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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 12, 1902)
inen Torchon Lace.
Worth 20c, 15c, 10c yard
See Display in North Window.
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ver mu:. u uuuuM'U.
CLOSING OUT SALE.
HAVDEN QUAIL CASE
ENDS IN TROUBLE.
Glenn Buehee and R. V. Hutcrtina
Have an Encounter, Caused by !
Bushee's Threatening Hutchins !
Guna Figured In the Affair.
This afternoon, w lenn Bushee. who
has been employed a clerk at the
Hotel Pendleton, and R V Hutchlns. 1
reporter on UM East Oregonlan had 1
INJUNCTION CASES FRIDAY.
Date Set Again by the Partlea Inter
Thp latest datp set for the hearing
of thp Injunction rasee Involving the
city of Pendleton which was pro- In
tatcd by the opposition of four of the
cotincllmen and Mayor Halley to the
further Inenmbenct of the marshal a
ami recorder's office by It path man
and lleam. Is for ! o'clock Friday
morning at the court house. Then,
unless something conies up that
causes thp attorneys to ask for an
other postMnmcnt the pros and cons
of the case will be argued by the at
lorneys in the cases before JsAgt Kl
lis and he will decide the matter. It
an encounter w hich was but a trifle I iB Impossible for any one to tons,.
less than aerioua. Bushee threatened wn"' ,n,B 'vision will be and which
to assault Hutchlns; ttutchlns. armed ' 0Vrr WR n, 'It'ddes. It t" not known
to protect himself the two nipt at the "hfOHT or not his decision will set
Froome llvcrv stables; Hutchlne drew ,ho "fair The tleathnmn -Beam
bis pistol to prevent receiving Injury. "ion na, ,,,,,'n determined all the
Bushee also drawing his but falling1 ft through ' they will cany
to get It from his pocket In time, rIt-I to higher court in case of losing
ing Hutchlns the -drop;" Hutchlna i 1,1 tlu' dlatrict COUTt Therefore w here
illfl ahnt hnvinv on ho th.uivht H " WW cannot be foretold, but
prevente.i Bushee from assaulting
FEBRUABT 12, 1902.
Howard. Are Insurance
i book stove for valentines
miy IB IB i'i y- uuiion
. II...BH IVtt
mi . -
,t What aienunes.
groceries. F. 8. Younger
; ur " '
l0 mPi hose, at 5c w hile
ill the D( W spring styles.
ment of vegetables
to be had F B.
1. to I
mm shins. $1 U0
Ml ut 4!'c I 'leaver
r. pa mine; and papering
I brass and wood
i Coir' street,
a anything In the grocery
mi F. I, Younger Son
i It. Quick delivery,
country property tor aale
MUd, ouectlouB. Locate
io . t.try. Agent Hou v
i Co Homes on easy pa
t. Riliorn, room 10, over i
M flniiii and agents want' !
t tti. Turner Little Won
9 Is t' instills County and
cant!,' power. No glass
Clsri St. George hotel.
- kandh .meat, and others
to call on any druggist
urn tiuuio ui ivouiu
tat throat and lungs.
.- i' 'eed to cure am'.
tbroni' und acute coughs.
I aOc. For aale by 1 alL-
1 I L " M v l,
Si. i if o". a i l,i a: l.ee. i r's bakery
fresh and crlap.
New Ideas always shown first at the
Up to the time all the time, the
Walla Walla health food at lezer's
baker?-. All the grades.
The newest creations In Men s hats
at the Peoples Warehouse.
Hundreds o. useful articles, fi and
lo cents Nolf's Notion Store.
First showing of men's spring head
gear at the P oples Warehouse.
Only ! for a good shirt. Sep them
at Cleaver Bros, a Dry Goods Co.
Headquarters for toilet paper. Inks,
crepe paer. dolls games Nolf's.
No back numbers In anything ever
shown at the Peoples Warehouse.
