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Ten Killed in Train Collision.
F or S ale .— 9 dairy cows, 1 red
Durham bull, 4-year-old, one De - 1
Pittsburg, March 4,—Ten men Lavel seperator, good as new; 450
were killed and a score of persons pounds capacity. J. H. Radabaugh,
TUESDAY, MAU. 7, 1905.
injured tonight in a rear end c o l-, Arago, Oregon.
lision of special trains bound from
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Cleveland to Washington, on the : ( l i n i n p l n n I l i i l i i i . n l i®r Kfceuui-
The Latest W ar News.
Pittsburg, Fort Wayne k Chicago
carrying the Ohio delega-
Chas. Drake, a mail carrier at
Once more the Japanese under
Conn., says Chamber
Kuroki and Oyama have the R um - j
im iis Pain Balm is the champion
sians under Kuropatkin on the run. first train of seven cars carried a ; of
all liniments. The past year I
A furious bombardment on the part batalhon of the Ohio national was troubled a great deal with
rheumatism in my shoulders. Af
of Japanese has torn the very hills | guard.
The engineers stopped at Clifton, ter trying several cures the store
to pieces, while the Russian soldiers,
keeper here recommended this
discouraged by previous reverses eight miles west of Pittsburg, to re
remedy and it completely cured
and possibly with some of the senti pair the hot box. The second train me.” There is no use of anyone
ment o f the revolution playing in having the same number of cars, suffering from that painful ailment
their brains, are said to yield easily, was carrying the Tippicanoe Club, when this liniment can be obtained
in some instances hardly trying to the Cleveland band aud twenty-five for a small sum. One application
The special trains were gives prompt relief and its continu
make what might be considered a women.
together and the rear ed use for a short time will product
The old Chi
a permanent cure. For sale by
forward train did
nese capital of Mukden is to be
R. 8. Knowlton
abandoned and a retreat made to not have time to run back.
Harbin, if Japanese shot and ftfcll engineer o f the rear train said the
and bayonets do not an nihilate their block signal lights showed green,
IN T H E C IR C U IT C O U R T OF T H E
opponents in their Lacks.
S T A T E OF O R E G O N , FOR COOS
It will be noted that Haibin is of 45 miles an hour. The locomo.
the last town in Manchuria after tive plowed through the rear Pull
Mukden in the Russian possession man of the forward train and half Joseph H . Sm ith,
With the capture of Harbin, every way into the tourist sleeping car,
pot of Manchuria will be in the
W m . J. M arsh, Trustee
hands of tbo Japanese, and the ob fire and all of the forward train and
ject for which the war begun se three cars of the rear truin burned. To W m . J. M arsh, Trustee, the above
Binger Hermann Indicted.
Paciiic Northwest Pine
The lumber from Puget Sound
special federal grand jury has re- aud the Columbia river continues to
turned an indictment against Rep- come in freely and is taken up rap
resentative Binger Hermann, c f j idly by southern ports and San
Oregon, charging him with unlaw- Francisco. The prices ureas well
Finest umi best work of alFkinds.
We give special attention to
fully and fraudulently destroying, j maintained as is possible, but there Baby Pictures, I,urge Groups, Bust Portraits and all kinds of stamps.
on January 30, of last year, while is a feeling that California is made
Agent for Defender photo supplies.
A stock of materials for ama
he was general commissioner of the I the dumping-ground for the North- teurs’ use always on hand. Plates, Filins, paper and general supplies.
U. S. land office, 25 letter press western mills and the lumber that
Cameras for sale and rent. Courteous treatment and satisfaction
oopy books with their entire con - 1 can not be used at home or sent guaranteed.
Secretary Hitchcock was east must be shipped here and die-
New gallery opposite Dr. Lcep’s drug store.
one of the principal witnesses posed of rather than be kept over,
against Hermann for the govern-, The season bids fair to be a lively M y r tle Point,
one in W’ashiugton and Oregon.—
~ ’ —
P. C. Wood aud Irou.
Stock Hoys for Sale.
IN T H E C IR C U IT CO U R T O F T H E
S T A T E OF O R EG O N , FOR T H E
O C U N T Y O F COOS.
