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TERM BEGINS IN PENDLETON
ON MONDAY, MAY 6TH.
Oliver, appellant. From Pnlon emm
P. H. Crawford
and Turner Oliver for appellants.
Lemery, of Adams, Is In
J. W. Younir. of Weston, was in
a W. Phelns. of Heppner
pupst nf Hotel Pendleton.
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A. n Mr.Ewen and wife, or Atncna,
came down Wednesday to auenu um
J. A. McLaughlin and Jf. S. Olm-
flT Dmdinget, Wilson & Co.
Successors to Cleaver Bros.
THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1902.
TWO SUITS FILED
ELSIE WATERS, A YOUNG
WOMAN, SUES T. E. PARKER.
nlngham for $30u damages alleged to
De aue tor injury received by the de
fendant unlawfully and persistently
There Is Not a Bici Docket at This
Term List of the Cases, Pendle
ton Recorder-ship Contest r.mong
Next Monday, the Bth Inst., the retr
Ular annual Mav term of thn siinrnmn
court for thn Eastern Orecon district.
will convene in the court house in ,A- ?ugn"" " ,B w wed
Pendleton, with Chief Justice Robert stea.d- of urdane' wer0 ln town Wed
o t 11.. tt 1,. npsflttv.
a. uuuii un uiu uuncn. no win ar- .
rlvo Saturday or Sunday, accompan- County Commissioner Horace bai
led by Associate Justices Frank E. ker was ln town Wednesday irow ma
Moore and nhnrloa v. Wnivornn home, near Helix
Saturday night and Sunday the at Miss Charity Ankeny has returned
luiuujB imeresiea in me various to Walla Walla, alter, spending a iuw
cases teat are to come up will be- days here with friends
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bi i" iirnvo irom ainerent parts ot
lne 1902 term Of the snnreme
court is not expected to last as long
as usual, but there is business
enough to keeD the wheoln of thp
court 'n motion for a week or more.
At this term the case of John E
recordershlp case, that has been
John Albers. a subject of Great
Britain, has declared his intention of
becoming an American citizen.
C. W. Mathews, of Pilot Rock,
spent Wednesday in town and took
in the show in the afternoon.
A. R. Pearson, one of the nromi-
nent citizens of Freewater, was reg-
John McCourt, or the city Iatered at Hotel St. George last night.
Mt.s. W. D. Walsh, who has been
fendant unlawfully and persistently hanging flre since the first of the MT8, Wl D Walsn- wh0 has beon
herding his sheep on land belonging year, will come up and be tried In tho guest of Mrs" Llna stlIr8ls' RS
to plaintiff. the supreme court. This nrnh returned to her home in Walla Walla.
A Suit Against Charles Cunningham
for Damages for Allowing His
Sheep to Run Upon Plaintiff's
Elsie Waters vs. T. E. Parker, is
the title of a suit filed at the court
house- this afternoon, asking judg
ment for $780, which plaintiff alleges
is due her for labor performed for
defendant. Tho allegations are:
That during the years 189G-7, plain
tiff performed work and labor for de
fendant at tho defendant's special in
stance and request, in caring for and
riding after upon the range, the live-
-fltpek of the defendant. That the
reasonable value of this service was
$125 per annum and board. That
during the years 1898-99-1900 nlnln
tiff performed the same kind of work
ior ueienuant and that the reasonable
value for such service was $180 per
annum and board. Plaintiff s.ivr aim
received her board during this time,
Dut no part of either said amounts
have been paid and that there Is now
due and unpaid the sum of $780 for
the aggregate amounts. Wherefore,
pjaintiir demands judgment against
aeienaant in -the sum of $780, with
legal interests thereon, and plaintiff's
costs and disbursements herein.
ilean & Lowell are attorneys for
Wants Pay for Range.
John Frye has sued Charles Cun-
Tho allegations in nart are as fol
losw: Plaintiff is owner of the west
half of southwest quarter of the
west half of northwest quarter of
section 25, township 2, north of range
ou, nj. w. m. mat between tho 1st
day of October and the 30th day of
April, 1902, the defendant was the
ably holds more interest for the peo
ple of Pendleton than any one of the
The following cases nrn flier! with
Lee Morehouse, "deputy clerk of thn
supreme court, up to noon today
VS. Murrav Howard: TlnUm
owner, in nossession and nhar.real.lR count.y; Sam White, attorney for re
with tho caro nf r-erbiln nlmnn Thnt iPonuent; c. A. Johns and G. J
at divers times between tho Antesl muuoy I0r appellant.
above mentioned, defendant nermlt- Fre& Nodine vs. First
ted his sheen to be herded and un
lawfully and wilfully did herd and
cause to be herded, said band of
sheep upon the said parcel of real
estate by cause of which plaintiff
was disturbed in his nossesaion and
whereby plaintiff's grass, wheat and
uanic or union: J. P. Ttnifor t
u. biater. attorneys for rosmnnrion.