Font dollar silk waists are the big
gest values In Pendleton. Boston
.iisplay of new spring hats for
men in the north window ot th( Pi I
(M a pair of Regent UN men's
j shoes. Blucher cut. Big eyelets ami
I books. Boston Store
A. II. Noble,, roll. IHftle Wili take
pla.e this ctening at Fletchers candy
stot, on Court street, at 7:30 o'clock.
Rooms In the East Oregonlan bull J
jig for rent. Steam heated, lot ant
"old water and bath room In tonne -
At I.e. ers bakery you 'an get a
It -ouuct can of Mackltn's baking pow
der and six bars of soap or a good
broom as a premium for only 60 cents
Ths members ot the Degree of Hon
0t will give a uigbt-cap aoclal at l.u
How ha!i on Saturday evening. Feb
mar) t which a cordial Invitation
is extended to all.
Klpha Johnson has aai.ed the cir
cuit IJglll I ot I'll, at ilia couut to
giant b i ii ditrorot from her husband,
William R Johnson, who ahc alb-xes
willully deserted her and hut. failed
to do anything toward the support of
she ami theli two children.
Chronic nasal catarrh poisons every
breath that is drawn into the lungs.
There is procurable from any drugglat
the remedy for the cure of this trou
H A small quantity of Ely a Cream
Balm placed in the nostrils spreads
over an Inflamed ami angry surface,
relieving immediately the painful In
flamination. cleanses, heals and cures.
A told In the head vanishes Immedl
ately. Sold by druggists, or will be
mailed for 6" rents by Ely Brothers.
14 Warren Street. New York
Dnw a nc
Clarke & Co
may lte without poetry, music
may live without conscience and
live without heart;
may live without frieuds aud live
business today cannot live with
him: both bad their weapons taken
from ;)i in ami thou Bushee made the
ntiai k, inflicting some slight bruises
OS Hutchlns' tn . Bushee was taken
to the city recorder's office, where he
was tin., I $:'(!. In th raatft roflm.
after ths trial, as well as at other
Out Bushee said he would "put
Hutchlns in his grave before tomor
row H he did not get out of town."
The trouble arose over thp .lohn P.
Harden case, the latter having been
lined tl yesterday by Justice Fltz
Gerald for having two bob white quail
In his possession Busli.v was a
taml.r th' Hotel Pendleton, llav
f den. Drlvtai In town a couple of days
' ago. took to the hotel a package con-
taining game birds, which he Instruct
, ed that the cook should prepare for
I him. Bushee opened the package anil
!aw that quail were in It. Later com
piSl&l was made to the deputy game
' warden. T. B. Wells, who aused Mr
lliiilens atttst and fining
A question arose as to whether or
not Bushee informed on Hayden, and
I In the discussion of It. Bushee was
if aged at Hutchlna and made threats
several times that he proposed to do
1 1 he latter bodily harm.
Hutchlns saw Bushee about the
matter, and there was no eucountei.
i Later, the threats weie renewed, ami
Hutchlns being toM that Bushee was
s "scrapiiei." placed a pistol In his
pocket Mr Hutchlns suites that he
!ind seep Bushe. with a weapon in
1 his pocket at the hotel. heUCS desired
1 to Ik- able to defend himselt against
At Sboti! I ,.'. this atteriioon Bushee
ailed Hull bins actoss the street to
the Frooine livery ;t aides and upon
his arrhul. HSBSSd to be willing to
. the matter.
The:' trouble aga.u arose, and ii.
lbs mlsup both drwe their guns and
both had t bem taken away from
t hem The personal M00VMM that
lollowed was inconsequential.
PROTECTION OF GAME
J P Hayden Case Atttact Atten
tion to the Queation.
