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F o r e s t G r o v e , W a s h i - i g t o n C o u n t y . O r e g o n , Jv ly 17, 1 9 0 3 .
ants. For possession of real property uelson; Ed. and A. R. Mendenhall fot vices testified to the esteem In which
The rope about Olsen's neck was not
and for damages.
. defendant. Suit for possession of real she was held in the community where knotted into a noose, but the loop ex
tended to the hook, while at any time
1908— Annie Breck vs. F. M. Robin- property.
for ten years had been her home.
son et al.; Graham & Cleeton for,
1996— Oliver C. Hiatt vs. Lydia E.
Mrs. Giltner was born in Jackson, the strangulation could have been re
The Held of The News Is the first sgrl-
■plaintiff; Geo. R. Bagley for defenJ-, Hiatt ; Geo. R. Bagley and M. B. Bump Mich., in 1848. December 27, 1879, at lieved by ceasing to bend forward, so
culturnl county of Oregon. First for clover,
for onions, for grapes, and In d a iryin g: it
' ,f,r plaintiff; W. M. Langley for de- Tekamah, Neb., she married J. C. Gilt- that it was apparent that his resolu
also leads In diversified farming and is
1911— Leo Friede vs. Michael C.
ner, who survives her.fi In 1893 Mr. tion of self-murder was steadfast to
famous for fine horses, good cattle and
Lyon et al.; Cotton. Teal & Minor fot I 1997—J. A. Abbott vs. Albert Friday ; and Mrs. Giltner left their home at the end. Had this condition not been
blooded sheep and goats. Its hay Is being
so evident, a bruise about the eye
bought, thousands o f tons of It, by the
plaintiff: W. N. Barrett for defendants, j M T. Bagley for plaintiff; S. B. Hus- Gearing, Neb., and removed to Oregon,
government to feed cavalry horses In the
Motion for duplicate certificate o f sale,
on for defendant. Action for money, coming to Forest Grove. Their six would have given riso to suspicion.
Philippines; Its wines took gold medals
1926— Ivy Hartrampf, administratrix,
Mary P. Galloway vs. Oliver children all live at Forest Grove: Mr. Olsen had been employed by Mr.
over t'allfornlu's exhibit at the Chicago
vs. John W. Hartrampf; S. B. Huston M. Galloway; Langley & Son for plain- Mrs. Zoa Hartrampf, Harry T. Giltner, Jacobsen some time ago, and contin
World's Fair. Its prunes and hops get the
top prices In the market, and sugar beets,
and J. N. Hoffman for plaintiff; H. T. tiff. Divorce,
Daisy Giltner, Glenn A. Giltner, Don ued on familiar terms, so that when
tlax, tobacco, sweet potatoes, horse rau
he did not appear as usual, the neigh
Bagley for defendant. W rit of review.
President and Trustees of the C. Giltner and John Ray Giltner.
Ish, and mushrooms show the variety of
bors at once went to his cabin, which
1931— Thomas Talbot vs. John F. Tualatin Academy and Pacific Unlver-
Its 18,000 people live In
Aplin et al.; S. B. Huston and John sity vs. James C. Clark and Susan
Watches and diamonds, best grades, was close by, and through a partly-
3300 houses, of which 2500 are on farms,
and the great m ajority own their own
M. W all for plaintiff; Geo. R. Bagley Danforth Clark; Milton W. Smith for | on small weekly payments if you pre- open window saw the hanging body.
homes. Sig wagon roads and two lines of
Nothing was disturbed until the coro
for defendant. Foreclosure.
plaintiff; S. B. Huston for defendant.
A safe investment and an easy
railway connect the county with Portland,
ner’s arrival, and to enter he had to
metropolis o f the Pacific Northwest, from
way to save.
Abbott & Son's
• force back the door, against which
Farquhar et ux.; J. Thorburn Ross,
2000— John E. WToell, plaintiff and
4 to 32 miles distant, and here Is found
ready sale for its products. Good schools,
an upturned chair had been placed.