A . H . . Snyder,
. . . ----- . 1 j
Suit in equity to quiet
SU M M O N S.
E. A . Snyder
To E. A . Snyder, the alx>ve-named de
In the name of the state of Oregon
you are hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint against you in the
above entitled court and cause on or be
Seven head nice thrifty O. I. C.
; shouts, that will weigh between 60
¡ and 80 pounds a piece.
C. A. P en d l e t o n , Coquille.
Mrs. Jane L. Stanford Dies.
and each or you are hereby notified that
passengers: It II Rosa, Capt L H yon are required to appear and answer the
Turner, C E Broadbent and wife; complaint filed against you in tne above
cargo, 75 tons.
Outgoing passen entitled snit within six weeks from the
date of the first publication of this sum
gers: A Stewart, Theo Fisk, H mons. to-wit: within six weeks from the
Hidohon. Cargo, 250 M lumber, 31st day of January, 1905. the same being
the date of the first pnhlioation of this
25 tons exports.
And if yon fail to appear and answer on
F u r a n I m p a i r n l A p p e tite .
or before the 14th day of Maroh, 1905, ihe
Loss of appitite always results samo being the last day of the time pre
from faulty digestion. AH that is scribed in the order of pnhlioation, the
needed is a few doses of Chamber plaintiffs will tnxe judgment against you
and will apply to the court for the relief de
lain’s Stomach and Liver Tablets. manded in their complaint, a succinct
They will invigorate the stomach, statement of which is as follows: That the
strengthen the digestion and give real property described in said oomplaint,
you an appetite like a wolf. These to-wit: Beginning at the O. 8 . qnarter
Tablets also act as a gentle laxa quarter section corner in center of south
tive. For sale by R. S. Knowlton. west quarter of section thirty, township
twenty-eight south of range fourteen west
Washington, March l.--T h e Sen of the Willamette meridian in Coos Conn
ate this afternoon passed the River ty, Oregon, and running thence north
seven chain- and twenty-three links to a
and Harbor bill, adding four and spruce limb marked C. 8., thence west
a half millions to the thirty millions eight chains and thirty links, thence south
seveu ohains and twenty-three links to the
in the bill passed by the House.
quarter qnarter section line, thence east
eight chains and thirty links to the place
Sewing Machine Repairing
of beginning, containing six acres of land,
being in the southeast part of lot five in
David Fulton, of this city, is an expert
said section thirty. Also lots seven and
cleaher and repairer, and anyone in
eight in block five and lots five, seven and
need ot li in services will do well to call
eight in block seven in Elliott's addition
at Ins residence or drop him a card.
to the town of Coqnille City, and all situ
I f it is a billious attack take ated in the county of Coos and state of
Oregon, he partitioned among the plaint
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver iff, Stella Fox, and the defendants, accord
Tablets and a quick cure is certain, ing to their respective rights and interests;
For sale bv R- S. Knowlton.
or if such division cannot befmade without
great [_ prejudice
to the owners thereof, ___
M lrik «'« I f M d e n K ork*«
■ said premises he sold by snd under the
W h e n y o u r §hi[> o f h e a lth s tr ik e s I order of thisoonrt and the proreed* ofaaid
Honolulu, March 1.— Mrs. Jane
Lathrop Stanford, moat generous of
women, lies dead—done to death
The doctors and polico authori
ties are hard at work on the case
the doctors to determine just how
the poison was taken, while the p o
lice are making every effort to ascer
tain whether it is a case of murder,
suicide or accident.
Mrs. Stanford has feared a poi
son. She said when she came from
San Francisco here that she fled
that city because of an attempt
made upoD her life by giving her
strychnine in her mineral water-
She seemed to think the attempt
would be repeated.
But she did not go into particu-
1 ars as to why any one should wish
to put her to death.
here who knew her best have no
theory to point a guilty finger
toward any person.
It is told that
ahe is not p henomenally rich, hav
ing given most of the vast estate
left her by Leland Stanford to the
great university that is to immor
talize the Stanford name.
