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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (March 4, 1902)
JUDGE ELLIS' ORDER
HE RENDERS DECISION
IN MARSHAL8HIP SCRAP.
MUST BE SOLD
$13.oo buys $18.50 Suit
12.00 buys I6.5O Suit
ll.oo buys 15.00 Suit
9.8o buys 13.00 Suit
HATS 15c and 10c Lace for
98C tgullr price Cleaver Bros. Dry Goods Co
$1.50 to $3 50 Tarcham Lce 5c yd.
Cleaver Bros. Dry Goods Co. Regular 10c & 15c
closing out sAtE. Cleaver Bros. Dry Goods Co.
Sun Bonnets $3 50 Hats for
23c , $2.75
Cleaver Bros. Dry Goods' Co. Cleaver Bros. Dry Goods Co.
TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1902.
James A. Howard, farm loans.
Dressed chickens, celery and let
tuce. Hawley Bros.
Package and bulk garden and flow
.ec seeds. Hawley Bros.
A small ten cent piece buys a good
pair of gloves at Cleaver Bros. Dry
Ask to see the Chicago leader Hat.
Only ?1.50, at Cleaver Bros. Dry
Wall paper, wall paper! Where?
At Sharp's big wall paper Btore, opera
house block, Court street.
Money to loan at lowest rates on
town or country property. J. B. Dick
sou, East Oregonlan building.
Closing o-t sale of our old line of
sheet music that has always sold for
from 35c to 50c, at 10c per copy. The
music store on Court street.
City and country property for sale.
Houses rented, collections. Locale
lands subject to entry. Agent Home
Co-operative Co. Homes on easy pay
ments. Rihorn & Cook, room 10, over
A crew of carpenters commenced
Monday on the remodeling of the Bap
tist church, at the corner of Alta and
Johnson Btreeta. When completed,
this will be among the largest and
most commodious places of worship in
Pendleton. It will be finished by the
first of April.
We will, for this week only, ending
March 8th, otter at a special low price
Knives, Forks, Spoons in the
plain bright design.
Spoons; Tea at J1.20
Spoons, Table at, . . . 2.35 .
Forks, (Med) at 2 85
Knive(Ro nd handle)1.90
Jewler and Optician, Nextdoorto
KOEPPEN S DRUG STORE
Our Squirrel Poison and Btryohnluo, tor exterminating squirrel are
oitha standard strength and purity.
fonSprayhw 8oftP'Quass,ft Chips, Whale Oil Soap, Paris Green, etc.,
Sh?i?J,ii,l,t Sbeop'uip. Lamp Blank and Oil, All our goods are 'the best
obtainable, guaranteed as represented.
65 Step from Main Street
8.5o buys 1 1 .50 Suit
7.50 buys 10.00 Suit
5.90 buys 9.oo Suit
4.75 buys 6.00 Suit
Big red apples, best in the market,
at Hawley Bros .
For rent or sale, two small houses.
Inquire of Henry J. Bean.
For sale, a new wagon and harness.
See Will Lane about it.
Furnished rooms for housekeeping.
Inquire at 509 College street.
For sale Furnished house and lot.
Inquire 301 South Main- street.
A young woman wishes a position
to do general housework. Apply this
Rubber dolls, rubber balls, rubber
combs, rubber bands Nou s Notion
Wanted Woman to do general
housework in family. Apply to Lee
Judge Ellis has granted a divorce in
the case of H. H. Williams Vs. Ida
A young woman wants position in
store to obtain experience as a clerk.
Apply this office.
Rooms in the East Oregonlan build
ing for rent. Steam heated, Lot ana
cold water and bath room In connec
Wanted Two apprentices can And
position at Mrs. Rose Campbell's
millinery store, if applications are
made at once.
New arrival of fine imported Paris
ian all wool chaliie waistings in all
the leading shades, now on display at
The remains of W. W. Dorothy's
infant daughter were interred Sunday
afternoon in the Milton cemetery. The
child died Friday night.
Ready to wear street hats are now
on display at Mrs. Campbell's mill
inery store. Their swell line of im
ported patterns will be on display
after March 10.
The Carrier millinery establishment
is made brilliant with the latest fash
ions in ladies' hats and trimmings.
Mrs. Carrier recently returned from
Chicago and an elegant stock of
spring millinery is now arriving,
which the ladies are invited to call
and Bee on display.
It has been rumored that Mat Mos-
grove, the Milton merchant, would be
a candidate on the republican ticket
for representative or for the state sen
ate. He denies that he has ever had
any such intentions. He asked tbe
Freewater Times to say: "They can
not run fast enough to make me take
Boise Jollle. one of the 3-vear-old
Percheron stallions belonging to Cars-
ten Brothers, of Seattle, was purchas
ed Monday from AVllliam Anderson
salesman, at the Froomo livery stable
by Chris Breeding, ono of the most
extensive farmers in Umatilla county,
llvlnp: eiKht miles north of Pendleton
The horse weighed 1785 pounds and
the price was $1950.