Wm. A. Munley and Geo. R. Bagley for respondent, vs. Cyrus M. Hawthorne,
good roads, a network of farm telephones
plaintiff; S. B. Huston for defendants, j defendant and appellant; J. N. Hoff-
and many rural delivery routes affording
H. B. BEST HELD UP.
Farm for rent for term o f years, 1
man for plaintiff; M. B. Bump for do
To quiet title.
dolly mull make Washington couuty a pros
mile from Forest Grovp. Langley ft
1941— Mary Morris
perous country region with ull the con
The irrepressible hold-up artists Son.
veniences of the city.
Morris; E. E. Merges for plaintifT.! Vom justice’s court.
in their work again last night.
L eo p o ld ' Crow; Langley ft Son for plaintiff.
**• Best, of Gastor, Ore., was the FOREST GROVE’S NEW P R IN C IP A L
victim, $17 the booty and the hour
Fuchs et ux.; Carey ft Mays for plain • Divorce.
j 2002— Annie M Seaman vs. Joseph 10:»0. and the corner of Seventeenth
The school board oMnday night
tiff. Action for money.
elected Mr. E. F. Carlefbn, recently
1667— John W. Shute et al. vs. Geo.
1948- B, Scholfield, assignee, vs. A. Seaman; Geo. R. Bagley for plain- an<* Market the scene.
CIRCU IT COURT DOCKET.
Mr. Best has a brother living at of Albany high school, to be prin-
The July term of the circuit court W. Miller et al; Tongue & Tongue for Alex Chalmers; Thos. H. and E. B. tiff. Divorce.
and Market streets, at | c-lpal of the Forest Grove public
Tongue for plaintiff; Geo. R. Bagley
will open at Hillsboro Monday, Judge
i Peterson; Chas. J. Schnabel for plain- "h ose house he had been spending school.
for defendant. Action for money.
T. A. McBride of Oregon City presid Foreclosure of contract.
, the evening. H e started to return to
Mr. Carleton was formerly a student
1950— L. I,. Crawford vs. Wm. D. tiff. Divorce.
ing, and District Attorney H arrison' 1674— Victoria Kemp vs. Benjamin
I 2004— Jessie B. N. Burness vs. James the lodging house on First street of Pacific LTnlverslty, also of the State
Allen of Astoria, Clerk Geo. A. Morgan, Kemp: Bell ft Gillespie for plaintiff. Manning et al. To quiet title.
1955— Florence McKinnie vs. Mer Burness; Gantenbein ft Veasle for where he Is stopping, when he was University at Eugene. He was for two
Sheriff John W. Sewell and Steno Divorce.
j confronted by two formidable-looking years principal of the Joseph schools
1685— Ellen L. JackBon vs. N. A. ritt C. Davis et al.; Richardson ft plaintiff. Divorce.
grapher Charles E. Runyon of Portland
John Neep vs. Thos. Talbot m<,n behind formidable guns, and re- previous to his work in Albany, and
who will be with him, will constitute Barrett et al.; Geo. R. Bagley for Richardson for plaintiff; E. E. Wils:|i
et al.; Geo. R. Bagley for plaintiff. H**vexl of $17 In cash. He had a vai- the thoroughness of his work
the judicial machinery for grinding plaintiff; Thos. H. Tongue for defend- for defendant. Foreclosure.
viable gold watch on his person, but strongly endorsed by Whitman Col
Emma C. Lewis vs. F. A. E.
out the docket. Many of the cases are ant. T o set aside a conveyance,
2006— Christian Heilman vs. J. P. ln their hurry, the highwaymen over- lege, where a number of his students
old stand-bys, continuing from term ! 1635— A. Gordon vs. N. A. and Hen- Starr et al.; J. F. Boothe for plaintiff.
went from Joseph to complete their
Borchers et al.; Graham & Cleeton for looked It.
to term. Most numerous are divorce rietta Barrett; Geo. R. Bagley for Foreclosure.
W ith the efficient corps
plaintiff; S. B. Huston for defendant.1 M r Best was so confused by the Uh. education.