It is th e h id d e n ro ck s o f C o n s u m p t io n ,
after paying the costs and expenaea
not thought she left over $4,000,000 P n e u m o n ia , e tc ., y o u are lo s t, i f you ' ,,f ,h,l> " ° 'h be divided among the parties
d o n ’ t g e t h e lp front Dr. K i n g ’s N e w !
, hi* " ail ««cording to their respectiye
or $5,000,000 at the most.
She was at peace with all her Discovery for Consumption. J. W. ‘".VT**’ "nd ,or "nch ° ‘ h,er Rnd ,nnhn
McKinnon, o f Talladega Springs,
,n"' " " d
rsl atives, so far as known. Her nn-
I had been \ ery ill
Seryiee of this sawmoas is made bv pub-
ture was gentle, and she made no with Pneumonia, under the rare of ligation in pursuance of ,an order made by
enemies. It hardlv seems in na. I two doctors, hut was getting IIO hot- U. Harlneker. as fonntv Jndge of Coos
tore thnt any one should bo s o ' ter when I began to take King’s New j Conntv, dated .ianoary 2R«h. INK, direct
Ihicovery. The first d o g e gave re- ! ing that service thereof be made by pnhli
fiendish as to poison to death
" l i e f , and one bottle cured me.’’ cation ther.of in the S im i W kxsi . v Hxan.n
benevolent and kindlv women 1 Sure cure for sore throat, b r o n c h it is »newspaper published at the city ofGo-
w b < » e w.-.x
ta lc coubb u and
a t i R.
in »«Id t o o . Cuonty. o„oe each
------- o f age
- a woman
i h i t’
u iu s . u
u im in w v u n
week for a period of six weeks.
o f life was, according to nil natural1 8. Knowlton'« drugstore, price 50c ,
STAN LEY ,1 Itl RNM.
lews, nearly told.
I and f i. 00. Trial liottlc free.
Attorney« for Plaintiff«.
MISS L. G. GOULD. SUPERINTENDENT.
A tfotxl home in th is
Enquire at this office.
c it y ,
private H o sp ita l w e ll e q u ip p e d fo r the treat
m ent o f s u r g ic a l a n d m e d ica l d ise a se s.
T ra in e d
N u r s e s in A tte n d a n ce .
Wm. Horsfall, M. D.,
For Information Address
M arshfield, O reg on
’P h on e 631.
Coquille Tonsorial Parlors,
CHAS. MOOMAW. Prop.
Opposite Hotel Coquille,
¿*ü0RB60IH‘flP f^EPT 01) S ^ L E .^
j-ÏHO- S iS Æ v C '-.
D E A L E R IN
Flooring, Rustic and all kinds of Finishings and Mouldings
Constantly on hand.
Boot & Shoe
I I HORSFALL HOSPITAL
fore Saturday, the 1st day of April,
The strongest, most durable, easiest
1905, which is six weeks after Friday,
to handle Stum p Puller, the S m ith’ s
the 17th dav of February, 1905, said last Grubber. For information write or see
date being the date of the first publica M . G . Pohl, agent, M yrtle Point, Ore.
tion of this summons, and if you fail to It simplifies purchasing.
so appear and answer, for want thereof,
Notice of Final Settlement.
the plaintiff will take a decree against
you that any claim or pretended claim
Notice is hereby given that the
you have to an undivided one-third in
undersigned has this day filed his
terest in and to the south half of the
the south-east final account iu the matter of the
quarter of the north-west quarter and estate of Mary A. Vowell, deceased,
the north-west quarter of the north and that the county court for Coos
east quarter oi section seven, in town county, Oregon, has set Monday
ship tw enty-nine, south of range twelve,
the 27th day of February, 1905. as
west of the W illam ette meridian, in
Coos county, state of Oregon, is null the day for henriug objections to
and void, and the plaintiff’s title thereto said final account and the settlement
will be deemed to bequieted against of said estate.
Dated this 2Gth day of Januarv,
the sa m e ; that the plaintiff will recover
W. W. G age ,
his costs and disbursements of this suit; 1905.
Administrator of the
and will l»e decreed to have such other
estate of Mary A.
and further relief as m ay be equitable.