Toward the Coart House
Orders Heathman and Beam to Vacate
and Turn the Offices of Marshal
'and Recorder Over to Their Su;
cessors, Blakley and McCourt.
Pendleton has a now marshal and a
At least, this was the decision of
Judge' Ellis at 11 o'clock this forenoon,
who sustained the demurrer to the an
swer of Heathman and Beam's attor
neys, which was filed Saturday, in an
swer to the decision In the mandamus
case, and he has signed the order for
the old officers to step down and out,
and give up the offices with their
emoluments, to Blakley and McCourt,
anil unless this order is complied
with at once Heathman and Beam will
be In contempt of court.
This ruling was expected, even by
the Heathman-Beam faction, for dur
ing the last few days they had almost
given up hopes of winning out before
Judge Ellis, but immediately after the
judge gave out his decision, J. J. Bal-leray-,
one of the attorneys for Heath
man and Beam, announced that an ap
peal would be taken.
The people of Pendleton were in
hopes that today would end the' scrap
which is becoming obnoxious to all,
and is a detriment to the best inter
ests of the city, but such is not the
case. The fight has been on since the
first meeting night in January, when
the new council appointed Marshal
Heathman and Recorder Beam to suc
ceed themselves, but the appointment
was not sustained hy the new Mayor,
T. G. Hailey. Mayor Hailey had been
investigating the running of the po
lice department of Pendleton and had
come to the conclusion that there was
something irregular in the way things
were going. The charge was 'made
and acknowledged by Heathman that
he had taken money from the gambl
ers and others in excess of his salary
and the fines imposed by the city. Re
corder Beam had acknowledged to
taking a part of this money for his
"rake off and it was for this reason
thft Mayor Hailey thought it was
time for a change, and he, would not
consent to the reappointment of them
to their old places. He, therefore, ap
pointed Councilmen Johnson, Som
mervllle and Frasier a committee to
investigate the charges and make a
report. After two weeks of deliber
ation and a thorough investigation
this committee reported that the
charges were found true, but they did
not recommend any course to be tak
en. That was on Saturday night, the
11th of January, at a special meeting
of the council and after the report, a
resolution was passed for the election
of new men to succeed Heathman and
Beam. William Lane and L. G. Fra-
zier were nominated, and when It
came to a vote the councilmen lined
up with four on a side. Mayor Hailey
then broke the tie by casting his, vote
for the new men and declaring them
duly elected. Lane qualified but Fra-
zier declined the office. Monday morn
ing following Heathman and Beam,
through their attorneys, Stillman &
Pierce, filed an injunction against
Mayor Hailey, thwe four councilmen
who voted with him and Lane and
Frazier from acting in the capacity
of the offices elected to, and the may
or and council from attempting to
have them serve. After being In court
for several weeks Judge Ellis dissolv
ed the injunction against the mayor
and councilmen, but sustained it
against Lane and Frazier. The coun
cil finding that Lane was not eligible
to the office dropped him and last
Wednesday night elected Joe Blakley
and John McCourt to succeed Heath
man and Beam. The Heathman-Beam
side, anticipating such a move, had
their papers ready to file another in
Junction against the new men and
they called up the county clerk and
had the papers filed that night. Early
Thursday morning Blakley and Mc
Court filed mandamus proceedings to
force Heathman and Beam to vacate
the offices. These suits have occupied
the attention of the court ever since.
The injunction was dissolved, the
mandamus sustained, and the an
.swer of Heathman and Beam's attor
neys overruled so now the only thing
left Is for the old officers to appeal
to the supreme court of the state of
Oregon, which convenes in Pendleton
Immediately after overruling the
demurrer in the mandamus caso, the
.judge signed an order, asking the old
ollwers to vacate, and it was . placed
In the sheriff's hands and served just
bpforo noon today. If .they do not va
cato,thoy will be guilty of contempt
Heathman says he lias had enough
qf'llw fight and has given up his star
to Blakley, who Is now Iri full pos-
sessslon pf tho office of marshal,
Beanv hab not been servejd with the
writ for; the reason that he has not
been found. He has filed his inten
tion of appealing, but McCourt is in
possession of the recordor'd office and
will serve in that capacity.
Electra Gilford, the famous Ameri
can cantatrice who took tho old world
by storm, 1ms returned to her native
land and is repeating her successes
abroad. She has a voice of wonderful
power and sweetness.
Flrt cHee proposition to energetic
ladies and gentlemen. One for each
township desired. Good pay aid steady
employment. Send for booklet and
practical guide to aizents at once.
T. H. BENTON, Qeneral Agent,
Qoodnough Bd?., Portland, Ore.
