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COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1905.
V ol . 22: No. 84
Application made at the post- Circuit Court Proceedings
office at Coquille, Oregon, for trans-
April 1905 Term.
miseion through the mails asseoond
(Continue!' from laat week)
Walter Culin, M. D.
P hysician and S prokon
(J ohuille C it y , O k *.
Kronenberg B ldg.
N ext Door to P. O.
T e le p h o n e 3.
Stanley & Burns,
Beal Estate, Collections.
Specialties—Criminal and ü . 8. Land
Cases, Notaries Publio.
Geo. Russell, M. 0.,
21(51. R H Rosa vs Eliza Boice
and J T Boice, suit to foreclose
lien. J M Upton, atty for pltf
A J Sherwood, atty for defts. Re
port of referee filed.
aud taken under advisement.
2204. J H Guerry ve North Bend
Woolen Mills Co, actiou at law.
Guerry A Hollister, attj s for pltf.
J M Upton, atty for deft.
cluded in decree of Simpson
Lumber Co vs North Bend Wool
en Mill Co.
220(5. John B Anderson vs Coos
Bay Mill it Lumber Co, action at
law. Hall k Hall attys for pltf,
J W Bennett atty for deft. Re
port of assignee confirmed.
Accuses Father of Murder.
Rush of Immigrants
NOTE AN D CO M M EN T
Grants Pass, April 28.— Brooding
over his secret and the fact of the
threats of death should lie ever tell,
for over 16 months, lead Lloyd In
gram, aged 17 years, to tell of the
murder of Wm. Dunlap The mur.
der was committed about the 19th
or 20 o f September, 1903, at the
cabin of the hermit miner and pros
pector on Louse creek, and no clue
was ever gained as to whom com
mitted the crime.
Andrew iDgram and Elsey Dod-
son are in jail here, charged with
the never-solved murder of Win
Dunlap of Louse creek, Jssephine
Dunlap, a hermit placer
miner, was shot to give robber: op
portunity to search his shack unmo
lested for gold supposed to be
In some respects
the killing resembled the murder
of Patrick Dunn on the Crescent
City stage road a few months ago.
Ingram and Dodson, the former
of Crescent City, and the latter of
Grants Pass, were apprehended
through the confession of Lloyd
Ingram, son of Andrew Ingram,
who claims to have been with bis
father and Dodson when they killed
Dunlap, and that he helped to
search the premises for treasure.
Twelve dollars he tells Sheriff Lewis
was all they got in money, apart
from gold dust
The boy, who is
aged 17, says he was afraid his
father would kill him, and so con
New York, May 1.— On 22 steam
ships due to arrive at this port this
week from Great Brituin and the
continent is the highest numbe.* of
immigrants ever scheuled to enter
during such a period of time. The
horde roaches nearly 25,000. At
Ellis Island arrangements have been
made for their prompt handling,
because the detention of any part
would at once tax the facilities of
the emigration station far beyond
The bulletins mmounuing the
complete ruin of the Delawure peach
crop have arrived on time.
Figures for the week that has
just closed were close to 22,000,
showing that rush has been kept up
for a longer period than ever before,
and it is likely that the total immi
gration for the spring will far ex
ceed any previous year.
The Prince of Wales has just had
a boil lanced.
The Prince might
have purer blood if he had kept
It must rejoice? The British tax
payer that Great Britain proposes
to make its navy greater than that
of any other three European powers.
If the Mormons start iu to inves
tigate their Apostle and Revelation
Trust they may have their hands
full without mixing in politics.
It is a lucky girl who finds “ an
SI. 50 P er Y eah
Besides a complete stock
H oi Drugs and Druggist’s Sun-
I dries carries Kodaks and Sup-
I plies, Phyrography outfits and
affinity” worth #20,000,000.
A J. SHERWOOD, P r» .
R. E. SHINE, Vies P r »
l. H. HAZARD, C ith lsr
has bsen the experience of Miss
2201). Henry Carnpe & Co, vs C O
Rose Pastor who is to nuirry Mr.