T his summons is published by the
order of the H on. L . Harlocker, County
Judge of Coos county, state of Oregon,
m ade and entered on
the 11th day
of February, 1905, and which order
specifies thui the
published for six consecutive weeks,
sam e day in each of said
named defend ant:
cured. Of course, if Russia desires
In the nam e of the State oi Oregon.
to go the expense she might try to
You are hereby required to appear and
recover the ground that she has
Anticipated heavy travel conse answer the com plaint of Plaintiff filed
But it is impossible to think quent upon inaugration of colonist against you in said Court and Cause, on
for a moment that Russia, finding rates is being realized by the trans or before the 14th day of April, 1905,
herself worsted while fighting on continental railroads, and trains being the date prescribed by the Court
in the order for publication of sum mons
the defensive, with an admirable will begin to arrive with more than for you to appear and answer said corn-
s e r ie s of fortification to protect her
the usual number of cars attached, plaint, ard if you fail to appearand an-
troops, would have the temerity to Saturday. Advices received today sweJ said complaint on or before said
try a campaign in which the Japan, at the office of General Passenger date, for w ant thereof, the Plaintiff will
ese, already flushed with victory, Agent Craig, of the O. R. & N., state apply to the Court for the relief de
manded in his com plaint, which is that
would have all the advantage.
that extra cars were sta rted out of Plaintiff be decreed to he the owner in
The untenableness of the Russian Kansas City, Omaha and Chicago fee simple of the northeast l4 of section
position has been shown already. yesterday to accommodate the un 24, in township 28 south of range 9 west
There is no heart in the Russian usual number of through passen of the W illam ette Meridian, in Coos
soldier now for this war. The (Jzar gers. These cars from the Missouri connty, Oregon, and that defendant has
no estate, interest or claim , or any title
of his former worship is seen to be river pointB will be attached to the whatever to said described premises,
merely an idol, too, that has fallen. train due to reach Portland Satur and that Plaintiff’s title he declared good
The Japanese have been filling their day morning, and the car from Chi and valid thereto.
This sum mons is published once a
opponents’ ears full of the disastrous cago will be in either Saturday
week for at least six successive weeks in
events at home, tales of the revolu evening, or Sunday morning.
the Coquille H erald , a semi-weekly
tion, the reports that emanate from
Extra equipment, was attached to newspaper published at Coquille, Coos
8t. Petersburg, Moscow and War trains over the Northern Pacific, county, Oregon, by order of Hon. J. W . week“, in th e S e m i-W e e k ly H e r a l d ,
saw, The Czar is said to bb in ah
leaving St. Paul yesterday forenoon Ham ilton, Judge of the Second Judicial a sem i-w eekly newspaper printed and
District of Oregon, made on the 27th day published in the above-nam ed county at
ject terror of assassins, and be
and last night, and likewise trains of February, 1905. This first publica the city of Coquille.
certainly in no proper frame of mind of the Great Northern, and many
SPERRY & CH ASE,
tion of this sum mons is on the 3rd day
to direct the conduct the war.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
of the passengers are destined for of March, 1905, and the last will be on
It is claimed that the Japanese are Oregon points It is expectod the April 14, 1905.
Dated this 27th day of February. 1905.
striving to end the war in the great traffic will all be handled by regu-
C. H . S IM P S O N ,
J. A . B U C H A N A N ,
battle that is now going on. Their lar trains after the rush that follows
Attorney for Plaintiff.
only fear is that the Russians may institution of the low one-way rates
get away through flight.
But is over, but the early part of the
whether they got away or not, this week will bring trains loaded to the
is likely to be the last battle. Muk vestibules with settlers.—Portland IN TH E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OKEGON, IN AND FOR
All work done iu up to-date style
den, like Port Arthur, has been con Telegram.
TH E COUNTY OF COOS.
and guaranteed first class.
sidered impregnable, and with the
Stella Fox, and Claud Fox, 1
occupation of the city the futility of A S a l e I ' o i i k I i . M e i l i r l u c l o r C l i l l - her husband. vs. Plaintiffs. | |
• Iron ,
C oq u ille, O regon.
