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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 29, 1904)
BâlOW ifl BROS.
G. H. Baldwin, Brick Laver
of the robbery. On his way to For- J • W ' B aldw in’ F e s te re r.
O. Baldwin, Carpenter
est Grove Monday tveniog gets off
train at Hillsboro and tells Editor
Austin C raig, Editor.
Gault that be has investigated and ia Lime, Sand and Cement
always on baud
convinced of K ’s innocence. He
R e p u b lic a n in P o litic s.
CHAMELEON CHANGES OF A CLER -tiy s Kennedy’s friend till Wednes
day when an ‘‘Oregonian” article
Published every Friday at The Indep
critic’s « his alleged betrayal of confi
endent Printery, Hillsboro, Oregon.
dence. He is twitted by some in
A man who puts himself before Forest Grove, turns, pitches into K.
the public ought not to complain it and from then on is bitterly opposed
Forest Grove: Abbott Building
he is discussed publicly, and when to biro. At the trial is subpoenaed
Forest Grove, Orci
Phone: Main 93
he has made high professions he by the state as a witness, supposedly
Hillsboro: Masonic Temple.
may be judged more critically than to contradict the landlady’s deposi
his fellows who have not so thrust tion, but is not put on tbe stand, the
Phene: Main 165
prosecution having had one of ins The leading place in the county for
reasous t seems not unfair that Hev- own witnesses impeached and per
Circulation guaranteed to exceed 2000.
ireud Cephas F. Clapp because he is a haps not caring to risk another. It.
-lergyman and the Home Missionary the courtroom Mr. Ciapp is very
Advertising Rates: Display, 60 cents Superintendent of the Congregational bitter in his free discussion of the
an inch, single column, for four in ;hnrch in Oregon should be the case and wheo a cl u-ch member |
Notions Toys and ■'porting Goods, Pianos, Gr
sertions; reading notices, a i« a y ■iobject of an article in a newspaper,
suggests his aw aiting the outcome, ol
starred (•). nr.e cent - word -a
cans and alì :m d ot' musical instrum ents for
. ..a 13 to see how much his course comports the trial hotly declared “ You can’t
on easy payments. Wheeler dc Wilson and
c e n ts/' ,<rrf
, 'c olc Inch wit lx rev, rt-iiej and if possible deter
muzzle m e.” L a ttr discusses the
. .. lodgj card ’, :
Domestic sewing mac tim-s sold on payments of
evidence to K ennedy’s disadvantage j
.-.-I Jtiie quariertv ' • . ...
gationalists in O. egon find in him the in the hearing ot the ju ry with one
$3 per month. Victor and Columbia talking ma-
best possible htad to advance their Lsndess, the witness who was im
chines; a hi
tock of records always on hand.
in our state. What as a peached, and when the foreman ol
- ' t . u a j , JANUARY !»
private citizen may be entirely with the jury suggests the impropriety
in his rights perhaps would not com of such prejudicing, the perjurer only
OL'K S M A L L CONTEMPORARY.
port with the dignity of Webfoot has the grace to apologize.
•eadership in the saving of souls after pair walks off arm in arm, Rev. Supt.
Forest Grove, Ore., Jan. 4, 1904.
Calvin’s w ay.
Clapp, president of Forest Grove’s
Hon. L. A. Rood, Judge Co. Court,
A Congregational clergyman was Good Citiz nship League and Lxn-
Dear sir:—I respectfully present to
your honorable court a request to 1» de last Fall in jail in this county ou a dess, the Eugeue barkeeper whose
signated as one of the papers to publish -erious charge. The Superintendent presence is by many attributed to
your official proceedings and other court vas called by some of the church Albany’s worst element whom Rev.
nembers, who were devising mean- Mr. Kennedy antago- ized when at
house news during the year 1904.
I will do the work for $4.00 per month to secure his release, and H ev. Mr. i he head of a reformatory movement
and «ill guarantee to give as full and Clapp visited R ev. Mr. Kennedy in
accurate reportaof your proceedings, etn nis cell, a f t'r he had heard on the
The ju ry , not matte u p of brother
as any other paper in the county. I w ill street the report that the ladies ol
also send to tho county judge and each lie | illaged household had positiv ly clergymen, brought in a verdict of
Lea< quarters for fim
tationerv, Cigars, Driu
acquittal. The freedom which Mr.
