Junction City bulletin. (Junction City, Or.) 189?-1901, August 04, 1899, Image 3

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    C. F. Huritlttrtt
VriT?utarTmwt!i H the
tone"Whil Bathing;
ihiiwid we- imrnrM o tn by
Merchandise
iwi4roS5a wclio 4ii tbing at the
e Mar.- twtothe vtpie ! town, but
w-sjsfcmarsias w started to
Ili8ctlmtiitodyii8 ftiadtytlu
SttCeVSVed.
"Vewot "with . rt5wd f other tern
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lui Um mm nimsall lft twrn Tester-
ittwvanmit otork tdr the -rtver, -which
-t... . .. , . n.i,. . ,1 r- i' 4 iaale treat "Wwa. """"the T4ace "where
Tile Largeet line
1 1 mi ii -tBTTT m--ttfr.-sm-W -aned HytBut 4 leet deep.
imbu , mi mi nn wiiimii) TMof ih m waili nexm, d they
- - - .... - mi -ni, i mi - - in "rii.r
,tinain-ni,c, Iwm) ifawy ouuid then paidla tor shore.
twrtTimanan-w nfiih mmsr "3iir. T3JMttanelfeBnirted mt he step-
-Hed-mtaahoJa-acd fell over -back ward.
jAjri ! -HerwsujTOrhane strangled 8 he did not
awnWftgi ? to try uo yet oat. "Tue boys that
inn wmia TOiyiTOji win arewa. jlc
( iii Ae auMVS three times nd -waeti
t iamethey spoke to him tout lie did not
nen stake a straggle
'""VMssmTjtswperis the eldest Mn of
r r-tmt it -wni "n 4 j.... - .trammer a a s 10 wb,
dlS4sysald: -Hef-was a Hey
.j 4-UJced tty-Mli-andthe ineswill 4e deeply
-fr-ri BrfTi.. tfet"y tthe -peroie f Janctinn. IThe
,r -we. -, i'sial t'i i lu'g wgi a -held mt iheTresi-
I mi 1 1 ft TrtiaMr Msce.'th'f1 nftetraqon -at '-2 o'clock tad
I me -remaann "teie Jaid to Test an the
T3cuuu uwueiat .
tdudBfiededime jBorewiel child
ijLnd oiio feentvrith faring smile,
and ciggped opt darling 'i hami.
miy XLanehrlhe iiasee jmd sad the hoars,
fiiiMsewiT iear aueiuiB gone,
BcLaiia6iiwt J Bnt nl-s.irihter itame thn ma,
in tawgniaAia own."
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-fiwtttn, Aug
t "in ".the Stale "Neariy
3CS),000.
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a todny made the -iaigenl
fanlheKate. TTheydiBbimed 1199,9058
j.ttfTILSS-pBrwiipjU. "This yaar'a school
shews 122,399 Thildren vf Bchool
t piTi themtate. JLast -year there -w9r
1ian753,Tii t.hflnmonnt then diatribafod
Xi5Q,TO.B0nrJL20)ercapita. Inhere
liiM teenjui iumaaee of only 1G35 in the
xif achool Jaildren srinee last -year
jTFetthemmaimtmppTjrtianepig $13028
XHiildreu,
,460
."788
.3,183
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5,84872
3,29333
5,64136
1(80033
1,06606
-7,57733
2,98376
:Jtf75Sl
1,46470
7,83256
3,61182
1,B7157
-1,41789
10,73610
-1,96904
10,849 35
1,83991
.14,84783
A30335
1362135
5.86937
1,96602
-2,52472
8,83803
8.41825
-2,99880
6,50206
8,61304
Latal 122,388 $199,90588
"ThfthTTj?n innreaaein tlie apportionment
inly rine to "prompt peymentg of in
ratuicn xaia -year sacre men oetter tnan
LtuteaigMst.
JtS OEBGON KJY
Ll C.lknnwnid Fortntiflt t)f ogn
3tet -fterwatnt of"TifBtle
inxskjfValimteeTa.
