Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917, May 03, 1905, Image 1

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Filtered ns second-class m atter July 8,
11HI4, at the postottice at C oqu ille, Ore­
gon. under act of C ollare»« o f M arch 3, ;
Circuit Court Proceedings
April 1905 Term.
for
(Continued from last week)
W alter Culin. M. D.
I'll Y 8 ICIAN AND SUKGEON
C oquille C it y , O kk .
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ronenberg B ldg.
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Stanley & Burns,
Attorueys-Rt- Law,
Real Entate, Collections.
Hpociaitie«—Criminal and U. 8. Land
Caaes. Notaries Publio.
C oq UILLB,
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O b EOON.
Geo. Russell, M. D.,
P h y s ic ia n a n d S o b o k o n ,
Office in RUSSELL PHARMACY.
Calls promptly answered day or night.
Phono, main 136.
Oregon.
I C oqu ille,
A. J. Sherwood,
A ttobnky - at - L a w ,
N otary P u b lic ,
C oqu ille,
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Oregon
Walter Sinclair,
A Tri>as*i-AT-L»w ,
N otabt P u b l ic ,
C oquille,
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Oregon.
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AH8TRACTRR OF TITLES.
C oquille C it y , O rk
$1.50 P eu Y i K
COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1905.
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2100.
Mary Flanagan vs Mary
Florence Mullen et al, suit in
equity. A J Sherwood, atty for
pltf. J \V Bennett and J S Coke
attys for defts. Decree pursuant
to stipulation.
2168.
Prosper Mill Co vs J D
Stewart, action at law.
A J
Sherwood, atty for pltf. J M Up­
ton, atty for deft.
In hands of
referee.
Showing for continua­
tion.
2183. E B Fish vs C B Hines, suit
to foreclose mechanic’s lien.
F
M Rurumell, atly ft ■ pltf.
J H
Geary, atty for deft. Continued.
2190. John A Reese vs Riverton
Lumber Co, action at law. A J
Sherwood, atty for pltf. Hal) A
Hall for deft. Settled.
2203. S H Brown, as exet, etc, vs
A H Mulkey, action at law. J C
Fullerton, atty for pltf.
C A
Sehlbrede, atty for deft.
De­
murrer to complaint filed.
Con­
tinued for term by consent of
parties.
2205. Isaiah Hacker vs Asa M
Simpson, action at law.
E B
Watson and A M Crawford, attys
for pltf. W U Douglas, atty for
deft. Demurrer to complaint filed.
Demurrer withdrawn.
Defend­
ant given until Friday to file an­
swer, and pltf given GO days
thereafter to reply or move
against answer.
2207. F M Friedherg vs North
Bend Woolen Mills Co, action at
law. Hall A Hall, attys for pltf.
Default.
Judgment for $424.
Order for sale of attached prop­
erty subject to any subsequent or­
der made by this court.
the clerk.
Congressman Killed in Riot.
2225. James H Guerry vs S E
Hempstead, Tex., April 24.— Rep-
Hines, action at law.
Guerry &
j
resentative
in Congress John M.
Hollister attys for pltf.
Judg­
ment by confession before the ; Pickney and two other men wore
killed atainassmeetinghere tonight,
clerh.
called for the purpose of petition-
222G. Hellen Suedden vs Altic A
! ing the Governor to send rangers
Gardner, suit for injunction.
J
here to enforce the local option law.
M Upton and H M Brownell attys
J. N. Brown, a loading lawyer and
for pltf. Motion to disolve in­
, a leading anti-prohibitior.ist began
junction.
Motion for leave to
the shooting, which became geueral
file amended complaint.
j in au instant.
2227, Ramos Holandson vs Sarah
The dead are, J. N. Brown, Rep­
A Tenbrook and A R Tenbrook, resentative John M. Pinckney, Tom
suit in equity. J \\ Bennett and Pinckuey, brother of the Congress­
Bennett Swanton attys for pltf. man, John E. Mills, a leading pro­
Default.
Decree of foreclosure. hibitionist.
