Source: Oregonian - Portland OR - Vol.
VII Issue: 17414 Page 15
Dated: Thursday, Sept. 14, 1916
THOMAS TURNER PASSES
OREGON PIONEER OF 1865 DIES AT HOME AT STAFFORD.
Clackamas County Resident Was Well-Known Famer - Funeral Will Be
Held at 11 A. M. Today.
OREGON CITY, Or., Sept. 13 - (Special) Thomas
Turner, one of the most prominent Clackamas County residents
and Oregon pioneers, died at the family home at Stafford early
Tuesday morning, after an illness of several months. The
funeral services will be conducted at the family home at
Stafford tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock, and the interment will
be in the family lot in the Stafford Cemetery.
Mr. Turner was born in Berch County, Ohio, July
1, 1840, and crossed the plains by ox team with his wife and
three children, leaving Ohio in April, 1865. He arrived in
Oregon in October and settled on the land, which has been his
home at Stafford since. He was a member of the Grange, and
no man was more highly esteemed in that section of the county
than Mr. Turner.
Mr. Turner is survived by the following
children: Mrs. Fred Elligsen, Mrs. Edward Seely, Mrs.
John Seedling, Smith Turner, John Turner, Charles Turner, Mrs.
Susie Gross, of Oregon City. Three children have died.
He leaves 18 grandchildren and eight
Source: Oregonian - Portland, OR - Page 3
Dated: Thursday, Oct. 14, 1897
WILL FILED FOR PROBATE.
OREGON CITY, Or., Oct. 13. - The will of G. W. Sampson,
who died October 5, at his home three miles east of Clackamas
station, was filed for probate here today. It was executed
Jan. 24, 1835, and bequeathed to the widow the easterly 15 acres
of the farm, including all the buildings, and to Mrs. Cora
Beattie the westerly 10 acres of the farm. M. E.
Beattie, husband of the beneficiary, is named as executor of
the will without bond. The estate is estimated to be worth
$2100, only $100 of which is personal property.
Proceedings of the Marion County Circuit Court.
SALEM, Or., Oct. 13, - In the circuit court today, the grand
jury returned two true bills against Frank Biley for
burglary, one true bill against H. N. Bullis for carrying
a concealed weapon, and another for pointing a gun at a human
being. A not true bill was found as a George Roff,
charged with larceny.
Default and judgment, with order to sell attached
property, was entered in the cases of E. C. Cross vs.
E. M. Rowley; R. L. Sabin vs. E. M. Rowley and
Gilbert & Patterson vs. E. M. Rowley.
Default and judgment was entered in
the case of William Ladd e al, vs. C. Carlson et
The demurrer to the amended answer was sustained in the
case of Manning et al. vs. Copps.
Plaintiff's motion to strike out a part of the amended
answer and demurrer to the amended answer was sustained in the
case of J. B. Nye vs. A. J. Wagner.
The case of W. D. Claggett vs. J. A. Simpson
The case of Anna Gherman vs. George Anderson,
action for damages, was submitted to the jury.
Argued in the
SALEM, Oct. 18. - The case of George H. Landis,
sheriff of Lincoln county, appellant, vs. J. O. Stearns,
county judge, and C. H. Williams and F. A. Goodwin,
commissioners, and respondents, was argued and submitted in the
supreme court today. The case is brought up on appeal from
the judgment of the lower court on a mandamus proceeding to
compel respondents to audit appellant's claim for fees for
services while acting s sheriff of Lincoln county. The
question presented is, Must the sheriff collect fees from the
parties who place processes in the hands to be served as such
fees were collected by the sheriffs of others counties prior to
the act of 1893, or is the county of Lincoln liable to its
sheriff for a salary in the same amount and manner as Benton
county is liable to its sheriff under the act of 1883?
In the case of Rudolph Koerner, respondent, vs.
the Williamette Iron Works, appellant, it was ordered on
stipulation that the abstract of record be dispensed with, and
the cause tried on transcript.
Eighteen thousand dollars in gold bullion was the
output of the Bonanza mine in Baker county last month. It
was booked in Baker City Monday.
James P. Maddox, who was killed in the Virtue
mine, at the 600-foot level, by an explosion of giant powder,
was buried Sunday afternoon, in North Baker City.
The dried prune output of Riddle and vicinity is
reported in pounds about as follows: G. W. Riddle,
125,000; A. Riddle & Son, 100,000; T. S. Riddle,
90,000; Shepherd & Catching Bros., 75,000; M. Dean,
There is going to be fun in one section of Crook county
soon. The horsemen of Willow creek will meat at the Willow
Creek basin. Oct. 18, to ride and brund colts.
Mr. Harson and wife, and Mrs. Cooper
returned to Enterprise last week from an 1800-mile tour through
Oregon, and California. They start last June, and made the
entire trip by team.
Tony Heffron, who worked during the harvest
season on the Umatilla? reservation and received in payment a
check for $76, was robbed of $70 of the amount Monday, somewhere
between Pendleton and Thorn Hollow.
The Princeville Review, in its last issue, published a
list of 103 taxpayers of Crook county who pay taxes on property
valued at $3000 or more. The property of Charles
Altschul, the heaviest taxpayer, is assessed at $191,600.
A resident of Juniper Flats, Wasco county, who is
visiting in Pendleton, says that the stockmen of his county are
all finding ready sale for their cattle, horses, sheep and hogs
at much better prices than they have obtained for years, with
the exception of horses. HE says that horses do not seem
to bring much higher prices yet. Buyers of cattle, sheep
and hogs have picked up about all the loose stock in Wasco
county, he reports.