! Calls promptly answered day or night,
Nearly 22,000 immigrants arrived
Gilkey, action at law. A J Sher
in New York last wast week, and
Phone, main 186.
wood atty ,for pltf.
the number to arrive on steamers
Judgment for $345.92 and costs
That we gravely
C oqu ille,
due this week is 25,000. All pre doubt the sincerity of President
and order of sale of attached
o p C O Q U in iiB , O R H O O fi.
vious records in the immigrant busi Roosevelt’s protestations against
ness have been broken several times race suicide.” (¡Signed) The Bears
2217. Stella Fox and Claud Fox,
T r a n sa c ts a General B anking B u sin e ss
this year, and when the average of Colorado.
her husband, vs Julia Hayes etal,
A. J. Sherwood,
runs up in excess of 3000 per day at
suit in equity. Stanley & Burns
A t to r n e y - a t - L a w ,
We fear Commissioner of Corpo
one port, the effect will, sooner or
Board of Dlreotoro.
attys for pltfs. Default, and ap
N o t a b y P u b l io ,
later, he felt mi industrial conditions rations Garfield made a mistake in R. 0. Dement,
A. J. Sherwood,
National Bank of Commerce, New York City
pointment of guardian ad litem.
L. H. Hazard,
Crocker Woolworth N’l Bank, San Francisco
throughout the country. Women going to Kansas to investigate the
O C Sanfotd appointed for Bird
R .E . Shine. First Nat’l Bank of Portland, Portland, Or.
and children, of course, make up a trusts. He should have gone to
Vowell, minor. Decree of sale by
considerable portion of the crowd New Jersey.
petition and appointment of J. S.
now pouring in’from the Old World,
Lawrence to make sale.
The Czar need not fear that it
A t t o r n e y -A t - L a w ,
but in tlib two weeks “ receipts” men
2228. W II Smith vs E I Braddock,
will injure the prestige of the Rus
N o t a r y P u b l ic ,
tioned th ere were enough able bodi
sian arms to tnako peace. Outside
action at law.
Sperry & Chase
ed men to HU every position vacated
of Russia everyono is familiar with
attys for pltf.
W Sinclair atty
by the strikers in Chicago and leavo
recent events in Manchuria.
for deft. Demurer to complaint.
some to spare fo r other pointH This
Demurrer sustained. Pltf given Rojestvensky W rites Despair
heavy immigration is a more serious
■How shall the masses be reached?
leave to file amended complaint
menace to the cause of labor than asks Secretary Shaw. We can as
A bstracter o r T itles .
by Monday at I p . m.
all of the "Farleys” in the country. sure the Secretary that there is no
OoquiLbS C it y , O r it
St. Petersburg, May 4— Admiral
that he have till April 29. Dis
better way than through the adver
missed on raotiou of pltf without Rojestvensky has written a letter to
tising columns of this paper.
a relative here, which complains thut
Chicago, May 2.—The doath of
Hall & Hall,
one man and the injuy of scores of
2234. John Marsh vs Bandon Oil
President Roosevelt ip taking
A t t o r n e y s - a t - L aw ,
Co, a corporation, action at law. with the material at his command. others were tho immediate result, of
well earned rest. His variety of
E g g s p e r S e t t i n g $ 2 .5 0 .
Dealer in U ral E state o f all kinds.
Sperry k Chase attys for pltf. He says that the lack of discipline today’s fighting between the strik resting is strenuous but it is doubt
ing teamsters aud their sympathizers ful, ami perhaps even more benefic
Demurrer to complaint.) Demur is appalling, and concludes:
M arshfield, Oregon.
“ These are the men and ships with on the one side and the police and
The above named fowls are the best layers
Permitted to file
ial, than a siesta in a hammaek.
I am expected to face the the non-union men on the other.
amonded complaint. Deft given
to the poultry man and mystoch is all prize
It is a There were riots in all parts of the
till 1 o’clock April 25tb.
Jury powerful Japanese fleet.
Major Warner, the new senator,
Ellsworth B. Hall,
taken and stipulated that trial be hopeless enterprise, ' and nothing city. Men were clubbed and stoue- from Missouri, expended just $29.80
Atto rnoy-at-L aw ,
by jury of seven.
Verdict for short of a miracle can save us from ed almost to death wi" ;r a Square for his seat in the upper chamber.
of police headquarters and five miles What a source of sorrow it must be
C oquille ,
*• '■ O regon .
deft for $1.00.
It is said that the government away men were shot down in the
to Gasman Addicks that he doea
2242. Louis Dufuult vs Catherioe
Collections ami Insurance.
stroDgly resents the publication of streets. At a hundred places be
not live in Missou ri.
Dufault, suit for divorce, Hall
k Hall, attys for plft. Order for the letter, and the Ministers have tween these two extremes there
reprimanded Rojestvensky . for his were assaults aud fights iu the
The people of the U nited States
publicatiou of summons.
lack of discretion.
E . D. Sperry.