Judgment for $500 with interest
"D oc” Tompkins, private secre­
at 10 per cent from March 17, tary to Representative Pinckney,
1903, and $17.90 paid for taxes
aud Roliii Brown, son of J. N.
and interest at 6 per cent from Brown, are badly wounded, hut
Jan 25, 1905, $50 attorney fee and
how seriously cannot be learned.
costs and disbursements.
There are many armed men on
2228. W H Smith vs E I Braddock, the streets touight, but it is not be­
action at law.
Sperry & Chase j lieved there will be any more trou­
attys for pltf.
W Sinclair atty ble. The Governor has been notified
for deft. Demurer to complaint. and will send Rangers here.
Demurrer sustained. Pltf given
Mills was a farmer, who had long
leave to file amended complaint been prominent in the affairs of the
by Monday at 1 p. ui.
Agreed county.
that he have till April 29.
When the trouble began, Tomp­
2230. A H Snyder vs E A Snyder, kins was making a speech to a mo­
suit in equity.
Sperry A Chase, tion.
Brown had the floor.
He
atty for pltf. Default entered by used language which was objected
clerk. Decree pursuant to com­ to, and at the same time grasped
plaint and judgment for costs and : Tompkins by the coat. Represent­
disbursements.
ative Pinckney sprang forward aud
2234. John Marsh vs Bandon Oil the shooting began, no one appear-
Co, a corporation, action at law. to know who fired the first shot,
Sperry A Chase attys for pltf. though it is said that a k in sm a n of
Demurrer to complaint,j Demur­ Brown fired and that Representative
rer overruled.
Permitted to file Pinckney was the first to fall. A
number of men appeared to be en­
amended complaint.
2238, George D Mandigo vs E A gaged in the shooting and some­
Beckett action at law, appeal thing like 100 shots were Sired.
from Recorder’s Court, J M Blake
atty for plft.
Appeal dismissed.
That the future of the Republic
Hall & Hall,
depends on the intelligent voter is
A ttobskïs - at -L aw ,
2210. Nina L Hughes vs H VV 2239, W F Waite vs Mary E Waite a proposition which no intelligent
Suit for Divorce, Stanley A Burns
Dealei in R eal E stati ! o f all kinds.
Dunham, action at law. Guerry
man will deny. Are you an intelli­
attys for plft. Default.
M arshfield, Oregon.
A Hollister, attys for pltf. A J
gent voter? The intelligent voter,
Sherwood atty for deft.
Motion 2240, Thos Wilson vs Angus Mc­ for instance, knows how his mem­
Donald et al suit in equity, Sper­ ber of Congress votes on the im-
to strike out part of complaint.
ry A Chase attys for plft.
De­ nortnnt questions which affect the
Ellsworth R Hall.
Motion g-nnted.
Amended com­
fault as to each defendant. Foie welfare of the people
plaint
filed.
Demurrer
to
amend­
How did
A tto rn e y -a t-L a w ,
closure of mortgage.
Judgment | your •ongressman vote last session?
ed complaint filed. Demurrer to
Ooquii.i.a,
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O regon .
for $914.25 and attorney fee of How many times was he absent
amened complaint sustained. Set­
$91.
C ollection s and In surance.
tled and dismissed.
when an important roll call oc­
2213. King Keystone Oil Co vs 2243. John Hnrtley vs H L Under­ curred? Did he vote for the mile­
wood & J E Underwood, action at age steal?
Did he support the
North Bend Woolen Mills Co, ac­
law Sperry A Chase, attys for plft President on those points in the
tion
at
law.
Dinkenspiel
and
Hall
E. I). Sperry.
W . C . Chase.
Stanley & Burns attys for Defts. j President’s message where the
A Hall attys for pltf.
Default.
Demurrer to complaint. Demur-! President, in your estimation de­
J udgment for $384.30, costs and
SPERRY & CHASE,
rer withdrawn and permission served support? The unintelligent,
disbursements, and order of sale
Attorneys-at-La w.
given to file answer by Monday j voter never knows how his Congress­
of attached property subject to
9 am . Auswer filed. Demurrer man votes, except on the proposi­
Office in Robinson Rnilding,
subsequent order of this court.
to auswer sustained.
