East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, May 02, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

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    PAGE EIGHT.
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, MAY 2, 1004.
EIQHT,
A forced smile li better than no smile, perhaps. But the wear
er of our Shoes smiles from pure delioht.
Fut on a pair yourself they'll be a ''sure cure for the blues."
You'll be pleased with the "snappy" style and elegant finish. The
fit and frer.dom of foot motion will fllve you genuine satisfaction.
And the comfort and durability will keep you smiling all the season
through.
The purse-fitting prices, too, fix on the face
"smile that won't come off."
The largest stock and latest styles in the city.
of the buyer a
SUPREME COUR
T
NOW IN
SESSON
DINDINGER, WILSON & CO.
GOOD SHOES CHEAP. 'Phone Main 1131.
STABBING AFFRAY
I the cutting was the result o an old
ifoud. Fraker is a half-brother to W.
J. Furnish, of this city.
LESTER FRAKER STABBED
AND ASSAILANT ESCAPES,
THE DEEPEST WELL.
ft Fraker Will Not Tell Who
Him, and the Whole Affair lsU0U" miles north of the city.
Jurgen Mumm Has Just Completed
Farm Well 429 Feet Deep.
The deepest well yet put down in
Umatilla county has just been corn-
Slashed pleted for Jurgen Mumm, who resides
Somewhat Mysterious Wounded' ,ine '? ?- ,eel aeeP Bna n-
i (nine nti nhnnrinnnn lit natni n .
a Narrow Escape From' u r i w
Having mis Jugular vein Severed
Man Had
The pumping apparatus used to
An Old Grudge Supposed to Be bring the water the long distance to
Responsible
DERWOOD WAFFLE WAS
APPOINTED BAILIFF.
Interesting and Important Damag
Suit Against the O. R. & N., the
Famous Barnhart Warehouse Case
Was the First Case Called A Per
sonal Damage Case Against the O
R. 4. N. Was the Second Case, Be
ing an Appeal by the Company
Important Injunction Suit.
The May term of the supreme
court sitting for the district of East'
era Oregon, was opened this morning
at 9 o'clock with all of the members
of the court in attendance.
Derwood Waffle was appointed bal
liff for the session
Three cases were argued before
the court today, two of tbcm being
appeals from Umatilla county.
The first case brought up was
damage case against the O. R. & X
and held the attention of the court
for all of the forenoon. It was the
case of the Fireman's Fund Insur
ance Company and Northwestern
Warehouse Company, plaintiffs and
respondents, vs. the O. R. & X. An
Ih . i i f 7Zl appeal from Umatilla county.
,mn ?J t iaukhet dCCp We,U A suit brought In the circuit
pump and it works with ease, only tn vnr ,,nnPB fnP
six strokes of the handle being nee-
Lester Fraker, well known in Pen- essary to brlnc water- and the test
dleton and vicinity. ,s carrying a ITTX
:ui uraunu wun mm as ine result or. The pump Is equipped with Red-
an altercation in the Red Front sa-' Jacket electric welded galvanized
loon Saturday night j steel pipe and is operated by a wind
As thp stn'rr pvo, .'engine. W. J. Clarke & Co.. who
h t ,; ,kr. . " have e exclusive- sale of the Red
fh ulnnn .t ha t.n. 1
eTcrrntathT remand aked fo"r fLWis weH MT'
a drink. Fraker said something to the pump ,n ms wel1-
, . . , v . (
COUNTY COURT.
the man, which was not noticed,
when the speaker hit the newcomer
over the head with a pair of spurs
-which he had in his hand. The Final Act,on Expected Regarding the
stranger stepped back and drawing a 1 Wild Horse Road.
knife made a lunge at Fraker, catch-1 The May term of the county court
ing him across the face, inflicting a will meet on Wednesday of this week
deep gash along the Jaw bone. Had for its regular term. At this time
the cut been an inch lower the wound final action in regard to the Wild
would have been fatal, as the knife Horse road will be taken. What the
would have severed the jugular vein, action of the court will be is not
Fraker was taken to a drug store known, as the report of the viewers
and his wound dressed, but he would and surveyor has not yet been hand
make so statement as to the identity ed in; but unless the construction of
of his assailant, and as the latter had the road Is too costly, it Is a certain
escaped Immediately after the cut- ty that the report will be favorable
ting, no attempt was made to arrest for the completion of the project,
him. I At this session of the court the
It is said that the two men had printing bill of the Tribune, which
trouble some time previous, and that was passed up at the last regular
, term, will come up for settlement.
