. the
Sunday nlcbt we were once more on
tho road -oa tho Wabash special edi-
We are Headquarters for ...
SIM0NDS SAWS "V" .
GRIFFIN HARDWARE COfiP'Y,
' The Burlington Route
M for Buffalo.
'GEORWE W. WRIGHT,
OF GOLDSON, HaS ON
HAND . . . .
Feet of Dry Lumber
which he will dispose of at reasonable
frice. ijong timbers a specialty.
umber on the market.
ESTWill be delivered prompt')' at i ny
pait of the county. "
L. : EXPERIENCE
i Trade Marks ,
Anrnno SMirtlna a sktrh nd description o
autokli uaertnin our opinion frw wlietlior m.
Invention ts prohntily pfctentnblo. Comiiiunii'tw
tioiwatrlctlyconttilor.iliKl. Hundbnokon Piticuu
e'it fn. (lrtent icency fur niHiuriiiir patem.
Fitnta tukoii thnush Muun Co. recuU
ipttM notice, m it hout cimnro, la the
A letndnonielf IllnsfrntwS wMr. I.araost pi,
culntion of ny oolontltlo Ji)uriinl. Torni. f J
Twri fnr iuoiuUs, eoldbrall ncwoopiors