The Oregonian (Portland, Oregon) October 18, 1901 Page 4 Shooting Scrape At Condon Two men quarreled over a debt, and one received a bad wound Condon, Ore., Oct 17. John Shriver and Rundle Palmer engaged in an altercation in the Arlington Saloon last evening, and Palmer received a severe shotgun wound in the face. The ball entered the left cheek and came out back of and below the left ear. The temporal artery was severed, but Palmer's condition is not considered serious at this time. Shriver is under $750 bonds for his appearance at the preliminary examination, which has been postponed until tomorrow. The trouble arose over collection of some money which Shriver alleges Palmer owes him.