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losing Out Sale of DAMAGES FOR HURT
lothing and Pants...
$18.(H' 3a ts.
$12 50 Suits .
.$ 9 60
$5.00 Pants $8.90
$1.')0 Pants $3.25
$4.00 Pants.. 53.00
$3 50 Pants., J2.75
OVERCOATS, LESS THAN COST.
leaver Bros. Dry Goods Co.
Retiring from business.
.v i i vi - ill V 22 1M2
A Howard Farm loan.
r t - - - M A m. I nan a n r A
our K9c hats Cleaver Bros.
..nv In tin cltv. Outtnn's
! hit To close for l.!h -Oleav
Dry 0(mmIn (
. .!. l..a.l
Ti r ..
Ir In 45c a dozen. NOIf a.
r ale. all kind of real estate,
! town and country. E .T. Wade,
to B Stetson huts, regular price
tern; out m $" Cleaver Bros.
Mle four registered stallions;
HDr nice brood marea; prleea
Inquire of C. B. Wade. Pendle-
. ...A M A h- .
Ule I'" ncrct. 01 line wuni
With of Adams Tenua. M0t)
btlince in ult purchaser. Jam.
medical Journal wants a rep-
mnmlHinn Ship 154 Eaat 72.
a i'- mi i . . i . niu'i ii i am u ui
ktw, H ier ucre ;also 2000
ewa. .i per ncau I'utsy
E T Wade.
wv,. vii a mi ill ui HI lii uu, vl .
matlon. apply to Mra. H. T.
3U South Main atreet.
i. J. Troughton art studio, 607
itrect ue ween Alta and
Mtt, win open Tburaday.
deiinnir to utility inn .nll Hi
trtin it imii. int.- prices on high
ITOCPrlt'fl cll..lti..r than avc Iia.
hi lino of fancy groceries- la
and Includes all tub beat
of pickled canned roods
nirian ir tti c.ia
ni me old government
"ocha and Java.
$11.50 hats for 12.75- Cleaver Bros
Iry Goods Co.
The Pastime Danrlua Club will give
a public dance at the Armory hall on
Saturday evening. January 25. V. rj
body Is Invited. Admission BO rents
There will be a meeting of the foot
ball enthusiasts at the city hall Thurs
day evening for the purpose of organ
izing and electing officers for the com
A bill of sale was rec order at the
court house yesterday conveying 27
head of cattle and one horse from A.
J. Ovcrturl, of Milton, to J. R Marple.
J. C. I.onergan will ship two cara
of fat cattle from here to the Pacific
Meat Company at Seattle, by way of
the VV. A C. R. and N. P. either thla
or tomorrow evening.
The Echo public school buildings
hni been thoroiiehly repaired of lat"
and the school Is flourishing under
the pniiclpalshlp of L. T. Mnk. who
recinily accepted the trust.
The big drill of the I mpqua Valley
Oil company struck a seepage of pe
troleum at a depth of tin icet Krlday
evening, on the White place, neat
Myrtle creek, the sand pump bringing
up from the pit one pint to a quart of
oil every trip.
Walla Walla I'nlou: A story Is
told of a Sunday night Jollification
at which August Blanehard fell In
love with and married a young man
dreased as a girl. It coat him the
"treats" to get divorced. It is said
that the mock marriage came off at
the residence tof Ceorge Mottette.
At the regular meeting of ttU Hook
und Ladder Company last night, ar
rangetiients wen made to give a
grand bull on the night of February
14. St. Valentine's evening. The ex
ecutive committee appointed are:
Frank Light. Tom Swearlugeu and
FINISHING THE BUILDING.
J. Clark & Co
211 Court Street.
Lafcntalnc Will Soon Have Hia New
Structure Ready for Tenants.
Tlie finishing touches are now be
ing put on (ius l.afontalne'a new brick
.on the eaat aide of Main street, ad
joiuiug the Columbia saloon. When
finished, thia will be one among the
substantial business buildings In Pen
Ult-tou and will be a good addition to
the appearance of that part of the
atreet. The bulldliu' has a frontage
of 26 feet and la U" feet deep. It Is
divided into two rooms, the one on
the north aide to be used by Rudolph
Martin for his grocery store, which
will he removed into It aa soon aa
completed, and the south room will
be occupied by Mike (jratf, wno ts
going to open a aaloon In it.
Mr. Martin baa the first story of bla
new building, adjoining the Lafon
taine building completed and la going
to add another story on his old build
lng. maklug one Largs building which
he will rent The upper stories will
be used for a rooming and lodging
GEORGE UTT, SR.. SUED
O. S. CARNES, OF PILOT ROCK.
Demanded $5000 Damages for Injuries
Received in Accident Caused by
The jury awarded $300 damages
All day Tuesday was taken up bv
the district court In hearing the case
, of Ooorge Ctt vs. o. 8. Carnet. In
I which plntntiff asks damages In the
sum of $5000, alleging that defendant
is responsible for Injuries received on
the 30th day of last June.