House Cleaning
Made Easy
See our window for the
things that you need. Here is
the list: Whiting, 'Ammonia,
Sulphur. Chloride Lime, Magic
Cleaning Fluid, Soap, Deodor
ized Benzine, Sulphur Fumi
gators and Dusters, Anything
else? Ask us.
J i Returned With Murry.
Deputy Sheriff Blakley returned
J , Saturday afternoon from Rltzvllle
, with J. J. Murry, wanted here chare-
ed with having given whisky to An
s nie Guhens of Athena. He is also
wanted by the United States on
; charge of having given whisky to
J Hugh and Mollie Root, Indians.
Mcfeibfcon Recovered.
Wlllinm Mflthtirm nn o nf thp Iltft-
neer residents 01 wanuia, nao
was a Pendleton visitor yesterday.
Mr. McGIbbon was kicked by a horse
about eight months ago and was laid
up in bed for about four months of
that time, this being his first trip
to Pendleton since the accident.
court
to recover damages for destruction of
warehouse and grain at Barnhart
station in December, 1902. The
warehouse company valued its house
and contents at J1.892.S6, and rtcelv
ed an insurance of $1,250. Sam Lavis
also owned wheat valued at $735.56,
which was destroyed. He transfer
red his claim. Suit was brought to
recover the value of the warehouse
and contents. The defendants de
faulted and judgment was rendered
plaintiffs for $1,448.63 on one ground
and $431.35 on a second. The com
pany appealed from this decision.
Balleray &. McCourt are attorneys for
respondents; Cotton. Teal & Minor,
Carter & Raley and H. F. Conner rep
resent the O. R. & X.
Other Cases Argued.
Elizabeth Adcock, respondent, vs.
the Oregon Railway & Navigation
Company, appellant. An appeal from
Umatilla county.
An action brought to recover dam
ages for personal injuries received by
respondent while working for compa
ny as cook, and caused by train col
liding with cook car in which re
spondent was.
The plaintiff sued for $3,000 and
was awarded $825 by the court. The
company appealed. The appellant is
represented by W. W Cotton, Carter
& Raley, James G. Wilson: the re
spondent by Henry C. Collier and Bal
leray & McCourt.
Lillian H. McDowell, plaintiff and
respondent, vs. Frank S. Parry and
H. K. Brown, sheriff of Baker coun-
ity, defendants and appellants.
An appeal from Baker county, anu
a suit In equity to enjoin the sale
certain real property in Baker
Howard examined the niece on ox
hlbltlon in the window of Landreth's
store this morning. It is his belief
the ore came from tho Golconda, be
yond a doubt,
There Is a peculiar thing about
the different varieties of oro coming
from tho mother lode. North Polo,
Golconda, Columbia, and E. & E. ore
each have distinguishing character
istics, and one who is familiar with
the products of these mines will
hardly make a mistake In picking
out samples from any of them.
CHURCH DEDICATED.
New Methodist Church at Athena
Was Formally Dedicated Yester-
Day.
Athena. May 2. (Special.) Tho
new Methodist church was dedicated
yesterday with appropriate ceremon
ICS.
A very large attendance witnessed
tne dedicatory exercises, and over
$9,000 was raised to pay off the out-
standing indebtedness. A call was
made for $8,100, that being the
amount of the remaining debt, and
when the subscriptions and pledges
were footed -up it was found that
over $1,000 more than enough had
been subscribed.
The building cost $14,000 and is
one of the finest church buildings in
Eastern Oregon. A new Christian
church costing $11,000, was dedlcat
ed here a few months ago, making
a total of $25,000 spent In two
churches here within the past year.
PLEASED WITH ASSESSMENT.
Taxpayers In Southern Part of Coun
ty Are Satisfied With Mr. Strain's
Policy.
S. S. Darnell, doputy assessor for
Willow Springs. Vinson and Hogue
precincts, has completed his work
and turned over the rolls of those
precincts to the assessor. He says
that the taxpayers are unanimously
in favor of the policy of Assessor
Strain and that not a kick has been
registered In any of those precincts
against the valuations placed' upon
property. The assessments were
made this year, about as last year.