Amended tion to build a new postoffice or
2214. Robert Marsden vs County
C oqu ille,
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Oregon.
answer to be filed by Tuesday at ' establish a new rural free delivery
Commissioners et al, suit for in­
3 o’clock.
route in his district. The unintelli­
junction.
Coke & Seabrook and
2244 John Marsh vs Wm H But-1 gent voter is—almost obsequiously
J M Upton attys for pltfs.
Geo
E. G. D. Holden,
ton action at law Sperry A Chase — grateful when his member of Con­
M Brown for defts.
Demurer
L awyer ,
W Sinclair attys for plft. Geo. P gress sends him a few worthless
sustained.
Oity lteoorder, U. 8. Commissioner, Gen
Topping for deft. Time for serv -1 garden seed« which tlie member of
2216. J H Guerry vs E A^Beckett,
oral Insaranoe Agent, and Notary
ices expires Saturday.
Special j Congress pays for with tho unintel­
action at law.
Guerry & Hollis­
Publio. Otfioe in Kobin-
appearance filed.
Motion to ligent voter’s money. The uninteli-
ter attys for pltf.
Confession of
son Building.
quash summons allowed.
ligent voter thinks that this shows
judgment before clerk.
C oqu ille, Oregon.
2245.—S D Magnos, vs J V , Pugh that his Congressman has not
2217. Stella Fox and Claud Fox,
suit in equity. A .1 Sherwood atty | forgotten him. The unintelligent
her husband, vs Julia Haves etal,
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for plft. Default as to J V Pugh. voter does not know that the Con­
suit in equity. Stanley & Burns
Decree of foreclosure.
Judg­ gressman never even knew to
A. F. Kirshman,
attys for pltfs.
Default, and ap­
ment for $2700, with interest at I whom the garden seeds go, be­
pointment of guardian ad litem.
D entist .
6 per cent since July 21, 1903, j cause he employs a clerk at $25 a
O C Sanfo'd appointed for Bird
Office at R esidency one block oast of
$31.33 on account of taxes paid week, paid with the voter’s money,
Vo well, minor.
to preserve lien, and attorny fees whose business it is to keep a list
Tuttle Hotel.
2218. B Swanson vs North Bend
of the voters in the Congressman’s
of $280.
C oqu ille
.
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O regon.
Woolen Mills Co, action at law
2247. Eugene O’Connell vs E O district aud send them garden seeds
J W Bennett atty for pltf.
De­
Hall A M E Hall, action at law. j aud Department of Agriculture
murrer to complaint filed.
De­
COQUILLE RIVER STEAMBOAT CO. murrer overruled. Judgment for j .1 W Bennett atty for plft. Coke Year Books, all of which the Con­
A Seabrook attys for defts. Cross gressman pays for with the voter’s
$650.70 and interest at 6 per cent
Str. D IS P A T C H
money. But then, as you are nn
bill in equity filed.
from March 7, 1904, aud on sec­
Torn White, Master,
intelligent voter, you know all these
Leave*
I Arrives
ond cause $471.30 and interest at I 2349• A-thnr II Noah vs Mamie
things.
Ban<I o n ....... 7 A-M. | Coquille------ 10 a - m .
7 per cent from Sept 25, 1904.
B Noah, suit for divorce. J L Up-
C oquill« ....... 1 p - m . | B andoa ------ 4 p - m .
Connects at Coqnille with train for Marshfield
Order for sale of attached prop- ' ton atty for plft. Decree of di-
Macleay’s Canyon, a wonderful
and steamer Ejho for Myrtle Point.
ertT
vorce granted.
scenic park leading up into the
Str. F A V O R IT E
2219.' Bertha Humphrey vs John 225°- J N 8hftniul vs Belt Line mountains from the Lewis and Clark
J. C. Moomaw. Master,
Railway C o ,
a corporation, Exposition grounds, promises to at­
Htimplirey, suit for divorce.
Leaves
| Arrives
action at law. C A Sehlbrede atty 1 tract thousands of people who will
Coqnille....... 7 a m . I Bandon.'. 10:45 a - x .
Stanley
&
Burns
attys
for
pltf.
Bandon......... I p - m . ! Coquille. 4:45 P-M.
for pflt.