I. ti. Crawford and f!. V, HnMirnr,
E. M. Pay ton and M. A. Ttniai
C. K. Barns; Baker enuntv? nimcrnrwi"
anu aimer, nrtnrnova rn o,.ni
oariey on said land was trodden ,ulu - Eastman for the resnnnd
uuwn una aio un. lmnren nnri dp
stroyed and the plaintiff was there
hV 'I TIM rHmT!irioi- t.i ii.l 1,.. I
oana ol sneep to the nmnnnt ot ?300. Ian attorney tor respondent: A
T .. X 1 7 . . . .... Mnilnt V 1 1 .
in aiumiuii 10 uie aamage, piaintlu lul "ppeuant,
prays the court to award him the
costs and disbursements of tho anif
ii. 13. Collier is plaintiff's attorney
K. J. Martin O.t nl VO V.nrrln ni.
iuveiopment Company; C. E .Coch-
Albert and Henry Harala. nromi-
nent citizens of Adams, were regis
tered at the Golden Rule hotel last
Walla Walla Statesman: Mrs.
Zercher, of Pendleton, is visiting her
son, itaipn zercner, the genial Whit
Mr. and Mrs. P. P. r.lnaver left
on the Wednesday nvenfntr's O. U. Sr.
in. train lor their new home, at Pra
irie City, Grant county, Oregon.
Richard T. Cox writes that he will
be in Pendleton shortly to remain a
few days, on his return from a trin
to Eastern Washington points, Col
fax and other places.
Levi Ankeny. the well-known Imnlf
er, is said to be one of the prime
movers in the now company which
proposes to comnlete the nortai?e
railroad around the liavrierR tn frnn
navigation In the Columbia river.
J. M. Snence left this mnrninir hv
team for the Yakima ronntrv In the
interests ot tne Jones' mowers
4 .. . - nnn flTl'd t1lf POTl
concealed oy sume -
tents of tho complaint cannot be
given publicity at this time.
A. VV. iiyc, ucuiuu'""'
for Justice of tho peace, returned.
Wednesday uvuhiub i."
Walla, where he had beon to visit
nis son, iyicit wtv, " "
pltal. Mr. Nye said that Dick was
i, l,nttnr and WOllld bD
able to como home within a few
weeks. a well man.
itm-i. in. tVir, well nnd wldnlv
Wirt 1U1UW1, ni. ,
known Portland lawyer, member of
the firm of Cotton, Teal & Minor, is
i.. n iitnn tmlnv nnnnmnnnlnrl hv
ill ruuuiciuu ivtv .v.v....j-
his niece, Miss Bryan, recently from
Virginia, on a visit to Oregon for tho
jirst time. Mr. Minor and Miss Bry
an leave on tomorrow morning's O.
R. & N. train for Walla Walla and
Floy Tibhetts came to Pendleton
from tho Meiner's ranch ln Cold
Qnplnrro tn ntten d tlie elrens. He will
return today or tomorrow. Ho says
Wheat is looning poony yei, Decauso
of continued cold weather, but will
nnmn nut nil rlrrht when wnrm
weather comes. Plowing is nearly
finished and gardening is now re
ceiving attention of a great many
The scheduled 20-rnnnd nnntest he-
tween Phil Green, of Salt Lake and
Ynnntr Donavan. of Los Ancoles. at
Hie Salt T.nlto Athletle r.loli ended In
a row in tho 15th round that almost
developed into a free fight. Green
had the best of the fight when it was
called a draw.
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SUNDAY SCHOOL WORKER.
A Visit to Pendleton of Mrs. Mary
Foster Bryner, of National Reputa
Ihe Sunday school workers of
Pendleton are promised a rare treat
in a visit from Mrs. Mary Foster
Bryner, of Chicago. Mrs. Bryner is
on a tour throuch the West nnd will
be at tho state convention, In Port
land, Aiay 13-15. She has agreed to
stop over one day in -Pendleton en
route, and will be hero Frldav ATsiv
9. Arrangements have been niado
for a grand rally of Sunday school
workers, and all others interested.
on that day. The meetintrs will Im
held in tho Thomnson street tit tti
ciiurch. at 2 and 8 o'eloelr In tho
evening. At 4 p. m. a children's
meeting will bo held, and all children
I who attend will be both interested
and instructed, as Mrs. Bryner Is a
great favorite with the little people
tine is one of the international work
uia, ami nas low equals and It is
hoped the people will give her a roy
ai welcome. Everywhere she has
been, her work Is hiKhly endorsed
tr. D. Simmons va n t
Bennett & Sinnot. a n d T1 (1
tTJTL a- handled bTtte A. Kunkel
. Jvuiey ior uompany. He will make a thorniifri,
Davis Wilcox vs. n. a ti,. t. Ul anu oe gone
ker en,mt. T r ' """"" ' "a a "IO"lu or SIX WeeKS.