Julia Hayes and James | Suit in equity
further resistance on the part of
Hayes, her husband, Etta >• for partition
In buying a cough medicine for Cox
Russia roust be clearly seen by the
and Glen Cox her hns* I of real prop-
band, James M. Vowell and I erty.
FRA TER N A L O RDERS.
Czar, if he is in condition to see children never be afr lid to buy Amanda
Vowell, his wife, |
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy, Daisy Fisher
If he is not capable of
There is no danger from it and re- Fisher, her huRband, Grace
QOQUILLE LODGE, NO. 53, I. 0. 0. F
seeing this, it is prima facie evi ilef is always sure to follotv. It is Crocker and Erve Crocker,
her husband, Lilly Laws
Meets every Saturday night.
deuce that the troubles of his especially valuable for colds, croup and Frank Laws, her hus
G eo . II B a x t e r , N. G .
band, and Bird Vowell,heirs
house and people have driven him and whooping cough. For sale by at
J. S. L a w hen ce , Sec’ v.
law of Bird Vowell, de
insane. Whatever the outcome, so
QOQUILLE ENCAMPMENT, NO. 25, I. 0. 0
To Daisy Fisher, Edward Fisher. Grace
far as the Romanoff’s course is con
Meets the first and third Thursday
Crocker, Erve Crocker, Lilly Laws, Frank
cerned, the Japanese need fear no
Laws and Bird Vowell, defendants above- nights in each m onth.
J . J. S t a n l e y , C . P.
further effective resistance to their
Steamer Elizabeth arrived March named:
In the Name of the State of Oregon; You T. H a c k e r , Seribe.
2nd; sailed March 4th.
Deliveries made promptly by either water or rail.
W e have all Grades and Prices Accordingly.
[y|AMIE REBEKAH L006E, NO. 20.
Meets the second and fourth W ed n es
day nights in each m onth.
M r s . M a r v in L yon s , N . G .
M r s . M am ie S lagl I c , S e c’ y .
C O Q U IL L E , O R E G O N
QHADWICK LODGE, NO. 68. A. F. I t . N
Meets the Saturday night on or be
fore the (nil moon.
J . It. C ecil W M .
J . J . L amb , Sec’y .
0EULAH CHAPTER, NO. 6. 0. E. S.
Meets next Friday night.
M r s . K a t h r y n S la g l e , W .
M r s . M a m ie S i . agi . e , Sec'v.
I'YCURCUS LODGE, NO. 72, K. P.
Mee*s the second and fourth Tuesday
nights each month in Odd Fellows' hall,
A . F . L in e o a r , C . C .
V . R . W il s o n , K . R . S.
QOQUILLE LODGE. NO. 127, A. 0. U. W.
Meets the second and fourth W ednes
day nights of each m onth in W . O. W .
F reo S lagle , M . W .
O . F. R o h k e r , Ree.
MPERIAl LODGE. NO. II, D. OF H.
M eets the first and third Wednesday
nights each month in W oodm an hall.
M r s . R ir d ie S k k e lr , O . H .
M iss I rene L a m b , Rec.
Up-to-date Work Delivered
jyjYRIlE CAMP. NO. 197, W. 0. W
M eets the first and third Saturday
nights of each m onth.
R obt . BrRNS, C. C.
J* G - S im e o n s , ' lerk.
with Neatness and
QOQUILLE COUNCIL. NO 399. F A. A.
Meets the second and fourth T hurs-
day nights of each month in Odd Fel-
l>R. G eo , K chski . l , F ree.
M r s . C h a r . H ar rin g to n , Sec’y.
£VENINC TIDE CIRCLE. NO. 214. W. 0. W
Meet« the second and fourth Satur
day nights of each m onth.
M r s . I sh L in e o a r . G . N .
Mrs. M . M cDonald, Clerk.
JUSTUS 100GE. NO 35 RATHB0NE SISTERS
Meets Ihe first and th in ! Tuesday
nights each month in Odd Fellow s’ half.
M r .». A nnie L a w r e n c e , M . E.C.
M r s . I nez C h a s e , M. o f R . 8 ,
C. O. DRYDEN,
IN C O N N E C T IO N W I T H H E R A L D .