Judgment before the visit Portland this summer. The
Default. Decree of divorce and
clerk.
Str. ECHO
park is still in its primeval state, ex­
custody o f minor children.
E. .lames. Master,
j 2251. J W Chase vs Thomas Chap­ cept for winding paths that lead
2220.
Bessie
M
Lawrence
vs
Rob­
Leaves
|
Arrives
man A E A Beckett, writ of re­ through the trees nnd tho steep
Myrtle P o in t.. .7 a - m . | oquille C’y 9 30 a - m .
ert Lawrence, suit for divorce.!
quills City. . 1 p - m . | Myrtle P T..4 00 p - m .
view.
J M Upton atty for plft. hills.
Guerry A Hollister attys for pltf.
Daily except Sunday.___________
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Motion to quash writ overruled. |
Defoult. Decree for divorce and
Exposure
Str. W E L C O M E
2252. J M Perkins vs Julia Ran-
maiden name restored.
W . R. Pan ter, Master.
To cold draughts of air, to keen
dlemen et al, suit for injunction
Leave*
I
Arrives
2221.
J H HiblmnJ vs Mary Ilib -; Stanley & Burns, atty* for plfts. aud cutting winds, sudden changes
Myrtle P-.int 1:30 p-M. j CVpiilleC’y 1:00 P M.
O quille City 7:00 A-M. 1 Myrtle P’t 10:00 a m
bard, suit for divorce. Guerry A
A J Sherwood atty for detts. of the temperature, scanty clothing,
Connects with lower-river boats at Coquille
Hollister attys for pltf.
Decree
City for Bandon and intermediate points.
Demurrer to answer.
Motion to undue exposure of the throat and
Ample barges for handling freight.________
for a divorce.
neck after public speaking and
dissolve preliminary injunction.
Sewing Machine Repairing
2222. Hans P Clausen vs Olive E j
singing, bring on coughs and cold.
(Continued
in
next
issue)
David F uiton, o f this city , is an expert
Clausen, suit for divorce.
A J
Ballard’s Horehound Syrup is
cleaher and repairer, and an yone in
Sherwood atty for pltf.
Decree 1 David F ulton, of this city , w ill take the best cure. Mrs. A. Barr, Hous
need o f his services will do well to call
orders for head stones, m onum ents and
at his residence or d rop h 'm a card.
for a divorce.
ton, Texas writes, Jan. 31, 1902?
all kinds of cem etery work for the Coos
For Sale.
2223. F B Waite vs Belt Line i C ounty M arble and G ranite W orks, of I "One bottle of Ballard’s Horehound
Railway Co et al, action at law. j M arshfield.
1-Syrup cured me of a \*?rv bad
A good home in this city, on *
Coshow A Rice attys for pltf.
H ire you seen the Lewis nnd I cough. It is very pleasant" to take
easy term s:
Enquire at this offic".
• Judgment by confession before I Clark souvenirs at Mrs. Nosier s? ' For sale by R S. Rnowlto®.
NOTE AN D CO M M ENT
The Chinese version of “Too
many cooks spoil the broth” is
"Seven nurses and
the child
crooked”.
If nowlton’s
The only thing not alleged of Jef­
ferson, on the recent anniversary of
his birth, was that he was an advo­
cate of the 10 to 1.
Drug Store i
Besides a complete stock §
I ol Drugs and Druggist’s Sun-1
| dries carries Kodaks and Sup-
| plies, Phyrography outfits and |j
Supplies.
fjS
John W. Gates is reported to be
seriously ill. Mr Gates is uot tho
first mau who lias gotten sick of
trying to corner the wheat crop.
X
Senator Mitchell dec ares I 10 will
not resign from the Senate, He
doubtless finds $5,000 a year handy
in his business before the courts.
L H. HAZAR0. Cashier
R. E. SHINE, Vice Pres
A. J. SHERWOOD, Pres.
The daily pross announces tho
death of the last survivor of the
fight between the Monitor and the
Merrimac. There are only a few of
them left.
F IR S T N A T IO N A L B A N K
OF COQUILiLiB, OREGON.