W . C . Chase.
drink an average of 1.48 gallons of
2243. John Hartley vs H L Under
street, in the heart of the fashion distilled liquor per capita; the peo
wood & J E Underwood, action at
SPERRY & CHASE,
Hold up Bank
able shopping district, ami furious ple of Great Britain 1.38 gallons;
law Sjierry k Chase, attys for plft.
the people of Franco 1.85 gallons
Salem, May 3.— The Bank of riots took place almost in the door
Stanley & Burns attys for Defts.
ways of the leading hotels. Non and the people of Germany 2,11
Demurrer to compluint. Demur
Office in Robinson Bailding,
rer withdrawn and permission of three thousand dollars this after union men were pelted with stones,
C oqu ille,
given to file answer by Monday noon. Two men entered tho front
It may be that these Omaha
9 am . Answer filed. Demurrer door and presenting a pistol, held sortof missiles. They were dragged school boys who struck because of
from thoir wagons, beaten, clubbed
to answer sustained.
Amended up the cashier, Tracy M. Poorman.
the presence of two Japanese boys
E. G. D. Holden,
and stamped upon. .The mobs that
answer to be filed by Tuesday at No one was in the bank but the
at their school had experienced
L àwybr ,
3 o’clock. Demurrer to answer cashier, a son of J. M. Poorman,
some of the surprises of jiu jitsu.
rode were ugly in the extreme, and
ity Beoorder, U. S. Commissioaer, Qen
overruled. Jury taken. Vvedict the banker, his little boy, and Miss
but for the splendid sorvice render
eral tnsuranoe Agent, and Notary
Secretary Loeb has begun to deny
Eddy, a stenographer.
for $281 and costs.
ed by the po ice, the list of dead the wild stories that have gained
Publio. Office in Robin
The robbers were two short men
2253. John H Diers vs Belt Line
would be 20 instead of one.
circulation regarding the Presi
They bad no
Railway Co., a corporation, ac wearing overalls.
dent’s hunting trip.
We fear the
C oqu ille, Oregon.
HO P H 1B T O R
tion at law. J M Blake, atty for coats on, and had handkerchiefs
Grants Pass, Or., May 2— Tho
on a long
Domurrer withdrawn and over their faces, and one of them matter of a railroad from Grants
and tedious undertaking.
Monday at 9 a. m. set as time for wore goggles.
Pass to Crescent City and the sea
Young Poorman thought at first has again been taken up, and recent
filing aoewer. Answer filed. Mo
Senator Platt, of New York,
A. F. Kirshman,
tion for bill of particulars over that it was some of his friends play developments inilicato construction gravely announces that this is the
Special Kali's to Fam ilies and Hotels
D entist .
Motion to make more ing a practical joke on him, but of the line this summer.
Colonel foolish season in politics.
Offioe at Hesidenoe, one blook east o f
deffimte overruled. Given until when one covered him with a gun T. W. Draper, of San Francisco, reports from New York would in-
one o’clock Tuesday to file reply. while the other swept all the cash chief engineer for the California k licate that the Se nator speaks from W o m ake our ow n soap and know its ingredients. N o Injurious chemicals used.
Our baskets will lie left at all the principal points on the river.
Reply filed. Motion for continu in the money trays into a sack, he Oregon Coast Railway Company, experience.
Goods called for and d elivered in O oqu ille C ity.
awoke to the fact that they meant which has completed its final survey
2252. J M Perkins vs Julia Ran- business. They threatened to kill o f the line, has just made a further
From the manner in which the
dlemen et al, suit for injunction any one who made an outcry, and inspection of the proposed route. Daughters of the Revolution man
Stanley & Burns, attys for plfts. had the money anil were gone be Colonel Draper has also secured re age to rautulute parliamentary pro-
Str. D IS P A T C H
A J Sherwood atty for delta. fore any one could see what was go ports on all the mines, also from the ceeilure one is led to suspect tba
Tom White, Master,
The whole j timber belts and agricultural dis- they have all taken lessons in jiu
Demurrer to answer.
Motion to ing on in the bank.
Bandon....... 7 A-M. | Coqullle------ 10 A-M.
dissolve preliminary injunction. town was speedily alarmed and gave : tricts of the region the line will itsu.
Coqullle...... 1 P-M. | Bandon------ 4 p - m .
Order of injunction modified and chase but the men were out of ! treverse, to gain an intelligent idea
Connects at Coquille with train for Marshfield
and steamer E iho for Myrtle Point.
demurres to answer overruled.
of the traffic the road might expect.