Stock losses In those precincts
have been very light, about all the
loss reported having resulted from
natural causes.
THE REGISTRATION.
Tattman & Co.
Leading Druggists
Guest of Mrs. Sturgis.
Mrs. S. P. Purdy, of Athena, was
J the guest of Mrs. Llha B. Blurgle yes
terday While, in town to meet Mrs.
Thomas A. Purdy, of Poruand, who
will he her euest at Athena for a
time. The ladles left this morning i nf Portland!
for Athena. ' Johns and W, W. Straher, of Baker
; ; City, and T. H. Crawford, of Union.
In the Irrigation Survey. ln tne clty In attendanre on the
W. B. Wltherspoon of Murfrees-, hnvinc cases to be argued
Doro. ienn., uuu hiiicu uu
City, under an execution issued out
of the circuit court of Baker county
on a judgment in which Frank S.
Parry was plaintiff and W. A. Kerst-
ing was defendant.
It was an action brought in the
first place to recover $512.75 and in
terest due Parry on a note given by
defendant. C. A. Johns is attorney
for nppellant; Olmsted and Strayer
for plaintiff. .
The cases of Oliver vs. tho Oregon
Sugar Company: Jones vs. Jones, and
McFee vs. Kelsey have been set for
hearing by tne court tomorrow
Attorneys W. W. cotton ana ti
unaries a.
work with the government surveyors
during the summer.
FURNITURE
FUNERAL THIS MORNING.
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CARPETS,
REFRIGERATORS,
PORCH ROCKERS,
WINDOW SHADES,
RUGS,
LAWN SETTEE8,
GO-CARTS,
CURTAIN POLES, ETC.
Our sales are double what
they formerly wore. Why?
Because our stock la the larg
est In Eastern Oregon. Our
prices are always right. Qual
ity. Style and Service as good
as the best Nuf Sed.
Miss Gilllland's Death Was Caused
by Chronic Diabetes.
Thn funeral of Miss Mamie Gilli-
hand, the dauEhter of Thomas Gilli-
land, was held from the undertaking
parlors of M. A. Rader tills morning
i in o'clock. Rev. Robert Warner
I ! of the M. E. church conducted the
' services. The interment was made
t ' in the Olney cemetery. It was erro-
. . . . , .1., Ca,,r-
i neausiy siaiea in m "i
Less Than Two Weeks More in Which
to Register.
So far there have been 2,425 voters
registered at the office of the county
clerk. This is about half the total
vote of the county, and the books
close on the 15th of May.
Pendleton is behind some of the
outside districts in her registering.
and will have to hurry if all of the
voters In the city are registered on
time.
The present registration will hold
for the coming general election in the
state and for the presidential- elec
tion in November, and for this rea
son it is hoped that all of the voters
n the county make It a point to reg
ister before the bookB close May 15.
COMING EVENTS.
May 2 Oregon Federation of La
bor, Oregon City.
May 2 Supreme court, Pondleton.
May 4 General M. E. conferonco,
Los Angeles.
May 18-211. O. O. F. grand lodge
at Astoria.
May 27-28 Caledonian picnic at
Athena.
Juno 2, 3, 4 Umatilla county pio
neers' reunion, at Weston.
June 6 Rubber-tired buggy will be
given away by the East Oregonian.
June 6 General election ln Ore
gon. June 15, 16, 17 Oregon encamp
ment G. A. R., Hood River.
June 24, 25, 26 Northwest Sports
mon's tournament, Pondleton.
August 22-27 American Mining
Congress, Portland.
Wool Sales.
Pendleton, May 23; Heppncr, May
6; Arlington, May 31; Shaniko,
June 2; Heppnor, June 7; Pondleton,
June 10; Shaniko, Juno 14; Baker
City, June 17; Pendleton, June 21;
Heppner, June 23; Elgin, June 2S;
Shaniko, July 1.
See Our ku.. ,
Glass
Trade mark on
OWL
TEA HOU
ARE YOU TAGGED?
2 WE ARE TAGGING NEW THINGS EVERY DAY WITH
IxKEEN TAG
SALE
IS ON
GOOD AND STRONG AND OUR MANY SATISFIED
CAN ECHO THIS VOCIFEROUSLY.
