Draper residing at the corner of C and 20th streets, died of senile decay at his daughters residence Tuesday. I hereby certify that the above is a true return of the Death, and of the other facts there recorded. Gordon was shot through the head and instantly killed. He leaves an aged companion and an aged sister and a host of friends who will remember his many acts of hospitality as an old pioneer. The funeral services will take place in Dufur tomorrow, and the remains then taken to Portland for interment Saturday in Lone Fir cemetery. He resided in Wasco county off and on since that time, but for the last eight years lived continuously with his daughter. Dufur was chosen a member of the Oregon legislature in 1862: served two terms as president of the State Fair Association, and in 1876 was commissioner for Oregon to the Centennial exposition.) , aged 18 years. Since 1893 he has resided in the Dalles, making his home with his daughter, Mrs. They had thrown a riata around his neck, fastened the end to the pommel of a saddle, mounted their horses and galloped down the road to the Crooked river bridge, a distance of about a quarter of a mile, where they hung their victim from a stringer of the bridge. Co., running out of The Dalles as a brakeman on a freight train. It has since transpired that some of the parties guarding Langdon, said the day before he was killed, that Langdon would not live lone after he was caught. Friends, a half mile lower down the creek than his own residence. procured a horse and proceeded to the stream, as the tracks could be plainly discerned in the light covering of snow. Would it not be a kindly act for the people of this city, and the Lodge of which he was an honored member, to remove his remains from the sage brush plains of Wasco to the cemetery adjoining our city? James Jackson, of Wasco county, had been to a neighbors for grain on the 7th inst. Farleys, when he was assisted to cross a ditch, and as he had a gentle team, said he could to home all right. August Thieme, both of Deshler, Neb.; five grandchildren and there great-grandchildren. They broke one of the oars, and finding that the boat was going over the rapids they attempted to swim ashore.
The body will be shipped from Noices undertaking parlors to The Dalles, Oregon, where it will be interred beside the deceaseds wife, who died in 1890. Goodwin was one of the earliest settlers on the Pacific coast having lived in Oregon and on Bellingham Bay for the last forty years. Residence: Whatcom, W-- Occupation: Farmer Fathers Name: Fathers Birthplace: Mothers Maiden Name: York Mothers Birthplace: State of Washington, County of Whatcom, ss. An old quarrel was renewed and several shots were fired on each side. 22, 1812 and moved to Clay County, Mo.; in early life. They had born to them one son, who died at the age of 17 years. He had been failing for several years, and his death was not entirely unexpected. In 1859 he started across the plains, and reached Portland in the fall, settling on Columbia Slough. In 1872 he moved to Wasco county, and with his sons founded the present town of Dufur. He had been in his usual health until stricken, and died almost instantly. It seems that Harrison was stopping at the Culver House, when Langdon was brought into town, and must have aroused when the shooting was going on, as the mob was seen to drag him from the house with a rope around his neck. Van Houten we learn that the remains were kindly taken in charge by Mr. Van Houten, who lives near the scene of the drowning, and decently deposited in the grave. Funeral services were yesterday, (Wednesday) at St. Honorary pallbearers included Roger Roth, Mollala Chief of Police; Daniel Portwood, TDPD Corporal; Jack Robertson, Wasco County Sheriff's Department Chief of Police; Arthur Labrousse, TDPD Commander, Dale Breshears, OSP Trooper, members of City of The Dalles Police Department, and Frank Bohn and George Telfer of City of The Dalles Fire Department. As there was not much wind the sails would not work, and they had to depend entirely on the oars.
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10, 1902 Age Last Birthday: 85 Sex: Male Color: White Married, Single, Widow or Widower: Widower Place of Death: Whatcom Disease or Cause of Death: Uremia Birthplace: Peoria, Ill. Vandervert, lying by the side of the road Current creek canyon. Tarlton was an Englishman by birth and was about 40 years of age. Walker and Thomas Gordon, living in Wasco County, who had been long been on bad terms, met on Monday. Funeral services will be held from the chapel of Holmans & Pace this afternoon at 2 oclock. The doctor was sent for but was unable to do anything to save him. Obit: Died at his home in Wamie, Waso County, Or., Aug. The subject of this notice was born in White County, Tenn., Sept. He moved to Clackamas county, Or., in 1852, lived there twelve years, thence to Linn county, thence to this county, where he ended his pilgrimage. Dufur, for many years a prominent resident of Oregon, died at the residence of his daughter, in Dufur, 15 miles south of The Dalles, yesterday afternoon. He lived in that state till 1855, when he emigrated to Wisconsin, where he remained four years, being elected member of the Wisconsin legislature in 1857. Lewis, a pioneer of Lake county, died at The Dalles, this state, on the 28th ult. Lewis was a well-known character in this county, and will be remembered as the driver of the Lakeview-Paisley stage about fifteen years ago. For these few words uttered, it is said, while partially drunk, he lost his life. Survivors include his wife, Florence, The Dalles; two sons, Norman Brock, Germany, Melvin Still, The Dalles; five daughters, Debbie Watson, The Dalles, Shannon Carsten, Portland, Jaycee Vielo, Denver, Colo., Liz Roberts, Florence, and Kay Still, The Dalles; two sisters, Alice Rockhill, The Dalles, and June Harp, Seattle, Wash.; seven grandchildren and several aunts, uncles and cousins. City of The Dalles Police Chief Paul Nagy also spoke during the ceremony. Shaw, Florence Chief of Police; William Bell, Oregon Board of Police Standards and Training Section Chief; Darrell Hill, TDPD Inspector; Jack Linderman, TDPD Commander; Scott Woods, TDPD Commander, and Laverne Veito, TDPD Corporal. Kanig died about midnight following he is represent to have been a bad and dangerous man. Boat Lost Man Drowned The Mountaineer give the particulars of the loss of a sloop Friday of last week, between Des Chutes and Umatilla, which resulted in the drowning of a man named Jacob Kimball. Madison had taken on about five tons of freight for Umatilla, and then he and Kimball started to run down to Celilo to take on board provisions.
About fifteen years ago she received a stroke of paralysis which rendered her helpless, but she has had the most affectionate care of both her husband and daughter, Mrs. Funeral Notice Died in The Dalles, May 27, 1880 Mrs. The cause of his death is unknown but he is supposed to have been thrown unknown but he is supposed to have been thrown from his buckboard while going down a steep hill and killed. Tarlton had been at Antelope and had started for home on Muddy, which was the last seen of him until his body was found about 4 o'clock PM by Mr. Mortimore of the Gladstone Christian Church will officiate, and Woodmen will have charge of services at the graveside at Mountain View Cemetery. The fire was quickly extinguished but the child was too badly burned to live and expired almost immediately. He had been ailing since early spring and was confined to his bed two weeks. He was taken sick before he got home, and told the others that he had eaten the roots to make him sick so that he would not have to work. Harrison had worked for Langdon, and at the coroner's, it is alleged he said it is a good thing Crooks and Jorry had been killed. He has been a Wasco County deputy sheriff, and was holder of an executive certificate from the Oregon State Board of Police Standards and Training, the highest certificate attainable. Examination being had he was discharged on ground of self-defense.