Commissioner a copy of the T'mes each
identifi ■ I the prisoner as the h n . - K ennedy did cot owe to Mr. Clapp
Liquors for Medicina
s o . Prescriptions
week so that they may tee that lam do
ing the work as per agreement, and if iar. “ As a friend and spiritual j enab|e<j him to accumulate evidence
filled with the best drugs only
at any time they find I have not compli •lviso , s t i l o i - missionary super | by personally retracing his course on
ed with this agreement then they shall
i the fateful evening and findi- g
make such deduction from my bill as •onfess your sins. Remember you ; mrlies wtiose testim ony could not
nave a soul to save, ‘Blessed is tin ■therwise have been gotten, for I t
they deem just.
I respectfully represent that the Times nun that sweareth to his own hur I ¡new not their names nor they lu-
is thaoily paper printed in Furest (drove nd changeth not ” M r. Kennedy I With what credit does Mr. Clapj
Forest Grove, Oregon
that this is an important part of the utlined his alibi as given at the
come out of this »flail?
county, and that a great many taxpavers preliminary hearing but asked that
It has been SHid that c< mpetem
will have no opportunity to know what :t be not mentioned till his attorney
j clergymen who did not how to th<
your proceedings are unless they are
i-ame and his advice had beeu taker. j superintendent have not found Ore
printed in the Times.
I would further respectfully represent Report had it that Mr Clapp at gon a congenial field. Mr Clapp ha-
said real estate; and d ecreeing th a t said lauds he
sold, a t p u b lic Hule, by a re le ite to oe a p p o in te d
that I am one of the largest taxpayers nice went to those interested in plunged passionately into local move
by the c o u rt, and th a t th e proceeds of sttid s», e
among the newspapermen of the county, the prosecution and the defendant’s iiieiit*, and his heated arguments In the Circuit Court of t h e State of he ap p lied as follow.«: 1. To th e paym ent of th e
costs and expenses of .»aid sale. 2. To the ex pen-
and believe that should have some con •orfiilence was street talk in an hour \ nave at times had to be retracted at
Oregon, in and for Washington ses of th is suit. 3. T he residue to be divided ms
1 follows: To A nna M argareta N ierm ann. o n e -h a lf
sideration in making this award.
The Hillsboro church people by tin j cooler moments. His pulpit cheer
thereof; to C h ristin a .Melzer a n d A delheit Luh-
m a u n , each one-sixth thereof; to H erm an pape,
Suptrintendent’sadvice, tofollow tn fulness has been criticised as buffoon
M. W alton, Plaintiff,
Louis Pape, Jo h n Pape, K a tie ---------- (form erly
ery and cheapening piety. Some
(Signed) Walter Hoge.
-ame report, declined to go the parts of his missionary field have D avid W ashington, M ary W hite and T hom as K atie Pape), and A nna Craw ford, each one-thir*
th thereof, an d th a t plaintiffs have such o th e r
Boggess, D efendants.
Then a Forest ¡frequently
profi-ed ( >r suflered) ty To David W ashington, Mary W hite and T hom as e ‘u 1 ta l/lc!C "rh l^ J u tn m m . 1 h f' e^v! d upon v o u ^ i
Editor Hoge, of the Forest Grove minister’s bail.
H. Boggess, the above nam ed D efendants:
pu b licatio n by ord er o f Hon. L.A . K<i>d,c< u m v
Times, desired his paper to lie made Grove physician, indignant at what | bis presence, while others have had
In th e nam e of th e State of O regon, 7011 are j Judge of W ashington C ounty, Oregon, w hich
to get along without the superin hereby
w as m ade a n d dated on Ja
J a n u a ry 27, 1904.
county official paper until h«« found
tendent’s encouragement because h<- titf's c o m p la in t herein on or before th e la -t day
S. B. HUSTON.
the commissioners’ court had to dee ing tit le confidence in Mr. Clapp, I was too busy. The Congregational of th e tim e prescribed in th e order for pu b lic a 87-42
for P laintiffs.
tion of th is sum m ons, to w it: on or before the
iguate the newspapers of largest cir who was a resident of his own town, Church in Oregon has not kept pace e x p ira tio n of six w eeks n e x t from a n d after the
of th e first p u b licatio n o f th is sum m ons, th e
culation and his subscription list secured Mr. Kennedy’s release with the growth of the country, and «late
first publication th e re o f being ou th e 29ih d a y of
’he denomination seems getting no J a n u a ry , 190-1, and if you fail so to apt»ear and
must be produced in court, then he
er, tbe p la in tiff w ill apply to th e court for
nearer to have its work here grow a th nsw
lie f d em an d ed in said c o m plaint, to wit:
dropped tne matter. His innocent course: Wednesday comes as * out of the missionary stage where a T h e a re
In th e C ounty C ourt of th e State o f O regon, for
t th e p la in tiff h ave a decree of said co u rt a d
C ounty. In th e m a tte r of the e sta te
d g in g th a t you, and each of you, h av e no es o W f ashington
oflfer of a free copy of the Times to friend, hears street rumor and be superintendent could be dispensed ju
Asa W illiam s, deceased: CITATION.