Since some of the statesmen book
was carefully The company has secured right of
2254. John Wall vs James H Wall,
Str. F A V O R IT E
ed for Secretary Taft’s junket have
J. U. Moomftw. Master,
way, grounds for sidings and sta heard they will be expected to pay
suit in equity, J W Bennett <fe J planned and boldly executed.
tions, and terminal faci lities in their fare, they have discovered that
M Upton, attys for plft. Answer
Coquille....... 7 A-M. | Bandon.. 10:45 A-M.
Bandon......... I P-M. | UoquUl«. 4 :4 5 P-M.
Cable Powers’ Trial.
Grants Pass and Crescent City, and Nationtl Affairs and the flag in
filed. Motion and demurrer to
C A R R IE S A F U L L LINE OF
answer each overruled. Ten days
Georgetown, Ky., May 1.—The everything is in readiness for actual this hemisphere require their un
Str. ECHO i
allowed pltf to reply and referred celebrated caee of Caleb Powers, construction.
E. .) am os. Master,
to Frances McLeod to take an d
former secretary of state of Ken
Myrtle Point. . . 7 a m . | oquille C’y 9 30 a - m .
E x p otarr
quill« City. . .1 p - m . | Myrtle P t..4 00 p - m .
At s moment when the fate pf
tucky, and thrice sentenced to death
2256. M E Hall vs Eugene O'Con
T o cold draughts of air, to keen N ations is depending on a Titauic
Daily except Sunday.__________
nell et al, suit in equity, Coko k for the murder of Oovernor Goebel,
and cutting winds, sudden changes Naval struggle in another hemi
Seabrook, attys for plft.
De. on December 3, 1902, came up for
W. n . Pan ter, Master.
murrer to complaint.
Domurrer hearing"in the district court ‘ here ° f ‘ he temperature, scanty clothing, sphere we are impressed with the
Do today, and the fourth trial will pro-1 undue exP°«ure of the throat and
- J loveliness of pence and also with
Myrtle Point 1:30 P-*. I < 'oquüle C’y 1:00 P-M.
murrer to answer file I .
Cnqnllle City 7:00 a - m . I Myrtle P't 10:00 A-M.
neck after public speaking and the power of iron clads. Let us
ceed without delay.
Connects with lower-river boats at Coqnille
singing, bring on coughs and cold not neglect the one or the other.
2257. E B Seabrook vs Coos Bay
» .# « ■
City for Bandon and intermédiare points.
Ice k Cold Storage Co. action
Ample barges for handling f r e i g h t . ____
Ballard’s Horehound Syrup
Have you seen the Lewis and
at law, Coke k Seabrook, attys
Sewing Machine Kepairing
best cure. Mrs. A. Barr, Htfus
It must make the Czar green with
Motion t<> strike out Clark souvenirs at Mrs. Nosler’s?
David Pulton, o f this city, ia an expert
ton, Texas writes, Jan. 31, 1902 envy to read of a chief execu- j
part of complaint. First ground
d e a d e r and repairer, and anyone in
overruled; second ground sus Kerr will make contracts and cash “ One bottle of Ballard's Horehound live who leave his Secretary ol State
need o f his services will do well to call
Syrup cured me of a very bad in charge and retire into the wilder
tained; third ground overruled. advances for your wool.
at his residence o r d ro p him a card.
Demurrer to complaint
It is very pleasant to take ness for a genuine bear bunt. The 1
Pavid Fulton, of this c ity , will take cough.
murer overruled. Answer to be orders for head sion es, m onum ents and For sale by R. S. Rnowlton.
Cznr knows now what a hear hunt
Jury all kinds of cem etery work for the Oooe
A Rood home hi tiii' eiiv, <»n| filed by Tuesday 9 a. m
is, hut he does not know tho joys of
Verdict fo" deft
aiv t e r m s :
beiug the huntsman.
(Continued on secon I page;
Enquire at this office.
PHYSICIAN ANT) SlISOBoN,
Office in RUSSELL PHARMACY.
F IR S T N A T IO N A L B A N K
Hens, Prize Winners.
Eggs per Setting, $2.50.
W hite Faced Black Spanish
J. A. \TVj*er, Coqtiillo, Oregon. ■
o q u il l e
S. M. NOSLER,
Best of Work
COQUILLE RIVER STEAMBOAT CO.
The New Store,
MUS. M. NOSLER, PROP
Ladies Furnishing Goods, etc.
S tr. W ELCO M E
Novelties, Fancy Goods
Notions, Nuts, Can
dies and Tropi