The history of the caae is some
thing like this: On the 30th day of
June. 1891, George Utt. Sr., accom
! panied by his son, Oeorge Utt. Jr.,
flfOTe Into PUoi Rock with a team
hitched to a lumber wagon. They
stopped near Carnes Bros.' general
merchandise store and the young man
got out to unhitch the horses, leaving
.hs old gentleman In the wagon. The
team became frightened at the noise
bl l&fl made by firecrackers which
w-erc being seJ off near by. and bolt
ed, getting away from the youne man
land throwing his father out of the
wagon resulting in the breaking of
! hia left leg about half way between
the knee and hip, and otherwise In
Juring him to some extent.
The papers In the case were filed
Bt ptcinber 17. 1M1, and the plaintiff
nil. 'gen lii part That defendant
I carelessly, negligently and without
" card lor ihe safety of plaintiff, caus
ed an explosion of firecrackers In the
Immediate vicinity of the team hitch-
ed to the wagon on which he was sit
ting, frightening them until they ran
away throwing him to the ground
and the wagon over on plaintiff, caus
ing one of his legs to be broken aid
othi ise greatly bruising and mangl
lng him. causing him to suffer great
bodily pain and agony and to '.d
ii large sum of money, amounting to
I $6(Mi, for medicine, surgical care and
nursing, und that plaintiff Is crippled '
and Incapacitated from carrying on
his usual avocation, beside pernia-1
: r.tly maiming and causing his
health to be impaired and destroyed
for the rest of his natural life. That
by reason of said injury to plaintiff
' " f a:; ! i n .!..! in (he mill of
IS00A, Therefore plaintiff prays for
judgment in the sum of IftMO dam
ages and the further sum of ffOQ
pent, for reason of damage, and costs
and disbursements of action."
In answer to this complajnt the de
fondant denies that he was In any1
way responsible for the Injury ff I lv
Wl to the plaintiff. (MM alleges that It
was owing to the carelessness of de
fendant and his son that the accident
Most of the forenoon Tuesday was
taken up In getting a Jury to try the
case, und the rest of the day until
I HI p ru . was given tit heating the
wttMM4M for both sides. All the wit
tosses for the plaintiff hud been
beard and several for the defense and
all that remained this morning was
the examination of two more wit
nesses for the latter.
Mr. I'tt's home is 20 mile west of
Mcppner He Is ubout 75 years of
The rase went to the Jury at 11:30
when otirt adjourned for lunch and a
verdict ias not yet been reached they
falling to agree. The jury Is compos
ed of Cal Combs. R, T Council, c. B.
Sturdlvant, (I W Knight. J. A Bad
delay, A P. Myriek. K II Stone, Ivan
O'Hara August Zenske Frank Koch
and .1 M Hemphill.
When the court was called to order
at 1:30 Prosecuting Attorney Halley
sent word to the court that he was
sick In bet and could not be there so
the other criminal caaes were post
poned and court adjourned. Charlie
Miiv the Chinaman, was to have been
Tied this afternoon for larceny.
iviia Estes, Athena.
W. O. Armstrong Seattle.
T 0. Taylor, city.
Harry Jackson. San FranclevO.
Q W. Cotton. Oakland.
H J Huston. St. Joe.
S A. Thormloy. Marietta.
J J. Burns. Portland.
c C. Oerauld. Portland.
T. V. Tatum. Omaha
Itha Estes, Athena
Ceorgc K Burton. Seattle
J. McNultv. California.
W It. Glendlnlng. Portland.
Oaorga s. Ball, ortland.
: tl Richardson. Portland.
D K Hall.
A. R. OranL Portland.
K C Warner. Portland.
W. A. Dalrymple
The Golden Rule.
James T. Brown. Pocatello.
C. O. Donnelly, Seattle.
B. Q. Norton.
.1 M. Harrison, Forest drove
0 Spuyem. Rosalia.
M. Ogden. Wialtsburg.
E. W. Spargnr and wife, Uma
THE WORLD'S MEDICINE.
BILIOUS and NERVOUS DISORDERS.
Sick Headache. Constipation. W:nd,
Weak Stomach, Impaired Digestion,
Disordered Liver A Female Ailments,
Prt'psre.1 only by the Proprietor, Thomas Hkki St Helen.. Png . aiul
Canal Street, New York. Sold every where in Ihi, UH and lOu.