ta te , right, title or in terest in or to the East h a lf
C row ,M alltida Thom pson, I te n r e tt
each of the court as an extra induce
West h a lf »cS*
of th e ¿“H
so u th i* West
r o f Section 8. Thom pson, O. O. W illiam «. E ttle W illiam«. J I„
' 4 q W. u a rte
ment recalls the methods of securing Portland, talks with landlady, writes events IhisCephas called Clapp seems |
Will. M er., con- W illiam s, B ertha K ymal, G race W illiam s, Frunk
in tiff is , ......
the .Shepard, Oren Abel, Ahbie Abel. Bessie Mai an,
attorney that sh- to have been a block Ip the P«*r«>*s ow npr in fee sim ple, an d th In a t th th e e posse:
public business of one Eddy, a for t . defendant’s attorney
of s a id 4 --------M ahan, (husband of Be«sia M ahan;. Ro a
I of Congregationalism in Oregsn, and prem ises, and th a t th e p la in tiff have icssicn
and recover j P urdin and W. G. Pu d n, and to all oth r p e :-
mer fim *s editor, who ouc^ tried to
it might be wise for the Home Mis off a n d from d e fe n d an ts his costs an d disburse- j ^ous in terested iu »md e>tate, U ieetlug.
e a ts h erein, a n d for such o th e r and fu rth e r re-
In the nam e of th e rttat*- of Oregon, you are
get a delinquent tax list. The news positive he was in his room and sionary Society to roll the stone out m
lie f as to th e court m ay appear e q uitable. This hereby cited a n d required to appear in th e Coun-
sum m ons is served upon you by publication by tv C ourt o f the State*of Oregon, for ihe Count v of
paper plants of the county are assess remained there from 11 to 7 the mght of the road.
o rd e r o f Hon. L. A. Rood. « ounty Judge of Wash W ashington, a t the c o u rtro o m thereof, at Hi Un-
in g to n C ounty, Oregon, w hich o rd e r was m ade boro, in th e C >ur»ty of W ashington. State o f O re
ed as follows: Argus, $750, Times
an d dated ou J a n u a ry 27, 1904.
gon, on Monday t ie 7th day of M arch, 1904. a t 10
$750, Independent, $1,000 Mr. Hoge
o ’c'ock in the forenoon of th » t day. th e n an d
8.B. HUSTON a n d J. F. BOOTHE,
Carnation Day, January 29.
th e re to show cause, if any you have, w hy an
A ttorneys for th e P laintiff.
also used his new positiuo as mayor
o rd er of said Court should no t’ be m ade a u th o riz
in g and d ire c tin g th e a d m in istra trix of said e s
of Forest Grove to appoints printing
ta te to sell the real estate belonging to said esta te
described as follows, to wit: ’The South W est
committee which ¿should designate
q u a rte r of Section 21, Tow nship 3 North. Range
4 West, co n ta in in g 160 acres, ail in W ashington
his publication as the city official pa
< ountv, O regon,” as prayed for in the p pel
e titio n of
In the Clrcuit*Court of the State of the a d m in istra trix of said
estate, filed herein.
per. S cretly his application was
W itness the Hon L. A. Rood, Judge of tb e
Oregon for Washington County.
w id e and approved by the commit-1
C ounty Court of th e «State o f Oregon, for the
C h ristin a Melzer, Fred M elzer, h e r h u sb an d . A n C ounty o f W ashington, w ith th e seal o f snid
\ W i \ v
tee, and at the first opportunity pre- i
n a M argareta N ierrnan, and Carl M erm an, her C ourt affixed, th is 2/>th day o f Jan u a rv , A D. 1904.
GEO. A. MORGAN,
h u sb an d , H erm an Pape, an d Jo h n Pape, P la in
eeuted to be railroaded through the,
i ' hkal ]
A delheit L uhm an, A nna Crawford, an d D J.
neither mayor-publisher nor his com
Craw ford, h er h usband. Louis Pape, K a tie -----
N O T IC E FOR P U B L I C A T I O N .