( i nsMtrable interest has bSSg man-
. 'st'll ill PellUleUlU abillg the III, i il1
protecting game birds since the ar
est and fining of J. P. Hayden yes
tOrdSj tot having two boh white quail
in his possession and tins will likely
do others some good who have been
unlawfully hunting aud killing game
birds out of season Considerable com
plaint has 'omo to the ears of the
raui. warden recent!) but In every In
stall' e the tracks of the breaker of
the law hat been so completely aud
well covered that not enough evidence
was obtainable to cause an arrest aud
i he Oregon Game and Fish Associ
ation are determined to puulsii every
man who is caught breakklng the law
by (I -"living the birds or fish out of
k.'iituu oi eVSTJ man who comes un
ite' Ibe penalty of this law by having
tin m his possession, no mallei
... vvhul way he getb it The arrest of
Ha. len resulted from Glenn Bushee'
curiosity to see wna' a paper bag con
tained that was left at Utile! Pendle
ton when- he is clerk, he not think
ing at the time in opened the sack,
that he would get anjoue into trouble.
DM of the men whose attention Was
attracted to tfci -a. 1 is a member
oi the associuli'u. and be was Is duty
hound to intorui the game wardeu.
whose pla c i . .. t.i file the inform
tin people arc awaiting the final out
come with more than ordinal inter
est and an- aiisioiis to sc it settled
The Laat Heard of
"My little boy took the crottr. ore
u i glit and soon grew so bad you could
hear him breathe all over the hous". '
says F. D. Reynolds, Mansfield, M.
W. feared he would die. but a few
doses of One Minute Cough Cute
quickly relieved him and he W4a to
slppp. That's the last we hpard of
the croup Now Isn't a cotigl cuio
like that valuable?'' One Minute
Cough Cure Is absolutely safe snd arts
Immediately. For coughs, cold, croup,
grip, bronchitis and all other throat
ind lung troubles It Is a certain cure.
Very pleasant to take. The little ones
like It. Tallman ft Co and Breefe
Hook A Ladder Co. Postponed Dance.
Rescue Hook and l.addei Company
No. 1. which hail advertised to glic a
trsnd ball on Frida. ecnnig. Febru
ary 14.. St alcntliie's .lay. have post
pon.il tht eveut until Saturdav even
Ing. Februaty U.. the day following.
It will be giveu in Aiiiioia Hall.
Reliable Goods Only.
Another Startling; Dress Goods Sale.
Black Wool Novelties ,u.n Ix low then lecular
values, not too many dress nools in the . oimtt)
but little lots loilo in wioiik pl.tccv
75c values in BlsVOh Fam y Mohair, now
s. values in Hlack F.mry Moliair, now
A Commanding Silk Sale.
The new i.joa wash silks are hctc,
Kat Kai sorts, in cros. cord effects
stripes, on Salt lor the next few .lays
. waist pattern.
an. 1 Romas
. ohi of a Sblt
at U,0i 0011
A Wonderful Medicine.
To make good bma.I BM BvsfS1 It. at Klour. Il took rl rat
pre dIsjs at tlx Ohlnsaii Itorld'i Fair oesr si I sssjiMll
11, a. 1. 1 given eicttl lent at .hiscI 1011 wperevet u.ial.
K.erv -m is guaranteed We have the laud ntearu
K.dltsl Mai lev. Seel Kve 1 ! I tear. 1 1 em. Marler
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
w. s. BYER8, Proprietor.
I ok ALL
Sick Headache, Constipation,
Wind and Pains in Stomach,
Disordered Liver and
catrAaao onr ar rax iWSSHSSSi
Thorrvai Beecham, St. Meltn, Eng.,
and 365 Canal St.. Nw York,
s.a.l 1 . all iHusgl! In 1 nttrJ si. i.
In boat. IO. and 2fc.
ami other buiMiny
material laa IvdlBfl
W bave a lare SSSSl "'
WOOli QU IT Kits
lor barn and delin,K
HI I Slock ol
SAND & BRICK.
Trucking 6t I raii.tferrlnK.
Oregon Lumber Yard French Kesiaiiraiil
Alta 8t , Ofsp, Court I'ouse
BEST FOR THE
If ou l.all'l . '
Fontaine & Garrison
Im ' 1 .
II 1,1 ut
, t, ...
1 e n. . 1 . . .. ..r .to
I 'O'.a Tl. .l,.O.0.