A picture sf Dreed C. Hammond, I
inene bay , appeared in theThnrada'y
ttregmuau. 3he iuliowing is "what it
JutMir .hout him: Orejron ran claim
.j wuum! e-rfmrngtrmn Mvr-4.ljBre f Kebraaka'e glory, dfted C
)"Hanrmond, -frnrt sergeant tli ttonlpariy 1 .
mi -n in mi-- -. : l-mi j First Nehrauka volsntoera, i the eldest
d-allttmIJTymn)f Mra.T'.-A.. Kankin, cf Ensrene
lie is a amtive nn of a native daugter,
iand was born October 9, 1874. tJti the
Maks f the clastic LonsTom. He re
ceived hm education in liagene -eehoois
iand-wag itw thnte testa A ataderrt Of the
;ity nf Oresan. lie was in Omaha,
Keb., "han the first call ior volunteers
ruawade.Tnd he -was among the -first
tocnliet atXiaeoln , -with .lite hoptg of
Tomato Cuha. "The fire t "Nebraslta vrere
4nt to Xaxon, an si wwre in all the wWst
i Jhtmj?, innlt tiie takhtg of Jdanila up
to ifce' irme they boarded the transport
! lisnrock ior inane. Totuig liammond
feniietedai a private, bnt was pronroted
to faTHtnerreant hwt November.
iTTENTION.
Thp "veiroliir mjlMWiptioii pries
mi THi; J5UJLLETIN in $1J50,
nad the wpuiar - mrbmiripyon
yriee of the Weekly Oreconian
4S Anv mne eutwftriblnp
tor TIIEErlLrnN and pay
iau year in advance ti;g t
th the
Biillriiii
mmd
Wsekh' Oregon iasl
i "i rf ff
tMw iter .wwu
Is Also the Most Complete in the City"
in The ity,
ai3RrSTogk er
My Stock oV
7V
Toe 1ARGEST line of
BOOTS
SHOES.
gSMf tfildES Are the
Lowest.
PHOTJtJOS ot all kinds bongh'
at the Highest Market Price;'
WANTED!
Chittem Bark and Crape Roo(
SUITS'
MA.Di TO ORDlt;
The rinaat L.ine of BtmpU
Bw Display nr.
Call and Extmide Gobla
On A Lark. .
Tinggtlt: Dr. Oglesiiy'( lit on some od
easions quite a jdker, and Ima 1 Ht effort
in that line came pretty near mixing one)
of Eugene's proninant attorneys up into
the belief that he had been oat with the
boys. It seemed that attorney Iitfic
Bilyen and the doctor were stdjfp'tag mi
the Hotel Sherwood Tiie&lay trlght;
BilVevi laving over for the morning local
ILdd the' doctor taking the. morning
the -morning stage tor Bohemia. The
gentlemen occupied t doiMe fcftftn trad
when the doctor arose in the morning
he gaxed for a iime at the sleeping Lark
in the other bed. "Lark" is said to be
synonymous of a good time, and a grlraf
smile stole over the features of the Clever"
old doctor as he, per choce, recolected
days wgore,' -whWh "larks'' were rtiofe
numertftfs. The temptation was tod
great to be withstood, so the doctor'
quietly placed the legal gentleman's
shoefi in the stove, hang his socks m tlief
bedpost, put his necktie hi tile water
pitcher the familiar gold epeck in the
lamp chimnev, kicked the lenghty
trouserg tindcY tlw bed and slid fftrt for
Bohemia. It is said that when Attorney'
Rilyen awoke be was not jvst certain
bow he had spent the evenihg, but after"
a diligent and streeeasfol flea;?!; fY-f bh
wearing apperal, lie decided that he watf
not so bud m he britf seemed, it M caii
however fhKt the case will have another'
heartd when Lark hopes to win out;
th yesterday's Telegram' we noticed i
lieading, "Brute BnU a WcWan" slid
when that piece U ftniiihed' tilcrther'
piece is headed' ' lietrxaikrilie Ressne,'
trot on readiitg the taut arti44 tt was
found to be only a medicLM avertise
tnent. The foreman of that papef 1sw
""onto his o""