(form erly K atie Pape), a n d ----------- , h e r h u s
mittee had taken the usual precau
band, D efendants.
To A delbelte L u h m an , A nna C raw ford, an«l D.
tion of investigating, and ran up
D eyartm «nt o f Die In terio r,
J. t 'raw ford, th ree of tb e above nam ed D efend
L and Office a t Oregon City, Oregon.
against a contract which does not ex
In th e n am e o f th e State of Oregon, you are
Ja n u a ry *¿4, 1U0L
pire till next June, so the News will
hereby req u ired to a p p e a r and answ er th e plain
Notice is hereby given th a t th e f Bowing
continue for a few months to publish
of th e tu n e prescribed in th e ord«*r for pu b lics nam ed se ttle r haa filed his in te n tio n to
tion o f tbi« sum m oui, to w it: on or before th e ex
the offl-ial news of the city as well as I
pi ration of hix w eeks n e x t from an d a lte r the m ake final proof in su p p o rt of his claim ,
i «late of th e first p u b lication of th is sum m ons, the and th a t8 a id proof will be m ade before th e
ot the county. However, the News
i first publication th e re o f being on the 29th day of
makes this offer: Let Mr. Hoge al
I J a n u a ry , 1901, and if y«tu fall so to a p p ea r and an- R egister and K eceiver, at Oregon C ity,
j sw er th e plaintiffs will ap p ly t«»the c ourt for the Oregon, on M arch 10, l'.O*. viz: f r a k O,
low the entire council to examine
I relief d e m a n d -d in tbe com plaint, to w it: fo ra d •
ree adju d g in g th a t pla in tiff* an d d e fe n d an ts are B arton H . K. No. 13702 for the N. W. ^
and verify his subscription list, the
j th e ow ners, as te n a n ts in «’om rnon. of th e follow of sec 12, T 8 N H 6 W.
g described real estate, to w it: th e South East
News will do the same, and if the re I
H e nam es th e follow ing witnesses to
q u a rte r o f th e N orth East q u a rte r o f Section 30,
w n s h ip 2 South R ange 1 West o f th e W iliam
prove his c o n tin u o u s residence upon and
* i't does not prove that the News
e tte M eridian, c o n ta in in g 40 acre*: also p art of
th e Ea«t h a lf of th e South East q u a rte r o f Section c u ltiv atio n of said land, vL :
has three tiroes as many bona fide
i 20 in T ow nship 2 booth, R ange 1 West of the Wil
R obert T. Sim pson, of B uxton. O regon,
subscribers as the Times, thi News
| lam ette M eridian, and particu larly described as
Fred o . W on den
| follows, to wit: c om m encing ten rods west of the
will make no further ¡charge for its
! q u a rte r post b etw een Section* 20 an d 21, in Town*
Rice M on f agi.«, o f T im b er, O eg>n.
I «hip 2 South, Range 1 West of th e W illam ette Me-
official publications till the end of the
Moses M iddatigh.
M ilan, in W ashington C ounty, Oregon, a n d run
oing th en ce West 70 rod-. th en ce South 160 red*,
ALG ERNON & DRKHHKR,
contract period. Here is a chaoee
lienee East 71 rods, th en ce N orth 160 rods to th e
place o f beginning, c o n ta in in g 69. •0 acre*. T hat
for the msyor to make a saving f t
! th e plaintiff, A nna M argaret* N ierm sn, is the
tin city, if he has the sut rcriber/.
Frtp fo Em ployers— Farmers, unti
tate. th a t th e plaintiff, C h ristin a Melzer. and th e
Of course, if the Times has not a
d efen d an t. A ileiheit L u n m an n , are each the tti*nf logger* and dairy men esn get
ow ners of an u n d iv id e d one-six th o f zaid r-n! < • gfKvl help on short nolle** from the
th irl of the subs-ritiers which the
fa te , th a t to** plaintiff*. H erm an I'ape a n d Jo u n
I’a.sf, e n d th e defends«»1*. A nna « raw ford I / ” * P io n m Employment IV»,
News has, he had better n o t m " - j
I Pat*» au«l K a tie ----- < form erly K atie Pap . .a r e * r I Z\7 j ..I rriêon Ht , Portland, Ore.
i each the ow ners of a n uudivi«l«ed one th.r'.i lh of
his list, had better drop the city of* t
W ill French, Publisher.
fieiul paper ambition as ho did that
of county official paper when be
found it took subscribers to get the
Forest drew*, Or.
School B ook s and S ch ool S u p p lies
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