E. Tosler. Wasro.
c L Downer. Spokane.
P I Hunsurker. Spokane
v I" McBreem. Portland.
John O. Helflnch. Spokane.
Sam I.ee, Spokane.
R T. Johnson. Falrvlew.
1 e nkepy .Wnlla Walla
lames I eblanc San Francisco.
.1 K Johnson.
? A. Nichols. Union
W N Campbell.
J H Thompson. Pittsburg
H. Hesst 1. Weston.
J Harrison. Moscow.
John Fdgar. Walla Walla
John Williams and wife. Elgin
J J Rrlmlnstool. IOS Angeles
K Chapman. Vinson
t W Cutler
V Woodstoi k Nolin
J. H. Clark. SUrbtick.
Mrs. Halsteart and son Bcho
A Profitable Investment
was troubled for seven years
with my stomach and in bed half my
time." says E. Demlck, Somervllle.
Ind. "I spent about $1000 and could
get nothing to help me until I tried
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. I have taken
a few bottles and am entirely well."
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure doea the atom
arh's work by digesting the food. Tall
man A Co and Brock McComaa.
By calling on the
before purchasing that
bill of Uunbti
New sheds gt'ing up
Nev stock corning in
At the new retail lumber yard
(iray's Harbor Commercial Co.,
opposite the W. & C. K. depot
W. j SB.WELL. i t t j ManaK
Frazer Opera House
OiH. I lU.er. bSSBStaad Msn.s.-r. tn.. H. Wili h. l-inl Mmi.ur.-r
Friday January 24th, 1902.
SEE THE PARADE AT NOON.
Juices 3 . sc. 7s and $ i.no Se.it sale at I'ui. i .
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JANUARY 27. 2
IS THE OPBNIKG OF THE BAM PHR IKRM F
' oardiii( and Day School for (iirls.
Primary, Intermediate and i nHega Preparatory Departments)! ifnale
Violin. Vole.- and PIMM specialty Pupils under fourteen )ar
AdlllwM Mia Imogen llnvcr. Principal,
I ( '" rins Htrwt, Wniia Waist, Wash
BYERS' REST FLOUR
To make gorsl brea.1 use Myers Mst Hour. It t. ok firat
preniiuiu at the Chieatro World's Fair over all competi
tion, and given escel lent at islactiou wherever Hand.
Kvery sack is guarantewi. We have Him heat HUiaiii
Kollett KailHV, Hw.1 Rye am! Heanlleee Barley.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. BYI RS, Proprietor.
MbVMWMHMMMM 'tpor ' wwrwiwtwtrww
ut hot Chocolate, Clam Bouillon, beef f
'Ktrat, Tobatico Flip, Tomato Bouillon, etc
They are always hot. We know how to
make delicious ''Hot Drinks" and our price
very reasonable only 5 cents a cup.
Stp8 from Main Street Toward the Court House
Thia algnatuio is on every bo of too ifenolu.
LOST HIS CHILD WIFE.
Bert Blair Wedded a 14 Year Old, II
legally, at Colville.
Colvllle Wash . Jan HV The mar
rif of Iter' lllalr and Miss Phlllppl
Hmlth wit declared Illegal by Judge
Klchardson. This ends the notorious
ease of elopement on Clirlmnas even
lng, which was followed by the bride
.-oom spending two weeks In Jail.
Christmas eve Pert Blair and the
girl drove to Meyer's Kalis where they
secured a man lage llcenae. the girl
.-.wearing ahe was 18 years of age.
The couple were married by Justice
Graves and then returned to aak for
giveness from the girl s father. T. M.
s1; i; Instead of forgiving, Mr.
Kinith swore out a warrant for Blair's
arrest, on a charge of abduction. The
warrant was sworn out In Kerry
county and young Blair was Jailed
here at the request of Kerry county
officers. The Mr. Bnitth took hie
. rrlng daughter back to the Stevens
county poor farm, of which be la su
Blair laid In Jail two weeks await
lug action by the Kerry county au
thorltfes and Mr Smith No action
was started and finally the young
man was released He went back to
bit ranch Ave miles south of Colville
without trying to see his child-wife.
Meantime Mr Smith kept bis daugb
ter guarded and commenced action to
annul the marriage because she was
i but 14 years old.
Jude lib Lurdson set id tee
1 1 lage today
It is estimated that Moid fjpoige.
me pro-Boer sagas. (mm $4 krllMsenf
tliat the war will eventually coet
t uglani! $2.04W.0.WiO.
"C. and C."
James B. Welch will tell you
what these letters stand for.
Its a good story.
Have him tell you, and if you
do not, you will find out later by
watching this space.
"C. and C:
BBS SSB S "