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Don't forget the date, May 9.
appellant and L .T Pnnri
Courteny and Olmstead & Miller for
JOlin McCourt. vs. John m nn.
u manna, county; t. u. Hailey for re
spondent and J. J. Balleray for ap
Hull Hotchkiss vh n w v,n.
narnoy county: Thornton wiiiio.,
Oiiiunioy ior anneilanr and TJIoic jr.
- ' w w -".fats
uigg ror respondent.
VV. A. Coiichanoiir va Tmnn tt
" - lJ wuuiva 11,
tiutcninson. et al: Union eonntv t
u. biater for atiDellant and T.ernv
uiiiiiA ior respondent.
lurst National Bank nf Wniia
waua vs. u. McDonald: Umatilla
county; J. L. Sharpstein and Still-
man Ac Pierce for annellant and TV
G. Hailey for resnondent
H. H. Albert vs. Thomas rSrlsdnlo-
waiter uity; Olmstead & Miller for
appellant and F. M. Saxton for r.
OreEon Land and r.nnai runt ?rn
Company vs. Tho Allen Ditch com
pany, Umatilla county; Williams,
Wood & Llnthicum for resnnndnnfa
and Pendleton may well be proud of Wood & Llnthicum for respondents
such an opportunity to hear her an Cafter & Raley for appellants
Austin Rico of New London, Conn.,
defeated Hugh McFadden of Brook
lyn at tho former nlace In a 20-
round contest. Both men were nn
their feet at the close, with MePaden
The Venezuelan irovornmont hn
decided to use the m nt at Wnshlni?
ton instead of tho Paris mint, aB for
merly tor the coinage of bolivar sll
ver coins, worth nlinnt. ?n xontn
AOout 2,000.000 bolivars are to ho
nr o o o o o tfimnnrr6-ToTrrar&T a x
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That are especially good bargains and should not
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mitHMH f tit HMltt(ioiiQOonoiioitnnileftnnti
Tho Advance Thresher Comoanv:
vs. Addle C. Esteb; Union county;
Finn & Ivanhoe for appellant and
E. Ashwell and J. A. Fee for respond
ent. State vs. Alexander Meldrum; Ba
ker county; Sam White and C. F.
Hyde for respondent and George J.
Bontloy and George A. Smith for ap
pellants. W. C. Hindman vs. P. B ninrk-
uaitor county; F. M. Saxton for re
spondent and Happey & Hindman
uumond D. La Clare -vs. N. H. Thi
bault; Baker county; C. A. Johns for
respondent and Smith & Heilner for
uuwara u. Le Earl, plaintiff and
respondent, vs. N. H. Thlbault and
fliano Louise Thlbault, defendants
anu appellants. From Baker county
i;. a. jonns for respondent and
amitii is Heilner for appellants
ihuuc Auams. plantlff.and resnnn
dent, vs. J. M'. Church, administrator
Ol mo eetaiO or K. M. Steel dennaoo
and J. H. Aikln, receiver of the part
iiuiaiiiij property or ateel & Adams
detendants and nnneiinnta rv.
Malheur county. Kinr- snvtr p. t
II. WebSter. attOrneVB tnr nanii.jn.l
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uim Joan u. itand for anne Hants
Turner Oliver, nlaintiff
w. u. -Hutchinson, partners doing
uuniuBSB unuer inn name nr .TTntnhtn.
w w -M,WUtU-
son uros., aerendants and appellants
irom Union countv. T w n.tA
for respondent and Leroy Lomax for
W. T. Carroll, nlaintiff
dent, VS. Eliza Nodlno defendnnt nn,l
cu'peuwni. rom union countr. I'
ll. Crawford and fi. P. rnihnn
respondent and Leroy Lomax for ap-
M. A. Lawrov. rennnndenf va tr-
ry V. Sterling. Thomas Wade and A.
uerKUHOn. appellants. Prnm TTnlnn
county. J&mes A. Fee for reapond-
enrnod urner 0vor for appellants.
. o. urosin, respondent, vs. E, W.
W. H. Fowler left the first nf tho
week for Tho Dalles tn h t
" 'J III,
bedside of his sister Atrc ti,-
Mays, who was critically 111' nnd -nri.r,
passed away since. Mrs. Mnv.s was
tho wife of Jnd G-e ATnvs wlin n.i
a- uuu uiuu
April 11, and she did not recover
from the shock of his death, she
was 68 years of ace.
C J. Whitaker the" ,i Olltlol linn
, " "--iiuoi, llil&
nieu suit against his wife, Hattie
wnitaiter, for a divorce. Tho papers
were filed Wednesday at the court
"m tney were taken away or
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at public auction, lor caiu. at ihe iu- ldde.r
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u m-iiruni iu tne payment ol iih
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ited tills lit day ol Slay, 1002.
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C. F. COLESWORTHY,
rt-wsi, Uity Marshal,
i7 d 129 East Alta Street. - - - Peadleton,