She was employed by the City of Portland, in the Parks and Recreation section. Axtell drove his machine upon the ferry-boat and attempted to pu on the brakes. Had been well know resident of this county for 38 years. The ailment which proved fatal was organic disease of the heart. Ayers was born in Henry county, IL, March 26, 1850 and was therefore in the 65th year of his age at the time of his demise. Ayers, of Santa Clara; [illegible] Marian Ayers, of Oakland; Clarence L. He is also survived by a brother and three sisters, A. Walks and coffee with friends, were a source of comfort and enjoyment for Paige. The brakes did not hold, however, and the car ran across the boat and dived into the river. The river is being dragged for the body of the dead child. Clarence Mortimer Ayers, who has been for the past 38 years a resident of San Jose, and for almost that entire period engaged in active business, passed away Tuesday, September 29, at the home of his sister, Mrs. January 11, 1872 he was united in marriage to Miss Sarah E. Of the union there were born five children, of whom three are living. On the Coquille river transportation was made difficult and dangerous by loose logs. Guy & Dewey Stutsman's barn on south Coos river collapsed last night and Marshall Redell of Myrtle Point lost a horse killed by a falling tree. Arnot, who was injured by a falling limb at a logging camp yesterday, died today at Mercy Hospital. Funeral Services will be held Saturday morning at 11 o'clock a tthe Mills chapel. Logs were running from all directions, and it was believed most of the back district accumulations would come out. Located in Idaho's panhandle, the city of Dalton Gardens offers a peaceful, semi-rural lifestyle while enjoying the convenience of close proximity to services from adjacent larger municipalities.
She is also known for her love of scuba diving, remodeling, and Halloween. He was employed here by the Coos Bay Lumber company. Injury by falling Limb Proves Fatal to Logger Marshfield, Or., Dec 6 (Special) -- The present storm which has continued intermittently for three days, has filled the Coquille river and its tributaries. Anderson Funeral To Be Saturday Saceus "Sig" Anderson, Bay Park, died Wednesday night at Mc Auley hospital in Coos Bay, where he had been a patient since Monday. 22, 1877, he came to Minnesota in 1905 and to Coos Bay in 1907. He was an Irishman, 82 years of age, and though he had two children, one in California and one in Scotland, he bequeathed his property to the wife of a neighbor. On the afternoon of February 25th Andrew Anderson was killed by the premature discharge of a rifle in the hands of Wm. Mary Estes, Empire; 23 grandchildren and several great grandchildren. As the tide was high, the cessel landed high and dry on the spit near Coos Bay. In 1862 he fitted out an expedition for the recovery of treasure lost off the coast of Mexico. He was interested in several other quests for lost treasure. John Barklow, died if intestinal flu at his home here on Tuesday, February 6, 1923. The funeral services were held in the Church of the Brethren on Thursday, Elder Michaels officiating, and interment was made in Norway. There was nothing to determine whether the invalid had committed suicide or had taken the poison by mistake. His assault was on Harry Hawkins, whom he hit over the head and then fatally stabbed on Rogue river, following a quarrel over 50 cents. On one occasion when sent to relieve the garrison at Port Orford, the ship sprung a leak, and the captain, seeing that the ship would sink, made for the shore. Barkdoll was sentenced to life imprisonment in 1937 for a John Day bank robbery. He was in the mines for live years and afterward in the employ of the Pacific Steamship Company. Bates, 77, one of the old pioneers of the Coquille Valley, died at the home of R. "When he entered his wife's room this morning he found her body face downward on the bed, with the poison half-gone from the bottle. Pennington, of Gold Beach, world war veteran, 38 years of age, was brought to the county Jail here on Monday, charged with second degree murder. BODY OF YOUNG HERMANN FOUND IN THE COQUILLE Myrtle Point. who took part in the service were Simeon Miller, E. Kinley Henderson, and one grandson, John Henderson who is flying here from Winter Park, Fla. Survivors include his widow, Esther, a daughter, Mrs. Hillstrom, Robert Hillstrom, William Hillstrom, Fred Osborne, Larry Ipshur and W. Bailey was held this morning at the Dungan undertaking parlors. The active pall bearers were from the Sons of Veterans and the Spanish American War veterans.