Richard W. Montague as trus
cases. 16; 9 insolvent estates are yet plaintiff; Thos. H. Tongue for defend
tee in bankruptcy, in the matter ol Suit to reform deed and for damages, toward proceedings that he Is unable of lady teachers to assist.
open, there are 14 actions for money, ants. To set aside a conveyance.
8 foreclosures and the same number
o f suits for possession o f real prop Mary E. Patton; Tongue & Tongue for Gruber for plaintiff; John H. Hall for dler Proper; Chas. J. Schnabel for but remembers that they retreated to-
wards the southern part of the city. A H O LID AY SU N D AY A T C EN TER
erty, 6 confirmations, 2 suits to quiet plaintiff; A. R. Mendenhall for defend defendants. Suit to declare trust exe plaintiff. Divorce.
At last accounts the police wers
V IL L E
Henry W. Jones et al. vs.
title, 3 injunctions and 4 partitions, 2 ants. To set aside a conveyance.
working on this clew.— Tuesday’s
replevins, 4 suits to set aside convey
Pert’.and Morning Oregonian.
Sunday was a gala day at C enter
ances, and one each equity, foreclos non Miller & M iller for plaintiff: S. F. Hoffman; W. D. Smith and Benti ovL/èpr for plaintiff. Partition.
\Jllq. Tha V erh oort^ a n d was kind
Max Biirglmlrer* Va. Anna
Bowman for plaintiff. Divorce.
4 -* v
i,* - — *-• a
ure of contract, to establish boundary B. Huston for defendant. Divorce.
Go to The Bazaar at Forest Grove enoiiffK Tt> com ^ a rn T 1 fèniîbr "sbi,.«,
1759— Georgia Bash vs. Frank Bash:
U ’Ren & Schuebel fo r
1963— Thomas Allison et al. vs. R- j Burgholzer;
line, for duplicate certificate of sale,
; for Pianos, Organs and Sewing Ma- very choice music for the amusement
Murphy for plaintiff. S. Hattan, sheriff, and Columbia plaintiff. Divorce.
w rit of review, to declare trust exe Strahan
2010— Emily Porter vs. David Por ! chines. Goods and prices are right.* of the people, and drew a large crowd.
county; S. B. Huston for plaintiff; Dil
cuted, suit for deed, to reform deed, Divorce.
The town was crowded on both sides.
1761— Ellen L. Jackson vs. Thos. H. iard ft Day for defendant. Injunction, ter: S. B. Huston for plaintiff. Divorce.
action for money on appeal from jus
Races of all kinds followed the music,
SU ICI DE A T S W E D E V I L L E .
2011— In the matter of the estate of !
1967— W. V. W iley and John Dennis
tice court, and to set aside will In a Tongue; Geo. R. Bagley for plaintiff;
the winners receiving prizes donated
matter transfered from county court. Thos. H. Tongue for defendant. Actio». vs. Elizabeth Swift et al.; Geo. R. Bag- Jacob Brugger, deceased; Chamber-
ley for plaintiff; S. B. Huston for de- lain ft Thomas for contestant; W. N. j
Coroner C. L. Large was summoned by our genial storekeeper, Herman
The docket follows;
Swedeville, near Beaverton, Tues- Ostermann.
607— In the matter o f the estate of
The following were the winners:
aside will; transfer from county court, day night, to investigate the death of
J. C. M ed in e vs. Gaston Co
D. M. Bradley, insolvent; Thos. H. vs. Washington County; U. S. Grant
Andrew Olsen, who was found In a Ball throwing for girls, Mary Jansen
Marquam for plaintiff; Harrison Allen operative Milling Co. and T .W . Thomp
H. G. W right vs. C. H. Stew
Tongue, attorney. Insolvency.
son: S. B. Huston for plaintiff; J. C. art; Geo. R. Bagley for plaintiff. Action cabin on the C. L. Jacobson farm, and Anna Boos; foot race for little
900— In the matter of the estate of for defendant. Action for money.
hanging from the wall with a small uoys under six, Edward Van Ixtm ;
1785— Rosa Reghitto vs. ----- Cady; Moreland for Defendant Thompson. for money.