I ne nosion axo
GREAT ATTENTION PAID TO HAVING PRICES JUST A
BELOW EVERYONE ELSE.
Gone to Portland.
Jerrold Tuttle, who for the past
year has been connected with the
Brock & McComas Drug Company,
left this morning for Portland, where
he has accepted a responsible posi
tion with the wholesale house of
Woodard, Clark & Co. During Mr.
Tuttle's residence ln the city he
has made many closo friends who
will follow him with their best
wishes for his future success.
Reflooring Main Street Bridge.
Workmen are putting In the new
floor on tho Main street bridge. Tbe
material has been on the ground for
several months, but It has not been
convenient to put it in place before
this time. The work will be complet
ed before the heavy traffic of the
wheat hauling season begins, and
while travel is light
Early Closing Question Settled.
The clerks and morchants have
reached an agreement by which the
dry goods stores will continue to
close at C o'clock until June 1, -after
which they will remain open until 8
o'clock The grocery stores .will
close at 7 o'clock during May and
will b closed at 8 o'clock nfter June
1st.
MAIN AND WEBB STREETS.
Undertaking Parlors ln Connection,
W. C. Hoseason of Milton,
w n. Hoseason. who has been em-
day that scarlet fever was the cause i0yCa In tho grocery department of
of Miss Ulliuanu s iiunm. uv -- tne gi. joe store tor wie jai iwu
was tbe result of diabetes of long
Btandlng.
AN AGED LADY..
"Grandma" Brewer Is a Remarkably
Well Preserved Woman.
"Grandma" Brewer, of Albany,
reached Pendleton yesterday for an
extended visit with relatives. Mrs.
Brewer Is the Btepmotbor of Mrs. D.
Turner, Mrs. H. J. Maple and Mrs.
Frank Culton, and Is 85 years of
age, yet she Is as youthful in her
movements as her grandchildren,
and looks many years younger than
sho Is. Her mother died a few 'years
ago at the age of 99 years and 3
months, and up to the day of her
death was able to go about tho
house and assist in the litUo chores
and duties that she had been in the
habit of doing for years.
STOLE GOLCONDA ORE.
Rich
the
pur.
Sumpter Jeweler Purchases
Specimens From a Thief,
Managor James Howard of
Rnicmnda. nrooounces tho oro
chased by Joweler Landroth, as de
tailed in yostordny'B Miner, unques
tionably Golconda ore, says tho
Suranter Miner
In company with a Miner man Mr
years, nas accepieu a puaiuuu ut
bookkeeper with tho Mosgrove Mer
cantile Company, at Milton, tho gro
cery department or the St. Joe store
having been discontinued.
C. J. Officer Is Recovering.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Officer, of High
River, are in the city for a short
visit with C. J. Officer, of John Day.
who is recovering from nn opera
tion for appendicitis.
Marriage License.
A marriage llconse was Issued Sat
urday to Miss Esther E. Baker and
Volany C. Simpson, two well known
young peoplo of Adams.
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CUT PRICES
IN ALL LINES
BAER. (& DALEY
729 MAIN STREET
NEW BOOK6 ARRIVING DAILY AT
Nolf's Big Book Stote
HERE ARE SOME OF THE LATEST:
"Rulers of Kings," by Ger
trude Atherton; "Invention -of
the Idiot," by Bangs; "The
Memoirs of a Baby," by lios
kan; "Extracts From Adam's
Diarv." by Mark Twain; '"the
Yoke." by Miller; "Oh, What a
Plague is Love." by Tynan;
"A Fearless Investigator." by
Wildon.
Also another shli
"Little Shepherd of
Come."
"Abner uaniej, w -
"Lux Crucls." by
"Sir MUrUUlsi,
"The Beau's Comedf.
Harper.
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1 He lotssno jxc&kw-
I T. L. BAKER, Proprietor.
Positively the best meals ever served In Pendleton
the Horseshoe for 20c. 0tn
I . t ... t rleht prices. W"
J. Lunches ana suon " -. blte neip
uuu uibUM w . & Annuuie -
nloyed. The Horseshoe Is ct 652 Main r.w
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110 1 TOI a IV"
Enjoy
pleasure. Good rig;
Everything "
reasonable.
Williams Livery
723 Cotton
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