CRUSHED TO DEATH.
Fatal Accident to a Teamster in Baker County.
There was a shocking accident near the
Gold Ridge mine, in Baker county, Monday. Theodore Hooker
was killed by falling underneath a loaded wagon, and being
horribly mangled. Monday morning Hooker was hauling a
heavy load of wood. When he reached a steep mountain
grade, the brake broke, and as the team and wagon plunged
downward, Mr. Hooker endeavored to run the outfit against
the bank of the grade, but was thrown off and caught between the
wagon and earth wall, and rolled or dragged about 30 feet.
When he was discovered he was dead, his shoulder and left breast
being being shockingly crushed.
The deceased was 35 years old, and was the son of
well-known pioneer parents. He left a widow and two young
ONE KILLED, TWO INJURED.
Fatal Accident Caused by Fast Driving in the Dalles.
THE DALLES, Or., Oct. 13 - Mrs. Gussie Suesems was
instantly killed last night while coming from the fair grounds
in a buggy. On turning a sharp corner on Tenth street, the
vehicle upset, and the woman was thrown violently against a
picket fence, and her neck was broken. Two other
women were seriously hurt. Daisy Wellingtons back
was injured, and she will hardly recover. The accident was
caused by fast driving.
Source: Seattle Daily Times (Seattle, WA)
Dated: Saturday, Feb. 27, 1871
BARNOWE, Theodore J.
Professor at the University of North College of Business
Administration, 9305 45th N. E. Beloved husband of Bonnie,
Seattle. Father of Mrs. Barbara Lutz,
Kirkland; Kathy, Christine, Rebecca and
Marilyn Barnowe, all Seattle and John Thad
Barnowe, Michigan. Two grandchildren. Son of
Mrs. Anthony Bernoski, Sioux City, Ia.
Brother of Mrs. Art Troy, Helen
Kriss, and Mrs. Harold Linofelter,
Edward and James Bernoski, all of Seattle; Mrs.
John Killian, Aberdeen; Miss Louise Bernoski and Walter
Bernoski, Sioux City, Ia, and Mrs. Genevieve
Krogstadt, Yakime. Member of 13th Naval District
Naval Reserve, American Psychological Assn. Memorial
services Sunday, 3 p.m. Wedgewood Presbyterian Church.
HOME UNDERTAKING CO.
BROCKERMAN, Violet A., age 65, of 23401
104th S. E., Kent. Beloved wife of A. L. Brockerman.
Mother of Mrs. Sharon (Donald Isaacson, Wayne E. and Donald
W. Brockerman. Sister of Mrs. Ida Beeman and Mrs.
Mable Clements. Eight grandchildren, one great
grandchild. Rosary Sunday, 3 p.m., Requiem Mass Monday,
9:30 a.m., both at St. Philomena Church, 1790 South 222nd
street. Des Moines. Interment, Riverton Crest,
direction Columbia Funeral Home.
CLARK, Esther L. (Jack) of University of
Washington Canoe House. Services Monday, 1 p.m., Chapel of
Beck's Funeral Home, Edmonds Interment, Restlawn Cemetery.
Remembrances may be made to Medic I., Seattle.
CONLEY, Atlas D. Beloved
husband of Eda. Father of Mrs. Hazel
Conklin, John Conley both of Seattle. Two grandsons
and four great-grandchildren. Brother of Mrs. Effie
Fowler, Norco, Calif. Private family services were
held, in lieu of flowers, the family suggests remembrances to
the Children's Orthopedic Hospital. BLIETZ FUNERAL HOME.
DEANE, Frank W. 5531 21st South.
Announcement later. STOKES MORTUARY, RENTON
DENNING, Donald Paul, 3317 35th
Ave., S. Husband of Vivian. Son of Mrs.
Paul Denning, Seattle. Step father of J. B. and
V. M. Prince, Seattle; Mrs. Ernest E. Anderson,
Montesano; Mrs. Darrell L. Langston, Spokane.
Brother of M. D. Dennings, Georgia; Mrs. Lorna Henkel,
and Mrs. William Henaby both Seattle. Member of
Aero Mechanics No. 751. Service Monday, 11 a.m., Chapel of
Cummings Funeral Home. Family suggest contributions to
DREW, Adele D., age 78, 5035 Ivanhoe
Place N. E. Beloved mother of James W. Drew,
Seattle. Sister of Herbert, Elmoreand George
Droeger, all Milwaukee, Wis.; Erna Fabian, Rock
Island, Ill. Four grandchildren. Member of Green
Lake Seventh day Adventist Church. Services Monday, 10:30
a.m. , at Wiggen and Sons Chapel. Interment, Crown Hill.
DUNCAN, James G., 300PellyNorth, Renton.
Husband of Eleanor. Father of Jim, both
Renton. Brother of Kenneth, Seattle, Mrs. Louise
Brown, Mrs. Ila Hansen, Oregon. Two grandchildren.
Member Electrical Union. Services Monday, 2 p.m.
STOKES MORTUARY, Renton. Interment, Mt. Olivet.
Friends may remember Cancer Society or Medic 1.
FUNK, Frank A., 1461 S. 112th Ave. N. E.,
Kirkland, Feb. 25. Husband of Irene M. Father
of Charles Henry Funk, Kansas City, Kas. Visitation
at BOTHELL FUNERAL HOME, until 9 p.m. Sunday. Interment,
Trinity Mennonite Cemetery, Hillsboro, Kas. Remembrances,
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