Richard Morton, insolvent; Thos. H.
rope around his neck, with his face foot race for young men, Arthur
Geo. R. Bagley for plaintiff: Emmons Foreclosure.
Herman Boehme vs. Marie
Tongue, attorney. Insolvency.
Boembe; Chas. J. Schnabel for plain within three inches o f his bed. Hi» TenBrooke. Foot race for little hoys
Thomas Dobson, administra
923— In the matter o f the estate of & Emmons for defendant. Replevin.
harl carefully planned the deed, and over ten. Edw. Sohler. Foot race for
1787— Ching Sing vs.Edward Hughes tor. vs. C. Byers and Rosie Byers; tiff. Divorce.
Donald McPherson, insolvent; Thos.
had been dead about 18 hours when young girls, Mary Jansen. Horse race,
and J. W. Sewell; R. W illiam s and John F. Logan for plaintiff. Fore
H. Tongue, attorney. Insolvency.
found. Dr. W. P. Via stated to the Fred Townsend. The horse race will
946— In the matter of the estate of Thos. H. Tongue for plaintiff. Re closure.
OF MRS. J. C. G ILTN E R .
m a t aeatn
ciue to Himngu-1
i tried over again next Sunday after-
death was due
Edward L. Naylor vs. Wapato
T. R. Cornelius, Insolvent; Thos. H. plevin.
lation, and the verdict of the Jury was noon.
j808— J. W. Shute and J. A. Foote Camp No. 544. Woodmen of the W orld;
Tongue, attorney. Insolvency.
The crowd were all treated by Mr.
Died, at her hr me in Forest Grove, that the deceased came to his deatn
1036— In the matter of the estate of vs. J. W. Sewell, sheriff of Washing S. B. Huston for plaintiff. Action for
early Monday morning, July 13, 1903, while under a temporary aberration Ostermann, and all went home well
W illiam Chalmers, insolvent; Thos. H. ton conuty; Geo. R. Bagley for plain money.
Mrs. Anna Picket Giltner. after a lin- of mind, with suicidal intent. Deceas- pleased with their afternoon's enjoy
tiff: Harrison Allen for defendant.
The T itle Guarantee
Tongue, attorney. Insolvency.
Trust Company vs. Charles M. Keep gering illness, in her 56th year. The ed was born in Christiana, Norway, ment, and the people of Centerville
1108— In the matter o f the estate of Injunction.
j 816— Washington County vs. H. P. and W. S. Maorum: Rollln R. Page for funeral at the Christian church Tues- and was 80 years o f age. H e came were equally pleased, as everyone
Forest Grove Door ft Lumber Co., in
solvent: Thos. H Tongue, attorney. Ford et al.: Harrison Allen and E. B. plaintiff: S. B. Huston for defendants. day morning was conducted by the pas- to Beaverton about 17 years ago, and realized who heard their merry laugh-
tor, Rev. Arthur Caine, and interment had been in the employ of C. L. Jacob- ter and cheerful voices. The citizens
Tongue for plaintifT; Geo. R. Bagley Foreclosure.
was In the Naylor cemetery.
A son since that time. He was hurled at enjoyed the day. and will always have
Rothehllds Brothers a corpor
1129— In the matter of the estate of and Thos. H. Tongue for defendants.
a hearty welcome for their visitors.
ation, vs. R. C. Smith and Nellie E. large attendance at both of these ser- Cedar Mills Wednesday.
Bowlby ft StlncVomb. Insolvent; Thos, Action for money.
1820— The President and Trustees of Smith; S. B. Huston for plaintiff. Con-j
H. Tongue, attorney. Insolvency.
1191— John Johnson vs. J. W. Eld T. A. ft P. U. vs. M. E. Austin; Milton flrmatlon.