I hereby announee myself a caudlda'o for
tho nomiiiRllnn of county treasurer Of Umatilla
county, subject to the will of tliencxt re libit
can county convention. B V. Ki:.sx.
i 900 Washes
W. J. Clarke & Co
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK
"I would us soon think of doing
business without clerks as without ad
vertising." John Wanainnker.
This is the (statement of one of the
greatest merchunts on the face of the
Another statement Is: "Newspaper
advertising is the most resui.ttul coin.
pur.'d to price than any other advertis
ing In the world "
Hpace in the East Oregonlan Is sold
at low raiek.
SEE FOR YOURSELF
Four Inch Ad in the Daily
East Oregonian, One Week,
6 Times $1.40
Four Inch Ad in the Weekly
East Oregonian,One Week,
1 Time, and Semi-Weekly
J Time 60
Or a Four Inch Ad in Both
.Daily and Weekly and
Semi-Weekly, 6 Times in
Daily, 1 Time in Weekly
and 1 Time in Semi-Weekly,
WHO CAN GIVE YOU
A LOWER PRICE
l-'or a longer tli;ie, or for iliore space
the rates are In the same proportion.
Ads under contract, at same rates, but
having choice of position in paper, with
change of copy without extra charge, as
often as once a week.
Doing business without advertising is
like winking at a pretty girl in the dark.
You may know what you are doing, but
no one else docs.
The East Oregonian's Telephone
Is" Main I
OK WJtlTK TO TUB
Oregon Mortgage Co.,
On Improved property :
tlowet current rate.
CHAS. F. G. PATTULLO; Agt.
Walla Walla, Wash.
It Pays to Trade at the Peoples Warehouse.
THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
...Reliable Goods Only...
Remarkably Good Stock of Women's Gloves
Recont Btrgnin Sites have cleaned out Ulova Stock of all tin-
wanted kinds We linvu received additional regular lines of
fine Gloves, making otir preHsnt Mock one of the lnruust and
boat to be found any nhure and pthos the lorcest, quality con
Thousands of yards of New Wash Ribbons from 15 cents per yard up
Yourself and family are cordially
invited to attend an
at our store
March the Sixth
at 7:30 o'clock
The Peoples Warehouse
$9000 Buys 600 acres fine
wheat land, in Cold Spring
Lots of water.
$3500 for 160 acres, fine wheat
land 3 miles east of Pendleton
80 acres in grain. This will
look good to you.
$3500 Buys 160 acres rich bot
tom land on McKay cieek, 12
miles from town.
$2500 A nice 8 acre suburban
tract, good house, 130 fruit
trees, running water... A snap.
An Ideal stock ranch with sum
mer range adjoining; also 160
head of cattle.
$1200 Buys 160 acres, all good
land, plenty of water, 35 acres
In wheat, 15 acres In rye.
Good house, team, wagon,
plow, harness, seeder.
$4750 160 acres, all good land,
110 acres In wheat, balance in
alfalfa; six-room house, with
cellar, two chicken houses, one
a six-room house for hatching,
big barn, holds 8 horses, and 10
tons of hay. New mouse-proof
gralnary, holds 600 sacks; two
we 1 1 a, running water, 15 tons
hay, sulky plow, hayrake, wa
gon horses, cow, chickens, all
J PENDLETON, OREGON.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL A STOCK RANCH SEE A MAN
IN THE REAL ESTATE BUSINESS WHO HAS HAD EXPER
IENCE IN THE STOCK BUSINESS FOR YEARS IN UMATILLA
COUNTY AND CAN GIVE YOU RELIABLE INFORMATION AND
ADVICE, THAT MAN 18
E. T. WADE, Thc ReaI Este Man
EAST ORISQONfAN BUILDING, PendioU)ii,Oregon.
Gasoline Engine for Sale
A five horse power gasoline engine with pipes and fittings, oil tanks
and water tanks, everything necessary to set up and operate, Engine
and fittings are all new, being in use only a few weeks.
Engine is very economical and guaranteed to be satisfactory. Price
J250 including fittings. Address
Bast Oregonian, Pendleton, ; Oregon.
$6000 Buys 800 acres wheat
land, 12 miles northwest of
$2000 320 acres part meadow
land, balance timber pasture,
good improvement, summer
range adjoining. A good stock
$2300 200 acres, 6 mites from
Pendleton. 50 acres of same
alfalfa land on the river.
$2250 An elegant 8-room
house and two lots on Main
$1800 A neat 7-roJin nous
with bath, stone foundation
2 blocks from Main, In tha
, heart of the city.
$7000 One of the largest and
most beautiful rosidencea in
Pendleton, strictly modem la
every particular. A hand
some home, substantially built
spacious grounds in first class
condition. A grand property,
a sacrifice price; worth 10,
000. $3200 Good house, lot 65x100,
Main St. Will double in value
In short time.
$2000 Creamery at UklaK &
horse power boiler and ermine,
all In running order, with full
equipment of first claea