Old Dutch Henry
MtlTCHECL. THE INDIAN,
GUILTY OF STEALING.
Tiiaai nai nDilr
Wlia. inaili-an waaortiuent of imI.I- ami "tnli- f llox VVrituig
mm blab w- will sell at a Big Raduetlan t" elsM ool Thaw
and 25c a box.
J 10 SMI 1 lot own taiua paper wort L from JU to 4u o-ni SBd
e, worth frln (o t, 76 cent Wlnt. and
8kLV ANL QET TUB BE5T SELECTION.
from Main Street Toward the Court House
Court Triad Him on Tueaday and Con
The rase of Kd CbS man aud lsSa
tor Mitchell. Indlaun charged with
stealing a horse and saddle fryni a
ouuk man uain' J Sinltb -jcnnled
the attention of tl.. diHtrkt court tor
tJastllls 'ounty ail day Tu Is
Chapman was dlmii"hsed a. there
vsi aot fcuffl. i. i t avldanca agaiast
loin to connect him with the crime
Mitchell was tri'-u and the a.-..
la the Jury In the afternoon am! after
ii. liberating for savarsJ hours t&ay
'.-turned a verdict of guilty H has
et been sentenred by Judge Bllln
CkSrlid Moy, the Chlnsmsn ''harg
, .I wif larceny fiom Hohba b a bah
cty. wa before 'be t ourt flrcl
'EM LIKE CANDY
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KEEP YOUR BLOOO CLEAN
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
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Laxative Bromo-Quinine ta
tlu reiuad ' Ut CHJrua h cwitl tit esse )
The oci aalonal ad la one of tkV
',. at methods by v. bu b to syuauuei
money. Continuous advertislux on
the othar haad, will bring siasle IS
' urns for the mou-y Is bSSMMl
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t'Ullr of lb. 1 utreuty, V
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In th. . . unit of Cinalllla r.rt (taia of rcau,
nu routblUra win. .11 "I iltc protialun. of lit
' A. I of Coligrttt. lo 1'io.uin Nalioiiai ...iililitg
Anw .lion, lo ritartl tbelr rarporale n:i
leuoe . aud for tLr purpMP ' f.p-l ' u 1 y
Vo H.rrefui. l.Wllll.uih g.dfrlf, I cwa
roller ut taa Carrt u , do i ',. 1 n.i ist
I L. r.i.t National Hauk of IvodUtua." In
Lli. 1 r.y ol FandU ton, lu IL. nuuuiy ut I'lua
'.Ilia aud tut. I Orogoi. I aulltorli'd Ut baa
11 . .Mionfur 114 parlol .pcclflr.l .u it. iitm
lartlclaaol um-ltH n uaioal) ,i.n! kaa
cf l'..lu.- 01 I uuarr I' . ).'
1 ... '. .. hraof, atlUiaw u) uud aad
-, . u ,ft . I Ii llllrrutL day ol Jauuary
. MM b AllXigl.V,
Coaipiioilrr af Ida ' urra r
Cavalry DpTKS tor Salt4.
iStl Off CAM I A KEN OF
I IAMI OVN MIGHT
tilVK US A CALL.
VVII I.lglitr-I and c l an SJBJSSI
Best 25 cent Mealg
in the City .
Pim 1 ag.
DAY ami N1GH1
I8.S0 to $ft llclitcreu
I lltfal of us an. I aav n u;
Tiers foi ltubbr Mlaui't
a!a- aolli lUxl
I Ahi OHI (.O.MAN ITH.OO
Farmers Custom Mill
Hraa Waller, -..,.. ui ...
geld irr jomm mum tut
I he Louvre Saloon
rgNOI gloN . . . t
i;apaiijr, lav . .....t . day
Slutit SBSSSSSaal '"' eSaai
floor Milt Sm4 i'iiorpd r..d
The r . .1 Oragonlan Is IwUm Or
gsn's rapreaantaUva payer. II laaata,
and the peopta appraolata It aitst sSm
it by their liberal petroaaae. II hi She
adverStatna meet Kin. af