1975— J. A. Imbrle. executor, vs. C.
redge; Caples & Allen for plaintiff: W. W. Smith and L. L. Ia n gley for plain
McCamant for defendant. Foreclosure. tiff: S. B. Huston for defendant. For H. Newell and M E. Hoxter; E B.
1291— Zera Snow and S. B. Huston possession of real property.
Tongue and Geo. R. Bagley for plain
1826— The President and Trustees of tiff. Action for money.
vs. Edith Monroe et al.; W. McCamant
Christina A. McMillan vs. Er
for plaintiff: Thos. H. Tongue and W. T A. & P. tT. vs. C. L. la r g e ; Milton
W Smith and T . L. Langley for plain nest C.randgeorge; S. B. Huston fo.
N. Barrett for defendant. Equity.
1311— In the matter o f the estate of tiff: Thos. H. Tongue for defendant. nlaintiff: Oglesby Young and John M.
Boos ft Heitzhausen, insolvent; Bar For possession of real property.
Walt for defendant. Injunction.
rett ft Adams, attorneys. Insolvency.
1977— Benjamin Anderson vs. John
1829— V a rv A. Buffington. Jr., et al.
1338— August Shafer vs. Samuel vs. W. K. Buffineton et al.; Stott ft I . Hunt and ----- Hunt, his wife. Geo.
Stein et al.: Paxton. Beach ft Simon Stout for plaintiff; S. B. Huston for r Bagley for plaintiff. Confirmation.
for plaintiff. To set aside a convey defendant. Suit for possession of real
1979— I oulsa Jones vs. Martin Allen
tones; Geo. R. Bagley for plaintiff
property and damages.
1398— h . B. Adams vs. John Carl
1861— The County of Washington vs Divorce.
son: Donatigli ft Adams for plaintiff. Henry P. Ford; Harrison Allen for
1981— a . E. Maxson vs. J. N. Hoff
plaintiff; Tongue ft Bagley for defend man and Nettle Hoffman: John M.
1432— Robert H. Heimhack vs Ger , ant. Action for money,
•Vail for plaintiff: M. B. Bump for
trude I . Heimback; R. G. W right for j
1868— Michael Rahn vs. Henry Dick: lefendant. Suit for real property.
I Geo. R. Bagley for plaintifT; Thos. H
A. B. Campbell vs. Martha
1440— In the matter of the estate of Tongue for defendant. Suit to estab
'"’ampbell; M. B Bump for plaintiff:
W illiam Porter, insolvent; Bagley ft lish a boundary line.
W. N. Barrett for defendant. Divorce.
Brown, attorneys. Insolvency.
Shute vs. E. L.
Chilstina Rosenthal vs Mary
1491— American Mortgage Co. of
Thomas and Samuel Thomas; Geo R A. Jackson and George S. H Jackson,
Scotland vs. J. W. Hobson et al.;
Bagley for plaintifT; Tongue and I. H. Middiet) n for plaintiff
George, Gregory ft Dunlway for plain- j
| Tongue for defendant. For possession firmatlon.
tiff: S. B. Huston for defendant. Con
I of real property and for damages,
D. W. Fisk vs. J. C. Hare:
1885— Araminta E. Humphreys, ex Qeo. R. Bagley and S. B. Huston for
1625— A. B M o«« ft Co. vs D. A
C arteret al.; S B. Huston for plaintiff eentrix. vs. D. M. C. Gault; 8. B. Hus plaintiff: E B. Tongue for defendant.
ton for plaintifT: TengU“ A Tongue for Action for money.
Action for money.
1991— Lizzie J. Giahwiller vs. Father
1635— Charles Mitchell vs. R. B defendant. Action for money
19"3— Christian Heilman vs. Angnst L. P. Desinarla« et al.; H. T. P.agley
Goodin; John M. W all for plaintiff:
lr$ the G arden of th e H a r t h - - I he W i l l a m e t t e V a lle y
Thos. H. Tongue for defendant. Action Borchers et al.: Graham ft fle e te r for plaintiff. Suit for deed.