I^ th e statement of tho Beef
T r a n sa c ts a General Banking B u sin e ss
Trust it does not control the price
of beef is true, it merely means that
prices have gotten beyond every­
Board of Directora.
Correspondents.
R. C. Dement,
A. -T. Shenvnorl,
National Hank of Commerce, New York City
body’s control.
I,. Harlocker,
Isaiah Hacker,
The French scientist who declares
that the future mau will be legless
inspires the fear that the future
scientist will be brainless, oven be­
fore he looses his legs.
L. H. Hazard,
K. K. Shine.
C rock« Wmilwortli N’l Rank, San Francisco
First Xat’l Rank of Portland, Portland, Or.
Blue Andalusian
Secretary Taft says his Philip­
pine trip is not a Junket. Members
of Congress will pay $500 expense
bill on this trip. Tho Secretary
himself will pay nothing, however.
H en s, P riz e W in n e rs .
Eggs p e r S e llin g , $ 2 .5 0 .
Showman Bailey says that the day
when the street circus parade was
popular his passed.
Evidently
Mr. Bailey has gotten out of touch
with !he small boy of tho present
geuerstion.
W hite Faced Black Spanish
Eggs per Setting $2.50.
Secretary Taft will uot visit At­
lantic City this season. The coun­
cil of that „ <• l > has .¡a
'¿b vt
roller chairs Shall not be more thin
thirty-six inches wide and Secretary
dislikes walking.
The above n a m e d fo w ls a rc t h e , best la y e rs
fa
hnotun to the p o u ltry m a n ¡rad m y sto ch is v tfr fir ilfe
^
^ j . Ä . W im e r, Coquille, Ore<i* il ><
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The .Supreme Court has declared
that a State cannot place a limit on
the number of hours which a man
can work unlessit be in an unhenlth-
ful occupation, and then only aa
as a safeguard to the health of its
citizens.
i
C o q u il le
The fear that Postmaster Gener­
al Cortelyou has too little exper­
ience to bo Secretary ot tho Treas­
ury, seems to be unfounded. The
man who can manage a national
campaign and have a good sized
surplus left is no financial tyro.
Steam Laundry
PHONE
116
S. M. NO SLER .
Wimer Atkinson has put an end
to his field of usefulness among tho
ladias by declaring that women
can dress on $G5 a year. Mr. Atkin­
son will probably blame tho printer,
however, and says that he means
$65 a week.
RO P R IE T O R
Experienced Help
B est o f W o r k
Reasonable Rates
Special Kates to Fam ilie* anil Ilutéis
I
People who supposed that Sena­
our own soap ami know
ingredients. No injurious chem icals used.
tor Burton would resign from the W e make Our
baskets w ill 11 ■ left at all the p rin cipal points on tile river.
(iovris called fur and delivered iu O ouuille Oity.
Senate
after being
re-indicted
did not realize how convenient that
$5,000 a year salary is when one has
to pay the expenses of a protracted
legal defense.
;V i
K"I
The New Store,
Secretary Shaw has decided to
ask the courts just what sort of a
drink the favorite Japanese tipple,
‘sake im’ If the Secretary is not care­
ful his cariosity about tipples will
create a misunderstanding among
his prohibition friends in Iowa.
Father Schell, who has boon try­
ing to start reforms on the Omaha
and Winnebago reservations, was
the victim of a murderous assault
last Thursday at the hand* of Logan
Lambert, a Homer tough. Tho
priest’s eyes were blackened, his
body cut and jaw broken in two
pieces. He was taken to the St.
Joseph's hospital iu Sioux City.
Lambert formerly ran a saloon in
Homer ami was tried and convict­
ed in the Federal court.—Tekanah
Journal.
While a billions attack is decid-
(Jly unpleasant it is quickly over
Chamberlain’« Stomach and
Tablets are «red. For sale
Knowlton.
MRS. M NOSLER. PROP
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C A R R IE S A F U L L LIN E OF
Ladies Furnishing Goods, etc.
Novelties, Fancy Goods
Notions, Nuts, Can-
,
‘
dies and Tropi­
cal Fruits,
F ron t S tre e t,
GoquiiJX-
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